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1 SRSA “AN ACTIVE AND WINNING NATION” 2005: YEAR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT

2 SRSA SRSA /06 BUDGET PRESENTATION 15 MARCH 2005

3 SRSA SRSA: Vision and Mission VISION –“An active and winning nation” MISSION –To actualise government’s objectives by creating an environment conducive to maximising the access to participation in sport and recreation by all South Africans and to enhance the medal-winning potential of the country’s athletes in international sporting competitions

4 SRSA C/DIR PROGRAMMES DIR: CLIENT SUPP SERV DIR: MASS PART DIR: LIAIS INFO SERV C/DIR CORP SERVICES CFO COO DG MINISTRY

5 SRSA GROWTH IN BUDGET OF SRSA R’ / / / / / / /

6 SRSA OPTIONS MOTIVATED IN MTEF Hosting of the 2010 FIFA soccer world cup finals School sport Extension of the mass participation Programme Incorporation of the SASC

7 SRSA MTEF Allocation 2005/06 Baseline Changes to baseline TOTAL R R R

8 SRSA SRSA CHANGES TO 2005/2006 BASELINE R’000 Policy option SRSAMTEC 2010 Soccer World Cup Deputy Minister School Sport Mass Participation Inc. of certain functions of the SASC into SRSA Total

9 SRSA SRSA BUDGET PER PROGRAMME OVER MTEF Programme2005/062006/072007/08 R’000R’000R’ TOTAL

10 SRSA SRSA Budget per Programme over MTEF

11 SRSA SRSA 2005/06 BUDGET % OF BUDGET PER PROGRAM 1- Administration 2- Client Support Services 3- Mass Participation 4- Liaison and Information services TOTAL R 54,190M 26,6% R 80,059M 39,3% R 50,271M 24,7% R 19,108M 9,4% R203,628M 100,0%

12 SRSA SRSA 2005/06 BUDGET PER PROGRAMME 1 – R R R R R

13 SRSA SRSA 2005/06 Budget Compensation Goods and Services Transfer Payments TOTAL R 30,658M 15,1% R 86,938M 42,7% R 86,032M 42,2% R 203,628M 100,0%

14 SRSA SRSA BUDGET 2005/ Compensation 2 - Goods and Services 3 - Transfer payments

15 SRSA 2005/2006 TRANSFER PAYMENTS (EXCLUDING THETA AND RCSL) Agencies2004/2005 R’ /2006 R’000 1SASC SAIDS NAT. FEDS BSA LOCAL AUTH LOVELIFE PROVINCES TOTAL

16 SRSA CHIEF DIRECTORATE PROGRAMMES DIRECTORATE: CLIENT SUPPORT SERVICES DIRECTORATE: MASS PARTICIPATION DIRECTORATE: LIAISON & INFORMATION SEBRVICES

17 SRSA Support recognised macro-bodies, national federations and other sport and recreation service providers through departmental subsidies and services, to support broad-based participation and the development of talent to move into competitive high performance sport DIRECTORATE: CLIENT SUPPORT SERVICES

18 SRSA Contribute towards a physically active nation by co-ordinating mass participation programmes in conjunction with the provinces, local authorities, national federations and other service providers. DIRECTORATE: MASS PARTICIPATION

19 SRSA Create an environment conducive to the development of sport and recreation in South Africa through enhancing mutually beneficial inter- and intra-governmental relations, coordinating research, developing appropriate policies and providing support for the hosting of major events DIRECTORATE: LIAISON & INFORMATION SEBRVICES

20 SRSA CONSIDERATIONS FOR 2005/06 TRANSFER PAYENTS Revised membership and club statistics Performance at High Performance Level (Medals) Transformation

21 SRSA MORE PEOPLE PRIORITY I & II AthleticsR NetballR Basketball R Boxing R FootballR RugbyR Cricket R GymnasticsR BaseballR

22 SRSA MORE PEOPLE PRIORITY III & IV GolfR HockeyR SoftballR SquashR Table TennisR TennisR VolleyballR Dance SportR ChessR SwimmingR

23 SRSA MORE MEDALS PRIORITY I (GOLD GROUP) AthleticsR1.5m SwimmingR1.0m

24 SRSA MORE MEDALS PRIORITIES II & III (SILVER & BRONZE GROUPS) BoxingR Dance SportR RowingR BowlsR KarateR

25 SRSA PERSONNEL ASSISTANCE TennisR AthleticsR NetballR BasketballR BaseballR HandballR VolleyballR BoxingR HockeyR

26 SRSA PERSONNEL ASSISTANCE Table Tennis R Squash R Softball R Gymnastics R Swimming R Dance Sport R

27 SRSA PERSONNEL ASSISTANCE CyclingR SurfingR CanoeingR BadmintonR ChessR JudoR KarateR LifesavingR60 000

28 SRSA ADMIN GRANT: R Athletics Badminton Basketball Baseball Boxing Bowls Canoeing Chess Cycling Dance Sport Equestrian Gymnastics Handball Judo Karate Lifesaving Netball Rowing Rollerskating Sailing Softball Shooting Squash Surfing

29 SRSA ADMIN GRANT: R Taekwondo T Tennis Tennis Triathlon Volleyball Weightlifting Wrestling Hockey Swimming

30 SRSA ADMIN GRANT: R Pool Indoor Cricket Snooker & Bill Aerob & Fitn Waterski Korfball Powerboating Darts Cast & Surfcast Powerlifting Motorsport Waveski Figure Skating Jukskei Master Sport Modern Pentath Ice Hockey Ski & Snowboard Orienteering Tug-of-War Fencing

31 SRSA DEVELOPMENT GRANT R Badminton Bowls (X2) Canoeing Cycling (X2) Equestrian Judo Karate (X2) Lifesaving Roller Skating Rowing (X2) Shooting Sailing Surfing (X2) Taekwondo Triathlon Weightlifting (X2) Wrestling

32 SRSA INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION R Basketball Baseball Handball Volleyball Table Tennis Squash Hockey (R ) Softball Gymnastics (R ) Tennis Cycling Surfing Netball (R250 00)

33 SRSA INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION R Badminton Chess Judo Lifesaving Roller Skating Taekwondo Shooting Weightlifting Wrestling Equestrian Canoeing Sailing Triathlon

34 SRSA HOSTING INTERNATIONAL EVENTS »R2.644M

35 SRSA TRANSFORMATION R3.0M

36 SRSA MACRO STRUCTURES R10.2M SASCOC –NOCSA –SACGA (Melbourne CG) –DISSA –SASSU (World Student Games) –USSASA

37 SRSA OTHER School SportR15.0m National AcademyR14.2m Lovelife GamesR15.0m Sports TrustR 1.5m ScoreR0.5m

38 SRSA THANK YOU


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