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Villes et structures spatiales élémentaires du KwaZulu-Natal

Abstract : However significant the legacy of former segregational policies in the spatial organisation of South African cities, it is important to include other basic spatial structures that have often been minimised. That is the aim of this paper. The towns in KwaZulu-Natal province provide a strong illustration of this point. The urban entities in the province can be differentiated by several criteria-either historical or contemporary-that are not always related to apartheid policy. The towns are underpinned by basic structures that organise the province. These structures are determined not only by racial discrimination, but also by economics. Recent developments seem to reinforce this trend.
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Fabrice Folio. Villes et structures spatiales élémentaires du KwaZulu-Natal. M@ppemonde, 2004, 76-4. ⟨hal-03817350⟩



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