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Consolidating South Africa's Emerging Democratic Developmental State through Developmental Local Government

Consolidating South Africa's Emerging Democratic Developmental State through Developmental Local Government

CROP POVERTY BRIEF 47: By Isaac Khambule (PhD Candidate at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and a Researcher at the Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa)

December 2018


This Special Issue Brief is part of a series of short research notes from an international workshop on “Perspectives on the Democratic Developmental State" held in Cape Town in February 2018, supported by the CROP/UiB-UKZN-CODESRIA UTFORSK Partnership for Poverty and Sustainable Development Studies.

This brief focuses on the role of developmental local government in consolidating South Africa's emerging democratic developmental state.

CROP Poverty Brief 47: Consolidating South Africa's Emerging Democratic Developmental State through Developmental Local Government

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