Some Key InterNet References:

Stephen Ellis (2009): “When the ANC refuses to listen”, by Professor Stephen Ellis, m&g, Johannesburg, @http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=176246471915

New Left Review, Nr 58, July-August 2009, @ http://www.newleftreview.org/?page=article&view=2790; and reply by Patrick Bond, passim
R.W. Johnston (2009): “WHERE IS SOUTH AFRICA GOING – before the election April 22; @ 2009http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=77924026915
R.W. Johnston (2009): Excerpts from R W Johnson’s new book: South Africa’s Brave New World – The Beloved Country since the End of Apartheid; @http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=77307041915
R.W. Johnston: ‘Reaching the turning point’, 27 May 2011, @ http://www.politicsweb.co.za/politicsweb/view/politicsweb/en/page71619?oid=238552&sn=Detail&pid=71616
Selim Gool (2009): South Africa in a new transition again – from ‘crony capitalism’ to African despotism?, http://www.politicsweb.co.za/politicsweb/view/politicsweb/en/page71619?oid=137711&sn=Detail
Selim Gool (2009): The arms deal: Ten years on – TEN YEARS AFTER – A CHRONOLOGY OF SOUTH AFRICA’S ARMS DEAL AND ITS AFTERMATH, http://www.politicsweb.co.za/politicsweb/view/politicsweb/en/page71639?oid=139501&sn=Detail (v)
Selim Gool (2007): Ms Klein’s Catastrophism and Contemporary Reality, Review of ‘The Shock Doctrine’ @http://www.amazon.com/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A2ZHOZT2GTDHU1/ref=cm_pdp_rev_all?ie=UTF8&sort_by=MostRecentReview
Selim Gool (2011): Further Notes Towards a ‘re-evaluation’ of the NEUM Tradition in the Western Cape, @http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150173215591025
Select Bibliography
Neville Alexander (2002): An Ordinary Country – Issues in the Transition from Apartheid to Democracy in South Africa, University of Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg.
Terry Bell (w/ Dumisa B. Ntsebenza) (2001, 2003): Unfinished Business – South Africa, Apartheid and Truth, Ldn/ N.Y., Verso Books.
Terry Crawford-Browne (2007): Eye on the Money: One Man’s Crusade against Corruption, Umuzi, Johannesburg.
Andrew Feinstein (2007, 2009): After the Party: A Personal and Political Journal Inside the ANC, Jonathan Ball Pub., C.T. & Jbh; and Verso, Ldn & N.Y. (2009).
Ben Fine and Zavareh Rustomjee (1996): The Political Economy of South Africa: From Minerals-Energy Complex to Industrialization, Hurst & Company, London.
Mark Gevisser (2007): Thabo Mbeki – The Dream Deferred, Cape Town.
Piero Gleijeses (2002): Conflicting Missions: Havana, Washington, and Africa, 1959-1976, The University of North Carolina Press, Chappel Hill and London.
Piero Gleijeses (2009): The Cuban Drumbeat – Castro’s Worldview: Cuban Foreign Policy in a hostile world, Seagull Books, Ldn, N. Y. and Calcutta.
Jeremy Gordin (2008): Zuma: A Biography, Jonathan Ball, Cape Town.
William Gumede (2005): Thabo Mbeki and the Battle for the Soul of the ANC, Jacanda Press, Cape Town.
Paul Holden (2008): The Arms Deal In Your Pocket, Jonnathan Ball Publishes, Johannesburg.
R.W. Johnson (2009): South Africa’s Brave New World – The Beloved Country since the End of Apartheid, Allen Lane/Penguin Books, London.
R.W. Johnson: South Africa: The First Man, The Last Nation, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London.
Naomi Klein (2007): The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, Metropolitan Books; First Edition edition, Hb.
Hugh Macmillan (2009): ‘The African National Congress of South Africa in Zambia: The Culture of Exile and the Changing Relationship with Home, 1964-1990’, in Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol. 1, Vol. 35, Nr 2 , Hull, U.K.
Padraig O’Malley (2007): Shades of Difference – Mac Maharaj and the Strugge for South Africa.
Moletsi Mbeki (2009): Architects of Poverty – Why African Capitalism Needs Changing, Picador Africa, Johannesburg.
Martin Murray (1987): South Africa: Time of Agony, Time of Destiny – The Upsurge of Popular Protest, Verso Books, London/ N.Y
Alec Russell (2009): After Mandela – The Battle for the Soul of South Africa, Hutchinson, London.
Roger Southall (2008): ‘The ANC for Sale? Money, Morality & Business in South Africa’, Review of African Political Economy, ROAPE, No. 116:pps. 2881-299.
Paul Trewhela (2009) ‘Inside Quatro’: Uncovering the Exile History of the ANC and SWAPO (Jacana, Johannesburg)
Internet links of articles also by Paul Trewhela:
http://www.marxists.org/archive/hirson/1990/quadro.htm[Inside Quadro – End of an Era; by Paul Trewhela,”Searchlight South Africa” No.5, July 1990]
http://www.politicsweb.co.za/politicsweb/view/politicsweb/en/page71619?oid=117713&sn=Detail [Jacob Zuma in exile: three unexplored issues – Paul Trewhela questions the ANC president’s past role in the iMbokodo, the SACP etc]
http://www.politicsweb.co.za/politicsweb/view/politicsweb/en/page71654?oid=161273&sn=Detail [ANC, SWAPO AND ZANU-PF HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD UNDER SCRUTINY AT CAMBRIDGE – The Cambridge Seminar, Paul Trewhela, 18 February 2010, The record of the liberation movements under scrutiny in the United Kingdom]
http://www.politicsweb.co.za/politicsweb/view/politicsweb/en/page71619?oid=109542&sn=Detail [The question of ‘Inqindi ne Marxism’ today, by Paul Trewhela, 2008]
see also …
www.ever-fasternews.com [for older articles]

About selcoolie

see: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/pdp/profile/A3SF2PCBUWC4UO?ie=UTF8&ref_=sv_w_h__4 briefly: Born in Cape Town, South Africa; moved to Sweden in1969 and completed studies in 1983, then moved to Norway and then to S.A. in 1993 - back to Norway in 2005, and been there ever since! E-mail: selimgool@yahoo.com Web Page: zcommunications/zspace/selcool In My Own Words: ¨ South African born ex-academic now retired, exiled and beyond redemption? Interests South African political economy and history; International Socialism and Marxist/Anarchist thought; anti-militarism and ecological questions My draft autobiography (ALL the "closet secrets" in the open! @ http://southafrica.indymedia.org/uploads/2006/02/an_odyssey___from_cape_town2.pdf Aslo view: http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A2ZHOZT2GTDHU1

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