From Partisanship to Neutrality? Changing Perspectives on the Role of the SA Security Forces during Transition

From Partisanship to Neutrality? Changing Perspectives on the Role of the SA Security Forces during Transition

In this paper the author traces some of the changes which occurred in the security establishment in 1990, tempers these with an examination of what has not changed, and investigates some of the processes which need to occur to ensure that, as far as the security forces are concerned, things do not ultimately stay the same.

 

From Partisanship to Neutrality
Mark Phillips
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Mark Phillips is a former Legal Adviser to Mr Tokyo Sexwale, former Premier of Gauteng Province. He holds a LLB from the University of Witwatersrand and B.A Honours from the University of Cape Town.

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