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The moving line between state benevolence and control: Municipal indigent programmes in South Africa
free in South Africa. Having registered as municipal indigents, the poor not only gain access to free basic services but also embark upon a voyage into a bureaucratic underworld where policies are changed and eligibility ...
Citizenship, community participation and social change: The case of area coordinating teams in Cape Town, South Africa
Social change does not roll in under the wheels of inevitability On the contrary; we have to organize for it, mobilize for it, struggle for it and indeed, plan for it. This is especially so in a country such as South Africa, ...
Local government revenue leakages through corruption during the Covid-19 pandemic in Africa: The case of Zimbabwe
(University of the Western Cape, 2022)
Zimbabwe has over the years experienced rampant corruption in all sectors of the economy. At local government level, there have been several allegations of corruption in areas such as revenue collection, procurement and ...