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Grütter, Wilhelm 1968a. Interview: Peter Kleinschmidt - the ideal critic. Teater SA, 1(1):22-23.

Grütter, Wilhelm 1968b. Stadig maar seker - die Nico Malan-skouburg. Teater SA, 1(1):7-9.

Grütter, Wilhelm 1968c. Who is Yvonne Bryceland anyway? Teater SA, 1(2):5.

Grundy, Kenneth 1993. The Politics of the National Arts Festival. Occasional Paper, (34). Grahamstown: Rhodes University Institute for Social and Economic Research.

Grundy, Kenneth 1994. The politics of South Africa’s National Arts Festival: small engagements in the bigger campaign. African Affairs, 93(372):387-409.

Grundy, Kenneth 1994. Quasi-state censorship in South Africa: the performing arts councils and polticized theatre. Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society, 24(3):241-257.

Guillemaut, Alf 1996. Market theatret. ProScen, 20(4):6-11.

Guillemaut, Alf 1997. Tarzan – en teaterarbetare med rätt att fixa. [Tarzan – a theatre-worker with license to fix]. ProSen, 21(2):9-11.

Guldimann, Colette 1996. The (black) male gaze: Mbongeni Ngema’s Sarafina! South African Theatre Journal, 10(2):85-99.

Gunner, E. 1982. New wine in old bottles: Imagery in the izibongo of the Zulu Zionist prophet, Isaiah Shembe. Anthropolical Society of Oxford Journal. 13,99-108.

Gunner, E. 1984. Ukubonga Nezibongo: Zulu Praising and Praises. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. London: School of Oriental and African Studies: University of London.

Gunner, E. 1989b. Songs of innocence and experience: Women as composers and performers of “Izibongo”, Zulu praise poetry, in Clayton, C. (ed.). Women and Writing in South Africa. Marshalltown: Heinemann. 12-39.

Gunner, E. 1989. Orality and literacy: dialogue and silence, in Barber, K. & De Moraes Farias, P.F. (eds.). Discourse and Its Disguises: The Interpretation of African Oral Texts. Birmingham: Birmingham University Press. 49-56.

Gunner, Liz 1990. Introduction: forms of popular culture and the struggle for space. Journal of Southern African Studies, 16:199-206.

Gunner, Liz (ed.)1994. Politics and Performance: Theatre, Poetry and Song in Southern Africa. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.

Gunner, Liz 1995. Remaking the warrior? The role of orality in the liberation struggle and in post-apartheid South Africa. Currrent Writing, 7(2):19-30.

Gunner, Liz 2005. Supping with the devil: Zulu radio drama under Apartheid—the case of Alexius Buthelezi. Social Identities, 11(2):161-169.

Gunundu, O.T. 1994. Space in Xhosa drama: a study of 4 texts. Unpublished honours thesis. Bloemfontein: University of the Orange Free State.

Gurtin, W. 1950. Lecture on drama. Farmer, 39(15):22. April 14.

Gussow, Mel 1982. Profile: Witness (Athol Fugard). New Yorker, 20 Dec.:47-94.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940a. Afrikaans theatre. Forum, 3(25):17. September 14.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940b. Afrikaans theatre. Forum, 3(27):17. September 28.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940c. Cut out the cackle. The South African Theatre, Music and Dance, 1(2):14-15.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940d. Effects of the war. Forum, 3(35):17. November 23.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940e. Leontine Sagan continues to make bricks without straw. Forum, 3(38):18-19. December 14.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940f. Renaissance of theatre in South Africa. (Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies in Major Barbara produced by Leontine Sagan). Forum, 3(29):17. October 12.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940g. Shakespeare [Twelfth Night] captivates public: amateurs rise to histrionic heights. Forum, 3(38):18. December 14.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940h. Theatre left to languish [for want of theatres]. Forum, 3(32):17. November 2.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940i. Two important arrivals for the stage (Henry Mollison and Lina Basquette in Private Lives). Forum, 2(48):19.February 24.

Gutsche, Thelma 1940j. War and amateur theatricals. (Group theatre, Johannesburg Repertory Players). Forum, 2(47):22. February 17.

Gutsche, Thelma 1941a. Army entertainment. Forum, 4(39):17. December 27.

Gutsche, Thelma 1941b. Audiences applaud Puppet’s party by M. Mason. Forum, 4(33):18. November 15.

Gutsche, Thelma 1941c. Children take the stage [Alice in Wonderland]. Forum, 4(38):18. December 20.

Gutsche, Thelma 1941d. End of a tour. Forum, 4(31):18. November 1.

Gutsche, Thelma 1941e. New shows and a new theatre. Forum, 4(32):18. November 8.

Gutsche, Thelma 1942a. Afrikaans drama. Forum, 4(40):18. January 3.

Gutsche, Thelma 1942b. Afrikaans stage production receives a beneficial opportunity. Forum, 4(45): 19. February 7.

Gutsche, Thelma 1942c. Pioneers of the Afrikaans stage. The Forum, 5(1):18. April 4.

Gutsche, Thelma 1945. Treffende gedagtes oor die toneel in Suid-Afrika. Filma, 2(4):6-7.

Gutsche, Thelma 1946. The English speaking theatre in South Africa, in Rose, B.W. & Greenlees, M. (eds.). South African Panorama : Introducing South Africa, Her Art, Culture, and Peoples. Johannesburg : Literary Guild. 21ff.

Gutsche, Thelma 1947. Hamlet produced in Afrikaans. Outspan, 41(1057):26-27. March 30.

Gutsche, Thelma 1970. Theatrical history. Standard Encyclopedia of South Africa. Cape Town: Nasou. 10:475-481.

Gutsche, Thelma 1973. Survey, in Lennox-Short, Alan. English and South Africa. Cape Town: Nasou. 83-85.

Gutsche, Thelma 1975. Vaudeville and Music-hall. Standard Encyclopaedia of Southern Africa. 1975. Cape Town : NASOU. 11:179-181.

Gwala, Mafika (ed.). 1974. Black Review 1973. Durban: Black Community Programmes.

Gwala, Mafika 1973. Towards a national theatre. South African Outlook, 103:131-133.

Gwala, Mafika and Gunner, Liz (eds) 1991. Musho! Zulu Popular Praises. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.



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