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Financing Public Infrastructure
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The Integrated Urban Development Framework
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Infrastructure after 20 Years of Democracy
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Infrastructure Sector Capacity Support
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Infrastructure Development Bill: what will the legislation build?

Financing Public Infrastructure

Infrastructure has to be paid for, and there are only three ways to fund it: taxes, user fees or grants (money from outside of the jurisdiction), often in a combination of all three. Fortunately there are a vast number of ways to finance infrastructure, that is managing the funding to make money available for when[…]

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The Integrated Urban Development Framework

The Infrastructure Dialogues is a partnership-based programme between major infrastructure sector stakeholders created with the purpose of providing a high level and regular platform for discussion and a sharing of views and perspectives between senior government, private sector and civil society stakeholders in the infrastructure sector. The desired outcome of the collective outputs of the[…]

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Infrastructure Sector Capacity Support

Providing technical assistance to branches of Government to enable them to perform their constitutional functions is a well-established practice. Whether it is, for example, through public-public partnerships of inter government cooperation or public-private partnerships between engineering councils and government agencies, formal commitments have been made to find ways and means to close gaps in the[…]

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Infrastructure Development Bill: what will the legislation build?

The New Growth Path (NGP) identifies infrastructure as the trigger jobs driver that is vital to unlock the potential of agriculture and agro-processing, mining and beneficiation, manufacturing, tourism, the green economy and African regional development and to improve the lives of citizens. The NGP further denotes that the impact of the infrastructure build programme on[…]

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