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Simamkele Dlakavu
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Womxn's and nonbinary activists’ contribution to the RhodesMustFall and FeesMustFall student movements: 2015 and 2016
S Ndelu, S Dlakavu, B Boswell
Agenda 31 (3-4), 1-4, 2017
692017
Rioting and writing: Diaries of Wits fallists
M Kgoroba, S Mashibini, BN Masilela, B Maubane, N Moyo, A Mthombeni, ...
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2017
592017
# Feesmustfall: Black women, building a movement and the refusal to be erased
S Dlakavu
Rioting and Writing: Diaries of the Wits Fallists. Johannesburg: Society …, 2017
252017
Writing and rioting: Black womxn in the time of Fallism
S Dlakavu, S Ndelu, M Matandela
Agenda 31 (3-4), 105-109, 2017
242017
“Say No, Black Woman”: The Giant is Falling and the erasure of Black women in South Africa
S Dlakavu
Agenda 31 (3-4), 89-95, 2017
102017
BLACK FEMINIST REVOLT and digital activism working to end rape culture in South Africa
S Dlakavu
BUWA! A Journal on African Women’s Experiences 7 (7), 101-107, 2016
62016
Khwezi protest: We came as 4, but stood as 10 000
S Dlakavu
City Press, 2016
52016
Biko Lives in Fallism
N Mathibela, S Dlakavu
News24 11, 2016
42016
Why I support the Rhodes rape list
S Dlakavu
City Press, 2016
42016
Wits political studies post-graduate students: On a quest to revolutionalise the academy
S Dlakavu
Daily Maverick 19, 2014
42014
Asisjiki: black women in the Economic Freedom Fighters, owning space, building a movement
SB Dlakavu
32018
On the EFF and Gender
S Dlakavu
News 24, 2017
32017
Space for White Allies in Student Uprisings?
S Dlakavu
IOL News, 2015
22015
Zulu Love Letter: Moving Black women from the margins to the centre in narrating South Africa’s political transition
S Dlakavu
Agenda 35 (4), 173-179, 2021
12021
Rememorying of slavery: South African wine farms and intangible slave memory
S Dlakavu
Imbiza Journal for African Writing 1 (1), 90-97, 2021
12021
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