Pretoria - The National Planning Commission said on Tuesday it will review aspects of the National Development Plan (NDP) in a bid to lead the country's response to current economic challenges, weaknesses in the state, and other challenges affecting communities.
As part of this review, the Presidency said the Commission would investigate the capacity and capability of the state to measure implementation of the NDP.
The review will also touch on better alignment between the national Budget and implementation of the NDP.
This follows President Cyril Ramaphosa's first meeting with the commission in the current political term as they held discussions at his Mahlamba Ndlopfu official residence in Pretoria on Monday.
The Presidency said Ramaphosa was told the Commission was in the process of reviewing progress in – as well as non-implementation in certain areas of - the NDP with a view to achieving better results in implementation of the plan.