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Cape Town - How to improve service delivery in the face of constraints on public funds is an issue that has gained importance in relation to the upcoming Budget 2016, according to Cuma Limekaya, lead partner for Future State 2030 at KPMG in South Africa.

KPMG’s Future State 2030 report identifies the “rise of the individual” as one of the key megatrends that will be shaping and driving public service delivery globally into 2030.

"This phenomenon has already begun to manifest in South Africa through increased demands for improved services and calls for government to accelerate economic growth," said Limekaya.

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