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Title: SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY INSTITUTE


1
SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY INSTITUTE
Overview of SANBIs Strategic Plan 2014
2019 Annual Performance Plan 2014/15 Presentatio
n to Portfolio Committee on Environmental
Affairs 1st July 2014
2
SANBI DELEGATION
  • Ms Carmel Mbizvo, Acting Chief Executive Officer
  • Ms Lorato Sithole, Chief Financial Officer
  • Mr Christopher Willis, Chief Director
    Conservation Garden Tourism
  • Ms Vivian Malema, Director Biodiversity
    Education Empowerment

3
  • Presentation Outline
  • Strategic Overview
  • Key Information
  • Policy and Legal Framework
  • Delivery on Mandate
  • High level structure
  • SANBIs Value Chain
  • Programmes to deliver mandate support MSTF
  • Annual Performance Plan Strategic Plan
  • Financial Overview and Approved Budget 2014/15

4
STRATEGIC OVERVIEW Vision Biodiversity richness
for all South Africans

Goal Positioned to lead the biodiversity sector
of South Africa and is recognised as the first
port of call for knowledge, information and
policy advice on biodiversity
5
KEY INFORMATION
  • Schedule 3A Public Entity (for public good)
    reporting to DEA
  • Responsibility of the Minister of Environment
  • Minister Cabinet appoint Board Accounting
    Authority
  • Subject to the PFMA other Treasury regulations
  • Number staff about 700, most Gardens staff (also
    818 Groen Sebenza Pioneers)
  • Geographic locations at 9 NBGs (11 NBGs by end
    of year)
  • Head Office in Pretoria

6
POLICY LEGAL FRAMEWORK source of mandate POLICY LEGAL FRAMEWORK source of mandate
National Environmental Management Biodiversity Act NEMBA (Act No 10 of 2004) Gazetted
SANBI role in NEMBA Regulations Threatened or Protected Species CITES including the National Scientific Authority Alien and Invasive Species Gazetted
Obligations in National Biodiversity Framework (NBF) (5 year plan from Cabinet approved 20 year vision National Biodiversity Strategic Action Plan (NBSAP) Gazetted
Obligations in Ministers Delivery Agreement - Outcome 10 and now on MTSF targets Published / to be published
Climate Change Response White Paper - designated a role in delivering Long Term Adaptation Scenarios for the bio-natural resources Published
7
DELIVERY ON MANDATE
  • Mandate reflected in Corporate Strategic Plan
    (CSP) Annual Performance Plan (APP) is part
    of protocol agreement with DEA
  • CSP is a tool to organise, manage, prioritise
    deliver on the broad SANBI mandate
  • CSP APP are approved by Board DEA submitted
    to Presidency Parliament
  • Targets are monitored through quarterly progress
    report which is reviewed by DEA
  • Performance information is audited by the AG

8
HIGH LEVEL STRUCTURE
9
SANBIS VALUE CHAIN
10
PROGRAMMES to deliver mandate support MSTF
P 1 Render effective efficient corporate
services
P 2 Manage unlock benefits of National
Botanical Gardens network
P 3 Provide scientific evidence to support
policy decision making relating to
biodiversity, including impacts of climate
change
P 4 Co-ordinate provide access to biodiversity
information science knowledge
P5 Provide biodiversity climate change
adaptation policy tools advice in support
of South Africas development
P 6 Drive human capital development, education
awareness in response to SANBIs mandate
11

Programme 1 Render effective efficient
Corporate Services

12
Strategic Objective1.1 SANBI is positioned as
an employer of choice in the biodiversity sector
Percentage of qualifying staff on the scientist and horticulturalist career path Percentage of qualifying staff on the scientist and horticulturalist career path
2014/15 2018/19
70 of qualifying staff placed on scientist career path 100 of qualifying staff placed on scientist career path
60 of qualifying staff placed on horticulturist career path 100 of qualifying staff placed on horticulturist
Percentage of payroll allocated and spent on staff development Percentage of payroll allocated and spent on staff development
2014/15 2018/19
1 of payroll allocated and spent on staff development 1 of payroll allocated and spent on staff development
13
Strategic Objective 1.2 Compliant financial
management systems and policies are provided
Annual financial statements produced to comply with PFMA and GRAP requirements Annual financial statements produced to comply with PFMA and GRAP requirements
2014/15 2018/19
Unqualified AFS produced to comply with PFMA and GRAP requirements. (AGs Report) Unqualified AFS produced to comply with PFMA and GRAP requirements. (AGs Report)
Strategic Objective 1.3 Compliant financial
management systems and policies are provided
Percentage of Employment Equity targets achieved Percentage of Employment Equity targets achieved
2014/15 2018/19
60 of EE targets achieved 80 of EE targets achieved
Strategic Objective 1.4 Effective communication
and technology support services through enhanced
communication and technology infrastructure
Percentage availability of SANBI network and business applications Percentage availability of SANBI network and business applications
2014/15 2018/19
95 of ICT Services are available 95 of ICT Services are available
14
Strategic Objective 1.5 Effective marketing and
communication services delivered to internal and
external stakeholders
Number of communication platforms and methods utilised to keep internal and external stakeholders informed of SANBI activities and its NBGs Number of communication platforms and methods utilised to keep internal and external stakeholders informed of SANBI activities and its NBGs
2014/15 2018/19
Quarterly newsflash, information brochures, intranet, website and CEOs letter. Pull up banners, outdoor branding material including signage. 250 Revised brochures at least 10 Intranet updates CEOs letter x4 Newsflashes monthly 10 Website updates 200 Pamphlets 3 Billboards.
Number of marketing initiatives and platforms identified and effectively utilised for brand SANBI and NBGs profiling Number of marketing initiatives and platforms identified and effectively utilised for brand SANBI and NBGs profiling
2014/15 2018/19
Produced newspaper articles, adverts and recorded interviews Increased media coverage received. 3 exhibitions and 2 shows
15
Strategic Objective 1.5 Effective marketing and
communication services delivered to internal and
external stakeholders
Number of media platforms utilised to educate and inform the public about SANBI, its products and services Number of media platforms utilised to educate and inform the public about SANBI, its products and services
2014/15 2018/19
Attended exhibitions, activations, shows and campaigns Gardens implemented initiatives and activities to attract increased number of visitors. 4 adverts 4 press releases 2 editorials 4 radio or television interviews and 2 media hosting per year
16
Programme 2 Manage unlock benefits of National
Botanical Gardens network
17
Strategic Objective 2.1 A world-class network
of National Botanical Gardens are managed
Number of best-practice maintenance or development projects completed across SANBIs National Botanical Gardens Number of best-practice maintenance or development projects completed across SANBIs National Botanical Gardens
2014/15 2018/19
Five (5) maintenance/development projects per Garden and two (2) corporate SANBI capital infrastructure projects completed. Twenty Five (25) maintenance/development projects per Garden and seven (7) corporate SANBI capital infrastructure projects completed.
18
Strategic Objective 2.1 A world-class network
of National Botanical Gardens are managed
Number of new National Botanical Gardens established and operational Number of new National Botanical Gardens established and operational
2014/15 2018/19
Management responsibility for new Limpopo Garden transferred from LEDET to SANBI 2 new national botanical gardens established, developed and operational, (one in the Eastern Cape and one in the Limpopo Province).
Professional team appointed for the establishment and development of the new Eastern Cape Garden, Acquisition of land by SANBI for the establishment of the new Eastern Cape Garden New national botanical garden in the Eastern Cape proclaimed and gazetted by the DEA Minister (Kwelera). 2 new national botanical gardens established, developed and operational, (one in the Eastern Cape and one in the Limpopo Province).
19
Strategic Objective 2.1 A world-class network
of National Botanical Gardens are managed
Increased representation of indigenous plants in the living collections of SANBIs National Botanical Gardens or the Millenium Seed Bank, Kew, UK Increased representation of indigenous plants in the living collections of SANBIs National Botanical Gardens or the Millenium Seed Bank, Kew, UK
2014/15 2018/19
20 new indigenous plant species added to the living collections of the combined network of National Botanical Gardens or MSB, UK At least 100 new indigenous South African plant species incorporated into the living collections represented in SANBIs network of NBGs or the Millennium Seed Bank, Kew, UK
Strategic Objective 2.2 Revenue generating
activities are strengthened in all National
Botanical Gardens
own income and visitor numbers increased through expanded and more effective revenue generating activities in National Botanical Gardens own income and visitor numbers increased through expanded and more effective revenue generating activities in National Botanical Gardens
2014/15 2018/19
1.5 annual increase in visitor numbers 4 annual increase in own income. 20 cumulative increase in own income from baseline generated by National Botanical Gardens  9.5 cumulative increase in visitor numbers from baseline received by National Botanical Gardens
20
Programme 3 Provide scientific evidence to
support policy decision making relating to
biodiversity, including impacts of climate change
21
Strategic Objective 3.1 Foundational
information on species and ecosystems is
generated and collated
Number of data sets compiled or updated providing national inventories for plant and animal taxa, spatial datasets for conservation planning, monitoring data, and national classification systems Number of data sets compiled or updated providing national inventories for plant and animal taxa, spatial datasets for conservation planning, monitoring data, and national classification systems
2014/15 2018/19
Two inventories, comprising (i) an inventory of animal species with 33 000 species and (ii) an inventory of all South African plants updated four times per annum Two species inventories, comprising (i) an inventory of animal species with 45 000 species in a database, and (ii) an inventory of all South African plants that is updated at least 4 times per year.
One inventory of SANBI Gardens Biodiversity updated with new records and information. An inventory of species in gardens that is updated annually
Two complete and updated classification systems (GIS shape files and metadata). Five spatial datasets compiled to provide information for conservation planning
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Strategic Objective 3.1 Foundational
information on species and ecosystems is
generated and collated
Number of data sets compiled or updated providing national inventories for plant and animal taxa, spatial datasets for conservation planning, monitoring data, and national classification systems Number of data sets compiled or updated providing national inventories for plant and animal taxa, spatial datasets for conservation planning, monitoring data, and national classification systems
2014/15 2018/19
Two spatial datasets compiled to provide information for conservation planning At least 4 ecosystem classification systems in place and up to date
One monitoring database being updated (SABAP2) with at least 65 coverage of South African surface area, monitoring underway for one further taxon (database). At least 3 monitoring databases updated and providing trends information
23
Strategic Objective 3.2 Scientific evidence on
the status of biodiversity, risks and benefits is
produced in order to inform policy and decision
making
Number of research papers published in scientific literature Number of research papers published in scientific literature
2014/15 2018/19
90 publications 450 papers (average of 90 papers per year)
Number of synthesis reports produced that deal with national assessments of biodiversity, impacts of genetically modified organisms, sustainable trade and support for the wildlife economy Seven reports, including a comprehensive report (NBA) produced by 2019
Percentage of assessments completed dealing with priority species for the Scientific Authority and invasive species 100 of priority species identified by the Scientific authority assessed 100 of AIS suspect list assessed
24
Programme 4 Coordinate provide access to
biodiversity information science knowledge
25
Strategic Objective 4.1 Access is provided to
biodiversity data, information and knowledge
Percentage of records accessed from the Biodiversity Advisor website Percentage of records accessed from the Biodiversity Advisor website
2014/15 2018/19
5 cumulative increase in records accessed At least 5 increase in records accessed.
Percentage of registered users on the Biodiversity Advisor website. Percentage of registered users on the Biodiversity Advisor website.
2014/15 2018/19
5 cumulative increase in registered users At least 5 increase in registered users.
26
Programme 5 Provide biodiversity climate
change adaptation policy tools advice in
support of South Africas development
27
Strategic Objective 5.1 Ecosystem management
tools developed and applied
Number of tools developed to support mainstreaming of biodiversity and ecological infrastructure in production sectors and resource management Number of tools developed to support mainstreaming of biodiversity and ecological infrastructure in production sectors and resource management
2014/15 2018/19
Two tools produced.(Reports) Biodiversity and climate change adaptation implementation plan scoping workshop session held. Ten tools produced (accumulatively)
Six knowledge resources demonstrating the value of biodiversity developed and disseminated. (Documents/films and/or infographics/factsheets Twenty knowledge resources demonstrating the value of biodiversity developed and disseminated. Biodiversity and climate change adaptation implementation plan developed
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Strategic Objective 5.1 Ecosystem management
tools developed and applied
Number of coordination or learning mechanisms convened to share lessons and build capacity Number of coordination or learning mechanisms convened to share lessons and build capacity
2014/15 2018/19
4 learning or coordination events convened. 20 learning or coordination events convened (accumulatively)
3 training sessions held for provincial, municipal or other relevant decision makers for uptake of tools 15 training sessions held for provincial, municipal or other relevant decision makers
Strategic Objective 5.2 Projects for ecosystem
restoration developed and implemented
Number of wetlands under rehabilitation to restore high value ecosystems Number of wetlands under rehabilitation to restore high value ecosystems
2014/15 2018/19
110 wetlands under rehabilitation 110 wetlands under rehabilitation
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Strategic Objective 5.3 Scientific advice to
support national and international policy
processes provided
Number of national policy requests responded to within timeframe stipulated in the request Number of national policy requests responded to within timeframe stipulated in the request
2014/15 2018/19
Two written requests for support from DEA responded to within timeframe stipulated. Twenty five national policy requests responded to within timeframe stipulated by requester
Number of national policy processes for which support is provided to other relevant organs of state Number of national policy processes for which support is provided to other relevant organs of state
2014/15 2018/19
Submissions provided into two national policy process Submissions provided into ten national policy processes
Number of international policy support requests responded to within timeframe stipulated Number of international policy support requests responded to within timeframe stipulated
2014/15 2018/19
4 written requests relating to core multi-lateral environmental agreements responded to within timeframe stipulated. 20 written requests relating to core multi-lateral environmental agreements responded to.
30
Strategic Objective 5.4 The direct access
climate finance modality is proved to be
effective in building resilience in communities
vulnerable to adverse climate impacts
Number of climate change adaptation pilot projects developed and implemented via the direct access modality Number of climate change adaptation pilot projects developed and implemented via the direct access modality
2014/15 2018/19
Implementation 50 complete in 2 climate change adaptation fund direct access modality projects Implementation 50 complete 2 climate change adaptation fund direct access modality projects
Number of cases where South Africas experience with direct access is documented and shared Number of cases where South Africas experience with direct access is documented and shared
2014/15 2018/19
Number of cases where South Africas experience with direct access is documented and shared NIE lessons and experience shared in at least four international, regional and national meetings per annum
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Programme 6 Drive human capital development,
education awareness
  • (2011)
  • 50 GreenMatter Fellowship awards
  • (post-graduate bursaries professional
  • development senior fellowship
    acknowledgement)
  • Fundisa for Change
  • (expand, transform and strengthen
    environmental
  • education)
  • Trained 82 teachers in 6 provinces
  • Trained 120 teacher trainers around the country
  • New teacher education resources developed
  • Greening the Youth
  • (attract and support talented young South
    Africans
  • to study in fields relating to
    biodiversity)
  • Convened over 20 organisations active in
    environmental education
  • Identified NCC/Birdlife Consortium as lead
    implementing agency
  • (2013)
  • 861 pioneers appointed
  • 302 unemployed matriculants
  • 559 unemployed graduates
  • (age groups 18 23 24 24 29 57 30
    3519)
  • 52 placements in permanent jobs (as at March
    2014)
  • 43 host institutions (partners)
  • Mentor support provided
  • Career guidance workshops
  • (2004 2013)
  • Garden learning awareness
  • 350 000 beneficiaries
  • Awareness raising programmes
  • 29 350 beneficiaries
  • Community greening
  • 28 gardens
  • Outreach bus transporting seniors, youth and
    children
  • 48 400 beneficiaries
  • Outreach bus transporting learners for lessons
  • 55 750 beneficiaries
  • Capacity Development
  • 7 000 beneficiaries
  • (2004 2013)
  • 114 work-integrated learning/ experiential
    learning students
  • 361 Interns
  • 9 Honours students
  • 74 Masters students
  • 48 PhD students
  • 35 Post Doc Fellows

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Strategic Objective 6.1 A socially equitable
and suitably skilled workforce is developed
Number of new GreenMatter initiatives contributing to a socially skilled biodiversity workforce started. Number of new GreenMatter initiatives contributing to a socially skilled biodiversity workforce started.
2014/15 2018/19
2 initiatives started A total of 6 GreenMatter initiatives implemented
Number of individuals participating in Groen Sebenza, GreenMatter beneficiaries, internship and studentship capacity development and job creation initiatives with a percentage coming from designated groups. Number of individuals participating in Groen Sebenza, GreenMatter beneficiaries, internship and studentship capacity development and job creation initiatives with a percentage coming from designated groups.
2014/15 2018/19
1000 unemployed youth skilled and hosted in the biodiversity sector. 90 EPWP jobs created through Garden Conservation Programme 75 representation of designated groups in HCD programmes 1000 Groen Sebenza and GreenMatter capacity development and job creation initiatives with a percentage coming from designated groups
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Strategic Objective 6.2 All national botanical
gardens are promoted and used as platforms for
biodiversity awareness, education and recreation.
Number of users and beneficiaries of botanical gardens and school-based programmes for education, awareness, training and recreation have been increased Number of users and beneficiaries of botanical gardens and school-based programmes for education, awareness, training and recreation have been increased
2014/15 2018/19
46 000 54 000 beneficiaries of garden and school-based programmes.
Strategic Objective 6.3 Civil society is
engaged to contribute to science and monitoring.
Number of platforms facilitated for civil society engagement that contribute to biodiversity monitoring Number of platforms facilitated for civil society engagement that contribute to biodiversity monitoring
2014/15 2018/19
One platform facilitated 4 platforms created
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Financial Overview and Approved Budget
2014/15
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REVENUE
2014/15 2015/16 2016/17

Government Grant 291 207 000 314 453 000 331 119 000
Donations, Other Grants and Sponsorships 285 800 000 200 000 000 150 000 000
Own Income 50 820 000 53 361 000 56 029 050
Total Revenue 627 827 000 567 814 000 537 148 050
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Revenue Sources
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Expenditure
2014/15 2015/16 2016/17

Projects 285 800 000 200 000 000 150 000 000
Opex 260 047 000 274 362 000 288 743 050
Infrastructure Laboratories equipment 50 000 000 60 000 000 63 180 000
Infrastructure Expansion of gardens 16 504 000 17 263 000 18 178 000
Climate change 10 600 000 11 088 000 11 676 000
Wildlife crime 2 120 000 2 218 000 2 336 000
Learnerships 2 756 000 2 883 000 3 035 000
Total Expenditure 627 827 000 567 814 000 537 148 050
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Expenditure Allocation
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Expenditure
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