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1 DEPARTMENT OF LAND AFFAIRS STRATEGIC PLAN STRATEGIC PLAN2008-2009 BUSINESS UNUSUAL! Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Agriculture and Land Affairs Mr Thozi Gwanya Acting Director-General 11 March 2008

2 Business Unusual!2 Presentation Outline  Strategic Context underpinning DLA’s 2008 – 2009 Strategic Plan  DLA’s 2008 – 2009 Strategic Plan: (Emphasis on Priority Areas)  Resources for Strategic Plan Implementation  Conclusion

3 Business Unusual!3 STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS (8 February 2008) The following are SONA directives relating to the DLA: that we should ensure speedy, efficient and effective implementation of our policies and programmes (this includes, amongst others, the processing of applications for investment in relation to land acquisition, etc); that we should ensure speedy, efficient and effective implementation of our policies and programmes (this includes, amongst others, the processing of applications for investment in relation to land acquisition, etc); that we should address all issues relating to the processing of the Land Use Management Bill (LUMB); that we should address all issues relating to the processing of the Land Use Management Bill (LUMB); that we should develop plans and effectively implement them, to address the challenges we face in relation to finalising land restitution cases; that we should develop plans and effectively implement them, to address the challenges we face in relation to finalising land restitution cases; STRATEGIC CONTEXT UNDERPINNING DLA’s 2008 – 2009 STRATEGIC PLAN

4 Business Unusual!4 that we should contribute towards the development and implementation of a determined rural development programme; that we should contribute towards the development and implementation of a determined rural development programme; that we should improve services and assets among poor communities; that we should improve services and assets among poor communities; that we should contribute towards national efforts against poverty, especially in terms of the establishment and effective operation of the National War Room for a War Against Poverty; that we should contribute towards national efforts against poverty, especially in terms of the establishment and effective operation of the National War Room for a War Against Poverty; that we should speed up land and agrarian reform, with detailed plans for land acquisition, better implementation of agricultural support services and household food support; that we should speed up land and agrarian reform, with detailed plans for land acquisition, better implementation of agricultural support services and household food support; that we should speed up the audit on land ownership; that we should speed up the audit on land ownership; that we should contribute towards national efforts aimed at speeding up the development of sustainable and decent human settlements. that we should contribute towards national efforts aimed at speeding up the development of sustainable and decent human settlements.

5 Business Unusual!5 KEY PRIORITY AREAS KEY PRIORITY AREAS Fast tracking land reform delivery by using tools such as expropriation, in line with the provisions of the Constitution. Fast tracking land reform delivery by using tools such as expropriation, in line with the provisions of the Constitution. Speed up formulation of policy and legislation to regulate access to and ownership of land by foreigners. Speed up formulation of policy and legislation to regulate access to and ownership of land by foreigners. Development of policy and legislation to implement the recommendations relating to the review of willing buyer- willing seller. Development of policy and legislation to implement the recommendations relating to the review of willing buyer- willing seller. Develop an implementation plan for an effective settlement and implementation strategy, and thus provide comprehensive support to land reform beneficiaries. Develop an implementation plan for an effective settlement and implementation strategy, and thus provide comprehensive support to land reform beneficiaries. Work towards an effective management control and administration of state land. Work towards an effective management control and administration of state land.

6 Business Unusual!6 Finalise state land audit. Finalise state land audit. Implementation of CLaRA to unleash development potential in the former homeland areas. Implementation of CLaRA to unleash development potential in the former homeland areas. Liaise with state departments including national, provincial and municipalities as well as state-owned enterprises to make state land available for land reform purposes. Liaise with state departments including national, provincial and municipalities as well as state-owned enterprises to make state land available for land reform purposes. Link land and agrarian reform to the broader integrated and sustainable rural development strategy. Link land and agrarian reform to the broader integrated and sustainable rural development strategy. Improve capacity to deliver. Improve capacity to deliver. Provision of land for sustainable human settlement. Provision of land for sustainable human settlement. Develop programmes for the empowerment of women, children, people with disabilities and those living with HIV/AIDS, youths and older persons. Develop programmes for the empowerment of women, children, people with disabilities and those living with HIV/AIDS, youths and older persons.

7 Business Unusual!7 Legislative Programme  Land Use Management Bill High priority – provides a regulatory framework for land use management and impacts on spatial planning. Supported by Cabinet Committee on 26 Feb 2008; approved by Cabinet on 5 March 2008. Referred to State Law Advisors for legal editing.  Surveying Profession Bill Aims to transform the surveying profession and empower Black people by extending access to the profession (e.g. existing technicians will immediately qualify to be registered as surveyors). This will increase the pool of land surveyors and address the problem of scarce skills in this field. Submitted to Deputy Minister on 8 Feb 2008. DLA’s 2008 – 2009 STRATEGIC PLAN - PRIORITY AREAS:

8 Business Unusual!8 Legislative Programme continues…  Deeds Registries Amendment Bill The Bill mainly contains amendments of administrative nature, requested by the Deeds Regulations Board and the Office of the Chief Registrar of Deeds. It is to be published for public comment. The Bill mainly contains amendments of administrative nature, requested by the Deeds Regulations Board and the Office of the Chief Registrar of Deeds. It is to be published for public comment. A draft amendment of Regulation 18 has been finalised, to be submitted to an ad hoc meeting of the Board for consideration and recommendation to the Minister. A draft amendment of Regulation 18 has been finalised, to be submitted to an ad hoc meeting of the Board for consideration and recommendation to the Minister. Legislation on ownership of land by foreigners is also being drafted and the Deeds Registries Act may have to be amended to accommodate PLOF recommendations and consequential changes. Legislation on ownership of land by foreigners is also being drafted and the Deeds Registries Act may have to be amended to accommodate PLOF recommendations and consequential changes.  Sectional Titles Amendment Bill Based on request of LOGB to reprioritise legislation, it was decided not to proceed with this Bill, but to include 2008 amendments to be recommended by Sectional Titles Regulations Board.  Black Authorities Act Repeal Bill High priority – racially discriminatory and obsolete Act: On the statute book since 1951. Awaiting consent of provincial governments to repeal Act.  Provision of Land and Assistance Amendment Bill High priority - inter alia to make provision for PLAS. Published for public comment on 22 Feb 2008; closing date 14 March 2008 whereafter comments are to be considered; Bill to be amended (if necessary); to be submitted to Cabinet for consideration.

9 Business Unusual!9 Outputs: 1.Improved service delivery  What’s been done: Proposed new structure approved by Minister Proposed new structure approved by Minister Recruitment of posts lower than Director level being implemented in line with proposed new structure Recruitment of posts lower than Director level being implemented in line with proposed new structure  What’s still to be done: Final approval of top structure by DPSA Final approval of top structure by DPSA Optimal Business Architecture that achieves departmental strategic objectives Optimal Business Architecture that achieves departmental strategic objectives 2. Implementable policies, legislative and regulatory reforms to intervene in the land market  What’s been done: Policy on Land Owned by Foreigners: Policy on Land Owned by Foreigners: -Report gazetted in November 2007 with the deadline for public comments being 14 December 2007; -Inter-departmental Task Team established to analyse and synthesise a draft proposal based on comments received; Programme 1: Administration

10 Business Unusual!10 Administration Outputs continues… - Memorandum drafted with proposal for amending Regulation 18 (in respect of disclosure); - Memorandum drafted with proposal for amending Regulation 18 (in respect of disclosure); -A new draft Bill (instead of amending the Deeds Registries Act) done WBWS (Done) WBWS (Done) -Cab Memo submitted (and actual review document as annexure); -Presentation was made to the Social Committee Cluster (on 27th Feb); recommended discussion at the Cabinet meeting of 5 March 2008. Cabinet meeting of 5 March 2008.  What’s still to be done: PLOF PLOF -Analysis and consolidation of the public comments (currently in progress) -DLA to draft discussion paper (synthesizing the public comments and provide an executive summary of the Panel’s report, what is feasible, etc) for deliberation by the Task Team;

11 Business Unusual!11 Administration Outputs continues… WBWS: (still to be done) WBWS: (still to be done) - Footnote to indicate we need to finalise land acquisition instruments - Finalise Formula for calculating compensation 3.Implementable policies, legislative and regulatory reforms to benefit people living on communal land and State land

12 Business Unusual!12 Administration Outputs continues… Administration Outputs continues… 4.Implemented Security Policy in line with MISS and other National Security Directives  What’s been done: Appointed Security Technical Advisor to Appointed Security Technical Advisor to standardize physical security measures standardize physical security measures Tender for standardizing physical security measures for Limpopo, Gauteng, North West and Mpumalanga advertised. Awaiting Bid Committee approval. Tender for standardizing physical security measures for Limpopo, Gauteng, North West and Mpumalanga advertised. Awaiting Bid Committee approval.  What’s still to be done: Engagement with trade unions regarding the reviewed Security Policy and Directives Engagement with trade unions regarding the reviewed Security Policy and Directives 5.Implemented Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) policy and related safety regulations  What’s been done: Appointed service provider to assist with the OHS Risk Assessment and implementation of the Tobacco Products Control Act, Act 12 of 1999 Appointed service provider to assist with the OHS Risk Assessment and implementation of the Tobacco Products Control Act, Act 12 of 1999  What still to be done: Issue a circular (directives) regarding smoking at the working place while waiting for the approved Smoking Policy Issue a circular (directives) regarding smoking at the working place while waiting for the approved Smoking Policy Develop Smoking Policy Develop Smoking Policy

13 Business Unusual!13 6. A client-approved, GCIS guidelines-compliant, comprehensive communication strategy to support the Ministry and Department’s strategic and operational plans to support core objectives  What’s been done: Tender published and adjudication taken place Tender published and adjudication taken place  What’s still to be done: Awarding the tender and development of comprehensive plan Awarding the tender and development of comprehensive plan

14 Business Unusual!14 Programme 2: Surveys and Mapping Outputs: 1.Integrated Spatial Reference Framework  What’s been done: 95% availability at all times of permanent spatial reference points and positioning service from TrigNet stations achieved 95% availability at all times of permanent spatial reference points and positioning service from TrigNet stations achieved  What’s still to be done: Sustain the achieved level of performance Sustain the achieved level of performance 2.Earth imagery (aerial photography / satellite imagery) covering the whole country (1.22 million km) updated coverage  What’s been done: 220 000 sq. km high resolution of earth imagery acquired 220 000 sq. km high resolution of earth imagery acquired in 2007/08 in 2007/08  What’s still to be done: 220 000 sq. km of high resolution imagery in 2008/09 220 000 sq. km of high resolution imagery in 2008/09

15 Business Unusual!15 Survey and Mapping Outputs continues… 3.Maps and other geo-spatial information covering the whole country (1.22 million km).  What’s been done: 175 000 sq.km of topographic data updated and 1562 maps produced/revised in 2007/08 175 000 sq.km of topographic data updated and 1562 maps produced/revised in 2007/08  What’s still to be done: 150 000 sq. km of topographic data updated and 150 000 sq. km of topographic data updated and 1614 maps produced/revised in 2008/09 1614 maps produced/revised in 2008/09 4.Professional and technical support and client services (other than land reform) to all spheres of government and other organs of State.  What’s been done: Target of 5 days being the maximum time it takes to respond to clients’ request me Target of 5 days being the maximum time it takes to respond to clients’ request me  What’s still to be done: Sustain and/or exceed the set norm Sustain and/or exceed the set norm

16 Business Unusual!16 Programme 3: Cadastral Survey Management Outputs: 1.Registrable diagrams, general plans and sectional title plans approved, maintained and archived in terms of the Land Survey Act, 1997 and Sectional Titles Act, 1986  What’s been done: Achieved target of processing 95% diagrams, general plans and sectional title plans within targeted 15 days Achieved target of processing 95% diagrams, general plans and sectional title plans within targeted 15 days  What’s still to be done: Maintain (or exceed) the 15 days processing targets Maintain (or exceed) the 15 days processing targets 2.Complete and current spatial information pertaining to all land parcels in South Africa, in both paper and digital format;  What’s been done: Process of audit of state land in the process of being finalised Process of audit of state land in the process of being finalised Exceeded the target of adding all newly created land parcels to the database Exceeded the target of adding all newly created land parcels to the database  What’s still to be done: Complete the state land audit process Complete the state land audit process Maintain the set standard for the adding of all newly created land parcels to the database Maintain the set standard for the adding of all newly created land parcels to the database

17 Business Unusual!17 Cadastral Survey Management Outputs continues… 3. Cadastral survey management services supplied in all provinces:  What’s been done: Establishment of a Surveyor-General’s Office in North West: Project Team appointed, implementation plan developed and separation of records in progress Establishment of a Surveyor-General’s Office in North West: Project Team appointed, implementation plan developed and separation of records in progress  What’s still to be done: Implementation of plans to ensure the office is fully functional by end of 2008/9 financial year Implementation of plans to ensure the office is fully functional by end of 2008/9 financial year 4.Amended surveying legislation implemented to support government’s aims and objectives on economic development and poverty reduction:  What’s been done: I.t.o amendment of Land Survey Act Regulations: Board members appointed I.t.o amendment of Land Survey Act Regulations: Board members appointed  What’s to be done: Implementation of the Surveying Profession Act Implementation of the Surveying Profession Act Amend Land Survey Act Regulations to accommodate Communal Land Rights Act and Global Position System Technology Amend Land Survey Act Regulations to accommodate Communal Land Rights Act and Global Position System Technology

18 Business Unusual!18 Cadastral Survey Management Outputs continues… 5.Trained Professional Land Surveyors, Professional Surveyors, Survey Technicians and Survey Officers from target groups  What’s been done: Training Unit in CSG formed Training Unit in CSG formed Training Plan developed and to be implemented Training Plan developed and to be implemented beginning 2008/09 financial year beginning 2008/09 financial year  What’s to be done: Implementation of plans to train 70 Pupils Survey Officers and 40 Interns (Survey Technicians and Implementation of plans to train 70 Pupils Survey Officers and 40 Interns (Survey Technicians and Professional Land Surveyors in Training) Professional Land Surveyors in Training)

19 Business Unusual!19 Programme 4: Restitution Outputs: 1.Claimed/alternative land restored to restitution claimants contributing to the LARP Programme  What’s been done: The development of an implementation plan The development of an implementation plan (part of LARP implementation plan) is underway (part of LARP implementation plan) is underway  What’ still to be done: A total of 1 034 000 ha of restituted land contributing to LARP A total of 1 034 000 ha of restituted land contributing to LARP 2.All lodged restitution claims settled  What’s been done: Over 94% of claims settled Over 94% of claims settled A plan of action entailing challenges and strategies for A plan of action entailing challenges and strategies for the settlement of outstanding claims has been developed and was presented to Cabinet on 26 March 2008. the settlement of outstanding claims has been developed and was presented to Cabinet on 26 March 2008. 2008. Cabinet decision is awaited. 2008. Cabinet decision is awaited.  What’s still to be done: Settle the 2008/9 target of 2 585 outstanding, complex rural claims Settle the 2008/9 target of 2 585 outstanding, complex rural claims Detailed implementation plan developed to address the settlement of outstanding claims Detailed implementation plan developed to address the settlement of outstanding claims

20 Business Unusual!20 Restitution Oytputs continues… 3.Restitution memorials in each Province commemorating claims settled in that province  What’s been done: Service Providers appointed to undertake amongst others, provincial consultations Service Providers appointed to undertake amongst others, provincial consultations  What’s still to be done: Implementation of the 1 st phase of memorial nationally Implementation of the 1 st phase of memorial nationally 4.Settlement support processes of land claims with development aspect facilitated to ensure sustainable development  What’s been done: Settlement Implementation Support Strategy developed Settlement Implementation Support Strategy developed  What still to be done: Analysis and implementation plan by June 2008 Analysis and implementation plan by June 2008 5.Rights of vulnerable groups protected in the resolution of land claims;  What’s been done: 40% of settled claims are for female headed house holds 40% of settled claims are for female headed house holds  What still to be done: Strategy to be developed by July 2008 to ensure vulnerable groups’ rights are addressed in the finalisation of claims Strategy to be developed by July 2008 to ensure vulnerable groups’ rights are addressed in the finalisation of claims

21 Business Unusual!21 Programme 5: Land and Tenure Reform Outputs: 1.Productive white-owned agricultural land provided to Black South Africans for sustainable agricultural development  What’s been done: 4.7 million ha redistributed 4.7 million ha redistributed Areas-Based Planning being conducted with municipalities and metros, out of which land needs for municipalities and metros will emerge Areas-Based Planning being conducted with municipalities and metros, out of which land needs for municipalities and metros will emerge LARP developed LARP developed  What still to be done: Redistribute 1.5 milion ha in the 2008/9 financial year Redistribute 1.5 milion ha in the 2008/9 financial year Finalise the amendment of Act 126 Finalise the amendment of Act 126 2.Labour tenant claims settled in a manner that promotes their socio-justice  What’s been done: 12 427 labour claims settled through LRAD 12 427 labour claims settled through LRAD  What still to be done: Settle 4 840 labour claims Settle 4 840 labour claims

22 Business Unusual!22 Land and Tenure Reform Outputs continues… 3.Roll-out of Land Rights Management facility:  What’s been done: Two service providers appointed to set up and manage a database of lawyers and mediators. Two service providers appointed to set up and manage a database of lawyers and mediators. Interim measures developed for referral of extreme cases Interim measures developed for referral of extreme cases  What’s still to be done: Land Rights management facility services to be fully operational by June 2008 Land Rights management facility services to be fully operational by June 2008

23 Business Unusual!23 Land and Tenure Reform Outputs continues… 4.CLaRA Implemented in a manner that promotes social and economic development  What’s been done: ClaRA Baseline Study completed ClaRA Baseline Study completed ClaRA regulations developed ClaRA regulations developed  What still to be done: Tabling of the regulations to Cabinet Tabling of the regulations to Cabinet Implementation of ClaRA in ex-homeland areas Implementation of ClaRA in ex-homeland areas Establishment of 1 Land Rights Board in each affected Establishment of 1 Land Rights Board in each affected provinces by June. provinces by June.

24 Business Unusual!24 Land and Tenure Reform Outputs continues… 5. State land proactively vested  What’s been done: Since 1994 a total of 28 588 land parcels have Since 1994 a total of 28 588 land parcels have been vested to date. been vested to date. Of the 108 222 surveyed State land parcels, at Of the 108 222 surveyed State land parcels, at least 26% has been vested. least 26% has been vested.  What still to be done: 2 370 parcels to be submitted for confirmation of vesting in the 2008-2009 period. 2 370 parcels to be submitted for confirmation of vesting in the 2008-2009 period. 6.National State Land Administration Strategy developed  What’s been done: Composing elements (disposal, valuation, leases, etc) which include non core state assets have been identified Composing elements (disposal, valuation, leases, etc) which include non core state assets have been identified Preliminary discussions held with Stakeholders regarding the strategy, and the strategy is a standing item for the National State Land Steering Committee. Preliminary discussions held with Stakeholders regarding the strategy, and the strategy is a standing item for the National State Land Steering Committee. State Land lease Debtor system now opertional (though not fully) State Land lease Debtor system now opertional (though not fully)  What still to be done: Strategy to be developed by June 2008 Strategy to be developed by June 2008

25 Business Unusual!25 Programme 6: Spatial Planning and Information Outputs: 1.Develop, implement and monitor legislation, regulations and guidelines  What’s been done: LUMB developed and tabled to the Cabinet Committee LUMB developed and tabled to the Cabinet Committee Some aspects of LUMB piloted in some provinces as directed by President in the SONA Some aspects of LUMB piloted in some provinces as directed by President in the SONA  What to be done: Table LUMB in 2008 Table LUMB in 2008 Develop Spatial Data Infrustructure Act regulations Develop Spatial Data Infrustructure Act regulations Develop National land use monitoring framework Develop National land use monitoring framework

26 Business Unusual!26 Spatial Planning and Information Outputs continues… 2.Provide technical skills and services at provincial and municipal level  What’s been done: Provided capacity building support to provinces (Northern Cape, Limpopo and Mpumalanga around SDF, land use schemes and management systems, etc Provided capacity building support to provinces (Northern Cape, Limpopo and Mpumalanga around SDF, land use schemes and management systems, etc Integrated hands on support to provinces with DPLG Integrated hands on support to provinces with DPLG  What to be done: Establish Offices in the 5 remaining provinces Establish Offices in the 5 remaining provinces Formulation of Spatial Development Frameworks Formulation of Spatial Development Frameworks

27 Business Unusual!27 Programme 7: Deeds Registration (Auxiliary Services) Outputs 1.Secure title to real rights in land  What’s been done: The target of number of days it takes to lodge a deed achieved in most Deeds Offices The target of number of days it takes to lodge a deed achieved in most Deeds Offices  What to be done: Achieve the target of 10 days it should take for deeds to be available after registration Achieve the target of 10 days it should take for deeds to be available after registration 2.Expedited registration for land reform and housing beneficiaries  What’s been done: Expedited all land reform transactions for registration within 5 working days Expedited all land reform transactions for registration within 5 working days  What to be done: Address capacity of the conveyancing fratenity and empower them to proclaim townships when land has been identified for development Address capacity of the conveyancing fratenity and empower them to proclaim townships when land has been identified for development

28 Business Unusual!28 Deeds Registration Outputs continues… 3.A transformed cadastre  What’s been done: The electronic system being implemented; The electronic system being implemented;  What to be done: 50% implementation of the Cadastral Reform Plan 50% implementation of the Cadastral Reform Plan 4.Deeds services provided to the people at point of need  What’s been done: Implementation plan developed Implementation plan developed  What to be done: Operational Deeds Registry in Limpopo in the 2008/9 financial year Operational Deeds Registry in Limpopo in the 2008/9 financial year

29 Business Unusual!29 Human Resources - Recruitment Plan RESOURCES FOR STRATEGIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION

30 Business Unusual!30 VACANCIES ON 1 APRIL 2006 VACANCIES ON 1 APRIL 2006 TOTAL VACANCIES AS ON 1 APRIL 2006 1045 Employees3,239 Vacancies1,045 Vacancy Rate24.39% Total Posts4,284 Posts Abolished15 New Posts Created609 New Appointments962 Transfers to DLA202 Internal Promotions1,010 Total Posts Filled2,174

31 Business Unusual!31 TOTAL VACANCIES AS ON 18 FEBRUARY 2008 Total Posts filled 2,174 Deaths31 Resignations391 Retirements34 Dismissal8 Severance Packages 27 Movement to Higher Post (internal Promotions) 1,010 Transfers from DLA 314 Total Loss 1,815 Turnover Rate over the last two years 12,47% Total1,280

32 Business Unusual!32 PROGRESS SMS NoPostSalary Level Date Advertised Remarks 1.Management Accounting 1318/11/2007Headhunting 2.Risk and Compliance1317/06/2007Awaiting approval 3.Supply Chain Management1309/09/2007Awaiting assumption of duty 4Information Tec Sup1317/06/2007Awaiting assumption of duty 5.Legal Services1309/09/2007Awaiting approval 6.Mon and Evaluation1316/09/2007Interviews to be scheduled 7.Policy Development1319/08/2007Interviews to be scheduled 8.Deeds: Pietermaritzburg1317/06/2007Filled 9.Deeds: Reg & Supp Systems 1315/07/2007Filled 10.Deeds: Vryburg1317/06/2007Filled

33 Business Unusual!33 PROGRESS SMS (CONT) NoPostSalary Level Date Advertised Remarks 11.Spatial Development Framework 1304/03/2007Headhunting 12.Spatial Planning Facilitation1314/01/2007Not approved- restart process 13.SSC: WC1302/09/2007 Interviews on 06/03/08 14.SG: LIMPOPO1327/03/2006Readvertised 15.CD: Human Capital & Org1420/01/2008Interviews on 14/03/08 16.PLRO: KZN1420/01/2008Readvertised 17.Chief Financial Officer1502/09/2007Awaiting approval 18.Director General1604/11/2007Awaiting approval 19.COO1517/06/2007Awaiting approval

34 Business Unusual!34 ACTION PLAN Graduate programme- reduce vacancy by Graduate programme- reduce vacancy by 450 450 Exit interviews - reduce staff turnover Exit interviews - reduce staff turnover Abolish posts- reduce vacancy Abolish posts- reduce vacancy Management commitment Management commitment Posts categorized into salary levels Posts categorized into salary levels On site project coordinator On site project coordinator Weekly meetings with service Weekly meetings with service provider provider

35 Business Unusual!35 2007/08 SPENDING UNTIL FEBRUARY 2008 PROGRAMMEBUDGET2007/08 R ‘000 EXPENDITURE UNTIL FEB ’08 R’000PROJECTION UNTIL FEB ’08 R’000% EXP VS BUDGET% PROJ PROGRAMME 1 Administration Administration 421 439 356 260 389 051 85%91% Programme 2 Survey & Mapping Survey & Mapping 105 621 86 910 105 443 82%82% Programme 3 Cadastral Surveys Cadastral Surveys 141 352 120 155 92 316 85%130% Programme 4 Restitution Restitution 3 589 376 3 379 000 3 289 492 94%102% Programme 5 Land Reform Land Reform 1 635 682 1 308 996 1 6220 943 80%81% Programme 6 Spatial Planning & Info Spatial Planning & Info 22 206 16 657 14 803 75%113% Programme 7 Auxiliary & Ass. Serv Auxiliary & Ass. Serv 12 593 4 842 12 520 38%39% TOTAL 5 928 269 5 272 820 5 524 568 89%95%

36 Business Unusual!36 SPENDING VS BUDGET PER ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION BUDGET2007/08 R ‘000 EXPENDITUR E UNTIL FEB ’08 R’000PROJECTION UNTIL FEB ’08 R’000% EXP VS BUDGET% PROJ Compensation of employees 509 859 431 448 447 297 85%96% Goods and services 706 700 547 696 603 215 78%91% Financial transactions in A & L - 1 907 --- Transfers – Current transfers 15 378 11 397 14 043 74%81% Transfers – Capital transfers 3 751 539 3 508 563 3 701 476 94%95% Land and Subsoil Assets 850 207 719 523 684 903 85%105% Capital assets – Operations 94 586 52 286 73 592 55%78% TOTAL 5 928 269 5 272 820 5 524 568 89%95%

37 Business Unusual!37 PROGRAMMEBUDGET2007/08R’000MTEF2008/09R’000MTEF2009/10R’000MTEF2010/11R’000 PROGRAMME 1 Administration Administration 421 439 434 582 454 961 455 100 Programme 2 Survey and Mapping Survey and Mapping 105 621 88 189 95 053 100 756 Programme 3 Cadastral Surveys Cadastral Surveys 141 352 105 334 110 868 117 520 Programme 4 Restitution Restitution 3 589 376 3 097 305 1 648 465 1 326 066 Programme 5 Land Reform Land Reform 1 635 682 2 888 469 3 603 789 4 102 016 Programme 6 Spatial Planning & Info Spatial Planning & Info 22 206 32 286 34 194 36 246 Programme 7 Auxiliary & Ass. Serv Auxiliary & Ass. Serv 12 593 13 231 14 025 49 867 TOTAL 5 928 269 6 659 396 5 961 335 6 187 571 MTEF ALLOCATIONS PER PROGRAMME

38 Business Unusual!38 MTEF ALLOCATIONS PER PROGRAMME 2007/08 Land Reform 28% Restitution 61%

39 Business Unusual!39 BUDGET 2007/08, MTEF FOR THE NEXT 3 YEARS ALLOCATION PER PROGRAMME

40 Business Unusual!40 Budget Allocation For the year Exp. To Feb ‘08 Projected Exp. To Feb ‘08 % spent vs. Budget % spent vs. Proj. Operational Costs 340 377 253 860 247 605 75%103% Transfer Payments 3 246 764 3 114 057 3 041 887 96%102% Land and Subsoil 2 235 11 083 -496%- Total 3 589 376 3 379 000 3 289 492 94%103% PROGRAMME 4: RESTITUTION 2007/08 SPENDING UNTIL FEBRUARY 2008

41 Business Unusual!41 Budget Allocation For the Year Exp. To Feb ‘08 Projected Exp. To Feb ‘08 % spent vs. Budget % spent vs. Proj. Proj. Operational Costs 282 936 206 050 276 451 73%75% Transfer Payments 504 774 394 506 659 589 78%60% Land and Subsoil 847 972 708 440 684 903 84%103% Total 1 635 682 1 308 996 1 620 493 80%81% PROGRAMME 5: LAND REFORM 2007/08 SPENDING UNTIL FEBRUARY 2008

42 Business Unusual!42 3 land Delivery Scenarios: SCENARIO 1 SCENARIO 1 The first scenario relates to planning based on the current MTEF, in terms of which the Department will be able to deliver land as follows: 2008/2009 financial year: Within the baseline of R2 616b the Department will only be able to deliver 647 125 hectares. Set against the target of 1.5 m hectares an additional R2 325b is needed. 2008/2009 financial year: Within the baseline of R2 616b the Department will only be able to deliver 647 125 hectares. Set against the target of 1.5 m hectares an additional R2 325b is needed. 2010/2011 financial year: Within the baseline of R3 008b the Department will only be able to deliver 791 205 hectares. Set against the target of 2.8 m hectares an additional R7 120b is needed. 2010/2011 financial year: Within the baseline of R3 008b the Department will only be able to deliver 791 205 hectares. Set against the target of 2.8 m hectares an additional R7 120b is needed. 2011/2012 financial year: Within the baseline of R3 189b the Department will only be able to deliver 786 094 hectares. Set against the target of 3.8 m hectares an additional R11 901b is needed. 2011/2012 financial year: Within the baseline of R3 189b the Department will only be able to deliver 786 094 hectares. Set against the target of 3.8 m hectares an additional R11 901b is needed. CONCLUSION

43 Business Unusual!43 Scenario 2 Scenario 2 The second scenario assumes an incremental approach, where the Department will be able to deliver the remaining 21.4 million ha by 2014. It assumes that the current baseline will be increased to the corresponding number of hectares to be delivered per year. The second scenario assumes an incremental approach, where the Department will be able to deliver the remaining 21.4 million ha by 2014. It assumes that the current baseline will be increased to the corresponding number of hectares to be delivered per year. Incremental approach for 30% target: 2008 - 2014 Scenario 3 Scenario 3 The third scenario assumes that with no additional budget except that of the MTEF allocation (and based on a 6% escalation in the outer years till 2014), the average number of hectares that can be delivered is 809 623. Thus, the required delivery of 22m hectares will (based on this scenario) take 17 years (by the year 2025). The third scenario assumes that with no additional budget except that of the MTEF allocation (and based on a 6% escalation in the outer years till 2014), the average number of hectares that can be delivered is 809 623. Thus, the required delivery of 22m hectares will (based on this scenario) take 17 years (by the year 2025). 30% target by 2025 – linear approach (2008/09 – 2016/17)

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