The role of traditional leaders in local governance: A case study of Limpopo
Sekgala, Mogau Petrus
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Traditional leaders have existed in South Africa for a very long time. During the apartheid era they were the rulers of Bantustans or homelands. The roles of traditional leaders during the apartheid regime were, inter alia, the allocation of land, the maintenance of law and order, the provision of administrative services at local level, the administration of social welfare and the promotion of education.