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Research outputs: SERVICE DELIVERY

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2013 Exploring challenges of municipal service delivery in South Africa (1994-2013)

This article aims to explore municipal service delivery challenges in South Africa between 1994 and 2013 in order to stimulate debate in add...

2013 Ring of fire: socially perceived necessities in informal urban settlements in South Africa

This paper explores which items people living in South African informal urban settlements regard as essential for an acceptable standard of ...

2012 Impact Assessment of National Skills Development Strategy II: measuring impact assessment of skills development on service delivery in government departments

The terms of reference for this study called for the following three reports: 1. An international literature review on the relationship b...

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2012 The role of infrastructure in accelerating service delivery: lessons learnt from South Africa and China

The primary aim of the project was to investigate municipalities whose record in the delivery of basic services stand out as instances of go...

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