South Africa, Sixteen Years After the Advent of Democracy

May 12, 2010 // 2:30pm4:30pm

The Africa Program of the Wilson Center hosted Barney Pityana on May 12 for an important discussion about the evolution of South African politics and education since 1994 and the end of apartheid. Pityana spoke about the progress over the past sixteen years, and the road ahead for this country which is often seen as responsible for setting an example - politically and economically - for the rest of the African continent.

A full event summary will be posted shortly.

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