A synthesis of evidence from four local municipality studies: Sakhisizwe Local Municipality – Eastern Cape, Nkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality – KwaZulu-Natal, Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality – Limpopo, Matzikama Local Municipality – Western Cape
de Satgé, Rick
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This paper sets out to provide an accessible summary of the key findings which have emerged from the extensive research conducted as part of a project to develop a draft policy framework for employment intensive land reform. The project has been managed by the Institute for Poverty Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS) in association with Phuhlisani NPC. It has been funded under the auspices of the Capacity Building Programme for Employment Promotion (CBPEP) managed by the Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC) with support of the delegation of the European Union to South Africa
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