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DBSA Charter, Strategy & Key InitiativesPresentation to Select Committee on Finance, 21 June 2006, Cape Town

DBSA TEAMAdmassu Tadesse: Head, Corporate Strategy, Office of the Chief Executive Bethuel Netshiswinzhe, Regional Manager, Northern RegionReuben Matlala: Programme Manager, DBSA Development Fund


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  • PART ONE

    DBSA Charter, Strategy and Key Initiatives

  • PART TWO

    Siyenza Manje Initiative

  • PART THREE

    Sustainable Communities Initiative

  • PART FOUR

    Local Investment Agency Initiative


Basis of charter

Basis of Charter

  • MANDATE

    • DBSA Act of 1997

    • Regulations

  • MISSION

    • finance & expertise

  • GUIDING PRINCIPLES

    • Additionality

    • Development impact

    • Sound banking practices

  • POLICY/INVESTMENT DIRECTIONS

    • Constitution & Legislation

    • People’s Contract

    • MTSP/MTEF

    • Dept/Sector Policy Frmwrks, Initiatives & Programmes

    • ASGISA, PGD Plans & IDP

    • SADC RISDP

    • NEPAD & MDGs


Dbsa s vision 2014 is

DBSA’s Vision 2014 is:

  • the progressive realization of an empowered and integrated region free of poverty, inequity and dependency;

  • to serve as a leading change agent for sustainable socio-economic development in the SADC region, and as a strategic partner in Africa south of the Sahara.


Our single overarching goal is

Our Single Overarching Goal is:

Our Five Core Objectives are:

  • Improve the quality of life of the people of the region;

  • Co-deliver social & economic infrastructure

  • Build human & institutional capacity

  • Promote broad-based economic growth, job creation, cooperation, integration & prosperity

  • Serve as a centre of excellence for development financing, innovation & effectiveness

  • Ensure internal financial sustainability


Dbsa s core strategies

DBSA’s Core Strategies

  • Invest in assets, hard (physical) and soft (human & institutional), that serve the poor, directly and indirectly, and that create broad-based wealth creation (infrastructural and productive capital);

  • Mobilise, develop, apply and manage knowledge in support of development effectiveness, innovation and generally an enabling developmental environment;


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Infrastructure Investment as a % of GDP

Economic infrastructure 2004

(R40 Billion)

% of GDP

social infrastructure (R13b in 2004)

50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 00s

Source: RMB Economics & Reserve Bank Quarterly Bulletin

17/05/05


Infrastructure service backlogs

Infrastructure service backlogs

Telephones

Electricity

Sanitation

Water

1996 2001

1996 2001

1996 2001

1996 2001


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1 - Broadening & Deepening

Development Impact

2. Black Economic Empowerment

3. Knowledge

Management

4. Smart

Partnerships

5. Innovation & Corporate

Entrepreneurship

6. Responsible Risk Taking

& Risk Management

7. Performance

Recognition

& Reward

8. Alignment of

Strategy, Structure,

Processes & Culture

Vision 2014 Strategic Thrusts


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Key Strategic Initiatives

  • Siyenze Manje (ST 1, 3, 4)

  • Sustainable Communities Initiative (ST 1, 2, 3, 5)

  • Local Investment Agency (ST 1, 2, 3, 6)

  • Vulindela Academy (ST 1, 3, 4)

  • Strategic & Operational Support to

    • Expanded Public Works Programme (ST 1, 2, 3, 4)

    • Project Consolidate (ST 1, 3, 4)

  • New Pricing Model (ST 1, 2, 5, 6)

  • Targeted Infrastructure Programme (ST 1, 6)

  • Soccer World Cup 2010 (ST 1, 4)

  • LG Network & Resource Centre (ST1, 3, 4, 5)

  • Internal Corporate Entrepreneurship & Innovation (ST 1, 3, 5)

  • South African DFS Forum (ST 3, 5)

  • Knowledge Management Africa (ST 1, 3, 4)


Dbsa execution modalities

DBSA Execution Modalities


Dbsa s differentiated roles in the wider regional context a

DBSA’s Differentiated Roles in the Wider Regional Context (a)


Key goals of government s contract with the people

Key Goals of Government’s Contract with the People

1. Reduce poverty by ½, via economic development, improved household & community assets

2. Provide skills & resources, build capacity

3. Reduce unemployment, new jobs, skills development, sustainable livelihoods

4. Reduce diseases, malnutrition, HIV/AIDS & preventable causes of death

5. Position RSA as effective force in global and regional relations – African growth & prosperity


Dbsa targets toward government s people s contract a

DBSA Targets Toward Government’s People’s Contract (a)


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DBSA Targets Toward Government’s

People’s Contract (b)


Dbsa targets toward government s people s contract c

DBSA Targets Toward Government’s People’s Contract (c)


Dbsa targets toward government s people s contract d

DBSA Targets Toward Government’s People’s Contract (d)


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