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Title: DG: Mid Term Review 2006 December


1
Presentation to the Select Committee on Labour
and Public Enterprises 20 April 2011
Quarterly Monitoring Report 3 1st April 31st
December 2010
Overall Responsibility Acting Director General
Sam Morotoba
2
Programmes / Branches of the DoL
2
  • Programme 1 Administration
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Internal Audit
  • Risk Management
  • Security Services
  • Communication
  • Human Resources Management
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Legal Services
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Programme 2 Inspection and Enforcement (IES)
  • Programme 3 Public Employment Services (PES)
  • - Unemployment Insurance Fund
    (UIF)
  • - Compensation Fund (CF)

3
DoL KEY RESULT AREAS
3
  • The Strategic Plan (20102015) consists of the
    following Strategic Objectives or Key Result
    Areas (KRAs)
  • KRA 1 Contribution to Employment Creation
  • KRA 2 Promote Equity in the Labour Market
  • KRA 3 Protecting Vulnerable Workers
  • KRA 4 Strengthening Multilateral and Bilateral
    Relations
  • KRA 5 Strengthening Social Protection
  • KRA 6 Promoting Sound Labour Relations
  • KRA 7 Strengthening the Capacity of Labour
    Market Institutions
  • KRA 8 Monitoring the Impact of Legislation
  • KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
    of the Department

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4
  • Programme 1 Administration

5
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 5
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
Chief Operations Officer Chief Operations Officer Chief Operations Officer Chief Operations Officer
1. Departments service delivery model and structures reviewed for effective service delivery 2. Departments labour centre model developed and core business areas strengthened. 3. Frontline staff trained in customer care to comply with Batho Pele Principles 1.1 Phase 1 of the structure Implemented 2.1 Develop the service delivery model and source funding 3.1 Phase 1 of the training Focusing on the DG Service Line 1.1 Phase 1 of the structure Implemented 2.1 Develop the service delivery model and source funding 3.1 Phase 1 of the training Focusing on the DG Service Line Partially Achieved Partially Achieved Partially Achieved
6
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 6
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
Chief Operations Officer Chief Operations Officer Chief Operations Officer
4. Service Delivery Improvement Programme (SDIP) developed and Implemented 5. Department- Wide Monitoring and Evaluation Framework and system developed 6. 100 compliance with the Auditor-General (Performance Information) 4.1 Launch of the DG Service Line and service delivery standards rolled out to all labour centres 5.1 Explore strategy monitoring system and implement the Executive Dashboard 6.1 90 compliance with the AG recommendations Not achieved Partially Achieved Achieved
7
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 7
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
2. Internal Audit 2. Internal Audit 2. Internal Audit
1. Approved strategic 3year rolling plan for 2011-2013 by 30 June of the financial year 2. Final reports issued as per timeframes indicated in the annual audit plans 3. Approved annual plan for 2010/11 by 30 June of the financial year 4. Approved internal audit charter by 31 March 2011 5. Internal Quarterly Assurance Review (QAR) performed and report provided to the AC by 31 March 2011 1.1 Approved strategic 3year rolling 2.1 Final reports issued 3.1 Approved annual plan for 2010/11 4.1 Approved internal audit charter 5.1 Internal QAR performed and report provided Achieved Achieved Achieved In progress In progress
8
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 8
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
3. Risk Management 3. Risk Management 3. Risk Management
1. Risk assessment conducted reviewed and reports updated 2. By-monthly updates on the risk control matrix (operational) 3. Quarterly updates on the risk control matrix. 4. Monthly data analysis 80 of cases received detected finalised 1.1 Risk assessment conducted reviewed and reports updated 2.1 By-monthly updates on the risk control matrix (operational) 3.1 Quarterly updates on the risk control matrix. 4.1 Provide monthly analysis reports 4.2 80 of cases received detected finalised 4.3 25 of the labour centres 4.4 60 conducted in provincial offices/head office. Achieved In Progress In progress In progress Achieved Achieved (62) Achieved (100)
9
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 9
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
4. Security Services 4. Security Services 4. Security Services
1. Approved security strategy implemented in 5 provinces by 31 March 2011 2. Vetting strategy approved by 31 March 2011 3. Implementation of Security Risk assessments, Information security audits and physical security appraisals In 5 provinces 1.1 Approved security strategy implemented in 5 provinces. 2.1 Implement vetting strategy 3.1 Information security audits and physical security appraisals Achieved KZN, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, N. West and N. Cape) Achieved (355 vetting requests received 223 requests finalised 32 requests outstanding) Achieved (Implemented in 7 Provinces Limpopo, N Cape, Gauteng, N West, KZN and Mpumalanga)
10
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 10
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
5. Communication 5. Communication 5. Communication
1. Improve usage of intranet 2. Improve awareness about the programmes and services of the dept 3. Improved and better informed public stakeholders 1.1 Improve access to the intranet and other tools 2.1 70positive coverage of the dept programmes and services 3.1 Increased briefing sessions with stakeholders In progress Achieved (Publications/adverts produced Client Satisfaction Survey CF Communication priorities Employment Equity, Decent Work, HIV/AIDS, Disability and Domestic Workers OHS) Partially Achieved (Exhibited at the HRDE event and in the Small Business expo)
11
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 11
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
6. Human Resources Management 6. Human Resources Management 6. Human Resources Management 6. Human Resources Management
1. Percentage of all funded posts filled within a specified period of time 2. Percentage of women, youth and People With Disability (PwD) employed in line with Employment Equity Plan. 3. Percentage of staff trained in line with approved Work Place Skills Plan 90 of all funded posts filled within 6 months 40 women and 50 youth employed at most levels 5 PwD employed 80 of Depts staff trained in accordance with WSP by 31 March 2011 Achieved (Vacancy rate is 9.68) Partially Achieved 34.6 women at Senior Management level 42.32 youth employed 2.6 PwD exceeding the national target of 2 Achieved A total of 5 943 (90.7) against annual target of 6551 employees were trained Achieved (Vacancy rate is 9.68) Partially Achieved 34.6 women at Senior Management level 42.32 youth employed 2.6 PwD exceeding the national target of 2 Achieved A total of 5 943 (90.7) against annual target of 6551 employees were trained
12
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 12
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
6. Human Resources Management 6. Human Resources Management 6. Human Resources Management 6. Human Resources Management
4. Percentage number employees who submitted Performance Agreements (PA) and assessed. 5. Percentage of mandatory posts that are job evaluated 4.1 A total of 95 employees submitted PA and assessed 95 of all mandatory posts evaluated and approved 4.1 A total of 95 employees submitted PA and assessed 95 of all mandatory posts evaluated and approved Partially Achieved 98 of Performance Agreements for staff on SR1-12 submitted. 80 Performance Agreements for SMS members received. Partially Achieved
13
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 13
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
6. Chief Information Officer (CIO) 6. Chief Information Officer (CIO) 6. Chief Information Officer (CIO)
1. Develop information technology (IT) systems in support of key business processes 1.1 Develop a labour market management information system to serve as an executive dashboard and the Integrated Client Database 1.2 Finalisation of the development of the IES case management System 1.3 Develop and implement a SAP Financial System for NSF Partially Achieved Partially Achieved Not Achieved
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KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 14
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
6. Chief Information Officer (CIO) 6. Chief Information Officer (CIO) 6. Chief Information Officer (CIO)
1. Develop information technology (IT) systems in support of key business processes 1.4. Enhance the ES system 1.5. Develop and implement a SAP Financial System for UIF 1.6. Develop an integrated claims and revenue management system for CF Not achieved Not Achieved Achieved
15
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 15
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
6. Chief Information Officer (CIO) 6. Chief Information Officer (CIO) 6. Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Integrated client database and interfacing transaction systems developed 7. Identify and document all outstanding items as agreed in the PPP and agree on an implementation plan to finalise these within the contract period 8. ICT Strategy with implementation roadmap developed. 9. Identify future ICT options and determine the best solution for the Department. 10. Appointment of service provide to guide on the development of DoL ICT future scenario by December 2010. Achieved All outstanding matters have been documented. In Progress A request for proposal has been given to SITA for this service and an initiation session completed. The estimated timeframe from SITA is May 2011.
16
KRA 9 Strengthening the Institutional Capacity
of the Department 16
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
7. Legal Services 7. Legal Services 7. Legal Services
1. Contracts, Policies, and legislation drafted, edited and amended. Response to clients within 5 working days 1.1 Well drafted and binding contracts submitted to clients within 5 working days 1.2 Well drafted and binding policies submitted to clients within 5 working days 1.3 Well drafted and binding legislation submitted to clients within 10 working days. 1.4 Receive, evaluate merits of cases and give feedback to clients within 5 work days (5 working days has proved to be an ambitious target given the capacity of the legal services this will be revised in the next planning cycle) Partially Achieved 6 Contracts received 5 Contracts finalised Amendments done to six legislations
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Major Challenges
Corrective Measures 17
  • Challenges Service delivery model may not be
    finalised in quarter 4.
  • Funding cannot be sourced from National Treasury
    instead budget cuts have been instituted.
  • Corrective Measure The only way forward is to
    fund the restructuring project within current
    allocations in the DoL.
  • Challenges Lack of capacity and ICT System for
    Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation reporting.
  • Incomplete data from transaction systems and
    delays development of other systems (ICD, ICM-CF,
    SAP Financial Systems and IES).
  • Corrective Measure SITA support solicited by the
    Department.
  • Challenge Pre-employment screening and
    verification of qualifications by SAQA is
    delaying the filling in of vacancies in time.
  • Corrective Measure Meeting held between DoL and
    SAQA.

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Major Challenges
Corrective Measures 18
  • Challenges Slow co-operation and reluctance to
    comply as per required time frames with the
    submission of Performance Agreements.
  • Corrective Measure Disciplinary process may be
    instituted
  • Challenges Inadequate capability in the OCIO to
    manage implementation of the ETP.
  • Corrective action Additional resources need to
    be sourced to assist with the ETP and the
    governance forums have been scheduled for 2011.
  • Challenges Siemens capacity to deliver as per
    contract and ceding of PPP contract by Siemens
    Ltd
  • Corrective action The KPMG report has been
    finalised and awaiting adoption by DoL after
    which recommendations will be implemented.
  • Challenges HR capacity to implement ICT Strategy
  • Corrective action SITA will provide this service

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  • Programme 2
  • Inspection and Enforcement Services
  • (IES)

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KRA 3 Protect Vulnerable
Workers 20
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
1. Occupational Health and Safety 1. Occupational Health and Safety 1. Occupational Health and Safety
1. Reduce the prevalence of silicosis in the non-mining industry 2. Review Legislation 3. Roving Safety Representatives 1.1 Conduct the baseline study to determine the prevalence of silicosis and silica exposure in the non-mining industry 2.1 Amended legislation developed 3.1 Implement the Roving Safety Representatives in Limpopo and Mpumalanga 4.1 Implementation of the IES strategy with its pillars -Professionalisation of the inspectorate. Not Achieved Partially achieved Regulation has been through the public comment phase. In progress In progress Job profiles have been developed for generalists, principals, and specialists.
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KRA 3 Protect Vulnerable
Workers 21
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement 2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement 2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement 2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement
200 000 workplaces inspected for compliance to ensure 80 compliance to labour legislation. (annually) (Annual target of 200 000) 1.1 Conduct 150 000 inspections as per the Breakdown for Q3 Blitz inspections Routine inspections Compliance Audit DG Review Companies applying for Foreign Labour 1.1 Conduct 150 000 inspections as per the Breakdown for Q3 Blitz inspections Routine inspections Compliance Audit DG Review Companies applying for Foreign Labour Partially Achieved Total number of inspections 144 086. 72 Compliance achieved. Blitz 15 833 49 compliance Routine 119 993 76 compliance DG Review 133 Companies applying for Foreign labour 195 83 compliance Procedural EE Inspection 7 889 72 compliance Compliance audits (Roving Team 39
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KRA 3 Protect Vulnerable
Workers 22
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement 2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement 2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement
Conduct 10 000 blitz inspections (semester target of 5000) 1.1 Targeting the following sectors wholesale retail hospitality agriculture forestry Iron and Steel Chemicals 2.1 Conduct 74 396 routine Inspections Achieved 15 833 inspections conducted and 49 compliance was achieved Achieved 119 993 routine Inspections conducted and 91 542 complied which resulted in 76 level compliance
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KRA 3 Protect Vulnerable
Workers 23
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement 2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement 2. Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement
1. Conduct 20 full compliance audit per sector in a (240 pa) 2. Subject 200 companies to DG review by March 2011 3. 80 of cases received are investigated 1.1 Targeting high risk problematic sectors 2.1 Conduct DG Reviews on 30 listed companies and 70 designated employers 3.1 Investigate complaints and settle within 90 days of receipt. Not Achieved 39 inspections were conducted Achieved 42 JSE listed companies and 133 designated companies at 74 compliance Achieved 117 141 of complaints received and 93 004 complaints investigated 86 194 settled within 90 days at 92 settlement.
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Major Challenges
Corrective Measures 24
  • Challenges Could not meet the target for
    inspections - affected by the public service
    strike. Due to financial constraints, the
    activities of the roving team had to be trimmed
    down.
  • Corrective Measure Ensure that we catch up with
    our program. Provinces will have to make use of
    the resource made available to them. The trained
    roving team members will impart technical
    expertise to other inspectors in the respective
    provinces.
  • Challenges Delays in the development of the IES
    case management by Siemens.
  • Corrective Measures SITA working closely with
    the OCIO to strengthen capacity in this office.

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  • Programme 3
  • Public Employment Services
  • (PES)

26
KRA 1. Contribute to
employment creation 26
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
1. Public Employment Services policy, legislation guidelines developed 2. Public Employment Services Plans interventions successfully integrated in Govt PoA 3. PES initiatives interventions communicated through various mediums 1.1 Draft Public Employment Services Policy and Bill finalised for submission to Cabinet by Sept 2010 2.1 Intergovernmental meetings attended and reports presented within 2 days of event 3.1 Number of campaigns, publications national and local events articles, website information readily available to the public Achieved In progress In Progress 1 452 advocacy campaigns held
27
KRA 1. Contribute
to employment creation 27
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
4. Jobseekers registered and placed in opportunities 4.1 100 of reporting jobseekers registered on the System 4.2 70 of registered jobseekers referred to career counselling/ guidance, skills development, work placement opportunities, UIF and CF benefits within 30 days Partially Achieved 56 497 714 job seekers reported for registration324 720 (65) were registered with a back log of 172 994 Achieved 401 479 (81) jobseekers were referred. 13 928 unemployed were assessed for job opportunities with SpEEX and 1 294 placed.
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KRA 1. Contribute to
employment creation 28
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
5. IT infrastructure rolled out to enhance capacity for efficient and effective provision of job- seekers services 6. Employer services provided 5.1 60 by end of March 2011 6.1 60 of companies on the depts database and government depts register vacancy by end of March 2011 6.2 40 of existing Private Placement/ Employment Agencies (PEAs) registered and licensed Partially Achieved 127 LCs and most of the CSOs are equipped with operative PCs Partially achieved 704 049 companies registered on Siyaya 1 205 - companies registered opportunities 25 449 opportunities registered 7 324 opportunities filled Achieved 1 031 Number of PEAs on APSO database 950 (92) of PEAs registered
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KRA 1. Contribute to
employment creation 29
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
6. Employer services provided 6.3 Number of applications received and number of recommendations for migrant corporate work-permits provided within 15 days of receipt 6.4 Number of companies and workers in distressed sectors provided with assistance within 5 Working days of receipt Achieved Total 161 applications (corporate and general) 101 applications approved and 60 applications disapproved. Achieved 19 companies were assisted through the DoL/ DHET training lay-off scheme. 6 351 workers benefitted from the scheme.
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KRA 1. Contribute to
employment creation 30
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
7. Designated groups special services 70 (amended to 30) of all subsidized people with disabilities placed in employment Achieved 50 of people placed Total subsidy for the 2010/11 financial year R681 000 Total transfer during Q3 R403 346 (Q1 Q3) Total number of people registered 1020 Total number of people placed 511
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KRA 1. Contribute to
employment creation 31
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
Sheltered Employment Factories (SEF) for designated groups 1. Special employment opportunities provided to eligible people with disabilities from all racial groups 1.1 SEF Legal status and Business Case finalised 1.2 30 increase Gov procurement and other markets for goods 1.3 All SEF Factories successfully managed to be viable and sustainable Enterprises 1.4 50 of number people in SEF trained and placed in mainstream economy Not Achieved Not Achieved 10 increase in sales from govt depts In Progress This has improved utilisation rate to 60 Not Achieved
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KRA 1. Contribute to
employment creation 32
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
Productivity South Africa 1. Products and services of assisted companies world class and competitive and Jobs saved in distressed companies 2. Productivity and competitiveness awareness is high and embraced in SA 1.1 210 companies assisted to become world class competitive 1.2 140 future forums established at companies with turnaround solutions 2.1 One Print and electronic campaign and 80 media articles Published 2.3 12 Monthly electronic newsletters published In progress 120 companies In progress 83 future forums established Achieved 75 articles published Not Achieved
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KRA 1. Contribute to
employment creation 33
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
Productivity South Africa 1. Capacitated SMMEs contribute to sustainable employment creation 1.1 3 000 SMME managers assisted to manage matters related to intellectual property 1.2 20 000 jobs saved through social plan interventions 1.3 Two studies on competiveness indicators for South Africa and public sector productivity performance and services delivery completed Achieved 2 245 SMME managers trained Partially Achieved 8, 226 jobs saved Achieved
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Major Challenges
Corrective Measures 34
  • Challenges Inadequate human and IT resources for
    PES.
  • Corrective Measures Provincial strategy needs to
    be developed to deal with the inadequate human
    and IT resources. SITA support solicited by the
    DoL
  • Challenges Inadequate funding. Concept of the
    centre of excellence still to be explored.
  • Corrective Measure SEF to focus on increased
    sales and the finalization of the Business Case.
    The centre of excellence concept will soon be
    piloted.
  • Challenges Delay in the transfer of funds to
    Productivity SA due to transfer of NSF to DHET.
    This delayed the PSA programmes.
  • Corrective Measure There is an acceleration plan
    to implement once funds are secured.

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  • Programme 4
  • Labour Policy and Labour Market Programmes
  • (LP LMP)

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KRA 1. Contribute to
employment creation 36
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
1. Research Policy and Planning 1. Research Policy and Planning 1. Research Policy and Planning
1. Worker co-operative strategy developed 2. Quarterly Ministerial briefing reports produced on key labour market issues 3. Executive Dashboard project complete and installed 1.1 Develop legislative framework and implement strategy 2.1 4 quarterly labour market trends reports submitted to Minister and DG 3.1 Executive Dashboard enhanced In Progress Achieved Partially Achieved
37
KRA 2 Promote Equity
in the Labour Market 37
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
2. Employment Equity 2. Employment Equity 2. Employment Equity
1. EEA and its regulations amended 2. Code of good practice and technical assistance guideline on HIV and AIDS reviewed and amended 3. Companies listed on the JSE DG reviewed for substantive compliance 1.1 EEA amendment Bill published for public comment 2.1 Review and amend the code of good practice on key aspects of HIV and AIDS and employment HIV and AIDS code 3.1 Follow ups conducted on 60 JSE listed companies reviewed Achieved In progress Partially Achieved 25 companies followed up for income Didderential assessments and their EE plans.
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KRA 3 Protection of
Vulnerable Workers 38
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
3. Employment Standards 3. Employment Standards 3. Employment Standards
1. BCEA amended 2. Wage differentials investigated 3. Review existing sectoral Determinations 4. Publish sectoral Determinations 1.1 BCEA Amendment Bill published for public comment 2.1 Amend norms and benchmarks for proportionate income differentials 3.1Farmworkers,domestic,wholesale and retail, hospitality, civil eng, learnerships, private security and forestry. 4.1 Unskilled workers Achieved Not Achieved Partially Achieved Research in the Taxi Sector finalised, contract cleaning notice issued. Meeting with ABSA for feasibility of a Provident Fund for Domestic Workers. Investigations finalised in Civil Eng and Leanership Sectors In progress
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KRA 3 Protection of
Vulnerable Workers 39
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
3. Employment Standards 3. Employment Standards 3. Employment Standards
1. Amend ministerial determinations 2. Amend and publish OHS regulations 3. Civil society strengthened 1.1 Expanded Public Works Programme 2.1 Regulations on hazardous work for children published 3.1 8 civil society organisations involved in the world of work funded Achieved Achieved Achieved
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KRA 4 Strengthening
multilateral and bilateral relations 40

SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
4. International Labour Matters 4. International Labour Matters 4. International Labour Matters
1. Participation in the ILO governing body and the ILC 2. Implementation of bilateral and multi lateral relations 1.1 Participation in the ILO governing body and the ILC ensured 2.1 Review the implementation of MOUs with Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho and Mozambique 2.2 Implementation of signed MOU with China, Cuba, Namibia 2.3 AU, ARLAC, AULSAC, participate effectively on all labour matters. 2.4 Finalise all arrangements pertaining to the hosting of the SADC Employment and Labour Sector Achieved In Progress Achieved DoL Inspectors visited Cuba. Meeting with China on the MOU. Achieved Not Achieved
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KRA 6 Promote Sound Labour Relations
41
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES ACTUAL STATUS
SUB-PROGRAMME OUTPUT TARGET (YEAR 1) ACTUAL STATUS
5. Labour Relations 5. Labour Relations 5. Labour Relations
1. Extend collective agreements and register new labour organisations within 90 days. 1.1 At least 20 collective agreements published within 60 days of receipt 1.2 Decision to register new labour organisations taken within 90 days of receipt of competent applications. Achieved Achieved
KRA 9 Monitor the Impact of Legislation KRA 9 Monitor the Impact of Legislation KRA 9 Monitor the Impact of Legislation
6. Labour Market Information Statistics 6. Labour Market Information Statistics 6. Labour Market Information Statistics
1. Quarterly ministerial briefing reports produced on key labour market issues. 1.1 4 quarterly labour market trend reports based on UIF/LFS/ESSA Achieved
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Major Challenges
Corrective Measures 42
  • Challenges The AU Labour and Social Affairs
    Commission postponed to 2011 for several reasons
    including professional capacity.
  • Corrective Measure AULSAC is envisaged to meet
    in April 2011.
  • Challenges Investigation of Wage Differentials
    could not be achieved as planned due to
    unreliability of statistics a flawed reporting
    susytem.
  • Corrective Measure Raw data was submitted to the
    Labour Market Information Systems in DoL for
    investigation and recommendations.

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