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South Africa: Budget speech 2008/09
Trevor Manuel, 20 Feb 2008


Towards a democratic definition of poverty
Gemma Wright, Michael Noble, Wiseman Magasela, 2008


Urban Renewal and Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Programme: Nodal reports
Strategy & Tactics, Khanya-AICDD, 2008


Income and expenditure of households 2005/2006: Analysis of results
Statistics South Africa, 2008


The state of the movements and our tasks for the rebuilding process
Mondli Hlatshwayo, Social Movements Indaba (SMI), Dec 2007


DFID research strategy (2008 - 2013) consultations in South Africa
Andrew Ainslie, Asma Hassen, Khanya-African Institute for Community-Driven Development (Khanya-aicdd), Dec 2007


Towards a Resolution on Rural Development, Land Reform and Agrarian Change: ANC Economic Transformation Committee Discussion Document
ANC Economic Transformation Committee, 2007


Zimbabwe Exodus: Too little, but not too late...
Sean Garcia and Patrick Duplat, Refugees International, 7 Nov 2007


Transcending two economies
Edited by Patrick Bond , Nov 2007


South Africa: Community Survey 2007
Statistics South Africa, 24 Oct 2007


Community-Based Worker Systems a possible solution to more services, reaching many communities, and within budget: CBW partners in South Africa, Lesotho, Uganda and Kenya
Overseas Development Institute (ODI), Oct 2007


LED and the biodiversity economy: Who benefits most?
Wendy Crane, Oct 2007


The depth and quality of public participation in the IDP process in Gauteng
Hein Marais, David Everatt and Nobayethi Dube, Strategy and Tactics, Oct 2007


Letter from the President: MDGs - defences against the tsunami of world poverty
Thabo Mbeki, President of South Africa, 21 Sep 2007


The impact of unconditional cash transfers on nutrition: The South African child support grant
Jorge M. Agero, Michael R. Carter, Ingrid Woolard, International Poverty Centre (IPC), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Sep 2007


Global warming and agriculture: New country estimates show developing countries face declines in agricultural productivity
William R. Cline, Center for Global Development (CGD), Sep 2007


Informal Cross Border Food Trade in Southern Africa
FEWS NET/ World Food Programme (WFP) Cross Border Food Trade Monitoring System Technical Committee, Sep 2007


South Africa: Millennium Development Goals mid-term country report - September 2007
Government of South Africa, Sep 2007


African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM): South Africa Country Review Report
African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), Sep 2007


Poverty and inequality after apartheid
Jeremy Seekings, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), University of Cape Town, Sep 2007


An investigation into the funding of communities: Volume 1, Lessons and best practice
Khanya-African Institute for Community-Driven Development (Khanyaaicdd), 18 Aug 2007


Implementation of Government's National Industrial Policy Framework: Industrial Policy Action Plan, August 2007 (South Africa)
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Government of South Africa, Aug 2007


Freedom to innovate: Biotechnology in Africas development - report of the High-level African Panel on Modern Biotechnology
Calestous Juma and Ismail Serageldin, African Union (AU) and New Partnership for Africas Development (NEPAD), Aug 2007


South African Energy Policy and G8 Petersburg Declaration on Global Energy Security
Hilton Trollip, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Aug 2007


Report of Regional Workshop on "Strengthening responses to the Triple Threat in Southern Africa - learning from field programmes in Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia"
Joint Project of Concern Worldwide (CW), Oxfam International (OI) and The Southern African Regional Poverty Network (SARPN), Aug 2007


Poverty trends since the transition: What we know
Servaas van der Berg, Megan Louw, Leon du Toit, Department of Economics, Stellenbosch University, Aug 2007


Report and recommendations by the Panel of Experts on the Development of Policy regarding Land Ownership by Foreigners in South Africa, August 2007
Prof. Shadrack Gutto (Chairperson), Dr Joe Matthews (Deputy Chairperson), Prof. Fred Hendricks, Mr. Bonile Jack, Prof. Dirk Kotz, Mr. Mandla Mabuza, Ms Nothemba Rossette Mlozi, Ms Mandisa Monokali, Mr Cecil Morden, Ms Christine Qunta, Aug 2007


Summative report of the Masibambane II programme
David Everatt, Phillip Ravenscroft, Dave Still, Matthew J Smith, Nobayethi Dube, Nicky McLeod, Jim Gibson, Cindy Illing, Derek Hazelton, Junior Khanyi, Patrick Mbanjwa, Ross Jennings and fieldwork teams from Q&A and Field Focus, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF); Strategy and Tactics, Aug 2007


"How can services operate at scale to promote sustainable livelihoods in Limpopo?" Report from the Khanya-aicdd Seminar in Limpopo, South Africa
Khanya - African Institute for Community-Driven Development (Khanya aicdd), 20 Jul 2007


Taxing agricultural land: A policy instrument for land use intensification, local development and land market reform
Malcolm D. Childress, Peter Hansen, David Solomon, Rogier van den Brink, University of Witwatersrand / World Bank, 10 Jul 2007


Land Redistribution in South Africa: Progress to Date
Edward Lahiff, Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), University of the Western Cape, 9 Jul 2007


History and Role of Social Movements
Sam Moyo, African Institute for Agrarian Studies, 9 Jul 2007


Letter to Premier Ndebele re: KZN Elimination and Prevention of the Re-emergence of Slums Bill
Jean du Plessis, Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions, 4 Jul 2007


Expanding the Social Security Net in South Africa: Opportunities, challenges and constraints
Kalie Pauw and Liberty Mncube, United Nations Development Programme, International Poverty Centre, Jul 2007


More than socially embedded: The distinctive character of 'Communal Tenure' regimes in South Africa and its implications for land policy
Ben Cousins, Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape, Jul 2007


Urban LandMark Newsletter: Volume 2, no. 3 - July 2007
Editor: Denise Buiten, Urban LandMark, Jul 2007


Harsh realities of HIV/AIDS in the workplace: Exploring the role of labour in tackling the pandemic
Thulani Guliwe, NALEDI, Jul 2007


A Review of National and Provincial Education Budgets 2007 (South Africa)
Russell Andrew Wildeman, IDASA, 28 Jun 2007


Voices of the poor: Synthesis and recommendations
Warren Smit, Development Action Group (DAG), Urban LandMark, 22 Jun 2007


Operation Murambatsvina comes to KZN: The notorious elimination and prevention of re-emergence of Slums Bill
Abahlali BaseMjondolo, 21 Jun 2007


Briefing by Minister Aziz Pahad on current international issues
Deputy Minister Aziz Pahad, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, South Africa, 7 Jun 2007


The impact of growth and redistribution on poverty and inequality in South Africa
Kalie Pauw and Liberty Mncube, International Poverty Centre, United Nations Development Programme, Jun 2007


Development Indicators Mid-Term Review: South Africa
Presidency of South Africa, Jun 2007


The HIV/AIDS Epidemic in South Africa
Kaiser Family Foundation, Jun 2007


Home Truths: The phenomenon of residential care for children in a time of AIDS
Helen Meintjes, Sue Moses, Lizette Berry and Ruth Mampane, Children's Institute, University of Cape Town and Centre for the Study of AIDS, University of Pretoria, Jun 2007


Report of the SARPN-IGD Policy Dialogue on the Impact of Liberalisation on the South African Economy: The case of the tourism and clothing sectors
Southern African Regional Poverty Network (SARPN) , 23 May 2007


HIV/AIDS and Democratic Governance in Africa: Illustrating the impact on electoral processes
Kondwani Chirambo, IDASA, 22 May 2007


Democracy without people: Political institutions and citizenship in the New South Africa
Robert Mattes, 12 May 2007


Poverty and inequality impacts of Trade Policy Reforms in South Africa
Ramos Mabugu, Margaret Chitiga, University of Pretoria and University of Zimbabwe, May 2007


A review of nutrition and food security approaches in HIV and AIDS programmes in Eastern and Southern Africa
Dora Panagides, Rick Graciano, Peter Atekyereza, Lilia Gerberg and Mickey Chopra, Helen Keller International / Makerere University / Congressional Hunger Center / Medical Research Council of South Africa, May 2007


Do informal land markets work for poor people? An assessment of three metropolitan cities in South Africa
Colin Marx , Isandla Institute and Stephen Berrisford Consulting with Progressus Research and Development, May 2007


Speech by the Acting Minister of Health, J Radebe, at the launch of the new South African National AIDS Council
Acting Minister of Health, J Radebe, Department of Health, South Africa, 30 Apr 2007


Address of the President of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki, at the opening ceremony of the UN Global Forum, fighting corruption and safeguarding integrity
President Thabo Mbeki, 2 Apr 2007


Biofuel production and the threat to South Africa's food security
A. Sugrue and R. Douthwaite, Wahenga.net, Apr 2007


Keynote address by Mr Mosibudi Mangena, to the second Southern African Development Community (SADC) workshop on indigenous knowledge systems in Livingstone, Zambia
Mosibudi Mangena, Department of Science and Technology of the Republic of South Africa, 28 Mar 2007


Address delivered by the Deputy President, Mrs Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, at the Africa Regional Meeting on Gender Justice: "Advancing Gender Justice in Conflict Affected Countries"
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, 22 Mar 2007


USAID/South Africa's economic capacity building impact assessment
David Soloman, Juliann Moodley, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), 5 Mar 2007


Rural livelihoods, poverty reduction, and food security in Southern Africa: Is CBNRM the answer?
Jaap Arntzen, Tshepo Setlhogile and Jon Barnes, FRAME, IUCN, Centre for Applied Research, International Resources Group, Mar 2007


The measurement of poverty in South Africa Project: Key issues
Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute (SPII), 27 Feb 2007


Budget Speech 2007 by Minister of Finance Trevor A Manuel, MP
Trevor Manuel, 21 Feb 2007


Address by the Minister of Social Development, Dr Zola Skweyiya on the occasion of the debate on the President's State of the Nation Address, Parliament, Cape Town, 13 February 2007
Dr Zola Skweyiya, 13 Feb 2007


State of the Nation Address of the President of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki: Joint Sitting of Parliament, 9 February 2007
Thabo Mbeki, 9 Feb 2007


The No Land, No House, No Vote Campaign Still on for 2009
M'du Hlongwa, 1 Feb 2007


Social Justice Response to the State of the Nation Address
Fazila Farouk, Editor: SANGONeT, SANGONeT, Feb 2007


Mr Minister, can poverty be more seriously addressed?
Margaret Legum, SA New Economics Network, 2007


South African Foreign Policy Monitor: Jan/Feb 2007
Editor: Tom Wheeler, South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), Jan 2007


State, market or the worst of both? Experimenting with market-based land reform in South Africa
Edward Lahiff, Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), University of Western Cape, Jan 2007


What Is Poverty: A qualitative reflection of people's experiences of poverty
Isobel Frye, National Labour and Economic Development Institute (NALEDI), 2007


Fighting the diseases of poverty
Edited by Philip Stevens, International Policy Network, 2007


The Policy Gap: A review of the corporate social responsibility programmes of the platinum mining industry in the North West Province
Bench Marks Foundation, 2007


What determines violent conflicts over natural resources? Evidence from land conflicts in South Africa and Zimbabwe
Dr. Sylvia Schweitzer, International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), 2007


A National Industrial Policy Framework (South Africa)
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Government of South Africa, 2007


Monitoring child well-being: A South African rights-based approach
Editors: Andrew Dawes, Rachel Bray and Amelia van der Merwe, Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), 2007


Regional call to participate in strengthening civil society voices to influence policies in the context of HIV and AIDS
SARN, COMBOCO, LANFE, 2007


Giving and Solidarity: Resource Flows for Poverty Alleviation in South Africa
Adam Habib, Brij Maharaj (eds), Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), 2007


Children on the move: Protecting unaccompanied migrant children in South Africa and the region
Save the Children (UK), 2007


Flogging a dead horse: Attempts by Van der Berg et al to measure changes in poverty and inequality
Charles Meth, Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU), University of Cape Town (UCT), 2007


Abahlali Bayanda! Volume 1, Issue 1 - December 2006
Izwi Labampofu: Voice of the poor, Dec 2006


Global Survey on Forced Evictions: violations of human rights
Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE), Dec 2006


Pro-poor rural economic and enterprise development: A framework for analysis and action (REED)
Dr. Junior Davis, Natural Resources Institute (NRI), University of Greenwich, Dec 2006


The extent and effects of casualisation in Southern Africa: Analysis of Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe
Oupa Bodibe (editor), National Labour and Economic Development Institute (NALEDI), Nov 2006


Reflections on poverty and inequality in South Africa: Policy considerations in an emerging democracy
Jean D. Triegaardt, DBSA Applied Development Research Unit (ADRU), 18 Sep 2006


Maize trade in Southern Africa: Whence comparative advantage?
Antnio F.T.S. Cruz, Sep 2006


Antiretroviral treatment in the Western Cape: A success story facilitated by the Global Fund
Trude Holm Naimak, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), University of Cape Town, Aug 2006


Opening address by the Minister of Social Development, Dr Zola Skweyiya to the conference on orphans and other children made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS
Dr Zola Skweyiya, Department of Social Development (South Africa), 12 Jul 2006


Realising socio-economic rights in the South African Constitution: The obligations of local government
Christopher Mbazira, Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, Jul 2006


Declaration of young delegates who attended the OVC pre-conference workshop on 30th June 2nd July 2006 at Achterbergh Camp site, Krugersdorp
Department of Social Development (South Africa), 30 Jun 2006


South Africas Rollout of highly active antiretroviral therapy: A critical assessment
Nicoli Nattrass, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), University of Cape Town, May 2006


Monitoring AIDS Treatment Rollout in South Africa: Lessons from the Joint Civil Society Monitoring Forum (JCSMF)
Nhlanhla Ndlovu and Rabelani Daswa, AIDS Budget Unit (ABU) IDASA, 13 Apr 2006


Agricultural policy reform in South Africa
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Apr 2006


Budget Vote debate by Dr Rob Davies, Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry
Dr Rob Davies, Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Department of Trade and Industry, 29 Mar 2006


South African Foreign Policy Monitor - March/April 2006
Published by the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), Mar 2006


Who consults Sangomas in Khayelitsha? An exploratory quantitative analysis
Nicoli Nattrass, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), University of Cape Town, Mar 2006


Human movements, common regional citizenship and identity in southern Africa: Prospects for deeper integration between Lesotho and South Africa
Khabele Matlosa, Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), Mar 2006


Identity crisis? Youth, social and political identity in South Africa
Malachia Mathoho and Kirty Ranchod, Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), Mar 2006


Initial Response to Budget 2006
Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA), 16 Feb 2006


Budget Speech 2006
Minister of Finance - Trevor A Manuel, South African Government, 15 Feb 2006


People's Budget response to Minister Manuel's speech
SANGOCO, 15 Feb 2006


IDASA: Pre-Budget briefing 2006
Budget Information Services - IDASA, 8 Feb 2006


Second economy interventions and poverty alleviation
Department of Social Development, 7 Feb 2006


On the Scales: National Budget 2006
Alexander Forbes Financial Services, Feb 2006


DFID Regional Plan for Southern Africa
Department for International Development (DFID), Feb 2006


Disability and welfare in South Africas era of unemployment and AIDS
Nicoli Nattrass, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), Feb 2006


The Children's Act: Briefing Paper 153
Lois Law, Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference, Feb 2006


All South Africans will reap the fruit of Economic Growth - 2006 Budget
Chance Chagunda, Researcher, Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference, Feb 2006


Second best? Trends and linkages in the informal economy in South Africa
Ricahrd Devey, Caroline Skinner & Imraan Valodia, School of Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Feb 2006


Directory of development organisations
2006


AIDS Analysis Africa Online - Jan / Feb 2006
Metropolitan Holdings, Jan 2006


Implementation of the child support grant
Beth Goldblatt, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, University fo the Witwatersrand, Solange Rosa, Chi, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, University of the Witwatersrand and the Children's Institute, University of Cape Town, Jan 2006


South African social attitudes: Changing times, diverse voices
Udesh Pillay; Benjamin Roberts; Stephen Rule (eds.), Human Sciences Research Council, HSRC Press, 2006


The impact of HIV/AIDS on crime in SA
Julian Naidoo, University of Maryland - Public Policy Program: Economics, 2006


The Second Economy: Short hand, underhand or sleight of hand?
Isobel Frye, 2006


A nation in the making: A discussion document on macro-social trends in South Africa
South African Government, 2006


Conference theme: "Strengthening coordinated action for orphans and other children made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS (OVC)"
Department of Social Development (South Africa), 2006


HIV/AIDS, land-based livelihoods, and land reform in South Africa
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Jan 2006


Closing the gap
Glenn Hollands, 2006


Experiences with the development and use of poverty maps: Case study note for South Africa
Contributors: Miriam Babita, Berk zler, 2006


What is childcare really about?
Rachel Bray and Ren Brandt, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), Dec 2005


Measuring social capital in Cape Town: Providing a more nuanced perspective of trust and networks
Tracy Jooste, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), University of Cape Town, Dec 2005


Joint COSATU, SACC & TAC Press Statement: Stepping up civil society action to prevent and treat HIV
Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), South African Council of Churches (SACC) & the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), 23 Nov 2005


Report on the Regulation of Ownership of Land in South Africa by Foreigners
Presented to the Minister for Agriculture and Land Affairs, Ms A T Didiza, 17 Nov 2005


People's budget response to the 2005 medium term budget policy statement
COSATU, SACC and SANGOCO, 2 Nov 2005


Emerging legislature or rubber stamp? The South African National Assembly after ten years of democracy
Joel Barkan, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), Nov 2005


Linkages between trade, development and poverty reduction
Compiled by Michelle Pressend, Institute for Global Dialogue, Nov 2005


There is no other way out: Educational decision-making in an era of AIDS: How do HIV-positive mothers value education?
Ariane De Lannoy, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), Nov 2005


Keynote Speech by the Honorable Minster of Trade and Industry for South Africa, Mandisi Mpahlwa
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), 27 Oct 2005


The expectations of the black working class from black executives
Blade Nzimande, South African Communist Party (SACP), 13 Oct 2005


Child Poverty Monitor: Progress towards a conceptual framework and data systems for measuring child vulnerability in South Africa
Judith Streak, IDASA, Children's Budget Unit, 5 Oct 2005


Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management in a Context of HIV and AIDS
Prepared by: Development Works, The South African Cities Network, Oct 2005


The state of the labour market in South Africa after the first decade of democracy
Rulof Burger and Ingrid Woolard, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), Oct 2005


Hindrances to self-employment activity: Evidence from the 2000 Khayelitsha/Mitchells Plain survey
Paul L. Cichello, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), Oct 2005


Financial instruments of the poor: Initial findings from the Financial Diaries study
Daryl Collins, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), Oct 2005


International Poverty Centre Number 17
Alejandro Grinspun, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Oct 2005


Almost a boss-boy: Farm schools, farm life and social opportunity in South Africa
Jackie Dugard, Abraham Mintoor, Muzi Ngwenya, Portia Nkosi & Stuart Wilson, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, University of Witwatersrand, Oct 2005


The constitutional framework and deepening democracy in South Africa
Theunis Roux, Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), Oct 2005


Trends in poverty and inequality since the political transition
Servaas van der Berg, Ronelle Burger, Rulof Burger, Megan Louw, Derek Yu, Bureau for Economic Research (BER), University of Stellenbosch: Department of Economics, 30 Sep 2005


APRM Consultative Conference: Announcement of South Africa's APRM Governing Council by Professor Stan Sangweni, Chairperson of the Public Service Commission
Stan Sangweni, Chairperson of the Public Service Commission, 29 Sep 2005


South Africa's Trade Policy
Barbara Kalima-Phiri, Southern African Regional Poverty Network (SARPN), 23 Sep 2005


Minister Essop Pahad Address: Red Meat Producer's Conference
Minister Essop Pahad, Office of the Presidency, 15 Sep 2005


Government's social development response to children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS: Identifying gaps in policy and budgeting
Judith Streak, IDASA, 9 Sep 2005


Between a rock and a hard place: A window on the situation of Zimbabweans living in Gauteng
Zimbabwe Torture Victims Project - Healing Survivors, a project of IDASA, Sep 2005


Civil Society speaks out: Summary based on civil society documents and submissions - Our goals and visions including commentary on the South African Government MDG Country Report
People's Budget Campaign, Sep 2005


COSATU input to TAC Congress
Zwelinzima Vavi, COSATU, Sep 2005


Land reform and its impact on livelihoods
Alastair Bradstock, FARM-Africa, Sep 2005


The colour of desert: Race, class and distributive justice in post-Apartheid South Africa
Jeremy Seekings, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), Sep 2005


At all costs? Applying the means test for the Child Support Grant
Debbie Budlender, Solange Rosa and Katharine Hall, Centre for Actuarial Research (CARe), Save the Children (Sweden) and the Children's Institute, Sep 2005


The mutability of distributive justice attitudes in South Africa
Jeremy Seekings, Centre for Social Science Research (CSSR), Sep 2005


Zimbabwe Exiles Forum presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs - Parliament of the Republic of South Africa
Zimbabwe Exiles Forum, 30 Aug 2005


National Evictions Survey
Nkuzi Development Association and Social Surveys, 30 Aug 2005


Programme for the COSATU 3rd Central Committee
15 Aug 2005


IMF Staff report for the 2005 Article IV Consultation
International Monetary Fund (IMF), 10 Aug 2005


Measuring recent changes in South Africa inequality and poverty using 1996 and 2001 census data
Murray Leibbrandt, Laura Poswell, Pranushka Naidoo, Matthew Welch and Ingrid Woolard, Centre for Social Science Research, UCT, Aug 2005


Elections and the electoral system in South Africa: Beyond free and fair elections
Shauna Mottiar, Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), Aug 2005


Land redistribution: urban and rural development
Lungisile Ntsebeza, Alliance of Land and Agrarian Reform Movements (ALARM), 29 Jul 2005


Whither LED in South Africa?
Doug Hindson and Valeria Vicente, Hindson Consulting, 25 Jul 2005


Core poverty, basic capabilities and vagueness: An application to the South African context
David A. Clark and Mozaffar Qizilbash, Global Poverty Research Group, 22 Jul 2005


Chronic and structural poverty in South Africa: challenges for action and research
Andries du Toit, Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), Jul 2005


Overcoming underdevelopment in South Africa's second economy - Synethesis report of the 2005 Development Report
Michael Aliber, Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), 1 Jul 2005


Supporting land reform in South Africa: Particpatory planning experience in the Northern Cape Province
Alastair Bradstock, FARM-Africa, Jul 2005


Policy framework for orphans and other children made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS in South Africa
Department of Social Development, South Africa, Jul 2005


Development and Underdevelopment: learning from experience to overcome the two economy divide
African National Congress, 29 Jun 2005


Implementation of free basic services by municipalities
Patrick Flusk, Department of Provincial and Local Government, 21 Jun 2005


There is a future for South Africa's small farmers
Ben Cousins, University of the Western Cape, 14 Jun 2005


Trends in the Gauteng provincial government's budget allocations for funding NPO's
Conrad Barberton and Jonathan Carter, Cornerstone Economic Research, 14 Jun 2005


Trajectories for South Africa: reflections on the ANC's 2nd National General Council's discussion documents
Omano Edigheji, Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), 2005


The Community Investment Programme: early childhood, community and local economic development
Dr. Norman Reynolds, DPLG LED Forum, Jun 2005


Human rights, formalisation and women's land rights in southern and eastern Africa
Ingunn Ikdahl, Anne Hellum, Randi Kaarhus, Tor A. Benjaminsen, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Institute of Women's Law, University of Oslo, Jun 2005


Uprooting or re-rooting poverty in post-apartheid South Africa?
Ashwin Desai, SANPAD/University of KwaZulu/Natal, 24 May 2005


Overview of Community Driven Development in South Africa
Khanya-African Institute for Community-Driven Development (Khanya-aicdd), 10 May 2005


The post-apartheid South African labour market
Haroon Bhorat, Morne Oosthuizen, DPRU/UCT, May 2005


Gender, welfare and the developmental state in South Africa
Shireen Hassim, University of the Witwatersrand, May 2005


Zwelinzima Vavi, Thabo Mbeki and Blade Nzimande speeches to SACP conference
Zwelinzima Vavi, Thabo Mbeki and Blade Nzimande, Apr 2005


The polyscopic landscape of poverty research
Else Oyen, Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP), Apr 2005


How flexible are wages in response to local unemployment in South Africa?
Geeta Kingdon and John Knight , Global Poverty Research Group, Apr 2005


Labour, socio-economic transformation and the state: reflections on South Africa's ten years of democracy
Zwelinzima Vavi, COSATU, 5 Mar 2005


Budget speech 2005
Trevor Manuel, Ministry of Finance, 23 Feb 2005


Fiscal expenditure incidence in South Africa, 1995 and 2000
Servaas van der Berg, University of Stellenbosch, 21 Feb 2005


ANC ETC Micro-finance workshop papers
Max Sisulu, Mandisi Mpahlwa, African National Congress, 5 Feb 2005


The sensitivity of estimates of post-apartheid changes in South African poverty and inequality to key data imputations
Cally Ardington, David Lam, Murray Leibbrandt and Matthew Welch, University of Cape Town, Feb 2005


Finding the Holy Grail?: Making poverty history in the 21st century
Ashwin Desai, University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2005


Key experiences of land reform in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa
Alastair Bradstock, FARM-Africa, Jan 2005


ALARM: big changes in store for land reform
Alliance of Land and Agrarian Reform (ALARM), 2005


The politics of the MDGs and the Rainbow Nation
African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD), 2005


An exploratory analysis of HIV and AIDS donor funding in South Africa
Nhlanhla Ndlovu, IDASA, 2005


South Africa Millennium Development Goals Country Report 2005
2005


The post-Apartheid South African economy in perspective: Growth, poverty and economic policy
Haroon Bhorat, Morne Oosthuizen and Laura Poswell, Development Policy Research Unit, University of Cape Town, 2005


Patterns of migration, settlement and dynamics of HIV/AIDS in South Africa
Gayatri Singh, Forced Migration Studies Programme, University of the Witwatersrand, The South African Cities Network, 2005


COSATU submission on Economic Governance and management as a review mechanism for the African Peer Review Mechanism for South Africa
COSATU, 2005


Reducing capital cost in Southern Africa
Martn Grandes and Nicolas Pinaud, 2005


Buckling - The impact of AIDS in South Africa
Hein Marais, Centre for the Study of AIDS, University of Pretoria, 2005


Summary of key findings from the National Evictions Survey
Nkuzi Development Association and Social Surveys Africa, 2005


South Africa in Africa: Promoting Constitutionalism in Southern Africa, 1994 - 2004
David Monyae, 2005


South African Child Gauge 2005
Edited by Marian Jacobs, Maylene Shung-King and Charmaine Smith, Childrens Institute, University of Cape Town, 2005


2006 2007: Peoples Budget
Proposal from COSATU, SANGOCO and SACC, 2005


Unemployment in South Africa, 1995-2003: Causes, problems and policies
Geeta Kingdon and John Knight, Global Poverty Research Group, Jan 2005


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SA 'non-tariff barriers' stifling intra-SADC trade - Fundanga
13 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Lusaka: South Africa's unfair trading practices are frustrating a diversified intra-regional trade in SADC, says Dr Caleb Fundanga. Making a presentation at a Consumer Unit Trust Society (CUTS)-organised discussion on regional trade on Monday evening, Dr Fundanga, the former Bank of Zambia governor, said South Africa still had in place a number of non-tariff barriers where some agricultural products from the region cannot enter their market for one reason or another. "Zambian beans for example cannot enter that market yet our beans is better than most of that South African beans found on their shelves," he said. "Recently, Vice-President Dr Guy Scott told Parliament that Zambian grapes cannot be sold in South Africa. The South Africans alleged that the grapes were affected by a certain disease. These are non-tariff barriers that need to be removed."


South Africa: "securing our borders"
13 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Pretoria:  In compliance with the Cabinet decision of 2009, the SANDF was required to return to the border safe guarding function. With effect from 2010, SANDF adopted a phased in approach and had presence in the border areas ensuring the protection of South Africa’s territorial integrity against cross border crime and illegal activities.  The deployment of resources and military personnel has been done in phases over the 5 year period.  Currently the SANDF is deployed in 7 of the 9 provinces covering Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Free State, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and the North West Provinces respectively.


SA's trade and investment: 1994-2014
12 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Pretoria:  Democratic South Africa prioritised developing bilateral political and economic relations, especially with African countries. Since 1994, it has signed 624 agreements and established 40 bilateral mechanisms – nearly half of the total number of bilateral mechanisms in place – with countries on the continent. However, there have been challenges with the implementation of some of these agreements. South Africa’s export markets have changed considerably over the past 20 years. New markets have emerged, while the share of exports to some traditional markets, such as the United Kingdom, Japan and Europe, has declined. China has emerged as South Africa’s most important export trading partner since 2009, with its share of non-gold merchandise exports measuring 12.9 percent in 2012, compared with 0.8 percent in 1994. India is now South Africa’s fifth-largest export destination, having overtaken both the United Kingdom and Switzerland.


Tripartite ‘growth pole’ diagnostic reports: potentials and prospects for minerals-based industrialisation
12 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Pretoria:  Since its establishment in 2009, Trade Mark Southern Africa (TMSA) has supported the Tripartite of the Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa, the Southern African Development Community and the East African Community, in developing and implementing its regional integration agenda.  This involves supporting the design and planned implementation of the Tripartite Free Trade Area, improving the economic competitiveness of the region and reducing costs of cross-border transactions through a transport corridor approach addressing both trade facilitation issues and infrastructure constraints. Focused industrial development is essential in the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite region to fundamentally change the economy and to promote high yield sectors. Such development brings not only an improvement in the GDP and job provision, but promotes knowledge accumulation and technological sophistication that have far reaching benefits for the economy.  This research was conducted under the topic “Tripartite ‘Growth Pole’ Diagnostic Reports: Analysis of Potentials and Prospects for Minerals-Based Industrialisation.”  


Namibia: Spotlight on new livestock export requirements
10 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Windhoek:  The new health requirements for livestock exports to South Africa were put under the spotlight last Friday when the Namibia Livestock Producers Organisation (LPO) called an urgent meeting to discuss various burning issues like alternative international marketing possibilities and the condition of the border fences with neighbouring countries in light of the proposed strict new export requirements for exporting to South Africa. A deadline of May 1 has been set by the South African authorities for the implementation of the new requirements, which have been described by representatives of the Namibian livestock export industry as 'impossible'. One of the speakers at last Friday's meeting, Fanie du Plessis of Farmers Meat Market, made it clear that Namibia should look at the possibilities and profitability of alternative African markets.  According to him, a big market exists in Africa, especially in countries such as the DRC, Angola, Zambia and Tanzania. Farmers Meat Market plans further development of these markets for their products and this could open the door for other exporters to follow suit.


SACU: the inconvenient institution?
8 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Windhoek:  There is no denying the fact that the region’s oldest trade agreement, the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) - made up of Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Swaziland - has gone into paralysis mode in terms of advancing the regional integration and common policy development and implementation agenda. This does not mean SACU is about to be finally killed off by South Africa or that member states are ready to dump SACU for a better alternative. It is, however, plausible given the current contemporary developments on trade and regional integration that SACU has become an inconvenient institution.


Mauritius tops African index on economic transformation
7 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Port Louis:  The African Index on Economic Transformation (ACET) ranks Mauritius first in overall economic transformation ahead of South Africa, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Uganda, Kenya, and Gabon in its 2014 report launched in partnership with the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA) on Monday in South Africa. The African Transformation Index is meant to provide a common quantitative tool to measure the progress of countries. The research aims to map the African landscape on key policy issues, to identify best practice in Africa and around the world.   ACET assesses African countries based on the following criterion namely: diversification of production and exports; export competitiveness and gains; productivity increases; technology upgrading; and human economic well-being improvements, particularly by expanding formal productive employment.




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