Publisher: South African Institute of International Affairs Jan Smuts House
"Botswana has traditionally been a strong economic partner of South Africa. The foundation for this relationship dates back to the establishment of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) in 1910. As former British colonies, both South Africa and Botswana share many institutional, political, economic and cultural traditions. As a result, South Africans generally find the operating environment both familiar and reassuring. The country's spectacular growth over the last three decades has its origin in the prudent management of its rich diamond resources. South African investment in other sectors has increased substantially since 1994, with the dismantling of apartheid and the growing outward expansion of South African business activity into the rest of Africa."-- Executive summary (p. 1).
'The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission: An Annotated Bibliography' is a much-needed reference work for those who are studying and pursuing the outcomes of Truth Commissions around the world. However, it is also a valuable tool for all researchers from diverse disciplines. For example, those specialising in the fields of sociology, political science, and literature will find material that appeals and is relevant to their areas of research. There is little doubt that students and researchers pursuing courses such as Conflict Resolution, Good Governance and International Relations would find this compilation more than beneficial since it covers not only an assortment of themes but it also includes ingenious cartoons by the famous Zapiro and memorable photographs by George Hallet. In addition, the compiler also inserted a select number of poems that dealt with the issues and themes related to the TRC process.
South Africa's interim Constitution marks a change from the previous dispensation. This work contains the full text of the interim Constitution with a commentary on each section. This edition has been revised and updated to December 1994 and takes cognizance of six constitutional amendment Acts.
This book consists of biographies or life histories about: Lord de Villiers; Jan Christiaan Smuts; Dr. H. J. van der Byl; General J. B. M. Hertzog; Sir Arnold Theiler; Sir Ernest Oppenheimer; Roy Campbell; Sir William Hoy; Sir Basil Schonland; Colonel James Stevenson-Hamilton; Sarah Gertrude Millin; Dr Robert Broom; Sir Pierre van Ryneveld; Leonard Rayne; Major-General A. J. Orenstein; Dr. J. H. van Eck; Dr. Hans Merensky; Dr. Jan Moolman; Dr Marthinus Smuts Louw; C. W. H. Kohler; I. W. Schlesinger; Guy Carleton Jones; Dr D. H. Craven; C. J. Langenhoven; Sir Charles Smith; and Hendrik Pierneef.