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NPA Presentation to Portfolio Committee. Budget Hearing 17 – 18 March 2005. Programme. Thursday,17 March 2005 DSO: DNDPP L Mc Carthy14h00 Friday,18 March 2005 NDPP: Overview09h00 CEO: MTEF Submission 2004/5 09h15 CFO: Expenditure& Budget Overview 09h30

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Npa presentation to portfolio committee

NPA Presentation to Portfolio Committee

Budget Hearing

17 – 18 March 2005

Report to Parliament March 2005


Programme

Programme

Thursday,17 March 2005

  • DSO: DNDPP L Mc Carthy14h00

    Friday,18 March 2005

  • NDPP: Overview09h00

  • CEO: MTEF Submission 2004/5 09h15

  • CFO: Expenditure& Budget Overview 09h30

  • NPS: Director M Mpshe10h00

  • SOCA: Special Director Thoko Majokweni11h00

  • SCCU: Special Director Chris Jordaa11h30

  • PCLU: Special Director Anton Ackermann12h00

  • WPU: Special Director Dawood Adam12h30

  • CS: Deputy CEO Beryl Simelane13h00

  • IMU: DDG D Mvelase 13h30

Report to Parliament March 2005


Introduction overview

Introduction & Overview

National Director of Public Prosecutions

Vusumuzi Patrick Pikoli

Report to Parliament March 2005


Npa strategy map using bsc approach

NPA STRATEGY MAP USING BSC APPROACH

Report to Parliament March 2005


Basis of 2004 5 bid

Basis of 2004/5 Bid

  • Crime continues to be a serious problem & barrier to economic growth

  • NPA performance has improved but the size of the problem is also increasing

  • Reaching the limits of gains to be made from improving productivity

  • Cannot be satisfied that enough has been done in terms of making an impact on reduction of crime & increasing confidence in criminal justice system

  • However simply doing more of the same is neither affordable nor effective in the long term

  • Transformation process underway in NPA looking for solutions – design phase to be complete June 2005

Report to Parliament March 2005


Funding priorities identified in 2004 5 bid

Funding priorities identified in 2004/5 bid

  • Community Courts

  • Sexual Offences Courts & Thuthuzela Centres

  • Specialised Commercial Crime Courts

  • Specialist Courts for priority crimes

  • Top 200 Project

  • Witness Protection

  • Accommodation and security

  • New legal mandates

  • Job Evaluation

  • Training

  • Corporate support

Report to Parliament March 2005


Total npa bid 2004 5

Total NPA Bid 2004/5

  • NPA requested R276,7m in 2004/5 bid

  • Received additional funding of R48m

Report to Parliament March 2005


Npa mtef bid 2004 5

NPA MTEF Bid 2004/5

Chief Executive Officer

Marion Sparg

Report to Parliament March 2005


Additional funds 2005 6

Additional Funds 2005/6

Report to Parliament March 2005


Additional funds 2005 61

Additional Funds 2005/6.

Report to Parliament March 2005


Un funded priorities from 2005 6 mtef cycle

‘000

Security – bid was for 52,000 over 2005/6 – 2007/8 cycle

Job Evaluation & salary implementation – bid was for 142,535 over 2005/6 – 2007/8 cycle

Parole Boards – bid was for 8,512 over 2005/6 – 2007/8 cycle

CS Support – bid was for 125,000 over 2005/6 – 2—7/8 cycle

‘000

Training – bid was for 90,000 over 2005/6 – 2007/8 cycle

AFU Special Project – bid was for 225,000 over 2005/6 – 2007/8 cycle

Unfunded priorities from 2005/6 MTEF cycle

Report to Parliament March 2005


Under funded priorities from 2005 6 mtef cycle

‘000

Community Courts – underfunded by 12,621 over 2005/6 – 2007/8 cycle

Top 200 project – underfunded by 33,036 over 2005/6 – 2007/8 cycle

Witness Protection – underfunded by 72,000 over 2005/6 – 2007/8 cycle

New High Courts – underfunded by 1,000 over 2005/6 – 2007/8 cycle

‘000

Specialist courts – total bid for Sexual Offences Courts, Commercial Crime Courts & other specialist courts amounted to 200,272 and 78,000 was received (if one includes additional SCCU funding from 2004/5 cycle) – resulting in underfunding of 200,194 for specialist courts as a whole

Underfunded priorities from 2005/6 MTEF cycle

Report to Parliament March 2005


Expenditure 2004 5 budget overview 2005 6

Expenditure 2004/5 & Budget Overview 2005/6

Chief Financial Officer

Brian Graham

Report to Parliament March 2005


Overall npa budget

Overall NPA Budget

Report to Parliament March 2005


Unit budget performance

Unit Budget & Performance

Report to Parliament March 2005


Special projects

Special Projects

Report to Parliament March 2005


Changes to ene

Changes to ENE

Report to Parliament March 2005


National prosecuting services

National Prosecuting Services

Director of Public Prosecutions

Mokotedi Mpshe

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements innovative projects

Achievements – Innovative Projects

  • Service Charter launched at Royal Show in Pietermaritzburg – 10,000 leaflets and 2,025 posters distributed countrywide

  • Court & Case Flow Management – workshops held to align processes to proposals in working document & system piloted in Western Cape

  • New publications produced to improve communications – Legal Updater (National), Pinetown Cluster Gazette (KZN), Ditaba (Pretoria) and Ethics Manual for Prosecutors (National)

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements activities

Achievements - Activities

  • Targeted prosecutions – Gangs Pilot Project (W Cape), High Flyers Project (W Cape and WLD), Operation Boachard (KZN) and project dealing with bank robberies and cash-in-transit cases (WLD)

  • Community Courts – 9 pilot sites, 5061 cases finalised (412 by diversion)

  • Saturday Courts – discontinued Sept 2004 due to lack of funding – 81 540 cases finalised over three-year period

  • Sexual Offences Courts – 65 specialised courts, memos for another 25 submitted to department, 78 court preparation officers appointed to assist victims

Report to Parliament March 2005


Activities cont

Activities cont.

  • Hijacking courts – 7 courts in Gauteng finalised 529 cases in past year with conviction rate of 75.43%

  • Environmental Court in Hermanus achieved conviction rate of 88% in total of 146 cases

  • Drug Court in Durban achieved conviction rate of 97% and finalises 100 cases per month

Report to Parliament March 2005


Specialised tax units

Specialised tax units

  • Dedicated units in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town & prosecutors assigned in other areas

  • NPS handed 1,433 cases in 2004 – finalised 188 by January 2005 leaving caseload of 1,077

Report to Parliament March 2005


District courts

District Courts

  • Conviction rate of 87%, exceeding target of 85%

  • Reduced case cycle time of 89% of cases not older than 6 months, close to achieving target of 90%

  • Finalised 274, 145 cases by 31/01/05 compared to 274,036 cases in previous year

  • Outstanding court roll has increased by 6% from 149,531 at end January 2004 to 157,800 at end January 2005

Report to Parliament March 2005


Regional courts

Regional Courts

  • Achieved target of conviction rate of 75%

  • Target of 75% cases not older than 6 months not attained as 39% of cases were more than 6 months on the roll resulting in 18% below target

  • Finalised total of 35,533 cases by end January 2005, representing 15% increase in total of 30,829 cases finalised by end January 2004

  • Outstanding roll increased by 4% from 44,521 at end January 2004 to 46,205 at end January 2005

Report to Parliament March 2005


High courts

High Courts

  • Conviction rate of 86%, exceeding target of 85%

  • Only 4% of cases were longer than 12 months on the role – target was zero%

  • Still struggling to achieve 10% improvement in finalised cases – annual average of 47% below target

  • Target of 4 hours for court hours not achieved – average of 3h34

  • Total of 2,209 cases finalised during year of which 1,022 were Minimum Sentence cases

  • At end of January 2005, total of 1,127 cases were outstanding representing 8% increase from 1,047 cases outstanding at end January 2004

Report to Parliament March 2005


Nps prevalence audit on outstanding cases in regional high courts nov 2004

NPS Prevalence Audit on Outstanding Cases in Regional & High Courts, Nov 2004

  • 41,524 cases captured and analysed

  • Average length of time to finalise regional court cases I 14 months

  • Average time to finalise cases in the high court from appearance in district court is 25 months

Report to Parliament March 2005


Most prevalent offences

Most prevalent offences

Report to Parliament March 2005


Main crime categories

Main crime categories

Report to Parliament March 2005


Other achievements

Other achievements

  • Community outreach programmes

  • Customer survey

  • Appointment cards for witnesses – 1.5m countrywide

  • Help Desk in Wynberg

Report to Parliament March 2005


Plea sentence agreements

Fraud 872

Possession of abalone 156

Theft 137

Transportation of abalone 65

Culpable homicide 53

Dealing in narcotics 38

Rape 30

Drunken driving 27

Corruption 26

Housebreaking 25

Robbery 23

Possession of firearm w/o license 21

Murder 19

Plea & Sentence Agreements

Report to Parliament March 2005


Other projects

Other projects

  • Awaiting trial special project

  • Appeal backlog project

  • Aspirant prosecutors programme

  • Formal training

Report to Parliament March 2005


Financial constraints 2004 5

Financial Constraints 2004/5

  • Implementation of outcome of Job Evaluation

  • Training budget

  • Financial constraints also impacted on implementation of case flow management, improvement in court hours, reduction in awaiting trial periods and increase in no. of specialised courts

Report to Parliament March 2005


Deliverables 2005 6

Deliverables 2005/6

  • Community Prosecutions – public interest litigation, participating in community crime forums and increased community involvement in determining needs, wants & expectations of public

  • Increasing no. of community and other specialised courts

  • Implement Case Flow management – reduction of awaiting trial prisoners, children in custody, reduction in cases for trial by using plea bargaining, diversions

  • Improved partner management

  • Improved internal Communication

Report to Parliament March 2005


Sexual offences community affairs unit

Sexual Offences & Community Affairs Unit

Special Director Thoko Majokweni

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements 2004 5

Achievements 2004/5

  • Three more Thuthuzela Care Centres established in 2004 - Mamelodi, Mmabatho and Galeshewe, -currently have 7 in operation

  • 54 specialised Sexual Offences courts now in operation with conviction rate of 62% as opposed to 42% in ordinary regional courts

  • Victim Assistance Project – have appointed victim assistance officers at Thuthuzela Care Centres in Manenburg, Libode, Mdantsane and Baragwanath

  • Integrated Rape Portal pilot in 40 courts

  • Education & awareness achieved through partnerships such as that with Premier Soccer League

  • Public education & awareness workshops held in 10 sites, 2025 people attended

  • Schools awareness campaign achieved 24% increase in no. of pupils reached

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements cont

Achievements cont.

  • Multi-disciplinary domestic violence manual launched 29 March 2004 - accredited by SAQA in February 2005

  • Project Ndabazitha launched to empower traditional leaders in dealing with domestic violence in rural areas

  • Domestic Violence Management Sites project conceptualised

  • Policy work continuing – Interdepartmental Management Team, Human Trafficking Inter-sectoral Task Team, Victim Assistance and Preparation Task Team, Maintenance Task Team and NPA Task Team on Child Justice chaired by SOCA Unit

Report to Parliament March 2005


2005 6 challenges

2005/6 Challenges

  • Sourcing & administering funding for projects

  • Difficulty with ensuring multi-disciplinary co-operation

  • Budget allocation for non-personnel requirements inadequate

  • Over reliance on donor funding for major projects

  • Lack of cross-cutting financing policy impacts on interdepartmental work

Report to Parliament March 2005


Specialised commercial crimes court unit

Specialised Commercial Crimes Court Unit

Special Director Chris Jordaan

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements 2004 51

Achievements 2004/5

  • Enrolled 875 cases

  • Acquitted 28 cases

  • Convictions 599 cases

  • Sentences 576

  • Conviction rate 95.53%

  • Successful roll-out to Durban and Port Elizabeth

Report to Parliament March 2005


Financial constraints 2004 51

Financial constraints 2004/5

  • Roll-out to Durban & PE scaled down & both units seriously understaffed

  • Roll-out to CT, Bloemfontein & Germiston could not be implemented

  • RAF units operating on skeleton staff

Report to Parliament March 2005


Challenges 2005 6

Challenges 2005/6

  • Implementation of roll-out to Cape Town & Port Elizabeth will be scaled down due to funding constraints

  • Finding funds to adequately resource existing offices including RAF

  • Recruitment of skilled staff

  • Reducing unacceptably high Case loads per prosecutor

  • Reducing backlog of cases

Report to Parliament March 2005


Priority crimes litigation unit

Priority Crimes Litigation Unit

Special Director Anton Ackerman

Report to Parliament March 2005


Mandate

Mandate

Unit is tasked with investigation & prosecution of serious national and international crimes which impact on state security, as well as prosecution of cases arising arising from TRC and tracing of missing persons as reported by TRC

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements 2004 52

Achievements 2004/5

  • Prosecutions in relation to proliferation legislation – State vs.. Gelges & Wisser,State Vs Topcape Technology & State vs. African Amines

  • Conventional arms control – State vs. Campbell, State vs. Grobelaar

  • Regulation of foreign military assistance – State vs. Roget, State vs. Alberts, attempt to overthrow Government of Equatorial Guinea

  • Statute of Rome – no. of sensitive investigations and assistance given to ICC in genocide investigation in DRC and elsewhere in Africa

  • No. of cases evaluated relating to state security including so-called plot to assassinate President, role of 2 SA’s arrested in Pakistan and presence in SA of persons listed on UN terrorists list

  • State vs. Wouter Basson on appeal to Constitutional Court

  • TRC missing persons – 480 cases warranting investigation identified, remains of 22 MK operatives located & exhumations are in progress

Report to Parliament March 2005


Financial constraints 2004 52

Financial Constraints 2004/5

  • Unit is experiencing financial constraints both with respect to personnel and non-personnel requirements

  • Current budget allocation inadequate for unit to fulfill its mandate

Report to Parliament March 2005


Challenges 2005 61

Challenges 2005/6

  • World becoming increasingly involved in conflict, including Africa

  • No. of cases relating to state security expected to increase

  • Govt. concerned at no. of SA’s involved in conflict in Iraq

  • Wouter Basson matter will take up much of the unit’s current capacity if successful

  • Missing persons project currently underway

  • In April 2005 new Anti-Terrorist Legislation will come into effect & will place additional burden on unit

Report to Parliament March 2005


Witness protection unit

Witness Protection Unit

Special Director

Dawood Adam

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements 2004 53

Achievements 2004/5

  • Witnesses assassinated – none since December 2000

  • Enhanced confidence in WPU resulted in increase of no. of witnesses admitted to programme – 296 in 2001/2, 375 in 2002/3 and 442 in 2003/4

  • Reduction in no. of grievances- dropped from 90% rate in 2001/2 to 3% in 2004/5

  • Reduction in no. of witnesses walking off programme – dropped from 40% in 2001/2 to 6% in 2004/5

  • Reduce cycle time due to fast-tracking of cases -reduced from 4 years in 2001/2 to 2.5 years in 2004/5

  • World Standard – WPU RSA acclaimed as leader in witness protection

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements cont1

Achievements cont.

  • Contribution to prosecutions and value for money: 3227 years in jail terms and 159 years in life terms for 2004/5 compared to 2542 years and 128 years respectively for 2003/4

  • Successful re-integration into society: 100% for 2004/5 compared to 90% for 2003/4

  • Favourable opinion from AG for past 3 years

  • Specialised operational training course developed against SAQA & B-Tech standard level 5

Report to Parliament March 2005


Financial constraints 2004 53

Financial Constraints 2004/5

  • Attempted to introduce new operating model

  • By mid-term had to implement budget containment steps

  • R11m over budget for 2004/5

  • Allocation for 2004/5 inadequate to meet demands and expectations, to continue with redesign & transformation of unit and to comply with mandate of WPP Act

Report to Parliament March 2005


Objectives 2005 6

Objectives 2005/6

  • Continue with redesign & transformation

  • Develop & phasing in of own capacity

  • Priority posts to be funded – 3 regional heads, protectors, clinical psychologist and 9 clinical evaluators,

  • Fast-tracking of cases

Report to Parliament March 2005


Challenges

Challenges

  • Unpredictability of no. of witnesses requiring protection at any given time

  • Cycle times & costs affected by set of inter-related factors including:

    • Efficiency of CJS in processing cases

    • Nature of threat against witnesses

    • Need for identity change on relocation after testimony

    • No. of family members requiring protection

    • No. of witnesses on programme at any given time

    • Witness work status and standard of living

    • Time on the programme

Report to Parliament March 2005


Budget constraints 2005 6

Budget Constraints 2005/6

  • Treasury only allocated additional R18m over 2005/6 cycle

  • Inadequate to meet demands & expectations

  • MTEF proposal was for R90m for 2005/6 cycle

  • Shortfall R72m

Report to Parliament March 2005


Corporate services

Corporate Services

Deputy CEO

Beryl Simelane

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements 2004 54

Achievements 2004/5

Finance & Procurement Service Centre

  • Maintained three-year unbroken record of unqualified opinion from Auditor General on financial statements for 2003/4

  • Successful implementation of new Standard Chart of Accounts as required by National Treasury

  • New Supply Chain Management system prescribed by National Treasury in process of being implemented

  • Acquiring new office accommodation in Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein and Kimberley

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements cont2

Achievements cont.

Human Resources Management & Development

  • Completed job evaluation of all 161 occupational categories

  • Employee Wellness Forum established & increased utilisation of counselling service

  • 95% reduction of incorrect appointment dates of officials transferred from SAPS, NIA, SASS & DOD

  • 95% reduction in salaries and performance rewards queries

  • Development & implementation of induction program

  • Implementation of Internship program – intake of 298

  • 436 bursaries allocated to NPA staff

  • Processing of 896 permanent and 467 contract appointments from 1/4./04 to 28/2/05

  • New performance management system implemented from 1 April 2004

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements cont3

Achievements cont.

Security & Risk Management

  • 25% reduction in vetting backlog

  • 1,114 security clearances issued

  • All 18 employees who reported threats to their lives received protection within 24 hours by means of Employee Protection Program

  • 80% of staff issued with identification cards

  • All DSO staff issued with appointment cards and firearm licences

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements cont4

Achievements cont.

Research & Policy - and – Information Services

  • Development & piloting of MA & Post-graduate diploma in Fraud & Economic Crimes Investigation

  • Piloting of exchange program with Howard University Law School in USA

  • Research partnerships with Human Sciences Research Council, Institute of Security Studies and University of Fort Hare finalised

  • Distribution of 6 000 legal titles/books to prosecutors

  • Finalisation of service level agreement with SITA for desktop support

  • Development of Geographical Information System

Report to Parliament March 2005


Utilisation of eap 2004 5

Utilisation of EAP 2004/5

  • Total no. of cases – 330

  • Total no. of contacts – 2,171

  • Trends:

    • Counselling (Personal) 312

    • Work-related 129

    • Life Management 68

Report to Parliament March 2005


Appointments 2004 5

Appointments 2004/5

  • Backlog of vacancies arising from DPSA moratorium eliminated – over 400 posts advertised

  • Unit lost 22 staff in same period due to resignations & transfers including head of unit

  • Total no. of appointments from 1/4/2004 – 28/2/2005: 896 permanent appointments (744 in NPS) and 467 contract appointments

Report to Parliament March 2005


Appointments per business unit

Appointments per Business Unit

Report to Parliament March 2005


Labour relations

Labour Relations

Finalised Matters for Period 1 April 2004 – 28 February 2005

ItemCategory Total NumberUnit

DisciplineFraud 7 13 NPS -9

Alcohol 1 DSO - 3

Misappropriation CS - 1

of funds 1

Absenteeism 1

Non-disclosure 1

Bribery/dishonesty 2

Grievances Probation 1 8 NPS - 3

Benefits 1 IMU - 1

Merits 5 DSO - 2

Appointments 1 AFU - 2

Report to Parliament March 2005


Labour relations cont

Labour Relations cont.

ItemCategory Total NumberUnit

Poor Performance 5 NPS – 4

AFU - 1

AppealsMajority relate to serious 18 NPS - 13

misconduct eg corruption, CS - 1

fraud, bribery & dishonesty DSO - 4

SuspensionsSuspensions 20 21 DSO - 8

Temporary Transfer 1 NPS - 13

Total 65

Report to Parliament March 2005


Training co ordination 2004 5 cont

Training Co-ordination 2004/5 cont.

Report to Parliament March 2005


Funding constraints 2004 5

Funding Constraints 2004/5

  • Office Accommodation

  • Training

  • Security

  • Advertising & resettlement (recruitment)

  • Implementation of outcome of Job Evaluation for NPA

  • No budget for increased Corporate Services growth to meet growth in core business units in NPA

Report to Parliament March 2005


Objectives 2004 5

Objectives 2004/5

  • Implementation of Supply Chain Management process that complies with the relevant legislation and enhances delivery to Business Units.

  • Secure additional funds from Treasury to implement outcome of Job Evaluation process.

  • Continuously monitor and evaluate the performance management system and address the identified skills gaps.

Report to Parliament March 2005


Objectives cont

Objectives cont.

  • Formalize Partnerships with the following institutions.

    a)    Center for Drug Abuse Research at the Howard University Law School

    b)     The National Institute of Justice, USA.

    c)     Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

    d) Center for Applied Legal Studies

    e)     Center for Justice and Reconciliation

Report to Parliament March 2005


Objectives cont1

Objectives cont.

  • Complete Major Research Projects which include a Process Evaluation of the Hatfield Community Court, evaluation of the impact of JACT on corruption in the public service in the Eastern Cape, a Documentary History of the NPA, feasibility study of alternative service delivery models for the criminal justice system.

Report to Parliament March 2005


Objectives cont2

Objectives cont.

  • Roll-out the Information Security Strategy.

  • Implement the lower courts security and risks assessment recommendations.

  • Reduce vetting backlog by 100%.

  • Implement joint occupational and health committees (DOJCD & NPA).

  • Establish structured working relations, through MOUs and SLAs with potential strategic partners in the areas of security and risk management.

Report to Parliament March 2005


Objectives concl

Objectives concl.

  • The stabilization of the current networks particularly the Wide Area Network. The networks form the backbone of all electronic services to be provided to users in the NPA.

  • Information systems and network security improvements to meet organizational requirements and client expectations.

  • Provide an enabling technology to meet the increasing demands of the NPA. in the following areas:

    a. The central crime database project

    b. The development of Back Office Systems

    c. A Case Management System for the Offices of the Directors of Public Prosecutions

Report to Parliament March 2005


Challenges 2005 62

Challenges 2005/6

How to deal with funding constraints (in IT- where hardware replacement and the implementation of network security solutions is likely to cost about R20 mil, the implementation of the findings of Job Evaluation is estimated to cost R150 mil.) and at the same time meet the expectations of customers. Budgets have already been submitted and given the wide-ranging and diverse priorities of the organization, some budget expectations may not be met and yet delivery objectives have already been set.

Report to Parliament March 2005


Challenges 2005 63

Challenges 2005/6

The transformation process currently underway in the NPA, places challenges of its own kind to the various Services Centers, in terms of improving customer focus and streamlining delivery processes. This makes the need to refine processes, improve personnel skills and expertise a categorical imperative within Corporate Services.

Report to Parliament March 2005


Funding constraints 2005 6

Funding Constraints 2005/6

  • Office Accommodation

  • Security

  • Training

  • Additional CS support to meet growth of core business units

  • Implementation of outcome of Job Evaluation for NPA

Report to Parliament March 2005


Integrity management unit

Integrity Management Unit

Deputy Director-General

Dipuo Mvelase

Report to Parliament March 2005


Objectives

Objectives

  • Promotion of ethical conduct in NPA

  • Education and awareness

  • Prevention of unethical conduct, corruption and fraud

  • Detection and investigation of unethical conduct, corruption and fraud

  • Management of IMU

Report to Parliament March 2005


Achievements

Achievements

  • Draft Integrity Promotion strategy distributed for inputs

  • Draft policies distributed for comment

  • Tender issued for establishment of ethics toll-free hotline

  • Gift register in production for circulation

  • Education and awareness workshops held – reaching 52% of NPA employees so far

  • Monitoring of compliance – 90% of SMS Financial Declarations for 2004/5 submitted

  • Investigating 28 cases as at 28/2/05

Report to Parliament March 2005


Challenges1

Challenges

  • Need for shared understanding of integrity management in NPA

  • Current capacity of unit – still filling posts

  • Establishment of Integrity steering committee and recruitment and training of integrity champions

  • Prioritisation of cases

  • Unit currently severely under budgeted

Report to Parliament March 2005


Budget 2005 6

Budget 2005/6

  • Total envisaged staff complement = 31 employees

  • Personnel budget 2005/6 R7.9m

  • Operational budget 2005/6 R4.6m

  • Total budget for 2005/6 R12.5m

Report to Parliament March 2005


Npa presentation to portfolio committee

Thank You

Report to Parliament March 2005


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