South African Drumbeats

December 1952
Time;12/15/1952, Vol. 60 Issue 23, p61
The article reports on the popularity of the magazine "The African Drum" in South Africa in 1952. Magazines and newspapers were not common in Johannesburg but Africans and other people of color in the city would buy "The African Drum." Among the topics being featured by the magazine were crime, disease, and poverty.


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