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Publications / Other Publications (by NISPAcee Press)

Public Administration: Reflection, Relevance and Readiness

Editor(s): Michiel S. de Vries, Gerda van Dijk, Margaret Chitiga-Mabugu

Date: 2018

ISBN: 978-80-89013-98-2

Publisher: NISPAcee Press

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Table of Contents

Foreword

Elsabé Loots............................................................................................................ 7

Introductory Remarks

Michiel S. de Vries................................................................................................ 11

Chapter 1

Public Service Reform: A 25 Year Critique

Christopher Thornhill.......................................................................................... 15

Chapter 2

Framing the Big Questions Related to Feminism, Gender and the Study of Public Administration

Gerda van Dijk..................................................................................................... 35

Chapter 3

Public Financial Management in South Africa – Quo Vadis ?

David Fourie........................................................................................................ 59

Chapter 4

The Relevance of Public Administration in the Governance Era

Michel Tshiyoyo.................................................................................................... 79

Chapter 5

Improving the Governance of Metropolitan Municipalities in South Africa by Enhancing Intergovernmental Relations

Onkgopotse Madumo........................................................................................... 99

Chapter 6

Are Ward Committees Working in South Africa ? A Review of Existing Studies

Tyanai Masiya, Adrino Mazenda..................................................................... 121

Chapter 7

An Analysis of the Impact of Infrastructure Investment on the City of Johannesburg, South Africa

Vandudzai Mbanda, Margaret Chitiga-Mabugu............................................. 141

Chapter 8

Analysing the Monitoring and Evaluation of the Household Food and Nutrition Strategy in South Africa

Mapula Nkwana, Lianne Malan....................................................................... 161

Chapter 9

An Assessment of Selected Anti-corruption Legislation Implementationin the Gauteng Social Sector Cluster

Unathi Mphendu, Natasja Holtzhausen........................................................... 177

Chapter 10

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Novel Skills Needed for the Public Sector

Norman Nhede................................................................................................... 201

Chapter 11

A Theoretical Analysis of Social Security in BRICS Countries

Richard Mthethwa............................................................................................. 217

Chapter 12

The Geopolitics of the BRICS Trade Policy and Implications for South Africa

Adrino Mazenda, Tyanai Masiya..................................................................... 233

Chapter 13

Institutionalising Coproduction: A Potential Service Delivery Policy Change for Rural Africa

Mary Mangai..................................................................................................... 255

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