Africa and project management hurdle

Leuvennink, Jaco (2012-12)

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ENGLISH ABSTRACT: South Africa is planning infrastructure projects worth thousands of billions of rand while it is widely accepted that Africa needs an infrastructure boom period of a decade or so to realise its emerging growth potential. Jaco Leuvennink looks at the role of project management in the outcomes of these development expectations.

AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Suid-Afrika beplan duisende miljarde rand se infrastruktuurprojekte terwyl wyd aanvaar word dat Afrika ’n dekade of wat se infrastruktuur-bloeitydperk nodig het om sy ontluikende groeipotensiaal te verwesenlik. Wat is die rol wat projekbestuur in die uitkomste van hierdie ontwikkelingsverwagtings?

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