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In the Media
- IOL — Deliberations on the Public Procurement Bill will have real and lasting consequences for the construction sector
- African Law and Business — No easy solution to South Africa’s procurement problems
- BizNews — Public Procurement Bill: No moral way to account for BEE’s impact on black unemployment
- IOL — Public Procurement Bill ‘deficient and dangerous’, says civil society
COMMITTEE MEETING Streamed live on Feb 6, 2024
(National Council of Provinces), [Briefing by National Treasury on the Public Procurement Bill [B18B-2023]
Public Affairs Research Institute’s Ryan Brunette explains why there is some dissatisfaction with the new Public Procurement Bill passed by the national assembly to manage how govenrment procures goods.
A group of civil society organisations under the name of the
Procurement Reform Working Group say they believe that the public
procurement bill is flawed – and that major changes need to be made. The bill is currently going through parliament and aims to reform some
of the ways the government procures goods and services. Legal Resources Centre candidate attorney Kristen Abrahams explains further.
African Procurement Law Unit’s oral submissions on the SA Public Procurement Bill 2023. APLU submitted detailed comments on the South African Public Procurement Bill [B18-2023] to Parliament and also appeared before Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance to highlight the most important aspects of the submissions. This video is a recording of the oral submission.
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