Beinart ch. 12 - a review of the SA economy, class formation and poverty alleviation since 1994 (you should all have a copy by now -- if not, e-mail me and I can scan the chapter)
Goodman pp. 211-215, 222-232, 241-245 - on transforming municipal govt. in Cape Town (you should all have a copy by now -- if not, e-mail me and I can scan the chapter)
F. Miraftab, "Neoliberalism and casualization of public sector services: the case of waste collection services in Cape Town, South Africa" - a look at the limits of transformation in Cape Town's municipal govt., and the interconnections between gender and capitalism.
E. Bertelsen, "Ads and amnesia: black advertising in the new South Africa" - on the use of idioms from the anti-apartheid struggle by advertisers in the 1990s
And - optionally - if you're not familiar with the concept of neoliberalism, there is a two-page summary in the introduction to David Harvey's A Brief History of Neoliberalism, available on google books
Grace Khunou, "Massive Cutoffs" and Deedat and Cottle, "Cost Recovery and Prepaid Water Meters and the Cholera Outbreak in KwaZulu-Natal" - both readings in a single file
Goodman pp. 248-280 (you should all have a copy by now -- if not, e-mail me and I can scan the chapter)