"When Malan Goes": A Progressive Programme for South Africa

Title"When Malan Goes": A Progressive Programme for South Africa
Year for Search1953
AuthorsToekoms, Jan [pseud.]
Date Published1953
PublisherCentral News Agency
Place Published[Johannesburg], South Africa
KeywordsSouth African author
Annotation

Mostly non-fiction. A ten-point proposal for solving South Africa’s problems with a brief future vignette showing them solved. The points are The Establishment of a Democratic Republic. The Maintenance of European Supremacy for the Next Hundred Years. The Maintenance of Social Apartheid. The Abolition of the Economic Colour Bar. The Establishment of Suburbs with Freehold Rights for Non-Europeans. The Representation of Non-Europeans in Local and Central Government. Better Pay and Conditions for the Police. The Simplification of the Pass Laws with a view to their Eventual Abolition. Recognition of the Plural Nature of South African Society. The Adoption of a Rigid South African Constitution.

Info Notes

Daniel Francois Malan (1874-1959) was Prime Minister of South Africa from 1948 to 1954.

Pseudonym

Jan Toekoms [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Full Text

1953 Toekoms, Jan [pseud.]. “When Malan Goes”: A Progressive Programme for South Africa. [Johannesburg], South Africa: Central News Agency. IEN

Mostly non-fiction presenting a ten-point proposal for solving South Africa’s problems with a brief future vignette showing them solved. The points are 1. The Establishment of a Democratic Republic. 2. The Maintenance of European Supremacy for the Next Hundred Years. 3. The Maintenance of Social Apartheid. 4. The Abolition of the Economic Colour Bar. 5. The Establishment of Suburbs with Freehold Rights for Non-Europeans. 6. The Representation of Non-Europeans in Local and Central Government. 7. Better Pay and Conditions for the Police. 8. The Simplification of the Pass Laws with a view to their Eventual Abolition. 9. Recognition of the Plural Nature of South African Society. 10. The Adoption of a Rigid South African Constitution. Daniel Francois Malan (1874-1959) was Prime Minister of South Africa from 1948 to 1954.