national development plan

 
We must invest in technical colleges
We must invest in technical colleges
It is seven years since the government’s national development plan (NDP) to realise our dreams by 2030 was unveiled. Yet it would seem that it...
The DBSA finances climate-friendly infrastructure
The DBSA finances climate-friendly infrastructure
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) is a leading development finance institution working across the African continent. Established in...
Pre-grade R is on the timetable
Pre-grade R is on the timetable
South Africa’s education system, and the departments involved, have long been criticised for their seeming preoccupation with matric results....
UP actively boosts women professors and researchers
UP actively boosts women professors and researchers
South African universities are actively pursuing gender equality and academic advancement opportunities to substantially increase the number of...
Consultants are a fruitless waste
Consultants are a fruitless waste
Despite spending more on external services to plug gaps left by mismanagement and a shortage of skilled workers, data shows that municipalities...
Just implementing existing plans will mark a ‘revolution’ in the state — Patel
Just implementing existing plans will mark a ‘revolution’ in the state — Patel
In Thursday’s State of the Nation Address (Sona) — which observers have criticised as long on vision and short on steps to implement it...
Ramaphosa urges South Africans to 'dream big' in Sona speech
Ramaphosa urges South Africans to 'dream big' in Sona speech
“Has the time not arrived for us to be bold and reach beyond ourselves do what may seem impossible?” mused President Ramaphosa in his State of...
ANC should stop recycling old ideas
ANC should stop recycling old ideas
There is an important question people used to ask before Nkandla, state capture, Thuma Mina and Ramaphoria became the most important issues in...
Youth want to farm, but not as slave labour
Youth want to farm, but not as slave labour
Nobody wants to be trapped in a menial, minimum-wage job. Yet in commercial and subsistence agriculture alike, these are the vast majority of jobs...
PART I: A radical blueprint for Ramaphosa’s Cabinet
PART I: A radical blueprint for Ramaphosa’s Cabinet
The appointment of the Cabinet is often a president or prime minister’s most significant test of judgment. The one that will be announced by...
ARCHIVES: SA economy is stuck in the political mud
ARCHIVES: SA economy is stuck in the political mud
The backdrop for the 2019 general elections is an economy in crisis. With record unemployment and persistent low growth, the country’s economy is...
No plan as coal jobs go extinct
No plan as coal jobs go extinct
About 60 000 jobs could be lost in the coal sector if South Africa takes its goal of cutting down on carbon emissions seriously.

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