The aim of this series is to publish original, high-quality work by both new and established scholars on all aspects of South Africa.
To submit a proposal please contact Routledge African Studies editor Helena Hurd, [email protected]
By Philippe Burger, Lochner Marais, Deirdre van Rooyen
September 28, 2017
Mining has played a key role in the growth of many towns in South Africa. This growth has been accompanied by a proliferation of informal settlements, by pressure to provide basic services and by institutional pressures in local government to support mining. Fragile municipal finance, changing ...
By Marius Pieterse
September 07, 2017
Rights-based Litigation, Urban Governance and Social Justice in South Africa considers the overlap between legal and everyday struggles for social and spatial justice in the particular context of Johannesburg, South Africa. Drawing from literature across disciplines of law, urban geography and...
By Musawenkosi W Ndlovu
June 08, 2017
This book examines the historical FeesMustFall (FMF) university student protests that took place in South Africa and shows how the enduring historical construction, representation and conceptualisation of South African youth (as typically radical and political) contributed to the (mis)...