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Title: The management of sanitation in a selected area in the Western Cape, South Africa
Authors: Lemone, Julian 
Keywords: Sanitation -- South Africa -- Western Cape;Water supply -- South Africa -- Western Cape;Sewage disposal -- South Africa -- Western Cape;Municipal services -- South Africa -- Western Cape
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Abstract: The research provides a broad overview of the problem statement, research objectives, demarcation of the research, research methodology, and significance of the research, a brief literature review and the ethics statement. Theoretical background through a literature review of the selected topic, as well as of the legal frameworks that guide the provisioning of sanitation. The researcher consulted literature that describes the provisioning of sanitation by the City of Cape Town, and the challenges it faces in this regard. The researcher also discussed the legislation that guides sanitation, and five broad themes relating to sanitation, around which the research questions were formulated. The researcher discovered that City of Cape Town employees face a number of challenges that make their job difficult, especially in providing water and sanitation to the communities in Site C in Khayelitsha. The researcher concludes the study and makes recommendations regarding the provision of proper sanitation by the City of Cape Town. These recommendations are based on the study's questionnaire results
Description: Thesis (MTech (Public Management))--Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2019.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11838/2832
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