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  • Consociationalism and Centripetalism: Friends or Foes ...

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  • South Africa: Supreme Court of Appeal - SAFLII Home

    2020-7-3  S v Bogaards (864/2010) [2011] ZASCA 196; [2012] 1 All SA 376 (SCA) (21 November 2011) Download original files. PDF format. RTF format. Links to summary. PDF format. RTF format. Bookmark/share this page. THE SUPREME COURT OF APPEAL OF SOUTH AFRICA. JUDGMENT. Case No: 864/2010. In the matter between: JACOBUS BOGAARDS ...

  • South Africa: Constitutional Court - SAFLII

    2020-7-1  As stated in Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association of SA and Another: In r e ex parte President of the Republic of South Africa [2000] ZACC 1; 2000 (2) SA 674 (CC); 2000 (3) BCLR 241 (CC) at para 44, there is only one system of law over which the Constitution is supreme. Evaluating the common law against the Constitution is, thus, precisely ...

  • Deliberative Democracy and Electoral Reform in South ...

    2019-6-25  South Africa. Electoral reform in South Africa Since the Union of South Africa in 1910, members of the national parliament had been elected in single-member districts using plurality. The 1994 elections were different in two key respects: all South Africans had the right to vote and the electoral system was changed to proportional ...

  • Henko Bogaards - Cape Town Area, South Africa ...

    职位: Entrepreneur/Project
  • Democratization and Competitive Authoritarianism in

    The special issue revisits Levitsky and Way’s seminal study on Competitive Authoritarianism (2010). The contributions by North American, European, and African scholars deepen our understanding of the emergence, trajectories, and outcomes of hybrid regimes across the African

  • Henk Bogaards - Johannesburg Area, South Africa ...

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  • Ethnic Party Bans in Africa - 1st Edition - Matthijs ...

    An effective measure of institutional engineering? Ethnic party bans in Africa 5. Why there is no party ban in the South African constitution 6. Political party bans in Rwanda 1994–2003: three narratives of justification 7. Ethnic party bans and institutional engineering in Nigeria 8. Comparing ethnic party regulation in East Africa 9.

  • Satisfaction in Relation to the Metrics of Quality ...

    Mpinganjira, Mercy and Bogaards, Marlene and Svensson, Goran and Mysen, Tore and Padín, Carmen, Satisfaction in Relation to the Metrics of Quality Constructs in South African Manufacturer- Supplier Relationships (January 2013). Esic Market Economic and Business Journal, Vol. 44, Issue 1, January-April 2013, pp. 55-71.

  • Marlene BOGAARDS Monash University (South Africa ...

    Marlene BOGAARDS of Monash University (South Africa), Roodepoort Read 2 publications Contact Marlene BOGAARDS

  • Marlene Bogaards - Head: Commerce - Monash South

    职位: Head of Commerce and Law
  • Satisfaction in Relation to the Metrics of Quality ...

    Mpinganjira, Mercy and Bogaards, Marlene and Svensson, Goran and Mysen, Tore and Padín, Carmen, Satisfaction in Relation to the Metrics of Quality Constructs in South African Manufacturer- Supplier Relationships (January 2013). Esic Market Economic and Business Journal, Vol. 44, Issue 1, January-April 2013, pp. 55-71.

  • Henko Bogaards - Cape Town Area, South Africa ...

    职位: Entrepreneur/Project
  • ELECTORAL ALLIANCES IN AFRICA - EISA

    2016-7-8  Kadima (2006a) has pioneered the study of electoral alliances in Africa. His edited volume with case studies of South Africa, Malawi, Mozambique, Kenya and Mauritius provides the first systematic treatment of this topic. Kadima (2006b, p 10) defines a party coalition as ‘the coming together of a minimum of two political

  • Journal of african ElEctions - ResearchGate

    JOURNAL OFii AFRICAN ELECTIONS Published by EISA 14 Park Road, Richmond Johannesburg South Africa P O Box 740 Auckland Park 2006 South Africa

  • Ethnic Party Bans in Africa - 1st Edition - Matthijs ...

    An effective measure of institutional engineering? Ethnic party bans in Africa 5. Why there is no party ban in the South African constitution 6. Political party bans in Rwanda 1994–2003: three narratives of justification 7. Ethnic party bans and institutional engineering in Nigeria 8. Comparing ethnic party regulation in East Africa 9.

  • Democratization and Competitive Authoritarianism in

    The special issue revisits Levitsky and Way’s seminal study on Competitive Authoritarianism (2010). The contributions by North American, European, and African scholars deepen our understanding of the emergence, trajectories, and outcomes of hybrid regimes across the African

  • The rise of populism in Southern Africa’s dominant

    2020-6-10  Over the past two decades the countries in southern Africa have generally had ‘dominant party systems’. Such party systems consist of one large ruling party which is dominant, in terms of seats in the national assembly or incumbent advantages, and a number of small opposition parties. The literature on dominant parties (Bogaards, 2004 and Greene, 2007) and competitive authoritarianism ...

  • Why there is no party ban in the South African ...

    2018-6-12  On the significance of federalism see Egan and Taylor, ‘South Africa’. Du Toit, South Africa's Brittle Peace. Questionnaire, Heinz Klug. Succeeding President Nelson Mandela promised that there would be negotiations about the ‘volkstaat’ if the election result suggested this; interview with Hendrik Bussiek, Cape Town, 5 June 2008.

  • Competitive authoritarianism in Africa revisited

    2017-8-28  Cape Town, South Africa e-mail: [email protected] Asst. Prof. S. Elischer Department of Political Science, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA e-mail: [email protected] Z Vgl Polit Wiss (2016) (Suppl) 10:5–18 DOI 10.1007/s12286-015-0257-6 Competitive authoritarianism in Africa revisited Matthijs Bogaards Sebastian Elischer

  • The Importance of Consociationalism for Twenty‐First ...

    His research has focused on the prospects of democracy in ethnically divided societies like Belgium, Lebanon, South Africa, and India, and on different forms of democracy—especially the contrast between majoritarian and consensus democracy and between presidential and parliamentary systems—and their strengths and weaknesses: [email protected]

  • A framework of conscientious corporate brand – a

    – The purpose of this paper is to validate previous research in ethical branding by testing a conceptual framework on corporate branding using “the conscientious dimension”., – This article tests a framework for conscientious corporate brands (CCBs) by investigating environmental and climate change issues as well as internal and external corporate codes of ethics as CCB dimensions.

  • Deliberative Democracy and Electoral Reform in South ...

    2016-9-2  Deliberative Democracy and Electoral Reform in South Africa: A Campus Experiment Paper to be presented in the panel on Experimental Research in Democratic Innovations at the ECPR General Conference, September 10, Prague. MATTHIJS BOGAARDS Prof. Dr. Matthijs Bogaards Visiting Professor Department of Political Science Central European University

  • Bogaards, Matthijs Konkordanzpartei? Power-Sharing in ...

    2018-1-1  Matthijs Bogaards Power-Sharing in Südafrika Ist der ANC eine Konkordanzpartei? Abstract Although there is much debate about the extent to which South Africa after apartheid was a consociational democracy, there is little doubt that the interim constitution contained power

  • Ethnic Party Bans in Africa - 1st Edition - Matthijs ...

    An effective measure of institutional engineering? Ethnic party bans in Africa 5. Why there is no party ban in the South African constitution 6. Political party bans in Rwanda 1994–2003: three narratives of justification 7. Ethnic party bans and institutional engineering in Nigeria 8. Comparing ethnic party regulation in East Africa 9.

  • Marlene Bogaards IIE MSA

    2020-7-5  IIE MSA is an educational brand of The Independent Institute of Education (Pty) Ltd which is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997 (reg. no. 2007/HE07/002).

  • Competitive authoritarianism in Africa revisited ...

    Abstract. Competitive authoritarianism has emerged as a major concept in the study of political regimes. The introduction of this special issue revisits Levitsky and Way’s seminal study Competitive Authoritarianism: Hybrid Regimes After the Cold War. Although Africa is the world region with the highest absolute number of competitive authoritarian regimes, political scientists working on ...

  • Measuring Democracy through Election Outcomes: A

    2018-2-13  Matthijs Bogaards. Comparative Political Studies 2007 40: 10, 1211-1237 ... of measuring non-consolidated democracies—What global measures of democracy can tell about political systems in Africa]. ... South Africa's third post-apartheid election, April 2004. Electoral Studies, 24(2), ...

  • Electoral choices for divided societies

    accommodation in the emerging democracies of southern Africa”. Reynolds, p.2 18 Reynolds, p.130. 19 Reynolds, p.138. See table 4.3, pp.132 -3. 20 Power-Sharing in a Democratic South Africa (Berkeley: Institute for International Studies, 1985).