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New South African Review 1
2010: Development or decline?
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John Daniel is a sociologist based at the School of International Training (Durban). || Prishani Naidoo is a lecturer in the department of sociology at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. || Roger Southall is a lecturer in the department of sociology at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
INTRODUCTION South Africa 2010: From short-term success to long-term decline? Roger Southall INTRODUCTION to PART 1 South Africa and the eco-logic of the global capitalist crisis Devan Pillay CHAPTER 1: The state of the South African economy Seeraj Mohamed CHAPTER 2: The international economic crisis and employment in South Africa Neva Makgetla CHAPTER 3: The economic impact of South Africa's 2010 World Cup: Ex ante ambitions and possible ex post realities Scarlett Cornelissen CHAPTER 4: Growth, resource use and decoupling: Towards a 'green new deal' for South Africa? Mark Swilling CHAPTER 5: Planning for sustainable living with limited water Mike Muller INTRODUCTION TO PART 2: The politics and challenges of delivery John Daniel CHAPTER 6: The African National Congress under Jacob Zuma Anthony Butler CHAPTER 7: Indigent management: A strategic response to the struggles of the poor in post-apartheid South Africa Prishani Naidoo CHAPTER 8: Fear, enervation and the systematisation of disorder: Challenges to reforming the Department of Home Affairs Colin Hoag CHAPTER 9: The mobile nation: How migration continues to shape South Africa Loren Landau, Tara Polzer and Aurelia Wa Kabwe-Segatti CHAPTER 10: South African female peacekeepers: An exploration of their experiences in the Democratic Republic of Congo Maxi Schoeman, Lizle Loots and Kammila Naidoo INTRODUCTION TO PART 3: Reform and redress in higher education, health and land Roger Southall CHAPTER 11: 'Silencing and worse ... ': The humanities and social sciences in South Africa Peter Vale CHAPTER 12: Realising transformation, equity and social justice in higher education Kezia Lewins CHAPTER 13: The polarising impact of South Africa's AIDS epidemic Hein Marais CHAPTER 14: Health for all? Towards a national health service in South Africa Louis Reynolds CHAPTER 15: The Comprehensive Rural Development Programme (CRDP): A beacon of growth for rural South Africa? Sam Kariuki CHAPTER 16: Breaking down barriers: Policy gaps and new options in South African land reform Doreen Atkinson INTRODUCTION TO PART 4: Signs of social decline? Crime, prisons, child trafficking and transactional sex Prishani Naidoo CHAPTER 17: Our burden of pain: Murder and the major forms of violence in South Africa David Bruce CHAPTER 18: Waiting for Godot: Awaiting trial detainees in South Africa Jeremy Gordin CHAPTER 19: Wolves in sheep's skin: Trafficking of children in Musina, Limpopo Province Zosa de Sas Kropiwnicki CHAPTER 20: Relationships of exchange amongst South African youth in an age of conspicuous consumption Terry-Ann Selikow and Graham Gibbon