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    Reimaging Public-Private Partnership Model as Hybrid: South Africa Viewpoint

    Sinkala, Alinaswe, Ochieng, Edward, Ominde, Diana, Zuofa, Tarila ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5367-3909 and Badi, Sulafa (2022) Reimaging Public-Private Partnership Model as Hybrid: South Africa Viewpoint. Public Works Management & Policy, 27 (2). pp. 152-183. ISSN 1087-724X

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    As significant increases in the financing of infrastructure and other resources will still be required to bridge the current infrastructure gap experienced globally, alternatives to the standard PPP infrastructure project delivery models are constantly appraised in several nations. This research examined the viability of reframing Public Private Partnership (PPP) frameworks as hybrid PPP alliances (HPPPA), which would enhance current PPP practices and enable practitioners in South Africa to deliver PPP infrastructure projects more efficiently. The research adopted a two-pronged qualitative data collection approach, utilizing semi-structured interviews as well as case studies to obtain empirical evidence that was compared to secondary data on how PPP practices in South Africa can be enhanced. The research established that while the South African PPP legislations was adjudged as being suitable, the delivery framework was found to be highly costly and comprised of long approval processes.

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