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Research outputs: DEMOCRACY
2016 Upholding democratic ideals and the challenge of regulating political party funding and election campaign finance: case study of southern Africa
This paper is based largely on selected key findings of the Money, Politics and Transparency Project research survey coordinated jointly by ...Download this report
Following the end of the apartheid system, the new democratic government declared a number of sites 'places of historic or cultural importan...