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Social Housing Foundation

[PMG note: photo’s have been removed]

Presentation to Portfolio Committee on Housing 14 May 2008

“Building Communities,

Building Social Housing”


Contents
Contents

  • Mandate

  • Company Structure and Strategic Objectives

  • Key Performance Areas

  • Provincial Operations & Priorities for MTEF

  • Financial Implications

  • Corporate Governance


Mandate pmg note photo s have been removed
Mandate[PMG note: photo’s have been removed]


1 mandate 1
1. Mandate (1)

1.1 Legal Status

The Social Housing Foundation was established as a section 21 company in 1997 under the Companies Act (Act 61 of 1973). The Social Housing Foundation (SHF) is a Schedule 3A Public Entity as indicated in the PFMA and Treasury Regulations

1.2 Mission

The mission of the SHF is to provide strategic services towards creating and developing a sustainable and vibrant social housing sector in South Africa


1 mandate 2
1. Mandate (2)

1.3 Mandate

  • The organisation was established as a national institution and is formally mandated by the National Department of Housing to develop and build capacity for social housing institutions and to develop a policy framework for the social housing sector through the Housing Amendment Act 20 of 1999.

  • SHF has also been mandated by NDoH to be the Implementing Agent for the Interim Social Housing Programme (in the absence of SHRA)

  • SHF has championed the new National Rental Housing Strategy.

  • SHF is the entity that has been tasked to manage the VROM/NDoH MOU.

  • SHF is working with the SIU at NDoH on the Turnaround of distressed projects.


1 mandate 3
1. Mandate (3)

  • Central to this goal, SHF creates credible social housing institutions (SHIs) and simultaneously develops housing capacity.

  • We deliver expertise, products and services in response to the challenges impacting the South African social housing environment.

1.4 Mandate (contd)


1 mandate 4
1. Mandate (4)

1.4 Mandate (contd)

  • Expertise - project development

    - project packing

    - project modeling

    - property management

  • Services - advise

    - facilitation

    - information research

    - training

  • Products - tools

    - methodologies

    - best practise (models)


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2. Company Structure[PMG note: photo’s have been removed]




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2. Strategic Objectives[PMG note: photo’s have been removed]


2 strategic objectives 1
2. Strategic Objectives (1)

2.1 Strategic Objectives (SO’s)

  • SO 1: Policy Support

  • SO 2: Monitoring & Evaluation

  • SO 3: Delivery Agent’s support

  • SO 4: Sector Communication, professionalisation and knowledge management

  • SO 5: Government Support

  • SO 6: Operational Management


2.2 Strategic

Objectives (SO’s) vs

Workstreams


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3. Key Performance Areas[PMG note: photo’s have been removed]


3 key performance areas 1
3. Key Performance Areas (1)

3.1 Past Performance


3 key performance areas 2
3. Key Performance Areas (2)

3.2 Current Performance


3 key performance areas 3
3. Key Performance Areas (3)

3.3 ISHP : 2006/07


3 key performance areas 4
3. Key Performance Areas (4)

3.4 Turnaround Interventions


3 key performance areas 5
3. Key Performance Areas (5)

3.5 Future Projections


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4. Provincial Operations (coverage)[PMG note: photo’s have been removed]




4.3 Current

Pipeline


4 provincial operations coverage 4
4. Provincial Operations (coverage)(4)

  • PSC’s : set up in 6 provinces (Gauteng, KZN, W Cape, NW Province, Free State, Eastern Cape

  • Eastern Cape requires technical support, Mpumalanga lagging

  • PRZ’s : of the 13 as per Phase 1 in policy, 10 have council resolutions.

  • CoJ, Tshwane, Ekurhuleni, eThekwini, CCT, Msunduzi, Buffalo City, NMMM, Rustenburg/Potch, Mangaung on track

  • Nelspruit, Sol Plaatjie, Polokwane lagging.

  • Pipeline: process (both SH + CRU) – commitment from province, municipality, SHI’s. Tools provided – capacitation. Strategy which goes to sub-committees of NSHTT – outlines an approach, engagement, scan, unblocking, workshops

4.4 PSSP


4 provincial operations coverage 5
4. Provincial Operations (coverage)(5)

  • Finalise Abahlali – complete sales and transfers

  • Support KWTHA legal process

  • Complete N2 Gateway: Joe Slovo interventions

  • Fast-track EHI interventions

  • Welkom projects to come on board

  • Gauteng projects to come on board.

  • Other projects as per official list

4.5 Turnaround Interventions


4 provincial operations coverage 6
4. Provincial Operations (coverage)(6)

  • 10 projects shortlisted with 4000 units

  • Will be able to fund 3 projects with approximately 1300 units with R180m budget.

  • 2008/09 : Calls for proposals has begun using the existing pipeline.

  • Will be able to build approximately 1500 units with R196m budget

  • Unit works closely with both TSSP and PSSP

4.6 ISHP 2007/08 + 2008/09


4 provincial operations coverage 7
4. Provincial Operations (coverage)(7)

  • Multi-Disciplinary Task Teams appointment (with PSSP & TSSP)

  • Working with City of Johannesburg – conducting a socio-economic survey for San Jose/Zinn building (Constitutional Court ruling)

  • Also working with Gauteng Department of Housing on Assessment of TRG intervention.

4.7 R&D + M&E


4 provincial operations coverage 8
4. Provincial Operations (coverage)(8)

4.8 National Rental Strategy



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5. Financial Implications[PMG note: photo’s have been removed]


Financial implications income and expenditure 2007 2008 unaudited
Financial ImplicationsIncome and Expenditure 2007-2008 (Unaudited)


Financial implications balance sheet 31 march 2008 unaudited
Financial ImplicationsBalance Sheet 31 March 2008 (unaudited)


Financial implications internal costs breakdown unaudited
Financial ImplicationsInternal Costs Breakdown (Unaudited)


Financial implications schematic breakdown of operational costs 2007 2008
Financial Implications Schematic Breakdown of Operational Costs 2007-2008


Financial implications ishp expenditure 2007 2008 unaudited
Financial ImplicationsISHP expenditure 2007-2008 (Unaudited)


Financial implications
Financial Implications

Income & Expenditure Projections 2008-2009: Income


Financial implications1
Financial Implications

Income & Expenditure Projections 2008-2009 : Expenditure


Financial implications2
Financial Implications

Income & Expenditure: Breakdown of Operational Portion


Financial implications3
Financial Implications

Income & Expenditure Projections : ISHP


5 financial implications
5. Financial Implications



6 corporate governance
6. Corporate Governance

6.1 Governance

  • Executive Officer – Minister of Housing

  • Executive Authority – 7 members

    • Requires 2 new members = NDOH advised

  • Accounting Authority – Board of Directors

    • Requires 2 additional directors = NDOH advised

  • Accounting Officer – Managing Director

  • Board Committees – Audit (including fraud and risk); Human Resources, Ethics and Remuneration = Charters in place

  • Board Technical Sub Committee for ISHP approvals in place

  • PFMA – Treasury Guidelines, King Code II and Protocol of Corporate Governance compliant

  • Shareholders Compact = currently being reviewed by BOD

  • External audit – 10 years unqualified audit reports

  • Internal audit – in place, perform annual risk assessment and three targeted evaluations annually = no major problems found

  • Fraud plan, Risk plan, Business Interruption plan, HR strategy plan in place

  • Employment Equity plan in place

  • NPO registration applied for and waiting confirmation



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