Volume Three, 2005

Volume 3 Issue 1, May 2005

Overcoming the apartheid city in Ethekwini, Richard Ballard

Vol 3 Issue 1Race-space in Johannesburg: Dynamic or static?, Keith Beavon

Race, poverty and politics in the Tshwane Metropole, Janis Grobbelaar & Kammila Naidoo

‘Race’ and urban life in Cape Town, Zimitri Erasmus

Cape Town and the politics of presence, Cheryl Hendricks & Jan Hofmeyr

Dialogues or monologues: The state of inter-group communication in four South African cities, SA Reconciliation Barometer

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Volume 3 Issue 2, October 2005

The young and voiceless?: Youth perceptions about the responsiveness of their leaders, SA Reconciliation Barometer

Vol 3 Issue 2The transition generation: Political orientations of young South Africans, Jan Hofmeyr

Dealing with difference: Views of SA youth on racial integration, Jan Hofmeyr

Revealing the presence of the past: History project teaches learners to contextualise their present-day struggles, Cecyl Esau

Reconciliation and the challenges that it poses for the South African youth, Jabu Mbalula

IJR Honours a Champion of National Reconciliation: Interview with Mary Burton, Zandile Gubeni

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Volume 3 Issue 3, November 2005

The schooling solution: Primary school performance is the key, Servaas van der Berg

Vol 3 Issue 3Explaining the gap between policy and practice in South African education, Jonathan Jansen

Why resources continue to matter: Formidable infrastructure backlogs still an obstacle to quality eduction, Russell Wildeman

The merits of mother-tongue education, Kathleen Heugh

Does education in South Africa make the grade?: A public perspective, Jan Hofmeyr

A turning point in history teaching?, Rob Siebörger

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Volume 3 Issue 4, December 2005

Life after the last straw: Critical challenges for South African local government, Martin Nicol & Zenobia Africa

Vol 3 Issue 4Making developmental local government work, Ismail Davids

Traditional Authorities and post-1994 Local Government: A fragile balancing act, Lungisile Ntsebeza

Finding local service delivery answers closer to home, Reuben Baatjies

Public participation is the key, Sthembiso Madlala

Legitimacy: Can local government regain citizens’ trust?, Jan Hofmeyr

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