DR Amina Jakoet-Salie

Amina is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Public Management and Leadership. She is also the Programme Leader for the Diploma in Public Management and the Advanced Diploma in Public Administration and Management. She started lecturing at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University since 2010 and lectures on both the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She supervises Honours and Masters research, including co-supervising doctoral students. She is currently a doctoral mentor for the National Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS). She completed her PhD at the Nelson Mandela University entitled “Co-Production of trust for effective local governance:  A Case study of the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality”.  Her research niche areas include, service delivery, public participation, community engagement, public policy and co-production. 

For 2020, the following articles have been published 

  • Taylor, JD, Draai, EE. And Jakoet-Salie, A. 2020. Creating a virtuos cycle for incresaed trust in local government. In The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa 15(1) 

Available at: https://td-sa.net/index.php/td/article/view/731

  • Jakoet-Salie, A. 2020. E-government strategies in South Africa:  A plausible attempt at effective delivery of services. In Administration Publica. Volume 28 No 3 September 2020 

The following book chapter has also been published in 2020: 

  • A governance perspective in promoting co-production of public services to improve trust in governance, has been accepted for the BK185 manuscript, A call for action:  A reflection of the tenets of Public Administration