Can faith be the bridge between the countless ethnic groups stirring within the country? What role does South Africa play in international politics? The constitution, based on individual rights, was seen by local and international politicians and media representatives as a guarantee of endless freedom for the 'rainbow nation'. Nearly three decades later, however, tempers seem to be flaring as the one-party state fails and minorities become increasingly alienated. We are seeking answers to whether the rainbow nation will eventually step out of the shadow of Apartheid and find a path of its own.