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Narratives N11-20

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N11 - Female, 'White', Forties, Academic, Originally from the Transvaal/Gauteng and Eastern Cape - One personal narrative. My novel.

N12 - Female, Apartheid classification: 'white', Early forties, Academic, Originally from Western Cape - Tearing open the seal.

N13 - Male, 'Coloured', fifties, Originally from W Cape - The cathedral experience.

N14 - Female, White, 30s/40s, E Cape.

N15 - Female, White, Forties - Growing up in durban and spans the late sixties to early eighties.

N16 - Female, 'Coloured', Fifties, Administrative, Originally from the Eastern Cape - The back door experience.

N17 - Female, Forties, "Indian" - A pursuit of self-worth: against all odds.

N18 - Male, African, Thirties, Lecturer, Originally from Gauteng - My early formative years.

N19 - Male, Coloured, Early 30s, Academic.

N20 - White, Female, Fifties - 1960s A time of awareness - 1970s Moving from 'helping' to 'solidarity' in the context of Black Consciousness - And now?.

Transcripts SI1-5

Department of Psychology, Wits University.

SI1 - Palesa (born 1983 in the Eastern Cape).

SI2 - Lerato (born 1982 in Polokwane).

SI3 - Sibongile (born 1984 in Umtata).

SI4 - Pumi (born 1981 in Rustenburg).

SI5 - Lulu (born 1983, born in JHB, taken to Estcourt at 6 months).

Transcripts SN1-6

Department of Psychology, Wits University.

SN1 - Mavis, Johannesburg.

SN2 - Tebogo, 46, Johannesburg.

SN3 - Mahlodi, Northern Province.

SN4 - Julie, Johannesburg.

SN5 - Jane, thank you very much for your time.

SN6 - Rebecca.

iNyoni, KwaZulu Natal

Very slowly the freedom of political association is beginning to reach into some areas of the country that have been 'no-go areas for certain political parties. Here ANC volunteers put up posters for municipal by-elections in the Macambini tribal district. iNyoni, KwaZulu Natal.

Glenwood, Durban. Kwazulu Natal

Our present reality, taken mostly for granted as we straddle the diversity of our land, upmarket 'leafy suburb' with cutting edge grafitti and the obligatory 'car guard cum car washer'. nGlenwood, Durban. Kwazulu Natal.

Hlobane, KwaZulu Natal

The coal industry of northen KwaZulu Natal, which attracted large numbers of people and has had its fair share of conflict around exploitation of workers rights and mine disasters in the past, is once again set to take off. Will it do so on a more equitable basis? Will it leave less of an impact on the environment in future? Hlobane, KwaZulu Natal.

Hlobane, KwaZulu Natal

The coal industry of northen KwaZulu Natal, which attracted large numbers of people and has had its fair share of conflict around exploitation of workers rights and mine disasters in the past, is once again set to take off. Will it do so on a more equitable basis? Will it leave less of an impact on the environment in future? Hlobane, KwaZulu Natal.

Hlobane, KwaZulu Natal

The coal industry of northen KwaZulu Natal, which attracted large numbers of people and has had its fair share of conflict around exploitation of workers rights and mine disasters in the past, is once again set to take off. Will it do so on a more equitable basis? Will it leave less of an impact on the environment in future? Hlobane, KwaZulu Natal.

The coal industry of northen KwaZulu Natal

The coal industry of northen KwaZulu Natal, which attracted large numbers of people and has had its fair share of conflict around exploitation of workers rights and mine disasters in the past, is once again set to take off. Will it do so on a more equitable basis? Will it leave less of an impact on the environment in future? Hlobane, KwaZulu Natal.

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