Phaphama iAfrika!: The African Renaissance and Corparate South Africa

By Francis Korgnegay and Chris Landsberg. In: African Security Review Volume 7 No 4 1998. It is conceivable that, during the age of an ‘African renaissance’ — as espoused by South African Deputy President Thabo Mbeki — the interaction between established business and foreign policy will become pronounced and intense. While the Deputy President will expect commercial interests to assume a central role in foreign policy, the tense relationship between established business and government will make this difficult to realise. Thabo Mbeki’s commercial diplomacy will therefore experience serious strain. |+| Full Text Article

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