KAS-Dialogue Programme 2015
German-South African discourse on social partnership and collective bargaining
In light of pressing socio-economic challenges that South Africa faces, questions on labour relations, collective bargaining and social partnership arise. A South African five-member delegation consisting of high-profile representatives from government, academia, business and civil-society engages with German counterparts on these matters. The KAS-Dialogue Programme enables information exchanges in Berlin and Erfurt from 31.05-06.06.2015.
South Africa’s political development
Prof. Dr. Neuss opened the conference on “‚25 years since 2 February 1990: a Quarter Century of Building and Defending Non-Racial Constitutional Democracy” which was hosted by FW de Klerk Foundation and funded by KAS. High profile speakers like Former President of SA and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate FW de Klerk and Former President Kgalema Motlanthe delivered speeches. She also met with the President of IFP Prince Buthelezi and concluded her visit with a lecture at Stellenbosch University.
Exploring Rainbow Nation
Looking forward to her eight-day South African journey Prof. Dr. Beate Neuss said: „I have been wishing to travelling to South Africa for a very long time, I am curious especially about the social coexistence of its people and the developments since the end of Apartheid. Many love this beautiful country and of course I want to see it, too.”
to the Website of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in South Africa. From its Johannesburg office the Foundation coordinates a wide range of activities that aim to assist South Africa in its process of democratic consolidation. A joint office run in cooperation with KAS-Partner Democracy Development Programme in Cape Town complements and supports our work.
Research methods and solutions to climate change
Value Change in South Africa post Apartheid
|May 28 - 29
Can the doctrine evolve to meet the 21st Century context?
|June 22 - 26
Not in our name - Xenophobia in South Africa
South Africans have come out in numbers to provide support to victims of xenophobia violence which started in Durban. Perpetrators of xenophobic violence are a minority; the majority of South Africans are tolerant towards [...]
How the rest of Africa sees South Africa
South Africa, the beacon of hope, peace and redemption for Africa, yet despite the history of Apartheid which instilled institutionalized exclusion. The aversion of racial bloodshed was implemented which enabled South Africa to [...]
KAS Vice-Chairwoman Prof. Dr. Beate Neuss journey to South Africa
Prof. Dr. Neuss opened the on “‚25 years since 2 February 1990: a Quarter Century of Building and Defending Non-Racial Constitutional Democracy” which was hosted by FW de Klerk Foundation and funded by KAS. High profile speakers [...]
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