Declassified: Moving beyond the dead-end of race in South Africa

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Twenty years after the end of apartheid, race still continues to play a role in South African society. Now, however, it is a black majority government that is demanding and maintaining race thinking, in an effort to redress the discrimination of the past. Both the Employment Equity Act and the Black Economic Empowerment Act, for instance, use the racial categories of apartheid to achieve their ends, but the demand to classify people racially extends beyond business to many other areas of life. Ironically, in a society that ...

Declassified: Moving beyond the dead-end of race in South Africa 2014, Jacana Media, Johannesburg

ISBN-13: 9781431420209

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