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The Silas T. Molema and Solomon T. Plaatje papers

University of the Witwatersrand. Library.

The Silas T. Molema and Solomon T. Plaatje papers

by University of the Witwatersrand. Library.

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Published by Library, University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Botswana
    • Subjects:
    • Molema, Silas Thelesho, d. 1927 -- Archives -- Catalogs.,
    • Plaatje, Sol T. 1877-1932 -- Archives -- Catalogs.,
    • University of the Witwatersrand. Library -- Catalogs.,
    • Tswana (African people) -- History -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.,
    • Botswana -- History -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Marcelle Jacobson.
      SeriesHistorical and literary papers., 7
      ContributionsJacobson, Marcelle.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ3559 .U54 1978, DT797 .U54 1978
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 76 p. :
      Number of Pages76
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2900976M
      ISBN 100854945113
      LC Control Number84129091
      OCLC/WorldCa13793635

      Seetsele Modiri Molema’s Sol T Plaatje: Morata Wabo is the first biography of Solomon Plaatje written in his mother-tongue, Setswana and the only book-length biography written by someone who actually knew manuscript had long been housed in the Wits Historical Papers and was accessible only to scholars. D. S. Matjila and Karen Haire have mined the archive to produce the first English. At the end of the war, Plaatje worked as a journalist. With financial backing from Silas Molema, he established the first Setswana-English weekly paper, Koranta ea Becoana (The Bechuana Gazette), editing the paper between and He was chosen as the first Secretary-General of the South African Native National Congress (forerunner of the African National Congress), which was formed in .

      Advancement in the civil service being closed to him, Plaatje turned to journalism at the end of the war, and, with financial backing from Silas Molema, chief of the Barolong, he established the first Setswana-English weekly, Koranta ea Becoana (Newspaper of the Tswana) in The Royal Studies Journal has developed as an offshoot of the successful Kings & Queens conference series and the Royal Studies Network. The Network has provided a framework for researchers in the field to share news and information and make contacts with potential collaborators or to find scholars with similar interests. The Kings & Queens conference series has provided a yearly event for Author: Chris Holdridge.

      pages plus folded maps (complete). A most comfortable copy. Volume One only. Rebound in quarter leather. Marbled end-papers. Cloth covered boards are healthy. They have some light wear and scuffing. The leathered spine is benign. There are six ridges. It is a little scuffed and rubbed, but is otherwise healthy. The contents are most pleasing. There are of course the consequences of age. Therefore the diary does not form part of the papers of Silas T. Molema and Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje, which were discovered in Mafeking, South Africa, by researchers Tim Couzens and Brian Willan in January , and which where subsequently purchased by the University of the Witwatersrand in early See collection A


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Molema, were preserved in a wooden box in a storeroom. They were in bad condition and deterioration had. The papers of Silas T Molema and Solomon T Plaatje consist of items spanning the years tothe majority of the documents covering the years They also include the papers and literary manuscripts of S Modiri Molema.

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4 Jacobson’s catalogue of The Silas T Molema and Solomon T Plaatje Papers ([MPP], UW, Historical Papers, ) outlined the finding and archiving of the Molema-Plaatje papers. 5 OED, vol. II: palimpsest (Greek, palumps ē stus), Sense B, 1: “(Applied. of The Silas T Molema and Solomon T Plaatje Papers tells the remarkable story of the pa pers’ discovery in the lates.

The Molema family and researchers John Comaroff, Tim Couzens and Brian Willan collaborated to lodge these papers at the University of the Witwatersrand. Remembrance of things past and recent: Modiri Molema's letters home to Mafeking.

The Silas T. Molema and Solomon T. Plaatje papers. Marcelle Jacobson; revealing that the book's purpose is. John Comaroff later published the text of the diary in his book “The Boer War Diary of Sol T.

Plaatje” in Therefore the diary does not form part of the papers of Silas T. Molema and Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje, which were discovered in Mafeking, South Africa, by researchers Tim Couzens and Brian Willan in Januaryand which where subsequently purchased by the.

The Silas T. Molema and Solomon T. Plaatje papers by University of the Witwatersrand (Book) Sol Plaatje: an introduction by Peter Midgley (Book).

Solomon T. Plaatje was his mentor in history and had encouraged Molema to write the book. Molema attempts to encourage dialogue between Africans about race, power, land possession, and education by creating a fusion between the pre-colonization past with the colonization of present.

It is a book of history and ethnography of black people in. The Silas T. Molema and Solomon T. Plaatje papers / compiled by Marcelle Jacobson University of the Witwatersrand.

The Silas T. Molema and Solomon T. Plaatje Papers by Marcelle Jacobson; University of Witwatersrand Library, Historical and Literary Papers, Inventories of Collection: No. 8 (). Records of the Trade Union Council of South Africa, Part I: by Anna M. Cunningham (p. Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje (9 October – 19 June ) was a South African intellectual, journalist, linguist, politician, translator and e was a founder member and first General Secretary of the South African Native National Congress (SANNC), which became the Africal National Congress (ANC).

The Sol Plaatje Local Municipality, which includes the city of Kimberley, is named Known for: being a founder member of the ANC. Seetsele Modiri Molema’s Sol T.

Plaatje: Morata Wabo is the first biography of Solomon Plaatje written in his mother-tongue, Setswana, and the only book-length biography written by someone who actually knew him. The manuscript had long been housed in the Wits Historical Papers and was accessible only to Cited by: 2.

Associated Material held elsewhere: Papers () of Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje, including the literary manuscripts of Silas Modiri Molema and the personal papers of the Molema family held at the Historical Papers section of the Library, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa.

Collection Index: MOLEMA, Silas T and PLAATJE, Solomon T: Collection Name: Silas T MOLEMA and Solomon T PLAATJE Papers, Photos: MOLEMA, S.T.

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pages. Seller Inventory # /5(4). Established in by Silas Molema and edited by Solomon T. Plaatje, one of the pioneering African newspaper editors of his day and later the first Secretary-General of the ANC. Inthe Bechuana Printing Works was opened to accommodate the printing of Koranta ea Becoana.

The title ceased publication in (Languages: Tswana and English).Seetsele Modiri Molema’s Sol T Plaatje: Morata Wabo is the first biography of Solomon Plaatje written in his mother-tongue, Setswana, and the only book-length biography written by someone who actually knew him.

The manuscript had long been housed in the Wits Historical Papers and accessible only to .The discussion draws on the articles in this special issue, but also on new examples: Mark Twain, the American author and anti-imperialist, demonstrates a different type of touring celebrity to visiting royals and their role as defenders of empire, with Twain critical of empire in his literary works and travels; Sol Plaatje, the black South.