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South Africa 2014 - The Story of Our Future (Hardcover)
South Africa 2014 - The Story of Our Future (Hardcover): Lance Greyling, Michael Farr, Adrian Lackay, Hilton Atkinson, James...
South Africa 2014 - The Story of Our Future (Hardcover): Lance Greyling, Michael Farr, Adrian Lackay, Hilton Atkinson, James...

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South Africa 2014 - The Story of Our Future (Hardcover)

Lance Greyling, Michael Farr, Adrian Lackay, Hilton Atkinson, James Sey, Gaynor Kast, Babs Naidoo, Temba Masilela, Mark Napier, Dave Stewart

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South Africa 2014 is made up of the contributions of 77 prominent South Africans from all walks of life. We specifically asked them the question: "What will the likely scenario be in 2014?" Our contributors answered very directly, pulling no punches in their projections on our second decade of freedom. They are sometimes controversial, sometimes cautionary, but always inspiring and informative. We have grouped these projections under 20 topics, concluding each topic with a flow diagram that charts where we have come from, and explains what needs to be done to ensure that South Africa fulfills her promise. The future is never certain, but a well-presented roadmap is a great help! In giving you both sides of the story, this title will focus your attention on our future. It will challenge you, your organisation, your family and your friends to engage in informed debate - but most of all it will give you hope, and your children faith, in the future.

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Imprint: Sa The Good News
Country of origin: South Africa
Release date: 2004
Authors: Lance Greyling • Michael Farr • Adrian Lackay • Hilton Atkinson • James Sey • Gaynor Kast • Babs Naidoo • Temba Masilela • Mark Napier • Dave Stewart
Dimensions: 286 x 250mm (L x W)
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 367
ISBN-13: 978-0-620-33075-6
Barcode: 9780620330756
Categories: Books > Reference & Interdisciplinary > Interdisciplinary studies > Development studies
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LSN: 0-620-33075-9

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