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  Hon. SOR Mahumapelo
Bokone Bophirima Premier

Five Pillars


North West Policy Guidelines


Given the economic growth forecasts, key demographic and socio-economic characteristics and the current economic and structural realities in Bokone Bophirima, the Provincial Administration has an important role to play in setting the framework for growth and outlining the necessary actions to stimulate growth in areas such as innovation, research and development, skills, education, exports, FDI and entrepreneurship. This also means identifying and supporting business growth in areas where there is the greatest potential, whilst ensuring that the necessary economic infrastructure is in place to capitalise on the existing strengths and opportunities.


With the Focus of the 5th Administration on rebranding, repositioning and renewing (RRR) the VTSDs’ economies as a strategic drive and to further focus on Agriculture, Culture and Tourism (ACT) as key sectors in the province. As the implementing arm of the NW province this approach will be promoted by the NWDC.

It is important to indicate the relative importance of agriculture, culture and tourism in the NWP. Agriculture (both narrow [2.8%] and broad [4.4%]) plays a smaller role than in most of the other provinces (with the exception of Gauteng and Limpopo). Along with most other provinces, except Gauteng, the cultural sector makes up a small part of GVA (2.7%). Culture and Tourism is difficult to isolate as it is spread across various sectors in the economy. The tourism sector contributes more (19%) to provincial GVA than agriculture and culture put together. In the total NWP economy ACT contributed approximately 23% of all value added in 2014.

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