industrial policy action plan

 
Ipap has more flaws than benefits, says the DA
Ipap has more flaws than benefits, says the DA
The government's latest version of the industrial policy action plan (Ipap) is doomed to fail, the DA said on Monday.
SA's R100bn industrial action plan
SA's R100bn industrial action plan
South Africa's industrial policy has come up against heavy weather as it battles the economic downturn, spiralling internal input costs such as...
Little real fabric on manufacturing plans
Little real fabric on manufacturing plans
Industrial policy is in place, the money has been allocated, but South Africans will have to wait until next year to see how the department of...
DTI to designate critical, strategic industries
DTI to designate critical, strategic industries
New procurement regulations will empower the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to designate specific industries of critical or strategic...
Pie in the sky plan won't put food on tables
Pie in the sky plan won't put food on tables
During the recent parliamentary debate on the department of trade and industry budget its minister, Rob Davies, attacked me in my absence,...
Green energy coordination headache
Green energy coordination headache
The state's plan to green the economy is going to test the government's ability to coordinate departments and agencies. The revised industrial...
Green energy go-ahead
Green energy go-ahead
Government rhetoric about state involvement in promoting green industries is finally translating into action. The trade and industry department's...
Ipap 2 to create 129 000 jobs, says minister
Ipap 2 to create 129 000 jobs, says minister
The latest version of the Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap) will create 129 000 jobs, the Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said on...
Promises broken, promises kept
Promises broken, promises kept
It has been a mixed bag of promises kept and broken since Jacob Zuma's last State of the Nation address.
SA unveils job-creating industrial plan
SA unveils job-creating industrial plan
South Africa's new industrial policy action plan (IPAP) is expected to create almost 2,5-million jobs over the next decade by boosting, and...

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