3 edition of Local government transformation in South Africa found in the catalog.
Local government transformation in South Africa
Includes bibliographical references (p. 34).
|LC Classifications||JS7532 .C57 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||95184962|
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Local government transformation in South Africa [Cloete, Fanie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Local government transformation in South AfricaCited by: Local government transformation in South Africa. Hatfield, Pretoria: J.L. van Schaik, Academic ; Johannesburg: Thorold's Africana Books [distributor], (OCoLC) South Africa.
Ministerial Advisory Committee on Local Government Transformation: Contributor: South Africa. Department of Provincial & Local Government: Publisher: Ministerial Advisory Committee on Local Government Transformation, Length: pages:.
The book also provides a comprehensive overview of the South African design for local government, which is of interest to lawyers, policy makers and other parties involved in the implementation of the South African decentralisation strategy.
Jaap de Visser teaches public law at the Law Faculty of Utrecht University in the Netherlands.5/5(1). Historical Background of South African Local Government Apartheid has left its imprint on South Africa’s human settlements and municipal institutions.
Transformation requires an understanding of the historical role of local government in creating and. transformation in South African conditions. A good government is to effectively rule set on delivering positive results for communities (Buthelezi, ).
The South African economic situation is dire. At a time like this, there is no room for politicians to play semantic games with pretentious and woolly slogans like radical economic transformation.
THE ROLE AND PURPOSE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT INTRODUCTION The existence of local government has always been defended on the basis that it is a crucial aspect of the process of democratization and intensification of mass participation in the decision-making process. more particularly in Africa, are, inter alia, parks, street.
OTHER ROLE PLAYERS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVICE DELIVERY Municipal infrastructure support agency South African Local Government Association SERVICE DELIVERY CHALLENGES FACING LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONCLUSION REFERENCES CHAPTER 6 N Tshishonga STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT.
SOUTH AFRICA FIRST. ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION OF SOUTH AFRICA. POLICY PRINCIPLES "Political parties in South Africa have interpreted the country in various ways; the point, however, is to change it." 1. INTRODUCTION. SOUTH AFRICA TODAY.
The White Paper on Local Government 9 March The White Paper is dedicated to the memory of Tshepiso Mashinini (), chairperson of the White Paper Working Committee, and all the other women and men who contributed to the building of a democratic system of local government in South Africa.
Local Government, Local Governance and Sustainable Development Getting the Parameters Right Introduction SinceSouth Africa has experienced a steep learning curve with regard to institutional design in general, and local government in particular.
When the transition to democracy took place, South Africa inherited a dysfunctional local govern. BOOKS 1. Nieuwmeijer L and Cloete F (eds).
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Cloete, F & Mokgoro, J (eds). Policies for the Transformation of the South African Public service. Juta. Constitution of the Republic of South Africa of (hereafter referred to as Constitution) made LED an obligation for all local municipalities in the country, and in the White Paper on Local Government introduced the notion of developmental local government and LED as a key mandate.
Patterson ( 18) argues that the basis for the. The Government regards transformation as a dynamic, focused and relatively short-term process, designed to fundamentally reshape the public service for its appointed role in the new dispensation in South Africa.
Transformation can be distinguished from the broader, longer-term and on-going process of administrative reform which will be required.
The government should urgently implement a series of reforms that can boost South Africa’s growth in the short term, while also creating the conditions for higher long-term sustainable growth. These growth reforms should promote economic transformation, support labour-intensive growth, and create a globally competitive economy.
The article is based on the experience of South African local government in the period afterleading up to the first democratic local government elections on 5 December Proceeding from the view that the promotion of human rights is necessary for the promotion of economic development, the article critically assesses the role of local.
This publication is the official authoritative reference work on the Republic of South Africa and is updated annually. Cover and foreword [PDF] 17 kb 1: Land and its people [PDF] 9 kb 2: History [PDF] 9 kb 3: Agriculture, forestry and fisheries [PDF] 10 kb 4: Arts and culture [PDF] 10 kb 5: Communications [PDF] 9 kb.
challenges in the South African economy. The period since was marked most notably by South Africa’s full re-entry into the global economy. This re-entry also saw South Africa embark on a rapid process of trade liberalization which yielded a sharp increase in export and import volumes.
Data for the. West Province of South Africa, African Journal of Public Affairs, vol 4, No 3, Decemberpp Improving local government transformation in South Africa, Administratio Publica, issue 3, pp Effective political-administrative relationship for policy making and implementation.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.part of the South African government to monitor the unfolding process and policy outputs of state transformation since the country’s watershed non-racial democratic elections in Examples of this monitoring can be traced to and the final year of South Africa’s first non-racial.Apart from the expansion of basic services, South Africa can also celebrate the way in which the post-apartheid state was able to create a unitary state with a unified public service.
The public service is constitutionally defined as a collection of organs of the state at national and provincial level. The transformation of the local sphere is.