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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Annual Performance Plan: 2011/12
DDG: Ntsiki Mashiya
As presented to Standing Committee on Appropriations 8 June 2011
Vibrant, equitable, sustainable rural communities
Social cohesion and development
To initiate, facilitate, coordinate, catalyze and implement an integrated rural development programme
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
2. Reformed policy, legislative and institutional environment by 2014
8. Improved access to sustainable employment and skills development opportunities by 2014
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
To provide geospatial, cadastral surveys, spatial planning information as well as technical services in support of sustainable land development
Improving efficiency of cadastral surveys management, information services and registration of deeds by:
To initiate, facilitate, coordinate and catalyse the implementation of CRDP that leads to sustainable and vibrant rural communities.
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
To provide sustainable land reform programmes in South Africa
This is section shows the Department’s Public Entities and Private Partnerships.
The Department has 2 public entities:
It also has the Kgolaganyo Public Private Partnership