Developing the culture of governance and democracy in South Africa, 1994-1999
PUBLICATION YEAR: 1999
TITLE AUTHOR(S): M.M.Khosa
KEYWORDS: DEMOCRACY, GOVERNANCE, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, POST APARTHEID SOUTH AFRICA, PUBLIC PERCEPTION, TRUST
DEPARTMENT: Deputy CEO: Research (DCEO_R), Deputy CEO: Research (ERKC), Deputy CEO: Research (CGI)
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AbstractOffers a critical assessment and appreciation of the development of the culture if and legitimacy of governance in South Africa. Focuses in public perceptions of government performance at national, provincial and local spheres of government by race, province and income.
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