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Africanism on the march: old ideas, new directions

This brief report describes the revival of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania at a recent Consultative Conference in Harare where the organisation’s leadership held talks with delegates from inside South Africa. The conference is partly a cons...

The Rhodesian Constitutional dispute: Black majority rule or meritocracy?

Black Africa’s association of colonial rule with special protection of minorities and with refusal to acknowledge the rightful claims of the majority has had unfortunate long-term consequences for whites in Africa. Constitutional proposals reservi...

The Impact of Nelson Mandela's Tour of the United States

This brief report contains brief assessments of Nelson Mandela’s American visit by four American analysts. The visit was a resounding success. Mandela had achieved the following: prevented moves to lift sanctions, enhanced the credibility of the A...

South Africa and negotiations: new hope or false dawn?

This brief reports describes the dramatically changed political landscape in South Africa. Since early August, there have been a number of statements by both sides which indicate a desire to end the South African conflict even though the parties r...

Positioning Civil Society Post Polokwane: Coming to Terms with ANC Political Leadership Changes

"The introduction of this report provides an overview of the research objectives and a discussion of research methods and limitations to the study. This is followed by a theoretical discussion defining the project’s understanding of civil society ...

Why is this Election different from all others? ANC, COPE and the way forward

"The election is different from all others because it is overshadowed by a range of other factors inside the ANC, particularly fears and defections. At the same time the election will not provide an adequate indication of the potential strength an...

More Continuity Than Change? Reconfiguring Relations between ANC and Civil Society Post-Polokwane

"The material in this Policy Brief is drawn largely from this research, and opinions cited emanate from the interviews on which the research was based. The discussion interrogates perceptions of the nature and extent to which the ANC has revised i...

Winners and Losers: Thoughts on South Africa's 4th Democratic Elections and future prospects

"A question to ask is: what mistakes can the ANC make that might earn the ire of voters? The unseemly infighting and factions, which were obvious before the elections, would have driven many voters to vote elsewhere. These and further key issues a...

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