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Inequality in South Africa: Nature, Causes and Responses (February 2004)

5th February 2004 This paper examines the nature of the divide between the 'two nations' that exist in South Africa, and the reasons for the limited response to this... 

Africa's big states: Toward a new realism (February 2004)

2nd February 2004 This document is based on a research project on big African states. The report highlights that big African states are among the least successful on... 

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Doing Business in 2004: Understanding Regulation (February 2004)

1st February 2004 This report documents the World Bank's Doing Business project, that aims to advance the group's private sector development agenda. Click on Report... 

The African Peer Review Mechanism: An assessment of concept and design (January 2004)

27th January 2004 This report argues that while the African Peer Review Mechanism is a welcome addition to pan-African institutional structure, its design will have... 

Foreign Direct Investment and Performance Requirements: New evidence from selected countries (January 2004)

26th January 2004 According to this UN report, the practice of requiring foreign investors to help increase exports, provide training or recruit local staff has... 

ILO Global Employment Trends 2004 (January 2004)

22nd January 2004 This report traces the factors contributing to the global employment decline, such as the increase in employment in the informal economy, the... 

Hefer Commission Report (January 2004)

20th January 2004 This report of the commission of inquiry into allegations of spying against the National Director of Public Prosecutions, Bulelani Ngcuka, finds... 

IFP Manifesto 2004 (January 2004)

18th January 2004 The IFP's election campaign was officially launched on January 18, 2004, under the slogan Real development Now: Let's make the change - Together. 

Some transparency, no accountability: The use of oil revenue in Angola and its impact on human rights (January 2004)

13th January 2004 According to this Human Rights Watch report, more than $4-billion in state oil revenue disappeared from Angolan government coffers between 1997 and... 

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