AFRICA


July  2002
Compiled by Joan T. Phillips, Bibliographer
Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL


South Africa-Natural Resources
South Africa-Politics and Government

South Africa - Natural Resources


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Periodicals

Ferreira, I. W. and Lloyd, H. R. Developmental Issues: Environmental Policy. Africa Insight 32:20-24 March 2002.
"Environmental management must be made an integral part of business strategy in South Africa."

Johnson, Dan. Wetlands: Going, Going...Gone? Futurist 35:6 September-October 2001.
"Water disruptions in South Africa led to extreme flooding in neighboring Mozambique in 2000."

O'Reilly, Suzanne Y. Journey Beneath Southern Africa. Nature 412:777 August 23, 2001.
"Seismic analysis of the lithosphere, undertaken as part of the Kaapvaal project, provide an unprecedented view of cratons-the earliest parts of continental land masses."

Smith, Charlene. Controversial Legislation. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:31 July 2002.
"South African government's attempt to open up its mining industry to all and sundry through a new bill pits it against very powerful business groups."

Tewari, D. D. Sustainability of Commercial Forestry in a Changing Socioeconomic and Legal Environment: A Case Study of South Africa. Africa Today 48:50-74 Spring 2001.


South Africa - Politics and Government 


 Internet Resources

Political Resources on the Net: Africa.
Available online at: http://www.politicalresources.net/africa.htm
Provides political information about each African country.

Books

Asante, Molefi Kete. Scream of Blood: Desettlerism in Southern Africa. Princeton, NJ, Sungai, 1998. 89 p.
Book call no.: 968 S798s

Beinart, William. Twentieth-Century South Africa. New York, Oxford University Press, 2001. 414 p.
Book call no.: 968.04 B422t

Beyond Racism: Race and Inequality in Brazil, South Africa, and the United States, edited by Charles V. Hamilton and others. Boulder, CO, Lynne Reinner Publishers, 2001. 629 p.
Book call no.: 305.8 B573

Death Squads in Global Perspective: Murder with Deniability, edited by Bruce P. Campbell and Arthur D. Brenner. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 364 p.
Rise and Fall of Apartheid's Death Squads, 1969-93, pp 229-259.
Book call no.: 303.625 D285

Election '99: South Africa from Mandela to Mbeki, edited by Andrew Reynolds. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1999. 218 p.
Book call no.: 324.968 E38 1999

Harvey, Robert. Fall of Apartheid: The Inside Story from Smuts to Mbeki. New York, Palgrave, 2001. 257 p.
Book call no.: 968.06 H342f

Horwitz, Robert B. Communication and Democratic Reform in South Africa. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2001. 409 p.
Book call no.: 302.2 H824c

Journeys Through Conflict: Narratives and Lessons, edited by Hayward R. Alker and others. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2001. 462 p.
Comparative Analysis of Conflict Resolution in Angola and South Africa by Vasu Gounden and Hussein Solomon, pp 179-195.
Book call no.: 327.17 J86

Migrants, Citizens and the State in Southern Africa, edited by Jim Whitman. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 286 p.
Book call no.: 304.868 M636

Rake, Allen. African Leaders: Guiding the New Millennium. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2001. 261 p.
South Africa: Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki, pp 211-216.
Book call no.: 920.06 R162a

Salih, M. A. Mohamed. African Democracies and African Politics. Sterling, VA, Pluto Press, 2001. 234 p. (Human Security in the Global Economy)
Southern Africa Democracies and South Africa's Resilience, pp 149-170.
Book call no.: 320.96 S165a

Periodicals

Akpata-Ohohe, Bunmi. South Africa: Madikizela-Mandela to Stand Trial. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:7 December 2001.

Baker, Bruce. Living with Non-State Policing in South Africa: The Issues and Dilemmas. Journal of Modern African Studies 40:29-53 March 2002.

Biowarfare Chief Acquitted. New Scientist 174:7 April 20, 2002.
"The head of South Africa's secret chemical and biological weapons programme during the apartheid era has been acquitted on 46 charges of fraud, assault, and murder."

Boateng, Osei. Did This Man 'Kill Blacks Big Time'? New African No.401:16-22 November 2001.
Special report on the trial of Dr. Wouter Basson.

Bridgeman, Martha. Parliament, Foreign Policy and Civil Society in South Africa. South African Journal of International Affairs 9:69-74 Summer 2002.

Carmody, Padraig. Between Globalisation and (Post) Apartheid: The Political Economy of Restructuring in South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies 28:255-275 June 2002.

Carter, Michael R. and May, Julian. One Kind of Freedom: Poverty Dynamics in Post-Apartheid South Africa. World Development 29:1987-2006 December 2001.

Coleman, Sarah. Controversy over HIV/AIDS. World Press Review 49:29 June 2002.

Comaroff, Jean and Comaroff, John L. Naturing the Nation: Aliens, Apocalypse and Postcolonial State. Journal of Southern African Studies 27:627-651 September 2001.

Commey, Pusch. Basson's Fancy Footwork Enchants Court. New African No.403:14 January 2002.
Reports on the trial of Dr. Wouter Basson.

Commey, Pusch. 'Dr. Death' Walks Free. New African No.407:10-11 May 2002.
Dr. Basson found not guilty of all charges.

Commey, Pusch. Mbeki Silences His Critics. New African No.405:12 March 2002.
President Mbeki's state of the nation address.

Commey, Pusch. Opposition in Messy Scandal. New African No.409:14-15 July-August 2002.
The Democratic Alliance, the opposition party, is involved in a scandal.

Commey, Pusch. South Africa: 'Dr Death' Feels the Heat. New African No.406:28 April 2002.
Dr. Wouter Basson's trial continues.

Commey, Pusch. Who Can Rescue Winnie? New African No.402:16 December 2001.
Legal problems for Winnie Mandela.

Commey, Pusch and Boateng, Osei. Last Witnesses. New African No.401:29-33 November 2001.
"A selection of the last witnesses and excerpts of what they said" in the trial against Dr. Wouter Basson.

Cornelissen, Scarlet and Horstmeier, Steffen. Social and Political Construction of Identities in the New South Africa: An Analysis of the Western Cape Providence. Journal of Modern African Studies 40:55-82 March 2002.

Creeping Back into Bed. Economist 361:45 December 1, 2001.
"The party that ruled in apartheid days rejoins the government."

Crush, Jonathan and McDonald, David A. Introduction to Special Issue: Evaluating South African Immigration Policy after Apartheid. Africa Today 48:1-13 Fall 2001.

Crush, Jonathan and Tshitereke, Clarence. Contesting Migrancy: The Foreign Labor Debate in Post-1994 South Africa. Africa Today 48:49-70 Fall 2001.

Danso, Ransford and McDonald, David A. Writing Xenophobia: Immigration and the Print Media in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Africa Today 48:115-137 Fall 2001.

Divided We Stand. Economist 360:46 October 27, 2001.
"The political opposition looks like its falling apart."

Dlamini-Zuma, Nkosazana. SA Foreign Minister's Address. South African Journal of International Affairs 8:21-26 Winter 2001.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, South African Minister of foreign affairs, gave this address at the South African Institute of International Affairs on January 30, 2001.

Dodson, Belinda. Discrimination by Default? Gender Concerns in South African Migration Policy. Africa Today 48:73-89 Fall 2001.

Don't Confront, Co-Opt. Africa Confidential 42:3 November 9, 2001.
Former President de Klerk's problems for the ANC.

Former Weapons Chief Walks Free after Marathon Trial. Nature 416:670 April 18, 2002.
"Wouter Basson, the former head of South Africa's chemical-weapons programme, was acquitted last week after a 30-month trial on 46 charges."

Gibson, James L. Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation: Judging the Fairness of Amnesty in South Africa. American Journal of Political Science 46:540-556 July 2002.

Gunning for Profit. Economist 361:45 November 25, 2001.
"A Controversial arms deal could be a money-spinner."

Handmaker, Jeff. No Easy Walk: Advancing Refugee Protection in South Africa. Africa Today 48:91-113 Fall 2001.

Joy, Confined. Economist 362:41 February 9, 2002.
"Thabo Mbeki of the state of his nation."

Judson, Fred. Dynamics of Transition Governance in South Africa: Voices from Mpumalanga Province. Africa Today 48:58-79 Summer 2001.

Kenny, Andrew. Black People Aren't Animals: But That's How Liberals Treat Them. Spectator 287:12-13 December 29, 2001.
Commentary on politics in South Africa.

Klaaren, Jonathan and Ramji, Jaya. Inside Illegally: Migration Policing in South Africa after Apartheid. Africa Today 48:35-47 Fall 2001.

Lanegran, Kimberly. South Africa's 1999 Election: Consolidating the Dominant Party System. Africa Today 48:80-102 Summer 2001.

Leon, Tony. Economic Diplomacy and Political Leadership: An Alternative Foreign Policy Vision for South Africa. South African Journal of International Affairs 8:27-34 Winter 2001.
Speech given by Tony Leon, the leader of the Democratic Alliance, at the South African Institute of International Affairs on March 15, 2001.

Lieberfeld, Daniel. Evaluating the Contributions of Track-Two Diplomacy to Conflict Termination in South Africa, 1984-90. Journal of Peace Research 39:355-372 May 2002.

Lieberman, Evan S. National Political Community and the Politics of Income Taxation in Brazil and South Africa in the 20th-Century. Politics & Society 29:515-555 December 2001.

Mattes, Robert. South Africa: Democracy Without the People? Journal of Democracy 13:22-36 January 2002.

Moore, David. Neoliberal Globalisation and the Triple Crisis of 'Modernisation' in Africa: Zimbabwe, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa. Third World Quarterly 22:909-929 December 2001.

Nattrass, Nicoli and Seekings, Jeremy. Democracy and Distribution in Highly Unequal Economies: The Case of South Africa. Journal of Modern African Studies 39:471-498 September 2001.

Not Quite so Squeaky Clean. Economist 360:50 October 20, 2001.
"Politicians, businessmen and civil servants are caught in dubious deals."

Oucho, John O. and Crush, Jonathan. Contra Free Movement: South Africa and the SACD Migration Protocols. Africa Today 48:139-158 Fall 2001.

Peberdy, Ally. Imagining Immigration: Inclusive Identities and Exclusive Policies in Post-1994 South Africa. Africa Today 48:15-32 Fall 2001.

Should a Mayor Be Required to Have an Undergraduate Degree? Chronicle of Higher Education 48:A40 January 1, 2001.

Smith, Charlene. Arms and the Men. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:16-17 November 2001.
Investigates corruption in arms deals in South Africa.

Smith, Charlene. Controversial Legislation. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:31 July 2002.
"South African government's attempt to open up its mining industry to all and sundry through a new bill pits it against very powerful business groups."

Smithey, Shannon I. Tool, Not a Master: The Use of Foreign Case Law in Canada and South Africa. Comparative Political Studies 34:1188-1211 December 2001.

Soderbaum, Fredrik and Taylor, Ian. Transmission Belt for Transnational Capital or Facilitator for Development? Problematising the Role of the State in the Maputo Development Corridor. Journal of Modern African Studies 39:675-695 December 2001.

Solomon, Hussein. Illegal Immigration into South Africa: What Policy Options? Africa Insight 31:20-28 December 2001.

South Africa: Buthelezi Replays History. Africa Confidential 43:6-7 July 26,2002.
"The Zulu leader and some tough friends threaten to open Natal's wounds."

South Africa: Dicing with Death. Africa Confidential 42:7 December 21, 2001.
Discusses the trial of Dr. Wouter Basson, also known as Dr. Death.

South Africa: End of an Alliance. Africa Confidential 43:1-2 June 28, 2002.
"Squabbles and scandals are now destroying the only opposition which really mattered."

South Africa II: Mbeki's Front Line. Africa Confidential 43:3-4 May 17, 2002.
"In a year of international negotiations and party elections, Mbeki will need loyal friends."

South Africa: Short-Pants to No-Pants. Africa Confidential 42:3-4 November 9, 2001.
"The former apartheid party negotiates its way to obscurity."

South Africa: Watch on the Spooks. Africa Confidential 43:3-4 February 8, 2002.
The executive branch of government is assuming more power including usurping oversight of intelligence.

South Africa: Will the Real Thabo Mbeki Stand up? Africa Confidential 43:1-2 May 17, 2002.
"Ahead of a hectic six months of hosting world leaders and trying to write trade concessions from them, Mbeki changes course."

Southern Africa: Leaders Who Retire, Leaders Who Won't. Africa Confidential 43:1-4 January 11, 2002.
"As President Mugabe tightens his grip on power, other African heads of state announce they intend to retire gracefully."

Standley, Elizabeth. Evaluating the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Journal of Modern African Studies 39:525-546 September 2001.

Tepperman, Jonathan D. Truth and Consequences. Foreign Affairs 81:129-145 March/April 2002.
Includes a discussion on truth commissions including those in South Africa and Sierra Leone.

Thabo's Watching. Economist 362:41 March 30, 2002.
Discusses President Mbeki's interest in supply services.

University of Wiwatersrand's Medical School and Four Teaching Hospitals in Johannesburg Have Criticized What They Called the South African Government's Inaction in Response to the AIDS Epidemic. Chronicle of Higher Education 48:A42 December 14, 2001.

Want Them, Throw Them out. Economist 363:43 June 8, 2002.
Suggests that a new immigration policy will not solve labor shortages in South Africa.

Wood, Elisabeth J. Insurgent Path to Democracy: Popular Mobilization, Economic Interests, and Regime Transition in South Africa and El Salvador. Comparative Political Studies 34:862-888 October 2001..


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