Confronting the Legacy of Weapons in Richmond, KwaZulu-Natal

Confronting the Legacy of Weapons in Richmond, KwaZulu-Natal

This investigation into the weapons recovery process in Richmond finds the tensions that fueled the conflict between the ANC and IFP in the area during the 1990s still hold peacebuilding in the balance. Contemporary violence has to be understood within the area's history of armed conflict. A key aspect of the research has entailed understanding the extent to which weapons were distributed and played a role in the conflict as well as tracking what happened to these weapons.


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Injobo Nebandla is a consultancy that provides research services, specifically on crime related issues.

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