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Language, Ethnicity, and Media in South Africa - Radio soundings: South Africa and the Black Modern By Liz Gunner. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2019. Pp. 227. $105.00, hardcover (ISBN: 9781108470643); $28.99, paperback (ISBN: 9781108456357); $20.33, e-book (ISBN: 9781108662253).

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 April 2022

Tanja Bosch*
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University of Cape Town

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1 Gunner, L., ‘Wrestling with the present, beckoning to the past: contemporary Zulu radio drama’, Journal of Southern African Studies, 26:2 (2000), 223–37CrossRefGoogle Scholar; Gunner, L., ‘Exile and the Diasporic voice: Bloke Modisane's BBC Radio plays 1969–1987’, Current writing: text and reception in Southern Africa, 15:2 (2003), 4962CrossRefGoogle Scholar; Gunner, L. et al. , Radio in Africa: Publics, cultures, communities (Johannesburg, 2012)Google Scholar; Gunner, L., ‘Soft masculinities, isicathamiya and radio’, Journal of Southern African Studies, 40:2 (2014), 343–60CrossRefGoogle Scholar; Gunner, L., ‘The man from where? Ukhozi FM and new identities on radio in South Africa’, Journal of African Media Studies, 9:1 (2017), 6175CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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Language, Ethnicity, and Media in South Africa - Radio soundings: South Africa and the Black Modern By Liz Gunner. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2019. Pp. 227. $105.00, hardcover (ISBN: 9781108470643); $28.99, paperback (ISBN: 9781108456357); $20.33, e-book (ISBN: 9781108662253).
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Language, Ethnicity, and Media in South Africa - Radio soundings: South Africa and the Black Modern By Liz Gunner. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2019. Pp. 227. $105.00, hardcover (ISBN: 9781108470643); $28.99, paperback (ISBN: 9781108456357); $20.33, e-book (ISBN: 9781108662253).
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