State-Owned Enterprises and Quasi-Fiscal Activities in South Africa

Forming part of a wider study on the Hidden Corners of Public Finance, this Case Study looks at state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and quasi-fiscal activities (QFAs) in South Africa. The study examines what information on SOEs and QFAs in South Africa is publically available, and what oversight mechanisms are in place, to assess the transparency and accountability of public spending in this area.

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