eastern cape

Building vibrant and sustainable co-operative enterprises that stimulate the social economy of the provinceBuilding vibrant and sustainable co-operative enterprises that stimulate the social economy of the province
Report on the 2nd eastern cape provincial co-operatives indaba and exhibition held at the international convention centre, east london from the 27th to the 28th of october 2011
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Curriculum Vitae sean reddingCurriculum Vitae sean redding
Homophobia in Africa, Gender Violence in Africa, Relations between China and Africa, the Informal Economy in Africa, as well as upcoming issues on Surveillance and Security in Africa, and on Women in Africa
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Lack of ‘service delivery’ – the result of imperialist capitalist domination and control, or simply due to ‘corruption’?Lack of ‘service delivery’ – the result of imperialist capitalist domination and control, or simply due to ‘corruption’?
Attention is deliberately diverted from the real causes of the continued exploitation and suffering of the masses, namely the domination of the world by the giant monopolies and banks (imperialism)
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The Lives of j m coetzee’: Writer/ Critic/ Citizen ?The Lives of j m coetzee’: Writer/ Critic/ Citizen ?
Citation: Poyner, J, ‘ ‘The Lives of j m coetzee’: Writer/ Critic/ Citizen ?’’, 2003
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A position statement from Masimanyane Women’s Support Centre on the Decriminalisation of ProstitutionA position statement from Masimanyane Women’s Support Centre on the Decriminalisation of Prostitution
Eastern Cape and we have provided services to more than 300 000 women and girls. We have developed a strong analysis on the particular way in which inequality is played out in our society and how it harms our ability to realise a society that is fair and just
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Chapter 11 Learning to Lose, Learning to Win: Government and Opposition in South Africa’s Transition to Democracy Antoinette Handley Christina Murray Richard SimeonChapter 11 Learning to Lose, Learning to Win: Government and Opposition in South Africa’s Transition to Democracy Antoinette Handley Christina Murray Richard Simeon
In our exploration of the South African case, we examine both sides of the coin. We argue that learning to lose and learning to win are complementary and reinforcing phenomena
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Republic of South AfricaRepublic of South Africa
Sentence judgment delivered: 15 april 2013
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