GTAC often draws on the expertise of external partners for technical services in areas such as public finance management, public policy, infrastructure finance, organisational development and project management. To this end, we build relationships with academic, government, donor, not-for-profit and business partners, working collaboratively with them to share knowledge and offer support to government programmes to ensure better delivery outcomes. Some of our partners and networks are displayed below.​​​​​​
Cities Support Programme
Cities Support Programme (CSP) is a key element of government’s response to the challenges of urban growth that face South African cities. tab
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DBSA is a South African Government owned entity that functions to improve the quality of life of the people of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) through expanding access to development finance for sustainable economic and social infrastructure. tab
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Centre on Governance has specific orientations that are:
Place-based governance and coordination mechanisms and governance issues that are defined in geographically specific spaces – cities, communities, regions. This orientation implies an interest in the territorialization of governance. tab
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The mission of the Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice (GSDPP) is to promote and inspire strategic public leadership in Africa. As a multi-disciplinary centre, the School is designed to make public service at the highest levels of leadership an aspiration for the most talented of the continent’s rising generation. The GSDPP provides professional and academic training for senior public officials and those engaged in public policy in South Africa, other African countries, and beyond. tab
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The UCT GSB is pioneering a new model of a business school based on the paradigm of the emerging market. We define emerging as regions or economies that experience high uncertainty, high complexity and often, excessive inequality. The whole world is operating within times of great uncertainty and complexity and all business leaders and managers need to be able to adapt and learn to operate successfully within such challenging times and volatile environments. tab
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The vision of the NECT is to galvanise numerous civil society and Government commitments that already exist, harness lessons from the past and seize current opportunities to improve educational outcomes. tab
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The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assitance to developing countries around the world. tab
The partnership between the GTAC and the University of Ottawa Centre on Governance has been established in 2012.  The goal of the partnerships is to promote knowledge sharing, exchanges and cooperation in all areas related to public sector research capacity building using a form of network that creates the platform for leaning and exchange of experiences to take place. tab
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The Eastern Cape Socio Economic Consultative Council (ECSECC) was established in 1995 within a historical context characterised by deep-rooted political, economic and social challenges in the Eastern Cape.The ECSECC is a multi-stakeholder council comprising representation from provincial government, labour, business, the NGO sector, local government and institutions of higher learning. ECSECC advise and assist provincial government and other stakeholders to achieve an integrated development strategy for the province. tab
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The Economies of Regions Learning Network (ERLN) brings together economic development practitioners in all spheres of South African government in a spirit of enquiry and cooperation and to strengthen our agency as leaders in the regional economic development arena. Through a focus on regional economic development approaches, understandings, tools and skills, the ERLN aims to contribute to innovation and the effective advancement and realisation of South Africa's inclusive growth. tab
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PARI is an independent research institute based in Johannesburg. Established in May 2010, the Institute brings theoretically-informed social science research into the service of answering some of the major questions facing the public sector.  PARI approaches this from two angles: analyses of the organisational dynamics of the public sector and research into social change, citizenship and governance. tab
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Econ3x3 forms part of SALDRU, and is a forum for critical debate on unemployment and employment, income distribution and inclusive growth in South Africa. It publishes accessible research- and expertise-based contributions. The forum encourages debate on unemployment, inequality and poverty and a strong engagement between research and policy making. Econ 3x3 invites contributions from economists and other social science researchers, policymakers and relevant experts. tab
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The SALDRU was founded in 1975, and is based in the School of Economics at UCT. National Treasury contributes to SALSDRU’s funding. SALDRU does research in applied empirical microeconomics with an emphasis on labour markets, human capital, poverty, inequality and social policy. SALDRU has implemented a range of innovative surveys in South Africa including the Project for Statistics on Living Standards and Development (PSLSD), Cape Area Panel Study (CAPS) and the National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS). tab
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REDI forms part of SALDRU, and is a national research programme aimed at deepening understanding of the dynamics of employment, incomes and economic trends. By focusing on the interconnections between these three areas, the project seeks to contribute to policy reforms and development strategies that will address South Africa's unemployment, inequality and poverty challenges. tab

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