Doe/Moffitt Libraries african government information at the UC Berkeley Library. Provides accessto most documents published in and about south africa, including including http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/doemoff/gov_africa.html
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Extractions: South Africa South Africa SOUTH AFRICA IN 1994 underwent the most radical and far-reaching political and constitutional transformation since the racially divisive South Africa Act provided the legal basis for the Union of South Africa in 1910. The latest sweeping transformation officially began with the April 26-29, 1994, national and provincial elections, and with the triumph of the previously banned African National Congress (ANC). The country's main political antagonists, the ANC and the former ruling National Party (NP), had agreed in November 1993 on the composition of a multiparty Transitional Executive Council (TEC) to govern jointly until elections were held. They also agr eed that, after the elections, a transitional Government of National Unity would be in power and that a transitional bicameral parliament would form a constitutional assembly to draft a final constitution. In addition, they agreed on an interim constituti on that would guide the transition between the April 1994 elections and the adoption of the final constitution. Domestic, regional, and international developments over the past decade had served to alter radically both Afrikaner (see Glossary) and black politics from the politics of repression and armed resistance to the politics of negotiation and participatio n. Since 1960 the banned ANC, ANC-allied South African Communist Party (SACP), and Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC) had waged an armed struggle from their bases in neighboring countries. The armed struggle intensified during the 1980s and expanded into a "pe ople's war" involving mass demonstrations against the apartheid (see Glossary) state. International pressure in the form of economic and political sanctions, including diplomatic pressure by the United States, helped force the Afrikaner establishmentfac ed with a threat to its own economic well-beingto embark on a process that would ultimately result in sharing power, authority, and resources with the disenfranchised black majority.
HIV & AIDS - South Africa, Mbeki The south African government has set up an international panel to Peter Duesbergis a member of the south African government advisory panel on AIDS. http://www.virusmyth.net/aids/news/southafrica.htm
Extractions: South Africa PRESIDENT MBEKI QUESTIONS AZT (NOV. '99) "South African President Thabo Mbeki , under pressure to supply the anti-AIDS drug AZT to thousands of rape victims in the country, said his government was investigating whether the drug was safe to use," writes Reuters . See also this I-Africa news item Glaxo lied again and said the drug was safe. AP reported Mbeki got his information from the internet, see this article too. Could be from this site , see also this article . Prof. Peter Duesberg has been interviewed on SA's prime-time TV. Glaxo met with SA's Health Minister Manto Tshabalala-Msimang. Another article from the Financial Mail . South Africa simply could not afford to give AZT to people with HIV and AIDS, Tshabalala-Msimang said . The Financial Mail made it a cover story New Africa published an article too. See also this article from the New York Times , and this one from SA's A TIMELY FIRESTORM (DEC. '99) "South African President Thabo Mbeki has started an uproar by refusing to give pregnant women AZT . With the International AIDS Conference in Durban looming, the stage is set for a major showdown." See this new
Extractions: South Africa enraged by Catholic ban on condoms afrol News , 25 January The Catholic Bishops' Conference of Southern Africa has enraged South African government officials and groups fighting the AIDS pandemic. The Catholic Church had criticised South Africa's government for promoting condoms in the fight against AIDS "when it is clearly not working." Cardinal Wilfred Napier, the head of the Catholic Bishops' Conference in Southern Africa, made this statement on Monday, criticising the government of South Africa for its promotion of condoms. Cardinal said South Africa should follow Uganda's example and focus its anti-AIDS campaign on sexual abstinence. With an estimated 10 percent of South Africans being Catholics, the message from the Bishops' Conference has certain weight in the country, which has the largest number of HIV infected persons in the world. For the government and AIDS activist, the Catholic Church's message is only creating unwanted confusion.
Home An extensive record of south African legislation and policy documents. Almost ascomprehensive as www.gov.za and often quicker. http://www.polity.org.za/
Extractions: Policy and Law Online News 26 September 2005 Home Search Draft Bills Bills ... Contact Us Home News SA moves to speed up land redistribution South Africa will expropriate a white-owned farm without a court order for the first time under new laws aimed at speeding up the return of land to black communities dispossessed under apartheid. Southern Africa faces years of food shortages - UN Comoros capital grinds to halt amid fuel protests Uganda says top LRA rebel wants asylum in Congo Texas bus fire kills 20, mars Rita evacuation ... World Bank mulls $400m trade aid program Opinion Global Account - Seeraj Mohamed For cutting-edge opinion on global economic and current affairs read Seeraj Mohamed's weekly column, updated every Friday. Mohamed is a Mandela Scholar based in New York, reading for a PhD in Economics. Look South - Brandon Hamber An analysis of trends in global political, social and cultural life and its relevance to South Africa. Brandon Hamber is a South African living in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He works internationally as an independent consultant on conflict resolution and political transition-related issues. Africa@Work For well-considered comment and analysis on the issues and trends shaping the South African business landscape, read Africa@Work. From macro- and micro-economic developments through to black economic empowerment and trade negotiations, Africa@Work offers a weekly insight into the challenges associated with growth and transformation.
SA Government Internet Sites A onestop entry point to south African government Information. Unwembi s SAgovernment Site, Index of government Information, Search government http://www.polity.org.za/lists/govsites.html
Extractions: South African Government Internet Sites A one-stop entry point to South African Government Information Unwembi's SA Government Site Index of Government Information Search Government Information Department of Finance Department of Foreign Affairs Department of Health Department of Home Affairs Department of Housing Department of Department of Labour Department of Land Affairs Department of Minerals and Energy Department of Provincial and Local Government Department of Public Enterprises Department of Public Service and Administration Department of Public Works Department of Social Development Department of Sport and Recreation Department of Trade and Industry Department of Transport Department of Water Affairs and Forestry Secretariat for Safety and Security Eastern Cape Free State Gauteng Kwazulu/Natal
Extractions: South Africa (1:4 Parties) Last updated: The Constitution Elections in South Africa by Wilfried Derksen. Independent Electoral Commission South African General Elections 2004 by Saweb South African Elections 1999 by Saweb General Elections in the Republic of South Africa Polity.org.za Policy and Law Online News South Africa Official Gateway S.A. Everything Gateway to South African web sites Politics in South Africa Politics and Government South Africa Online South Africa by WoYaa! South Africa by Index on Africa South African Government Information African National Congress (ANC) Nelson Mandela The Mandela page ANC Youth League News Briefings from the ANC New National Party Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) ... Democratic Party of South Africa University of Pretoria African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) ACDP Thswane United Democratic Movement Bantu Holomisa page President of United Democratic Movement (only Internet Explorer) Vryheidsfront Freedom Front Herstigte Nasionale Party (HNP) South African Communist Party (SACP) Azanian Peoples Organisation (AZAPO) Azanian Youth Organisation Youth wing of AZAPO Azanian Student Movement Azanian Student Convention Socialist Party of Azania Vukuzenzele Sekusile Party ... Nasionale Aksie National Action The EZPZ New Generation Political Party Zabalaza Communist Anarchist Federation Workers International Vanguard League (WIVL) Independent Democrats ... Afrikaaner Weerstand Beweging Afrikaaner Resistance Movement Boere Separatiste Boer Separatist Political Party Minority Front Political party reperesenting Indian minority
GCIS Home south African Coat of Arms, GCIS, government Communication and Information System.Mouseover text, Bua the right to know http://www.gcis.gov.za/
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UCT's Legal Services On The Web In the interim, copies of submissions and reports during the government of south African government Information. Information about the Law Faculty at http://www.constitution.org.za/
Extractions: Constitutional Assembly Documentation The documentation of the Multi-Party Negotiating Forum and the Constitutional Assembly is in the process of being programmed into a searchable database that will be available online. In the interim, copies of submissions and reports during the government of transition from 1992 to 1996 are available for perusal on a CD in the Government Publications Department of the UCT Libraries and the UCT Law Library . The documentation is currently in the MS-Word format and there is no index. The CD is not available for sale. Other Useful Links SA Parliament web site Monitoring South African Parliamentary Committees (Parliamentary Monitoring Group) Constitutional Court Judges' Tenure - Proposed Amendments South African Government Information Information about the Law Faculty at the University of Cape Town.
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Dave Kopel On NRO Should the south African government proceed with its plans to disarm its citizenry,we can predict with confidence that more women will avail themselves of http://www.nationalreview.com/kopel/kopel101100.shtml
Extractions: Disarming the citizenry is not the answer. By Dave Kopel Independence Institute n September 28, former South African President Nelson Mandela pleaded for help in fighting AIDS in his country. He made the plea during a guest appearance at the Labour Party conference in Great Britain, where he was conferred with honorary membership. Mandela declared the spread of AIDS as "a crisis of a dimension which I cannot support in words." An August 31 editorial in South Africa's Daily Dispatch put it more bluntly: South Africa and its government "will stand or fall on its ability to successfully address two of our biggest problems: HIV/Aids and poverty. But it is exactly these two areas on which the government has no clear policy." When the Mandela government came into power it promised the people more jobs, but its socialist policies came up empty-handed. Promises of better housing befell the same fate. Better health care delivery? That failed, too. Instead, with one of the world's