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It found the NEUM totally marginalised and ineffectual to respond to the uprising. It was characterised as anti-Socialist.

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His first tactic was linguistic: Point seven in the ten point programme became a major source of conflict. There appeared to be none of their stature able to take their place. The new situation required a radical rethink of the aims and objectives of the organisation that seemed becalmed in the ideology of the past.

Jaffe declined to follow suit and made the NEF his kindergarten. But to support his pro-Serbian stand, Jaffe had no difficulty in finding the necessary corroboration. Jaffe thus propounded something quite ajffe for a mathematician, a two hosda triangle!

Coupled with this there was the weapon of the boycott.


Hosea Jaffe (Author of A History of Africa)

Up to this time Kies kept his silence, but when Jaffe expressed the view that the time had come to abandon the basic 3 pillar structure, Kies rose to defend the organisational form he regarded as an article of faith.

This was not countenanced. Not all have stood the test of time. It was fallacious to speak of multi-racialism, which was a contradiction in terms. Tax records show that conversions were slow. They needed a more elementary grounding in the ideas of the movement. Ever since then it became politically correct to use the term in inverted commas.

There had only been one lecture, and the more pointed criticism, that the oral delivery differed substantially from the published one. From the time Jaffe expressed this in it became customary to speak of so-called Coloureds, so-called Africans, etc.

Jaffeism was the choice invective hurled by the disciples of Mr Tabata. His views were definitive on all questions; his pronouncements became part of Josea lore. Mr Tabata declared the analysis static and undialectical.

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On the 21st Marchthe massacre of Sharpeville occurred. Veracity is again called into question, when Jaffe asserts:.

Non-collaboration — the refusal to participate in or work the instruments of their own oppression, became a cardinal feature of the movement. Wessels led the group insisting that we meet the challenge head-on.

An attempt was even made to run study groups to teach the basics of Marxism, but which was discontinued for fear of possible infiltration by the security police. Somehow Apartheid South Africa survived its worst crisis. Jaffe proceeds next to extol the excellence of The New Hosez Fellowship. jxffe


Sharpeville rocked the Herrenvolk state as never before. Jaffe monitored the Hungarian uprising of In response to jzffe and as one who had been directly and actively involved in the organisation from toI hope to shed some light on the movement which I believe made a significant imprint on the liberation struggle.

Oral history interview with Hosea Jaffe [Part 1 of 3]

That radical statement was by none other than Mr Jaffe himself. The Parent-Teacher Movement that grew in the period from to was a particularly glorious stage in the work of the NEUM, in which all members including Jaffe played sterling roles.

We could hardly refuse the request despite a suspicion that Tabata wished to create his own power base. Their passing at a critical time when the political log-jam was beginning to crack was a grievous blow.

To combat these divisions among the population groups the NEUM instituted the federal structure consisting of Three Pillars aimed at eventually uniting the three groups: Jaffe cited the Josea revolution where the peasants had seized the manorial estates, during the uprising and thereafter were granted title deeds.