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State of Electricity Distribution
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Economic Infrastructure – Outcomes
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MIIF – Planning till 2019
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Infrastructure Stimulus Package – Development Outcomes
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Municipal Water Services

State of Electricity Distribution

Cabinet made a decision in December 2010 to discontinue the process of restructuring the Electricity Distribution Industry (EDI) through the establishment of Regional Electricity Distributors (REDs). In response EDI Holdings has wound down its operations and closed as of the 31 March 2011.  As such the Department of Energy will review the entire electricity value[…]

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Economic Infrastructure – Outcomes

This dialogue provides the platform to understand the approach adopted by the Presidency in respect of the Performance, Monitoring and Evaluation programme and explores the intention and implications of Outcome 6. Economic infrastructure comprises the internal facilities of a country that makes it possible to do business and includes communication, transportation, distribution networks, financial institutions[…]

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MIIF – Planning till 2019

The first dialogue in this series took place in June 2009, the topic being the Municipal Infrastructure Investment (MIIF). At that dialogue, the key findings of then MIIF Round 5 analysis were debated. Briefly, those findings included that significant capital expenditure would be required over ten years if the infrastructure service backlogs are to be[…]

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Infrastructure Stimulus Package – Development Outcomes

South Africa as a developmental state seeks to balance economic growth and social development through using state resources and influence to reduce poverty and expand economic opportunities for the poor and the previously disadvantaged.  The State seeks to apply its vast resources in a manner that not only creates a market economy, but also enables[…]

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Municipal Water Services

This month’s Infrastructure Dialogue will focus on Municipal Water Services. Water supply services in South Africa has seen significant achievements. Prior to 1994, only 62% of households had access to basic water services (DWA). The first non racial democratic government of 1994 introduced fresh thinking and new energy into water management. Water was defined as[…]

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