Intergovernmental relations in South Africa 2/e

S, Madue , S, Kahn , R, Kalema


An examination of the way in which the different spheres of government relate to each other and the South African government’s quest to enhance effective and efficient service delivery. Uses four distinct approaches: constitutional/legal; democratic; financial; and normative/operational. Focuses on comparative intergovernmental relations (Botswana; Uganda; Ghana; UK and Germany) and provides practical steps for the promotion of well-grounded intergovernmental relations; sustainable capacity building and trustworthy political accountability. Includes case studies and questions. Aimed at students as well as practitioners.

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