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New South African review 3 : the second phase - tragedy or farce? / edited by John Daniel ... [et al.].


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Johannesburg : Wits University Press, 2013.
  • Book
  • 342 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • pt. 1. Party, power and class. The power elite in democratic South Africa : race and class in a fractured society
  • The ANC circa 2012-13 : colossus in decline?
  • Fragile multi-class alliances compared : some unlikely parallels between the National Party and the African National Congress
  • Predicaments of post-apartheid social movement politics : the Anti-Privatisation Forum in Johannesburg. pt. 2. Ecology, economy and labour. Mass unemployment and the low-wage regime in South Africa
  • Nationalisation and the mines
  • Broad-based BEE? HCI's empowerment model and the syndicalist tradition
  • 'Ask for a camel when you expect to get a goat' : contentious politics and the climate justice movement
  • Hydraulic fracturing in South Africa : correcting the democratic deficits. pt. 3. Public policy and social practice. Understanding the persistence of low levels of skills in South Africa
  • Equity, quality and access in South African education
  • Health sector reforms and policy implementation in South Africa
  • Cadre deployment versus merit? Reviewing politicisation in the public service
  • Traditional male initiation : culture and the constitution. pt. 4. South Africa at large. South Africa and the BRIC : punching above its weight?
  • The Swazi nation, the Swazi government and the South African connection.
Daniel, John.

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