Presentation to Portfolio Committee. The Department of Home Affairs and the National Development Plan 21 May 2013. Presentation Outline Background to the National Development Plan (NDP) Key strategic objectives of the National Development Plan 6 Pillars of the National Development Plan 2030
The Department of Home Affairs and the National Development Plan
21 May 2013
Background to the National Development Plan (NDP)
Key strategic objectives of the National Development Plan
6 Pillars of the National Development Plan 2030
Key targets of the National Development Plan
The mandate of the DHA in supports of the NDP 2030
Approach to Implementation
Implications of the National Development Plan for DHA
Strategic Targets in Support of the National Development Plan
The objectives of the plan are the elimination of poverty and the reduction of inequality through:
Uniting South Africans of all races and classes around a common programme to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality.
Encourage citizens to be active in their own development, in strengthening democracy and in holding their government accountable.
Raising economic growth, promoting exports and making the economy more labour absorbing.
Focusing on key capabilities of both people and the country. Capabilities include skills, infrastructure, social security, strong institutions and partnerships both within the country and with key international partners.
Building a capable and developmental state.
Strong leadership throughout society that work together to solve our problems.
Integration of NDP proposals in dept implementation plans
The NPC working with DPME – through existing channels - will advise departments, provinces, and local government on integrating the NDP proposals into their implementation plans.
Proposals will also be included in the Medium Term Strategic Framework (5 year plan) from 2014 onwards
Transformation zone i.e. the interaction between government implementation, contribution of social partners, and lessons from pilots will bring about change. Growing this will build trust between key players and increase investor confidence
Piloting new proposals & feeding lessons into policy process
Private sector & civil society identify aspects to get involved in
The private sector, corporate foundations, labour movement, NGOs., the media and religious bodies will be mobilised to play an active role in the implementation of the NDP
Working with government & other social partners, the NPC will undertake piloting to test proposals, demonstrate effect & feedback into policy process
Alignment of targets in the annual performance plan of the Department and the NDP
Thank You Department and the NDP