In spite of South Africa’s complex public procurement framework, the country’s beleaguered state-owned entities (SOEs) remain vulnerable to corruption. Meanwhile, firms have complained that bulky procurement laws have left them hamstrung in doing business.
Public procurement law is not the problem – people are
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