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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
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)

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
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2.2 Strategic

Objectives (SO’s) vs

Workstreams

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 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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4.3 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

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

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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