Wolfram Weisse


In a previous publication we concentrated on the role of the Dutch Reformed Church
(DRC) in the last phase of Apartheid (see No 76 of in the year 2001 “The
Dutch Reformed Church and Transition in SA”). The focus of this volume of is
directed to the years from 1990 to the present. The general aim is to better understand the
role of the DRC in the contemporary frame of South Africa and in its future. Although the
DRC does not have the power it used to have up to 1990 anymore, this church nevertheless
has a big relevance within the South African Society, a factor that should not be underestimated.
The members of the DRC still represent an important sector of the South African
society and thus the position of this church is important in the public realm.

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