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Title: PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE


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  • PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE
  • 2015/16-2019/20 STRATEGIC AND ANNUAL PERFORMANCE
    PLAN
  • DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES
  • 24 MARCH 2015

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Presentation Outline
  • Strategic overview
  • Strategic goals and objectives
  • Strategic outcome oriented goals
  • Objective statements
  • Annual Performance Plans
  • Budget

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Compliance Statement
  • In terms of Section 55(2)(b) and Section 56 of
    the Constitution, the National Assembly must
    provide mechanisms to maintain oversight of any
    organ of state and may summon/require any
    institution to report to it.
  • In acknowledgement of the responsibility of the
    Portfolio Committee, the Department of
    Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF)
    herewith
  • Presents its 2015/16-2019/20 Strategic Plan and
    2015/16 Annual Performance Plan (APP) to enable
    the Portfolio Committee to exercise oversight and
    to recommend the same to Parliament.
  • Reports that the Strategic Plan and APP was
    tabled in Parliament on 11 March 2015.
  • This Strategic Plan is in line with the
    requirements of the Public Finance Management Act
    (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations.

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Overview
  • The Strategic Plan is premised on key government
    medium-term priorities that are
  • informed by the National Development Plan (NDP)
    and the New Growth Path (NGP), which repositions
    food security and agrarian transformation high on
    the economic
  • development agenda of the country.
  • Groundbreaking legislative and policy reforms
    were undertaken, which will take us forward to
    collectively champion a cause for marginalised
    and vulnerable people in the sector through
  • National Policy on Food and Nutrition Security
  • Agriculture Policy Action Plan (APAP)
  • Employment in the sector
  • Improved livelihoods
  • Agricultural Exports and Trade

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Organisational Environment
  • Agriculture is a concurrent function, while
    Forestry and Fisheries are national functions.
  • Human resource planning is central to the
    determination of the departmental capacity
    requirements to maximise achievement.
  • In response to environmental and policy
    directives the following five Human Resources
    priorities are identified
  • Repositioning Human Resources as a strategic
    partner to enable DAFF to achieve its strategic
    objectives
  • Employment of the youth in the agricultural,
    forestry and fisheries sector
  • Transformation of the workforce
  • Review of the departmental organisational
    structure to facilitate integration and eliminate
    duplication of functions and
  • Management of the challenges of an ageing and
    ailing workforce and employee absenteeism.

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2015/16 2019/20 STRATEGIC PLAN
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Strategic Overview
  • VISION
  • United and transformed agriculture, forestry and
    fisheries sector that ensures food
  • security for all and economic prosperity.
  • MISSION
  • Advancing food security, job creation, economic
    growth and transformation of the sector through
    innovative, inclusive and relevant policies,
    legislation and programmes.
  • VALUES
  • Drive driven to deliver excellent service
    through leadership and professionalism
  • Attitude being an ambitious, passionate,
    reliable and dedicated workforce
  • Fairness acting with objectivity, empathy,
    integrity and transparency
  • Focus focusing on people, food security, job
    creation, growth and transformation

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Legislative and Policy Mandates
  • Constitutional mandate Derived from sections
    24(b)(iii), 27(1)(b) of the Constitution.
  • Legislative mandate Derived from Acts related
    to agriculture, forestry and fisheries, which are
    managed by the DAFF.
  • The policy mandates include
  • National Development Plan (NDP)
  • Medium Term Strategic Framework (MTSF)
  • Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP)
  • State of the Nation Address (SONA)
  • Budget Speech
  • Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Strategic
    Framework
  • Agricultural Policy Action Plan (APAP)
  • .

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Situational Analysis Key Issues
  • Thousands of hectares of underutilised arable
    land in homelands is a challenge. The arable
    land in communal areas will be put into
    production, with focused support for input
    access, mechanisation services, technical support
    and linkages to local markets.
  • Increased movement of goods and people which, in
    turn, has led to increased risk to the country
    and the necessity for increased measures to
    anticipate and prevent possible introduction of
    animal diseases, plant pests and other
    undesirable articles such as unsafe food and
    feed, including agricultural remedies.
  • The growing food insecurity not only in South
    Africa, but in Southern Africa climate change
    and inadequate investment in agricultural
    production.
  • Market access for developing producers has also
    been identified as one of the key challenges for
    the Department.
  • The challenge facing the sector is to diversify
    its export destinations, as well as to broaden
    the basket of commodities and value-added
    products that are destined for export markets.
  • The challenge of growing the smallholder sector
    is closely tied up with the challenge of making
    smallholder agriculture more remunerative.
    Currently, more than half of all smallholder
    households live below the poverty line.

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Situational Analysis Key Issues cont
  • One of the main limitations with fisheries is
    that catch volumes depend on fish stocks, which
    vary naturally and/or are subject to depletion
    owing to over-exploitation.
  • Inshore species, especially, tend to be in a
    state of stock depletion, increasing illegal
    fishing and poaching, and increasing demand for
    access to the finite marine resources.
  • Promote transformation in the sector by modifying
    its licensing regime as per the Small-scale
    Fisheries Sector Policy in South Africa.
  • Decline in both softwood and hardwood plantation
    area planted since the mid-1990s, and secondly,
    there has been a marked increase in the area for
    pulpwood purposes as compared to the area for saw
    logs and mining timber.
  • Shortages of timber products biased equity
    distributing in the value chain slow
    afforestation uptake owing to cumbersome
    licensing processes and the impact of natural
    hazards, which threaten food security.
  • It is important to note that the competitiveness
    of agriculture is being eroded by high and rising
    input costs.
  • Unsustainable land-use practices are intensifying
    and this has contributed to the deterioration of
    soils.

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Strategic Planning Process
  • Strategic Planning, and performance monitoring
    and reporting, is an institutionalised
  • business process.
  • It is a iterative annual process
  • May The Department commences with the planning
    process by conducting an environmental scan.
  • June Consolidate research, and identify high
    level priorities.
  • July-August The Planning Quarterly Review
    Meeting (PQRM) takes place to prepare the first
    draft Strategic Plan and Annual Performance Plan.
  • August First draft Strategic Plan submitted to
    Department of Planning Monitoring and Evaluation
    (DPME) and National Treasury.
  • October Develop second draft Strategic Plan,
    refine the indicators and align to government
    wide priorities.
  • November - Submit second draft Strategic Plan to
    DPME and National Treasury.
  • December, January - February Refine the
    Strategic Plan, align the budget and all the
    requirements in preparation for tabling.

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Strategic Outcome Oriented Goals
Strategic Goals Strategic Objectives
1 Effective and efficient strategic leadership, governance and administration 1.1 Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and good governance practices 1.2 Strengthen the support, guidance and interaction with stakeholders 1.3 Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the sector
2 Enhance production, employment and economic growth in the sector 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains 2.2 Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks 2.3 Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and fisheries products
3 Enabling environment for food security and sector transformation 3.1 Lead and coordinate government food security initiatives 3.2 Enhance capacity for efficient delivery in the sector 3.3 Strengthen planning, implementation and monitoring of comprehensive support programmes
4 Sustainable use of natural resources in the sector 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural resources 4.2 Ensure adaptation and mitigation to climate change through effective implementation of prescribed frameworks
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Strategic Outcome Oriented Goals
Goals Statement/Purpose
Goal 1 Provide leadership and administrative support to achieve sector and all organisational goals in accordance with prescribed frameworks
Goal 2 Ensure profitable and safe production that contributes to increased market access
Goal 3 Lead and create an enabling environment for the transformation of the sector and the effective implementation of governments initiatives directed at food security, job creation and growth
Goal 4 Ensure sustainable use of natural resources
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Objective Statements Programme 1 (Five Years)
  • Maintain a sound system of internal controls and
    risk management through the
  • implementation of
  • Risk management plan, development of internal
    audit plan, the fraud and corruption prevention
    strategy
  • Effective oversight of departmental performance
    management
  • Strengthen the skills and human resource base
    through implementation of the HR plan
  • Reduction in the number of days to finalise
    misconduct cases
  • Improvement in financial management to obtain
    unqualified audit opinion
  • Development finance policy framework to align and
    integrate funding facilities in DAFF
  • Designing of Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
  • Legislation review programme

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Objective Statements Programme 1 Cont
  • Strengthen relations and communication between
    national, provincial and international
    stakeholders through the coordination of
    institutional structures and development of media
    plans
  • Institutionalize integrated planning processes
    and mechanisms to reflect broad strategic
    outcomes of government by
  • Coordination of the policy and research agenda to
    align with the Departments mandate and key
    strategic priorities and protocols
  • Providing oversight to public entities
  • Ensuring a common project management approach
  • Implementing performance measures to improve
    decision-making
  • Strengthening the sector information management
    system
  • Provision of reports on the implementation of
    Agricultural Policy Action Plan interventions

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Objective Statements Programme 2 (Five Years)
  • Promote animal production and products through
    monitoring the implementation of animal and plant
    improvement schemes for prioritised value chain
    commodities
  • Enforce regulatory frameworks to reduce the level
    of disease outbreaks in production areas to a
    minimum by
  • Conducting planned animal (Peste des Petits
    Ruminants (PPR), African horse sickness and Avian
    Influenza) risk surveillance
  • Conducting planned plant (Exotic fruit fly)
    disease and pests risk surveillance
  • Implementing regulatory compliance and monitoring
    interventions to prevent plant and animal pests
    and disease outbreaks (Quarantine, inspections,
    surveillance and testing)
  • Ensure animal disease management and access to
    primary health care services through the
    implementation of the Animal Diseases and
    Management Plan and implementation of Compulsory
    Community Services (CCS) by deploying veterinary
    graduates to rural areas and delivering primary
    animal health care clinics to provinces
  • Promote conservation by developing and
    implementing the National Plan for Conservation
    and Sustainable Use of Farm Animal Genetic
    Resources

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Objective Statements Programme 3 (Five Years)
  • Institutionalise the National Policy on Food and
    Nutrition Security initiatives by 2019/20
    through
  • Coordination of the implementation of the
    National Policy on Food and Nutrition Security
  • Increasing the number of households benefiting
    from food and nutrition security initiatives by
    200 000
  • Supporting 80 000 smallholder producers
  • Cultivate 600 000 hectares of under-utilised
    land in communal areas for production
  • Improve delivery capacity in support of
    sustainable growth in the sector through the
    implementation of the National Agriculture,
    Forestry Fisheries Training and Education
    Strategy and National Policy on Extension and
    Advisory Services, as well as deploying extension
    support practitioners to target areas
  • Provide strategic leadership to ensure effective
    and efficient utilisation of all producer
    development support through the development and
    implementation of the Comprehensive Producer
    Support Policy and creation of 110 000 jobs
    through CASP and Ilima/Letsema by 2019/20

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Objective Statements Programme 4 (Five Years)
  • Improve market access through implementation of
  • South African Good Agricultural Practices
    (SA-GAP) , global GAP and SA-Livestock-GAP
    certification programmes
  • Citrus Emerging Export Excellence Programme
  • Fruit and Aquaculture Value Chain Round-Table
    (AVCRT) / Network
  • Trade Strategy and International Relations
    Strategy
  • Trade Competiveness Development Plan
  • Establish 78 new cooperatives, support (training)
    of 595 existing cooperatives
  • Monitoring the implementation of the AgriBEE
    Sector Code and Forestry Sector Code

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Objective Statements Programme 5 (Five Years)
  • Ensure the conservation, protection,
    rehabilitation and sustainable forest management
    by
  • Replanting of hectares in Temporary Unplanted
    Plantation areas
  • Certification of 3 plantations for the Forestry
    Stewardship Council
  • Conducting environmental impact assessments to
    enable Small Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs)
    to obtain afforestation licences and the
    implementation of Agro-forestry Strategy
  • Create 7 875 jobs through refurbishment of
    Category BC plantations
  • 4 000 Full-Time Equivalent jobs though the
    LandCare programme
  • Revitalize hectares on irrigation schemes
  • Promulgation of the Preservation and Development
    of Agricultural Land Framework Bill by Parliament
  • Restoring 80 000 hectares of agricultural land
    and 1 500 hectares of state indigenous forests
    and woodlands through rehabilitation that
    includes -- area fencing, controlling of weeds
    and alien invasive species, veld reclamation,
    clearing of alien invasive plants, tree planting,
    soil conservation works and natural regeneration
  • Implement climate change mitigation and
    adaptation plan to improve adaptability and
    productivity of livestock and plant species

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Objective Statements Programme 6 (Five Years)
  • Create an enabling environment for sector growth
    through
  • Implementation of the Aquaculture Bill
  • Providing support to aquaculture catalyst
    projects for sustainable development of the
    aquaculture sector as per Operation Phakisa and
    supporting research projects
  • Creation of 2 251 job opportunities through
    Working for Fisheries Programme
  • Develop and implement the Framework for
    allocation of fishing rights (access to harvest
    fish for a specific period of time) and the
    implementation of Small-scale Fishing Policy to
    alleviate poverty, promote food security and to
    ensure sustainable utilisation, as well as
    equitable and orderly access to the marine living
    resources
  • Ensure compliance and management of fish stocks
    through
  • Implementation of Integrated Fisheries Security
    Strategy (IFSS) enforcement mechanisms to combat
    illegal fishing activities
  • Updating of recovery plans for Abalone and West
    Coast Rock Lobster to increase fish stock levels

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Summary of Jobs to be created
Key outcome 4 Decent employment through inclusive economic growth Key outcome 4 Decent employment through inclusive economic growth Key outcome 4 Decent employment through inclusive economic growth Key outcome 4 Decent employment through inclusive economic growth Key outcome 4 Decent employment through inclusive economic growth Key outcome 4 Decent employment through inclusive economic growth Key outcome 4 Decent employment through inclusive economic growth
Strategic goal 2 Enhance production, employment and economic growth in the sector Strategic goal 2 Enhance production, employment and economic growth in the sector Strategic goal 2 Enhance production, employment and economic growth in the sector Strategic goal 2 Enhance production, employment and economic growth in the sector Strategic goal 2 Enhance production, employment and economic growth in the sector Strategic goal 2 Enhance production, employment and economic growth in the sector Strategic goal 2 Enhance production, employment and economic growth in the sector
Indicators 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 Total
Number of jobs created through refurbishment of Category B and C plantations 1 575 j obs 1 575 jobs 1 575 jobs 1 575 jobs 1 575 jobs 7 875
Number of LandCare jobs full-time equivalents (FTEs) created 800 FTEs 800 FTEs 800 FTEs 800 FTEs 800 FTEs 4 000
Number of FTE jobs ( Working for Fisheries Programme) 535 FTEs 600 FTEs 558 FTEs 558 FTEs - 2 251
Number of jobs created through CASP 8 000 jobs 12 000 jobs 15 000 jobs 15 000 jobs 15 000 jobs 65 000
Number of jobs created through Ilima/Letsema 7 000 jobs 8 000 jobs 10 000 jobs 10 000 jobs 10 000 jobs 45 000
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2015/16 ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN
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  Strategic Goal 1 Effective and efficient
strategic leadership, governance and
administration
Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Efficient and effective risk management Risk register developed Risk Management Plan implemented Risk Management Plan implemented Risk Management Plan Implemented Risk Management Plan Implemented Risk Management Plan Implemented
Fraud Prevention and Anticorruption Strategy developed Review and implement the Fraud Prevention and Anticorruption Strategy Review and implement the Fraud Prevention and Anticorruption Strategy Review and implement the Fraud Prevention and Anticorruption Strategy Review and implement the Fraud Prevention and Anticorruption Strategy Review and implement the Fraud Prevention and Anticorruption Strategy
Risk based Internal Audit Annual Plan implemented - 3-year Risk-based Internal Audit Annual Plan implemented 3-year Risk-based Internal Audit Annual Plan Implemented 3-yearRisk-based Internal Audit Annual Plan implemented 3-year Risk-based Internal Audit Annual Plan implemented -
Effective oversight of departmental performance - Analysis of departmental performance reports Analysis of departmental performance reports Analysis of departmental performance reports Analysis of departmental performance reports Analysis of departmental performance reports
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  Strategic Goal 1 Effective and efficient
strategic leadership, governance and
administration
Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Cont. Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Cont. Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Cont. Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Cont. Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Cont. Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Cont. Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Cont.
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Human Resource Plan implemented IHRMP implementation reports submitted to the DSPA HR Plan developed and implemented HR Plan adjusted and implemented HR Plan adjusted and implemented HR Plan adjusted and implemented HR Plan reviewed, adjusted and implemented
Average number of days to finalise cases of misconduct improved - New misconduct cases finalized within an average of 100 days New misconduct cases finalized within an average of 100 days New misconduct cases finalized within an average of 90 days New misconduct cases finalized within an average of 90 days New misconduct cases finalized within an average of 90 days
Business Continuity Plan (BCP) designed - BCP (untested) approved by EXCO Testing and implementation of the DAFF BCP and ICT DRP Monitor the business environment And update or adjust the BC P and the DAFF ICT DRP Monitor the business Environment and update or adjust the BC P and the DAFF ICT DRP Review the BCP and the ICT DRP and Submit revised versions to EXCO for Approval
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  Strategic Goal 1 Effective and efficient
strategic leadership, governance and
administration
Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts Strategic Objective 1.1. Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and key governance prescripts
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Unqualified audit report on financial statements Unqualified audit report for 2012/13 was achieved Unqualified audit report on financial statements Unqualified audit report on financial statements Unqualified audit report on financial statements Unqualified audit report on financial statements Unqualified audit report on financial statements
Integrated Development Finance Framework implemented - Integrated Development Finance Framework implemented Integrated Development Finance Framework implemented Implementation and review of the Integrated Development Finance Framework Implementation and review of the Integrated Development Finance Framework Implementation and review of the Integrated Development Finance Framework
Number of bills tabled in Cabinet The Marine Living Resources Amendment Bill was passed by the National Council of Provinces 3 3 3 3 2
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  Strategic Goal 1 Effective and efficient
strategic leadership, governance and
administration
Strategic Objective 1.2. Strengthen the support, guidance and interaction with stakeholders Strategic Objective 1.2. Strengthen the support, guidance and interaction with stakeholders Strategic Objective 1.2. Strengthen the support, guidance and interaction with stakeholders Strategic Objective 1.2. Strengthen the support, guidance and interaction with stakeholders Strategic Objective 1.2. Strengthen the support, guidance and interaction with stakeholders Strategic Objective 1.2. Strengthen the support, guidance and interaction with stakeholders Strategic Objective 1.2. Strengthen the support, guidance and interaction with stakeholders
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Number of stakeholder engagements coordinated Stakeholder Engagement Implementation Plan developed 11 functional institutional structures coordinated 11 functional institutional structures coordinated 11 functional institutional structures coordinated 11 functional institutional structures coordinated 11 functional institutional structures coordinated
Intergovernmental Strategy implemented Development of IGR Strategy plan Intergovernmental Strategy Plan implemented Intergovernmental Strategy Plan implemented Intergovernmental Strategy Plan implemented Intergovernmental Strategy Plan approved and implemented Intergovernmental Strategy Plan approved and implemented
Communication Strategy implemented A total of 9 media plans were developed and approved 6 Communication and media plans implemented 6 Communication and media plans implemented 6 Communication and media plans implemented 6 Communication and media plans implemented 6 Communication and media plans implemented
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  Strategic Goal 1 Effective and efficient
strategic leadership, governance and
administration
Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Integrated planning framework institutionalized The departmental Strategic Plan for 2013/14 2017/18 was tabled in Parliament Departmental Strategic Plan (APPs) approved Departmental APPs approved Annual APPs approved Annual APPs approved Annual APPs approved
2013/14 annual non-financial performance report approved Departmental non-financial performance reports approved Departmental non-financial performance reports approved Departmental non-financial performance reports approved Departmental non-financial performance reports approved Departmental non-financial performance reports approved
APAP sector and cross cutting interventions implemented - Annual report on implementation of APAP Interventions. Framework Implemented as part of APAP review, with report to Cabinet Annual report on implementation of APAP interventions Annual report on implementation of APAP interventions Annual report on implementation of APAP interventions Annual report on all APAP sector and crosscutting interventions being Implemented
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  Strategic Goal 1 Effective and efficient
strategic leadership, governance and
administration
Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont.
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Governance oversight of public entities - Public entities Governance protocols approved Facilitate the implementation of Public entities Governance Protocols Facilitate the implementation of Public entities Governance Protocols Facilitate the implementation of Public entities Governance Protocols Facilitate the implementation of Public entities Governance Protocols
Sector information management system strengthened - Update economical and statistical baseline data for the sector Update economical and statistical baseline data for the sector Update economical and statistical baseline data for the sector Update economical and statistical baseline data for the sector Update economical and statistical baseline data for the sector
Policy and research reviewed for alignment to key strategic priorities and protocols The targeted RD Programme developed Sector research agenda implemented and monitored Sector research agenda reviewed for alignment to key strategic priorities Sector research agenda implemented and monitored Sector research agenda implemented and monitored Sector research agenda implemented and monitored
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  Strategic Goal 1 Effective and efficient
strategic leadership, governance and
administration
Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont. Strategic Objective 1.3. Strengthen institutional mechanisms for integrated policy, planning, monitoring and evaluation in the Sector Cont.
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Policy and research reviewed for alignment to key strategic priorities and Protocols. Cont. Status of internal policies and procedures has been completed Sectoral policies reviewed Sectoral policies reviewed Sectoral policies reviewed Sectoral policies reviewed Sectoral policies reviewed
Project management approach for the department institutionalized Front-end of the programme/ projects management system designed Project assessment report approved Project assessment report approved Project assessment report approved Project assessment report approved Project assessment report approved
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  Strategic Goal 2 Enhance production,
employment and economic growth in the sector
Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Number of Animal improvement schemes for prioritized value chain commodities monitored - 2 animal improvement schemes monitored (Kaonafatso ya dikgomo and poultry) 2 animal improvement schemes monitored 2 animal improvement schemes monitored 2 animal improvement schemes monitored 2 animal improvement schemes monitored
Number of plant improvement schemes for prioritised value chain commodities monitored - 2 plant improvement schemes monitored (seed and fruit) 2 plant improvement schemes monitored 2 plant improvement schemes monitored 2 plant improvement schemes monitored 2 plant improvement schemes monitored
Number of aquaculture catalyst projects identified and listed under Operation Phakisa supported 10 fish farms supported 4 Operation Phakisa projects for phase 1 supported 5 Operation Phakisa projects for phase 1 supported. 3 operation phakisa projects for phase 2 supported 4 Operation Phakisa projects for phase 3 supported 4 Operation Phakisa projects for phase 3 supported 3 Operation Phakisa projects for phase 3 supported
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Strategic Goal 2 Enhance production, employment
and economic growth in the sector cont
Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains cont. Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains cont. Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains cont. Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains cont. Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains cont. Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains cont. Strategic Objective 2.1 Ensure increased production and productivity in prioritised areas as well as value chains cont.
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Number of aquaculture research projects conducted Research projects on inter actions between aquaculture operations and the environment 2 new research studies on genetics and nutrition for aquaculture species conducted 2 new research studies on new candidate Species for aquaculture conducted 2 new research studies on production systems for new candidate species for aquaculture conducted 2 new research studies on economics of new Candidate species for aquaculture conducted 2 new research studies on food safety for new aquaculture species conducted
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  Strategic Goal 2 Enhance production,
employment and economic growth in the sector
Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Number of Planned animal disease risk surveillance conducted 2 planned animal disease surveillances were conducted (National pig survey and avian influenza) 2 animal disease surveillance surveys conducted (avian influenza and PPR) 2 animal disease surveillance surveys conducted (African horse sickness and avian influenza) 2 animal disease surveillance surveys conducted (African horse sickness and avian influenza) 1 animal surveillance surveys conducted 1 animal surveillance surveys conducted
Number of Planned plant disease risk surveillance conducted A final report on the National Exotic Fruit Fly Surveillance Programme of South Africa was concluded 1 plant disease and pest risk surveillance conducted (exotic fruit fly) 1 plant disease and pest risk surveillance conducted (exotic fruit fly) 1 plant pest surveillance conducted (exotic fruit fly) 1 plant pest surveillance conducted (exotic fruit fly) 1 plant pest surveillance conducted (exotic fruit fly)
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Strategic Goal 2 Enhance production, employment
and economic growth in the sector cont.
Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont
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Number of regulatory compliance and monitoring interventions implemented An annual report on the regulatory compliance and monitoring interventions concluded 4 regulatory interventions implemented (quarantine inspections, surveillance and testing) 4 regulatory interventions implemented (quarantine inspections, surveillance and testing) 4 regulatory interventions implemented (quarantine inspections, surveillance and testing) 4 regulatory interventions Implemented (quarantine inspections, surveillance and Testing) 4 regulatory interventions Implemented (quarantine inspections, surveillance and testing)
Number of veterinary graduates deployed to rural communities - 140 veterinary graduates deployed to rural communities 140 veterinary graduates deployed to rural communities 150 veterinary graduates deployed to rural communities 150 veterinary graduates deployed to rural communities 160 veterinary graduates deployed to rural communities
Number of primary animal health care Clinics delivered to provinces - 18 primary animal health care clinics delivered to provinces - - - -
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Strategic Goal 2 Enhance production, employment
and economic growth in the sector cont.
Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont Strategic Objective 2.2. Effective management of bio-security and related sector risks cont
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Animal Disease Management Plan implemented - Developed a Veterinary Strategy Develop enabling Legislation for the implementation of the strategy Develop finance plans for the strategy Animal Disease Management Plan developed Implement strategy
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Strategic Goal 2 Enhance production, employment
and economic growth in the sector cont.
2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products
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Enabling environment for smallholder access to markets 9 smallholder and commercial producers In rural areas linked to mainstream markets And downstream Agro-processing enterprises 18 32 64 128 256
Value Chain Round tables/ networks implemented A comprehensive progress report on the Activities and the work of the AVCRT and its Working groups sent to the Minister and the DG Aquaculture Value Chain Round-Table (AVCRT)/ network implemented Aquaculture Value Chain Round- Table (AVCRT)/ network implemented Aquaculture Value Chain Round- Table (AVCRT)/ network implemented Aquaculture Value Chain Round- Table (AVCRT)/ network implemented Aquaculture Value Chain Round- Table (AVCRT)/ network implemented
Value Chain Round tables/ networks implemented Fruit Industry Value Chain Round Table (FIVCRT)/ network implemented FIVCRT/ network implemented FIVCRT/ network implemented FIVCRT/ network implemented FIVCRT/ network implemented
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Strategic Goal 2 Enhance production, employment
and economic growth in the sector cont.
2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont.
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Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Trade Competitiveness Development Plan implemented - Market opportunity Profile report Market opportunity Profile plan Market Opportunity Profile Plan implemented Market Opportunity Profile Plan implemented Market Opportunity Profile Plan implemented
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Trade Competitiveness Development Plan implemented - Implement trade agreements and participate in trade negotiations Implement trade agreements and participate in trade negotiations Implement trade agreements and participate in trade negotiations Implement trade agreements and participate in trade negotiations Implement trade agreements and participate in trade negotiations
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Trade Competitiveness Development Plan implemented - Implement Capacity Building Programme On market research And market intelligence Implement Capacity Building Programme On market research And market intelligence Implement Capacity Building Programme On market research And market intelligence Implement Capacity Building Programme On market research And market intelligence Implement Capacity Building Programme On market research And market intelligence
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Strategic Goal 2 Enhance production, employment
and economic growth in the sector cont.
2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont.
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International Relations Strategy implemented Implementation Of bilateral Engagements and new agreements facilitated Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within South-South, North-South and multilateral agencies/ forums Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within South-South, North-South and multilateral Agencies/forums Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within South-South, North-South and multilateral agencies/ forums Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within South-South, North-South and multilateral Agencies/forums Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within South-South, North-South and multilateral Agencies/forums
International Relations Strategy implemented - Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within Africa and Africa Multilateral agencies for Implementation of the joint projects and action plans Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within Africa and Africa Multilateral agencies for Implementation of the joint projects And action plans Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within Africa and Africa Multilateral agencies for Implementation of the joint projects And action plans Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within Africa and Africa Multilateral agencies for Implementation of the joint projects And action plans Report on strategic Engagement of Partners within Africa and Africa Multilateral agencies for Implementation of the joint projects And action plans
International Relations Strategy implemented CAADP provincial Consultations held in all 9 provinces in preparation of the signing of CAADP compact DAFF nation CAADP investment plan approved and lounged Review and monitor The national AFF Investment Plan Adapt the CAADP Results. Framework Developed by NPCA to determine impact of the national AFF Investment Plan Report to AU on the implementation of National AFF Investment Plan Report to AU on the implementation of National AFF Investment Plan

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  Strategic Goal 2 Enhance production,
employment and economic growth in the sector cont.
2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont. 2.3. Ensure support for market access and processing of agriculture, forestry and Fisheries Products Cont.
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Number of commodity-based cooperatives established 11 commodity-based cooperatives established 18 18 16 14 12
Number of cooperatives supported with training A total of 175 cooperatives were supported with training 90 108 118 126 144
Report on implementation of the AgriBEE Sector Code - Annual report on status of transformation in agricultural sector Annual report on status of transformation in agricultural sector Annual report on status of transformation in agricultural sector Annual report on status of transformation in agricultural sector Annual report on status of transformation in agricultural sector
Report on implementation of the Forestry Sector Code - Annual report on status of transformation in the forestry sector Annual report on status of transformation in the forestry sector Annual report on status of transformation in the forestry sector Annual report on status of transformation in the forestry sector Annual report on status of transformation in the forestry sector
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  Strategic Goal 3 Enabling environment for
food security and sector transformation.
Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives
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National Policy on Food and Nutrition Security implemented National Policy on Food and Nutrition Security approved Coordinate implementation Of National Policy on Food and Nutrition Security Coordinate Establishment of National Food and Nutrition Security Advisory Committee Coordinate Implementation of National Policy on Food and Nutrition Security Coordinate Implementation of National Policy on Food and Nutrition Security . Review Policy on National Food and Nutrition Security Review National Policy on Food And Nutrition Security
Number of hectares of underutilized land in communal areas cultivated for production - 120 000 ha 120 000 ha 120 000 ha 120 000 ha 120 000 ha
Number of households benefiting from food and nutrition Security initiatives - 40 000 40 000 40 000 40 000 40 000
Smallholder Producers established and supported 15 000 16 000 16 000 16 000 16 000 16 000
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Strategic Goal 3 Enabling environment for food
security and sector transformation.
Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives Strategic Objective 3.1. Lead and coordinate government food security Initiatives
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Small-scale Fisheries Policy implemented Interim relief Measures on Providing access to marine resources Rights allocated to registered Smallscale fisheries cooperatives Support programmes Facilitated to smallscale fisheries cooperatives Management and monitoring Of the smallscale Fisheries sector Management And monitoring of the smallscale Fisheries sector Management and Monitoring of the Smallscale fisheries sector
Rights allocated to 9 fishing sectors FRAP 2013 policies Develop sector specific Policies and allocate rights to 9 fishing sectors Maintain and manage fishing sectors Maintain and manage Fishing sectors Policy review of fishing Sectors which rights expire by 2020 -
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Strategic Goal 3 Enabling environment for food
security and sector transformation.
3.2. Enhance capacity for efficient delivery in the sector 3.2. Enhance capacity for efficient delivery in the sector 3.2. Enhance capacity for efficient delivery in the sector 3.2. Enhance capacity for efficient delivery in the sector 3.2. Enhance capacity for efficient delivery in the sector 3.2. Enhance capacity for efficient delivery in the sector 3.2. Enhance capacity for efficient delivery in the sector
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National Agriculture. Forestry and Fisheries Education and Training NAFFET) Strategy implemented - National AFF Education and Training implementation Forum established Implement National AFF Education and Training Strategy Implementation Of National AFF Education and Training Strategy Review and implement AFF Education And Training Strategy Implement National AFF Education And Training Strategy
National Policy on Extension and Advisory Services approved and implemented - Facilitate the approval of the National Policy on Extension and Advisory Services Through the intergovernmental Approval processes Facilitate the approval of the National Policy on Extension and Advisory Services Through the Cabinet processes Implement National Policy on Extension and Advisory Services Implement National Policy on Extension and Advisory Services Implement National Policy on Extension and Advisory Services
Number of Extension support practitioners deployed to commodity organisations - 20 20 20 20 20

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Strategic Goal 3 Enabling environment for food
security and sector transformation.
3.3 Strengthen comprehensive support systems and programmes 3.3 Strengthen comprehensive support systems and programmes 3.3 Strengthen comprehensive support systems and programmes 3.3 Strengthen comprehensive support systems and programmes 3.3 Strengthen comprehensive support systems and programmes 3.3 Strengthen comprehensive support systems and programmes 3.3 Strengthen comprehensive support systems and programmes
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Policy on comprehensive producer development support developed and implemented - Policy on comprehensive producer development support developed Policy on comprehensive producer development support approved by Cabinet Coordinate the implementation Of policy on comprehensive producer development support Coordinate the implementation Of policy on comprehensive Producer development support Coordinate the implementation Of policy on comprehensive producer development support

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  Strategic Goal 4. Sustainable use of natural
resources in the sector
4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources
INDICATOR AUDITED BASELINE 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Number of ha planted in temporary Unplanted areas (TUPs) TUPs 2 005,41 1 725 ha 1 725 ha 1 725 ha 1 725 ha 1 725 ha
Number of plantations Certified for Forestry Stewardship Council - 1 1 1 - -
Environmental impact Assessments conducted - Environmental Impact assessments Conducted in KZN Environmental impact assessments Conducted in EC Environmental Impact assessments Conducted in EC Environmental impact assessments Conducted in EC Environmental impact assessments Conducted in EC
Agroforestry strategy Developed and implemented - Agro forestry Strategy developed Agro forestry Strategy approved by EXCO Agro forestry Strategy implemented Agro forestry Strategy implemented Agro forestry Strategy implemented
Number of ha in Irrigation schemes revitalised 265 ha were revitalized at Vaalharts irrigation scheme 250 ha 250 ha 250 ha 250 ha 250 ha
National plan to conserve diversity of animal genetic resources for food and agriculture implemented - - National Plan for Conservation and Sustainable Use of Plant Genetic Resources developed National plans for Conservation and Sustainable use of farm animal Genetic resources implemented National plans for Conservation and Sustainable use of farm animal Genetic resources implemented National plans for Conservation and Sustainable use of farm animal Genetic resources implemented

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Strategic Goal 4. Sustainable use of natural
resources in the sector cont
Strategic Objective 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources cont Strategic Objective 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources cont Strategic Objective 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources cont Strategic Objective 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources cont Strategic Objective 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources cont Strategic Objective 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources cont Strategic Objective 4.1 Ensure the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and recovery of depleted and degraded natural Resources cont
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Promulgation of the Preservation and development of Agricultural Land Framework Bill by cabinet - Draft PDALF Bill Certification of the draft Bill by office of the State law advisor Submit certified draft Bill to Cabinet Submit the draft Bill to the President for assent Promulgation of the draft Bill
Number of ha of Agricultural land rehabilitated Total ha rehabilitated of Agricultural land 43 983,01 16000 ha 16000 ha 16000 ha 16000 ha 16000 ha
Number of ha of Woodlands and indigenous forests rehabilitated Total ha rehabilitated Woodland 612,31 300 ha of Woodlands and indigenous forests 300 ha
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