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SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 10, no. 2, 1986

This International Affairs Bulletin contains several articles by various authors. Tom Lodge’s article describes the main decisions of the ANC Conference at Kabwe and relates them to subsequent ANC activity during the rest of the year. Three types ...

The Harare declaration: The ANC's chapter for negotiations

"In August 1989 the African National Congress [ANC], the country's oldest political formation, articulated its proposals for a political settlement and for negotiations aimed at resolving the intractable South African conflict. Known as the Harare...

State and Non-State Actors in South African Public Policy

"This policy brief provides a critical analysis of the role players in South African public policy. The brief argues that the institutional and legal framework of South Africa provides for a democratic and inclusive approach to public policy formu...

South Africa's Opposition Narrows Trust Gap but Still Faces Mixed Perceptions of Vision and Role

"The African National Congress (ANC) has dominated post-apartheid South Africa’s political landscape. Following the 2014 national and provincial elections, the party holds 62% of National Assembly seats and governs eight of the country’s nine prov...

South African Scenarios 2024 : Politics, Violence and Growth in the Rainbow Nation

Three different political, economic and social scenarios is presented in this paper for South Africa until the year 2024. This is one of three publications on the future of South Africa released simultaneously by the Institute for Security Studie...

South Africa: The Next Republic

"The resignation of former president Thabo Mbeki can be seen as the ending of a “First Republic” in democratic South Africa. The liberal left tradition of the governing African National Congress is fading, and the “Second Republic” will be shaped ...

South Africa: The Brazil of Africa

"These notes compare economic and social policy in South Africa with Brazil, as members of the governing African National Congress prepare to elect a new party president. They argue that South Africa has followed a trajectory similar in many respe...

Life beyond BRICS? South Africa’s Future Foreign Policy Interests

South Africa is rapidly approaching the end of Jacob Zuma’s tenure as president of the country. Zuma will likely step down shortly after the election of a new leadership of the African National Congress (ANC) at its December 2017 National Conferen...

A New Chapter Beckons: South Africa at the Crossroads

This paper analyzed the recent developments on the South African political landscape, which marked a rupture from one chapter within an epoch to a new one. To be more explicit, the recent manoeuvres by President Jacob Zuma facilitated the conclusi...

Journal of African Elections Special Issue South Africa’s 2014 Elections

Susan Booysen looks at the ANC’s impact and the various challenges it confronted and focuses on how the spread of the organisation’s electoral support is changing as a result. Sithembele Mbethe ascribes the ANC’s continued decline against the form...

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