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Research outputs: DEMOCRACY
The sensitivity and slowness inherent in the separation of powers are a reality in South Africas relatively new constitutional democracy, wh...Download this report
2019 Book review: Cheeseman, N. (ed.) 2018. Institutions and democracy in Africa: how the rules of the game shape political developments. Cambridge:Cambridge University Press. ISBN 97811071248246
Legal systems, inter-state dispute settlement, political risk insurance and regional human rights in settling investor state disputes. Howev...Download this report
This book analyses the decline of the ANC in Nelson Mandela Bay, the economic hub of the Eastern Cape, also known as the party???s heartland...