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Annual Report Presentation April 2004 – 2005. Delegation Paul Langa - CEO Denmark Tungwana - COO Nash Masekwameng - CFO Palesa Morudu - Marketing and Communications Vincent Shai - Supply Chain Management Robert Hashe - Finance and Administration. INTRODUCTION.

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DelegationPaul Langa - CEODenmark Tungwana - COONash Masekwameng - CFOPalesa Morudu - Marketing and CommunicationsVincent Shai - Supply Chain Management Robert Hashe - Finance and Administration

from incarceration to liberation from punishment of the body to the freedom of the spirit

“from incarceration to liberation…. from punishment of the body to the freedom of the spirit”

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Robben Island, with its past history of subjugation and suffering has become an international symbol of the triumph of the human spirit over enormous hardship and adversity.

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In so doing it is an

International icon of the

indomitable nature of

the human spirit

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Guided by this statement of significance, we would like to assure the nation and the world, that we intend to take good care of this part of our national heritage

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We welcome the opportunity to share with you the achievements, challenges, and activities undertaken during the 2004/2005 financial year

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The ICMP is a framework within which Robben Island is managed to ensure conservation and preservation

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• The absence of a permanent leadership• An Integrated Conservation Management Plan• A Visitor Management Strategy• Management of the natural environmentof the island

arrivals to south africa
Arrivals to South Africa

*Note: 2004 data is for the period Jan to Sep only.

Source: StatsSA

arrivals to south africa21
Arrivals to South Africa

*Note: 2004 data is for the period Jan to Sep only.

Source: StatsSA, SA Tourism departure surveys

activities undertaken in the western cape by leisure tourists
Activities undertaken in the Western Cape by leisure tourists
  • Under 1 million leisure tourists who visited the Western Cape visited natural attractions in the province in 2003 and 2004* .
  • About 0.5 million leisure tourists who visited the Western Cape visited cultural, historical and heritage sites in the province in 2003 and 2004*

*Note: 2004 data is for the period Jan to Sep only.

Source: StatsSA, SA Tourism departure surveys

total number of tourists visiting robben island
Total number of tourists visiting Robben Island
  • Over 400,000 tourists visited Robben Island in 2003 and in 2004* .

*Note: 2004 data is for the period Jan to Sep only.

Source: StatsSA, SA Tourism departure surveys

tourists visiting robben island by purpose of visit
Tourists visiting RobbenIsland by purpose of visit
  • Majority of the tourists to Robben Island are tourists visiting South Africa for leisure purposes

*Note: 2004 data is for the period Jan to Sep only.

Source: StatsSA, SA Tourism departure surveys

source markets of leisure tourists visiting robben island
Source markets of leisure tourists visiting Robben Island
  • Most of the leisure tourists to Robben Island come from Europe followed by the Americas and then Asia. Very few African leisure tourists visit Robben Island.

*Note: 2004 data is for the period Jan to Sep only.

Source: StatsSA, SA Tourism departure surveys

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The facility has been convertedinto a multi purpose learner centre which caters primarily for our public programming activitiesThe facility was made possible through the state generosity and sponsorship from Standard BankThis was a four year project at the cost of up to R4m

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This is a R5m project which was developed and maintained byDepartment of Public WorksThe quality of the wateron the island hasincreased significantly

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One of our historic ferries has been upgraded to primarily advance our access policyThe ferry is dedicated to transporting thousands of school kids and other concession groups, (e.g. pensioners, women’s and church groups) visiting the island

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To facilitate better accessibility for the physically challenged and general public, a floating jetty has been installed at the island harbour

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RIM primary business development activities • Memorabilia stores• Conferencing and banqueting• Ferry Operations

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Conferencing and banquetingThe first phase of the conferencing has been completed and is attractingmuch attention

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PoliciesA policy review process has been completed. These related to human resources; risk assessment; financial managementCouncil has endorsed and implemented in accordancewith PFMA

the history
The History
  • Operating performance
highlights
Highlights
  • Revenue has significantly increased
  • Subsidy has, in the meantime, moderately changed
  • Audit opinions have been attended to through effective internal financial control systems
  • Supply Chain Management has been implemented as per the PFMA
  • An audit committee has been established
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Relations with sponsors and grantors have strengthened over the years.Toyota SA and Daimler Chrysler continue to support the island transportation needsThe Japanese government has also donated archival equipment at the RIM/UWC Mayibuye ArchivesThe National Lottery has contributed significantly toward building capacity at the RIM/UWC Mayibuye Archives

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RIM continues to strengthen relations with the Cape Town City Council.The engagement is aroundmunicipal by-laws emergency services, and development of the ICMP

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RIM engaged with government, both at the political and administration level, to solicit input on the development of the ICMP

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Future ChallengesDevelopment of a new visitor experienceLong-term water provision forthe islandLong-term transportation needsLong-term electricity for the island

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“While we will not forget the brutalityof apartheid, we will not want Robben Island to be a mountain of our hardship and suffering. We would want it to be a triumph of the human spirit against the forces of evil, a triumph of wisdom and largeness of spirit against small minds and pettiness; a triumph of courage and determination over human frailtyand weakness” AHMED KATHRADA