A Country without Leadership - Social Political Challenges facing South Africa after Nelson Mandela's Death
By: Mark O'Doherty (author)Paperback
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This cutting edge, evidence-based research study explores social-political challenges in South Africa, such as public safety, public health, poverty and ethnic tensions in the country. The other main theme of this volume is if and how Nelson Mandella's legacy of a just peace can be upheld in South Africa, and how previously unrecognized or infrequently considered social-political challenges, such as the radical left-wing elements in the ANC government, violent crimes caused by poverty, HIV, as well as the conflict between mainstream medicine and traditional medicine in South Africa, can be overcome. The observations and interpretations in this volume are supported by a qualitative research study, that included observational studies, participating observation, field research and inter-cultural communication. Additionally this book contains autobiographical accounts of a deeply profound and humorous nature, emphasizing the strong bond of empathy which the author shares with his homeland, South Africa.
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