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This assortment explores the often-overlooked position of media in the shaping of id and tradition in postapartheid South Africa. Interrogating modern theory, these essays shed new gentle on how identities are developed during the media and supply case reviews that illustrate the complicated means of id renegotiation occurring in postapartheid South Africa, giving clean concentration to subject matters that scholarship has overlooked—such because the pervasive impression of tabloid newspapers. The individuals comprise either confirmed students and new voices, all of whom symbolize a few of South Africa's most interesting media analysts grappling with one of many country's so much vexing issues—who are we?

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Za Frequent exposure to HIV/AIDS deaths Frequent exposure to death has become an embedded, inescapable reality in black South African communities. Recent experiences of so-called political deaths have not received due attention from South African social researchers. During the apartheid years, many black people were deprived of the opportunity to mourn their dead and, as Motsemme points out, ‘death without mourning constitutes death without reflexivity’ (2007: 73). In the 1980s there were many mass political funerals – the burials of young men murdered by the state and/ or vigilante groups.

Rather, it requires ridding oneself of the fiction that all black people are good, or indeed the same. The black subject can also no longer be represented without reference to such dimensions as class, gender, sexuality and ethnicity. The mutual political accommodation of the essentially human characteristics (identities) of the various categories of black South Africans may accordingly prove to be one of the crucial aspects determining the future of South Africa. The implication of such a new approach to investigating identity and culture in South Africa is that there are no longer any guarantees in black culture and debate.

The issue of HIV/AIDS and violence is one that needs to be addressed. HIV/AIDS and violence By international standards and more particularly by African standards, South Africa has a relatively sound economy but there are still huge imbalances in poverty levels and inequality. The bald fact is that while there is a rising black middle class, some of whom have accumulated great wealth, the majority of the population, the black people, are poor. Despite government initiatives, unemployment rates are high and many homes still have no access to basic services.

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