Crisis and Change in South Africa: Implications for the Apartheid City

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David Simon

2006

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  • Read Online relies on page scans, which are not currently available to screen readers
  • You can read up to 100 articles each month for free. Notwithstanding their clear limitations and contradictions, recent 'reforms' in South Africa mark a retreat from old-style grand apartheid
  • Many of the changes have a significant impact on the structure and role of urban areas
  • The experience of postocolonial urban change elsewhere in southern Africa is used to highlight the limitations of incremental change and to suggest possible future scenarios for South African cities
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