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Government responses to street homelessness in South Africa
This paper reviews government responses intended to assist the street homeless in South Africa. The paper demonstrates that in South Africa the legislation and policy responses to the problem ofExpand
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South African Governance in Review: Anti-Corruption, Local Government, Traditional Leadership
Acknowledgements The papers presented in this volume were based on research studies produced by the Democracy and Governance (D&G) Programme of the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) for a largerExpand
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Assessing Racial Redress in the Public Service
Efforts to make South Africa’s public service more representative were propelled by the introduction of a non-racial democracy in 1994. The racial profile of South Africa’s public service wasExpand
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The challenges of policy coordination at a programme level: Why joining-up is hard to do
This article examines obstacles to policy coordination to promote development at a programme level. Contemporary efforts to promote coordination or ‘joined-up’ working across government entitiesExpand
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Implementing the National Development Plan? Lessons from Co-ordinating Grand Economic Policies in South Africa
Abstract The formulation of grand economic policy strategies to promote growth, job creation, and industrial development has been a regular feature in South Africa's democratic transformation. TheExpand
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The politics and governance of basic education: A tale of two South African provinces
This paper synthesises the findings of research on the politics and governance in South Africa, undertaken at multiple levels, and using multiple methods. The research explored two core questions:Expand
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The politics of anti-corruption enforcement in South Africa
The criminalisation of corruption recognises that the misuse of official office for private gain exacts a detrimental and distorting effect on a country's social and economic development. This isExpand
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The Provincial Government Reform Process in South Africa: Policy Discretion and Developmental Relevance
The aim of this paper is to examine the veracity of the assertion that provincial governments in South Africa possess a relatively unclear developmental role, contributing to questions about theirExpand
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Factors affecting duodenal ulcer healing. Four double-blind trials in 193 patients.
An analysis of four double-blind endoscopically controlled trials carried out in 1978 -1980 is presented. Drugs utilized were (patient numbers in brackets): a new histamine H2-receptor antagonistExpand
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The effect of stressful life situations on the healing of duodenal ulceration.
Ninety-five duodenal ulcer patients were assessed by a gastro-enterologist as being either difficult or easy healers. Difficult healers were defined as those taking longer than 6 weeks to heal orExpand
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