Living in a hut in 21st century South Africa [electronic resource] / Monde Ndandani
- Ndandani, Monde
- Additional Titles:
- Living in a hut in twenty-first century South Africa
- Stellenbosch : Sun Press, 2015.
- First edition.
- Physical Description:
- iii, 142 pages ; 25 cm
- Restrictions on Access:
- License restrictions may limit access.
- A pick from a ''hut vocabulary'' and hut-visitor's notables -- Who builds the huts? -- Issues of accessibility of rural villages: the case of Dyabha Village -- Jump-starting turn-around strategies for rural villages: a vision of rural RDP-house villages -- Village relocation problems and possible solutions -- Rural-urban mix: scenarios of current rural villages -- Children of hut-villages -- The role of rural schooling in rolling rondavels into the epochs of modernism and postmodernism -- Huts and reality of climate change -- Work Plans and Programming for Homesteads with Huts -- Who reads this stuff? -- A hut -- a century old and over: a case of Mgagasi Village type -- Race, class and hut-villagers: Gini-coefficient of opportunity -- The last lap of hut-village elders -- Conclusion: Aluta Continua.
- 9781920689612 (paperback)
- "'Published by SUN MeDIA Stellenbosch under the SUN PRESS imprint'"
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 141-142).
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