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20 Years On, ANC Rules but Legacy of Apartheid Still Lingers

In early May, the African National Congress (ANC) held on to power in South Africa’s general election, with a reduced majority, winning 62% of the national vote. As the country celebrated the 20th anniversary of the first democratic elections that saw Nelson Mandela take office in 1994, many hailed the…
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Apartheid lawsuit passes another hurdle

THAT the South African media barely noticed a decision of a federal court in New York on April 17 is hardly surprising. Not only were we mesmerised by quite different proceedings in Pretoria, but our fifth democratic elections are imminent. Yet the judgment is a momentous one for South Africans…
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'Give back my dead son'

Adelaide Dlamini, 85, has lost all six of her children but it is the death of her fourth, Velaphi, that cuts deepest into her heart. "I buried all my children except for Velaphi," she said. "I am haunted by dreams [of him] asking: 'Mom, where am I?' but I have…
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Public Seminar with Mr Ruben Carranza, of the International Center for Transitional Justice

You are warmly invited to a conversation with visiting Transitional Justice lawyer, Mr Ruben Carranza on Wednesday 1 October 2014 from 12:30 – 14:00

 

Topic: Reparative Remedies in Global Perspective: Possibilities for Advancing Reparations Advocacy in South Africa towards Resolving the TRC Unfinished Business

 

  • Date: 1 October 2014
  • Time: 12:30 – 14:00
  • Venue: Offices of SAHA (South African History Archive)
  • Address: Women’s Jail Section of Constitution Hill, 1 Kotze Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg 2017
  • Contact number for SAHA for directions if needed: 011 718 2560

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