The forthcoming Vision 2030 publication is the result of a formal collaboration between the National Planning Commission (represented by the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation) and Topco Media.
"By identifying the challenges that exist, and issues that need to be addressed, and engaging with key stakeholders about solutions and the best way forward, the publication will become the most important tool to ensure the success of the NDP" - Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.
Editor Ryland Fisher explains: "After a hugely successful Vision 2030 Summit, we are now finalising a 260 page coffee table book which will include a report on the outcomes of the two-day summit and articles written by some of the founding members of the National Planning Commission.
"I am very humbled to have been a part of this book, especially when compiling the content, with exclusive focused interviews on the NDP with Trevor Manuel, Jeff Radebe and Rob Davies... to name a few.
We also have features that showcase South Africa's Global Icons including Christo Weise (founder of Pepcor), Mark Shuttleworth, Abdullah Ibrahim and Hashim Amla".
The organisations featured in the book include: JB Marks Education Trust, the Public Investment Corporation, Toyota SA, Exxaro, College of Cape Town, Lion of Africa Insurance, MerSETA, PRASA, SASOL, ABSA, UIF, DTI, SAPS and the Richards Bay Industrial Zone.
If your organisation would like to showcase how it is aligned with the NDP then this is the publication for you.
To find out how you can get involved please contact Clay Tsapi on 086 000 9590 or email:
Booking and entries into the publication close on 28 July
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