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Briefing to Portfolio Committee on 3 rd Quarter Report – 2010/11 Nosipho Ngcaba Director-General Departmental of Environmental Affairs 25-26 January 2011.

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1 Briefing to Portfolio Committee on 3 rd Quarter Report – 2010/11 Nosipho Ngcaba Director-General Departmental of Environmental Affairs January 2011

2 Presentation Outline -Departmental Expenditure per quarter for the 2010/2011 financial year -Departmental Expenditure to the third quarter of the 2010/2011 Financial Year -Reprioritizations of the Budget -Donor Funding Expenditure -MTEF Allocations and Baseline Adjustments -Challenges over the MTEF 2

3 Vote 29: Department of Environmental Affairs Revised Allocations 3 Adjusted Allocations 2010/2011R’000 Main Appropriation Shifting of Funds from other Departments - Department of Tourism for office Accommodation Shifting of Funds to Other Departments - Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries for fisheries function and Expended Public Works Programme’s fisheries project ( ) Specific and Unforeseeable Economic and Financial Events - Salary and housing allowance increase Unforeseeable and Unavoidable Expenditure - Repair of SA Agulhas engine3 000 Adjusted Appropriation

4 Reprioritised Funds 2010/2011 for shortfalls 4 Proposed BranchR’000 EQP: Goods and Services to Compensation of Employees for new employees Other reprioritized Compensation of Employees (including OSD of R9 m) Office Accommodation Total Reprioritization65 951

5 Expenditure for the 2009/2010 Financial Year per Programme per Quarter (Exc Tourism) ProgrammeFirst Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter Fourth Quarter Total 1.Administration R’ R’ R’ R’ R’ Environmental Quality and Protect Marine and Coastal Management Biodiversity and Conservation Sector Services and International Relat Total %22%29%32% 5

6 Expenditure for the 2010/2011 Financial Year per Programme per Quarter ProgrammeFirst Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter Total 1.Administration R’ R’ R’ R’ Environmental Quality and Protect Oceans and Coastal Management Climate Change Biodiversity and Conservation Sector Services and International Relat Total %29%22% 6

7 Expenditure outstanding for the last quarter 7 R’000 Transfer to Buyisa-e-Bag DPW payments for building leases and municipal services Public Entities Infrastructure: - iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority - South African National Biodiversity Institute Climate Change: COP 17 planning cost (awaiting invoices)4 000 SITA outstanding invoices8 500 EPWP Incentive Programme Bid Development Cost for new Departmental Building7 000 Total Expenditure outstanding Total Expenditure till 31 December Total (72%)

8 Expenditure for the 2010/2011 Financial Year per Programme ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/ Administration R’ R’ R’ % 61% 2. Environmental Quality and Protection % 3. Oceans and Coastal Management % 4. Climate Change % 5. Biodiversity and Conservation % 6. Sector Services, Environmental Awareness and International Relations % Total % 8

9 Programme 1: Administration Sub-programmeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/ Management R’ R’ R’ % 58% 2. Corporate Affairs % 3. Financial Management % 4. Office Accommodation % Total % 9

10 Expenditure Analysis: Programme 1: Administration Activity Expenditure Till 31/12/2010 o Bid Development Cost: PPP: Departmental Building R’ o Office Accommodation o Audit Fees and Audit Committees4 062 o Domestic Travel4 351 o Foreign Travel4 253 o Communication3 919 o Venue and Facilities1 745 o Compensation of Employees o Performance Bonuses5 098 o System Support and Livelink Specialist Services4 172 o Training and Staff Development

11 Expenditure Analysis: Programme 1: Administration (continue) Activity Expenditure till 31/12/2010 o Leases R’ o Catering977 o External Computer Services3 652 o Telecommunication Equipment4 767 o Training and Staff Development1 732 o Advertising and Marketing2 672 o Inventory (stationery, printing, fuel, cleaning,2 086 o Wildlife Environmental Society (COO)4 000 o Machinery and Equipment1 778 o Other expenditure (resettlement cost, printing, courier services, security services) Total

12 Programme 2: Environmental Quality and Protection ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/ Environmental Quality and Protection Mng R’ R’ R’ % 34% 2. Regulatory Services % 3. Pollution and Waste Management % 4. Environmental Impact Management % 5. Air Quality Management % 6. Buyisa-e-Bag % 7. South African Weather Service % Total % 12

13 Expenditure Analysis: Programme 2: Environmental Quality and Protection ActivityExpenditure till 31/12/2010 o Compensation of Employees R’ o Performance Bonuses3 298 o Domestic Travel7 128 o Foreign Travel3 386 o External Computer Services1 153 o Training and Staff Development872 o Waste Management Officers Conference6 452 o Machinery and Equipment1 167 o Environmental Management Framework Waterberg1 134 o Prixley Ka Seme Local Municipality: Development of Environmental Mng2 486 o Other expenditure ( other consultants Annexure D)6 757 Total

14 Programme 3: Oceans and Coastal Management Sub-programmeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/ Integrated Coastal Management R’ R’ R’ % 58% 2.Coastal and Oceans Assessment and Research % Total % 14

15 Expenditure Analysis: Programme 3: Oceans and Coastal Management Activity Expenditure till 31/12/2010 o Compensation of Employees R’ o Performance Bonuses1 534 o Travel Domestic2 858 o Travel Foreign1 368 o Marine Oil Pollution Patrol: Helicopter Services4 044 o Vessel Operational Cost o Maintenance and Repair of SA Agulhas3 886 o Research and Advisory Services1 148 o Inventory: Stationery, Protective clothing, spares,2 797 o Advertising and marketing1 020 o Maintenance and Repair: Office Accommodation528 o Other Expenditure (machinery, equipment and office supplies)3 362 Total

16 Programme 4: Climate Change Sub-programmeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/ Research and Policy Analysis R’ R’ R’ % 72% 2.Antarctic and Island Research ** % Total % 16 **Note: Included R467,308 million for the replacement of the Polar Research Vessel. Installments according to agreement will be paid in September 2010 and January 2011.

17 Expenditure Analysis: Programme 4: Climate Change Activity Expenditure till 31/12/2010 o Relief Voyages to Marion Island, Gough and Antarctica (Fuel, Groceries, Medical, Helicopter) R’ o Manning and Operational cost for SA Agulhas o Climate Change Innovation2 226 o Compensation of Employees Total

18 Programme 5: Biodiversity and Conservation Sub-programmeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/ Biodiversity and Conservation Mng R’ R’ R’ % 63% 2. Biodiversity and Heritage % 3. Transfrontier Conservation and Protected Areas % 4. iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority % 5. South African National Parks % 6. South African National Biodiversity Institute % Total % 18

19 Expenditure Analysis: Programme 5: Biodiversity and Conservation Activity Expenditure till 31/12/2010 o Compensation of Employees R’ o Performance Bonuses1 660 o Travel: Domestic3 467 o Travel: Foreign6 359 o Event Promoters1 336 o Feasibility Studies, System for Protected Areas, Biodiversity Systems2 033 o Venues and Facilities1 049 o Protected Areas feasibility study800 o Other Operational cost ( machinery, operational, printing, communication)3 912 Total

20 Programme 6: Sector Services, Environmental Awareness and International Relations Sub-programmeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/ Social Responsibility, Policy and Projects R’ R’ R’ % 71% 2. International Cooperation % 3. Environmental Awareness % 4. Infrastructure Investment % Total % 20

21 Expenditure Analysis: Programme 6: Sector Services, Environmental Awareness and International Relations Activity Expenditure till 31/12/2010 o Compensation of Employees R’ o Membership Fees2 849 o Hosting of the Green Economy4 967 o Hosting of Women and Environment Conference5 700 o GEF: International Membership Fees6 200 o Travel: Domestic9 911 o Travel: Foreign8 264 o EPWP Projects (Annexure B) o Resettlement Cost1 122 o Machinery and Equipment1 422 o System Support GIS, web based programmes,3 079 o Other Operational Cost (inventory, stationary, operating expenditure)5 265 Total

22 Expenditure per Economic Classification ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/2010 Current Payments R’ R’ R’ % 66% -Compensation -Goods and Services % 60% Transfers and Subsidies % -Departmental Agencies and Projects -Foreign Governments -Non-Profit Institutions % 69% 55% Capital Assets % -Machinery and Equipment -- Software % 50% Total % 22

23 Expenditure per Economic Classification Current Payments ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/2010 Current Payments R’000 % -Compensation -Goods and Services % 60% Total % 23

24 Current Expenditure till 31 December 2010 NotesExpenditure till 31/12/2010 Goods and ServicesR’000 Administrative Fees Advertising Assets less than R5 000 Audit Cost: External Bursaries employees Catering: Departmental Activities Communication Computer Services Consultants and Advisory Services (Annexure D) Operating and Manning of Research Vessels (DAFF) Entertainment Inventory (including stores for Antarctica) Operating Leases Owned and leasehold property expenditure (maintenance, pest control) Travel and Subsistence : Air Transport, Car Rental, Accommodation, Daily Allowances (Annexure A) Venues and Facilities ( Conventions, Lekgotla, 5D, Minmec, Mintec, Conferences) Training and Staff Development Other Operating Expenditure ** Total

25 Current Expenditure till 31 December 2010 NotesExpenditure till 31/12/2010 Other Operating Expenditure ** R’000 Printing and Publications International Membership Fees Resettlement Cost Air Charter Services and landing rights (Voyage to Marion Island) Courier Services Harbour Services Storage Licences Total

26 Transfer Payments ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/2010 Transfers and Subsidies R’000 % -Departmental Agencies and Projects -Foreign Governments -Non-Profit Institutions % 69% 55% Total % 26

27 Transfer Payments: Departmental Agencies and Projects ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/201 0 South African Weather Service -Financial Assistance -Infrastructure Development -Modernization Programme (New radar equipment) R’ R’ R’ % 83% 100% 27

28 Transfer Payments: Departmental Agencies and Projects ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/2010 South African National Parks -Financial Assistance -Parks Development & Establish -Road Subsidy -Kids in Parks -Marine Protected Areas -Qwa Qwa National Park -Knysna Unfunded Land R’ R’ R’ % 80% 28

29 Transfer Payments: Departmental Agencies and Projects (continue) ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/2010 iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority -Financial Assistance -Forestry Rehabilitation -Infrastructure Development R’ R’ R’ % 75% 65% 29

30 Transfer Payments: Departmental Agencies and Projects (continue) ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/2010 South African National Biodiversity Institute -Financial Assistance -Implementation of Business Plan -Climate Change Research -Infrastructure Investment -Expansion of Botanical Gardens R’ R’ R’ % 75% 20% 100% Council for Scientific and Industrial Research1000 0% Projects % Total % 30

31 Transfer Payments: Projects and Expanded Public Works Programme ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/2010 Expanded Public Works Programme: Incentives R’ R’ R’ %% Expanded Public Works Programme (Annexure B) -Sustainable Land Base Livelihoods -Working on Waste -Working for the Coast -Training Programme -People and Parks % Total % 31

32 Transfer Payments: Foreign Governments and International institutions ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/2010 Global Environmental Fund R’ R’ R’ % 0% Total % 32 First installment was paid to GEF in first quarter. Payment for final installment (R2.8 million) will be paid in March 2011.

33 Transfer Payments: Non-Profit Institutions ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31 December 2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31/12/201 0 Buyisa-e-Bag * R’ R’ R’ % 50% National Association for Clean Air % Kwa-Zulu Natal Conservation Board: Maloti % African World Heritage Fund % World Wildlife Society of South Africa (WESSA)*** % Total % 33 Buyisa-e-Bag: Final payment to be determined through commitments provided to the Department.

34 Payment for Capital Assets ProgrammeAdjusted Allocation Expenditure till 31 December 2010 Available Funds Remainder of Year % Spend till 31 December 2010 Capital Assets R’000 % -Machinery and Equipment** -Software % 50% Total % 34 **Note: Included R467,308 million for the replacement of the Polar Research Vessel. Further Installment will be made during January 2011.

35 Payment of Capital Assets NotesExpenditure First Quarter Expenditure Second Quarter Expenditure Third Quarter Total Expenditure till 31/12/2010 Machinery and Equipment R’000 Computer Equipment Fixed Air Conditioner Furniture and Office Equipm Gardening Equipment Kitchen Appliances Photographic Equipment Lifting and handling Equipment Medical & Alied Equipment Tents and Flags Audio Visual Equipment Telecommunication Equipment Ship and Marine Equipment (Replacement Polar Vessel) Total

36 Foreign Aid Assistance 2010/2011 Name of Donor Country PurposeFunds Available Expenditure till 31/12/2010 UNEP2 nd National Communication for Convention and Climate Change R’ R’ UNEP *Hazardous Materials Management Programme6540 UNEP *National Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption and Reduction3170 Denmark *Environmental Capacity Building Programme168 Denmark *National Waste Management Strategy Programme Denmark *National Air Quality Project * Limited funds available as projects will end during the current financial year.

37 Foreign Aid Assistance 2010/2011 (continue) Name of Donor Country PurposeFunds Available Expenditure till 31/12/2010 DenmarkUrban Environmental Management Programme R’ R’ LesothoProgramme and Institutional Support for African Institute for the Environmentally Sound Management and Hazardous and other Wastes 144 MauritiusProgramme and Institutional Support for African Institute for the Environmentally Sound Management and Hazardous and other Wastes 154 World BankAfrican Stockpile Programme(694)26 NorwayEnvironmental Co-operation Programme Total

38 Transfer to Projects 2010/11 InstitutionsExpenditure Sustainable Land Base Livelihoods 160,605,673 Working on Waste 45,487,130 Working for the Coast 53,877,065 People and Parks 59,766,535 Beneficiary Training 14,973,561 TOTAL 334,709, For details refer Annexure B

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42 Projects Performance April 2010 – December 2010 IndicatorPerformance Number of accredited person training days created Number of Full Time Equivalents (FTE) created Number of new Work Opportunities created Number of SMMEs used (empowerment) 138 Number of youth benefiting from the NYS

43 Baseline –MTEF 2011/ / /122012/132013/14 Departmental Baseline Additional Funds Allocated to Baseline -Compensation of employees adjustment (Baseline) -Expanded Public Works Programme: Expansion -Combating Wildlife Trafficking and Improved conditions of Service -Isimangaliso : Infrastructure and operational costs - Improve Oil Spill response capability -Combating environmental crime -COP 17* Adjustments to Baseline -Replacement of Polar Vessels ends 2012/13 -Replacing SA Agulhas Research Vessel -Non-core goods and services* -Further savings effected by Cabinet* CARRY THROUGH COSTS OF FUNDS SHIFTED IN 2010/11 DAFF (Compensation, operational and fisheries projects) R’000 2,817, ,945 76, , ,176 - *200,000 (85,422) - *(76,969) *(8,453) (197,375) R’000 3,058, ,011 78,602 30,000 22, ,606 1,703 - (615,128) - (527,350) (78,602) (9,176) (203,653) R’000 3,226, ,657 84,170 30,000 22,600 30,000 7,782 1,805 - (647,747) (555,563) - (84,170) (8,014) (139,722) 2010 MTEF A L LOCATIONS (to be included in 2010 ENE)2,832,6842,385,9592,625,847 For details refer Annexure C

44 Allocation of cuts from Operations 2011/122012/132013/14 - Cut from goods and services* Allocations Correction of Compensation Baseline Provision for Critical Posts SANBI- Compensation and Operations iSimangaliso – Compensation and Operations Ocean and Coasts - Accommodation -Further cuts effected by Cabinet* Buyisa e Bag Ministry Allocation Women & Environment TOTAL R’000 (76,969) 46,049 12,000 13,000 3,500 2,420 (8,453) (5,000) (3,453) - (85,422) R’000 (78,602) 48,561 12,600 11,375 3,550 2,516 (9,176) (5,000) 824 (5,000) (87,778) R’000 (84,170) 52,236 13,230 11,833 3,859 3,012 (8 014) (5,000) (5,305) (92,184)

45 Challenges over the MTEF -Decrease in Baseline for Use of Goods and Services: Main areas: Vessel Operating costs Accommodation Municipal Services Funding of New building Green Economy and Environmental Awareness, Events and projects -Decreasing Donor funding -Funding of Entities infrastructure developments, operations and deficits


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