Contributors were asked to reflect on what freedom means to them in the collective sense and to write about their experience of democracy. South Africans have unique personal journals to share, influenced by personal or collective circumstances that continue to shape their perspectives. The essays in Liberation Diaries reflect the trials and tribulations, high and low points of the contributors’ stories of post-Apartheid South Africa and the journey towards building a democratic, non-sexist, non-racial, united and prosperous country. As we reach 20 years of democracy, books will be written, celebrations held, commentaries made and protests amplified.
Contributors include the likes of:
About the editor
Busani Ngcaweni is an avid reader, commentator and writer. He has written articles for publications such as Business Day, City Press, The Thinker and Public Sector Manager. He holds BPaed and BEd degrees, an MSc in Urban and Regional Planning (Natal) and an advanced project management diploma from the University of South Africa School of Business Leadership.
|mobi file ISBN:||9781431410071|
|Colour:||Black and White|
|Publication Date:||April 2014|