A vision into South Africa’s future and the National Development Plan

By on June 10, 2015
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The Vision 2030 Summit, endorsed by the National Planning Commission, brings together notable industry stakeholders from both the public and private sectors. Their aim is to identify solutions to current problems delaying development and to ensure the success of the NDP.

Jeff Radebe, Minister in the Presidency with indisputable knowledge of democratic South Africa and renowned as the longest standing public servant having served under every president since 1994, is giving the keynote address on 17 June 2015, day one of the two day summit to be held at Emperor’s Palace.

Interactive discussions encouraging all South Africans to contribute to the NDP will be held during the event; in addition, breakaway sessions headed by panellists – with big industry names and high-priority focus areas –  will be conducted, ensuring all possible avenues are discussed. Notable panellists include:

Osborn Mahanjana: CEO, Sechaba Medical Services

Malebona Precious Matsoso: Director General, Department of Health

Vusi Madonsela: Director General, Department of Cooperative Governance

Lisa Seftel: Executive Director, Transportation, City of Johannesburg

Andile Dyakala: Chief Financial Officer, Tshwane Metropolitan

Pule Godfrey Selepe: Director General, Department of Transport

Michael ‘O Brien-Onyeka: CEO, Greenpeace

Tsietsi Mokhele: CEO, SAMSA

Miriam Altman: Commissioner, National Planning Commission

Edith Vries: Director-General, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

Matsietsie Mokholo: Acting Director General, Department of Public Enterprises

Thobile Lemati: Director General, Department of Labour

SESSION TOPICS INCLUDE:

Access to Quality Healthcare by Low Income Earners

Procurement Laws, Supply Chain & Municipal Tender Processes

Rail as the Backbone of Public Transport

Creating Public/Private Partnership to Improve Food Security in South Africa

Best Practice – Tools in Manufacturing Competitiveness: The Case of the Workplace

Education & Skill Development

Unlocking Agriculture & Rural Development through Partnerships

Ensuring that South African’s are & feel safe

Following each breakaway session, a report back and conclusion will be held to discuss the outcomes of the session and its solutions. Vision 2030 Summit’s opening and closing remarks, as well as the prize-giving, is being given by associate publisher and editor of Vision 2030, Ryland Fisher and is organised by Topco Media.

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