Conversely, Nowra's attempts to 'deracialise
' the screenplay--for example by cutting all 'references to the women's Aboriginality' (22)--and thus making it something which is seen rather than spoken--are less successful and valuable.
As a function of historical circumstances, state power in Africa, has been conceptualised in ways that seek to democratise the state, rebuild state capacity, strengthen trade and industrial capacity, develop science and technological capacities, extend social security for vulnerable groups, as well as "deracialise
patterns of ownership and control of wealth; to reconfigure the distribution of national resources in favour of the poor..." (ANC 2007: para 6.1).
Most importantly, his language suggests that he would very much like to deracialise
the issue of immigration - to treat it like any other question of political and economic management.
(14) When a third centre for training black medical students opened in 1951--the Natal Medical School that aimed to train 35 - 40 black doctors annually--Xuma argued that the school should not substitute for medical training abroad, and insisted that this foreign training did not deracialise
blacks (as some critics had alleged), in the sense that they would wish to treat white patients on their return.
The South Africa/Africa leadership thesis originated in South Africa and has been presented by both the ruling elite and local academics since the apartheid government announced its decision to deracialise
South African politics.
Speaking at a conference in Ladywood, Birmingham, Mr Phillips also praised Tory leader David Cameron for attempting to "deracialise
" the issue of immigration.
Following from this, the notion of the corporate middle class, as opposed to the petty bourgeoisie, is adopted here in order to appreciate the nuances of the contradictory class location of African managers within post-apartheid workplaces and communities as underpinned by a need to deracialise
Black economic empowerment, which seeks to deracialise
the economy and broaden economic empowerment, is a social transformation and legal reality.
'lot of people who were involved in public health became very involved in policies around health, contributing to how we were going to unify a health system, how we were going to deracialise
it, how we were going to make it more primary-care based ...
The removal of draconian laws does not automatically deracialise
space and in the shifting landscape of redefinition space retains a political identity, albeit a fluid one.
(19.) Cynical scholars in the domains of cultural studies and the politics of language would probably comment that moves to deracialise
Afrikaans in an attempt to retain it as a high-function language in South Africa is an example of supreme irony.
The one-city concept was one kind of a move to deracialise
cities so that the barrier concomitant with the 'evil' of separate development was sterilised.