ANC’s rise and the decline of social democracy

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After the African National Congress (ANC )’s unbanning – and the formal ending of hostilities in 1990 – a new period of social policy-making followed. This period saw the rise of the ANC being accompanied by a decline in social democratic ideas, writes Robert van Niekerk.

 

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