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Title: Annual%20Report:%20Presentation%20to%20Portfolio%20Committee%20on%20Tourism


1
Annual ReportPresentation to Portfolio
Committee on Tourism
  • Mr Dirk van Schalkwyk (Acting DG)
  • 10 November 2009

2
2008/09 Financial and Audit
ReportPresentation to Select Committee13
November 2009
3
PRESENTATION OUTLINE
  • SECTION ONE 2008/9 Financial and Audit Report
  • SECTION TWO Non-Financial Performance
    Information per Programme

4
BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE REVIEW FOR 2008/09
PROGRAMME BUDGET 2008/09 R000 EXPENDITURE 2008/2009 R000 EXPENDITURE AS OF FINAL APPROPRIATION
Administration 204,357 204,357 100
Environmental Quality and Protection 261,153 253,509 97.07
Marine and Coastal Management 434,325 434,325 100
Tourism 693,229 693,229 100
Biodiversity Conservation 399,344 399,309 99.99
Sector Services and International Relations 1,214,149 1,214,149 100
TOTAL 3,206,557 3,198,878 99.8
5
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION BUDGET 2008/09 EXPENDITURE R000
Compensation of employees 396 748 396,748
Goods and services 358 470 356,441
Financial transactions 572 572
Transfers Departmental agencies and accounts 1 567,303 1,567,303
Transfers Universities / Non Prof. Institutes 109 942 109,907
Transfers Households (EPWP) 759,488 759,488
Machinery and equipment 13,618 8,003
Software and other intangible assets 416 416
TOTAL 3 206 557 3 198 878
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TRANSFERS TO DEPARTMENTAL AGENCIES 2008/09
AGENCY AMOUNT R000 REASONS FOR TRANSFER OF PAYMENTS
MLRF 195,351 Financial assistance as provided for in funding legislation
SAWS 159,916 Financial assistance and infrastructure as provided for in funding legislation
South African Tourism 588,135 Financial assistance and International Tourism Marketing contribution
SANPARKS 434,869 Financial assistance and infrastructure as provided for in funding legislation
SANBI 138,831 Financial assistance and infrastructure as provided for in funding legislation
iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority 48,701 Financial assistance and infrastructure as provided for in funding legislation
TOTAL 1 565 803
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TRANSFERS TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS 2008/09 Cont
ORGANIZATIONS AMOUNT R000 REASONS FOR TRANSFER OF PAYMENTS
Social responsibility projects implementing agents 758 324 Implementation of Expanded public Works Programme projects
CSIR 1 500 Research Agreement
National Off Road Workshop 500 Financial Contribution
South African Climate Action Network 234 Financial Contribution
National Association for Clean Air 580 Financial Contribution
Buyisa e Bag 20 000 Financial Contribution
National Business Trust 69 366 Financial assistance to Tourism Enterprise
Federated hospitality Association of South Africa 500 Financial Contribution
National Business Initiative 2 000 Financial Contribution
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TRANSFERS TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS 2008/09
AGENCY AMOUNT R000 REASON FOR TRANSFER OF PAYMENTS
Tourism Business Council of South Africa 1 500 Financial contribution
THETA 1 000 Financial contribution
Botanical Society 439 Financial Contribution
Endangered Wildlife Trust 320 Financial contribution
Wildlife and Environmental Society 4 468 Financial contribution
Global Environmental Fund 9 000 Financial contribution
Social Benefit 454 Leave gratuity
Severage packages 634 Benefit
Claims against the State 76 Settlement To enhance the image of the Department
TOTAL 870 895
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DONOR FUNDED PROJECTS 2008/09 DONOR FUNDED PROJECTS 2008/09 DONOR FUNDED PROJECTS 2008/09 DONOR FUNDED PROJECTS 2008/09
NAME OF DONOR PURPOSE REVENUE   EXPENDITURE  
    R'000 R'000
Received in cash
United Nations (UNEP) Hazardous Materials Management Programme 850 1,169
United Nations (UNEP) Rotterdam Convention - 350
Netherlands Integrated Development Programme - 179
Denmark Environmental Capacity Building Programme - 134
Denmark National Waste Management Strategy Programme - 136
Denmark National Air Quality Programme - 306
Denmark Urban Environmental Management Programme 7,717 6,627
Flanders Greater St Lucia Project 626 626
Norway Environmental Co-operation Programme 14,066 11,150
Norway Marine Fisheries Co-operation Programme 15,447 15,447
World Bank Kenya African Stockpile Programme 2,177 3,183
World Bank Kenya West Indian Ocean Fisheries 185 185
TOTAL 41,068 39,492
The World Bank funded project is on a cost
recovery basis. The department first incurs the
cost and the World Bank reimburses the department
in accordance with the agreement.
10
MANAGEMENT REPORT AND NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENT
  • Unauthorized and irregular expenditure
  • No unauthorized or irregular expenditure
    incurred in the financial year 2008/09.
  • Disclosure items in the Financial Statements
  • The department complied with all disclosure
    requirements, classifications and policy
    frameworks as prescribed by Treasury.
  • Transfers to Agencies and other organisations
  • All transfers made are per prior Management
    approval, Treasury approval and disclosure
    requirements.

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AUDITOR-GENERAL REPORT
  • Unqualified audit report.
  • No significant findings have been identified on
    Performance Information review/audit.
  • No matter of emphasis except for other important
    matters to be considered by Management for the
    improvement of current controls.
  • The Audit Committee concurred and accepted the
    conclusions of the Auditor-General on the audit
    of Annual Financial Statements and Performance
    information.
  • The Audit Committee is of the opinion that the
    audited Annual Financial Statements fairly
    present the position and performance of the
    Department, based on the audit done and the
    report of the Auditor-General.
  • Internal Audit was fully functional for the year
    under review

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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
All assets and liabilities are disclosed as
per Treasury policy frameworks in the Annual
Report
13
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE




All revenue, expenditure and surpluses were
disclosed and declared per Treasury Regulations
in the Annual Report.
14
Non-Financial Performance Information Per
Programme
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PROGRAMME 1 ADMINISTRATION
KPA Ensure availability of adequate human
capital
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
vacancy rate 16 20 vacancy rate Target not achieved due to delays in filling posts - coordinate filling of same group posts as a single process to address delays in filling of posts
turnover rate 15 11.96 turnover rate
implementation of Performance Management Development System (PMDS) 90 95 implementation of Performance Management Development System
implementation of workplace skills plan (WSP) 70 100 of planned and funded training facilitated as part of WSP
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PROGRAMME 1 ADMINISTRATION (cont)
KPA Ensure availability of adequate human
capital
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
of employee relations cases processed within prescribed timeframes 95 100 employee relations cases processed within prescribed timeframes
Employee wellbeing Wellness support facilitated Wellness support facilitated as per schedule
Staff demographic representativity 50 women 54 women
Staff demographic representativity 79 blacks 90 blacks
Staff demographic representativity 2 people with disabilities 1.4 people with disabilities For 2009/10 the department will approach the associations of people with disabilities to market opportunities
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PROGRAMME 1 ADMINISTRATION (cont)
KPA Provide a secure, efficient and pleasant
working environment
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
New DEAT building Appropriate National Treasury approvals for Public Private Partnership Proposal evaluation process has been initiated Review of National Treasury approval 1 initiated
KPA Promote development of positive DEAT culture
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Culture change Develop intervention plan for culture change Terms of reference developed for implementation of second phase of culture audit
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PROGRAMME 1 ADMINISTRATION (cont)
KPA Improve access to information
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Availability of diverse media platforms for external communication A total of 3 agreements Target community media identified Community media agreements could not be reached due to capacity constraints target prioritised for 2009/10 financial year
of call centre requests processed as per service standards 90 100 requests processed
website up time 95 90 uptime with an overall increase in traffic of 10 System capacity to be improved to accommodate and anticipate growth in traffic levels
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PROGRAMME 1 ADMINISTRATION (cont)
KPA Ensure efficient information and knowledge
management
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Availability and accessibility of Tourism and Environment decision making information 4 quarterly and 1 annual tourism statistics report published 2 quarterly reports published Draft annual tourism report developed
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CORE BUSINESSdelivering on our mandate
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PROGRAMME 2 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND PROTECTION
(EQP)
KPA Prevent and manage potentially negative
impacts on environment
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
of Environmental Impact Management (EIM) applications processed within stipulated timeframes 85 85 of all EIM applications processed as per standard operating procedures
Number of Environmental Management Frameworks (EMFs) developed and initiated 8 EMFs developed and 1 new initiated EMFs completed but not gazetted- Targets to be adjusted for 2009/10 financial year
of provincial EIM applications processed within stipulated timeframes (DEAT support) 70 85 pending EIAs completed
Number of provincial officials trained in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIM) review and decision making related matters 300 officials 352 officials trained
of reported emergency incidents receiving timely response 85 100 of all reported emergency incidences received timely response
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PROGRAMME 2 EQP (cont)
KPA Ensure compliance with environmental
legislation
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Number of investigations into reported and prioritised non-compliance transgressions 35 51 administrative investigations conducted Approximately 59 criminal investigations top ten prioritised for investigation and enforcement
Number of environmental authorisations monitored for compliance 15 30 environmental authorisations monitored
Number of Environmental Management Inspectors (EMI) trained and designated 950 975 EMIs trained
of conviction rate against environmental transgressors for all cases that have been to court 75 - 80 Cases have not gone through courts hence there has not been any convictions - 20 cases with National Prosecution Authority (NPA)
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PROGRAMME 2 EQP (cont)
KPA Prevent and reduce pollution and waste
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
reduction of unpermitted waste disposal sites 30 2.5 reduction DEAT depends on municipalities submitting applications. All municipalities owning 116 sites have been visited to compile applications
Funding sourced and training programme developed for waste management capacity development Funding sourced and training programme developed Funding not sourced due to challenges with European Union (EU) Practical training for 9 provinces completed
Draft Harzardous Waste Classification system in place Draft Harzardous Waste Classification system Departmental adjudicating committee approved appointment of international service provider
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PROGRAMME 2 EQP (cont)
KPA Prevent and reduce pollution and waste
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Implementation plan in place and asbestos regulations implemented Implementation plan developed and asbestos regulations implemented Asbestos phase out plans have been developed
National policy on incineration of waste in place National policy on incineration of waste finalised Final draft of the incineration policy completed and under consideration for promulgation for public comment
National policy on co-processing of alternative raw fuels in cement kilns in place National policy on co-processing of alternative raw fuels in cement kilns Policy was gazetted and will be finalised in 2009
Waste Management Act in place Waste Bill signed into law Act promulgated in March 2009
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PROGRAMME 2EQP (cont)
KPA Improve air and atmospheric quality
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Number of ambient air quality monitoring stations providing information to SAs air quality information system 18 18 ambient air quality monitoring stations are providing information to SAs air quality information system
Reduction of metros and district municipalities with air quality that does not meet ambient air quality standards Reduced to 27 The number has been reduced to 27
Updated greenhouse gas inventory in place Updated greenhouse gas inventory Database is now fully functional
Climate Change policy Integrated comprehensive climate change scenarios published Long Term Mitigation Scenarios (LTMS) process was formally concluded with decisions and directions from 2008 July Cabinet Lekgotla and scenarios were published
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PROGRAMME 3 MARINE AND COASTAL MANAGEMENT (MCM)
KPA Sustainably grow the marine fisheries sector
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Marine aquaculture scientific base and management regime in place Initiate 5 marine aquaculture pilot projects Feasibility study conducted for potential sites Policy and implementation plan finalised Feed experiments completed for silver Kob Scientific publication completed on Reproductive Cycle of scallops Student started working on sea Urchin Research Final report for joint aquaculture research frontier programme with Department of Science and technology completed
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PROGRAMME 3 MCM (cont)
KPA Build sound scientific base for effective
management of natural resources
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
SA strategic research presence in Antarctica and Island Design specifications for the new vessel User needs compiled, ship building contract advertised and four companies shortlisted
SA strategic research presence in Antarctica and Island Old base demolished in partnership with the Department of Public Works (DPW) Final dedicated construction voyage completed Old site will only be demolished once the new site has been commissioned Target to be reset to allow DPW time to complete construction
SA strategic research presence in Antarctica and Island 3 relief voyages 3 relief voyages to Marion, Gough and South African National Antarctic Expeditions (SANAE) planned and carried out
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PROGRAMME 3 MCM (cont)
KPA Prevent and manage potentially negative
impacts on environment
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
management capacity in place for declared Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) 80 80 management capacity in place in all declared MPAs
Integrated coastal management (ICM) regime Bill passed into law ICM Bill signed into law by the President (Act No.24 of 2008)
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PROGRAMME 4 TOURISM
KPA Ensure competitiveness of SA Tourism Sector.
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Skills availability in the tourism sector Approved Tourism Human Resource Development (HRD) Strategy The National Tourism HRD Strategy has been finalised and launched at National Tourism Conference in October 2008
Skills availability in the tourism sector 145 new tourist guides trained and registered A total of 128 tourist guides have been trained on SA Host Limpopo province did not have budget for accommodation its training will take place during 2009/10 financial year
Skills availability in the tourism sector 100 training opportunities created 135 training opportunities created
Skills availability in the tourism sector 1 000 Small Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) trained 4 163 SMME trained
Skills availability in the tourism sector 50 of approved sector skills plan implemented 135.6 of the approved 2008/09 sector skills plan targets implemented
Quality of Tourism products and services 6 365 accommodation establishments graded 8 053 accommodation establishments graded
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PROGRAMME 4 TOURISM (CONT)
KPA Ensure competitiveness of SA Tourism Sector
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Quality of Tourism products and services Commitment of 20 reduction in electricity consumption by Tourism Industry Deliverable changed to development of awareness brochure Brochure being developed in partnership with Department of Minerals Energy, Eskom and Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA)
Constraints reduction and improved accessibility for portfolio and domestic markets 2 restrictions in key markets lifted Days for Visa application for China and India reduced from 10 to 5 days
Constraints reduction and improved accessibility for portfolio and domestic markets 4 additional flights routed and airlines introduced 71 additional flights routed
Constraints reduction and improved accessibility for portfolio and domestic markets National Tourism Support Programme in place Six provinces adopted and implemented National Tourism Safety and awareness strategy
Constraints reduction and improved accessibility for portfolio and domestic markets Establish implementation structure and start with implementation Structure to evaluate tourism road signage in concurrence with provinces is in place and led by Department of Transport
Constraints reduction and improved accessibility for portfolio and domestic markets Framework for managing Tourist Information Centers in place. Framework for managing tourist information centres is in place.
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PROGRAMME 4 TOURISM (cont)
KPA Ensure competitiveness of SA Tourism Sector
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Tourism Product development Recommendations implemented in 2 identified geographic areas. 2nd Global Competitiveness Project (GCP 2) recommendations implemented in Eastern Cape and Kwa-Zulu Natal.
KPA Sustainably grow the tourism sector
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Tourism enterprise development 605 linkages created 1 264 transactional linkages created
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PROGRAMME 4 TOURISM (cont)
KPA Maximize Tourism and Development Potential
of 2010 FIFA world cup
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
2010 tourism plan implemented. 30 implementation. 40 of Tourism 2010 plan implemented.
Tourism Ambassador programme implemented. Total of 500 ambassadors recruited and trained. 4 030 Volunteers/ Tourism Ambassadors recruited and trained.
Green 2010 FIFA world Cup. 2010 greening framework developed. Final National Framework for 2010 Greening is in place.
KPA Tourism sector transformation
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Levels of tourism Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) Charter and Scorecard implementation 50 of 2009 targets met Tourism sector not able to report since sector code had not been gazetted- has since been gazetted in May 2009
Levels of tourism Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) Charter and Scorecard implementation 30 of organs of state procuring from empowered establishments Tourism sector not able to report since sector code had not been gazetted
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PROGRAMME 5 BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION (BC)
  • KPA Ensure equitable and sustainable use of
    natural resources.

Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Systems to standards to standardise trade and utilisation of threatened, protected or commercial species established. Draft Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Regulations Developed Draft CITES regulations developed
Systems to standards to standardise trade and utilisation of threatened, protected or commercial species established. Hunting and Norms Standards developed Final draft document for Hunting Norms and Standards Developed
Systems to standards to standardise trade and utilisation of threatened, protected or commercial species established. Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) Database / Register in Place Developed database / register of bio-prospecting applications received
Systems to standards to standardise trade and utilisation of threatened, protected or commercial species established. 10 of Management plans in place 20 Management Plans submitted, pending review and approval by issuing authority.   Delayed response by most of organs of state, however, reminders have been sent to the relevant organs of state
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PROGRAMME 5 BC (cont)
KPA Conserve and mitigate threats to
biodiversity
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Measures to manage threats to biodiversity developed. Draft status report on National Biodiversity Framework (NBF) implementation. Draft status quo report on National Biodiversity Framework (NBF) implementation completed
Measures to manage threats to biodiversity developed. Biodiversity Management Plan developed for 1 species. Draft cycad Biodiversity Management Plan (BMP) developed
Measures to manage threats to biodiversity developed. Finalise Alien Invasive Species (AIS) regulations Final draft recommended for publication
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PROGRAMME 5 BC (cont)
KPA Conserve and mitigate threats to
biodiversity
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Conservation estate expansion to ensure ecosystem representivity and viability National expansion strategy finalized National expansion plan approved and funds transfered to South African National Parks (SANParks)
Conservation estate expansion to ensure ecosystem representivity and viability Identification of suitable grassland National Park Three possible areas identified
Conservation estate expansion to ensure ecosystem representivity and viability 3 additional World Heritage Sites(WHS) Proclaimed The Cape Flora Region Protected areas and Mapungubwe World Heritage Sites proclaimed Draft Gazzette Notice for Vredefort initiated
Conservation estate expansion to ensure ecosystem representivity and viability 1 bioregion plan published Not yet completed however, guidelines for determination of bioregional boundaries have been published
Conservation estate expansion to ensure ecosystem representivity and viability 1 new Biosphere Reserve submitted to UNESCO Final Vhembe Biosphere Reserve nomination proposal submitted to United Nations Education and Scientific Commission (UNESCO)
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PROGRAMME 5 BC (cont)
KPA Ensure compliance with environmental
legislation
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Protected Areas (PA) Performance management Framework for Performance Management developed National process on performance management system was presented with recommendations and approved
Protected Areas (PA) Performance management 2 World Heritage Sites (WHS) management plans completed. Request extended to Robben Island management authority to submit Integrated Management Plan (IMP) through Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) Workshop held with stakeholders to review Vredefort Dome draft IMP. Meeting held with iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority to review and provide comments on the draft iSimangaliso Wetland Park IMP
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PROGRAMME 5 BC (cont)
KPA Build a sound scientific base for the
effective management of natural resources
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Research to support conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity facilitated Biosafety Research programme developed Not yet complete however, the biosafety research strategy has been prepared Ongoing consultations took place with National Research Foundation (NRF) to assist with the development of the Biosafety Research Strategy to form part of the Biodiversity Research Strategy being developed by the Department of Science and Technology A draft guide to funding a Centre of Excellence for Biosafety has been developed
Research to support conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity facilitated Elephant research programme Draft work plan for elephant management submitted by South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) for consideration
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PROGRAMME 5 BC (cont)
KPA Environmental Sector Transformation
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Levels of professional regulation and/ or co-regulation for practitioners in the environmental sector Co-regulation mechanism developed for 4X4 sector A strategy towards co - regulation of recreational off- road driving and a business plan for implementation has been completed
Levels of professional regulation and/ or co-regulation for practitioners in the environmental sector Registration Authority for Environmental Assessment Practitioners established Draft qualification for Environmental Authorizations Professional Standards (EAPS) gazetted for public comment Task team had a final meeting to incorporate comments received for final submission for registration by South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) in terms of the National Qualifications Framework
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PROGRAMME 5 BC (cont)
KPA Implementation of poverty alleviation and
job creation programmes and infrastructure
projects.
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Environmental sector skills development for non-DEAT officials 50 learners on environmental sector related learnerships targeted at Previously Disadvantaged Individuals (PDIs) Adverts to recruit 50 learners and call for proposals placed in national papers All 7 host employers completed the short-listing process to identify potential learners One host employer completed interviews
Programmes to enhance biodiversity appreciation developed 5 000 kids visiting 10 national parks 4364 Learners have visited parks
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PROGRAMME 5 BC (cont)
KPA Implementation of poverty alleviation and
job creation programmes and infrastructure
projects.
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Programmes to advance vulnerable communities developed National co-management Framework for protected areas finalized Draft framework developed and presented to the DEAT/ Department of Land Affairs (DLA) task team, Provinces and People and Parks Steering Committee Proposed calculation for lease option completed
Programmes to advance vulnerable communities developed Draft post land settlement support framework developed Cabinet memorandum on the settlement of land claims against national protected areas completed Cabinet memorandum approved for settlement of claims of Kruger National Park (KNP)
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PROGRAMME 5 BC (cont)
KPA Implementation of poverty alleviation and
job creation programmes and infrastructure
projects
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Programmes to advance vulnerable communities developed Community Based Natural Resources Management. (CBNRM), Access and Benefit Sharing ( ABS) implementation plan Finalized Implementation plan finalised, with provision for provinces to report on progress against implementation of the plan.
Sector Transformation framework developed Initiate development of the BEE charter for hunting sector Transformation Task Team established under Wildlife Forum Transformation Task Team met and drafted Terms of Reference (ToR)
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PROGRAMME 6 Sector Services and International
Relations (SSIR)
KPA Effectively manage and facilitate DEATs
international relations and engagements
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
of international multilateral sustainable development, environmental, biodiversity, marine and tourism agreements negotiated and reported on 65 67 of mandated multilateral positions successfully negotiated and reported on
of International Governance, South-South, South-North, bilateral and African foreign relations and cooperation agreements related to sustainable development, environment and tourism negotiated and reported on 65 67 of mandated international governance and bilateral positions successfully negotiated and reported on
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PROGRAMME 6 SSIR (cont)
KPA Effectively manage and facilitate DEATs
international relations and engagements
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Number of Trans Frontier Conservation Area (TFCA) Wildlife Corridors and migratory routes established 2 Wildlife Corridors and migratory routes established Not yet completed, but, Final draft Joint Management plan is awaiting signatures from relevant participating authorities
TFCA investment catalogue Investment catalogue developed Investment catalogue has been developed, printed and distributed
Number of TFCA access facilities created 1 access facility created Construction for Twee Rivieren Tourist Access facility completed
Policy framework for 4x4 vehicles driving in TFCAs Draft policy framework for 4x4 vehicles driving in TFCAs initiated Action plan has been drafted and circulated to stakeholders for comments
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PROGRAMME 6 SSIR (cont)
KPA Implementation of Poverty Alleviation and
Job Creation Programmes and Infrastructure
Projects
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Number of accredited training days created 106 000 accredited training days 172 914 accredited training days created
Number of non-accredited training days created 54 000 non-accredited training days 89 196 non-accredited training days created
Number of learnerships linked to projects 30 learnerships linked to projects 12 learners linked to projects The number of learners was reduced to 12 to address budgetary constraints
Number of permanent jobs created 400 permanent jobs 433 permanent jobs created
Number of temporary jobs created 14 000 temporary jobs 14 214 temporary jobs created
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PROGRAMME 6 SSIR (cont)
KPA Implementation of Poverty Alleviation and
Job Creation Programmes and Infrastructure
Projects
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
of overall budget allocated to projects in Presidential nodes and project consolidate Municipalities 40 57 of overall budget allocated to projects in Presidential nodes and project consolidate Municipalities
Number of Small Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) used in project implementation 350 3472 SMMEs used in project implementation to date
Number of youth on DEATs component of the National Youth Programme 500 395 youth enrolled in DEAT National Youth Service (NYS) Target not achieved due to delays in the approval of one of the three NYS business plans implementation is continuing in 2009/2010 financial year where outstanding enrolments will be achieved
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PROGRAMME 6 SSIR (cont)
KPA Improve business processes
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Master Systems Plan (MSP) implementation MSP Phase 2 implementation initiated MSP Phase 2 initiated
reduction in energy consumption 5 reduction in energy consumption 6.5 energy saving level
reduction in paper use 1 reduction in paper use 0.65 reduction in paper use 50 of recycled paper utilised
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PROGRAMME 6 SSIR (cont)
KPA Ensure alignment and cooperation with public
entities
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Levels of compliance with governance and performance requirements 100 compliance All public entities complied 100 with governance and performance requirements
KPA Ensure efficient information and knowledge
management
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
of graded establishments mapped in the 2010 information system 80 of graded establishments mapped in the 2010 information system 90 of graded establishments as per Tourism Grading Council of South Africa (TGCSA) have been geo-coded and mapped
Integrated knowledge management system in place Integrated knowledge management system in place and 2007/8 information research reposited Concept document, Terms of Reference (ToR )and Bid document for evidence based research strategy developed
Number of nodal areas with databases Databases for 7 nodal areas Databases available in 5 nodal areas Migration to new Geographical Information System (GIS) server and software environment took much longer and lead to delays in capturing of information
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PROGRAMME 6 SSIR (cont)
KPA Ensure efficient information and knowledge
management
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Availability and accessibility of first indicator report and update of State of Environment Report (SOER) First indicator report and update of SOER website South African Indicator data submitted to The Southern African Research and Documentation Centre's Musokotwane Environment Resource Centre (SARDC Imercsa) for inclusion in their database SOER website has been redesigned to conform to DEAT branding and additional information was loaded
KPA Ensure financial resourcing of departmental
strategy
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Financial value of resources raised from donors to support SA and Africas environmental programmes US 20 million Approximately US 25 million obtained and US 10 million in the pipeline
Financial value of resources raised from donors to support SA and Africas environmental programmes US 10 12 million German Funding secured for 5 project proposals for 2008 (Euro 18 million) and agreement on funding for 2009 US 3 million from Denmark for Basel Centre
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PROGRAMME 6 SSIR (cont)
KPA Improve intergovernmental cooperation and
coordination
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Environment and Tourism provincial and local government support Participation in all metros and 50 of district municipalities Participated in 100 Integrated Development Plan (IDP) reviews
Environment and Tourism provincial and local government support Implementation of local government environment and tourism sector support strategy Review of IDPs completed Cabinet Lekgotla report and report on Nodal intervention on Social Responsibility Programmes and Projects (SRPP) initiative developed and submitted to Department of Provincial and Local government (DPLG) Environment sector IDP analysis report finalised and submitted to DPLG Bi-annual reports submitted to DPLG on implementation of Environment and Tourism 5 year local government strategy
Environment and Tourism provincial and local government support Implementation of the environmental sector plan Environmental sector plan implemented
Intergovernmental environmental governance Review of National Environmental Management Act (NEMA ) as it relates to environmental planning ToR on the successor to Committee for Environmental Coordination (CEC) consulted upon The approval of the proposal and gazzetting of new CEC successor were dependant on promulgation of NEMA amendments
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PROGRAMME 6 SSIR (cont)
KPA Ensure quality stakeholder engagements
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Environmental stakeholder governance arrangements Review of National Environmental Management Act (NEMA) as it relates institutional arrangements Amendments submitted to the President for assent and signature
Levels of stakeholder / customer satisfaction 20 improvement Level of improvement could not be ascertained as there was no baseline Survey undertaken towards establishment of a baseline
Formal forums for engagement with sector stakeholders At least one meeting per forum Annual Director-Generals consultation with broader environmental sector stakeholders undertaken
KPA Ensure strong corporate image and identity
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
of government media coverage on environment and tourism in comparison with other players in the sectors 48 55 of government media coverage on environment and tourism in comparison with other players in the sectors
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PROGRAMME 6 SSIR (cont)
KPA Ensure strong collaboration with parliament
Key Performance Indicator Target Achievements/Challenges/ Corrective measures
Level of compliance with statutory tabling requirements 90 compliance 100 compliance with tabling requirements for 2008/9 financial year
of parliamentary questions for which responses have been provided on time 90 response to parliamentary questions on time 100 of parliamentary requests received responses on time
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