100, 2019. Table of Contents


Transformation 100
Lindy Stiebel, Rachel Matteau Matsha and Kira Erwin


Migrancy, war and belonging: the cultural politics of African
nationalism at Marikana
Leslie J Bank

South Africa’s ‘Black Swan’: the AIDS epidemic
Alan Whiteside

The Durban Moment: turning temporary worker action into a
permanent democratic trade union movement … and then …?
Johann Maree

Beyond race or class: the politics of identity and inequality
Steven Friedman

Building a future on toxic legacies? Whiteness and violent
iconographies: the apartheid flag and ‘Die Stem’
Antje Schuhmann and Ashleigh Lopez

After revisionist Marxism: reanimating the critique of capitalism
in South African studies
Bernard Dubbeld

Dam state capture: its cascading effect on the Department of
Water and Sanitation
Mary Galvin and Saul Roux


The higher education decolonisation project: negotiating
cognitive dissonance
Suriamurthee Moonsamy Maistry

Beyond the cacophony of the immediate and towards a preferable
future: transformation of urban ‘planning’ in Africa
Paul Jenkins and Garth Klein


Adam Habib (2019) Rebels and Rage – reflecting on FeesMustFall
Reviewed by Robert Morrell.

Melissa Hackman (2018) Desire Work: ex-gay and Pentecostal
masculinity in South Africa
Reviewed by Siphiwe Dube.

Femke Brandt and Grasian Mkodzongi (eds) (2018) Land Reform
Revisited: democracy, state making and agrarian transformation
in post-apartheid South Africa.
Reviewed by Mzingaye Brilliant Xaba.

Ivor Chipkin et al (eds) (2018) Shadow State: the politics of State
Capture and Pieter-Louis Myburgh (2019) Gangster State:
unveiling Ace Magashule’s Web of Capture.
Reviewed by Bill Freund.

Notes on Contributors