Presentation on theme: "Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal KWAZULU-NATAL BROAD-BASED BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT STRATEGY KEY STRATEGIES & PROGRAMMES BEE IMPLEMENTATION TEAM 12 SEPTEMBER."— Presentation transcript:
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal KWAZULU-NATAL BROAD-BASED BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT STRATEGY KEY STRATEGIES & PROGRAMMES BEE IMPLEMENTATION TEAM 12 SEPTEMBER 2008 by Amanda Mhlongo
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal PRESENTATION OUTLINE Background Vision Goals Sub-strategies Cornerstones of strategy Implementation programmes Progress per programme Implementation structures
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal BACKGROUND Required by National Strategy Framework with the B-BBEE Act as an enabling instrument. Closely aligned to all Economic Empowerment related National Framework. However addresses Provincial specificities and supports provincial economic development strategies. Necessary for addressing KZN socio-economic challenges.
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal VISION A de-racialized provincial economy in whose mainstream a critical mass of Black people participate meaningfully, in terms of control and ownership of private sector enterprises, and hold operational, professional, management, and executive positions in organizations of both the private and public sectors, in proportion to their demographic weight.
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal GOALS Goal 1 Substantial increase in the number of Black people who have ownership and control of existing and new enterprises, particularly in the provincial government’s priority sectors. Sub-strategy 1: Sector Matrix Enterprise Development Sub-strategy 3: Preferential Procurement Goal 2 Significant increase in the number of new Black enterprises, and Black-engendered enterprises. Sub- strategy 1: Sector Matrix Enterprise Development Goal 3 Significant increase in the number of Black people who hold senior management and executive positions in enterprises. Sub- strategy 5: Enforcement of the Employment Equity Act
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal GOALS Goal 4 Significant increase in the ownership and management of economic activities vested in broad-based associations, collective enterprises such as cooperatives, trade unions, and employee trusts. Sub-strategy 4: Empowerment of target groups to own assets Sub-strategy 1: Sector Matrix Enterprise Development Goal 5 Significant increase in the number of Black young people, particularly rural young people, who acquire skills. Sub-strategy 2: Skills development Sub- strategy 6: Corporate Social Investment
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal Goal 6 Significant increase in the number of Black people who own land and other productive assets. Sub-strategy 4: Empowerment of Persons on productive assets GOALS
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal A SIX-POINT STRATEGY Sub-strategy 1 Provision of enterprise development support with sector matrix Sub-strategy 2 Skills development, mainly for the unemployed youth Sub-strategy 3 Empowerment of target group enterprises (including Black-women and youth-owned enterprises) through preferential procurement
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal A SIX-POINT STRATEGY Continued Sub-strategy 4 Empowerment of persons or groups or communities to increase their ownership and control of enterprises and other productive assets such as land Sub-strategy 5 Enforcement of the Employment Equity Act Sub-strategy 6 Encouragement of well established firms to engage in corporate social investment, particularly in the areas of socio-economic development and youth learnership and apprenticeship.
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal CORNERSTONES OF THE STRATEGY Sector Matrix enterprise development workstream [Sub-strategy 1] Skills development workstream [Sub-strategy 2] Preferential procurement workstream [Sub-strategy 3] Financing workstream
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMMES Sector matrix enterprise development [Sub-strategy 1] Skills development for the unemployed [Sub-strat. 2] Preferential procurement [Sub-strategy 3] Financing [Provincial Empowerment Fund] Information dissemination, call centre, and outreach Partnership and stakeholder relations BEE monitoring and evaluation
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal PROGRESS TO DATE ON ALL SEVEN BEE WORKSTREAMS
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal SKILLS DEVELOPMENT Technical Skills Training programme Employment Readiness & Placement Establishment of Skills Development Fund FINANCING Establishment of Provincial Empowerment Fund
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal INFORMATION DISSEMINATION INFORMATION PACKAGING Call centre Outreach Electronic Media Websites Events
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT Analysis of KZN Provincial BEE spend Alignment of Processes & Systems BEE MONITORING & EVALUATION Current BEE Status in Private Sector Current BEE Status in Government Depart
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal PARTNERSHIP & STAKERHOLDER RELATIONS BEE Complaints Handling established BEE Ombuds office establishment in progress BEE Advisory Council establishment in progress BEE Implementation Team establishment in progress BEE Forums support
Kwa Zulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal IMPLEMENTATION STRUCTURE BEE Advisory Council Consists of 19 members from all sectors of society BEE Ombuds office Provincial BEE implementation team Four work-streams/programmes Sector Matrix Enterprise development Skills development Preferential procurement BEE Finance BEE Monitoring & Evaluation Team