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Research outputs: DEMOCRACY
The impact of the Xhalanga District Court judgement by a full bench of the Eastern Cape High Court on 18 August 2015 in favour of the local ...
The overall objective of the 2013 Voter Participation Survey (VPS) is to inform and guide the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) in its ...
Digital technology (ICT) has an important role to play in enhancing South African democracy. In an interconnected world, Web 2.0 and social ...Download this report
Despite South Africa's achievement in creating this new constitution, enshrining both rights and obligations, the past 19 years have not bee...