Category: Economic Development

Informal Trading Policy Discussion

Listen to the conversation with MMC for Economic Development Nkuli Mbundu on the background, planning and upcoming implementation of the newly passed Informal Trade Policy.

Good Hood Stories on Youtube

SA Cities Network created 4 videos showcasing innovative and creative ways in which individuals and organisations around South Africa are working in partnerships to address issues of transport, food security, homelessness, community development and so much more.

Gauteng Township Economy Development Bill 2020

The Gauteng Provincial Legislature has published the Gauteng Township Economic Development Bill on 17 June 2021. The Bill is part of Gauteng’s efforts to make starting and formalising a business in the township simpler,...

State of the EPWP report launched

On 30th June 2021, the South African Cities Network [SACN] and the National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure launched The State of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) in South African Cities 2019-2020.

State of the EPWP report

The South African Cities Network [SACN] and the National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure invites you to Save The Date for the launch of The State of the Expanded Public Works Programme in South African Cities 2019-2020.

Public Consultation: Draft Informal Traders policy

Stakeholders of the City of Johannesburg are invited to participate in the review of the Draft Informal Traders policy. Access the draft policy via the Google docs link in the following advert: The advert...

CoJ Community Based Planning

The City of Joburg is hosting online Community Based Planning meetings for all Regions and Wards. See the schedule with links below; Use the link HERE for online submissions to the City of Joburg...

CID Forum IDP Submission

The CID Forum welcomes the opportunity to participate and be involved in the development and preparation of the Johannesburg Integrated Development Plan Review 2020/21 (IDP). EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe most important issues contained in this submission...

WELCOME TO THE GPMA!

 

With great enthusiams and excitement, we would like to inform you of our recent name change – from CID Forum to GPMA.

 

The GPMA will function in the same way and offer the same services as the CID Forum.