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by Alexander O’Riordan

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by Alexander O’Riordan

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When the United Kingdom (UK) announced earlier this year that it would end its aid relationship with South Africa much of the debate focused on what had changed in South Africa. Was the UK correct that South Africa no longer needed aid? Did the UK violate protocol in its relationship with South Africa? Is the UK’s decision because South Africa as a middle income country no longer needs aid?

See more at: http://www.safpi.org/publications/south-africa-north-border-south-african-development-partnership-agency-sadpa

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