The Minister of Finance established the Davis Tax Committee (DTC) in 2013 to inquire into the role of the tax system in the promotion of inclusive economic growth, employment creation, development and fiscal sustainability.
Reports as well as the terms of reference can be found on the Davis Tax Committee website.
The Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP) is firmly entrenched in Government's overall policy and plans to address the key challenges of economic and industrial growth, race-based poverty, inequality and unemployment. The IPAP is a product of the Economic Sectors, Employment and Infrastructure Development (ESEID) cluster. Government as a whole with a wide range of entities are for its implementation.
The South Africa Yearbook is the official authoritative reference work on the Republic of South Africa and is updated annually.
Past editions of the SA Yearbook since 2001/02 as well as the latest yearbook are available in PDF format on the website of the Government Communication and Information System.
The Auditor-General of South Africa fulfils its mandate by conducting a variety of audits, such as regularity audits (financial and compliance), performance audits, the audit of reporting against predetermined objectives, and investigations.
The reports of these audits are available on the website of the Auditor-General.
All investigation reports by the Public Protector are available on Public Protector website under Investigation reports.
The South African Government adopted the National Infrastructure Plan in 2012. The aim with the plan is to transform South Africa's economic landscape while simultaneously creating new jobs, and strengthening the delivery of basic services. The plan also supports the integration of African economies.
The National Development Plan 2030: Our future - make it work was published in 2012. The National Planning Commission developed it as a long term South African development plan in collaboration and consultation with South Africans from all walks of life. An executive summary is also available.
The Twenty Year Review document was published in 2014. It details how South Africa has progressed since the country first attained democracy in 1994.
Other documents in the series are:
Mr De Klerk made the announcement in his speech at the opening of Parliament on 2 February 1990. He announced the unbanning of the ANC on the same occassion.
You can find all of the speeches, called the State of the Nation address or SoNA, which were delivered at the opening of Parliament since 1994 on the State of the Nation page. Since 2007 the State of the Nation Address is provided in all official languages.
Speeches delivered by the President and Deputy President and members of the Cabinet since 2009, as well as some earlier speeches, are available under the Speeches section of this website.
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You can find the last two revised reports (King III and IV) on the website of the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa. The Institute of Directors in Southern Africa established the King Committee on Corporate Governance in July 1993. The reports or codes for corporate governance were published in 1994 (King I), 2002 (King II), and 2009 (King III) and 2016 (King IV).