John Hopkins – Social Housing In South Africa

No comments yet Review of South Africa’s Housing Policy – Historical Background
The formulation of South Africa’s Housing Policy commenced prior to the democratic
elections in 1994, with the formation of the National Housing Forum. This forum was a
multi-party non-governmental negotiating body comprising 19 members from
business, the community, government and development organisations. At these
negotiations a number of intricate legal and institutional interventions were researched
and developed. The Government of National Unity in 1994 made use of these
negotiations and investigations when it formulated South Africa’s National Housing

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