South African state capacity and post-apartheid economic reconstruction
The article examines the shift in the post-apartheid government's economic policy from its reconstruction and development programme to its growth, employment and redistribution policy. It argues that this move towards a more neo-liberal paradigm reflects the growing reflection of the state's incapacity. The paper reviews the delivery on promises made by the post-apartheid government after the April 1994 elections and analyses the reasons for its lack of capacity. Lastly, it appraises the potential for a South African developmental state.
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