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Development Southern Africa

1997 - 2020

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Volume 23, issue 5, 2006

Exploring urban practice in a democratising society: opportunities, techniques and challenges pp. 569-586 Downloads
John Forester
On the post-structuralist critique of development: a view from north-west Namibia pp. 587-603 Downloads
John Friedman
Changes in the development status of women in South Africa from 1996 to 2001: for the better or for the worse? pp. 605-626 Downloads
Annelize Booysen-Wolthers, Frederick Fourie and Lucius Botes
Identifying employment-creating sectors in South Africa: the role of services industries pp. 627-647 Downloads
Miriam Altman
Tourism in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park pp. 649-667 Downloads
Anna Spenceley
Use of wealth ranking to analyse factors influencing smallholder farmers' market participation in northern Mozambique pp. 669-683 Downloads
Maryann Green, Gastao Lukanu, Steve Worth and Peter Greenfield
Measuring the growth potential of towns in the Western Cape, South Africa pp. 685-700 Downloads
Hendrik Zietsman, Sanette LA Ferreira and Izak Van Der Merwe

Volume 23, issue 4, 2006

Women and disability: exploring the interface of multiple disadvantage pp. 445-460 Downloads
Tony Emmett and Erna Alant
Socio-economic reasons for the low adoption of water conservation technologies by smallholder farmers in southern Africa: a review of the literature pp. 461-476 Downloads
Sylvain Perret and Joe Stevens
Trade in reed-based craft products in rural villages in the Eastern Cape, South Africa pp. 477-495 Downloads
Taryn Pereira, Charlie Shackleton and Sheona Shackleton
Crafting a livelihood: local-level trade in mats and baskets in Pondoland, South Africa pp. 497-509 Downloads
Zwoitwa Makhado and Thembela Kepe
Challenges for the floriculture industry in a developing country: a South African perspective pp. 511-528 Downloads
Marianne Matthee, Wim Naudé and Wilma Viviers
Nutrition knowledge and barriers to good dietary practices among primary school children in a farming community pp. 529-539 Downloads
Mars Phometsi, Annamarie Kruger and Hilda Van't Riet
Food consumption patterns, seasonality and market access in Mozambique pp. 541-560 Downloads
Sudhanshu Handa and Gilead Mlay
Creating a culture of democracy and debate: response to Ndinda and Neocosmos pp. 561-567 Downloads
Raymond Suttner

Volume 23, issue 3, 2006

Knowledge production and publishing in Africa pp. 333-349 Downloads
Abebe Zegeye and Maurice Vambe
Explanations for Zambia's economic decline pp. 351-369 Downloads
Stan Du Plessis and Sophia du Plessis
Capacity building challenges in Malawi's local government reform programme pp. 371-383 Downloads
Mustafa Kennedy Hussein
State as pimp: sexual slavery in South Africa pp. 385-400 Downloads
Stu Woolman and Michael Bishop
Large and small houses in Luganda: housing construction and gender in South Africa pp. 401-416 Downloads
Catherine Ndinda
Survival strategies of HIV/AIDS - affected households in Soweto pp. 417-426 Downloads
Veni Naidu and Geoff Harris
South Africa's ten years of democracy: development and media discourse pp. 427-443 Downloads
John Williams

Volume 23, issue 2, 2006

Can business make decisive contributions to development? Towards a research agenda on corporate citizenship and beyond pp. 175-195 Downloads
Ralph Hamann
Corporate citizenship education for responsible business leaders pp. 197-211 Downloads
Paul Prinsloo, Cecilia Beukes and Derick De Jongh
Corporate social responsibility and development: An anthropological perspective pp. 213-222 Downloads
John Sharp
Between responsibility and rhetoric: some consequences of CSR practice in Nigeria's oil province pp. 223-240 Downloads
Wilson Akpan
Institutionalising corporate citizenship: the case of Barloworld and its 'Employee Value Creation' process pp. 241-250 Downloads
Claudia Appels, Lisette Van Duin and Ralph Hamann
Applying the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) for public bodies in the South African context: the eThekwini experience pp. 251-263 Downloads
Maryanne Antoni and Quentin Hurt
From philanthropy to a different way of doing business: strategies and challenges in integrating pro-poor approaches into tourism business pp. 265-280 Downloads
Caroline Ashley and Gareth Haysom
Partnership building as an approach to addressing corporate social responsibility in the agriculture sector in Malawi pp. 281-287 Downloads
Daisy Kambalame and Sean De Cleene
Corporate citizenship in the context of the financial services sector: what lessons from the Financial Sector Charter? pp. 289-303 Downloads
Theresa Moyo and Shannon Rohan
The JSE socially responsible investment index and the state of sustainability reporting in South Africa pp. 305-320 Downloads
Dan Sonnenberg and Ralph Hamann
The heritage of struggle: a dialogue with Raymond Suttner's ancestral fidelity pp. 321-325 Downloads
Michael Neocosmos
The dichotomies that enslave us: engaging with Raymond Suttner's view of our national heritage pp. 327-330 Downloads
Catherine Ndinda

Volume 23, issue 1, 2006

Talking to the ancestors: national heritage, the Freedom Charter and nation-building in South Africa in 2005 pp. 3-27 Downloads
Raymond Suttner
Estimating household willingness to pay for water services in a rural economy: The case of Kanye in southern Botswana pp. 29-43 Downloads
James Mbata
Overcoming underdevelopment in South Africa's second economy pp. 45-61 Downloads
Michael Aliber, Marie Kirsten, Rasigan Maharajh, Josephilda Nhlapo-Hlope and Oupa Nkoane
Human resource development and growth: improving access to and equity in the provision of education and health services in South Africa pp. 63-83 Downloads
Pundy Pillay
The demise of a South African growth point, Butterworth in the Eastern Cape: a community development model as an alternative strategy for development pp. 85-96 Downloads
Chris Musampa
Competition for the use of public open space in low-income urban areas: the economic potential of urban gardening in Khayelitsha, Cape Town pp. 97-122 Downloads
Sue Reuther and Neil Dewar
Immigration policy in South Africa: does it make economic sense? pp. 123-145 Downloads
Matthew Stern and Gabor Szalontai
Exchange rate volatility and agricultural trade under policy reforms in South Africa pp. 147-170 Downloads
Joseph Kargbo

Volume 22, issue 5, 2005

The growth challenges of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in South Africa's food processing complex pp. 607-622 Downloads
Charles Mather
Unpacking tourism SMMEs in South Africa: structure, support needs and policy response pp. 623-642 Downloads
Christian Rogerson
Nigerian commercial farmers versus government commodity marketing boards: revisiting the cost of a partnership gone sour pp. 643-656 Downloads
Richard Ilorah
Employment creation through the provision of social development services: exploring the options pp. 657-671 Downloads
Renette du Toit
Botox and bridges: South African exports of health and construction services pp. 673-693 Downloads
Matthew Stern
Participatory multi-criteria decision analysis: a new tool for integrated development planning pp. 695-716 Downloads
Leanne Scott
Financial instruments of the poor: initial findings from the South African Financial Diaries study pp. 717-728 Downloads
Daryl Collins
The development of socially responsible investment in South Africa: experience and evolution of SRI in global markets pp. 729-739 Downloads
Karen Heese

Volume 22, issue 4, 2005

The reach and impact of Child Support Grants: evidence from KwaZulu-Natal pp. 467-482 Downloads
Anne Case, Victoria Hosegood and Frances Lund
What we have learnt from post-1994 innovations in pro-poor service delivery in South Africa: a case study-based analysis pp. 483-500 Downloads
Ronelle Burger
New agricultural development criteria: a proposal for project design and implementation pp. 501-514 Downloads
Aart-Jan Verschoor, Johan van Rooyen and Luc D'Haese
Cost-benefit analysis of a disease control programme with special reference to ticks and tick-borne diseases in the former Venda region pp. 515-528 Downloads
Rendani Randela
District Assemblies in a fix: the perils of the politics of capacity in the political and administrative reforms in Malawi pp. 529-548 Downloads
Blessings Chinsinga
Civil society and the right to have access to social security in South Africa pp. 549-567 Downloads
Naude Malan
The extent of anti-export bias in the South African economy during the 1990s pp. 569-588 Downloads
Logan Rangasamy
Reforming Tanzania's tea sector: a story of success? pp. 589-604 Downloads
John Baffes

Volume 22, issue 3, 2005

Migration and HIV/AIDS in South Africa pp. 293-318 Downloads
Jonathan Crush, Brian Williams, Eleanor Gouws and Mark Lurie
An evaluation of age-sex distributions of South Africa's population within the context of HIV/AIDS pp. 319-345 Downloads
Eric Udjo
Why HIV/AIDS prevention strategies fail in Botswana: considering discourses of sexuality pp. 347-363 Downloads
Peggy Gabo Ntseane and Julia Preece
Place, belonging and population displacement: new ecological reserves in Mozambique and South Africa pp. 365-382 Downloads
Teresa Connor
The quality of environmental impact assessment in Malawi: a retrospective analysis pp. 383-408 Downloads
Solani Dennis Mhango
Contested land tenure reform in South Africa: experiences from Namaqualand pp. 409-428 Downloads
Poul Wisborg and Rick Rohde
Analysing and evaluating the taxpayer's demand for merit goods: the case of public sector education and health in Mauritius pp. 429-439 Downloads
Sanjeev Sobhee
Political dimensions of environmental conflicts in Kosi Bay, South Africa: significance of the new post-apartheid governance system pp. 441-458 Downloads
Sylvain Guyot
The scope and extent of home-based business income relative to employment earnings in financing household expenditures: a study undertaken in a subeconomic housing area within the Cape Metropole pp. 459-478 Downloads
Bernard Pick and Harry Herbert Ballard

Volume 22, issue 2, 2005

Tourism impact, distribution and development: The spatial structure of tourism in the Western Cape province of South Africa pp. 163-185 Downloads
Scarlett Cornelissen
Patterns of condom use: Perspectives of men in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa pp. 187-197 Downloads
Pranitha Maharaj
Informal retailing through home-based micro-enterprises: The role of spaza shops pp. 199-214 Downloads
Aa Ligthelm
Counting the costs of a twenty-first century census: South Africa's census 2001 pp. 215-232 Downloads
Julian May and Pali Lehohla
The tourism potential of Beaufort West: a study based on visitor demand pp. 233-249 Downloads
Jan-willem van Staden and Lochner Marais
Unlocking the rural tourism potential of the Limpopo province of South Africa: Some strategic guidelines pp. 251-265 Downloads
Aluoneswi Elvis Mafunzwaini and Leon Hugo
Further progress in the desegregation of South African towns and cities, 1996-2001 pp. 267-276 Downloads
Aj Christopher
Poverty, human rights law and socio-economic realities in South Africa pp. 277-290 Downloads
John Mubangizi and Betty Mubangizi
The economy of Africa pp. 291-292 Downloads
Philippe Hugon

Volume 22, issue 1, 2005

Adoption of fertiliser and hybrid seeds by smallholder maize farmers in Southern Malawi pp. 1-12 Downloads
Ephraim Chirwa
Situation analysis of an informal settlement in the Vaal Triangle pp. 13-26 Downloads
Wilna Oldewage-theron, Emsie Dicks, Carin Napier and Rajab Rutengwe
Income diversification before and after economic shocks: evidence from urban and rural Zimbabwe pp. 27-45 Downloads
Lire Ersado
Development planning and citizenship in Cape Town pp. 47-65 Downloads
John Williams
Problems and prospects for conservation and indigenous community development in rural Botswana pp. 67-85 Downloads
Joy Sammy and Christopher Opio
Strangers in a strange land: citizenship and the immigration debate in Lesotho pp. 87-102 Downloads
John Akokpari
The challenges facing empirical estimation of household food (in)security in South Africa pp. 103-123 Downloads
Sheryl Hendriks
Access to urban markets for small-scale producers of indigenous cereals: a qualitative study of consumption practices and potential demand among urban consumers in Polokwane pp. 125-141 Downloads
Anne Bichard, Sandrine Dury, Hettie Schonfeldt, Tshidi Moroka, Faith Motau and Nicolas Bricas
A descriptive study of the dynamics of relative poverty in the Western Cape province of South Africa pp. 143-160 Downloads
P. Serumaga-zake, D. Kotze and R. Madsen
Perceptions of citizenship responsibility amongst Botswana youth pp. 161-162 Downloads
Julia Preece and Dama Mosweunyane
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