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  1. Presentation tothe Portfolio Committee on Sport and Recreation 18 February 2014 Chairperson :NLB Prof. Alfred Nevhutanda

  2. Presentation Outline • Introduction • Strategic Plan • Summary on Sports Funding • Allocations per Sector • Infrastructure Spend • Highlights (Report on current Funding Programs) • Challenges • Concluding Remarks • Discussion

  3. NLB Structure OTHER LOTTERIES REGULATION DISTRIBUTION NGOs CBOs Applications Operates the National Lottery and National Sports Pools under Licence NLB Central Applications Office Payments GIDANI NLDTF Weekly transfer 5% 28% 0% 45% 22% DA Art & Culture DA Charities DA Sport DA RDP DA Misc

  4. Grant Funding: Sports DA • Consists of independent members appointed by the Minister of Trade & Industry in consultation with the Minister of Sport • The role of the DA as per the Act is to adjudicate on all the applications received • No allocations are made without an application as per legislation • The role of the Grant Funding Division of the NLB is to provide administrative support

  5. Strategic Plan • Promote social cohesion and nation building through sport • Promote healthy lifestyle • Provide a platform for the historically disadvantaged communities to achieve their sporting potential through: • Gender integration • Funding of vulnerable groups • Partnership with stakeholder, clubs, schools, NGO’s, Municipalities and Organized structures

  6. Strategic Plan • Transformation & Development Programmes • Talent identification • Basic facilities • Sport equipment • Local leagues • Provincial-and national competitions • Capacity building

  7. Strategic Plan • Infrastructure • Capacity Building • Includes courses for clubs, regional, provincial and national facilitators, technical officials, administration and coaches • Life skills • Generic training courses

  8. Strategic Plan…Capacity building • International accreditation of coaches • International accreditation of technical officials • Facilitation and coordination all technical courses to be SAQA accredited • Translation of course training manuals/materials • Production/development of training material for respective courses • Reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities

  9. Strategic Plan • High Performance • Sport-specific research equipment • Medical • Nutrition • International participation

  10. Summary of Sports and Recreation Distribution Agency Funding

  11. Summary of Sports and Recreation Distribution Agency Funding

  12. SRDA Allocation per Sector

  13. SRDA Allocation per Sector

  14. Provincial Investment

  15. Infrastructure Spend

  16. Infrastructure Investment component

  17. Highlights - Schools • During the year under review 912 schools have been funded to date(31/12/2014) , amounting to approximately R91 mil. • In addition R17m was allocated towards national championships Top 3 infrastructure related investments nationally (approximate) • 195 Multi-courts have been constructed/maintained- R19.7 mil • 58 Netball courts constructed/maintained – R5.9m • 41 Soccer fields prepared/constructed – 4.1 mil Sport equipment The NLB has noted that a significant portion of the R91 mil , included funding requests for sport equipment.

  18. Highlights – Tertiary Institutions • This sector saw massive investment totalling R70 mil. • The most significant investment was channelled towards FET colleges under the umbrella of the South African College Principals Organisation(SACPO)-R62 mil. • SACPO represents 50 FET colleges nationally • Will act as custodian for sport relating to the FET colleges as well as to the surrounding communities

  19. Highlights – National Federations The NLB’s focus within this sector includes: • High performance training • Capacity building and training camps • International participation and hosting of International events • Equipment for high performance activities Top 10 Beneficiaries

  20. Challenges • Demand exceeds available resources • Applications based funding model • Lack of impact measurement • Expectation of recurrent and ‘permanent’ funding potentially crowding out new entrants • High rate of declines (due to non-compliance) • Fraudulent applications / fund use • Provincial allocation / spread inequities • Turnaround times

  21. Concluding Remarks • Appreciate the opportunity to account and engage with the Committee as the elected representatives of the communities we are appointed to serve • The implementation of amendments to the Lotteries Act will address most of the fundamental structural impediments for the more effective & efficient distribution of funds from the NLDTF • In the meantime the NLB and Distributing Agencies continuously endeavor to improve the operational efficiencies related to the NLDTF activities.

  22. Delegation • Prof. Alfred Nevhutanda (NLB Chairperson) Tel: 012-4321322 Cell: 072 623 9809 email: profnevhu@nlb.org.za • Mrs Thabang Mampane (CEO) Tel: 012-4321322 Cell: 082 415 5435 email: thabang@nlb.org.za

  23. Delegation • Mr. Jeffrey du Preez (Senior Executive: Grant Funding) Tel: 012-4321376 Cell: 082 903 2694 email: jeffrey@nlb.org.za • Mr. Mveleli Ncula (Distributing Agency – Chairperson) Tel: 021-685 5930 Cell: 082 990 0016 email: mvelelincula1947@gmail.com

  24. Thank You