Video / 10/7/2015 8:44:16 AM
In the latest edition of NDP-A Plan in Motion, the spotlight falls on the role public-private partnerships (PPPs) play in the National Development Plan. PPPs are crucial in unlocking the country's development potential, and infrastructure delivery through a partnership compared to the public sector doing it. Joining CNBC Africa for this discussion is Edward Kieswetter: Group Chief Executive at Alexander Forbes; Mohan Vivekanandan, Group Executive for Strategy, Development Bank of Southern Africa; Godwin Khosa, CEO of the National Education Collaboration Trust; Mike Upton, Former CEO of Group Five and Andrew Boraine, CEO of Western Cape Economic Development Partnership.
Video / 9/9/2015 11:44:23 AM
On this episode of NDP-A plan in Motion, CNBC Arica's Nozipho Mbanjwa sits down with a panel of experts; Cecily Carmona, A.T Kearney; Stephen Van Coller, Barclays Africa; Roy Havermann, National Treasury SA and Cas Coovadia, Banking Association of South Africa to discuss the role financial services play in achieving the National Development Plans goals for 2030. The NDP comments on the role of the financial services sector in the context of business expansion, SME growth, infrastructure development, job creation and ultimately economic expansion.
Video / 8/13/2015 7:02:19 AM
The New Social Covenant is an initiative of the World Economic Forum which aims to create partnerships between business, government and civil society that are based on three core values: respect for human dignity, stewardship of the planet and a commitment to the common good. These values are closely aligned to the objectives of the National Development Plan (NDP), which outlines the need for a social compact to reduce poverty and inequality, and raise employment and investment throughout South Africa.
In this Fifth Edition of the series, we discuss the New Social Covenant, how it can support, and help enable the objectives of the NDP.
Video / 6/17/2015 3:17:35 PM
The NDP states that about 90 per cent of jobs will be created through small and expanding companies by 2030. On this episode, CNBC AFRICA will hone in on enterprise development from its role in the South African economy to whether or not the country has the right regulatory framework in place to help drive this sector with Nomvula Makgotlho, chief director of the Ministry of Small Business Development, Roy Ross, chief executive of Business Banking Africa for Barclays Africa, Miriam Altman, National Planning Commissioner and Matsi Modise national executive director of the South African Black Entrepreneurs Forum.
Video / 5/13/2015 9:40:49 AM
The National Development Plan marks agriculture as a key job creator, proposing that it can create close to one million jobs by 2030.Peter Staude, CEO, Tongaat Hulett, Brienne Van Der Walt, managing executive; Agri business, Barclays Africa and Tsakani Ngomane, department of planning monitoring & evaluation, Office of the President join CNBC AFRICA to put agriculture in the spotlight and look at how South Africa can capitalise on true agriculture potential.
Video / 5/6/2015 6:42:48 PM
The National Development Plan is government's economic blueprint, designed to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality by 2030. It emphasizes partnerships between business, government, labour and citizens. Hear what S. Africa's Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has to say to top business leaders on infrastructure in this exclusive interview with CNBC Africa's Bronwyn Nielsen.
Video / 5/6/2015 6:42:48 PM
On this CNBC Africa special we aim to stimulate positive dialogue on the National Development Plan (NDP) and show how business is responding to and supporting the plan. The series also aims to unpack the NDP and inspire business and government to work together in reaching Vision 2030. The theme for this episode is: "Creating a virtuous cycle of growth & development". CNBC Africa is joined by panellists: Khulekani Mathe - acting head of the National Planning Commission in the Presidency, Bobby Godsell - chairman of BLSA & NDP Commissioner, Nku Nyembezi-Heita -chair of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and Edward Parker - managing director, head of Europe, Middle East & Africa at Fitch Ratings.