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Reconsidering the origins of protest in South Africa: some lessons from Cape Town and Pietermaritzburg
(Unisa Press, 2011)
Protest politics in South Africa has a long history and has been deployed differentially in different historical moments. Whereas protests formed an important vehicle during the fight against apartheid, their rebirth and ...
Between supply and demand: the limits to participatory development in South Africa
Much of the focus in the literature on participatory development has been on the demand side and on the extent to which citizens succeed in pressuring the state to deliver basic services. Less attention has been focused ...
An exploration of the concept of community and its impact on participatory governance policy and service delivery in poor areas of Cape Town, South Africa
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
The inclusion of citizen participation as a means to the equitable delivery of public services has distinguished South Africa’s democratic development trajectory over the last 20 years. While equitable resource allocation ...