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PRO-POOR SERVICE DELIVERY WITH AN EMPOWERMENT & JOB CREATION FOCUS CITY OF TSHWANE. Dr Hein Wiese Strategic Executive Officer. CONTENT. Focusing on critical mass Broadening economic base Co-ordination & prioritization of projects Objectives of EDA Building PPPs

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PRO-POOR SERVICE DELIVERY WITH AN EMPOWERMENT & JOB CREATION FOCUSCITY OF TSHWANE

Dr Hein Wiese

Strategic Executive Officer


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CONTENT FOCUS

  • Focusing on critical mass

  • Broadening economic base

  • Co-ordination & prioritization of projects

  • Objectives of EDA

  • Building PPPs

  • Making economic development a reality


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AUDITING STRATEGIES & PLANS FOCUS

  • We don’t have Great LA, because we have Good LA

  • It is possible to turn Good into Great in the most unlikely situations

  • It is not to contrast the Good-to-Great LA

  • What do the Great LA share in common?


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CHALLENGE FOCUS

Great results

What’s inside the

BLACK BOX

Good results



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TSHWANE THE MOST FOCUS

PROSPEROUS METRO


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SECTORAL CONTRIBUTION TO SA’S GGP(CONSTANT PRICES)


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15% FOCUS

6%

TRADE

TRANSPORT

13%

24%

FINANCING

GOV

OTHER

19%

MANUFACTURING

23%

SECTORAL CONTRIBUTION TO TSHWANE’S ECONOMY



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SETTING THE CONTEXT FOCUS

  • Key characteristics of success:

    • Successful cities provide high quality living experiencesin which people want to settle & invest

    • Successful cities are well–connected

    • Successful cities provide agglomeration benefits

  • Tshwane’s challenge is to ensure all people have access within current context of prosperity & poverty duality


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A DUAL CITY… FOCUS

  • Need – The North

    • 67% of households live in formal dwellings

    • 46% had access to piped water in their homes in 1996 (although 95% now has access to a water scheme, but not necessary piped water in the home)

    • 58% (up from 47% in 1996) have access to sanitation & 68% (up form 59% in 1996) have access to electricity.

    • Tshwane inherited some 72 500 additional households requiring basic municipal services


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A DUAL CITY… FOCUS

  • Governance complexity

    • Cross boundary with 2 provinces

    • Sphere of influence over three provinces

  • Urban efficiency

    • Shape of city makes municipal service delivery inefficient

      • Low densities

      • Discontinuous

      • Vast

  • Inequality


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WHERE TO INVEST? FOCUS

  • Areas of greatest need?

  • Areas of greatest potential for successful growth?

  • The North of Tshwane unites need with potential

    • The North can gain leverage from the strong & diverse base of the rest of the Tshwane economy, with which it already intersects.


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Babelegi FOCUS

Winterveld

  • DEVELOP THE NORTH

  • Rudimentary household services

  • Public facility/ space clusters

  • Circular public transport

  • Urban agriculture

Shoshanguwe

Ga-Rankuwa

  • DEVELOP THE “URBAN PORT”

  • Rosslyn

  • Dinokeng

  • Bon Accord

  • Wonderboom Airport

Dinokeng

Capital/ Inner City

  • CELEBRATE THE CAPITAL

  • Cultural heritage

  • Housing

Atteridgeville

Mamelodi

  • MAINTAIN THE REST

  • Guide the market

  • Strengthen links between north and south

Centurion


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STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOCUS

Developing the North

Celebrating the

capital

Building Social

Cohesion

Strengthening

economic clusters

Maintaining existing

Urban Areas

Sound Financial Fundamentals

Strong Developmental Municipal Institution


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Developing the North FOCUS

Maintaining existing

Urban Areas

Celebrating the capital

Building Social Cohesion

Strengthening

economic clusters

Sound Financial Fundamentals

Strong Developmental Municipal Institution

COLUMN 1: STRENGTHENING CLUSTERS

  • Automotive, Metal Industries & Defence clusters

  • Support for research & development, teaching & knowledge based institutions

  • International marketing & networking

  • Engagement with major economic stakeholders

  • Structured BEE & SMME support

  • Supporting Blue IQ initiatives


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Developing the North FOCUS

Maintaining existing

Urban Areas

Celebrating the capital

Building Social Cohesion

Strengthening

economic clusters

Sound Financial Fundamentals

Strong Developmental Municipal Institution

COLUMN 4: CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT OF EXISTING URBAN AREAS THROUGH MAINTAINING SERVICES

  • Maintenance & expansion of service partnerships

  • Strengthening economic development promotion

  • Expedited development approval mechanism

  • Support Blue IQ initiatives

  • Maximising infill opportunities


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KEY OBJECTIVES FOCUS

  • Creation of short, medium and long term - Jobs

  • Sector specific development – SMME’s

  • Black Economic Empowerment

  • Extended Public Works Programme

  • Growing the economy of CoT by 5% over 5 years

  • Reducing unemployment rate by 5% over 5 years


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TRUE PARTNERSHIP FOCUS

Growing

the

City

Together


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SERVICE DELIVERY PRINCIPLES OF BATHO PELE FOCUS

  • Consultation

  • Service standards

  • Access to services

  • Courtesy

  • Information

  • Openness & transparency

  • Value for money

  • Economic empowerment


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PROGRAMMES FOCUS

  • Economic Development Agency

  • Entrepreneurial Development Centres

  • Skills Development Centres

  • Incubators / Production Centres

  • Tshwane Manufacturing Advisory Centre

  • Trade & Investment Centres


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CLUSTER ONE FOCUSMICRO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  • Focusing on Development. Costly. The Initial Investment is high with long term benefit. Linkages with the Extended Public Works Programme, DBSA, IDC, IDT, NDA, NEF

  • Promotion of community-based, informal sector & micro-enterprise development

  • Promotion of formal sector SME establishment & growth

  • Promotion of inward investment & development facilitation

  • Promotion of rural economic development

  • Management of the socio-economic impact of HIV/Aids

  • Promotion of agricultural development


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CLUSTER TWO FOCUSMICRO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  • Development for Growing the Economy

  • Linkages to the National, Provincial Manufacturing & Trade Policies & Programmes (IDC, DBSA, TISA, GEDA, Provincial Government, SADC schemes & NEPAD)

  • Promotion of various industrial & service sectors

  • Business retention, expansion & attraction

  • Promotion of trade & exports


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CLUSTER THREE FOCUSCONTINOUS PROCESS

  • Creating an enabling environment through interpretation & implementation of policy & legislative directorates, BEE, EE & AA

  • Promotion of strategic & spatial development initiatives

  • Research, policy impact assessment & information management

  • Promotion of gender-responsive economic empowerment

  • Promotion of a diversified spectrum of financial & venture capital, equity investment & corporate venturing institutions

  • Promotion of localization & Tshwane economic branding


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LED PROCESS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOCUS

  • Appointment of EDA Steering Committee

  • Confirm availability of financial resources

  • Identify 3 facilitators

  • Finalize report to Mayoral Committee

  • Mobilize funding

  • Implementation within two months




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BBBEE FOCUSINTRODUCTION

  • Constitution mandates LG to transform itself so it can play a developmental role

  • National policy is based on the belief that strategies for economic growth, development, BBBEE are mutually supportive strategies

  • BBBEE Act 53 of 2003 seeks to promote ownership, control & management of enterprises by Black people incl women, youth & people with disabilities

  • Tshwane Business Week 2003 resolved that BBBEE be prioritised in LED

  • CTMM has no overall strategy on BBBEE


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BBBEE FOCUSGOALS & OBJECTIVES

  • Develop a BBBEE plan of action

  • Use its local economic development & service delivery activities

  • CTMM must comply with EE & Skills Development Act

  • Establish partnerships for growth, development & transformation – PPPs

  • Develop a BBBEE Charter for Tshwane


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BBBEE FOCUSMONITORING & REPORTING

  • Balance score card will be used to measure progress

  • Reviewing the milestones of BBBEE projects

  • CTMM engage in discussions with its stakeholders to develop a consensus around the use of specific tools & systems for black economic empowerment targets & objectives


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EDA FOCUSROLE OF EDA

  • Full the gap in LED as delivery vehicle for development projects

  • Co-ordinate & manage public resources, potential investors & regional investment opportunities

  • Extension of the development role of local government

  • Supporting the networks that catalyze local economic development


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EDA FOCUSKEY CRITERIA FOR IDC

  • Poor & under-developed areas

  • Rural bias

  • Jobs to be created

  • Empowerment opportunities created

  • Local business development opportunities

  • SMME development opportunities

  • Social, economic, environmental & physical benefits

  • Use of un/under utilized assets


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EDA FOCUSPROCESS


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STRATEGY FOCUS

‘Strategy is not rocket science. It’s common sense & creativity combined. The best ideas are so obvious that everyone overlooks them, or so extraordinary that no one thinks about them. Either way, it’s how you execute them that finally matters.’

(Manning, T. 1998. Radical strategy)


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STRATEGY TO IMPROVE ECONOMIC GROWTH FOCUS

  • Value-added production: Realigning the manufacturing sector away from traditional heavy industries towards sophisticated, high value-adding

  • ‘Smart’ industries: Creating an environment in which ie information technology, telecommunications, research & development and bio-medical industries can thrive

  • Financial services: Developing the finance & business service sector by focusing on, technology, business services & business tourism


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STRATEGY TO SPECIFIC CLUSTERS FOCUS

  • Automotive – Blue IQ project where Tshwane are hosting 40% of all automotive activities in SA

  • Information, Communication and Technology & Innovation Hub – Blue IQ project, currently in the process of bulding the site at CSIR & University of Pretoria

  • Medical & Pharmaceutical – a new focus area

  • Biotechnology – a new focus area

  • Education & research & development – well developed

  • Tourism – to be developed based on Government and business tourism

  • Metals – well developed but need new focus after ISCOR has down scalled

  • Agriculture & processing – Urban agriculture in the process of attracting investors for business case plans


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IMPROVING OUR PERFORMANCE? FOCUS

  • Major new investment growth – private sector partners

  • World class research & development industry – relationships with centres of excellence

  • New export markets – Trade Point

  • Tourism boost – improved co-ordination

  • World class education levels – new investment in facilities

  • Priority for infrastructure projects – for target sectors

  • Strategic land developments – incentive

  • Small business initiatives – services to assist

  • Integrated development planning process


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ROLE OF CTMM FOCUS

  • Influence the components of Porter Diamond

  • Improve the quality of the inputs (factors) firms can draw upon & define a competitive environment

  • Incentives is important part in shaping the pressures

  • Working in tandem with favourable underlying conditions in the diamond

  • Create environment where business can gain competitive advantage

  • Catalyst & challenger

  • Encourage companies


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AUTOMOTIVE CLUSTER FOCUS

ENGINES

WELDERS

SUB-

ASSEMBLERS

FINANCE

TRANSMISSIONS

JIGS

PRODUCTION

PAINT SHOP

LINE

INSURANCE

METAL PRODUCTS

PRESSES

POWER

PASSENGER

COMPA-

CARS

NIES

GLASS PRODUCTS

BUSES

ASSEMBLERS

GOVERN-

DEALERS

* MANAGING LOGISTICS

MENT

LIGHT

BASIC

COMMERCIALS

CHEMICALS

INDIVI-

DUALS

HEAVY

TEXTILES &

LOGISTIC

COMMERCIALS

LEATHER

SUPPORT

RUBBER &

PLASTIC PRODUCTS

QUALITY

SAP

TAX

CONTROL

PHASE VI

STRUCTURE

PAINTS

MANAGEMENT

MARKETING

SYSTEM

ELECTRONIC

AFTER SALES

ROBOTICS

EQUIPMENT

SERVICE

TRANSPORT


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DEFENCE CLUSTER FOCUS

Manufacturing

Equipment

Customised

Nuclear

Weapon

Systems

Weapons

SA and other

Aerospace

Electronics

Governments

Navigation

Commodity

Metal Products

Product

Manufacture

Chemical

Products

Info Services

R&D

Finance

and IT

Government

Technology


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METAL PRODUCTS FOCUS

IRON &

STEEL

ELECTRICAL

DESIGN

MACHINERY

FURNACES

INSTRUMENTS

ALUMINIUM

SHIPPING

MIS

MOULDS

PACKAGING

STAINLESS

WELDERS

STEEL

BUILDING

CONTAINERS

SCRAP

WHITE-GOODS

TANKS

SHEET

STRIP

TRANSPORT

POWER

METAL PRODUCTS

CANS

FOIL

AGRICULTURE

* ROLLING, SHAPING,

OTHER

BARS

CASTING & WELDING

METALS

TUBES

VEHICLES

RODS

WIRE

PAINT

ENGINEERING

PROFILES

DEFENCE

WOOD

ROLLING

MILL

MINING

CUTTERS

PETRO-

CHEMICALS

PETRO-CHEM

DIES

HEAVY LIFTING

FURNITURE

JIGS

RUBBER

& TRANSPORT

SPRAYING &

EQUIPMENT

PAINTING

WHOLESALERS

EQUIPMENT

PLASTICS

CONSUMERS


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BIOMEDICAL CLUSTER FOCUS

Additives

Prescription

Active

Fine

Pharmaceutical

products

Compounds

Manufacture

Chemicals

Over the counter

Manufacture

products

Hospitals &

Clinics

Spare parts

Hospital furniture

Private

Support

Hi-tech medical

Medical Equipment

Manufacturing

Machine

equipment

services

Manufacturing /

Practice

Equipment

Assembly

Small Surgical

Assembly

Machine

equipment

components

Pharmacies

Surgical

Syringes / Needles

Steel

Disposable

Suture material

Glass

Manufacture

Bandages

Plastics

Textiles

Rubber

Government

R&D

IT

Medical Training

Logistics

Health Insurance

GP’s

l

Specialists

l

Allied Professional

l

Dentists

l

Vets

l


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TOURISM AND LEISURE FOCUS

TRAINING

MEDICAL

CATERING

HOLIDAY

RESORTS

SUPPORT

FINANCE

LEGAL

FOOD & BEV.

SERVICES

HISTORICAL PLACES

REAL ESTATE

INSURANCE

CONSTRUCTION

SIGHT SEEING

ACTION HOLIDAY

FACILITIES

GAME PARKS

LEISURE

INDIVIDUALS

ATTRAC-

CULTURAL OFFER

TOUR

FAMILIES

TRAVEL AGENTS

TOUR OPERATORS

TIONS

PACKAGES

TOUR GROUPS

SPORT FACILITIES

STUDY GROUPS

SPORT TEAMS

SHOPPING

PATIENTS

DELEGATIONS

RESTAURANTS

POLITICIANS

PUBL. EVENTS

BUSINESS PEOPLE

LOCAL TRANSP.

BUSINESS

ACCOMMODATION

TELECOMM.

CORE

ADDITIONAL

STUDY

BUSINESS

SERVICES

SERVICES

INFO. SERVICES

ACTIVITIES

INTERNATIONAL

CONGRESSES

TRANSPORT

SECURITY

POLITICAL EVENTS

LOCAL

GENERAL

AUTHORITIES

INFRASTRUCTURE


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PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT FOCUSKEY RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Preferential procurement policy should be reviewed & updated in line with applicable legislations & best practice

  • Preferential procurement should be integrated seamlessly with procurement

  • More preferential procurement strategies should be incorporated to reduce undue reliance on price preference

  • Comprehensive targets for preferential procurement should be set


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PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT FOCUSKEY RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Preferential procurement process should be mapped & procedures documented

  • Cross functional responsibility on preferential procurement implementation

  • Preferential procurement performance targets should be incorporated into performance contracts of staff & committees

  • Preferred BEE supplier database should be created

  • Monitoring & reporting should be implemented


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HOW DOES IT ALL FIT? FOCUS

Medium-Long Term Strategy

3-5 year IDP

MTIEF Review

Budgets

MTIEF

Sectoral

plans

Gov Grants

City Development Strategy

IDP

Community

input

IDP Review


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RE-ENGINEERING FOCUS

  • Don’t reengineer but say that you are

  • Do not spend a lot of time analysing

  • Proceed with strong & committed leadership

  • Bold & imaginative thinking

  • Once decided, implement

  • The wrong style of implementation = waiting to get all ducks neatly lined up & in a row

  • Attend to the concerns of the people

    Hammer, Michael. 1995. ‘The Reengineering Revolution, the Handbook’.


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THANK YOU FOCUS

Dr Hein Wiese

Strategic Executive Officer

Economic Development

City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality

Tel: 082-783-0735

[email protected]


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