Volume One, 2003

Volume 1 Issue 1, April 2003

Vol 1 Issue 1Reconciliation as politics, Charles Villa-Vicencio

Stakes high in litigation against big business, Dumisa Ntsebeza

How much has changed since 1994?, SA Reconciliation Barometer

Bucking all trends, SA Reconciliation Barometer

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Volume 1 Issue 2, June 2003

Post-apartheid youth: where to?, Zubeida Jaffer

Vol 1 Issue 2Youth push up the mercury, Karin Lombard

The new generation of ‘born-frees’, Vukani Mde

‘The host’ who welcomes ‘the other’, Amanda Gouws

Maties needs some soul-searching, Taryn Cohn

Will they wear the South African jersey with pride?, Brian O’Connell

From a parents’ point of view, Xolela Mangcu

A new tribe: Kenyan youth in transition, Zubeida Jaffer

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Volume 1 Issue 3, October 2003

Political parties – an obstacle to reconciliation?, Zubeida Jaffer

Vol 1 Issue 3Party politics dividing South Africa – major survey finding, Karin Lombard

Race, class and… party politics in South Africa: The expanding big league of divisive factors, Susan Booysen

The ANC misses a trick, Vincent Maphai

Race, class or HIV/AIDS?, Nicoli Nattrass

Political parties – will they help divide or reconcile?, Judith February

The Boeremag, Pearlie Joubert

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Volume 1 Issue 4, December 2003

Vol 1 Issue 4Statistics together with anecdotes tell the SA race story, Zubeida Jaffer

Half of SA: no contact with other races, Karin Lombard

Reconciliation in Hout Bay, Zubeida Jaffer

Some optimism about the future of race relations, Karin Lombard

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