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  1. Presentation to parliament PRESENTATION TO PARLIAMENT: SRSA FUNDING FOR PROGRAMMES INVOLVING CHILDREN, YOUTH AND PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY

  2. INTRODUCTION TEAM INTRODUCTION • Denver Hendricks • Greg Fredericks • Noma Kotelo • Thokozile Mkhonto

  3. INTRODUCTION SRSA VISION “An active and winning nation”

  4. INTRODUCTION SRSA MISSION To actualise government’s objectives by creating an environment conducive to maximising the access to participation in sport and recreation by all South Africans and to enhance the medal-winning potential of the country’s athletes in international sporting competitions

  5. INTRODUCTION WHAT DRIVES US AT SRSA • Priorities identified by the President in his State of the Nation Address • Priorities identified by the government clusters • Policy directives of the Cabinet, Parliament, the Minister of Sport and Recreation, the Portfolio Committee on Sport and Recreation and the Standing Committee on Education and Recreation • Our White Paper objectives and priorities

  6. INTRODUCTION SRSA OBJECTIVES • Increase the levels of participation of South Africans in sport and recreation • To raise the profile of sport and recreation amongst decision makers • To improve the performances of South Africans in major international competitions • To place sport and recreation at the forefront of efforts to address issues of national importance

  7. INTRODUCTION SRSA priorities • Confirm and streamline the roles of stakeholders • Provide funds for the upgrading and creation of basic, multi-purpose sport and recreation facilities especially in disadvantaged areas • To develop the human resource potential required for the effective management of sport and recreation • To motivate the community to develop active lifestyles and to channel those with talent into competitive sport • To develop a high performance programme that is geared toward preparing elite athletes for major competitions • To ensure that all sport and recreation bodies meet their transformation objectives • To develop a code of ethics for sport and recreation • To develop and implement an international relations policy in concert with national government policy

  8. INTRODUCTION Selected priorities identified by the President • Consolidation of national reconciliation, national cohesion and unity, and a shared new patriotism born of the strengthening of the manifest reality of a South Africa that belongs to all who live in it, united in their diversity • Transforming our country into a genuinely non-racial and non-sexist society, inclusive of children, the youth and people with a disability; • Ensure that South Africa truly belongs to all who live in it • Examine the implications of research into social structure and social mobility, demographics and dynamics with regard to such categories as race, disability, etc. • Review gender imbalances as well as representation of people with a disability in the public service

  9. INTRODUCTION THE SERVICE DELIVERY AND ORGANISATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND A STRATEGIC OVERVIEW • Shift in the clientele of SRSA from sport and recreation delivery agents to communities • Cooperation between the three spheres of government • The establishment of a single macro-body in the NGO sector • Integration of the SASC into SRSA • Freezing of posts in SRSA • Interaction with the national federations • New policy directives • The changing school sport environment • Infrastructure backlogs • The nature of the human resource base (volunteerism) • Inadequate resourcing of sport and recreation • A resurgence in the recognition of the potential role of sport and recreation in development • Transformation

  10. INTRODUCTION SRSA POSITION ON PROGRAMMES INVOLVING CHILDREN, YOUTH AND PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY • Sport is primarily about the youth • “From the cradle to the grave approach” • Age range of the youth • Inclusive approach on people with a disability

  11. background • Sport in South Africa restructured 1 April 2005 • Government responsible for Mass Participation Programmes • SASCOC responsible for High Performance Programmes • Government still funds National Federations and Macro Bodies

  12. Growth in SRSA budget • R’000 • 2001/2002 101 093 • 2002/2003 171 826 • 2003/2004 223 178 • 2004/2005 294 213 • 2005/2006 203 628 • 2006/2007 231 945 • 2007/2008 241 917

  13. SRSA budget per programme over MTEF period Programme 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 R’000 R’000 R’000 1 54190 55262 58026 2 80059 91762 96100 3 50271 62887 64431 4 19108 22034 23360 TOTAL 203628 231945 241917

  14. SRSA budget per programme over MTEF period

  15. % of budget per programme • R 54,190M 26,6% • R 80,059M 39,3% • R 50,271M 24,7% • R 19,108M 9,4% • R203,628M 100,0% • 1- Administration • 2- Client Support Services • 3- Mass Participation • 4- Liaison and Information services • TOTAL

  16. SRSA 2005/06 budget per programme • 1 – R 54 190 000 • 2 - R 80 059 000 • 3 - R 50 271 000 • 4 - R 19 108 000 • R203 628 000

  17. 2005/06 TRANSFER PAYMENTS

  18. MTEC PROPOSALS FOR 2006 - 2009

  19. Mass participation • Community Mass Participation Programmes • School Sport • Special Projects CHILDREN YOUTH DISABLED

  20. Community mass participation programme • Second year of programme • In 131 hubs across 9 provinces • Target Group: Youth • Includes persons with a disability • High Percentage: Children • Budget for 2005: R30.0M CHILDREN YOUTH DISABLED

  21. Community mass participation programme • Budget for 2005/06: R30.0 • Division of Revenue Act Grant • R2.67M per province CHILDREN YOUTH DISABLED

  22. Community mass participation programme • ACTIVITIES • Cricket, Rugby, Water Safety • Baseball, Netball, Soccer • Handball, Basketball • Aerobics, General Gymnastics, Fun Runs/Big Walks, Indigenous Games (8) CHILDREN YOUTH DISABLED

  23. Community mass participation programme PERFORMANCE TO DATE: TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 739042 • YOUTH: 554 428 - 75% • WOMEN: 147 808 - 42% • DISABLED: 22 171 - 3% CHILDREN YOUTH DISABLED

  24. School sport • 2005/06 Budget: R15.0M • National School Sport Programmes: • Winter Games – 3700 learners -Durban • Cross Country Championships –10136 learners– Kimberley • Girls Games Festival –3500 girls– Johannesburg • Farm and Rural Schools Festival - 2700 learners– Johannesburg • Summer Games – 3790 learners -Johannesburg • Athletics – 3000 learners - Sasolburg & Durban • Inclusion CHILDREN YOUTH DISABLED

  25. School sport • International School Sport Programmes • Cossasa athletics – 50 learners– Namibia • Cossasa ball games – 96 learners- Botswana • Pacific schools games – 124 learners- (6 disabled swimmers) Australia • Inclusion CHILDREN YOUTH DISABLED

  26. Transfer payments • DISSA • National federations • Inclusion YOUTH DISABLED

  27. Transfer payments • DISABILITY SPORT SOUTH AFRICA • R2.5 MILLION • PARALYMPIC PREPARATION • DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES YOUTH DISABLED

  28. Transfer payments • NATIONAL FEDERATIONS • R30.17 MILLION • 43061 YOUTH WILL BENEFIT • 2402 DISABLED WILL BENEFIT • INCLUSION YOUTH DISABLED

  29. National academy programme • BUDGET: R14.2 MILLION • PARALYMPIC PREPARATION • COMMONWEALTH GAMES • OLYMPIC GAMES YOUTH DISABLED

  30. % of budget per programme DISSA: R2.5M N FS: R40.3 M ACAD: R14.2M DISABLED YOUTH • R 54,190M • R 80,059M • R 50,271M • R 19,108M • R203,628M • 1- Administration • 2- Client Support Services • 3- Mass Participation • 4- Liaison and Information services • TOTAL MPP: R30.0M SCHOOLS: R15.0M CHILDREN YOUTH DISABLED

  31. Employment levels attained BUILDING FOR SPORT AND RECREATION EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS

  32. EMPLOYMENT EQUITY:SRSA SRSA: HUMAN RESOURCE PROVISION • Youth age band: 40% • People with a disability:1.74%