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  • Intergovernmental fiscal relations in South Africa and the role of the Financial and Fiscal Commission: A 20 year review 

    de Visser, Jaap; Ayele, Zemelak (Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, 2014-07)
    The Finance and Fiscal Commission is government’s primary advisor with regard to intergovernmental fiscal relations. Its constitutional entrenchment and establishment in 1994 signalled that the post‐apartheid government ...
  • Letting the numbers speak: Census 2011 

    Ayele, Zemelak (Local Government Bulletin, 2012)
    The South African Statistics Council has released the much-anticipated Census 2011 results. Its report provides relevant and timely information on a wide range of matters. This article focuses on those results that relate ...
  • Local government in Ethiopia: still an apparatus of control? 

    Ayele, Zemelak (University of the Western Cape, 2011)
    Historically, local authorities in Ethiopia enjoyed wide political, administrative, judicial, and financial autonomy. However, from the 1850s a process of territorial expansion and centralisation was initiated in the ...
  • The (mis)management of ethno-linguistic diversity in Ethiopian cities 

    Ayele, Zemelak; de Visser, Jaap (Taylor & Francis, 2017)
    Ethiopia has an ethnic federal system that is based on the assumption that the ethnolinguistic communities of the country are located in neatly defined, or definable, territorial areas. On the basis of this assumption the ...
  • The (mis)management of ethnolinguistic diversity in Ethiopian cities 

    Ayele, Zemelak; de Visser, Jaap (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
    Ethiopia has an ethnic federal system that is based on the assumption that the ethnolinguistic communities of the country are located in neatly defined, or definable, territorial areas. On the basis of this assumption ...