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Title:South Africa after apartheid: policies and challenges of the democratic transition
Editor:Pallotti, ArrigoISNI
Year:2016
ISSN:1574-6925
Issue:17
Pages:265
Language:English
Series:Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies
City of publisher:Leiden
Publisher:Brill
ISBN:9789004325593; 9789004326736
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:social development
social conditions
democratization
gender inequality
land reform
international relations
Abstract:This collective volume takes stock of post-apartheid South African politics relevant to the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM). It looks at social development, focusing on political processes and debates around gender, HIV/AIDS and religion, addresses land issues and examines South Africa's regional relations. Contributions: Part 1: The changing fabric of society. 'A luta continua!': democracy, elections and governance in South Africa, 1994-2014 (Ulf Engel); The uneven journey towards gender equality during the twenty years of South African democracy (Roberta Pellizzoli); AIDS activism and the state in post-apartheid South Africa at twenty (Mandisa Mbali); From apartheid to the 'rainbow nation': changing multiculturalisms in South Africa, 1994-2014 (Preben Kaarsholm). Part 2: The land question. Dispossession, black South African land ownership and restitution in historical perspective, 1913-1948 and beyond (Harvey M. Feinberg); The South African land reform since 1994: policies, debates, achievements (Mario Zamponi); Elusive or illusory? Property relations and the constraints on rights to land for South African farm labour (Nancy Andrew); Does it matter? Reflections on twenty years of land reform (Cherryl Walker). Part 3: South Africa in Southern Africa. South African influence in Zimbabwe: from destabilization in the 1980s to liberation war solidarity in the 2000s (Timothy Scarnecchia and David Moore); 'Forged in the Trenches'? The ANC and SWAPO: aspects of a relationship (Chris Saunders); Twenty years after: post-apartheid South Africa, the BRICS and Southern Africa (Arrigo Pallotti and Lorenzo Zambernardi); South Africa and the Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation: the dialectic between 'national' and 'regional' safety and security? [ASC Leiden abstract]
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