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  1. National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund(NLDTF)

  2. NLDTF REPRESENTATIVES • Mr. Joe Foster: Chairperson - National Lotteries Board • Mr. Gideon Sam: Chairperson - Sport & Recreation Distributing Agency • Mr. Jeffrey du Preez: Chief Operating Officer - NLB • Mr. Sershan Naidoo: Manager: Beneficiary & Player Relations & Media - NLB

  3. PRESENTATION OUTLINE • NLDTF ROLEPLAYERS & BENEFICIARY SECTORS • SPORT RECREATION DISTRIBUTING AGENCY FOCUS • FUNDING REQUIREMENTS • STATISTICS • CHALLENGES • NATIONAL FEDERATIONS

  4. ROLEPLAYERS • National Lotteries Board: Regulator of the National Lottery Trustee of the NLDTF Not involved in adjudication process • Gidani Licensed Operator of the National Lottery • Distributing Agencies Industry Experts appointed by Minister DTI to adjudicate applications Determine the focus area for funding • Central Applications Office Division of the NLB that provides administrative support to the Distributing Agencies.

  5. ALLOCATIONS FROM NLDTF

  6. MISSION OF SPORT & REC DISTRIBUTING AGENCY Fund PROJECTS which: • will enable people to become involved in activities which contribute to the development of sport & recreation. • assist disadvantaged communities to become involved in sporting or recreational activities. • provide sporting or recreational facilities which are accessible to communities, including children and the disabled.

  7. PRIORITIES • Sport Development • Team delivery • Hosting events • High performance programmes • Training of technical officials, coaches and administrators • Provision of equipment and sports kit • Upgrading of EXISTING facilities

  8. TARGETED BODIES • Macro bodies • National federations • Provincial and regional federations • Provincial academies of sport • Municipalities • Schools • Tertiary institutions • Clubs

  9. MACRO BODIES • Delivery, coordination and presentation of Team SA • Hosting major events • Projects of National nature that will benefit all priority sporting codes

  10. NATIONAL FEDERATIONS • Four year plans for High Performance Programmes • Training of technical officials, coaches and administrators • Hosting major events • National academies

  11. PROVINCIAL & REGIONAL FEDERATIONS • Equipment for their facilities & clubs • Capacity building and training courses • Upgrading of EXISTING facilities with the endorsement of the National federation

  12. PROVINCIAL ACADEMIES OF SPORT • Capacity building • Training courses • Equipment for training and support during camps

  13. MUNICIPALITIES • Upgrading of existing facilities provided it is part of the Integrated Development Plan, supported by a council resolution. There must be written commitment to maintain the facility.

  14. SCHOOLS • Basic sports facilities • Upgrading of existing facilities • Sports kit and equipment

  15. TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS • Upgrading of existing facilities with unhindered access to participants • Sport-specific research in collaboration with National Federations

  16. SPORTS CLUBS • Sport equipment and kit • Basic facilities & upgrading of existing facilities

  17. REQUIRED INFO • FORM 05/1 • Registration as an NGO, Section 21 or non-profit Trust • 2 years’ audited Financial Statements • Constitution • Business Plan and costed Budget • Endorsement from SASCOC, relevant federation or Provincial sports structure

  18. WHO QUALIFIES FOR SUPPORT AND CAN APPLY • Non-Profit Trust • Registered NPO • Section-21 Company • Statutory Body for projects • Local municipalities • Educational institutions

  19. WHO DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR LOTTERY SUPPORT • Unregistered organisations • Business Organisations • Proprietary Limited (Public and Private) • Unregistered community structures such as Burial Societies, Clubs, Associations etc. • For Profit organisations • Consultants

  20. APPLICATION PROCESS • Call for applications. • Applications processed. • Applications presented for adjudication. • Applications presented to Review Committee • Applicants informed of decision and conditions, if any. • Applicants return Grant Agreement and requested information. • Grant approved for payment by Distributing Agency • Grant paid by National Lotteries Board • Applicant submits report on grant received.

  21. NLDTF STATISTICS1 April 2007 – 31 March 2008 Total Amount Allocated: R972m Arts: R170m Charities: R380m Sport: R422m

  22. SPORT & RECREATION STATISTICS 1 April 2007 – 31 March 2008 Amount Available: R658m (100%) R461m (70%) No of grants: 613 Value of grants: R422m Percentage allocated: 92% of R461m No of applications declined: 373

  23. SPORT & RECREATION PROVINCIAL STATISTICS1 April 2007 – 31 March 2008 No. Province Amount %age 55 National Bodies R127m 30% 49 Eastern Cape R 26m 6% 35 Free State R 38m 9% 71 Gauteng R 44m 10% 78 KwaZulu Natal R 32m 7% 66 Limpopo R 25m 6% 84 Mpumalanga R 33m 8% 49 Northern Cape R 30m 7% 41 North West R 18m 5% 85 Western Cape R 49m 12%

  24. SPORTS APPLICATION STATISTICS02 March 2000 – 31 March 2008 • No of allocations: 3,260 • Amounted allocated: R1,86 billion

  25. PROBLEMS EXPERIENCED • High rate of rejection, especially from poorer provinces. • Consultants • NLDTF recognition • Late submission of reports • Applications not project-related Reasons for rejection: • Applicant not registered • No Audited Financial Statements • No clear proposal. • Late application • Not meeting with deadline for submitting outstanding information.

  26. PROPOSED CORRECTIVE ACTION • Re-engineering process • Timelines • Turnaround time

  27. NATIONAL FEDERATIONS Category A: Athletics, Baseball, Basketball, Bowls, Boxing, Cricket, Dancesport, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Handball, Hockey, Karate, Netball, Rowing, Rugby, Swimming, Table Tennis and Volleyball. Maximum grant of R6m per federation

  28. NATIONAL FEDERATIONS • Category B Archery, Badminton, Canoeing, Chess, Cycling, Equestrian, Fencing, Figure Skating, Ice Hockey, Judo, Lifesaving, Modern Pentathlon, Rollersport, Sailing, Shooting, SASAPD, Snow Sport, Softball, Surfing, Squash, Taekwondo, Tennis, Triathlon, Weightlifting and Wrestling. Maximum grant of R5m per federation

  29. NATIONAL FEDERATIONS • Category C Aero Club, Bridge, Cue Sport, Darts, Deafsport, Korfball, Martial Arts, Motorsport, Orienteering, Powerboat, Powerlifting, SASAII, Sport Anglers, Tenpin Bowling, Tug Of War, Underwater, Waterski, Waveski, Wushu and Indoor Cricket. A maximum of R2m per federation

  30. NATIONAL FEDERATIONS • Category D Aerobics & Fitness, BOCCE, Drum Majorettes, Jukskei, Mastersport, Mind Sport, National Pigeon Racing and Sheep Shearing. A maximum of R870,000.00

  31. CONTACT DETAILS • Private Bag X101, Brooklyn Square 0075 • Block B, Hatfield Gardens Cnr. Hilda & Arcadia Streets Hatfield, PRETORIA 0083 • 08600 65383 • 012 432 1300