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The Farce of Homeland Independence: Kwa-Ndebele, the Untold Story

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This article analyzes the events leading to the aborted attempt to enforce "independence" on Kwa-Ndebele, a small area not far from Pretoria. These events are related to the youthled revolt shaking South Africa after 1976, also emphasizing aspects relating to similar issues involved in independence in other homelands. By doing this, this study not only contributes to establishing the high priority that should be given to development of former homeland areas, but also provides guidelines regarding how such development should take place.


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