Die strukturering van en die beplanningstaak in die gerasionaliseerde kantoor van die Eerste Minister

The rationalization process in the Civil Service has established so many planning functions in the restructured Office of the Prime Minister that it can be legitimately asked as to what advantage this has for South Africa. In addition the centralization of planning functions may have created the sus...

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Published in: Stads- en streekbeplanninq = Town and regional planning Vol. 1981; no. 13; pp. 1 - 7
Main Author: Du Plessis, J.E
Format: Journal Article
Language: Afrikaans
English
Published: University of the Free State 09-01-1981
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Summary: The rationalization process in the Civil Service has established so many planning functions in the restructured Office of the Prime Minister that it can be legitimately asked as to what advantage this has for South Africa. In addition the centralization of planning functions may have created the suspicion that planning on the part of the Government will in the future be autocratic and that other executive institutions will become passive participants in the planning process. In this article an attempt is made to allay and clarify any suspicions in this regard and to convince the reader of the need for planning.
ISSN: 1012-280X
2415-0495