Open Government Partnership
South Africa was one of the founding members of the OGP when it was formally launched in 20 September 2011, and has made a number of commitments that seek to build on existing government and citizen-led initiatives related to open government in the country. From the South African perspective, OGP commitments must be aligned to the five year national priorities which are, in turn, linked to the targets identified in the NDP and which are derived from the assessment of South Africa's achievement of the national vision as stipulated in the Constitution. That is the achievement of a non-racial, non sexist, united, democratic South Africa.

Related links

SA Government onlineOffice of the Public Service CommssionPalamaCentre for Public Service InnovationGovernment Employee Medical Scheme

Batho Pele Excellence Awards


Tirelo Bosha

Open Government Partnership

Service Charter

Batho Pele Principles

eDisclosure Resource Centre

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