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1 PREMIER DAVID MAKHURA 03 DECEMBER 2014 TRANSFORMATION, MODERNISATION AND REINDUSTRIALISATION OF THE GAUTENG CITY-REGION:PREMIER DAVID MAKHURA 03 DECEMBER 2014
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION UNDERSTANDING THE GAUTENG CITY REGION ECONOMIC OUTLOOK OF THE GAUTENG CITY REGIONPERFROMANCE OF THE GCR ECONOMYEDUCATION IN THE GCRGOVERNANCE AND STRUCTURES OF THE GCRGCR TEN PILLARS AND THE TMRFUNDING THE GAME CHANGERSGAME CHANGERSCONCLUSION
3 INTRODUCTIONI would like to thank all of you for making time to join our Dialogue with Industry Leaders, as part of the stakeholder engagement sessions we have been having with different sectors over the past six months. In particular, I would like to convey my deepest appreciation to Mr Andile Nqaba of Dimension Data for agreeing to host us.Over the past 196 Days since the start of the Fifth Administration, Gauteng Provincial Government has been hard at work in addressing all matters critical to the people and the economy of our province. We have met with different stakeholders to discuss how best we can unlock the potential of all sectors of our provincial economy to the benefit of all sectors of our population. We are here to share our vision, solicit your views and enlist your support.
4 INTRODUCTIONDuring my Inaugural State of the Province Address on 27th June 2014 in Thokoza, I made a firm commitment to do certain things within the first 200 Days. I made a commitment to consult extensively in order to build consensus on our Ten-Pillar Programme for Transformation, Modernisation and Re-industrialisation (TMR) of Gauteng.We have already convened seminars, summits and conferences and appointed panels to deal with various issues of concern to the people of Gauteng – the revitalisation of the township economy, corruption, crime, social cohesion, unlocking private sector investment in infrastructure, improving service delivery and turning around the performance of the state institutions. Today’s Dialogue focuses on the Economy of the Gauteng City-Region!
5 UNDERSTANDING THE GAUTENG CITY REGION: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OUR VISION:A Globally Competetitive City-Region and Leading Economy in Africa. A seamlessly integrated governance, social cohesion, economic inclusion, knowledge and innovation as key drivers of smart and sustainable industrial development
7 UNDERSTANDING THE GAUTENG CITY-REGION Gauteng has evolved into an industrial hub and financial nerve centre and technological heartbeat of our country, owing to the impact of the mining revolution on SA’s path to industrialisation, de-industrialisation and re-industrialisation.For over a century, we have been the economic hub of our country and a leading industrial hub of our continent. Today our province contributes more than 35% to our country’s GDP and more than 10% to Africa’s GDP.The development of what became Gauteng province in 1994 bears unique industrial and economic features – an urban conurbation and clustering of cities and towns that contribute more 42% of SA’s industrial output.
8 UNDERSTANDING THE GAUTENG CITY-REGION The economic footprints of the Gauteng City-Region go beyond current administrative boundaries to constitute an integrated cluster of cities, towns and urban nodes that together make up the economic and industrial heartland of South Africa and SADC region. The cluster of cities and towns that make up the GCR are:City of Joburg: the Core – evolved from mining into Financial Hub of the City Region.Ekurhuleni Metro: the Manufacturing, Logistics and Transport Hub whose industrial footprints extends to Witbank and Secunda. Seen significant de-industralisation. New economy – an Aerotropolis SEZ/IDZ (economy based on airport and logistics.City of Tshwane: Administrative Capital has become a key driver of knowledge, innovation and automotive industry development – link to Rustenburg and Waterberg (new giants linked to platinum and coal mining).West Rand District: was a powerful mining region extending to Klerksdorp and Potchefstroom that has undergone significant de-industrialisation due to the decline of the mining industry. New economy - agribusiness/agroprocessing and green and blue economy will be the future. Consolidation of municipalities into a single metro.Sedibeng District Municipality: steel industry and associated manufacturing and energy drove the economy. De-industrialisation due to decline of steel. New economy to be anchored on steel, Vaal river, tourism, agriculture linked to Sasolburg.
9 UNDERSTANDING THE GAUTENG CITY-REGION A GCR requires a very dynamic governance model and responsive political leadership that must promote creativity, innovation and future- focus instead of bureaucracy and power play. There are a number of imperatives and principles that must govern the operations of the City Region so that it is a preferred destination for investment, business growth and economic development.Our strategy is to create more consolidated capable municipalities that are built around building Gauteng into a globally competitive city-region. Every city and district has been zoned for specific type of industrial development and infrastructure investment, in line with its comparative advantage and the imperatives of its new economy.Although there is provincial government and municipalities as separate spheres of government, urban dynamic, geographic size and economic integration of our cities dictate that we run Gauteng as a single entity and seamlessly integrated government. We have, therefore, set up strong GCR governance and coordinating institutions - Premier/Mayors Coordinating Forum, Gauteng Infrastructure Coordination Commission, Transport Commission, GCR Academy, GCR Observatory, e-Governance Steering Committee and GRC Sectoral Forums to be launched. These imperatives dictate a metropolitan system of local government across the entire province. Too many layers of governance will kill GCR economy.
10 COST OF DOING BUSINESS IN THE GCR In ensuring that we improve the ease and reduce the cost of doing business in the GCR, we will address the following;Administrative inefficienciesImprove transport and logistics infrastructureSkills developmentAddress issues of crimeAddress the cost of inputs such as electricity and utilities through developing an energy mix intervention and broadband connectivity
13 VISION OF THE GAUTENG CITY REGION OUR VISION IS TO ENSURE THAT:“Gauteng becomes a seamlessly integrated city-region;the leading economy in the continent – positioning ourselves to compete with West and East Africa for growth, the Middle East for investment. Cost of Doing Business, Infrastructure and Governance being key areas of focus.a growing economy underpinned by social cohesion and economic inclusion. We can’t grow the GCR on the old structure of SA’s and Gauteng’s economy. Radical change required. Black participation critical. Key role for SMMEs and township enterprises crucial.Building new and future-oriented industries that are innovation- driven, knowledge-based, green, smart and sustainable industries.”Earmarking certain type of industrial development for specific regions of the GCR.Promoting and developing full capacity to unlock the potential of all the eleven sectors of our provincial economy.
14 ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS OF THE GAUTENG CITY REGION Competitive advantage of the GCR include:Having the most developed modern economic infrastructure in the continent;Being home to the head offices of the four major banks in the country and well developed financial sector;Being home to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE);Being home to the head offices of large South African and international business and conglomerates;The GCR continues to attract a range of skilled and unskilled from both internal and external migrants eager to benefit from its industries and services; Being home to the largest internal port in the continent (City Deep);Being home to the largest and busiest airport on the continent (ORTIA);Being the gateway to Africa’s economy; andThe Time Zone is aligned to the European Time Zone and the Middle East making it easy to do business during office hours with these regions, ideal for Business Process Outsourcing.
15 ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS OF THE GCR The R&D, education and training are important for any economy. Research and higher education institutional landscape of the GCR gives the province the edge:Number of public university campuses:University of Pretoria, TshwaneWits University, JoburgUniversity of JohannesburgNorth West University, SedibengUniversity of Limpopo (MEDUNSA)Number of private university campuses:Monash University of South Africa, JoburgCIDA City of Campus, JoburgNumber of universities of technology:Tshwane University of Technology, TshwaneVaal University of Technology, SedibengNumber of FET Colleges: 71 in Joburg; 2 in Ekurhuleni; 2 in Tshwane; 1 in Sedibeng; 1 in the Wets Rand District;Number of private college campuses:60 Private Colleges, registered with the National Department of Education
16 GCR CHALLENGES THAT NEED URGENT ATTENTION Economy excludes the majority of our residentsBig monopolies dominate our economy, limited role for SMMEs, township enterprises and cooperativesCrimeCorruptionBureaucracy and inefficienciesHigh rate of poverty and inequalityEnergy and water supply no longer secureLack of long term planning on infrastructureLow skills base
17 TEN PILLARS OF THE TMR: VISION AND PROGRAMME FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN YEARS
19 GCR TEN PILLARS AND THE TMR The practicalisation of the NDP: Vision 2030 in the GCR is to be done through the TMR programme based on the Ten Pillars and the Game Changing Interventions.This programme is about Transforming, Modernising and Re-industrialising the GCR.It is based on the 4 Transformations; the 4 Modernisations and the 2 pillars of Industrialisation of Africa and Reindustrialisation of the GCR respectivelyIt is also based on the Game Changers, which are anchored around the infrastructure development programmes for the next fifteen years as per the GCR Infrastructure Master Plan and the Integrated Transport Master Plan, amongst others.
20 FOUR TRANSFORMATIONSRADICAL ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION:Interventions in key sectors of the economy to unlock growth and employment potential and bring in blacks, youth and women and revitalise township economy.Our aim is to grow the Gauteng economy into a Trillion Rands and at the back of this is infrastructure development and investmentDECISIVE SPATIAL TRANSFORMATION:Through public transport and new sustainable and integrated human settlements and new cities. We have the transport plan and we are now at the stage where we are integrating all the plans that will result into a single Gauteng City Region Transport Master Plan. This will be our blue print for the next fifteen years and beyond. This will also require strong research support and critical skills in project management, engineering and project finance hence a strong partnership with the private sector remains critical.ACCELERATING SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION:Modernise the delivery of education and build smart schools; improve on the delivery of primary health care, strengthen the PHC, modernise health institutions and the rollout of NHI; tackle and address urban poverty and social development challenges; dramatically improve the safety of communities.Once more this work needs a strong research focus and in particular on urbanisation, including how do we respond to ongoing challenges or immigrations as a result of continued development? We also need scientific responses in responding to challenges of urban poverty and this an area of work that we will need GCRO to take a lead on.TRANSFORMATION OF THE STATE AND GOVERNANCE:Continue to build a developmental state with capabilities to respond to on going challenges of society, through better organisation and professionalisation; promote activist, purpose-driven and results-based government; active citizenry, sectoral engagement and community mobilisation.
21 FOUR MODERNISATIONS MODERNISATION OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE: Build green and smart public services and infrastructure to deliver services effectively and efficiently: build a connected government; vertically, horizontally, back office, intranet, government to citizens, citizens to government. Modernisation of the delivery of education which includes the building of the classroom of the future, health care and other basic services to our peopleMODERNISATION OF THE ECONOMY:Focus on economic modernisation through deployment of research, innovation science and green and blue technology. This is precisely because the economy of the Gauteng City Region is largely dominated by the tertiary sector.PLANNING OF NEW HUMAN SETTLEMENTS:Modernisation of human settlements development through green and high density settlements. The notion of new human settlement is also about breaking down the apartheid spatial plans and correcting the spatial challenges of over the past twenty years.MODERNISATION OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT:Planned urbanisation and urban development: Radically improve on better urban planning , public transport and arrest urban decay.
22 TWO INDUSTRIALISATIONS RE-INDUSTRIALISE GAUTENG AND SOUTH AFRICAIncludes a direct response to the de-industrialisation of the Gauteng economy. Hence our focus of re-industrialisation will include the revitalisation of Manufacturing; Beneficiation; BPO; This work is mainly in Ekurhuleni and this includes heavy industry and engineering, steel and we are building Ekurhuleni as a Logistic Hub.Strengthening the Automotive industry in Tshwane and cultural and economic tourism;West Rand, Green Economy; Agro-processing; revitalisation of some of the mining land and the development of related activities that can contribute to the growth of the economy;Joburg remains our financial services hub, including working towards the establishment of the BRICS regional bankSedibeng as a Metropolitan possible by 2016; also build it as a water city, ecotourism, including working on the steel industry based in this region.TAKE A LEAD IN AFRICA’S NEW INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONWe are reviewing our trade relations in the SADC region and the continent. We believe the implementation of the Game Changers of infrastructure development projects, will reposition the GCR as the leader in the industrial revolution of the continent
23 CATALYTIC INTERVENTIONS AND GAME CHANGERS FOR THE GAUTENG CITY REGION
24 CHARACTERISTICS OF GAME CHANGERS Aimed at promoting development throughout the GCRCatalytic in nature with ripple effect and have potential to take the GCR to a higher trajectory of economic growth and developmentHave a major infrastructure component in the project content.Support radical spatial, social and economic transformationBe based on multi-year inter-governmental and inter-departmental collaboration and cooperationPromote and support economic development and job creationLead to improved service delivery, entrenching of good governance, deepening of democracy and strengthening partnershipsIn the current fiscal limitations, innovative approaches to implementing the Game Changers will be explored including crowding private investment
25 ECONOMIC CLUSTER GAME CHANGERS BUILDING ECONOMIES OF THE FUTURE TODAY:Build sound foundations on which new sectors of the economy, emphasising sustainability and knowledge, can be developed, Including Beneficiation and Agro-processingGateway to Africa: Entrench and expand on Gauteng’s status as the Gateway to Africa to realise the economic opportunities offered by the continent through efforts to reduce red-tape and improve ease of doing business in the GCRLogistics Hubs, ICT Hub, Aerotropolis, Agrotropolis;New logistics hubs and new cities;REVITILISATION OF THE TOWNSHIP ECONOMY: R1 billion over the next 5 yearsRe-industrialising Gauteng: re-build the manufacturing sector in Gauteng, increasing manufacturing output and increasing employment in manufacturing and related up and downstream sectors.Build a Digital city region: This includes Broadband infrastructure ROLLOUT to promote economic efficiency, increase economic diversity, support good governance, improve productivity, and enhance sustainability.INVESTING IN INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT: R32 billion and R60 billion over the next three years:Improving PUBLIC TRANSPORT.Developing a HEALTHY ENERGY MIX as a direct response to the challenges in the electricity grid. Huge investment in alternative energy.Adopting a plan to deal with WATER AND SANITATION infrastructure.Rollout of BROADBAND.
26 SOCIAL CLUSTER GAME CHANGERS NEW SUSTAINABLE HUMAN SETTLEMENTS AND CITIES:Building new post-apartheid, integrated & sustainable human settlements and citiesTransform the current dislocated urban spatial patterns thus supporting greater economic efficiency, increasing access to socio-economic opportunities.New cities in the Vaal and West Rand.QUALITY HEALTH CARE:To ensure the effective roll-out of the National Health Insurance programme and reengineering Primary Health Care throughout the GCR.MODERNISE EDUCATIONBuilding Smart Schools and Classroom of the futureBUILDING SAFER COMMUNITIES:Build a strong movement against crime, through the strengthening of civilian oversightLIBERATION AND STRUGGLE HERITAGE:To develop build monuments/infrastructure projects which promote social cohesion and inclusion as well as enable economic spin-offs.FOOD SECURITY:To assure equitable, affordable access to quality food, including the transformation of the food industry and addressing challenges of urban povertyWE ARE INVESTING R200 BILLION IN HUMAN SETTLEMENTS, EDUCATION AND HEALTH OVER THE NEXT FIVE YEARS!
27 GOVERNANCE GAME CHANGERS BUILDING AN ACTIVIST, RESPONSIVE AND CLEAN GOVERNMENT:Launched the Service Delivery War Room to improve responsiveness, setting the Integrity Management Office to strengthen the fight against corruption.Improve interaction, communication and engagements with communities and sectors of society on key decisions.SUSTAINABLE GAUTENG:Minimise Gauteng’s ecological and environmental footprint while sustainably maximising the socio-economic benefits. Invest in green and blue technology.INCLUSIVE AND BALANCED COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT:To promote inclusive and balanced development across Gauteng, by assisting regions and communities that are less developed and underdeveloped West Rand and Sedibeng.
28 FUNDING THE GAME CHANGERS The tight fiscal condition that the country and the GCR finds itself requires innovative approaches to raise funds for the implementation of the TMR, the Ten Pillar Programme and the Game ChangersWe have established the Gauteng Infrastructure Funding Agency to mobilise funding for our catalytic and game changing projects to build a new Gauteng.A study conducted by the Gauteng Infrastructure Fund on bankable projects identified the following:The need for innovative partnerships with the private sector and developmental agenciesPublic sector finance crowdingThe need for improved joint planning, budgeting and infrastructure delivery across the three spheres to eliminate duplication of efforts, resources and improve efficiency in the public sectorThe need to improve project and contract management capacity and skills in the built environmentThe need for more collaboration and skills sharing across the GCR, academic institutions and the private sector
29 CONCLUSIONOver the next 5 years, we would like to unleash the full energies of all our businesspeople and unlock the full potential of all 11 sectors of our provincial economy. We have been consulting with every sector and we want to hear from you today.Next week, we have our end of year cabinet lekgotla to finalise all our plans and budgets to ensure that we move with speed in 2015; we have no time to waste.In January, February and March 2015, we shall host a number of conferences to launch our projects. An Infrastructure Investment Conference, Africa Investment Conference and meeting with the CEOs of the Top 50 JSE-listed companies.We will also undertake overseas trips to promote our province as the best investment destination and raise funds for our game changing projects.We will also launch the Gauteng Business Platform and appoint the Economic Advisory Panel to advise us on the economy over 5 years.
30 TOGETHER, MOVING GAUTENG CITY REGION FORWARD! Thank You!