Volume Five, 2007

Volume 5 Issue 1, May 2007

What we look for in our future president, Charles Villa-Vicencio

Vol 5 Issue 1‘Majority vs. Minority’ Paradigm Obstructs Transformation, Roelf Meyer

Judicial reform needed to safeguard human rights, Mathews Phosa

Shed holy-cow status before affirmative action can work, Dirk Hermann

The BEE sun must rise before it can set, Loyiso Mbabane

Democracy to the highest bidder, William Gumede

Inclusive governance is as important at home as abroad, Jan Hofmeyr

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Volume 5 Issue 2, August 2007

Prosecutions and mercy, Charles Villa-Vicencio

Vol 5 Issue 2Accurate analysis crucial as high-profile apartheid trials commence, Jan Hofmeyr

Access to state records of repression critical for constructive engagement with the past, Jan Hofmeyr

Corruption: The politics of the belly, Thomas Koelble

Social transformation and the ANC National Policy Conference: The continuation of a delicate balancing act, Zwelethu Jolobe

SA’s Peer Review Mechanism Report: Fact versus perceptions, Ralph Mathekga

Hout Bay Land Settlement: The need for inclusive solutions, Charles Villa-Vicencio

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Volume 5 Issue 3, November 2007

Delivery not the only yardstick for the quality of governance, Jan Hofmeyr

Vol 5 Issue 3Floor-crossing and the danger of politics without principle, Mpumelelo Mkhabela

Local Government: Addressing the disjuncture between policy and outcomes, Alleyne Smith

Breaking the silence about race, Ryland Fisher

In search of a values-based society, Jan Hofmeyr

Ouma Grietjie Adams: Recipient of the 2007 Reconciliation Award, Valdi Van Reenen Le Roux

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Volume 5 Issue 4, December 2007

Socio-economic justice and reconciliation, Charles Villa-Vicencio

Vol 5 Issue 4The Khulumani Lawsuit: Hope for apartheid victims?, Marjory Jobson & Tshepo Madlingozi

Race and reconciliation, Jan Hofmeyr

South African identity and the 2007 Rugby World Cup, Janis van der Westhuizen

Polokwane: A return to the politics of public interest?, Ebrahim Fakir

National reconciliation and the media, Zubeida Jaffer

Southern Sudan: The uneasy peace, Pieter van Gylswyk

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