Critical factors affecting the success of emerging farmers in South Africa

Title: Critical factors affecting the success of emerging farmers in South Africa First author: Thabang Ramogodi iD orcid.org/0000-0002-8245-2566 PhD candidate, North-West University, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, Potchefstroom Campus. BSc Plant pathology (UP), BSc (Hons) Plant pathology (UP), MSc Quality Management (UK) Co-author: Professor Anna-Marie (AMF) Pelser iD orcid.org/0000-0001-8401-3893 Research Professor, North-West University, Faculty… Continue reading Critical factors affecting the success of emerging farmers in South Africa

South Africa’s propaganda war: the information campaign to influence the United States of America, 1972-1978

Title: South Africa’s propaganda war: the information campaign to influence the United States of America, 1972-1978 Authors: J.K. Haasbroek, J-A. Stemmet and M. Oelofse[*] Ensovoort, volume 41 (2020), number 9: 3 Abstract In an effort to counter anti-apartheid forces, the Department of Information, with the approval of Prime Minister Balthazar Johannes (B.J.) Vorster, initiated a… Continue reading South Africa’s propaganda war: the information campaign to influence the United States of America, 1972-1978

The blue-eyed devil rapists: An exploration of the discourse on Twitter around land thieves in a South African context

Title: The blue-eyed devil rapists: An exploration of the discourse on Twitter around land thieves in a South African context Author: Dr. Burgert Senekal, University of the Free State. Ensovoort, volume 41 (2020), number 7: 1 Abstract In recent years, anti-white rhetoric has seemingly increased in South Africa, with various researchers and Non-Government Organisations becoming… Continue reading The blue-eyed devil rapists: An exploration of the discourse on Twitter around land thieves in a South African context

South Africa’s Troubled Landownership (1652 – 2019): Conclusions and a Dictum – Part 2 (19)

Title: South Africa’s Troubled Landownership (1652 – 2019): Conclusions and a Dictum – Part 2 (19) Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Extraordinary Researcher, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa (Author and Researcher: Healthcare, History and Politics). Corresponding Author: Prof. Dr GP Louw; MA (UNISA), PhD (PU for CHE),… Continue reading South Africa’s Troubled Landownership (1652 – 2019): Conclusions and a Dictum – Part 2 (19)

South Africa’s Troubled Land-ownership (1652 – 2019): Conclusions and a Dictum – Part 1 (18)

Title: South Africa’s Troubled Land-ownership (1652 – 2019): Conclusions and a Dictum – Part 1 (18) Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Extraordinary Researcher, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa (Author and Researcher: Healthcare, History and Politics). Corresponding Author: Prof. Dr GP Louw; MA (UNISA), PhD (PU for CHE),… Continue reading South Africa’s Troubled Land-ownership (1652 – 2019): Conclusions and a Dictum – Part 1 (18)

Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (17: ANC’s troubled leadership)

Title: Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (17: ANC’s troubled leadership) Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Extraordinary Researcher, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa (Author and Researcher: Healthcare, History and Politics).… Continue reading Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (17: ANC’s troubled leadership)

Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (16: Outdated ANC)

Title: Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (16: Outdated ANC) Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Extraordinary Researcher, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa (Author and Researcher: Healthcare, History and Politics). Corresponding… Continue reading Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (16: Outdated ANC)

Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (15: Opportunism)

Title: Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (15: Opportunism) Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Extraordinary Researcher, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa (Author and Researcher: Healthcare, History and Politics). Corresponding Author:… Continue reading Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (15: Opportunism)

Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (13: Violence and Crime)

Title: Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (13: Violence and Crime) Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Extraordinary Researcher, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa (Author and Researcher: Healthcare, History and Politics).… Continue reading Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3-The ANC in perspective (13: Violence and Crime)

Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3—The ANC in perspective (14: Accountability)

Title: Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3—The ANC in perspective (14: Accountability) Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Extraordinary Researcher, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa (Author and Researcher: Healthcare, History and Politics). Corresponding Author:… Continue reading Critical evaluation of the three main political parties’ capability to steer successful land expropriation in post-2019 South Africa: Part 3—The ANC in perspective (14: Accountability)