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    • The All Towns Reconciliation Strategies a partnership between water resource management and water services 

      Esterhuizen, M.; De Jager, L.; Jezewski, W.A. (IWA Publishing, 2019)
      In 2012, the South African Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) initiated a study: Continuation of the Northern Planning Region's All Towns Reconciliation Strategies: Phase 1. This study reviewed, prioritised and updated ...
    • Down memory lane to a better future 

      Vorster, Jakobus (Koos) M (OpenJournals Publishing, 2009)
      In the body of research on an ethics of forgiveness, scholars differ about the place of remembrance in the act of forgiveness. One line of thought follows the argument of the philosopher Nietzsche, who maintained that ...
    • The psychology of forgiveness and its importance in South Africa 

      Worthington, Everett L.; Cowden, Richard G. (Sage, 2017)
      The purpose of this qualitative review is to stimulate empirical research on forgiveness within South Africa (and other portions of Africa). The article explores a Western understanding of the psychology of forgiveness, ...
    • Reassmebling and remembering: the politics of reconciliation in South Africa 

      Kruger, J. (University of the Free State, 2017)
      This article proposes that the work of the French sociologist of science, Bruno Latour, that conceptualises the political process in a highly pluralist society, can provide a useful starting point for a discussion on the ...