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THE ACCOMMODATION OF RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY IN SOUTH AFRICA AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF THE CENTRALITY OF THE EQUALITY PRINCIPLE IN THE NEW CONSTITUTIONAL DISPENSATION

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 August 2001

Kristin Henrard
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Department of International Law and Constitutional Law, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

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South Africa is often characterized as a highly religious country since many South Africans consider their religious beliefs to be central to their lives. Although religion is widely believed to be a “non-issue”, these strong religious identifications might, however, play a role in the apparent ethnic resurgence. Consequently, the religious diversity of South Africa should be appropriately accommodated in the post-apartheid regime so as to prevent religion-based conflict.

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© 2001 School of Oriental and African Studies

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