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Research outputs: UBUNTU
A consolidated democracy requires strong and robust citizen participation in setting a foreign policy agenda and goals. There is an abundanc...
2020 Transitional justice
This chapter discusses and assesses transitional justice through an assessment of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). ...Download this report
2019 Interrogating the public good versus private good dichotomy: 'black tax' as a higher education public good
The perceived dichotomy between public or private benefits to higher education remains of growing interest in higher education research and ...Download this report
The Constitution of Namibia (1990) guarantees the freedom to practise any religion, a sentiment also expressed in the Education Act (2001) f...