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1
2014/15 ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN AND BUDGET
  • PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON BASIC EDUCATION
  • Cape Town
  • 01 JULY 2014

2
Presentation Outline
  • PART A
  • DBE 2011 2014 Strategic Plan and Action Plan to
    2014
  • PART B
  • MTSF and Strategic Priorities
  • PART C
  • Performance Indicators and Targets in the
    2014/15 Annual Performance Plan
  • PART D
  • Overview of the Budget and MTEF

3
  • PART A
  • DBE 2011 2014 Strategic Plan and Action Plan to
    2014

4
DBE Strategic Plan 2011 2014
  • The Strategic Plan addresses key issues contained
    in the Action Plan to 2014 and Delivery
    Agreement.
  • Both Action Plan and the previous Delivery
    Agreement were outcomes of consultation with
    stakeholders primary vehicles for communicating
    key sectoral strategies to stakeholders.
  • The Strategic Plan is anchored on the Action
    Plan to 2014 which spells out in sufficient
    detail the countrys first comprehensive long
    term basic education sector plan.
  • The DBE 2011 2014 Strategic Plan outlined
    the following key challenges
  • The quality learner outcomes are not optimal
    across all grades
  • The quality and quantity of LTSM are not adequate
    to support quality learning
  • The quality of school based tests and
    examinations is not of the required standard and
    is not being moderated or benchmarked
  • The quality of support from the districts
    specifically school support personnel has not
    been constructive nor responsive to the needs of
    the schools.
  • Access to basic education not optimal
  • The Annual Performance Plans contain annual
    strategies to deal with the above challenges
    through clear and measurable performance

5
ACTION PLAN TO 2014 TOWARDS THE REALISATION OF
SCHOOLING 2025
  • Was developed in response to the key challenges
    identified in the sector
  • To ensure seamless and co-ordinated long term
    planning in the sector
  • Based on 27 goals. Goals 1 13 on outputs we
    want to
  • achieve and 14 27 on how the outputs are to be
    achieved
  • These goals were encapsulated as priority in the
    Ministers Delivery Agreement signed with
    President in the previous cycle

6
Summary of the previous Delivery Agreement
7
DBE Strategic Plan 2015/16 2019/20
  • The DBE is currently developing the new 5 year
    Strategic Plan which will be tabled in March 2015
  • The 2015/16 2019/20 Strategic Plan will factor
    in priorities highlighted in the MTSF 2014 2019
  • Will also include the new Delivery Agreement
    priorities that the Minister will sign on behalf
    of the basic education sector
  • The education long term sector plan has been
    revised to ensure further alignment with the NDP
  • The Action Plan to 2019 Towards the Realisation
    of Schooling 2030 has been finalised and will
    inform all DBE medium and short term plans

8
  • PART B
  • MTSF and DBE Strategic Priorities

9
MTSF priorities BASIC EDUCATION
  • NDP output priorities to achieve the Vision
    Following the NDP and building on key sector
    plans, critical activities are focused on the
    following outputs in the next five years
  • Improved quality of teaching and learning through
    development, supply and effective utilisation of
    teachers.
  • Improved quality of teaching and learning through
    provision of adequate, quality infrastructure and
    Learning and Teaching Support Materials (LTSM).
  • Improving assessment for learning to ensure
    quality and efficiency in academic achievement
  • Expanded access to Early Childhood Development
    and improvement of the quality of Grade R, with
    support for pre-Grade R provision
  • Strengthening, accountability and improving
    management at the school, community and district
    level.
  • Partnerships for education reform and improved
    quality.

10
Strategic Priorities for 2014 (1)
  • Curriculum
  • 2014 school year is the final year of phasing in
    CAPS
  • Focus is on monitoring maximum utilisation
    teaching time
  • Curriculum planning, management, oversight
    ,coverage and delivery by teachers
  • Responding to content gaps
  • Continue with teacher development initiatives
    based on identified gaps in the Annual National
    Assessment(ANA) and National Senior Certificate
    (NSC
  • Monitor training on curriculum differentiation
    to ensure inclusivity
  • Assessments
  • Further consolidation of our assessment systems
  • Strengthen quality assurance processes of the NSC
    through Umalusi
  • International Benchmarking of critical papers
  • Strengthen quality assurance processes of the
    NSC.
  • International Benchmarking of critical question
    papers

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Strategic Priorities for 2014 (2)
  • Learning and Teacher Support Materials
  • The DBE will monitor access to textbooks and
    workbooks by learners
  • Work with districts to monitor the extent to
    which resources are utilised at classroom level
  • Continue the provision of high quality
    workbooks and other supplementary resources
  • Infrastructure
  • Continue to monitor provincial spending on
    infrastructure
  • The replacement of mud and unsafe school
    structures through the Accelerated School
    Infrastructure Development Initiative (ASIDI)
    is still on course
  • Ensure that our targets for provision of water,
    electricity and sanitation facilities are met

12
Strategic Priorities for 2014 (3)
  • Accountability
  • Emphasis still on teacher time-on-task, teachers
    attendance and content knowledge
  • Improve the frequency and quality of monitoring
    and support services provided by district offices
  • Analyse District Improvement Plans and provide
    feedback as part DBE monitoring and oversight
    function
  • Develop and mediate the South African Standards
    for the appointment of principals, circuit
    managers and subject advisors
  • Comprehensive Plan to improve conditions of
    services for Grade R practitioners
  • Preparation for the 2015 SGB elections

13
  • PART C
  • Detailed presentation on Performance Indicators
    and Targets

14
PROGRAMMES OF THE DBE
  • The ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN summarises the
    priorities of the DBE as aligned to the Delivery
    Agreement of OUTCOME 1 Improving the quality of
    Basic Education and the Action Plan to 2014
    Towards the Realisation of Schooling 2025 .
  • The activities of the DBE have been structured
    into five programmes as elaborated in the Annual
    Performance Plan
  • PROGRAMME 1 ADMINISTRATION
  • PROGRAMME 2 CURRICULUM POLICY, SUPPORT AND
    MONITORING
  • PROGRAMME 3 TEACHERS, EDUCATION HUMAN RESOURCES
    AND INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • PROGRAMME 4 PLANNING, INFORMATION AND ASSESSMENT
  • PROGRAMME 5 EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENT SERVICES

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PROGRAMME ONE ADMINISTRATION
  • The purpose of Programme One is to manage the
    Department and provide strategic and
    administrative support services.
  • SUB-PROGRAMMES
  • Ministry, Department Management Corporate
    Services, Office of the CFO, Internal Audit and
    Risk Management, Office Accommodation, Legal
    Services, Strategic Planning and Reporting,
    Monitoring and Evaluation, International
    Relations.

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STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • To ensure the provision of suitable human
    resource capacity to support a high performing
    organization.
  • To ensure that the basic education sector and the
    country benefit from targeted support to the
    education department.
  • To improve inter-governmental planning,
    communication, education policy and legislative
    development.

17
PROGRAMME ONE OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2014/15 as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
Number of officials participating in staff development activities. 315 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Number of internships implemented for unemployed graduates in the Department. 65 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
A report highlighting South Africas role and participation in multilateral bodies and international organisations in support of the development of the education system is produced. Two Reports Bi-annually Bi-annually
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PROGRAMME ONE OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2014/15as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
Signed financial disclosure forms for all DBE SMS members submitted by 31 May 2014. All SMS members have signed financial disclosure forms by 31 May 2014 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Signed Performance Agreements by DBE SMS members by 31 May 2014. All SMS members sign PAs by 31 May 2014 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
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PROGRAMME ONE OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2014/15 as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
Management Performance Assessment Tool (MPAT) process is facilitated and report developed on time. MPAT process results available and self assessment scores submitted to DPME. Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Number of audit reports signed off 29 7 7 7 8

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PROGRAMME TWO CURRICULUM POLICY, SUPPORT AND
MONITORING
  • The purpose of Programme Two is to develop
    curriculum and assessment policies and monitor
    and support their implementation.
  • SUB-PROGRAMMES
  • Programme Management Curriculum Policy, Support
    and Monitoring Curriculum Implementation and
    Monitoring Curriculum and Quality Enhancement
    Programmes and, the Kha Ri Gude Literacy
    Project.

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STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • To increase the availability of e-Education of
    learning and teaching resources amongst teachers.
  • To bring about stability and coherence with
    respect to the national school curriculum
  • To pay special attention to improvements in
    mathematics, physical science and technical
    subjects.
  • To promote adequate access to quality learning
    materials by means of better national
    specifications on what every learner requires and
    a more proactive approach towards the
    cost-effective development, reproduction and
    distribution of materials such as workbooks and
    textbooks
  • To establish national norms for school libraries
  • To create a sound basis for quality pre-Grade 1
    education through the promotion of quality
    learning and teaching materials at this level
  • To finalise and promote national screening
    guidelines that provide for an equitable system
    of access to special needs support amongst
    learners

22
PROGRAMME 2 SECTOR GOALS
  • The Programme Curriculum Policy, Support and
    Monitoring is the primary vehicle for
  • ensuring quality delivery of the curriculum in
    the basic education sector. The indicators
  • in this programme are fundamentally directed
    towards improving learner performance
  • as captured in the Action Plan to 2014 Towards
    the realisation of schooling 2025. The
  • Programme contributes to the following sector
    goals on learner performance
  • Action Plan Goals on Learner Performance
  • Goals 1 2 3 Increase the number of learners
    in Grade 3 6 9 who, by the end of the year,
    have mastered the minimum language and
    numeracy/mathematics competencies for Grade 3.
  • Goal 4 Increase the number of Grade 12 learners
    who become eligible for a Bachelors programme at
    a university.
  • Goals 5 6 Increase the number of Grade 12
    learners who pass Mathematics Physical Science.
  • Goals 7 8 Improve the average performance of
    Grade 6 learners in Languages Mathematics.
  • Goal 9 Improve the average performance of Grade
    8 learners in mathematics.
  • Goal 12 Improve the grade promotion of learners
    through Grades 1 to 9.

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PROGRAMME TWO OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2014/15 as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
Number of interactive workbooks developed. 10 Interactive Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Percentage of learners who obtain a National Senior Certificate 75 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Percentage of Grade R workbooks developed, printed and delivered to learners in public primary schools 97 - 100 as per data sets from provinces of Grade R learners in Public primary schools Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
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PROGRAMME TWO OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2014/15 as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
Percentage of Grade 9 Mathematics workbooks developed, printed and delivered to learners in public schools 97 - 100 as per data sets from provinces of Grade 9 learners in Public primary schools Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Number of learners completing the Kha Ri Gude programme per year 545 386 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
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PROGRAMME THREE TEACHERS, EDUCATION HUMAN
RESOURCES AND INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • The purpose of Programme Three is to promote
    quality teaching and institutional performance
    through the effective supply, development and
    utilisation of human resources.
  • SUB-PROGRAMMES
  • Programme Management Teachers, Education Human
    Resources and Institutional Development
    Education Human Resources Management and
    Education Human Resources Development and
    Curriculum and Professional Development Unit.

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STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • To ensure the new teacher development plan is
    translated into a wide range of teacher training
    materials, collaborative professional development
    activities within the schooling system and
    agreements with the relevant service providers
  • To establish the National Institute for
    Curriculum and Professional Development (NICPD)
    in order to promote best practices in classroom
    teaching and teacher development
  • To establish an ongoing national campaign for
    choosing teaching as a career, based on research
    into who becomes a good teacher and focusing on
    giving the necessary information and bursaries to
    interested youths
  • To bring about a set of planning, management and
    accountability tools at the school level that
    cater for South African needs and make quality
    education more realisable
  • To develop training strategies and materials
    aimed at parents that can bring parents more
    integrally into the new accountability mechanisms
    being established for schools
  • To establish better and evidence-based practices
    and procedures for the countrys 82 education
    district offices, including models for school
    interventions designed to tackle specific school
    shortcomings

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PROGRAMME THREE OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2014/15 as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
Number of qualified teachers aged 30 and below entering the profession for the first time during the financial year. 8 000 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
A report on the number of qualified teachers aged 30 and below exiting the system during the past year A report on termination of qualified educators aged 30 and below Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Number of Funza Lushaka bursaries awarded to students enrolled for initial teacher education during the past year 13 500 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
28
PROGRAMME FOUR PLANNING, INFORMATION AND
ASSESSMENT
  • The purpose of Programme Four is to promote
    quality and effective service delivery in the
    basic education system through planning,
    implementation and assessment.
  • SUB-PROGRAMMES
  • Programme Management Planning , Information
    and Assessment Information Management Systems
    Financial and Physical Planning National
    Assessments and Public Examinations and, the
    National Education Evaluation and Development
    Unit and Planning and Delivery Oversight Unit.

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STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • To establish a quality system of standardised and
    benchmarked learner assessments
  • To ensure that all children complete a quality
    readiness programme in Grade R before they enter
    formal education in Grade 1
  • To put into place support systems for provinces
    and schools to improve the physical environs of
    the school and create enabling conditions for
    successful teaching and learning
  • To ensure that districts can use quality
    information and data about the level and quality
    of learning in schools to plan and implement
    school-based improvement programmes

30
PROGRAMME 4 Sector Goals
  • The Programme Planning, Information and
    Assessment is responsible for promoting quality
    and effective service delivery in the basic
    education system through planning, implementation
    and assessment. The indicators in this programme
    are fundamentally directed towards quality
    improvements, assessments and physical and
    financial planning as captured in the Action Plan
    to 2014 Towards the Realisation of Schooling
    2025. The Programme contributes to the following
    sector goals
  • Action Plan Goals on Physical and Financial
    Planning
  • Goal 23 Ensure that all schools are funded at
    least at the minimum per learner levels
    determined nationally and that funds are utilised
    transparently and effectively.
  • Goal 24 Ensure that the physical infrastructure
    and environment of every school inspires learners
    to want to come to school and learn, and teachers
    to come and teach.

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PROGRAMME FOUR OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2014/15 as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
Reliable and valid learner results on performance in Mathematics and languages in Grade 1 to 9 provided. National ANA Report Diagnostic Report Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Reliable and valid data on learner performance on the National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) provided. Four National Exam Reports on learner performance in Grade 12 are released 1. Technical Report 2. Detailed Schools statistics Report 3. Diagnostic report in selected subjects 4. Report on schools statistics indicating 3 year performance in selected subjects Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
32
PROGRAMME FOUR OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2014/15 as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
The number of schools completed through ASIDI 150 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Percentage of Grade 1 learners who have received formal Grade R. 94 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Percentage of 7- to 15-year-olds attending education institutions. 99 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Percentage of children who turned 9 in the previous year who are currently enrolled in Grade 4 (or a higher grade). 65 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
33
PROGRAMME FOUR OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2013/14 as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
Percentage of children who turned 12 in the previous year who are currently enrolled in Grade 7 (or a higher grade). 51 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Number of officials from districts that achieved less than 65 in the NSC participating in a mentoring programme 30 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
Reported cases to DBE on education delivery successfully managed through the call centre Quarterly Target Referral rate 100 Resolution rate 90 Referral rate 100 Resolution rate 90 Referral rate 100 Resolution rate 90 Referral rate 100 Resolution rate 90 Referral rate 100 Resolution rate 90
34
PROGRAMME FIVE EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENT SERVICES
  • The purpose of Programme Five is to develop
    policies and programmes to improve the quality of
    learning in schools.
  • SUB-PROGRAMME
  • Programme Management Educational Enrichment
    Services Care and Support in Schools
    Partnerships in Education and Grant
    Implementation, Monitoring and Reporting.

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STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • To enhance the current basket of education
    support services to learners from poor
    communities
  • To ensure the involvement of stakeholders in
    exercising involvement in schools in a manner
    that adds value to the attainment of the core
    outcomes

36
PROGRAMME 5 Sector Goals
  • The Programme Educational Enrichment Services
    is responsible for developing programmes and
    policies to improve the quality of learning in
    the basic education sector. Schools have an
    important role to play in promoting the overall
    wellbeing of learners because they contribute to
    better learning and also because physical and
    psychological health are important in themselves.
    In this regard, schools are used as vehicles for
    promoting access to a range of public services
    for learners in areas such as health, poverty
    alleviation, psycho-social support, sport and
    culture as per Action Plan to 2014 Towards the
    Realisation of Schooling 2025. The Programme
    contributes to the following sector goal on
    learner well-being
  • Action Plan Goals on Physical and Financial
    Planning
  • Goal 25 Use schools as vehicles for promoting
    access to a range of public services amongst
    learners in areas such as health, poverty
    alleviation, sport and culture.

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PROGRAMME FIVE OUTPUTS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Target for 2013/14 as per APP 1st Quarter Target as per APP 2nd Quarter Target as per APP 3rd Quarter Target as per APP 4th Quarter Target as per APP
Number of schools that provided learners with nutritious meals 19 800 Quarterly 19 800 19 800 19 800 19 800
Number of learners participating in DBE organised activities on citizenship, rights and responsibilities and constitutional values. 2 500 Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target Annual Target
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  • PART D
  • Overview of the Budget and MTEF

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EXPENDITURES TRENDS
  • 2010 -2014

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Actual Expenditure per programme for 2010-2014
PROGRAMMES 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
PROGRAMMES R000 R000 R000 R000
Administration 252 103 287 734 317 328 366 500
Curriculum Policy, Support and Monitoring 737 336 1 700 304 1 398 906 1 469 873
Teachers, Education Human Resources and Institutional Development 486 642 537 568 820 577 1 010 828
Planning, Information and Assessment 152 622 5 563 859 6 897 873 8 435 610
Educational Enrichment Services 3 886 374 4 811 449 5 451 200 5 728 564
Total 5 515 077 12 900 914 14 885 884 17 011 375
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Explanation on deviation
  • 1. The increase spending in this programme is in
    respect of for Grade R 9 workbooks printed and
    distribution to schools in all provinces as well
    as Kha Ri Gude Mass Literacy Campaign.
  • 2. The increased spending on this programme was
    due to the introduction of the Education
    Infrastructure Conditional Grant School and the
    Infrastructure Backlogs Indirect Grant.
  • 3. The bulk of the allocation on this programme
    is in respect of transfers of the conditional
    grant. The NSNP transfer increase due to the
    expansion of feeding to secondary schools in Q1
    to Q3.

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Actual Expenditure per economic classification
for 2010-2014
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION R000 R000 R000 R000
Compensation of employees 252 907 295 423 325 210 371 723
Goods and Services 824 001 1 621 191 1 690 567 1 850 506
Computer Services 39 768 47 750 46 208 59 609
Agency and support/outsourced Services 34 507 48 175 76 803 65 288
Inventory Stationery and printing 38 076 517 269 687 046 638 457
Property payments 66 438 77 867 73 865 84 188
Operating expenditure 557 581 788 627 616 212 773 313
Travel and subsistence1 47 171 100 137 111 057 141 315
Other 40 460 41 366 79 376 88 336
Interest and rent on land 51 548 52 519 51 465 50 290
Transfers and Subsidies 2 4 373 846 10 838 595 11 940 891 13 350 324
Payments for Capital Assets 3 12 775 93 186 877 751 1 388 532
Total 5 515 077 12 900 914 14 885 884 17 011 375
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Explanation on deviation
  1. The increased spending is mainly due to the
    Departments intensive monitoring of
    implementation of policies in provinces.
  2. The increase spending on transfers is in respect
    of Conditional grants.
  3. Increase in spending is due to the Infrastructure
    Backlog grant for the provision of basic services
    to schools in the form of water and sanitation as
    well as eradication of inappropriate school
    infrastructure including mud schools.

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Detailed Actual Expenditure on Earmarked funds
and Conditional grants 2010 - 2014
SERVICE 2010/11 R000 2011/12 R000 2012/13 R000 2013/14 R000
Earmarked Funds
Kha Ri Gude Literacy Project 466 760 453 579 522 189 542 253
EPWP Kha Ri Gude 0 43 759 50 268 56 794
Workbooks 166 414 832 298 755 876 814 972
IQMS 27 031 31 972 35 499 35 608
Systemic Evaluation 12 914 15 553 25 178 378
Education Management and Information System 15 208 0 0 0
Curriculum Review 0 49 709 30 025
Annual National Assessment 1 093 0 0 84 079
National Education Evaluation and Development Unit 3 087 6 601 17 083 21 100
National School Nutrition Programme National 11 419 12 095 14 910 14 548
TOTAL EARMARKED FUNDS 703 926 1 445 566 1 451 028 1 569 732

Conditional Grants      
Technical Secondary Schools Recapitalisation Conditional Grant 64 467 210 518 198 689 196 925
Dinaledi Schools Conditional Grant 0 67 858 95 633 109 235
Education Infrastructure Conditional Grant 0 5 311 091 5 802 390 6 643 267
HIV and Aids Conditional Grant 188 045 189 467 202 677 203 780
National School Nutrition Programme Conditional Grant 3 663 326 4 578 752 4 906 464 5 173 081
TOTAL CONDITIONAL GRANTS 3 915 838 10 357 686 11 205 853 12 326 288
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Actual Expenditure for 2010 - 2014
SERVICE 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
SERVICE R000 R000 R000 R000
Compensation of Employees 187 964 222 059 246 099 281 467
Examiners and Moderators 15 073 10 570 12 675 14 730
Transfers to Public Entities 442 350 467 831 714 242 1 006 529
Other Transfers 9 759 13 096 14 796 17 506
Conditional Grants 3 915 838 10 357 686 11 205 853 12 326 288
Specially and exclusively appropriated 0 76 085 859 629 1 392 307
Earmarked Funds 703 926 1 445 566 1 451 028 1 569 732
Office Accommodation 126 684 130 139 138 871 148 915
Departmental Operations 68 895 109 233 122 096 152 634
Projects 44 588 68 649 120 595 101 267
Total 5 515 077 12 900 914 14 885 884 17 011 375 
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Detailed Actual Expenditure on Transfers 2010 -
2014
Other Transfers      
SETA 142 157 184 167
Unesco Membership Fees 9 236 10 455 11 872 14 928
ADEA 18 19 22 27
Guidance Counselling and Youth Development Centre Malawi 99 0 93 107
Households 214 2 415 2 575 2 227
Childine South Africa 50 50 50 50
TOTAL OTHER TRANSFERS 9 759 13 096 14 796 17 506

Transfers to Public Entities      
NSFAS Funza Lushaka Bursaries 425 000 449 440 671 912 893 867
National Education Collaboration Framework 0 0 0 15 000
Umalusi 17 350 18 391 42 330 97 662
TOTAL TRANSFERS TO PUBLIC ENTITIES 442 350 467 831 714 242 1 006 529
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2014 MTEF ALLOCATION
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2014 ENE ALLOCATIONS

  2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
  R'000 R'000 R'000
2014 MTEF Allocations 19 941 287 23 023 550 24 249 489
Less (242 350) (610 420) (597 490)
Baseline Reduction (231 000) (479 000) (456 000)
School Infrastructure Backlog Grant (231 000) (479 000) (456 000)
Kha Ri Gude (10 000) (130 000) (140 000)
Goods and Services (1 350) (1 420) (1 490)

Adjustments to conditional grants (18 791) (522 912) (554 503)
Occupation Specific Dispensation for Therapist in the Education Sector Grant 231 000 67 000
Education Infrastructure Grant (231 791) (589 912) (554 503)
2014 ENE ALLOCATIONS 19 680 146 21 890 218 23 097 496
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Allocation per Programme for 2014/15 compared to
2013/14
PROGRAMMES 2013/14 2014/15 Percentage
PROGRAMMES R000 R000 increase/ (decrease)
Administration 335 580 347 448 3.5
Curriculum Policy, Support and Monitoring(1) 1 523 621 1 954 927 28.3
Teachers, Education Human Resources and Institutional Development (2) 984 697 1 268 247 28.8
Planning, Information and Assessment (3) 8 988 995 10 379 369 15.5
Educational Enrichment Services 5 759 012 5 730 155 (0.5)
Total 17 591 905 19 680 146
  1. The increase is due project allocation towards
    the Expanded Public Works Incentive grant and the
    establishment of the e-learning unit and
    development of e-learning resources in the
    Mathematics and Sciences which will promote and
    increase the participation of learners in theses
    subjects.
  2. The increase is due to the transfer to National
    Student Financial Aid Scheme for the Funza
    Lushaka bursaries which aims to address the
    shortage of teachers in specific areas/subjects
    such as Mathematics, Science and Technology.
  3. The increase is due to School Infrastructure
    Backlog Grant which aims to eradicate schools
    built with inappropriate material, provide water,
    sanitation and electricity to Schools.

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Allocation per Programme over the 2014 MTEF
Programme 2014/15 R000 2015/16 R000 2016/17 R000
Administration 347 448 364 701 385 685
Curriculum Policy, Support and Monitoring 1 954 927 1 926 098 2 026 143
Teachers, Education Human Resources and Institutional Development 1 268 247 1 171 484 1 163 986
Planning, Information and Assessment 10 379 369 12 448 146 13 224 472
Educational Enrichment Services 5 730 155 5 979 789 6 297 210
TOTAL 19 680 146 21 890 218 23 097 496
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Allocation per Economic Classification over 2014
MTEF
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION R000 R000 R000
Compensation of employees 414 738 437 984 466 891
Goods and Services 2 016 503 1 996 577 2 111 116
Interest and rent on land 48 982 47 524 46 321
Transfers and Subsidies 14 267 387 16 984 375 17 880 670
Payments for Capital Assets 2 932 536 2 423 758 2 592 498
Total 19 680 146 21 890 218 23 097 496
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Allocation Summary for 2014/15 compared to 2013/14
SERVICE 2013/4 2014/15 Percentage
SERVICE R000 R000 increase/ (decrease)
Compensation of Employees(1) 292 253 311 436 6.6
Examiners and Moderators 18 440 19 546 6.0
Transfers to Public Entities 991 529 1 054 853 6.4
Other Transfers(2) 37 250 42 985 15.4
Conditional Grants 12 343 272 13 169 549 6.7
Specially and exclusively appropriated (3) 1 955 981 2 938 504 50.2
Earmarked Funds(4) 1 634 671 1 781 945 9.0
Departmental Operations 254 007 269 669 6.2
Projects 64 502 91 659 42.3
Total 17 591 905 19 680 146  
  1. Excludes the compensation of employees payments
    in respect of earmarked funds, examiners and
    moderators as well as compensation related to
    School Backlog Indirect Grant.
  2. The increase is due to the allocation for the
    National Initiative to improve learning outcomes.
  3. The increase as a result of the additional
    allocation received in respect of the School
    Infrastructure Backlog Indirect Grant.
  4. The increase is due to additional allocation for
    the Annual National Assessment in order to
    improve literacy and numeracy levels.

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Allocation Summary over the 2014 MTEF
SERVICE 2014/15 R000 2015/16 R000 2016/17 R000
Compensation of Employees 311 436 328 893 350 640
Examiners and Moderators 19 546 20 445 21 794
Transfers to Public Entities 1 054 853 1 103 789 1 162 289
Other Transfers 42 985 53 582 56 422
Conditional Grants 13 169 549 15 827 004 16 661 959
Specially and exclusively appropriated 2 938 504 2 433 309 2 610 663
Earmarked Funds 1 781 945 1 745 176 1 835 652
Departmental Operations 269 669 282 068 297 016
Projects 91 659 95 952 101 061
Total 19 680 146 21 890 218 23 097 496
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Detail of earmarked allocations (R000) over the
2014 MTEF
SERVICE 2014/15 R000 2015/16 R000 2016/17 R000
Earmarked Funds
Kha Ri Gude Literacy Project 572 703 479 584 501 996
EPWP Kha Ri Gude 62 236 65 099 68 549
Workbooks 915 387 957 684 1 008 697
IQMS 42 250 44 524 47 337
National Assessment Earmarked Funds 160 000 167 360 176 230
National Education Evaluation and Development Unit 14 213 14 939 15 830
National School Nutrition Programme National 15 156 15 986 17 013
TOTAL EARMARKED FUNDS 1 781 945 1 745 176 1 835 652

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Detail of conditional grants (R000) over the
2014 MTEF
Conditional Grants  2014/15 R000  2015/16 R000  2016/17 R000
Technical Secondary Schools Recapitalisation Conditional Grant 233 482 244 222 257 166
Dinaledi Schools Conditional Grant 111 182 116 296 122 460
Education Infrastructure Conditional Grant 6 928 908 9 469 408 10 037 961
HIV and Aids Conditional Grant 221 062 226 363 238 360
National School Nutrition Programme Conditional Grant 5 461 915 5 703 715 6 006 012
Occupation Specific Dispensation for Therapist 213 000 67 000
TOTAL CONDITIONAL GRANTS 13 169 549 15 827 004 16 661 959
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Detail of transfers (R000) over the 2014 MTEF
OTHER TRANSFERS  2014/15 R000  2015/16 R000  2016/17 R000
SETA 177 185 195
Unesco Membership Fees 12 610 13 191 13 890
ADEA 32 33 35
Guidance Counselling and Youth Development Centre Malawi 113 118 124
Childine South Africa 53 55 58
National Initiative to Improve Learning Outcome 30 000 40 000 42 120
TOTAL OTHER TRANSFERS 42 985 53 582 56 422
Transfers to Public Entities      
NSFAS Funza Lushaka Bursaries 947 499 991 084 1 043 611
Umalusi 107 354 112 705 118 678
TOTAL TRANSFERS TO PUBLIC ENTITIES 1 054 853 1 103 789 1 162 289
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