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by Sandra Swart in 2016
The aim of this multi-authored volume is to shed new light on how and why Native Life came into being at a critical historical juncture, and to reflect on how it can be read in relation to South Africa’s heightened challenges today. Crucial areas that come under the spotlight in this collection...
by Ian Scoones, Zimbabweland in 2016
This is the first in a series of three blogs about the fate of farmworkers in Zimbabwe after land reform. How are people improving their livelihoods, and what is happening to those who see a deterioration in their livelihoods? These studies have aimed to find out. What is clear is that a single...
by D. Sibanda, B.N. Tapela, Administratio Publica | Vol 24 No 3 in 2016
Rapid urbanisation in post-apartheid South Africa has led to sprawling informal settlements and informal tenancy in low- and middle-income residential areas. This situation is placing strain on the infrastructural and institutional capacity of water services. Apart from concerns about dwindling...
by PMG in 2016
The Department of Social Development invites you to comment on the Draft Social Assistance Amendment Bill, 2016. The Bill seeks to amend the Social Assistance Act, 2004, so as to: • insert new definitions; • provide for additional payments or benefits linked to social assistance; • establish the...
by Alida Bundy , Ratana Chuenpagdee, Moenieba Isaacs, et al in 2016
This journal article is co-authored by Moenieba Isaacs at PLAAS. Global change is occurring now, often with consequences far beyond those anticipated. Although there is a wide range of assessment approaches available to address-specific aspects of global change, there is currently no framework to...

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