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Sa-Saz Sca-Sce Scha Sche-Schi Scho Schr-Schw Sci-Sez Sh-Sid Sie-Slo Sma-Smu Sna-Sow Spa-Sta Stea Stee-Stey Sti-Suz Swa-Syz

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SAACE/construction award in mechanical/electrical category: (State Theatre, Pretoria). 1983. Construction Southern Africa, 28(7):39-54.

Sabata, S. 2000. Giants. Unpublished manuscript.

Sachs, Albie 1991. Preparing ourselves for freedom: culture and the ANC constitutional guidelines. The Drama Review, 35(1):187-193.

Sachs, J. 1951. Cape Town scene. Trek, 15(11) – 15(12).

Sachs, J. 1952. The drama festival: the Van Riebeeck Festival in review. Trek, 14(4).

Sagan, Leontine 1940. South Africans have dramatic talent. Outspan, 27(699):29-31. July 19.

Sagan, Leontine 1948. Wenke vir jong toneelspelers. Huisgenoot, 32(1360):19. April 16.

Sagan, Leontine 1950a. Actor’s talent. Trek, 14(1):18-19.

Sagan, Leontine 1950b. Drama en die skool: liefde vir die toneel kan reeds by ons jeug aangekweek word. Huisgenoot, 34(1454):7. February 3.

Sagan, Leontine 1996. Lights & Shadows The Autobiography of Leontine Sagan, edited and introduced by Loren Kruger. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.

Saks, David (ed.). 2006. South African Jews in the Theatre. Houghton: South African Jewish Board of Deputies.

Salomon, Elsie 1933-34. Elocution and dramatic art in South Africa, in Knox, W.H. (ed.). The Arts in South Africa. Durban: Knox. 199-201.

Salter, Denis 2004. Exile, Return and the New South Africa - An interview with Anthony Akerman. (Part 1 in 1996 and part 2 in 2003). South African Theatre Journal, 18: 257-276.

Salzwedel, I. 2006a. Agter die voetligte: Suid-Afrikaans (Wena Naudé; Lydia Lindeque; Mathilde Hanekom; André Huguenet; Hendrik Hanekom). Die Taalgenoot, 32(1):23-24.

Salzwedel, I. 2006b. Pieter Fourie die mens. Rooi Rose, Mei: 35.

Salzwedel, I. 2009. Ruimhartig: beeld van 'n vrou. (Trudie Taljaard) Rooi Rose, 67(9): , September.

Sampson 2004. Fugard at The Fountain. American Theatre, 21(6):94.

Sand du Plessis Theatre. 1985. Scenaria, (55) 5-20..

Sand du Plessis Theatre, Bloemfontein. 1986. Architect and Builder, 8-13. October.

Sanders, Robbin 1979. The Blood Knot, by Athol Fugard. Reviewed in: Speak, (6):44.

Sanderson, B. 1986. Costume designer. My Career, 37(3):249-252.

Sandoval, Enrique 1986. The Metaphoric Style in Politically Censored Theatre. Edmonton, AB: Concordia University.

Sandra Prinsloo: ‘n top aktrise. 1978. Sarie, 29(25):50-53. June 14.

Sarinjeive Devi 1990. Fugard's Situations: An Existentialist Study of Selected Plays of Athol Fugard 1958-1972. Dissertation Abstracts International [serial online]. September 1990;51(3):848A.

Sarinjeive Devi 2001. Athol Fugard's dramatic representation and gender politics, in Lokangaka, Losambi & Sarinjeive Devi (eds.). Pre-colonial and Post-colonial Theatre in Africa. Claremont, South Africa: New Africa Education. 128-139.

Sarkin, Daniella 1998. Performance art is an effective site for the exploration of a feminist discourse, the female psyche, and an explosive space in which to challenge the status quo. Unpublished master’s thesis. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand.

Sassen, R. 2000. Mirroring a world gone mad : Beckmann and Kentridge : research. De Arte, 21(61):24-46.

SATJ interviews Ian Steadman, winner 1987 Vita Award for Theatre Research. South African Theatre Journal, 1(2):78-81.

Saunders, Walter G. 1972. Hart Crane: a brief critical and biographical essay. Unisa English Studies, 10(3): 6-42. September.



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Sa-Saz Sca-Sce Scha Sche-Schi Scho Schr-Schw Sci-Sez Sh-Sid Sie-Slo Sma-Smu Sna-Sow Spa-Sta Stea Stee-Stey Sti-Suz Swa-Syz

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