Tag: National Planning Commission
South Africa's National Development Plan is a detailed blueprint for how the country can eliminate poverty and reduce inequality by the year 2030. Download key documents about the plan, the Medium Term Strategic Framework to implement priorities by 2019, and broader policy initiatives to move South Africa forward.
Sixteen years. In that time South Africa will be a very different country, if the goals of Vision 2030, as set out in the National Development Plan, are met. The aim, among others, is to eliminate poverty and create 11-million jobs by the year 2030.
At the Brand South Africa Competitiveness Forum governance and leadership breakaway, delegates debated how to improve the country’s competitiveness through nation branding and good governance.
Delegates gathered at a Brand South Africa workshop ahead of the South African Competitiveness Forum to compare and align their approaches to building and maintaining the country’s reputation abroad
At the recent National Church Leaders’ Consultation Programme, Brand South Africa’s Leo Makgamathe presented the organisation’s goals, highlighting church leaders’ roles in building a better country.
In his address at the National Development Plan lecture, deputy chairperson of the National Planning Commission Cyril Ramaphosa urged South Africa to first build an inclusive economy as a foundation for its struggle against poverty and inequality.