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Coloured migration in the Cape region at the beginning of the 21th century
(SUN MeDIA Bloemfontein -- University of the Free State -- UFS, 2003)
INTRODUCTION: During the twentieth century, the port of Cape Town transformed itself from a town of some 150 000 to a city of 3 million. Before this period, different cultural traits of in-migrating and resident groups had ...
Residents perceptions of developmental local government : exit, voice and loyalty in South African towns
(UNISA online, 2003)
Over the past decade, local government policy in South Africa has proposed a greater degree of local democracy and a greater degree of local public participation. The latter, captured under the phrase ‘developmental local ...
Language, residential space and inequality in Cape Town : broad-brush profiles and trends
(Union for African Population Studies, 2014-05)
This article uses South African census data for 1996, 2001 and 2011 to explore the relationship between language and demographic change in the metropolitan region of Cape Town. We begin with a conceptual and methodological ...
Household language, residential segregation and social mobility : continuity and change in eThekwini, South Africa
(Union for African Population Studies, 2016)
This article uses South African census data for 1996, 2001 and 2011 to explore the relationship between language and social mobility in the metropolitan region of eThekwini (including what was previously known as Durban). ...
Diminishing returns : circulatory migration linking Cape Town to the Eastern Cape
(UCT -- University of Cape Town, 2001)