The last years of apartheid

The author points confidently to an end of Africa’s southern cancels – apartheid. The dialectics of South African economic, political, and social reality is such that the oppressed masses of blacks in all comers of South Africa, including the Transkei, will, for their own interests, take part in the revolutionary war do destroy white supremacy; and the dialectics of contemporary South African and world history is such that sooner or later this war will be transformed into a struggle to destroy capitalism and replace it with a socialist framework. Just as capitalism gave rise to, and constantly generates, racism, so only with the elimination of capitalism will the roots of racism be pulled out and destroyed. Notes.

Title: The last years of apartheid
Author: Vilakazi, Herbert
Year: 1978
Periodical: Issue
Volume: 8
Issue: 4
Pages: 60-63
Language: English
Geographic term: South Africa
Subject: apartheid
External link: https://www.jstor.org/stable/1166328
Abstract: The author points confidently to an end of Africa’s southern cancels – apartheid. The dialectics of South African economic, political, and social reality is such that the oppressed masses of blacks in all comers of South Africa, including the Transkei, will, for their own interests, take part in the revolutionary war do destroy white supremacy; and the dialectics of contemporary South African and world history is such that sooner or later this war will be transformed into a struggle to destroy capitalism and replace it with a socialist framework. Just as capitalism gave rise to, and constantly generates, racism, so only with the elimination of capitalism will the roots of racism be pulled out and destroyed. Notes.