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Book Book Leiden University catalogue Leiden University catalogue
Title:The Zuma administration: critical challenges
Editors:Kondlo, Kwandiwe MerrimanISNI
Maserumule, Mashupye HerbetISNI
Year:2010
Pages:146
Language:English
City of publisher:Cape Town
Publisher:HSRC Press
ISBN:0796923167; 9780796923165
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:government policy
development
public services
poverty reduction
About person:Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma (1942-)ISNI
External link:https://www.hsrcpress.ac.za/books/the-zuma-administration
Abstract:This collection of essays deals with the political and administrative dynamics in South Africa since the birth of democracy in 1994, through the era of the Mbeki administration (1999-2008) and the transition to the Zuma administration, that took office in May 2009. It deals with the challenges of building a developmental State in South Africa and delivering on the promises of land reform, agrarian transformation and rural development. Each chapter focuses on an issue identified by the author as part of the challenge facing the Zuma administration. Contents: Introduction: political and governance challenges (Kwandiwe M. Kondlo) - Consolidating a developmental State agenda: a governance problem (Mashupye H. Maserumule) - Rural development under a 'developmental State': analysing the new policy shift on agrarian transformation in South Africa (Gilingwe Mayende) - Public service delivery issues in question (Modimowabarwa H. Kanyane) - Governmental relations in a maturing South African democracy (David M. Mello) - Socio-economic development and poverty reduction in South Africa (Polly Mashigo). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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