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TRADITIONAL AUTHORITIES: KNOW WHERE TO LAND

(Traditional Authority and Land in KwaZulu-Natal)

May 2002

Researched for: Association for Rural Advancement
123 Loop Street
Pietermaritzburg
3200
KwaZulu-Natal
Email: Afra@sn.apc.org


By: Mark Butler
Critical Resource

Postnet Suite 210
P.Bag X9118
Pietermaritzburg 3200, KwaZulu-Natal
Email: butler@sn.apc.org



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Table of Contents
 
Acknowledgements
HISTORY
Introduction
1.  pre-Shakan era
2.  Political centralisation
3.  Colonial and Union era
4.  Apartheid era
Summary of argument
 
TRADITIONAL AUTHORITIES, LAND AND POLICY: CURRENT DEBATES AND CHALLENGES
Introduction
Themes & perspectives in the current challenges & debates
  Legitimacy
  Authority
  Accountability
  Gender
  Culture, custom and tradition
  Governance for development
The issues
  Local government
  Land-use rights
Traditional authorities, the rural poor and tenure
 
Annexure A: A further note on ward and development committees
Annexure B: Roles of traditional authorities in the Local Government: Municipal Structures Second Amendment Bill
Annexure C: Legitimacy of particular chiefs
Bibliography
 
Complete document - 246KB



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