Southern and central Namibia in Jonker Afrikaner"s time

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Other titlesNamibia in Jonker Afrikaner"s time., Emergence of Kommando politics in Namaland, Southern Namibia, 1800-1870.
Statementby Brigitte Lau.
SeriesWindhoek archives publication series ;, no. 8, Archeia ;, Nr. 8.
ContributionsNamibia. Dept. of National Education. Archives Services Division.
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LC ClassificationsDT714 .L27 1987
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Paginationv, 162 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2024827M
LC Control Number90981412
OCLC/WorldCa18713871

Cover title: Namibia in Jonker Afrikaner's time. Originally presented as the author's thesis (rsity of Cape Town, ) under title: The emergence of Kommando politics in Namaland, Southern Namibia, Description: v, pages: illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.

Series Title: Archeia, Nr. Other Titles: Namibia in Jonker. Namibia in Jonker Afrikaner's Time is a study entirely founded on sources found in various Namibian and South African archives. Carl Hugo Hahn Tagebücher / Carl Hugo Hahn DiariesPart I Printed in their original German language, this is Part I of the Carl Hugo Hahn Diaries (Tagebücher)covering Southern and central Namibia in Jonker Afrikaner's time (Windhoek archives publication series) [Brigitte Lau] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Brigitte Lau.

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Roode Zand near Tulbagh, South Africa – 18 AugustOkahandja, South West Africa) was the fourth Captain of the Orlam in South West Africa, succeeding his father, Jager Afrikaner, in Soon after becoming Kaptein, he left his father’s settlement at Blydeverwacht with three brothers and some followers and relocated to the area that is today central : c.Roode Zand near Tulbagh.

Other articles where Jonker Afrikaner is discussed: Southern Africa: Germans in South West Africa: s of the Oorlam chief Jonker Afrikaner and his well-armed followers significantly altered the regional balance of power.

Responding to an appeal from the Nama, who were being driven from their grazing lands by Herero expansion, Afrikaner settled at Windhoek. Namibia in Jonker Afrikaner's Time (Archeia Series No.8) (Windhoek Archives Publication Series Archeia Series, 8) Paperback – January 1, by Brigitte Lau (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Author: Brigitte Lau. Afrikaners (Afrikaans: [afrəˈkɑːnərs, afri-]) are a Southern African ethnic group descended from predominantly Dutch settlers first arriving at the Cape of Good Hope in the 17th and 18th centuries. They traditionally dominated South Africa's politics and commercial agricultural sector prior to Afrikaans, South Africa's third most widely spoken home language, evolved as the mother Australia: 5, ().

During this time, wrote //Gowaseb, Jan Jonker used his energies to regain the Orlam domination in central Namibia, "threatened the Europeans who had aided Maharero, denied the Basters the right to.

Afrikaner The Afrikaners: Biography of a People – Book Review Die Boere in vandag se Argentinië.

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Print Davis, N E. A History of Southern Africa. Nairobi, Kenya: Longman Group Ltd, de Klerk, W A. The Puritans in Africa: A Story of Afrikanerdom. Middlesex, England: Rex Collings Ltd, Demographic Statistics.

Pretoria, South Africa. After the Boer Wars, many poor, homeless Afrikaners moved into other countries in Southern Africa, such as Namibia and Zimbabwe. Some Afrikaners returned to the Netherlands, and some even moved to distant places such as South America, Australia, and the southwestern United States.

Due to racial violence and in search of better educational and Author: Katherine Schulz Richard. This work is a biography of the Afrikaner people by historian and journalist Herman Giliomee, one of the earliest and staunchest Afrikaner opponents of apartheid.

Weaving together life stories and historical interpretation, he creates a narrative history of the Afrikaners from their beginnings with the colonisation of the Cape of Good Hope by the Dutch East India Company to the dismantling of /5(2).

This book is a biography of the Afrikaner people. A historian and journalist who was one of the earliest and staunchest Afrikaner opponents of apartheid, Hermann Giliomee weaves together life stories and historical interpretation to create a narrative history of the Afrikaners from their beginnings with the colonization of the Cape of Good Hope by the Dutch East India Comp/5.

The rinderpest epidemic breaks out reducing the cattle population in central Namibia. Fort Namutoni is built to monitor the passage of cattle into central and southern Namibia and as a border patrol between the central and northern part of the country.

The Orlam Afrikaners rise against the Germans in the south-east region of the country. After the Boer Wars, many poor, homeless Afrikaners moved into other countries in Southern Africa like Namibia and Zimbabwe.

Some Afrikaners returned to the Netherlands and some even moved to distant places like South America, Australia, and the southwestern United States. Due to racial violence and in search of better educational and. Die Genootskap van Regte Afrikaners (GRA), an organization that promoted the Afrikaans language, was formed by Rev.

S.J. Du Toit on 14 August By this time, the language was spoken by many people of different races and ethnic groups throughout Southern Africa. In any case, the people of central and southern Namibia, in particular, were 'brown' Afrikaners like the outstanding leader, Jonker Afrikaner, decades before the social construction of 'white.

Jan Jonker Afrikaner is a senior secondary school in Windhoek, the capital of is situated in the Katutura suburb, and is named for Jan Jonker Afrikaner, Captain of the Orlam Afrikaners Coordinates: 22°31′31″S 17°03′59″E /. Another factor in the declining population of Afrikaners in South Africa is the fact that about 1-million of them have emigrated overseas since the end of apartheid, primarily to Britain, Canada Author: Palash Ghosh.

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At the time of Jager Afrikaner's death inhis people were living at Blydeverwacht and Jerusalem in southern Namaland. On his deathbed he handed over the leadership of the Oorlam Afrikaners to his second son, Jonker Afrikaner.

This gave rise to dissatisfaction which eventually led to a split in the ranks and the moving of Jonker and his. Southern Africa - Southern Africa - European and African interaction in the 19th century: By the time the Cape changed hands during the Napoleonic Wars, humanitarians were vigorously campaigning against slavery, and in they succeeded in persuading Britain to abolish the trade; British antislavery ships soon patrolled the western coast of Africa.

> | Image: An Internal Panorama of the Voortrekker Monument Commemorating the Afrikaner Great Trek [1]. | If the question that presents enquires whether Afrikaners will die out in South Africa any quicker than any other African tribe th.

In the s Jonker Afrikaner commenced his road building activities in central and southern Namibia (over the Auas Mountains to the south and the northern Bay Road from Windhoek to Walvis Bay).

During this time he tried to subjugate the Ovaherero. The author of ‘Bridge Over Blood River: The Rise and Fall of the Afrikaners’, Kajsa Norman, will be in conversation with John Battersby at an event in Trafalgar Square, London on Thursday evening, 19 November The book suggests that 20 years after the fall of apartheid in South Africa, the white Afrikaner minority “fears [ ].

This book sheds light on why Afrikaners continue to have such powerful grip over the economy and over social superiority in South Africa. The strong foundations the Afrikaners laid down for their collective economic success in the mid's through the Broederbond is of prime interest and should be something we learn from for our own economic liberation/5.

The history of Namibia has passed through several distinct stages from being colonised in the late nineteenth century to Namibia's independence on 21 March FromNamibia was a German colony: German South-West the First World War, the League of Nations mandated South Africa to administer the territory.

Following World War II, the League of Nations was dissolved in April. late Brigitte Lau {Southern and central Namibia in Jonker Afrikaner's Time. Windhoek, ), invaded and conquered southern Namibia, establishing militarized and parasitic commando-type polities dominated by merchant capital, leading to the underdevelop-ment of the country.

(It was an extension of an argument which I had put forward earlier. The Afrikaner Broederbond was established in with the laudable aim of uplifting Afrikaners impoverished and demoralised in the wake of the Anglo-Boer War. Book review: The Super-Afrikaners. Many Afrikaners have emigrated, including to neighbouring African countries as they worry about land expropriation.

The big question, says London-based investigative journalist Kajsa Norman in her new book Bridge over Blood River, is whether the Afrikaans culture can survive. Trade union Solidarity says it aims to invest up to R billion over the next five years in a safer more prosperous South Africa for afrikaners.

"Every time he opens his mouth, we are flooded with inquiries to join our ranks. The Afrikaners are mobilising again properly for the first time since [the. Lee is ideally equipped to give a truly objective evaluation of "The Christian Afrikaners." Second, the time of these lectures.

Dr. Lee delivered them in They represent his perception of the Afrikaners, till his leaving the RSA -- together with his ongoing perception of them, while he was living in the USA for eleven years till Some later settled n the central highlands, around Kibala and Mombola in Cuanza Sul, and in Bie provinces.

The good relations did not last long. The Portuguese had decided to settle the same highlands with Madeirans inwho interestingly shared a similar distaste for remote government with the Afrikaners, having come from a distant island.Virtually all Afrikaans speakers originated at some point in South Africa and Namibia.

However, there are notable Afrikaans speaking communities which settled permanently in other territories, namely Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), Southern Rhodesia .