THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA AND THE SOVIET UNION, fractured solidarity between the African Nationalist Movement, the Trade Union Movement, the Communist International and the Communist Party of South Africa, 1910-1961, foreword by Thabo Mbeki

: Ndlovu (S.M.)

R 460.00
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309pp., illus., hardback, (Johannesburg), 2020


This history of the Communist Party of South Africa focuses on its alliance and strategic relationship with the trade union movement, the African National Congress and the Moscow-based Third Communist International.

Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu is Professor of History at the University of South Africa (UNISA) and Executive Director at the South African Democracy Education Trust. His books include The Soweto Uprisings: counter-memories of June 1976 and King Dingane ka Senzangakhona: the second monarch of the Zulu Kingdom. He co-authored Public History and Culture in South Africa: memorialisation and liberation heritage sites in Johannesburg and the township space and is editor-in-chief of the multi-volume series, The Road to Democracy in South Africa.