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How do rights become real? Formal and informal institutions in South Africa's land reform


IDS Bulletin 28(4): 59-68
How do rights become real? Formal and informal institutions in South Africa's land reform
Central components of South Africa's post-apartheid land reform comprise ambitious and wide-ranging 'rights-based' laws and programmes.

Accession: 003162409

DOI: 10.1111/j.1759-5436.1997.mp28004007.x

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