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Fuelling the dragon : energy resource competition in East Asia as component of regional instability.
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Do youth structures facilitate meaningful youth participation in local government? : a case study of Msunduzi Municipality.
As the third sphere of government, and the one 'closest to the people', local government has been given a mandate of promoting and ensuring community participation in its municipal governance. Both the Municipal Structures ...
Cities and the origins of capitalism in Natal : the role of cities and towns in the incorporation of Natal in the capitalist world-system, 1837-1899.
This dissertation looks at the role cities and towns played in the incorporation of Natal into the capitalist world-system. It looks at which urban network came into existence and how this interacted with the development ...
Efficiency versus democracy : unpacking the decision-making process in South African cities.
This thesis probes the extent and consequences of the new local government reforms in four municipalities, namely, Msunduzi, (Pietermaritzburg) Buffalo City, (East London) eThekwini (Durban) and Nelson Mandela (Port ...
Religion and conflict transformation in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 1999-2004.
This study investigates the role of religious networks in the conflict transformation process in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) between 1999 and 2004. Religious groups are an important segment of Congolese ...
Caveat emptor. Ideological paradigms in decolonising and postcolonial Africa.
The study is premised on a notion of 'African crisis'. Since the notion of crisis is multi-dimensional, hence susceptible to variable interpretations and emphases, the study posits and argues two interconnected hypotheses, ...
The substantive representation of women in parliament with specific reference to the provincial legislature of Gauteng, 2001-2004.
In this study, I examine the substantive representation of women in the Provincial Legislature of Gauteng. The general perception is that if there is a substantial numerical representation of women in parliaments, then ...