ANCYL HISTORY PDF

Its foundation in by A. The first President of the league was Anton Lembede who shaped its militancy. Mandela wrote that Lembede had a "magnetic personality who thought in original and often startling ways" and "Like Lembede I came to see the antidote as militant African nationalism. It called for civil disobedience and strikes in protest at the hundreds of laws associated with the new apartheid system. These protests were often met with force by the South African Government. In , 18 blacks were killed during a walkout, while protesters, including Mandela, were jailed and beaten for their opposition to the government.

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Authoritative, streamlined, and highly readable, this book deserves a wide readership. This brilliant little book tells the story of the African National Congress ANC Youth League from its origins in the s to the present and the controversies over Julius Malema and his influence in contemporary youth politics.

Glaser analyzes the ideology and tactics of its founders, some of whom notably Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo later became iconic figures in South African history as well as inspirational figures such as A. Mda father of author Zakes Mda and Anton Lembede. Dormant for many years, the Youth League reemerged in the transition era under the leadership of Peter Mokaba—infused with the tradition of the militant youth politics of the s.

He has published widely on the history of youth politics, youth culture, crime and sexuality in South Africa. Permission to reprint Permission to photocopy or include in a course pack via Copyright Clearance Center. Click or tap on a subject heading to sign up to be notified when new related books come out. It has recently celebrated its centenary, a milestone that has prompted partisans to detail a century of unparalleled achievement in the struggle against colonialism and racial discrimination.

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African National Congress Youth League

Authoritative, streamlined, and highly readable, this book deserves a wide readership. This brilliant little book tells the story of the African National Congress ANC Youth League from its origins in the s to the present and the controversies over Julius Malema and his influence in contemporary youth politics. Glaser analyzes the ideology and tactics of its founders, some of whom notably Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo later became iconic figures in South African history as well as inspirational figures such as A. Mda father of author Zakes Mda and Anton Lembede.

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The aim of the Youth League was to galvanise the youth to step up the fight against segregation within the country. It stated, amongst others, that Africanism should be promoted i. Source: sahistory. To strength its fight for liberation, the Youth League developed a Programme of Action which involved different methods like boycotts, strikes and other defiance tactics. In , the ANC adopted this programme, which represented a radical departure from the ineffective strategies of the past, and a transformation of the organisation into a revolutionary mass movement.

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