TOGETHER WE MOVE LIMPOPO FORWARD
THE ESSENCE OF THE LIMPOPO DEVELOPMENT PLAN
The Limpopo Development Plan (LDP) is a comprehensive and integrated provincial strategic plan with a five-year socioeconomic and governance implementation plan, adopted by EXCO on 4 March 2015. The plan aims to inform planning and resource allocations at both provincial government and municipal levels, and also provides a strategic partnership between government, private sector and civil society. The vision of the plan is to fulfill the potential for prosperity in a socially cohesive, sustainable and peaceful manner.
The LDP strives for economic development and transformation to enable the province to address the triple challenges of poverty, inequality and unemployment. The plan outlines the development priorities of the province and indicates its contribution to the national Medium Term Strategic Framework (MTSF) outcomes and the National Development Plan objectives. It further provides a framework for the Strategic Plans of each provincial government department, as well as the Integrated Development Plans and Sector Plans of district and local municipalities.
Since the adoption of the LDP, sector departments developed Strategic Plans, Annual Performance Plans (APPs) and Programmes of Action (POA), in pursuit of aligning the departmental vision, objectives and operational plans towards contributing to the achievement of the LDP.
Premier Chupu Mathabatha, MEC Moloi and Mayor of Thulamela Tshifhangom walked 3km carrying different flags to honour Africa
Premier Chupu Mathabatha hands over festive season information to drivers during the launch of Festive Season at Mantsole