"Make our children proud of the heritage". A case study of the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic communities in SA with specific reference to the emerging Khoe and San indigenous peoples in the Republic of South Africa

Master thesis English OPEN
De Wet, Priscilla Felicity;
(2006)
  • Publisher: University of Tromsø
  • Subject: San | Khoe | minoriteter | menneskerettigheter | rettigheter | VDP::Samfunnsvitenskap: 200::Sosialantropologi: 250 | urfolk

The government of the Republic of South Africa established a human rights enshrined constitution. To implement it, various commissions were established to promote constitutional democracy by embracing their diverse cultures and take up the challenge of changing the raci... View more
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    2. Background & Context……………………………………….…....17 2.1. The Khoe-San in South Africa 2.1.1. Negotiating a New South Africa 2.1.2. Efforts to Unite the Khoe and San Peoples 2.1.3. Excluded from State Mechanisms for Restitution of Justice 2.2. Unfinished business…………………………………………………..…...20 2.2.1. International Instruments 2.2.2. National Instruments 2.3. Current issues…………………………………………………………..….22 2.3.1. Khoe and San as indigenous peoples in SA 2.3.2. Self-determination or secession 2.3.3. Land Restitution 2.3.4. Sacred Sites 2.3.5. Affirmative Action 2.3.6. Constitutional Accommodation 2.4. Overview of Khoe and San in South Africa…………………………..….28 2.4.1. Griqua National Conference (GNC) 2.4.2. Khoe Cultural and Heritage Development Council (KCHDC) 2.4.3. The South African San Council (SASC) 2.4.4. The National Khoe-San Consultative Conference (NKOK) 2.4.5. National Attitudes

    3. Driving force behind the establishment of the CRL Commission…………………………………………………………34 3.1 Political Interest 3.1.1 End of White Domination 3.1.2 Not a Smooth Process 3.2 Constitutional process…………………………………………………..….36 3.2.1 Chapter 9 Institutions Mechanisms Consultations 3.3 Towards Nation Building: A consultative process…………………….…38 3.3.1 A Consultative Conference

    6 The Wider International Context……………………………….…58 6.1 Sami in Norway 6.2 Khoe and San in SA………………………………………………...……....59 6.2.1 The resurgence 6.2.2 The critics 6.3 Academic argument………………………………………………..….……60 6.3.1 Ethno-Politics 6.3.2 Inequality for Equality 6.4 International Indigenous Movement………………………………………62 6.4.1 Indigenous Peoples in Africa 6.5 Engaging with the International Instruments...……..................................63

    7 The 'Rainbow Nation'…………………………………………….………..66 7.1 Towards Nation-Building 7.2 Mandate too broad………………………………………………………67

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