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n African Security Review - Debating coloured identity in the Western Cape : commentary

Volume 14, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 1024-6029
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Abstract

Extracted from text ... The nature and form of coloured identity in the Western Cape has been vociferously debated. Coloured identity became a particular concern after the 1994 general elections when the coloured vote returned the National Party to the Western Cape provincial government. More recently, a spate of incidents in the Western Cape have propelled the group into the national spotlight. Many coloureds have indicated that they feel marginalised in the post-apartheid dispensation, and are especially resentful at what they perceive to be a preferential allocation of resources to Africans in the Western Cape, when their needs are just as great. These tensions ..

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2016-12-09

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