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Jabulani Sikhakhane (Supplied)
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The problem with the current set-up of the civil service is simply that he who appoints the piper has the power to call the tune to which the piper often dances, writes Jabulani Sikhakhane.

Government has proposed a framework for the professionalisation of the public service, the success of which, it says, will require the depoliticisation of civil servants.

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