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The role of the private sector in achieving development results : A case for South Africa

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Population : 54,96 million Male : 26.89 million (49%) (51%) Size : 1, 219 090 km Female : 28.07 million
Key Economic Sectors: Mining Services, Transport Energy, Manufacturing, Tourism ,Agriculture Official Languages : 9
Government: Constitutional Party (3 Tier local, provincial, national) GDP Growth Rates: 1993-2015 = 2,97%; 1994 =7.60%; 2006= 06.10%
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What inclusive development mean? post apartheid South Africa
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During the pre-1994 apartheid era, black South Africans were legally excluded from any political and economic participation; They were discriminated against in employment, skills development, in business ownership and control as well in access to basic social and physical infrastructures; Thus the 1st democratic era which dawned in 1994 brought hope for equality, employment and other opportunities
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South Africa is classified as a middle income developing country with a population of 55million people (Stats SA June 2016); The country is confronted with several challenges such as high unemployment rate which recorded ( 26.3 % 2016 Statistics South Africa) and inadequate inclusive development ; Despite the significant means of the government to address the tremendous social challenges facing South Africa; poverty, unemployment and inequality still reigns
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Title The role of the private sector in achieving development results
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Sub Title

A case for South Africa

Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Bosch, Ledule

Publisher

[Pretoria, South Africa]:Department of Public Service and Administration

Date 2016-07
Event

Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit

Pages 18
Subject Country South Africa(Africa)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic System
Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding Department of Public Service and Administration