Attracted by prospects of overcoming public budget, human skills, technical and other constraints, Southern African countries are increasingly adopting public-private partnership (PPP) arrangements to deliver social and economic goods and services. However, most of these countries have yet to solidify the requisite legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks. This paper argues that PPPs have a potential to transform and improve the lives of the regions’ citizens if these basic frameworks are attended to forthwith.
Mfunwa, Mzwanele; Taylor, Anthony; and Kreiter, Zebulun
"Public-Private Partnerships for Social and Economic Transformation in Southern Africa: Progress and Emerging Issues,"
Southern African Journal of Policy and Development: Vol. 2:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.cornell.edu/sajpd/vol2/iss2/5