In February 2020, the South African National Treasury published a draft Public Procurement Bill for public comment. APLU submitted detailed comments, which can be viewed here. APLU’s African Public Procurement Law Journal also published a special edition focusing on the draft Bill, which can be accessed here.
AFRICAN PROCUREMENT LAW UNIT
The aim of the African Procurement Law Unit is to foster inter-institutional academic engagement in the field of public procurement regulation on the African continent.
Fourth International Conference on Public Procurement Law Africa 2021>>
Postgraduate programmes in public procurement law>>
The PLAN Network is a permanent global network of academics interested in public procurement law and regulatory policy.>>
INTERNATIONAL LEARNING LAB ON PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS
The International Learning Lab on Public Procurement and Human Rights is a global network to generate knowledge, tools and guidance, and build capacity of local and national procurement agencies to integrate human rights into purchasing.>>