THE ROAD TO DEMOCRACY IN SOUTH AFRICA, volume 9, the power and authority of African women in southern Africa and in the African diaspora during 'precolonial' and colonial times

: South African Democracy Education Trust

R 395.00
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412pp., illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2021

Contributions include:

"Using oral traditions and izaga/ proverbs  to unpack the gender oppression theory on 'pre-colonial' history in south-eastern Africa" by Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu

"Women and political and ritual leadership in Africa since 1800: The Modjadji Rain Queen of Bolobedu" by Sekibakiba Lekgoathu

"Warrior Queen Mmanthatisi of the Batlokoa in pre-colonial southern Africa: A reappraisal of her power, dominance and leadership qualities" by Chitja Twalai

"Queen Mother Labotsibeni Gwamile Mdluli and the shifting power roles on Swazi power relations in colonial times" by Manelisi Genge

"Queen Regent Sutu: Women and the anti-colonial struggle for land and independence" by Nomathamsanqa Tisani.