Local government in Tanzania: does the local government law in Tanzania give autonomy to local government
Mustafa, Mzee Mzee
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Mzee, Mzee Mustafa (University of the Western Cape, 2008)Despite a highly centralised system of government, Tanzania, has attempted several measures aimed at achieving decentralisation of its immense powers to allow people to have a say on matters affecting their respective areas ...
Examining the parameters of the powers of the Minister of Local Government to issue policy directives to urban local authorities in Zimbabwe in terms of section 313 of the Urban Councils Act Muchapondwa, Varaidzo Violet (University of the Western Cape, 2014)This is a desktop based study which will analyse relevant books and chapters in books relating to supervision of local governments by national and other higher level governments. It will also examine legislation, journal ...
The supervision of local government in Zambia: An imbalance between supervisory powers and local autonomy? Maina, Lutangu (University of the Western Cape, 2018)Since gaining independence in 1964, Zambia has embarked on a number of reforms, including legislative, aimed at improving the effectiveness of its decentralised system of government. Local government received constitutional ...