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n Journal of Public Administration - Civil Governance of South Africa's territorial waters, exclusive economic zone and continental shelf (F. D. Deacon)
A provincial governance perspective : comments

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Abstract

The viewpoint in which the author expressed some comments on the necessity to restructure and improve sea-governance in South Africa and the region, explores an important yet neglected aspect of public administration. South Africa is partly encompassed by a substantial coastline. The strategic global positioning of the Country and its coastline renders it an important role-player in international affairs. It is after all the reason why the Dutch East India Company decided to establish a halfway station in the Cape in 1652. The considerations that applied in 1652 are even more apposite within the present reality of international trade, global terror and crime, and information and communications technology!

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2002-12-01
2016-12-05
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