The region of Southern Africa has been part of the global capitalist system since its inception in the late 15th century, when Portugal incorporated Angola and Mozambique into its empire. In 1652 the Dutch East India Company established a “refreshment station” at the Cape of Good Hope for ships travelling between Europe and the Far East.1 From that time the region has experienced several periods of deepening incorporation into the global system.
Research Article| January 01 2010
Immigration and Domestic Politics in South Africa: Contradictions of the Rainbow Nation
Ethnic Studies Review (2010) 33 (1): 1–35.
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Vernon D. Johnson; Immigration and Domestic Politics in South Africa: Contradictions of the Rainbow Nation. Ethnic Studies Review 1 January 2010; 33 (1): 1–35. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/esr.2010.33.1.1
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