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Research outputs: ETHNICITY
2009 Race, ethnicity and the politics of positioning: the making of coloured identity in colonial Zimbabwe, 1890-1980
This chapter examines the growth of a distinct coloured group consciousness in Zimbabwe. The history of this group has not only been margin...
This paper argues that the ANC has historically followed a moderate route - embracing tradition, whilst denouncing tribalism. Yet, this did...
In spite of its rare entry into both official and public discourses about contemporary Zimbabwe, ethnicity, alongside race, has continued to...