The Minister in the Presidency will lead the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME) on a media roundtable discussion on the bi-annual performance progress reports on 24 November 2022, 09h00.
The DPME has a responsibility to monitor the performance of government against the set priorities in the Medium-Term Strategic Framework and produce bi-annual progress reports for consideration by Cabinet.
Cabinet approved the biannual performance progress reports for the period 1 April 2022 to 30 September 2022. In addition to capturing the biannual performance progress, the reports also provide a mid-term review of the priorities of the 2019-2024 Medium Term Strategic Framework.
The reports are compiled according to the five clusters, Justice, Crime Prevention and Security; Economic Sectors, Investment, Employment and Infrastructure Development; Social Protection, Community and Human Development; Governance, State Capacity and Institutional Development, and International Cooperation, Trade and Security.
The reports provide an analysis of the key indicators of the seven adopted priorities of government using data collected from the departmental reports, statistics from Statistics South Africa and reports from the academia. The information is analysed against the National Development Plan: Vision 2030.
Source: Government of South Africa