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Public Sector: News Archive

      Johannesburg, September 2011- Modifying institutionalised barriers between the public and private sectors, particularly in complex and challenging areas of government, could stimulate new sustainable delivery efforts that would benefit the nation, says Deloitte.

Johannesburg, 24 October 2011 - Although the Public Sector in sub-Saharan Africa is increasingly realising the potential value that Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) offer to meet the challenges posed by infrastructure project development, several key areas have to be addressed if these potential relationships are to be effectively utilised for the benefit of citizens, says Deloitte.

The government is trying to gain input from as many sources as possible, writes David Jackson

 

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