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Title: BUSINESS PLAN: 2007/08


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CRL RIGHTS COMMISSION BUSINESS PLAN 2007/08
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BUSINESS PLAN 2007/08
  • 1. Background
  • 2. Mandate
  • 3. Vision
  • 4. Mission
  • 5. Strategic Objectives
  • 6 Values Principles
  • 7. Key challenges
  • 8. Programmes
  • 9. Potential Partners
  • 10. Business Plan

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1. BACKGROUND
  • 1.1 Establishment and Governing Principles
  • The Constitutional Institutions are
  • Independent
  • Impartial
  • Fearless
  • have non interference of anyone including organs
    of state
  • Accountable to National Assembly

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2. MANDATE
  • PROMOTE AND PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF CULTURAL,
    RELIGIOUS AND LINGUISTIC COMMUNITIES

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3. VISION
  • to contribute meaningfully and constructively
    to social transformation and nation- building
    for the attainment of a truly united south
    african nation.

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4. MISSION
  • Be the channel of communication between the state
    and communities.
  • Monitor compliance by the State and Civil Society
    with its mandate.
  • Mediate in inter-community conflict situations
    and facilitate harmonious co-existence.
  • Facilitate the development of programmes that
    foster sensitivity, respect and understanding for
    cultural, religious and linguistic diversity.
  • Lobby Government Departments and legislative
    authorities in order to identify and recommend,
    amending, repealing or enacting laws undermining
    or supporting those rights respectively.

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5. OBJECTIVES
  • 5.1 Efficiency, effectiveness, compliance
    accountability
  • 5.2 Promotion and Protection of C-R-L rights of
    communities

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6. VALUES AND PRINCIPLES
  • A high standard of professional ethics.
  • Efficient, Economic and Effective use of
    resources.
  • Constructive social transformation and a
    development-orientated approach.
  • Services must be provided impartially, fairly,
    equitably and without bias.
  • Peoples needs must be responded to, and the CRL
    Communities must participate in policy-making.
  • Accountability is crucial for the Commission.
  • Transparency must be fostered at all times.
  • Good people management, development, and
    utilization and Employment Equity practices.

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7. KEY CHALLENGES
  • 7.1 Diminishing human and African values of
    ubuntu - Umntu ngumntu ngabantu.
  • The concept of ubuntu is a social, cultural,
    political and an economic concept.
  • Ubuntu as a system of democracy and African
    system of living.
  • ubuntu in the context of community values and
    that the whole a unit or body is greater than
    the sum of its parts or individuals.
  • Thus defining community as a group of people
    who share common values, beliefs and practices.

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7. KEY CHALLENGES CONTINUED
  • 7.2 Competing definitions of Community
  • Groups of people who share a common space
    irrespective of difference of their cultural,
    religious and linguistic characteristics e.g. A
    Municipal Community.

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7. KEY CHALLENGES CONTINUED
  • 7.3 Unity in Diversity

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7. KEY CHALLENGES CONTINUED
  • 7.4 False Identities and Self Determination
  • Our historically entrenched false identities
  • PROGRAMMES
  • 6.2.1 Investigation and Conflict Resolution
  • 6.2.2 Research and policy Development
  • 6.2.3 Public/Community Education and Awareness
  • 6.2.4 Community Engagement and capacity
    Building.

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7. KEY CHALLENGES CONTINUED
  • 7.5 Limited Resources
  • 7.5.1 HR Capacity

DEPARTMENT PRESENT STAFF RESIGNATIONS PROPOSED POSITIONS
Corporate Services 2 - 1
Finance 1 (Full Time) 3 (Temp) 4 4
Programmes 6 2 6
Chairpersons Office 2 - None
Secretarial Services 1 1 (Events, Communication Marketing) 2
IT 1 - None
CEOs Office 2 - None
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7. KEY CHALLENGES CONTINUED
  • 7.5.2 Budget History

03/04 04/05 05/06 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10
7,940 9,703 11,286 13,403 15,447 18,496 20,393
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  • INTEGRATED APPROACH

Investigation Conflict Resolution
  • Mediation
  • System of ICR
  • Receipt of Submissions/ Complaints from
    Communities
  • Topical Issues

Research Policy Development
Community Engagement
System to Promote Protect (Values, Beliefs,
Symbols)
  • Topics from ICR
  • Topics from CE
  • Dialogue
  • CRL Community Organizations
  • CRL Elders
  • Community Councils
  • Traditional leaders
  • Religious Leaders
  • NCC

Community/ Public Education Advocacy
  • Dialogue
  • Exhibitions
  • Festivals
  • Youth Focus debate, camps
  • Youth Camp

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  • 8 PROGRAMMES
  • 8.1 INVESTIGATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION
  • Investigation
  • Mediation

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8.2 RESEARCH POLICY DEVELOPMENT
  • Policy Review
  • Monitoring policy formulation and implementation
    through research and advice on any issue
    concerning the rights of cultural, religious and
    linguistic communities.
  • Recommendations to the appropriate organs of
    state.
  • Assist in the development of strategies.
  • Establish and maintain database of cultural,
    religious and linguistic community organizations
    and institutions and experts on these communities

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8.3 PUBLIC EDUCATION AND INFORMATION
  • Promote appreciation for cultural, religious and
    linguistic diversity.
  • Promote public understanding of the objects, role
    and activities of the Commission.
  • .
  • 8.4 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
  • 8.4.1 NATIONAL CONSULTATIVE CONFERENCE (NCC)
  • Convene a national consultative conference every
    five years.
  • Adhere to the prescribed process of inviting
    delegates to the conference.
  • Determine the agenda and procedures to be
    followed at the conference, in line with the
    stated purpose.

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8.4.2 COMMUNITY COUNCILS
  • System establishment
  • System of recognition of community councils
  • Financial assistance to community councils.

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9. Potential Partners
  • Commission on Gender Equality
  • Youth Commissions
  • South African Human Rights Commission
  • Department of Provincial Local Government
    Diminishing communities (San and the Khoi c-r-l
    rights)
  • Pan South African Language Board Prom Prot of
    language rights of communities
  • National Geographical Names Council promotion
    Protection of c-r-l rights in naming
  • African Renaissance Movement
  • Houses of Traditional Leaders
  • South African Heritage Resources Agency
  • National Heritage Council
  • South African Museums Association
  • Libraries
  • AU, UNESCO

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10. BUSINESS PLAN
OBJECTIVES PROGRAM SUB PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES BUDGET
Efficiency, Compliance, Effectiveness and accountability 1 Administration Policy Formulation Monitoring and Evaluation 1.1Chairpersons Office Chairperson Commissioners Review Public Education and Advocacy Strategy Review Research and Development strategy Review Investigation and Conflict Resolution strategy Develop a system of Protection and Promotion Review Community Council strategy and Develop Regulations Develop Policy on Section 22 Committees Develop Policy for Councils of Elders Review Partnership Policy Develop Communication and Media Policy Develop a Marketing Policy Develop a fund raising policy Review Strategic Planning Review Monitoring and Evaluation System Coordinate activities of CRL Rights Commission Provide secretarial services to Plenary and Committees 5,360,000
Coordination, Human Resource Financial Management CEO Secretariat
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OBJECTIVES PROGRAM SUB PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES BUDGET
1.2 Corporate Services Performance Management Code of Conduct Leave/ Administration Human Resource Management- Outstanding HR Policies Equity Plan Implementation of Performance Assessment Tool Recruitment Retention Strategy Plan Information Management Filing System and set up of registry Set up resource centre 1,906,000
1.3 Financial Management Budget Planning, expenditure Control Review of financial management policies Draw up a budget per strategic plan Monitor expenditure compliance with policies and legislation. 2,316,000
SUB TOTAL 9,582,000
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OBJECTIVES PROGRAM SUB PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES BUDGET
2. Protection Promotion of CRL 2. Programme Implementation 2.2 RDP
Rights of Communities Recover Diminished Heritage Promote respect for CRL Develop peace Promote Community involvement empowerment Ethnographic Research Rites of Passage in specific communities Policy Review Religious Education Values in Education System Theoretical Research- Naming Marriage Systems Religious Calendars Burial Practices 2, 196,000
2.3 Public Education Advocacy Cultural Values Rites of Passage Significance meaning Religious Dialogue/ Seminars Role of Religion in self, community, identity unity Religious Holy Days Cultural dialogue- values, beliefs practices 1,082,000
2.4 ICR Investigation of complaints Mediation 1,056,000
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OBJECTIVES PROGRAM SUB PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES BUDGET
2. Protection Promotion of CRL 2. Programme Implementation 2.5 Public Consultation CC 1,531,000
2.5.1 NCC NCC 2008/09 National Events Africa Day, Africa Human Rights Day etc
2.5.2 Community Councils Policy guidelines Regulations
2.5.3 Provincial Services Spiritual Values Practices Identification management of spaces of spirituality Celebration of local events cultural religious Diversity Day, etc. Commemoration of Local Events Cultural religious days
Sub Total 5,865,000
TOTAL BUDGET 15,447
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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT UNIT 2007 BUSINESS PLAN
SPECIFIC FOCUS AREA SUB-FOCUS AREA ACTIVITIES PERFORMANCE 2007 PERFORMANCE MEASURE/ OUTPUT BUDGET
1. Development of Diminished C-R-L Heritage) Dealing with definitions C-R-L Nama Cultural Project African Religion Project Sepedi Dealing with challenges of official vs non- official languages Completion of the Report Launch of the Report Completion of the report Launch of the Report Ongoing Report Scholarly interaction Policy Imputs and Implementation 200,000
2. Initiation as a rite of passage Initiation of girls Media Launch S1 Constructive Feedback Policy Formulation 150,000
3.Religious Equality A stakeholder hearing to be organised on the 18 April 2007 A Hearing Immediate Ongoing Policy Formulation ito protection promotion R20,000
4 Burial Practices Spaces Spirituality Research Report Research on Burial Costs On death dying Cultural Spiritual Dialogues Media Launches Immediately Policy on Protection and Promotion 100,000
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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT UNIT 2007 BUSINESS PLAN
CONTINUED
SPECIFIC FOCUS AREA SUB-FOCUS AREA ACTIVITIES PERFORMANCE 2007 PERFORMANCE MEASURE/ OUTPUT BUDGET
5 Mother Tongue Day Celebration Challenges The meaning significance of access of and to all mother tongue. Dialogue and Media Launch February 21 Promotion Public Awareness R10, 000
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INVESTIGATION UNIT BUSINESS PLAN 2007/08
KEY OBJECTIVES SUB OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES
Protection Promotion of the Rights of CRL Communities Investigations Conflict Resolution. Mediation Conflict Resolution
Cultural-Closure of ancestral burial grounds Legislation Practice Mr Madonsela Vs Mr Arnold. (Paulpietersburg) Tukutheli Korosi Eastern Cape Nekhwevha head man Limpopo
Investigation Conflict Resolution Mr S Mili (Ezibeleni) Mantsopa Municipality (Bloemfontein) Mr Malefane (North West) B Singh (Durban) Joanne (Port Elizabeth) Captain JG Le Roux (Western Cape)
Investigation Conflict Resolution Cases in Gauteng Mr Cloete Moulana Cassim A A Jeena
Ad Hoc Investigations Actively pursue cases that result out of the media
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PUBLIC EDUCATION ADVOCACY COMMITTEE BUSINESS
PLAN 2007/08
KEY OBJECTIVES SUB-OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES KPIS BUDGET
Protection Promotion of the Rights of CRL Communities (i) Promote access to, usage of spaces of cultural spiritual significance. Youth Development Youth awareness Youth intercultural relations Efficient partnerships with youth structures local elders, SAHRA, Provincial Youth Commissions, DEAT National youth dialogue through information pamphlets Questionaire requiring local information Media presentations discussion Youth Seminar/ workshop in partnership with National Youth Commission Identification of spaces of cultural spiritual significance local, provincial and national audits. Categorisation and definition of c-r-l practices associated with such spaces / sites. Management plans for individual spaces (SAHRA) CRL Rights Commission) Annual activity plans 90
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PUBLIC EDUCATION ADVOCACY COMMITTEE BUSINESS
PLAN 2007/08 CONTINUED
KEY OBJECTIVES SUB-OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES KPIS BUDGET
(ii) Facilitate Equality of Religions- holidays holy days (iii) Recover community values, beliefs and practices in education Promote cultural practices of knowledge gathering and conservation Awareness of holidays of the various religions e. g Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Indigenous African Religion, Rastafarianism . Awareness of systems of initiating girls boys into community membership Community cultural performance e.g. story telling National Calendar- inclusive of all religious holy days. Policy Recommendations on recognition of important holidays. Record of systems of initiation of girls boys Local performances Identification of factors of possible negative impact e.g. virginity testing systems 30 (10 X 3) 50 (10 X 5)
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PUBLIC EDUCATION ADVOCACY COMMITTEE BUSINESS
PLAN 2007/08 CONTINUED
KEY OBJECTIVES SUB-OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES KPIS BUDGET
(iv) Diversity Day May 2007 Provincial/ Local focus on dress, languages, religions, displays Dressed up for display Dramatise languages (performances) Exhibitions of local heritage objects Definition of significance of displays 61 (partnerships with local municipalities and prov. DAC / Edu local business people)
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COMMUNITY COUNCILS BUSINESS PLAN 2007/08
KEY OBJECTIVES SUB-OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES KPIS BUDGET TIME FRAMES
Protection and promotion of the Rights of CRL Communities (i) Registration of Community Councils Submit draft regulations to Ministry of Provincial Local Government for adoption Regulations for registration of Community Councils 319 No timeframe for this
Protection and promotion of the Rights of CRL Communities (i) Registration of Community Councils Call for registration with CRL Rights Commission (Advertise) Database of CRL VOs Annual Activity Plans Q1
Protection and promotion of the Rights of CRL Communities (i) Registration of Community Councils Establish a database of c-r-l voluntary organizations local, provincial and national. (Identify potential cc) Database of VOs by competence Q1
Protection and promotion of the Rights of CRL Communities (ii) Establishment of c-r-l community organizations and registration as c-r-l Community Councils Consultation preparation for National Consultative Conference 2008 Plan for NCC 2008 Ongoing
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COMMUNITY COUNCILS BUSINESS PLAN 2007/08
KEY OBJECTIVES SUB-OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES KPIS BUDGET TIME FRAMES
Partnership with PEA programme Host 9 Provincial Consultative Conferences as a build up to the NCC before 2008 Visibility of CRL Rights Commission. Partnering of other units within the Commission At least 2 per quarter
(iii) Draft a Charter on the promotion of Collective Rights of Communities Draft document and consultation. A document on the Charter. Q3
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