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From the Community Law Centre to the Dullah Omar Institute: The Path of Engaged Research
(UWC Press, 2020)
Commencing its life as a research, advocacy and constitution-building entity in 1990, the Community Law Centre, later becoming the Dullah Omar Institute, has over the past 29 years played a significant role in the shaping ...
Real or imagined local autonomy: Experiences from local government in Ethiopia, South Africa and Zimbabwe
(Koninklijke Brill NV, 2021)
Centralized rule has been common in Africa, and almost all African countries implemented, constitutionally or otherwise, programs of centralization from the time they achieved independence from colonial rule. They did ...
South Africa: Surfing towards centralisation on the Covid-19 wave
When the Covid-19 pandemic reached its shores between February and March 2020, South Africa was already in a vulnerable situation – socially, economically, and politically. Although the country’s population, estimated ...