The South African Game: Sport and Racism
This book represents the point of view of the modern non-racial sports movement within South Africa, describes the historical and social context of the movement and gives reasons for its continuing vitality.
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A Sporting Nation? Introduction
Chronology of South African Sporting History 316
SACOS Sports Policies 331
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