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SRSA PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE 20 March 2007 “AN ACTIVE AND WINNING NATION”
SRSA PC 20 MARCH 2007 STRATEGIC PLAN PRESENTATION 20 MARCH 2007
SRSA PRE-AMBLE Sport, which incorporates recreation,is a pervasive institution worldwide. Sport and recreation can be used as a medium to achieve specific outcomes that can either be positive or negative. There is substantial disparities between advantaged and disadvantaged communities in terms of access to sport in South Africa, a persistent feature that is acknowledged in the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) as “one of the worst legacies of apartheid”. The Government of South Africa has set specific goals for itself, the actualisation of which sport and recreation must contribute to. Government pursues an integrated approach to planning and delivery. SRSA has been included in three (3) clusters namely the Social Sector Cluster (the core cluster of SRSA), the International Relations Cluster and the Governance and Administration Cluster each with its own specific objectives and priorities, but has interest in the priorities of all clusters. Sport & Recreation SA (SRSA) recognising that
SRSA PRE-AMBLE Two statutory bodies have been established to assist SRSA with the delivery of sport & recreation. The existence of several other stakeholders in the NGO sector e.g. SASCOC, NFs and other NGO’s. That SA is part of the African continent and enjoys membership of the SCSA, the technical wing for sport of the AU and the SCSA Zone VI. The supremacy of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa and the Public Finance Act (PFMA) in determining the operations of SRSA. That sport is a provincial and local competency in accordance with Schedule 5 Constitution Act. Therefore sets out to achieve the mission, vision and objectives described in the (revised) White Paper on Sport and Recreation in pursuit of actualising Government’s objective of ensuring a better life for all South Africans. Sport & Recreation SA (SRSA) recognising that
SRSA WHAT DRIVES US AT SRSA? Priorities identified by the President in his State of the Nation Address. Priorities identified by the government clusters. Policy directives of the Cabinet, Parliament, the Minister of Sport and Recreation, the Portfolio Committee on Sport and Recreation and the Standing Committee on Education and Recreation.
SRSA Priorities identified by the President 1.Improve the health profile of the Nation 2.Improve social cohesion 3.Address issues pertaining to national unity, value systems and identity 4.Promote a common sense of belonging 5.Eradicate poverty 6.Ensure that the 2010 FIFA World Cup is the best ever. 7.Youth development 8.Skills development 9.Intensify the campaign against HIV & Aids 10.Intensify the struggle against crime
SRSA Priorities identified by the President 11.Increase spending on scientific research and development 12.Train public servants 13.Improve the effectiveness of anti-corruption strategies 14.Strengthen monitoring and evaluation capacity 15.Align planning instruments across the spheres of government (that is, the National Spatial Development Perspective, Provincial Growth and Development Strategies and Integrated Development Plans) 16.Support the Accelerated and Shared Growth Initiative (AsgiSA) 17.Speed up the implementation of the NEPAD programmes 18.Joint Initiative on Skills Acquisition (JIPSA) 19.Roll-out the Batho Pele campaign at local government level, intensify outreach activities including izimbizo and set up more Multi-Purpose Community Centres 20.Implement programmes to ensure broad-based black economic empowerment
SRSA PRIORITIES OF THE GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION CLUSTER ANTI-CORRUPTION –Implementation of anti-corruption initiatives GENDER & DISABILITY PROGRAMME –Implementation of the Gender & Equality Strategy –Implementation of the Job-access Strategy for the employment of disabled people in the public service BATHO PELE –Implementation of the Batho Pele programmes –Implementation of SDIPs –Implementation of the compulsory induction & orientation programme PUBLIC PARTICIPATION –Presidential Izimbizo & Imbizo Focus Week SKILLS ASSESSMENT –Implementation of the public service skills database –Implementation of competency assessments –Implementation of the Public Service HRD strategy
SRSA PRIORITIES OF THE GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION CLUSTER CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMMES –Strategy, planning and budgeting for national coordination of learning frameworks and programmes for the public service. –Capacity development programme for middle managers –Supply chain capacity for the public sector –Implementation of governance training programmes GOVERNMENT-WIDE M&E SYSTEM –Develop policy framework, guidelines, standards & regulations –Enhancement of present monitoring systems –Implementation of capacity building for GWM&E –Consolidation of information on key performance indicators to improve reporting system –Development of mechanisms to enhance public participation within monitoring & evaluation
SRSA PRIORITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, PEACE AND SECURITY CLUSTER STRENGTHEN THE AU AND ITS STRUCTURES Facilitate implementation of the AU gender declaration SUPPORT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEPAD SOUTHERN AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY (SADC) CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS POST CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT (PCRD) IN AFRICA STRENGTHEN BILATERAL RELATIONS PARTICIPATION IN THE GLOBAL SYSTEM OF GOVERNANCE 2010 FIFA World Cup STRENTHENING POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS Market SA abroad
SRSA PRIORITIES OF THE SOCIAL SECTOR CLUSTER (Our core cluster ) INTENSIFY JOINT EFFORTS AMONG ALL SOUTH AFRICANS TO IMPROVE SOCIAL COHESION, INCLUDING BETTER CANVASS OF THE ISSUE OF OUR VARIETY OF IDENTITIES AND THE OVERARCHING SENSE OF BELONGING TO SOUTH AFRICA, VALUE SYSTEM, AND IDENTITY IN A MANNER THAT STRENGTHENS OUR UNITY AS A NATION.# FINALISE THE STRATEGY AND PROGRAMMES TO ADDRESS MATTERS OF SOCIAL COHESION.# HEALTH PROMOTION, REDUCTION OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASE AND UNNATURAL CAUSES OF DEATH –Enhance promotion of healthy lifestyles and change from risky behaviour especially among the youth. –Enhance focus on non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, asthma and hypertension. EXTEND EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME –Expand access to Early Childhood Development. # SRSA IS A LEAD DEPARTMENT FOR THIS ACTION
SRSA PRIORITIES OF THE SOCIAL SECTOR CLUSTER (Our core cluster ) IMPLEMENT NATIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY –Increase the resource allocation for Research and Development and Innovation and increase the pool of young researchers. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT –Intensify a campaign to link up unemployed graduates with economic opportunities –Intensify efforts to integrate youth development into the mainstream of government policies and programmes within the framework of the National Youth Policy
SRSA PRIORITIES OF THE SOCIAL SECTOR CLUSTER (Our core cluster ) YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CONT….. –Strategically locate Youth Units/Directorates in such a manner that DGs and Heads of Departments take direct responsibility –Increase youth participation in ABET programmes that facilitate access into further learning & other development opportunities. –Enrol 30 000 volunteers in various community development activities and increase youth participation in national programmes that enhance social cohesion. # –Intensify efforts to integrate youth development into the mainstream of government work, including a youth co- operatives programme, and the ongoing efforts to link unemployed graduates with employment opportunities. #SRSA IS A LEAD DEPARTMENT FOR THIS ACTION
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
SRSA SRSA OBJECTIVES –To increase the levels of participation of South Africans in sport and recreation activities. To raise levels of participation in formal, organised sport and recreation activities from 25% to at least 30%. –Raising sports’ profile especially amongst decision makers in the face of conflicting and competing priorities. To secure more resources for sport and recreation. –Maximising the probability of success of South African individuals and teams in major (international) sports events. To contribute to social cohesion, nation-building and the marketing of our country globally. –Placing sport at the forefront of efforts to address issues of national importance (using sport as a medium for achieving positive outcomes for South African society).
SRSA SRSA PRIORITIES 1.To confirm and streamline the responsibilities of role-players in sport and recreation. 2.To lobby for funds for the upgrading of basic, multi- purpose sport and recreation facilities. 3.To develop the human resource potential for the management of sport and recreation in South Africa. 4.To motivate the community to develop active lifestyles and to channel those with talent into the competitive areas of sport. 5.To develop a high performance programme that is geared toward preparing elite athletes for major competitions. 6.To ensure that all sport and recreation bodies achieve their transformation objectives. 7.To finalise and implement a code of ethics for sport and recreation in South Africa. 8.To develop an international relations policy in concert with national government policies.
SRSA 1.CONFIRM ROLES & STREAMLINE RESPONSIBILITIES Only two Macro Structures in South Africa: o Sport and Recreation South Africa: Mass Participation o SASCOC: High Performance Sport Merging of macro structures according to MTT report completed SRSA working with SASCOC to resolve disputes in sport
SRSA 2.CREATION & UPGRADE OF FACILITIES Funding of facilities: DPLG through MIG SRSA FUNCTIONS –Finalisation of the National Facilities Plan –Finalisation of norms and standards for sport and recreation facilities –Assisting Municipalities with proper planning for facilities –Advocating for the building & upgrading of facilities by the Municipalities –Providing technical support to Project Implementing Agents (Municipalities) –Train facility managers –Advocating for alternative funding
SRSA 3.DEVELOP HUMAN RESOURCE POTENTIAL EDUCATION & TRAINING oIdentify training needs oIdentify accredited service providers oProvide training courses oDeploy trained people oEstablish a database of trained individuals oLife skills programme for elite sportspersons (in conjunction with SASCOC) oContact point of SRSA with THETA o2010 FIFA World Cup volunteer development
SRSA 4.MOTIVATE COMMUNITY TO DEVELOP ACTIVE LIFESTYLES Determine participation levels Identify federations best placed for more participants Develop and implement the Mass Participation Programme Facilitate talent identification Agreement with Education: o School Sports Programmes Rehabilitation Programme for offenders Club development programme Mass mobilization programme for 2010
SRSA 5.DEVELOP A HIGH PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME In conjunction with SASCOC: Rationalise HP programmes Identify priority sports for inclusion in the HP programme Improve consolidated HP programme Resource HP programme adequately Establish National Academy System Fund international participation
SRSA 6.ENSURE TRANSFORMATION OBJECTIVES ARE MET Strengthening grass roots programmes Criteria for School and SA Games to assist in addressing transformation Special funding to support transformation programmes of National Federations
SRSA 7.ETHICS IN SPORT Implement programmes to promote ethical behaviour in S&R Support testing for the use of banned performance enhancing substances Support educational programmes regarding drug-free sport Amend anti-doping legislation Ratify UN Convention against doping in sport
SRSA 8.INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Identify needs of SA sport to be resourced internationally Identify strengths in SA sport that can be marketed abroad Sign international agreements with identified countries Implement protocols of action Involvement in Zone VI Sports Tourism
SRSA OTHER SERVICES DELIVERED BY SPORT AND RECREATION SOUTH AFRICA Managing the Vote for Sport and Recreation. Supporting the office of the Minister of Sport and Recreation. Providing support, from a government perspective, to all stakeholders in sport and recreation. Ensuring that integrated sports management information is available to all stakeholders. Coordination of Department’s involvement of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Providing legal advice to stakeholders in sport and recreation from a government perspective.
SRSA OTHER SERVICES DELIVERED BY SPORT AND RECREATION SOUTH AFRICA Subsidising clients of SRSA in accordance with the PFMA and the SRSA funding policy. Managing inter- and intra-governmental relations. Communicating sport and recreation related matters from a government perspective. Coordinating and responding to parliamentary questions. Interpreting broad government policy to develop policies for sport and recreation. Aligning the policies of sport and recreation with the policies of other government departments and vice- versa.
SRSA Policy Development Database of SRSA and former SASC policies populated Policy gaps identified SASCOC policies listed Provincial Departments policies listed Regulations, Bills & Acts listed Scan government policies for links to sport
SRSA Service Delivery Improvement Plan (SDIP) Purpose: To ensure continuous improvement in service delivery to all the people of SA. Needs to address the gap between current state and desired state. SRSA key services as pilot: Mass Participation/Transfer Payments and Education and Training. Inform the strategic process.
SRSA Service Delivery Improvement Plan (SDIP) STRATEGIC PLAN Strategic Objective BUSINESS PLAN Service Key Service Key Service SERVICE DELIVERY IMPROVEMENT PLAN Key Service Key Service
SRSA 2010 WORLD CUP UNIT: STRATEGIC FOCUS AREAS Coordination of inter-governmental and intra-governmental relations and provide institutional support to 2010 FIFA WC national programme. Ensure provision of infrastructure to support the host cities to deliver their commitments contained in the Host Cities Agreement. Assist sector departments to translate the 17 FIFA WC guarantees into actionable programmes. Monitor and assess progress on the state of readiness in all 2010 FIFA WC related projects. Technical and secretariat support to the 2010 FIFA WC Inter- Ministerial Committee and Technical Coordinating Committee. Coordinate and liaise with the 2010 FIFA WC LOC on specific projects i.e. African Legacy Programme. Liaise and cooperate with all 2010 FIFA WC stakeholders both in the continent and the Diaspora.
SRSA MTEF ALLOCATIONS MTEF Allocations 2007/08 Administration85,357 Sport Support Services94,745 Mass Participation250,570 International Liaison and Events3,709 Facilities Co-ordination5,831 2012 FIFA World Cup Unit2,717,000
SRSA LEGAL SERVICES PROJECT OUTPUT PROJECT OUTCOME PERFORMANC E INDICATOR Promulgation of the Safety at Sports Stadiums Act Ensure the safety of spectators and persons participating in sport at sports stadiums Bill promulgated SAFETY AT SPORTS STADIUMS BILL
SRSA LEGAL SERVICES PROJECT OUPUT PROJECT OUTCOME PERFORMANCE INDICATOR Promulgation of the Amendment Act Efficient and effective governance by reprioritizing the objects, powers and duties of the Institute A doping free sports environment Act promulgated SA INSTITUTE FOR DRUG-FREE SPORT AMENDMENT BILL
SRSA LEGAL SERVICES PROJECT OUTPUT PROJECT OUTCOMEPERFORMANCE INDICATOR Promulgation of the Sport and Recreation Amendment Act To bring the S&R Act in line with the changed sport and recreation governance environment & to empower the Minister to intervene in sport and recreation and related matters Bill promulgated SPORT & RECREATION AMENDMEND BILL
SRSA Plan to update Strategic Plan Mandate of Department unchanged but Strategic Plan of Department cannot remain static. One-day strategic workshop with Minister, Deputy Minister, All Chief Directors, All Directors early in April 2007. Consolidate inputs to Strategic Plan by 15 April 2007. Present updated Strategic Plan to Portfolio Committee beginning of May 2007. Present Strategic Plan with Budget Vote on 22 May 2007 in Parliament. Updating of White Paper will necessitate further updating of Strategic Plan.