The Role of Culture in the Process of Reconciliation in South Africa

The Role of Culture in the Process of Reconciliation in South Africa

This paper underlines how reconciliation needs dialogue at all levels of society, and the arts can facilitate that dialogue.

 

The Role of Culture in the Process of Reconciliation in South Africa
Zakes Mda
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Zakes Mda, is a South African novelist, poet and playwright and the son of politician A. P. Mda. He has won major South African and British literary awards for his novels and plays.  He completed a MFA (Theater) and a MA (Mass Communication and Media) in 1984 at Ohio University, United States. And his PhD at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, in 1989.

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