Contents and Contributors

Contents Volume 9 Number 4 1991, Comment ,A. W. Oliphant, B. Schreiner, P. Weinberg, M. Krouse. Stories: Crossing Borders Without Leaving, Keorapetse Kgositsile; Mysterious Independence, Enoch A. Monkwe; Till We Meet, Mavis Smallberg; In the Shacks of Inanda, Gladman Mvukuzane Ngubo. Essays: The West End Becoming, David Goldblatt; The Renewal of South African Literature, Andries Walter Oliphant; A Freedom Charter For South African Artists, Albie Sachs; Contemporary Mural Art: Urban Dislocation and Indifference, Annette Loubser; Movies and Monopolies: The Distribution of Cinema in South Africa,  Jeremy Nathan; Dance in Search of Commonality, Jay Pather; Documentary Photography: Past, Present and Future, Paul Weinberg; Community-based Cultural Education in the Nineties: Problems and Possibilities, Mike van Graan; Strange Business: The Independent Music Culture in South Africa, Warrick Sony. Interview: Developing An Indigenous Music Culture, Barbara Schreiner. Poetry: Linda Kude Kube-Sebusuku, Thembile Pepeteka; Three Poems, Keorapetse Kgositsile; Promised Land, Kelwyn Sole; Homecoming, Bala Mudaly; Ornament, Martin Jacklin; Two Poems, Modikwe Dikobe; In the Water, Lauren Gower; Two Poems, Zakes Mda Mask, Alan Thwaite; Stonehill: Indraai, Amanda Kruger; Two Poems, Senzo Malinga; Four Poems, Karen Press; Peace, Max Gebhardt; We Always Sit, Stan Ndongeni, Funereal, Rustum Kozaim; Untitled, Roshila Nair; In Bain's Kloof, Alan James; Exhaustion, M.G. Solomon; Two Poems, Cheryl Irene; The Shadows, Luvuyo Nontenja; Two Portraits of Love, Eddy T. Maloka; Two Poems, Bongani Ndlovu; anti-thesis: Song of Innocence, Mark Anderson; Sleeping In Church ,Benjamin Molefi; Two Poems, Cecil Prinsloo; Apartheid Mechanics, Kaizer Funda Ngaki; Reflections of an Old Worker, Or The Ballade of the Power Over My Body,  Gladys Thomas; An Icon of Bones, Carsten Knock; Good Morning South Africa, Peter Horn;  Mukorob: I and Eye, Volker Roder; The Calabash, M. R. Hendrikse;  Eve Curfew at Crossroads, Albert Frank May; Two Poems, Lisa Combrinck; Hegemony of Love, Abduragheim Johnstone; E-Makhabeleni, Henry Zondi; Three Poems, Frank Meintjies; Revolution, Damian Shaw; Tell the Truth, Kassinga Kena; Father's Treasure, Charles Ndaba. Reviews: An Important and Imaginative Anthology, Isobel Hofmeyr; Throwing Stones: The Theory and Practice of Feminist Anthologies, Marcia Levison; Contradictions and Inequalities, Anette Horn; Posters and People's Struggles, Matthew Krouse. Letter: Those Circumcision Photos: Arrogance or Ignorance?, Tom O 'Neill. Photographs: The West End Becoming, David Goldblatt; Video Distributors, Giulio Biccari; Some South African Exiles, Jeeva Rajgopaul; Mr. Mac and the Genuines, Lloyd Ross; The Mahotella Queens, Rafs Mayet; Two Photos, Steve Hilton-Barber; Portraits of South African Women — Gisele Wulfsohn; Rashid Lanie, Andrew Lord. STAFFRIDER EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE: General Editor: Andries Walter Oliphant REGIONAL EDITORS AND DISTRIBUTORS: Transvaal: Lance Nawa, Steve Kromberg, Frank Meintjies Natal: Ari Sitas, Pearl Jean Gorrie, Jabu Mkhize. Western Cape: Hein Willemse, Mario Pissarra, Donald Parenzee, Coraleah Marais. Free State: Cingani Phaku, Patrick Nyezi, Grant Tsimatsima Eastern Cape: Susie Mabie, Michael Barry EDITORIAL ADVISORS: Njabulo Ndebele, Nadine Gordimer, Mongane Serote, Kelwyn Sole, Paul Weinberg, Gary Rathbone, Achmat Dangor, Christopher van Wyk, Gcina Mhlophe, David Koloane, Nise Malange, Luli Callinicos. Typesetting, Design and Layout: Shereen Usdin. Illustrator and Artist: Andrew Lord. Marketing and Distribution: Matthew Krouse Printed by Creda Press Repro by Industrial Graphics Staffrider Vol. 9 No. 4 1991 Paintings and Graphics: