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Title: NPWP


1
NPWP POLICY BRANCH
  • Strategic Planning Workshop for
  • Public Works Portfolio Committee
  • 12 15 March 2006

2
Contents of the Presentation
  • Strategic objectives of the Branch
  • Construction Industry Transformation
  • National Construction Week (NCW)
  • Skills Development Programme
  • Forum of SADC Public Works Ministers
  • Property Industry Transformation
  • Disposal Policy
  • Emerging Sector Programmes
  • Verification Exercise
  • ASGISA

3
Strategic Objectives
  • a) To provide strategic leadership to the
    Construction and Property Industries to promote
    sustainable economic growth, transformation and
    development.
  • b) To provide a custodial function for the
    property portfolio the Department is responsible
    for and
  • c) To address poverty and unemployment through
    the Expanded Public Works Programme.

4
Construction Industry Transformation
  • Transformation of the Industry
  • Construction Charter-
  • - Text and Scorecard finalised (September 2004)
  • - Handed over and accepted by Minister
  • - To be signed off by all stakeholders
    (17/03/06)
  • - Process underway to set up the charter
    council.

5
National Construction Week (NCW)
  • National Construction Week-
  • To promote the image of the industry through
  • - exposing youth to exciting opportunities in
    the industry
  • - platform for stakeholders to celebrate
    opportunities achievements.
  • Cooperation between public and private
    enterprises involved in the industry

6
National Construction Week (NCW)
  • NCW 2006 Campaign
  • - to change the image of the industry
  • - to create awareness of wide range of careers
    opportunities to aspiring professionals
    artisans
  • - to encourage skills development retention
  • - to celebrate achievements people,
    institutions, processes and innovation

7
National Construction Week (NCW)
  • Buy-in
  • - National, provincial and local government,
    organised labour, NEDLAC, Research Standards
    Bodies
  • - Professions, employer volunteer
    associations
  • - Material supplier bodies
  • - Financial institutions
  • - International Development Organisations
    Donors

8
National Construction Week (NCW)
  • Marketing, PR, Media, Advertising
  • Radio TV adverts in five languages
  • Website
  • All forms of media (national provincial) to
    receive Newsflash of events in their Provinces
  • Call Centre Service to enable companies
    schools without access to internet to log in
    their event information and obtain event
    information

9
Skills Development Programme
  • MSD
  • - 40 post-matriculants were selected for the
    2006 intake
  • - Selected using DPW SANDF selection criteria
  • 2014 Youth Foundation
  • - 3 pilot schools in 2005 WC, LM, Mpuma
  • - Roll-out to 3 additional FS, EC, NC

10
Skills Development Programme
  • Total of 72 youths now on the programme
  • Programme entails
  • - competition to design projects for
    development of their schools (2005)
  • - new design projects to be completed by the
    start of NCW in July 2006
  • Industry support finance for winning project,
    bursaries, mentors.

11
Forum of SADC DPW
  • Status quo report on the SADC industry finalised
  • Terms of Reference finalised
  • Draft programme developed (to be discussed with
    Minister)
  • Conference on 24 -25/04/06

12
Property Industry Transformation
  • Property Charter
  • - Charter accepted by stakeholders
  • - Submitted and accepted by Minister
  • - Charter to be signed by all stakeholders on
  • 17/03/06
  • - Plans to establish Charter Council underway

13
Disposal Policy
  • Context
  • - Biggest portfolio platform for service
    delivery
  • - Cost of management of unutilised assets high
  • - Disposal backlog
  • - Opportunities
  • Property Charter

14
Disposal Policy
  • Constraints (PPPFA (90/10 80/20) principles
  • DPW policy
  • to guide officials on sales, donations, letting,
    or exchange, PPP, transfer between spheres of
    government, unsolicited bids, disposal to govt
    officials and public office bearers, etc
  • adjudication guidelines
  • overall target 70 of the property value or Level
    4
  • contributor in terms of the Property charter.

15
Disposal Policy
  • Process
  • - Policy adjudication mechanisms developed
  • - Discussions with DPE to consolidate DPW and
    SOE disposal documents for uniformity among govt
    agencies
  • - Joint Cabinet memo to be submitted asap
  • - This policy has been discussed with Provincial
    Public Works and will be promoted to other
    custodians

16
Emerging Contractor Development Programme (ECDP)
  • Dept continues to support emerging contractors. A
    review of the existing ECDP conducted in 2004
    highlight some weaknesses in our ECDP such as
  • - access to finance
  • - effectiveness of support programmes
  • - capacity issues, etc
  • The dept has since realigned its programme to
    focus it more on developmental and training
    issues through learnership programme supported by
    CETA.

17
Contractor Incubator Programme (CIP)
  • To further accelerate the development of emerging
    contractors, a CIP programme was developed to
    focus on contractors managing projects from R1m
    to R30m.
  • Since inception, a total of 81 contractors were
    selected to be on database of pre-selected
    contractors for CIP.

18
Contractor Incubator Programme (CIP)
  • These contractors were subjected to a
    verification process to confirm their BEE status.
  • The result of this exercise was
  • 69 were confirmed to be BEE
  • 9 did no respond
  • 3 were non BEE.
  • Thus 69 contractors are on the CIP database of
    which 22 (31.8) are women. The available space
    (11) may be filled by women contractors.

19
Contractor Incubator Programme (CIP)
  • A total of 170 Projects ranging from R1m to R30m
    have been identities for the CIP.
  • At least 30 of these will target women owned
    construction companies.
  • Mentors will be identified to support the
    contractors.

20
Women In Property
  • The Dept has supported the establishment of an
    association for women in property.
  • A dedicated official has been appointed and
    accommodation and equipment have been provided.
  • The Dept is in the process of appointing an
    Manager for a period of three years.
  • Targets for women-owned enterprises and
    individuals have been set in all empowerment
    programmes of the Dept

21
Women in Construction
  • The Dept continues to support women owned
    construction enterprises.
  • As mentioned above, over 30 of enterprises on
    the CIP are women owned this figure may
    increase to at least 40.
  • The projects identified for this year (170) are
    enough to support most of these enterprises

22
Emerging Landlord Programme
  • Opportunity leasing annual budget of about R1,3m
  • More leases running on month-to-month basis or
    short term
  • Emerging landlord programme to be developed to
    promote BEE
  • Discussions underway with financial institutions
    to develop accessible financial facilities for
    emerging landlords (ABSA, Nedbank)

23
Verification exercise
  • Progress
  • - MOU between NPA DPW being finalised for
  • DPW to fund for NPA to authourise
    investigation
  • - have started preliminary investigations
  • - getting contracts from regions and affidavits
  • - PriceWaterhouse Coopers to do forensic audit

24
ASGISA
  • Govt infrastructure spend of R370bn
  • Women under represented in most sectors
  • Fact-finding mission to UAE in Feb initiated by
    DPs office
  • Reason for choosing UAE two Emirates visited are
    some of the fastest growing cities in the world,
    12 of the world cranes are in Dubai, large scale
    projects.

25
ASGISA
  • Concrete officer from SA House
  • - placement of 100 women
  • - sectors infrastructure development, finance,
    hospitality
  • - to start work on 1 April 2006
  • - Period 6 12 months

26
ASGISA
  • Package return tickets, accommodation,
    allowance, medical assurance, transport
  • Recruitment Received 502 applications,
    shorlisted 176, selected 100 women
  • Orientation workshop 17 19/03/06
  • Departure 24/03/06

27
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