Research Report
Skool Vir Openbare Bestuur & Beplanning : 2006
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Journal Articles (subsidised)
ACKRON JC. Access to and Economic Regulation of Water in South Africa: A Synoptic Review. Administratio Publica 2006; 14(2) : 47-72.
APPELS C, VAN DUIN L, HAMMAN R. Institutionalising corporate citizenship: The case of Barloworld and its ‘Employee Value Creation’ process. Development Southern Africa 2006; 23(2) : 241-250.
BURGER A, SILIMA T. Sampling and sampling design. Journal of Public Administration 2006; 41(3.1) : 656-668.
CLOETE GS, SCHWELLA E. Impact of technology on governance. Journal of Public Administration 2006; 41(3) : 537-556.
CLOETE GS. Chaos and quantum complexity approaches to Public Administration and management: Insights from the ‘new sciences. Administratio Publica 2006; 14(1) : 45-83.
CLOETE GS. Fundamental of evaluation research. Journal of Public Administration 2006; 41(3.1) : 682-693.
HAMMAN R, VAN DUIN L, APPELS C, TYLOR E, AKOR E. Corporate citizenship in South African business education. South African Journal of Business Management 2006; 37(2) : 1-9.
HAMMAN R. Can business make decisive contributions to development? Towards a research agenda on corporate citizenship and beyond. Development Southern Africa 2006; 23(2) : 175-195.
JONAS PT, CLOETE GS. The governance of public special schools in the Western Cape: a comparative assessment. Africanus 2006; 36(1) : 105-122.
KIHATO C, HAMMAN R. Is business coming to the table? Corporate citizenship in Africa. Development Southern Africa 2006; 23(2) : 173-174.
MACKINTOSH GS, UYS FM, DELPORT E. Regulatory Governance and the South African Water Sector. Safe Drinking Water: A Dream for All or A Reality For a A Few?. Administratio Publica 2006; 14(2) : 91-115.
MAJAM T, THERON F. The purpose and relevance of scientifc literature review: A holistic approuch to research. Journal of Public Administration 2006; 41(3.1) : 603-615.
SCHWELLA E. Drops to Drink: Regulatory Reform in the South African Water Sector. Administratio Publica 2006; 14(2) : 1-22.
SONNENBERG D, HAMMAN R. Implications of the JSE Socially Responsible Investment Index for corporate social responsibility in South Africa. Development Southern Africa 2006; 23(2) : 305-320.
SWILLING M, ANNECKE E. Building Sustainable Communities in South Africa: the Lynedoch Case Study. Environment and Urbanization 2006; 18(2) : 315-332.
SWILLING M. Sustainability and Infrastructure Planning in South Africa: a Cape Town case study. Environment and Urbanization 2006; 18(1) : 23-51.
VAN HEERDEN J, BLIGNAUT J, MABUGU M, GERLAGH R, HESS S, TOL RSJ, HORRIDGE M, MABUGU R, DE WIT MP, LETSOALO T. Redistributing Environmental Tax Revenue to Reduce Poverty in South Africa. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences 2006; 9(4) : 537-552.
Proceedings National
CLOETE GS. Accelerating successful public services programme implementation in 21st century South Africa. 2006 SAAPAM/ASSADPAM Annual Conference. Improving implimentation for accelerated delivery, Durban International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa, Journal of Public Administration 2006: 14-29.
MÜLLER JI. Sustainabilty and Sustainable development as the Making of connections: Lessons for Integrated Planning in South Africa. Planning Africa 2006 conference: Making the Conncetions, Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa, South African Planning Institute 2006: 1027-1079.
MCINTOSH M. Corporate Citizenship in Africa: Lessons from the Past, Paths to the Future. Greenleaf Publishing, Sheffield, United Kingdom 2006:285 pp.
Chapters in Books
HAMMAN R. "Corporate citizenship: Are business schools living up to the challenge?". In In N. Rockey (ed.), The Sustainable Business Handbook, Trialogue, Cape Town, 2006: 122-127.
KHAN F, PIETERSE E. The Homeless People’s Alliance: Purposive Creation and Ambiguated Realities. In Voices of Protest: Social Movements in Post-Apartheid South Africa, UKZN Press, Pietermarizburg, South Africa, 2006: 155-178.
MACKINTOSH GS, UYS FM. Climbing South Africa's water services ladder: safe drinking water through regulatory governance. In Regulatory Governance in Developing Countries, Edwar Elgar, Cheltenhan, United Kingdom, 2006: 281-299.
MÜLLER JJ, UYS FM. Regulatory governance of the water sector in South Africa in Minogue M & Cariño L. In Regulatory Governance in Developing Countries, ISBN-13: 978 1 84542 612 5, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, 2006: 206-226.
SCHWELLA E. "A Tale of A City in Two Ages: Innovative Leadership for Public purpose" in Becking, K & Hopman, N (Eds.). In Vernieuwende leiderschap, Persoonlijke reflecties uit de praktijk. ROI-Reeks no 4, Sdu Uitgevers, Den Haag, Netherlands, 2006: 39-44.
Research Reports
TUSTIN D, HAMMAN R. South African Metropolitan Consumers’ Perceptions of Corporate Citizenship and Ethical Purchasing Behaviour. Pretoria: Bureau for Market Research. . 2006: 141 pp.
Doctoral completed
CLARKE DG. Map Literacy in South Africa and its implications for Development Planning. PhD, 2006. 280 pp. Promotor: Cloete GS.
GELDENHUYS L. Geïntegreerde Risikobestuur - 'n bestuursmeganisme vir verhoogde effektiwiteit in die openbare sektor. PhD, 2006. 256 pp. Promotor: Uys FM.
Masters completed
BASTANI NC. A project proposal for the formation of people’s theatre: A community drama project for the moral development and empowerment of the youth in Hout Bay. MPhil, 2006. 87 pp. Studieleier: Kruger M. Medestudieleier: Swilling M.
CAAS FH. "Natural resources and conflict in Sudan” & “Addressing environmental issues in a post-conflict situation: The case of Afghanistan". MPhil, 2006. 64 pp. Studieleier: Khan F.
DLAMINI R. Investigation of sustainable agriculture practices: a system approach. MPhil, 2006. 113 pp. Studieleier: Swilling M.
HOLMES V. A Critical Analysis of the Gqunube Green Ecovillage Project. MPhil, 2006. 68 pp. Studieleier: Annecke E.
ISAACS DN. An Evaluation of the Implementation of Local Economic Development in the City of Cape Town. MA, 2006. 162 pp. Studieleier: Burger APJ.
JANSE VAN VUUREN J. Effektiwiteit van Spesialiseenhede van die Suid Afrikaanse Polisiediens in die Noordelike Provinsie. MPA, 2006. 70 pp. Studieleier: Uys FM.
MACKAY J. An analysis of the Urban Renewal Programme of the City of Cape Town. A study of Mitchell’s Plain. MPhil, 2006. 88 pp. Studieleier: Theron F.
MLOTSHWA SG. The impact of organizational structures on service delivery: A case study of the uMgungundlovu District Municipality. MPA, 2006. 140 pp. Studieleier: Müller JJ.
MUTAGOMA P. Decentralisation for community development – a Rwanda case study. MPA, 2006. 125 pp. Studieleier: Theron F.
NGCOBO ES. The Use and appropriateness of Different Economic Instruments for Water Demand Management at Buffalo City Municipality. MPA, 2006. 66 pp. Studieleier: Müller JJ.
PETA PP. The Developmental Project Plan for Tale Ga-Morudu Vaalpenskraal Farming Project. MPhil, 2006. 105 pp. Studieleier: Swilling M.
ROSSOUW-BRINK M. Towards a guideline Framework for Transformation to an LED approuch in local government in the Francis Baard District. MA, 2006. 166 pp. Studieleier: Ackron JC.
SAIDE EM. Community building for economic empowerment in rural Mozambique: an exploratory study in the Maganja da Costs District. MPhil, 2006. 100 pp. Studieleier: Theron F.
SAULS AL. A model for the delegation of roles and responsibilities within a performance management system at Oudtshoorn Municipality. MPA, 2006. 96 pp. Studieleier: Ketel BS.
SINKAMBA PP. Technical and financial proposal for participation of traditional leaders in the Copperbelt Environment Project. MPhil, 2006. 62 pp. Studieleier: Maseka K. Medestudieleier: Swilling M.
WATSON I. De Beers, Diamonds and Angola: Developing an understanding of the role of sustainable development and corporate citizenship in De Beers’ exploration strategy. MPhil, 2006. 66 pp. Studieleier: Swilling M.

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