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n New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy - Urban governance in post-apartheid cities - modes of engagement in South Africa's metropoles, Marie Huchzermeyer and Christoph Haferburg (eds.) : book review

Volume 2015, Issue 60
  • ISSN : 1607-2820
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Abstract

South Africa's major cities are under enormous pressure to transform into attractive and competent spaces for the advancement of socio-economic development. The tensions and challenges of overcoming the legacy of apartheid spatial planning have been compounded by the flux of people moving to and between cities in the post-apartheid era. Thus the legacy of spatial segregation is still manifest in the "evil triplets" of poverty, unemployment and income inequality,and the scourge of HIV/AIDS.

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2019-03-24

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