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This submission by the ANC NEC Subcommittee on Education and Health is designed to stimulate debates in the organisation on achievements made and challenges experienced by the ANC in implementing policies and programs in Basic Education, Higher Education & Training, Health and Science & Technology. It seeks to assist the membership of the ANC to assess the impact of our work since 1994, which involved designing ANC policies and programs to transform South Africa from apartheid to democracy, translating those into government policies and programs, and ensuring their successful implementation in the ANC and government for a better life for all.
Discussions guided by this paper must be used to rekindle discourse in all sectors of our society and our movement on the ANC policy process. The resolution of the 50t h National Conference noted that since 1994 the point of gravity as regards to policy development appears to have shifted to government and away from ANC constitutional structures. It resolved to enhance the depth and extent of ANC capacity to sustain an on‐going cycle of policy development, implementation and monitoring; and also adopted a diagrammatic aid to a better understanding of the ANC policy process.
Discussions of reports and proposals contained herein should assist the ANC to evaluate current policies thereby identifying policy gaps and designing policy proposals; assist the ANC to plan for the next five years of governance; help the movement to review existing documents on our vision of the ANC and South Africa in the next twenty years up to 2030; and get branches of the ANC to agree on our vision of the ANC and South Africa a hundred years from now, viz. the ANC and South Africa of 2112.