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Research data: GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE
The question to be answered by Parliament when it scrutinises the government's Budget is whether the Budget Speech and the Budget Review mee...
2018 What role for community?: critical reflections on state-driven support for vulnerable children and orphans in South Africa
The HIV&AIDS; pandemic in South Africa has left behind large numbers of vulnerable children and orphans. Current estimates suggest that 3.7 ...
2017 In search of socio-ecological resilience and adaptive capacity: articulating the governance imperatives for improved canal management on the Barotse floodplain, Zambia
Governance of the commons through collective action remains an ongoing challenge in many rural areas of Africa. In this paper, we articulate...Download this report
2016 A comparative analysis of corruption in South Africa and China: evidence from the application of governance theory
Concerns about corruption in South Africa and China have intensified in recent years. Improved public administration, greater efficiency, tr...