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Transitional politics in South Africa: From confrontation to democracy

"This paper is concerned with the politics of transition in South Africa, which is defined as the movement away from apartheid and minority domination towards some form of democracy. This movement is characterised by a process of phased negotiatio...

In Zimbabwe, Tolerance Crosses Ethnic, Religious, National - but not Sexual - Lines

"Given Zimbabwe’s diversity of ethnic, religious, national, political, and social backgrounds, peace and stability would be unthinkable without some degree of tolerance for those who are different. On some fronts, the country has struggled with in...

Xenophobia Trivialises South Africa's Ambitious Africa Policy

"South Africa’s grand transition and re-integration into international affairs under former president Nelson Mandela gave the country the moral resources to lead in Africa. An exceptional transition of domestic tolerance and a declared commitment...

Pour une Veritable Concertation sur les Enjeux et Objectifs d'une Reforme Fonciere au Senegal / Towards real Dialogue on the Issues and Objectives of Land Reform in Senegal

"Senegal’s National Domain Law was passed in 1964 with the aim of ensuring all citizens standardised management of and equal access to land. This law was not, however, without its limitations, which have had negative consequences on the country’s ...

The Rights of Vulnerable and Marginalized Groups in South Africa

The Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR), Cape Town, South Africa, and the Johannesburg-based Foundation for Human Rights (FHR) hosted three public dialogues in Cape Town, on 23 April 2018 on “Ending Violence Against Women in South Africa: Disru...

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