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, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp 1–19 | Cite as

Institutions in search of direction

The role of advisory committees in the Regional Development Process
  • W. J. Davies
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Abbreviations used in the text

DBSA

Development Bank of Southern Africa

RDAC

Regional Development Advisory Committee

RDA

Regional Development Association

GHP

Good Hope Plan

NPDP

National Physical Development Plan

TBVC

Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda, Ciskei ‘homelands’

NRDAC

National Regional Development Advisory Council

MCS

Multilateral Co-operation System

SECOSAF

Secretariat for Multilateral Co-operation in Southern Africa

RLC

Regional Liaison Committee

MTC

Multilateral Technical Committee

NRDP

National Regional Development Programme

RSC

Regional Services Council

JSB

Joint Services Board

NCM

National Co-ordinating Mechanism

JCC

Joint Co-ordinating Centre

LCC

Local Co-ordinating Centre

JMC

Joint Management Centre

NSMS

National Security Management System

NGO

Non-Governmental Organisation

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