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  • Chetty, Sugen (2014-01-09)
    SA is a water-stressed country that suffers from poor water service delivery. Half of the country’s 48 million people do not have piped water access. The major problems are inefficient operations, lack of capacity in ...
  • Simelane, Immigardht Brunnhilldah Hlengiwe (2011-11-22)
    Community participation in development projects is always advocated for but rarely practiced meaningfully. Narrow interpretations of participation that amount merely to job creation and skills transfer are prevalent and ...
  • Masemola, Seporo Sam Addison (2011-11-22)
    This research was conducted with the aim of finding out why medical waste that is often found illegally disposed of and who is responsible for it. Such waste poses a danger to people, animals and the environment. The ...
  • Camane, Cedric Themba (2013-08-05)
    The lack of a framework for selecting appropriate funding mechanisms results in costly and inefficient financing of public infrastructure projects in South Africa. The purpose of this research was to determine the nature, ...
  • Diliza, Nandi (2011-04-01)
    Context This research is a study of a Public Private Partnership (PPP) in a South African public hospital using the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital in Durban as a case study. An investigation of the challenges ...
  • Johnstone, Gordon (2011-10-07)
    Public Private Partnerships are becoming a key trend with regard to the provision of infrastructure in the Southern African region, as evidenced by the increasing number of Public Private Partnership transactions taking ...
  • Khanyile, Patricia Nonhlanhla (2011-05-06)
    Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are seen as a way of enabling the government to gain access to private expertise and funding in order to improve service delivery without the necessity of borrowing. The Folateng (the ...
  • Fourie, Johannes Jacobus (2013-10-14)
    ICT infrastructure is seen as one of the key drivers for economic growth. Unfortunately in South Africa many ICT infrastructure development projects fail for different reasons. Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are ...

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