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Socio-economic rights and privatisation of basic services in South Africa: A theoretical framework

Author: Danwood Mzikenge Chirwa, researcher in the Socio-Economic Rights Project, Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, in ESR Review , Published on: 1 November 2003

This article explores the implications of human rights, especially socio-economic rights, for privatisation of basic services in the South African context. [refers to Bi-Water, SAUR, Water and Sanitation Services of South Africa (part of Suez), Eskom]

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Related companies: Biwater Eskom SAUR (part of Bouygues) Suez Water and Sanitation Services South Africa (part of Suez)