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08 October 2014

Minister Nkoana-Mashabane to host a Civil Society Consultative Forum on Agenda 2063

Minister Nkoana-Mashabane to host a Civil Society Consultative Forum on Agenda 2063 The International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane will host a Civil Society Consultative Forum on Agenda 2063 in Pretoria.

The Continent is currently engaged in extensive consultations on its vision for the next fifty years, known as Agenda 2063, under the theme “The Africa We Want”. This vision, which is expected to be adopted by the January 2015 Summit of the African Union (AU), spells out the aspirations of African people across all sectors and the pledges of Africa’s leaders which are translated into a “Call to Action” comprised of a ten-year action plan that will contain flagship projects.

Each AU Member State, including South Africa, is expected to contribute to this vision through inclusive national consultations by October this year. When the vision is adopted, Member States will have to align their national policies with it through a process of domestication which, in South Africa’s case, will entail harmonising Agenda 2063 with the National Development Plan.

DIRCO has already initiated national consultations with different sectors and will convene a consultative meeting with civil society on Thursday, 09 October 2014, with a view to submit inputs to the AU by the end of October 2014.

All media are invited to attend as follows:

Date: Thursday, 09 October 2014

Venue: DIRCO, Conference Centre, O.R Tambo building, 460 Soutpansberg Road, Rietondale, Pretoria, 0084

Time: 08h00 Arrival and registration

09h00 Keynote Address by Hon. Ms Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

RSVP: Laoura Lazouras at /<> 083 564 2024 or Ms Rhandzu Hlungwani at / <>

Enquiries: Nelson Kgwete on 076 431 3078


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