THE NEW SOUTH AFRICANS?
THE IMMIGRATION AMNESTIES
AND THEIR AFTERMATH

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Jonathan Crush and Vincent Williams, eds., The New South Africans? The Immigration Amnesties and Their Aftermath (Cape Town: Idasa/Queen's, 1999)

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Keynote Address: Hon. Mangosuthu Buthelezi, South African Minister of Home Affairs

Introduction: The Means of Amnesty -- Jonathan Crush and Vincent Williams

Chapter One: Rationale for Amnesty

Demetrios Papademetriou, "The International Experience of Amnesty"
Jonathan Crush, "Questions of Amnesty"
Desmond Lockey, "The Objectives of Amnesty"

Chapter Two: Implementing the Amnesty

Edwin Mahlutshana, "The View from Home Affairs"
Maxine Reitzes and Nigel Crawhall, "Accessing the SADC Amnesty: The Urban Experience"
Nicola Johnston, "Accessing the SADC Amnesty: The Rural Experience"

Chapter Three: Attitudes to Amnesty

David McDonald, "Who Wants to Live in South Africa?"
Fion de Vletter, "Attitudes to the Miners’ Amnesty in Mozambique"
Thuso Green and John Gay, "Attitudes to the Miners’ Amnesty in Lesotho"

Chapter 4: Amnesty and the Region

Round Table Discussion: Demetrios Papademetriou, Attie Tredoux, Robert Davies, Khabela Matlosa, Luis Bitoni, Lovemore Zinyama

Chapter 5: After Amnesty

Vincent Williams, "Lessons for the Third Amnesty"
Jonathan Crush, "Which New South Africans?"


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