22 Potchefstroom Elec. L.J. 1 (2019)

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Author

Allison Anthony

Affiliation

University of South Africa

Email

anthoam@unisa.ac.za


Date Submission

22 June 2018

Date Revised

14 January 2019


Abstract

Public procurement is generally known to be the acquisition of
goods and services by the government from the private sector.
Construction works are considered to constitute services and
as such are not specifically referred to in the Constitution of the
Republic of South Africa, 1996. Re-categorising public
procurement may hold many advantages for the regulation of
construction procurement law as a unique form of public
procurement in South Africa. The definition of construction
works is thus important when establishing what is procured in
construction procurement. This definition in turn may indicate
that the procurement of construction works is indeed a unique
form of procurement and should accordingly be re-categorised
in South African public procurement law.


Keywords


Construction procurement; public procurement law; defining
construction procurement.


Date Accepted

15 January 2019

Date published

26 February 2019

Editor Prof 0 Fuo

How to cite this article
Anthony AM Re-Categorising
Public Procurement in South Africa:
Construction Works as a Special
Case PER/PELJ 2019(22) - DOI
http:/idx.doi org/ 0.17159/1727-
3781/2019/v22i0a5270

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DOI
http://dx.doi.orgil0.17159/1727-
3781/2019/v22i0a5270

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