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Poverty and livelihoods : the significance of agriculture for rural livelihoods in KwaZulu-Natal (1993-1998)
Rural people in South Africal/KwaZulu-Natal makes up a large portion of the total population. They depend on a wide range of activities for living. Besides farming, they also engage in petty trade and wage work in towns ...
Orientations to development : a comparative analysis in Natal and KwaZulu.
In the last four decades social scientists have been preoccupied with the process of modernisation and development. Theorists who emphasised a normative perspective distinguished between value systems relating to individuals ...
The 'managed' co-operative : a case study into the social and economic benefits of participating in rural co-operatives in KwaZulu-Natal.
The primary goal of development is to alleviate poverty, and thus improve people's lives. Co-operatives around the world are becoming used more regularly as a vehicle for such development. However, as a result of ...
Contracting NGOs for development : lessons and experiences for NGO- government collaboration in South Africa : a case study of the Association for Rural Advancement (AFRA)
The practice of contracting out services to non-governmental organisations (NGOs) has spread worldwide during the 1990's, and has significantly reshaped the relationship between government and NGOs. Within this dissertation, ...