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South Africa’s Democratic Transition and Transformation from 1994-2014: What Difference Has It Made to date?

  • Written by  Mammo Muchie
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South Africa 20 years after Apartheid?

As 2014 passes and 2015 comes, the twenty years of South African democracy is also entering the next twenty years and beyond that is worth reflecting on. We have been captured by the South Africa anti-apartheid struggles throughout our lives. It is important we continue to reflect on the way South Africa is navigating today and tomorrow the stormy waves of world politics and economics to transform the conditions of inherited injustice in South Africa itself. How strong is South Africa standing firmly to deal with all the internal and external challenges the country is facing today and tomorrow? Is South Africa playing the role of the captain with the rest of Africa as its compass to navigate the unpredictable waves of a difficult world? If not now, then when can it be welcomed to play a constructive role to help Africa emerge as its own leader in the coming centuries!

 

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Last modified onSaturday, 04 July 2015 08:33

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