Were I an inquisitive, first-time, francophone visitor to South Africa for the World Cup, I would do well to have this handy book, so full of good value, in my back pocket. He introduces many factors to help us understand something which does not simply spring from human wickedness. Third and last, the sole factual error I found was on page 39, and it was simply the misspelling of the Afrikaans place-name where gold was first found in what was to become Johannesburg : Langlaagte. Those on Johannesburg's multilingualism p. The section on religion, especially pages which do not overlook the continuing relevance of sorcery, is fine. They go back to the 19th century, and certainly to the Bantu Urban Areas Consolidation Act of - before apartheid came to power. And - a widespread lament - corruption seems endemic to the ANC government. The author does not let the terrible irony elude him, that the dismantling of apartheid's greatest unfreedom, the Pass Laws, permitted entry to an even more dread scourge.
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