Abstract: At independence, Botswana was considered a hopeless case. Statistical evidence suggests that democratic governance with transparency, accountability, little corruption, and effective decentralization has been a critical contributor to its development success.
Author(s): Sebudubudu, David
Source(s): , African journal of political science and international relations; Vol. 4, No. 7 p. 249-262, ill., graphs, tabs African journal of political science and international relations Vol. 4, No. 7
Published: 2010 Academic journals, [Nairobi etc.] (English