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Title:Public Service Traditions and Tenure
Author:Solo, Kholisani
Periodical:African Journal of International and Comparative Law
Geographic term:Botswana
Subjects:public administration
Law, Human Rights and Violence
Politics and Government
Labor and Employment
External link:https://heinonline.org/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/afjincol11&id=332&collection=journals&index=journals/afjincol
Abstract:The traditions inherited by the Botswana public service at independence from British colonial rule have a continuing impact on tenure. These traditions are political neutrality, permanency, loyalty, anonymity, autonomy and accountability. Together with regard for the public interest, continuity, transparency, freedom from corruption, the duty to be informed, due diligence, and confidentiality, they constitute the principles which chart the course of the public service in present-day Botswana. Notes, ref.