Local government in Tanzania: does the local government law in Tanzania give autonomy to local government
Mustafa, Mzee Mzee
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Exploring plausible futures and its implications for the governance of local food systems using local actors’ expertise in the Witzenberg region. Haywood, Ashley (University of Western Cape, 2020)Despite having a significant agri-food sector, South Africa is faced with strong food security issues related to high inequalities and the legacy of the apartheid regime. The South African food system finds itself at risk ...
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 ...
A Space for Genocide: Local Authorities, Local Population and Local Histories in Gishamvu and Kibayi (Rwanda Mulinda, Charles Kabwete (University of the Western Cape, 2010)Soon after the Tutsi genocide in Rwanda, in 1994, research around this horrific event flourished. Although a variety of authors of different expertise (journalists, human rights activists, witnesses, academics, both Rwandans ...