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At Deloitte we understand the scale of the challenges key decision makers in public sector face on a daily basis, navigating complexities to focus spending priorities and to maximise efficiencies. These are powerful decisions that have a powerful and direct impact on our country.


Deloitte named a leader in worldwide business consulting services for the public sector by IDC MarketScape

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TMT Predictions 2016

Discover the major Technology, Media & Telecomms trends that will impact your business in the 2016 edition of Deloitte’s predictions for the TMT sectors. They reveal the perspectives gained from hundreds of conversations with industry leaders, and thousands of consumer interviews across the globe. 


Deloitte at the Manufacturing Indaba 2015

Deloitte South Africa has announced its partnership as the knowledge partner to the second annual Manufacturing Indaba, at Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni on 29-30 June 2015.


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Human Capital Leader, Africa

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Press releases

South Africa is ready for EcoMobility – but crime and mindsets must first be resolved

South Africa is ready for EcoMobility.


21st Century Education

Deloitte brings world-class best practice, on the ground experience, an impeccable track record of delivering success in the Education sector.


Smart Cities Technology

Africa is ready to leapfrog the competition through Smart Cities Technology


Gov 2020:Explore the Future of Government in 2020

At the heart of Gov2020 are two simple components—Drivers and Trends, each one written from the perspective of the year 2020.


Skills 2020: developing skills for the future

Skills 2020: developing skills for the future

Ministers rely on the UK Civil Services to deliver their policy objectives and every UK citizen relies on it to run our country - so the skills and capabiity of civil servants matter to us all. Whatever the next administration decides on Civil Service reform, it should ask whether its plans will meet the needs of Government in 2020 and beyond.