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The effect of the electoral institutions on voter turnout in South African elections : a zoom-in on the electoral participation patterns of the electorate in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) 2011 local elections.
Electoral systems have far-reaching political consequences in representative democracies and are arguably the cornerstone of electoral democracies. A country’s electoral system directly determines among other things the ...
State fragility and the reign of terror in Nigeria : a case of Boko Haram terrorism.
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The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature : political elite formation and change, 1994-2004.
This is a study, through extensive empirical fieldwork research, of political elite formation in the Provincial Legislature of KwaZulu-Natal over a ten-year period from 1994-2004. The period of this study covers two ...
Youth engagement in the eThekwini Municipality : perceptions, attitudes and behaviours of youth acting civically.
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Regional conflicts and policy shifts in the post-apartheid era : impact of domestic politics on South Africa's foreign policy.
Despite its rhetoric about prioritising Africa and the need for an African Renaissance, South Africa's leadership is severely constrained by domestic political factors in its ability to engage and lead the continent. To ...
Assessing South Africa's "quiet diplomacy" towards Zimbabwe : strengths and weaknesses.
The research project begins with the land reform programme in Zimbabwe between 2000 and 2008. Under colonialism Britain took most arable land from the indigenous Zimbabweans and gave it to the white (minority) settler ...
'Tapping into the chaos' : crisis, state and accumulation in Zimbabwe.
The conjunctural dynamics of the Zimbabwe crisis after 2000 have produced a distinctive pattern of accumulation .Four features are noticeable in this pattern - firstly ; disorder and/or violence has become common , both ...
The international political economy of fishery management : the case of pirate fishing off the Senegalese coast.
In 2002, at the Johannesburg World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) a plan emerged to restore the approximately 60% of global fish stocks, which have been fished to the brink of destruction, to biologically sustainable ...