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South African Government Policy: Library Guide: Home

Bibliographic records and links of South African government policies, plans and strategies

Policy documents list, 1994-2013

NEW

South Africa. Department of Health. COVID-19: Vaccine Strategy. 3 January 2021.

South Africa. Department of Home Affairs. Draft Official Identity Management Policy. Public consultation version. 22 December 2020.

South Africa. Department of Home Affairs. Draft One-stop Border Post Policy. Public consultation version. 22 December 2020.

 

Introduction

This guide is a WORK IN PROGRESS. Most of the recent policies have been published online only so they will not appear in the library catalogue.  Please request a page for your topic if it is not covered.

Please e-mail me when there are BROKEN LINKS, so that I may fix them.

 

Policy-making

South Africa. Preseidency. National policy development framework 2020. Pretoria: The Presidency, 2020.

 Shaxson, L., Datta, A., Tshangela, M. and Matomela, B. (2016) Understanding the organisational context for evidence-informed policy-making. Pretoria: Department of Environmental Affairs; and London: Overseas Development Institute. (Working paper)

 Wills, A., M. Tshangela, N. Bohler-Muller, A. Datta, N. Funke, L. Godfrey, B. Matomela, G. Pienaary, N. Pophiwa, L. Shaxson, W. Strydom and Ke, Y. (2016) Evidence and policy in South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs. Pretoria: Department of Environmental Affairs and London: Overseas Development Institute. (Report)

Wills, A., Tshangela, M., Shaxson, L., Datta, A., and Matomela, B. (2016) Guidelines and good practices for evidence-informed policymaking in a government department. Pretoria: Department of Environmental Affairs; and London: Overseas Development Institute. (Report)

World Health Organization. A framework for national health policies, strategies and plans. Geneva: World Health Organization, June 2010.