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Title: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE DOD ANNUAL REPORT FY 200809 27 October 2009


1
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE (DOD) ANNUAL REPORT
FY 2008/09 27 October 2009
2
AIM
  • To present the DOD Annual Report FY 2008/09 to
    the Portfolio Committee on Defence

3
SCOPE
  • Introduction.
  • DOD Approved Organizational Structure.
  • Minister of Defences Priorities for FY 2008/09.
  • Defence Strategic Objectives.
  • DOD Programmes as per DOD SBP FY 2008/09 and ENE.
  • DOD Appropriation Statement.
  • Overview of DOD Programmes.
  • DOD Corporate Risks.
  • DOD Audit Qualifications.
  • Discussions/Comments.

4
INTRODUCTION
  • The DOD performance report is submitted in
    compliance with legislative requirement (PFMA and
    TRs).
  • The report reflects the DODs performance against
    the DOD SBP and the ENE for FY2008/09.
  • Covers all DOD programmes.
  • The format of the report follows the NT
    guidelines on Annual Reports.
  • The Annual Report was approved by the DSC on 25
    May 09.

5
DOD APPROVED STRUCTURE
Ministry of Defence
LEVEL 0
Department of Defence
LEVEL 1
Defence Secretariat
SA National Defence Force
Defence International Affairs
Defence Inspectorate Division
Human Resource Division
Defence Legal Service Division
Defence Materiel Division
Financial Management Division
Defence Policy, Strategy Planning Division
Defence Foreign Relations Division
Defence Enterprise Information System Management D
ivision
Internal Audit Division
DOD CENTRAL STAFF
LEVEL 2
Defence Intelligence Division
SA Air Force
Joint Operations Division
SA Military Health Services
Corporate Staff Division
SA Navy
SA Army
Logistics Division
Military Policy, Strategy Planning
Defence Reserves
Chaplain General
Military Police Division
Command Management Information Systems
Division
6
DOD PROGRAMMES
  • Defence Administration (Prog 1).
  • Force Employment (Prog 8).
  • Landward Defence (Prog 2).
  • Air Defence (Prog 3).
  • Maritime Defence (Prog 4).
  • Military Health Support (Prog 5).
  • Defence Intelligence (Prog 6).

7
DOD PROGRAMMES
  • General Support (Prog 7)
  • Joint Logistic Services.
  • Command Management Information Systems.
  • Military Police.

7
8
DOD STRATEGIC FOCUS
  • In line with Govt direction, the DOD focuses on
    the following key imperatives
  • Meet ordered the ordered commitments stipulated
    in the Constitution, of defending and protecting
    the Republic of South Africa and its people.
  • Support Govts diplomatic initiatives on the
    continent and in the region.
  • Provide support to other Govt departments when
    required.

9
DEFENCE STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • The following strategic objectives were
    identified as being critical to the achievement
    of the DODs mission
  • The execution of defence commitments as ordered
    and funded by the Government.
  • The provision of contingency-ready and
    cost-effective defence capabilities as specified
    by approved policy.
  • Sound management of the Department.
  • The administration of the DOD within the
    prescripts of the law, the regulatory framework
    and Government policy.
  • The assurance of sustainability, the continuous
    improvement of output quality and the reduction
    of the cost of DOD processes as well as the
    accounting thereof.

10
DEFENCE STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • The assurance of the continuous quality
    improvement of people in the DOD.
  • The assurance of quality command and management
    information in the DOD.
  • The assurance of continuous quality improvement
    of DOD equipment and facilities.

11
MOD PRIORITIES FOR FY 2008/09
  • The Minister of Defences priorities were issued
    together with the Defence Strategic Objectives
    and formed the strategies and Plans of the DOD
    Services/Divisions for the MTEF as follows
  • Rejuvenation and upgrade of the Landward
    Programme.
  • Infrastructure and DOD Works Regiment.
  • Operationalisation of the Defence Review Update.
  • Revitalisation of the Reserves.
  • Information Technology.

12
DOD ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FY 2008/09
12
13
APPROPRIATION STATEMENT
  • Final
    Appropriation Expenditure 2008/09
    2008/09
  • R000 R000
  • Administration 2 480 152 2 480 151
  • Landward Defence 6 958 701 6 958 701
  • Air Defence 8 018 779 8 018 779
  • Maritime Defence 1 837 191 1 837 191
  • Military Health Support 2 177 208 2 176 940
  • Defence Intelligence 506 752 506 752
  • General Support 4 006 334 3 908 862
  • Force Employment 1 913 910 1 913 910
  • Total 27 899 027 27 801 286

13
14
APPROPRIATION STATEMENT
  • 2008/09
  • R000
  • Final appropriation 27 899 027
  • Less Actual expenditure 27 801 286
  • Under spending on vote 97 741
  • Under spending reasons
  • Delay in appointment of contractor AFB
    Waterkloof 82 154
  • Capital Works 8 065
  • Planned maintenance and repair on buildings
    7 253
  • Unspent as of Vote 0,4

14
15
MINISTERIAL DIRECTION OVERVIEW
  • The MOD focused on the following objectives
    during the period under review
  • Enhancement and maintenance of defence
    capabilities.
  • Provision of political direction to the DOD
    through issuing guidelines and setting of
    priorities.
  • Promotion of regional security through
    participation in peace missions and defence
    foreign relations.
  • Support to govt diplomatic initiatives in Africa
    through participation in multi-national
    organisations.

16
MINISTERIAL DIRECTION OVERVIEW (Contd)
  • Reduction of SANDFs routine internal deployments
    by April 2009, in accordance with Cabinet
    instructions but maintained sufficient internal
    deployment capability to respond to security
    requirements for international events like the
    2009 Soccer Confederation Cup as well as the 2010
    Soccer World Cup.

17
DEFENCE SECRETARIAT Achievements, Challenges and
Corrective Actions
18
DEF SECRETARIAT ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Management of various stakeholder relationships.
  • DOD Policy advice to the MOD and management of
    defence policy in the DOD.
  • Management of DOD parliamentary activities and
    engagements.
  • Management of DODs participation in Clusters
    activities and DGs meetings.
  • Ensured the DODs implementation of Cluster
    obligations.

19
DEF SECRETARIAT ACHIEVEMENTS (contd)
  • Effective management of NCACCs support
    activities.
  • Managed the DODs defence diplomacy activities
    through participation in bilateral and
    multilateral defence engagements.
  • Managed the strategic planning and performance
    management in the DOD.
  • Significant progress was made towards achieving
    the Minister of Defences strategic objectives as
    well as resolving the key issues identified in
    the reporting year.
  • Drafted and processed two Bills through
    Parliament i.e. Prohibition or Restriction of
    Certain Conventional Arms Control Act and the
    NCAC Amendment Act.

20
DEF SECRETARIAT ACHIEVEMENTS (contd)
  • Implemented measures to address the issues that
    led to a qualified audit in FY 2007/08.
  • Ensured the SANDF deployment authorisation
    (Presidential Minute).
  • In the area of structural management completed
    various structural reports and transactions.
  • Serviced 16 standing international legal
    instruments and facilitated the signing of 7
    MOUs.
  • Presidential Project 19 - reduction of case
    backlog by 28.

21
DEF SECRETARIAT ACHIEVEMENTS (contd)
  • Delivery of 5 Augusta helicopters, Hawk and 5
    Gripen aircrafts and a submarine to the SANDF.
  • Establishment of a dedicated financial support
    office in the CSANDF office.
  • The successful workshop to determine progress wrt
    implementation of UN Resolution 1325 (Role of
    women in decision making positions on conflict
    resolution)
  • The successful launch of the South African
    Military Veterans Association in September 2008.
  • Development of a new procurement framework for
    the DOD.

22
DEF SECRETARIAT CHALLENGES
  • Untimely passing away of Sec Def Mr J.B. Masilela
    and appointment of the A/Sec Def.
  • Lack of office space.
  • Human resources capacity constraints.
  • Lack of secure IT infrastructure as well as
    legacy resource mgt systems.
  • Lack of project officers with appropriate
    experience on project management for Defence
    Acquisition.
  • Unfunded mandates iro limited financial resources.

23
DEF SECRETARIAT CORRECTIVE ACTION
  • Implementation of CSIR Project (iro office space)
    .
  • Implementation of Project Clean Audit to enhance
    internal controls and good corporate governance.
  • Engagement with CMIS and SITA on IT systems
    support.
  • Delays in the staffing are being addressed
    through HR Strategy 2010.
  • Proposals on readjustment of financial
    allocations.

24
DEF SECRETARIAT Sub-programmes
24
25
DEF ENTERPRISE INFO SYSTEM MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW
  • Oversaw the integration of defence IT systems in
    line with the provisions of the Defence
    Enterprise Information Systems (DEIS) Master
    Plan.
  • Completed the Information Communications System
    (ICS) environmental analysis. Governance rules
    applicable to the DOD have been analysed and the
    relevant portions worked into the introduction of
    the strategy.

25
26
DEF POL, STRAT AND PLANNING OVERVIEW
  • Migration from the old to the new structures.
  • Executed a number of projects ranging from
    strategic planning to institutionalisation of
    performance management in the DOD.
  • Review of the National Conventional Arms Control
    Act which resulted in an Amendment Bill passed
    by Parliament.
  • Led the Defence Update process which resulted in
    a costed document submitted to Cabinet for
    approval.
  • In the area of structural management completed
    various structural reports and transactions.

26
27
DEF POL, STRAT AND PLANNING OVERVIEW (contd)
  • Ensured the DODs preparedness for Clusters and
    POA Activities.
  • To consolidate effective management, the Division
    made four senior management appointments.
  • Ensured paperwork for deployment authorisation
    (Presidential Minute).

27
28
DEF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS OVERVIEW
  • Provision of advice to the Minister and the DOD
    on key DIA policy issues.
  • Participated in the activities of various
    multilateral organisations like AU, SADC and the
    UN.
  • Serviced 16 standing international legal
    instruments such as the BNCs, Defence Cooperation
    Agreements and MOUs with other countries.
  • Facilitated the processing and signing of various
    agreements and MOUs e.g. Benin,
    Congo-Brazzaville, Indonesia, Malawi, Senegal, UK
    and Ethiopia.

28
29
FINANCIAL SERVICES OVERVIEW
  • Establishment of a dedicated financial support
    office in the C SANDF office.
  • Strengthened the implementation of the public
    finance management framework in the DOD through
    the implementation of Project Clean Audit with
    effect from Dec 2008 to enhance internal controls
    and prevent possible future audit qualifications.
  • Assisted in developing costing scenarios and in
    presenting various options of the financial
    requirements wrt the Defence Update 2025 process.

29
30
DEFENCE MATÉRIEL OVERVIEW
  •  
  • Delivery of Augusta helicopters, Hawk and Gripen
    aircrafts to SAAF.
  • Delivery of last submarine to SA Navy.
  • Active involvement in the negotiations and
    eventual signing of the DENEL-Rheinmetall
    Agreement on 01 September 2008.
  • Participated actively in the inter-departmental
    discussions on the DENEL recapitalization.

30
31
DEFENCE MATÉRIEL OVERVIEW (contd)
  • Managed the production and/or upgrades of various
    military vehicles and the SS77 Light Machine Gun.
  • Improved communication between the DOD and other
    stakeholders on defence equipment acquisition and
    support.

31
32
SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION OVERVIEW
  • Development of a new procurement framework for
    the DOD.
  • Support for peace keeping missions abroad through
    placement of contracts for operations.
  • In collaboration with Armscor processed the
    disposal of various phased-out and redundant
    defence equipment.
  • Made significant strides in the implementation of
    a comprehensive supply chain management
    framework.

32
33
INSPECTION SERVICES OVERVIEW
  • Provided internal audit training to 8 members of
    the Angolan Defence Force.
  • Conducted a verification audit on the DOD Perf
    Incentive process.
  • Evaluated quarterly and annual reports which
    resulted in improved reports.
  • Conducted combat readiness audits at the
    different Services which highlighted the impact
    of budgetary constraints and loss of technical
    skills on the state of combat readiness.
  • The fraud and corruption awareness campaign was
    conducted at 17 units of the DOD wherein 4 910
    members were addressed.

33
34
HR SUPPORT SERVICES OVERVIEW
  • Draft HR Plan developed to arrest exodus of
    especially highly skilled SANDF personnel.
  • Developed the DOD Corporate HR Support Plan for
    FY2008/09 and reviewed HR Strategy 2010.
  • The successful workshop to determine progress wrt
    implementation of UN Resolution 1325 (Role of
    women in decision making positions on conflict
    resolution)
  • The successful launch of the South African
    Military Veterans Association in September 2008.

34
35
HR SUPPORT SERVICES OVERVIEW (contd)
  • The successful National DOD Gender Conference led
    to approval of a departmental plan of action.
  • Through an inter-departmental partnership with
    the DFA, trained 554 DOD members in Arabic.
  • Participated in Dept of Educ National Literacy
    Project Kha Ri Gude - implementation plan has
    been developed for FY2009/10.

35
36
DEFENCE LEGAL SERVICES OVERVIEW
  • Presidential Project 19 - reduction of case
    backlog by 28.
  • Legal support to 6 ongoing external operations
    and 28 internal operations and Legal planning
    support rendered to 17 exercises.
  • Drafted and promoted two Bills, namely
  • NCAC Amendment Bill
  • The Prohibition or Restrictions on Certain
    Conventional Weapons Bill.
  • Eight of the 22 Boards of Inquiry and 15 of
    Summary Investigations were finalised.
  • Reduced Boards of Inquiry by 37 and Summary
    Investigations by 78 .

36
37
SANDF Achievements, Challenges and Corrective
Actions
38
SANDF ACHIEVEMENTS
  • The execution and sustainment of 6 Peace Support
    Operations
  • DRC (Op MISTRAL), support to the UN Mission in
    DRC.
  • Burundi (Op CURRICULUM), support to the AU
    Special Task Force in Burundi.
  • Sudan (Op CORDITE), support to the UN Mission in
    Sudan.
  • Ethiopia and Eritrea (Op ESPRESSO), Support to
    the UN Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea.
  • Uganda/Southern Sudan (Op BONGANI) support to the
    AU peace process in northern Uganda and
  • Nepal (Op INDULI), support to the UN Mission in
    Nepal .

39
SANDF ACHIEVEMENTS
  • 3 General military assistance in Uganda (Op
    TSHOLO II), DRC (Op TEUTONIC) and CAR (Op
    VIMBEZELA), continued sustainment was, however,
    problematic in the last two.
  • Eleven Infantry Companies and four Engineer
    Troops were deployed in Peace Support Operations.
  • Continued post conflict reconstruction support
    DRC and CAR.
  • Military training opportunities provided for
    countries in the region and continent.
  • Eight multi-national maritime exercises were
    successfully executed.

40
SANDF ACHIEVEMENTS (contd)
  • Supported 3 Internal Operations
  • Op INTEXO (Borderline Control)
  • Op KGWELE (Support to the SAPS)
  • Op HUMAN (Support to other Government
    departments)
  • Reserves Medical officers provided health support
    to Mpumalanga Dept of Health during shortages of
    health care workers at Rob Ferreira Hospital in
    Nelspruit.
  • Health services provided to 1 200 displaced
    foreign nationals in the Western Cape.
  • Increase in Reserve numbers from 17 749 (FY07/08)
    to 22 062 (FY08/09).

41
SANDF ACHIEVEMENTS (contd)
  • Water, water bunkers and water purification
    systems provided to alleviate drought conditions
    in the fight against the cholera outbreak.
  • Significant progress on the reorganization of the
    SA Army command and control according to NATO
    General Staff system.
  • First black Special Forces Regimental commander
    and Brigade Sergeant Major appointed.
  • MSD System is improving the HR composition of
    the SANDF.
  • Reserve and MSDS members utilised for both
    internal and external deployments.
  • SA Army qualified 17 685 learners in its Centres
    of Excellence, which included 91 members from
    other defence forces.

42
SANDF ACHIEVEMENTS (contd)
  • Provided air defence capabilities and generated a
    total of 34 840 hours with no major aircraft
    accidents. (Reserve Squadrons flew 2 706 hours).
  • 362 hours flown transporting President and Dep
    President and total of 1 570 hours flown by VIP
    fleet .
  • Progress in logistics processes for support and
    sustenance.
  • SAS Spioenkops visit to PRC in commemoration of
    10 year diplomatic relations between PRC and RSA.
  • Biennial Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD)
    Exhibition 2008.

43
SANDF ACHIEVEMENTS (contd)
  • New Defence Attaché office in Tunis.
  • Opening of DOD VIP Lounge at O.R. Tambo
    International Airport.

44
SANDF CHALLENGES
  • Logistical Sustenance / Equipment
  • Under-funding for integration and operation of
    SDP.
  • Sustenance of operations and exercises.
  • Lack of air and sea lift capability.
  • Shortage of spares.
  • Ongoing challenges of SA Army equipment.
  • Deteriorating state of facilities.

45
SANDF CHALLENGES
  • Human Resource
  • Loss of Scarce skills.
  • Incentive schemes to stabilize the rate of
    resignations attempted, however, resignations in
    key musterings remains a challenge.
  • Inadequate numbers from MSDS joining Reserves.
  • Processes
  • Internal Controls- DOD Qualifications.

46
SANDF CORRECTIVE ACTION
  • The DOD SCAMP re-prioritisation and utilization
    of RAMP by Services/Divisions.
  • Establishment of the DOD Works Regiment.
  • Logistics Intervention and Realignment Programme
    (LIRP).
  • Various incentive schemes and new remuneration
    dispensation introduced and scarce skills
    addressed through special marketing/ recruitment
    drives.
  • Increased MSDS and focus on development.

47
SANDF CORRECTIVE ACTION (contd)
  • Internal Control processes under review and
    rectification. Corrective actions in place.
    However, impeded by
  • Lack of resources/capacity to implement new
    systems.
  • Moratorium on enhancements to Information
    Systems, placed by National Treasury.

48
SANDF Programmes
49
PROGRAMME 8 FORCE EMPLOYMENT OVERVIEW
  • All primary force employment commitments met.
  • First black Special Forces Regimental commander
    and Brigade Sergeant Major appointed.
  • To enhance and maintain comprehensive Defence
    Capabilities
  • Detail on joint, interdepartmental and
    multinational exercises are in Chapter 3, table
    3.2 of the AR.
  • Promote Peace, Security and Stability in the
    Region and Continent
  • Detail in Chapter 3, table 3.1 of the AR.
  • Supporting People of South Africa
  • Detail in Chapter 3, table 3.1 of the AR.

50
PROGRAMME 2 LANDWARD DEFENCE OVERVIEW
  • Fulfilled all commitments on external and
    internal deployments.
  • Reserve and MSDS members utilised for both
    internal and external deployments.
  • Excellent work on Post Conflict Reconstruction
    training for CAR and DRC.
  • Provided 4 199 members for deployment to the UN
    and AU Missions in Africa.
  • Provided 393 members for internal deployment .

51
PROGRAMME 2 LANDWARD DEFENCE OVERVIEW (contd)
  • Water, water bunkers and water purification
    systems provided to alleviate drought conditions
    in the fight against the cholera outbreak.
  • Significant progress on the reorganization of the
    SA Army command and control according to NATO
    General Staff system.
  • Training of crews and instructors as part of
    commissioning of new armour systems is on track.
  • Lessons Identified and Lessons Learnt Systems
    (LIALLS) used 1st time for the development of
    doctrine for the African Battle Space.
  • DOD Works Regiment headquarter infrastructure
    was established in terms of facilities and
    personnel.

52
PROGRAMME 2 LANDWARD DEFENCE OVERVIEW (contd)
  • Translation of 1 512 MSDS members into Core
    Service System (CSS) and 1 113 into the Army
    Reserves.
  • 2 486 Reserve members received formal training in
    103 courses.
  • 983 Army Territorial Reserve members were
    converted into the Army Conventional Reserve.
  • Simulation training gained momentum but cannot
    replace live training.
  • SA Army qualified 17 685 learners in its Centres
    of Excellence, which included 91 members from
    other defence forces.

53
PROGRAMME 3 AIR DEFENCE OVERVIEW
  • Provided air defence capabilities and generated a
    total of 34 840 hours with no major aircraft
    accidents. (Reserve Squadrons flew 2 706 hours).
  • 362 hours flown transporting President and Dep
    President and total of 1 570 hours flown by VIP
    fleet .
  • Def Coms with Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique,
    Namibia, France, Spain, and Vietnam enhancing
    co-operation between Air Forces.
  • Joint and Multinational Exercises with
    Singaporean Defence Force, Navies of South
    Africa, Brazil and India, the Navies of South
    Africa, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay, the
    Namibian Air Force and US Navy .
  • Hosted AAD 2008 at AFB Ysterplaat.

54
PROGRAMME 3 AIR DEFENCE OVERVIEW (contd)
  • Inter departmental support to the SAPS with
    border control operations and xenophobia crisis,
    humanitarian assistance, various search and
    rescue flights, assistance with flood relief in
    the W Cape and drought relief assistance in E
    Cape.
  • Good progress Gripen advanced light fighter
    programme - six aircraft delivered, delivery of
    24 Hawk lead in fighter trainers completed,
    Agusta A109 helicopter fleet grew to 27 out of 30
    aircraft.
  • Black representivity increasing to 68.7, in core
    musterings increased to 50.1 and overall female
    representivity increased to 20.8.

55
PROGRAMME 3 AIR DEFENCE OVERVIEW (contd)
  • 635 Reserve members generated 91 625 person days.
  • Upgrade of AFB Waterkloof progressed well Phase
    1 completed by Jun 09.
  • Achieved 73 of the planned readiness of aircraft
    and aircrew availability and flew 93.5 of
    planned flying hours.

56
PROGRAMME 4 MARITIME DEFENCE OVERVIEW
  • Met all commitments.
  • Deployed abroad on four occasions and hosted
    visiting ships from 10 countries.
  • Frigate SAS SPIOENKOP successfully visited PRC,
    Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, India and Mauritius
    (Operation CARAWAY).
  • Contributed an average of 50 personnel to various
    missions in Africa.
  • Deployed and rotated platoon from the Maritime
    Reaction Squadrons Naval Reaction Division.

57
PROGRAMME 4 MARITIME DEFENCE OVERVIEW (contd)
  • Technical assistance provided to Malawi and
    Mozambique and learning opportunities to 27
    learners from Namibia and DRC.
  • Meeting of Chief Delegates was held in Angola
    with C Navy attending as Chief Delegate.
  • Participated in initial planning in Angola for
    SADC Brigade Exercise scheduled for FY2009/10.
  • Eight multi-national naval exercises were
    conducted.
  • Initiated process to formalise staff talks with
    SADC Standing Maritime Committee member states to
    enhance bilateral maritime relations with African
    Navies.

58
PROGRAMME 4 MARITIME DEFENCE OVERVIEW (contd)
  • 33 African countries and 12 observer countries
    attended 3rd Sea Power for Africa Symposium
    hosted in Cape Town.
  • Over 500 key stakeholders attended successful
    Presidential Fleet Review in Simons Town to
    honour the Commander-in-Chief .
  • Hosted new MOD onboard SAS ISANDLWANA who
    addressed the SA National Editors Forum during
    his first media briefing.
  • Last of the three Type 209 submarines, SAS QUEEN
    MODJADJI 1 arrived in May 08 .
  • Lynx helicopter fully integrated with the
    Frigates .

59
PROGRAMME 4 MARITIME DEFENCE OVERVIEW (contd)
  • SA Navy offered more MSDS recruits Core Service
    System contracts than anticipated.
  • On average, the SA Navy has had 230 Reserves on
    active duty serving at sea and ashore.
  • Expended 100 of its budget.

60
PROGRAMME 5 MILITARY HEALTH SUPPORT OVERVIEW
  • Supported all operations and exercises. Met most
    of the demands.
  • Visits by SGs of China, Algeria and Germany.
  • Members participated in foreign learning
    opportunities e.g. Field Hospital course in
    China.
  • SAMHS Law of Armed Conflict and Battlefield
    Trauma courses are in high demand
    internationally.
  • Initiated the establishment of a SADC Military
    Health Service Doctrine Workgroup to explore
    operational health doctrine.

61
PROGRAMME 5 MILITARY HEALTH SUPPORT OVERVIEW
(contd)
  • Presented the Chemical Protection Course for
    African State Parties.
  • Memorandum of Collaboration between DOD and Dept
    of Health in KZN signed.
  • Reserve medical officers provided health support
    to the Mpumalanga Dept of Health during shortages
    of health care workers.
  • Health services provided to 1 200 displaced
    foreign nationals in Western Cape.
  • Optimisation of health assessments and
    conversions have continued to improve readiness
    of SANDF.

62
PROGRAMME 5 MILITARY HEALTH SUPPORT OVERVIEW
(contd)
  • Modernisation and migration of obsolete health
    informatics systems into electronically operated
    systems are beginning to yield results.
  • Trained more MSDS members as emergency care
    technicians for FIFA 2010 World Cup augmented
    scarce skills.
  • 23 587 In-patients were admitted and 332 500
    Out-patient consultations.
  • Effected more appointments of female members in
    management posts.
  • School for Military Health Training received
    accreditation for presentation of the Emergency
    Care Technician Programme.

63
PROGRAMME 5 MILITARY HEALTH SUPPORT OVERVIEW
(contd)
  • Industrial and research intern programmes at the
    Military Psychological Institute rated as the
    best in South Africa.
  • Approval was obtained to build the new medical
    depot.
  • Strength of the Reserves in SAMHS is 1 616
    members (835 male, 781 female). 262 Reserves were
    mission -ready trained .

64
PROGRAMME 6 DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW
  • Retained position as the major intelligence
    provider in SA.
  • Implementation of Def Intelligence strategic
    programme, TAPESTRY 2025 was initiated.
  • Remained involved in peace processes in Africa -
    monitoring of Angolan and Zimbabwean elections,
    reform processes in DRC and Mozambique and
    training of military intelligence personnel of
    various countries.
  • Intelligence functionaries deployed in external
    missions in Burundi, CAR, DRC and Sudan.

65
PROGRAMME 6 DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE OVERVIEW
(contd)
  • Participated in various fora and processes e.g.
    SADC Defence Sub-Committee and SADC Defence
    Intelligence Standing Committee.
  • Defence Intelligences support to NICOC ran
    smoothly and elicited positive feedback from the
    Coordinator for Intelligence.
  • Continued with improvement of collection of
    information e.g. the improved ability to predict
    the position of vessels along the SA coastline.

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PROGRAMME 7 GENERAL SUPPORT OVERVIEW (Joint Log
Services) (contd)
  • Progressed well towards attaining the set goals
    and objectives.
  • Supported all external and internal operations.
  • 368 tons of old ammunition destroyed in Uganda.
  • Participated in Inter-State Defence and Security
    Committee ISDSC Logistic Work Group in Botswana.
  • Participated in SADC assessment mission in
    attempt to prevent crimes against humanity in
    Eastern DRC.
  • Donation of 400 x 88mm blank cartridges (25
    pounder) for ceremonial purposes to Swaziland .

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PROGRAMME 7 GENERAL SUPPORT OVERVIEW (Joint Log
Services) (contd)
  • Utilised 651 military veterans to eradicate alien
    and invasive vegetation on DOD controlled
    properties.
  • Implemented the PCD recommendation to retain
    the Castle as the responsibility of DOD.
  • Outsourced capabilities assisting in a phased
    DOD Stock Verification Programme in an effort to
    rectify audit qualifications.
  • New Level 1 Logistic Strategy and Balanced
    Scorecard were formulated.
  • LIRP made good progress.

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PROGRAMME 7 GENERAL SUPPORT OVERVIEW (Joint Log
Services) (contd)
  • 6 302 surplus weapons successfully back loaded
    from 13 units to more secure environments.
  • Demolished 67 tons of large landmines by means of
    conventional methods .
  • Logistic Division Reserve units have been
    transferred to the SA Army .
  • DOD only achieved 63.5 serviceable materiel
    which has lead to a loss in revenue.
  • 901 MSDS members attended several logistics
    functional courses.

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PROGRAMME 7 GENERAL SUPPORT OVERVIEW (CMIS
Division)
  • Supported 11 peace support operations and 7 joint
    and multinational exercises.
  • Successfully implemented the first phase of the
    DEIS Master Plan.
  • Participated in a number of International
    workshops e.g. World Telecom Standards Assembly.
  • Supported Mozambique with the installation of HF
    radios
  • Upgraded the total Local Area Network at the
    Mobilisation Centre.
  • CMIS Operations Formation returned to SA Army
    Signal Formation.

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PROGRAMME 7 GENERAL SUPPORT OVERVIEW (CMIS
Division) (contd)
  • Transfer of all the physical equipment and
    personnel in the posts from the CMIS Division to
    new Stakeholders under Project DOMINO was
    concluded.
  • Established an Electronic Content Management
    System testing and pilot environment.
  • 1 876 learners received training at the School of
    Signals.
  • 124 MSDS members trained.

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PROGRAMME 7 GENERAL SUPPORT OVERVIEW (CMIS
Division) (contd)
  • 150 Reserves were deployed mainly in the
    Registries and Postal Services environment.
  • 256 members were deployed in the DRC and Burundi.

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PROGRAMME 7 GENERAL SUPPORT OVERVIEW (Military
Police Division)
  • 3 members provided Military Police and Regimental
    Police training to DRC Armed Forces.
  • Reciprocal visit to the German Armed Forces.
  • 1 722 cases finalised resulting in 6 116 cases
    still on hand.
  • Increased deliberate crime prevention operations
    from 668 (FY2007/08) to 927. 380 DOD members and
    245 illegal immigrants were arrested.
  • MP School accredited as training service provider
    in the use of handguns and the legislation
    surrounding firearms.

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DOD CORPORATE RISKS
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DOD RISKS
  • Insufficient funds for the Rejuvenation of
    Landward Defence Programme.
  • Loss of scarce skills resulting in overburdening
    of existing capacity.
  • Inadequate capacity to deliver on objectives.
  • Poor state of facilities (support infrastructure,
    hospitals etc).
  • Poor state of IT infrastructure (Fin, Log, HR).
  • Poor state of military equipment maintenance due
    to budgetary constraints.

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DOD RISKS
  • Limited funding for SDP equipment integration and
    operation.
  • Execution of unfunded mandates.
  • Delayed A400M aircraft delivery.
  • Dolomitic areas where some defence facilities
    are located (SAAF).

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DOD AUDIT QUALIFICATIONS
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DOD AUDIT QUALIFICATIONS FY 2005/06 to FY 2008/09
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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF AUDIT QUALIFICATIONS
Red Qualification/ matter of emphasis
Green Not included as a qualification/ matter of
emphasis
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PLAN OF ACTION
  • In order to continue addressing the DOD
    qualifications, various interventions have been
    undertaken including the Project Clean Audit.

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DISCUSSION/COMMENTS
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