A review of trends in scientific coverage of water governance in South Africa and what this means for agenda-setting of public investment in water governance R&D

@article{JacobsMata2021ARO,
  title={A review of trends in scientific coverage of water governance in South Africa and what this means for agenda-setting of public investment in water governance R&D},
  author={I. Jacobs-Mata and P. Mukuyu and J. Dini},
  journal={Water SA},
  year={2021},
  volume={47}
}
A review of global trends in water governance reveals a paradigm dominated by political and institutional change which becomes increasingly aligned with global shifts towards sustainability and also a rapid decline in the hydraulic mission. Closely aligned to these trends, but distinct in its own trajectory, South Africa’s water governance dynamics have evolved through a period of considerable socio-political change marked by inequitable resource allocation and water scarcity. This paper… Expand