Democratisation of South African local government - a tale of three cities
- Cameron R
- ISBN: 9780627024238
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: N/A
- 345 Pages | Published: 1999
Summary This informative study gives a general overview of the constitutional and legislative procedures involved in the democratisation process from 1994. Detailed case studies analyse the demarcation process in three major metropolitan areas: Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. For lecturers only
2. Local government boundary demarcation: an international overview
3. The pre-interim and interim phase: the democratisation of South African local government
4. Boundary demarcation in the Cape of Storms Part I: The Cape Metropolitan Council boundary
Part II: The Cape Metropolitan Council: Transitional Metropolitan Substructure boundaries
5. From hard top to soft serve: demarcation of metropolitan government in Johannesburg
6. Demarcating South Africa's metro areas: a cautionary lesson from the Durban Metropolitan Area
7. The Final Constitution: the evaluation of local government?
8. Post-elections - the governance of Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban Metropolitan Areas: a preliminary look
9. Summary, conclusion and recommendations
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