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ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM BUDGET VOTE BRIEFING DEPARTMENT & PUBLIC ENTITIES’ JOINT PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE. 07 MAY 2008 BY MS N JEZILE (Acting DG). CONTENTS. Vision Programmes and Public Entities. Apex priorities Strategy Finances. DEAT VISION.

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07 may 2008 by ms n jezile acting dg

ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM BUDGET VOTE BRIEFING

DEPARTMENT & PUBLIC ENTITIES’ JOINT PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE

07 MAY 2008

BY

MS N JEZILE (Acting DG)


Contents

CONTENTS

  • Vision

  • Programmes and Public Entities.

  • Apex priorities

  • Strategy

  • Finances


Deat vision

DEAT VISION

“A prosperous and equitable society living in harmony with our natural resources”.


Departmental programmes and relevant public entities

Departmental Programmes and Relevant Public Entities


Links to apex priorities

Links to Apex Priorities


Links to apex priorities1

Links to Apex Priorities


Links to apex priorities2

Links to Apex Priorities


Goals and strategic objectives for 2008 9 2010 11

GOALS AND STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES FOR 2008/9 - 2010/11


Goals and strategic objectives for 2008 9 2010 111

GOALS AND STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES FOR 2008/9 - 2010/11


Tourism

Tourism


The tourism growth dev strategy

Transformation

Safety

3. Safety and Security, Department of Health, Department of Transport

4. TECSA and DEAT

Skills & Service Levels

Product and

SMME

2. Tourism Enterprise Promotion Company (old TEP) with DEAT

5. Theta and DEAT

Tourism Growth Strategy

Transport

The Tourism Growth & Dev Strategy

Marketing & Branding

6. Department of Transport (land and air)

Incentives

and Investment

1. South African Tourism

Quality

assessments

8. Tourism Grading Council, Register of Guides (DEAT and provinces)

7. The dti


Deat s role and strategy create conditions for sustainable tourism growth and development

DEAT’s Role and strategy: Create conditions for sustainable Tourism Growth andDevelopment.

Strategic Objective:KPA: Ensure Competitiveness of SA Tourism Sector.


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DEAT’s Role and strategy: Create conditions for sustainable Tourism Growth and Development.

KPA: Ensure Competitiveness of SA Tourism Sector.


Deat role s and strategy create conditions for sustainable tourism growth and development

DEAT Role’s and strategy: Create conditions for sustainable Tourism Growth and Development

KPA: Maximize Tourism Potential of 2010 FIFA world cup

KPA: Sustainably grow the Tourism Sector


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Share our vision with stakeholders

Use the trade to grow our business

Grow & nurture our staff

Improve brand traction in markets

Fine-tune internal systems and communication

Increase value-extraction in SA from all tourists

SA Tourism’s strategic objectives 2008-10

The Tourism Act’s mandate to SA Tourism is ...

Sustainable GDP Growth

Sustainable job creation

Redistribution and transformation

Achieve total average tourist spend inside SA in 2007 - 2010

Achieve targeted total arrivals to SA in 2007 - 2010

through four strategic objectives . . .

SA to be the most preferred tourist brand by 2014

SA Tourism to be the best tourism organisation by 2010

by focusing on doing only the following “Big 6 things” very well!


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SA Tourism Role & strategy: To achieve annual arrival targets


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SA Tourism’s role & strategy: To achieve target spend


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Integrated SA Tourism portfolio 2008 – 2010**: Underscored are leisure and business tourism markets (* = associations and # = incentives and corporate meetings)

Responsibility

Country Manager

Portfolio Manager

Stakeholder Manager

Global Channel Manager


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Graded status renewal targets

TGCSA’s Role & Strategy: Targets for new grading - currently 5671 establishments are graded as at end March 08

  • Other priorities:

  • Effective consumers feedback mechanism

  • Public education and awareness

  • Universal Access principle (disability friendly facilities)

  • Green grading


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TECSA Role and strategy: Tourism Sector Transformation strategy – key elements:

Tourism Sector Transformation Targets:

Private Sector Engagement (Lobbying and involvement).

Beneficiaries engagement (awareness and capacity).

Public leveraging

Enabling Environment

Partnership and alignment


Tecsa role and strategy tourism sector transformation targets

TECSA Role and strategy: Tourism Sector Transformation targets


Tecsa role strategy tourism sector transformation targets

TECSA Role & strategy: Tourism Sector Transformation targets


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Biodiversity Conservation & Fisheries Management


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DEAT’s Role & strategy: Promote the conservation and sustainable utilisation of natural resources and enhance economic growth and poverty eradication

KPA: Ensure equitable and sustainable use of natural resources.

KPA: Conserve and mitigate threats to biodiversity.


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DEAT’s role & strategy: Promote the conservation and sustainable utilisation of natural resources and enhance economic growth and poverty eradication

  • KPA: Build a sound Scientific base for effective management of natural resources.


Sanbi s role strategy

SANBI’s Role & strategy

Applied research:

National biodiversity research strategy.

GMO research programme established.

Scientific Authority operational i.t.o NEMBA.

Assessment of species utilisation.

Climate Change:

2nd national communication and Strengthening of a bio adaptation research.

Biosystematics & collections:

Initiate animal taxonomy.

Develop national history collection strategy (museums and herbaria).

Complete Angoalan checklist of plants.

Network for compilation of African plans electronic identification manual.

Biodiversity Planning and Mainstream:

Id ecosystems under threat.

Launch of national grasslands programmes.

Law enforcement support tool for CITES.

Implement Munics biodiversity prog in partnership with DPLG.

Initiate freshwater and marine programme.


Sanbi s role strategy1

SANBI’s role & strategy

State of biodiversity:

First State of Biodiversity report.

Red list project for fish initiated.

Red list for reptiles completed.

Rehabilitation of threatened ecosystems:

Working for wetlands:

100 wetlands rehabilitated, 18 000 temporary job days created and 210 SMME’s used.

Policy Development:

Support implementation of bioregional plans

Development of the list of threatened ecosystems

AIS technical support for redrafting.

Fiscal reform – incentives for biodiversity management.

Knowledge & Info management:

Expansion of online access to biodiversity data,

Expansion of BGIS – Biodiversity Geographic information system

Hosting of “virtual museums”


Sanbi s role strategy2

SANBI’s role & strategy

Conservation Gardens and Tourism:

Planned expansion of NBGs to Limpopo & Eastern Cape by 2012.

Possible expansion - Harold porter and Walter Sisulu NBG

Promote gardens as biodiversity “embassies of biodiversity, education and culture”

Tourism destinations

Education and empowerment:

Greening 240 schools – Mpumalanga, Gauteng and Free State.

Garden based environmental education programme

Human Capital development:

Develop a human capital strategy for biodiversity sector.


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iSimangaliso’s Role & Strategy

Brand rollout.

Conclusion of contract and EIA for Cape Vidal project.

People and Parks programme.

Land claims trust capacity building and implementation and co-management agreement.

Equitable access programme (school discounted fees and neighbourhood programme).

Tourism 101 training across the park.

Focused training including land care, CBNRM, infrastructure and Tourism (NQF 4).

Rollout of infrastructure (R30 million budget).


Mlrf role strategy

MLRF Role & strategy

Stock determination and oceanography:

Research on catch and/or effort limit for 21 fishery sectors

  • Research on 3 non-consumptive resources (seals, seabirds & sharks)

  • Design specifications for new Antarctic vessel with construction underway by 2009-2011

  • Demolish old base on Marion Island (with DPW) & site rehabilitation by 2011

  • 3 relief voyages to SANAE and Marion & Gough Islands

    Rebuild depleted fish stocks:

  • Strategy for hake and abalone (research, management & compliance)

  • Feasibility assessment of 2 fisheries (octopus & white mussel)

    Marine Aquaculture research and management regime:

  • 2 pilot marine aquaculture projects launched – increasing to 5 by 2011

  • Research into 3 species (scallop; finfish and urchin)


Mlrf role strategy1

MLRF Role & Strategy

Compliance:

  • 30% of landings in 3 key fishery sectors monitored – increasing to 50% by 2011

  • 10% of selected rights holders investigated

  • 15% of vessels inspected

  • 60% compliance with 4x4 & other environmental legislation – increasing to 75% by 2011

  • 10 partnerships maintained and strengthened

    Mitigation of Threats to Biodiversity & pollution prevention:

  • 19 MPAs declared – new MPAs to be declared including 1 off-shore MPA by 2011.

  • Increase management capacity of MPAs from 60% to 95% by 2011

  • Marine & coastal climate change variables identified & joint project with DST developed by 2011.

  • Finalisation and implementation of a National Plan of Action to address land-based sources of marine pollution by 2011


Mlrf role and strategy

MLRF Role and strategy

Marine & Coastal Economic Opportunities

  • Harbour feasibility study recommendations adopted and implemented

  • Finalisation of Policy for Transfer of commercial fishing rights in 2008 and implementation of policy & management regime by 2011Collect maximum revenue & implement an effective debtors management system.

    Governance:

  • Reduce bad debts by 10% (target for 2009/10 & 20010/11).

  • Target for 2008 is improved Audit opinion (i.t.o. number of qualifications and materiality) – moving to an unqualified Audit report by 2011

    Business Process Improvement:

  • Maintain & enhance the integrated administrative and financial management systems (Oracle & MAS)


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Environmental Quality and Protection & Weather Services


Deat s role strategy protect and improve the quality and safety of the environment

DEAT’s role & strategy:Protect and improve the quality and safety of the environment

  • KPA: Prevent and manage potentially negative impacts on the environment


Kpa ensure compliance with environmental legislation

DEAT’s role & strategy: Protect and improve the quality and safety of the environment

KPA: Ensure Compliance with Environmental legislation.


Kpa prevent and reduce pollution and waste and improve air and atmospheric quality

DEAT’s role & strategy: Protect and improve the quality and safety of the environment

KPA: Prevent and reduce pollution and waste and improve air and atmospheric quality.


Kpa prevent and reduce pollution and waste and improve air and atmospheric quality1

DEAT’s role and strategy: Protect and improve the quality and safety of the environment

KPA: Prevent and reduce pollution and waste and improve air and atmospheric quality.


Enterprise view for saws role strategy

ENTERPRISE VIEW FOR SAWS ROLE & STRATEGY


Saws key strategic projects 2008 9

SAWS Key Strategic projects 2008/9

  • South African Air Quality Information System in partnership with DEAT

  • Implementation of a Total Quality Management system

  • Greater involvement in Climate Change related matters

  • Unified Weather Prediction Model – significant improvement in our forecasting ability

  • Severe Weather Forecast Program. Roll- out the demonstration project

  • Severe Weather Warnings. Improve cooperation with disaster managers (implementation of flash flood guidance system)

  • Recapitalisation Plan

    • New weather radar systems , Upgrade of automatic weather stations and rain stations and Upgrade Lightning Detection Network


Key strategic projects 2008 9

Key Strategic projects – 2008/9

  • MASA Secretariat

  • Implementation of 2010 business plan

  • Development of the Waterkloof Land Development Plan

  • Branding of the South African Weather Services

  • Development of Black scientists

  • Establish regional meteorological training centre

  • Community outreach projects

  • HIV/AIDS and employee wellness programe

  • Unqualified audit report.


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International Relations & Sector Transformation


Deat s role promote a global sustainable development agenda

DEAT’s role:Promote a global Sustainable Development Agenda

KPA: Effectively manage and facilitate DEAT’s international relations and engagement


Deat s role strategy sector transformation and job creation

DEAT’s role & strategy: Sector Transformation and Job creation

  • KPA: Tourism Sector Transformation

KPA: Environmental Sector Transformation


Kpa environmental sector transformation

DEAT’s role & strategy: Sector Transformation and Job creation

KPA: Environmental Sector Transformation


Deat s role strategy sector transformation and job creation1

DEAT’s Role & strategy: Sector Transformation and Job Creation

  • KPA: Implementation of Poverty alleviation and Job Creation programmes and infrastructure projects


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  • OTHER DEPARTMENTAL GOALS:

  • Human Capital Strategy

  • Financial Strategy

  • Internal Processes Improvement

  • Stakeholder & Intergovernmental Relations


Goal growing a learning organisation built on human capital foundation

GOAL:Growing a learning organisation built on Human Capital Foundation

  • Strategic Objective: Position DEAT as an Employer of choice

  • KPA: Ensure availability of adequate Human Capital


Goal growing a learning organisation built on human capital foundation1

GOAL:Growing a learning organisation built on Human Capital Foundation

  • Strategic Objective: Position DEAT as an Employer of choice

  • KPA: Provide a secure, efficient and pleasant working environment

KPA: Promote a positive DEAT culture


Goal operational efficient and relevant in the information age

GOAL: Operational efficient and relevant in the information age

Strategic Objective: Enhance efficient service delivery

KPA: Ensure compliance with relevant prescripts

KPA: Improve Business Processes


Goal operational efficient and relevant in the information age1

GOAL: Operational efficient and relevant in the information age

Strategic Objective: Enhance efficient service delivery

KPA: Ensure alignment and cooperation with PE’s

KPA: Ensure efficient information and knowledge management


Goal financially responsible and accountable organisation giving value for money

GOAL: Financially responsible and accountable organisation giving value for money

Strategic Objective: Equitable and sound corporate and cooperative governance

KPA: Ensure financial resourcing of the departmental strategy

KPA: Facilitate departmental risk management


Goal financially responsible and accountable organisation giving value for money1

GOAL: Financially responsible and accountable organisation giving value for money

Strategic Objective: Equitable and sound corporate and cooperative governance

KPA: Facilitate compliance with relevant prescripts, laws and regulatory requirements

KPA: Facilitate affirmative procurement


Goal empowerment through information sharing and sound stakeholder relations

GOAL: Empowerment through information sharing and sound stakeholder relations

Strategic Objective: Enhancement of reputation and collective ownership of the sectors.

KPA: Improve intergovernmental cooperation and coordination


Goal empowerment through information sharing and sound stakeholder relations1

GOAL: Empowerment through information sharing and sound stakeholder relations

Strategic Objective: Enhancement of reputation and collective ownership of the sectors.

KPA: Ensure Quality Stakeholder engagements


Goal empowerment through information sharing and sound stakeholder relations2

GOAL: Empowerment through information sharing and sound stakeholder relations

Strategic Objective: Enhancement of reputation and collective ownership of the sectors.

KPA: Improve access to information

KPA: Ensure strong corporate image and identity


Goal empowerment through information sharing and sound stakeholder relations3

GOAL: Empowerment through information sharing and sound stakeholder relations

Strategic Objective: Enhancement of reputation and collective ownership of the sectors.

KPA: Ensure strong collaboration with Parliament


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FINANCE


2004 05 to 2010 11 budget allocations

2004/05 TO 2010/11 BUDGET ALLOCATIONS


Economical classification

Economical classification


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2008/09 Budget allocation per programme


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Public Entities


Capital expenditure

Capital Expenditure


Expanded public works programme

Expanded Public Works Programme


Thank you

THANK YOU


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