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Building a capable state : service delivery in post-apartheid South Africa /​ Ian Palmer, Nishendra Moodley, and Susan Parnell.

By: Palmer, Ian [author. ].
Contributor(s): Moodley, Nishendra [author. ] | Parnell, Susan [author. ].
Publisher: Claremont, South Africa ; London : UCT Press ; Zed Books, 2017Description: xv, 303 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781775822486 (paperback) ; 9781783609642 (paperback: UK) .Subject(s): Municipal services -- South Africa | Electric utilities -- South Africa | Water utilities -- South AfricaDDC classification: 363.60968 PAL
Contents:
1.What is the `capable' state? 2.Twenty years: local government in transition 3.Institutions 4.Improving capability through regulation and support 5.Municipal organisational capability 6.Financing municipal services 7.Water and sanitation 8.Electricity 9.Roads and public transport 10.Housing 11.Is South Africa a capable state?.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1.What is the `capable' state?
2.Twenty years: local government in transition
3.Institutions
4.Improving capability through regulation and support
5.Municipal organisational capability
6.Financing municipal services
7.Water and sanitation
8.Electricity
9.Roads and public transport
10.Housing
11.Is South Africa a capable state?.

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