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A presentation to the Portfolio Committee. DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR. CONTENTS: Organisational structure Results 2003/2004 Financial Year (DoL) Roll-over to 2004/2005 Financial Year Results 2003/2004 Financial Year (Stat) Auditor-General’s report Achievements per Programme.

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department of labour


  • Organisational structure
  • Results 2003/2004 Financial Year (DoL)
  • Roll-over to 2004/2005 Financial Year
  • Results 2003/2004 Financial Year (Stat)
  • Auditor-General’s report
  • Achievements per Programme
financial results stat 2003 2004 1
Financial Results (STAT):2003/2004 (1)
  • The statutory allocation included in Vote 17: Labour emanates from the Skills Development Levies Act.
  • The Skills Development Levy is collected by SARS and distributed by the DoL as a direct charge against the National Revenue Fund (NRF)
auditor general s report 2003 2004 1
Auditor-General’s Report:2003/2004 (1)
  • The Auditor-General expressed an un-qualified opinion in respect of the Financial Statements of the Department of Labour for the 2003/2004 financial year.
  • However, without qualifying the audit opinion, attention was drawn to the following matters:
auditor general s report 2003 2004 2
Auditor-General’s Report:2003/2004 (2)
  • Transport:
  • The utilisation of subsidised motor vehicle transport
  • Imperial Fleet Services versus the subsidised motor vehicle scheme
  • Imperial Fleet Services
auditor general s report 2003 2004 3
Auditor-General’s Report:2003/2004 (3)
  • Asset Management:
  • Information Technology (IT) equipment
    • Physical verification of assets
    • Differentiation between DoL and UIF assets
auditor general s report 2003 2004 4
Auditor-General’s Report:2003/2004 (4)
  • Institute for the National Development of Learnerships, Employment skills and Labour Assessments (INDLELA):
  • Under utilisation of training centre
    • Adjustment of assessment fees
    • Rental paid by tenants and candidates
programme 1 administration
Programme 1: Administration
  • Office of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
    • All requirements indicated in NT guidelines achieved and due dates maintained
    • No forced-closures effected
    • No more that one open month at any given time
    • Annual financial statement compiled and submitted to AG on time
programme 1 administration1
Programme 1: Administration
  • Office of the CFO (cont.)
    • Annual financial statements of Public Entities completed and submitted to AG
    • A Public Entity survey undertaken and completed in conjunction with the DPSA
    • Mini ENE inputs compiled for each Public Entity
    • Specimen Annual Financial Statements for SETAs revised to ensure ease of consolidation
programme 1 administration2
Programme 1: Administration
  • Office of the CFO (cont.)
    • A passive tracking system fitted to 80% of long term vehicles
    • New air travel service provider appointed
    • Repair and maintenance programmes established with DPW in respect of buildings
    • Corporate image implemented at 15 buildings
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Programme 1: Administration
  • Office of the Chief Communications Officer (CCO)
    • 16 pamphlets, booklets or flyers, 6 posters and 9 banners produced aimed at ensuring that beneficiaries can access the benefits accruing from the Department’s policies
    • 5 039 Website enquiries relating to the registration of domestic workers answered during the period March – May 2003
programme 1 administration4
Programme 1: Administration
  • Office of the CCO (cont.)
    • 7 006 General enquiries received via the website and successfully answered
    • 9 Videos produced for the NSDC as well as Ministerial Imbizos and other events
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Programme 1: Administration
  • Human Resource Management (HRM)
    • Human resource Management policies aligned with relevant legislation
    • Misconduct cases, appeals, grievances and conciliation and arbitration cases managed promptly
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Programme 1: Administration
  • HRM (cont.)
    • New EE plan for the period June 2003 – May 2006 developed
    • All buildings occupied by DoL assessed in respect of compliance with the Code of Good Practice on the employment of People with disabilities and the Occupational Health and Safety Act
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Programme 1: Administration
  • HRM (cont.)
    • Workplace skills plan for 2003/04 developed and implemented
    • The absorption of excess staff members in line with the Public Service Restructuring and Transformation initiative managed with only 5 of the initial 51 cases not yet resolved
programme 1 administration8
Programme 1: Administration
  • Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO)
    • Establishment of effective governance structures to manage and capitalise on the benefits of the IT PPP arrangement
    • Implementation of Lesedi
    • Development of Siyaya
    • Development of the Children in the Performing Arts (CIPA) system
programme 1 administration9
Programme 1: Administration
  • Office of the CIO (cont.)
    • Establishment of an IT Call Centre
    • Development of an on-line registration capability for the registration of domestic workers in terms of the Unemployment Insurance Act
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Programme 1: Administration
  • Internal Audit
    • Co-sourcing agreements aimed at providing Internal Audit services to DoL, UIF, CC and the NSF finalised
    • Audit software obtained by means of the co-sourcing agreement
    • Amendment of the Department’s existing Good Governance Strategy in line with the King ll report
programme 2 occupational health and safety
Programme 2: Occupational Health and Safety
  • A draft programme/strategy for the elimination of silicosis developed
  • 5 Meetings regarding silicosis held with stakeholders
  • Silicosis workshops held in 3 provinces
  • Stakeholders in agriculture sector have agreed to implement Health and Safety Committees as required by the Act
programme 2 occupational health and safety cont
Programme 2: Occupational Health and Safety (cont.)
  • Awareness campaigns on Construction Regulations conducted at all 10 Provincial offices
  • Blitz inspections conducted by all 10 Provincial offices
  • Training on Noise Induced Hearing Loss Regulations completed
programme 3 social insurance
Programme 3: Social Insurance
  • The UIF and the CF publish their own Annual Reports in terms of the PFMA
programme 4 employment and skills development services e sds
Programme 4: Employment and Skills Development Services (E&SDS)
  • 17 SETAs met or exceeded targets, 6 were average performers and 2 were below average
  • Transfer of funds and data to SETAs have improved
  • The legal standard of 51 days has been exceeded and the current period of transfer is 30 days
programme 4 e sds cont
Programme 4: E&SDS (cont.)
  • 24 SETA annual reports containing audited financial statements tabled in August 2003
  • 69 306 learners were in learnerships across 25 SETAs by end of March 2004
  • 74,4% of NSF funds allocated to Provinces spent on 2003/04 contracts
  • 4 NSDS synthesis reports produced
  • State of skills report produced and published for NSDS conference
programme 5 labour relations
Programme 5: Labour Relations
  • 369 Effectively and efficiently functioning collective bargaining councils registered as at March 2004
  • 80% of all registered councils have SMME representation
  • Sectoral determination in respect of the Security sector completed
programme 5 labour relations cont
Programme 5: Labour Relations (cont.)
  • 107 Inspectors trained on HIV/AIDS and Employment of People with Disabilities Technical Assistance Guidelines
  • EEA workshops conducted. This includes 70 employers in the private sector, the South African Vice Chancellor’s Association and the Department of Defence
programme 6 labour policy
Programme 6: Labour Policy
  • 9 Research papers completed on Worker Co-operatives and employment creation
  • A major research project undertaken on casualization and the changing nature of work
  • Data on strikes, register of unemployment, work seekers, wage settlements and skills maintained and a report prepared
programme 7 service delivery
Programme 7: Service Delivery
  • One (1) Information session held in each Provincial office to increase awareness in respect of the UIA, COIDA, claims procedures and fraud amongst stakeholders and beneficiaries
  • A minimum of 3 information and briefing sessions at each Provincial office aimed at marketing the NSDS
programme 7 service delivery cont
Programme 7: Service Delivery (cont.)
  • 161 Poverty alleviation projects specifically targeting the training of 5 870 rural communities identified and funded
  • Placement verification study completed – 75% placement for 2002/03 and all equity targets met
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Programme 7: Service Delivery (cont.)
  • 187 187 inspections conducted representing an 113% increase on the previous year
  • 75 773 or 74% of the 102 660 complaints lodged, settled within 60 days
  • 6 920 Blitz inspections conducted in the following sectors:
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Programme 7: Service Delivery (cont.)
  • Agriculture: 360
  • Domestic: 1 073
  • Construction: 747
  • Wholesale and Retail: 2 712
  • Employment Equity: 2 028
programme 8 auxiliary and associated services
Programme 8: Auxiliary and Associated Services
  • Successfully coordinated President Mbeki’s visit and address to the ILC
  • Attended and influenced policy positions of the AU Labour and Social Affairs Commission held in Mauritius during April 2003
  • Successfully hosted the following delegations:
programme 8 auxiliary and associated services cont
Programme 8: Auxiliary and Associated Services (cont.)
  • Minister Tou – Minister of Employment and Youth: Burkina Faso
  • Deputy Minister Wang – Vice Minister of Labour and Social Security: China
  • Official delegations from:
    • Cuba
    • Lesotho
    • Malawi
    • Mozambique