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Author Holomisa, Phathekile
Title Double-Edged Sword : A Quest for a Place in the African Sun
Imprint Houghton : Real African Publishers, 2011
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Edition 3rd ed
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Note Cover -- Dedication -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Brief Biographical Note On Sango Phathekile Holomisa (A! Dilizintaba) -- A Word From The Author -- Editorial note -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Prologue -- Part One / The Consolidation of Contralesa -- Introduction to Part One -- AR 1 Meeting to Elect Interim Committee, June 10-11 1989 -- AR2 Meeting of Interim Committee: Laying Down Policies and Procedures of Contralesa, June 24 1989 -- AR3 Consolidation Meetings with Regional Chiefs -- AR4 Meeting with Cosatu/UDF Joint Working Committee held at Numsa Office (Durban), August 1990 -- AR5 Press Statement on National Conference of Contralesa, September 1990 -- AR6 First Meeting of the National Executive Committee of Contralesa, October 1990 -- Part Two / Speeches and Addresses by Nkosi Holomisa -- Introduction to Part Two -- AR7 Address at the Welcoming Rally of O.R. Tambo a Mthatha, December 1990 -- AR8 Address on the State of Politics, East London, March 1991 -- AR9 Address at the Launch of Mthatha Branch of Contralesa, August 1991 -- AR10 'The Institution of Hereditary Rule in a Future of South Africa', Conference Paper, Pretoria, October 1991 -- AR11 'The Role of Traditional Leaders in South Africa - Now and in the Future', May 1992 -- AR12 'Rural Local Government - Understanding the Challenge', Idasa Conference, East London, July 17, 1992 -- AR13 Message to the ANC Culture and Development Conference, May 1993 -- AR14 Address to United Methodist Church of South Africa, Clarkebury District Young Men's Guild Annual Convention, Mqanduli, May 1993 -- AR15 Address to Intando YeSizwe Party Youth League, KwaNdebele, May 1993 -- AR16 Message from Contralesa President at KwaXimba Cultural Festival, Cato Ridge, Pietermaritzburg, September 1993 -- AR17 'The Role of Traditional Leaders in a new South Africa', September 1993
AR18 Address at the launch of the ANC Election Manifesto, Keiskammahoek, February 1994 -- AR19 'The Institution of Hereditary Rule under the New Constitutional Dispensation', delivered at the International Conference on "Comparative, Regional and Local Government Structures and their implementation under the New South African Constitutional -- AR20 Speech in the Snap Debate on the Shaka Day Celebration Controversy, September 1994 -- AR21 'The Role of Traditional Leaders in a changing Namibia: The South African Experience', April 1996 -- AR22 A Message of Peace and Nation-Building to the People of Zululand, March 1996 -- AR 23 International Conference "on the New South African Constitution", April 1996 -- AR24 Contralesa Workshop - Green Paper on Land Policy, June1996 -- AR25 Letter sent to Contralesa members of the NEC on the Unity Conference of the Traditional Leaders of South Africa, Cape Town, September, 1996 -- AR26 'The Certification of the Final Constitution with reference to the Institution, Role and Status of Traditional Leadership', Unity Conference of the Traditional Leaders of South Africa, Durban, September 1996 -- AR27 'Accommodating the Role of Traditional Leadership in the New Dispensation', Paper presented by Nkosi SP Holomisa ( A! Dilizintaba) at the Northern Province Council of Churches Seminar on "Traditional Leadership within the context of the new -- AR28 Opening address by the President Nkosi Sango Patekile Holomisa (A! Dilizintaba) at Contralesa's General Council Meeting on University of Potchefstroom, North West Province, October 1997 -- AR29 'The Role of Traditional Leaders', Paper delivered by Nkosi/Adv. SP Holomisa, (A! Dilizintaba) at the Department of Constitutional Development and Provincial Affairs workshop on Traditional Leadership andLocal Government, Johannesburg, November 1997
AR30 'The Constitution and Traditional Leaders', Institute for Multi-Party Democracy Conference on "Good Governance: Traditional Leaders and Rural Councillors", East London, March, 1998 -- AR31 'Access to Justice in Community Structures', The South African Law Commission Conference, Paper delivered by Queen Mathokwana Mopeli onbehalf of Nkosi SP Holomisa (A! Dilizintaba), Vista University, Soweto, March 1998 -- AR32 'Individual Versus Group Rights', Paper delivered by Nkosi SP Holomisa (A! Dilizintaba) at the Rockefeller Foundation Next Generation Leadership Programme, Johannesburg, March, 1998 -- AR33 Memorandum from Nkosi/Adv. SP Holomisa (A! Dilizintaba) to Dr NR Mandela (A! Dalibhunga) on 'Matters of Concern to Traditional Leaders', May 1998 -- AR34 Input From Contralesa to the Constitutional Development and Provincial Affairs Portfolio Committee Public Hearings on "Local Government: Municipal Structures Bill [B68-98]", Old Assembly Chamber, Parliament July 1998 -- AR35 "Dimensions of Political Violence _ A Contralesa Perspective", paper delivered by Nkosi SP Holomisa at a conference hosted by the University of Transkei and the Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung on Political Violence in South Africa, on July 29-31, 1998 -- AR36 'Zemk'iinkomo, Magwalandini', October 1998 -- Part Three / Contralesa Statements -- Introduction to Part Three -- AR37 On Hostels on the Reef, August 1990 -- AR38 On Brigadier Gqozo, February 1991 -- AR39 On the Ciskeian Fiasco, February 1991 -- AR40 On the Killings on the Reef, March 1991 -- AR41 On the Zulu Rally and De Klerk's Peace Conference, May 1991 -- AR42 On De Klerk's announcement on the future of 31 and 32 Battalions and Koevoet, July 1991 -- AR43 On the Scandal surrounding the government's secret funding of Inkatha, July 1991 -- AR44 Message of Support to the ANC at its National Conference, July 1991
AR45 On the Issue of Headmanship in the Ciskei, September 1991 -- AR46 On The Proposed Return of Sebe to Ciskei, October 1991 -- AR47 The Institution of Hereditary Rule: Conference/Workshop between the Transvaal Regional Council of Contralesa and the Community Law Centre of the Institute for Public Interest Law and Research, Pretoria, October 1991 -- AR48 Message of Support from Contralesa to the South African Communist Party on the occasion of its Eighth Congress in December 1991 -- AR49 On FW de Klerk's statement that the Zulu Monarch is unique, January 1992 -- AR50 Message to the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania on the Occasion of its Third National Congress held in Umtata from April 1992 -- AR51 "Contralesa seeks full participation", Press Statement on Contralesa meeting of April 1992 -- AR52 On the stalling of Codesa by Boputhatswana, Ciskei and KwaZulu, April 1992 -- AR53 Contralesa's Reaction to the Boipatong Massacre, June 1992 -- AR54 Contralesa's Statement on the ANC-Alliance withdrawal from the Negotiation Process, June 1992 -- AR55 Contralesa's Statement on the Meeting of the Government Alliance and on Mr De Klerk's call for a Trilateral Meeting of the Government, the ANC and the IFP, July 1992 -- AR56 On the massacre of marchers in the Ciskei homeland, September 1992 -- AR57 On lawlessness in the Ciskei, October 1992 -- AR58 New Years Message, December 1992 -- AR59 Contralesa's reaction to the planned ban on so-called Cultural Weapons -- AR60 Contralesa's reaction to altercations involving the African National Congress, the Government and Inkatha on Violence -- AR61 Contralesa's Memorandum prepared by the NEC for Discussion between the Contralesa NEC and the State President, Mr FW de Klerk, January 1993 -- AR62 On the controversy surrounding deaths from circumcision, July 1993
AR63 Reaction to the Role of Traditional Leaders as proposed by the Negotiating Council, November 1993 -- AR64 Statement on the death of Oliver Tambo, April 1993 -- AR65 Contralesa Statement on Codesa II on May 1993 -- AR66 Message of Condolence to the families of the children massacred by the South African Defence Force in Umtata, October 1993 -- AR67 President's New Year Message, December 1993 -- AR68 Message of Condolence from Contralesa President Chief Patekile Holomisa to the family of murdered Prince Petrus Zulu of the Zulu Royal House in Ulundi -- AR69 Reaction to the Crisis in Bophuthatswana, March 1994 -- AR70 Reaction to the constitutional recognition of the Zulu Monarch and Zulu Kingdom by the ANC and Government, April 1994 -- AR71 Contralesa's Press Statement on the Announcement of a Provisional Election date -- AR72 Election Message from the Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa, April 1994 -- AR73 Submission to the Constitutional Assembly on the Constitutional Role of Traditional Leaders, March 1995 -- AR74 Memorandum on the relationship between traditional leaders and the ANC, August 1995 -- Appendices -- AR75 Memorandum to the National Executive Committee of the ANC on charges laid against SP Holomisa for allegedly violating the Code of Conduct of the ANC for MPs and members of the ANC, March 11, 1996 -- AR76 Memorandum to National Executive Committee of the African National Congress, Appeal Against Findings and Decisions of the National Disciplinary Committee, May 9, 1996 -- AR77 Some Monarchs of South Africa May 9, 1996 -- Epilogue -- Geneological Trees of South Africa's Monarchs -- Some of the Prominent Traditional Leaders
Phathekile Holomisa is a founding member of the National Association of Democratic Lawyers, a member of Parliament, and the president of the Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa. He is also the author of According to Tradition and an occasional columnist for some of South Africa's leading publications. President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma is the President of South Africa as well as the President of the African National Congress
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