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Presentation to the Select Committee on Labour and Public Enterprises

20 April 2011

Quarterly Monitoring Report 3

1st April – 31st December 2010

Overall Responsibility

Acting Director General: Sam Morotoba


Programmes / Branches of the DoL Enterprises2

  • Programme 1: Administration

    • Chief Operations Officer

    • Internal Audit

    • Risk Management

    • Security Services

    • Communication

    • Human Resources Management

    • Chief Information Officer

    • Legal Services

    • Chief Financial Officer

  • Programme 2: Inspection and Enforcement (IES)

  • Programme 3: Public Employment Services (PES)

    • - Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF)

      • - Compensation Fund (CF)

  • Programme 4: Labour Policy and Labour Market Programmes (LP & LMP)


  • DoL KEY RESULT AREAS Enterprises 3

    • The Strategic Plan (2010–2015) consists of the following Strategic Objectives or Key Result Areas (KRA’s):

    • KRA 1: Contribution to Employment Creation

    • KRA 2: Promote Equity in the Labour Market

    • KRA 3: Protecting Vulnerable Workers

    • KRA 4: Strengthening Multilateral and Bilateral Relations

    • KRA 5: Strengthening Social Protection

    • KRA 6: Promoting Sound Labour Relations

    • KRA 7: Strengthening the Capacity of Labour Market Institutions

    • KRA 8: Monitoring the Impact of Legislation

    • KRA 9: Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department


    4 Enterprises

    • Programme 1: Administration


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department 5


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department6


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department7


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department8


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department9


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department10


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department11


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department12


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department13


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department14


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department15


    KRA 9: EnterprisesStrengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department16


    Major challenges corrective measures 17

    Challenges: Enterprises Service delivery model may not be finalised in quarter 4.

    Funding cannot be sourced from National Treasury instead budget cuts have been instituted.

    Corrective Measure: The only way forward is to fund the restructuring project within current allocations in the DoL.

    Challenges: Lack of capacity and ICT System for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation reporting.

    Incomplete data from transaction systems and delays development of other systems (ICD, ICM-CF, SAP Financial Systems and IES).

    Corrective Measure: SITA support solicited by the Department.

    Challenge: Pre-employment screening and verification of qualifications by SAQA is delaying the filling in of vacancies in time.

    Corrective Measure: Meeting held between DoL and SAQA.

    Major Challenges & Corrective Measures17


    Major challenges corrective measures 18

    Challenges: EnterprisesSlow co-operation and reluctance to comply as per required time frames with the submission of Performance Agreements.

    Corrective Measure: Disciplinary process may be instituted

    Challenges: Inadequate capability in the OCIO to manage implementation of the E&TP.

    Corrective action: Additional resources need to be sourced to assist with the E&TP and the governance forums have been scheduled for 2011.

    Challenges: Siemens capacity to deliver as per contract and ceding of PPP contract by Siemens Ltd

    Corrective action: The KPMG report has been finalised and awaiting adoption by DoL after which recommendations will be implemented.

    Challenges: HR capacity to implement ICT Strategy

    Corrective action: SITA will provide this service

    Major Challenges & Corrective Measures18


    • Programme 2: Enterprises

    • Inspection and Enforcement Services

    • (IES)






    Major challenges corrective measures 24

    Challenges: Enterprises Could not meet the target for inspections - affected by the public service strike. Due to financial constraints, the activities of the roving team had to be trimmed down.

    Corrective Measure: Ensure that we catch up with our program. Provinces will have to make use of the resource made available to them. The trained roving team members will impart technical expertise to other inspectors in the respective provinces.

    Challenges: Delays in the development of the IES case management by Siemens.

    Corrective Measures: SITA working closely with the OCIO to strengthen capacity in this office.

    Major Challenges & Corrective Measures24




    KRA 1. Contribute to employment creation 27








    Major challenges corrective measures 34

    Challenges: creation 33Inadequate human and IT resources for PES.

    Corrective Measures: Provincial strategy needs to be developed to deal with the inadequate human and IT resources. SITA support solicited by the DoL

    Challenges: Inadequate funding. Concept of the centre of excellence still to be explored.

    Corrective Measure: SEF to focus on increased sales and the finalization of the Business Case. The centre of excellence concept will soon be piloted.

    Challenges: Delay in the transfer of funds to Productivity SA due to transfer of NSF to DHET. This delayed the PSA programmes.

    Corrective Measure: There is an acceleration plan to implement once funds are secured.

    Major Challenges & Corrective Measures34


    • Programme 4: creation 33

    • Labour Policy and Labour Market Programmes

    • (LP & LMP)








    Major challenges corrective measures 42

    Challenges: 41 The AU Labour and Social Affairs Commission postponed to 2011 for several reasons including professional capacity.

    Corrective Measure: AULSACis envisaged to meet in April 2011.

    Challenges: Investigation of Wage Differentials could not be achieved as planned due to unreliability of statistics – a flawed reporting susytem.

    Corrective Measure: Raw data was submitted to the Labour Market Information Systems in DoL for investigation and recommendations.

    Major Challenges & Corrective Measures42



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