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The New South Africa

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-v
  2. Guy Arnold
    Pages 1-5
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About this book


The orderly transfer of power from the white minority to the black majority in South Africa was something of a political miracle. The tasks facing the new government of Thabo Mbeki are formidable. If Mbeki can succeed in giving his country and the African continent the necessary lead the rewards will be tremendous both for South Africa itself and for the continent. If there is to be an African renaissance the lead must come from South Africa.


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About the authors

GUY ARNOLD is a freelance writer and lecturer on international affairs who has long specialized in African and Commonwealth developments. He is widely travelled in African and other Commonwealth countries and was Director of the Africa Bureau. His books in this field include: Towards Peace and Multiracial Commonwealth; Kenyatta and the Politics of Kenya; The Third World Handbook; Wars in the Third World since 1945; and The End of the Third World.

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