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White Papers: 2002

Government prepares a White Paper on a subject to set out its policy on the matter. White Papers are listed by date.
29 October 2002Department of Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs (National) (The Government of South Africa)
The central objective of this Draft White Paper is to set out a framework that will inform legislation intended to define, transform and restore the integrity and legitimacy of the institution of traditional leadership in accordance with customary law and practices.
October 2002Department of Water Affairs (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This White Paper sets out a comprehensive policy approach with respect to the whole of the water services sector in South Africa, ranging from small community water supply and sanitation schemes in remote rural areas to large regional schemes supplying water and wastewater services to people and industries in our largest urban areas.
8 August 2002Department of Transport (National) (The Government of South Africa)
The purpose of this policy is to ensure affordable, internationally competitive, efficient and safe port services based on the application of commercial rules in a transparent and competitive environment applied consistently across the transport system.
3 May 2002Department of Water Affairs (National) (The Government of South Africa)
The new water services White Paper needs to be much more focused on the role of local government with respect to water and sanitation services for all consumers (urban and rural, domestic and non-domestic), and on the nature of the regulatory, leadership and support role that DWAF and other institutions can and should play.
23 August 2002Department of Environmental Affairs (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This White Paper is being published to ensure that the renewable energy resources are used optimally.