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Research outputs: DEMOCRACY
Since 2003, the political, social and sociocultural views of people living in South Africa have undergone significant shifts. The biggest ch...Download this report
This chapter takes a closer look at the institutionalisation of the doctrine of separation of powers within the context of South Africa's co...
Decolonisation as democratisation considers three factors that define the debate in South Africa on the decolonisation of the academy: educa...
Since the advent of democracy in South Africa in 1994, a new generation of 'Born Frees' have been able to vote. With a worldwide decrease in...