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Programme 2 funding policy and liaison

PROGRAMME 2:

FUNDING, POLICY AND LIAISON

SRSA


0bjective of the programme
0BJECTIVE OF THE PROGRAMME

  • To promote the participation of South Africans in local and international sport and recreation programmes through own programmes and funding of associated organisations and to monitor the impact on communities

SRSA


PROGRAMME MANAGER

GA FREDERICKS

FUNDING

& MONITORING:

R HORN

SPECIAL

PROJECTS:

F SIPAMLA

POLICY,

INFORMATIONS &

RESEARCH:

J MOETJI

LIAISON:

J THERON

SRSA


Major new initiatives for 2004 2005
MAJOR NEW INITIATIVES FOR 2004/2005

  • MASS PARTICIPATION PROJECT

  • SCHOOL SPORT PROGRAMME

  • NATIONAL ACADEMY

SRSA




Funding monitoring
FUNDING & MONITORING

  • CORE FUNCTION:

    • Make transfer payments in accordance with the PFMA and the SRSA funding Policy

  • OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Bidding and hosting Strategy

    • SRSA Conference

    • Booklet on tax implications for National Federations

SRSA


Funding 2004 2005
FUNDING: 2004/2005

  • Have started to prioritise as recommended by the MTT

    • More Medals

    • More People

  • Introducing more funding for appointment of personnel

  • Set aside funding for hosting events

SRSA


More people
MORE PEOPLE

  • Athletics R 750 000

  • Baseball R 350 000

  • Basketball R 500 000

  • Boxing R 500 000

  • Dance Sport R 100 000

  • Gymnastics R 600 000

  • Handball R 250 000

  • Hockey R 500 000

  • Netball R 750 000

  • Softball R 250 000

  • Squash R 250 000

  • Swimming R 500 000

  • Table Tennis R 350 000

  • Tennis R 350 000

  • Volleyball R 500 000

SRSA


More medals
MORE MEDALS

  • Athletics R1 700 000

  • Boxing R 300 000

  • Bowls R 100 000

  • Canoeing R 250 000

  • Cycling R 400 000

  • Hockey R1 000 000

  • Netball R 500 000

  • Rowing R 250 000

  • Shooting R 100 000

  • Surfing R 100 000

  • Swimming R1 300 000

  • Triathlon R 50 000

SRSA


Personnel assistance
PERSONNEL ASSISTANCE

  • Tennis R500 000

  • Athletics R130 000

  • Netball R130 000

  • Basketball R130 000

  • Baseball R130 000

  • Handball R130 000

  • Volleyball R130 000

  • Boxing R130 000

  • Hockey R130 000

SRSA


Personnel assistance1
PERSONNEL ASSISTANCE

  • Table Tennis R130 000

  • Squash R130 000

  • Softball R130 000

  • Gymnastics R130 000

  • Swimming R130 000

  • Dance Sport R130 000

SRSA


Admin grant r50 000

Athletics

Badminton

Basketball

Baseball

Boxing

Bowls

Canoeing

Chess

Cycling

Dance Sport

Equestrian

Gymnastics

Handball

Judo

Karate

Lifesaving

Netball

Rowing

Rollerskating

Sailing

Softball

Shooting

Squash

Surfing

ADMIN GRANT – R50 000

SRSA


Admin grant r50 0001

Taekwondo

T Tennis

Tennis

Triathlon

Volleyball

Weightlifting

Wrestling

Hockey

Swimming

ADMIN GRANT – R50 000

SRSA


Admin grant r24 000

Pool

Indoor Cricket

Snooker & Bill

Aerob & Fitn

Waterski

Korfball

Powerboating

Darts

Cast & Surfcast

Powerlifting

Waveski

Figure Skating

Jukskei

Master Sport

Modern Pentath

Ice Hockey

Ski & Snowboard

Orienteering

Tug-of-War

ADMIN GRANT – R24 000

SRSA


Development grant r50 000

Badminton

Bowls

Canoeing

Cycling

Chess

Equestrian

Judo

Karate

Lifesaving

Roller Sport

Rowing

Shooting

Sailing

Surfing

Taekwondo

Triathlon

Weightlifting

Wrestling

DEVELOPMENT GRANT – R50 000

SRSA


Development grant
DEVELOPMENT GRANT

  • Football R500 000

  • Rugby R500 000

  • Cricket R500 000

  • Golf R400 000

SRSA


International participation
INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION

  • Basketball R200 000

  • Baseball R100 000

  • Handball R100 000

  • Volleyball R100 000

  • Table Tennis R100 000

  • Squash R100 000

  • Softball R100 000

  • Gymnastics R200 000

  • Dance Sport R100 000

  • Tennis R100 000

SRSA


International participation1
INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION

  • Badminton R50 000

  • Chess R50 000

  • Judo R50 000

  • Karate R50 000

  • Lifesaving R50 000

  • Roller Sport R50 000

  • Taekwondo R50 000

  • Weightlifting R50 000

  • Wrestling R50 000

  • Equestrian R50 000

SRSA


Hosting international events
HOSTING INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

  • Netball (COSANA) R350 000

  • Squash (Cont) R100 000

  • Swimming (WC) R500 000

  • Cricket (WWC) R800 000

  • Powerlifting R 50 000

  • Motorsport R800 000

SRSA


Macro structures
MACRO STRUCTURES

  • NOCSA R2.2M

  • DISSA R0.892M

  • SASSU R0.5M

  • USSASA R0.641M

  • SACGA R0.5M

  • SPORTS TR R0.25M

SRSA


Other
OTHER

  • School & Youth Sport R5.5m

  • CWG Youth R1.0m

  • Zone VI Games R2.0m

  • Rural sport R1.0m

  • Indigenous Games R0.5m

  • LoveLife R12.0m

SRSA


Public entities
PUBLIC ENTITIES

  • SA SPORTS COMM R28.0m

  • SA INST DRUG-FREE R 4.2M

  • BOXING SA R1.4m

SRSA


Total transfer payments
TOTAL TRANSFER PAYMENTS

R85 977 000

SRSA


Special projects
SPECIAL PROJECTS

  • COMMUNITY MASS PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME

  • SCHOOL SPORT

  • HIV & AIDS AWARENES PROGRAMMES

  • COMMEMORATION NATIONAL DAYS

  • 10TH ANNIVERSARY ACTIVITIES

  • OUDTSHOORN YOUTH FESTIVAL

SRSA


Community mass participation programme
COMMUNITY MASS PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME

  • RECEIVED R20.0M FROM NT

  • R9.0M TO PROVINCES – DORA

  • WANT TO IMPACT ON ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR

  • MAIN TARGET – Young people in poor communities, rural and urban, women, disabled

  • IMPACT STUDY

SRSA


Community mass participation programme1
COMMUNITY MASS PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME

  • 4 NODAL AREAS /HUBS PER PROVINCE

  • ACTIVITIES:

    • Aerobics, General Gymnastics, Fun Runs/Big Walks, Indigenous Games, Streetball (Basketball, soccer, handball)

SRSA


Community mass participation programme2
COMMUNITY MASS PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME

  • Recruiting Volunteers (216)

  • Will receive extensive training

  • Each volunteer will receive a stipend of R1200 pm

  • Programme will be launched end of July

SRSA


National academy
NATIONAL ACADEMY

  • Cabinet endorsed MTT recommendation to establish a National Academy

  • Received R10.0m from the National Treasury – 2004/05

  • For 2004/05 – Two phases

    • Preparation of Olympic and Paralympic athletes for Athens

    • Follow process to conclude a PPP

SRSA


National academy1
NATIONAL ACADEMY

  • OLYMPIC PREPARATION:

    • Highperformance centre UP: Olympics - Athletics, swimming, hockey, boxing, Taekwondo, Fencing

    • Accommodation, sports nutrition, sports medicine, vision, rehabilitation, physical strength and conditioning, physiotherapy, etc

    • Facilities

SRSA


National academy2
NATIONAL ACADEMY

  • PARALYMPIC PREPARATION:

    • Stellenbosch University: Paralympics – full team

    • All sports science and sports medicine support

    • Accommodation, transport

SRSA


School sport programme
SCHOOL SPORT PROGRAMME

  • Partnership between SRSA, DoE, SASC, Provincial Departments Sport & Education and USSASA

  • Deliver a programme to learners

    • Within Curriculum

    • After school programmes

    • District, Regional, provincial, national and international participation

SRSA


School sport programme1
SCHOOL SPORT PROGRAMME

  • GOVERNMENT BEGINNING TO TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY

  • NO CONTRIBUTION FROM LEARNERS

  • CAPACITY BUILDING CENTRAL

SRSA


School sport programme2
SCHOOL SPORT PROGRAMME

  • SRSA FOCUS FOR 2004/05

    • BALL GAMES – DURBAN – JULY 2004 – Soccer, Netball, rugby, volleyball, basketball

    • X-COUNTRY – E LONDON – SEPT

    • GIRLS CRICKET & GYMNASTICS – DECEMBER

  • R4.9m available for the programme

SRSA


Policy research and information
POLICY, RESEARCH AND INFORMATION

  • Impact studies

  • Sport and Recreation Policy

  • Research Conference

  • Booklet on membership statistics

  • HSRC Assessment of participation trends in sport

  • Recording the history of non-racial sport

SRSA


International liaison
INTERNATIONAL LIAISON

  • NEPAD exchange programmes

  • International exchanges

  • Quarterly Newsletter to SA Missions

  • Sports Tourism

  • Foreign Missions Breakfast

SRSA


Thank you
THANK YOU

SRSA