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HIV/AIDS in prison : the public policy challenge for South Africa.
In South Africa, both the number of people entering prison, and the number of people infected with HIV, are steadily increasing. While reliable statistics are not available on the number of HIV+ prisoners, the characteristics ...
The transformation of South African foreign intelligence in a global context : resources, functions and case study.
The primary focus of this dissertation is the transformation of South Africa's foreign intelligence service. This transformation is seen in the light of the individual histories of the pre-1994 intelligence services (state, ...
The quest for "flexible" trade unionism in post-apartheid South Africa : engaging neo-liberal hegemony.
The inauguration of Nelson Mandela as President of South Africa after the first-ever democratic elections, in many ways marked the end of official apartheid and the beginning of new times in the country's history. For the ...
Regional conflicts and policy shifts in the post-apartheid era : impact of domestic politics on South Africa's foreign policy.
Despite its rhetoric about prioritising Africa and the need for an African Renaissance, South Africa's leadership is severely constrained by domestic political factors in its ability to engage and lead the continent. To ...
Public accountability and transparency of parastatal organisations in South Africa : Umgeni Water as an illustrative case.
South Africa's public institutions are expected to conduct their activities in a way that satisfy the public interest to ensure the welfare of the people. In formulating public policies and in carrying out their duties, ...