There are many approaches to what constitutes social cohesion.
It is difficult to understand why the department of energy is dragging its feet with the review of the integrated resource plan of 2010.
As with driving on the road, one of the most dangerous actions in politics is to switch lanes without putting on an indicator.
President Jacob Zuma has launched a veiled attack on some Cosatu leaders, who continued to publicly criticise the National Development Plan.
What a lot of saviours and salvations we have been promised lately!
Numsa has reiterated its objection to the inclusion of the Democratic Alliance's policies in the ANC-endorsed national development plan.
The labour federation’s dismissal of the plan as a reworking of government’s '90s-era Gear strategy could be a sign of growing divisions.
An overhaul of the public service is needed in order to implement the National Development Plan, says Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel.
The president must translate the national development plan for his listeners.
The people directly affected by the Millennium Development Goals were not involved in drafting them. This must not happen again.
The ANC's aggressive stance on teaching as an essential service bodes ill for three-year wage agreements reached in the public sector last year.
The first day of the Cabinet lekgotla has started in Pretoria, where ministers will discuss the upcoming year's priorities.
The monopoly domination of the economy is an obstacle to the goals of economic transformation, growth and development, President Jacob Zuma has said.
The National Development Plan, rhinos, service delivery, soccer, Brics, Marikana and Mandela have been on President Jacob Zuma's mind as 2012 ends.
If poverty and joblessness is not addressed with vigour, social stability could take a hit, new ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa said on Sunday.
South Africa's ruling party is moving to appease investors and business in the country, if its draft economic policy document is anything to go by.
The NDP will have an overriding effect on the strategies of the government, Performance, Monitoring and Evaluation Minister Collins Chabane has said.
The national plan entails spending a bit more than 10% of South Africa's entire annual wealth and its gross domestic product.
Unless you are trying to bury an unpopular announcement, an intervening news event of terrible magnitude is every spin doctor's worst nightmare.
South Africa is building its future and the National Development Plan's target of poverty elimination requires effort by every South African.