Volume Nine, 2011

 

Volume 9 Issue 1

 

Democracy’s Fourth Wave? Ayanda Nyoka

Citizenship, National Identity and Migration: A long walk to social cohesion Vincent Williams

Back to Basics Jan Hofmeyr

Local Elections like Nobody’s Business Kate Lefko-Everett

The re-education of South Africa Tim Murithi

These powers must be kept separate Jan Hofmeyr

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Volume 9 Issue 2

 

‘This place restored my dignity’ Stories of the Solms-Delta farm workers Crystal Orderson

Struggle songs, heritage and reconciliation Cecyl Esau

Employment Equity: Ticking Boxes or True Transformation?

Are we democratic citizens? Ayanda Nyoka

South Africa documents the undocumented Caroline Ruetsch

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Volume 9 Issue 3

 

Take heed of Tutu Tax Fanie du Toit

Diagnosis: We’re still divided Kate Lefko-Everett

Land reform and reconciliation Osiame Molefe

Youth at risk: Growing up with gangs Sharon Vermaak

A trial that should never have been Jan Hofmeyr

An ongoing search for Kenya’s panacea Allan Ngari

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Volume 9 Issue 4

 

EE and AA: Where to from here? Kate Lefko-Everett

A tribunal on apartheid? Rupert Taylor

When pragmatism becomes the only way out Jan Hofmeyr

Looking beyond Institutions: The social fabric of corruption Lucia Tiscornia

South Africa’s rainbow is fading Charlene Houston

Human rights protection still a work in progress Webster Zambara

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