NEW SOUTH AFRICAN REVIEW 4, a fragile democracy- twenty years on

: Khadiagala (G.), Naidoo (P.), Pillay (D.) & Southall (R.) eds.

R 320.00
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378 pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2014.


The "New South African Review", published annually, examines and analyses a broad spectrum of the issues affecting South Africa.

Contributions include:
"Transcending South Africa's Oil Dependency" by Jeremy Wakeford
"The South African Labour Market After Eighteen Years: it's class struggle, stupid!" by Nicolas Pons-Vignon and Miriam Di Paola
"Secrecy and Power in South Africa" by Dale McKinley
"Death and the Modern Black Lesbian" by Zethu Matebeni
"Why Does Zimbabwe's School System Out-Perform South Africa's?" by Martin Prew
"Prisons, the Law and Overcrowding" by Clare Ballard
"The Leadership Challenge in Southern Africa" by Mopeli Moshoeshoe.