Volume Seven, 2009

Volume 7 Issue 1, June 2009

Accountability remains key to TRC pardons process Fanie du Toit, Hugo van der Merwe & Rebecca Murdoch

June 2009Reconciliation and the Zuma Presidency Jan Hofmeyr

The highest (double) standards? The need for clarity after the Zuma trial Thomas Koelble

Dalai Lama Debacle: Finding the balance between politics, pragmatism and principle Mpumelelo Mkhabela

Focus on Southern Sudan: Success of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement remains critical Friederike Bubenzer

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Volume 7 Issue 2, August 2009

No black and white answers in the stand-off between the AU and the ICC Fanie du Toit

Vol 7 Issue 2The limits of a liberation legacy William Gumede

Priorities for a president, Kate Lefko-Everett

Policy vs. identity: what drives the South African electorate?, Collette Schulz-Herzenberg

Symbols of our nationhood, Khaya Dlanga

The reconciliation rollercoaster: lessons on the journey to a non-racial society, Valdi van Reenen-Le Roux

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Volume 7 Issue 3, October 2009

South Africa’s reconciliation process needs to produce more justice, Fanie du Toit

Vol 7 Issue 3Choose a board, choose a future, Anton Harber

South Africa: one of the worst places for refugees, Kaajal Ramjathan-Keogh

Selecting judges to transform our law, Hugh Corder

Social cohesion in a changing climate, Michelle Pressend

Preventing dislocation?, Marian Matshikiza

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Volume 7 Issue 4, December 2009

Institutionalising reconciliation is an urgent priority, Fanie du Toit

Batons or Ballots? Pursuing active citizenship and an interactive state, Kate Lefko-Everett

Reconciliation in a human rights framework, Jody Kollapen

Negotiating a desired future for Cradock, Cecyl Esau

Shine Centre: Recipient of the 2008 Reconciliation Award, Gabriella Sacramone-Lutz

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