Title: Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
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Title: Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
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Copyright Date: 1985
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'.e pr C Cata power



ery j'ia.in. ol the political process itrenthens the Presidential power.


The nek- thii:g in local control is the establishment of district (regional) level authority to
administer services to the metropolitan cnd regional areas. Users will be represented on the
authority on the .asis of their use of the service. There will be multiple votes by renters,
home owners, a:.C co!imp.nies.

Its a way to give business direct control over physical and social capital.
They could rei.:ove restrictions and control would still remain in the "right hands".
Politicians are running the system now. The new system would remove their power bases.
The Black local i:uthoritieo are not part of a grand design rather they are patched together.
The joberg area in particular is a pivotal area.
There is a sei.se that the capitalist sxstex society has failed to generate opportunity.

An interesting study would be to find out how the state is able to survive successive crisis.
Durbai is going to be very different. The homeland comes ritht into the city.
So -;any people have vested interests in perpetuating the homelands, even the opponents.


Change must come internally it cannot be imposed from outside (dis invet-enit).
It is possible t at there has been a change in t e informal ;i.d f regional situation. lixis
There is aa terrific capacity to produce new organizations and to recover from repression.


That implications flow out of i majority rule. Would it include or exclude the homelands?
Vhat would oe the nature of the frrchise? In the U.S. and Britian majority rule meantt rule
of popular majority.
The image of black majorityy rule is now different than it va-s in the 1960's.
At the university there is a fear of Africanization.
The country is really poor. The deprived white working cl~ss--201/-working on the railroad.
These are rizix w yx people who were recently pushed offi the land. They are first generation
white urbanizers. They always come at the same time as the blacks an, tiiis leads to intense
competition for houses ad jobs.
In the 1930's 300C,000 poor whites.
Takhara---knots in your hair
Decentralization tends to mask tlis movement.
David Yuddleman's The Emergence of SoutX Africa.




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