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n Journal of Public Administration - Editorial

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Abstract

It is often argued that public administration creates the framework within which public services should be managed. This implies that managers should manage the activities within their respective branches, sections or units in such a way that services could be rendered. The current spate of unrest in a number of municipalities has an undertone of lack of service delivery as the focus point of the frustration. In various cases inefficient water supply or under performance by private contractors are quoted as reasons for the inability to meet the basic needs of the particular community.

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2007-09-01
2016-12-05
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