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Move closer to our 2030 vision

IT’S A WIN-WIN



Incorporating township stakeholders

  • Athlone
  • Mitchells Plain
  • Khayelitsha
  • Mfuleni
  • Crossroads
  • Nyanga
  • Gugulethu
  • Mannenberg
  • Langa
  • Bonteheuwel
  • The 4 main key points

    • Creating jobs and uplifting local economy (SMME development)
    • Eradicating corruption, crime, robbery and injustice- Living Ubuntu Legacy
    • Sustaining the social entrepreneurship and creative arts sector.
    • Providing a procurement framework to local shopping malls
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    Rationale for organizing the Summit

    National, provincial and local government as well as the private sector has pumped major infrastructural projects to townships since 1994 and such projects are in jeopardy when local residents strike or unhappy as they vent their anger burning and destroying key projects for development including libraries, schools, roads and movable assets such as vehicles, trains etc

    Vandalism and destruction of public property has been the order of the day and it severely leads to slow pace of development as there needs to be re-budgeting, re-development and pumping funds into projects that have been completed shifting focus on new approved projects leading to slow pace in delivery and economic empowerment (community hall torched in Khayelitsha-m.news24.com-Mar 1,2015/Protesters burn down library, house-m.news24.com-South Africa- Feb 4,2014/World Bank (2010)”Violence in the City-Understanding and supporting community responses to urban violence”). There is an increasing need of nurturing youth as well as the elderly on nation building, conflict resolution, public participation as well as benefits on embarking on such skills as it contributes to human capital development.

    SUMMIT PROGRAMME

    09h00 – 16h30

  • Mr. Mthobeli January: Feedback on past Cape Flats 2030 Vision Conference

  • Mr. Tshediso Matona: Secretary: NDP Overview of the National Development Plan

  • Ms Najwah Allie-Edrie: Jobs Fund Director Presentation

  • Dr Thami Mazwai: Presentation on National Gazelles,

  • Mr. Zachariah George: Securing funding for startups

  • Mr Sello Maake kaNcube: From being creative to entrepreneurial – How to survive in the Creative arts sector

  • Lance Greyling: Director of Trade and Investment of the City of Cape Town

  • Mr Habib Noorbhai. CPUT Lecturer and Mr. SA finalist


  • 3 break away session will occur during the event:

    Brian Mawdsley ranked number 3 in Africa in 2015 for entrepreneurs with the highest social media authority
    Andre Prins Number 1 most connected person in South Africa on LinkedIn with 30 000 first level connections
    Zach George Creating sustainable business models and sourcing funding for business startups