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“AN ACTIVE AND WINNING NATION”

2005: YEAR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT

SRSA


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STRATEGIC PLAN AND BUDGET PRESENTATION

TO THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON RECREATION AND EDUCATION IN THE NCOP

18 MAY 2005

SRSA


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PRE-AMBLE:Sport & Recreation SA (SRSA) recognising that

  • Sport, which incorporates recreation,is a pervasive institution worldwide;

  • Sport and Recreation can be used as a medium to achieve specific outcomes that can either be positive or negative

  • There is substantial disparities between advantaged and disadvantaged communities in terms of access to sport in South Africa, a persistent feature that is acknowledged in the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) as “one of the worst legacies of apartheid”

  • The Government of South Africa has set specific goals for itself, the actualisation of which sport and recreation must contribute to;

  • Government pursues and integrated approach to planning and delivery

  • SRSA has been included in three (3) clusters namely the Social Sector Cluster (the core cluster of SRSA), the International Relations Cluster and the Governance and Administration Cluster each with its own specific objectives and priorities, but has interest in the priorities of all clusters

SRSA


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PRE-AMBLE:Sport & Recreation SA (SRSA) recognising that

  • Two statutory bodies have been established to assist SRSA with the delivery of sport & recreation:

  • The existence of several other stakeholders in the NGO sector eg SASCOC, NFs and other NGO’s

  • That SA is part of the African continent and enjoys membership of the SCSA, the technical wing for sport of the AU and the SCSA Zone VI

  • The supremacy of the Constitution of the Republic of South africa and the Public Finance Act (PFMA) in determining the operations of SRSA

  • That sport is a provincial and local competency in accordance with Schedule 5 of the Constitution Act.

  • Therefore sets out to achieve the mission, vision and objectives described in the (revised) White Paper on Sport and Recreation in pursuit of actualising Government’s objective of ensuring a better life for all South Africans

SRSA


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WHAT DRIVES US AT SRSA?

  • Priorities identified by the President in his State of the Nation Address

  • Priorities identified by the Government clusters

  • Policy directives of the Cabinet, Parliament, the Minister of Sport and Recreation, the Portfolio Committee on Sport and Recreation and the Select Committee on Education and Recreation

SRSA


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WHAT DRIVES US AT SRSA?

  • Our objectives

    • To increase the levels of participation of South Africans in sport and recreation activities

      • To raise levels of participation in formal, organised sport and recreation activities from 25% to at least 30%

    • Raising sports’ profile especially amongst decision makers in the face of conflicting and competing priorities

      • To secure more resources for sport and recreation

    • Maximising the probability of success of South African individuals and teams in major (international) sports events

      • To contribute to nation-building and the marketing of our country globally

    • Placing sport at the forefront of efforts to address issues of national importance (using sport as a medium for achieving positive outcomes for South African society)

SRSA


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WHAT DRIVES US AT SRSA?

  • Our priorities

    • To confirm and streamline the responsibilities of role-players in sport and recreation

    • To lobby for funds for the upgrading of basic, multi-purpose sport and recreation facilities

    • To develop the human resource potential for the management of sport and recreation in South Africa

    • To motivate the community to develop active lifestyles and to channel those with talent into the competitive areas of sport

    • To develop a high performance programme that is geared toward preparing elite athletes for major competitions

    • To ensure that all sport and recreation bodies achieve their transformation objectives

    • To finalise and implement a code of ethics for sport and recreation in South Africa

    • To develop an international relations policy in concert with national government policies

SRSA


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Priorities identified by the President

  • Consolidation of national reconciliation, national cohesion and unity, and a shared new patriotism born of the strengthening of the manifest reality of a South Africa that belongs to all who live in it, united in their diversity;

  • The further entrenchment of democracy in our country that truly serves the interests of the people;

  • Transforming our country into a genuinely non-racial and non-sexist society;

  • Eradicating poverty and underdevelopment, within the context of a thriving and growing first economy and the successful transformation of the second economy;

  • Opening the vistas toward the spiritual and material fulfilment of each and every South African

SRSA


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Priorities identified by the President(continued)

  • Ensuring the safety and security of all our people;

  • Contributing to the victory of the African Renaissance and the achievement of the goal of a better life for the peoples of peoples of Africa and the rest of the world;

  • Ensure that Sout Africa truly belongs to all who live in it, black and white, united in our diversity;

  • Achieve higher rates of economic growth and development, improve the quality of life of all our people, and consolidate our social cohesion;

  • Improve economic inclusion and provide the skills required by the economy;

  • Deliver services to the population in a sustainable way;

  • Improve the ability of government to deliver;

  • Improve school infrastructure and create a healthy environment in our schools, especiall in poor areas;

SRSA


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Priorities identified by the President(continued)

  • Defining and implementing sectoral charters, and Code of Good Practice for Broad-based, Black Economic Empowerment;

  • Develop small and medium enterprises;

  • Align the National Spatial Development Perspective with the PGDS and the Municipal IDPs, i.e. improve integration among all spheres of government;

  • Increase the number of skilled workers and raise the skills level of our people, generally;

  • Rural and urban infrastructure;

  • Finalise sector development strategies and programmes;

  • Ensure inclusivity of the marginalised in the second economy;

  • Implement the Expanded Public Works Programme and more extensive use of labour intensive methods of construction, including sports facilities;

SRSA


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Priorities identified by the President(continued)

  • The provision of information that will enhance access;

  • Optimal utilisation of the municipal infrastructure grant;

  • Early childhood development programme

  • Urbal renewal and rural development;

  • Improve capacity of municipalities to improve performance;

  • Campaigns to reduce non-communicable diseases and non-natural causes of death through the promotion of healthy lifestyles;

  • Improving the standard of living of the poorest among us;

  • Particular attention to the health of our nation, especially with regard to HIV and AIDS;

  • Systematic plans against corruption;

  • Examine the implications of research into social structure and social mobility, demographics and dynamics with regard to such categories as race, language, religion, gender, age and disability as well as matters pertaining to identity and social values;

SRSA


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Priorities identified by the President(continued)

  • Strengthening social cohesion;

  • Improve the machinery of government so that wherever we are, we are inspired to act as servants of the people;

  • Grow the izizimbizo;

  • Implement the Batho Pele Gateway to afford citizens the platform to access information and later, services by electronic means;

  • Conduct a review of skills and levels of competence within the Senior Management Service and fill the gaps where they exist. Massively improve the management, organisational, technical and other capacities of government so that it meets its objectives;

  • Improve the competence within the public service, align planning and implementation, and issues pertaining to the mobilisation of the public service to speed up social transformation;

  • Improve the Batho Pele campaign

SRSA


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Priorities identified by the President(continued)

  • Entrench the ethos of Letsema and Vuk’uzenzele among all our people and ensure that these values permeate the work of government

  • Deal with those in the public service who, because of their negligence and tardiness, deny many of our people services due to them, in instances where the resources have been made available to deliver these services;

  • Improving monitoring and evaluation across government, including the electronic management system;

  • Expand employment in the public service;

  • Review gender imbalances as well as representation of people with a disability within the public service, against the targets that government has set itself;

  • Fight the tendency to act according to particular stereotypes, deeply pervasive prejudices that decide who has ability and who has not, dressed up as support for merit, infesting the thinking of many who genuinely believe that they are not prejudiced

SRSA


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Priorities identified by the President(continued)

  • Strengthening the campaign, including structures, to fight the challenge of corruption;

  • Pursuing the goal of a better world, our contribution to the efforts of humanity to build a world in which each can feel a sense of belonging, enjoying and improving quality of life;

  • Consolidate the African agenda;

  • Strengthen SADC, including revamping its management structures and implementing infrastructure projects already defined;

  • Prepare for South Africa’s Peer Review Assessment;

  • Playing our role to ensure the success of the AU and its programme and NEPAD;

  • Strengthening bilateral relations;Working with the rest of Africa and FIFA to prepare for the 2010 FIFA World Cup;

  • Playing a role to ensure that we are a winning nation and that we play our role toward the renewal of Africa and the creation of a better world.

SRSA


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PRIORITIES OF THE GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION CLUSTER

  • Capability needs for a developmental state

    • Compulsory induction/orientation of public servants

    • Short courses – senior and middle management

    • Internship and mentorship programmes

    • Linkages with the private sector and foreign countries

    • Develop relationships with the Higher Education Sector to develop public sector training needs

    • Determine the medium and long tern skills needs of the public service and those of the developmental state

    • Closer relationship between HRM and HRD

    • Strengthen HR function and planning in government

    • Implement revised performance management system

    • Implement short, medium and long term skills retention strategies

    • Develop an anti-corruption programme

SRSA


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PRIORITIES OF THE GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION CLUSTER

  • Macro-organisation of the state

    • Batho Pele

      • Implement Cabinet decisions on Batho Pele

      • Implement Batho Pele Change Management campaign

      • Accountability framework for public servants

    • Integrated service delivery

    • Batho Pele Gateway

    • Expand access to Batho Pele gateway

SRSA


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PRIORITIES OF THE GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION CLUSTER

  • Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation

    • Alignment planning

      • Alignment of NSDP, PGDS and IDP

    • Project Consolidate

      • Facilitate Public participation

      • Implement expanded public works programme

      • Implement Municipal Infrastructure Grant

    • Participatory governance

      • Imbizo focus weeks

    • Government-wide monitoring and evaluation system

    • Implement oversight and assistance

      • Establish capacity to carry out interventions and assistance on request

SRSA


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PRIORITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, PEACE AND SECURITY CLUSTER

  • Consolidation of the Africa Agenda

    • Strengthening the African Union and its structures

      • Operationalise the AU Specialised Technical Committees

      • Implement the AU Gender Declaration

      • Engage the African Diaspora

      • Strengthen Bilateral Relations

      • Finalise immigration regulations and attend to immigration in Africa and the Diaspora

    • NEPAD

      • Provide capacity and political support for the implementation of NEPAD programmes

      • Facilitate the implementation of NEPAD priority sectors (infrastructure tourism, health human resources and science and technology)

      • Strengthen NEPAD coordination mechanisms in South Africa

      • Support integration of existing sectoral NEPAD Action Plans (e.g) infrastructure tourism science and technology) into AU and SADC processes

        Southern African Development Community (SADC)

SRSA


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PRIORITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, PEACE AND SECURITY CLUSTER

  • Global Governance

    • Socio-economic

      • 2010 FIFA World CupTM

      • Tourism focussing on coordination of NEPAD tourism strategy

SRSA


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PRIORITIES OF THE SOCIAL SECTOR CLUSTER SECURITY CLUSTER(our core cluster)

  • Implementing social aspects of the Expanded Public Works Programme

    • Human settlement re-development programme

  • Meeting the increasing challenges of housing and human settlements

    • Meeting the challenges of the rapid rate of urbanization

  • Promotion of national pride and identity

  • Health, Food Security and Nutrition

    • Unnatural casues of death significant research work

  • HIV and AIDS

    • Social Mobilisation Campaign

  • ISRDP and URP

    • Address and redress the causes of historical socio-economic exclusion and deprivation

    • Consolidate development interventions and expand the coverage of the nodes

    • Developing and implementing an integrated monitoring and evaluation framework

    • Implementing financing protocols for ISRDP and URP nodes

SRSA


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PRIORITIES OF THE JUSTICE, CRIME, PEACE AND SECURITY CLUSTER SECURITY CLUSTER(SRSA is not part of this Cluster)

  • Promoting national identity and pride

    • Social cohesion and social justice

      • Department based programmes to address exclusion based on race and gender

      • Rehabilitation of communities in line with the recommendations of the TRC report

  • Ongoing priorities:

    • Reducing levels of crime

    • 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup Finals

  • Priorities for 2005

    • Reducing levels of crime

      • Social crime prevention programmes

SRSA


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PRIORITIES OF THE ECONOMIC AND EMPLOYMENT CLUSTER SECURITY CLUSTER(SRSA is not part of this Cluster)

  • Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment

  • Tourism

  • Economic reform

    • Infrastrucure development

    • More equitable geographic spread of economic activity

    • Review of public entities

SRSA


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SRSA: Vision and Mission SECURITY CLUSTER

  • VISION

    • “An active and winning nation”

  • MISSION

    • To actualise government’s objectives by creating an environment conducive to maximising the access to participation in sport and recreation by all South Africans and to enhance the medal-winning potential of the country’s athletes in international sporting competitions

SRSA


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FUNCTIONS OF SPORT AND RECREATION SOUTH AFRICA SECURITY CLUSTER

  • Managing the Vote for Sport and recreation

  • Supporting the Office of the Minister of Sport and recreation

  • Providing support, from a government perspective, to all stakeholders in sport and recreation

  • Coordinating, developing, resourcing, implementing, monitoring, reporting on, and evaluating the mass participation programme, including school sport

  • Talent identification

  • Education and Training

  • Ensuring that integrated sports management information is available to all stakeholders

  • Coordination of Government’s involvement of the 2010 FIFA World Cup

  • Interpreting broad government policy to develop policies for sport and recreation

SRSA


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FUNCTIONS OF SPORT AND RECREATION SOUTH AFRICA SECURITY CLUSTER

  • Aligning the policies of sport and recreation with the policies of other government departments and vice-versa

  • Providing legal advice to stakeholders in sport and recreation from a government perspectiveh

  • Subsidising clients of SRSA in accordance with the PFMA and the SRSA funding policy

  • Managing inter- and intra-governmental relations

  • Presenting the Presidential Sports Awards

  • Procuring resources for sport and recreation from abroad

  • Communicating sport and recreation related matters fro a government perspective

  • Coordinating and responding to parliamentary questions

  • Coordinating and monitoring the creation and upgrading of sport and recreation infrastructure through the BSRP

SRSA


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MINISTRY SECURITY CLUSTER

DG

COO

C/DIR

CORP SERVICES

CFO

C/DIR

PROGRAMMES

DIR:

CLIENT SUPP

SERV

DIR:

MASS PART

DIR:

LIAIS

INFO SERV

SRSA


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BUDGET PRESENTATION SECURITY CLUSTER

SRSA


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GROWTH IN BUDGET OF SRSA SECURITY CLUSTER

R’000

  • 2001/2002 101 093

  • 2002/2003 171 826

  • 2003/2004 223 178

  • 2004/2005 294 213

  • 2005/2006 203 628

  • 2006/2007 231 945

  • 2007/2008 241 917

SRSA


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OPTIONS MOTIVATED IN MTEF SECURITY CLUSTER

  • Hosting of the 2010 FIFA soccer world cup finals

  • School sport

  • Extension of the mass participation Programme

  • Incorporation of the SASC

SRSA


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Baseline SECURITY CLUSTER

Changes to baseline

TOTAL

R 180 628 000

R 23 000 000

R 203 628 000

MTEF Allocation 2005/06

SRSA


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SRSA CHANGES TO 2005/2006 BASELINE SECURITY CLUSTER

SRSA


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SRSA BUDGET PER PROGRAMME OVER MTEF SECURITY CLUSTER

Programme 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 R’000 R’000 R’000

1 54190 55262 58026

2 80059 91762 96100

3 50271 62887 64431

4 19108 22034 23360

TOTAL 203628 231945 241917

SRSA



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1- Administration SECURITY CLUSTER

2- Client Support Services

3- Mass Participation

4- Liaison and Information services

TOTAL

R 54,190M 26,6%

R 80,059M 39,3%

R 50,271M 24,7%

R 19,108M 9,4%

R203,628M 100,0%

SRSA 2005/06 BUDGET% OF BUDGET PER PROGRAM

SRSA


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SRSA 2005/06 BUDGET PER PROGRAMME SECURITY CLUSTER

  • 1 – R 54 190 000

  • 2 - R 80 059 000

  • 3 - R 50 271 000

  • 4 - R 19 108 000

    R203 628 000

SRSA


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Compensation SECURITY CLUSTER

Goods and Services

Transfer Payments

TOTAL

R 30,658M 15,1%

R 86,938M 42,7%

R 86,032M 42,2%

R 203,628M 100,0%

SRSA 2005/06 Budget

SRSA


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SRSA BUDGET 2005/06 SECURITY CLUSTER

1 - Compensation

2 - Goods and Services

3 - Transfer payments

SRSA


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2005/2006 TRANSFER PAYMENTS SECURITY CLUSTER(EXCLUDING THETA AND RCSL)

SRSA


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LEGAL SERVICES SECURITY CLUSTER

SRSA


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SAFETY AT SPORTS SECURITY CLUSTERSTADIUMS BILL

SRSA





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CHIEF DIRECTORATE PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

PROGRAMMES

DIRECTORATE:

CLIENT SUPPORT

SERVICES

DIRECTORATE:

MASS

PARTICIPATION

DIRECTORATE:

LIAISON &

INFORMATION

SERVICES

SRSA


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CONFIRM ROLES & STREAMLINE RESPONSIBILITIES PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • ONLY TWO MACRO STRUCTURES IN SOUTH AFRICA:

  • SPORT AND RECREATION SA: MASS PARTICIPATION

  • SASCOC: HIGH PERFORMANCE SPORT

    • NOCSA DISSA

    • SACGA SASSU

    • SASC USSASA

SRSA


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CREATION & UPGRADE OF FACILITIES PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • FACILITIES: DPLG THROUGH MIG

  • SRSA FUNCTIONS

    • Determine needs: National Facilities Plan

    • Lobby Provinces & Local Authorities

    • Secure Additional resources

    • Monitor building & upgrading of facilities

    • Train facility managers

    • Advocate for sustained funding

    • Promote activities at facilities

SRSA


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DEVELOP HUMAN RESOURCE POTENTIAL PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • EDUCATION & TRAINING

    • Identify training needs

    • Develop training modules

    • Identify accredited service providers

    • Provide training courses

    • Deploy trained people

    • Establish a database of trained individuals

SRSA


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MOTIVATE COMMUNITY TO DEVELOP ACTIVE LIFESTYLES PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • Determine Participation levels

  • Identify federations best placed for more participants

  • Develop and implement the Mass Participation Programme

  • Talent identification

  • School Sport programmes

  • Determine Health status of nation

  • Work closely with DoHealth

SRSA


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SCHOOL SPORT PROGRAMME PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • GOVERNMENT BEGINNING TO TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY

  • NO FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION FROM LEARNERS

  • CAPACITY BUILDING CENTRAL

SRSA


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DEVELOP A HIGH PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • IMPLEMENT MTT RECOMMENDATIONS

  • SASCOC HIGH PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME

  • RATIONALISE HP PROGRAMS

  • PROVIDE FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR SERVICES

  • ESTABLISH NATIONAL ACADEMY SYSTEM

SRSA


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ENSURE TRANSFORMATION OBJECTIVES ARE MET PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • SPORTS TRANSFORMATION CHARTER

  • SPORTS TRANSFORMATION LEGISLATION

  • PERFORMANCE AGREEMENTS

  • ARCHIVE HISTORY OF BLACK SPORT

SRSA


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ETHICS IN SPORT PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • Amend anti-doping legislation

  • Adopt UN Convention against doping in sport

  • Anti-racism campaigns

  • Campaigns against anti-social behaviour

  • Develop code of ethics

  • Moral Regeneration

SRSA


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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • International exchange program

  • FOCUS on NEPAD, AU through SCSA

  • Protocol Services

  • Coordinate Government’s involvement in 2010 FIFA WC & RWC Bid

  • Bidding and hosting strategy

SRSA


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DIRECTORATE: PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLICCLIENT SUPPORT SERVICES

  • Support recognised macro-bodies, national federations and other sport and recreation service providers through departmental subsidies and services, to support broad-based participation and the development of talent to move into competitive high performance sport

SRSA


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DIRECTORATE: PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLICMASS PARTICIPATION

  • Contribute towards a physically active nation by co-ordinating mass participation programmes in conjunction with the provinces, local authorities, national federations and other service providers.

SRSA


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DIRECTORATE: PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLICLIAISON &INFORMATION SEBRVICES

  • Create an environment conducive to the development of sport and recreation in South Africa through enhancing mutually beneficial inter- and intra-governmental relations, coordinating research, developing appropriate policies and providing support for the hosting of major events

SRSA


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CONSIDERATIONS FOR 2005/06 PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLICTRANSFER PAYENTS

  • Revised membership and club statistics

  • Performance at High Performance Level (Medals)

  • Transformation

SRSA


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MORE PEOPLE PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLICPRIORITY I & II

  • Athletics R750 000

  • Netball R750 000

  • Basketball R750 000

  • Boxing R750 000

  • Football R750 000

  • Rugby R750 000

  • Cricket R750 000

  • Gymnastics R600 000

  • Baseball R500 000

SRSA


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MORE PEOPLE PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLICPRIORITY III & IV

  • Golf R400 000

  • Hockey R400 000

  • Softball R400 000

  • Squash R400 000

  • Table Tennis R400 000

  • Tennis R400 000

  • Volleyball R400 000

  • Dance Sport R250 000

  • Chess R250 000

  • Swimming R250 000

SRSA


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MORE MEDALS PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLICPRIORITY I (GOLD GROUP)

  • Athletics R1.5m

  • Swimming R1.0m

SRSA


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MORE MEDALS PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLICPRIORITIES II & III(SILVER & BRONZE GROUPS)

  • Boxing R500 000

  • Dance Sport R250 000

  • Rowing R250 000

  • Bowls R250 000

  • Karate R250 000

SRSA


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PERSONNEL ASSISTANCE PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • Tennis R500 000

  • Athletics R130 000

  • Netball R130 000

  • Basketball R130 000

  • Baseball R130 000

  • Handball R130 000

  • Volleyball R130 000

  • Boxing R130 000

  • Hockey R130 000

SRSA


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PERSONNEL ASSISTANCE PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • Table Tennis R130 000

  • Squash R130 000

  • Softball R130 000

  • Gymnastics R130 000

  • Swimming R130 000

  • Dance Sport R130 000

SRSA


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PERSONNEL ASSISTANCE PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • Cycling R60 000

  • Surfing R60 000

  • Canoeing R60 000

  • Badminton R60 000

  • Chess R60 000

  • Judo R60 000

  • Karate R60 000

  • Lifesaving R60 000

SRSA


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Athletics PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

Badminton

Basketball

Baseball

Boxing

Bowls

Canoeing

Chess

Cycling

Dance Sport

Equestrian

Gymnastics

Handball

Judo

Karate

Lifesaving

Netball

Rowing

Rollerskating

Sailing

Softball

Shooting

Squash

Surfing

ADMIN GRANT: R50 000

SRSA


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Taekwondo PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

T Tennis

Tennis

Triathlon

Volleyball

Weightlifting

Wrestling

Hockey

Swimming

ADMIN GRANT: R50 000

SRSA


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Pool PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

Indoor Cricket

Snooker & Bill

Aerob & Fitn

Waterski

Korfball

Powerboating

Darts

Cast & Surfcast

Powerlifting

Motorsport

Waveski

Figure Skating

Jukskei

Master Sport

Modern Pentath

Ice Hockey

Ski & Snowboard

Orienteering

Tug-of-War

Fencing

ADMIN GRANT:R30 000

SRSA


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Badminton PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

Bowls (X2)

Canoeing

Cycling (X2)

Equestrian

Judo

Karate (X2)

Lifesaving

Roller Skating

Rowing (X2)

Shooting

Sailing

Surfing (X2)

Taekwondo

Triathlon

Weightlifting (X2)

Wrestling

DEVELOPMENT GRANTR50 000

SRSA


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Basketball PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

Baseball

Handball

Volleyball

Table Tennis

Squash

Hockey (R250 000)

Softball

Gymnastics (R200 000)

Tennis

Cycling

Surfing

Netball (R250 00)

INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATIONR100 000

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Badminton PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

Chess

Judo

Lifesaving

Roller Skating

Taekwondo

Shooting

Weightlifting

Wrestling

Equestrian

Canoeing

Sailing

Triathlon

INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATIONR50 000

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HOSTING INTERNATIONAL EVENTS PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • R2.644M

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TRANSFORMATION PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • R3.0M

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MACRO STRUCTURES PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLICR10.2M

  • SASCOC

    • NOCSA

    • SACGA (Melbourne CG)

    • DISSA

    • SASSU (World Student Games)

    • USSASA

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OTHER PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

  • School Sport R15.0m

  • National Academy R14.2m

  • Lovelife Games R15.0m

  • Sports Trust R 1.5m

  • Score R0.5m

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THANK YOU PERSONS VISITING THE REPUBLIC

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