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Research outputs: APARTHEID
Place identity studies have attracted considerable interest in South Africa because of its history of separate racial development. However, ...
In opposition to the smug claims of some South African thought leaders that unlike in other multiracial nations such as Brazil and the autho...
2017 When the state fails: the role of the Khulumani support group in obtaining reparations for victims of apartheid
It is argued that one should not look at the state as the sole actor capable of delivering justice in transitional and post-transitional con...