Criminal Justice in South Africa After Apartheid: A Pictorial, Video, and Auio Exposition

Robert Hanson, Northern Michigan University

After the fall of apartheid, the new government of South Africa struggled to democratize their criminal justice system while coping with an eroding economy, rising unemployment, and increasing street crime. Using photos, videos and taped interviews, the presenter-who has spent several months studying crime and justice in South Africa-describes how the criminal justice system has changed and the consequences of those changes.

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Updated 05/20/2006