The Public Service Commission (PSC), which monitors and evaluates performance of the public sector, has rallied behind reforms aimed at professionalising the public sector, casting the move as a “positive step” for SA, which has more than 1.3-million public servants.

In a 191-page report on the study released in February that reflected on the pre- and post-1994 public administration ideology, practices and reforms, the PSC said the state capture commission, chaired by chief justice Raymond Zondo, “shone a very clear light” on the governing party’s cadre deployment committee...

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