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A Taste Of South Africa With The Kosher Butcher S Wife

Author : Sharon Lurie
ISBN : 9781432310004
Genre : Cooking
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After highly successful outings with her first two books, Sharon Lurie, aka the Kosher Butcher’s Wife, decided that it was time to make it official and combine the influences of her culinary heritage as both a kosher cook and a proud South African. As she says, South African cuisine is as deliciously diverse as its inhabitants, from the many indigenous peoples to the waves of immigrants and settlers who have made the southern part of Africa their home. In A Taste of South Africa with the Kosher Butcher’s Wife, Sharon Lurie takes you on an adventure through South Africa’s diverse and iconic dishes, but with traditional Jewish culinary twists. The mouth-watering recipes often include non-dairy options. And don’t think because Sharon is the Kosher Butcher’s Wife that she only thinks about meat dishes; there are ideas from starters to sweets with everything in between. An in her inimitable style, Sharon will keep you laughing along the way.

A Taste Of South Africa With The Kosher Butchers Wife

Author : Sharon Lurie
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After highly successful outings with her first two books, Sharon Lurie, aka the Kosher Butcher's Wife, decided that it was time to make it official and combine the influences of her culinary inheritance, i.e. cooking kosher as a proud South African. In her latest book,A Taste of South Africa with the Kosher Butcher's Wife, she takes the home cook on an adventure encompassing many of the country's diverse and iconic dishes, including traditional South African food with a traditional Jewish twist. This book not only includes meat and nondairy recipes but mouthwatering dairy dishes to dive into. And in her inimitable style, Sharon will keep you laughing along the way.

A Taste Of South Africa

Author : Magdaleen Van Wyk
ISBN : 0798141069
Genre : Cooking, African
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This book gives a glimpse of the food and flavours enjoyed in different households and regions world-wide. Exotically spiced dishes from the East, hearty 'boerekos', tribal food with an indigenous African flavour...both traditional and modern favourites are included in this collection of over 120 recipes. Each dish has been thoroughly tested and photographed specially for the book. With additional information for foreign cooks, vibrant colour pictures and a travel friendly format this popular cookbook remains the perfect gift.

A Taste Of South Africa

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ISBN : 3815587646
Genre : Cooking, South African
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Thanks to the mix of African cooking with European and Asian influences, South Africans have long enjoyed a multi-cultural style of cooking that's also become popular in Europe. From Baba Ghanoush and Cape-Malay Bobotie with sultanas, to chicken-potjie and Koeksisters with sugar syrup - join us on a journey to the beautiful southern tip of the African continent and discover the enormous variety of Cape cuisine. - Typical South African recipes - from classics to trendy, modern ones - Every recipe has a great photo.

A Taste Of South Africa

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A Taste Of South Africa

Author : Magdaleen Van Wyk
ISBN : STANFORD:36105070761783
Genre : Cooking
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From the exotically spiced dishes from the Far East, to the hearty "boerekos" and indigenous African tribal dishes, South African cuisine has something for everyone. Step by step directions for more than 120 recipes, with special notes for non-South African cooks.

A Catalogue Of The South African Public Library

Author : Cape Town S. Afr. publ. libr
ISBN : OXFORD:590201514
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Development Centre Studies Regional Integration Fdi And Competitiveness In Southern Africa

Author : Goldstein Andrea
ISBN : 9789264006546
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By analysing investment flows and examining the role of foreign direct investment in key industries, this book examines why Southern Africa has not become a magnet for FDI and what it needs to do to attract more investment.

Global Voices

Author : Susan B. Ouzts
ISBN : 0673363953
Genre : Education
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Educational resource for teachers, parents and kids!

Slavery Emancipation And Colonial Rule In South Africa

Author : Wayne Dooling
ISBN : 9780896802636
Genre : History
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Slavery, Emancipation and Colonial Rule in South Africa examines the rural Cape Colony from the earliest days of Dutch colonial rule in the mid-seventeenth century to the outbreak of the South African War in 1899. For slaves and slave owners alike, incorporation into the British Empire at the beginning of the nineteenth century brought fruits that were bittersweet. The gentry had initially done well by accepting British rule, but were ultimately faced with the legislated ending of servile labor. To slaves and Khoisan servants, British rule brought freedom, but a freedom that remained limited. The gentry accomplished this feat only with great difficulty. Increasingly, their dominance of the countryside was threatened by English-speaking merchants and money-lenders, a challenge that stimulated early Afrikaner nationalism. The alliances that ensured nineteenth-century colonial stability all but fell apart as the descendants of slaves and Khoisan turned on their erstwhile masters during the South African War of 1899–1902.

A Taste Of Freedom

Author : Helen Bradford
ISBN : UCAL:B3826275
Genre : History
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Making Use Of History In New South African Fiction

Author : Sten Pultz Moslund
ISBN : 8772897848
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A study of the use of history as political ammunition and literature as historical counter-discourse in Mongane Serote's "Gods of Our Time", Mike Nicol's "The Ibis Tapestry", and Zakes Mda's "Ways of Dying". Moslund shows how literary engagement with the past seeks to rupture the continuity of a strongly dichotomised epistemology and through that dissolve the inherited polarisation of society. Falsification of history is exposed as constructed discourse and past simplifications of reality as sharply demarcated into homogenous self-justifying, categorisations of, Us against Them, are challenged with paradox, doubt and introspection.

The South Africa Reader

Author : Clifton Crais
ISBN : 9780822377450
Genre : History
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The South Africa Reader is an extraordinarily rich guide to the history, culture, and politics of South Africa. With more than eighty absorbing selections, the Reader provides many perspectives on the country's diverse peoples, its first two decades as a democracy, and the forces that have shaped its history and continue to pose challenges to its future, particularly violence, inequality, and racial discrimination. Among the selections are folktales passed down through the centuries, statements by seventeenth-century Dutch colonists, the songs of mine workers, a widow's testimony before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and a photo essay featuring the acclaimed work of Santu Mofokeng. Cartoons, songs, and fiction are juxtaposed with iconic documents, such as "The Freedom Charter" adopted in 1955 by the African National Congress and its allies and Nelson Mandela's "Statement from the Dock" in 1964. Cacophonous voices—those of slaves and indentured workers, African chiefs and kings, presidents and revolutionaries—invite readers into ongoing debates about South Africa's past and present and what exactly it means to be South African.

A Concise History Of South Africa

Author : Robert Ross
ISBN : 0521575788
Genre : History
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Describes 1500 years of South African history, from pre-colonial times to Nelson Mandela's Presidency.

The Eastern Cape Rough Guides Snapshot South Africa

Author : Rough Guides
ISBN : 9780241188712
Genre : Travel
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The Rough Guide Snapshot to the Eastern Cape is the ultimate travel guide to this region of South Africa. It leads you through the region with reliable information and comprehensive coverage of all the sights and attractions, from Port Elizabeth to Addo Elephant National Park and the Karoo to . Detailed maps and up-to-date listings pinpoint the best cafés, restaurants, hotels, shops, bars and nightlife, ensuring you make the most of your trip, whether passing through, staying for the weekend or longer. Also included is the Basics section from the Rough Guide to South Africa, with all the practical information you need for travelling in and around the Eastern Cape, including transport, food, drink, costs, health, national parks and safety. Also published as part of the Rough Guide to South Africa, Lesotho & Swaziland. Full coverage: Port Elizabeth; Addo Elephant National Park; Jeffrey's Bay; Port Alfred; Grahamstown; the Eastern Cape Karoo; Cradock; Graaff-Reinet; East London; The Amatola Mountains; Hogsback; Rhodes; the Wild Coast; Mthatha; Port St Johns.

South Africa In World History

Author : Iris Berger
ISBN : 0199722099
Genre : History
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This volume begins in the early centuries of the Common Era with the various groups of people who had settled in southern Africa. Stone Age foragers, farmers with iron technology, and pastoralists all interacted to create a complex society before Europeans arrived. In the seventeenth century, Dutch settlers developed a colonial society based on the menial labor of indigenous inhabitants of the Cape and slaves imported from the East Indies and other parts of Africa. British conquest in the early nineteenth century brought an end to slavery, as well as new forms of colonial domination, tension between the British and the original Dutch settlers, armed struggle between expanding European communities and Africans (including the highly militarized Zulu kingdom), and intensive missionary activity that transformed many African societies. The discovery of diamonds and gold in the late nineteenth century brought industrialization based on migrant labor, new clashes between British and Africaaners, the final conquest of African societies, and new European migrants. During the twentieth-century, despite further economic development, African communities were increasingly impoverished. New forms of racial domination lead to the implementation of apartheid in 1948 and heightened political organizing among both African and Africaaner nationalists. The intensification of resistance in the 1970s and '80s coupled with drastic changes in the international balance of power brought an end to the apartheid state in 1994 and an intensified struggle to overcome apartheid's economic and political legacy by building a new nonracial society. The book emphasizes social and cultural history, focusing on people's interactions and identities according to race, class, gender, religion and ethnicity. It also addresses changes in literature (both oral and written), music, and the arts and draws on the extensive biographical and autobiographical literature to provide a personal focus for the discussion of major themes. While this emphasis reflects dominant trends in historical scholarship for the past two decades, it also includes recent material on environmental history and relationships between African Americans and South Africans. Where relevant, it highlights comparisons between South African and U.S. history.

South Africa Past Present And Future

Author : Tony Binns
ISBN : 9781317880400
Genre : Science
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This is the first book to combine a discussion of post-apartheid development initiatives with an extended historical analysis of South Africa's dynamic race, class, gender and ethnic identities. Bringing together the research of an historical geographer and two development geographers, the book enables us to locate the post-apartheid transition in a broad historical and spatial perspective. Within this perspective, the limitations as well as the achievements of South Africa's current transformation are highlighted.

Rural Resistance In South Africa

Author : Thembela Kepe
ISBN : 9789004214958
Genre : Social Science
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Drawing on scholarship from multiple disciplines, this volume presents a fresh understanding of the Mpondo uprising in South Africa; focusing on its meanings and significance in relation to land, rural governance, politics and the agency of the marginalized.

South Africa S Racial Past

Author : Paul Maylam
ISBN : 9781351898935
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A unique overview of the whole 350-year history of South Africa’s racial order, from the mid-seventeenth century to the apartheid era. Maylam periodizes this racial order, drawing out its main phases and highlighting the significant turning points. He also analyzes the dynamics of South African white racism, exploring the key forces and factors that brought about and perpetuated oppressive, discriminatory policies, practices, structures, laws and attitudes. There is also a strong historiographical dimension to the study. It shows how various writers have, from different perspectives, attempted to explain the South African racial order and draws out the political and ideological agendas that lay beneath these diverse interpretations. Essential reading for all those interested in the past, present and future of South Africa, this book also has implications for the wider study of race, racism and social and political ethnic relations.

The Communist Party In South Africa

Author : Mia Roth
ISBN : 9781482809640
Genre : History
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Why is the history of communism in a country at the bottom of the African continent still important enough to warrant this book? South Africa is one of the few countries in the world that still has a strong communist party whose views are not only taken into account by the government, but whose members hold important positions in both the cabinet and in government offices. This is the first account of the history of the Communist Party of South Africa based on archival sources. The initial accounts were written by party members and had very little to do with reality. The months that Mia Roth spent in the newly opened Russian and South African Archives in 1998 and the number of years she spent in writing it, revealed to her not only the racism in the South African party but also the role it played in destroying the ICU, the only genuine African mass movement of that time. Its depiction of the part played by African communists was only a facade.

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