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White Paper on Defence and Defence Review “Defence Update 2005”

White Paper on Defence and Defence Review “Defence Update 2005”

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  1. White Paper on Defence and Defence Review “Defence Update 2005” Portfolio Committee on Defence: 17 May 2005

  2. Status of the WP&DR Chapters

  3. Defence Update 2005 Architecture • Ministerial Foreword • Introduction • Chapter 1: The Changed Strategic Environment • Chapter 2: Collective Security • Chapter 3: South Africa’s Approach to National Security • Chapter 4: Defence Role, Functions, Objectives, & Missions • Chapter 5: Required Defence Capabilities • Chapter 6: Required Defence Resources • Chapter 7: Defence Governance • Conclusion

  4. Chapter 1: The Changed Strategic Environment Chapter 2: Collective Security Chapter 3: South Africa’s Approach to National Security Chapter 4: Defence Role, Functions, Objectives, & Missions Chapter 5: Required Defence Capabilities Chapter 6: Required Defence Resources Chapter 7: Defence Governance Completed (CPP) Completed (CPP) Completed (CPP) Completed (CCS) Partially completed (CCS) Commenced (CFO) Completed and under editing (CPP) Status of Chapters (1)

  5. Status of Chapters (2) • Chapter 5: Required Defence Capabilities • CCS to present the Force Design Proposal to the PDSC on 20 June 2005. • CCS will submit Chapter 5 to the editing committee one week thereafter. • Chapter 6: Required Defence Resources • CFO will present the Financial Instruction for the costing of the Force Design to the DSC on 30 May 2005. • CFO will present the Force Costing Proposal at the PDSC on 18 July 2005. • Submission of Chapter 6 to the editing committee will be one week thereafter, i.e. 25 July 2005. • Report 2 • The Editing Committee tasked to prepare Report 2 for presentation at the PDSC of 15 August 2005.

  6. Consultation

  7. Prior Consultation & Briefings (1) • Briefings to the DSC • 23 August 2004 • 03, 06, 13 & 27 September 2004 • 01 & 06 October 2004 • 31 January 2005 • 7 March 2005 • 16 May 2005 • Briefings to DOD Councils • 21 January 2005 – Denel Management Board • 01 March 2005 – SAAF Air Command • 01 March 2005 – Army Council • 17 March 2005 – Navy Board and Fleet Command • 15 April 2005 – Surgeon General Staff Council • 10 May 2005 – Operations Staff Council • Briefing to MOD • 27 August 2004 • 04 September 2004 • Tabled at COD on 04 February 2005 • Tabled at COD 18 March 2005

  8. Prior Consultation & Briefings (2) • Briefings to Portfolio Committee on Defence • 15 & 22 June 2004 • 17 August 2004 • 05 & 12 October 2004 • 02 November 2004 • 16 February 2005 • 17 May 2005 • Public Hearings on 25 October 2004 • The University of Witwatersrand in collaboration with the Institute for Global Dialogue (IGD) • Africa Institute of South Africa • Aerospace, Maritime and Defence Association (AMD) • The Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR) • Advisory Board on Military Veterans • Institute for Security Studies (ISS) • SASFU • Ceasefire Campaign • Catholic Bishop’s Conference • CSIR

  9. Prior Consultation & Briefings (3) • Cluster briefings: • Sec Def briefed the DG’s JCPS cluster on 05 April 2005. • Deputy MOD briefed the Cabinet JCPS Committee on 21 April 2005.

  10. Approach to Public Consultation • The position on public consultations adopted by the MOD and PCD is the following. • The route embarked upon in the writing of the 1996 White Paper and Defence Review, i.e. the holding of workshops in nine provinces, was not feasible to undertake in the present Defence Update 2005 process due to time and resource constraints. • It was envisaged that public hearings, that which was held on 25 Oct 2005, would suffice to provide the necessary platform for civil society to make inputs into the drafting of the Defence Update 2005.

  11. Way Forward • Interdepartmental Workshop • A one interdepartmental workshop represented by the IRPS and JCPS Depts. • A date for such a workshop needs to be fixed and will be informed by the revised timelines. • Distribution of Report 1 to the PCD • Inclusive of comments of all stakeholders • Inclusive of all inputs from the Public Hearing • Focus Areas • Poverty and underdevelopment • Human Security • Developmental Peace Keeping