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This book unfolds the African dance climate in Cape Town, South Africa.
It comments on the social traditional dance environment from gender, race, culture, tradition, township and socio-political structures of South Africa.
This research is informative and inspiring, it will be helpful to African dance research fratirnity as it showcases that African dance is not stagnant.
It transforms and evolve with culture.
By reading this book you will understand South Africa's apartheid and post-apartheid' contribution to African dance and how elitism still exist directly or indirectly.
The land scape of the traditional dance in the rural areas as indigenous practice is explored in this book in relation to domestication of urban industrial backdrop of blackness.
This book offers an opportunity to tap into African dance as a subject in Cape Town schools and the gap between High Schools and Tertiary institutions.
In all one will understand gather information concerning the new African dance of the 21st century which is contemporal and why it is favoured mostly in the urban areas.
Written by Maxwell Xolani Rani
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