Nedlac 30 Years of Democracy Project

About Nedlac 30 Years of Democracy

Nedlac commemorates 30 years of democracy and freedom by reflecting on achievements and lessons and considering options for the future.

The Nedlac process aims to conduct a participatory process with senior leadership of the social partners at Nedlac that will culminate in a report that will be presented to the seventh administration.

The project was launched with a presentation by the Minister responsible for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME) in the Presidency, Maropene Ramakgopa on 10 May 2024, providing a synthesis report on the implementation and impact of government programmes in South Africa from 1994-2024.

The Nedlac social partners have committed over the next couple of months to consider the 30-year review and make their own reflections and contributions on the country’s achievements, the lessons and what should be put in place going forward.

Two working sessions – on June 21 and 28, 2024 – will take place.

This will culminate in a report that will handed over to the next government administration at this year’s Nedlac’s 29th Annual Summit which will take place on September 06, 2024.