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Research outputs: LEGISLATIIVE PROCESS
The Traditional Courts Bill that seeks to regulate traditional courts and customary law to replace an outdated piece of legislation containe...Download this report
2008 Contemplating possible assumptions in the 50/50 debate: how do we envision women in legislated positions representing women?
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This book examines public participation in democratic governance in South Africa. The South African democracy is fairly new, giving rise to...