The Role and Contribution of Co-Operatives Towards the South African Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan.
National Development Agency to Host Public Dialogue – The Role and Contribution of Co-Operatives Towards the South African Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan. The National Development Agency (NDA) will host a virtual Public Dialogue on Wednesday, 22 June 2022 with the theme: “The role and contribution of co-operatives towards the South African economic reconstruction and recovery plan.”
22 June 2022
We have noted with great concern scammers disguised as National Development Agency (NDA) employees asking people to provide money for tenders
Please note that the NDA will NEVER request money for any tender.
13 April 2022
Minister of Social Development highlights the need to capacitate local Cooperatives in Mahikeng to supply local demand.
North West - As part of her pre-Presidential Imbizo activities, Minister of Social Development, Ms Minister Lindiwe Zulu, visited Bogela Bontle in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality, on Friday 11 March 2022. She highlighted the need to ensure that local cooperatives such as Bogela Bontle Beadwork Cooperative are capacitated and receive the necessary funding to meet local market demands.
18 March 2022
THE APPOINTMENT OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS (CSOs) TO IMPLEMENT A VOLUNTEER PROGRAMME IN ALL PROVINCES ON BEHALF OF THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NDA) OVER A PERIOD OF SIX MONTHS
The National Development Agency (NDA) developed and submitted a project proposal to the National Treasury to access funding from the Presidential Employment Stimulus Package. The proposal focusses on the CSOs Volunteer Programme, which is a hallmark of NDA’s Covid-19 response plan aimed at combating the effects of Covid-19 on poor communities. The National Treasury approved the proposal and granted the NDA R30 million allocation to extend implementation of the CSOs Volunteer Programme until March 2022.
23 January 2022
UMTATA WOMEN’S SUPPORT CENTRE LAUNCHES MASIPHUNGE WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME
Gender-based violence and femicide (GBVF) is a profound and widespread problem in South African communities, impacting on almost every aspect of life. GBVF (which disproportionately affects women and girls) is systemically and deeply entrenched in institutions, cultures and traditions in South Africa. Population-based surveys show very high levels of intimate partner violence (IPV) and non-partner sexual violence (SV) in particular, with IPV being the most common form of violence against women.
17 December 2021
Webinar - Transformation of the Civil Society Sector in South Africa
The National Development Agency (NDA) commissioned the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) to conduct a research to specifically understand the transformative requirements within civil society sector in South Africa.
15 October 2021
Requests for proposals for CARA
The Interim Steering Committee on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide is tasked with the responsibility to coordinate the implementation of the Emergency Response Action Plan (ERAP). The Department of Social Development (DSD) as a lead department for the Victim Empowerment Programme (VEP) through ERAP has identified strengthening of CSOs that provide services to survivors and victims of gender based violence as one of the interventions to be implemented through the Programme.
04 October 2021
The National Development Agency to host a Public Dialogue to present findings on ‘’Civil Society Funding Mechanisms in South Africa’’ Research Study.
The National Development Agency (NDA) commissioned a research study on ‘’Civil Society Sector Funding Mechanisms” for the Civil Society Organisations (CSO) sector. The NDA’s primary mandate contained in its Act, is to contribute towards the eradication of poverty and its causes by granting funds to CSOs for the purposes of carrying out projects or programmes aimed at meeting development needs of poor communities; and strengthening the institutional capacity of other CSOs involved in direct service provision to poor communities.
25 August 2021
RESEARCH FINDINGS REVEAL A WEAK CIVIL SOCIETY SECTOR DUE TO THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS
Johannesburg, 20 August 2021: The National Development Agency (NDA) shared findings of a study commissioned by the organization to analyse the current legislative, policy and regulatory environment for the civil society sector in South Africa, and the extent to which the frameworks impact on the functions and functioning of the sector. The study was conducted by the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) and Foundation of Human Rights (FHR).
23 August 2021