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Self-organisation in the governance of disaster risk management in Bangladesh
(University of the Western Cape, 2008)
A disaster always means a huge death toll, displacement and inconceivable destruction for a poor country such as Bangladesh. Recently, Bangladesh has taken a holistic approach to prioritising interrelated activities and ...
An examination of the role played by selected civil society organizations in promoting democracy in Zimbabwe, 1980-2007
(University of the Western Cape, 2007)
This study attempted to examine the role that selected civil society groups played to promote citizen participation in governance processes.
The role of e-government in effective service delivery: a case study of Tanzania electric supply company limited (tanesco)
The essence of e-government is to link government activities with the advanced technology that the world is having today. This technology has already shown a remarkable job in bringing efficiency in private sector through ...
A critical evaluation of institutional architecture for effective policy implementation, oversight and accountability in the energy sector of South Africa: a petroleum perspective.
(University of the Western Cape, 2015)
Coordination, Collaboration, and Cooperation, (C04); Community (C01) Driven Development (D2) minus Historical Institutionalisation (HI) is equal to Policy Implementation Effectiveness (PIE), is recommended by the researcher ...
Organization management challenges of national heritage institutions in South Africa : a case study of the Robben Island Museum (RIM)
(University of the Western Cape, 2012)
In January 1997, Robben Island Museum (RIM) opened its doors to the public as a tourist destination. This was done without any formal management structure or strategic planning, to cope not only with its mandate as the ...