This, the third title in a trilogy studying transformation in post-apartheid South Africa, follows on two studies published in 2000: Infrastructure mandates for change and empowerment through service delivery.Strong protest came from the Development Research Institute (DRI), an NGO representing 100 civic associations in Gauteng, which formally opposed continued development of the project after Phase 1A (Pottinger, 1997). ... Resettlement arrangements were apparently not properly implemented, e.g. replacement housing was far behind schedule. ... made provision for three autonomous governing bodies that would be responsible for implementation, operations and maintenance.
|Title||:||Empowerment Through Economic Transformation|
|Author||:||Meshack M. Khosa|
|Publisher||:||HSRC Press - 2001|