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NCPAG PJPA 2003-1-4: Institutions, regulation and performance: the case of the Philippine telecommunications

Among the many challenges inherited by South Africa in 1994, one of the more difficult and pressing relates to provision of adequate water services to almost a third of the urban South African population which did not have access to potable water and sanitation facilities at that time; this number was even higher in the rural areas of the country. South Africa is a water-stressed country; thus water planners and managers are faced with an increasingly set of complex issues. This study focuses on the policy, legal and institutional framework as regards water supply, provision and regulation; access and economic issues; quality and standards; and the political context and its influence on the water sector, as it specifically relates to poverty in the post-1994 South Africa. An attempt is made to list some of the current and emerging issues in the regulatory governance of the water sector.

UP-National College of Public Administration and Governance
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Muller, Kobus; Uys, Frederick M.; Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (South Africa); Privatization -- South Africa; Regulatory governance -- South Africa; Water resources--South Africa; Water supply and services--South Africa;
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Published in 2003 and available in the UP NCPAG Library or Downloaded 131 times since October 25, 2018
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