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Lesotho's transition to democratic rule : an era of "fragile" democracy.
Many in Lesotho had hoped that the 1993 elections would restore democratic rule and establish the political stability that had eluded the country since independence. The post-1993 transition to democratic rule created ...
Assessing the implications of South Africa's commercial expansion in the rest of Africa.
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The role of the military in the political conflict in Lesotho : with special reference tot he 1998 failed coup d'etat.
The central argument in the thesis is that lack of professionalism within the military establishment was the leading factor for coups in the politics of Lesotho. Other sources of military involvement in the politics of ...
The role of non-governmental organisations in capacity building for democracy in KwaZulu-Natal : a case study of the Centre for Public Participation and the Democracy Development Programme.
This study evaluates the role of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in educating people about participatory democracy in post apartheid South Africa. After the first democratic elections in 1994 the new government ...
The role of traditional healers in the fight against HIV/AIDS : the case study of Tembisa Township, South Africa.
South Africa has a high HIV/AIDS prevalence. Due to the unavailability of antiretroviral drugs and South African’s trust in traditional healers for health problems, traditional healers are involved in treating HIV/AIDS. ...