Author Dudu Sokhela's New Book on South African Economics Examines State of the Country
Author Dudu Sokhela is hosting a book signing and launch for her new book Why Urban-Rural Under-Developed Communities Will Never Develop in South Africa - Mooiplaas Informal Settlement, a Relevant Case Study: In the Front Lines. The event begins at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 14 at 1 Diederich St., The Reeds X6, Centurion, South Africa, and includes refreshments, speakers, and a press conference.
Drawing from extensive knowledge and experience of grass roots progressive social change acquired at various nonprofit organizations, she presents a solid look at the indigent community that is often characterized by poverty and inequalities. At the heart of community development in under-developed communities, ghettos, and slums, is society's need to deal decisively with poverty, want, and need.
Profound inequalities and favoritism exist in the way resources are funded and distributed by those in power. There is also a lack of compliance in coordinating community programs and how the community can proceed in maintaining development once it has been started. This book will help those wishing to turn the tide of poverty in these communities in South Africa.
Watch the video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hz2ySqMAlP4&feature=youtu.be
About the Author: Dudu Sokhela is a social worker in private practice, WMCCL founder, assessor skills program facilitator, and adult basic education volunteer supervisor in Pretoria, working on a campaign to root out illiteracy in South Africa.
Why Urban-Rural Under-Developed Communities Will Never Develop in South Africa: Mooiplaas Informal Settlement, a Relevant Case Study: In the Front Lines (ISBN: 978-1-62516-651-7) is now available for $38.50 and can be ordered through the publisher's website: http://sbprabooks.com/DuduSokhela or at http://www.amazon.com or http://www.barnesandnoble.com.