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SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 10, no. 3, 1986

This International Affairs Bulletin contains three articles by various authors. Andre du Pisani’s article isolates, identifies and describes the features of South Africa’s policies towards Namibia, which are regional in scope and intention and ca…

SAIIA Newsletter vol. 6, no. 1, 1974

The first article is the report of the National Chairman, Dr. Leif Egeland, to the Biennial Meeting of the National Executive Council on 14 March 1974. Henry Olivier’s article describes the significance of Cabora Bassa for Southern Africa. Its shor…

SAIIA Newsletter No. 4, 1972

This newsletter contains five articles by various authors. Dr. W. Pfeiffenberger’s article deals with questions concerning South Africa’s relations with the UN, the competence of the latter according to the UN Charter, the political implications …

Can South Africa move beyond race?

The focus of this paper is the racial problems still in existence in South Africa after the 1994 elections. A comparison of race relations in South Africa, Brazil and the United States is justified with regard to similarities and differences. The p…

Continuity and change in South Africa's present and future foreign policy

This occasional paper concerns questions relating to the domestic political, economic and social character of the post-apartheid state, examines a number of assumptions commonly held about South Africa’s foreign policy in the post-apartheid period, …

South Africa at the crossroads: Responding to the winds of change

The document concerns African nationalism and assesses the ability of South Africa’s present regime to resist it. South Africa is virtually isolated and condemned by the world for its racial policies. Thus far, its basic response has been increasing…

Apartheid Grand Corruption Assessing the Scale of Crimes of Profit from 1976 to 1994

"This report attempts to document and describe instances of corruption that we know took place during apartheid and in particular, during the period 1976–1994. Through documented evidence and testimonies of those who have information about this pe…

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 57

The Southern Africa Record contains the following text: Speeches by the president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, President Fidel Castro from Cuba in Angola relating to the Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution and Hidipo Hamukenya from Swapo on Namibia. …

US-SA Relations after Mandela

US-SA relations are at an important juncture. Sub-Sahara maters to the US government for four reasons, namely National security, Politics, Economy and health. This update focuses on the relationship between SA and US and is looking at the future fo…

SA Reconciliation Barometer Survey: 2021 Report

The 2021 South African Reconciliation Barometer (SARB), a nationally representative public-opinion survey conducted regularly by the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR), aims to provide a measure of several aspects of public opinion. The …

Post-1994 South Africa: Better than Apartheid, but few Gains in Socioeconomic Conditions

"Since South Africa’s transition from apartheid to democracy in 1994, the government’s development plans have focused on redressing racial inequalities in socioeconomic outcomes. The National Development Plan 2030 highlights broadened access to educ…

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