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AN UPDATE ON BUDGET REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATION REPORT (BRRR) PROCESS. PRESENTED BY: ZIBELE NGXISHE. 24 AUGUST 2011. Contents of the presentation. Purpose of BRRR process Dti’s three main strategic themes i.t.o MTSF (econ. participation; trade; Industrial dev.)

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An update on budget review and recommendation report brrr process

AN UPDATE ON BUDGET REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATION REPORT (BRRR) PROCESS

PRESENTED BY: ZIBELE NGXISHE

24 AUGUST 2011


An update on budget review and recommendation report brrr process

Contents of the presentation

  • Purpose of BRRR process

  • Dti’s three main strategic themes i.t.o MTSF (econ. participation; trade; Industrial dev.)

  • Scope of BRRR - interface between themes and targeted programmes

  • Methodology: overview of programmes & key achievements; expenditure trends and key issues


An update on budget review and recommendation report brrr process

BROADEN PARTICIPATION - EMPOWERMENT AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

  • Objective: Inclusion of HDI and SMMEs into mainstream economy

  • Strategy: develop coops; promote black owned businesses; growth of SMMEs

  • Instruments: SEDA & SEDA technology programme


Overview of programme key achievements

OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMME & KEY ACHIEVEMENTS

  • SEDA available budget R402 m and zero variance to reach 63 916 new clients

  • SEDA to increase SMMEs and coops: network of 42 branches in SA; 17 mobile units; 58 Enterprise Information Centres

  • THRIP from NRF received R151 m and zero variance

  • Technology incubation programme: 1209 SMMEs supported & 35% women and led to 893 direct jobs

  • Coops development: 100 new small coops developed with approx. 500 new jobs and the A/B for coop Act (Act no. 14 of 2005) and strategy approved by cabinet for further consultation;


Continuation on overview of programme

CONTINUATION ON OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMME

  • Equity & empowerment: SAWEN R10 m and no variance & IDC Isivande women’s fund R10.5 m with no variance

  • SMME procurement services: presidential hotline facilitated R230 m in payments to SMMES within 30 days

  • IDC SPII received R74.5 m and no variance

  • National productivity Institute Workplace challenge R11.5 m and no variance


Main expenditure trends on eedd

MAIN EXPENDITURE TRENDS ON EEDD

  • Empowerment & enterprise development received R814 m and spent R801 (98 %) with 2% variance

  • On current payments R11 m under expenditure

  • In 2011/12 FY EEDD spent R230 m of the allocated R237 m with 2.8 % variance and this is in line with 25 % expenditure requirement per quarter


Industrial development idd teo

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT – IDD & TEO

  • Revised IPAP 2 to strengthen govt. interventions on industrial dev. & job creation in line with NGP

  • Key areas: Skills development; technological innovation and public procurement

  • Under new Clothing and Textile Competitive Programme 40 591 jobs were supported an 1 111 new jobs created

  • BPOs yielded R42 m in new investments and linked to 806 jobs


Programmes overview and key achievements

PROGRAMMES OVERVIEW AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Under IDD Clothing and Textile R400 m allocated with no variance

  • SABS research contribution R178.8 m and no variance; SABS plant infrastructure R174 m and no variance; NMISA R57,5 m and no variance

  • IDC CSP R51 m and it was all spent


Programmes overview and key achievements1

PROGRAMMES OVERVIEW AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS

  • TEO was allocated R3 047 bil. and constitute 49.2% of the total budget

  • TEO provide incentive measures to support investment, job creation & regional Econ. Dev

  • SMEDP R587 m and all spent; EIP R 262 m and no variance; APDP R538 m and with a variance of 45 %; CIP R81 m and no variance

  • IDZs (Coega, EL and Richards Bay) received R932 m and all spent


Trade investment and exports tisa

TRADE, INVESTMENT AND EXPORTS - TISA

  • TISA informs SA’s trade policy which is aligned to our industrial policy framework

  • SADC-EAC –COMESA, EPAS

  • TISA received R353 m and spent R329 m with 7% variance


Dti overall expenditure outlook

DTI OVERALL EXPENDITURE OUTLOOK

  • DTI received R6.2 billion in 2010/11 and spent R5.8 billion with 6.4 % variance

  • Shifts and Virements: Total virements and shifts (before and during the adjusted estimates) amounted to R698.9 million. Major shifts were from savings under various incentive schemes (Business Process Outsourcing Programme [R160 million]


Continuation

CONTINUATION

  • Small and Medium Enterprise Development Programme [R120 million]; Enterprise Investment Programme [R100 million]; and the APDP [R200 million]), towards the three Industrial Development Zones (IDZs) (R457 million): East London IDZ (R198 million), Richard’s Bay IDZ (R20 million), Coega IDZ (R239 million) and the Black Business Supplier Development Programme (R65 million).

  • National Treasury has during March 2011 approved virements and shifting of funds to the value of R129 million to other areas prioritised by the DTI.


Thank you

Thank you


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