BOOKS

 

Olver, C. (2017) How to Steal a City: The Battle for Nelson Mandela Bay. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball.

Ledger, T. (2017) An Empty Plate: Why We Are Losing the Battle for Our Food System, Why It Matters, and How We Can Win It Back. Johannesburg: Jacana Media.

 

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

 

2018

Buthelezi, M. and D. Skosana (2018) ‘The Salience of Chiefs In Post-Apartheid South Africa: Reflections on the Nhlapo Commission’, in Comaroff, J. and Comaroff, J. (eds) The Politics of Custom in Africa, pp. 100–35. Chicago, IL; London: University of Chicago Press.

Chipkin, I. (2018) ‘The End of Tyranny: How Civil Society in South Africa Fought Back’, in C. Rodríguez-Garavito and K. Gomez (eds) Rising to the Populist Challenge. A New Playbook for Human Rights Actors, pp. 101–12. Bogotá: Dejusticia.

 

 

2017

Chipkin, I. (2017) ‘Corruption’s Other Scene: The Politics of Corruption in South Africa’, in J. Murphy and N. Jammulamadaka (eds) Governance, Resistance and the Post-Colonial State: Management and State Building (Routledge Studies in Management and State Building), pp. 21–44. Abingdon and New York: Routledge.

Phadi, M. and C. Cerruti (2017) ‘Multipos signifocados de classe media em soweto, Africa do Sul’, in J. Gonsalves (ed.) África No Mundo Contemporâneo: Estruturas e Relações, pp. 135–64. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Garamond.

Ndlovu, H.P. (2017) ‘A Journey Through Wits Fees Must Fall 2015/16’, in Chinguno et. al. (eds) Rioting and Writing: Diaries of the Wits Fallists, pp. 30–38. Johannesburg: SWOP.

Nqaba, P. (2017) ‘NGOs and the depoliticisation of development: the Case of GADRA Education in Grahamstown’, in S. Matthews (ed.) NGOs and social justice in South Africa and beyond. Pietermaritzburg, South Africa: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press (Thinking Africa Series).

 

2016

Buthelezi, M. (2016) ‘We need new names too’, in C. Hamilton and N. Leibhammer (eds) Tribing and untribing the archive: identity and the material record in Southern KwaZulu-Natal in the late independent and colonial periods, pp. 587–99. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.

Duca, F. (2016) ‘The Elite in the City: Spaces and Structures of Inequality in Johannesburg’, in A. Machin and N. Stehr (eds) Understanding Inequality: Social Costs and Benefits, pp. 403–18. Wiesbaden: Springer.

Phadi, M. and N. Pakade (2016) ‘The Native Informant Speaks Back to the Offer of Friendship in White Academia’, in S. Walsh and J. Soske (eds) Ties that bind: race and the politics of friendship in South Africa. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

Soares Guimarães, A. (2016) ‘Pluralismo, integração social e cidadania na Bolívia contemporânea’, in C.M.C. Filho and J.P.S.L. Viana (eds) A Bolívia no Século XXI: Estado Plurinacional, Mudança de Elites e (Pluri)Nacionalismo, pp. 255–76. Curitiba: Appris Editora.

 

2015

Duca, F. (2015) ‘Gating in urban Johannesburg: digging inside the social and political systems of a golf estate and an open suburb’, in S. Bagaeen and O. Uduku (eds) Beyond Gated Communities. Oxon: Routledge.

Ndlovu, S. (2015) ‘State fragility as state incapacity: The case of post-apartheid South Africa’ in P. Chanie and D. Olowu (eds) State Fragility in Eastern and Southern Africa: Drivers, nature, extent and capacity building efforts. New York: Springer.

Soares Guimarães, A. (2015) ‘The Luso-Brazilian Enlightenment: between reform and revolution’, in P. Wagner (ed.) African, American and European Trajectories of Modernity Past Oppression, Future Justice? Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

 

2013

Meny-Gibert, S. and B. Russell (2013) ‘South Africa’s School-Going Culture?’, in S. Motala, V. Dieltiens and Y. Sayed (eds) Finding Place and Keeping Pace, pp. 1–9. Pretoria: HSRC Press.