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1 Presentation to Select Committee on Labour and Public Enterprises 7 September 2011

2 Agenda 1 Provincial Landscape Turnaround Strategy Universal Access Provincial input Digital Migration

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4 1.Programming 2.Platform Management 3.News and Current Affairs 4.Governance 5.Human Capital Services 6.Financial Management 7.Stakeholder Relations and Provinces SABC Corporate Pillars 4 The Board has adopted a set of Corporate Pillars that informs the SABC’s Strategic Focus areas and operational plans

5 Agenda 1 Provincial Landscape Turnaround Strategy Universal Access Provincial Input Digital Migration

6 Putting broadcasting and broadcasters back in the forefront of what the organisation is about and editorial integrity back into the platforms and programmes of the SABC in particular News. Building brands that reflect excellence and the South African identity in every way Building a digital SABC and integrating the digital future into all plans and actions Having an operating model that is simple and easily understood, supported by an organisational design that assigns accountability directly to those charged with execution of the Enterprise plans and good governance Building an organisation that is economical, efficient and effective Focusing on the performance of the Enterprise at every level and holding individuals accountable for delivery Managing and reporting on strategy development and implementation, operational performance and risk management SABC’s Strategic Intent 6 The organisation through its turnaround and operational plans has identified seven key drives of value which form its strategic intent as it enters into its medium term planning.

7 Pillars of the Turnaround Strategy Leadership & Governance Ensuring effective leadership that ensures that there is governance in the organisation Financial Management Provide improved cash flows through; balance sheet restructuring, strict profit & loss control and tight working capital management, Ensure enhanced management reporting that can provide business units with information that is both accurate and relevant Enhanced operational efficiency Reorganisation & people alignment Creating a more efficient, effective and economical enterprise, through: o Review of IT systems to ensure alignment with business needs o Embedding a performance management culture linked to reward o Ensure human capital alignment into the digital future Business Optimisation Focusing on the core business of the SABC, broadcasting, and the improvement thereon To highlight, develop and implement specific interventions that will effectively position the SABC for its digital future. Restoring credibility and brand equity A Enterprise stakeholder management to more effectively manage all stakeholders Restoration of the SABC brand and reputation of the SABC Creating public value and thereby delivering on public service broadcasting

8 Agenda SMF Update March 2011

9 85% of South Africans have access whilst 15% have no access to signal distribution we thus request the Select Committee on Labour and Public Enterprises to assist the SABC in its quest to respond to the challenge. Provinces in partnership with Sentech continuously identify communities without access. The SABC has so far identified over 250 sites and areas through field trips earmarked for low power transmitter rollout – 100 sites per annum from March 2012 to March The impact will be 1.5 million people which is 3 % of the population outside coverage areas will have access. Latest to be switched on Friday 9, September 2011 is Sannieshof in NW. Universal Access 9 Putting Broadcasting and Broadcasters back in the forefront of what the organization is about and editorial integrity back into the platforms and programmes of the SABC

10 Excel Doc Copy of Aug2011_Ver04_Low_Power_TX_List 101 (2).xls Universal Access 10 Putting Broadcasting and Broadcasters back in the forefront of what the organization is about and editorial integrity back into the platforms and programmes of the SABC

11 On the whole the SABC Provinces has met the target of 2% of people living with disabilities. On our platforms we offer dedicated programmes by people living with disabilities – SA FM, Radio 2000, Ligwalagwala FM Phalaphala FM and Thobela FM. Accessibility to our buildings is disability friendly, however more still need to be done. DTT will offer us the ability to offer improved subtitling capability. DTT will potentially provide Audio descriptions capability and close signing. People living with Disabilities 11 SABC’s Approach to People living with Disabilities

12 Agenda 1 Provincial Landscape Turnaround Strategy Universal Access Provincial Input Digital Migration

13 PROVINCE EASTERN CAPE

14 The sitting of Eastern Cape Provincial Government is in Bhisho under the stewardship of Premier Noxolo Kiviet. The Eastern Cape covers approximately sqm, and is the second largest Province in the Republic of South Africa. According to the community survey, conducted by statistics SA, the total population of the Eastern Cape is 6, SABC Provincial Office is based in Port Elizabeth in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan. The Province is the home of two PBS Radio Stations, one national Umhlobo Wenene and Tru-fm which is regional. The radio stations are based in Port Elizabeth and Bhisho respectively. Umhlobo Wenene is the second largest PBS radio station in the country and Tru-fm is based in Bhisho, the seat of the Provincial legislature. Provincial Input 14 Eastern Cape Province – Mr. Zola Yeye

15 The Bhisho office provides programming and current affairs as well as an office in the Legislature which services the provincial government. Racial composition of Eastern Cape Africans Whites Coloreds Indian/Asian Main Economic Sectors: Automotive industry, Manufacturing, Agriculture & Forestry, Commercial & Transport Services, Food Processing, Mohair & Wool Textile &Clothing. Provincial Input 15 Eastern Cape Province – Mr. Zola Yeye

16 Political Landscape: Home to both former Presidents, and some of the country’s most powerful political figures such O.R. Tambo, Walter Sisulu, Raymond Mhlaba, Nelson Mandela, Govan and Thabo Mbeki, Steve Biko, Robert Sobukwe, Chris Hani and many others. The Province has been a symbol of resistance to minority rule. SABC Services available – Radio – TV Size of employees – Staff compliment of 177 permanent – 17 interns – 103 Independent contractors – Total = 297 Provincial Input 16 Eastern Cape Province – Mr. Zola Yeye

17 PROVINCE FREE STATE & NORTHERN CAPE

18 Provincial Input 18 Free State and Northern Cape Province – Mr. Thabang Tsoenyane The PGM is responsible for two Provinces: Free State Northern Cape FS is in the center of SA and NC is more to the north Geographic Size FS: km2 NC: km2 Population Size FS: 2,9 mil NC: 1.1 mil

19 An analysis of the economic situation & indicators reflects opportunities for potential growth in the following sectors & opportunities for SABC to grow business: Agriculture (FS & NC) Fishing & Mari-culture (NC) Mining and Mineral processing (FS & NC) Manufacturing and Tourism (FS & NC) Petro chemical down streaming (FS) Bio-Fuels (FS) Wine exports (NC) Provincial Input 19 Free State and Northern Cape Province – Mr. Thabang Tsoenyane

20 SABC Services available – Radio – TV Size of employees – Staff compliment of permanent 133 – interns 9 – Independent contractors 21 – Total = 163 Provincial Input 20 Free State and Northern Cape Province – Mr. Thabang Tsoenyane

21 PROVINCE WESTERN CAPE

22 Provincial Input 22 Western Cape Province – Ms. Shouneez Moosajee The SABC WC comprises of NEWS, Sales & Marketing, Technology (RBF & TVOB), GHFM, SAFM, RSG, Umhlobo Wenene, Support Services, Finance, HR, Communications and Parliamentary Liaison Our offices are situated in Sea Point, Montague Gardens, George and Parliament. Our potential listenership/viewership is 3.33 million people (AMPS 15+) Cape contributes to 20% of the SABC revenue and that equates to R 750m p.a. Advertisers have restored faith in the SABC. We are the biggest News contributor outside of Johannesburg across Radio and television

23 GHFM has a current listenership of (p7d) RSG, SAFM, Radio 2000 and Umhlobo Wenene has a strong presence in the province and a number of programmes are presented in our studios Our Technology departments provides support to all the Radio and Television platforms, SABC News and Sport, and are in the process of digitising the studios. The TVOB have 200 to 300 productions per year. They have also broadcast from unique venues such as Table Mountain, Robben Island. The uniqueness of the province has resulted in the province being host to many national and international events. Provincial Input 23 Western Cape Province – Ms. Shouneez Moosajee

24 SABC Services available – Radio – TV Size of employees – Staff compliment of permanent 170 – interns 13 – Independent contractors 107 Total = 290 Provincial Input 24 Western Cape Province – Ms. Shouneez Moosajee

25 PROVINCE MPUMALANGA

26 Mpumalanga the place of the rising sun, is located adjacent to South Africa’s economic heartland, Gauteng and also shares borders with Swaziland, Mozambique, and the provinces of Kwa Zulu Natal and Limpopo. The Maputo Development Corridor, linking the province with Gauteng and Maputo is the first international toll road in Africa this international initiative emphasizes Mpumalanga’s excellent location as a logistics and transport hub. Future growth aspects identified by the provinces leaders are: – The establishment of a university – The establishment of a academic hospital More than 80% of South Africa's coal is sourced in Mpumalanga with the town of Witbank being the center of the industry. The internationally acclaimed, Kruger National Park is home to the Big Five The Capital city of Mpumalanga is Mbombela. Provincial Input 26 Mpumalanga Province – Ms. Sully Motsweni

27 SABC Mpumalanga is the home of Ligwalagwala FM, which is the second smallest province in the country. Total surface area, km², Population density 37.8 km² slightly higher than the country’s 36.1 km² (Gauteng 385km² ). Only 39.1% lives in urban, 60.9% non-urban. Unemployment at 26.9%, Literacy rate 79%. Forestry & agriculture 15% of SA’s output. Generate 75% of SA’s electricity & 84% coal Languages – Isiswati – Afrikaans – IsiNdebele – Northern Sotho – Tsonga Provincial Input 27 Mpumalanga Province – Ms. Sully Motsweni

28 Provincial Input 28 Mpumalanga Province – Ms. Sully Motsweni SABC Services available Radio TV Size of employees Staff compliment of permanent 80 interns 4 Independent contractors 87 Total = 171

29 PROVINCE GAUTENG

30 Provincial Input 30 Gauteng Province – Ms. Mmabatho Ramagoshi The Capital of Gauteng is Johannesburg The people of Gauteng have the highest per capita income level in the country. Gauteng is the financial capital of Africa: more than 70 foreign banks have their head offices in the province, The province has the most important educational and health centers in the country:- Pretoria boasts the largest residential university in South Africa, the University of Pretoria, and what is believed to be the largest correspondence university in the world, the University of South Africa, or Unisa. The JSE in Johannesburg is among the top 20 stock exchanges in the world by market capitalization. The Provincial Office is located in the City of Tshwane

31 Total Population – 11.2 Million Population Groups – Black 75.2% – White 18.4% – Indian/ Asian 2.7% Official Languages – Zulu 21% – Afrikaans 14% – English 12% – Sotho 13 % – Northern Sotho 11.2 % Provincial Input 31 Gauteng Province – Ms. Mmabatho Ramagoshi The Provincial office is the home of Ikwekwezi FM, the Ndebele radio station which has a footprint in Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and North West.

32 SABC Services available – Radio – TV Size of employees – Staff compliment of permanent 95 – interns 7 – Independent contractors 47 Total = 147 Provincial Input 32 Gauteng Province – Ms. Mmabatho Ramagoshi

33 PROVINCE NORTH WEST

34 North West is a province of South Africa located to the west of major population center of Gauteng and it’s capital is Mahikeng. The mainstay of the economy of North West is mining which generates more than half of the province’s gross domestic product and provides jobs for a quarter of it’s workforce. The chief minerals mined in the province are as follows: MineralPlace – Gold Orkney and Klerksdorp – UraniumKlerksdorp – PlatinumRustenburg and Brits – DiamondsLitchtenburg, Christiana and Bloemhof Agriculture is one of the economic spinoffs in North West province. Tourism is a key economic driver in the Province with Sun City as the draw card Provincial Input 34 North West Province – Mr. Tlotlo Seru

35 Population – Total3,271,948 Population groups – Black African90.8% – White7.2% – Coloured1.6% – Indian/Asian0.4% Languages – Tswana64.8% – Afrikaans9.2% – Xhosa7.2% – Sotho6.8% – Tsonga3.4% Provincial Input 35 North West Province – Mr. Tlotlo Seru North West is a province of South Africa located to the west of major population center of Gauteng and it’s capital is Mahikeng. SABC North West is situated in Mahikeng, capital city of the North West province.

36 SABC Services available – Radio – TV Size of employees – Staff compliment of permanent 92 – Interns 14 – Independent contractors 62 Total = 178 Provincial Input 36 North West Province – Mr. Tlotlo Seru

37 PROVINCE KWA – ZULU NATAL

38 Provincial Input 38 Kwa Zulu - Natal Province – Ms. Zamambo Mkhize Our Province boasts of Sun, Sea & Sand whilst hosting 2 gigantic Radio stations - Lotus and Ukhozi at the Durban office. It is home to approximately 10.2 million people with a rich cultural mix; whilst, English and Zulu are widely spoken languages The SABC Provincial office enhances Public value to those who walk in for various services or to partake in our activities KZN boasts a number of excellent tertiary institutions and university colleges offering a range of careers in both academic and practical orientation: technical, the arts, business catering, tourism and relevant degrees from the universities

39 The economic prosperity of the region is largely influenced by the busiest ports in Africa, based in Durban and Richards Bay, handling 58% of all shipment of goods and materials to other provinces and the rest of SADC. The recently established King Shaka International/ Dube Trade Port has seen unprecedented passenger figures and is expected to attract industries such as automotive components, electronics, clothing and textiles, perishables and value added logistics --- which would inject much needed economic prosperity in the province. Provincial Input 39 Kwa Zulu - Natal Province – Ms. Zamambo Mkhize

40 SABC Services available – Radio – TV Size of employees – Staff compliment of permanent 158 – interns 15 – Independent contractors 55 Total = 228 Provincial Input 40 Kwa Zulu - Natal Province – Ms. Zamambo Mkhize

41 PROVINCE LIMPOPO

42 Provincial Input 42 Limpopo Province – Mr. Victor Ravhuanzwo Access to education has not in all areas translated into quality education In many villages, the celebration of water piping has not translated into actual conveyance of this precious resource Even during years of high economic growth, we barely dented the rate of unemployment Three quarters (75%) of the unemployed are young people, with major macro- social implications for the nation as a whole The most invasive and terrorizing of crimes such as violent robberies in the streets, homes and business premises are not being reduced. Teenage pregnancy delays learning activities thus affecting growth and development strategy of Limpopo province and the country

43 Provincial Input 43 Limpopo Province – Mr. Victor Ravhuanzwo Mining opportunities: Coal mining and Petrochemical cluster on the East-West Corridor Platinum Mining and Mineral conversion on the Dilokong Corridor.. Fruits and Vegetable (horticulture) cluster on the Phalaborwa and Trans- Limpopo Corridor. Logistics cluster, Polokwane International Airport and SADC supply chain on the Trans-Limpopo Corridor. Forestry cluster on the Phalaborwa and Trans-Limpopo Corridor. Eight tourism sub-clusters at a number of high- potential destinations on every corridor. Red and White meat cluster on all the corridors

44 Provincial Input 44 Limpopo Province – Mr. Victor Ravhuanzwo Northern Sotho speaking people constitute 57%, XiTsonga speaking people constitute 23% and Tshivenda speakers constitute 12% SABC Services available Radio TV Size of employees Staff compliment of permanent 200 Interns 15 Independent contractors 65 Total = 280

45 Agenda 1 Provincial Landscape Turnaround Strategy Universal Access Provincial Input Digital Migration

46 The SABC’s move to DTT is driven by the following: A government mandated process for all analogue terrestrial broadcasters to migrate to DTT and for the resulting migration from analogue to digital to be completed by December 2013 The SABC needs to remain competitive (for audience and revenue) in a multi-channel, multi- platform, digital environment The SABC’s content strategy to leverage the content and rights acquired more effectively by being able to distribute this content across multiple channels The SABC’s strategy to increase its focus on public service delivery which requires the rollout of more services and the use of new technologies to enable better language delivery, for example. The SABC’s intention to position itself as a leader in digital broadcasting in Africa and as an innovative public broadcaster. The commercial launch of the DTT platform is a key project for the SABC - not only will it provide consumers with a greater and more enhanced service from the SABC it will also require the SABC to think and behave as a digital broadcaster in a multi-platform, multi- channel environment. Digital Migration 46 to ensure a successful commercial launch of the DTT platform it will be critical for the SABC –as the national public broadcaster - to embrace and lead on the transition to digital in order to ensure its continued success and viability going forward

47 The SABC will make all SABC radio services available on the DTT platform as well as ancillary and interactive services. Ancillary services include the ability to do multiple subtitles and multiple audio, as well as audio description. Interactive applications include information services, children’s and educational games and weather services. The inclusion of these services will not only drive platform value, but can be used to deliver public services in areas such as language delivery, education, and news, and, over a period develop revenue and job opportunities through new inventory and innovative commercial offerings such as interactive advertising In order to make the migration to DTT, the SABC will be investing in an upgrade of its broadcast facilities, including the upgrade of the analogue Final Control Centres (FCC) and the development of a new multi-channel playout facility. Lastly, the move to digital enables the SABC to improve TV license collection (or offset collection costs) by using STB Control technology to enhance collection. Should TV Licenses not be a source of funding for the SABC in the future, DTT will offer the impetus for public funding as it will enable an increased delivery of the SABC public service mandate Digital Migration 47 to ensure a successful commercial launch of the DTT platform it will be critical for the SABC –as the national public broadcaster - to embrace and lead on the transition to digital in order to ensure its continued success and viability going forward

48 Excel Doc Copy of Outstanding Provincial Government (3).xlsx TV LICENSES 48 Outstanding TV License Revenue

49 as Provinces our approach is it ensure that we offer an extension of the SABC services to the provinces. 1/3 of SABC business resides in the Provinces, around 82% of the SABC audiences are found outside Gauteng and 32% of SABC’s revenue is derived from the Provinces. Out of the 18 Radio Stations, only 5 are based in Auckland Park. SABC News is the only source of news and information– and in many others the only media in the community’s home languages, 83% of News content. The Public Broadcaster therefore plays an important and a special role in people’s lives especially in rural communities. Conclusion 49

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