A collection of 17 essays providing an in-depth and critical assessment of the profound challenges facing South Africa - including economic policy, AIDS, housing, education and social security - and how successive administrations are tackling them.
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In a collection of original essays, leading analysts address the profound challenges facing the current South African government, giving an in-depth analysis of issues including economic policy, AIDS, social security, housing, basic services and education - and how society reacts. Chapter authors include Gillian Hart, Ben Fine, Andries du Toit, Greg Ruiters, Prishani Naidoo, Franco Barchiesi, Fred Hendricks, Lungisilie Ntsebeza, Carol Ann Spreen and many more.