Persons interested in international governance and comparative political science will find this website most informative. The site was created and is maintained by the South African government, and it contains hundreds of papers, policy briefs, statistical documents, and annual reports related to the operation of the country. The website is fairly uncomplicated, and the site is divided into fourteen sections headed by bullet points that include "Acts", "Constitution", "Provincial Documents", and "Green Papers". Most people will probably want to look at the "Acts" area, as it's a good way to get a sense of the government's priorities over the past several years. Also, visitors can perform a document search here and also review documents listed by subject or theme. Overall, it's an easy to use site, and one that provides timely materials on the workings of the government of South Africa.


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