2014 marks 20 years of democracy in South Africa, as we contemplate South Africa’s post-Apartheid hearings and the legacy of Nelson Mandela. Has the Truth and Reconciliation process been a catalyst for other communities emerging from violent histories? Where is South Africa on today’s world stage?
Charlayne Hunter-Gault, award-winning journalist
Zakes Mda, writer and cultural commentator
Lydia Polgreen, international editor and correspondent, The New York Times
John Stremlau Ph.D., Vice President, Peace Programs at The Carter Center