Procurement by organs of state amounts to nearly R1-trillion annually and represents a sizeable proportion of GDP. 

It is critical, therefore, that the legislative regime for public procurement across all spheres of government is clear, harmonised, flexible and a bulwark against corruption. This is what the Public Procurement Bill now being processed by parliament’s finance committee is meant to achieve. ..

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