South Africa in Focus: Economic, Political & Social Issues

    In 1994, South Africa's image in the world changed instantaneously from the polecat to that of being a model. The intensity of the societal conflict in the run-up to 1994, and the nature of the post-1994 societal reconstruction focused the attention of the whole world on South Africa. The societal changes have been of a social, economic, political and educational nature; the foundation of which had been laid by a Constitution and a Bill of Human Rights widely hailed as one of the most progressive in the world. After almost two decades, the time is ripe for an assessment. This book offers nine essays written by scholars who are recognised authorities in their fields of expertise, critically surveying some aspects of that societal reconstruction project.

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    Number of Pages: 253
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9781626185821
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    Listed in: African history, From c 1945 to c 2000, Social & cultural history
    Publisher: Nova Science Publishers Inc

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