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Book Launch: Civil Society Narratives of Violence and Shaping the Transitional Justice Agenda in Zimbabwe
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Book Launch: Civil Society Narratives of Violence and Shaping the Transitional Justice Agenda in Zimbabwe

On 12 September 2022 the Centre for Mediation in Africa (CMA) launched a book titled ‘Civil Society Narratives of Violence and Shaping of the Transitional Justice Agenda inZimbabwe’ authored by CMA researcher Dr Chenai Matshaka. The book launch was attended by members of the CMA team, students from the department of Political Sciences, as well...

Book Launch – Leadership, Nation-building and War in South Sudan: The Problems of Statehood and Collective Will by Dr Sonja Theron
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Book Launch – Leadership, Nation-building and War in South Sudan: The Problems of Statehood and Collective Will by Dr Sonja Theron

On 16th August Dr. Sonja Theron’s book “Leadership, War and Nation-building in South Sudan” was launched at Future Africa in Pretoria, South Africa. The event was hosted by The Centre for Mediation in Africa, in collaboration with the African Leadership Centre. View Event Report: Book Launch – Leadership, Nation-building and War in South Sudan: The...

A free press critical to South Africa’s democracy
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A free press critical to South Africa’s democracy

Gary Rynhart, Senior Employers’ Specialist, ILO (garyrynhart@protonmail.com) Photo by LT Ngema on Unsplash July was a perilous month in South Africa with the country on the very edge. While a devastating third wave of COVID 19 was in full swing, destructive political and economic forces conducted a concerted assault on democracy. These efforts were rebuffed...