1. Theorizing water privatization in Southern Africa / David A. McDonald and Greg Ruiters 2. The new water architecture of SADC / Larry A. Swatuk 3. The constitutional implications of commercializing water in South Africa / Sean Flynn and Danwood Mzikenge Chirwa 4. Turning off the taps on the GATS / Karl Flecker and Tony Clarke 5. Entrenching inequalities : the impact of corporatization on water injustices in Pretoria / Peter McInnis 6. Managing the poor by remote control : Johannesburg's experiments with prepaid water meters / Ebrahim Harvey 7. Public money, private failure : the limits of market-based solutions in water delivery in Nelspruit / Laila Smith, Amanda Gillett, Shauna Mottiar and Fiona White 8. The political economy of public-private contracts : urban water in two Eastern Cape towns / Greg Ruiters 9. The murky waters of second wave neoliberalism : corporatization as a service delivery model in Cape Town / Laila Smith 10. 'Free water' as commodity : the paradoxes of Durban's water service transformations / Alex Loftus 11. The rise and fall of water privatization in rural South Africa : a critical evaluation of the ANC's first term of office, 1994-1999 / Stephen Greenberg 12. Stillborn in Harare : attempts to privatize water in a city in crisis / Rekopantse Mate 13. 'There is still no alternative' : fixing failed privatization with more privatization : the case of Lusaka / Karen Cocq 14. Water privatization in Namibia : creating a new apartheid? / Labour Resource and Research Institute 15. The new face of conditionalities : the World Bank and water privatization in Ghana / Rudolf Amenga-Etego and Sara Grusky.