Summary: Factors accounting for South Africa’s relatively peaceful transition from apartheid state to nonracial democracy, focusing on situational variables and the personality characteristics of South African presidents P.W. Botha, F.W. de Klerk, and Nelson Mandela.
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The amalgam of compulsive and narcissistic personality patterns in conjunction with aloofness and aggressive, distrusting features in Robert Mugabe’s psychological profile suggests the presence of the “bureaucratic compulsive” syndrome.