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Title: DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION


1
ANNUAL REPORT 2012/13 DEPARTMENT HIGHER
EDUCATION AND TRAINING Presentation to
the Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and
Training 09 October 2013
2
Presentation Outline
  • Achievements
  • Background Information
  • Programme Performance on Predetermined Objectives
  • Achievements
  • Targets partially and not achieved
  • Current status of targets
  • Programme Performance for the first two quarters
    of the 2013/14 financial year (Financial and
    non-financial performance)
  • Financial Statements
  • Audit Report
  • 2012/13 Allocation versus Expenditure
  • Main Reasons for Under-Expenditure
  • 2014 MTEF Funding Requirements

3
Achievements
  • Further Education and Training student headcount
    enrolments increased by 90 from 345 566 in 2010
    to 657 690 in 2012
  • Student headcount enrolments at universities
    increased by 14 from 837 779 in in 2010 to 953
    375 in 2012
  • The establishment of the two new universities in
    Mpumalanga and the Northern Cape. Both
    universities will open their doors in 2014 in
    selected academic programmes, using existing
    buildings
  • Demerger of Medunsa Campus from University of
    Limpopo and establishment of a new university of
    health sciences
  • Building of 12 new Further Education and Training
    campuses and refurbishment of 2 campuses
  • Improved HR and financial management in FET
    College sector

4
Achievements
  • NSFAS which is the primary tool to ensure access
    for poor students to post-school education has
    assisted 1.4 million students since 1991 with
    many NSFAS alumni now playing an important role
    in our economy and society
  • NSFAS student bursary funding at FET Colleges has
    increased from R318 million in 2010 benefitting
    61 703 students to R1.988 billion in 2013
    targeting 222 817 students
  • NSFAS student bursary funding at Universities has
    increased from R2.2 billion in 2010 benefitting
    148 387 students to R3.693 billion in 2013
    targeting 210 000 students
  • Expansion and strengthening of teacher education
    for all education sub-sectors, including
    pre-schooling, schooling and post-schooling has
    resulted in an increase from just under 6
    000 new teacher graduates in 2008 to 12 999 in
    2012

5
Background Information
  • The 2012/13 Annual Report is the third Annual
    Report of the Department of Higher Education and
    Training
  • For the 2012/13 financial year the Department had
    a total of 107 planned targets
  • 62 targets were achieved
  • 33 targets were partially achieved
  • 12 targets were not achieved
  • 11 of the partially and not achieved targets have
    subsequently been achieved post 31 March 2013
  • Implementation of the phasing-in of VCET function
    shift and other matters

6
National Certificate (Vocational) Certification
  • Unlike the traditional matric examination,
    examinations for FET colleges are conducted seven
    times a year and twice a year for AET, with
    candidates being assessed and certificated in
    each of these nine examination cycles
  • Prior to the establishment of the Department in
    2009, certification challenges had already
    existed in the issuing of NC(V) certificates
  • 322 214 NC(V) Levels 2 to 4 certificates have
    been issued
  • 16 602 certificates were initially not issued
    because public FET Colleges owed certification
    fees to Umalusi. The Department has successfully
    intervened and ensured that Umalusi lifts this
    block. Certificates, which are now being
    processed for release
  • 3 491 certificates have not been issued by
    Umalusi because of outstanding certification fees
    owed by private FET Colleges. The Department has
    contacted each of these institutions to settle
    outstanding certification debt
  • 18 106 certificates have not been processed due
    to data anomalies in the candidates datasets.
    This is the actual backlog. The Department is in
    constant engagement with SITA to address these
    anomalies. SITA is also in the process of
    sourcing additional capacity to resolve this
    matter

7
Leakages of FET Examination Papers
  • Leakages affect only the Engineering Studies
    Trimester examination cycles
  • November 2012 and April 2013 (24 subjects)
    Candidates implicated at several centres along
    with individual candidates at other centres.
    Leakages reported 2 days ahead of examination
  • August 2013 (16 subjects) Candidates implicated
    at only one centre and limited to individual
    candidates per centre at other centres leakages
    reported during or after the examination
  • Measures put in place
  • Changed distribution to daily delivery of
    question papers during August 2013 examinations,
    i.e. afternoon before, instead of 1-2 weeks in
    advance as was happening in previous examination
    cycles
  • Exploring viability of moving daily delivery to
    the morning of the examination
  • Collaboration with National Police Commissioners
    office to investigate and detect source of
    leakages
  • Arrests have been made and disciplinary enquiries
    are underway with regards to implicated staff and
    students

8
FET College Councils
  • Number of Colleges which currently have council
    governance structures
  • Sixteen public FET Colleges currently have
    council governance structures
  • Due date for the appointment of Councils
  • The appointments to the Free State, Eastern Cape,
    KwaZulu-Natal and Limpopo Councils will be
    completed within the next two weeks and Gauteng,
    Northern Cape and North West shortlisting and due
    diligence have already been completed and
    appointments will be made during November 2013
  • Mpumalanga and Western Cape Councils are still in
    place as they have not yet expired
  • 8 Colleges under administration with their
    governance structure being fulfilled by the
    Administrators

9
FET College Principal and Deputy Principal Posts
  • Principals
  • Post advertised 13
  • Interviews conducted 11
  • Posts due for short listing 2
  • Appointments made 7
  • Due for re-advertisement 3
  • Interviews done and in process of appointment 1
  • Deputy Principals
  • Number appointed 21
  • Vacant 11 posts are in the process of being
    filled

10
FET College Turnaround Strategy
  • To support on human resource management aspects,
    20 Human Resource generalists have been appointed
    and deployed to FET colleges
  • South African Institute for Chartered Accountants
    (SAICA) have been deployed Chartered Accountants
    in all FET colleges with a view to strengthen
    financial management capacity
  • A College Improvement Project in the Eastern Cape
    and Limpopo Province is being implemented
  • Substantive actions are currently being
    implemented in FET colleges in pursuit of
    improved student performance which includes the
    following
  • - Daily monitoring of student attendance,
    particularly for bursary recipients where travel
    and accommodation allowance disbursement is
    linked to attendance
  • - The administration of the student selection
    and placement test at the commencement of the
    academic year
  • - Delivery of academic support programmes

11
Programme 1 Administration
Purpose To conduct the overall management of
the Department and provide centralised support
services
Performance Status as at 31 March 2013 Performance Status as at 31 March 2013 Targets
Achieved 11
Partially achieved 6
Not achieved 3
Total Targets Total Targets 20
12
Link between Expenditure and Budgets and
performance plans in relation to key indicators
Programme 1 Administration R000 Adjusted Appropriation Actual Expenditure Deviation Virement Applied Final Variance
Compensation of Employees 90 901 88 023 2 878 (2 613) 265
Goods and Services 69 721 78 885 (9 164) 9 343 179
Transfers and Subsidies 1 014 1 172 (158) 205 47
Machinery and Equipment 2 530 3 575 (1 045) 1 050 5
Total 164 166 171 655 (7 489) 7 985 496
Performance Information Achieved Partially Achieved Not Achieved
Targets (20) 11 6 3

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Programme 1 Administration

Achievements
Performance Indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
To improve efficiency by implementing the necessary information technology infrastructure and systems To improve efficiency by implementing the necessary information technology infrastructure and systems To improve efficiency by implementing the necessary information technology infrastructure and systems To improve efficiency by implementing the necessary information technology infrastructure and systems
ICT governance maturity level achieved Maturity level 1 Maturity level 1 Target achieved (no deviation)
Percentage network connectivity uptime 99.9 network connectivity uptime 100 Target achieved (no deviation)
Availability of IT services IT services available 24 hours, 7 days a week (24/7) 24/7 Target achieved (no deviation)
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Programme 1 Administration

Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
To provide effective and efficient human resource planning and management services To provide effective and efficient human resource planning and management services To provide effective and efficient human resource planning and management services To provide effective and efficient human resource planning and management services
Number of months to fill a vacancy 4 months to fill a vacancy 4 months Target achieved (no deviation)
Percentage vacancy rate in the department Vacancy rate in the department to be reduced to 15 11 Target achieved (exceeded)
Number of days to resolve disciplinary cases 90 days to resolve disciplinary cases 148 days Partially achieved 58 days more to resolve disciplinary cases (experienced delays with the INDLELA cases due to postponements and non-availability of key witness)
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Programme 1 Administration

Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Percentage compliance with the Human Resource Strategic Planning Framework 95 compliance 63 compliance Partially achieved 32 below the target HR Plan was not approved on 30 March 2013. 2013 Employment Equity report was submitted after 15 January 2013.
Percentage compliance with performance Management framework 100 compliance with PMDS policy and poor performance managed 100 Target achieved (no deviation)
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Programme 1 Administration

Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services
Percentage compliance to SCM and logistical policies and standards 100 compliance to SCM and logistical policies and standards Compliance to SCM and Logistical Policies and standards except for the incidents mentioned in the comments Partially achieved Investigations are taking place on an incident of irregular expenditure due to the non-compliance with SCM policies and failure not to report all transactions above R100 000 to National Treasury
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Programme 1 Administration

Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services
Number of days to pay invoices from service providers 30 days to pay invoices from service providers 30 days except for some exceptions Partially achieved Payments later than 30 days are mainly due to incorrect banking details provided by service providers and large transfer payments that were rejected by the system and required reprocessing
18
Programme 1 Administration
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
To provide effective communication services and events management To provide effective communication services and events management To provide effective communication services and events management To provide effective communication services and events management
Functional DHET website with quarterly newsletters Website available 365 days per year with 4 quarterly newsletters published Website available 365 days per year with 1 newsletter published Partially achieved Newsletters could not be published for 3 quarters. as there was no editorial policy.
Percentage response to queries via call centre 100 response to queries via call centre 97.3 Partially achieved Below target by 2.7 Non-issuing of FET College and SETA certificates
Number of exhibitions and Public Relations events conducted 8 11 Target achieved

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Programme 1 Administration

Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
To ensure a safe and healthy physical environment To ensure a safe and healthy physical environment To ensure a safe and healthy physical environment To ensure a safe and healthy physical environment
Percentage compliance with Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) 98 90 Partially achieved Below target by 10. Due to renovations of the building and delays in approval of OHS and Security policies.
To prevent fraud and corruption To prevent fraud and corruption To prevent fraud and corruption To prevent fraud and corruption
Fraud and anti-corruption strategy developed and implemented Fraud and anti-corruption policy implemented Whistle blowing system developed and implemented Fraud and anti-corruption policy implemented Whistle blowing system developed and implemented Target achieved
20
Programme 1 Administration

Performance indicators Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities
Number of days to process transfers and payments Within 5 days Within 5 days Within 5 days Target achieved
Approved financial statements Approved financial statements Approved financial statements Approved financial statements Target achieved
Percentage compliance to PFMA 100 compliance to PFMA 100 compliance to PFMA The majority of PFMA compliance matters have been complied with Partially achieved. The Department did not reach the target of 30 day payments
Number of agreements concluded and projects supported 10 agreements concluded and projects supported 10 agreements concluded and projects supported No new agreements were signed Not achieved
Percentage of assets lost and / or unauthorised movements Less than 1 Less than 1 Less than 1 Target achieved
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Programme 1 Administration
  • Strategy to deal with under performance in
    targets in achieved
  • In dealing with the delayed resolutions of
    disciplinary cases, the Department intends to
    provide the Chairpersons with a mandate not to
    allow/grant unnecessary postponements which
    results into delays.
  • Compliance with the Human Resource Strategic
    Planning Framework will improve as
  • - The HR Plan has now been approved and there is
    improved capacity
  • - Report on the implementation of the HR Plan has
    been developed for submission to DPSA
  • - Macro-organisational structure has been
    approved by the Minister and was submitted to
    MPSA for consultation
  • - Micro-organisational structure has been
    approved
  • - Service Delivery Improvement Plan has been
    approved

22
Programme 1 Administration
Quarterly Performance on Predetermined Targets
Annual Allocation versus Expenditure 2013/14
23
Programme 1 Administration
Performance indicators Annual Target for 2013/14) 2st Quarter Target 2t Quarter Actual output Performance Status for the 1st 2nd Quarter
To improve efficiency by implementing the necessary information technology infrastructure and systems To improve efficiency by implementing the necessary information technology infrastructure and systems To improve efficiency by implementing the necessary information technology infrastructure and systems To improve efficiency by implementing the necessary information technology infrastructure and systems To improve efficiency by implementing the necessary information technology infrastructure and systems
of network connectivity uptime 99.9 of network connectivity uptime 99.9 of network connectivity uptime 99.9 Achieved
Availability of IT services IT services available 24 hours, 7 days a week and (24/7) IT services available 24 hours,7 days a week and (24/7) 24/7 Achieved
To provide effective and efficient Human Resource Planning and Management services To provide effective and efficient Human Resource Planning and Management services To provide effective and efficient Human Resource Planning and Management services To provide effective and efficient Human Resource Planning and Management services To provide effective and efficient Human Resource Planning and Management services
Period it takes to filling a vacancy from the date of advertisement (in terms of months) 4 Months to fill a vacancy (120 days) 4 months 4 months Achieved
Vacancy rate in the department Vacancy rate in the Department to be reduced 10 20 15.47 Achieved
Number of days to resolve disciplinary cases 90 days to resolve disciplinary cases 90 days 90 days Achieved
Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services Ensure adherence to policies and standards on logistical services
compliance to SCM and logistical policies and standards 100 compliance to SCM and logistical policies and standards 100 compliance (for all activities undertaken)
Period of time taken to pay invoices from service providers from the day the invoice was received(in terms of days) 28 days taken to pay invoices from the service provider from the day the invoice was received 28 days
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Programme 1 Administration
Performance indicators Annual Target for 2013/14) 2st Quarter Target 2t Quarter Actual output Performance Status for the 1st 2nd Quarter
To provide effective ccommunication services and events management To provide effective ccommunication services and events management To provide effective ccommunication services and events management To provide effective ccommunication services and events management To provide effective ccommunication services and events management
Functional user-friendly DHET website User friendly and updated DHET website functional 365 days per year Functional user friendly and updated DHET website Secure and accessible to the public for 92 days Achieved
Number of DHET internal newsletters published 4 DHET internal newsletter published An internal newsletter published Two issues of electronic newsletters published Achieved
of response to queries via call centre 100 (All) response to queries via call centre 100 (All)response to queries via call centre 98.4 Partially Achieved
Number of exhibitions and public relations events conducted 10 exhibitions and PR events conducted 3 7 Achieved
To ensure a safe and healthy physical environment To ensure a safe and healthy physical environment To ensure a safe and healthy physical environment To ensure a safe and healthy physical environment To ensure a safe and healthy physical environment
compliance with security directives 95 compliance with security directives 95 90 Partially Achieved
To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities To ensure an efficient and effective system of financial and asset management, governance and controls in the department and in relation to its public entities
Period of time taken to process transfers and payments (in terms of days) Within 5 days Within 5 days
25
Programme 1 Administration
Annual Allocation versus Expenditure 2013/14
Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure
Programme Allocation R000 Actual Expenditure R000 Variance R000 Spent
Administration 200 621 100 732 99 889 50.2
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Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Purpose To provide strategic direction in the
development, implementation and monitoring of the
Department policies. Coordinate activities in
relation to the HRDS for South Africa.
Performance Status as at 31 March 2013 Performance Status as at 31 March 2013 Targets
Achieved 16
Partially achieved 3
Not achieved 0
Total Targets Total Targets 19
27
Link between Expenditure and Budgets and
performance plans in relation to key indicators
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning and Monitoring Coordination R000 Adjusted Appropriation Actual Expenditure Deviation Virement applied Final Variance
Compensation of Employees 35 967 33 412 2 555 (2 268) 287
Goods and Services 5 617 6 487 (870) 977 107
Transfers and Subsidies 2 544 2 639 (95) 96 1
Machinery and Equipment 214 291 (77) 98 21
Total 44 342 42 829 (1 513) (1 097) 416
Performance Information Achieved Partially Achieved Not Achieved
Targets (19) 16 3 0
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Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Achievements
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Establish and maintain an integrated education and training management information system, linking all providers of education and training into a single system, to provide accurate data on skills supply and demand in the country Establish and maintain an integrated education and training management information system, linking all providers of education and training into a single system, to provide accurate data on skills supply and demand in the country Establish and maintain an integrated education and training management information system, linking all providers of education and training into a single system, to provide accurate data on skills supply and demand in the country Establish and maintain an integrated education and training management information system, linking all providers of education and training into a single system, to provide accurate data on skills supply and demand in the country
Percentage of public institutional data integrated into education and training management information system 80 of public institutional data integrated into education and training management information system (Public FET and HE institutions and SETAs) 80 of public institutional data integrated (Public FET and HE and AET institutional data integrated) into education and training management information system Target achieved
29
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments Comments
Establish and maintain a coherent career management and career information system by 2014 Establish and maintain a coherent career management and career information system by 2014 Establish and maintain a coherent career management and career information system by 2014 Establish and maintain a coherent career management and career information system by 2014 Establish and maintain a coherent career management and career information system by 2014
A coherent career management and information system established (module based) A coherent career management and information system established (2 additional modules) The National Career Advice Portal (NCAP) is established and 2 additional modules are completed (learning pathways and learning directory). It is accessible through the DHET and SAQA websites as well as through direct accessing the NCAP http//ncap.careerhelp.org.za. The National Career Advice Portal (NCAP) is established and 2 additional modules are completed (learning pathways and learning directory). It is accessible through the DHET and SAQA websites as well as through direct accessing the NCAP http//ncap.careerhelp.org.za. Target achieved (exceeded)
Number of users reached by career guidance services Radio 2.7 million Exhibitions 25 000 Helpline 12 000 Web portal 70 000 Radio 1.991 million per week Exhibitions 34 800 Helpline 19 828 Web Portal 91 903 Radio 1.991 million per week Exhibitions 34 800 Helpline 19 828 Web Portal 91 903 Target achieved (exceeded)
30
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Promote research and innovation in the Higher Education and Training Sector by publishing an annual academic journal of contributions from stakeholders in the sector annually Promote research and innovation in the Higher Education and Training Sector by publishing an annual academic journal of contributions from stakeholders in the sector annually Promote research and innovation in the Higher Education and Training Sector by publishing an annual academic journal of contributions from stakeholders in the sector annually Promote research and innovation in the Higher Education and Training Sector by publishing an annual academic journal of contributions from stakeholders in the sector annually Promote research and innovation in the Higher Education and Training Sector by publishing an annual academic journal of contributions from stakeholders in the sector annually
Number of academic journals published for Higher Education and Training 1 academic journal published for Higher Education and Training The research bulletin has been approved by the DG, but must still be published Partially achieved due to capacity constraints within the unit responsible The research bulletin has now been published (June 2013)
31
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Manage and maintain credible planning and budgeting process for the DHET annually Manage and maintain credible planning and budgeting process for the DHET annually Manage and maintain credible planning and budgeting process for the DHET annually Manage and maintain credible planning and budgeting process for the DHET annually
Annual DHET Performance Plan developed with performance indicators Annual DHET Performance Plan developed with performance indicators Annual DHET Performance Plan developed with performance indicators Target Achieved
Annual MTEF Bid developed Annual MTEF Bid developed Annual MTEF Bid developed Target Achieved
Number of quarterly performance progress reports on the implementation of the strategic plan and the APP produced 4 quarterly performance progress reports on the implementation of the strategic plan and the APP produced annually 4 quarterly performance progress reports Target Achieved
32
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
An investment report on education and training An investment report on education and training Draft education and training investment report produced Partially achieved Draft education and training investment report has been produced but could not be finalised before the end of March 2013 due to capacity constraints within the unit (The official responsible resigned) The report will be finalised by 31 October 2013.
33
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Pursue and strengthen bilateral relations with priority countries in Africa, Middle East, South and the North as well as with multilateral agencies such as COMEDAF, SADC, AU, ADEA, NESCO, ILO, OECD and the Commonwealth Pursue and strengthen bilateral relations with priority countries in Africa, Middle East, South and the North as well as with multilateral agencies such as COMEDAF, SADC, AU, ADEA, NESCO, ILO, OECD and the Commonwealth Pursue and strengthen bilateral relations with priority countries in Africa, Middle East, South and the North as well as with multilateral agencies such as COMEDAF, SADC, AU, ADEA, NESCO, ILO, OECD and the Commonwealth Pursue and strengthen bilateral relations with priority countries in Africa, Middle East, South and the North as well as with multilateral agencies such as COMEDAF, SADC, AU, ADEA, NESCO, ILO, OECD and the Commonwealth Pursue and strengthen bilateral relations with priority countries in Africa, Middle East, South and the North as well as with multilateral agencies such as COMEDAF, SADC, AU, ADEA, NESCO, ILO, OECD and the Commonwealth
International relations operational framework strategy developed International relations operational framework strategy developed and approved for implementa-tion Draft international relations operational framework strategy developed Partially achieved An international relations operational framework strategy has been developed and submitted for approval. However the draft had to be subjected to internal consultation processes The draft international relations operational framework strategy will be finalised by 31 October 2013.
34
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Implementation plans with priority countries and multilateral agencies developed Implementation plans with priority countries and multilateral agencies developed Implementation plans with priority countries and multilateral agencies developed. Target achieved
35
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Maintain database of international engagements of all public post-school institutions and publish an annual report on international collaborations Maintain database of international engagements of all public post-school institutions and publish an annual report on international collaborations Maintain database of international engagements of all public post-school institutions and publish an annual report on international collaborations Maintain database of international engagements of all public post-school institutions and publish an annual report on international collaborations
A publication on International cooperation produced A publication on International cooperation produced A publication on international cooperation produced. Target achieved
Database of international engagements of all public post-school institutions maintained Database of international engagements of all public post-school institutions maintained Database of international engagements of all public post-school institutions maintained. Target achieved
36
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Support, advise and monitor the implementation of the post-school education system legislative framework annually Support, advise and monitor the implementation of the post-school education system legislative framework annually Support, advise and monitor the implementation of the post-school education system legislative framework annually Support, advise and monitor the implementation of the post-school education system legislative framework annually
Percentage of litigations dealt with 100 of litigations dealt with 100 of litigations dealt with Target achieved
Percentage of legislation and regulations drafted and amended 100 of legislation and regulations drafted and amended 100 of legislation and regulations drafted and amended Target achieved
Percentage of legal opinions and agreements drafted 100 of legal opinions and agreements drafted 100 of legal opinions and agreements drafted Target achieved
37
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Establish a well functioning Social inclusion, equity and transformation services within the DHET and its entities that will focus on policy research, monitoring and evaluation in matters relating to race, class, gender, age , disability, HIV/ Aids and on career information services and counseling Establish a well functioning Social inclusion, equity and transformation services within the DHET and its entities that will focus on policy research, monitoring and evaluation in matters relating to race, class, gender, age , disability, HIV/ Aids and on career information services and counseling Establish a well functioning Social inclusion, equity and transformation services within the DHET and its entities that will focus on policy research, monitoring and evaluation in matters relating to race, class, gender, age , disability, HIV/ Aids and on career information services and counseling Establish a well functioning Social inclusion, equity and transformation services within the DHET and its entities that will focus on policy research, monitoring and evaluation in matters relating to race, class, gender, age , disability, HIV/ Aids and on career information services and counseling
A policy document developed A policy document developed A policy document was developed and submitted to the Minister and the Oversight Committee on Transformation Target achieved
38
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Monitor and support actions needed to implement the statutory functions assigned to the Minister, Director- General, SAQA, CHE, Umalusi and QCTO in terms of the National Qualifications Act Monitor and support actions needed to implement the statutory functions assigned to the Minister, Director- General, SAQA, CHE, Umalusi and QCTO in terms of the National Qualifications Act Monitor and support actions needed to implement the statutory functions assigned to the Minister, Director- General, SAQA, CHE, Umalusi and QCTO in terms of the National Qualifications Act Monitor and support actions needed to implement the statutory functions assigned to the Minister, Director- General, SAQA, CHE, Umalusi and QCTO in terms of the National Qualifications Act
Number of monitoring and evaluation reports A monitoring and evaluation report Monitoring report developed Target achieved
Annual Ministerial policy guidelines developed Ministerial policy guideline developed Ministerial policy guideline was developed Target achieved
percentage of requests for advice from Minister and SAQA answered 100 100 Target achieved
39
Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Quarterly Performance on Predetermined Targets
Annual Allocation versus Expenditure 2013/14
40
Programme 2 HRD, Planning and Monitoring
Coordination
Performance indicators Annual Target for 2013/14) 2st Quarter Target 2t Quarter Actual output Performance Status for the 1st 2nd Quarter
Manage and maintain credible planning and budgeting process for the DHET annually Manage and maintain credible planning and budgeting process for the DHET annually Manage and maintain credible planning and budgeting process for the DHET annually Manage and maintain credible planning and budgeting process for the DHET annually Manage and maintain credible planning and budgeting process for the DHET annually
Annual MTEF Bid developed and approved by the Director General Annual MTEF Bid developed and approved by the Director General Annual MTEF Bid developed and approved by the Director General Annual MTEF Bid developed and approved by the Director General Achieved
Quarterly performance progress reports on the implementation of the strategic plan and the APP produced and approved by the DG 4 quarterly performance progress reports on the implementation of the strategic plan and the APP produced and approved by the DG 1 Approved 1st quarter performance progress report on the implementation of the strategic plan and the APP Achieved
Monitor and support the implementation of the National Qualification Framework Act Monitor and support the implementation of the National Qualification Framework Act Monitor and support the implementation of the National Qualification Framework Act Monitor and support the implementation of the National Qualification Framework Act Monitor and support the implementation of the National Qualification Framework Act
Percentage of requests for advice answered within standards approved by the Branch Head 100 advice request answered 100 requests for advice answered within standards approved by the Branch Head 100 ( 3 out of 3) requests for advice answered within standards approved by the Branch Head Achieved
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Programme 2 Human Resource Development, Planning
and Monitoring Coordination
Annual Allocation versus Expenditure 2013/14
Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure
Programme Allocation R000 Actual Expenditure R000 Variance R000 Spent
Human Resource Development, Planning and Monitoring Coordination 48 066 21 616 26 450 45.0
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Programme 3 University Education
Purpose To develop and coordinate policy and
regulatory frameworks for an effective and
efficient university education system. To provide
financial support to universities, the National
Student Financial Scheme and the National
Institute for Higher Education
Performance Status as at 31 March 2013 Performance Status as at 31 March 2013 Targets
Achieved 16
Targets partially achieved 13
Targets not achieved 2
Total Targets Total Targets 31
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Link between Expenditure and Budgets and
performance plans in relation to key indicators
Programme 3 University Education R000 Adjusted Appropriation Actual Expenditure Deviation Virement applied Final Variance
Compensation of Employees 36 072 30 579 5 493 (5 181) 312
Goods and Services 7 062 8 343 (1 281) 1 436 155
Transfers and Subsidies 26 189 237 26 189 468 (231) 311 80
Machinery and Equipment 321 323 (2) 12 10
Total 26 232 692 26 228 713 3 979 (3 422) 557
Performance Information Achieved Partially Achieved Not Achieved
Targets (31) 16 13 2
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Programme 3 University Education
Achievements
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Expand the higher education sector in order to increase equitable access with success Expand the higher education sector in order to increase equitable access with success Expand the higher education sector in order to increase equitable access with success Expand the higher education sector in order to increase equitable access with success Expand the higher education sector in order to increase equitable access with success Expand the higher education sector in order to increase equitable access with success
Number of students enrolled in higher education studies at universities 909 716 students enrolled in higher education studies at universities 938 201 students enrolled in higher education studies at universities 938 201 students enrolled in higher education studies at universities Target exceeded 28 485 more students enrolled than the target 2012 Audited 953 375 students enrolled in higher education studies at universities Target exceeded
Total headcount enrolment over population 20 to 24 years 17.9 17.9 17.9 Target achieved
Note 1 The achievement reported as at 31 March
2013 are the 2011 audited figures
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Number of first time enrolments at universities 179 793 first time enrolments at universities 179 105 first time enrolments at universities Partially achieved 688 less students enrolled 2012 Audited 169 767 first time enrolments at universities
Environmental impact study conducted Environmental impact study conducted Preparations for environmental impact study completed, applications submitted and studies underway. Full studies on all land parcels not complete. Target not achieved Environmental impact study not yet complete. Environmental impact study in process and will be achieved by 31 March 2014
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Gazetting of Seat, and Interim Council for each university Gazetting of Seat, and Interim Council for each university Nominations for Interim Councils received and recommendations made All processes in terms of the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act (PAJA) complete Draft Gazettes prepared for Ministers signature. Target not achieved at the time of reporting as Gazettes were not published Gazettes published in the second quarter of 2013/14
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments
Programme Qualification Framework for each university Programme Qualification Framework for each university Programme qualification Framework has been developed for each university Target achieved
Spatial plan for each university Spatial plan for each university Initial spatial plans for each university developed Target achieved
Number of public higher education institutions involved in foundation phase teacher education 20 public higher education institutions involved in foundation phase teacher education 20 public universities are now involved in Foundation Phase teacher education Target achieved
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
A policy document on FET lecturer qualifications is developed and implemented A finalised policy on FET lecturer qualifications gazetted The final draft is complete and was submitted to the CHE for comments as required by the Higher Education Act Partially achieved Final policy not published in the Gazette A finalised policy on FET lecturer qualifications Gazetted
Number of African students at universities 593 260 African students at universities 640 443 African students at universities Target achieved (exceeded) 14 352 more students enrolled than the target
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Number of female students at universities 593 596 female students at universities 542 997 female students at universities Partially achieved 50 599 less female students enrolled than the target 2012 Audited 554 837 female students at universities
Total number of students in foundation provisioning programmes at universities 14 600 students in foundation provisioning programmes at universities 14 359 students in foundation programmes at universities Partially achieved 241 less students enrolled than the target 2012 Audited 14 600 students in foundation programmes at universities
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments
Improve success rates in higher education studies at public institutions and therefore increase graduate outputs by 2014 Improve success rates in higher education studies at public institutions and therefore increase graduate outputs by 2014 Improve success rates in higher education studies at public institutions and therefore increase graduate outputs by 2014 Improve success rates in higher education studies at public institutions and therefore increase graduate outputs by 2014
Improved use of foundation provisioning funds and report produced Improved use of foundation provisioning funds and report produced Revised policy to improve the use of Foundation Programmes approved for implementation in 2013/14. Analysis of current use of funding done and report produced. Target achieved
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Percentage success rate 76 success rate 75 success rate Partially achieved 1 below target 2012 Audited 76
Number of graduates from universities 167 807 graduates from universities 160 626 graduates from universities Partially achieved 7 181 less graduates than the target 2012 Audited 165 978 graduates from universities
Number of graduates in Engineering Sciences from universities 10 682 graduates in Engineering Sciences from universities 9 387 graduates in Engineering Sciences from universities Partially achieved 1 295 less graduates than the target 2012 Audited 9 974 graduates in Engineering Sciences from universities
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Number of graduates in Human Health and Animal Health from universities 8 535 graduates in Human Health and Animal Health from universities 8 070 graduates in Human Health and Animal Health from universities Partially achieved 465 less graduates than the target 2012 Audited 8 015 graduates in Human Health and Animal Health from universities
Number of graduates in Natural and Physical Sciences from universities 5 052 graduates in Natural and Physical Sciences from universities 5 526 graduates in Natural and Physical Sciences from universities Target achieved (exceeded) 474 more graduates than the target 2012 Audited 6 366 graduates in Natural and Physical Sciences from universities
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Number of graduates in initial Teacher Education from universities 9 700 graduates in initial Teacher Education from universities 10 543 graduates in initial Teacher Education from universities Target achieved (exceeded) 843 more graduates than the target 2012 Audited 12 999 graduates in initial Teacher Education from universities
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Monitor good governance and management of the Higher Education system in order to build capacity and efficiency Monitor good governance and management of the Higher Education system in order to build capacity and efficiency Monitor good governance and management of the Higher Education system in order to build capacity and efficiency Monitor good governance and management of the Higher Education system in order to build capacity and efficiency Monitor good governance and management of the Higher Education system in order to build capacity and efficiency
Percentage of public higher institutions with good governance and management 78 of public higher institutions with good governance and management 78 of public higher institutions with good governance and management Target achieved (no deviation)
Percentage registered Private Higher Education Institutions (PHEIs) complying to regulatory criteria 100 PHEIs registered complying to regulatory criteria 99 of PHEIs complied with the regulatory criteria Partially achieved 1 below target 2 (out of 166) PHEIs did not comply with the regulations and were de-registered
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments
Percentage of Statutes of universities reviewed and published in government gazette 100 of Statutes of universities reviewed and published in government gazette 100 - four statutes submitted for revision in 2012/13 were approved and published in the government gazette. Target achieved
Number of governance training workshops for ministerial appointees 1 governance training workshop for ministerial appointees 1 governance training workshop successfully held on 1 February 2013 Target achieved
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Number of universities with five Ministerial council appointees appointed 23 universities with five Ministerial council appointees appointed 18 universities with five ministerial appointees appointed Partially achieved 5 less universities than the target 18 universities with five ministerial appointees appointed
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
To develop and enhance the research capacity and productivity of universities To develop and enhance the research capacity and productivity of universities To develop and enhance the research capacity and productivity of universities To develop and enhance the research capacity and productivity of universities To develop and enhance the research capacity and productivity of universities
Number of postgraduate graduates 44 520 postgraduate graduates 43 067 postgraduate graduates Partially achieved 1 453 less graduates than targeted 2012 Audited 45 593 postgraduate graduates
Number of Masters graduates 4 978 Masters graduates 5 281 Masters graduates Target achieved (exceeded) 303 more graduates than targeted 2012 Audited 6 071 Masters graduates
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments Status as at 9 October 2013
Number of doctoral graduates 1 785 doctoral graduates 1 576 doctoral graduates Partially achieved 209 less graduates than targeted 2012 Audited 1 878 doctoral graduates
Number of publications 10 807 publications 11 191 publication units produced Target achieved (exceeded) 384 more than the target
Ratio of research output units per instructional / research staff 1.30 1.25 Partially achieved 0.05 below target 2012 Audited 1.30
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Programme 3 University Education
Performance indicators Planned Target for 2012/13 Actual achievement 2012/13 Comments
To maintain and enhance the Higher Education Management Information System (HEMIS) To maintain and enhance the Higher Education Management Information System (HEMIS) To maintain and enhance the Higher Education Management Information System (HEMIS) To maintain and enhance the Higher Education Management Information System (HEMIS)
Number of updates on the HEMIS for audited student and staff data 2 updates for 23 universities 2 updates for each of the 23 institutions student and staff data has been loaded into the National database and reports have been generated No deviation
Number of updates on the HEMIS system for final building space data from the Universities 1 annual update for 23 universities 1 annual update for each of the 23 institutions building space data has been loaded to the National database and reports have been generated No deviation
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Programme 3 University Education
Quarterly Performance on Predetermined Targets
Annual Allocation versus Expenditure 2013/14
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Programme 3 University Education
  • During the quarter under review there were no
    specific quarterly targets in the Annual
    Performance Plan to report against.
  • Progress towards ensuring the annual targets are
    being achieved
  • The two new universities, Sol Plaatje University
    in the Northern Cape Province, and the University
    of Mpumalanga in Mpumalanga Province, were
    established as legal entities during the quarter.
  • A Government Gazette indicating the Ministers
    intention to establish a new health and allied
    sciences university that will incorporate the
    Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA)
    Campus of the University of Limpopo was published
    for comment during the quarter.
  • The unbundling of the MEDUNSA campus from the UL
    is a parallel process that has also registered
    progress. The transitional arrangements in the
    form of a draft protocol have been developed
    during the quarter.
  • The Administrator of Vaal University of
    Technology (VUT) completed his term of office
    during the quarter and submitted his final
    report. The new Council for VUT was installed and
    has taken over the governance of the institution.

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Programme 3 University Education
  • The appointment of the Administrator at Walter
    Sisulu University (WSU) has been extended for a
    further six months to allow all aspects to be
    finalised before the Administrator leaves his
    office.
  • The investigation into allegations of
    irregularities at the University of Limpopo has
    been concluded and a report submitted to the
    Minister and the public protector. The Minister
    has written to the Council to attend to the
    matter.
  • The Report on the Review of Funding of
    Universities has been edited and ready for
    approval by the Minister for publishing.
  • A draft Teaching Development Grant Policy was
    developed and a workshop held with all
    universities during the quarter.
  • Training of Provincial Evaluators for the
    evaluation of qualifications for employment of
    educators in schooling started with the training
    of 18 Gauteng Provincial evaluators.
  • The Apply Now! campaign was implemented during
    the quarter. The campaign included three public
    events including a Launch by the Deputy Minister.
  • Work is progressing well and on track to achieve
    set targets. This is despite the serious lack of
    resources, particularly the lack of adequate
    personnel and funding to exercise sufficient
    oversight.

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Programme 3 University Education
Annual Allocation versus Expenditure 2013/14
Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure
Programme Allocation R000 Actual Expenditure R000 Variance R000 Spent
University Education 28 303 651 21 074 282 7 229 369 74.5
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Programme 4 Vocational and Continuing
Education and Training
Purpose To plan, develop, evaluate, monitor and
maintain national policy, programmes and systems
for vocational and continuing education and
training, including further education and
training colleges and post-literacy Adult
Education
Performance Status as at 31 March 2013 Performance Status as at 31 March 2013 Targets
Achieved 9
Partially achieved 10
Not achieved 3
Total Targets Total Targets 22
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Link between Expenditure and Budgets and
performance plans in relation to key indicators
Programme 4 Vocational and Continuing Education and Training R000 Adjusted Appropriation Actual Expenditure Deviation Virement applied Final Variance
Compensation of Employees 145 393 147 152 (1 759) 3 517 1 758
Goods and Services 52 842 52 950 (108) 417 309
Transfers and Subsidies 4 844 607 4 845 119 (512) 520 8
Machinery and Equipment 1 410 720 690 (554) 136
Total 5 044 252 5 045 941 (1 689) 3 900 2 211
Performance Information Achieved Partially Achieved Not Achieved
Targets (22) 9 10 3

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Programme 4 Vocational and Continuing
Education and Training
Performance indicators Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Increase access to and improve success in programmes leading to intermediate and high-level learning by 2014 Increase access to and improve success in programmes leading to intermediate and high-level learning by 2014 Increase access to and improve success in programmes leading to intermediate and high-level learning by 2014 Increase access to and improve success in programmes leading to intermediate and high-level learning by 2014 Increase access to and improve success in programmes leading to intermediate and high-level learning by 2014
Number of learners enrolled in AET Level 1-4 255 000 learners enrolled in AET Level 1-4 255 000 learners enrolled in AET Level 1-4 250 738 Partially achieved 4 262 learners below target The data provided by Provincial Education Department suggests that the funding of the programme is inadequate to support the envisaged expansion of adult education and training
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Programme 4 Vocational and Continuing
Education and Training
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Increase access to and improve success in programmes leading to intermediate and high-level learning by 2014 Increase access to and improve success in programmes leading to intermediate and high-level learning by 2014 Increase access to and improve success in programmes leading to intermediate and high-level learning by 2014 Increase access to and improve success in programmes leading to intermediate and high-level learning by 2014
Number of headcount enrolments in public FET College programmes 550 000 headcount enrolments in public FET college programmes 657 690 Target achieved (exceeded) Increased bursary funding made available through the NSFAS, the NSF and SETAs Increased focus by the Department on pro?ling of FET Colleges to make them institutions of choice Active campaigning through media and career guidance activities, by the Department to urge the youth to consider taking vocational programmes o?ered in FET Colleges
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Programme 4 Vocational and Continuing
Education and Training
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
National Senior Certificate for Adults (NASCA) developed Curriculum support programmes developed Curriculum support programmes were not developed Funding for the curriculum development function was only secured during the latter part of the financial year and progress on the project will commence during the 2013/14 financial year.
Number of FET College students awarded bursaries 180 826 NC(V) College students awarded bursaries 188 182 Target exceeded by 7 356. Extra funding was secured to cater for more students than was projected
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Programme 4 Vocational and Continuing
Education and Training
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Number of colleges offering NQF level 5 to 6 programmes 8 colleges offering higher education programmes 8 Colleges offering higher education programmes Target achieved
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Programme 4 Vocational and Continuing
Education and Training
Performance indicators Planned Target 2012/13 Actual Achievement 2012/13 Comments
Certification rates in the VET qualification GETC 30 NC(V) L2 44 NC(V) L3 45 NC(V) L4 47 N1-N3 33 N4-N6 40 GETC 37 NC(V) L2 43 NC(V) L3 43 NC(V) L4 41 N1-N3 24 N4-N6 25 Curriculum interventions coordinated by the Department assisted with the focus on performance in the GETC by emphasising the provisioning of learning and teaching support material, the training of educators and focusing on the Site Based Assessment Tasks. The low performance, except for the GETC, can mainly be attributed to lecturer capacity, institutio
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