Bringing back the power of orality in SA history

2008-10-01 00:00

Being interviewed can change your life, said the co-editors of Oral History in a Wounded Country at the book’s launch at the Msunduzi Museum on Tuesday evening.

Sinomlando, which is based at UKZN, is seen as a powerhouse of oral history in South Africa and the book aims to develop the research-based practice as a more useable tool.

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