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Despite the sadness felt because of the needless suffering and the loss of so many loved ones, the future can be looked forward to with hope. The situation in the multi-racial hospital ward is symbolic of the new South Africa. The walls between the races have been torn down and new bonds are forged on the basis of a common humanity. South Africa is becoming a rainbow nation. To the creation of this new country the returnees want to lend a helping hand. They are not returning to the fold of their own people, but they wholeheartedly embrace all the peoples of South Africa.
German Refugee Artists and Intellectuals in America from the 1930s to the Present. New York : Viking Press, 1983. HERMAND, Jost. Kultur im Wiederaufbau. Die Bundesrepublik Deutschland 1945–1965. Munich : Nymphenburger, 1986. HOLZNER , Johann, Sigurd Paul SCHEICHL , and Wolfgang WIESMÜLLER , eds. Eine schwierige Heimkehr. Österreichische Literatur im Exil 1938–1945. Innsbruck : Institut für Germanistik, 1991. 2001, 12:47 34 Dieter Sevin K EIM, Anton Maria, ed. Exil und Rückkehr – Emigranten und Heimkehr.
Asmal et al.  11. Asmal et al.  18–19. 2001, 12:53 54 Geoffrey V. Davis the truth that came to light during the hearings was often so unimaginable as to be almost beyond the endurance of those forced to listen to it. So, too, was the scale of activities undertaken and the number of killings committed by the police and in clandestine ‘third force’ operations. 16 In spite of the fact that it is a flawed process, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has been extremely effective in laying bare much of the truth about the apartheid system that would never otherwise have come to light.