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Research outputs: RECONCILIATION

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2020 Nelson Mandela: the troublemaker

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela is remembered equally for his single-minded determination and his commitment to reconciliation difficult qualities...

2016 Rethinking reconciliation: evidence from South Africa

This book brings together leading social scientists and researchers to critically interrogate the success of the reconciliatory project, usi...

2015 Disrupting the interruptions: re-considering Ubuntu, reconciliation and rehumanization

Human beings are potentially active, conscious agents capable of knowing and transforming their worlds. Although the end of colonialism and ...

2015 Ubuntu, koinonia and diakonia, a way to reconciliation in South Africa?

This article seeks to contribute to the process of reconciliation in South Africa. This is achieved by firstly exploring the meaning of ubun...

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