The Pondo revolt

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South African Congress of Democrats , [Johannesburg
South Africa -- Race relations, Pondoland (South Africa) -- Politics and gover

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South Africa, Pondoland (South Af

StatementBen Turok.
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LC ClassificationsDT846.P6 T87 1960
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Pagination16 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1137027M
LC Control Number94104581
OCLC/WorldCa18067384

Rural resistance in South Africa: the Mpondo revolts after fifty years, ed. by Thembela Kepe and Lungisile Ntsebeza. Brill, p bibl index afp (Afrika-Studiecemtrum series, 22).

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Resistance in the countryside: the Mpondo revolts contextualized / Lungisile Ntsebeza --Reading and The Pondo revolt book the Mpondo revolts / Jimmy Pieterse --Govan Mbeki's The peasant's revolt: a critical examination / Allison Drew --The Mpondo revolt through the eyes of Leornard Mdingi and Anderson.

The Mpondo Revolt (–) was the result of the resistance of the Mpondo people against the implementation of the Bantu Authorities Act, part of the apartheid legislation. Under the Apartheid ideology, separate development of the various ethnic groups of South Africa was proposed and part of that was to segregate black Africans into.

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The implementation of Apartheid legislation in the form of the Bantu Authorities Act led to the Pondo Revolt in After the quelling of the revolt Pondoland was made part of the Transkei homeland inwhich in turn became a nominally-independent bantustan in Finally the region, along with the other areas that were part of Country: South Africa.

Similar struggles against the Bantu Authorities Act were fought in the Transkei, where the resistance of the peasants culminated in the Pondo revolt which broke into the open early in At first the government pretended that nothing untoward was happening in Pondoland. But soon it became clear that a minor war was in progress.

– The Pondo Revolt took place in toagainst the Bantu Authorities Act. This act revolved Apartheid ideology that proposed the segregation and transfer of original “blacks” to Author: Andile Smith. () Environmen tal origins of the Pondo Revolt, in: S. Dov ers, R. Edgecombe and B. Guest (eds.) South A frica’ s en vironmental h istory: Cases and comparis ons, David Philip: Cape T own Author: Jimmy Pieterse.

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The implementation of Apartheid legislation in the form of the Bantu Authorities Act led to the Pondo Revolt in After the quelling of the revolt Pondoland was made part of the Transkei homeland inwhich in turn became a nominally-independent bantustan in Finally the region, along with the other areas that were part of.

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Pondoland stretches between the Mthatha River, whose mouth is its southernmost point, and the Mtamvuna River in the north along a coastal strip that is a maximum of 50 km wide.

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Shao Bin is a downtrodden worker at the Harvest Fertilizer Plant by day and an aspiring artist by night/5(39). The Pondoland revolt took place in the Eastern Transkei in the late s and early s. The Pondo people revolted against the Bantu Authorities’ new system as described in the Bantu Authorities Act ofwhich intended to place certain categories of administration in the hands of the ‘Blacks’ while retaining the decisive authority.

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This was about 70% of all the recorded Pondo's in the USA. Mississippi had the highest population of. Similar struggles against the Bantu Authorities Act were fought in the Transkei, where the resistance of the peasants culminated in the Pondo revolt which broke into the open early in At first the government pretended that nothing untoward was happening in Pondoland.

But soon it became clear that a minor war was in : Pan-African News Wire. At Malungelo had played an active role in the Pondo Revolt of the late ’50s and early ’60s, when peasants throughout Pondoland pushed back against the apartheid state and their own co-opted chiefs.

At the core of the revolt was the Bantu Authorities Act, which had created the legislative basis for ethnic self-government and the. Finally Pondoland as well became a British protectorate and in the Pondos were forced to accept the annexation of their own region to the Cape Colony.

The implementation of Apartheid legislation in the form of the Bantu Authorities Act led to the Pondo Revolt in Pondo synonyms, Pondo pronunciation, Pondo translation, English dictionary definition of Pondo.

n pl -do or -dos 1. a member of a Negroid people of southern Africa, living chiefly in Pondoland 2. the language of this people, belonging to the Bantu. A place where the ancestors are worshipped and traditions are kept. One of the most unique places you will ever visit!

So what are you waiting for?The “Wild Coast”, an alternative name for the coastal Pondoland (Eastern Cape, South Africa), is one of the focal points of strong eco-frontier dynamics, like scenic landscape tourism and.

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