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2004


Imperialism and resistance
Tariq Ali, Editor: New Left Review and Verso (Durban, November 2004)

No Paper available

The global justice movement five years after Seattle
Prof Dennis Brutus, Dept of Africana Studies, University of Pittsburg (Durban, November 2004)

No Paper available

The South African Bill of Rights and the African Renaissance: Incompatible values?
Dennis Davies, High Court Judge (Cape Town, September 2004)

Transcript

Building and sustaining a women's movement in the Zimbabwean crisis
Everjoice Win, Zimbabwean feminist activist (Durban, August 2004)

No Paper available

The politicisation of sexuality in post-apartheid South Africa
Prof Deborah Posel, Director: Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (Durban, August 2004)

No Paper available

Are we living the dream deferred?
Mark Gevisser, independent scholar (Durban, June 2004)

No Paper available

Who is an African?
Dr Wallace Mgoqi, City of Cape Town (Cape Town, June 2004)

Paper

The state of the media ten years into democracy
Ferial Haffejee, Editor: Mail & Guardian (Durban, May 2004)

Paper

Inequality in South Africa: Nature, causes and responses
Prof Stephen Gelb, The Edge Institute (Cape Town, May 2004)

Gelb Report

Ten years of democracy: A review
Prof Patrick Bond, University of the Witwatersrand (Durban, April 2004)

Paper

Presence of the past: The relevance to South Africa
Prof Andre du Toit, Department of Political Studies, University of Cape Town (Cape Town, March 2004)

Article
Transcript

Capitalism and world (dis)order
Giovanni Arrighi and Beverly Silver, Johns Hopkins University (Durban, March 2004)

No Paper available

The Communal Land Rights Bill
Advocate P. Holomisa, Contralesa and ANC MP, and Ms Aninka Claassens, consultant on land issues (Cape Town, February 2004)

Article
Transcript

The Constitution: Ten years on, ten years to go
Zackie Achmat, Chairperson: Treatment Action Campaign (Durban, February 2004)

No Paper available