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Research outputs: POLITICS
Zimbabwe's current restructuring of land and resource ownership has not only been violent and coercive, but also disorganised and divisive. ...
Assembling academics, journalists, researchers and analysts, the State of the Nation: South Africa 2007 volume will provide much fuel for de...
This paper argues that the ANC has historically followed a moderate route - embracing tradition, whilst denouncing tribalism. Yet, this did...