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Public Administration; Public Sector Accounting and Audits


The Experience of Private Investment in the South African Water Sector: The Mbombela Concession

Sugen Chetty and John M. Luiz
South Africa is a water-stressed country that over a protracted period has suffered from poor water service delivery. The major problems are inefficient operations, lack of capacity in spending allocated budgets, unclear management structures, and a long term decline in capital expenditure...
May 2014
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The Objectivity of National Research Foundation Peer Review Based Ratings in South Africa

J.W. Fedderke
This paper examines the strength of association between the outcomes of National Research Foundation (NRF) peer review based rating mechanisms, and a range of objective measures of performance of researchers. The analysis is conducted on 1932 scholars that have received an NRF rating or an NRF...
Jul 2012
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Local Municipalities and progress with the delivery of basic services in South Africa

Waldo Krugell, Hannelie Otto and Jacky van der Merwe
In 1994, South Africa adopted the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) and emphasised the delivery of services to meet basic needs. Since then, great strides have been made to redress past social inequalities. However, analysis of these successes have been limited to national or...
Feb 2009
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