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The Freedom Charter, signed in Kliptown in 1955, has given birth to free debate and labour rights. Picture: Robben Island Mayibuye archives
The Freedom Charter, signed in Kliptown in 1955, has given birth to free debate and labour rights. Picture: Robben Island Mayibuye archives

The country needs to create its future in a similar vein to the Freedom Charter, says Barney Pityana, while Supra Mahumapelo feels that SA requires a renewal, reconciling and healing process.

Barney Pityana

Nation Dialogues is an emerging international mechanism for the resolution of conflict, the promotion of peace and democracy, and the establishment of democracy and good governance around the world.

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