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Monique Deveaux

name”; and as for the inclusion of women in community land reform committees, “attempts to ensure women’s participation in discussions and projects relied on informal, ad hoc measures” and were largely a failure ( Walker 2005: 302 ). The local

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Lauren Marx

in poverty and landlessness despite so-called freedoms and attempts to redress these issues through transformation. Post-apartheid land reform has been slow and characterised by unaccountable institutions and marred by failures ( Pallotti and Engel

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Mark Chou and Jean-Paul Gagnon

institutions, Deveaux analyzes land reform in post-apartheid South Africa and suggests strategies for deliberative democrats to redress the conventional exclusion of subordinated members of society. In our second article, Filimon Peonidis explores a rather

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Some Senses of Pan-Africanism from the South

Christopher Allsobrook

-racialism for lingering racial divisions in South Africa after apartheid, especially regarding education transformation, land reform and race-based injustice. Marx recounts the role Pan-Africanism played in the evolution of Sobukwe’s idea of non-racialism, as he

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Patrick Cockburn

a discussion of land reform in post-apartheid South Africa, where, as a legacy of the totalitarian regime, white South Africans own a massively disproportionate amount of land. Here, he argues that the laudably progressive South African constitution

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The Weight of Absence

Rick Turner and the End of the Durban Moment

Billy Keniston

the north. Beyond Malema, there are layers and layers of more explosive politics brewing, as the crudest interpretations of land reform and ‘Pan-Africanism’, whisper towards a shrieking genocidal and xenophobic rage, just beyond the horizon. And yet

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Gustavo H. Dalaqua

Nucleus, Boal mentions groups of peasants that, sharing a strong idea about land reform, decide to live together in the same area. The second practice Boal proposes to connect representatives and constituents is the CIS. Its main difference in relation