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Portfolio Committee on Rural Development and Land Reform 27 February 2013 Report: Surveying of state land Progress on comprehensive land register Bursary.

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1 Portfolio Committee on Rural Development and Land Reform 27 February 2013 Report: Surveying of state land Progress on comprehensive land register Bursary scheme Survey officer’s programme Progress on accreditation process

2 Surveying of state land Purpose The State requires, in terms of various land administration legislation & PFMA, updated & properly recorded property registers of all State Land in respective property portfolios 2

3 Statistics(figures) Province No. of Land Parcels Extent (Ha) SDFsADMIN DISTRICTS EC101 666 4.455 mil 716 Kwa-Bhaca, Qumbu, Xhora, Bizana, Siphaqeni, Lusikisiki, Maxesibeni, Cofimvaba, Umzimkulu, Umzimvubu, Mt Fletcher, Tsolo, Herschel, Libode, Ngqeleni, Mqanduli, Maxesibeni, Tabankulu, Matatiele, Gatyana, Centani LP15 1.307 mil 188LT, H, MT, KT MP2420.172 mil 257NSIKAZI, NKOMAZI, BARBERTON 3

4 Comprehensive Land Register Purpose – Reflect an accurate and reliable database of all land parcels registered – Serve as a basis for land planning and administration – Inform functions relating to property portfolio management 4

5 Comprehensive Land Register 1 Progress – Physical verification of registered state land has been substantially completed – 111 000 land parcels of state land remain to be physically re-verified – Separation of private and state land data has been completed 5

6 State vs. Private Land 6

7 Comprehensive Land Register 2 Progress The first phase is intended towards alignment of property details between Deeds offices and Surveyor- General offices, in particular the: – Township names – Sectional Title names – Farms names The project is on track and the completion date is end of March 2013. The next phase will address property details relating to property description, extents etc 7

8 Department Bursary Scheme Purpose – To sponsor aspirant students to obtain qualifications in Geomatics – To address skills shortage in Geomatics in the country – To address transformation of the profession – To increase capacity of the state in functions relating to Geomatics 8

9 Bursary Scheme 9

10 Department Bursary Scheme Count of RACE Column Labels FemaleFemale TotalMaleMale Total Grand Total Row Labels ND: CartoND: SurvBSc:GeoND: SurvBSc:Geo African3481364 41105169 2007555 20082226571218 200919111841223 20101631922123453 2011731014102434 2012 144181081836 Coloured1 123146 2008111 2010222 2011111 2012 11 112 White 55 227 2008111 2009111 2011111 2012 22 224 Indian 2351238 200822224 200911112 20121122 Grand Total45022766846114190 10

11 Continuing Students 11

12 Awarded - 2013 Race/GenderCPUTDUTMUTNWUTUTUCTUJUKZN UNIVE NUPWits Grand Total A515271931623873126 F 1414617745352 M41113 29164274 C1113 F112 M 11 I11 M 11 W2114 F 11 M1113 Total8172711941623883134 12

13 Profession Stats (Registered Persons) 2006 13

14 Profession Stats (Registered Persons) 2012 14

15 Profession Stats (Registered Persons) 15

16 Scarce Skills (Survey Officers Programme) 16

17 Scarce Skills (Survey Officers Programme) Purpose – The Survey Officer course addresses the skill levels required at the elementary levels of the profession and provides both taught and work- based training within the department. 17

18 Survey Officers Programme Year intakeout come 200865 intake64 passed, 1 failed 201065 intake 58 passed, 7 resigned before completion. 201265 intake pilot for accreditation 58 of the students that completed the programme went to tertiary institution to study diploma or degree in Geomatics. 18

19 Accreditation Process For accreditation to be awarded: – CETA needs to conduct site visits – Monitor training and evaluation on three components of learning namely knowledge unit standard, practical unit standard and work experience unit standard – Once CETA is satisfied, full accreditation status will be awarded 19

20 Milestones Terms of reference formulated. Appointment of service provider - Logtra Solutions. Project KickOff - 8 September 2011. Application for Qualification Registration with QCTO - 12 September 2011. Submission of assessor registration - 30 September 2011. Scoping meeting - 11 October 2011. Qualification Development meeting - 24 to 25 October 2011. Consolidation meeting - 25 November 2011. Submission of Qualification to QCTO - 5 December 2011. Submission of Accreditation Application to CETA - 5 December 2011. 20

21 I Thank You


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