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Vol 48 No 2

Published 19th January 2007


South Africa

South Africa's spat

South Africa, host to the New Partnership for African Development (NePAD) Secretariat and driving force behind the African Peer Review Mechanism, should have run a model assessment, bringing in its impressive civil servants and well established civil society. Instead, South Africa's Peer Review has been mired in secrecy and state control.

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