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Title: BUDGET BRIEFING TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE


1
BUDGET BRIEFING TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE OVERVIEW
OF DEAT PRIORITIES FOR 2003/2004 20 MAY 2003
2
Vision
  • A prosperous and equitable society living in
    harmony with our natural resources

3
Mission
  • To lead sustainable development of our
    environment and tourism for a better life for all
    through
  • Creating conditions for sustainable tourism
    growth and development
  • Promoting the sustainable development and
    conservation of our natural resources
  • Protecting and improving the quality and safety
    of the environment
  • Promoting a global sustainable development agenda
  • Transformation

4
ACHIEVEMENTS HIGHLIGHTS 2002/2003
  • World Summit on Sustainable Development
  • Transformation in fishing industry
  • New rights allocation process (2240 quotas in 21
    fisheries)
  • 4x4 Regulations
  • Patrol vessels tender and building commenced
  • Approved Destination Status with China
  • 20 growth in overseas tourist arrivals for
    2001-2002

5
ACHIEVEMENTS HIGHLIGHTS 2002/2003
  • Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park launched
  • Negotiation for once off sale of ivory stock pile
  • Translocated game to Mozambique (1041)
  • Published the Protected Areas Bill, Biodiversity
    Bill, NEMA Amendments (Chapters 5 and 9A) for
    public comment
  • Plastic Bag regulations drafted

6
Overview of specific priorities for 2003/2004
  • Focus on addressing brown issues (Thor, air
    quality, implement plastic bag regs, municipal
    waste, recycling of glass, tyres, Durban South,
    banning asbestos etc) and build environmental
    compliance capacity
  • Consolidate parks expansion and TFCAs, establish
    new legislative framework for biodiversity and
    conservation
  • World Parks Congress

7
Overview of specific priorities for 2003/2004
(cont)
  • Roll out focused international tourism marketing
    campaign, maintain tourism growth
  • Tour guide training and transformation
  • WSSD follow-up and promoting SA best practice in
    promoting sustainable development
  • Consolidate fishing industry transformation,
    establish new fisheries and promote compliance
    and enforcement

8
Overview of specific priorities for 2003/2004
  • Amendment to current organogram to improve
    service delivery (Branch Quality and Protection
    and dedicated CD for Regulatory services COO,
    new CD Communication etc)
  • Internship programme established
  • Extend poverty relief programme and link
    community development workers to urban and rural
    nodes

9
TOURISM GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
  • Implement a tourism growth strategy which aligns
    government industry
  • Create environment for investment, transformation
    and empowerment
  • Provide information and monitor trends that
    require development in tourism
  • Build a tourism nation
  • Set standards and assure a world class tourism
    product

10
BUSINESS PLAN BUDGET 2003/4 FINANCIAL YEAR
  • Tourism Management
  • DDG/CDs/Admin R1 629m
  • Chief directorate Tourism Development
  • Directorate Business Development R4 431m
  • Directorate Research and Development R1 566 m
  • Chief Directorate Tourism Support
  • Directorate Intern. Inter-Gov. Coordination
    R1 094m
  • Directorate Quality Assurance R531m
  • Total R9 251m
  • Transfer Payments
  • Contribution to SA Tourism R76 400M
  • Grant-in-aid International Tourism Marketing
    R220 000m
  • Total Transfer payments R296 400m

11
Promote the conservation and sustainable
development of our natural resources
  • Establish a national system of managing
    biodiversity and conservation
  • Ensure that conservation and fishing industries
    contribute towards the cost of managing the
    resources
  • Develop and maintain a natural resource
    information system for effective monitoring,
    reporting and dissemination of information
  • Increase public participation of marginsalised
    and local people and groups in co-operative
    management, equitable use and benefit-sharing of
    natural resources
  • Reduce the illegal trade in and unsustainable use
    of natural resources

12
Protect and improve the quality and safety of the
environment
  • Establish an integrated environmental planning,
    reporting and decision making system
  • Improve the air quality in South Africa
  • Ensure compliance, monitoring and enforcement in
    pollution and waste
  • Waste minimization and cleaner production
  • Co-ordinate South Africas climate change and
    ozone protection strategy

13
BUDGET ALLOCATIONS 2003/2003 FINANCIAL YEAR
DIRECTORATE FUNDS
EQP MANAGEMENT 13 539 000
AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT 3 695 000
WASTE MANAGEMENT 5 574 000
CHEMICALS HAZARDOUS WASTE 5 472 000
GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE OZONE LAYER PROTECTION 7 062 000
SA WEATHER SERVICE 79 880 000
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE 906 000
TOTAL 116 128 000
14
Promote a global sustainable development agenda
  • Ensure the successful implementation of the WSSD
    outcomes
  • Lead SA engagement in the environment and tourism
    components of NEPAD
  • Ensure the effective international marketing and
    branding of South Africa
  • Develop and implement a strategy for engagement
    in international agreements and events

15
Environmental Planning and Coordination
  • Environmental monitoring and reporting R 9 067
    000
  • Environmental impact management R 9 312 000
  • Law reform, planning and conciliation R 3 220
    000
  • Sustainable development implementation R2 841
    000
  • Environmental capacity building R 5 600 000

16
Transformation
  • Use information technology to improve service
    delivery
  • Develop and retain a representative and
    performing team capable of achieving the goals
    and objectives of the department
  • Empower South Africans to participate in
    environment and tourism through networking,
    outreach and strategic partnerships
  • Transformation in marine, biological and
    meteorological science communities

17
Transformation (cont)
  • Promote economic improvement, job creation and
    poverty eradication
  • Ensure the practice of good governance within the
    department
  • Transformation and BEE in fishing, tourism and
    conservation sectors
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