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    it comes to addressing climate change across a large range of South African studies. Studies have shown that there is a lack of capacity in the amount of people and their expertise in the area, as well as there being high staff turnover rates within government departments, the stance that climate change is an environmental issue instead of a developmental issue, poor communication and coordination between various levels of government departments especially when it comes from the national to…

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    white population of the frontier town, lies in the ever present idea that black people are inherently evil and should be avoided at all times. This idea presented by Coetzee, stems from the similar mentality present in what was then, current day South Africa. It can be proved that this idea was merely formed from paranoia, with little substantial evidence to prove the dark side of the black soul. Events during the Apartheid era such as the Soweto Uprising of 1976 and the Defiance campaign were…

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    characteristics. Nelson Mandela was a South African politician and activist who fought against apartheid. According…

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    The construction industry was, without a doubt, one of the industries in South Africa that was the hardest hit by die recent global recession. With the prevalence of contracts decreasing, construction being cancelled on sites that were already well away and contractors struggling to stay in business, the harsh reality for this industry is that business is currently still looking bleak and all efforts and energy must be focused on, besides securing contracts, saving money. One of the biggest…

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    If we look back in South African we come across Apartheid. Apartheid translated means “apartness.” Apartheid took place between 1948-1994 whereby the races of South Africa where segregated under a racial institution implemented by the National Party, who governed South Africa at the time ("Apartheid (1948-1994) | The Black Past: Remembered and Reclaimed", 2016). After 1994 South Africa thereafter took a series of steps to try and desegregate the nation. We can say that we have reached a point in…

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    over with slaves and passed down, blending with European musical instruments in the American south. This music was a way for two cultures that were segregated at the time to mix and find common ground in a way that was often not an option for the people creating it. South Africa is another country with a shameful history of…

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    Never Ending During the segregation era in South Africa known as Apartheid the black people in that area were subject to discrimination from white people who came into their land and exploited them. Black people in the United States face similar oppression from the government, authority figures such as police, and when they are trying to find work to support themselves.There are even groups dedicated to discriminating black people that have people i power such as police officers, judges, and…

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    behind the Political stance, and still today in South Africa 87% of the land is still owned by the 10% of populated whites and their is still no reallocation and compensation, at least what it would have been worth in 1913. Apartheid never completely ended behind the stance of Black ownership because people in South Africa never received their land back as promised by a negotiated settlement with the apartheid government. Being their is a new government after Apartheid ended, their isn’t much to…

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    Nelson Mandela was one of the most iconic and remembered figure across the world. His commitment and hard work have led South Africa to freedom and justice. At an early age Nelson Mandela was a lawyer, forming partnership with Oliver Tombo to stop the controlling of White South Africans and earn justice and freedom for the black civilians. In 1956 Nelson Mandela was charged with high treason. After that he was faced with 27 years of jail sentence in 1962 and soon after in 1994 he was granted…

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    According to Transparency International, within the continent of Africa, the majority of countries (vast majority) slant towards the bottom of the scale of corruption, with Somalia and South Sudan having the lowest ratings of all the countries, yet other countries are thriving such as Batswana and Namibia. (Transparency International, 2014) Among the issues facing many of these countries is the issues of abject poverty, poor government infrastructure, and corruption making it difficult for…

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