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From the courts
(Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, 2010)
The cart before the horse? An award of tender contracts before legal compliance?
The end of administrative autonomy over individual staff appointments : from the courts
(Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, 2011)
Manana v King Sabata Dalindyebo Municipality (345/09)  ZASCA 144 (25 November 2010)
Adding injury to insult: Intrusive laws on top of a weak system
(Constitutional Court Review, 2016)
Local governments often encounter difficulties when state functions and powers are devolved to them. Capacity at local level often becomes the Achilles heel of devolution. This is the case in South Africa. The South African ...
The implication of noncompliance with Treasury's competency requirements
(Local Government Bulletin, 2011-11)
In 2007, in response to capacity constraints bedeviling local government, the National Treasury issued regulations setting out minimum competency requirements which all municipal financial and supply chain management ...
Regional spatial development framework vs municipal zoning scheme - which trumps the other?
(Local Government Bulletin, 2012-04)
For a considerable time, many municipalities, or their officials, have considered themselves bound by the provisions of the spatial development framework (SDF) or the regional spatial development framework (RSDF) or ...
Testing the metal of the Municipal Systems Amendment Act of 2011
(Local Government Bulletin, 2012-06)
The Local Government: Municipal Systems Amendment Act 7 of 2011 sought to put a halt to a phenomenon of staffing municipalities with unqualified people, thereby ensuring that skilled people are appointed. Its provisions ...