75, 2011. Table of Contents.

Cover, Publication Guidelines, Contents page, Editorial and Notes on Contributors

Introduction
Bill Freund, 1-3 

Reflection

Before and after: reflections on regime change and its aftermath
Steven Friedman, 4-12

‘Structural reform’ – the concept continues
John S Saul, 13-22

What colour is the South African rainbow?: The ANC’s racial transformation
Irina Filatova, 23-35

Comment

We now know: reform, revolution and race in post-apartheid South Africa
Jacob Dlamini, 36-43

Reflection

‘Farewells to the peasantry?’ and its relevance to recent South African debates
Henry Bernstein, 44-52

A reflection on the land question, country and city
Alan Mabin, 53-72

Human rights and customary law under the new Constitution
Tom Bennett, 73-80

Comment

Revisiting unresolved questions: land, food and agriculture
Ruth Hall, 81-94

Reflection

We are all radical feminists now: reflections on ‘A bit on the side’
Jo Beall, Shireen Hassim, Alison Todes, 95-106

The women’s struggle for equality during South Africa’s transition to democracy
Sheila Meintjes, 107-115

Comment

Does South Africa attend to issues which affect women the most?: A reflection
Thenjiwe Meyiwa, 116-121

Reflection

Zimbabwe’s war veterans: from demobilisation to re-mobilisation
Muchaparara Musemwa, 122-131

Comment

Political pawns or active agents?
Showers Mawowa, 132-139

Reflection

The changing faces of urban civic organisation
Jeremy Seekings, 140-161

Play it again …. 20 years later
Daniel Nina, 162-168

Comment

Civil society, the state and the ruling party
Buntu Siwisa, 169-172

Reflection

Reflections on South Africa’s gold mining crisis: challenges for restructuring
Martin Nicol, Jean Leger, 173-184

Comment

Gold Mining Today
Sizwe Timothy Phakathi, 185-192