Ja, No, Man: Growing Up White in Apartheid-Era South Africa

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"Boet,"said Kevin, "there's a jazz somewhere down by the assembly hall where okes can do what they smaak , and I hear from reliable sources that it's lekker down there." Like most children of the 1970s and 1980s, Richard Poplak grew up obsessed with pop culture. Watching The Cosby Show , listening to Guns N'Roses, and quoting lines from Mad Max movies were part of his everyday life. But in Richard's country, South Africa, censorship in the newspapers, military training at school, and different rules for different ...

Ja, No, Man: Growing Up White in Apartheid-Era South Africa 2009, Penguin Global, Toronto, Canada

ISBN-13: 9780143050445

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