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Basic needs and social policy. The role of the state in education, health and welfare


, : Basic needs and social policy. The role of the state in education, health and welfare. State and market in post apartheid South Africa: 271-320

Absolute poverty in South Africa is severe, and is reinforced by unequal state subsidization of social services. Urbanization, rural development, public employment programmes, better delivery of pensions and targeted welfare services, well-managed primary health care and an improved education system could all contribute to relieving poverty and promoting development.

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