Author:john-maluleke

Unpacking the process: Public Private Partnership bidding

Unpacking the process: Public Private Partnership bidding September 19, 2023 The bidding process in a Public Private Partnership milieu can be somewhat complicated. PROF KJ MALULEKE unpacks what the bidding parties are expected to do. In a Public Private Partnership (PPP) milieu, the bidding process involves a private sector party that strives to mobilise human and capital resources, with a view to investing in public infrastructure. This could be in the form of a road or rail network that needs […]

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Unpacking public-private partnerships

Unpacking public-private partnerships October 31, 2022 How does a Public-Private Partnership work when it comes to transport infrastructure? PROF KJ MALULEKE explains. Transport infrastructure comprises all physical elements upon which transport operations take place. The article in this issue focuses on the users of a road transport infrastructure, bearing in mind the previous two issues, which dealt with the roles and responsibilities of both public and private parties in a concession agreement. The so-called “travelling public” comprises the following segments: […]

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Public Private Partnerships: It’s all about transparency and trust

Public Private Partnerships: It’s all about transparency and trust May 19, 2022 What are the roles and responsibilities of the private party in a Public Private Partnership arrangement? PROF JOHN MALULEKE explains. My previous article, published in Issue 3, focused on Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) with specific reference to the responsibilities of the public sector party in managing economic infrastructure. While the public sector takes ownership of economic and safety regulatory oversight of the economic infrastructure, it still needs to partner with […]

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Roles and responsibilities in Public-Private Partnerships

Roles and responsibilities in Public-Private Partnerships March 18, 2022 Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) are used in the strategic procurement of services for the long-term sustainable productive operation of economic infrastructure. The concept is drastically different from the traditional public procurement of goods and services. In this issue, we will look at PPPs with a particular focus on the responsibilities of the public sector. Public-Private Partnerships move beyond the client-supplier relationship such as requests for quotes from private entities to supply assets or […]

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