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Title: Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation Presentation on the Conditional Grant Expenditure


1
Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and
Recreation Presentation on the Conditional Grant
Expenditure
1st quarter report 25 August 2010
2
Structure
  • Chief Directorate Sport and Recreation
  • The following Directorates are responsible for
    the implementation of the Conditional Grant
  • Sport Development and Coordination
  • Competitive Sport.
  • School Sport
  • Mass Participation
  • 2010 Technical Coordination

3
PROGRAMMES AND BUDGET
There are three programmes under this
grant Siyadlala R18,000,000 SSMPP R14,000,
000 LEGACY R31,650,000 6 COMPENSATION R
4,014,000 TOTAL R67,664,000
4
List of Siyadlala Projects
  • Marketing the hubs
  • Contract Workers
  • Holiday Programmes
  • Indigenous Games
  • Pool Programme
  • Golden Games
  • Marathons (Comrades, Soweto)
  • Gymnastrada
  • Cluster Specific Events
  • Youth Camps
  • Capacity Building
  • Equipment and Attire
  • Cuban Student
  • Spirit Games
  • 16 Days Of Activism

5
List of School Sport Mass Participation Projects
  • Contract Workers
  • School Sport Festivals
  • Capacity Building programmes
  • Equipment and Attire

6
List of Legacy Projects
  • Club Development
  • Sport Councils
  • Gauteng Sports House
  • Training and Development
  • Equipment and Clothing
  • Community Mobilisation 2010
  • 6.1. Ticketing
  • 6.2. Volunteer Programme
  • 6.3. Gauteng Gateway
  • 6.4. Mobilisation (GPG Holiday Programme)

7
List of Legacy Projects
7. 2010 Related Football Projects 7.1. Football
for Hope 7.2. Legends 7.3. Show me your Number
Awareness Campaign 7.4. Football Structures 7.5.
Football Museum 8. Public Viewing
8
List of Legacy Projects
9. Sport in Communities 9.1. Tennis 9.2.
Federation Support 9.3. Dream Fields 9.4. Lead
Schools (Athletics and Netball) 9.5. Schools
World Cup 9.6. LSEN Schools
9
Siyadlala- Progress Update
  • All Hubs had June/July integrated GPG holiday
    programme with Education adding 143 schools sites
    to the 51 hubs for the programme
  • 123106 participated, Females,-54116 Youth-114037,
    Disabled-615, Elderly-8761
  • 8000 participants visited heritage sites
    coordinated by Gauteng Tourism, SACR Heritage
    Unit, busses by Transport
  • 143 School sites were added to the 51 hubs that
    implemented a holiday programme
  • GCRA students volunteered to facilitate HP
    activities
  • SSA, Golden lions, Local Football association
    participated in the programme
  • Love-Life was fully involved in the programme
    with the Life-skills programme
  • SSMPP volunteered to facilitate sport programmes
    in schools We had 1300-150 participants in
    holiday programme sites
  • Municipalities supported the programme
  • Communities and Hub forum stakeholders were
    afforded opportunities to attend the World Cup
    games
  • Pool development with Black Ball Federation 1777
    participants in 15 hubs

10
SSMPP- Progress Update
  • Currently the Programme is operating in 325
    Schools.
  • 195 Primary Schools, 118 Secondary Schools 12
    Special Schools
  • These schools are divided into 21 Clusters.
  • Tshwane 6 Clusters, Ekuhurleni 4 Clusters,
    Sedibeng 4 Clusters
  • Johannesburg 1 3 Clusters Johannesburg 2 4
    Clusters
  • Schools visited by
  • SRSA
  • April LG Hoelele, Lesolang, Boikanyo,
    Mabopane, Soshagaan, Rekopatse Tshwane West
  • GDE SRAC
  • May Progress Paul Mosaka Pimville Khanya
    Lesedi Boneha Ratanda
  • June Bokomosa Tembisa .
  • Two Provincial Meetings were held with Cluster
    GDE District Coordinators in April May.

11
SSMPP- Progress Update
  • Various football festivals were held in the
    schools / clusters to promote mass participation
    activities. The focus of these festivals were to
    promote awareness on the World Cup. These
    festivals generated tremendous excitement and
    interest. Schools had to adopt countries.
  • All ten Dreams Teams schools organized mini
    World Cup Events. This culminated in Provincial
    events hosted by Khensani Primary Tshwane and
    Tembisa Secondary Ekurhuleni . These events
    were organized by the Young Leaders.
  • A Dreamfields event was held in April for the Jhb
    Inner City 16 Schools participated
  • The recruitment process of Sport Assistants in
    schools and Cluster Coordinators was
    successfully undertaken. 95 of appointments
    have been registered.

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Legacy Progress Update 1. Club Development
  • Progress Update
  • 12 meetings were held with Federations/codes on
    the programme to discuss the implementation as
    well as to get commitment from all the codes in
    the delivery of the objectives of the programme
    as set out in the National Blueprint.
  • Equipment handover took place with rugby
  • Federations have to submit their fixtures so that
    the transport can procured for the away league
    games.
  • From the second quarter the Capacity Building
    courses will start in August and end in February.
  • Purchasing of equipment and attire for clubs will
    take place in the third quarter. The
    specifications for the equipment and attire have
    been completed.
  • The budget spent thus far is R895,874.52. This
    was for compensation for the Assistant Director
    ,for equipment bought and capacity building
    courses that took place in February and March
    2010.

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2. Sport Councils
  • Progress Update
  • The Sports Council is a civil society
    organisation that is represented by Federations,
    regional sport Councils and NGOs
  • The aim of the Gauteng Sports Council is to
    enhance sport development in the Province in a
    manner that transforms the sporting sector to
    represent the population of the Province,
    promotes social stability, increases
    participation in sport and supports healthy
    lifestyles, builds Gauteng as a Home of
    Champions and the preferred destination for
    international sporting events.
  • The Gauteng Sports Council is operational and
    functional.
  • Their registration with CIPRO has been completed.
  • The programs that the GSC has in place are to
    coordinate capacity building programmes for
    members.(HIV/Aids, Crime, girl child programmes,
    Rural Development Activities, Raodshows (Getting
    the Province to play), Awareness programmes.
  • For the first quarter no funds have been spent.

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3. Sports House
  • Progress update
  • To provide administration and office space
    support for the Gauteng Sports Council,
    Provincial Federations, and other sport
    stakeholders
  • The Sport House assists many sport organisations
    in the Province that do not have designated
    areas/ offices to work from.
  • Many Sport organisations work from the boots of
    their Motor-cars or if they are privileged from
    the work offices.
  • The Sports House is an administrative and
    resource centre for sport organisations. It will
    assist the sport organisations to manage and
    administer their sport more effectively and
    efficiently.
  • The sports house is functional.
  • The office space for the Sports House is
    currently at the Joburg Stadium.
  • The long term view is to have an independent
    facility that will have administrative office,
    practice and playing facilities, accommodation,
    lecture rooms and a sports science area.
  • In the process of extending the lease for the
    sports house for another year. The current lease
    ends the 30 September 2010.
  • No budget spent for this quarter. Funds to be
    utilised during the third and fourth quarter

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4. Training and Development
  • Progress Update
  • The aim of training and development is to
    capacitate sport managers, coaches, technical
    officials, athletes and contract workers in order
    for them to deliver on their various areas of
    specialization.
  • By providing better administered and managed
    sport organisations.
  • Athletes are equipped with life skills that will
    assist them both on and off the field.
  • A debriefing meeting was held with the service
    providers (training logistics) and training
    departmental coordinators.
  • The reports, database and collection of the
    Portfolios of evidence (POEs) for the previous
    training that took place between January and
    March was completed.
  • Directorates are in the process of finalising
    the people to be trained.
  • The following training programmes will be
    implemented Sport Administration, Life skills
    programme, event management and generic coaching.
  • No budget spent as training will commence from
    August through to February 2011.

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5. Clothing and Equipment
  • Progress Update
  • The aim is to ensure that organisations that
    participate in the departmental programmes are
    equipped with equipment and attire as per the
    Conditional Grants outcome and prescripts.
  • Better resourced schools, communities and clubs
    so that they are able to participate
    competitively.
  • Units have consolidated their lists for their
    equipment.
  • The equipment and attire will be purchased during
    the third quarter.
  • 2010 SPU has started the procurement process for
    the support of the community Games underway-
    Specifications submitted. The Community games
    take place during December.

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6. Community Mobilisation-2010
  • 6.1. Ticketing
  • Progress Update
  • To mobilize and garner support for the National
    team as well as promote the world cup activation
  • The Department purchased 4613 World Cup tickets
    according to availability at the time of
    purchase.
  • These were distributed in the following manner
  • 1003 tickets for the Schools
  • 1007 tickets for the Special Homes (Orphanages
    and homes for the disabled)
  • 1012 tickets for the Football clubs from the
    different hubs
  • 545 tickets for the GPG departments stakeholders
    as directed by the Executive council in Gauteng.
  • The Provincial Treasury advised that SACR could
    purchase tickets as per its mandate and for mass
    mobilization but ensuring that spending is within
    the plans and budget and not in excess, adhere to
    financial management and general corporate
    governance policies and avoid wasteful and
    fruitless expenditure incurred by the department.

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6. Community Mobilisation-2010 (cont.)
  • 6.2. Volunteer Programme
  • Progress Update
  • The Volunteer Programme had a focus on the 2010
    FIFA World Cup, the greater vision was to provide
    an opportunity for the young people in particular
    to received training and development for the
    skills that would equip them in their future
    endeavors in the job market
  • The 2010 Project Unit coordinated and staged the
    general training of 1200 non-host city volunteers
    in line with the training programme that had been
    conducted in the training of the host
    city/LOC/FIFA volunteers.
  • The Department lead in the provision of the
    general training (office management, supervisor
    and group leaders administration, accreditation
    logistics welcome desk media marketing
    transport stadiums communications fan parks,
    PVAs and Township TVs and protocol) for the
    volunteers.

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6. Community Mobilisation-2010 (cont.)
  • The course was provided by a reputable service
    provider which is also THETA accredited.
  • The various GPG departments, government entities
    and other stakeholders provided specific training
    in accordance with the requirements of the sector
  • After the training and orientation, the
    volunteers were deployed in various areas, such
    as the PVAs, Park n Rides, Park n Walks, Fly
    the Flag support campaigns, Gig Rigs, School
    Holiday Programme, Maponya Mall/Nelson Mandela
    Foundation Programme and closer to Soccer City
    and Ellis Park Stadia
  • Others were on standby for any request for
    deployment either from host cities, FIFA or
    elsewhere.
  • The department is in the process of finalising
    the stipend payment for all deployed volunteers
    and coordinating a Closing Ceremony for them.

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6. Community Mobilisation-2010 (cont.)
  • 6.3. Gauteng Gateway
  • Progress Update
  • The Gauteng Gateway was the conduit set to
    mobilize the community of Gauteng via activations
    that sold the Province and promoted the World Cup
  • The activations included Football Friday and
    Football Supporters activation, among others.
  • In terms of the Football Friday, these went
    around the Province targeting and partnering with
    the three Districts and the Metros.
  • The Football events, costed at R1,694,469 were
    held every Friday from May 12th culminating in 30
    days, 10 days, 7 days and last Friday in
    townships and city venues.
  • The number of attendees varied area by area but
    averaged around 700 per day.
  • During these events 5 aside activities were
    played by male, female and legend teams.
  • .

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6. Community Mobilisation-2010 (cont.)
  • The South African Football Supporters Association
    played a major role in mobilizing football
    supporters towards participation, ownership,
    bringing the hype and interest in areas visited
    during the activations Teaching of the national
    symbols and national anthem was also done thereby
    promoting the Fly the Flag initiative.
  • Developmental and established artists were used
    to promote the art industry.
  • The South African Football Supporters
    Association (SASFA) were secured for the months
    of June and July at the cost of R200 000 and they
    played a major role in mobilizing football
    supporters towards participation, ownership,
    bringing the hype and interest in areas visited
    during the activations

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6. Community Mobilisation-2010 (cont.)
  • This was supported by a mobile truck that was
    converted to accommodate the logistical needs for
    such an operation.
  • The truck further served as a mobile Public
    Viewing venue during the World cup.
  • The final mobilization was aimed at supporting
    Ghana the only African team that went to the
    quarter finals.
  • The garnering of support for this team was
    taken to Berea, Sunnyside and Yeoville where
    social cohesion was evidenced by the communities
    that embraced each other and brought to reality
    the notion of African Cup

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6. Community Mobilisation-2010 (cont.)
  • 6.4. Mobilisation (GPG Holiday Programme)
  • Progress Update
  • To provide active and mass participation amongst
    communities
  • All Hubs had June/July integrated GPG holiday
    programme with Education adding 143 schools sites
    to the 51 hubs for the programme
  • 123106 participated, Females,-54116 Youth-114037,
    Disabled-615, Elderly-8761
  • 8000 participants visited heritage sites
    coordinated by Gauteng Tourism, SACR Heritage
    Unit, busses by Transport
  • GCRA students volunteered to facilitate Holiday
    Programme activities
  • .

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6. Community Mobilisation-2010 (cont.)
  • 6.4. Mobilisation (GPG Holiday Programme)
  • Swimming South Africa, Golden lions and Local
    Football associations also participated in the
    Holiday Programme by providing coaching
    programmes and educational talks Love-Life was
    fully involved in the programme with the
    Life-skills programme
  • SSMPP volunteered to facilitate sport programmes
    in schools.
  • Municipalities supported the programme
  • Communities and Hub forum stakeholders were
    afforded opportunities to attend the World Cup
    games
  • Pool development with Black Ball Federation 1777
    participants in 15 hubs

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7. 2010 Related Football Projects
  • 7.1. Football for Hope
  • Progress Update
  • The aim of the programmes is to increase access
    to football development and talent identification
    in disadvantaged communities.
  • Consultations with stakeholders have taken place.
  • Preparations were made with the National Youth
    Development Agency and the City of Joburg for the
    support of the Football for Hope.
  • Communication breakdown between the team
    coordinating the Football for Hope and the
    involvement of the province.
  • The provincial team was eliminated from the plans
    without information to Province.
  • Alternative plan being developed similar to the
    football for hope programme in the province to
    benefit other municipalities.
  • This is in Collaboration with the SA Soccer
    Legends and the SA Schools Football Association

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7. 2010 Related Football Projects (cont.)
  • 7.2. Legends
  • Progress Update
  • The aim of the programmes is to increase capacity
    and skills of relevant stakeholders.
  • The programme assist with capacity building
    programmes as follows
  • To train 14 former football professionals in
    sports administration and management.
  • To train 24 former football professionals in
    event and project management.
  • To support football development and talent
    identification in the hubs and school
  • Consultations are taking place with stakeholders.
  • The programme will be drafted with relevant
    target groups.
  • The venues for the training will be identified
    and normal procurement procedures will follow.
  •  Still awaiting compliance document from the
    SASL.
  • Plan to rollout programme from August 2010.
  • No budget was spent in the first quarter.

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7. 2010 Related Football Projects (cont.)
  • 7.3. Show me your Number Awareness Campaign
  • Progress Update
  • This project aims to raise HIV/AIDS awareness
    through a series of activities that will
    demonstrate the South African football players
    commitment to the fight against HIV/AIDS.
  • This project and its activities are in line with
    the National Strategic Plan on HIV and AIDS 2007
    2011, as well as SAFPUs own HIV and AIDS
    Policy.
  • SAPFU wants to promote programmes on HIV and
    AIDS, and showcase the soccer players public
    commitment in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
  • Raise awareness and increase the number of young
    people undergoing voluntary HIV testing
  • The plan has been submitted and the memorandum
    has been drafted for approval.
  • The following activities take place coaching
    clinics, VCT, Educational Theatre productions,
    dialogues.
  • The programme will commence in September through
    to December

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7. 2010 Related Football Projects (cont.)
  • 7.4. Football Structures
  • Progress Update
  • The aim is to assist the SAFA Structures in the
    Province in having efficient administration
    practices in place.
  • As part of the legacy of the World Cup, SAFA
    Structures in the Province will be assisted in
    improving their operations in terms of planning
    process, compliance and corporate governance
    matters. Facilitate the acquisition office space
    for Regional Structures.
  • There are 6 SAFA Regional structures in the
    province.
  • Consultative / or planning meeting was held with
    SAFA Gauteng - to discuss their needs and
    activities for the current year.
  • They have to submit their comprehensive plan by
    the end of July

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7. 2010 Related Football Projects (cont.)
  • 7.5. Football Museum
  • Progress Update
  • To provide a historical display of football in
    the Province.
  • The Department supported the moving museum
    exhibition which was launched during the world
    cup and displayed at the Mary Fitzgerald Square
    where the City of Joburg hosted its PVA.
  • The exhibition was displayed for 25 days and
    frequented by those who attended the daily
    matches screened at the Square.
  • The issue of the permanent home of this museum
    and future collaboration and location will be
    taken after the debriefing of the mobile
    exhibition.

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8. Public Viewing Areas (PVAs)
  • Progress Update
  • The PVA catered for the communities that were not
    able to attend the live matches for a variety of
    reasons.
  • Supported and facilitated the hosting of PVAs by
    all three districts and Metros targeting all
    Bafana games, the opening and the closing games.
  • These were hosted in halls, stadia as well in
    the mobile PVA truck which targeted the outskirt
    areas to ensure wide reach of the World Cup
    coverage.
  • The numbers who attend collectively exceeded 200
    000 spectators across the Province.
  • The Districts received R500k each and Metros
    R100k to support the hosting. Additionally,
    private establishments were assisted with
    equipment such as big screens and volunteers.
    this was done in partnership with Gauteng
    Enterprise Propeller.

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9. Sport in Communities
  • 9.1. Tennis
  • Progress Update
  •  The programme will assist with developing tennis
    players that can compete regionally,
    provincially, nationally and eventually
    Internationally.
  • Capacity building courses for managers, coaches
    and technical officials.
  • To establish tennis clubs
  • Consultative / or planning meeting was held with
    Tennis SA and Gauteng - to discuss their needs
    and activities for the current year.
  • Tennis to submit their comprehensive plan.
  • The programme to commence by September

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9. Sport in Communities
  • 9.2. Federation Support
  • Progress Update
  • The programme aims to assist federations through
    the Business in the Box (BIB)Project.
  • This project assists federations with their
    compliance documentation so that they are able to
    source funding from various entities.
  • Another area that will be focused on is Business
    Plan writing.
  • In the process of conducting a needs analysis
    with the federations to determine how many need
    the intervention.
  • Met with the service providers to discuss our
    requirements for the current year.

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9. Sport in Communities
  • 9.3. Dreamfields
  • Progress Update
  • The purpose of the project is to provide poor and
    rural schools with football kit with intention of
    rejuvenating the schools football leagues.
  • Dream Fields is an NGO structure that drives
    football Project across the Country.
  • The kit is used for playing football with other
    schools as well as with the participating Dream
    field school in that area.
  • The dream bag consist of 15 jerseys, 15 shorts,
    15 pair of socks, 15 sheen pads, 3 whistles, two
    pairs of goalkeeper gloves and the bag.

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9. Sport in Communities
  • Progress Update (Cont.)
  • This is a legacy project that was initiated as a
    result of the country hosting the 2010 FIFA World
    Cup.
  • Football festivals are arranged for a cluster of
    schools within a given education district.
  • The Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and
    Recreation has entered into a partnership with
    the Dream field Consortium to enhance the legacy
    projects.
  • The department gives a grant of R500 000, which
    is utilized for the purchase of Dream bags and to
    coordinate the festivals.
  • Dream field also solicit more funds from the
    public sector to match the government contribution

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9. Sport in Communities
  • 9.4. Lead Schools
  • Progress Update
  • To assist with mass participation of learners for
    talent Identification purposes.
  • The Department of SACR has noted the decline in
    terms of team representatively in athletes and
    netball events.
  • There are fewer blacks who represent Team Gauteng
    in national tournaments as a result of this
    decline.
  • The Department of SACR and the Gauteng Department
    of Education discussed the matter and resolved to
    have Lead Schools.

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9. Sport in Communities
  • 9.4. Lead Schools (Cont.)
  • Each district (15) will identify at least for
    schools as, one primary and one secondary school
    for athletics and one primary and one secondary
    for netball.
  • These schools will be provided with extra
    resources for the codes that they shall be
    selected for.
  • They will also be supported with capacity
    building for educators and a sports assistant
    where possible.
  • The federations will also provide technical
    support, these schools will also be expected to
    participate in the federation program
  • Eighty two schools will be identified for the
    current financial year to kick start the program.

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9. Sport in Communities
  • 9.5. Schools World Cup
  • Progress Update
  • For schools to participate and emulate what was
    taking place in the country.
  • My 2010 School Adventure is a FIFA world Cup
    initiative tournament.
  • This is a collaboration between the FIFA 2010
    Organizing Committee (LOC), Sport and Recreation
    South Africa (SRSA) Department of Basic Education
    (DoBE) partnering with ADIDAS and Coca Cola.
  • These were a national tournament which was
    divided into a participation pillar and
    educational pillars. Participation Pillars is a
    football tournament and the educational pillars
    was Poetry and Art.

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9. Sport in Communities
  • 9.5. Schools World Cup (Cont.)
  • The department concentrated on the participation
    pillar.
  • The province had nine hundred and thirty school
    who participated in the knock out football
    tournament.
  • The tournament was divided into three categories
    namely boys and girls under 14, boys and girls
    under 18 and LSEN schools boys and girls open
    age.
  • Thirty schools participated at the provincial
    tournament of My 2010 Schools Adventure.
  • Six schools were selected to represent Gauteng
    in the national tournament. The national event
    took place in Gauteng at Marks Park sports
    Complex from the 7th - 9th May 2010.
  • Gauteng girls under 14 and under 18 where bronze
    medalist in their respective groups.

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9. Sport in Communities
  • 9.6. LSEN Schools
  • Progress Update
  • To give people with disabilities the opportunity
    to participate in various sporting activities.
  • These are schools that are classified as schools
    with Learners with Specialized Educational Needs
    (LSEN).
  • Due to the various forms of disabilities that
    these learners have they organize their own
    disability specific tournaments.
  • The department of SACR and GDE provide
    logistical, administrative and technical support
    during their events.
  • .

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9. Sport in Communities
  • 9.6. LSEN Schools
  • The province has 119 LSEN schools.
  • They participate in the following disciplines
    single coded events athletics, aquatics,
    multi-coded events football, netball, boccha ,
    goal ball and wheelchair basketball.
  • The role of the department is to ensure that
    learners with disabilities do participate in
    sport and they have the necessary support.

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CHALLENGES
  • Events hosted late at night posed risks for
    personnel and spectators, especially in far out
    and unlit areas
  • Reaction to events as they surfaced that
    stretched the capacity of the Directorate
  • Lack of staff in some units which hampers the
    implementation of programmes.
  • Service Level Agreements with Local Government
    with regard to office space as well as for the
    implementation of programmes.
  • Priority Wards
  • Stakeholders do not submit their business plans
    timeously.
  • Un-communicated change of plans by stakeholders
  • Procurement processes hampers the delivery of
    services.

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MONITORING CAPACITY
  • Monitoring of the programme is lacking. However,
    the required staff to assist with this is being
    reworked for submission to the HOD.
  • The Department under-spent on the Grants. The
    reasons for this is as follows
  • Most of the programmes were not implemented due
    to the FIFA World Cup.
  • The department implemented the integrated GPG
    holiday Programme and most of the Human Resources
    were deployed to this activity. Since this took
    place during June/ July the expenditure will
    reflect during the second quarter.

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REPORTS
  • Funds are not transferred to other department or
    municipalities due to the fact that the Grant
    does not make provision for this.
  • The funds are utilised under Goods and Services.

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EXPENDITURE- 1ST QUARTER

PROGRAMME BUDGET SPENT AVAILABLE
Siyadlala R18,000,000 R1,854,119 16,145,881
SSMPP R14,000,000 R3,945,283 R10,054,717
Legacy R31,650,000 R3,782,113 R27,867,887
Compensation R 4,014,000 R 74,429 R3,939,571
TOTAL R67,664,000 R9,655,941 R58,008,059
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