Nedlac strategic session with Minister Rob Davies – 22 September 2014

Nedlac social partners from the Trade and Industry Chamber met with Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies to discuss various aspects of trade and industrial policy – including Ipap, Apap, beneficiation and trade challenges.

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ED Input at 2014 Annual Summit – Working together to Promote Inclusive Growth

Deputy President Rampahosa, Ministers & Deputy Ministers, Directors General, Leaders of Organised Labour, Organised Business & the Community, members of the diplomatic corps, guests & media who have joined & Compatriots.

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Press release – Statement on the crisis in the Platinum Industry

Nedlac, like the rest of the country,
has been closely monitoring the crisis
in the platinum industry and the latest
breakdown in negotiations with
deep concern.

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Welcome to Nedlac
- National Economic Development and Labour Council

The social partners in Nedlac have key roles to play in developing effective policies to promote the urgently needed economic growth, increased participation in economic decision making and social equity in South Africa.

Leadership is about making others better as a result of your presence and making sure that impact lasts in your absence.

A healthy democracy requires a decent society; it requires that we are honourable, generous, tolerant and respectful.

At the national level, social dialogue is also fundamental to the implementation of viable and inclusive social and economic policies that generate decent work for all women and men.

Nedlac exists because of the important work it has done to enable dialogue which is crucial to the sustainable development of South Africa.