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Government contracts and procurement law - a COVID-19 update


The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a new environment, necessitating procurement regulations to keep up with the rapid changes of demand.

National Treasury has emphasised that it is committed to the Constitutional objective of having fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective procurement processes that take into account the need for procuring essential health products required to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar will deal with Public Procurement Regulation in Africa and its development during these uncertain times.

Join us for a two-hour webinar.


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Who will benefit from this course?

Lawyers, government officials, procurement officers, financial officers.


Prof Geo Quinot, a professor in the Department of Public Law at Stellenbosch University and a founding director of the African Procurement Law Unit (APLU)

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