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Research outputs: DEMOCRACY
This chapter discusses South Africa's political culture following the end of apartheid in 1994. Central to successful democratic consolidati...Download this report
In this retrospective and prospective chapter we offer brief and tentative conclusions to a volume charged with the almost impossible task o...
The purpose of this introduction is to map and address some of the conceptual issues that have arisen in the development of this recovery ag...
Ward delimitation is a call that demands interrogation. Issues of ward delimitation and their impact on service delivery are critical. While...