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  1. CABINET DECISION MAKING STRUCTURES PROCESS &

  2. OVERVIEW The presentation primarily deals with: • The Cabinet Committees • The Cabinet and Cabinet Committees support structures • The Planning Cycle of Government • The Cabinet decision process

  3. SOCIAL ECONOMIC INVEST INTERNAT JUSTICE GOV ADM Agric and Land Correctional Defence Education Finance Health Home Affairs Housing Justice Intelligence Provincial Aff Public Serv Public Works Safety & Sec Sport & Rec Trade & Ind Transport Water Affairs Welfare & Pop Correctional Defence Finance Foreign Affairs Home Affairs Intelligence Justice Safety & Sec Welfare & Pop Arts,Culture Correctional Education Finance Foreign Affairs Health Home Affairs Housing Intelligence Justice Labour Communications Public Enter Public Service Safety & Sec Sport & Rec Trade & Industry Transport Water Affairs Social Dev Agric and Land Arts,Culture Education Finance Labour Environmental Minerals Communications Provincial Affairs Public Enter Public Works Trade & Industry Transport Welfare & Pop Agric and Land Arts,Culture Education Environmental Finance Foreign Affairs Health Housing Labour Minerals Communications Provincial Affairs Public Enter Public Service Public Works Trade & Industry Transport Water Affairs Arts,Culture Defence Education Environmental Finance Foreign Affairs Home Affairs Intelligence Justice Minerals Communications Provincial Affairs Safety & Sec Sport & Rec Trade & Industry Welfare & Pop CABINET COMMITTEES

  4. The Cabinet Office Directors-General Clusters & Policy Unit Technical Teams from Departments SUPPORT STRUCTURES Provides administrative support to six Committees & the Cabinet Engage decision making processes related to the Cabinet Committees Provide technical support to Clusters/Committees as and when requested

  5. SUPPORT STRUCTURES FOR CABINET AND ITS COMMITTEES CABINET Cabinet Committee for theSocial Sector Cabinet Committee for the Economic Sector Cabinet Committee on Investment and Employment Cabinet Committee for Justice, Crime Prevention & Security Cabinet Committee on Governance and Administration Cabinet Committee on International Relations, Peace & Security Cabinet Office Cabinet Office Cabinet Office Cabinet Office Cabinet Office Cabinet Office DG Cluster: Policy Unit Technical Team DG Cluster: Policy Unit Technical Team DG Cluster: Policy Unit Technical Team DG Cluster: Policy Unit Technical Team DG Cluster: Policy Unit Technical Team DG Cluster: Policy Unit Technical Team

  6. Cabinet Committee Cabinet Committee Chairperson Chair Person Co-ordinating Minister DG Cluster DG Cluster Investment and Employment International Relations Justice/Crime Governance and Administration Economic Sector Social Sector President President Deputy President Deputy President Minister Buthelezi Minister Buthelezi Ms B Njobe (DG-Agriculture) Mr S Pityana (DG-Foreign Affairs) Mr S Selebi (DG-Safety and Security) Mr Z Titus (DG-Provincial and Local Government) Ms B Njobe (DG-Agriculture) Ms A Bester (DG-Social Development) CHAIRPERSON / CO-ORDINATING MINISTERS/ DIRECTORS-GENERAL • Appointed Ministers (and/or secundi) co-ordinate work between Cabinet Committees and DG Clusters • Elected Directors-General co-ordinate work of Directors-General Clusters • President and the Deputy President chair Cabinet Committees Co-ordinating Minister Investment President Minister M Mpahlwa Acting and Employment Minister A Erwin Acting International President Minister NC Dlamini Zuma Dr A Ntsaluba Relations Minister MGP Lekota MR JB Masilela Justice/Crime Deputy President Minister C Nqakula Mr S Selebi Minister B S Mabandala Governance and Deputy President Minister G Frazer-Moleketi Ms L Msengana-Ndlela Administration Minister FS Mufamadi Economic Sector President Minister M Mpahlwa Acting Minister A Erwin Acting Social Sector Deputy President Minister ME Tsabalala-Msimang Mr TD Mseleku Minister ZST Skweyiya Ms M Nxumalo

  7. Cabinet Secretariat (Mr William Smith) (Dr Hilton Fisher) (Social and International: Mr Errol Makoba) Governance and Administration/JCPS: Ms Odette Hartslief) (Economic/Invest and Employ: Mr Martin Mmutlana) Cabinet Operations (Mr Sizwe Sidloyi) THE CABINET OFFICE DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERAL (Dr Anne Letsebe)

  8. FUNCTIONS OF THE CABINET OFFICE • Supporting Cabinet decision processes • Supporting Cabinet in ensuring decision making isconsistent with policy • Supporting adequate co-ordination among ministries/departments in the initiation, decision making and implementation of policy • Screening and quality control of cabinet memoranda • Facilitating effective communication of Cabinet decisions • Following up on outstanding Cabinet related matters • Close relations with structures in the Presidency, National departments and Provinces

  9. Deputy Director General (Mr Joel Netshitenzhe) Chief Directorate: Justice Crime Preven & Sec (Mr Loyiso Jafta) Chief Directorate: Social Sector (Dr Vusi Gumede) Chief Directorate: Ecoomic/Invest (Dr Alan Hirsch) Chief Direct: Intern R/Trade (Mr Daniel Ratebe) Chief Directorate: Gov & Admin (Mr (Hassen Mohamed) Works closely with Departments to co-ordinate activities, policy development and monitor implementation POLICY CO-ORDINATION AND ADVISORY SERVICES (PCAS) – (Mr Joel Netshitenzhe)

  10. PROGRAMMES IN THE PRESIDENCY • OFFICE ON THE STATUS OF DISABLED PERSONS • To ensure that Government Departments fulfill their constitutional responsibilities of equalising opportunities for disabled persons by co-ordinating activities that enable each line function to promote and protect the rights of people with disabilities • OFFICE ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN • Facilitates, advocates and monitors the transformation of Government into a non-sexist institution in accordance with National, Regional and International instruments

  11. PROGRAMMES IN THE PRESIDENCY • OFFICE ON THE STATUS OF THE CHILD • Promotes the rights of children through the co-ordination and monitoring of departmental initiatives in line with the National Programme of Action for Children. These include facilitating policy development and initiating pilot projects to increase awareness of the rights of children

  12. Framework of the Planning Cycle Yearly Reports to Presidency 05 and 06 Preparation of PoA 06 PoA 05 and broad MTSF 06/09 ideas SoNA/ Prov Address 2005 Local govt planning 06/09 Budget Speech 05/06 Medium Term BPS 06/09 Dec Jan Nov Feb Local govt finalise budget 05/06 Oct March Sept April Aug MTEC Hearings for 06/09 May July June Local govt commences with IDP 06/09 Local 05/08 Prov ` MTSF 06/09 adopted Local govt PoA & budget 05/06 Draft MTSF 06/09 06/09 National

  13. NPF: Detailed cycle

  14. NPF: Detailed cycle

  15. NPF: Detailed cycle

  16. NPF: Detailed cycle

  17. Framework of Planning Cycle PoA 05 SoNA 05 Budget 05/06 Broad MTSF Priorities 06/07 - 08/09 State of the Prov 05 PoA 05 Budget 05/06 Broad MTSF Priorities 06/07 - 08/09 Jan ’05 Febr ’05 March ‘05 Cabinet Lekgotla Provincial Makgotla

  18. Framework of the Planning Cycle May ’05 April ’05 June ’05 July ‘05 Report to Cabinet on PoA 05 Report to Cabinet on PoA 05 Cabinet Lekgotla FOSAD MANCO discusses draft MTSF FOSAD workshop finalises draft MTSF • Adopt MTSF 06/07 -08/09 Provincial Inputs Provincial Inputs Provinces discuss own MTSF Provincial Inputs Provincial Inputs State of Local Govt Addresses PoA 05/06 (PoA & Broad MTSF Priorities 06/07-08/09 Budget 05/06) • Review implementation of PoA 05 Provincial Inputs Local Gov Makgotla

  19. Framework of Planning Cycle Aug ’05 Sept ’05 Oct ’05 Report to Cabinet on PoA 05 Report to Cabinet on PoA 05 Departments submit MTEF requests to National Treasury Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (06/07-08/09) MTEC Hearings Provincial Inputs Provincial Inputs Provinces submit MTEF requests to National Treasury Provinces finalise 06/07 Budgets

  20. Framework of Planning Cycle Nov ’05 Dec ’05 Yearly Reports to Presidency from Depts • Review PoA 05 • Detailed PoA 06 FOSAD Workshop • Broad Priorities for 07/08 – 09/10 Yearly Reports to Presidency from Provinces Provincial Inputs Provincial Inputs Local Govt Makgotla for 06/07 Budget onwards

  21. Framework of Planning Cycle Review PoA 05 Detailed PoA 06 SoNA 06 Budget 06/07 Broad MTSF Priorities 07/08-09/10 Review PoA 05 Detailed PoA 06 State of the Prov 06 Broad MTSF Priorities 07/08-09/10 Jan ’06 Feb ’06 Cabinet Lekgotla Provincial Makgotla

  22. Facilitation of cross-sectoral planning and implementation Enhancement of coherence in decision making Alignment of sectors with the national strategic priorities Rationale Cross-cutting issues Strategic Policy issues Legislation Focus Phases Phase 1: Planning phase Phase 2: Decision making process INTEGRATED CABINET DECISION PROCESS:

  23. CABINET/MINISTRIES/DEPARTMENTS THE CABINET OFFICE PHASE 1 PLANNING FOR DECISION MAKING Produce policy/legislative programmes annually based on national priorities asdetermined by the Cabinet Prioritise policy/legislation, expected outputs and time frames for serving in Cabinet Produces an integrated plan informed by the above priorities, outputs and time frames

  24. PHASE 2 THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS: Stage 1 INITIATING THE PROCESS Cabinet/Ministries/Departments Need identification and assessment within the framework of forwardplanning and national priorities Intra-departmental communication at conceptualisation Interdepartmental consultation at conceptualisation (Ministries/DepartmentsClusters) Communication of intent to Cabinet Office, Policy Unit Production of initial Draft Cabinet Memorandum

  25. RELEVANT DIRECTORS-GENERAL CLUSTER AND POLICY UNIT ADVISORS AND PARLIAMENTARY COUNCILLORS Stage 2 POLICY ANALYSIS Discussion of draft memorandum among relevant departments (Officials Cluster) as per memorandum guideline including : financial, personnel, communicationorganisational and constitutionalimplications Integration of a draft implementation plan Review of first draft by relevant departments Review and approval of memorandum by relevant minister Submission of memorandum to Cabinet Office Review of memorandum by Cabinet Office for compliance with guidelines Submission of Cabinet memorandum to the relevant Cabinet Committee Cabinet Committee debates and makes recommendations to Cabinet

  26. The Cabinet Office The relevant Minister Stage 3 DECISION MAKING/ADOPTION THE CABINET Discusses policy proposals Decides on proposals Ratifies/amend Cabinet Committee recommendations Confers with Ministry and DG on decision Prepares and conveys decision to Policy Unit and relevant DG Cluster

  27. Stage 4 IMPLEMENTATION & MONITORING RELEVANT DIRECTORS-GENERAL CLUSTER/POLICY UNIT Co-ordinates theimplementation and monitoring of decision THE RELEVANT MINISTRY(IES)/DEPARTMENTS Implement the decision Monitor implementation and evaluate impact in conjunction with thePolicy Unit END