Changing Soviet Perspectives on Southern Africa
This Lecture was given by Alexei Makarov, the senior expert on the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Africa Department.
The Cities of South Africas Future
The lecture was given by Ann Bernstein the Executive Director for the Urban Foundation. The recording is noisy and distorted in places but audible.
Transforming South Africa's Economy
The lecture was given by Christo Nel the Director of the Consultative Business Movement. There is silence between 00:46:27-00:47:10. The lecture continues after this gap.
South Africas One-Person, One-Vote Election: Preparations, Parties, Prospects
The lecture was given by Craig Charney a research fellow in Sociology at the University of the Witwatersrand.
The Labor Movement in the Future of South Africa
Golding, Marcel | Ramaphosa, Cyril
The lecture was given by Cyril Ramaphosa the General Secretary and Marcel Golding the Assistant General Secretary for the National Union of Mineworkers. There is silence between 00:45:30 and 00:45:41. The lecture continues after this gap.
The Making of Namibias Constitution and its Future Prospects
The lecture was given by Davis Smuts the Director for Legal Assistance Center in Namibia (human rights and public interest law firm). Recording starts after the formal presentation begins. There are no introductory remarks.
Political Realignment in the New South Africa: What Lies Ahead?
The lecture was given by Denis Worral a Democratic Party Member of Parliament and former South African Ambassador to the United Kingdom. Recording starts after the formal presentation begins. There are no introductory remarks.
Constitutional Engineering in a Divided Society
The lecture was given by Donald Horowitz a Professor of Law and Political Science at Duke University and the author of A Democratic South Africa?
Disinformation and Restrictions on the Press
The lecture was given by Donald Woods the former editor for the East London Daily Dispatch and President of the Lincoln Trust.
Black Trade Unions and Socialism
The lecture was given by Duncan Innes an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of the Witwatersrand. There is silence between 00:43:41-00:43:51. The lecture continues after this gap.