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Municipal management and geo-hydrological aspects of importance in the potable water supply of Lindley
When the South African Government in 1998 re-demarcated its 283 municipalities so that they completely cover the country in a “wall-to-wall” manner, their main focus was on growing local economies and maintaining the ...
A physical environmental management perspective on municipal water supply: proposals for Tlokwe City Council
All South Africans, especially, those involved with the development and management of its water resources should be aware that South Africa is generally an arid to semi-arid region, with an average rainfall of approximately ...
Municipal governance and environmental crises: threats and thoughts
(Vaal Triangle Faculty of Northwest University in South Africa, 2009)
Local government in South Africa (SA) has come a long way from the period when there were over 1200 racially segregated municipalities. From more than 800 municipalities after 1996, they have been merged to currently 284 ...
Integrated co-operative governance in the context of sustainable development.
(North-West University, 2011)
The rapid global development is mostly economically driven and made up of complex country-specific problems. Although sustainable development (SD) is a well established concept and an urgent global challenge, differing ...