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Department of Rural Development and Land Reform. Annual Performance Plan: 2011/12 DDG: Ntsiki Mashiya As presented to Standing Committee on Appropriations 8 June 2011. Presentation outline. Purpose Introduction Part A: Strategic Overview Part B: Strategic Objectives

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Department of rural development and land reform

Department of Rural Development and Land Reform

Annual Performance Plan: 2011/12

DDG: Ntsiki Mashiya

As presented to Standing Committee on Appropriations 8 June 2011


Presentation outline

Presentation outline

  • Purpose

  • Introduction

  • Part A: Strategic Overview

  • Part B: Strategic Objectives

  • Part C: Links to other Plans

  • Annexure


Introduction

Introduction

  • The Annual Performance Plan was developed in line with the recently approved National Treasury Framework for Strategic Plans and Annual Performance Plans.

  • The plan has incorporated the current strategic plan (2010-2013), Outcome 7 and its deliverables.

  • The plan takes into consideration the department’s contribution to Outcome 4, 6, 9 and 10

  • The plan consists of three parts:

    • Section A: Strategic Overview

    • Section B: Strategic Goals & Objectives

    • Section C:Links to other plans


Department of rural development and land reform

Vision

Vibrant, equitable, sustainable rural communities

Over-arching Goal

Social cohesion and development

Mission

To initiate, facilitate, coordinate, catalyze and implement an integrated rural development programme

Strategy

Agrarian transformation, interpreted to denote “a rapid and fundamental change in the relations (systems and patterns of ownership and control) of land, livestock, cropping and community


Key priorities

Key priorities

  • To improve productivity in land reform projects through effective implementation of the Recapitalisation and Development programme;

  • To expedite the finalization of land claims;

  • Effective roll out of the CRDP to improve the livelihoods of rural communities;

  • Improve corporate governance and ensure enhanced service delivery;

  • Implement proper change management and innovation strategies;

  • Enhance the efficiency of information management systems.


Strategic goals

Strategic Goals

  • Sound corporate governance and service excellence through compliance with the legal framework achieved by 2014

    2. Reformed policy, legislative and institutional environment by 2014

  • Effective land planning and administration that is biased towards rural areas

  • Institutional arrangements for effective corporate governance and stakeholder participation by 2014

  • Increased access to and productive use of land by 2014

  • Improved access to affordable and diverse food by 2014

  • Improved rural services to support sustainable livelihoods by 2014

    8.Improved access to sustainable employment and skills development opportunities by 2014


Part b strategic objectives

Part B: Strategic Objectives


Department of rural development and land reform

  • This section of the APP covers objectives identified to achieve the set goals.

  • The strategic objectives are allocated to all 5 budget programmes of the Department.

  • Each programme has an annual targets, performance indicators and quarterly targets for 2011/12


Programme 1 administration

Programme 1: Administration

Purpose

To provide strategic and logistical support in the form of executive, corporate services. It also oversees departmental capital works and makes a nominal contribution to the public sector education and training authority

Priorities

  • Improving corporate governance and enhance service delivery

  • To implement proper change management and innovation strategies

  • Enhance the efficiency of information management systems

  • Reforming the policy, legislative and institutional framework.


Quarterly targets

Quarterly targets


Expenditure estimates

Expenditure estimates


Programme 2 geospatial and cadastral services

Programme 2: Geospatial and cadastral services

Purpose

To provide geospatial, cadastral surveys, spatial planning information as well as technical services in support of sustainable land development

Key priorities

Improving efficiency of cadastral surveys management, information services and registration of deeds by:

  • Reducing the turnaround times for the approval of cadastral documents

  • Reducing the time taken to register deeds and documents

  • Providing land registration services and information to support the government’s development agenda

  • Reducing spatial inequalities in rural communities


Expenditure estimates1

Expenditure estimates


Programme 3 rural development

Programme 3: Rural development

Purpose

To initiate, facilitate, coordinate and catalyse the implementation of CRDP that leads to sustainable and vibrant rural communities.

Key priorities

  • Roll-out the CRDP in all rural municipalities

  • Improving food security in rural communities by establishing food gardens and improving technologies for food production

  • Create jobs in rural areas through Narysec, infrastructural projects, etc


Expenditure estimates2

Expenditure estimates


Programme restitution

Programme: Restitution

Purpose

To provide settlement of land restitution claims under the Restitution of Land Rights Act (Act No 22 of 1994), as amended; and to provide settlement support to restitution beneficiaries

Key priorities

  • Reduce the backlog of land claims

  • Settle all outstanding land claims


Expenditure estimates3

Expenditure estimates


Programme 5 land reform

Programme 5: Land Reform

Purpose

To provide sustainable land reform programmes in South Africa

Key priorities

  • To improve productivity in land reform projects through the effective implementation of the Recapitalisation and Development Programme

  • Acquire and allocate strategically located land


Expenditure estimates4

Expenditure estimates


Part c links to other plans

Part C: Links to other plans


Department of rural development and land reform

This is section shows the Department’s Public Entities and Private Partnerships.

The Department has 2 public entities:

  • Agricultural Land Holding Trading Account

  • Ingonyama Trust Board

    It also has the Kgolaganyo Public Private Partnership


Budget summary

Budget Summary


Monitoring and reporting

Monitoring and Reporting

  • Progress made in respect of the APP will be monitored on a quarterly basis

  • Reports will be compiled and presented quarterly


Thank you

THANK YOU


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