President Ramaphosa Set to Appear in the NCOP Session

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President Cyril Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to address pressing issues related to women empowerment, youth unemployment, and key developments in South Africa during his appearance in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) on Thursday.

 

The Presidency has confirmed that the President will provide insight into the government’s approach to these matters during the Questions for Oral Reply session.

One of the key focuses of President Ramaphosa’s address will be the government’s efforts to institutionalize gender mainstreaming across various departments, provinces, and districts. Through responsive planning, budgeting, and reporting, the government aims to promote gender equality and provide opportunities for women in all sectors of society.

The President will also shed light on the progress made in economically empowering women, particularly in townships and rural areas, where opportunities may be limited.

Another crucial topic that will be addressed is youth unemployment. President Ramaphosa will outline the government’s initiatives and collaborations in developing a comprehensive youth employment and economic empowerment strategy. This strategy aims to tackle the significant challenge of youth unemployment head-on, providing young people with the necessary skills, training, and opportunities for sustainable employment.

In addition to these important issues, President Ramaphosa will also field questions related to other key developments in the country. Recent outcomes of the XV BRICS 2023 Summit will be discussed, along with actions taken against the construction mafia. The President will provide insights into the impact of the 2023 BRICS Summit and how South Africa plans to leverage these outcomes to advance the Agenda 2063.

Furthermore, the President will address the government’s commitment to global climate change mitigation efforts. An important aspect of this commitment will be finding a balance between ensuring an uninterrupted electricity supply and contributing to climate goals. President Ramaphosa will elaborate on the government’s approach to achieving this balance, keeping in mind the urgency of addressing climate change while also meeting the energy needs of the country.

 

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