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An investigation into the effect of race and politics on the development of South African sport (1970-1979)
Paul Gerard Anderson
Thesis presented for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Physical Education) at the University of Stellenbosch. This thesis includes chapters on sport, politics and race: South Africa; South Africa a historical political overview; Early developments of white and non-white sport in South Africa to 1950; A synopsis of the development of white and non-white sport in South Africa and the influence of politics to 1970; The multi-national sports concept; The demand for non-racial and normal sport; Legislation and South African sport; The anti-apartheid sports movements and South Africa's sport development. The non-racial sports movements in South Africa and the South African council on sport; The Afrikaner broederbond developments in South African sport.
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