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Article for South 1987-06-17
Lead sentence: “Political language used by the ruling establishment in South Africa suffers from a bad dose of verbal inflation”.
South Africa and the world in the nineties
A description of the political climate inherited by F.W. de Klerk when he assumed office in August 1989, his fundamental policy shift and the motives underlying his initiatives, as well as the processes being set in motion.
Die kiesstelsel en politieke verandering in Suid-Afrika
Article published in Rapport, under the title: “Herbesin oor ons kiesstelsel”. Regarding the possibilities open to citizens to call their political representatives and leaders to account.
Paradoxes built into our constitutional future
Article for Squire Magazine regarding paradoxes built into our constitutional future.
Article regarding the renewed public debate in the “new South Africa” on what an “Afrikaner” is; refers to a critical letter by “Kreef” (pseud.), published on LitNet, in response to a radio debate on this topic; race and ...
Idasa and opposition politics
Generally stated, “Opposition politics [in South Africa] is being shaped by the dynamics of right-wing reaction and left-wing revolt and either is a consequence of the dynamics of reform initiated by the State. In other ...
Umhlali public meeting
Extract of speech delivered by Dr. F. van Zyl Slabbert at Umhlali, Natal public meeting on 24 May 1985.
What I would most like to see happen in South Africa in 1988
Published in: Inside South Africa, Vol. 1, no. 12, p. 19, as component in the article “Making the horse talk: Leading South African politicians state their priorities for 1988”, by Jean Le May.
Letter to the Editor in Sunday Times
Letter to the Editor in response to Ken Owen’s attack on him after his resignation from Parliament.
The University of Stellenbosch
Title: “The University of Stellenbosch.”