251pp., paperback, No Place, 2019
Professor Eddy Maloka surveys South Africa’s performance over the past 25 years, examining how the country has acted in regional and global affairs, and why.
Historian Eddy Maloka is the author of The South African Communist Party: exile and after apartheid and Basotho and the Mines: a social history of labour migrancy in Lesotho and South Africa, c1890-1940. He is Adjunct Professor in the School of Governance at the University of the Witwatersrand and CEO of the African Peer Review Mechanism. He served as special advisor to South Africa’s foreign minister between 2009 and 2016.