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Acronym: 
APSDPR
Journal
Phone number: 
+27 21 975 2602

Location

15 Oxford Street Durbanville
7550 Cape Town
South Africa
ZA
Working languages: 
English

Africa’s Public Service Delivery & Performance Review (APSDPR) is a journal in the niche area of Public Service Monitoring and Evaluation. The journal is a peer reviewed journal, aimed at the promotion and sharing of knowledge, skills and innovations in government and the wider Public Sector environment in South Africa and abroad. With a multi disciplinary outlook, the journal will stimulate service delivery and scholarly debate with a view to addressing myriads of service delivery and performance challenges being faced in government. The journal aims at providing an innovative approach to Monitoring and Evaluation scholarship through independent monitoring of implementable interventions around public service delivery and its expected outcomes. It thus envisages a role towards the turning point in bridging the gaps that exist between Public Service Delivery and the envisaged 'trickle down effects' on the targeted beneficiaries. Articles are invited in four broad themes, (1) Public Policy, Planning, Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, (2) Development Cooperation & Development Assistance Management, (3) Africa’s Regional Socio-Economic Integration, and (4) Agriculture and Food Security Policy.

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Reports & Research
August 2017
South Africa

This article aims to explore the causes of informal settlements in Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EMM). The article strongly challenges the view that the cause of informal settlements in EMM and other parts of South Africa is predominantly the apartheid government and agrees with literature which provides evidence that to a larger extent, the present government, not the apartheid government, is one of the dominant causes of informal settlements.

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