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This folder holds all the publication and Accords issued by the Economi Development Department

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    New Growth Path Series

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    Government recently adopted the New Growth Path (NGP) as the framework for economic policy and the driver of the country’s jobs strategy

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    Strategic Plans

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    The Economic Development Department's Strategic Plan

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    Annual Reports

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    The Economic Development Department's Annual Reports.

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    Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission | PICC

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    All downloadable resources regarding the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission (PICC) can be found here.

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    Policies

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    All policies and draft-policies generated by the Economic Development Department, can be downloaded from here.

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    Annual Performance Plan

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    Annual Performance Plans can be found in this section. Please refer to the applicable year for all the relevant documents.

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    EDD Acts and Bills

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    Inside the Infrastructure Development Act, 2014 (Act No. 23 of 2014) (the Act)

    Infrastructure investment has been identified in both the New Growth Path and National Development Plan as playing a critical role in the economy, both as a direct provider of services and as a catalyst for higher employment-creation, inclusive economic growth and trade competitiveness.

    The signing of the Infrastructure Development Bill into law on 02 June 2014 followed an extensive consultative process with a wide range of stakeholders of the Department.

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    Indigenous Chicken Farming

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    Indigenous Chickens User-Friendly Guide for Small Scale Farmers

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    Financialisation Conference Reports

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    The Financialisation Conference was held in Pretoria at The Sheraton Hotel from 10:00 to 17:30, on the 3rd of October 2013, and from 09:00 to 16:00 on the 4th of October 2013.

    The conference took place over two days. The first day was a technical session, attended primarily by officials from various government departments and institutions. It was facilitated by Ms. Jennifer Schreiner (DG- EDD). The second day was a high-level session attended by both officials and Ministers. This session was chaired by Mr. Ebrahim Patel (Minister-EDD).

    The Purpose of the conference was;

    • To provide a platform for policy-makers, researchers and international experts to share knowledge and expertise on international capital flows and financialisation.
    • To identify policy options to ensure that the South African financial sector plays a catalytic role in generating employment and contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the New Growth Path.
    • To facilitate the capacity development of the researchers and policy-makers both within and outside the South African government, as well as participants from other governments in the region.
    • To formulate and implement evidence-based policies for effective capital account management and broader economic development.
    • To discuss the findings in the research papers done and presented by Dr. Makgetla, Dr. McKenzie and Mr. Mohamed as part of a collaborative project between the Economic Development Department (EDD), the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA), UN Development Program (UNDP) South Africa and the Corporate Strategy and Industrial Development (CSID) research unit at the University of the Witwatersrand.

    View photos from the Financialisation Conferenc on EDD's FlickR page.