NSG’S CLEAN AUDIT CAPTURES DEPUTY MINISTER CHIKUNGA
THE ACTING PRINCIPAL GIVES FEEDBACK OF THE NSG STRATEGIC SESSION
Non-financial Organisational Performance – Bi Annual Review: 2019/20 FY (April to September 2019)
A 3rd Round for The BRICS Seminar On Governance, Held In Brazil
Advanced Project Management for the Public Service
The National School Of Government
The National School of Government has to play a significant role in overseeing the professional common purpose in addressing the systemic challenges of Public Service delivery, through the learning and development of public officials. In doing so, the NSG has to integrate lessons and experiences from the past to develop and improve on current skills and empower the current generation of public servants; and determining a conduit for producing future public servants with a vastness of competitive opportunities and abilities to innovate. The National Development Plan confirms that the uneven performance at national, provincial and local government results from interplay between a complex set of factors including tensions in the political-administrative instability of the administrative leadership, skills deficits, the erosion of accountability and authority, poor organisational design, inappropriate staffing and low staff morale. Therefore, the NSG is a call to build a capable and developmental state that will assist in correcting some of the inefficiencies in the public service.
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