n Journal of Public Administration - Editorial




South Africa, as is the case with the rest of Africa, is faced with increasing pressure by its citizens to improve their living conditions. Various marches are held in various countries to highlight the dilemmas of the developing countries regarding the effects of poverty and the debt of African countries. The demonstrators shout slogans to focus the attention of the richer donor countries on the need to alleviate poverty in the developing countries and in that way to increase the ability of such countries to devote more resources to improve the rendering of basic services to the respective poor communities of society.


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