Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann ; Oxford : James Curry ; Cape Town : David Philip, c2002.
Book — xxii, 233 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Introduction-- Gender & generation in the six-month system through the 1930s-- Depression, drought, & the 'drift of natives': crises of control in the 1930s-- Kufanele Ukusebenza Isithupa: fathers, sons, & bridewealth, 1927-1944-- Courting tradition: law, sexuality & the control of women, 1927-1944-- Conclusion.
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This work is a historical examination of gender and generational struggles over land, labour, and law that are central issues facing contemporary South Africa. It focuses on intersections of labour tenancy and African customary law with tensions of gender and generation. (source: Nielsen Book Data)