Federalism in South Africa is a contested concept and reality. This is illustrated by the extent to which there are differences of opinion on whether South Africa is an example of a federal state or not, as well as differences of opinion and conviction on whether it should be or become, if it is not yet, a federal state. This opinion on the contested nature of federalism in South Africa is supported by Haysom where he states that, during the negotiation for a democratic constitution: "EL the federalism issue - the question of the extent and nature of provincial autonomy - became the most heated, intense and enduring of the constitutional disputes."
Übergeordnetes Werk / Enthalten in
Federalism - a success story?
Band / Heft
2016, S. 73-102