One of the many issues confronting post – apartheid South Africa is that the cultural expression of its citizens was severely limited by the policies of the previous regime. In building a new, democratic nation, many social, political and economical problems still need to be solved before a new sense of the nationhood can develop.This volume is a fist step in rewriting the cultural history of the country, towards a more unified Cultural and historic vision, which it so sorely needs at present.
Neville Alexander, Jane Duncan, Rehana Ebr-Vally, Mark Fishman, Franco Frescura, Kathleen Heugh, Angela Impey, Ian Liebenberg, Ntongela Masilela, Kenneth Parker, Arnold Shepperson, Ari Sitas, Johannes Smit, Ruth Teer-Tomasell, Keyan Tomasell, Johan van Wyk, Zoe Wicomb and Abebe Zegeye.
Publishers: Kwela book and SAHO
Edited: Robert Kriger & Adebe Zegeye
Soft cover: ISBN 0-7957-0134-9