STUDENTS MUST RISE, youth struggle in South Africa before and after Soweto '76

: Heffernan (A.) & Nieftagodien (N.) eds.

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193pp., map, illus., paperback, Reprint, Johannesburg, (2016) 2017


Contributions include:

"Youth and student culture: Riding resistance and Imagining the future" by Bhekizizwe Peterson

"Student organisation in Lehurutshe and the impact of Ongkopotse Abram Tiro" by Arianna Lissoni

"The University of the North, a regional and national centre of activism" by Anne Heffernan

"SASO and Black Consciousness, and the shift to Congress politics" by Saleem Badat

"My journey, our journey: Activism at Ongoye University" by Makhosazana Xaba

“Let’s begin to participate fully now in politics”: Student politics, Mhluzi Township, 1970s by Tshepo Moloi

"‘They would remind you of 1960’: The emergence of radical student politics in the Vaal triangle 1972–1985" by Franziska Rueedi

"The ends of boycott" by Premesh Lalu"

Fighting for “our little freedoms”: The evolution of student and youth politics in Phomolong Township, Free State" by Phindile Kunene

"Contemporary student politics in South Africa: The rise of the black-led student movements #RhodesMustFall and #FeesMustFall in 2015" by Leigh-Ann Naidoo

Anne Heffernan is a post-doctoral researcher in the History Workshop at Wits.

Noor Nieftagodien is the South African Research Chair in Local Histories, Present Realities, and Head of the History Workshop at Wits. With Philip Bonner he has published books on the history of Alexandra and Kathorus, and with Sally Gaule he published a history of Orlando West.