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Klaaren, J. and R. Brunette (2020) ‘The Public Procurement Bill Needs Better Enforcement: A suggested provision to empower and incentivise whistleblowers’. African Public Procurement Law Journal, 7(1): xxx

Phadi, M. and Vale, P. (2020) ‘Inside the Municipality: Locating debates on local government’, Transformation, 103: pp.1–11.


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Chilenga, T.J. (2017) ‘Practicalities of the National Development Plan: prospects and challenges, using the rural economy as a case study’, South African Review of Sociology, 48(2): 87–105.

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Chipkin,I. (2012): ‘Notes Towards a Theory of the Democratic Limit’, Cultural Studies, 26:2-3, 260-28.

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