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  • The Bauernmission and the ironies of colonialism : the religio-cultural legacy of the Bauernsiedlung Philippi 

    Rabe, Lizette (Sabinet, 2009-11)
    The German immigrants who formed the three "waves" of Germans to settle at Philippi in the Western Cape (South Africa) in the 19th century, and their descendants, contributed not only to the agricultural well-being of the ...
  • Certain milestones in the history of Lutheran congregations of the German immigrants to the Philippi flats : 1877-2007 

    Rabe, Lizette (Sabinet, 2007-11)
    The year 2007 marks the 130th commemoration of the arrival of the so-called Second Wave of German immigrants to the Western Cape, specifically to the Cape Flats, while New Year's Day 2007 commemorated the 120th year of ...
  • 'Eva-lusie' : die vrouestem in Suid-Afrikaanse media 

    Rabe, Lizette (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2001-09)
    In April vanjaar was 51% van Suid-Afrikaanse internetgebruikers vroue, teenoor 38% in Maart 1999 (Women now, 2001). Die gevolgtrekking kan dus gemaak word dat die geslag van gebruikers van die internet - die sogenaamde ...
  • Gender setting 

    Rabe, Lizette (Rhodes University, 2003-09)
    Once beginner-journalists enter newsrooms, time for reflection on the challenges of their profession is a luxury due to the pressures of deadlines and delivering to those deadlines. Thus a beginner-journalist needs to ...
  • Glass ceiling, concrete ceiling 

    Rabe, Lizette (Rhodes University, 2006-09)
    What at are the realities facing women journalists, specifically senior women, in South African newsrooms? What do they identify as obstacles, and which strategies can be implemented to redress the situation? This was the ...
  • Living history - the story of Adderley Streets flower sellers 

    Rabe, Lizette (Sabinet, 2010-06)
    Cape Town is probably synonymous with Table Mountain. But one of the colourful scenes at the foot of the mountain may also be described as synonymous with the city: Adderley Street's "famous" flower market. Yet, although ...
  • Matriarch Julaiga and the story of a flower dynastys struggles 

    Rabe, Lizette (Sabinet, 2011-11)
    Julaiga Gomez is a typical example of one of the matriarchs in the history of the Cape flower selling tradition. Herself a third generation flower seller, she is currently the head of a flower selling dynasty consisting ...
  • 'n Kultuurhistoriese studie van die Duitse Nedersetting Philippi op die Kaapse Vlakte 

    Rabe, Lizette (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 1994-12)
    Up to the arrival of the so-called "Second Wave" of German settlers to the Cape, the cape Flats was to a great extent uninhabited because it was seen as an inhospitable semi-desert. The colonial Government of the late ...
  • Ontstaan en ontwikkeling van Sarie Marais as massatydskrif vir die Afrikaanse vrou 

    Rabe, Lizette (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 1985-12)
    Toe Sarie uiteindelik in 1949 letterlik die lig op straat gesien het was sy die vierde volwaardige Afrikaanse vrouetydskrif en die eerste wat die vrou se lewe in alle fasette gedek het, soos in hierdie verhandeling aangetoon ...
  • The Philippi German Agricultural Association — 125 years of organised agriculture on the Cape Flats 

    Rabe, Lizette (Sabinet, 2012-06)
    The Philippi Agricultural Association, one of South Africa's oldest agricultural associations, celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2010. This association of Philippi, the Western Cape's "Vegetable Pantry", was established ...
  • Reflections on mapping the curriculum : towards Afro-humanist values in identifying 'new basics' in South African journalism 

    Rabe, Lizette (Rhodes University, 2005)
    A new location for journalism education and training is argued to be within the spheres of an Afro-humanist philosophy and culture. In this philosophy and culture, the concern for human welfare, dignity and values ...
  • So jung sehen wir uns nimmer wieder. Segswyses as uitdrukking van identiteit in die Lutherse setlaarsgemeenskap by Philippi 

    Rabe, Lizette (Sabinet, 2005-11)
    Manner of speech as expression of identity is still an important element that differentiates the descendants of German settlers to Philippi on the Cape Flats from other language communities. Today's mainly Afrikaans speaking ...
  • Stellenbosch Media Forum 2003 

    De Swardt, Salie; Moos, Ainsley; Froneman, Johannes; Wrottesley, Stephen; Shaikh, Mohamed; Pelesa, Mmuso; Sidego, Conrad; Ansell, Gwen; Van Zyl, Lizma; De Beer, A.S.; Mchunu, Sandile; Wiese, Tobie; Rabe, Lizette; Pestana, Cathy; Jordaan, Willem; Joubert, Jan-Jan; Nxasana, Sizwe; Kruger, Anne; Hoffman, Gerjo; Wasserman, Herman; Binge, Herman; Du Plessis, Tim; Booyens, Bun; Malan, Mia; Van der Vyfer, Marita (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2003)
    "Die sorgsame inagneming van die geskiedenis is deel van sy verantwoordelikheid. Maar terselfdertyd is vernuwing dwingend deel van sy taak," skryf die kanselier, prof. Elize Botha, in die Universiteit van Stellenbosch se ...
  • Taal as identiteit - die Duitse Afrikaanssprekende gemeenskap Philippi 

    Rabe, Lizette (Sabinet, 2003-11)
    How did it happen that a community speak Afrikaans, yet they are not "Afrikaners", nor identify themselves with being "Afrikaans"? The home language of the descendants of the German settlers from the mid to late nineteenth ...
  • Treu Deutsch alle Wege - cultural identity and the German community of Philippi 

    Rabe, Lizette (Sabinet, 2008-11)
    At a time when the notion of identity seems to be a burning issue on the South African national agenda as attempts are made to redefine the country's post-94 identity in a multilingual and multicultural society, it might ...
  • What is enough change 

    Rabe, Lizette (Rhodes University, 2010-07)
    I am putting the final touches to this piece a day after the shockwaves of the murder of South Africa’s very own ET, Eugène Terre’Blanche, moved like a tsunami over the South African landscape. Looking at this ...