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Conversations with My Sons and Daughters

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Where did we lose our idealism and why and at what cost?'
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Where did we lose our idealism and why and at what cost?' In these conversations with people of a younger generation Mamphela Ramphele responds to the growing despair among young South Africans about the cracks that are appearing in our system of governance and threatening the idealism of the country that reinvented itself with the dawn of democracy in 1994. She shows incisively how successive post-apartheid ANC governments have betrayed the nation for a culture of impunity among those close to the seat of power, where corruption goes unremarked and accountability has been swept aside. Enduring poverty, inequity and a failing public service, most notably in health and education, are the results. At once challenging and encouraging, Ramphele urges young South Africans - our future leaders - to set aside their fears; to take control of their rights and responsibilities as citizens in upholding the values of the constitution; and to confront the growing inequality that is undermining good governance, social justice and stability.

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Book Condition N/A
SKU 9780143530411
Author Mamphela Ramphele
Dimensions 148 mm x 210 mm
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 224
Published Date 18 Sep 2012
Publisher Penguin Books (SA) (Pty) Ltd
Language English
Genre Current Affairs & Issues
Series No