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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


Outline of Presentation

  • 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

  • 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:

  • 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 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

  • 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

Telephones

Electricity

Sanitation

Water

1996 2001

1996 2001

1996 2001

1996 2001


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


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


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 (b)


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


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


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