National Government Handbook - South Africa 2021

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THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT HANDBOOK SOUTH AFRICA 2021

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NATIONAL GOVERNMENT SEVENTH EDITION

HANDBOOK SOUTH AFRICA 2021 A complete guide to national government in South Africa PUBLISHED BY

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SEVENTH EDITION EDITOR Olivia Main • ART DIRECTOR Clare Schenk • ASSISTANT EDITOR Karen Muller NATIONAL SALES MANAGER Jan Weiss PROJECT SALES Brian Murwira, Dennis Motingwe, Graeme February, Joy Voss, Michael Makhawu, Reginald Motsoahae PICTURE CREDITS Front cover: Shutterstock.com / Daniel M Ernst; Sopotnicki; Ava Peattie PUBLISHER Yes! Media • CEO Deon Muller TEL +27 21 447 6467 • EMAIL info@yesmedia.co.za • WEBSITE www.yesmedia.co.za POSTAL ADDRESS PO Box 44383, Claremont, 7735, South Africa PHYSICAL ADDRESS Suite 20-301B, Waverley Business Park, Kotzee Road, Mowbray, 7700 The National Government Handbook: South Africa is published annually by Yes! Media. All copyright in the material appearing in this publication belongs to Yes! Media and/or the individual contributors. Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the editor or Yes! Media. No responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions in the contents of the publication. The National Government Handbook: South Africa ISSN 2411-7811

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TABLE OF BOOKMARKS

TABLE OF BOOKMARKS

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Message from the Publisher

15

Contents

17

Methodology, Sources and Acknowledgements

19

Overview of National Government in South Africa

22

Audit Outcomes

31

Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure

36

Alphabetical Index of Departments and Public Entities

225

ADVERTISERS Adapt IT

30

Altron Systems Integration

27

BBF Safety

38

BBF Safety

224

BHBW SA (Pty) Ltd

91

CaseWare Africa

30

CAT Admin Services

97

CIPS Southern Africa

25

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Cranefield College Department of Mineral Resources and Energy ESET Southern Africa

143 18 137 226

Lemaitre Safety Footwear

38

Lemaitre Safety Footwear

224

LSF Brokers

57

Maluti TVET College

97

Munsoft

29

National Association of Automotive Component & Allied Manufacturers (NAACAM)

91

National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA)

143

Nedbank

20

Ombudsman for Banking Services

34

Pelchem

16

SABS

161

Sentech

119

South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) South African National Energy Development Institute (Sanedi) Telkom Business Connexion

14 139 12

Toyota

50

Umgeni Water

179

Vungu Properties

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National Assembly (NA)

41

National Council of Provinces (NCOP)

47

The Presidency

58

National Departments Civilian Secretariat for Police Service (CSPS)

83

Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD)

110

Department of Basic Education (DBE)

182

Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT)

115

Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG)

63

Department of Correctional Services (DCS)

74

Department of Defence (DoD)

74

Department of Employment and Labour (DEL)

184

Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment (DFFE)

123

Department of Health (DoH)

188

Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET)

191

Department of Home Affairs (DHA)

77

Department of Human Settlements (DHS)

127

Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO)

66

Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DoJ&CD)

78

Department of Military Veterans (DMV)

75

Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE)

131

Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME)

59

Department of Police (SAPS)

82

Department of Public Enterprises (DPE)

89

Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA)

94

Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI)

67

Department of Science and Innovation (DSI)

140

Department of Small Business Development (DSBD)

147

Department of Social Development (DSD)

212

Department of Sport, Arts and Culture (DSAC)

214

Department of Tourism (DT)

148

Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic)

150

Department of Traditional Affairs (DTA)

71

Department of Transport (DOT)

162

Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS)

171

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Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities (DWYPD)

60

Government Communication and Information System (GCIS)

61

Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID)

83

National School of Government (NSG)

95

National Treasury

96

Office of the Chief Justice (OCJ)

84

Public Service Commission (PSC)

49

State Security Agency (SSA)

87

Statistics South Africa (Stats SA)

61

Constitutional Bodies Auditor-General South Africa (AGSA)

49

Commission for Gender Equality (CGE)

52

Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities

53

Electoral Commission (IEC) of South Africa

53

Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC)

54

Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA)

115

Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB)

64

Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB)

55

Public Protector South Africa

55

South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC)

56

Judicial Institutions Commission on Restitution of Land Rights

111

Constitutional Court of South Africa

85

Judicial Service Commission (JSC)

85

Land Claims Court (LCC)

86

Master of the High Court of South Africa

78

National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa (NPA)

79

South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC)

79

Supreme Court of Appeal

86

Public Entities /State Owned Entities .za Domain Name Authority (ZADNA)

116

Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf)

141

Accounting Standards Board (ASB)

98

African Renaissance and International Cooperation Fund (ARF)

67

Agrément South Africa (ASA)

68

Agricultural Produce Agents Council (APAC)

111

Agricultural Research Council (ARC)

111

Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS)

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Alexkor SOC Limited

89

Amatola Water

171

Armaments Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (ARMSCOR)

75

Blind SA

215

Bloem Water

172

Boxing South Africa

216

Brand South Africa

62

Breede-Gouritz Catchment Management Agency

173

Broadband Infraco

117

Castle Control Board

76

Central Energy Fund SOC Ltd (CEF)

132

Centre for Public Service Innovation (CPSI)

95

Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA)

185

Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS)

127

Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC)

151

Companies Tribunal

151

Compensation Fund (CF)

185

Competition Commission

152

Competition Tribunal

153

Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB)

69

Co-operative Banks Development Agency (CBDA)

99

Council for Geoscience (CGS)

133

Council for Medical Schemes (CMS)

189

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)

141

Council for the Built Environment (CBE)

69

Council on Higher Education (CHE)

192

Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA)

164

Denel

90

Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA)

99

Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC)

182

Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA)

70

Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd

90

Estate Agency Affairs Board of South Africa (EAAB)

128

Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (ECIC)

153

Film and Publication Board (FPB)

117

Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC)

100

Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA)

100

Government Employees Medical Scheme (GEMS) Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF)

96 107

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Government Pensions Administration Agency (GPAA)

101

Government Printing Works (GPW)

77

Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC)

102

Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)

189

Housing Development Agency (HDA)

129

Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)

142

Independent Development Trust (IDT)

71

Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA)

102

Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)

154

Ingonyama Trust Board

112

Inkomati-Usuthu Catchment Management Agency (IUCMA)

173

International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC)

154

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

124

Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa (Land Bank)

103

Legal Aid South Africa

80

Lepelle Northern Water

174

Magalies Water

174

Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA)

63

Mhlathuze Water

175

Mine Health and Safety Council (MHSC)

134

Mintek

134

Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent (MISA)

65

National Advisory Council on Innovation (NACI)

144

National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC)

112

National Archives and Records Service of South Africa (NARSSA)

216

National Arts Council of South Africa (NAC)

217

National Consumer Commission (NCC)

155

National Consumer Tribunal (NCT)

156

National Credit Regulator (NCR)

156

National Development Agency (NDA)

213

National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC)

186

National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa (NEMISA)

118

National Empowerment Fund (NEF)

157

National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA)

135

National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF)

217

National Gambling Board (NGB)

157

National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS)

190

National Heritage Council South Africa (NHC)

218

National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC)

129

National House of Traditional Leaders

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National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS)

193

National Library of South Africa (NLSA)

219

National Lotteries Commission (NLC)

158

National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA)

159

National Nuclear Regulator (NNR)

136

National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS)

159

National Research Foundation (NRF)

144

National Skills Fund (NSF)

193

National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS)

194

National Youth Development Agency (NYDA)

60

Office of the Ombud for Financial Services Providers (FAIS Ombud)

103

Office of the Pension Funds Adjudicator (OPFA)

104

Office of the Tax Ombud (OTO)

105

Onderstepoort Biological Products (OBP)

113

Overberg Water Board

176

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA)

165

Performing Arts Centre of the Free State (PACOFS)

219

Perishable Products Export Control Board (PPECB)

113

Petroleum, Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa (PetroSA)

136

Ports Regulator of South Africa

165

President's Fund

80

Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA)

84

Productivity SA

187

Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd (PIC)

105

Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO)

194

Railway Safety Regulator (RSR)

166

Rand Water

176

Road Accident Fund (RAF)

167

Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)

167

Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC)

168

Sasria SOC Ltd

106

Sedibeng Water

177

SENTECH

118

Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA)

147

Small Enterprise Finance Agency (SEFA)

148

Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA)

131

South African Airways (SAA)

92

South African Board for Sheriffs

81

South African Broadcasting Corporation SOC Limited (SABC)

120

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South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)

160

South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA)

169

South African Council for Educators (SACE)

183

South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP)

145

South African Council for Social Service Professions (SACSSP)

213

South African Diamond and Precious Metals Regulator (SADPMR)

137

South African Express SOC Ltd (SA Express)

92

South African Forestry Company SOC Limited (SAFCOL)

93

South African Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA)

220

South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS)

221

South African Library for the Blind (SALB)

221

South African Local Government Association (SALGA)

65

South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA)

169

South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC)

191

South African National Accreditation System (SANAS)

162

South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI)

125

South African National Council for the Blind

222

South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI)

137

South African National Parks (SANParks)

125

South African National Space Agency (SANSA)

145

South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (NECSA)

138

South African Post Office (SAPO)

121

South African Postbank (SOC) Ltd

121

South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) South African Reserve Bank (SARB)

195 58

South African Revenue Service (SARS)

106

South African Social Security Agency (SASSA)

214

South African Tourism

149

South African Veterinary Council (SAVC)

114

South African Weather Service

126

Special Investigating Unit (SIU)

81

State Diamond Trader

140

State Information Technology Agency (SITA)

122

Technology Innovation Agency (TIA)

146

Telkom

122

The South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL)

170

Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority (TCTA)

177

Transnet SOC Ltd

93

Umalusi - Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training

183

Umgeni Water

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Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa (USAASA)

123

Universities South Africa (USAf)

196

Water Research Commission (WRC)

178

Sector Education and Training Authorities Agricultural Sector Education and Training Authority (AgriSETA)

196

Banking Sector Education and Training Authority (BANKSETA)

197

Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA)

198

Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA)

198

Culture, Arts, Tourism, Hospitality and Sport Sector Education and Training Authority (CATHSSETA)

199

Education, Training and Development Practices Sector Education and Training Authority (ETDP SETA)

200

Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA)

200

Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority (FP&M SETA)

201

Finance and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Fasset)

202

Food and Beverage Manufacturing Industry Sector Education and Training Authority (FoodBev SETA)

202

Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA)

203

Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (Inseta)

203

Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority (LGSETA)

204

Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services Sector Education and Training Authority (merSETA)

205

Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA)

205

Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA)

206

Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority (PSETA)

206

Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority (SASSETA)

207

Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SSETA)

208

Transport Education Training Authority (TETA)

208

Wholesale and Retail Sector Education and Training Authority (W&RSETA)

209

Universities

210

Universities of Technology

210

Public TVET Colleges Galleries, Museums and Theatres

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e are proud to publish the seventh annual edition of The National Government Handbook: South Africa.

FOREWORD

MESSAGE FROM THE PUBLISHER To our knowledge, it remains the only comprehensive annual guide to all government departments and entities that comprise the national sphere of government in South Africa. Together with our other publications, The Local Government Handbook: South Africa and The Provincial Government Handbook: South Africa, the Handbooks consolidate, summarise and profile more than 850 government departments, public entities and municipalities in all spheres of government. The information in the Handbook is compiled from a variety of sources, such as annual reports, websites and other public documentation. We also conduct comprehensive email and telephonic surveys to verify the information. Some departments and entities are more responsive than others, ensuring a more accurate representation. A complete explanation of our sources and research methods can be found on page 9. The Handbook is the sister-publication of our website – nationalgovernment.co.za. The website contains all the information included in the Handbook and is updated on a continuous basis. If you are referencing the kind of data that is susceptible to frequent change it is advisable to check the website for the most current information. It also includes direct links to source documentation, especially annual reports. The public entities listed in this book do not necessarily constitute a complete list. We endeavour to include all relevant public entities, focusing on those that are clearly operational, with available documentation, audit results and so forth. We trust that you will find the information useful and that the publication and website add a valuable source of consolidated and easy-to-access government information to the South African publishing landscape.

FIND US ONLINE AT NATIONALGOVERNMENT.CO.ZA ALL THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS PUBLICATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR USER-FRIENDLY WEBSITE, UPDATED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

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Index of Departments and Entities

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CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

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JUSTICE AND PROTECTION SERVICES

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FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

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ECONOMIC SERVICES AND INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

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SOCIAL SERVICES

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CONTENTS

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ADVERTISERS Adapt IT Altron Systems Integration BBF Safety BHBW SA (Pty) Ltd

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National Association of Automotive Component & Allied Manufacturers (NAACAM) National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA)

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CaseWare Africa

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Nedbank

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CAT Admin Services

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Ombudsman for Banking Services

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CIPS Southern Africa Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Cranefield College

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SABS Sentech

Department of Mineral Resources and Energy

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South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC)

ESET Southern Africa

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South African National Energy Development Institute (Sanedi)

Lemaitre Safety Footwear

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Telkom Business Connexion

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LSF Brokers

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Toyota

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Maluti TVET College

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Umgeni Water

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Munsoft

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Vungu Properties

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e have taken care to collect, capture and cross-reference the information contained in the Handbook as accurately as possible. It should, however, be recognised that some types of information listed change frequently. It is inevitable that some of the information will be incorrect at source or become outdated during and after publication. We, therefore, take no responsibility for the accuracy of the information in the Handbook. The Handbook is the sister-publication of the website – nationalgovernment.co.za. The website displays more extensive information than the Handbook, and is updated throughout the year. Where practical, the website references and links to original source reports. If you notice any errors or omissions, contact us at info@nationalgovernment.co.za so that we may correct the website and future editions of the Handbook.

STRUCTURE OF THE HANDBOOK The Handbook is structured hierarchically. Departments and public (state-owned) entities are listed primarily according to reporting structure. At the first level, all departments and public entities are arranged by government ‘cluster’. We have generally followed the naming and organisation of clusters as contained in the Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended 31 March 2020 (ISBN: 978-0-621-48782-4) published by the National Treasury. The clusters are: • Central Government Administration • Justice and Protection Services • Financial and Administration Services • Economic Services and Infrastructure Development • Social Services. Within clusters, departments are organised alphabetically, followed by the public entities that report to them. A full index of departments and public entities is provided on the inside back cover. After the 2019 General Government Elections, various national departments were consolidated and reorganised under new names and ministries. We note that the financial records and results for these departments have not been consolidated as at the end of the 2019/20 financial year, and are still reported according to the old organisation. We have included appropriate notes and results according to the old organisation where relevant.

SOURCES AND RESEARCH METHOD Contact details, overviews and particulars of office bearers are updated primarily via an annual survey that we conduct with all departments and public entities. The latest survey took place from February 2021 to May 2021. The information should be considered up to date during this period. While we go to great effort to gather complete and accurate information, some departments and public entities are more responsive than others. Where possible, we cross-reference against their website and annual reports, as well as news reports and other credible sources.

PUBLIC/STATE-OWNED ENTITIES The list of public entities in the Handbook is not necessarily complete. The 2013 report of the Presidential Review Committee

SOURCES

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on State-Owned Entities noted that, after a two-year macro-review of all public entities in South Africa, the Committee was unable to produce an exhaustive list of public entities, especially at the provincial and municipal level. We endeavour to include all that are relevant, focusing on those that are clearly operational, with available documentation and audit results.

AUDIT OUTCOMES Audit outcomes are sourced from the Consolidated general report on national and provincial audit outcomes, PFMA, published annually by the Auditor-General South Africa (AGSA). The full reports are available from AGSA’s offices or at agsa.co.za. The terminology used is described by AGSA as follows: Clean audit outcome: The financial statements are free from material misstatements (in other words, a financially unqualified audit opinion) and there are no material findings on reporting on performance objectives or non-compliance with legislation. Financially unqualified with findings: The financial statements contain no material misstatements. Unless the Auditor-General expresses a clean audit outcome, findings have been raised on either reporting on predetermined objectives or non-compliance with legislation, or both these aspects. Qualified audit opinion: The financial statements contain material misstatements in specific amounts, or there is insufficient evidence for the Auditor-General to conclude that specific amounts included in the financial statements are not materially misstated. Adverse audit opinion: The financial statements contain material misstatements that are not confined to specific amounts, or the misstatements represent a substantial portion of the financial statements. Disclaimer of audit opinion: The auditee provided insufficient evidence in the form of documentation on which to base an audit opinion. The lack of sufficient evidence is not confined to specific amounts, or represents a substantial portion of the information contained in the financial statements.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION Financial information is sourced from the annual reports of the departments and public entities. Links to the full annual reports are available on our website – nationalgovernment.co.za. When referencing, take note of the following: • All financial values are in thousands, indicated by ‘R’000’. • Zero values are indicated as ‘–’. • Values displayed as ‘n/a’ indicate the value was not available to us, or is not applicable. In some instances, the annual reports do not match the standardised format we use to display information. In these cases we have either adapted the information or left the values as ‘n/a’. Refer to the annual reports where required.

PHOTOGRAPHS OF OFFICE BEARERS Photographs of office bearers have either been supplied by the departments or public entities, or sourced from their website or annual reports, or sourced from the Government Information and Communication System (GCIS).

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OVERVIEW

A CONSTITUTIONAL OVERVIEW OF NATIONAL GOVERNMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA

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outh Africa is a constitutional democracy with a threetier system of government and an independent judiciary. The powers of the lawmakers (legislative authorities), government (executive authorities) and courts (judicial authorities) are separate from one another. Government consists of national, provincial and local spheres. The national, provincial and local levels of government all have legislative and executive authority in their own spheres. It is a stated intention in the Constitution that the country should be run on a system of cooperative governance. The three spheres of government are defined in the Constitution as ‘distinctive, interdependent and interrelated’.

LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY Parliament Parliament is the legislative authority of South Africa and has the power to make laws for the country in accordance with the Constitution. It consists of the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces (NCOP). Parliamentary sittings are open to the public.

National Legislative Process Any Bill may be introduced in the National Assembly. Only a Cabinet member, Deputy Minister or a member of the National Assembly may introduce a Bill. Money bills may only be introduced by the Cabinet member responsible for financial matters. A Bill passed by the National Assembly must be referred to the NCOP for consideration. If the NCOP rejects a Bill, or passes it subject to amendments, the National Assembly must reconsider the Bill and pass it again, with or without amendments. There are special conditions for the approval of laws dealing with provinces. A Bill affecting the provinces may be introduced in the NCOP. After the NCOP passes such a Bill, it must be referred to the National Assembly. After the Bill has been passed by the National Assembly and the NCOP, the President must either assent to and sign the Bill or, if the President has reservations about the constitutionality of the Bill, refer it back to the National Assembly for reconsideration. Once a Bill is passed into law it is called an Act.

NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

National Assembly

The Presidency

The National Assembly is elected to represent the people and to ensure democratic governance as required by the Constitution. It does this by electing the President, providing a national forum for public consideration of issues, passing legislation, and scrutinising and overseeing executive action.

The President is the Head of State and the head of the national executive. The executive authority of the state is vested in the President. The President exercises this executive authority, together with the other members of Cabinet.

The National Assembly consists of 400 members elected through a system of proportional representation. The National Assembly is elected for a term of five years. It is presided over by a Speaker and a Deputy Speaker, who are elected from among its members. The administrative function is delegated to the Secretary to Parliament in terms of the Parliamentary Service Act.

National Council of Provinces (NCOP) The NCOP is constitutionally mandated to ensure that provincial interests are taken into account in the national sphere of government. It does this mainly by participating in the national legislative process and by providing a national forum for public consideration of issues affecting the provinces. The NCOP consists of 90 provincial delegates; 10 delegates for each of the nine provinces. A provincial delegation consists of six permanent delegates and four special delegates. The permanent delegates are appointed by the nine provincial legislatures. The four special delegates consist of the Premier of the province and three other special delegates selected by each province from Members of the Provincial Legislature, and are rotated depending on the subject matter being considered by the NCOP. The NCOP is presided over by a Chairperson and a Deputy Chairperson elected from among the delegates.

Elections National and provincial elections are held once every five years. All South African citizens over the age of 18 are eligible to vote. The Constitution places all elections and referendums in the country in all three spheres of government under the control of an Independent Electoral Commission, established in terms of the Constitution and the Electoral Commission Act.

He or she is elected by the National Assembly from among its members, and must lead the country in the interest of national unity, in accordance with the Constitution and the law. The President appoints the Deputy President from among the members of the National Assembly. The Deputy President assists the President in executing government functions. The President’s powers and responsibilities include, among others: signing Bills into power; summoning the National Assembly or NCOP to extraordinary sittings; making various appointments provided for in the Constitution and in other legislation; appointing commissions of enquiry; calling a national referendum in terms of an Act of Parliament; appointing ambassadors and other diplomatic representatives; pardoning offenders and conferring honours.

Cabinet The Cabinet consists of the President, the Deputy President and ministers. The President appoints the Deputy President and ministers, assigns their powers and functions, and may also dismiss them. The President may appoint any number of ministers from the members of the National Assembly as well as two additional ministers from outside the members of the National Assembly. The President appoints a member of Cabinet to be the leader of government business in the National Assembly. The Deputy President and Ministers are responsible for the powers and functions of the executive assigned to them by the President. Members of Cabinet are accountable collectively and individually to Parliament for the exercise of their powers and the performance of their functions, and must provide Parliament with full and regular reports concerning matters under their control.

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The President may appoint any number of deputy ministers from the members of the National Assembly as well as two additional deputy ministers from outside the members of the National Assembly. Deputy ministers are not considered part of the Cabinet.

JUDICIAL SYSTEM Courts The judicial authority of the country is vested in the courts, which are independent and subject only to the Constitution and the law. The Chief Justice is the head of the judiciary and exercises responsibility over the establishment and monitoring of norms and standards for the exercise of the judicial functions of all courts. The Constitution provides for the: • Constitutional Court • Supreme Court of Appeal • High Court • Magistrate’s Courts, and • any other court established by an Act of Parliament. The Constitutional Court is the highest court in South Africa. It consists of the Chief Justice, the Deputy Chief Justice and nine other judges. It decides primarily constitutional matters, but it may also hear other matters of law which are of general public importance that it itself may decide is in its jurisdiction.

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Deputy Ministers

JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION (JSC) The Constitution establishes a Judicial Service Commission consisting of: • the Chief Justice (who presides) • the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal • one Judge President designated by the Judges President • the Cabinet member responsible for justice • two practising advocates nominated by the profession and appointed by the President • two practising attorneys nominated by the profession and appointed by the President • one teacher of law at a South African university • six members of the National Assembly, at least three of opposition parties • four permanent delegates to the National Council of Provinces • four people designated by the President after consulting the leaders of all the parties in the National Assembly • the Judge President of the Division and the Premier of the province (when considering matters relating to a specific Division of the High Court). The Judicial Service Commission advises the national government on any matter relating to the judiciary or the administration of justice, including the appointment of judges. The Commission determines its own procedures, but decisions must be supported by a majority of its members.

Judicial Officers The Supreme Court of Appeal consists of a President, a Deputy President and a number of judges of appeal as determined by the Superior Courts Act. It decides appeals in any matter arising from the High Court of South Africa. The High Court of South Africa may decide any matter except one that the Constitutional Court has agreed to hear directly, as well as any other matter not assigned to another court by an Act of Parliament. The High Court consists of nine provincial Divisions. Each Division has a Judge President, one or more Deputy Judges President and a number of judges as determined by the Superior Courts Act.

The President, after consultation with the Judicial Service Commission and the leaders of parties represented in the National Assembly, appoints the Chief Justice and the Deputy Chief Justice. The President, after consulting the Judicial Service Commission, also appoints the President and Deputy President of the Supreme Court of Appeal. The other judges of the Constitutional Court are appointed by the President from a list of nominees prepared by the Judicial Service Commission. The President also appoints the judges of all other courts on the advice of the Judicial Service Commission. (Continued on page 14)

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National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) The Constitution establishes a single national prosecuting authority headed up by a National Director of Public Prosecutions, who is appointed by the President. The National Prosecuting Authority is further governed by the National Prosecuting Authority Act. The National Prosecuting Authority has the power to institute criminal proceedings on behalf of the state, and to carry out any necessary functions incidental to instituting criminal proceedings.

CONSTITUTIONAL INSTITUTIONS The Constitution establishes various independent institutions in order to strengthen constitutional democracy (often referred to as ‘Chapter Nine’ institutions). These institutions are the: • Public Protector • South African Human Rights Commission • Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities • Commission for Gender Equality • Auditor-General • Electoral Commission. These institutions are subject only to the Constitution and the law, and they must be impartial and must exercise their powers and perform their functions without fear, favour or prejudice. They are accountable to the National Assembly, and must report on their activities and the performance of their functions to the National Assembly at least once a year. The Constitution further provides for the establishment of, among others, an Independent Authority to Regulate Broadcasting, a Pan South African Language Board, a Public Service Commission and a Financial and Fiscal Commission.

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Public administration must be governed by the democratic values and principles enshrined in the Constitution, specifically including the following: • A high standard of professional ethics must be promoted and maintained. • Efficient, economic and effective use of resources must be promoted. • Public administration must be development-oriented. • Services must be provided impartially, fairly, equitably and without bias. • People’s needs must be responded to, and the public must be encouraged to participate in policymaking. • Public administration must be accountable. • Transparency must be fostered by providing the public with timely, accessible and accurate information. • Good human resource management and career development practices must be cultivated to maximise human potential. • Public administration must be broadly representative of the South African people, with employment and personnel management practices based on ability, objectivity, fairness, and the need to redress the imbalances of the past to achieve broad representation. The abovementioned principles apply to every sphere of government, all organs of state and public enterprises. The public service must loyally execute the lawful policies of the government of the day. No employee of the public service may be favoured or prejudiced only because that person supports a particular political party or cause.

Public Service Commission The Constitution establishes a Public Service Commission. The functions of the Commission are generally to promote the values and principles set out above and to investigate, monitor and evaluate the public service.

The Commission is accountable to the National Assembly and must report at least once per year to the National Assembly, as well as to the Provincial Legislatures regarding its activities in the provinces.

Department of Public Service and Administration The Department of Public Service and Administration plays a major policy role in establishing norms and standards for the Public Service, which ensures that service delivery mechanisms, integrated systems and access, human resources, institutional development, and governance initiatives are responsive to the needs of the citizens. In terms of the Public Service Act, the Minister of Public Service and Administration is responsible for establishing norms and standards relating to: • the functions of the public service • organisational structures and the establishment of departments and other organisational and governance arrangements in the public service • labour relations, conditions of service and other employment practices for employees • the health and wellness of employees • information management • electronic government in the public service • integrity, ethics, conduct and anti-corruption • transformation, reform, innovation and any other matter to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the public service and its service delivery to the public. The Department oversees the implementation of, among others, the following legislation: the Public Service Act; the State Information Technology Agency (Sita) Act; the Protected Disclosures Act; and the Public Finance Management Act.

SECURITY SERVICES The security services of the country consist of a single defence force, a single police service and any intelligence services established in terms of the Constitution.

Defence The primary object of the defence force is to defend and protect the country, its territorial integrity and its people. A member of Cabinet must be responsible for defence. Only the President may authorise the employment of the defence force. When the defence force is employed for any purpose the President must inform Parliament, promptly and in appropriate detail. The Constitution provides for the establishment of a civilian secretariat for defence to function under the direction of the Cabinet member responsible for defence.

Police The objects of the police service are to: prevent, combat and investigate crime; maintain public order; protect and secure the inhabitants of the country and their property; and uphold and enforce the law. A member of the Cabinet must be responsible for policing and must determine national policing policy after consulting the provincial governments and taking into account the policing needs and priorities of the provinces as determined by the provincial executives. The President appoints the National Commissioner of the police service, to control and manage the police service. The National Commissioner exercises control over and manages the police service in accordance with the national policing policy and the directions of the Cabinet member responsible for policing. The Constitution provides for the establishment of a civilian secretariat for the police service function under the direction of the Cabinet member responsible for policing. (Continued on page 16)

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Intelligence Any intelligence service, other than those of the defence force or police service, may be established only by the President and only in terms of national legislation. The President appoints the head of each such intelligence service and either assumes political responsibility for the control and direction of any of those services, or designates a member of Cabinet to assume that responsibility.

TRADITIONAL LEADERS The Constitution recognises the institution, status and role of traditional leadership. Further enabling legislation establishes a National House of Traditional Leaders as well as a Council of Traditional Leaders.

FINANCE The Constitution provides for a National Revenue Fund into which all money received by the national government must be paid. Money may be withdrawn from the National Revenue Fund only in terms of an appropriation by an Act of Parliament or as a direct charge, if provided for by the Constitution or an Act of Parliament.

Equitable Shares and Division of Revenue The Constitution requires a division of nationally raised resources between national, provincial and local government. This is done each year through the Division of Revenue Bill, which is tabled with the national budget. The Division of Revenue Bill may be enacted only after the provincial governments, organised local government and the Financial and Fiscal Commission have been consulted, and any recommendations of the Financial and Fiscal Commission have been considered. The Bill must take into account: • the national interest • any provision that must be made in respect of the national debt and other national obligations • the needs and interests of the national government, determined by objective criteria • the need to ensure that the provinces and municipalities are able to provide basic services and perform the functions allocated to them • the fiscal capacity and efficiency of the provinces and municipalities • developmental and other needs of provinces, local government and municipalities • economic disparities within and among the provinces • obligations of the provinces and municipalities in terms of national legislation • the desirability of stable and predictable allocations of revenue shares • the need for flexibility in responding to emergencies or other temporary needs, and other factors based on similar objective criteria.

Budgets and Treasury Control National, provincial and municipal budgets and budgetary processes must promote transparency, accountability and the effective financial management of the economy, debt and the public sector. The Constitution provides that a national treasury must be established and that legislation must be passed to ensure both transparency and expenditure control in each sphere of government, by introducing generally recognised accounting practice, uniform expenditure classifications and uniform treasury norms and standards. The national treasury must enforce compliance with these measures and may stop the transfer of funds to an organ of state if that organ of state commits a serious or persistent material breach of those measures.

Financial and Fiscal Commission The Constitution establishes a Financial and Fiscal Commission, which makes recommendations on financial matters to Parliament, provincial legislatures and any other authorities determined by national legislation. The Commission is appointed by the President and consists of: a Chairperson and a Deputy Chairperson; three people selected after consulting the Premiers; two people selected after consulting organised local government; and two other people. Members of the Commission must have appropriate expertise. The Commission must report regularly both to Parliament and to the provincial legislatures.

Central Bank The South African Reserve Bank is the central bank of the country and is regulated in terms of an Act of Parliament. The primary object of the South African Reserve Bank is to protect the value of the currency in the interest of balanced and sustainable economic growth in the country.

THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT ACT (PFMA) The Public Finance Management Act aims to promote the objective of good financial management in order to maximise service delivery through the effective and efficient use of limited resources. The key objectives of the PFMA are to: • modernise the system of financial management in the public sector • enable public sector managers to manage, but at the same time be held more accountable • ensure the timely provision of quality information • eliminate waste and corruption in the use of public assets. The PFMA gives effect to Chapter 13 of the Constitution by establishing legislation that, among other things: • establishes a National Treasury • prescribes measures to ensure transparency and expenditure control in each sphere of government • introduces generally recognised accounting practice, uniform expenditure classifications, and uniform treasury norms and standards • promotes transparency, accountability, and the effective financial management of the economy, debt and the public sector in the budgetary process • prescribes budget formats for all the spheres of government (Continued on page 18)

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(Continued from page 16) • ensures that procurement is done in accordance with a system which is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and costeffective • defines conditions for the issue of guarantees by a government in any sphere • limits exclusion from a provincial revenue fund through an Act of Parliament • determines when and how national government may intervene when an organ of state fails to perform an executive function related to financial management, and circumstances under which funds may be withheld.

The role of these public entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a general rule each public entity will report to a responsible official in the government institution or department which is responsible for its existence.

National Treasury

In May 2010, President Jacob Zuma established the Presidential Review Committee on State-Owned Entities (the PRC). On 20 April 2013, Cabinet accepted the Final Report and the recommendations of the PRC.

The National Treasury is comprised of the Minister of Finance, together with the national department or departments responsible for financial and fiscal matters. The Minister is the head of the National Treasury. The Constitution confers extensive powers on national government to determine the financial management framework over all organs of state, in all spheres of government. National government must, through national legislation, determine uniform treasury norms and standards. The National Treasury is further expected to monitor and enforce these norms. The National Treasury, therefore, not only implements the budget of the national government, but also plays a financial oversight role over other organs of state in all spheres of government.

Accounting Officers The PFMA confers specific responsibilities on Accounting Officers in the public service. These include: • the operation of basic financial management systems, including internal controls in departments and any entities they control • ensuring that departments do not overspend their budgets • reporting on a monthly and annual basis, including the submission of annual financial statements within two months after the end of a financial year • publishing annual reports in a prescribed format, which includes performance reporting. Accounting Officers who are negligent and make no effort to comply with these responsibilities face strict disciplinary sanctions, including dismissal. Similar sanctions apply to treasury officials failing to carry out their responsibilities. Accounting Officers are expected to appoint Chief Financial Officers as part of their senior management to enable them to fulfil these responsibilities. Similar fiduciary responsibilities and sanctions are also outlined for the boards (called accounting authorities) of public entities.

AUDITOR-GENERAL SOUTH AFRICA (AGSA) The Auditor-General of South Africa is the supreme audit institution of South Africa. It is the only institution that, by law, has to audit and report on how the government is spending the South African taxpayers’ money. AGSA annually produces audit reports on all government departments, public entities, municipalities and public institutions. Over and above these entity-specific reports, the audit outcomes are analysed in general reports that cover both the PFMA and Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA) cycles. In addition, reports on discretionary audits, performance audits, and other special audits are also produced.

PUBLIC / STATE-OWNED ENTITIES All government spheres (national, provincial and local) have, through their legislative capacity, the power to establish State-Owned Public Entities (SOEs or public entities).

The legislative environment regulating public entities in South Africa is characterised by a myriad of legislation that is overlapping, conflicting, and fraught with duplicated provisions. Regulatory instruments are applicable depending on the sphere of government in which the entity is established and operates.

The primary mandate of the PRC was to review public entities and to provide recommendations and reforms on these entities across all spheres of government. This intended goal of the PRC and the recommendations is to achieve a balance between national developmental and transformation objectives, improved governance, improved performance and improved service delivery, as well as to achieve the sustainable viability of public entities in alignment with the developmental state aspirations. The PRC undertook a macro-review of all entities (at all government levels) during a 24 month period. A crucial part of the process was to compile a database of all public entities. The PRC report notes that ‘It also became evident that while good progress had been made in documenting national entities, the same did not hold true for those pertaining to the provinces and municipalities. Having taken some of the omissions mentioned into account, we observed that there are approximately 715 entities serving various social and commercial objectives’. (The public entities listed in this book do not constitute a complete list. We endeavour to include the most important public entities in the national sphere, based on available documentation, audit results and so forth.) The Report recommends various major reforms to strengthen public entities. These reforms address matters of overarching strategy, legal and regulatory policy, governance, oversight, establishment or disestablishment of public entities; funding, institutional structures, systems, capacity, as well as critical performance evaluation measures. Cabinet accepted the PRC Report and approved the establishment of an SOE Inter-Ministerial Committee to guide the implementation of the recommendations of the PRC, subject to consultation with the President and the Cabinet. The SOE Inter-Ministerial Committee will also process the various inputs made by Cabinet with regard to those recommendations that require further consideration and discussion. Further, the Presidency and the Inter-Ministerial Committee will ensure that all appropriate institutional arrangements are put in place to ensure effective implementation of the decision. The implementation of the PRC recommendations should be viewed as a reform process or programme, not a one-off event. The PRC proposed a phased implementation approach of the PRC recommendations, with time spans of two years, five years and beyond. Sources: Constitution of the Republic of South Africa In Brief: The Auditor-General of South Africa, published by AGSA Report of the Presidential Review Committee on State-Owned Entities South Africa Yearbook, published by GCIS www.agsa.co.za www.treasury.gov.za

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Department of Police (SAPS) Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR)* Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) Department of Social Development (DSD) Department of Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA)* Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS)* Department of Tourism (DT) Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) Department of Traditional Affairs (DTA) Department of Transport (DOT) Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities (DWYPD) Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) National School of Government (NSG) National Treasury Office of the Chief Justice (OCJ) Public Service Commission (PSC) Statistics South Africa (Stats SA)

Alexkor SOC Limited

Amatola Water Armaments Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (ARMSCOR) Blind SA Bloem Water Boxing South Africa Brand South Africa Breede-Gouritz Catchment Management Agency Broadband Infraco Castle Control Board Central Energy Fund SOC Ltd (CEF) Centre for Public Service Innovation (CPSI)

Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC)

Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) Companies Tribunal Compensation Fund (CF) Competition Commission Competition Tribunal Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Co-operative Banks Development Agency (CBDA) Council for Geoscience (CGS) Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Council for the Built Environment (CBE) Council on Higher Education (CHE) Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA) Denel Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd Estate Agency Affairs Board of South Africa (EAAB) Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (ECIC) Film and Publication Board (FPB) Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA)

Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB) Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB)

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Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA)

Government Pensions Administration Agency (GPAA) Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC)

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Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC)

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Electoral Commission (IEC) of South Africa

Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF) Government Printing Works (GPW)

Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities

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Commission for Gender Equality (CGE)

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Auditor-General South Africa (AGSA)

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Government Employees Medical Scheme (GEMS)

CONSTITUTIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) Housing Development Agency (HDA) Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) Independent Development Trust (IDT) Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA)

AUDIT OUTCOMES

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Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME)

Airports Company South Africa (ACSA)

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Department of Mineral Resources*

Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS)

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Department of Military Veterans (DMV)

Agricultural Research Council (ARC)

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Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DoJ&CD)

Agrément South Africa (ASA)

Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO)

African Renaissance and International Cooperation Fund (ARF)

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Department of Human Settlements (DHS)

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Department of Home Affairs (DHA)

Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET)

Department of Health (DoH)

Accounting Standards Board (ASB)

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Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment (DFFE)

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Department of Energy*

Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf)

Department of Employment and Labour (DEL)

Department of Economic Development (EDD)*

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Department of Defence (DoD)

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Department of Correctional Services (DCS)

Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG)

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Department of Communications (DOC)*

Department of Basic Education (DBE)

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Department of Arts and Culture*

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.za Domain Name Authority (ZADNA)

Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF)*

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PUBLIC / STATE-OWNED ENTITIES

Civilian Secretariat for Police Service (CSPS)

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South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC)

NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS

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Public Protector South Africa

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The Presidency

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Parliament

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INSTITUTION

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AUDIT OUTCOMES

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CLEAN AUDIT

FINANCIALLY UNQUALIFIED WITH FINDINGS

QUALIFIED AUDIT WITH FINDINGS

ADVERSE AUDIT WITH FINDINGS

DISCLAIMER WITH FINDINGS

AUDIT NOT FINALISED AT LEGISLATED DATE

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National Gambling Board (NGB) National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) National Heritage Council South Africa (NHC) National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) National Housing Finance Corporation SOC Ltd (NHFC) National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) National Library of South Africa (NLSA) National Lotteries Commission (NLC) National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA) National Nuclear Regulator (NNR) National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) National Research Foundation (NRF) National Skills Fund (NSF) National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) Office of the Ombud for Financial Services Providers (FAIS Ombud) Onderstepoort Biological Products (OBP)

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Overberg Water Board

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) Performing Arts Centre of the Free State (PACOFS) Perishable Products Export Control Board (PPECB) Petroleum, Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa (PetroSA) Ports Regulator of South Africa President's Fund Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) Productivity SA Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd (PIC) Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) Railway Safety Regulator (RSR)

CLEAN AUDIT

FINANCIALLY UNQUALIFIED WITH FINDINGS

QUALIFIED AUDIT WITH FINDINGS

South African Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA) South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) South African Library for the Blind (SALB) South African Local Government Association (SALGA) South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) South African National Accreditation System (SANAS) South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) South African National Council for the Blind South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) South African National Parks (SANParks) South African National Space Agency (SANSA) South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (NECSA) South African Post Office (SAPO) South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) South African Reserve Bank (SARB) South African Revenue Service (SARS) South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) South African Tourism South African Veterinary Council (SAVC) South African Weather Service State Diamond Trader State Information Technology Agency (SITA) Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) Telkom The South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority (TCTA) Transnet SOC Ltd Umalusi - Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training

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South African Forestry Company SOC Limited (SAFCOL)

Special Investigating Unit (SIU)

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Office of the Pension Funds Adjudicator (OPFA)

South African Express SOC Ltd (SA Express)

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National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF)

South African Diamond and Precious Metals Regulator (SADPMR)

National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA)

South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP)

Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa (USAASA) Universities South Africa (USAf)

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National Empowerment Fund (NEF)

South African Council for Educators (SACE)

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National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa (NEMISA)

South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA)

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National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC)

South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)

National Development Agency (NDA)

South African Broadcasting Corporation SOC Limited (SABC)

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National Credit Regulator (NCR)

South African Board for Sheriffs

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National Consumer Tribunal (NCT)

South African Airways (SAA)

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Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA)

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National Arts Council of South Africa (NAC)

Small Enterprise Finance Agency (SEFA)

National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC)

Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA)

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Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent (MISA)

SENTECH

Mintek

Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)

Umgeni Water Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF)

Water Research Commission (WRC)

ADVERSE AUDIT WITH FINDINGS

DISCLAIMER WITH FINDINGS

AUDIT NOT FINALISED AT LEGISLATED DATE

Mine Health and Safety Council (MHSC)

Mhlathuze Water

Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA)

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Magalies Water

Road Accident Fund (RAF)

Sedibeng Water

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Lepelle Northern Water

Rand Water

Sasria SOC Ltd

Legal Aid South Africa

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Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC)

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Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa (Land Bank)

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC)

Inkomati-Usuthu Catchment Management Agency (IUCMA)

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Ingonyama Trust Board

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Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)

INSTITUTION

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AUDIT OUTCOMES

NEW AUDITEE

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Rhodes University Sol Plaatje University Tshwane University of Technology University of Cape Town University of Fort Hare University of Johannesburg University of KwaZulu-Natal University of Limpopo University of Mpumalanga University of Pretoria University of South Africa University of Stellenbosch University of the Free State University of the Western Cape University of the Witwatersrand University of Venda University of Zululand Vaal University of Technology Walter Sisulu University of Technology and Science

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PUBLIC TVET COLLEGES

Central Johannesburg TVET College Coastal TVET College

CLEAN AUDIT

FINANCIALLY UNQUALIFIED WITH FINDINGS

QUALIFIED AUDIT WITH FINDINGS

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Capricorn TVET College

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Buffalo City TVET College

Northlink TVET College Orbit TVET College Port Elizabeth TVET College

South Cape TVET College South West Gauteng TVET College Taletso TVET College Thekwini TVET College Tshwane North TVET College Tshwane South TVET College Umfolozi TVET College Umgungundlovu TVET College Vhembe TVET College Vuselela TVET College Waterberg TVET College West Coast TVET College Western College for TVET

AUDIT OUTCOMES

GALLERIES, MUSEUMS & THEATRES Amazwi South African Museum of Literature Artscape Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum en -monument Ditsong: Museums of South Africa Freedom Park Iziko Museums of South Africa KwaZulu-Natal Museum Luthuli Museum Market Theatre Foundation National Museum, Bloemfontein Nelson Mandela Museum Robben Island Museum

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Boland TVET College

Northern Cape Urban TVET College

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 2017/18

North-West University

Nkangala TVET College

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Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

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Mangosuthu University of Technology

Mthashana TVET College

Sekhukhune TVET College

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Durban University of Technology

Motheo TVET College

Sedibeng TVET College

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Central University of Technology

Mnambithi TVET College

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Majuba TVET College

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Lovedale TVET College

UNIVERSITIES & UNIVERSITIES OF TECHNOLOGY Cape Peninsula University of Technology

King Sabata Dalindyebo TVET College Letaba TVET College

Wholesale and Retail Sector Education and Training Authority (W&RSETA)

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Transport Education Training Authority (TETA)

Ingwe TVET College

Northern Cape Rural TVET College

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Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SSETA)

Ikhala TVET College

Mopani South TVET College

Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority (SASSETA)

Gert Sibande TVET College

Maluti TVET College

Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA) Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority (PSETA)

False Bay TVET College

Lephalale TVET College

Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services Sector Education and Training Authority (merSETA)

Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA)

Elangeni TVET College

King Hintsa TVET College

Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority (LGSETA)

Ekurhuleni West TVET College

Goldfields TVET College

Food and Beverage Manufacturing Industry Sector Education and Training Authority (FoodBev SETA)

Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (Inseta)

Ekurhuleni East TVET College

Flavius Mareka TVET College

Finance and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Fasset)

Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA) Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority (FP&M SETA)

Ehlanzeni TVET College

Esayidi TVET College

Education, Training and Development Practices Sector Education and Training Authority (ETDP SETA)

Culture, Arts, Tourism, Hospitality and Sport Sector Education and Training Authority (CATHSSETA)

Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA)

Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA)

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Eastcape Midlands TVET College

Banking Sector Education and Training Authority (BANKSETA)

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College of Cape Town for TVET

Agricultural Sector Education and Training Authority (AgriSETA)

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SECTOR EDUCATION & TRAINING AUTHORITIES (SETAS)

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INSTITUTION

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2017/18

2018/19

2019/20

INSTITUTION

South African State Theatre The Playhouse Company uMsunduzi Museum War Museum of the Boer Republics William Humphreys Art Gallery

ADVERSE AUDIT WITH FINDINGS

DISCLAIMER WITH FINDINGS

AUDIT NOT FINALISED AT LEGISLATED DATE

NEW AUDITEE

Refer to p9 for information on sources and definitions of audit outcomes. *The Department has been merged into a new Department. Financial statements and audits have not been consolidated to reflect the new Department. These outcomes relate to the historical department.

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Parliament

R0.0m

-

The Presidency

R1.8m

R4.9m

Civilian Secretariat for Police Service (CSPS)

R0.0m

-

Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF)*

R5.3m

R1.0m

R1.9m

R26.0m

Department of Basic Education (DBE) Department of Communications (DOC)* Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG)

African Renaissance and International Cooperation Fund (ARF) Agrément South Africa (ASA)

NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS

Department of Arts and Culture*

Accounting Standards Board (ASB)

R696.0m R200.0m R5.4m

R0.0m

R19.5m R152.5m

Department of Correctional Services (DCS)

R536.7m

R161.7m

Department of Defence (DoD)

R2 859m R3 624m

2018/19

INSTITUTION

2019/20

2018/19

INSTITUTION

2019/20

UIF&W EXPENDITURE

UNAUTHORISED, IRREGULAR, FRUITLESS AND WASTEFUL EXPENDITURE R2.8m

-

-

-

R0.2m

R3.2m

Agricultural Research Council (ARC)

R22.8m

R2.6m

Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS)

R23.0m

R32.2m

Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) Alexkor SOC Limited Amatola Water Armaments Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (ARMSCOR) Blind SA Bloem Water

R576.4m R329.1m R1.4m

-

n/a

R31.3m

R9.8m

R4.1m

n/a

n/a

R4.1m

R3.8m

Department of Economic Development (EDD)*

-

R0.1m

Boxing South Africa

R1.1m

R0.6m

Department of Employment and Labour (DEL)

R1.5m

R7.9m

Brand South Africa

R7.3m

R15.0m

Department of Energy*

R98.7m R186.6m

Breede-Gouritz Catchment Management Agency

Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment (DFFE)

R1 211m

R76.0m

Broadband Infraco

Department of Health (DoH)

R54.0m

R16.6m

Castle Control Board

Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET)

R0.0m

R34.7m

Central Energy Fund SOC Ltd (CEF)

Department of Home Affairs (DHA)

R11.8m

R27.1m

-

-

Department of Human Settlements (DHS) Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO)

R255.8m R291.2m

Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DoJ&CD)

R341.8m R209.4m

Department of Military Veterans (DMV)

R4.7m

R11.1m

Department of Mineral Resources*

R0.1m

-

Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME)

R0.2m

R0.0m

R317.1m

R26.5m

Department of Police (SAPS)

Centre for Public Service Innovation (CPSI) Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA)

R0.3m

-

Companies Tribunal

R0.0m

-

Compensation Fund (CF)

R36.9m

R17.2m

Competition Commission

R20.0m

R39.2m

Competition Tribunal

R0.0m

R0.1m

Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB)

-

R0.4m

n/a

R1.9m

R0.2m

Co-operative Banks Development Agency (CBDA) Council for Geoscience (CGS)

Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI)

R6.5m

R1.2m

Department of Small Business Development (DSBD)

R0.4m

R0.8m

R15 137m

R11.1m

n/a

-

Department of Social Development (DSD) Department of Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA)*

R0.0m

Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC)

R0.3m R46.9m

-

R1.1m

R0.0m

R0.2m

R17.2m

R5.7m

R0.0m

R14.0m

n/a

R4.4m

Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS)

Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA)

Department of Science and Innovation (DSI)

R11.5m

R0.1m

Department of Public Enterprises (DPE)

Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR)*

n/a R21.4m

Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Council for the Built Environment (CBE) Council on Higher Education (CHE) Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA) Denel

-

-

R18.3m

R16.2m

R1.4m

R5.8m

-

R0.1m

R0.0m

R0.1m

-

R0.1m

R174.0m R460.0m

Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS)*

R0.7m

R0.0m

Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA)

R2.7m

R0.4m

Department of Tourism (DT)

R8.4m

R13.8m

Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC)

R0.0m

R0.0m

Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic)

-

R0.1m

Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA)

n/a

n/a

Department of Traditional Affairs (DTA)

-

-

R2.2m

R65.1m

Department of Transport (DOT) Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities (DWYPD) Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) National School of Government (NSG) National Treasury Office of the Chief Justice (OCJ) Public Service Commission (PSC) State Security Agency (SSA) Statistics South Africa (Stats SA)

R570.2m R1 863m R3.5m

R4.4m

-

R0.0m

R32.8m

R1.8m

-

R0.5m

R95.8m R471.8m

Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities Electoral Commission (IEC) of South Africa Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC) Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA)

Estate Agency Affairs Board of South Africa (EAAB)

R2.4m

R2.4m

-

R0.4m

Film and Publication Board (FPB)

-

R0.4m

Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC)

R0.8m

R2.2m

Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA)

R1.0m

-

n/a

-

Government Employees Medical Scheme (GEMS) Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF)

R0.4m

Government Pensions Administration Agency (GPAA)

R0.1m

R0.3m

Government Printing Works (GPW)

n/a

n/a

R127.0m

R57.4m

Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC) Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) Housing Development Agency (HDA)

-

-

R0.4m

R0.9m

Independent Development Trust (IDT)

R1.2m

R2.5m

Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA)

R21.5m

R131.9m

R0.1m

R0.9m

Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)

Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Ingonyama Trust Board Inkomati-Usuthu Catchment Management Agency (IUCMA)

R45.8m

R21.4m

Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB)

R0.2m

R0.7m

International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC)

Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB)

R6.7m

R5.6m

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

Public Protector South Africa

R0.1m

R7.6m

South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC)

R2.6m

R1.8m

Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa (Land Bank)

.za Domain Name Authority (ZADNA)

-

-

Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf)

-

-

PUBLIC / STATE-OWNED ENTITIES

R13 499m R19 938m

Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (ECIC)

-

CONSTITUTIONAL INSTITUTIONS Auditor-General South Africa (AGSA)

Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd

-

-

R4.0m

R2.1m

n/a

R18.2m

R8.3m

R19.9m

R0.2m

-

R64.3m

R99.1m

R0.3m

R1.3m

n/a

R17.7m

-

-

R2 678m

R6.1m

R1.0m

R1.9m

R15.4m

R0.4m

R0.1m

-

R5.0m

R0.7m

R362.1m

R0.2m

Legal Aid South Africa

R3.9m

R4.8m

Lepelle Northern Water

R12.7m

R7.6m

Magalies Water

R0.0m

R0.4m

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Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA)

-

R39.1m

South African Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA)

R0.4m

R0.8m

Mhlathuze Water

-

R0.0m

South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS)

R1.4m

R0.1m

R34.5m

R21.5m

South African Library for the Blind (SALB)

R11.7m

R0.0m

South African Local Government Association (SALGA)

Mine Health and Safety Council (MHSC) Mintek Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent (MISA)

-

-

R0.0m

R0.2m R76.2m

-

R12.8m

South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA)

R46.9m

R44.3m

R27.4m

South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC)

R0.0m

R0.2m

National Arts Council of South Africa (NAC)

R11.9m

R0.0m

South African National Accreditation System (SANAS)

R12.4m

R13.6m

National Consumer Commission (NCC)

R0.0m

R0.9m

South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI)

R17.9m

R5.3m

-

-

National Credit Regulator (NCR)

R0.0m

R0.5m

National Development Agency (NDA)

National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC)

National Consumer Tribunal (NCT)

R39.1m

R18.1m

National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC)

R8.3m

R10.1m

National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa (NEMISA)

R0.4m

R14.4m

National Empowerment Fund (NEF)

-

-

National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA)

R0.6m

-

National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF)

R3.3m

R1.1m

-

-

National Gambling Board (NGB) National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) National Heritage Council South Africa (NHC)

R776.4m R3 082m R3.9m

R0.1m

South African National Council for the Blind

n/a

n/a

South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI)

R0.0m

R1.7m

South African National Parks (SANParks)

R19.1m

R34.3m

South African National Space Agency (SANSA)

R0.1m

R0.1m

South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (NECSA)

R7.5m R335.1m

South African Post Office (SAPO)

R236.4m R236.7m

South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) South African Reserve Bank (SARB)

-

-

n/a

n/a

South African Revenue Service (SARS)

R340.1m R468.1m

South African Social Security Agency (SASSA)

R102.6m R144.9m

South African Tourism

R50.0m

R94.5m

National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC)

R1.4m

R7.6m

National Housing Finance Corporation SOC Ltd (NHFC)

R6.5m

R2.4m

National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS)

-

R0.0m

Special Investigating Unit (SIU)

R0.1m

R2.2m

National Library of South Africa (NLSA)

-

R2.5m

State Diamond Trader

R1.0m

R0.7m

South African Veterinary Council (SAVC) South African Weather Service

n/a

n/a

R46.0m

R38.6m

-

-

State Information Technology Agency (SITA)

National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA)

R0.0m

-

Technology Innovation Agency (TIA)

National Nuclear Regulator (NNR)

R0.0m

R1.5m

National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS)

R3.2m

R15.4m

The South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) R342.6m R421.9m

National Research Foundation (NRF)

R0.0m

R4.4m

Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority (TCTA)

R29.5m

R4.6m

Transnet SOC Ltd

National Lotteries Commission (NLC)

National Skills Fund (NSF) National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) National Youth Development Agency (NYDA)

R522.3m R3 239m R0.2m

-

Office of the Ombud for Financial Services Providers (FAIS Ombud)

R3.8m

R5.3m

Office of the Pension Funds Adjudicator (OPFA)

R0.2m

-

Onderstepoort Biological Products (OBP)

R2.0m

R12.8m

n/a

R2.9m

Overberg Water Board Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) Performing Arts Centre of the Free State (PACOFS) Perishable Products Export Control Board (PPECB)

R1 360m R3 058m R0.9m

R3.1m

R1.5m

R0.4m

R52.4m

R0.3m

R0.9m

R1.4m

-

-

Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA)

R1.3m

R0.0m

Productivity SA

R0.1m

R0.2m

Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd (PIC)

R9.8m

R4.3m

-

R0.9m

R1.6m

R1.0m

Petroleum, Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa (PetroSA) Ports Regulator of South Africa President's Fund

Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) Railway Safety Regulator (RSR) Rand Water Road Accident Fund (RAF) Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)

R1 639m R667.6m R15.4m

R18.9m

-

-

Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC)

R0.0m

R0.8m

Sasria SOC Ltd

R2.0m

R2.1m

Sedibeng Water

n/a R160.5m

n/a R405.0m R2.8m

-

-

-

Telkom

Umalusi - Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training Umgeni Water

R61.9m

R37.9m

R502.0m R2 105m R7.0m

R1.9m

R151.3m R226.7m

Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF)

R0.4m

R2.3m

Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa (USAASA)

R2.0m

R24.9m

Universities South Africa (USAf) Water Research Commission (WRC)

n/a

n/a

R0.2m

R1.4m

SECTOR EDUCATION & TRAINING AUTHORITIES (SETAS) Agricultural Sector Education and Training Authority (AgriSETA) Banking Sector Education and Training Authority (BANKSETA) Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA)

R0.2m

R5.3m

R1.8m

R2.6m

R7.1m

R26.0m

R557.4m

R79.4m

Culture, Arts, Tourism, Hospitality and Sport Sector Education and Training Authority (CATHSSETA)

R14.2m

R0.4m

Education, Training and Development Practices Sector Education and Training Authority (ETDP SETA)

R0.0m

R0.8m

R29.7m

R4.2m

n/a

R0.7m

R0.1m

R0.1m

Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA)

Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA) Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority (FP&M SETA) Finance and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Fasset) Food and Beverage Manufacturing Industry Sector Education and Training Authority (FoodBev SETA)

-

-

SENTECH

R0.0m

R4.1m

Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA)

R0.4m

R0.0m

Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA)

R0.0m

R1.3m

Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (Inseta)

R0.4m

R0.0m

Small Enterprise Finance Agency (SEFA)

R7.5m

R0.0m

R59.9m

-

Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority (LGSETA)

-

-

R17.6m

R29.2m

R83.3m

R88.1m

Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA) South African Airways (SAA) South African Board for Sheriffs South African Broadcasting Corporation SOC Limited (SABC)

n/a

n/a

-

-

R229.9m R419.0m

Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services Sector Education and Training Authority (merSETA) Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA)

South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)

R17.8m

R11.9m

Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA)

South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA)

R0.5m

R2.2m

Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority (PSETA)

South African Council for Educators (SACE)

R0.2m

-

South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP)

-

-

South African Diamond and Precious Metals Regulator (SADPMR)

R0.2m

R0.1m

n/a

n/a

South African Express SOC Ltd (SA Express) South African Forestry Company SOC Limited (SAFCOL)

UIF&W EXPENDITURE

2018/19

INSTITUTION

2019/20

2018/19

2019/20

INSTITUTION

Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority (SASSETA) Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SSETA)

R0.1m

R0.1m

-

R1.0m

R36.9m

R0.8m

R7.4m

-

-

R1.6m

R10.2m

R12.9m

Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) Wholesale and Retail Sector Education and Training Authority (W&RSETA)

R185.4m R170.4m

The above figures are aggregated totals for Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure. While the figures are aggregated for the purpose of this table, each type of expenditure is distinctly different in nature. Please refer to p9 for definitions and source information. *The Department has been merged into a new Department. Financial statements and audits have not been consolidated to reflect the new Department. These outcomes relate to the historical department.

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BOOKMARKS

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION PARLIAMENT NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (NA)

31 31

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF PROVINCES (NCOP)

37

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (PSC)

39

AUDITOR-GENERAL SOUTH AFRICA (AGSA)

39

COMMISSION FOR GENDER EQUALITY (CGE)

42

COMMISSION FOR THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS OF CULTURAL, RELIGIOUS AND LINGUISTIC COMMUNITIES

43

ELECTORAL COMMISSION (IEC) OF SOUTH AFRICA

43

FINANCIAL AND FISCAL COMMISSION (FFC)

44

PAN SOUTH AFRICAN LANGUAGE BOARD (PANSALB)

45

PUBLIC PROTECTOR

45

SOUTH AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (SAHRC)

46

SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK (SARB)

48

THE PRESIDENCY

48

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION (DPME)

49

DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN, YOUTH AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (DWYPD)

50

NATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NYDA)

50

GOVERNMENT COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM (GCIS)

51

STATISTICS SOUTH AFRICA (STATS SA)

51

BRAND SOUTH AFRICA

52

MEDIA DEVELOPMENT AND DIVERSITY AGENCY (MDDA) DEPARTMENT OF COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE (DCOG)

53 53

MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD (MDB)

54

MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT AGENT (MISA)

55

SOUTH AFRICAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (SALGA)

55

DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COOPERATION (DIRCO) AFRICAN RENAISSANCE AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION FUND (ARF) DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE (DPWI)

56 57 57

AGRÉMENT SOUTH AFRICA

58

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB)

59

COUNCIL FOR THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT (CBE)

59

ENGINEERING COUNCIL OF SOUTH AFRICA (ECSA)

60

INDEPENDENT DEVELOPMENT TRUST (IDT)

61

DEPARTMENT OF TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS (DTA)

61

NATIONAL HOUSE OF TRADITIONAL LEADERS

62

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PARLIAMENT

PHYSICAL: Parliament Street, Cape Town POSTAL: PO Box 15, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 403 2911 FAX: 021 403 8219 WEB: www.parliament.gov.za EMAIL: info@parliament.gov.za

OVERVIEW The national legislature or Parliament consists of two Houses: the National Assembly and National Council of Provinces, whose members are elected by the people of South Africa. Each House has its own distinct functions and powers, as set out in the Constitution. The National Assembly is responsible for choosing the President, passing laws, ensuring that the members of the executive perform their work properly, and providing a forum where the representatives of the people can publicly debate issues. The National Council of Provinces is also involved in the law-making process and provides a forum for debate on issues affecting the provinces. Its main focus is ensuring that provincial interests are taken into account in the national sphere of government. In specific cases, local government representatives also participate in debates in the National Council of Provinces. Parliament plays a direct and active role in national affairs. It is the place where the members of Parliament look after your interests. Members of Parliament (MPs) have many responsibilities, including: making laws that will improve our lives; discussing and debating government policy and other political issues; consulting with you, the people, and representing your views in Parliament; helping people in their constituencies; approving the budgets of government departments, as presented to Parliament by the Minister of Finance; making sure that the work that government promised to do is being done; and checking that public money is being spent wisely.

OFFICE BEARERS Secretary to Parliament: Ms Penelope Tyawa (Acting) Chief Finance Officer: Ms Ruby November (Acting) Division Managers: Ms Ressida Begg (Core Business Support), Ms Fatima Boltman (Information Communication Technology), Dr Leon Gabriel (Knowledge and Information Services), Adv Anthea Gordon (Acting Registrar of Member’s Interests), Mr Vusumuzi Mavuso (Member Support Services), Mr Mpho Mokonyana (Human Resources Management), Mr Ravi Moodley (Strategic Management and Governance), Mr Moloto Mothapo (Parliamentary Communication Services), Ms Sandisiwe Schalk (Legislative Sector

Support), Mr Dumisani Sithole (International Relations and Protocol), Ms Mabatho Zungu (Institutional Support Services) Senior Management: Adv Zuraya Adhikarie (Chief Legal Adviser), Mr Romeo Gilfillan (Acting Chief Audit Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Moloto Mothapo (Spokesperson)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

154 520

168 606

302 145

135 655

121 354

138 714

290 175

289 960

440 859

243 592

255 562

235 709

1 702 058

1 670 812

1 442 004

1 945 650

1 926 374

1 677 713

(1 655 475)

(1 636 414)

(1 236 854)

2 773 202

2 490 987

2 328 871

27 459

30 066

29 284

2 745 743

2 460 921

2 328 871

Total Expenditure

(2 744 794)

(2 700 178)

(2 535 810)

Employee Costs

(1 730 494)

(1 621 226)

(1 479 795)

(18 870)

(225 194)

(250 445)

Operating Activities

(13 771)

(112 261)

3 607

Investing Activities

(12 478)

(21 785)

(32 579)

113 163

148 153

282 311

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596

2017/18

Total Net Assets

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

1 477

1 444

1 414

Posts Filled

1 332

1 310

1 274

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (NA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Parliament Street, Cape Town POSTAL: PO Box 15, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 403 2911 FAX: 021 403 8219 WEB: www.parliament.gov.za EMAIL: info@parliament.gov.za

OVERVIEW The National Assembly (NA) is one of the two Houses of Parliament. The National Assembly is responsible for choosing the President, passing laws, ensuring that the members of the executive perform their work properly, and providing a forum where the representatives of the people can publicly debate issues. The Speaker is the head and spokesperson of the National Assembly. The Speaker has many responsibilities, which include constitutional, statutory (in terms of the law), procedural and administrative powers and functions. The duties of the Speaker fall broadly into three categories, namely: presiding over sittings of the House, maintaining order and applying its rules; acting as representative and spokesperson for the Assembly and (with the Chairperson of the Council) for

SPEAKER MS TR MODISE

DEPUTY SPEAKER MR SL TSENOLI

Parliament; and acting as Chief Executive Officer for Parliament, in conjunction with the Chairperson of the Council.

OFFICE BEARERS 2019 General Election seat allocation: ANC 230, DA 84, EFF 44, IFP 14, VF PLUS 10, ACDP 4, NFP 2, UDM 2, GOOD 2, COPE 2, ATM 2, AIC 2, PAC 1, ALJAMA 1 Speaker: Ms Thandi Ruth Modise (ANC) Deputy Speaker: Mr Solomon Lechesa Tsenoli (ANC)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Members: Ms Phoebe Noxolo Abraham Ms Alexandra Lilian Amelia Abrahams Ms Rachel Cecilia Adams Ms Nombuyiselo Gladys Adoons Ms Laetitia Heloise Arries Mr Shaun Nigel August Mr Michael Bagraim Mr Kopeng Obed Bapela Mr Leonard Jones Basson Mr Darren Bergman Ms Alexandra Jennifer Beukes Ms Nkhensani Kate Bilankulu Mr John Hlengani Bilankulu Ms Tsholofelo Bodlani Adv Bongani Thomas Bongo Ms Mmatlala Grace Boroto Dr Wynand Johannes Boshoff Mr Alvin Botes Ms Tamarin Breedt Adv Glynnis Breytenbach Mr Cilliers Brink Mr David William Bryant Prince Zolile Burns-Ncamashe Mr Norbert Sfiso Buthelezi Prince Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi Mr Elphas Mfakazeleni Buthelezi Ms Sbuyiselwe Angela Buthelezi Mr Ghaleb Kaene Yusuf Cachalia Mr Ndumiso Capa Dr Michael John Cardo Inkosi Russel Nsikayezwe Cebekhulu Mr Bhekokwakhe Hamilton Cele Mr Khanya Ceza Mr Mosa Steve Chabane Mr Makosini Mishack Chabangu Mr Mergan Chetty Ms Lydia Sindisiwe Chikunga Ms Naledi Nokukhanya Chirwa Mrs Michéle Odette Clarke Ms Barbara Dallas Creecy Mr Mathew John Cuthbert Mr Manuel Sim√£o Franca De Freitas Ms Patricia de Lille Mr Jan Naudé De Villiers Ms Heloise Denner Mr Sibongiseni Maxwell Dhlomo Ms Angela Thokozile Didiza Ms Masefako Clarah Dikgale Ms Dikeledi Rosemary Direko Mr Mervyn Alexander Dirks Ms Dorris Eunice Dlakude Mr Nkosinathi Emmanuel Dlamini Mr Marshall Mzingisi Dlamini Mr Sidumo Mbongeni Dlamini Dr Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma Ms Ayanda Dlodlo Ms Beauty Nomvuzo Dlulane Ms Mary-Ann Lindelwa Dunjwa Mr Qubudile Richard Dyantyi Mr Janho Engelbrecht Mr Willem Frederik Faber Ms Zukisa Cheryl Faku Mr Cedric Thomas Frolick Mr Mandlenkosi Phillip Galo Ms Nqabisa Gantsho Ms Annah Gela Dr Dion Travers George Ms Nomalungelo Gina Ms Matshidiso Melina Gomba Ms Mimmy Martha Gondwe Mr Pravin Jamnadas Gordhan Ms Samantha Jane Graham Dr Petrus Johannes Groenewald

Deputy Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Chairperson: Committee on Multi-Party Women’s Caucus

Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs House Chairperson: Internal Arrangements Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

Chairperson: Standing Committee on Appropriations

Minister of Police

Deputy Minister of Public Service and Administration

Minister of Forestry Fisheries and Environment

Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Health Minister of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development

ANC Deputy Chief Whip

Deputy Minister of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister of State Security Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Sports Arts and Culture Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Employment and Labour

House Chairperson: Committees

Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry

Minister of Public Enterprises

ANC DA ANC ANC EFF GOOD DA ANC DA DA ANC ANC ANC DA ANC ANC VF PLUS ANC VF PLUS DA DA DA ANC ANC IFP IFP IFP DA ANC DA IFP ANC EFF ANC EFF DA ANC EFF DA ANC DA DA GOOD DA VF PLUS ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC DA DA ANC ANC AIC ANC ANC DA ANC ANC DA ANC DA VF PLUS

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Mr Ignatius Michael Groenewald

VF PLUS

Mr Hlanganani Siphelele Gumbi

DA

Mr Tshilidzi Thomas Gumbu

ANC

Mr Sibusiso Nigel Gumede

ANC Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Social Development

ANC

Mr Siviwe Gwarube

DA

Mr Bheki Mathews Hadebe

ANC

Ms Xiaomei Havard

ANC

Mr Mogamad Ganief Ebrahim Hendricks

AL JAMA-AH

Ms Judy Hermans

ANC

Ms Madeleine Bertine Hicklin

DA

Mr Geordin Gwyn Hill-Lewis

DA

Mr Nceba Ephraim Hinana Mr Mkhuleko Hlengwa

DA Chairperson: Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA)

Ms Magdalena Duduzile Hlengwa Ms Altia Sthembile Hlongo Ms Khonziwe Ntokozo Fortunate Hlonyana Mr Bantubonke Harrington Holomisa Inkosi Sango Patekile Holomisa Mr Mohammed Haniff Hoosen Mr Werner Horn Mr Christian Hans Heinrich Hunsinger Ms Haseenabanu Ismail Mr Faiez Jacobs

IFP IFP

Deputy Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Mr Kenneth Leonard Jacobs

ANC EFF UDM ANC DA DA DA DA ANC ANC

Mr Tyotyo Hubert James

Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Public Service and Administration

ANC

Mr John Harold Jeffery

Deputy Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

ANC

Ms Tina Monica Joemat-Pettersson

Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Police

ANC

Mr Denis Joseph

DA

Mr Jacques Warren William Julius Ms Pinky Sharon Kekana

DA Deputy Minister of Communications

Mr Thanduxolo David Khalipha

ANC ANC

Ms Thembisile Angel Khanyile

DA

Ms Makoti Sibongile Khawula

EFF

Ms Fikile Eunice Khumalo

ANC

Ms Mirriam Thenjiwe Kibi

ANC

Ms Chantel Valencia King

DA

Ms Noxolo Kiviet

Deputy Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

ANC

Mr Ncediso Goodenough Kodwa

Deputy Minister of State Security

ANC

Ms Dianne Kohler

DA

Ms Rosina Ntshetsana Komane Dr Gerhardus Willem Koornhof

EFF Parliamentary Counsellor to the President

ANC

Ms Semakaleng Patricia Kopane

DA

Mr Hendrik Christiaan Crafford Krüger

DA

Mr Gregory Rudy Krumbock Ms Mmamoloko Tryphosa Kubayi-Ngubane

DA Minister of Tourism

ANC

Ms Nomsa Josephina Kubheka

ANC

Mr Sibusiso Macdonald Kula

ANC

Mr Nqabayomzi Lawrence Saziso Kwankwa

UDM

Mr Ronald Ozzy Lamola

Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

ANC

Mr Thokozani Makhosonke Langa Mrs Rosemary Zoleka Langa-Capa

Deputy Minister: Small Business

EFF ANC

Mr Robert Alfred Lees

DA

Ms Tidimalo Innocentia Legwase

ANC

Mr Mosiuoa Gerard Patrick Lekota

COPE

Ms Regina Mina Mpontseng Lesoma

ANC

Mr Walter Tebogo Letsie

ANC

Mr James Robert Bourne Lorimer

DA

Dr Annelie Lotriet

DA

Ms Marubini Lourane Lubengo

ANC

Mr Bhekizizwe Nivard Luthuli Mr Sahlulele Luzipo

IFP Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources and Energy

ANC

Mr Jerome Joseph Maake

ANC

Ms Bertha Peace Mabe

ANC

Mr Thamsanqa Bhekokwakhe Mabhena

DA

Mr Mandlenkosi Sicelo Mabika

DA

Ms Maidi Dorothy Mabiletsa Mr David Dabede Mabuza

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Mr Mondli Gungubele

ANC Deputy President

ANC

Mr Cameron Mackenzie

DA

Mr Dean William Macpherson

DA

Mr William Mothipa Madisha

COPE

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Mr Brian Sindile Madlingozi

EFF

Ms Phiwaba Madokwe

EFF

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Mr Washington Tseko Isaac Mafanya Ms Nocawe Noncedo Mafu Ms Dikeledi Phillistus Magadzi Mr Khayalethu Elvis Magaxa Mr Gratitude Magwanishe Ms Tandi Mahambehlala Mr Amos Fish Mahlalela Ms Kathleen Dibolelo Mahlatsi Mr Mikateko Golden Mahlaule Ms Nhlagongwe Patricia Mahlo Mr Mbangiseni David Mahlobo Mr Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo Ms Pemmy Castelina Pamela Majodina Mr Fikile Zachariah Majola Mr Thembekile Richard Majola Ms Zandile Majozi Ms Lusizo Sharon Makhubela-Mashele Ms Ponani Petunia Makhubele Mr Sampson Phathakge Makwetla Mr Thlologelo Malatji Mr Mmoba Solomon Malatsi Mr Julius Sello Malema Ms Valentia Thokozile Malinga Ms Vuyisile Promise Malomane Ms Boitumelo Maluleke Mr Jacob Boy Mamabolo Mr Kgwaridi Buti Manamela Ms Jane Seboletswe Mananiso Mr Zwelivelile Mandlesizwe Dalibhunga Mandela Mr Boyce Makhosonke Maneli Ms Jane Manganye Mr Lisa Nkosinathi Mangcu Mr Samson Gwede Mantashe Ms Omphile Mankoba Confidence Maotwe Mr Emmanuel Ramaotoana Kebby Maphatsoe Ms Nosiviwe Noluthando Mapisa-Nqakula Mr Mohlopi Phillemon Mapulane Mr Sarel Jacobus Francois Marais Mr Erik Johannes Marais Ms Thandiswa Linnen Marawu Ms Bridget Staff Masango Ms Nomathemba Hendrietta Maseko-Jele

EFF Deputy Minister of Sports Arts and Culture Deputy Minister of Transport Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on International Relations and Cooperation Deputy Minister of Tourism

Deputy Minister of Human Settlements Water and Sanitation Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Tourism ANC Chief Whip Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry

Deputy Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

Deputy Minister of Higher Education Science and Technology Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Communications

Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

Minister of Defence and Military Veterans Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Higher Education Science and Technology

Ms Ngwanamakwetle Reneiloe Mashabela

ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC DA DA ATM DA ANC EFF

Mr Mfana Robert Mashego Ms Kwati Candith Mashego-Dlamini

ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC DA IFP ANC ANC ANC ANC DA EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC

ANC Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

ANC

Mr Timothy Victor Mashele

ANC

Ms Fikile Andiswa Masiko

ANC

Mr Noko Phineas Masipa

DA

Ms Thabile Sylvia Masondo

ANC

Mr David Masondo

Deputy Minister of Finance

ANC

Mr Godfrey Phumulo Masualle

Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises

ANC

Mr Mkhacani Joseph Maswanganyi

Chairperson: Standing Committee on Finance

ANC

Mr Oscar Masarona Mathafa Mr Cassel Charlie Mathale

ANC Deputy Minister of Police

Mr Elphus Fani Mathebula

ANC

Ms Babalwa Mathulelwa

EFF

Mr Nthako Sam Matiase Mrs Natasha Wendy Anita Mazzone

EFF DA Chief Whip

Ms Thandeka Moloko Mbabama Mr Fikile April Mbalula

ANC

DA DA

Minister of Transport

Ms Simphiwe Gcwele Nomvula Mbatha

ANC ANC

Mr Zakhele Njabulo Mbhele

DA

Ms Bongiwe Pricilla Mbinqo-Gigaba

Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Basic Education

ANC

Mr Tito Titus Mboweni

Minister of Finance

ANC

Mr Simanga Happy Mbuyane

ANC

Mr Lawrence Edward McDonald

ANC

Mr Joseph Job McGluwa Mr Edward Senzo Mchunu

DA Minister of Public Service and Administration

ANC

Ms Thembeka Vuyisile Buyisile Mchunu

ANC

Mr Sibusiso Welcome Mdabe

ANC

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Ms Ntombovuyo Veronica Mente

EFF

Rev Kenneth Raselabe Joseph Meshoe

ACDP

Mr Pieter Mey

VF PLUS

Ms Makgabo Reginah Mhaule

ANC Deputy Minister of Basic Education

Mr Tsepo Winston Mhlongo

ANC DA

Mr Kevin John Mileham

DA

Ms Lindiwe Ntombikayise Mjobo

ANC

Ms Hlengiwe Octavia Mkhaliphi

EFF

Ms Nompendulo Thobile Mkhatshwa

ANC

Dr Zwelini Lawrence Mkhize

Minister of Health

Prof Hlengiwe Buhle Mkhize

Deputy Minister for Women

ANC

Youth and Persons with Disabilities)

ANC

Ms Constance Nonhlanhla Mkhonto

EFF

Ms Jabulile Cynthia Nightingale Mkhwanazi

ANC

Mr Zola Mlenzana

ANC

Mr Thabo Nelson Mmutle

ANC

Ms Raesibe Martha Moatshe

ANC

Ms Moleboheng Modise

ANC

Mr Phillip Matsapole Pogiso Modise Ms Thandi Ruth Modise Mr Desmond Lawrence Moela Ms Mathibe Rebecca Mohlala Ms Shirley Motshegoane Mokgotho Mr Lesiba Ezekiel Molala Ms Mathedi Asnath Molekwa Ms Boitumelo Elizabeth Moloi Mr Mothusi Kenneth Montwedi Mr Patamedi Ronald Moroatshehla Mr Itiseng Kenneth Morolong Ms Linda Nellie Moss Ms Anastasia Motaung Ms Nomasonto Evelyn Motaung Mr Pebane George Moteka Ms Ciliesta Catherine Shoana Motsepe Dr Mathole Serofo Motshekga Mrs Matsie Angelina Motshekga Dr Pakishe Aaron Motsoaledi Mr Terence Skhumbuzo Mpanza Mr Luyolo Mphithi

ANC Speaker

ANC

Deputy Minister of Employment and Labour

Minister of Basic Education Minister of Home Affairs

ANC EFF EFF ANC ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC EFF EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC DA

Mr Gordon Gcinikhaya Mpumza

ANC

Mr Phumeza Theodora Mpushe

ANC

Ms Thembi Portia Msane

EFF

Mr Christian Themba Msimang

IFP

Ms Alice Hlebani Mthembu

ANC

Mr Dumisani Fannie Mthenjane Mr Emmanuel Nkosinathi Mthethwa

EFF Minister of Sport Arts and Culture

ANC

Dr Cornelius Petrus Mulder

VF PLUS

Mr Frederik Jacobus Mulder

VF PLUS

Mr Tshilidzi Bethuel Munyai Ms Azwihangwisi Faith Muthambi

ANC Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

ANC

Ms Nonkosi Queenie Mvana

ANC

Mr Ernest Thokozani Myeni

ANC

Mr Dingaan Jacob Myolwa

ANC

Ms Claudia Nonhlanhla Ndaba

Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

ANC

Ms Stella Tembisa Ndabeni-Abrahams

Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies

ANC

Dr Mbuyiseni Quintin Ndlozi

EFF

Ms Wilma Susan Newhoudt-Druchen

ANC

Mr Sibongiseni Ngcobo

DA

Mr Siphosethu Lindinkosi Ngcobo

IFP

Ms Delisile Blessing Ngwenya

EFF

Ms Nobuhle Pamela Nkabane

ANC

Ms Maite Emily Nkoana-Mashabane

Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

Ms Zanele Nkomo

ANC ANC

Mr Bekizwe Simon Nkosi Mr Duma Moses Nkosi

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Ms Teliswa Mgweba

ANC Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry

Mr Baxolile Babongile Nodada

ANC DA

Ms Nontando Judith Nolutshungu

EFF

Mr Mncedisi Nontsele

ANC

Mr Xola Nqola

ANC

Ms Elsabe Natasha Ntlangwini

EFF

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Ms Nolitha Ntobongwana

Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Public Works

ANC

Mr Madala Louis David Ntombela

House Chairperson: International Relations Acting Minister in the Presidency: Planning Monitoring and Evaluation; Minister of Small Business Development

ANC

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Ms Khumbudzo Phophi Silence Ntshavheni

ANC

Mr Lulama Maxwell Ntshayisa Ms Makhoni Maria Ntuli Mr Thembelani Waltermade Thulas Nxesi Mr Mthokozisi Nkululeko Nxumalo Mr Mzwanele Nyhontso

Minister of Employment and Labour

AIC ANC ANC IFP PAC

Dr Bonginkosi Emmanuel Nzimande

Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology

ANC

Mr Njabulo Bheka Nzuza

Deputy Minister of Home Affairs

ANC

Ms Gizella Opperman

DA

Mr Vuyani Pambo Ms Grace Naledi Mandisa Pandor

EFF Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

ANC

Mr Anthony Hope Mankwana Papo

ANC

Ms Siphokuhle Patrein

ANC

Mr Mogamad Nazier Paulsen

EFF

Ms Ntaoleng Patricia Peacock

ANC

Ms Elizabeth Dipuo Peters Dr Mathume Joseph Phaahla

ANC Deputy Minister of Health

Ms Cheryl Phillips

ANC DA

Ms Carol Mokgadi Phiri

ANC

Ms Makgathatso Charlotte Chana Pilane-Majake

ANC

Mr Kavilan Brandon Pillay

ANC

Ms Emma Louise Powell

DA

Mr Xolisile Shinars Qayiso

ANC

Mr Bhekizizwe Abram Radebe

ANC

Ms Matodzi Mirriam Ramadwa

ANC

Mr Adrian Christopher Roos

DA

Mr Ashor Nick Sarupen

DA

Mr Leon Amos Schreiber

DA

Mr Albert Mammoga Seabi

ANC

Mr Isaac Sello Seitlholo

DA

Mr James Selfe Ms Machwene Rosina Semenya

DA Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

ANC

Ms Nomvuzo Francisca Shabalala

ANC

Mr Ahmed Munzoor Shaik Emam

NFP

Ms Nazley Khan Sharif

DA

Mr Maliyakhe Lymon Shelembe

DA

Mr Henry Andries Shembeni

EFF

Mr Nyiko Floyd Shivambu

EFF

Mr Christopher Howard Mzwakhe Sibisi

NFP

Ms Duduzile Patricia Sibiya

ANC

Ms Nomadewuka Nancy Sihlwayi

ANC

Mr Patrick Sindane

EFF

Mr Narend Singh Ms Lindiwe Nonceba Sisulu

IFP Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

ANC

Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Small Business Development

ANC

Mr Khethamabala Petros Sithole Ms Violet Sizani Siwela

IFP

Mr Elvis Kholwana Siwela Ms Rhulani Thembi Siweya

ANC Deputy Minister in the Presidency

Ms Annacleta Mathapelo Siwisa

EFF

Mr Gijimani Jim Skosana Mr Mcebisi Skwatsha

ANC Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Mr Mxolisa Simon Sokatsha Mr Sakhumzi Stoffels Somyo

ANC ANC

Deputy Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment

ANC

EFF

Ms Eleanore Rochelle Jacquelene Spies Mr John Henry Steenhuisen

ANC

Chairperson: Standing Committee on the Auditor General

Ms Nokulunga Primrose Sonti Ms Makhotso Magdeline Sotyu

ANC

DA Leader of the Opposition

Ms Annette Steyn Mr Dikgang Mathews Stock Mr Dirk Jan Stubbe

DA DA ANC DA

Ms Marie Elizabeth Sukers

ACDP

Mr Steven Nicholas Swart

ACDP

Ms Bernice Swarts

ANC

Ms Noluvuyo Tafeni

EFF

Mr Sinawo Tambo

EFF

Ms Nomsa Innocencia Tarabella Marchesi

DA

Mr Ockert Stefanus Terblanche

DA

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Ms Sophie Suzan Thembekwayo

EFF

Mr Wayne Maxim Thring

ACDP EFF

Ms Manketsi Mamoabi Emily Tlhape

ANC

Ms Keitumetse Bridgette Tlhomelang

ANC

Ms Moloko Maggie Tlou

ANC

Ms Nokuzola Gladys Tolashe

ANC

Ms Tshoganetso Mpho Adolphina Tongwane

ANC

Ms Grace Kekulu Tseke

ANC

Mr Mohatla Alfred Tseki Mr Solomon Lechesa Tsenoli

ANC Deputy Speaker

ANC

Ms Judith Tshabalala

ANC

Mr Mgcini Tshwaku

EFF

Ms Busisiwe Tshwete Ms Pamela Tshwete

ANC Deputy Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

ANC

Ms Phumzile Thelma van Damme

DA

Ms Liezl Linda van der Merwe

IFP

Ms Désirée van der Walt

DA

Ms Veronica van Dyk

DA

Ms Benedicta Maria van Minnen

DA

Ms Sharome Renay van Schalkwyk

ANC

Mr Philippus Adriaan van Staden

VF PLUS

Mr Thomas Charles Ravenscroft Walters

DA

Ms Annerie Maria Magdalena Weber

DA

Mr Wouter Wynand Wessels

VF PLUS

Mr Andrew Grant Whitfield

DA

Ms Evelyn Rayne Wilson

DA

Ms Hannah Shameema Winkler

DA

Mr Matthews Johannes Wolmarans Mr Vusumuzi Cyril Xaba

ANC Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Defence and Military Veterans; Co-Chairperson of Joint Standing Committee on Defence

Ms Phindisile Pretty Xaba-Ntshaba Mr Fikile Devilliers Xasa

ANC ANC

Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Environment, Forestry and Fisheries

ANC

Ms Sheilla Tembalam Xego

ANC

Mr Bafuze Sicelo Yabo

ANC

Ms Yoliswa Nomampondomise Yako

EFF

Ms Beauty Thulani Zibula

ANC

Mr Mthenjwa Amon Zondi Ms Lindiwe Daphne Zulu

ANC Minister of Social Development

ANC

Ms Audrey Sbongile Zuma

ANC

Ms Thandiwe Rose Marry Zungu

ANC

Mr Vuyolwethu Zungula Mr Mosebenzi Joseph Zwane

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Ms Lorato Florence Tito

ATM Chairperson: Portfolio Committee on Transport

Secretary to the National Assembly: Mr Masibulele Xaso Undersecretary to the National Assembly: Dr Nazeem Ismail, Mr Collen Mahlangu Serjeant-at-Arms: Ms Regina Mohlomi

ANC

Communications Officers: Ms Catharina Abell (Procedural Officer: Research and Parliamentary Practice), Mr Moloto Mothapo (Spokesperson: Parliament)

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF PROVINCES (NCOP) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Parliament Street, Cape Town POSTAL: PO Box 15, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 403 2911 FAX: 021 403 8219 WEB: www.parliament.gov.za EMAIL: info@parliament.gov.za

OVERVIEW The National Council of Provinces (NCOP) is one of the two Houses of Parliament. The NCOP is constitutionally mandated to ensure that provincial interests are taken into account in the national sphere of government. This is done through participation in the national legislative process and by providing a national forum for consideration of issues affecting provinces. The NCOP also plays a unique role in the promotion of the principles of Cooperative Government and Intergovernmental Relations. It ensures that the three spheres of government work together in performing their unique functions in terms of the Constitution and that, in doing so, they do not encroach on each other’s area of competence.

CHAIRPERSON MR A MASONDO

DEPUTY CHAIRPERSON MS SE LUCAS

This ensures that synergy exists between the spheres on matters of concurrent competence.

OFFICE BEARERS The list below reflects the 54 permanent delegates to the NCOP. Chairperson: Mr Amos Masondo (ANC) Deputy Chairperson: Ms Sylvia Elizabeth Lucas (ANC)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Members: Mr Thembinkosi Apleni Mr Andrew Arnolds Mr Willem Abraham Stephanus Aucamp Mr Mbulelo Richmond Bara Ms Martha Bartlett Ms Lindiwe Christabola Bebee Ms Hildegard Sonja Boshoff Mr Timothy James Brauteseth Mr Yunus Ismail Carrim Ms Delmaine Chesley Christians Mr Mohammed Dangor Mr Thamsanqa Simon China Dodovu Mr Stephanus Franszouis Du Toit Ms Maurencia Natalie Gillion Ms Cathlene Labuschagne Mr Eric Riaan Landsman Ms Seneanye Betta Lehihi Mr Johan Jaco Londt Ms Sylvia Elizabeth Lucas Ms S’lindile Ann Luthuli Ms Dikeledi Gladys Mahlangu Ms Audrey Dimakatso Maleka Ms Mmamora Lilliet Mamaregane Mr Amos Masondo Ms Brenda Thirani Mathevula Mr Tshitereke Baldwin Matibe Mr George Michalakis Mr Zolani Mkiva

EFF EFF DA DA ANC ANC DA DA ANC DA ANC

Chairperson: Select Committee on Finance

Chairperson: Select Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Water and Sanitation, and Human Settlements Chairperson: Select Committee on Health and Social Services

Deputy Chairperson

ANC VF PLUS ANC DA ANC EFF DA ANC EFF

Chairperson: Select Committee on Appropriations and Co-Chairperson: Joint Standing Committee on Financial Management of Parliament Chairperson: Select Committee on Public Enterprises and Communication Chairperson

ANC ANC ANC EFF ANC DA ANC

Mr Kenneth Mosimanegape Mmoiemang

Chairperson: Select Committee on Transport, Public Service and Administration, Public Works and Infrastructure

ANC

Ms Tebogo Constance Modise

Chairperson: Select Committee on Land Reform, Environment Mineral Resources and Energy

ANC

Mr Seiso Joel Mohai Ms Mmabatho Olive Mokause Mr Moletsane Simon Moletsane Ms Moji Lydia Moshodi Mr Kenny Motsamai Mr Enoch Muzi Mthethwa

Chief Whip of the NCOP

ANC EFF EFF ANC EFF ANC

Mr Mamagase Elleck Nchabeleng

Chairperson: Select Committee on Education and Technology, Sports, Arts and Culture and Co-Chairperson: Standing Committee on Defence

ANC

Ms Zukiswa Veronica Ncitha Ms Nokuzola Ndongeni Ms Winnie Ngwenya Mr Xolani Ngwezi Mr Mlindi Nhanha Mr Edward Joyisile Njandu Ms Nomgqibelo Ethel Nkosi Mr Itumeleng Ntsube Mr Archibold Jomo Nyambi

Chairperson: Select Committee on Petitions and Executive Undertakings

ANC ANC ANC IFP DA ANC ANC ANC ANC

Mr Mandla Isaac Rayi

Chairperson: Select Committee on Trade and Industry, Economic Development, Small Business Development, Tourism, and Employment and Labour

Mr Dennis Richard Ryder Ms Shahidabibi Shaikh Mr Isaac Mbulelo Sileku Mr Christiaan Frederik Beyers Smit Ms Carin Visser Mr Sam Zandamela

House Chairperson for Oversight and Institutional Support

House Chairperson for Committees

Chairperson: Select Committee on Security and Justice

ANC DA ANC DA DA DA EFF

Secretary to the National Council of Provinces:

Senior Management: Bandisiwe Cabangana-Mnyanda (Manager:

Adv Modibedi E Phindela

Committees, IGR and Oversight), Mpubane Mathebe (Manager: IR and Members Support), Bafo Momoti (Legal Advisor), Sebolelo Mvulane (Office Manager: Deputy Chairperson NCOP), Mandisi Tyumre (Research and Content Support Manager)

Undersecretary to the National Council of Provinces: Adv Benny Nonyane

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (PSC)

PHYSICAL: Public Service Commission House, Office Park Block B, 536 Francis Baard Street, Arcadia, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X121, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 352 1000 FAX: 012 325 8382 WEB: www.psc.gov.za EMAIL: info@opsc.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Deputy Directors General: Mr Matome Malatsi (Integrity and

The Public Service Commission (PSC) was established in terms of Section 196 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996. The PSC is supported by the Office of the Public Service Commission (OPSC), headed by the Director General, who is the Accounting Officer. The mission of the PSC is to promote the constitutionally enshrined democratic principles and values of the public service by investigating, researching, monitoring, evaluating, communicating and reporting on public administration. The Commission’s functions are to: promote the constitutionally prescribed values and principles governing public administration in the public service; investigate, monitor and evaluate the organisation and administration, and the personnel practices, of the public service; propose measures to ensure effective and efficient performance within the public service; give directions aimed at ensuring that personnel procedures relating to recruitment, transfers, promotions and dismissals comply with the constitutionally prescribed values and principles; report in respect of its activities and the performance of its functions, including any finding it may make and directions and advice it may give, and provide an evaluation of the extent to which the constitutionally prescribed values and principles are complied with; either of its own accord or on receipt of any complaint, investigate and evaluate the application of personnel and public administration practices, and report to the relevant executive authority and legislature; investigate grievances of employees in the public service concerning official acts or omissions, and recommend appropriate remedies; monitor and investigate adherence to applicable procedures in the public service; and advise national and provincial organs of state regarding personnel practices in the public service, including those relating to the recruitment, appointment, transfer, discharge and other aspects of the careers of employees in the public service.

Anti-Corruption), Ms Irene Mathenjwa (Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Kholofelo Sedibe (Leadership and Management Practices) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Zweli Momeka Senior Management: Ms Connie Gunn (Secretary: Director General) Communications Officers: Mr Humphrey Ramafoko (Director: Communications and Information Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

6 011

2 602

942

505

864

1 105 2 047

6 516

3 466

5 628

1 963

731

297

346

341

5 925

2 309

1 072

591

1 157

975 248 528

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

278 879

268 983

Exchange Transactions

n/a

n/a

469

Non-Exchange Transactions

n/a

n/a

248 059

Total Expenditure

(274 529)

(266 438)

(247 385)

Employee Costs

(212 736)

(199 763)

(179 887)

4 350

2 545

1 143

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

10 445

13 318

1 097

Investing Activities

(6 465)

(11 970)

(1 349)

5 732

2 140

832

132

266

610

2017/18

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

OFFICE BEARERS

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Chairperson: Adv Richard Sizani Commissioners: Dr Henk Boshoff, Mr Leonardo Goosen (Western

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Cape), Mr Anele Gxoyiya, Dr Moeletsi Leballo, Dr Bruno Luthuli, Ms Phumelele Nzimande, Mr Michael Seloane, Ms LV Sizani

Posts Approved

274

274

271

Posts Filled

255

256

254

AUDITOR-GENERAL SOUTH AFRICA (AGSA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 4 Daventry Street, Lynnwood Bridge Office Park, Lynnwood Manor

POSTAL: PO Box 446, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 426 8000 FAX: 012 426 8257 WEB: www.agsa.co.za EMAIL: agsa@agsa.co.za

OVERVIEW The Auditor-General South Africa (AGSA) conducts regularity audits of national and provincial government departments, identified public entities, municipalities and municipal entities (its clients or auditees). Furthermore, AGSA conducts discretionary audits, such as performance audits, special audits and investigations. Its audit reports are made public and are tabled in Parliament, provincial legislatures and municipal councils. In addition to these audit-specific reports, AGSA publishes general reports each year, in which it analyses the outcomes of the audits at national, provincial and municipal levels.

Through its audit activities, AGSA plays an important role in enabling accountability and thus promoting sound financial governance practices in South Africa. It does this by providing independent assurance to the various legislatures on whether entities that use public funds have managed their financial affairs in line with sound financial principles, have complied with the relevant legal framework, and have provided credible information on the achievement of their financial and performance objectives. In this way, the elected representatives of the South African people are able to hold the executive and accounting authorities, officials and public entities accountable.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Toyota Hilux Raider – Jack of all Trades In the latter part of 2020 the Toyota Hilux underwent a significant model update, bringing with it sharpened exterior styling, specification upgrades, a rationalised line-up and new flagship Legend grade. The SRX grade of old (which catered to customers requiring a blend of utility and comfort) has thus needed to make way for the reimagined Raider nameplate.

Why rebadge the SRX as a Raider?

The simple answer is that as the ‘bakkie’ market has evolved customers have come to expect more from even utility-biased derivatives. This in turn meant that the mid-tier SRX grade moved closer-and-closer into traditional Raider territory, somewhat blurring the lines between the mid-grade and top-grade models. With the introduction of the new high-end Legend model, this provided the opportunity to optimise the model-line up and offer customers more across the board. The ‘new Raider’ offers the perfect blend of style and utility.

What has changed between SRX and the new Raider?

Visually the new Raider inherits the latest Hilux ‘face’, featuring sculpted headlamps, a larger trape oidal grille, integrated bumper guard and boomerang-shaped fog-lamp surrounds. Unique to Raider is the chrome treatment of the front grille frame creating a signature look for the model.

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The 18-inch wheels have been swapped out for graphite-coloured 1 versions creating a tough yet stylish look. These are shod with 265-65-R1 tyres.

What about the engine line-up?

reviously the SRX models were paired with the 2.4 GD-6 engine delivering 110kw and 400 m, while the Raider variants were paired exclusively with the 2.8 GD-6 engine. With the merging of the two grades, we now offer both 2.4 and 2.8 GD-6 Raider models. Raider models also benefit from the upgraded 1GD engine (2.8 GD-6) producing 150kw and 500 m in automatic transmission guise. Manual models boast the same 150kw with 420 m of torque, while the 2.4 GD-6 outputs remain unchanged.

Is the new Raider just a de-specced version of the old one then? uite the contrary. In recognition of the increased dual-purpose usage the new Raider models have received some notable upgrades particularly on the safety front. ark Distance Control ( DC) has been added while the Airbag tally has increased with the addition of side and curtain airbags (SRX models previously only had driver and passenger airbags).

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ADVERTORIAL The fog lamps have been upgraded to LED-spec on 2.4 models, while 2.8 versions now feature full LED headlamps and taillights. A Variable-Flow Control (VFC) power-steering pump has been added – not only does this improve fuel economy, it also provides a more natural driving feel that varies depending on the driving conditions. A high level of assistance is offered at low speeds (parking manoeuvres) while offering lower levels of assistance at higher cruising speeds in order to improve steering feel. In terms of drivetrain, an Auto Limited Slip Diff (LSD) has also been specified for Raider models, aiding traction in low-grip situations.

The SRX offered a choice of 4x2 or 4x4 and an auto transmission option; is this still the case?

Yes, there are multiple Raider models to choose from depending on body-style. In single and double-cab format, the 2.4 GD-6 is available in both Raised Body (4x2) and 4x4 configuration, with a choice of either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. The 2.8 GD-6 is available as either Raised Body or 4x4 and coupled with the 6-speed ‘auto’. The Xtra cab variants feature a simplified two model line-up (in-line with market trends).

Are the spec upgrades reserved for the exterior only?

No, as part of the model update the interior too has received some attention. A new ‘floating’ infotainment system with 8-inch screen and rotary-knob control occupies the centre of the facia. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality are now embedded within the system. This allows users to mirror applications off their mobile phone – for seamless connectivity. Navigation applications such as Google Maps and Waze are natively included and occupants can also access their music libraries and streaming accounts via apps like Apple Music, JOOX, Spotify and SoundCloud. Wireless telephony is supported via Bluetooth with a USB input for additional media options. An enlarged Multi-Information Display (MID) and new instrument cluster design, also forms part of the package. These are over and above the existing standard specification items such as; air-conditioning (automatic climate control on 2.8 GD-6 versions), cruise control, reverse camera, air-conditioned glovebox, 12- and 220-volt accessory connectors, tilt-andtelescopic adjustable leather steering wheel and steering switches.

Is Toyota Connect part of the deal?

Yes, all Hilux models are also equipped with the Toyota Connect telematics system which includes an in-car Wi-Fi hotspot and complimentary 15Gb data. Once linked to their profile, customers can manage their vehicle via the MyToyota App. This intuitive app allows on-demand service bookings, vehicle information and history, tracking data as well as Toyota Connect data recharge services and much more – latterly even including the ability to renew your vehicle license online.

What are the warranty and maintenance terms?

All Hilux models come with a 3-year/100 000 km warranty. A 9-services/90 000 km service plan is standard on all models. Customers can also purchase extended service plans and warranty packages via their Toyota dealer.

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CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

BOOKMARKS

Ultimately, AGSA’s work empowers citizens to hold the custodians of public resources accountable. AGSA is accountable to the National Assembly, to which it reports annually on its activities and the performance of its functions by tabling the main accountability instruments, namely its strategic plan and budget and its annual report. The Standing Committee on the AuditorGeneral (SCoAG), established in terms of the Constitution and the PAA, oversees AGSA’s performance on behalf of the National Assembly.

OFFICE BEARERS Auditor-General: Ms Tsakani Maluleke Deputy Auditor-General: Mr Jan van Schalkwyk (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Sibongiseni Ngoma Senior Management: Mr Odwa Duda (Acting Corporate Executive: Audit), Ms Sibongile Lubambo (Corporate Executive: Audit), Mr Mlungisi Mabaso (Corporate Executive: Chief People Officer), Ms Vanuja Maharaj (Corporate Executive: Audit), Ms Alice Muller (Acting National Leader: Audit), Mr Sipho Ndaba (Corporate Executive: Specialised Audit Services and ICT), Ms Mabatho Sedikela (Corporate Executive: Audit), Mr Solomon Segooa (Corporate Executive: Audit) Communications Officers: Mr Harold Maloka (Head: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 481 927

1 366 435

1 265 543

420 556

137 431

147 852

1 902 483

1 503 866

1 413 395

Current Liabilities

487 081

529 192

478 098

Non-Current Liabilities

294 072

66 939

81 903

781 153

596 131

560 001

1 121 330

907 735

853 394

Total Assets

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

3 864 384

3 523 516

3 322 117

3 784 043

3 463 507

3 246 612

80 341

60 009

75 505

Total Expenditure

(3 686 599)

(3 461 496)

(3 261 953)

Employee Costs

(2 330 656)

(2 270 616)

(2 113 494)

177 785

62 020

60 164

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

42 070

84 656

181 358

Investing Activities

(28 410)

(24 824)

(70 965)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

674 437

723 454

663 662

-

-

-

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

3 904

3 796

n/a

Posts Filled

3 667

3 556

3 472

COMMISSION FOR GENDER EQUALITY (CGE) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Old Women’s Jail, Constitution Hill, 2 Kotze Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg

POSTAL: PO Box 32175, Braamfontein, 2017 TEL: 011 403 7182 FAX: 011 403 7188 WEB: www.cge.org.za EMAIL: cgeinfo@cge.org.za

OVERVIEW The Commission for Gender Equality is an independent statutory body established in terms of Chapter 9 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 108 of 1996. The mission of the Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) is to promote, protect, monitor and evaluate gender equality through research, public education, policy development, legislative initiatives, effective monitoring and litigation. The CGE’s functions include: monitoring and evaluating the policies and practices of government, the private sector and other organisations to ensure that they promote and protect gender equality; public education and information; reviewing existing and upcoming legislation from a gender perspective; investigating inequality; commissioning research and making recommendations to Parliament or other authorities; investigating complaints on any gender-related issue; and monitoring/reporting on compliance with international conventions.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Tamara Mathebula Deputy Chairperson: Dr Nthabiseng Moleko Commissioners: Mr Mbuyiselo Botha, Ms Busisiwe Deyi, Ms Nomasonto Mazibuko, Ms Dibeela Gertrude Mothupi, Ms O’hara Ngoma-Diseko, Ms Octavia Lindiwe Ntuli-Tloubatla, Mr Mr Sediko Rakolote, Adv Nthabiseng Sepanya-Mogale Chief Executive Officer: Ms Jamela Robertson Chief Financial Officer: Mr Moshabi Putu Senior Management: Ms Joan de Klerk (Public Education and Information), Ms Mankwele Mangwanatala (Human Resources), Mr Sello Molekwa (Communications), Mr Thys Monosi (Information Technology), Dr Thabo Rapoo (Policy and Research), Mr Cedric Seaba (Internal Audit)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

22 727

12 809

9 733

8 754

7 691

7 784

31 481

20 500

17 517

10 539

10 033

7 174

558

40

28

11 096

10 072

7 202

20 385

10 427

10 315

86 584

81 901

83 640

1 206

823

819

85 378

81 079

82 822

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(76 626)

(81 178)

(79 941)

Employee Costs

(54 540)

(55 471)

(53 831)

9 958

724

3 699

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

12 319

4 046

5 568

Investing Activities

(1 377)

(1 517)

(1 384)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

21 788

11 429

8 770

439

865

642

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

111

112

112

Posts Filled

94

94

101

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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COMMISSION FOR THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS OF CULTURAL, RELIGIOUS AND LINGUISTIC COMMUNITIES PHYSICAL: 33 Hoofd Street, Forum 4, Braampark Office Park, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, 2017

POSTAL: Private Bag X90 000, Houghton, 2041 TEL: 011 358 9100 FAX: 011 403 2098 WEB: www.crlcommission.org.za EMAIL: info@crlcommission.org.za

OVERVIEW The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities is responsible for deepening the appreciation of South Africans for the wide array of cultures, religions and languages found in the country, and for contributing meaningfully and constructively to social transformation and nation-building for the attainment of a truly united South African nation. The Commission was established to fulfil the following objectives: promote and develop peace, friendship, humanity, tolerance and national unity amongst and within cultural, religious and linguistic communities on the basis of equity, non-discrimination and free association; foster mutual respect amongst cultural, religious and linguistic communities; promote the right of communities to develop their historically diminished heritage; promote respect for and further the protection of the rights of cultural, religious and linguistic communities; and recommend the establishment or recognition of community councils.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Prof Luka David Mosoma Deputy Chairperson: Dr Sylvia Mmamohapi Pheto Commissioners: Dr Muneer Abduroaf, Adv Richard D Botha, Mr Sicelo E Dlamini, Ms Ramokone Tryphina Kgatla, Ms Sheila F Khama, Mr Mandla Langa, Dr Oscarine Nokuzola Mndende, Ms Tsholofelo Mosala, Prof Pitika Ntuli, Mr Renier S Schoeman, Ms Nomalanga V Tyamzashe Chief Executive Officer: Mr Edward Mafadza Chief Financial Officer: Mr Cornelius Smuts Senior Management: Mr Brian Makeketa Communications Officers: Mr Mpiyakhe Mkholo

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

7 540

870

2 282

Non-Current Assets

3 278

3 467

3 168

10 818

4 337

5 450

3 960

2 706

3 049

386

-

73

Total Liabilities

4 346

2 706

3 122

Total Net Assets

6 472

1 269

2 422

45 599

49 025

42 690

385

214

243

45 214

48 811

42 447

Total Expenditure

(40 758)

(49 903)

(42 456)

Employee Costs

(24 246)

(23 469)

(22 638)

4 841

(878)

234

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CONTACT DETAILS

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

7 490

750

295

Investing Activities

(542)

(1 283)

(1 195)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

6 973

25

558

1 176

2 483

968

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

34

31

31

Posts Filled

29

30

29

ELECTORAL COMMISSION (IEC) OF SOUTH AFRICA CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Election House, Riverside Office Park, 1303 Heuwel Avenue, Centurion, Pretoria, 0157

POSTAL: Private Bag X112, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 622 5700 FAX: 012 622 5784 WEB: www.elections.org.za EMAIL: info@elections.org.za

OVERVIEW Established by the Constitution of South Africa, the Electoral Commission (IEC) of South Africa is an independent body that manages elections of legislative bodies and institutions through the participation of citizens, political parties and civil society. The IEC’s obligations are to: manage elections of national, provincial and municipal legislative bodies; ensure that those elections are free and fair; declare the results of those elections; and compile and maintain a national common voters’ roll. The Commission’s duties are to: ensure that any election is free and fair; promote conditions conducive to free and fair elections; compile and maintain a national common voters’ roll; compile and maintain a register of parties; establish and maintain liaison and cooperation with parties; undertake and promote research into electoral matters; develop and promote the development of electoral expertise and

technology in all spheres of government; continuously review electoral laws and proposed electoral laws, and make recommendations; promote voter education; declare the results of elections for national, provincial and municipal legislative bodies within seven days; and appoint appropriate public administrations in any sphere of government to conduct elections when necessary.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Glen Mashinini Deputy Chairperson: Ms Janet Love (Vice Chairperson) Commissioners: Dr Nomsa Masuku, Mr Mosotho Moepya, Judge Dhaya Pillay

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Sy Mamabolo (Chief Electoral Officer)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

Deputy Chief Executive Officer: Ms Akhtari Henning (Deputy Chief Electoral Officer: Corporate Services), Mr George Mahlangu (Chief Executive: Party Funding), Mr Mawethu Mosery (Acting Deputy Chief Electoral Officer: Outreach), Mr Masego Sheburi (Deputy Chief Electoral Officer: Electoral Operations) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Dawn Mbatha Communications Officers: Ms Kate Bapela (Manager: Communications), Ms Laura Franz-Kamissoko (Deputy Manager: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 135 942

2 059 464

1 317 251

115 289

91 860

15 261

2 020 653

1 967 604

1 301 990

Total Expenditure

(2 002 812)

(1 603 463)

(1 295 626)

Employee Costs

(769 731)

(793 947)

(638 818)

132 499

455 835

21 447

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

753 493

712 725

171 461

Non-Current Assets

271 789

246 246

227 352

1 025 282

958 971

398 813

193 394

255 058

142 848

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

26 439

30 964

38 945

219 833

286 022

181 793

805 449

672 950

217 020

Operating Activities

155 683

542 168

121 901

Investing Activities

(73 571)

(54 891)

(6 013)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

699 356

617 243

129 966

21 542

131 905

71 353

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

1 121

1 033

1 033

Posts Filled

857

922

926

FINANCIAL AND FISCAL COMMISSION (FFC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2nd Floor, Montrose Place, Waterfall Park, Bekker Street, Vorna Valley, Midrand

POSTAL: Private Bag X69, Halfway House, 1685 TEL: 011 207 2300 / 0861 315 710 FAX: 011 207 2344 WEB: www.ffc.co.za EMAIL: info@ffc.co.za

OVERVIEW The Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC) is an independent and impartial advisory institution, which the government has to consult with regard to the division of revenue among the three spheres of government and in the enactment of legislation pertaining to provincial taxes, municipal fiscal powers and functions, and provincial and municipal loans. The strategic direction of the Commission is reflected in its Corporate Strategic Plan and in the Estimates of National Expenditure. It is informed by, among others: the Commission’s strategic outcomesorientated goals of a sustainable and equitable system of Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations (IGFR); a ‘no surprises’ and future-orientated approach to its endeavours; the making of evidence-based recommendations on effective policies; comprehensive and value-added engagement with stakeholders; creating knowledge that is relevant and that enhances the developmental impact of public resources, through mobilising a balance of internal and external specialist talent that is commensurate with the needs of the Commission; creating and nurturing a dynamic, productive organisational culture; and balancing present and future demands so that effective performance ensues within the constraints of available resources.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Prof Daniel Plaatjies Deputy Chairperson: Dr Sibongile Muthwa Commissioners: Prof Lourens Jacobus Erasmus, Prof Trevor Fowler, Ms Nthabeleng Mochochoko, Prof Aubrey Mokadi, Mr Mandla Nkomfe Chief Executive Officer: Dr Kay Brown Chief Financial Officer: Ms Willemina de Jager (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Gift Petlele, Ms Annaleeze Prosee (Office Manager), Mr Stephen Ralekwa Communications Officers: Ms Kay Brown (Commission Secretary)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

17 200

10 448

15 513

3 316

2 912

1 798

20 516

13 360

17 311

10 688

3 378

3 726

215

69

-

10 903

3 378

3 276

9 613

9 912

13 585

55 260

52 706

54 414

941

924

845

54 319

51 728

53 569

Total Expenditure

(48 168)

(48 314)

(47 533)

Employee Costs

(30 211)

(32 192)

(31 541)

7 092

4 392

6 882 7 355

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

7 413

4 016

Investing Activities

(758)

(1 184)

(322)

16 859

10 205

15 437

123

946

1 527

2017/18

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

37

37

31

Posts Filled

28

28

30

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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PAN SOUTH AFRICAN LANGUAGE BOARD (PANSALB)

PHYSICAL: 5th Floor, Provisus Building, 523 Church Street, Arcadia, 0007 POSTAL: Private Bag X08, Arcadia, 0007 TEL: 012 341 9638/9551 FAX: 012 341 5938 WEB: www.pansalb.org EMAIL: communication@pansalb.org

OVERVIEW The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) was established in order to promote and create conditions for the development and use of official languages, the Khoe and San languages, and sign language; and to promote and ensure respect for all languages commonly used by communities in South Africa, including German, Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Portuguese, Tamil, Telegu and Urdu, and Arabic, Hebrew, Sanskrit, and other languages used for religious purposes in South Africa.

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

111 907

88 912

73 278

6 294

3 760

5 043

118 201

92 672

78 321

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

16 362

13 461

18 111

7 126

4 464

4 910

Chairperson: Ms Preetha Dabideen (Acting) Board Members: Ms Khensani Gertrude Bilankulu, Ms Portia Prudence

Total Liabilities

23 488

17 925

23 021

Total Net Assets

94 713

76 747

55 300

Chilwane, Ms Seipati Benice Dichabe, Ms Fio Dolly Gaebeng Dlavane, Mr Cinga Gqabu, Ms Mariaan M Maartens, Dr Lolie Makhubu-Badenhorst, Dr Bongumenzi Mpungose (CEO), Mr Ntshengedzeni Edward Mudau, Dr Nomakhosazana Hazel Rasana Chief Executive Officer: Dr Bongumenzi Mpungose Chief Financial Officer: Ms Veliswa Dwamena (Acting) Senior Management: Ms Nikiwe Matebula (Acting Executive Head: Languages) Communications Officers: Mr Sibusiso Nkosi (Senior Manager: Communications and Marketing)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 132 400

126 631

120 073

5 531

5 423

5 280

126 869

121 208

114 793

Total Expenditure

(112 142)

(105 513)

(99 948)

Employee Costs

(70 839)

(73 028)

(64 254)

20 258

21 118

20 430

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CONTACT DETAILS

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

22 515

16 257

24 723

(6 334)

(3 908)

(3 988)

88 555

69 333

57 488

6 731

5 593

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

86

80

80

Posts Filled

69

68

72

PUBLIC PROTECTOR SOUTH AFRICA CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 175 Lunnon Street, Hillcrest Office Park, 0083 POSTAL: Private Bag X677, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 366 7000 / 0800 112 040 FAX: 012 362 3473 WEB: www.pprotect.org EMAIL: customerservice@pprotect.org

OVERVIEW The mission of the Public Protector is to strengthen constitutional democracy in pursuit of its constitutional mandate by investigating, rectifying and redressing any improper or prejudicial conduct in state affairs and resolving related disputes through mediation, conciliation, negotiation and other measures to ensure fair, responsive and accountable public sector decision-making and service delivery. In pursuit of the mandate, vision and mission, the Public Protector focuses on the following strategic objectives: to be accessible to and trusted by all persons and communities; prompt remedial action; promotion of good governance in the conduct of all state affairs; an efficient and effective organisation; and an optimal performance and service-focused culture.

OFFICE BEARERS Public Protector: Adv Busisiwe Mkhwebane Deputy Public Protector: Adv Kholeka Gcaleka Chief Executive Officer: Ms Thandi Sibanyoni Chief Financial Officer: Ms Yalekile Lusibane

Chief Operations Officer: Ms Nthoriseng Motsitsi (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Hombisa Caleni (Chief Information Officer), Adv Elsabe de Waal (Chief Investigator: Administrative Justice and Service Delivery), Mr Abongile Madiba (Chief Investigator (Suspended)), Mr Magapane Makaba (Senior Manager: Risk Management), Ms Kgalalelo Masibi (Senior Manager: Outreach and Education), Ms Thabang Maswi (Senior Manager: Supply Chain Management), Mr Rodney Mataboge (Chief Investigator: Good Governance and Integrity), Ms Ponatshego Mogaladi (Executive Manager: Administrative Justice and Service Delivery (Suspended)), Ms Linda Molelekoa (Acting Chief of Staff), Ms Cleopatra Mosana (Senior Manager: Communication and Stakeholder Management), Ms Machebane Mothiba (Acting Senior Manager: Strategic Support), Mr Sello Mothupi (Acting Executive Manager: Provincial Investigation and Integration), Ms Zoleka Mtumtum (Senior Manager: Facilities Management and Auxiliary Services), Mr Reginald Ndou (Executive Manager: Provincial Investigation and Integration), Mr Ntsumbedzeni Nemasisi (Senior Manager: Legal Services), Mr Baldwin Neshunzhi (Senior Manager: Security Management),

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Mr Johann Raubenheimer (Chief Investigator: Administrative Justice and Service Delivery), Ms Lesedi Sekele (Chief Investigator: Good Governance and Integrity (Suspended)), Ms Futana Tebele (Senior Manager: Executive Support), Mr Gumbi Tyelela (Senior Manager: Human Resource Management and Development) Communications Officers: Noxolo Matloporo (Manager: Communications), Mr Oupa Segalwe (Acting Spokesperson)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

(238 918)

20 174

(17 999)

Operating Activities

24 723

23 418

(2 368)

Investing Activities

(2 975)

(49)

(13 475)

59 473

37 725

14 357

130

7 647

27 421

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Non-Current Assets

11 453

12 245

15 694

73 430

51 877

30 282 39 894

15 513

13 193

Total Liabilities

74 469

54 508

53 006

Total Net Assets

(1 039)

(2 631)

(22 804)

324 161

1 592

14 588

38 994

336 308

(346 331)

R’000

51 481

3 053

356 854

(321 577)

R’000

22 989

327 214

5 442

(238 173)

39 632

Non-Current Liabilities

341 750

11 159

252 818

61 977

Current Liabilities

368 013

(366 421)

R’000

Total Assets

2017/18

Employee Costs

Current Assets

FINANCIAL POSITION

2018/19

Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

357

365

389

Posts Filled

337

346

361

SOUTH AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (SAHRC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 33 Hoofd Street, Braampark Forum 3, Braamfontein, Johannesburg

POSTAL: Private Bag X2700, Houghton, 2041 TEL: 011 877 3600 FAX: 011 403 0668 WEB: www.sahrc.org.za EMAIL: info@sahrc.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC), as the independent national human rights institution, is to support constitutional democracy through promoting, protecting and monitoring the attainment of everyone’s human rights in South Africa without fear, favour or prejudice. The mandate of the Commission is to: promote respect for human rights and a culture of human rights; promote the protection, development and attainment of human rights; monitor and assess the observance of human rights; investigate and report on the observance of human rights; take steps and secure appropriate redress where human rights have been violated; carry out research; educate; require relevant organs of state to provide the Commission with information on the measures that they have taken towards the realisation of the rights in the Bill of Rights concerning housing, health care, food, water, social security, education and the environment; and carry out the additional powers and functions prescribed by national legislation.

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

47 365

29 808

13 180

Non-Current Assets

17 554

15 231

16 532

64 919

45 039

29 712

18 819

15 043

13 517

676

2 992

4 890

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

19 495

17 965

18 407

Total Net Assets

45 424

27 074

11 305

198 039

181 418

174 709

7 307

2 588

1 349

190 732

178 830

173 360

Total Expenditure

(179 247)

(165 419)

(167 157)

Employee Costs

(125 763)

(119 919)

(114 337)

18 350

15 769

7 433

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Chairperson: Prof Bongani Christopher Majola Commissioners: Adv Andre Hurtley Gaum, Ms Matlhodi Angelina

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Makwetla, Adv Bokankatla Joseph Malatji, Mr Andrew Christoffel Nissen, Adv Jonas Ben Sibanyoni Chief Executive Officer: Adv Tseliso Thipanyane Chief Financial Officer: Ms Sara Nyawa Dikwayo Chief Operations Officer: Ms Chantal Kisoon (COO and Acting Head: Legal Services) Senior Management: Mr Siyasanga Giyose (Head: Strategic Support and Governance), Dr Martin Nsibirwa (Acting Head: Commissioners Programme and Acting Head: Research), Ms Alice Price (Head: Corporate Support Services) Communications Officers: Mr Gushwell Brooks (Communications Coordinator: Media Enquiries)

Operating Activities

22 147

1 690

7 992

Investing Activities

(4 147)

(1 194)

(1 899)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

45 131

28 658

12 226

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2 639

1 764

593

CASH FLOW

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

198

198

198

Posts Filled

168

174

186

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Outstanding Property Services & Solutions Vungu Properties (Pty) Ltd is a dynamic and seasoned property services company with an established track record in the development of retail, commercial and residential projects. The Company has a Team of experienced property professionals, who pride themselves in delivering quality services governed by Excellence, Ethics, Quality, Innovativeness, Dedication and Commitment. To date, Vungu Properties has completed projects to the value of about R3 Billion. Our Service Offering include: • Construction Project Management • Retail, Commercial and Residential Property Development • Architectural Designs • Refurbishments

Building Excellence

Expect Nothing Less Than Excellence at Vungu Properties.

www.vunguprop.com

LSF Brokers is one of South Africa’s leading independent providers of tailor-made personal and business insurance and financial services solutions. Based in Johannesburg, LSF Broker has been providing personalised financial solutions since 1992. LSF Brokers has access to the largest range of represented insurers in the country. This means we can insure you for anything under the sun, whether it is business, personal or specialist insurance. We believe that insurance should be simple, comprehensive and tailored to your unique needs. Above all, it should provide stability and protection when you need it most. Our products: • Medical Aid • Advisor sales • Insurance • Provident fund • Retirement planning • Investment portfolio • Funeral benefits Contact details Office: +27 11 789 6799 Fax: +27 11 789 5199 email: lsf@wol.co.za

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SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK (SARB)

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 370 Helen Joseph Street, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 427, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 313 3911 / 086 112 7272 FAX: 012 313 3197/3929 WEB: www.resbank.co.za

OVERVIEW The South African Reserve Bank (the Bank) is the central bank of South Africa. The primary purpose of the Bank is to achieve and maintain price stability in the interest of balanced and sustainable economic growth. Together with other institutions, it also plays a pivotal role in ensuring financial stability. In terms of section 224 of the Constitution, 1996, ‘the South African Reserve Bank, in pursuit of its primary object, must perform its functions independently and without fear, favour or prejudice, but there must be regular consultation between the Bank and the Cabinet member responsible for national financial matters’. The independence and autonomy of the Bank are therefore entrenched in the Constitution. In pursuit of its mandate and purpose, the Bank performs the following key functions: formulating and implementing monetary policy; promoting financial stability; regulating and supervising the banking and insurance industry through the Prudential Authority; issuing banknotes and coins; managing the official gold and foreign-exchange (FX) reserves of the country; undertaking data analysis and research; ensuring the effective functioning of the National Payment System; administering the country’s remaining exchange controls; and acting as banker to government.

(Head: Economic Statistics Department), Mr GM Lewis (Chief Internal Auditor: Internal Audit Department), Mr C Lister (Divisional Head: Strategy Management Office), Dr C Loewald (Head: Economic Research Department), Mr P Maharaj (Group Executive: Currency Management), Mr PMT Masela (Head: National Payment System Department), Mr SE Mazibuko (Head: Financial Surveillance Department), Mr Jason Milton (Acting Head: International Economic Relations and Policy Department), Mr Z Parker (Head: Financial Markets Department), Ms SL Reynolds (Group Company Secretary), Ms M Schliesser (Head: Business Systems and Technology Department), Mr CJ van der Walt (General Counsel and Head: Legal Services Department), Ms S Vogelsang (Head: Banking and Insurance Supervision) Communications Officers: Ms T Pandy (Divisional Head: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Assets

1 118 199 166 872 839 514

741 705 129

Total Liabilities

1 094 873 315 852 784 932 730 594 315

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

Governor: Mr E Lesetja Kganyago Deputy Governor: Dr Rashad Cassim, Mr Kuben Naidoo (Deputy

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

Governor and Chief Executive Officer: Prudential Authority), Ms Fundi Tshazibana Board Members: Prof F Cachalia, Dr CB Du Toit, Ms S Gaibie, Mr Z Hoosen, Mr N Mbazima, Ms L Molebatsi, Ms D Msomi, Dr Y Muthien, Dr T Nombembe, Ms T Ramano, Prof N Vink Chief Financial Officer: Ms L Pillay (Acting Group CFO) Chief Operations Officer: Mr M Pillay Senior Management: Ms BB Boqwana (Chief of Staff), Mr DE Bostander (Head: Financial Conglomerates Supervision Department), Dr Nicola Brink (Acting Head: Financial Stability Department), Mr DP Garnett (Head: Group Security Management Department), Mr F Jeena (Head: Specialist Risk Support Department), Mr WJ Kamffer (Head: Risk Management and Compliance Department), Mr U Kamlana (Head: Policy, Statistics and Industry Support Department), Ms Pearl Kgalegi (Head: Currency Management Department), Ms HM Kgoroba (Head: Group Human Resources Department), Mr MJ Kock

Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

23 325 851

20 054 582

29 612 152

11 110 814

25 175 707

16 771 442

(26 111 447) (18 916 774)

(14 343 745)

(2 384 189)

(2 217 855)

(2 193 222)

3 500 705

6 258 933

2 427 697

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

(24 548 624)

10 180 095

15 681 401

8 154 737

(11 809 191)

(2 797 647)

20 536 596

36 930 483

38 559 579

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

n/a

1 967

SUBSIDIARIES Corporation for Public Deposits South African Bank Note Company (RF) (Pty) Ltd South African Mint Company (RF) (Pty) Ltd

THE PRESIDENCY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Union Buildings, Government Avenue, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X1000, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 300 5200 FAX: 012 323 8246 WEB: www.thepresidency.gov.za EMAIL: presidentrsa@presidency.gov.za

THE PRESID EN CY REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The Presidency is comprised of four political principals: the President, who is the Head of State and Government; the Deputy President, who is the Leader of Government Business (in Parliament); the Minister of the National Planning Commission; and the Minister of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation. The Presidency has three structures, which support governance operations directly: the Cabinet Office; Policy Coordination and Advisory Services (PCAS); and Legal and Executive Services.

The Presidency’s key role in the executive management and coordination of government lies in its responsibility to organise governance. In this regard, a key aim is the facilitation of an integrated and coordinated approach to governance. This is achieved through creative, cross-sectoral thinking on policy issues, and the enhancement of the alignment of sectoral priorities with the national strategic policy framework and other government priorities.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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The mission of The Presidency is to support the President, the Deputy President and other political principals within The Presidency to execute their responsibilities, as outlined in the Constitution and the programme of government. The Presidency’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to: lead in integrated planning and in the performance monitoring and oversight of government policies and programmes; support the President and Deputy President in exercising their constitutional responsibilities to promote national unity and social cohesion; and assist the President and the Deputy President in advancing the interests of South Africa in the international arena.

PRESIDENT MR MC RAMAPHOSA

DEPUTY PRESIDENT MR DD MABUZA

OFFICE BEARERS President: Mr Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa (ANC) Deputy President: Mr David Dabede Mabuza (ANC) Minister: Ms Maite Nkoana-Mashabane (Minister in the Presidency: Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities) (ANC), Ms Khumbudzo Ntshavheni (Acting Minister in The Presidency) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize (Deputy Minister in the Presidency: Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities) (ANC), Ms Thembi Siweya (Deputy Minister in the Presidency) (ANC) Director General: Ms Phindile Baleni Secretaries: Nokukhanya Cele (Personal Assistant: Director General), Ms Glory Dlamini (Personal Assistant: Minister Ntshavheni),

Ms Mathapelo Kgakwa (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister Siweya), Ms Lerato Kgomo (Personal Assistant: Deputy President), Phumeza Mpanegza (Personal Assistant: COO), Ms Malebo Sibiya (Personal Assistant to the President) Chief Operations Officer: Ms Lusanda Mxenge Deputy Directors General: Ms Roshene Singh (DDG: Private Office of the President) Senior Management: Mr Mike Louw (Director: Support Services), Mr Lawrence Ngoveni (Head and Spokesperson: Office of the Deputy Minister), Futhi Ntshingila (Chancery, Deputy Director: Protocol and Ceremonial Services), Mr Phetole Rampedi (Community Outreach Officer), Musi Skosana (Chief of Staff: Office of Acting Minister in The Presidency) Communications Officers: Sam Bopape (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Khusela Diko (Spokesperson: President), Mr Fikile Mahlophe (Spokesperson: Deputy Minister Siweya), Nonceba Mhlauli (Spokesperson: Minister Ntshavheni), Ms Thami Ngwenya (Spokesperson: Deputy President), Matshepo Seedat (Media Liaison and Digital Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

R’000

R’000

R’000

699 458

513 696

508 440

637 149

464 986

487 237

332 187

301 823

309 162

285 294

145 410

153 593

16 980

15 463

17 153

1 785

4 941

35 036

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

565

629

614

Posts Filled

476

543

548

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

BOOKMARKS

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION (DPME) CONTACT DETAILS

planning, monitoring & evaluation

PHYSICAL: The Union Buildings, East Wing, Government Avenue, Pretoria, 0001 POSTAL: Private Bag X944, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 312 0000 WEB: www.dpme.gov.za

Department: P lanning , M onitoring and E valu ation REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation is to facilitate, influence and support effective planning, monitoring and evaluation of government programmes aimed at improving service delivery, outcomes and the impact on society. The focus of the Department is on the implementation of the National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 using the Medium-Term Strategic Framework (MTSF) as an implementation and monitoring tool. The MTSF identifies the important actions required to implement the aspects of the NDP for which government is responsible over the medium to long term. Critical government programmes are periodically evaluated to determine the efficiency and effectiveness, as well as their impact, on society.

OFFICE BEARERS

Systems), Mr Tshediso Matona (Secretary of Planning), Mr Blake MosleyLefatola (DDG: Public Sector Monitoring and Capacity Development), Ms Mmakgomo Tshatsinde (DDG: Sector Monitoring) Senior Management: Mr Thomas Nkosi (CD: Strategy and Communications), Mr Ntabozuko Nomlala (Head: Human Resource Management), Ms Kelebogile Thulare (Chief Information Officer) Communications Officers: Dr Siphiwo Mahala (Director / Senior Specialist: Research, Content and Speech Writing), Mr Lawrence Ngoveni (Director / Senior Specialist: Media Engagement)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Minister: Ms Maite Nkoana-Mashabane (Minister in the Presidency:

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities) (ANC) Ms Khumbudzo Ntshavheni (Acting Minister in The Presidency) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize (Deputy Minister in the Presidency: Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities) (ANC) Ms Thembi Siweya (Deputy Minister in the Presidency) (ANC) Director General: Mr Robert Nkuna Chief of Staff: Mr Musi Skosana Chief Financial Officer: Ms Marilize Hogendoorn Deputy Directors General: Dr Annette Griessel (DDG: Planning Coordination), Mr Godfrey Mashamba (DDG: Evidence and Knowledge

Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

966 827

962 576

912 869

917 107

877 375

875 031

298 908

266 742

234 168

146 247

115 414

191 921

8 450

14 943

7 587

210

43

369

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

436

429

430

Posts Filled

386

380

338

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN, YOUTH AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (DWYPD)

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CONTACT DETAILS

women, youth & persons with disabilities

PHYSICAL: 36 Hamilton Street, Arcadia, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X931, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 359 0000 FAX: 086 683 5502 WEB: www.women.gov.za EMAIL: info@women.gov.za

Department: W omen, Y ou th and P ers ons w ith Dis ab ilities REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The Department of Women was renamed the Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities in June 2019. The mission of the Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities is to accelerate socio-economic transformation and implementation of the empowerment and participation of women, youth and persons with disabilities through oversight, monitoring, evaluation and influencing policy. The priority of the Ministry and the Department is to ensure that the socio-economic empowerment and rights of women, youth and persons with disabilities are mainstreamed across all sectors of society through: monitoring the extent to which their social and economic circumstances are significantly improved; promoting, advocating for and monitoring their empowerment and gender equality; promoting the understanding of their differential circumstances in society, and the impact of seemingly neutral decisions, plans, laws, policies and practices on them through capacity building and responsive budgeting; and facilitating and monitoring capacity building and skills development for them to participate meaningfully in all areas of the economy and the workplace.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Ms Maite Nkoana-Mashabane (Minister for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize (Deputy Minister for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities) (ANC) Director General: Ms Welhemina Reshoketswe Tshabalala (Acting) Chief of Staff: Ms Palesa Mphamo Chief Financial Officer: Mr Mbhazima Shiviti (Acting) Deputy Directors General: Mr Prince Booi (Acting DDG: Social Transformation and Economic Empowerment), Ms Mmbatho Ramagoshi (Policy Stakeholder Coordination and Knowledge Management) Senior Management: Ms Thandeka Dlamini (Head of Office: Deputy Minister), Mr Nkosana Kose (Director: Director General’s Office), Ms Nondumiso Maome (Deputy Information Officer (PAIA)), Ms Matlou Matlou (Digital Media), Ms WR Tshabalala (Information Officer (PAIA))

MINISTER MS M NKOANAMASHABANE

Communications Officers: Mr Shalen Gajadhar (Director: Communication), Ms Nomvula Khalo (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Keabetswe Motlokwa (Parliamentary Liaison Officer) Secretaries: Ms Lee-Anne King (Private Secretary), Ms Bongi Mapalweni (Assistant Private Secretary: Director General), Ms Kagiso Motlhabi (Private Secretary: Director General), Ms Zanele Simmons (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

244 532

230 327

206 194

Actual Expenditure

241 388

222 352

204 707

Employee Compensation

89 013

78 222

72 570

Goods and Services

62 144

59 385

51 265

2 704

2 368

2 397

3 545

4 429

6 301

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

115

111

107

109

103

101

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

NATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NYDA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 54 Maxwell Drive, Woodmead, Johannesburg, 2191 POSTAL: PO Box 982, Halfway House, 1685 TEL: 087 158 4742 WEB: www.nyda.gov.za EMAIL: info@nyda.gov.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) is to mainstream youth issues into society and facilitate youth development with all sectors of society. The NYDA’s activities could be summarised as follows: lobbying and advocating for integration and mainstreaming of youth development in all spheres of government, the private sector and civil society; initiating, implementing, facilitating and coordinating youth development programmes; and monitoring and evaluating youth development intervention across the board and mobilising youth for active participation in civil society engagements.

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Waseem Carrim Chief Financial Officer: Mr Thamsanqa Mkhwanazi Senior Management: Mr Walter Bango (Senior Manager: Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Mafiki Duma (Executive Director: Human Resources and Legal Services), Mr Siyabonga Mbambo (Executive Director: Operations), Mr Culita Mhlongo (Senior Manager: Financial Services), Mr Abbey Nkabinde (Senior Manager: Internal Auditing), Ms Palesa Notsi (Executive Director: ICT and Communications), Mr Simon Ntike (Senior Manager: IGR), Ms Nelisiwe Nzimande (Senior Manager: Programme Design and Development) Communications Officers: Ms Margaret Sikhweni (Manager: Marketing and Communications)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Investing Activities

Current Assets

81 270

114 289

87 176

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

Non-Current Assets

71 483

45 336

40 803

152 753

159 625

127 979

81 129

96 768

86 771

FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities

6 536

6 233

5 337

Total Liabilities

Non-Current Liabilities

87 664

103 001

92 108

Total Net Assets

65 089

56 624

35 871

514 288

514 407

459 247

6 872

6 215

8 379

507 416

508 192

450 867

Total Expenditure

(505 823)

(493 655)

(431 304)

Employee Costs

(210 418)

(179 230)

(168 356)

8 465

20 751

27 943

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

4 280

30 320

46 877

(37 891)

(11 811)

(10 364)

63 712

99 128

82 629

171

-

94

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

n/a

n/a

434

448

381

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

GOVERNMENT COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM (GCIS) CONTACT DETAILS

government communications

PHYSICAL: Tshedimosetso House, 1035 Cnr Francis Baard & Festival Streets, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0083 POSTAL: Private Bag X745, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 473 0000 WEB: www.gcis.gov.za EMAIL: information@gcis.gov.za

Department:

G overnment C ommu nication and I nf ormation Syst em

REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW

Senior Management: Mr William Baloyi (Chief Director: Media

The mission of the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) is to deliver effective strategic government communication; set and influence adherence to standards and coherence of message and proactively communicate with the public about government policies, plans, programmes and achievements.

Engagement), Ms Tasneem Carrim (Chief Director: Policy and Research), Mr David Jacobs (Chief Director: Cluster Supervision: Economic Sectors, Investment, Employment and Infrastructure Development; Justice, Crime Prevention and Security; International Cooperation, Trade and Security Clusters), Ms Zanele Mngadi (Chief Director: Entity Oversight), Mr Sifiso Ike Moshoetsi (Chief Director: Cluster Supervision: Social Protection, Community and Human Development; Governance, State Capacity and Institutional Development Clusters), Mr Sandile Nene (Chief Director: Media Policy), Ms Nomkhosi Peter (Chief Director: Strategic Planning and Programme Management), Ms Neli Shuping (Chief Director: Communications Service Agency), Mr Terry Vandayar (Chief Information Officer) Secretaries: Ms Precian Tshitaudzi (Personal Assistant: Director General)

DIRECTOR GENERAL MS P WILLIAMS

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Minister: Ms Maite Nkoana-Mashabane (Minister in the Presidency:

Total Final Appropriation

440 410

426 667

405 282

Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities) (ANC) Ms Khumbudzo Ntshavheni (Acting Minister in The Presidency) (ANC) Director General: Ms Phumla Williams Chief Financial Officer: Ms Gcobisa Soci Deputy Directors General: Mr Michael Currin (Acting: Intergovernmental Coordination and Stakeholder Management), Mr Tyrone Seale (Acting: Content Processing and Dissemination), Mr Keitumetse Semakane (Acting DDG: Corporate Services and Chief Director: Human Resources)

Actual Expenditure

425 567

411 279

393 840

255 862

242 003

224 077

161 094

160 840

161 628

7 838

7 149

3 197

-

5

4 000

2017/18

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

467

467

440

Posts Filled

418

424

404

STATISTICS SOUTH AFRICA (STATS SA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: ISIbalo House, Koch Street, Salvokop, 0002 POSTAL: Private Bag X44, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 310 8911 / 8600 FAX: 012 310 8944 WEB: www.statssa.gov.za EMAIL: info@statssa.gov.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OVERVIEW The mission of Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) is to lead and partner in statistical production systems for evidence-based decisions. Stats SA’s key goals involve: broadening the role and reach of official statistics – information should enable citizens, the government and businesses to understand and change society, and the important role that numbers play in this context emphasises the importance of relevance and use of official statistics; growth through coordination – the Organisation is moving away from producing statistical series as isolated products to an approach of a production system focusing on integration and analysis that cuts across series, products and organisations; enhanced quality – setting standards for statistical products, providing statistical advice and designating statistics as official of all organs of state within a statistics system are important deliverables for the strategy, and will contribute to improving and assessing the quality of statistical information; sustained capacity – developing and sustaining skills and infrastructure within Stats SA and amongst organs of state that produce statistics, within a systems framework; and doing more with less – being innovative, the use of technology, and a motivated and productive workforce are key enablers to deliver the strategy in an efficient and effective way.

Deputy Directors General: Mr Joe de Beer (Economic Statistics), Mr Ashwell Jenneker (Communication, Marketing and Publishing), Mr Bruce Jooste (Corporate Services), Ms Gwen Lehloenya (Population and Social Statistics), Mr Phillip Lesame (Statistical Collection and Outreach), Ms Nthabiseng Makhata (Methodology and Standards), Mr Calvin Molongoana (Statistical Support and Informatics) Senior Management: Neo Nghenavo (Director: Social Statistics) Communications Officers: Ms Tracy Daniels (Director: Communication Support), Lesedi Dibakwane (Media Liaison), Mr Trevor Oosterwyk (Chief Director: Communications), Ms Felicia Sithole (Deputy Director: Media Relations) Secretaries: Ms Malebese Sekgota

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation

2019/20 Clean Audit

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 516 140

2 275 172

2 180 485

2 553 462

2 311 135

2 195 524

1 551 686

1 493 179

1 409 488

OFFICE BEARERS

Goods and Services

673 826

524 581

484 285

Minister: Ms Maite Nkoana-Mashabane (Minister in the Presidency: Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities) (ANC) Ms Khumbudzo Ntshavheni (Acting Minister in The Presidency) (ANC) Statistician General: Mr Risenga Maluleke Chief of Staff: Ms Lena Soares Chief Financial Officer: Mr Bheki Mathunjwa

Capital Assets

315 599

270 832

289 269

126 961

57 370

58 039

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

3 511

3 511

3 511

2 790

2 906

3 023

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

BRAND SOUTH AFRICA CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 103 Central Street, Houghton, Johannesburg POSTAL: PO Box 87168, Houghton, Gauteng, 2041 TEL: 011 483 0122 FAX: 011 483 0124 WEB: www.brandsouthafrica.com EMAIL: info@brandsouthafrica.com

OVERVIEW Brand South Africa is the country’s official marketing agency appointed to promote the nation’s brand reputation. The primary objective of Brand South Africa is to develop and implement proactive marketing and communication strategies for South Africa, with and through stakeholders, to promote South Africa’s competitiveness and attractiveness to both domestic and international audiences. Its role is to create a positive, unified image of South Africa; one that builds pride, promotes investment and tourism, and helps new enterprises and job creation.

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

28 086

29 245

30 279

15 664

17 054

18 664

43 750

46 299

48 943

28 328

35 107

18 823

-

-

-

28 328

35 107

18 823

15 421

11 192

30 120

210 224

214 359

201 806

2 310

13 929

7 506

207 914

200 430

194 300

Total Expenditure

(205 995)

(230 045)

(210 573)

Employee Costs

(68 648)

(66 405)

(59 772)

4 230

(15 687)

(9 032)

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

Chairperson: Ms Thandi Tobias-Pokolo Board Members: Ms Loretta Jacobus, Mr Mlungisi Johnson, Ms Rachel

Total Net Assets

Kalidass, Mr Andrew Madella, Ms Tebogo Mamorobela, Mr Jacques Bushang Modipane, Dr Stavros Nicoloau, Ms Sisanda Bukeka Nkoala, Ms Muditambi Ravele, Prof Ylva Rodny-Gumede, Mr George Sebulela Chief Executive Officer: Ms Thulisile Manzini (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Kgomotso Seripe (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Mudunwazi Baloyi (Country Head: USA), Dr Petrus de Kock (General Manager: Research and Acting Chief Marketing Officer), Mr Tebogo Gaokgorwe (Manager: IT), Dr Krishnee Kissoonduth (Director: Corporate Services), Ms Mpumi Mabuza (General Manager: Stakeholder Relations), Mr Bafana Makhubo (Corporate Legal Manager), Mr Tshepiso Malele (Acting Country Manager: China), Ms Lwandile Masango (Human Capital Manager), Ms Thoko Modise (General Manager: Communications), Ms Sithembile Ntombela (General Manager: Marketing), Adv Sifiso Nyoni (Director: Governance, Legal and Secretariat), Ms Pumela Salela (Country Head: UK), Mr Kgomotso Seripe (Finance Manager), Dr Judy Smith-Horn (General Manager: Global Markets) Communications Officers: Ms Thoko Modise (General Manager: Communications)

Total Revenue

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

2 493

4 819

13 961

Investing Activities

(3 299)

(1 272)

(8 190)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

25 860

26 667

28 208

7 337

15 037

5 510

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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MEDIA DEVELOPMENT AND DIVERSITY AGENCY (MDDA)

PHYSICAL: St Davids Office Park, 1st Floor, 5 St Davids Place, Parktown, 2193

POSTAL: PO Box 42846, Fordsburg, 2033 TEL: 011 643 1100 FAX: 011 643 1126 WEB: www.mdda.org.za EMAIL: info@mdda.org.za

OVERVIEW The Media Development and Diversity Agency’s (MDDA) mandate and objectives are to: create an enabling environment for media development and diversity that reflects the needs and aspirations of all South Africans; redress exclusion and marginalisation of disadvantaged communities and persons from access to the media and the media industry; promote media development and diversity by providing support primarily to community and small commercial media projects; encourage ownership and control of, and access to, media by historically disadvantaged communities, as well as by historically diminished indigenous language and cultural groups; encourage the development of human resources and training, and capacity building within the media industry, especially among historically disadvantaged groups; encourage the channelling of resources to the community media and small commercial media sectors; raise public awareness with regard to media development and diversity issues, and liaise with other statutory bodies such as the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) and the Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa (USAASA).

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

137 294

119 522

105 075

1 191

1 930

2 473

138 485

121 453

107 548

32 528

36 714

34 077

-

-

553

Total Liabilities

32 528

36 714

34 630

Total Net Assets

32 528

84 739

72 972

107 132

88 097

83 555

6 669

5 639

5 162

100 464

82 459

78 393

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(85 914)

(76 333)

(82 435)

Employee Costs

(22 682)

(20 407)

(16 290)

21 218

11 765

1 120

27 209

1 818

5 169

(60)

(292)

(198)

131 770

105 171

104 238

-

39 126

3 296

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

OFFICE BEARERS

CASH FLOW

Chairperson: Mr Ndivhuho Norman Munzhelele Board Members: Ms Marina Clarke, Ms Brenda Leonard, Mr Hlengani

Operating Activities

Mathebula, Ms Zanele Mngadi, Mr Moshoeshoe Nkgakga Monare, Ms Andiswa Ngcingwana Chief Executive Officer: Ms Zukiswa Potye Chief Financial Officer: Mr Yaseen Asmal Senior Management: Mr Lethabo Dibetso (Manager: Research and Training), Ms Yolanda du Preez (Company Secretary), Mr Mzuvukile Kashe (Executive Manager: Projects), Mr Khathutshelo Maposa (Manager: Finance), Ms Siphokazi Mgudlwa (Project Manager: Community Broadcast), Ms Kedibone Mokgalaka (Chief Audit Executive), Mr Lindinkosi Ndibongo (Project Manager: Print and Digital), Mr Paseka Nku (Manager: Human Resources and Corporate Affairs), Ms Thembelihle Sibeko (Manager: Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Motsamai Tsotetsi (Manager: IT) Communications Officers: Ms Cheryl Langbridge (Marketing and Communications Manager)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

Investing Activities

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

39

39

39

Posts Filled

29

27

26

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CONTACT DETAILS

DEPARTMENT OF COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE (DCOG) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 87 Hamilton Street, Arcadia, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X804, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 334 0600/0705 FAX: 012 334 0603 WEB: www.cogta.gov.za EMAIL: info@cogta.gov.za

Cooperative Governance Traditional Affairs

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG) is to ensure that all municipalities perform their basic responsibilities and functions consistently by: putting people and their concerns first; supporting the delivery of municipal services to the right quality and standard; promoting good governance, transparency and accountability; ensuring sound financial management and accounting; and building institutional resilience and administrative capability. This mission is directly adopted from the 5 Pillars of the Back to Basics Campaign. Governance is to facilitate cooperative governance and support all spheres of government, promote traditional affairs and support

MINISTER DR N DLAMINI ZUMA

DEPUTY MINISTER MR O BAPELA

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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associated institutions through: developing appropriate policies and legislation to promote integration in government’s development programmes and service delivery; providing strategic interventions, support and partnerships to facilitate policy implementation in the provinces and local government; and creating enabling mechanisms for communities to participate in governance. The strategic goals of the Department are aligned with the broad policy priorities of the country, as outlined in the 2014-2019 MediumTerm Strategic Framework (MTSF). The Department drives the implementation of the MTSF Outcome 9: to realise the MTSF vision and B2B programme through the implementation of strategic outcome-orientated goals, and programme strategic objectives for the Medium-Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) 2015-2020 for updated strategic outcome-orientated goals.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma (Minister of Cooperative

Services and Acting DDG: National Programme Manager: Community Work Programme), Dr Mmaphaka Tau (National Disaster Management Centre) Senior Management: Ms Mamokoena Bame (Cabinet and Parliamentary Liaison), Ms Hazel Masiza (Chief Director: Legal Services), Mr Cyril Mncwabe (Chief Director: Office of the Director General) Communications Officers: Mr Legadima Leso (Head of Communications), Mr Lungi Mtshali (Ministry Communications) Secretaries: Ms Caroline Mangwane (Administrative Secretary to the Minister), Ms Mandisa Mbele (Personal Assistant to the Minister), Ms Tshepiso Ngale (Acting Executive Assistant to the Director-General), Ms Pamela Salusa (Admin Assistant to Minister)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Governance and Traditional Affairs) (ANC)

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Deputy Minister: Mr Obed Bapela (Deputy Minister of Cooperative

Total Final Appropriation

Governance) (ANC) Director General: Mr Mashwahle Diphofa (Traditional Affairs), Ms Avril Williamson (Cooperative Governance) Chief Officers: Mr Dumisani Ngutshana (Chief Audit Executive) Chief of Staff: Ms Matho Mhlongo Chief Financial Officer: Mr Bheki Mathunjwa Deputy Directors General: Mr TP Fosi (Local Government Support and Interventions Management), Dr Manyedi Nkashe (Acting DDG: Institutional Development), Mr Pieter Pretorius (DDG: Corporate

Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

R’000

R’000

R’000

90 348 131

85 081 591

78 463 890

86 950 349

81 918 384

76 362 043

321 511

306 841

288 058

4 037 196

3 594 988

3 308 139

70 301

44 522

17 939

19 530

152 547

344 457

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

453

451

436

Posts Filled

433

422

405

MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD (MDB) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Eco Origins Office Park, Block C1, 349 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Highveld, 0157

POSTAL: Private Bag X123, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 342 2481/2 FAX: 012 342 2480 WEB: www.demarcation.org.za EMAIL: info@demarcation.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB) is to create spatial conditions for sustainable development and transformation of local communities through municipal and ward boundary demarcation; provide advisory services; and serve as a knowledge hub for stakeholders to promote socio-economic development, democratic participation, equality and access to services. The Board is an independent authority responsible for the determination of municipal boundaries. The Board’s status as an independent authority is also protected by Section 3 of The Local Government: Municipal Demarcation Act of 1998, and various judgements by the Constitutional Court. In addition to the determinations and redeterminations of municipal boundaries, the Board is also mandated by legislation to declare the district management areas, delimit wards for local elections, and assess the capacity of municipalities to perform their functions. The legislation provides for the following functions of the Board: determination and redetermination of municipal boundaries; delimitation of wards for local elections; assessment of the capacity of district and local municipalities to perform their functions as provided for in the Constitution and the Structures Act; and the declaration and withdrawal of the declaration of district management areas. In addition, Cabinet approved a leading role for the Board in assisting government departments in aligning their functional service delivery boundaries to municipal boundaries.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Thabo Moses Manyoni Deputy Chairperson: Ms Mbali Pearl Myeni Board Members: Ms Greta Apelgrein-Narkedien, Ms Namso Baliso, Mr Themba Dubazana, Mr Albert Kekesi, Dr David Mohale, Ms Mmatsie Mooki, Adv Monnapula Motlogelwa, Ms Jane Thupana

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Muthotho Sigidi Chief Financial Officer: Tintswalo Baadjie Chief Operations Officer: Mr Aluwani Ramagadza Senior Management: Barileng Dichabe (Senior Manager: Stakeholder Management and Communication), Mr Fazel Hoosen (Senior Manager: Core Operations), Adv Kgabo Mapotse (Company Secretary), Koena Phukubye (Senior Manager: Human Resources and Admin), Dr P Radikonyana (Advisory and Research), Mr Daniel Sebake (Senior Manager: GIS) Communications Officers: Dimakatso Makhetha (Communication Specialist), Mr Thabiso Plank (Senior Manager: Office of the Chairperson)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

26 852

18 346

20 637

3 489

2 578

4 053

30 341

20 924

24 690

4 867

4 318

4 973

-

-

145

4 867

4 318

5 118

25 474

16 606

19 572

65 330

57 496

60 099

1 041

1 059

810

64 289

56 437

59 289

Total Expenditure

(56 465)

(60 476)

(50 419)

Employee Costs

(32 367)

(28 347)

(26 607)

8 865

(2 967)

9 634

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities

9 598

(2 055)

11 600

(2 061)

(292)

(1 061)

25 192

17 656

20 004

151

741

5 274

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

48

49

2017/18 50

Posts Filled

46

43

44

MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT AGENT (MISA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1303 Heuwel Avenue, Riverside Office Park,

MISA

Letaba House, Centurion

POSTAL: Private Bag X105, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 848 5300 / 5363 WEB: www.misa.gov.za EMAIL: communications@misa.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent (MISA) is to provide support and develop technical capacity towards sustained accelerated municipal infrastructure and service delivery. The Agent’s purpose is to: provide leadership, strategic direction, management and administration services to the organisation; and provide technical support to targeted municipalities, which will improve infrastructure planning, implementation, as well as operations and maintenance. MISA also manages deployment of professional service providers to municipalities, ensuring that sufficient technical capacity is built within municipalities, which will result in effective and efficient service delivery in the long term. This includes all training administration activities, and provides comprehensive generic strategic support to the Technical Support and Capacity Development Programmes, which will allow them to focus exclusively on the core functions.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Executive Officer: Mr Ntandazo Vimba Chief Financial Officer: Ms Fezeka Nombembe Senior Management: Mr Themba Dladla (Acting Chief Director: Infrastructure Assessment and Analysis), Ms Pati Kgomo (DDG: Infrastructure Delivery Management Support), Mr Freddy Mamuremi (Chief Director: Frameworks and Infrastructure Procurement), Ms Refilwe Mathabathe (Chief Director: Corporate Management Services), Mr Victor Mathada (Chief Director: Executive Support, Strategy and Systems), Ms Nomzamo Mnqeta (Chief Director: Project Management), Mr Luntu Ndalasi (Chief Director: Infrastructure Delivery, Maintenance and Stakeholder Coordination), Mr Samuel Ngobeni (Chief Director: Technical Skills and Acting DDG: Technical Support Services), Ms Judith Nkosi (Chief Director: Infrastructure Financing), Mr Tlhoriso Thobileng (Chief Audit Executive)

M u nicipal I nf ras tru ctu re Su pport A g ent REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

100 250

147 614

203 999

26 932

32 053

31 986

127 182

179 667

235 985

66 214

64 109

47 635

-

-

-

66 214

64 109

47 635

60 968

115 558

188 350

347 357

347 404

385 635

3 381

4 948

4 152

343 976

342 456

381 483

Total Expenditure

(401 947)

(420 197)

(302 453)

Employee Costs

(186 577)

(163 097)

(65 256)

(54 590)

(72 793)

83 182

(47 404)

(50 386)

85 188

(818)

(5 746)

(2 335)

98 226

146 447

202 580

-

12 750

12 157

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

221

221

220

Posts Filled

167

167

55

SOUTH AFRICAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (SALGA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Menlyn Corporate Park, Block B, 175 Corobay Avenue, Cnr Garsfontein & Corobay, Waterkloof Glen Ext 11, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 2094, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 369 8000 FAX: 012 369 8001 WEB: salga.org.za EMAIL: info@salga.org.za

OVERVIEW The South African Local Government Association (SALGA) is the constitutionally mandated organisation responsible for local government oversight. SALGA performs two key strategic roles within the system of government: as protector, robustly enforcing the rights of the local government sector; and constructively disrupting areas of existing systems that make it impossible for local government to deliver on its mandate. The 2017-2022 strategy is premised on the fact that local government is the closest sector to the people and needs to be empowered,

resourced and capacitated to assume its critical role in delivering quality services. SALGA aims to ensure that local government realises/achieves spatial justice and social cohesion through integrated management of space, economies and people. This would be achieved through the three strategic outcomes that have been identified as follows: sustainable, inclusive economic growth underpinned by spatial transformation; good governance and resilient municipal institutions; and financial sustainability of local government and greater fiscal equity. For SALGA to realise the impact on the three identified outcomes, enabling priorities were identified as follows: ICT – ensuring local

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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government is benefitting from technological developments to provide better and more efficient services; data intelligence – providing indicators and data to enable empirical-based planning, governance and overall decision-making; innovation – exploring new and better ways of delivering services; research and knowledge management – by examining the best practices from around the world, local government can draw on global expertise to inform its own practices; IGR advocacy and structured engagement – ensuring that local government is fully represented at various levels, including the National Council of Provinces, various parliamentary committees, and intergovernmental relations; strategic partnerships – identifying organisations and programmes that will assist SALGA and local government to achieve shared developmental goals; and strategic profiling – serving as a platform for conversations about local government and educational initiatives.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Thembisile Nkadimeng (President) Deputy Chairperson: Mr Deon de Vos (Deputy President), Ms Zandile Gumede (Deputy President), Mr Sebenzile Ngangelizwe (Deputy President) National Executive Committee Members: Bongani Baloyi (Chairperson: Energy and Electricity), Mr Memory Booysen, Mr Gibson Chirwa (Chairperson: MPU), Ald Anton Coetsee (Chairperson: WC), Mr Mpho Khunou (Chairperson: Municipal Finance and Fiscal Relations WG), Mr Mxolisi Koyo (Chairperson: EC ), Ms M Letsie, Ms Xanthea Limberg, Ms Flora Maboa-Boltman, Mr T Justice Makolomakwa, Ms Linah Malatjie, Ms Nomfundo Mkhulisi (Chairperson: KZN), Ms OM Mlamleli, Ms Busisiwe Modisakeng (Chairperson: GP), Ms Maria Fetsang Molosiwa (Chairperson: NW), Ms Sofia Mosikatsi (Chairperson: NC), Mr Thami Ngubane (Chairperson: Water and Sanitation WG), Mr Xola Pakati (Chairperson: MID Working Group), Ms Gillian Pieters , Mr Stanley Ramaila (Chairperson :Health and Emergency Services), Mr Sipho S’thonga, Mr Pule Shayi, Ms Jesta Sidwell, Mr Xolani Sotashe (Chairperson: Human Settlements and Municipal Planning WG), Mr Bhekumzi Charles Stofile (Chairperson: Councillor Welfare, Governance and International Relations WG) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Xolile George Chief Financial Officer: Ms Themeka Mthethwa Chief Operations Officer: Mr Lance Joel

Senior Management: Mr Kutlwano Chaba (Chief Digital Officer), Ms Pindiwe Gida (Portfolio Head: Human Capital and Corporate Services), Mr Mthobeli Kolisa (Chief Officer: Infrastructure Delivery, Spatial Transformation and Sustainability), Ms Khomotso Letsatsi (Chief Officer: Municipal Finance, Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth), Mr Rio Nolutshungo (Chief Officer: Municipal Capabilities and Governance) Communications Officers: Mr Sivuyile Mbambato (Media Relations Officer), Ms Tebogo Mosala (Senior Manager: Marketing and Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

272 028

229 449

213 604

55 349

59 935

57 766

327 377

289 384

271 371

107 933

108 930

102 284

3 789

5 288

7 250

111 722

114 218

109 535

215 655

175 165

161 836

711 689

655 293

605 631

659 872

606 197

559 633

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

51 817

49 096

45 998

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(671 199)

(641 964)

(597 442)

Employee Costs

(91 048)

(100 380)

(83 072)

40 490

13 329

8 188

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

56 618

29 914

(13 587)

Investing Activities

(2 748)

(10 162)

(28 210)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

162 912

110 444

89 059

3

179

1 038

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

591

522

542

390

418

452

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COOPERATION (DIRCO) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: OR Tambo Building, 460 Soutpansberg Road, Rietondale, Pretoria, 0084

POSTAL: Private Bag X152, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 351 1000 FAX: 012 329 1000 WEB: www.dirco.gov.za EMAIL: webmaster@dirco.gov.za

international relations & cooperation Department: I nternational R elations and C ooperation REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) is to promote South Africa’s national interests and values, the African Renaissance and the creation of a better world for all. The Department’s strategic objectives are to: protect and promote South African national interests and values through bilateral and multilateral interactions; conduct and coordinate South Africa’s international relations and promote its foreign policy objectives; monitor international developments and advise government on foreign policy and related domestic matters; protect South Africa’s sovereignty and territorial integrity; contribute to the formulation of international law and enhance respect for the provisions thereof; promote multilateralism to secure a rules-based international system; maintain a modern, effective and excellence-driven department; provide consular services to South African nationals abroad; and provide a world-class and uniquely South African State Protocol service.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Dr Naledi Pandor (Minister of International Relations and Cooperation) (ANC)

MINISTER DR N PANDOR

DEPUTY MINISTER MR A BOTES

Deputy Minister: Mr Alvin Botes (Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation) (ANC), Ms Candith Mashego-Dlamini (Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation) (ANC) Director General: Mr Kgabo Mahoai (Acting) Chief of Staff: Ms B Makoko (Chief Director: Chief of Staff) Deputy Directors General: Mr TC Monyela (Public Diplomacy) Senior Management: Mr Z Amien (Director: Office of the Deputy Minister), Ms S Baloi (Chief Director: Multimedia), Mr J De Allende (Director: Head of Office of the Deputy Minister), Ms L de Jong (Acting

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Chief Director: State Events), Ms M Greeff (Director: Publishing and New Media), Mr N Kgwete (Director: Media Liaison), Ms N Makuwa (Acting Chief Director: Strategic Communications and Marketing), Ms N Mdledle (Director: Intergovernmental and Provincial Protocol), Mr T Moeng (Director: Radio, Television and Video), Mr M Mogale (Director: Early Warning Services), Ms P Mokazi (Director: Office of the Deputy Minister), Ms M Monaisa (Director: Internal Communication and Social Media), Mr D Motaung (Directorate: Media Research, Analysis and Speechwriting), Dr S Moulton (Director: Office of the Director General), Ms C Naidoo (Deputy Director: Office of the Director General), Mr A Neswiswi (Director: Public Participation), Mr SD Nyambi (Chief Director: Office of the Deputy Minister) Communications Officers: Mr Frans Luyanda (Director: Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Mr L Ngqengelele (Director: Media Liason Officer) Secretaries: Ms Carmen Heydenreich (Deputy Director: Personal Assistant), Ms Z Istain (Deputy Director: Personal Assistant), Ms J Razwiedani (Director: Administrative Secretary)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

6 567 282

6 587 329

6 446 946

Actual Expenditure

6 310 044

6 370 239

5 996 856

Employee Compensation

3 137 506

3 088 959

3 018 810

Goods and Services

2 126 988

2 323 595

2 227 415

58 221

54 256

59 976

255 849

291 239

259 546

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

2 431

2 434

2 453

Posts Filled

2 132

2 193

2 223

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AFRICAN RENAISSANCE AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION FUND (ARF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: OR Tambo Building, 460 Soutpansberg Road, Rietondale, Pretoria, 0084

POSTAL: Private Bag X152, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 351 1000 FAX: 012 329 1000 WEB: www.dirco.gov.za/department/african_renaissence/index.htm EMAIL: info@dirco.gov.za

and other countries, in particular African countries, through the promotion of democracy, good governance, the prevention and resolution of conflict, socio-economic development and integration, humanitarian assistance and human resource development; to repeal three Acts; and to provide for matters incidental thereto.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Financial Officer: Ms H Bhengu (Acting) Chief Operations Officer: Ms D Mathlako

OVERVIEW The vision of the African Renaissance and International Cooperation Fund (ARF) is a democratic, non-racial, non-sexist, conflict-free,developmental African continent. The ARF is committed to promoting South Africa’s national interests and values, the African Renaissance and the creation of a better world for all. In order to ensure that funding through the ARF is effective, the ARF has adopted the values of the Paris and Rome declarations on aid effectiveness. The ARF will ensure that the following key values are adhered to: the recipient country must take ownership of the process of determining the immediate-, medium- and long-term actions that will address the issues contained in its project proposal; the recipient country must achieve an understanding of the political, economic and security considerations; and a needs assessment should be conducted with direct involvement and ownership of the process by the country concerned. Integrated planning and coordination are critical in ensuring that South Africa’s efforts are in line with the development needs of the identified country. In addition to the above, the ARF will conduct its business while constantly adhering to the values of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO), namely: patriotism, loyalty, dedication, Ubuntu, constitutional values (Chapter 10) and Batho Pele.The aim of the African Renaissance and International Cooperation Fund is to: enhance cooperation between the Republic

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Clean Audit

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

918 029

862 439

1 092 993

-

-

-

918 029

862 439

1 092 993

450 095

422 603

295 893

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

450 095

422 603

295 893

Total Net Assets

467 934

439 836

797 100 170 954

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

109 825

113 975

Exchange Transactions

63 553

75 283

148 711

Non-Exchange Transactions

46 272

38 692

22 243

(45 021)

(136 839)

(42 084)

20 120

(57 376)

143 984

55 589

(196 725)

(1 398 513)

-

-

-

918 029

862 439

1 059 164

-

-

598

Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE (DPWI) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 256 Madiba Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X65, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 406 1000 FAX: 086 272 8986 WEB: www.publicworks.gov.za EMAIL: dg.pa@dpw.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure is committed to the attainment of a transformed built environment sector by: providing strategic leadership to the South African construction and property industries; establishing and ensuring compliance to policy and legislative prescripts for the management of state-owned and leased-in immovable assets, and South African construction and property sectors; providing

public works & infrastructure Department: P u b lic W ork s and I nf ras tru ctu re REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

strategic direction on the integration of public works priorities; and contributing to the national goals of job creation and poverty alleviation through Public Works Programmes. The Property Management Trading Entity, within the Department of Public Works ensures the effective management of the state’s immovable assets to contribute towards economic and social development and transformation of the built environment.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Ms Patricia De Lille (Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure) (GOOD)

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Deputy Minister: Ms Noxolo Kiviet (Deputy Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure) (ANC) Director General: Adv Sam Vukela Chief of Staff: Mr Roger Solomons Chief Financial Officer: Mr Mandla Sithole Deputy Directors General: Ms Lydia Bici (Professional Services), Mr Imtiaz Fazel (Governance, Risk and Compliance), Ms Nyeleti Makhubele (Facilities Management), Mr Molatelo Mohwasa (Acting Inter-Governmental Coordination), Mr Batho Mokhothu (Construction Project Management), Mr Clive Mtshisa (Corporate Services), Mr Raymond Naidoo (Acting Supply Chain Management), Ms Florence Rabada (Acting: Property and Construction Industry Policy and Research), Ms Sasa Subban (Real Estate Investment Services), Mr Samuel Thobakgale (Small Harbours, Coastal Properties Development and Special Projects) Senior Management: Mr Bassie Kgasoane (Chief Director: User Demand Management), Mr Sipho Lunyawo (Head of Office: Deputy Minister), Mr Mzwandile Sazona (Chief Director: Prestige Policy) Secretaries: Ms Nazley Davids (Private Secretary: Minister), Ms Ouma Muthambi (Personal Assistant: Director General), Ms Nokwanele Zakhe (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister)

MINISTER MS P DE LILLE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation

DEPUTY MINISTER MS N KIVIET

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

7 934 112

7 486 804

6 995 488

7 760 214

7 448 549

6 927 287

Employee Compensation

503 535

496 388

444 993

Goods and Services

364 744

469 583

369 421

17 479

9 499

16 856

6 497

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Actual Expenditure

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

786

866

1 220

Posts Filled

703

808

880

AGRÉMENT SOUTH AFRICA CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: CSIR Campus, Building 17B, 2nd Floor, Meiring Naudé Road, Brummeria, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 72381, Lynwood Ridge, 0040 TEL: 012 841 3708 WEB: www.agrement.co.za EMAIL: agrement@agrement.co.za

OVERVIEW Agrément South Africa’s vision is to be a world-class Technical Assessment Agency. Agrément South Africa’s mission is to promote government’s objectives of economic development, good governance and raising living standards and prosperity in South Africa. This will be achieved by encouraging and facilitating the use of innovative and non-standard construction products through its certification scheme, thereby capitalising on the benefits to be gained. Agrément South Africa’s quality management values are based on strict quality management principles. They are implemented through the commitment and participation of all staff and includes continuous consultation with clients. This approach provides an effective service and ensures a high standard of innovative construction products and systems assessments.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Jeffrey Mahachi (Acting) Board Members: Mr Mfundo Xulu Dlamini, Mr Denzil Fredericks, Mr Michael Mamothethi, Ms Mariana Marneweck, Mr Xolisa Mnyani, Adv Lufuno Tokyo Nevondwe, Ms Ntebo Ngcobo, Dr Vuyelwa Nhlapo Chief Executive Officer: Mr Joe Odhiambo Chief Financial Officer: Mr Richard Somanje Senior Management: Lerato Magalo (Executive Manager: Technical Services), Mr Frans Makwaeba (ICT), Mr Lennox Makwedini (Senior Technical Assessor), Mr Daniel Mamaregane (Procurement Officer), Ms Lucia Marule (Chief Audit Executive), Itumeleng Masekoa (Quality Assurance Specialist), Mr Frans Mofomadi (Audit and Risk Officer), Mr Lucas Mokone (Senior Technical Assessor), Ms Sophy Molete (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Ms Emily Moloto (Technical Assessor), Ms Lucia Montoedi (Manager: Audit, Risk and Compliance), Direshni Naiker (Manager: Eco-Labelling), Ms Ramona Singh (Board Secretary), Ms Hilda Tladi (Internal Audit Specialist) Communications Officers: Ms Catherine Morgan (Marketing and Communications Practitioner)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

24 345

22 436

13 731

5 164

4 233

407

29 510

26 669

14 138

7 344

7 200

1 864

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

7 344

6 924

1 864

Total Net Assets

22 165

19 469

12 274

36 734

34 311

32 498

4 724

4 323

3 453

36 734

29 988

29 045

Total Expenditure

(34 991)

(30 885)

(20 224)

Employee Costs

(19 059)

(15 937)

(10 976)

1 742

3 426

12 274 13 522

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

3 788

13 428

Investing Activities

(1 909)

(4 362)

(160)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

24 306

22 428

13 362

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

169

3 160

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

40

41

41

Posts Filled

32

28

23

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB)

PHYSICAL: Block N&R, SABS Campus, 2 Dr Lategan Road, Groenkloof, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 2107, Brooklyn Square, 0075 TEL: 086 100 2432 / 012 482 7200 FAX: 086 681 9995 / 087 238 5555 WEB: www.cidb.org.za EMAIL: cidb@cidb.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) is to drive enhanced delivery management, capacity improvement and contractor development in the construction industry through strategic interventions and partnerships. The Board’s mandate is to: establish a national register of contractors and construction projects to systematically regulate, monitor and promote the performance of the industry for sustainable growth, delivery and empowerment; promote improved delivery management capacity and the uniform application of procurement policy throughout all spheres of government; promote improved performance and best practice of public and private sector clients, contractors and other participants in the construction delivery process; promote sustainable participation of the emerging sector; provide strategic direction and develop effective partnerships for growth, reform and improvement of the construction sector.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Natalie Carol Skeepers Deputy Chairperson: Mr Mboniseni Dlamini Board Members: Mr Gonasagran Denzel Maduray, Mr Kennedy Maimela, Mr Eric Manchidi, Mr Danny Masimene, Ms Malebo Matolong, Mr Sipho Abednego Mosai, Mr Mpendulo Ndlazi, Mr Lufuno Nevhutalu, Ms Thuthuka Songelwa, Ms Bongekile Zulu Chief Executive Officer: Mr Cyril Gamede Chief Financial Officer: Mr Sfiso Nsibande (Acting) Chief Operations Officer: Ms Bongiwe George (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Ishmail Cassiem (Acting Programme Manager: Construction Industry Performance), Mr Enoch Masibi (Acting Programme Manager: Construction Registers Service), Dr Rodney Milford (Acting Chief Strategic Governance and Corporate Services), Mr German Mphlahlele (Acting Programme Manager: Provincial Offices and Contractor Development)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

244 985

245 364

217 560

42 187

18 630

13 782

287 172

263 994

231 342

108 556

87 521

82 289

-

-

103

108 556

87 521

82 392

178 616

176 473

148 950 177 448

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

189 841

190 014

Exchange Transactions

63 693

62 860

58 901

Non-Exchange Transactions

126 147

127 154

118 547

Total Expenditure

(187 705)

(163 169)

(142 253)

Employee Costs

(89 999)

(83 855)

(78 257)

2 136

26 845

35 195 40 809

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CONTACT DETAILS

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

26 561

39 773

(26 835)

(9 689)

(322)

241 026

241 401

211 768

-

414

419

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

164

174

171

COUNCIL FOR THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT (CBE) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2nd Floor, Corobay Corner, 169 Corobay Avenue, Waterkloof Glen, 0010

POSTAL: PO Box 915, Groenkloof, 0027 TEL: 012 346 3985 / 087 980 5009 FAX: 012 346 3986 WEB: cbe.org.za EMAIL: info@cbe.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Council for the Built Environment (CBE) is to lead, regulate, advise and coordinate professions and their councils to meet the National Built Environment and Transformation Future of the industry. The CBE’s mandate is to: promote and protect the interest of the public in the built environment; promote and maintain a sustainable built environment and natural environment; promote ongoing human resources development in the built environment; facilitate participation by the built environment professions in integrated development in the context of national goals; promote appropriate standards of health, safety and environmental protection within the built environment; promote sound governance of the built environment professions; promote liaison in the field of training in South Africa and elsewhere and to promote the standards of such training in the country; serve as a forum where the built environment professions may discuss the

relevant issues (required qualifications; standards of education; training and competence; promotion of professional status; and legislation impacting on the built environment); and ensure uniform application of norms and guidelines set by the councils for the professions throughout the built environment.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr SS Dlamini Deputy Chairperson: Ms KEM Mogodi Council Members: Dr J Badul, Dr CH Deacon, Mr CV Gamede, Mr NE Hutamo, Dr KI Jacobs, Ms ZY Makhathini, Mr JL Margolius, Mr GH Meyer, Ms NH Molao, Mr WO Mothowamodimo, Ms ST Mthembu, Ms K Naidoo, Mr H Ndlovu, Ms N Qina, Ms F Rabada Chief Executive Officer: Ms Priscilla Mdlalose Chief Financial Officer: Ms Lindy Jansen van Vuuren

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Chief Operations Officer: Mr Mokgema Mongane Senior Management: Mr Sandile Boyi (Manager: Skills Development), Adv Pieter Fourie (Manager: Regulations and Legal Services and Acting Company Secretary), Ms Zanele Makhathini (Manager: Human Capital and Facilities Management), Mr Phuti Manamela (Manager: Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Tshepo Mashilompane (Manager: Knowledge Management and IT), Ms Nana Mhlongo (Manager: Research and Policy), Ms Sarie Treeby (Manager: Finance), Dr Ehrhard Visser (Manager: Transformation Programmes) Communications Officers: Ms Evelyn Bramdeow (Communications and Stakeholder Relations Specialist)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

60 243

54 669

52 435

5 337

2 411

1 747

54 906

52 258

50 688

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(60 870)

(55 210)

(51 603)

Employee Costs

(30 238)

(28 753)

(25 651)

(627)

(541)

832

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(2 359)

1 191

1 253

Investing Activities

(1 337)

(703)

(1 268)

5 688

9 491

9 141

-

147

114

2017/18

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

2019/20

2018/19

R’000

R’000

R’000

Posts Approved

40

39

39

10 055

10 323

10 294

Posts Filled

34

36

36

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

25 848

48 500

46 003 36 820

5 743

6 297

7 114

15 798

16 620

17 408

Current Liabilities

5 675

5 030

6 205

Non-Current Liabilities

1 973

2 813

1 836

Total Liabilities

7 648

7 843

8 041

Total Net Assets

8 150

8 777

9 367

Total Assets

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

ENGINEERING COUNCIL OF SOUTH AFRICA (ECSA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1st Floor Waterview Corner, 2 Ernest Oppenheimer Avenue, Bruma Lake Office Park, Bruma, Johannesburg, 2198

POSTAL: Private Bag X691, Bruma, Johannesburg, 2026 TEL: 011 607 9500 / 0861 225 555 FAX: 011 622 9295 WEB: www.ecsa.co.za EMAIL: engineer@ecsa.co.za

OVERVIEW The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Engineering Profession Act (EPA), 46 of 2000. The ECSA’s primary role is the regulation of the engineering profession in terms of this Act. Its core functions are: the accreditation of engineering programmes; registration of persons as professionals in specified categories; and the regulation of the practice of registered persons. ECSA is the only body in South Africa that is authorised to register engineering professionals and bestow the use of engineering titles such as Pr Eng, Pr Tech Eng, Pr Techni Eng, Pr Cert Eng, on persons who have met the requisite professional registration criteria. Its vision is to ensure engineering excellence and to transform the nation and fulfils this vision though: determining standards for education and accreditation of educational programmes; registration of engineering practitioners; developing and sustaining a relevant, transformed, competent and internationally recognised engineering profession; educating the public on expected engineering quality standards; protecting the interest of the public against sub-standard quality of engineering work; regulatory efforts to ensure environmental protection; and engaging with government to support national priorities.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

President: Mr Mashao Lawrence Lebea Vice President: Ms Refilwe Buthelezi Chief Executive Officer: Mr Sipho Madonsela Chief Financial Officer: Mr Gerard Schekkerman (Acting) Senior Management: Mr John Cato (Executive: Regulatory Function),

36 744 85 244

82 823

23 483

20 466

25 953

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

23 483

20 466

25 953

Total Net Assets

36 593

64 778

56 871

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

139 346

129 138

119 858

Total Expenditure

(167 531)

(121 231)

(106 019)

Employee Costs

(53 239)

(54 672)

(44 726)

(28 185)

7 907

13 838

Operating Activities

3 803

(10 693)

24 848

Investing Activities

(1 471)

(2 036)

(4 924)

24 453

22 122

34 851

n/a

n/a

-

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

OFFICE BEARERS

34 227 60 076

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

n/a

n/a

109

Posts Filled

n/a

n/a

91

Ms Zola Khoza (Executive: Office of the CEO), Ms Millicent Kwabe (Acting Executive: Strategic Services), Mr Boitumelo Cox Mokgoro (Executive: Financial Services), Mr Edmund Nxumalo (Executive: Research, Policy and Standards), Mr Christopher Tsatsawane (Executive: Strategic Services) Communications Officers: Ms Millicent Kwabe (Manager: Stakeholder Relations and Marketing)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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INDEPENDENT DEVELOPMENT TRUST (IDT)

PHYSICAL: Block B, Glenwood Office Park, Cnr Oberon & Sprite Streets, Faerie Glen, Pretoria, 0043

POSTAL: PO Box 73000, Lynnwood Ridge, 0043 TEL: 012 845 2000 FAX: 012 348 0939 WEB: www.idt.org.za EMAIL: info@idt.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Independent Development Trust (IDT) is to manage and deliver integrated social infrastructure programmes on behalf of government on time, cost-effectively and through a people-centred approach. The IDT is a schedule 2 state-owned entity that manages the implementation and delivery of critically needed social infrastructure and social development programmes on behalf of the South African government. The IDT reports to the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure, who is the executive authority and the shareholder representative. The IDT’s national office is located in Pretoria, and has provincial offices in the country’s nine provinces. The IDT was established in 1990 and was allocated a grant of R2 billion by government to support education, housing, health services and business development projects in previously disadvantaged and mainly rural areas. After 1999, the IDT was reconfigured and listed as a schedule 2 programme implementation agency as prescribed by the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) 1 of 1999. From 1999 to date, the organisation has delivered approximately R27,4 billion worth of social infrastructure and social development programmes across the country.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Executive Officer: Mr Chris Lombard (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Moitswadi Mofokeng Senior Management: Mr Mzolisi Fukula (Senior Manager: Executive Support Office of the CEO), Ms Nonhlanhla Khumalo (KwaZulu-Natal Regional General Manager), Mr Chris Lombaard (Executive: Programme Management Services), Mr Sydney Machete (Acting Mpumalanga Regional General Manager), Mr Joseph Bali Mamabolo (Limpopo Regional General Manager), Mr Phumlani Mdleleni (Acting Eastern Cape Regional General Manager), Ms Patience Mokhali (Northern Cape Regional General Manager), Mr Tseliso James Mokhethi (Free State Regional General Manager), Ms Sannah Sebitlo (Acting Gauteng Regional General Manager), Mr Alan Wright (Acting Western Cape Regional General Manager) Communications Officers: Mr Phasha Makgolane (Acting Senior Manager: Communications and Marketing Specialist)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Audit not Finalised

Qualified

Disclaimer

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

n/a

1 922 658

2 155 625

Non-Current Assets

n/a

27 864

34 102

n/a

1 950 522

2 189 727

Current Liabilities

n/a

1 833 989

2 046 021

Non-Current Liabilities

n/a

150

1 005

Total Liabilities

n/a

1 834 139

2 047 026

Total Net Assets

n/a

116 383

142 701

Total Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

n/a

235 018

349 775

Exchange Transactions

n/a

206 656

238 709

Non-Exchange Transactions

n/a

28 362

111 066

Total Expenditure

n/a

(261 337)

(420 625)

Employee Costs

n/a

(196 836)

(250 673)

n/a

(26 319)

(70 850)

Operating Activities

n/a

(4 669)

(27 541)

Investing Activities

n/a

(167)

42 253

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

n/a

12 327

18 452

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

n/a

17 681

5 887

2017/18

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CONTACT DETAILS

CASH FLOW

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

n/a

297

441

Posts Filled

n/a

284

326

DEPARTMENT OF TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS (DTA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1 Pencadia Building, 509 Pretorius Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X804, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 336 5824/5 FAX: 012 336 5952 WEB: www.cogta.gov.za

traditional affairs Department: T rad itional A f f airs REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Traditional Affairs is to coordinate traditional affairs activities across government through: development of appropriate policies, norms and standards, systems, and a regulatory framework governing traditional affairs; provision of support to the traditional affairs institution; enhancement of information and knowledge management on traditional affairs; and promotion of culture, heritage and social cohesion.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma (Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs) (ANC)

DEPUTY MINISTER MR O BAPELA

DIRECTOR GENERAL MR M DIPHOFA

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Deputy Minister: Mr Obed Bapela (Deputy Minister of Traditional

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Affairs) (ANC)

Director General: Mr Mashwahle Diphofa Chief of Staff: Mr Sifiso Ngobo Chief Financial Officer: Mr Obed Matsobane Aphane Deputy Directors General: Mrs Reshoketswe Mogaladi, Ms Thandaza Shandu

Senior Management: Mr Jacob Mashishi (Executive Manager: Office of the Director General)

Communications Officers: Ms Modiegi Madiga (Communication Services), Mr Clifford Mogatjane (Cabinet and Parliamentary Liaison) Secretaries: Ms Anna Maluleka (Personal Assistant: Director General Traditional Affairs), Ms Unathi Sityata (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

168 401

163 446

152 604

Actual Expenditure

160 716

154 263

139 558

Employee Compensation

72 888

65 627

62 544

Goods and Services

39 756

37 726

31 552

2 636

1 848

2 794

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

111

108

99

100

95

86

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

NATIONAL HOUSE OF TRADITIONAL LEADERS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 509 Cnr Pretorius & Steve Biko Streets, Pencardia 1, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0083

POSTAL: Private Bag X196, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 336 5853 FAX: 086 657 4157 WEB: www.cogta.gov.za EMAIL: sitholeam@cogta.gov.za

OVERVIEW The National House of Traditional Leaders is a body composed of traditional leaders who are delegates from the Provincial Houses of Traditional Leaders of South Africa, representing the Provincial Houses at national level. It was established to: represent traditional leadership and their communities; advance the aspirations of the traditional leadership and their communities at national level; advance the plight of provincial houses of traditional leaders, traditional leadership and their communities at national government level; participate on international matters that have to do with custom, traditions and matters of common interest and influence government legislative processes at national level.

The mandate of the House is to: promote the role of traditional leadership within the constitutional dispensation; promote nationbuilding; promote peace, stability and cohesiveness of communities; develop, preserve and promote culture and traditions of communities; consider Parliamentary Bills referred to it by the Secretary; participate in intergovernmental structures and advise the national government and make recommendations on any matter that the government may require.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Kgosi Phopolo Maubane Deputy Chairperson: Inkosikazi Nomandla Mhlauli Chief Executive Officer: Mr Abram Sithole Senior Management: Mr Sam Khandhlela, Mr Jocob Mashishi Communications Officers: Mr Mandla Linda

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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JUSTICE AND PROTECTION SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES (DCS)

64

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE (DOD)

64

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY VETERANS (DMV)

65

ARMAMENTS CORPORATION OF SOUTH AFRICA SOC LTD (ARMSCOR)

65

CASTLE CONTROL BOARD

66

DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS (DHA)

67

GOVERNMENT PRINTING WORKS (GPW)

67

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DOJ&CD)

68

MASTER OF THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA

68

NATIONAL PROSECUTING AUTHORITY OF SOUTH AFRICA (NPA)

69

SOUTH AFRICAN LAW REFORM COMMISSION (SALRC)

69

LEGAL AID SOUTH AFRICA

70

PRESIDENT'S FUND

70

SOUTH AFRICAN BOARD FOR SHERIFFS

71

SPECIAL INVESTIGATING UNIT (SIU)

71

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE (SAPS)

72

CIVILIAN SECRETARIAT FOR POLICE SERVICE (CSPS)

73

INDEPENDENT POLICE INVESTIGATIVE DIRECTORATE (IPID)

73

PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY REGULATORY AUTHORITY (PSIRA)

74

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE (OCJ)

74

CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA

75

JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION (JSC)

75

LAND CLAIMS COURT (LCC)

76

SUPREME COURT OF APPEAL

76

STATE SECURITY AGENCY (SSA)

77

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DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES (DCS)

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Poyntons Building (West Block), 124 WF Nkomo Street (Cnr WF Nkomo & Sophie De Bruyn Streets), Pretoria,0001

correctional services

POSTAL: Private Bag X136, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 307 2998/9 WEB: www.dcs.gov.za EMAIL: communications@dcs.gov.za

Department: C orrectional Services REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Department of Correctional Services is to contribute to a just, peaceful and safer South Africa through effective and humane incarceration of inmates, and rehabilitation and social reintegration of offenders. The Department’s strategic objectives are: building organisational capacity for enhanced service delivery; effective management of business processes to promote good governance and ethical administration; providing a secured ICT infrastructure and business systems; professionalising for effective human resource management and development; an effective management of remand detention processes to promote conducive participation in court processes; holding remand detainees and offenders in secure, safe and humane conditions; effective case management process; effective incarceration and rehabilitation to protect society; correcting offender behaviour through access to correctional programmes and psychological, social and spiritual services; improving offenders’ human development through literacy, education and skills competency programmes; reduced reoffending to contribute to a safer South Africa; providing inmates with appropriate nutritional services; providing inmates with appropriate access to health services; rehabilitating, monitoring and accepting probationers and parolees as law-abiding citizens by the communities; providing offenders with access to restorative justice processes; and effective management and functioning of the parole boards.

NATIONAL COMMISSIONER MR A FRASER

DEPUTY MINISTER INKOSI P HOLOMISA

Regional Commissioners: Mr Delekile Klaas (Western Cape), Mr Phiko Mbambo (Eastern Cape), Ms Grace Molatedi (Gauteng), Ms Subashini Moodley (Free State and Northern Cape), Mr James Smalberger (KwaZulu-Natal), Mr Tlabo Thokolo (Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West) Communications Officers: Mr Logan Maistry (Chief Director: Communications), Mr Sechaba Mphahlele (Media Liaison Officer), Mr Chrispin Phiri (Ministerial Spokesperson), Mr Gabriel Seakamela (Stakeholder Relations and Protocol), Mr Mfuzo Zenzile (Parliamentary Liaison Officer) Secretaries: Ms Thembi Gwamanda (Personal Assistant: National Commissioner), Ms Phumla Mkula (Personal Assistant: Deputy Minister), Ms Patience Mokgokong, Ms Zanele Ndlovu

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Ronald Lamola (Minister of Justice and Correctional Services) (ANC)

Deputy Minister: Inkosi Phatekile Holomisa (Deputy Minister of Correctional Services) (ANC) National Commissioner: Mr Arthur Fraser Chief of Staff: Mr Bruce Sarela Chief Financial Officer: Mr Nicodemus Ligege Chief Deputy Commissioners: Mr KJ Katenga (Strategic Management), Adv Patrick Mashibini (Human Resources), Mr Mandla Mkabela (Chief Operations Officer), Ms AN Molepo (Community Corrections), Ms Nthabiseng Mosupye (Government Information Technical Officer – GITO), Ms CK Ramulifho (Remand Detention), Mr TSM Thobakgale (Incarceration and Corrections), Mr Johann Vincent van der Westhuizen (Inspecting Judge of Correctional Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

25 482 356

23 981 757

22 979 579

Actual Expenditure

25 206 564

23 778 124

22 575 309

16 791 438

15 836 423

15 192 861

6 811 470

6 766 032

6 331 609

515 439

522 336

620 118

536 715

161 710

181 519

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

42 061

41 463

41 462

38 121

38 344

39 296

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE (DOD) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr Nossob & Boeing Streets, Erasmuskloof, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X910, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 355 6321 / 6999 WEB: www.dod.mil.za EMAIL: info@dod.mil.za

defence Department: Def ence REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the Department of Defence is to provide, manage, prepare and employ defence capabilities commensurate with the needs of South Africa, as regulated by the Constitution, national legislation, parliamentary and executive direction. The Department’s strategic priorities are to: halve poverty and unemployment; ensure a more equitable distribution of the benefits of economic growth and reduce inequality; improve the national health profile and skills base and ensure universal access to basic services; improve the safety of citizens by reducing incidents of crime and corruption; and build a nation free of all forms of racism, sexism, tribalism and xenophobia.

Minister: Ms Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula (Minister of Defence and Military Veterans) (ANC)

Deputy Minister: Mr Thabang Makwetla (Deputy Minister of Defence and Military Veterans) (ANC) Director General: Dr Sam Gulube (Secretary: Defence and Military Veterans) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Eric Siphiwe Sokhela Deputy Directors General: Vice Adm Mosiwa Samuel Hlongwane (Chief: South African Navy), Lt Gen Fabian Zimpande Msimang (Chief: South African Air Force), Surg Gen AP Sedibe (Chief: South African Military Health Service), Gen Solly Zacharia Shoke (Chief:

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

MINISTER MS N MAPISA-NQAKULA

DEPUTY MINISTER MR T MAKWETLA

DIRECTOR GENERAL DR S GULUBE

South African National Defence Force), Lt Gen Lindile Yam (Chief: South African Army) Communications Officers: Ms Joy Nonzukiso Peter (Ministerial Spokesperson) Secretaries: Ms Nozuko Gqirhana Woko (Personal Assistant: Minister)

R’000

R’000

R’000

52 177 287

49 310 626

49 958 929

50 859 371

48 474 452 50 003 038

Employee Compensation

31 803 026

30 011 960

28 040 854

Goods and Services

10 960 184

10 370 806

10 785 524

1 417 666

1 442 941

1 633 786

2 859 334

3 624 197

832 753

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

89 500

89 514

74 649

Posts Filled

73 987

74 508

75 051

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY VETERANS (DMV) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 328 Festival Street, Hatfield, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X943, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 765 9300 / 080 232 3244 WEB: www.dmv.gov.za EMAIL: odg@dmv.gov.za

military veterans Department: M ilitary V eterans REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Military Veterans is to facilitate delivery and coordinate all activities that recognise and entrench the restoration of dignity and appreciation of the contribution of military veterans to our freedom and nation-building. The Military Veterans Act aims to: establish a framework for the implementation of the national policy and standards governing military veterans’ affairs; improve the quality of life of military veterans and their dependants so they may realise their socio-economic progress; and recognise and honour military veterans in life and remember them in death for their sacrifices on behalf of the nation. The Act places an obligation for the state to roll out the following proposed services and benefits to the military veterans and their dependents: military pension; housing; free access to military health services; free/subsidised access to public transport; skills acquisition and education support; job placement; burial support; entrepreneurial support services; and counselling. All the proposed benefits are accessed through a means test. In other words, each individual application is evaluated on a needs assessment and case-by-case basis.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Ms Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula (Minister of Defence and Military Veterans) (ANC) Director General: Lt Gen (Retd) Derrick Mbuyiselo Mgwebi (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Sibongiseni Ndlovu Deputy Directors General: Ms Nontobeko Mafu (Empowerment and Stakeholder Management), Ms Xolisa Morolo (Acting DDG: SocioEconomic Support Services and Chief Director: Health and Wellness), Adv Nandipha Ntsaluba (Acting: Corporate Services) Senior Management: Mr Wilkin Sihle Dlungwana (Chief Director: Skills Development and Empowerment Programmes), Mr Attwell Kwankwa

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

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(Acting Director: Human Resources), Ms Onicca Masekoameng (Director: GITO), Mr Kobedi Matsafu (Chief Director: MV Beneficiary Support Services), Mr Mbulelo Musi (Chief Director: Socio-Economic Support), Ms Nomvo Ngcenge (Director: Legal), Mr Alfred Ngobeni (Chief Director: Stakeholder Management), Adv Nandipha Ntsalupha (Chief Director: Strategic Support), Mr Sandisa Siyengo (Chief Director: Research and Policy Development) Communications Officers: Ms Phumeza Dzuguda (Director: Communications), Ms Lebogang Mothapa (Media Liaison), Ms Joy Nonzukiso Peter (Ministerial Spokesperson) Secretaries: Mmabatho Moletsane (Personal Assistant: Deputy Minister), Ms Puseletso Mthombeni (Personal Assistant: Director General), Ms Nozuko Gqirhana Woko (Personal Assistant: Minister)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

653 636

627 140

624 869

Actual Expenditure

601 500

477 205

541 977

Employee Compensation

130 073

123 788

116 243

Goods and Services

235 377

212 564

200 243

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

1 506

2 539

6 701

4 720

11 058

24 335

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

169

169

169

Posts Filled

137

138

127

ARMAMENTS CORPORATION OF SOUTH AFRICA SOC LTD (ARMSCOR) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr Delmas Drive & Nossob Street, Erasmuskloof, Extension 4, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X337, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 428 1911 FAX: 012 428 5635 WEB: www.armscor.co.za EMAIL: info@armscor.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Armaments Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (ARMSCOR) is to become the premier defence technology and

acquisition service provider for the South African Government and its allies on the African continent and in the world. Armscor is renowned for its acquisition expertise in providing defence turnkey solutions,

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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which encompass technology development, product development and support, product upgrading, as well as disposal of equipment. Its research and development focuses on producing cutting-edge technology products. The organisation prides itself on maintaining high-quality international standards through rigorous testing and evaluation processes on all its technology management projects. Armscor is committed to driving creativity and innovation in collaboration with strategic partners. The organisation also provides marketing support to the South African Defence Industry (SADI).

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 097 863

602 355

795 440

2 368 007

2 833 768

1 900 624

3 465 870

3 436 123

2 696 064

Current Liabilities

329 628

420 055

369 553

Non-Current Liabilities

284 137

253 361

266 246

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

Total Liabilities

613 765

673 416

635 799

2 852 105

2 762 707

2 060 265

1 800 813

1 754 127

1 660 752

654 767

648 615

612 679

1 146 046

1 105 512

1 048 073

Total Expenditure

(1 607 586)

(1 530 508)

(1 646 010)

Employee Costs

(1 119 445)

(1 125 211)

(1 145 156)

178 658

235 311

14 742

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

Chairperson: Dr PD Dexter Deputy Chairperson: Mr MS Motimele Board Members: Mr JG Grobler (CFO), Ms M Mampe Kumalo

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

(Company Secretary), Dr RC Lubisi, Ms PN Mashinini, Ms R Matenche, Adv SP Mbada (Acting CEO), Amb JT Ndhlovu, Maj Gen (Retd) LC Pepani, Ms F Skweyiya, Mr TM Sukazi Chief Executive Officer: Adv SP Mbada Chief Financial Officer: Mr JG Grobler Senior Management: Dr HL Jansen van Rensburg, Ms M Kumalo (Company Secretary), Mr NM Mabaso (Senior Manager: ICT Security), Dr N Mkaza (Group Executive: Research and Development), Adv N Mvambo (Group Executive: Corporate Support), Ms JL Mzili (Group Executive: Business Enablement), Mr GO Radebe (Executive Manager: IT), Adv NB Senne (Group Executive: Business Assurance), Mr Meshack Phuti Teffo (Group Executive: Acquisition and SCM) Communications Officers: Ms Theresa Potgieter (Human Resources: Remuneration and Benefits Manager)

2019/20

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

256 191

250 677

148 762

Investing Activities

272 012

(542 670)

(284 923)

864 930

336 727

628 720

9 756

4 052

15 675

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 556

1 467

1 641

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

CASTLE CONTROL BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr Castle & Darling Streets, Cape Town, 8001 POSTAL: PO Box 1, Cape Town, 8001 TEL: 021 461 4673/6 / 021 787 1339 FAX: 021 787 1089 WEB: www.castleofgoodhope.co.za EMAIL: ceo@castleofgoodhope.co.za

OVERVIEW The Castle Control Board, a Schedule 3A Public Entity, is responsible for the overall management, maintenance and promotion of the Castle of Good Hope as a heritage site and tourist attraction. In terms of this legislative mandate the organisation is expected to provide a range of public services and goods on behalf of the Department of Defence and Military Veterans to local community members, tourists, learners, students, conservation agencies, exhibitors, performers, cultural organisations, traditional authorities, filming companies, event organisers, military institutions and the like. The Board’s mission is to be a service-orientated public entity, striving to create an environment where national pride serves to build an internationally known and recognised cultural and heritage brand for Ubuntu, dialogue, nation-building and human rights recognition; guarantee the development of a smooth functioning, self-sustaining, ’must-see’ iconic visitor and learner destination; optimise its tourism potential and accessibility to the public; and preserve and protect its cultural and military heritage by elevating it to UNESCO World Heritage status. The Board’s vision is to be a globally significant, truly accessible centre that showcases South Africa’s shared heritage. In its management of the Castle of Good Hope, the Castle Control Board has committed to infuse its programmatic and other corporate activities with the following core values: service quality and excellence; operate with honesty and dignity; respect for the diversity in military, cultural and social history; genuine partnerships and collaborative relationships; community engagement and inclusivity; and fiscal responsibility, accountability, transparency and sustainability.

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Calvyn Travers Gilfellan Chief Financial Officer: Mr Mandla Ngewu Senior Management: Sonwabile Maxebengula (Heritage, Culture and Education Manager), Mr Derek Williams (Events Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

222 4 022 4 244 729 729 3 515

172 4 679 4 850 1 302 1 302 3 549

1 060 1 782 2 842 1 297 1 297 1 546

5 811 5 517 295 (5 845) (3 604) (34)

9 062 5 720 3 342 (7 061) (4 870) 2 001

6 093 5 822 271 (8 723) (5 797) (2 630)

(32) 108 -

(727) (14) 140 -

(2 781) (170) 881 -

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

16 13

16 13

16 16

AUDIT OUTCOME

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

OFFICE BEARERS

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Chairperson: Lt Gen Jabulani Sydney Mbuli Board Members: Ms Adre Aggenbach, Ms Carmen de Vries, Col Martin

HUMAN RESOURCES

Feni, Mr Calvyn Travers Gilfellan (CEO), Mr David Hart, Ms J Lain, Adv D Mitchell, Mr B Mwasinga, Dr B Ndhlovu, Mr Mandla Ngewu (CFO), Mr Derek Williams (Board Secretary)

Posts Approved Posts Filled

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS (DHA)

PHYSICAL: Hallmark Building, 230 Johannes Ramokhoase Street, Pretoria

home affairs

POSTAL: Private Bag X114, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 406 2500 / 0800 60 11 90 FAX: 086 512 7864 WEB: www.dha.gov.za EMAIL: communications@dha.gov.za

Department: H ome A f f airs REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Home Affairs is the efficient determination and safeguarding of the identity and status of citizens and the regulation of immigration to ensure security, promote development and fulfil our international obligations. The Department’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to: establish a Border Management Agency and build a comprehensive, secure National Identity System, which will contribute significantly to reducing fraud and preventing identity theft; facilitate the importation of skills that are critical to ensuring economic growth and the creation of jobs; and provide an efficient, effective and development-orientated public service by being the custodian of the identity and status of citizens.

MINISTER DR A MOTSOALEDI

DEPUTY MINISTER MR N NZUZA

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Dr Aaron Motsoaledi (Minister of Home Affairs) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Mr Njabulo Nzuza (Deputy Minister of

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Home Affairs) (ANC) Director General: Mr LT Makhode Chief of Staff: Mr Modupi Maisela ka Mdluli Chief Financial Officer: Mr Gordon Hollamby (DDG: Finance and SCM) Deputy Directors General: Mr Thulani Mavuso (Institutional Planning and Support and Acting: ICT), Mr Jackson Mckay (Immigration Services), Ms Nkidi Mohoboko (Human Resource Management and Development), Adv Conny Moitse (Counter Corruption and Security), Mr Thomas Sigama (Civic Services) Senior Management: Paseka Mokhethea (Chief Director: Head of Communication Services) Communications Officers: Mr Magomarele Hlakudi (Parliamentary Officer), Mr Siyabulela Qoza (Media Liaison Officer) Secretaries: Ms Vuyiswa Monye (Personal Assistant: Minister), Ms Mamokolo Sethosa (Private Secretary: Minister)

AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

10 590 345

10 205 905

9 561 617 8 401 679

9 531 020

9 069 099

Employee Compensation

3 593 896

3 403 150

3 192 570

Goods and Services

3 269 769

3 171 432

3 196 730

461 901

332 315

553 885

11 804

27 118

34 964

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

8 810

9 080

9 784

Posts Filled

8 726

9 049

9 328

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

CONTACT DETAILS

GOVERNMENT PRINTING WORKS (GPW)

government printing

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 149 Bosman Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X85, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 748 6000/1/2 WEB: www.gpwonline.co.za EMAIL: info@gpw.gov.za

Department: G overnment P rinting W ork s REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the Government Printing Works (GPW) is to provide cost-effective, reliable and timeous services to all spheres of government in printing; deliver equitable information to the public; and disseminate government information through technology, innovation and service excellence. Having invested in modern and world-class printing and data management technology, the GPW is fully equipped to meet its customers’ printing needs, offering a comprehensive suite of standard printing, security printing and publishing services to the South African government. The GPW also supports the dissemination of government information to the public. As the editor and publisher of Government Gazettes – the official publications used by government to communicate messages of national importance to the general public – the GPW now also provides its customers with convenient electronic access to submit content, read current gazettes and access all back issues. The GPW’s wide range of products and services comprises printing services, security printing and consulting services, gazette services, publications, and government stationery services.

Chief Executive Officer: Ms Alinah Fosi (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Gordon Hollamby (Acting General Manager: Financial Services)

Senior Management: Mr A Apleni (Chief Information Officer), Ms Hantie Curlewis (Acting Chief Director: Financial Services), Ms Alinah Fosi (General Manager: Strategic Management), Ms Beatrix Geldenhuys (Parliamentary Support: Cape Town), Ms Michelle Modise (General Manager: Human Resources), Mr Kuben Moodley (Chief Director: Operations and Production), Mr Sihle Ngubane (Chief Director: Production and Acting General Manager: Operations and Production) Communications Officers: Mr Ndleleni Boyilane (Communications Specialist), Ms Bonakele Mbhele (Chief Director: Marketing and Stakeholder Relations)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

2 732 993

2 653 845

Non-Current Assets

1 005 852

842 502

3 738 845

3 496 347

232 044

164 064

438 621

492 364

670 655

656 428

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

3 068 180

3 839 919

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

1 556 229

1 478 783

1 497 015

1 405 476

59 214

73 307

Total Expenditure

(1 027 968)

(953 509)

Employee Costs

(110 425)

(97 726)

528 261

525 274

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW 594 789

479 869

Investing Activities

Operating Activities

(236 707)

(103 632)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

2 209 888

2 151 806

18 246

64 687

2018/19

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

717

752

Posts Filled

616

604

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DOJ&CD) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Momentum Centre, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 315 1111 FAX: 012 315 8130/1 WEB: www.justice.gov.za EMAIL: webmaster@justice.gov.za

the doj & cd Department: J u s tice and C ons titu tional Development REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development DOJ&CD) is a transformed and accessible justice system that promotes and protects social justice and the rule of law. The Department’s main strategic goals are to: enhance organisational performance on all aspects of administration in line with set standards, and meeting and exceeding the needs and aspirations of key stakeholders; facilitate the (effective and efficient) resolution of criminal, civil, and family law disputes by providing accessible, efficient and quality administrative support to the courts; and effectively and costefficiently provide state legal services that anticipate, meet and exceed stakeholder needs and expectations.

MINISTER MR R LAMOLA

DEPUTY MINISTER MR J JEFFERY

OFFICE BEARERS

Secretaries: Ms Lerato Kgasi (Secretary: Minister), Ms Jamela Mhlarhi

Minister: Mr Ronald Lamola (Minister of Justice and Correctional

(Personal Assistant: Deputy Minister), Ms Babalwa Musekwa (Personal Assistant: Director General), Ms Zanele Ndlovu (PA: Minister)

Services) (ANC)

Deputy Minister: Mr John Jeffery (Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development) (ANC) Director General: Adv Doctor Mashabane Chief of Staff: Mr Bruce Sarela Chief Financial Officer: Ms Louraine Rossouw (CFO and Acting COO) Deputy Directors General: Adv G la Foy (Constitutional Development), Ms Thabitha Constance Mametja (Corporate Services), Ms Kalay Pillay (Legislative Development), Adv JB Skosana (Court Services) Senior Management: Mr Max Budeli (Chief Director: Internal Audit), Ayesha Johaar (Acting Chief State Law Adviser), Ms K Maphoto (Office Manager: Office of the DDG Corporate Services), Mr Bongani Mlambo (Director: Special Programmes), Bangani Mpangalasane (Head: ISM and Chief Information Officer), Mr Fhedzisani Pandelani (Solicitor General), Mr Phomolo Sekgobela (Director: Administration), Mr Blendynn Williams (Director: Legal Services) Communications Officers: Ms Nina Bhaktawar (Head: Communications), Mr Stephans Mahlangu (Media Enquiries), Mr Chrispin Phiri (Ministerial Spokesperson), Mr Mfuzo Zenzile (Parliamentary Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

21 571 685 20 096 660

19 169 646

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

20 381 030

19 269 076

18 542 103

Employee Compensation

11 377 251

10 798 813

10 392 205

Goods and Services

5 298 556

4 618 793

4 232 820

608 602

985 918

1 193 951

341 787

209 412

233 853

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

23 729

n/a

25 362

Posts Filled

22 042

n/a

22 547

MASTER OF THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

PHYSICAL: 22nd Floor, SALU Building, 316 Thabo Sehume Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 406 4804/5 FAX: 086 544 4893 WEB: www.justice.gov.za/master EMAIL: chiefmaster@justice.gov.za

The mission of the Master of the High Court of South Africa is to provide efficient, cost-effective and specialised services of supervision, custodianship, arbitration and information regarding deceased and insolvent estates and trusts, serving estate practitioners, beneficiaries of estates and trusts, minors, and mentally challenged persons in South Africa for the purpose of safeguarding those beneficiaries’ financial and proprietary rights.

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OFFICE BEARERS Chief Master of High Court: Adv Martin Mafojane Deputy Chief Master of High Court: Ms Gerda Marais Masters of High Court: Ms Zureena Agulhas (Cape Town), Ms Khulula Baneti (Bisho), Ms Euphemia Daniels (Grahamstown and Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth)), Mr Craig Davids (Kimberley), Mr Jan du Plessis (Bloemfontein), Mr Simon Jozana (Mthatha (Umtata)), Mr Edric Pascoe (Durban and Pietermaritzburg), Mr Leonard Pule (Johannesburg), Ms Penny Roberts (Pretoria), Mr William Sekete (Mafikeng (Mmabatho)), Ms Willicah Seopa (Polokwane) Senior Management: Mrs Theresia Bezuidenhout (Chief Director) Communications Officers: Ms Vivian Nedzingahe (Assistant Director: Office of the Chief Master)

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

The Master’s office has five main divisions. They all strive to protect the financial interests of persons whose assets or interests are, for various reasons, being managed by others. The Master’s offices execute, inter alia, the following functions: administration of estates of deceased and insolvent persons in accordance with the applicable statutory prescriptions; protection of the interests of minors and legally incapacitated persons; protection and administration of the funds of minors, the contractually incapacitated, and undetermined and absent heirs that have been paid into the Guardian’s Fund; supervision of the administration of companies and close corporations in accordance with the relevant statutory prescriptions; determination and assessment of estate duties, by virtue of a delegation by the South African Revenue Services; supervision of trusts; safeguarding of all documentary material received by the Master in respect of estates, insolvencies, liquidations and trusts; processing of enquiries by executors, attorneys, beneficiaries and other interested parties; and appointment of impartial and capable persons as executors, trustees, curators and liquidators.

NATIONAL PROSECUTING AUTHORITY OF SOUTH AFRICA (NPA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: VGM Building, 123 Westlake Avenue (Cnr Hartley Street), Weavind Park, Silverton, Pretoria, 0184

POSTAL: Private Bag X752, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 845 6000 FAX: 012 804 7335 WEB: www.npa.gov.za EMAIL: communication@npa.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa (NPA), guided by the Constitution, is to ensure justice for the victims of crime by prosecuting without fear, favour and prejudice and, by working with their partners and the public, to solve and prevent crime. The National Prosecuting Authority has the power to: institute and conduct criminal proceedings on behalf of the state; carry out any necessary functions incidental to instituting and conducting such criminal proceedings; and discontinue criminal proceedings.

OFFICE BEARERS National Director of Public Prosecutions: Adv Shamila Batohi Deputy National Directors of Public Prosecutions: Adv Lebo Baloyi (Special Director: SCCU), Adv Rodney de Kock (National Prosecutions Service), Adv Anton du Plessis (Strategy, Operations and Compliance), Adv Nomvula Mokhatla (LAD), Adv Ouma Rabaji-Rasethaba (Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU)) Special Directors of Public Prosecutions: Adv Bonnie Currie-Gamwo (Special Director: SOCA), Adv Chris Macadam (Acting Special Director: PCLU) Directors of Public Prosecutions: Adv Nicolette Bell (Acting: Western Cape Division), Adv Abraham Botha (Acting: Northern Cape Division),

Adv Andrew Chauke (Gauteng Local Division), Adv Hermione Cronje (Investigating Director), Adv Barry Madolo (Eastern Cape Division: Mthatha), Adv Matodzi Rachel Makhari-Sekhaolelo (North West Division), Adv Sibongile Mzinyathi (Gauteng Division: Pretoria), Adv S Ntuli (Acting: Mpumalanga Division), Adv Livingstone Sakata (Acting: Eastern Cape Division), Adv Navilla Somaru (Acting: Free State Division), Adv Ivy Thenga (Limpopo), Adv Elaine Zungu (KwaZulu-Natal Division) Communications Officers: Ms Lumka Mahanjana (Regional Spokesperson: North Gauteng), Ms Bulelwa Makeke (Head: Communications), Ms Mashudu Malabi (Regional Spokesperson: Limpopo), Ms Phindi Mjonondwana (Regional Spokesperson: Gauteng Local Division), Ms Anelisa Ngcakani (Regional Spokesperson: Grahamstown Division), Mr Sipho Ngwema (NDPP Spokesperson), Mr Eric Ntabazalila (Regional Spokesperson: Western Cape Division), Ms Monica Nyuswa (Regional Spokesperson: Mpumalanga Division), Ms Natasha Ramkisson-Kara (Regional Spokesperson: KZN Division), Mr Phaladi Shuping (Regional Spokesperson: Free State Division), Ms Sindisiwe Twala (Spokesperson: Investigative Directorate), Mr Luxolo Tyali (Regional Spokesperson: Mthatha Division)

SOUTH AFRICAN LAW REFORM COMMISSION (SALRC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Spooral Park Building, 2007 Lenchen Avenue, South, Centurion, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X668, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 622 6300 FAX: 012 622 6261 WEB: www.justice.gov.za/salrc EMAIL: reform@justice.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC) is the continuous reform of the law of South Africa in accordance with the principles and values of the Constitution to meet the needs of a changing society operating under the rule of law. The objectives of the Commission are to do research with reference to all branches of the law of the country and to study and investigate all such branches in order to make recommendations for the development,

improvement, modernisation or reform thereof, including the: repeal of obsolete or unnecessary provisions; removal of anomalies; bringing about of uniformity in the law in force in the various parts of the country; consolidation or codification of any branch of the law; and steps aimed at making the common law more readily available. In short, the Commission is an advisory body whose aim is the renewal and improvement of the law of South Africa on a continuous basis.

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Judge Jody Kollapen Deputy Chairperson: Mr Irvin Lawrence Commissioners: Prof Mpfariseni Budeli-Nemakonde, Adv Johan de

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

Waal SC, Prof Wesahl Domingo, Prof Karthigasen (Karthy) Govender,

Adv Hendrina (Retha) Meintjes SC, Adv Anthea Platt SC, Adv Tshepo Sibeko SC Senior Management: Mr Nelson Matibe (Commission Secretary), Mr Masibulele Chris Mfunzana (Assistant Secretary)

LEGAL AID SOUTH AFRICA CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 29 De Beer Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, 2017 POSTAL: Private Bag X76, Braamfontein, 2017 TEL: 011 877 2000 / 0800 110 110 / 0800 153 728 FAX: 011 877 2222 WEB: www.legal-aid.co.za EMAIL: communications2@legal-aid.co.za

OVERVIEW The aim of Legal Aid South Africa is to make legal aid available to indigent persons within its financial means and provide legal representation at state expense, as set out in the Constitution and relevant legislation giving content to the right to legal representation at state expense. Legal Aid South Africa’s role is to provide legal aid to those who cannot afford their own legal representation. This includes indigent people and vulnerable groups such as women, children and the rural poor. It does this in an independent and unbiased manner, with the intention of enhancing justice and public confidence in the law and administration of justice.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Judge Motsamai Makume Deputy Chairperson: Mr Nkosana Mvundlela Board Members: Prof William Gumede, Mr Patrick Hundermark (Chief Legal Executive), Ms Mantiti Kola (CEO), Mr Matome Leseilane, Ms Mamodike Makgoba, Mr Sethopo Mamotheti (COO), Mr Langelihle Mtshali, Adv Brian Nair (National Operations Executive), Adv Michelle Odayan, Mr Fhedzisani Pandelani, Dr Cleopas Sanangura Chief Executive Officer: Ms Mantiti Kola Chief Financial Officer: Ms Precious Mbingo Chief Operations Officer: Mr Sethopo Mamotheti Senior Management: Mr Richard Baloyi (Human Resources Executive), Mr Patrick Hundermark (Chief Legal Executive), Ms Mmantsha Monwa (Information Services Executive), Adv Brian Nair (National Operations Executive), Mr Mthunzi Ndlangamandla (Internal Audit Executive), Mr Victor Shabangu (Communication Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Godfrey Matsobe (Media and Marketing)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

511 325

336 642

302 609

197 285

192 874

203 146

708 610

529 516

505 755

305 454

243 440

257 479

1 416

1 542

1 298

Total Liabilities

306 870

244 982

258 777

Total Net Assets

401 740

284 534

246 978

2 003 784

1 826 903

1 780 136

32 811

26 011

25 541

1 970 973

1 800 892

1 754 595

Total Expenditure

(1 886 578)

(1 789 346)

(1 782 968)

Employee Costs

(1 535 357)

(1 420 183)

(1 393 268)

117 206

37 556

2 832

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

197 699

48 706

41 518

Investing Activities

(33 278)

(21 339)

(52 559)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

425 089

261 334

234 594

3 940

4 763

3 939

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 799

2 756

2 761

2 571

2 688

2 687

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

PRESIDENT’S FUND CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 316 Thabo Sehume Street, Cnr Thabo Sehume & Francis

for medical benefits, education assistance and the provision of housing, as well as other social benefits to address the needs of victims identified by the TRC; and the rehabilitation of whole communities, other than individuals linked to the process, which suffered intense acts of violence and destruction and are still in distress.

Baard Streets, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 406 4600 FAX: 012 406 4696 WEB: www.justice.gov.za EMAIL: webmaster@justice.gov.za

OFFICE BEARERS

OVERVIEW

Fund)

Chief Executive Officer: Ms K Pillay (Accounting Officer: President’s The President’s Fund offers reparation measures to victims on the recommendation of the State President, and the subsequent consideration and recommendation of the ad hoc Joint Committee on Reparations of both Houses of Parliament on the tabling of the final two volumes of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Reports. It does this as follows: a once-off individual grant of R30 000 to those individuals or survivors identified by the TRC; systematic programmes to project the symbolism of the struggle and the ideal of freedom through academic and formal records of history, cultural and art forms, as well as erecting symbols and monuments that exalt the freedom struggle, including new geographic and place names; medical and other forms of social assistance programmes to provide

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 772 717

1 668 110

1 567 125

-

-

-

1 772 717

1 668 110

1 567 125

9 823

19 862

27 463

-

-

-

9 823

19 862

27 463

1 762 894

1 648 248

1 539 662

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Total Revenue

128 634

120 146

113 849

Operating Activities

Total Expenditure

(13 988)

(11 236)

(13 065)

Investing Activities

114 646

108 910

100 784

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW 91 846

101 280

102 323

(190 969)

(8 734)

(79 709)

73 589

172 712

80 166

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

18 534

16 200

15 482

5 339

5 418

4 635

23 872

21 618

20 117

1 787

1 215

2 152

-

-

-

1 787

1 215

2 152

22 085

20 404

17 965

23 380

20 737

20 397

14 508

13 604

20 397

8 871

7 133

n/a

Total Expenditure

(21 698)

(19 118)

(17 255)

Employee Costs

(11 497)

(10 743)

(9 224)

1 682

1 619

3 142

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

SOUTH AFRICAN BOARD FOR SHERIFFS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 88 Loop Street, Cape Town, 8000 POSTAL: PO Box 15223, Vlaeberg, 8018 TEL: 021 426 0577 FAX: 021 426 2598 WEB: www.sheriffs.org.za EMAIL: contact@sheriffs.org.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the South African Board for Sheriffs is to be a board that is transparent, and responsive to the needs of the sheriff’s profession; promotes a professional sheriff’s service that is respectful and efficient to deliver justice to all with integrity and accountability; and is accountable in terms of our legislative mandate and strives to entrench the human rights culture envisaged by the Constitution. The core business of the South African Board for Sheriffs is to: transform the sheriff’s profession, the SA Board for Sheriffs and its staff, and bring it in line with constitutional imperatives; review legislation and all other relevant legislation and, if necessary, lobby for reform in a manner which protects the interests of the sheriff’s profession and all stakeholders; communicate effectively with all stakeholders and sheriffs; discipline sheriffs; monitor the conduct of sheriffs; promote professionalism; set standards for training of persons who are, or intend participating in the sheriff’s profession; set up the necessary training programmes; formulate policy directives; and ensure effective management of the Board and its office.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Chairperson: Mrs Charmaine Mabuza Deputy Chairperson: Mr Meko Magida Board Members: Mr Ignatius Klynsmith, Ms Mmathoto Lephadi,

CASH FLOW

Ms Siphiwe Mashaba, Mr Phaswane Mogale, Mr Allan Murugan, Mr Andrew Nkhumise, Ms Annah Ralehlaka, Ms Khunjulwa Sigenu, Mrs Ashika Singh Chief Executive Officer: Mrs Jody van Wyk (Executive Manager) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Andrew Simon (General Manager: Corporate and Financial Services) Senior Management: Mrs Reesha Kasipershad (Manager: Legal, Complaints and Claims) Communications Officers: Mr Vincent Nel (Manager: Training and Communications)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

Operating Activities Investing Activities

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

1 201

1 452

4 639

(3 750)

2 550

(2 339)

11 236

13 785

9 782

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

40

33

30

SPECIAL INVESTIGATING UNIT (SIU) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Rentmeester Building, 2nd Floor, 74 Watermeyer Street, Meyerspark, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X844, Silverton, 0127 TEL: 012 843 0000/1 FAX: 012 843 0115 WEB: www.siu.org.za EMAIL: info@siu.org.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is to be the state’s preferred and trusted forensic investigation and litigation agency. The SIU’s mission is to, with integrity, investigate serious malpractices or maladministration in the administration of the state as well as any conduct which may seriously harm the interests of the public, and instituting and conducting civil proceedings in any court of law or a

Special Tribunal in its own name or on behalf of state institutions. The South African anti-corruption and fraud prevention industry encompasses legislation and various public agencies dedicated to combat malpractice and maladministration. In 1996, the SIU was established in terms of the Special Investigating Units and Special Tribunal Act 74 of 1996.

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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The unit’s principal mandate is to investigate ’serious malpractices or maladministration in connection with the administration of state institutions, state assets and public money as well as any conduct which may seriously harm the interests of the public’. Alongside other state departments and institutions, the SIU is on gear to uphold the Constitution and to be of service to the people.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Executive Officer: Adv Andy JL Mothibi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Andre Gernandt Senior Management: Mr Leonard Lekgetho (Chief National Investigations Officer), Ms Boaratwa Leshope (Chief Audit Executive), Mr Pranesh Maharaj (Chief Programme Portfolio Officer), Ms Neptune Mashego (Chief Human Capital Officer), Mr Ziphozenkosi Mguli (Head: Strategy, Monitoring and Reporting), Mr Thulani Mkhungo (Chief Risk Officer), Dr Jerome Wells (Chief Legal Council), Ms Tumelo Zwane (Chief Information Officer) Regional Executive Managers: Mr MC Brink (Bloemfontein), Mr Ashish Gosai (Durban), Ms Rihanie Hartdegen (Nelspruit), Mr Mike Koya (East London), Mr Sifiso Kunene (Pretoria), Mr Michael Leaser (Cape Town), Mr Seth Msimanga (Limpopo), Mr Israel Ndou (Mahikeng) Communications Officers: Mr Kaizer Kganyago (Head: Stakeholder Relations and Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

864 730

656 622

605 525

51 493

42 853

45 276

916 223

699 475

650 801

148 056

124 767

104 306

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

148 056

124 767

104 306

Total Net Assets

768 167

574 709

546 495

696 374

648 098

657 847

321 931

284 804

302 698

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

374 443

363 294

355 148

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(502 916)

(619 885)

(536 910)

Employee Costs

(431 500)

(399 606)

(362 085)

193 458

28 213

120 937

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

193 945

46 335

224 967

Investing Activities

(17 585)

(5 899)

(4 000)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

730 783

554 424

513 988

140

2 190

1 515

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

673

603

629

Posts Filled

516

532

516

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE (SAPS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Koedoe Building, 236 Pretorius Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X94, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 393 1000 FAX: 012 393 4147 WEB: www.saps.gov.za EMAIL: response@saps.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Police Service (SAPS), now known as the Department of Police, is to prevent and combat anything that may threaten the safety and security of any community, investigate any crimes that threaten the safety and security of any community, ensure offenders are brought to justice, and participate in efforts to address the causes of crime. The Department’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to provide police services that will ensure safer communities by reducing the number of serious crimes, contact crimes and trio crimes; increase activities to prevent and combat border crime; increase the percentage of trial-ready case dockets for serious crime, contact crime and trio crime; increase the detection rate for serious crime, contact crime and trio crime, including organised crime and crimes against women and children; increase the conviction rates for serious crime, contact crime and trio crime; enhance African Agenda and sustainable development by deploying members as per Cabinet decision (external deployments); and improve the levels of service delivery and accessibility to services by bringing SAPS service points closer to the communities.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Bheki Cele (Minister of Police) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Mr Cassel Mathale (Deputy Minister of Police) (ANC) National Commissioner: Gen Khehla Sitole Chief of Staff: Mr Leon Mbangwa Deputy Directors General: Lt Gen SF Masemola (Deputy National Commissioner: Policing), Lt Gen SC Mfazi (Deputy National Commissioner: Crime Detection), Lt Gen FN Vuma (Deputy National Commissioner: Asset and Legal Management) Provincial Commissioners: Lt Gen E Jula (KwaZulu-Natal), Lt Gen SJ Kwena (North West), Lt Gen NJ Ledwaba (Limpopo), Lt Gen E Mawela (Gauteng), Lt Gen Y Mokgabudi (Western Cape), Lt Gen BB Motswenyane (Free State), Lt Gen BM Ntshinga (Eastern Cape), Lt Gen BM Zuma (Mpumalanga)

MINISTER MR B CELE

DEPUTY MINISTER MR C MATHALE

DIRECTOR GENERAL GEN K SITOLE

Senior Management: Mr Seswantsho Godfrey Lebeya (National Head: Directorate for Priority Crime Investigations (Hawks)), Mr JD Ntlatseng (Executive Director: Independent Police Investigative Directorate), Mr A Rapea (Civilian Secretariat for Police; Secretary of Police) Communications Officers: Mr Musa Zondi (Spokesperson)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

R’000

R’000

R’000

97 428 964

92 247 310

87 438 814 86 605 048

96 073 217

90 428 742

Employee Compensation

76 357 670

71 282 392

67 124 496

Goods and Services

15 874 460

14 836 304

15 344 805

Capital Assets

2 440 586

2 894 723

2 947 898

317 061

26 510

617

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

191 431

192 431

193 431

187 358

192 277

193 297

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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CIVILIAN SECRETARIAT FOR POLICE SERVICE (CSPS) CONTACT DETAILS

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

civilian secretariat for police service

PHYSICAL: Van Erkom Building, 217 Pretorius Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X922, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 393 2500/2/3 FAX: 012 393 2536/8 WEB: www.policesecretariat.gov.za

Department: C ivilian Secretariat f or P olice Service REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the Department of the Civilian Secretariat for Police Service is to provide efficient and effective civilian oversight over the South African Police Service for safer and more secure communities through community participation, legislation and policy development. The Civilian Secretariat for Police (‘the Civilian Secretariat’) serves as technical advisor to the Minister of Police (‘the Minister’) to evince a transversal civilian oversight capability on the governance, service delivery and resourcing of the SAPS (‘the Police Service’). The vision of the department is a transformed and accountable Police Service that reflects the democratic values and principles of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. The Civilian Secretariat performs advisory functions on various matters, including, but not limited to, departmental policy and strategy, legislation, and police performance through conducting audits, communication, community mobilisation on crime prevention, the Integrated Justice System, and international obligations and liaison. The Department’s objectives are to: exercise civilian oversight over the Police Service through monitoring and evaluating overall police performance against planned programmes; give strategic advice to the Minister in respect of developing and implementing policies; provide administrative support services to the Minister to ensure South Africa’s engagement with relevant international obligations; liaise and communicate with stakeholders; implement a partnership strategy to mobilise role-players and stakeholders to strengthen service delivery by the Police Service to ensure the safety and security of communities; implement, promote and align the operations of the Civilian Secretariat in the national and provincial spheres of government; coordinate the functions and powers of the Civilian Secretariat in the national and provincial spheres of government; promote cooperation between the Civilian Secretariat, the Police Service and the Independent Police Investigative Directorate; and provide guidance to community police fora and associated structures and facilitate their proper functioning.

Minister: Mr Bheki Cele (Minister of Police) (ANC) Secretary for Police Service: Mr Alvin Phumudzo Rapea Chief Financial Officer: Mr Tumelo Nkojoana Chief Director: Adv Dawn Bell (Chief Director: Legislation), Mr Benjamin Ntuli (Chief Director: Intersectoral Coordination and Strategic Partnership), Ms Bilkis Omar (Chief Director: Policy Development and Research), Mr Takalani Lucky Ramaru (Chief Director: Civilian Oversight, Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Dipsy Diphimotswe Wechoemang (Chief Director: Corporate Services) Senior Management: Ms Itumeleng Precious Ledwaba-Moagi (Director: Strategic Management), Mr Poko Kleinboy Mahlangu (Director: Integrity and Governance), Ms Lindi Mjeza (Chief Audit Executive) Communications Officers: Ms Pinda Ntsaluba (Director: Communications) Secretaries: Ms Anna Jooste (Office Manager: Office of the Secretary for Police Service), Mr Peter Makhetha (Personal Assistant: Secretary for Police Service)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

143 122

131 415

124 799

AUDIT OUTCOME

Actual Expenditure

137 434

123 864

118 345

Employee Compensation

97 997

91 446

82 685

Goods and Services

37 475

31 312

31 446

1 339

979

3 105

23

-

1 713

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

154

150

150

Posts Filled

142

140

139

INDEPENDENT POLICE INVESTIGATIVE DIRECTORATE (IPID) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: City Forum Building, 114 Madiba Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X941, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 399 0000 FAX: 012 399 0144 WEB: www.ipid.gov.za

ipid Department: I nd epend ent P olice I nves tig ative Directorate REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) is to be an effective, independent and impartial investigating and oversight body that is committed to justice and acting in the public interest, while maintaining the highest standards of integrity and excellence. The aim of the Department is to ensure independent oversight over the South African Police Service (SAPS) and the Municipal Police Services (MPS), and to conduct independent and impartial investigations of identified criminal offences allegedly committed by members of the SAPS and the MPS, and make appropriate recommendations.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Bheki Cele (Minister of Police) (ANC) Executive Director: Ms Jennifer Ntlatseng Chief of Staff: Ms Antonett Mphago Chief Financial Officer: Mr Patrick Mokotong Setshedi (Acting)

Senior Management: Ms Mmamodishe Molope (Chief Director: Compliance Monitoring and Stakeholder Management), Ms Marianne Moroasui (Chief Director: Legal Services), Ms Nomkhosi Netsianda (Chief Director: Corporate Services), Mr Matthews Sesoko (National Head: Investigations and Information Management), Mr Patrick Mokotong Setshedi Communications Officers: Ms Ndileka Cola (Director: Communications and Marketing and Spokesperson), Mr Sontaga Seisa (Acting Spokesperson) Secretaries: Ms Tshiamo Mahibila (Executive Assistant to the Executive Director)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

Posts Approved

391

415

388

Total Final Appropriation

336 966

315 398

255 741

Posts Filled

352

359

359

Actual Expenditure

336 610

314 831

255 335

248 123

187 579

168 761

84 461

102 133

85 333

2 356

23 205

127

32 824

1 832

6 719

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES

PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY REGULATORY AUTHORITY (PSIRA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Eco Glades 2 Office Park, Block B, 420 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Highveld Ext 70, Centurion

POSTAL: Private Bag X817, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 337 5500 / 086 133 3850 FAX: 012 326 6128 / 086 246 7750 WEB: www.psira.co.za EMAIL: info@psira.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) is for South Africans to have confidence in the legitimacy, occupational practices, and transformation of the private security industry. Its mission is effective regulation of the Private Security Industry to enable professional and respected security service providers. The primary objectives of the Authority are to regulate the private security industry and to exercise effective control over the practice of the occupation of security service providers in the public and national interest and the interest of the private security industry itself, and for that purpose, subject to the Act, to: promote a legitimate private security industry which acts in terms of the principles contained in the Constitution and other applicable law; ensure that all security service providers act in the public and national interest in the rendering of security services; promote a private security industry which is characterised by professionalism, transparency, accountability, equity and accessibility; promote stability of the private security industry; promote and encourage trustworthiness of security service providers; determine and enforce minimum standards of occupational conduct in respect of security service providers; encourage and promote efficiency in and responsibility with regard to the rendering of security services; promote, maintain and protect the status and interests of the occupation of security service providers; ensure that the process of registration of security service providers is transparent, fair, objective and concluded timeously; promote high standards in the training of security service providers and prospective security service providers; encourage ownership and control of security businesses by persons historically disadvantaged through unfair discrimination; encourage equal opportunity employment practices in the private security industry; and promote the protection and enforcement of the rights of security officers and other employees in the private security industry.

Chief Financial Officer: Ms Mmatlou Sebogodi (Deputy Director: Finance and Administration) Chief Operations Officer: Mr Stefan Badenhorst Senior Management: Dr Sabelo Gumedze (Acting Deputy Director: Training and Communications), Mr Oupa Mamabolo (Acting Deputy Director: Training and Communications), Adv Linda Mbana (Executive Head / Executive Director: Law Enforcement) Communications Officers: Mr Jacob Makgolane (Corporate Secretary), Ms Siziwe Zuma (Acting Senior Manager: Communications) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

85 025

41 501

29 120

Non-Current Assets

25 786

28 271

22 978

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

110 811

69 772

52 098

98 844

57 336

43 149

2 641

5 273

5 074

101 485

62 609

48 223

9 326

7 163

3 876

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

316 144

286 168

240 893

287 851

248 843

222 184

28 293

37 325

18 710

Total Expenditure

(313 910)

(282 623)

(253 341)

Employee Costs

(174 694)

(156 876)

(132 864)

2 163

3 287

(12 543)

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

OFFICE BEARERS

Operating Activities

38 747

18 151

(18 715)

Chairperson: Dr Leah Mofomme Deputy Chairperson: Mr Matome Ralebepi Council Members: Dr Sithembile Mbete, Mr Nhlanhla Ngubane,

Investing Activities

(3 056)

(9 495)

(3 389)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

51 065

15 374

6 719

1 270

21

216

Ms Thandeka Ntshangase

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Manabela Chauke

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

325

308

292

Posts Filled

319

305

277

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE (OCJ) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 188 - 14th Road, Noordwyk, Midrand, 1685 POSTAL: Private Bag X10, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 010 493 2500 WEB: www.judiciary.org.za EMAIL: enquiries@judiciary.org.za

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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The mission of the Office of the Chief Justice (OCJ) is to provide support to the Judiciary to ensure effective and efficient court administration services. The mandate of the OCJ is to provide effective administrative and technical support to the Chief Justice as the Head of the Judiciary and as Head of the Constitutional Court as well as to render administrative, operational and governance support to the Judiciary.

Chief Financial Officer: Mr Casper Coetzer Deputy Directors General: Mr Nakampe Mogale (Corporate Management Services), Adv Marelize Potgieter (Court Administration Services) Senior Management: Mr Coetzer (Acting Chief Director: Information and Communications Technology), Mr J Jacobs (Deputy Information Officer), Mr Ranako Mabunda (Chief Director: Internal Audit and Risk Management), Mr Itumeleng Malao (Chief Director: Strategy and Systems), Ms Mandisa Maya (President: Supreme Court of Appeal), Mr Nathi Mncube (Chief Director: Court Administration), Dr Gomolemo Moshoeu (CEO: SAJEI), Ms Boitumelo Motene (Director: Enterprise Risk Management), Dr Ellen Netshiozwi (Director: Strategy and Service Delivery; Acting Chief Director: HRM&D), Mr Lindokuhle Nkomonde (Director: Communications), Mr Nelson Phakola (Deputy Information Officer), Ms Sinenhlanhla Shozi (Director: Institutional Secretariat Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* CHIEF JUSTICE JUSTICE M MOGOENG

DEPUTY CHIEF JUSTICE JUSTICE R ZONDO

SECRETARY GENERAL MS M SEJOSENGWE

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Ronald Lamola (Minister of Justice and Correctional Services) (ANC) Chief Justice: Justice Sisi Khampepe (Acting), Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng Deputy Chief Justice: Justice Mandisa Maya (President of the Supreme Court of Appeal), Justice Raymond Zondo Secretary General: Ms Memme Sejosengwe Chief of Staff: Mr Sello Chiloane

AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 299 133

2 143 333

1 988 132

2 185 612

2 114 208

1 995 870

1 703 582

1 619 174

1 519 003

Goods and Services

311 934

266 250

275 970

Capital Assets

95 067

160 471

124 777

-

412

35

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 049

2 099

1 898

1 866

1 947

1 811

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

OVERVIEW

CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1 Hospital Street, Constitution Hill, Braamfontein, 2017 POSTAL: Private Bag X1, Constitution Hill, Braamfontein, 2017 TEL: 011 359 7400 WEB: www.concourt.org.za EMAIL: info@concourt.org.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The Constitutional Court of South Africa is the highest court in the country when it comes to the interpretation, protection and enforcement of the Constitution. It deals exclusively with constitutional matters – those cases that raise questions about the application or interpretation of the Constitution. The Constitutional Court has exclusive jurisdiction in deciding disputes about the powers and constitutional status of branches of government. Only the Constitutional Court may: decide disputes between organs of state in the national or provincial sphere concerning the constitutional status, powers or functions of any of those organs of state; decide on the constitutionality of any parliamentary or provincial Bill; decide on the constitutionality of any amendment to the Constitution; and decide that Parliament or the President has failed to fulfill a constitutional obligation.

Chief Justice: Justice Sisi Khampepe (Acting), Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng Deputy Chief Justice: Justice Raymond Zondo Judges: Justice Chris Jafta, Justice Mbuyiseli Madlanga, Justice Stevan Majiedt, Justice Nonkosi Zoliswa Mhlantla , Justice Leona Theron, Justice Zukisa Tshiqi Registrar of Constitutional Court: Mr Kgwadi Makgakga Senior Management: Mr Sello Chiloane (Acting Chief of Staff), Ms Sheryl Luthuli (Head: Library), Mr Zunaid Naidoo (IT Coordinator), Mr Thomas Rikhotso (Court Manager), Mr Allister Slingers (Director: Executive Support) Communications Officers: Ms Lusanda Ntuli (Deputy Director: Communication)

JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION (JSC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Office of the Chief Justice, 188-14th Road, Noordwyk, 1687 POSTAL: Private Bag X1, Constitutional Hill, Braamfontein, 2017 TEL: 010 493 2687/33 FAX: 086 207 9070 / 086 640 9601 WEB: www.judiciary.org.za EMAIL: JSC@judiciary.org.za

OVERVIEW The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) is a constitutional body established in terms of section 178 of the Constitution read with the Judicial Service Commission Act 9 of 1994. The primary functions of the Commission are to: interview candidates for judicial positions and make

recommendations for appointment to the bench; deal with complaints brought against the Judges; manage the Register of Judges’ Registrable interests; and advise national government on matters relating to the Judiciary. When the JSC interviews candidates for judicial appointment, all the 23 members of the JSC, as well as the respective Premiers and Judges President of the respective Divisions of the High Court where the candidates have been nominated, participate in the interviews. All interviews for judicial appointment are conducted in public. Following the conclusion of the interviews, the recommendations are sent to the President, who then appoints the recommended candidates as Judges. Complaints against Judges who contravene the Code of Judicial Conduct or any law must first be reported to the Judicial Conduct

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Committee (JCC), a body comprised of the Chief Justice, Deputy Chief Justice and four other Judges designated by the Chief Justice after consultation with the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services. If the JCC is of the view that the complaint lodged against a particular Judge is of a serious nature to warrant an impeachment of a Judge, the JCC is empowered to recommend to the JSC for the complaint to be investigated and reported on by a Judicial Conduct Tribunal. It is the Chief Justice who has the power to appoint a Judicial Conduct Tribunal following the recommendation by the JSC. Judges are also required in terms of the law to disclose their financial interests annually. These disclosures are recorded in a Register that is managed by the Registrar of Judges’ Registrable Interests. As members of the JSC act in other professional capacities, the JSC and its various committees meet biannually. The JSC Secretariat is required to manage and facilitate the work of the JSC throughout the year and to liaise with various JSC committees on matters they are tasked to deal with by the JSC at its biannual meetings. The JSC Secretariat is responsible for making all logistical arrangements, including collating agenda and all relevant documentation for all JSC meetings and financing the biannual meetings of the JSC, which take place for a week in April and October every year. The meetings are generally held at the Headquarters of the Office of the Chief Justice in Midrand.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Justice: Justice Sisi Khampepe (Acting), Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng

President Supreme Court of Appeal: Justice Mandisa ML Maya Judge President: Justice MM Leeuw Deputy Chief Justice: Justice Ray Zondo Commissioners: Adv G Breytenbach (National Assembly), Adv J Cane SC (Practicing Advocate), Mr TSC Dodovu (National Council of Provinces), Mr CP Fourie (Practising Attorney), Mr RO Lamola (Minister: Justice and Correctional Services), Ms SE Lucas (National Council of Provinces), Mr G Magwanishe (National Assembly), Mr JS Malema (National Assembly), Adv L Masuku SC (Designated by the President), Mr MK Mmoiemang (National Council of Provinces), Ms TR Modise (National Assembly), Adv D Mpofu SC (Practicing Advocate), Mr S Msomi (Designated by the President), Adv L NkosiThomas (Designated by the President), Adv T Norman SC (Designated by the President), Prof N Ntlama (Professor of Law), Mr AJ Nyambi (National Council of Provinces), Mr N Singh (National Assembly), Mr VC Xaba (National Assembly) Chief Executive Officer: Dr G Moshoeu Senior Management: Mr Sello Chiloane (Secretary: Commission), Mr C Coetzer (Chief Financial Officer), Mr Phethuvuyo Gagai (Registrar of Judges’ Registrable Interests), Ms Hlayisani Maluleke (Support Staff: Administrative Officer), Ms Kutlwano Moretlwe (Support Staff: Complaints Officer), Ms Tebogo Phaahlamohlaka (Support Staff: Administrative Officer), Ms Memme Sejosengwe (Secretary General: Office of the Chief Justice)

LAND CLAIMS COURT (LCC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Trust Bank Centre, Randburg Mall, Cnr Hill Street & Kent Avenue, Randburg, 2194 POSTAL: Private Bag X10060, Randburg, 2125 TEL: 011 781 2291 FAX: 011 781 2217/8 WEB: www.justice.gov.za/lcc EMAIL: webmaster@justice.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Land Claims Court (LCC) was established in 1996 and its primary focus is dealing with land restitution / land claims cases. The Court deals with restitution cases in the form of referrals from the Commissioner’s office or when they come directly through claimants or affected land owners. The main task of the Court in this regard is, therefore, to adjudicate whatever legal issues are contained in the cases and ensure that land is awarded to those who satisfy the statutory requirements. The Court also deals with the Extension of Security Tenure Act and the Labour Tenants Act. These two acts were enacted by Parliament to protect farm dwellers/workers from ill-treatment and illegal evictions.

The Land Claims Court was conferred with the jurisdiction thereof. However, the various magistrate courts around the country also have jurisdiction in terms of the Extension of Security Tenure Act, although their orders pertaining evictions are subject to automatic reviews by this court. Primarily, the Court has to ensure that the rights of farm dwellers/ workers are protected in that all evictions are done within the framework of the aforementioned legislation. In carrying out its mandate, the Court therefore conducts hearings to adjudicate all matters related to the aforementioned legislation in various provinces, districts, cities and towns of the country.

OFFICE BEARERS Judge President: Judge Yasmin Shehnaz Meer (Acting) Judges: Acting Judge Cowen, Judge Mia, Judge Muzikawukhelwana Ncube Court Manager: Ms Thembakazi Mashologu Registrar: Ms Minkateko Maluleke

SUPREME COURT OF APPEAL CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr Mirriam Makeba & President Brand Streets, Bloemfontein, 9301

POSTAL: PO Box 258, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 412 7400 FAX: 051 412 7449 WEB: www.supremecourtofappeal.org.za

OVERVIEW The Supreme Court of Appeal is, except in respect of certain labour and competition matters, the second highest court in South Africa. Previously it and the Constitutional Court were both ’apex courts’ with different areas of jurisdiction. However, since August 2013 the Constitutional Court has been the highest court in all matters. In terms of the Constitution, the Supreme Court of Appeal may decide any matter, except certain labour and competition matters, but is purely an appeal court, and it may decide only appeals and issues connected with appeals. The Supreme Court of Appeal may make an order concerning

the constitutional validity of an Act of Parliament, a provincial Act or any conduct of the President, but an order of constitutional invalidity has no force unless it is confirmed by the Constitutional Court.

OFFICE BEARERS President Supreme Court of Appeal: Judge Mandisa Muriel Lindelwa Maya Deputy President Supreme Court of Appeal: Judge XM Petse Judges: Judge A Cachalia, Judge N Dambuza, Judge DV Dlodlo, Judge TM Makgoka, Judge RS Mathopo, Judge YT Mbatha, Judge BH Mbha, Judge BC Mocumie, Judge F Mokgohloa, Judge MB Molemela, Judge MS Navsa, Judge C Nicholl , Judge CM Plasket, Judge VM Ponnan, Judge H Saldulker, Judge A Schippers, Judge CHG van der Merwe, Judge MJD Wallis, Judge DH Zondi Registrar: Mr PSW Myburgh (Registrar), Ms C van der Merwe (Chief Registrar) Senior Management: Ms CA Martin (Director: Supreme Court of Appeal), Mr A Mdletshe (Assistant Director: Library Services), Ms A Neelam (Senior Law Researcher) Communications Officers: Ms S Steyn (Acting Office Manager)

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and definitions. definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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STATE SECURITY AGENCY (SSA) CONTACT DETAILS

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION JUSTICE & PROTECTION SERVICES

state security

PHYSICAL: Musanda Complex, Delmas Road, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 1037, Menlyn, 0077 TEL: 012 427 4000 FAX: 012 480 7582 WEB: www.ssa.gov.za EMAIL: dg@ssa.gov.za

State Secu rity A g ency REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mandate of the State Security Agency (SSA) is to provide the government with intelligence on domestic and foreign threats or potential threats to national stability, the constitutional order, and the safety and well-being of our people. This allows the government to implement policies to deal with potential threats and better understand existing threats, and, thus, improve their policies. Among the areas of focus of the SSA are the following matters of national interest: terrorism, which refers to deliberate and premeditated attempts to create terror through symbolic acts involving the use or threat of lethal force for creating psychological effects that will influence a target group or individual and translate into political or material results; sabotage, which refers to activities or purposeful omissions conducted or planned for the purpose of endangering the safety, security or defence of vital public or private property, such as installations, structures, equipment or systems; subversion, which includes activities directed towards undermining by covert unlawful acts, or directed towards, or intended ultimately to lead to the destruction or overthrow by violence of, the constitutionally established systems of government in South Africa; espionage, which refers to unlawful or unauthorised activities conducted for acquiring information or assets relating to sensitive social, political, economic, scientific or military matters in South Africa, or for their unauthorised communication to a foreign state; and organised crime, which includes analysis of the origins and reasons behind organised crime, the identification of key role-players, the nature and extent, as well as the modus operandi, of organised crime syndicates.

MINISTER MS A DLODLO

DEPUTY MINISTER MR Z KODWA

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Ms Ayanda Dlodlo (Minister of State Security) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Mr Zizi Kodwa (Deputy Minister of State Security) (ANC)

Director General: Amb Gab Msimanga (Acting) Chief Officers: Mr Robert McBride (Head: Foreign Branch), Adv Mahlodi Sam Muofhe (Head: Domestic Branch)

Chief of Staff: Mr Jabulani Maduma Senior Management: Ms Qinisile Delwa (Head: Ministry) Communications Officers: Ms Chantle Hoffman (Parliamentary Liaison), Ms Marcia Khoza (Public Liaison Officer), Mr Mava B Scott (Head: Communications) Secretaries: Ms Lungiswa Ikaneng (Personal Assistant: Deputy Minister), Ms Nene Shibambu (Personal Assistant: Minister)

Refer Refer to to p9 p9 for for more more information information on on sources, sources, methodology methodology and and defi definitions. nitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATION SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES (DPE)

79

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

79

DENEL

80

ESKOM HOLDINGS SOC LTD

80

SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS (SAA)

82

SOUTH AFRICAN EXPRESS SOC LTD (SA EXPRESS)

82

SOUTH AFRICAN FORESTRY COMPANY SOC LIMITED (SAFCOL)

83

TRANSNET SOC LTD

83

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION (DPSA)

84

NATIONAL SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT (NSG)

85

CENTRE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE INNOVATION (CPSI)

85

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES MEDICAL SCHEME (GEMS) NATIONAL TREASURY

86 86

ACCOUNTING STANDARDS BOARD (ASB)

88

CO-OPERATIVE BANKS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CBDA)

89

DEVELOPMENT BANK OF SOUTHERN AFRICA (DBSA)

89

FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE CENTRE (FIC)

90

FINANCIAL SECTOR CONDUCT AUTHORITY (FSCA)

90

GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA)

91

GOVERNMENT TECHNICAL ADVISORY CENTRE (GTAC)

92

INDEPENDENT REGULATORY BOARD FOR AUDITORS (IRBA)

92

LAND AND AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA (LAND BANK)

93

OFFICE OF THE OMBUD FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES PROVIDERS (FAIS OMBUD)

93

OFFICE OF THE PENSION FUNDS ADJUDICATOR (OPFA)

94

OFFICE OF THE TAX OMBUD (OTO)

95

PUBLIC INVESTMENT CORPORATION SOC LTD (PIC)

95

SASRIA SOC LTD

96

SOUTH AFRICAN REVENUE SERVICE (SARS)

96

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES PENSION FUND (GEPF)

97

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES (DPE) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 80 Hamilton Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0007 POSTAL: Private Bag X15, Hatfield, 0028 TEL: 012 431 1000 FAX: 086 501 2624 WEB: www.dpe.gov.za EMAIL: info@dpe.gov.za

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

public enterprises Department:

P u b lic E nterprise s

REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) is to drive investment, productivity and transformation in the Department’s portfolio of State-Owned Companies (SOCs), their customers and suppliers so as to unlock growth, drive industrialisation, create jobs and develop skills. State-owned companies are strategic instruments of industrial policy and core players in the new growth path. The Department aims to provide decisive strategic direction to SOCs, so that their businesses are aligned with the national growth strategies arising out of the new growth path. The Department will do this by ensuring that their planning and performance, and investments and activities are in line with the government’s medium-term strategic framework and the Minister’s service delivery agreement. Over the medium term, the Department will focus on achieving the following outputs: improving the delivery and maintenance of infrastructure and monitoring the roll-out of the Transnet and Eskom build programmes; achieving policy and regulatory clarity in sectors in which SOCs operate; improving operational efficiencies of SOCs, particularly in relation to the reliable delivery of rail and ports services and the reliable generation, distribution and transmission of electricity; and developing operational indicators for each of the required suboutputs identified as part of the delivery agreement and, where necessary, including these shareholder contracts concluded within SOCs.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Pravin Gordhan (Minister of Public Enterprises) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Mr Phumulo Masualle (Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises) (ANC) Director General: Mr Kgathatso Tlhakudi Chief of Staff: Nthabiseng Borotho Senior Management: Ms Neriath Kgomongwe (Deputy Director: International Relations Enquiries), Mr Tsholofelo Motlogelwa (Deputy Director: Intergovernmental Relations Enquiries)

MINISTER MR P GORDHAN

DEPUTY MINISTER MR P MASUALLE

Communications Officers: Mr Colin Cruywagen (Head: Communications and Public Relations), Mr Adrian Lackay (Spokesperson), Ms Kedibone Magaqa (Deputy Director: Intergovernmental Relations), Mr Richard Mantu, Lebohang Tekane (Parliamentary Liaison Officer) Secretaries: Ms Busisiwe Sokhulu (Executive Personal Assistant: Minister), Ms Nadia Valley (Personal Assistant: Director General) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

56 894 484

6 534 628

277 521

Actual Expenditure

56 846 389

6 475 428

255 140

Employee Compensation

149 189

143 813

142 175

Goods and Services

84 803

71 681

99 754

4 228

9 253

5 156

27

181

29

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

214

211

209

Posts Filled

183

177

181

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Office Block 15, 2nd Floor, The Woodlands Office Park, 20 Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, Johannesburg, 2191

POSTAL: Private Bag X5, Orange Road, Alexander Bay, 8290 TEL: 011 253 9567 FAX: 011 788 8869 WEB: www.alexkor.co.za EMAIL: info@alexkor.co.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of Alexkor SOC Ltd is to operate a growing, profitable and sustainable mining organisation that contributes to the developmental needs of the communities. Alexkor’s objectives are: turning Alexkor around into a viable dynamic mining company; focusing on organic growth at Alexander Bay; acquisition of new opportunities; creating a sustainable, healthy, safe and environmentally responsible organisation; caring for people, providing sound leadership and building credible processes; and building strong relationships with all strategic partners.

Chairperson: Mr T Matona Board Members: Ms A Chowan (CFO), Mr S Danana, Mr T Haasbroek, Ms Z Ntlangula, Mr L Pitsoe (CEO)

Chief Executive Officer: Mr L Pitsoe Chief Financial Officer: Ms A Chowan FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Disclaimer

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Financially Unqualified

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

334 032

163 933

395 543

Operating Activities

41 413

314 664

261 024

Investing Activities

375 505

478 597

656 568

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

75 738

65 898

84 129

205 752

207 001

216 871

Total Liabilities

281 491

272 899

301 000

Total Net Assets

94 015

205 698

355 568

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 233

(53 944)

18 968

155

(13 238)

(36 669)

305 178

133 959

259 364

1 444

-

17 484

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

915

1 088

589

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

204 104

243 548

296 213

(313 488)

(393 338)

(261 789)

(61 851)

(68 644)

(66 170)

(109 384)

(149 591)

34 244

DENEL SOC LTD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Nellmapius Drive, Irene, Centurion POSTAL: PO Box 8322, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 671 2700 WEB: www.denel.co.za EMAIL: marketing@denel.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of Denel SOC Ltd is to be a strategic partner for innovative defence, security and related technology solutions. Denel’s purpose is to: supply the South African defence and security environment with strategic technology capability, products, services and support; leverage indigenous capability to access selected export markets; contribute to the socio-economic imperatives of government, such as job creation, skills development and social investment, enhancing the local technology and manufacturing base, supplier development, exploiting commercial use of technology, and foreign policy and regional security objectives; and be a responsible corporate citizen to ensure good governance and sustainability, and transformation and employee well-being.

Ms Bridget Salo (Chief Executive Officer: Denel Overberg Test Range), Mr Themba Zwelibanzi (Group Risk and Compliance Manager) Communications Officers: Ms Pam Malinda (Acting Group Executive: Corporate Communication and Public Affairs)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

4 855 000

5 347 000

8 120 000

Non-Current Assets

3 670 000

3 373 000

3 119 000

8 525 000

8 719 000

11 239 000 8 953 000

Total Assets

OFFICE BEARERS

Current Liabilities

7 614 000

8 141 000

Chairperson: Ms Gloria Serobe (Interim Board Chairperson) Board Members: Mr Thamsanqa Magazi, Lt Gen Themba Matanzima,

Non-Current Liabilities

3 189 000

3 277 000

2 195 000

Total Liabilities

10 803 000

11 419 000

10 788 000

Mr Mandla Mnisi, Ms Hannelie Nel

Total Net Assets

(2 277 000)

(2 699 000)

451

3 158 000

4 466 000

6 458 000

Chief Financial Officer: Ms Thandeka Sabela (Acting) Chief Operations Officer: Mr William Hlakoane (Group COO and Interim Group CEO)

Senior Management: Ms Maryna Gie (FluidRock - Acting Group Company Secretary), Mr Michael Kgobe (Chief Executive Officer: Denel Aeronautics Complex), Mr Mxolisi Makhatini (CEO: Denel Land Systems and Denel Vehicle Systems), Ms Mercia Ngema (Group Executive: Human Resources and Transformation), Mr Sello Ntsihlele (CEO: Denel Dynamics), Mr Phaladi Petje (Chief Executive Officer: Pretoria Metal Pressings), Mr Brian Rapuling (Group Supply Chain Manager),

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(5 120 000) (5 935 000) (7 506 000) n/a

n/a

(2 196 000)

(1 962 000) (1 469 000) (1 048 000)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

(1 392 000)

(889 000)

82 000

-

(18 000)

(77 000)

635 000

606 000

1 269 000

174 000

460 000

406 000

ESKOM HOLDINGS SOC LTD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Megawatt Park, Maxwell Drive, Sunninghill, Sandton, Johannesburg

POSTAL: PO Box 1091, Johannesburg, 2001 TEL: 011 800 8111 / 08600 37566 WEB: www.eskom.co.za EMAIL: CSOnline@eskom.co.za

OVERVIEW Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd is South Africa’s primary electricity supplier, generating approximately 90% of the electricity used in South Africa and approximately 30% of the electricity generated on the African continent. Eskom’s strategic role remains enable economic growth by providing a reliable and predictable electricity supply in an efficient

and sustainable manner. It also contributes to job creation, skills development, transformation and broad-based black economic empowerment, in support of the National Development Plan (NDP) and other country initiatives.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Chairperson: Prof Malegapuru Makgoba (Executive Chairman) Board Members: Mr Calib Cassim (Group CFO), Dr Rod Crompton,

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

Mr André de Ruyter (Group CEO), Ms Nelisiwe Magubane, Dr Banothile Makhubela, Ms Busisiwe Mavuso, Ms Pulane Molokwane, Prof Tshepo Herbert Mongalo Chief Executive Officer: Mr André de Ruyter (Group CEO) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Calib Cassim (Group CFO) Chief Operations Officer: Mr Jan Oberholzer Senior Management: Mr Monde Bala (Group Executive: Distribution), Mr Mlawuli Manjingolo (Group Company Secretary), Ms Karen Pillay (General Manager: Security), Mr Segomoco Scheppers (Group Executive: Transmission) Communications Officers: Mr Sikonathi Mantshantsha (Eskom Spokesperson)

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

R’000

R’000

R’000

116 404 000

62 877 000

72 123 000

697 893 000 683 956 000 658 067 000 822 939 000 755 704 000 739 116 000

Current Liabilities

132 919 000 108 051 000

Non-Current Liabilities

502 684 000

92 745 000

495 996 000 474 353 000

Total Liabilities

637 076 000 605 726 000 568 780 000

Total Net Assets

185 863 000 149 978 000 170 336 000

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

207 765 000

193 649 000 179 219 000

Total Expenditure

(228 267 000)

(214 378 000) (181 556 000)

Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(32 976 000) (33 183 000)

(29 454 000)

(20 502 000) (20 930 000) (2 337 000)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

36 207 000

32 740 000

37 574 000

Investing Activities

(27 011 000)

(36 202 000)

(55 497 000)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End 22 990 000

2 031 000

15 823 000

19 938 000

8 963 000

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

13 499 000

SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS SOC LTD (SAA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Airways Park, 32 Jones Road, Kempton Park, Johannesburg POSTAL: Private Bag X13, Kempton Park, 1627 TEL: 011 978 1000 / 2888 FAX: 011 978 2999 / 9567 WEB: www.flysaa.com EMAIL: SAACustomerService@flysaa.com

OVERVIEW The mission of South African Airways SOC Ltd (SAA) is to deliver commercially sustainable world-class air passenger and cargo aviation services within South Africa, on the African continent, and to its tourism and trading partners across the globe. SAA’s objectives are to: support South Africa’s national developmental agenda; achieve and maintain commercial sustainability; provide excellent customer service; achieve consistent, efficient and effective operations; and foster performance excellence.

OFFICE BEARERS SAA was placed under voluntary business rescue on 5 December 2019. Due to ongoing restructuring, many positions remain vacant until permanent appointments are announced. Chairperson: Mr Geoffrey Qhena (Interim) Administrator: Mr Siviwe Dongwana (Business Rescue Practitioner), Mr Les Matuson (Business Rescue Practitioner) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Thomas Kgokolo (Interim) Chief Financial Officer: Fikile Mhlontlo (Interim) Senior Management: Ms Suretha Cruse (Executive: Customer

Loyalty), Ms Ruth Kibuuka (Company Secretary), Mpho Letlape (Interim Executive: Human Resources), Mr Justice Luthuli (Acting General Manager: Cargo), Ms Vimla Maistry (Head: Stakeholder Relations and Acting HOD: Communications), Mr Cobus McQuirk (Acting Chief Information Officer), Sakhile Reiling (Executive: Operations), Mr Tebogo Tsimane (Acting General Manager: Operations)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Audit not Finalised

Audit not Finalised

Audit not Finalised

SUBSIDIARIES Air Chefs Mango SAA Cargo SAA Technical SAA Voyager South African Travel Centre

SOUTH AFRICAN EXPRESS SOC LTD (SA EXPRESS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Jones Road, Airways Park, OR Tambo International Airport TEL: 011 978 9900 WEB: www.flysaa.com/about-us/partner-airlines/south-african-express

OVERVIEW South African Express SOC Ltd (SA Express) is a domestic and regional, passenger and cargo carrier. SA Express has become one of the fastest-growing regional airlines in Africa. As a regional airline with route networks covering major local and regional cities, SA Express plays a significant role in the country’s hospitality, travel and tourism industry, and is a vital contributor to the country’s socio-economic development and transformation. The Airline’s head office is based at Airways Park in Johannesburg. SA Express has a growing fleet of aircraft and implements self-technical maintenance for all its fleet types at OR Tambo International Airport.

OFFICE BEARERS SA Express was placed under provisional liquidation on 28 April 2020, after the failure of its business rescue process. Chairperson: Ms Lillian Boyle Board Members: Mr E Bunyenyezi, Mr C Christodoulou, Mr B Mohale, Mr G van Heerden, Ms M Vuso Chief Executive Officer: Ms Thuli Mpse (Interim) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Andre Odendaal Senior Management: Capt Iain Findlay (Person Responsible for Flight Operations (PRFO)), Essery Hamilton (Divisional Manager:

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Safety), Mr Herman Lewis (Divisional Manager: Quality Management), Mr Arson Malola-Phiri (General Manager: Commercial), Ms Thuli Mpshe (Interim General Manager: Human Capital), Ms Megon Norman (Senior Internal Audit), Mr Mpho Selepe (Chief Procurement Officer and Divisional Manager: Information Technology), Ms Fikile Thabethe (Interim Company Secretary and General Manager: Legal), Bongani Tshabalala (General Manager: Technical) Communications Officers: Ms Helene Agema, Mpho Majatladi (Spokesperson and Media)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Audit not Finalised

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

1 026 092

1 089 883

1 032 092

Non-Current Assets

3 964 253

3 558 295

3 666 228

4 991 018

4 648 178

4 699 333

SOUTH AFRICAN FORESTRY COMPANY SOC LTD (SAFCOL) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Podium at Menlyn, 43 Ingersol Road, Lynnwood Glen, Pretoria, 0081

POSTAL: PO Box 1771, Silverton, 0127 TEL: 012 436 6300 / 0861 723 265 FAX: 013 754 2733 WEB: www.safcol.co.za EMAIL: info@klf.co.za

OVERVIEW

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

The vision of the South African Forestry Company SOC Limited (SAFCOL) is to be a leader in sustainable forests and commercial forest products. Its mission is to: grow its business in the forestry value chain; maximise stakeholder value through strategic partnerships; facilitate sustainable economic transformation of the forestry industry and thereby uplift communities; and maintain practices that are economically viable, environmentally acceptable and socially beneficial.

AUDIT OUTCOME

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Mpho Makwana Board Members: Mr Frans Baleni, Mr Neeshan Balton, Ms Buhle Hanise, Ms Lahlane Malema, Adv Lentswe Mokgatle, Mr Yershen Pillay, Ms Joanne Yawitch, Ms Zimkhitha Phaphama Zatu Chief Executive Officer: Mr Tsepo Monaheng Chief Financial Officer: Mr D’Shorn Human Chief Operations Officer: Mr Sibalo Dlamini Senior Management: Mr Vishal Harichund (Executive: Strategy and Commercial), Ms Christelle Marais (Chief Risk Officer), Mr John Maruma (Executive: Strategy, Innovation and Marketing), Ms Nokulunga Mashego (Acting Chief Audit Executive), Ms Dimakatso Motseko (Executive: Human Capital), Mr Siyabonga Mpontshana (Executive: Legal Services), Mr Hulisani Murovhi (Company Secretary), Mr Lerothodi Ntsatsi Rapoo (Chief Audit Executive) Communications Officers: Ms Nokuthula Makaringe (Communications and Marketing)

FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

423 431

408 762

330 102

1 428 338

1 047 582

1 075 808

1 851 018

1 456 344

1 405 910

3 200 617

3 244 948

3 293 423

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

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FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

1 906 860

1 913 553

1 764 463

Total Expenditure

(1 973 195)

(2 011 929)

(1 844 630)

Employee Costs

(395 782)

(422 629)

(381 612)

(66 335)

(98 376)

(80 167)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

161 193

49 931

(15 916)

Investing Activities

(27 575)

(49 709)

(11 468)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

252 358

156 079

181 848

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

185 406

170 379

320 149

2017/18

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

1 720

1 712

1 707

Posts Filled

1 472

1 546

1 599

TRANSNET SOC LTD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Waterfall Business Estate, 9 Country Estate Drive, Midrand, 1662

POSTAL: PO Box 72501, Parkview, 2122 TEL: 011 308 3000 WEB: www.transnet.net EMAIL: enquiries@transnet.net

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The vision of Transnet SOC Ltd is to meet customer demand for reliable freight transport and handling services through fully integrated and maximum use of its unique set of assets, while continuously driving cost-efficiency improvements and demonstrating a concern for sustainability. The Entity’s mission is to enable the competitiveness, growth and development of the South African economy by delivering reliable freight transport and handling services that satisfy customer demand.

Chairperson: Dr Popo Molefe (Interim) Board Members: Ms Portia Derby (Group CEO), Ms Ursula Nobulali Fikelepi, Ms Mpho Emily Letlape, Ms Dimakatso Catherine Matshoga, Mr Fholisani Sydney Mufamadi, Mr Aluwani Percy Ramabulana, Ms Gratitude Tsholofelo Ramphaka, Mr Louis Leon von Zeuner Chief Executive Officer: Ms Portia Derby (Group CEO) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Nonkululeko Dlamini (Group CFO) Senior Management: S Bopape (Interim Group Company Secretary), Adv Sandra Coetzee (Chief Legal Officer), Mr Velile Dube (Chief

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Executive: Transnet Port Terminals), Mr Mark Gregg-Macdonald (Group Treasurer), Ms Yolisa Kani (Chief Business Development Officer), Mr Brian Kgomo (Chief Audit Executive), Mr Thoba Majoka (Chief Advanced Manufacturing Officer), Mr Ralph Mills (Chief Executive: Transnet Engineering), Ms Xoliswa Mpongoshe (Chief Corporate Regulatory Officer), Mr Pandelani Munyai (Chief Information Officer), Ms Sizakele Mzimela (Chief Executive: Transnet Freight Rail), Mr Vuledzani Nemukula (Chief Procurement Officer), Mr Khayalethu Ngema (Chief of People), Mr Kapei Phahlamohlaka (Chief Executive: Transnet Property), Mr Khomotso Phihlela (Acting Chief Executive: Transnet National Ports Authority), Adv Michelle Phillips (Chief Executive: Transnet Pipelines), Dr Andrew Shaw (Chief Officer: Strategy and Planning), Ms Sanet Voster (Acting Chief Human Resources Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Molatwane Likhethe (General Manager: Corporate and Public Affairs), Ayanda Shezi (Spokesperson)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

R’000

R’000

2017/18 R’000

18 243 000

16 078 000

17 490 000

317 982 000 339 422 000 352 333 000

Total Assets

336 225 000 355 500 000 369 823 000

Current Liabilities

37 027 000 33 087 000

Non-Current Liabilities

168 971 000 173 782 000 158 036 000

54 913 000

Total Liabilities

205 998 000 206 869 000 212 949 000

Total Net Assets

130 227 000

148 631 000 156 874 000

Total Revenue

76 017 000

77 747 000 73 608 000

Total Expenditure

(72 079 000) (71 700 000) (68 757 000)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

3 938 000

6 047 000

4 851 000

21 946 000

21 930 000

22 958 000

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities

(20 145 000) (20 124 000) (24 891 000)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

4 256 000

4 156 000

4 380 000

502 000

2 105 000

3 475 000

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION (DPSA) CONTACT DETAILS

the dpsa

PHYSICAL: Batho Pele House, 546 Edmond Street, Arcadia, 0083 POSTAL: Private Bag X916, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 336 1000 / 01 / 63 WEB: www.dpsa.gov.za EMAIL: info@dpsa.gov.za

Department:

P u b lic Service and A d minist ration

REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) is to establish norms and standards to ensure that the state machinery functions optimally, and that such norms and standards are adhered to; implement interventions to maintain a compliant and functioning public service; promote an ethical public service through programmes, systems, frameworks and structures that detect, prevent and combat corruption; and contribute towards improved public administration in Africa and internationally through dialogue and sharing of best practices. The Department is required to facilitate and support efforts that seek to, among others, improve service delivery quality and access; human resource management and development; business processes; systems and accountability management; anti-corruption and integrity; and effective public participation.

MINISTER MR S MCHUNU

DEPUTY MINISTER MS S CHIKUNGA

Secretaries: Ms Refilwe Motau (Private Assistant: Minister), Lesego Ntsimane (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister), Ms Tuwani Sekaya (Assistant PA: Minister), Ms Nene Shibambu (Private Assistant: Deputy Minister), Ms Puleng Sibanda (Private Assistant: Director General)

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Senzo Mchunu (Minister of Public Service and Administration) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Ms Sindisiwe Chikunga (Deputy Minister of Public Service and Administration) (ANC) Director General: Ms Yoliswa Makhasi Chief of Staff: Ms Sizakele (Zah) Makhanya Makhanya Chief Financial Officer: Mr Masilo Makhura Senior Management: Ms Florence Maleka (Chief Director: Community Development Workers), Ms Zandile Mthembu (Executive Head of Staff: Deputy Minister), Mr Tseko Nell (Chief Director: Administration Support Services), Ms Monica Phalane (Manager: Director General’s Office) Communications Officers: Ms Shamiela Abrahams (Parliamentary Officer), Mr Selepe Emmanuel Masha (Cabinet and Parliamentary Support Services), Ms Kamogelo Mogotso (Media Liaison), Adv Vusi Pikoli (Advisor to the Minister), Ms Vathiswa Somlota-Mafana (Assistant Cabinet/Parliamentary Support Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 007 996

991 480

947 719

968 729

958 174

915 735

290 649

273 569

260 423

151 959

171 453

149 605

3 262

7 669

5 710

8

310

3 995

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

425

423

498

Posts Filled

368

361

429

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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NATIONAL SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT (NSG) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

school of government

PHYSICAL: ZK Matthews Building, 70 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X759, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 441 6000 / 086 100 8326 FAX: 012 441 6030 WEB: www.thensg.gov.za EMAIL: contactcentre@thensg.gov.za

Department: N ational Sch ool of G overnment REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the National School of Government (NSG) is to be responsible for learning and development programmes in a uniform public service with the objective of developing a professional, responsive and capable public sector, driven by the imperative of a developmental state. A culture and ethos of service will be imbued throughout the public service, meeting the expectations of stakeholders and communities, based on policy commitments of government. The Department’s priority goals are: a well-resourced high performing learning centre of excellence to ensure that the NSG is a well-resourced and high performing learning centre of excellence; improved learning and development opportunities influenced by impactful research, strategic diagnosis and monitoring and evaluation, with the goal of improving the learning and development opportunities offered by the NSG, responding to the pragmatic challenges being experienced in the public service; learning and development tools, a quality-driven curriculum, programmes and services responding to public service needs and training and development, to ensure that the curriculum, programmes and services of the NSG are relevant and adequate to achieve the objectives of the business strategy, and in responding to public service needs and those of its employees; integrated and collaborative network of training and development institutions and practitioners providing the public service with affordable access to quality training and development opportunities through face-to-face and online learning (eLearning, open learning and communities of practice) – this is envisaged to be achieved through an integrated and collaborative network of training and development institutions and practitioners, including independent individual contractors, onboard trainers, higher education institutions, and private entities.

Minister: Mr Senzo Mchunu (Minister of Public Service and Administration) (ANC) Principal: Mr Busani Ngcaweni Chief Financial Officer: Ms Phindile Mkwanazi Deputy Directors General: Ms Lakela Kaunda (Corporate Management and Business Enablement), Mr Botshabelo Maja (Professional Support), Ms Phindile Mkwanazi (Learning and Professional Development) Senior Management: Ms Soria Arendt (CD: Middle Management Development), Ms Louise Lepan (CD: Senior Management and Professionalisation), Dr Stephen Mohlokoane (CD: Business Development and Specialised Programme), Dr Sal Muthayan (CD: Curriculum Support and Trainer Professionalisation), Dr Milly Paile (CD: Executive Management and Leadership Support) Communications Officers: Ms Dikeledi Mokgokolo (Director: Communications), Ms Malebo Ralehlaka (Deputy Director: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

2019/20 Clean Audit

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

199 643

180 292

160 086

191 720

174 392

161 882

Employee Compensation

55 207

54 228

50 528

Goods and Services

37 896

40 419

37 208

2 317

1 919

2 352

-

481

788

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

231

229

228

Posts Filled

212

208

205

CENTRE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE INNOVATION (CPSI) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Batho Pele House, 546 Edmond Street, Arcardia, Pretoria POSTAL: Postnet Highveld, Suite 404, Private Bag X108, Menlopark, 0102 TEL: 012 683 2800 FAX: 012 643 0943 WEB: www.cpsi.co.za EMAIL: info@cpsi.co.za

OVERVIEW The Centre for Public Service Innovation (CPSI) is mandated to develop innovative, sustainable and responsive models for improved service delivery. The work of the CPSI is guided by an understanding of innovation in a public sector context as ’the creation and implementation of new and service delivery solutions (systems, processes, methods, models, products and services) resulting in significant improvements in outcomes, efficiency, effectiveness and quality’. The CPSI facilitates unearthing, development and implementation of innovative ideas within and throughout the public service. It achieves this by facilitating pilot projects aimed at demonstrating the value of innovative solutions, and through activities that create an enabling environment within the public sector to support and sustain innovation. The CPSI’s cross-sector reach makes it a resource for the whole of government, thus bridging institutional boundaries. Through active research and knowledge sharing platforms and products, the CPSI

identifies and shares lessons and information on innovation trends nationally, across Africa and internationally. The CPSI partners with a range of individuals and institutions in government, business and the community in exciting and mutually beneficial ways. This partnership model allows us to leverage financial and/or intellectual capital in support of government priorities.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Executive Officer: Ms Lydia Sebokedi (Acting Executive Director) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Annette Snyman Senior Management: Mr Lindani Mthethwa (Head: Solutions Support and Incubation and Acting Head: Enabling Environment), Mr Pierre Schoonraad (Head: Research and Development) Communications Officers: Ms Mmabatho Mashaba (Manager: Communications and Marketing)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

38 443

39 124

37 486

Actual Expenditure

29 856

35 931

35 809

19 949

18 791

18 046

9 313

14 267

13 970

479

480

497

-

36

215

AUDIT OUTCOME

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Clean Audit

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

30

38

2017/18 38

Posts Filled

26

34

36

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES MEDICAL SCHEME (GEMS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 61 St George’s Mall, Cape Town POSTAL: Private Bag X782, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 0860 00 4367 FAX: 0861 00 4367 WEB: www.gems.gov.za EMAIL: enquiries@gems.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Government Employees Medical Scheme (GEMS) is to provide all public service employees with equitable access to affordable and comprehensive health care benefits. GEMS is centred on the principles of: equity, efficiency and differentiation equity, where employees have equal access to the most extensive set of equal basic benefits under equitable remuneration structures, subject to affordability; efficiency regarding the costs and delivery of benefits; and differentiation, where employees choosing more extensive cover have equal access to higher benefits, subject to their needs.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

Chairperson: Dr Sebayitseng Millicent Hlatshwayo Deputy Chairperson: Mr Mpfariseni Erasmus Phophi Board Members: Mr Marthinus Brand, Dr Josef Adriaan Breed,

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Mr Rakgama Andries Manoko, Dr Esthras Confidence Moloko, Ms Constance Ntshane, Mr Jan Stephanus Roux, Mr Nkosinathi Theledi, Dr Nomzamo Tutu, Dr Izak Jacobus van Zyl Principal Executive Officer: Dr Stan Moloabi Chief Financial Officer: Ms Karyna Pierce Senior Management: Ms Jeannie Combrink (Chief Compliance Officer), Mr Phumelela Dhlomo (Chief Marketing Officer), Dr Vuyokazi Gqola (Chief Healthcare Officer), Dr Samuel Lewatle (Chief Corporate Services Officer), Dr Selaelo Mametja (Chief Research Officer), Mr Molapo Masekoameng (Chief Audit Executive), Ms Gloria Nkadimeng (Chief Information Officer), Ms Veni Singh (Chief Administration Officer), Mr Evan Theys (Company Secretary and Legal Counsel) Communications Officers: Ms Liziwe Nkonyana (Executive: Communications and Member Affairs)

Total Revenue Total Expenditure

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

11 103 441

9 698 028

4 915 263

2 408 506

16 018 704

12 106 534

2 965 152

2 630 640

3 577

-

2 968 729

2 630 640

13 049 975

9 475 894

41 245 985

37 940 617

(37 671 903) (33 910 999)

Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(228 093)

(185 861)

3 574 082

4 029 618

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

2 217 940

2 722 773

Investing Activities

(2 199 123)

(5 776 181)

2 449 761

2 435 201

-

-

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

NATIONAL TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 40 Church Square, Pretoria, 0002 POSTAL: Private Bag X115, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 315 5111 FAX: 012 406 9055 WEB: www.treasury.gov.za EMAIL: media@treasury.gov.za

national treasury Department: N ational T reas u ry REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of the National Treasury is to promote economic development, good governance, social progress and rising living standards through accountable, economic, efficient, equitable and sustainable management of South Africa’s public finances. The National Treasury’s legislative mandate is also described in the Public Finance Management Act. The National Treasury is mandated to: promote government’s fiscal policy framework; coordinate macroeconomic policy and intergovernmental financial relations;

manage the budget preparation process; facilitate the Division of Revenue Act, which provides for an equitable distribution of nationally raised revenue between national, provincial and local government; and monitor the implementation of provincial budgets. As mandated by the executive and Parliament, the National Treasury will continue to support the optimal allocation and utilisation of financial resources in all spheres of government to reduce poverty and vulnerability among South Africa’s most marginalised.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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CAT ADMIN SERVICES CC P O Box 6519, Ansfrere Johannesburg E-mail: catadmin@mweb.co.za Cell: Charles Esterhuizen 0825754696 or Bill Miller 0825754705 Website: http://catadmin.co.za

PUBLIC SERVICE SCM TRAINING AND CONSULTING SERVICES CAT ADMIN SERVICES cc was established in 1996 as an exclusive provider of SCM training and consultation services directed towards SCM in the South African public sector. We are registered on the CSD and provide consultancy services and training all over South Africa. All our courses are PSETA and National Treasury accredited. Our courses (accredited or in workshop format) are conducted by means of virtual or face-to-face training. Specialised training requests for specific problem areas in the SCM environment are also accommodated. The following are some of our most popular courses/workshops that are regularly conducted by experienced facilitators: • • • •

Bid committee course Demand management course Understand public sector procurement for end users workshop Workshop: Irregular, fruitless, wasteful and unauthorised expenditure

• • • •

SCM for public services course Workshop in strategic procurement Writing of specifications or TOR workshop specialised Acquisition management course

Our consultancy services are managed through our SA Public Sector Procurement Advice Centre, which provides the following services to all organs of State: • Public sector procurement advice and consultative services on an ad hoc basis • Compliance audit on specifications and terms of reference before advertisement • SCM policy and procedure revision or development.

higher education & training Department: H ig h er E d u cation and T raining REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Great Place, Great Choice for Lifelong Learning

Maluti TVET offers exciting and relevant programmes that directly respond to the skills demand on the modern economy. NATIONAL CERTIFICATE (VOCATIONAL)

NATED (REPORT 191)

SKILLS PROGRAMMES

• Education Development

• Educare

• Boilermaking

• Electrical infrastructure

• Financial Management

• Cabinet making

& Construction

• Business Management

• Bricklaying

• Hospitality & Catering

• Motor mechanic

• Engineering & Related Design

• Human Resource Management

• Panel beating

• Civil Engineering & Building

• Management Assistant

• Welding

Construction

• Marketing

• Finance, Economics & Accounting

• Public Management

• Hospitality

• Civil Engineering

• Information Technology

• Electrical Engineering

For futher enquiries email the College

• Marketing

• Mechanical Engineering

Marketing Unit: marketing@malutitvet.co.za

• Tourism

Central Office, Mampoi Road, Witsieshoek, 9870

• Office Administration • Primary Agriculture • Transport & Logistics

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The National Treasury’s priorities include: increasing investment in infrastructure and industrial capital; improving education and skills development to raise productivity; improving the regulation of markets and public entities; and fighting poverty and inequality through efficient public service delivery, expanded employment levels, income support and empowerment.

Ms Malijeng Ngqaleni (Intergovernmental Relations), Mr Duncan Pieterse (Economic Policy), Ms Estelle Setan (Acting: Chief Procurement Office), Mr Edgar Sishi (Acting: Budget Office), Ms Vuyelwa Vumendlini (International and Regional Economic Policy) Communications Officers: Ms Daleen Marais (Publications, Projects, Events Management and Internal Communication), Ms Mashudu Masutha (Ministry Spokesperson), Ms Cleo Mosana (Media Liaison and Communication - Office of the DG), Ms Ntsakisi Ramunasi (Media Management and External Communication) Secretaries: Ms Mary Marumo (Personal Assistant: Minister), Ms Lindiwe Mnisi (Personal Assistant: Director General), Ms Cathy Shilubana (Personal Assistant: Deputy Minister)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME MINISTER MR T MBOWENI

DEPUTY MINISTER DR D MASONDO

DIRECTOR GENERAL MR D MOGAJANE

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Minister: Mr Tito Titus Mboweni (Minister of Finance) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Dr David Masondo (Deputy Minister of Finance) (ANC) Director General: Mr Dondo Mogajane Chief of Staff: Mr Marlon Geswint Chief Financial Officer: Ms Priya Lutchman Deputy Directors General: Ms Karen Maree (Acting: Accountant General), Mr Stadi Mngomezulu (Corporate Services), Ms Tshepiso Moahloli (Asset and Liability Management), Dr Mampho Modise (Public Finance), Mr Ismail Momoniat (Tax and Financial Sector Policy),

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

39 436 554

36 864 649

44 935 287

29 885 178

28 702 250

39 806 395

804 819

790 344

803 732

1 209 565

1 280 911

1 121 319

13 555

23 448

27 038

95 834

471 836

391 873

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 183

1 163

1 187

1 043

1 048

1 128

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 329

2 613

2 857

342

354

233

1 671

2 967

3 091

1 329

2 677

2 774

-

-

-

1 329

2 677

2 774

342

290

317

14 589

14 611

13 939

249

557

476

14 340

14 054

13 463

Total Expenditure

(14 538)

(14 638)

(13 660)

Employee Costs

(11 333)

(11 524)

(10 812)

52

(27)

279

(1 438)

(359)

2 124

155

120

229

1 274

2 558

2 796

2 829

-

-

Total Final Appropriation

OFFICE BEARERS

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

ACCOUNTING STANDARDS BOARD (ASB) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: International Business Gateway, Building A, Ground Floor, Cnr New & 6th Roads, Midridge Office Estate, Midrand

POSTAL: PO Box 7001, Halfway House, Midrand, 1685 TEL: 011 697 0660 FAX: 011 697 0666 WEB: www.asb.co.za EMAIL: info@asb.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Accounting Standards Board is to serve the public interest by setting standards of Generally Recognised Accounting Practice (GRAP) and providing guidance for financial and other performance information reported by the public sector. The Board has the following responsibilities: determine the work programme and approve the appointment of members of project groups; approve the standards to be issued as standards of GRAP for the preparation of annual financial statements of all spheres of government; prepare and publish directives, interpretations and guidelines concerning the standards of GRAP; recommend to the Minister of Finance effective dates for the implementation of these standards by different categories of institutions to which these standards apply; perform any other function incidental to advancing financial reporting in the public sector; and issue and publish recommended practices on its own authority, if satisfied as to need, usefulness and practicality, following a process of consultation with stakeholders.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr C Braxton Deputy Chairperson: Ms P Moalusi Board Members: Ms W de Jager, Mr D Dlamini, Ms K Maree, Ms M Sedikela, Ms N Themba, Mr A van der Burgh Chief Executive Officer: Ms Erna Swart Senior Management: Ms J Poggiolini (Technical Director) Communications Officers: Ms Julianne Knowt (Administrator and PA: CEO)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

7

7

7

Posts Filled

7

7

7

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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CO-OPERATIVE BANKS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CBDA)

PHYSICAL: 27th Floor, 240 Old Vermeulen / Madiba Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X115, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 315 5932 WEB: www.treasury.gov.za/coopbank EMAIL: cdba@treasury.gov.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Co-operative Banks Development Agency (CBDA) is to facilitate the development of a competitive, accessible and sustainable cooperative banking sector that empowers communities. The Agency’s mission focuses on: creating an enabling environment for the e-Cooperative Banking Sector through innovative solutions, capacity building, funding and technology interventions by providing support to Cooperative Banking Institutions (CBIs) for the ultimate benefit and financial inclusion of underserviced communities in South Africa; development and support; promoting the cooperative philosophy and principles; and building confidence in the CFI sector. The CBDA’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to ensure: a CFI sector that is institutionally sound; a vibrant and growing CFI sector that broadens access and mobilises savings at community level; and an organisation that has the strategic leadership, administrative support and management capabilities to market itself and its activities to fulfil its vision and mission.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Luyanda Ntuane Deputy Chairperson: Mr Paul Rossouw Board Members: Mr Ishtiaq Amien, Ms Thusile Njapa Mashanda, Ms Phumla Ncapayi, Mr Jeffrey Ndumo, Dr Nomfundo Xenia Ngwenya, Mr Velile Pangwa, Ms Nokonwaba Shwala Director: Mr David de Jong (Acting Managing Director) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Lorna Padayachee (Finance Manager) Senior Management: Ms Nomadelo Sauli, Mr Kobus van Niekerk

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

11 644

6 701

236

868

118 800

7 569

7 499

5 186

-

-

Total Liabilities

7 499

5 186

Total Net Assets

4 381

2 383

32 835

37 589

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

544

821

32 291

36 768

Total Expenditure

(30 837)

(41 197)

Employee Costs

(11 923)

(17 166)

1 998

(3 608)

6 453

(5 873)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

CONTACT DETAILS

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

(93)

(295)

9 958

3 598

1 883

2 783

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

29

33

Posts Filled

26

26

DEVELOPMENT BANK OF SOUTHERN AFRICA (DBSA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Headway Hill, 1258 Lever Road, Midrand POSTAL: PO Box 1234, Halfway House, 1685 TEL: 011 313 3911 / 3500 / 3297 FAX: 011 313 3086 WEB: www.dbsa.org EMAIL: webmaster@dbsa.org

OVERVIEW The mission of the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) is to advance the development impact in the region by expanding access to development finance, and effectively integrating and implementing sustainable development solutions. The DBSA’s purpose is to accelerate sustainable socio-economic development, and improve the quality of life of the people of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and, more recently, the whole of the African continent, by driving financial and nonfinancial investments in the social and economic infrastructure sectors: social infrastructure – infrastructure aimed at addressing backlogs and expediting the delivery of essential social services to support sustainable living conditions and a better quality of life within communities; and economic infrastructure – infrastructure aimed at addressing capacity constraints and bottlenecks in order to optimise economic growth potential and support regional integration. The DBSA has prioritised water, energy, transport and ICT as its key focus areas.

Ms Boitumelo Mosako (CFO), Dr Blessing Mudavanhu, Ms Malijeng Ngqaleni, Ms Pinkie Nqeto, Mr Bongani Nqwababa, Ms Anuradha Sing, Prof Mark Swilling Chief Executive Officer: Mr Patrick Dlamini Chief Financial Officer: Ms Boitumelo Mosako Senior Management: Mr Paul Currie (Group Chief Investment Officer), Mr Ernest Dietrich (Group Executive: Treasury and Balance Sheet Management), Mr Michael Hillary (Group Executive: Financing Operations), Ms Catherine Koffman (Group Executive: Project Preparation), Mr Mpho Kubelo (Group Chief Risk Officer), Ms Zodwa Mbele (Group Executive: Transacting), Ms Sheila Motsepe (Group Executive: Human Capital), Mr Mohale Rakgate (Chief Investment Officer: Infrastructure Fund), Mr Chuene Ramphele (Group Executive: Infrastructure Delivery), Ms Bathobile Sowazi (Company Secretary), Mr Mohan Vivekanandan (Group Executive: Client Coverage) Communications Officers: Ms Sebolelo Matsoso (Head: Marketing, Communications and Events)

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Enoch Godongwana Board Members: Mr Patrick Dlamini (CEO), Ms Martie Janse van

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Rensburg, Adv Maseapo Kganedi, Mr Gaby Magomola, Mr Petrus Matji,

AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Assets

100 465 115

89 488 409

89 211 946

Operating Activities

Total Liabilities

62 887 538

52 315 924

54 890 871

Investing Activities

Total Net Assets

37 577 577

37 172 485

34 321 075

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

9 915 966

9 519 350

8 234 177

(9 412 034) (6 459 955)

(5 951 300)

(751 070)

(751 300)

(702 880)

503 932

3 096 695

2 282 877

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

3 613 758

3 796 777

4 039 466

32 637

(345 238)

(444 179)

3 458 836

2 922 876

3 741 853

2 744

394

7

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE CENTRE (FIC) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X177, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 641 6000 FAX: 012 641 6215 WEB: www.fic.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) is South Africa’s national centre for the gathering, analysis and dissemination of financial intelligence. The FIC was established to identify proceeds of crime, combat money laundering, and the financing of terrorism and, in so doing, has a primary role to protect the integrity of South Africa’s financial system. The Entity was established by the FIC Act 38 of 2001 and reports to the Minister of Finance and to Parliament. The FIC’s mandate is to: identify the proceeds of crime, combat money laundering, and terror financing; supervise and enforce compliance with the FIC Act; share information with law enforcement authorities, supervisory bodies, intelligence services, the South African Revenue Service, and other local and international agencies; facilitate effective supervision and enforcement by supervisory bodies; formulate and lead the implementation of policy regarding money laundering and the financing of terrorism; provide policy advice to the Minister of Finance; and uphold the international obligations and commitments required by the country in respect of anti-money laundering and combating financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). The FIC Act introduces a regulatory framework of measures that requires certain categories of business to take steps regarding client identification, record-keeping, reporting of information and internal compliance structures. All businesses have to report various suspicious transactions to the FIC. It also receives additional financial data from accountable and reporting institutions. The Entity uses this financial data and available data to develop financial intelligence. It is able to make this intelligence available to law enforcement, police, and tax authorities for follow-up investigations. On 1 December 2010, amendments to the FIC were promulgated, which required that all accountable and reporting institutions register with the FIC. Furthermore, the Act gave the Entity and supervisory bodies the authority to inspect and impose administrative penalties on non-compliant businesses. The Act also introduced an appeals process and an appeal board. South Africa is a member of the Financial Action Task Force, the international body which sets standards and policy on anti-money laundering and for combating the financing of terrorism (AML/ CFT). The FIC currently leads the South African delegation of various government departments to the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group, which aims to support countries to implement the global AML/CFT standards.

The FIC is a member and current chair of the Egmont Group, which is made up of financial intelligence units from 147 countries around the world. The primary aim of the organisation is to facilitate cooperation and sharing of financial intelligence information among its members.

OFFICE BEARERS Director: Adv Xolisile Jennifer Khanyile Senior Management: Mr Macs Maboka (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Christopher Malan (Executive Manager: Compliance and Prevention), Dr Michael Masiapato (Executive Manager: Monitoring and Analysis), Mr Pieter Smit (Executive Manager: Legal and Policy)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

103 701

126 315

102 678

75 026

76 419

70 694

178 727

202 734

173 372

Current Liabilities

55 231

36 141

31 587

Non-Current Liabilities

12 822

3 347

830

Total Liabilities

68 053

39 488

32 417

Total Net Assets

110 674

163 246

140 955

305 143

284 552

275 248

6 479

5 836

5 057

298 664

278 716

270 191

Total Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(307 427)

(261 186)

(251 869)

Employee Costs

(175 246)

(160 781)

(155 598)

(2 572)

22 291

23 617

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

20 220

37 590

45 624

Investing Activities

(19 111)

(22 132)

(17 063)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

96 394

118 646

96 122

828

2 235

2 775

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

213

206

206

Posts Filled

201

185

185

FINANCIAL SECTOR CONDUCT AUTHORITY (FSCA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Riverwalk Office Park, Block B, 41 Matroosberg Road, Ashlea Gardens, Extension 6, Pretoria, 0081

POSTAL: PO Box 35655, Menlo Park, 0102 TEL: 012 428 8000 / 0800 203 722 FAX: 012 346 5616 WEB: www.fsca.co.za EMAIL: FSCACommunications@fsca.co.za Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OVERVIEW The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) was established by the Financial Sector Regulation Act 9 of 2017 (the FSR Act) to become a dedicated market conduct authority replacing the Financial Services Board (FSB), on 1 April 2018. The FSCA’s mandate is to: enhance the efficiency and integrity of financial markets; promote fair customer treatment by financial institutions; provide financial education and promote financial literacy; and assist in maintaining financial stability. The FSR Act extends the jurisdiction of the FSCA to include oversight of financial products and services not overseen by the FSB banking; services related to credit; and the buying and selling of foreign exchange. It also dictates a shift in approach from the FSB’s traditional compliance driven model to one that is proactive, pre-emptive, risk-based and outcomes focused. Crucially, the FSR Act includes financial inclusion and transformation of the financial sector in its overall objectives. The FSCA’s six priority strategic focus areas for the next three years are: building a new organisation; an inclusive and transformed financial sector; a robust regulatory framework that promotes fair customer treatment; informed financial customers; strengthening the efficiency and integrity of our financial markets; and understanding new ways of doing business and disruptive technologies.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

R’000

R’000

R’000

736 444

521 651

435 645

133 446

153 691

147 196

869 890

675 342

582 841

327 897

157 618

117 476

77 279

78 049

70 188

Total Liabilities

405 176

235 667

187 664

Total Net Assets

464 714

439 675

395 176

926 095

856 236

802 294

96 340

79 253

85 323

829 755

776 983

716 971

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(891 736)

(814 975)

(764 699)

Employee Costs

(467 296)

(449 670)

(438 788)

34 359

41 261

37 596

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW 77 103

99 477

93 019

Investing Activities

(15 294)

(23 697)

(47 369)

OFFICE BEARERS

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

542 430

481 160

406 132

Commissioner: Ms Katherine Gibson (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr LP Kekana Chief Information Officer: Ms Phokeng Mogase Senior Management: Ms K Dikokwe (Divisional Executive: Conduct of

1 006

-

-

HUMAN RESOURCES

Business Supervision), Ms K Gibson (Member: Transitional Management Committee), Mr J Hlalethoa (Divisional Executive: Corporate Services), Ms F Mabaso (Divisional Executive: Licencing and Business Centre), Mr OB Makhubela (Divisional Executive: Retirement Fund Supervision), Mr B Topham (Divisional Executive: Enforcement) Communications Officers: Ms T Marele (HOD: Communications and Language Services)

Operating Activities

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

623

697

648

Posts Filled

570

538

572

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

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GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 34 Hamilton Street, Arcadia, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X63, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 319 1911 FAX: 012 326 2507 WEB: www.gpaa.gov.za EMAIL: enquiries@gpaa.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Government Pensions Administration Agency (GPAA) is to effectively and efficiently administer fund benefits on behalf of its clients and stakeholders. The GPAA ensures effective, transparent, accountable and coherent governance of the pension funds it administers on behalf of the Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF) and the National Treasury. The Agency’s strategic plan is based on the need to achieve the following: enhancement of administrative capacity; modernisation of processes and systems; enhancement of human capital, including people competence and wellness; meeting of service levels as per service level agreements; and managing of the roles and responsibilities of employer departments with regards to the GPAA.

the gpaa G overnment P ens ions A d minis tration A g ency REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

191 568

194 137

154 482

349 388

371 623

378 550

540 956

565 760

533 032

150 341

145 710

138 924

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

150 341

145 710

105 183

Total Net Assets

390 615

420 050

394 108

1 110 654

1 039 853

989 227

1 110 654

1 039 853

989 227

-

-

-

Total Expenditure

(1 140 089)

(1 017 010)

(989 765)

Employee Costs

(530 726)

(493 688)

(481 088)

(29 435)

22 843

(488)

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

OFFICE BEARERS

Exchange Transactions

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Shahid Khan (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Phinda Nondabula (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Meiring Coetzee (Chief Information Officer),

Non-Exchange Transactions

Ms Esti de Witt (General Manager: Legal Services), Mr Mervin Kemp (Acting Head: Corporate Services), Mr Effort Kgosiemang (Acting Chief Risk Officer), Dr Sefiso Khumalo (Acting General Manager: Management Support), Ms Kedibone Madiehe (General Manager: Client Relationship Management), Mr Mongezi Mngqibisa (General Manager: Special, Military and Other Pensions), Mr Phineas Mogale (Business Enablement), Mr Jay Morar (General Manager: Employees Benefits), Ms Setlalemetsi Sekano (Chief Audit Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Mack Lewele (Senior Manager: Communications), Mr Katlego Tselapedi

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

125 583

104 734

87 621

(94 892)

(103 882)

(82 312)

73 800

43 109

42 257

3 969

2 107

1 705

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 026

1 026

1 026

934

941

945

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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GOVERNMENT TECHNICAL ADVISORY CENTRE (GTAC)

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 240 Madiba Street, Cnr Thabo Sehume & Madiba Streets, Pretoria, 0002

POSTAL: Private Bag X115, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 395 6761 FAX: 012 315 5786 WEB: www.gtac.gov.za EMAIL: Info@gtac.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC) is a government component in terms of the Public Service Act, with a central mandate to assist organs of state in building their capacity for efficient, effective and transparent financial management. GTAC’s long-term strategic intent is to be a centre of excellence in analytical, advisory, institutional development and programme management support to public sector institutions, to better manage and implement their mandates and consequently improve their quality of spend. This will be done through partnerships with academic and research centres focused on public sector management and training. Within the context of government’s National Development Plan and medium-term strategic framework, GTAC seeks to contribute to building a capable and development-orientated state, while also strengthening capacity to work with the private sector in promoting growth, employment, infrastructure investment and public service delivery. The main functions and activities include: transaction advisory services; capital projects appraisal; institutional development support; and public expenditure and policy analysis.

OFFICE BEARERS Acting Head: Ms Lindiwe Ndlela Chief Financial Officer: Mr Markus Rautenbach (Chief Director: Finance) Senior Management: Ms Najwah Allie-Edries (Deputy Director General: Jobs Fund), Ms Ronette Engela (Deputy Director General: Public Expenditure and Policy Analysis), Ms Emmanuelle Gille (Chief Director: Institutional Development Support), Mr Graham Louw (Chief Director: Professional Services Procurement), Mr Boitumelo Mashilo (Chief Director: Capital Projects Appraisal), Mr Johnson Matshivha (Acting Chief Director: Municipal Finance Improvement Programme), Mr Tumi Moleke (Chief Director: Transaction Advisory Services and PPP), Ms Subethri Naidoo (Chief Director: Strategy Management and Communication), Ms Ezre Stokes (Acting Director: Human Capital Management and Corporate Support Services) Communications Officers: Ms Anita Rwelamira (Communications and Publications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

962 071

887 187

917 450

3 906

5 688

4 304

965 977

892 875

921 754

736 447

652 529

676 163

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

736 447

652 529

677 884

Total Net Assets

229 530

240 346

245 591

255 936

265 653

332 943

183 665

177 470

217 943

72 271

88 183

115 000

Total Expenditure

(266 752)

(270 898)

(302 855)

Employee Costs

(129 543)

(121 054)

(107 807)

(10 816)

(5 245)

30 088 305 150

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

76 198

12 305

Investing Activities

(452)

(2 570)

(2 415)

940 712

864 966

855 231

8 272

19 939

18 383

2017/18

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

164

162

154

Posts Filled

153

143

140

INDEPENDENT REGULATORY BOARD FOR AUDITORS (IRBA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Building 2, Greenstone Hill Office Park, Emerald Boulevard, Modderfontein

POSTAL: PO Box 8237, Greenstone, 1616 TEL: 087 940 8800 FAX: 087 940 8878 WEB: www.irba.co.za EMAIL: board@irba.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) is to protect the financial interests of the South African public and international investors in South Africa through the effective regulation of audits conducted by registered auditors, in accordance with internationally recognised standards and processes. The Board’s objectives are to: develop and maintain auditing standards that are internationally comparable; develop and maintain ethical standards that are internationally comparable; provide an appropriate framework for the education and training of properly qualified auditors, as well as for their ongoing competence; inspect and review the work of registered auditors and their practices to

monitor their compliance with professional standards; investigate and take appropriate action against registered auditors in respect of non-compliance with standards and improper conduct; and conduct its business in an economically efficient and effective manner, in accordance with the relevant regulatory frameworks.

OFFICE BEARERS Board Members: Mr Roy Andersen (Caretaker Board), Ms Nonkululeko Gobodo (Caretaker Board)

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Imre Nagy (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Nitasha Naicker

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

33 518

22 928

37 873

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

Total Net Assets

Total Revenue

37 208

38 235

Non-Exchange Transactions

109 818

82 222

75 620

Total Expenditure

(152 439)

(131 416)

(115 072)

Employee Costs

(90 445)

(83 263)

(81 974)

6 064

(11 987)

(1 218)

Operating Activities

11 600

(12 423)

3 191

Investing Activities

(1 577)

(2 575)

(1 018)

27 710

17 687

32 604

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

15 074

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

52 947

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

10 689

6 496

8 985

661

5 8 990

38 035

31 971

43 957

113 854

119 430

48 685

39 129

7 158

2017/18

158 503

16 200

584

2018/19

Exchange Transactions

15 790

11 273

2019/20

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

49 307

Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

89

91

89

Posts Filled

79

80

85

LAND AND AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA (LAND BANK) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Eco Glades 2, Block D, 420 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Eco Park, Centurion

POSTAL: PO Box 375, Tshwane, 0001 TEL: 012 686 0500 FAX: 012 686 0718 WEB: www.landbank.co.za EMAIL: info@landbank.co.za

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

Senior Management: Ms Jillian Bailey (Director: Investigations), Ms Ntlambi Gulwa (Acting Director: Inspections), Ms Nadine Kater (Director: Education and Training), Mr Imran Vanker (Director: Standards) Communications Officers: Ms Lebogang Manganye (Manager: Public Relations), Ms Lorraine van Schalkwyk (Manager: Media Relations and Strategic Projects)

OVERVIEW The Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa (Land Bank) is a specialist agricultural bank established in 1912. The Bank’s objective is to serve South Africa’s commercial and emerging farmers by bringing specially designed financial services within their reach. These services enable farmers to finance land, equipment, improve assets and obtain production credit. Land Bank’s vision is to be a world-class agricultural development bank that stimulates growth, drives solid performance and spurs innovation. The vision is realised through the quest to work with all stakeholders in building an adaptive and competitive agricultural sector that drives environmental, social and economic growth and development, thus contributing to food security.

Capital), Dr Litha Magingxa (Executive Manager: Agricultural, Economics and Advisory), Ms Unathi Magwentshu (Executive Manager: Corporate Banking and Structured Investment), Mr Lwandiso Makupula (Acting Executive Manager: Commercial Development and Business Banking), Mr Maniki Rakgalakane (Managing Director: Land Bank Insurance Company), Mr Stephen Sebueng (Executive Manager: Legal Services), Mr Sydney Soundy (Executive Manager: Strategy and Communications), Mr Faride Stiglingh (Executive Manager: Portfolio Management Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL POSITION

Chairperson: Mr MA Moloto (Sub Committees: Human Resources;

Total Assets

Social and Ethics; Credit and Investment)

Total Liabilities

Deputy Chairperson: Ms N Hlatshwayo (Sub Committees: Human

Total Net Assets

Resources; Social and Ethics; LBIC Board; LBIC Human Resources; LBIC Social and Ethics) Board Members: Mr Ayanda Kanana (CEO), Ms SA Lund (Sub Committees: Risk and Governance; Audit and Finance), Ms ME Makgatho (Sub Committees: Credit and Investment; Land Bank Audit and Finance; LBIC Board; LBIC Investment), Mr Matome Makgoba (Sub Committees: Risk and Governance; Credit and Investment), Ms Khensani Mukhari (CFO) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Ayanda Kanana Chief Financial Officer: Ms Khensani Mukhari Senior Management: Mr Sakhumzi Diza (Acting Chief Risk Officer Credit and Enterprise), Ms Mpule Dlamini (Executive Manager: Human

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

46 159 184

51 120 291

49 487 020

43 635 748

45 793 495

42 838 317

2 523 437

5 326 796

6 648 703

5 032 826

5 315 538

5 176 239

(7 157 378) (6 202 040) (4 922 022) (397 924)

(405 687)

(447 489)

(2 124 551)

(886 502)

254 217

2 640 147

1 650 230

3 827 271

481 479

34 496

(622 395)

722 711

3 213 121

2 421 069

362 109

188

2 109

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

OFFICE OF THE OMBUD FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES PROVIDERS (FAIS OMBUD) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Kasteelpark, Orange Building, 2nd Floor, 546 Jochemus Street, Erasmuskloof, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 74571, Lynnwood Ridge, 0040 TEL: 012 762 5000 / 012 492 9711 / 0860 066 3274 FAX: 086 546 5694 / 012 348 3447 WEB: www.faisombud.co.za EMAIL: info@faisombud.co.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OVERVIEW The mission of the Office of the Ombud for Financial Services Providers (FAIS Ombud) is to promote consumer protection and enhance the integrity of the financial services industry through resolving complaints impartially, expeditiously and economically. The objective of the FAIS Ombud is to consider and dispose of complaints by clients against financial services providers in a procedurally fair, informal, economical and expeditious manner, and by reference to what is equitable in all circumstances. In the investigation and disposal of a complaint, the FAIS Ombud acts independently, impartially and objectively. The complainant and any other party to the complaint are expected to give their fullest cooperation to the disposal of the complaint within a reasonable time. The services of the FAIS Ombud are not similar to those of a professional legal adviser and are confined to the mediation, conciliation or determination of complaints in terms of the FAIS Act and the Rules.

OFFICE BEARERS Ombud: Adv Nonku Tshombe Chief Financial Officer: Mr Shaunil Maharaj Communications Officers: Ms Mpho Diako (HR Practitioner)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

41 009

16 701

5 535

2 772

2 362

1 713

43 781

19 063

7 247

1 870

1 469

3 459

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

1 870

1 469

4 359

Total Net Assets

41 911

17 594

3 788

64 385

54 870

49 421

1

23

n/a

64 384

54 847

n/a

Total Expenditure

(39 768)

(41 063)

(47 350)

Employee Costs

(26 474)

(24 559)

(30 045)

24 617

13 806

2 071

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

3 729

(464)

2 469

(1 467)

(1 517)

(738)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

3 429

1 636

3 617

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

3 783

5 263

3 483

Investing Activities

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

62

62

75

Posts Filled

57

51

72

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

25 024

15 818

10 260

6 484

7 128

4 693

31 508

22 946

14 953

4 580

3 443

1 920

-

-

-

4 580

3 443

1 920

26 928

19 504

13 033

70 777

64 487

59 130

19

161

92

70 758

64 326

59 038

OFFICE OF THE PENSION FUNDS ADJUDICATOR (OPFA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 4th Floor, Riverwalk Office Park, Block A, 41 Matroosberg Road, Ashlea Gardens, Pretoria, 0081 POSTAL: PO Box 580, Menlyn, 0063 TEL: 012 346 1738 / 012 748 4000 FAX: 086 693 7472 WEB: www.pfa.org.za EMAIL: enquiries@pfa.org.za

OVERVIEW The mandate of the Office of the Pension Funds Adjudicator (OPFA) is to ensure a procedurally fair, economical and expeditious resolution of complaints in terms of the Act by: ensuring that its services are accessible to all; investigating complaints in a procedurally fair manner; reaching a just and expeditious resolution of complaints in accordance with the law; being innovative and proactive in thought and in action; and supporting, encouraging and providing opportunities for individual growth. The Adjudicator’s office investigates and determines complaints relating to the improper application of fund rules, maladministration, disputes of fact or law, and employer dereliction of duty in respect of pension funds.

OFFICE BEARERS Governance Committee Members: Mr Sathie Gounden (Chairperson: Audit Committee), Mr Olano Makhubela (Acting FSCA Commissioner and Accounting Authority), Ms Dudu Msomi (Chairperson: Human Resources Committee), Mr Hamilton Ratshefola (Chairperson: Risk Committee), Prof Philip Sutherland (Chairperson: Remuneration Committee) Adjudicator: Ms Muvhango Antoinette Lukhaimane (Pension Funds Adjudicator) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Bulelani Makunga Senior Management: Ms Vidette Brancken (HR Manager), Ms Tshepo Dooka-Rampedi (Acting Early Resolutions Manager), Mr Naheem Essop (Senior Legal Advisor), Ms Wilana Groenewald (New Complaints Unit Manager), Mr Silas Mothupi (Senior Assistant Adjudicator), Mr Matome Thulare (Deputy Pension Funds Adjudicator)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(63 353)

(58 015)

(54 675)

Employee Costs

(36 398)

(34 257)

(32 346)

7 424

6 471

4 455

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

15 808

2 245

2 718

Investing Activities

(1 856)

(4 125)

(1 071)

15 717

1 765

3 645

199

-

-

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OFFICE OF THE TAX OMBUD (OTO) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

PHYSICAL: Menlyn Corner, 2nd Floor, 87 Frikkie De Beer Street, Menlyn, Pretoria, 0181

POSTAL: PO Box 12314, Hatfield, 0028 TEL: 012 431 9105 / 0800 662 837 FAX: 012 452 5013 WEB: www.taxombud.gov.za EMAIL: complaints@taxombud.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Office of the Tax Ombud was established in October 2013 to enhance the tax administration system. Until then, there was no independent redress channel for taxpayers who had exhausted the normal SARS complaints mechanisms. The Office is based on best international practice and was modelled on the Tax Ombud systems of Canada, the United States of America and United Kingdom. The Office works specifically with taxpayers who have been unable to resolve a service, procedural or administrative complaint through the normal complaints management channels of SARS. It does its utmost to assist these taxpayers to resolve their concerns speedily and amicably before it becomes necessary for them to consider entering into protracted court processes. In this way, the Office facilitates access to justice in South Africa and contributes to a culture of respect for the tax system and for taxpayers’ rights. The Tax Ombud plays a unique taxpayer complaints resolution role and aligns with the Public Protector. The Public Protector exists to ensure administrative justice by being a check on the exercise by government and its agencies of their authority, and on the other hand, the Tax Ombud exists to ensure administrative justice by being a check

on the exercise of authority by SARS. The Tax Ombud is appointed by and reports directly to the Minister of Finance, and may only be removed by the Minister. The term of Tax Ombud is five years and can be renewed. The institution is built on a structure supported by four pillars, namely the Operations, Communication and Outreach, Office Enablement, and Legal Services. Each is led and supported by hardworking and committed experts in their fields pursuing excellence to ensure delivery on the mandate.

OFFICE BEARERS Ombud: Judge Bernard Makgabo Ngoepe (Tax Ombud) Chief Executive Officer: Prof Thabo Legwaila Senior Management: Ms Mmamelao Malakalaka (Senior Manager: Office Enablement), Ms Talitha Muade (Senior Manager: Operations), Ms Pearl Seopela (Senior Manager: Communications and Outreach), Mr Gert van Heerden (Senior Manager: Legal) Communications Officers: Mr Jack Malatji (Communication Specialist)

PUBLIC INVESTMENT CORPORATION SOC LTD (PIC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Menlyn Maine Central Square, Cnr Aramist Avenue & Corobay Avenue, Waterkloof Glen Extension 2, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X187, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 742 3400 WEB: www.pic.gov.za EMAIL: info@pic.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Public Investment Corporation SOC Limited (PIC) is an asset management firm wholly owned by the government of the Republic of South Africa, represented by the Minister of Finance. PIC’s clients are mostly public sector entities, which focus on provision of social security. Amongst others, these include the Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), Compensation Commissioner Fund (CC), Compensation Commissioner Pension Fund (CP) and Associated Institutions Pension Fund (AIPF). The PIC was corporatised on 1 April 2005 in accordance with the Public Investment Corporation Act, 2004. Established in 1911, the PIC ranks amongst the best and successful asset management firms in the world and is by far the largest in Africa. The PIC runs one of the most diversified portfolios, which comprise of multiple asset classes. These assets include listed equities, real estate, capital market, private equity and impact investing. Through listed investments, the PIC controls over 10% of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and has direct and indirect exposure to almost all sectors of the South African economy. The corporation has a mandate to invest in the rest of the African continent and beyond. Over and above generating financial returns for clients, through its impact-investing programme, the PIC seeks to generate social returns by investing in projects that ensure inclusive growth. The PIC supports the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and considers environmental, social and governance issues in all its investments.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Reuel Khoza Deputy Chairperson: Ms Ntombifuthi Mtoba Board Members: Dr Angelo David Sabelo de Bruyn, Prof Bonke Dumisa,

Mr Mugwena Maluleke, Mr Brian Mavuka (Acting CFO), Ms Tshepiso Moahloli, Mr Pitsi Moloto, Ms Karabo Morule, Adv Makhubalo Ndaba, Mr Abel Sithole (CEO), Ms Barbara Watson Chief Executive Officer: Mr Abel Sithole Chief Financial Officer: Mr Brian Mavuka (Acting) Chief Operations Officer: Mr Vuyani Hako Senior Management: Mr Sholto Dolamo (Acting Chief Investment Officer), Mr Brian Mavuka (Acting CFO and General Manager: Finance), Ms Makano Mosidi (Chief Technology Officer), Mr August van Heerden (Chief Risk Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Deon Botha

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2 764 576 774 497 3 539 073 290 025 370 538 660 563 2 878 510

2 856 006 383 525 3 239 531 300 685 149 545 450 230 2 789 301

2 651 508 293 415 2 944 923 241 406 132 305 373 711 2 571 212

1 349 010 (1 150 170) (390 662) 198 840

1 440 578 (1 140 088) (621 687) 300 490

1 482 348 (1 071 079) (548 907) 411 269

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

345 321

183 376

301 349

(175 436)

(165 139)

(404 714)

462 631

318 061

299 824

9 817

4 349

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

403

407

372

SASRIA SOC LTD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 36 Fricker Road, Illovo, Sandton, Johannesburg, 2196 POSTAL: PO Box 653367, Benmore, 2010 TEL: 011 214 0800 / 086 172 7742 FAX: 011 447 8630 / 086 172 7329 WEB: www.sasria.co.za EMAIL: contactus@sasria.co.za

OVERVIEW Sasria SOC Ltd is a state-owned company and the only short-term insurer that provides cover to all the people and businesses that have assets in South Africa, as well as government entities, against special risks such as civil commotion, public disorder, strikes, riots and terrorism. By enabling businesses to restore their liquidity or operations quickly and efficiently after experiencing loss or damage due to special risk events, Sasria plays a significant role in preventing job losses, maintaining livelihoods, restoring pride and dignity and facilitating economic stability. Sasria has a dual mandate – a legislative mandate that directs its day-to-day business operations, and a broader strategic mandate, like any other business in South Africa, to make a positive contribution to transforming its industry and its country, in order to make its country a better place for all people.

OFFICE BEARERS

People Management), Ms Suzanne Harrop-Allin (Chief Risk Officer), Mr Mziwoxolo Mavuso (Executive Manager: Governance and Company Secretariat), Mr Sam Nkosi (Executive Manager: Business Change and Technology) Communications Officers: Ms Andiswa Madolo (Marketing Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Total Assets Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

8 920 919

8 472 761

8 016 385

1 962 710

1 847 355

1 389 596

6 958 209

6 625 406

6 626 789

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

Chairperson: Mr Moss Ngoasheng Deputy Chairperson: Ms Onkgodisitse Mokonyane Board Members: Mr Sathie Gounden, Mr Reginald Haman,

Total Expenditure

Ms Japhtaline Mantuka Maisela, Mr Desmond Marumo, Mr Cedric Masondo (Managing Director), Dr Nolwandle Mgoqi-Mbalo, Ms Refilwe Moletsane, Ms Margaret Mosibudi Phiri, Ms Bajabulile Mthiyane, Mr Enos Ngutshane, Ms Moipone Ramoipone, Mr Christiaan van Dyk Chief Executive Officer: Mr Cedric Masondo (Managing Director) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Bajabulile Mthiyane (Financial Director) Senior Management: Ms Fareedah Benjamin (Executive Manager: Insurance Operations), Ms Tshepiso Chocho (Executive Manager:

CASH FLOW

Employee Costs

2 724 508

2 554 777

2 891 589

(2 391 705)

(2 556 160)

(1 866 384)

(113 171)

(103 163)

(78 760)

332 803

(1 383)

1 025 205

Operating Activities

868 688

(342 735)

729 895

Investing Activities

(772 017)

2 564 186

(1 416 146)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

4 251 741

4 162 225

1 940 774

2 015

2 111

504

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

104

99

87

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

SOUTH AFRICAN REVENUE SERVICE (SARS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Lehae La Sars Building, 299 Bronkhorst Street, Nieuw Muckleneuk, Brooklyn, 0181

POSTAL: Private Bag X923, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 422 4000 WEB: www.sars.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mandate of the South African Revenue Service (SARS) is to collect all revenues due, ensure optimal compliance with tax and customs legislation, and provide a customs and excise service that will facilitate legitimate trade as well as protect the economy and society. It is SARS’ mission to optimise revenue yield, facilitate trade and enlist new tax contributors by promoting awareness of the obligation to comply with South African tax and customs laws, and to provide quality and responsive service to the public.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Tito Titus Mboweni (Minister of Finance) (ANC) Director General: Prof Edward Christian Kieswetter (Commissioner) Chief Officers: Mr Johnstone Makhubu (Chief Revenue Officer)

Chief of Staff: Ms Jeanneé Padiachy Chief Financial Officer: Ms Yolande van der Merwe Senior Management: Mr Mark Kingon (Head: Stakeholder Relations Integrity and Anti-Corruption), Mr Nathaniel Mabetwa (Regional Director: Forum Chair), Mr Sobantu Ndlangalavu (Head: Employee and Labour Relations), Mr Intikhab Shaik (Head: Technology and Delivery Solutions), Mr Siphithi Sibeko (Head: Communications and Media), Mr Beyers Theron (Head: Customs - Border Operations, Port Entry and Customs Compliance), Mr Franz Tomasek (Head: Legislative Policy Tax, Customs and Excise), Ms Susan Visser (Head: Employee Shared Services) Communications Officers: Mr Siphithi Sibeko (Head: Communications and Media)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

771 756

1 503 656

2 845 050

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

2 694 120

3 173 870

2 677 454

Total Expenditure

3 465 876

4 677 526

5 522 504

Employee Costs

Current Liabilities

623 397

927 244

2 112 780

Non-Current Liabilities

426 294

417 510

410 486

Total Assets

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

10 070 750

10 720 523

10 772 887

541 719

736 063

554 689

9 529 031

9 984 460

10 218 198

(10 918 564) (10 895 633) (10 885 963) (7 630 158)

(7 642 874)

(7 524 522)

(847 817)

(184 947)

(113 076)

CASH FLOW

Total Liabilities

1 049 691

1 344 754

2 523 266

Operating Activities

(410 622)

(745 294)

432 103

Total Net Assets

2 416 185

3 332 772

2 999 238

Investing Activities

(268 357)

(611 284)

(432 713)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

478 783

1 170 421

2 543 600

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

340 104

468 084

101 433

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

13 301

14 297

12 146

12 744

13 379

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES PENSION FUND (GEPF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 34 Hamilton Street, Arcadia POSTAL: Private Bag X63, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 319 1911/1000 / 080 011 7669 FAX: 012 326 2507 WEB: www.gepf.co.za EMAIL: enquiries@gepf.co.za

FINANCIAL & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

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OVERVIEW The Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF) is a Defined Benefit pension fund that was established in May 1996, when various public sector funds were consolidated. The Fund’s core business is to oversee pensions and other benefits for government employees in South Africa. The GEPF appoints the Government Pensions Administration Agency (GPAA) to administer benefits on behalf of the Fund and the Public Investment Corporation SOC Limited (PIC) as asset manager to invest on behalf of the Fund.

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

R’000

R’000

R’000

39 245 014

40 197 458

33 445 785

1 610 120 249

1 818 851 890 1 801 819 134

1 649 365 263 1 859 049 048 1 835 264 919 53 837 670

45 483 840

1 001 795

863 122

34 528 752 667 902

54 839 465

46 346 962

35 196 654

Chairperson: Dr Renosi Mokate Deputy Chairperson: Mr Edward Kekana Board Members: Mr Sibonelo Cele, Col Johan Coetzer, Maj Gen Dries

Total Liabilities

de Wit, Mr Bhekithemba Gamedze , Ms Jennita Kandailal, Ms Kgomotso Makhupola, Mr Sibusiso Malinga, Mr Stadi Mngomezulu, Mr Thabo Mokoena, Adv Makhubalo Ndaba, Lt Gen Lineo Ntshiea, Dr Morgan Pillay, Maj Gen Mulungisa Sitshongaye, Mr Pierre Snyman Principal Executive Officer: Mr Musa Mabesa Senior Management: Mrs Anele Mntonga (Acting Head: Corporate Services), Mr Babs Naidoo (Head: Stakeholder Relations and Communications), Ms Adri van Niekerk (Company Secretary) Communications Officers: Ms Matau Molapo (Media Relations), Mr Smanga Selemeni (Communications Manager)

Total Revenue

85 290 462

123 270 674

224 018 416

Total Expenditure

(299 642 479)

(110 636 853)

(96 639 268)

Employee Costs

(61 794)

(51 416)

(40 392)

(214 352 017)

12 633 821

127 379 148

Operating Activities

57 104 526

59 746 904

49 788 006

Investing Activities

(54 113 251) (53 096 264) (56 478 587)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

31 838 609

28 847 334

22 196 694

-

-

-

Total Net Assets

1 594 525 798 1 812 702 086 1 800 068 265

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES AND INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, LAND REFORM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT (DALRRD)

100

COMMISSION ON RESTITUTION OF LAND RIGHTS

101

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AGENTS COUNCIL (APAC)

101

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ARC)

101

INGONYAMA TRUST BOARD

102

NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETING COUNCIL (NAMC)

102

ONDERSTEPOORT BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS (OBP)

103

PERISHABLE PRODUCTS EXPORT CONTROL BOARD (PPECB)

103

SOUTH AFRICAN VETERINARY COUNCIL (SAVC)

104

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES (DCDT)

105

INDEPENDENT COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY OF SOUTH AFRICA (ICASA)

105

.ZA DOMAIN NAME AUTHORITY (ZADNA)

106

BROADBAND INFRACO

107

FILM AND PUBLICATION BOARD (FPB)

107

NATIONAL ELECTRONIC MEDIA INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICA (NEMISA)

108

SENTECH

108

SOUTH AFRICAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION SOC LIMITED (SABC)

110

SOUTH AFRICAN POST OFFICE (SAPO) SOUTH AFRICAN POSTBANK (SOC) LTD

111 111

STATE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AGENCY (SITA)

112

TELKOM

112

UNIVERSAL SERVICE AND ACCESS AGENCY OF SOUTH AFRICA (USAASA) DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY, FISHERIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT (DFFE)

113 113

ISIMANGALISO WETLAND PARK

114

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY INSTITUTE (SANBI)

115

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL PARKS (SANPARKS)

115

SOUTH AFRICAN WEATHER SERVICE

116

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS (DHS) COMMUNITY SCHEMES OMBUD SERVICE (CSOS)

117 117

ESTATE AGENCY AFFAIRS BOARD OF SOUTH AFRICA (EAAB)

118

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (HDA)

119

NATIONAL HOME BUILDERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL (NHBRC)

119

NATIONAL HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION SOC LTD (NHFC)

120

SOCIAL HOUSING REGULATORY AUTHORITY (SHRA)

121

DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY (DMRE) CENTRAL ENERGY FUND SOC LTD (CEF)

121 122

COUNCIL FOR GEOSCIENCE (CGS)

123

MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY COUNCIL (MHSC)

124

MINTEK

124

NATIONAL ENERGY REGULATOR OF SOUTH AFRICA (NERSA)

125

NATIONAL NUCLEAR REGULATOR (NNR)

126

PETROLEUM, OIL AND GAS CORPORATION OF SOUTH AFRICA (PETROSA)

126

SOUTH AFRICAN DIAMOND AND PRECIOUS METALS REGULATOR (SADPMR)

127

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ENERGY DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (SANEDI)

127

SOUTH AFRICAN NUCLEAR ENERGY CORPORATION (NECSA)

128

STATE DIAMOND TRADER

130

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION (DSI) ACADEMY OF SCIENCE OF SOUTH AFRICA (ASSAF)

130 131

COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (CSIR)

131

HUMAN SCIENCES RESEARCH COUNCIL (HSRC)

132

NATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INNOVATION (NACI)

134

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NATIONAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION (NRF)

134

SOUTH AFRICAN COUNCIL FOR NATURAL SCIENTIFIC PROFESSIONS (SACNASP)

135

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL SPACE AGENCY (SANSA)

135

TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION AGENCY (TIA)

136

DEPARTMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT (DSBD)

137

SMALL ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (SEDA)

137

SMALL ENTERPRISE FINANCE AGENCY (SEFA)

138

DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM (DT)

138

SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM

139

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE, INDUSTRY AND COMPETITION (THE DTIC)

140

COMPANIES AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMMISSION (CIPC)

141

COMPANIES TRIBUNAL

141

COMPETITION COMMISSION

142

COMPETITION TRIBUNAL

143

EXPORT CREDIT INSURANCE CORPORATION OF SOUTH AFRICA SOC LTD (ECIC)

143

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (IDC)

144

INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION OF SOUTH AFRICA (ITAC)

144

NATIONAL CONSUMER COMMISSION (NCC)

145

NATIONAL CONSUMER TRIBUNAL (NCT)

146

NATIONAL CREDIT REGULATOR (NCR)

146

NATIONAL EMPOWERMENT FUND (NEF)

147

NATIONAL GAMBLING BOARD (NGB)

147

NATIONAL LOTTERIES COMMISSION (NLC)

148

NATIONAL METROLOGY INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICA (NMISA)

149

NATIONAL REGULATOR FOR COMPULSORY SPECIFICATIONS (NRCS)

149

SOUTH AFRICAN BUREAU OF STANDARDS (SABS)

150

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ACCREDITATION SYSTEM (SANAS) DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT (DOT)

152 152

AIR TRAFFIC AND NAVIGATION SERVICES (ATNS)

153

AIRPORTS COMPANY SOUTH AFRICA (ACSA)

154

CROSS-BORDER ROAD TRANSPORT AGENCY (C-BRTA)

154

PASSENGER RAIL AGENCY OF SOUTH AFRICA (PRASA)

155

PORTS REGULATOR OF SOUTH AFRICA

155

RAILWAY SAFETY REGULATOR (RSR)

156

ROAD ACCIDENT FUND (RAF)

157

ROAD TRAFFIC INFRINGEMENT AGENCY (RTIA)

157

ROAD TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CORPORATION (RTMC)

158

SOUTH AFRICAN CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY (SACAA)

159

SOUTH AFRICAN MARITIME SAFETY AUTHORITY (SAMSA)

159

THE SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ROADS AGENCY SOC LTD (SANRAL)

160

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION (DWS)

161

AMATOLA WATER

161

BLOEM WATER

162

BREEDE-GOURITZ CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY

163

INKOMATI-USUTHU CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY (IUCMA)

163

LEPELLE NORTHERN WATER

164

MAGALIES WATER

164

MHLATHUZE WATER

165

OVERBERG WATER BOARD

166

RAND WATER

166

SEDIBENG WATER

167

TRANS-CALEDON TUNNEL AUTHORITY (TCTA)

167

UMGENI WATER

168

WATER RESEARCH COMMISSION (WRC)

168

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, LAND REFORM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT (DALRRD) The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) was established in June 2019, by the merger of the Department: Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) and the Department: Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR). Financial statements and audits have not been consolidated to reflect the new organisation. Financial results of the previous departments are shown separately below.

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 20 Steve Biko (formerly Beatrix) Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0002 POSTAL: Private Bag X250, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 319 6000 FAX: 012 319 6681 WEB: www.dalrrd.gov.za EMAIL: Enquiries@daff.gov.za

agriculture, land reform & rural development Department: A g ricu ltu re, L and R ef orm and R u ral Development REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is to initiate, facilitate, coordinate, catalyse and implement an integrated rural development programme. The Department’s strategic objectives are: corporate governance and service excellence through compliance within the legal framework; land administration and spatial planning for integrated and sustainable growth and development, with a bias towards rural areas; equitable access to and sustainable use of land for development; improved rural services to support sustainable livelihoods; improved access to sustainable employment and skills development opportunities; promotion of economically, socially and environmentally viable rural enterprises and industries; and restoration of land rights.

MINISTER MS T DIDIZA

DEPUTY MINISTER MR S DLAMINI

DEPUTY MINISTER MR M SKWATSHA

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Ms Thoko Didiza (Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Mr Sdumo Dlamini (Deputy Minister of Rural Development) (ANC), Mr Mcebisi Skwatsha (Deputy Minister of Land Reform) (ANC) Director General: Mr Ramasodi Mooketsa (Acting) Chief of Staff: Ms Nomtandazo Moyo (Chief of Staff: Ministry) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Rendani Sadiki Deputy Directors General: Dr Daphne Mayindi Bosch (Acting DDG: Rural Development), Mr Mokotule Kgobokoe (Acting DDG: Corporate Support Services), Ms Carlize Knoesen (Chief Registrar of Deeds), Dr Botlhe Modisane (Acting DDG: Agriculture Production, Health and Food Safety), Mr BD Msomi (Acting DDG: Food Security and Agrarian Reform), Mr Terries Ndove (Land Redistribution and Tenure Reform), Nontuthuzelo Ntshabele (Acting DDG: Spatial Planning and Land Use Management), Mr Mmuso Riba (Chief Surveyor General), Dr Moshe Swartz (Acting DDG: Economic Development, Trade and Marketing) Senior Management: Ms Bafedile Bopape (CD: Policy Development and Planning), Mr Zakhele Cele (Head of Office: Deputy Minister Dlamini), Ms Phindiwe Dingile (CD: International Relations and Trade), Ms Kgomotso Kgang (CD: Human Resources Management and Development), Ms Kwena Komape (CD: Cooperative and Rural Enterprise Development), Ms Violet Matshidza (CD: Financial Management), Ms Nomfundo NtlokoGobodo (Chief Land Claims Commissioner), Mr Themba Sikhutshwa (Head of Office: Deputy Minister Skwatsha), Ms Alicia Stevens (CD: Operations Support) Communications Officers: Mr Reggie Ngcobo (Media Liaison Officer), Mr Lucky Phosa (Parliamentary Liaison Officer: Minister), Mr Ralph Sebifelo (Parliamentary Liaison Officer: Department), Ms Priscilla Tsotso Sehoole (Chief Information Officer) Secretaries: Ms Nonhlanhla Buthelezi (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister: Dlamini), Ms Nwabisa Kale (Private Secretary: Minister), Ms Debbie Khan (Executive Assistant: Director General), Ms Wendy Kondile (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister: Skwatsha)

DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES (DAFF) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation

2019/20 Qualified

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

7 831 139

7 954 309

6 722 779

7 460 331

7 576 069

6 729 873

2 241 860

2 133 312

2 072 842

Goods and Services

824 052

813 964

677 488

Capital Assets

202 276

168 080

147 947

5 284

1 031

5 852

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

5 235

6 120

6 120

Posts Filled

4 651

4926

5 209

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT: RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM (DRDLR) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

10 592 311

10 539 752

10 274 774

Actual Expenditure

10 812 827

10 281 100

9 738 981

2 416 581

2 239 196

2 085 585

4 093 715

2 217 012

1 969 206

761 272

767 908

718 035

14 014

46 873

17 732

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

6 166

6 329

5 896

Posts Filled

5 344

5 535

5 227

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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COMMISSION ON RESTITUTION OF LAND RIGHTS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 8th Floor, Centre Walk Building, 266 Pretorius Street, Cnr Thabo Sehume & Pretorius Streets, Pretoria Central

POSTAL: Private Bag X833, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 407 4400 WEB: www.drdlr.gov.za/sites/Internet/AboutUs/commission-restitution/ Pages/default.aspx

EMAIL: theledi.makeke@dalrrd.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Restitution of Land Rights Act of 1994 and specifically section 6, sets out the functions of the Commission which in essence frame the mandate of the Commission. These key functions are outlined as follows, to: acknowledge receipt of all claims for the restitution of rights in land; take reasonable steps to ensure that the claimants are assisted in the preparation and submission of claims; provide claimants with information regarding the progress of their claims on a regular basis and upon request; undertake the necessary investigations to understand the merits of the claim; take appropriate steps to ensure that the public are aware as to who is entitled to claim restitution, the limitations and requirements of the Act and the manner in which claims are to be lodged with the commission; and prioritise claims which affect a substantial number of persons or persons who have suffered substantial losses as a result of dispossession or persons with particularly pressing claims.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Land Claims Commissioner: Ms Nomfundo Ntloko-Gobodo Deputy Chief Land Claims Commissioner: Ms Cindy Benyane (Acting) Regional Land Claims Commissioner: Mr Lebjane Maphutha Senior Management: Ms Francis McMenamin (Director: Programme Management and Admin Support (Finance and SCM)), Mr Themba Ntombela (Acting Director: Restitution Litigation), Ms Zodwa Phakedi (Director: Restitution Management Support), Mr Sunjay Singh (Chief Director: Restitution Management Support) Regional Directors: Dr Wayne Alexander (Chief Director: Western Cape), Ms Cindy Benyane (Chief Director: Gauteng), Mr Lengane Bogatsu (Chief Director: North West), Ms Mangalane du Toit (Chief Director: Northern Cape), Mr Tele Maphotho (Chief Director: Limpopo), Adv Bheki Mbili (Chief Director: KwaZulu-Natal), Mr Zama Memela (Acting Chief Director: Eastern Cape), Ms Lezanne Naran (Chief Director: Free State), Mr Sam Nkosi (Chief Director: Mpumalanga) Communications Officers: Mr Trevor Hattingh, Mr Theledi Makeke (Client Liaison)

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AGENTS COUNCIL (APAC)

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

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CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Unit 5, Benvista Office Park, Jansenpark, Boksburg POSTAL: Suite Number 69, Private Bag X9, East Rand, 1462 TEL: 011 894 3680 FAX: 011 894 3761 WEB: www.apacweb.org.za EMAIL: francois@apacouncil.co.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The objective of the Agricultural Produce Agents Council (APAC) is to regulate the occupations of fresh produce, export and livestock agents and to maintain and enhance the status and dignity of those occupations and the integrity of persons practicing those occupations. The Council’s mission is to: fulfil its mandate under the Act; protect against dishonest practices; uphold its responsibility to maintain and enhance the occupations of fresh produce, export and livestock agents; and position the Council to effectively contribute in the development and transformation of the agricultural sector. APAC’s vision is to be an innovative, supportive, proactive and responsive regulatory body.

Chairperson: Mr JCS Lourens Council Members: Mr P Badenhorst, Mr W Clack, Mr EJ Jefthas, Mr FJ Joubert, Mr D Kieviet, Mr LS Manthata, Mr NL Masoka, Mr NA Mbokane, Mr J Oosthuizen, Mr B Simons, Mr A van Zyl, Mr A Vos, Mrs HJ Wilken Chief Executive Officer: Mr Francois Knowles (Registrar) Deputy Chief Executive Officer: Mrs Stephanie Nel (Deputy Registrar) Senior Management: Mrs Zodwa Cibane (Administration Officer)

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (ARC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1134 Park Street, Hatfield, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 8783, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 427 9700 FAX: 012 340 5814 WEB: www.arc.agric.za EMAIL: enquiry@arc.agric.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Agricultural Research Council (ARC) is to be a premier science institution that conducts research with partners, develops human capital and fosters innovation to support and develop the agricultural sector. The ARC’s main functions are to: undertake and promote research, technology development and technology transfer; utilise the technological expertise in its possession and make it generally available; publish information concerning its objectives and functions, and establish facilities for the collection and dissemination of information

in connection with research and development; publish the results of research; establish and control facilities in the fields of research, technology development and technology transfer that the Council may determine from time to time; cooperate with departments of state, institutions, persons and other authorities for the promotion and conduct of research, technology development and technology transfer; promote the training of research workers by means of bursaries or grants-in-aid for research, technology development and technology transfer, and contribute financially; offer research, development and technology

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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transfer programmes; hire or let facilities; and cooperate with persons and authorities in other countries conducting or promoting research, technology development and technology transfer in agriculture.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Joyce Chitja Council Members: Prof Raymond Auerbach, Dr Steven Cornelius, Mr Goodman Gcaba, Dr Konanani Liphadzi, Ms Nalini Maharaj, Dr Naude Malan, Dr Monodowafa Mashaba, Prof Phatu Mashela, Dr Shadrack Moephuli (CEO and President), Dr Poncho Mokaila, Prof Nicolaas Olivier, Dr Saskia Van Oosterhout Chief Executive Officer: Dr Shadrack Moephuli (CEO and President) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Maureen Manyama Senior Management: Dr Andrew Magadlela (Group Executive: Animal Sciences), Dr Thulasizwe Mkhabela (Group Executive: Impact and Partnerships), Dr Nthabiseng Motete (Group Executive: Crop Sciences), Ms Besa Muthuri (Acting Group Executive: Human Resources and Legal Services), Mr Ayanda Ndamase (Company Secretary), Dr Tebogo Sethibe (Group Executive: Information Systems) Communications Officers: Mpho Ramosili (Senior Manager: Marketing and Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Qualified

2018/19 Qualified

2017/18 Qualified

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

2017/18 R’000

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

402 326 1 762 632 2 164 958 314 423 248 563 562 985 1 601 973

267 102 1 405 543 1 672 644 372 130 139 645 511 776 1 160 869

287 974 1 064 164 1 352 137 381 051 142 142 523 193 828 945

1 357 380 379 041 978 340 (1 277 428) (795 041) 121 995

1 313 782 384 732 929 050 (1 298 627) (818 814) (25 473)

1 308 220 412 724 895 497 (1 344 287) (805 578) (36 066)

258 348 (88 761) 245 936 22 815

71 982 (63 938) 76 348 2 601

44 414 (73 484) 68 303 83

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 370 2 197

2 370 2 287

n/a 2 983

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Adverse

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

INGONYAMA TRUST BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 65 Trelawney Road, Fillan Park, Southgate, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 POSTAL: PO Box 601, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 846 9900/1/2/3 FAX: 033 386 2528 WEB: www.ingonyamatrust.org.za EMAIL: info@ingonyamatrust.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Ingonyama Trust Board is to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of the members of the traditional communities living on Ingonyama Trust land by ensuring that land management is to their benefit and in accordance with the laws of the land, and to develop progressive business models for the social and economic upliftment and the empowerment of the members of traditional communities on land administered by the Trust. The Board’s strategic objectives are: unlocking an enabling environment conducive to development on Trust land; effective and efficient asset management services; and support to Traditional Councils in capacity building programmes.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Justice Jerome Ngwenya Board Members: Inkosi PR Bele, Inkosi ZT Gumede, Inkosi WT Mavundla, Mr Zethu Qunta (Interim Board Member), Inkosi SE Shabalala, Ms Linda Zama (Interim Board Member) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Sandile Gabela (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Siphiwe Madondo (Head: Corporate Services), Mr Phumlane Mkhize (Manager: Land and Tenure Management Services), Ms Thembeka Ndlovu (Head: Land and Tenure Management Services)

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

347 210 24 943 068 25 290 279 22 159 22 159 25 268 119

317 950 24 869 756 25 187 705 24 054 24 258 25 163 651

681 863 24 430 241 25 112 104 18 210 18 210 25 093 894

189 787 (82 487) (31 884) 107 300

132 704 (55 963) (26 539) 76 741

133 421 (66 491) (21 970) 63 219

(14 621) (17 693) 165 565 969

(3 299) (22 176) 183 259 1 901

11 474 (4 902) 205 443 -

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

62 62

62 62

27 23

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETING COUNCIL (NAMC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Meintjiesplein Building, Block A, 4th Floor, 536 Francis Baard Street, Arcadia, 0007

POSTAL: Private Bag X935, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 341 1115 FAX: 012 341 1811 / 1911 WEB: www.namc.co.za EMAIL: info@namc.co.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OVERVIEW

Senior Management: Mr Schalk Burger (Senior Manager: Statutory

The mission of the National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC) is to provide agricultural marketing advisory services to key stakeholders in support of a vibrant agricultural marketing system in South Africa. The Council’s strategic objectives are to: increase market access for all market participants; promote the efficiency of the marketing of agricultural products; optimise export earnings from agricultural products; and enhance the viability of the agricultural sector. The Council serves through the following initiatives: research on trade, linking farmers to markets, monitoring food prices and inputs costs, as well as value chain; development schemes aimed at leveraging the potential of smallholder agriculture through partnerships, as well as technical assistance and training programmes; industry trusts; bridging the communication gap between industry and the ministry; statutory measures; and investigating statutory measure applications.

Measures), Mr Tebogo Marishiane (Manager: Risk and Compliance), Mrs Khumbuzile Mosoma (Senior Manager: Agribusiness Development), Ms Enica Mpete (Manager: Legal), Ms Virginia Nkobi (Senior Manager: Human Resources), Mr Bonani Nyhodo (Senior Manager: Agricultural Trusts), Ms Nolwazi Simelane (Senior Manager: Human Capital), Dr Ndiadivha Tempia (Senior Manager: Markets and Economic Research Centre) Communications Officers: Mr Stephen Majara Monamodi (Manager: Corporate Communications)

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Harry Prinsloo (Acting) Council Members: Ms Fezeka Mkile, Mr Happy Mohane, Mr Boikanyo Mokgatle, Ms Nonie Mokose, Prof Diale Rangaka, Mr Gerhardus Schutte Chief Executive Officer: Dr Simphiwe Ngqangweni Chief Financial Officer: Ms Sarah Netili

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

44 051

20 338

112 906

9 592

15 201

7 473

53 643

35 539

120 379

45 048

24 979

57 483

6

-

53 542

45 054

24 979

111 025

8 589

10 561

9 354

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

ONDERSTEPOORT BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS (OBP) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 100 Old Soutpan Road, Onderstepoort, Pretoria, 0110 POSTAL: Private Bag X07, Onderstepoort, Pretoria, 0110 TEL: 012 522 1500 FAX: 012 522 1591 WEB: www.obpvaccines.co.za EMAIL: info@obpvaccines.co.za

OVERVIEW Onderstepoort Biological Products SOC Ltd (OBP) is a South African state-owned animal vaccine manufacturing company whose mandate is to prevent and control animal diseases that impact food security, human health and livelihoods. The mandate is delivered through continued development of innovative products and efficient manufacturing, which ensures vaccine affordability and accessibility through varied distribution channels.

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

431 664

528 192

589 680

Non-Current Assets

338 868

253 672

167 833

770 533

781 864

757 513

20 949

18 653

38 090

478 739

486 561

488 650

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

Chairperson: Ms Rene Kenosi Board Members: Mr Luvuyo Mabombo, Ms Kribashni Naidoo, Mr Lufuno

Total Liabilities

499 688

505 214

526 740

Total Net Assets

270 845

276 650

230 773

Nematswerani, Prof Khathutshelo Nephawe, Dr Boitshoko Ntshabele (Shareholders Representative; Interim CEO), Ms Nona Sonjani Chief Executive Officer: Dr Boitshoko Ntshabele (Interim) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Elspeth Govender Chief Operations Officer: Dr Bethuel Nthangeni (Acting Operations Executive) Senior Management: Mr Bongani Dladla (Human Resources Manager), Ms Lindiwe Mabena (Company Secretary), Dr Jacob Modumo (Sales and Marketing Executive), Dr Bethuel Nthangeni (Chief Scientific Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Ziphozami Linda

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

215 954

260 000

225 097

Total Expenditure

(221 759)

(218 720)

(176 613)

Employee Costs

(88 409)

(82 401)

(63 825)

(5 805)

41 280

48 484

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

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CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(14 456)

(22 946)

49 040

Investing Activities

(94 286)

(93 899)

(19 576)

286 239

394 553

511 398

1 999

12 768

27

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

274

n/a

n/a

Posts Filled

209

n/a

212

PERISHABLE PRODUCTS EXPORT CONTROL BOARD (PPECB) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 45 Silwerboom Avenue, Plattekloof, Cape Town POSTAL: PO Box 15289, Panorama, 7506 TEL: 021 930 1134 FAX: 021 939 6868 WEB: ppecb.com EMAIL: info@ppecb.com

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

OVERVIEW The Perishable Products Export Control Board (PPECB) is an independent service provider of quality certification and cold chain management services for producers and exporters of perishable food products. Established in 1926, the PPECB has delivered valuable services to the perishable products industry for over 90 years by enhancing the credibility of the South African export certificate and supporting the export competitiveness of South Africa’s perishable product industries. As a national public entity, the PPECB is constituted and mandated in terms of the Perishable Products Export Control Act 9 of 1983 to perform cold chain services. The PPECB also delivers inspection and food safety services assigned by the The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD). The presence of the PPECB in the export industry is furthermore enhanced by its recognition as an approved third country under the European Commission Regulation 543 of 2011.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Clive Garrett Deputy Chairperson: Dr Charlotte Nkuna Board Members: Mr Warren Bam, Mr Khaya Katoo, Ms Mariette Kotze, Mr Anton Kruger, Mr Mooketsa Ramasodi, Ms Kathryn Sinclair, Ms Martli Slabber, Dr Madel van Eeden Chief Executive Officer: Mr Lucien Jansen Chief Financial Officer: Mr Johan Schwiebus Chief Operations Officer: Mr Cyril Julius Senior Management: Ms Pinki Luwaca (Human Resources Executive), Ms Yanesh Ramiah (Chief Information Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Tina-Louise Rabie (Marketing and Communications Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

151 642

157 357

127 236

35 930

38 712

30 280

187 572

196 357

157 516

56 913

60 695

51 325

-

-

-

56 913

60 695

51 325

130 659

135 374

106 191

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

431 459

422 739

370 078

Total Expenditure

(436 174)

(397 189)

(349 100)

Employee Costs

(306 617)

(286 641)

(253 153)

(4 715)

25 549

20 977

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(12 222)

38 273

35 992

Investing Activities

15 389

(32 680)

(37 542)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

35 369

32 202

26 610

1 536

388

618

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

578

505

n/a

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

17 365

8 588

6 693

Non-Current Assets

15 301

22 458

20 374

32 666

31 045

27 067

2 573

2 784

3 015

-

-

-

2 573

2 784

3 015

29 608

27 819

23 749

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

SOUTH AFRICAN VETERINARY COUNCIL (SAVC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 26 Victoria Link Street, Route 21 Corporate Park, Nellmapius Drive, Irene, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 60114, Pierre van Ryneveld, 0045 TEL: 012 345 6360 FAX: 012 345 6369 WEB: www.savc.org.za EMAIL: savc@savc.org.za

OVERVIEW The South African Veterinary Council (SAVC) seeks, through the statutes of the Veterinary and Para-Veterinary Professions Act 19 of 1982, to serve the interest of the people of South Africa by: promoting competent, efficient, accessible and needs-driven service delivery in the animal health care sector; protect the health and well-being of animals and animal populations; protect and represent the interests of the veterinary and para-veterinary professions; regulate the professional conduct of the veterinary and para-veterinary professions; and set and monitor standards of both education and practice for the veterinary and para-veterinary professions.

OFFICE BEARERS President: Dr AT Kgasi Vice President: Dr NV Mnisi Council Members: Dr JR Adam, Dr CH Annandale, Dr GA Bauer, Dr OJ Botha, Dr AC Fleming, Mr OW Khoane, Sr T Lötter (Exco), Dr BA Lubisi, Mr JJ Müller, Ms B Mogodi, Dr MSM Molefe, Dr RF Munyai, Prof V Naidoo, Dr NT Ndudane, Adv S Netshitomboni, Dr CC Nkuna, Dr BW Tindall Registrar: Mr MA Menye Director: Ms M Mojanaga (Director: Registration), Ms D Stoltz (Legal Affairs), Ms L Westcott (Education) Chief Financial Officer: Mr S Nqawe (Director: Finance) Communications Officers: Ms R Mayhew

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

17 949

16 525

16 565

Total Expenditure

(16 235)

(14 742)

(13 792)

Employee Costs

(8 198)

(6 909)

(6 368)

1 714

1 783

2 772

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES (DCDT) The Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT) was established in June 2019 by the merger of the Department: Communications (DOC) and the Department: Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS). Financial statements and audits have not been consolidated to reflect the new organisation. Financial results of the previous departments are shown separately below.

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: iParioli Office Park, 1166 Park Street, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0001 POSTAL: Private Bag X860, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 427 8000 FAX: 012 427 8110 WEB: www.doc.gov.za/ http://www.dtps.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT) is to create an enabling environment for the provision of inclusive communication services to all South Africans in a manner that promotes socio-economic development and investment through broadcasting, new media, print media and other new technologies, and to brand the country locally and internationally. The Department’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to: enable the maximisation of investment in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector and create new competitive business opportunities for the growth of the ICT industry for socioeconomic development; ensure that ICT infrastructure is accessible, robust, reliable, affordable and secure to meet the needs of the country and its people; accelerate the socio-economic development of South Africans and facilitate the building of an inclusive information society through partnerships with business and civil society, and the three spheres of government; improve departmental performance and enhance the role of ICT State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) as the delivery arms of government; and contribute to the global ICT agenda prioritising Africa’s development.

MINISTER MS S NDABENIABRAHAMS

DEPUTY MINISTER MS P KEKANA

DEPARTMENT: COMMUNICATIONS (DOC) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

4 774 704

1 518 384

1 430 525

4 731 637

1 488 121

1 418 954

Employee Compensation

61 700

73 643

64 484

Goods and Services

34 148

32 051

29 453

5 480

638

2 088

5 410

11

17

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

81

80

100

Posts Filled

72

70

73

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Ms Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams (Minister of Communications) (ANC)

Deputy Minister: Ms Pinky Kekana (Deputy Minister of Communications) (ANC) Director General: Ms Nonkqubela Jordan-Dyani (Acting DG: Communications) Chief of Staff: Ms Zolisa Xabadiya Communications Officers: Mr Bathandwa Mlambo (Parliamentary Liaison Officer)

DEPARTMENT: TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND POSTAL SERVICES (DTPS) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

2 348 525

4 756 578

6 315 483

Actual Expenditure

1 620 884

3 994 414

4 892 055

215 970

219 343

219 843

345 360

319 852

152 291

6 881

6 406

10 740

726

13

243

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

272

269

292

Posts Filled

247

263

279

INDEPENDENT COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY OF SOUTH AFRICA (ICASA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 350 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Eco Park Estate, Centurion, 0144 POSTAL: Private Bag X10, Highveld Park,0169 TEL: 012 568 3000/1 FAX: 012 568 4000/1 WEB: www.icasa.org.za EMAIL: info@icasa.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) is to ensure that all South Africans have access to a wide range of high quality communication services at affordable prices. The Authority’s strategic objectives are linked to government’s Outcomes-Based Approach. ICASA’s strategic objectives are: increased access to available broadband spectrum; reduced regulatory burden for equipment manufacturers and importers; to protect consumers from harmful practices in the use of premium rated services; to develop a 5G Forum for South Africa; national radio frequency planning

to align the RSA National Frequency Plan to WRC-15 outcomes; dynamic and opportunistic spectrum use; millimetre-wave band availability; broadband coverage availability information for consumers; imposition of obligations on licensees; increased competition and diversity in the commercial television broadcasting sector; increased competition in the electronic communications sector; reduced barriers to entry into the broadband market; reduced barriers to entry into the subscription broadcasting market; ECS/ECNS reseller market exemption regulations clarification; improved utilisation of spectrum;

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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quality telecommunication services; harmonisation of cross-border communication; access to ICASA services; protection of consumers from harmful practices; promotion of consumer participation in the ICT sector; monitoring of compliance with licence terms and conditions by licensees; promotion of consumer participation in the ICT sector; consumer complaints resolution; promotion of consumer participation in the ICT sector; improved social cohesion through community the television broadcasting sector; promotion of a common national identity through broadcasting services; Nat Joint Operations instructions execution; improved ICASA awareness through consumer engagement campaigns; promotion of equitable coverage of elections; and transformation in the ICT Sector.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng Councillors: Ms Nomonde Gongxeka-Seopa, Ms Palesa Kadi, Ms Yolisa Kedama, Dr Charley Lewis, Adv Luthando Simphiwe Mkumatela, Adv Dimakatso Qocha, Ms Thembeka Semane, Mr Peter Zimri Chief Executive Officer: Mr Willington Ngwepe Chief Financial Officer: Mr Tebogo Matabane Senior Management: Mr Nkhetheleni Gidi (Executive: Legal, Risk and Complaints and Compliance Committee), Mr Zakhele Kganakga (Executive: Human Resources), Mr Junior Khumalo (Executive: Policy, Research and Analysis), Ms Leah Maina (Executive: Licensing), Tshiamo Maluleka-Disemelo (Chief Audit Executive), Mr Portia Mngomezulu (Executive: Corporate Services), Mr David J Molapo (Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist), Ms Anele Nomtshongwana (Executive: Regions), Dr Praneel Ruplal (Executive: Engineering and Technology), Mr Tom Tleane (Corporate Secretary) Communications Officers: Mr Paseka Maleka (Spokesperson)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 292 411

1 357 968

1 499 928

146 346

160 026

134 416

1 438 757

1 517 994

1 634 344

1 290 537

1 379 183

1 471 281

18 496

12 634

977

1 309 033

1 391 817

1 472 258

129 724

126 177

162 086

468 590

459 688

451 559

12 099

14 179

18 787

456 491

445 510

432 772

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(465 085)

(487 551)

(464 784)

Employee Costs

(308 426)

(306 448)

(290 165)

3 505

(27 863)

(13 189)

(120 183)

(108 580)

17 130

(8 173)

(45 550)

(14 174)

343 150

471 791

633 182

45 783

21 371

33 848

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

356

356

356

Posts Filled

359

363

314

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

16 549

8 791

14 560

6 206

11 205

651

22 754

19 997

15 211

2 957

2 733

1 727

-

-

-

2 957

2 733

1 727

19 797

17 263

13 485

.ZA DOMAIN NAME AUTHORITY (ZADNA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 44 Grand Central Boulevard, Sanofi House, Halfway House, Midrand, 1685

POSTAL: PO Box 4620, Halfway House, 1685 TEL: 010 020 3910 FAX: 010 020 3919 / 086 688 7109 WEB: www.zadna.org.za EMAIL: questions@zaDNA.org.za

OVERVIEW The .za Domain Name Authority (ZADNA) is a not-for-profit company that manages and regulates the .za namespace. The Authority is mandated to: comply with international best practice in administration; license and regulate registries; license and regulate registrars for the respective registries; publish guidelines on the general administration and management, requirements and procedures, and maintenance of and public access to a repository; enhance public awareness about the economic and commercial benefits of domain name registration; conduct such investigations as it may consider necessary; conduct research into and keep abreast of developments on the domain name system; continually survey and evaluate the extent to which the .za domain name space meets the needs of the community; issue information on the registration of domain names; make recommendations to the Minister in relation to policy on any matter relating to the .za domain namespace; continually evaluate the effectiveness of the Act; liaise, consult and cooperate with any person or other authority; appoint experts and other consultants on such conditions as the Authority may determine; and respect and uphold the vested rights and interests of parties that were actively involved in the management and administration of the .za domain name space at the date of its establishment.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

15 290

14 733

14 208

Total Expenditure

(12 756)

(12 192)

(11 858)

Employee Costs

(3 727)

(4 524)

(4 327)

2 534

2 541

2 362

Operating Activities

503

(555)

(3 431)

Investing Activities

802

3 015

(90)

5 393

4 088

1 628

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

14

n/a

n/a

8

n/a

n/a

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

OFFICE BEARERS

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Chairperson: Ms Palesa Legoze Board Members: Ms Anriette Esterhuysen, Ms Malekgoloane Malapane,

HUMAN RESOURCES

Prof Daniel Mashao, Mr Rendani Mbuvha, Prof Kasturi Moodaliyar, Ms Veronica Motloutsi, Mr Nicholas Msibi, Ms Sizo Mzizi Chief Executive Officer: Mr Molehe Michael Wesi Senior Management: Mr Peter Madavhu (Operations Manager) Communications Officers: Angel Selebano (Communication and Awareness Coordinator)

Posts Approved Posts Filled

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BROADBAND INFRACO CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Building 9, Country Club Estate, 21 Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, Sandton

POSTAL: Postnet Suite 321, Private Bag X26, Sunninghill, 2157 TEL: 011 235 1600 FAX: 086 679 0000 WEB: www.infraco.co.za EMAIL: info@infraco.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of Broadband Infraco SOC Ltd is to provide communication services to enable a connected and transformed society. The Company’s critical success factors are to: have access to funding; be customercentric; have a resilient network; have participation in WACS; have high-speed broadband connectivity for all provinces, districts and municipalities in South Africa; continue the delivery of the SA Connect Project; add redundant links to all six neighbouring countries of South Africa; and have good relationships with Transnet, Eskom and the provinces. The mission of Broadband Infraco is to strive to: expand the availability and affordability of access to communication services, including, but not limited to, underdeveloped and underserviced areas; and enable the acceleration of the State’s digital transformation through broadband connectivity.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Mandla Ngcobo Board Members: Ms Zandi Kabini, Mr Lungile Mabece, Mr Andrew D Matseke (CEO), Mr Gift Mphefu, Ms Nokuthula Selamolela (Chairperson: Audit and Risk Committee), Ms Jennifer Shreiner Chief Executive Officer: Mr Andrew D Matseke Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ian Van Niekerk Senior Management: Ms Phumza Dyani (Chief Marketing and Sales Officer), Mr Mike Mojapelo (Executive: Compliance, Risk and Audit), Ms Irene Mokgohloa (Acting Executive: Human Resources), Mr Phatang Nkhereanye (Acting Company Secretary), Mr Gift Zowa (Chief Technical Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Relebogile Mohatlane

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

158 048

192 048

98 225

1 131 186

1 155 130

1 151 967

1 289 234

1 347 178

1 250 192

487 063

409 782

252 155

2 119 599

2 145 127

2 191 032

Total Liabilities

2 606 662

255 909

2 443 187

Total Net Assets

(1 317 428)

(1 207 731)

(1 192 995)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

581 019

593 798

472 401

Total Expenditure

(692 020)

(608 534)

(585 872)

Employee Costs

(121 039)

(110 297)

(90 656)

(111 001)

(14 736)

(113 471)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

117 143

143 142

45 083

(65 656)

(67 721)

(40 473)

109 630

95 140

19 950

21 428

11 506

1 626

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

155

155

n/a

Posts Filled

132

140

n/a

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

FILM AND PUBLICATION BOARD (FPB) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 420 Witch-Hazel Street, Eco Glade 2, Eco Park, Centurion, 0169

POSTAL: Private Bag X31, Highveld Park, 0169 TEL: 012 003 1400 / 0800 000 555 WEB: www.fpb.org.za EMAIL: clientsupport@fpb.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Film and Publication Board (FPB) is to ensure efficient and effective consumer protection through regulation of films, games and certain publications, while empowering the public, especially children, through robust information sharing. The Board regulates the media environment through the classification of content by: maintaining relevance to the values and norms of South African society through scientific research; balancing the right to freedom of expression with an obligation to protect children from exposure to potentially disturbing, harmful and inappropriate materials; and protecting children from sexual exploitation in media content, in order to educate the broader South African society to make informed choices.

Chief Executive Officer: Ms Abongile Mashele (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Mahomed Chowan Chief Operations Officer: Ms Abongile Mashele Senior Management: Mr Pandelis Gregoriou (Manager: Legal and Regulatory Affairs), Mr Samuel Lebepe (Manager: ICT), Ms Laurie Less (Shared Services Executive), Mr Oupa Makhalemele (Acting Manager: Research and Advocacy), Vuledzani Matidza (Manager: Finance), Ms Nthabiseng May (Manager: Client Support), Ms Lesego Mogoatlhe (Manager: Supply Chain), Ms Ngwako Molewa (Council Secretariat), Ms Relebohile Moloi (Manager: Operations), Mr Minesh Rampersahd (Internal Audit Manager), Qhinaphi Sitsila (Manager: Risk and Compliance), Dr Tebogo Umanah (Manager: Research and Advocacy) Communications Officers: Ms Lynette Kamineth (Manager: Communications and Public Education)

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mrs NFT Mpumlwana Deputy Chairperson: Ms S Mangena Council Members: Mr N Ditlhake, Ms N Dubazana, Ms Y Makhasi, Adv N Mudunungu, Adv L Nevondwe, Dr N Skeepers

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

CASH FLOW

Current Assets

29 138

25 931

19 208

Operating Activities

4 047

9 169

12 404

Non-Current Assets

19 310

18 111

18 044

Investing Activities

(1 838)

(2 364)

(4 645)

48 448

44 042

37 252

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

23 565

21 383

15 298

14 059

14 560

14 951

-

436

4 169

589

-

-

14 648

14 560

14 951

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

94

94

90

81

81

76

FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

33 801

29 457

22 301

106 954

103 414

100 299

7 581

8 837

8 615

99 373

94 577

91 684

Total Expenditure

(102 636)

(96 233)

(92 833)

Employee Costs

(89 686)

(57 932)

(53 242)

4 319

7 181

7 466

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

2018/19

2017/18

NATIONAL ELECTRONIC MEDIA INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICA (NEMISA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 21 Girton Road, Parktown, 2193 POSTAL: PO Box 545, Auckland Park, 2006 TEL: 011 484 0583 FAX: 011 484 0615 WEB: www.nemisa.co.za EMAIL: info@nemisa.co.za

OVERVIEW The National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa (NEMISA), in collaboration with the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT), is focused on the implementation of programmes for the development of the required skills and competencies to leverage the power of modern ICTs in South Africa, thereby contributing to socio-economic development, improving service delivery and improving competitiveness through ICTs. NEMISA’s mission is to provide a national integrated e-skills development approach for sustainable socio-economic development in South Africa and to radically advance human capacity development in e-skills (digital skills).

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Molebogeng Leshabane Board Members: Mr Lionel Adendorf, Prof Christian Adendorff, Ms Thobeka Buswana, Ms Bantu Bongekile Filana, Ms Nomonde Hlatshaneni, Mr Melvyn Lubega, Mr Trevor Rammitlwa (CEO) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Trevor Rammitlwa Communications Officers: Ms Victoria Tau (Marketing Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

23 226

46 076

54 295

7 846

3 668

3 288

31 073

49 744

57 583

25 981

43 193

48 990

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

25 981

43 193

48 990

Total Net Assets

5 092

6 551

8 593

115 490

99 386

98 988

3 223

4 523

8 591

112 267

94 863

90 397

Total Expenditure

(116 949)

(101 428)

(103 778)

Employee Costs

(23 850)

(21 956)

(21 294)

(1 459)

(2 042)

(4 790)

Operating Activities

(15 845)

(6 535)

7 075

Investing Activities

(6 601)

(862)

(441)

21 805

44 251

51 647

436

14 371

5 386

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

48

49

43

Posts Filled

45

41

39

SENTECH CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Octave Street, Honeydew, 2040 POSTAL: Private Bag X06, Honeydew, 2040 TEL: 011 471 4400 FAX: 011 246 2610 WEB: www.sentech.co.za EMAIL: support@sentech.co.za

OVERVIEW SENTECH is a B-BBEE level 1 South African state-owned company and leading provider of electronic communications network services to the country’s broadcasting and communications industry. SENTECH

derives its mandate from legislation, particularly the SENTECH Act and the Electronic Communications Act (ECA). As holder of Individual Electronic Communications Network Services (I-ECNS) and an

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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PROVIDING UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION FOR ALL SENTECH at a glance SENTECH is a South African state-owned company (SOC) and the leading provider of electronic communications network services to the country’s broadcasting and communications industry. With the largest terrestrial signal distribution infrastructure for both radio and television, the Company is able to operate as a common carrier, offering wholesale services on an equitable, non-discriminatory, and non-exclusive basis. SENTECH provides broadcast transmission services for all of the South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC’s) radio and television stations, for the country’s commercial radio and television stations, and for 118 community radio stations. Its 181 Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) sites enable it to provide infrastructure and connectivity to the retail, telecommunications and public sectors. Originally the SABC’s technical division, it became a wholly owned subsidiary of the SABC in 1992. In 1996, the SENTECH Act was amended, converting the Company into a separate stateowned entity operating as a common carrier responsible for providing broadcasting signal distribution services to licensed radio and television broadcasters. As the holder of the country’s Electronic Communications Network Services (ECNS) and Electronic Communications Services (ECS), Sentech operate a multimedia platform carrying voice, data and internet services

SENTECH 5G

between operators in South Africa and abroad.

In March 2020, SENTECH successfully deployed two 5G test sites at

In 2020 SENTECH achieved its 8th consecutive clean audit

the STP (Sender Technology Park) and the Nasrec disaster recovery

and B-BBEE level 1.

site and developed a true Free-to-Air (FTA) streaming service.

Broadband Services

(SA) and New Radio (NR), which take full advantage of new

In November 2019, SENTECH launched a new product offering

modulation techniques and multiple in/ multiple out (MIMO)

“SENTECH Connect” that provides high-speed broadband access

technology, resulting in higher throughputs and lower data cost.

and always-on internet connection for government facilities.

Sentech’s focus is on building high speed islands of networks that

Amongst others, SENTECH Connect provides a platform for

seamlessly combine to provide end-to-end secured connectivity for

e-health, e-learning and e-government services. It creates an

government, industrial use cases, agriculture, education, health and

opportunity for the creation of smart classrooms, smart city

smart villages and places. SENTECH 5G will enable government

services, and enables a secure streaming platform that offers

efficient access to big data, cloud, artificial intelligence, and other

capabilities to carry over 500 participants.

data driven fourth industrial revolution (4IR) solutions.

SENTECH is among the first companies to deploy 5G Standalone

To date, SENTECH has established broadband network coverage in KZN, Northern Cape, and Eastern Cape, having connected

About Transformation

well over 100 facilities to internet.

SENTECH ensures that bids issued are geared towards women participation and or employment. The company has taken a position

Streaming Services

to channel all procurement towards companies who are at least

SENTECH offers a white label Multiscreen Broadcast Platform

30% black women-owned.

with the most comprehensive, cost-effective and scalable suite of Over-The-Top (OTT) and TV Everywhere products and services.

On CSI

Whether you want a seamless end-to-end Multiscreen TV solution,

In 2020, SENTECH achieved a BBBEE level 1 rating through implementing

or a standalone service, we can deliver an exceptional solution

the Socio-Economic Strategy (SET) to drive transformation.

specifically designed around your needs. The flexible and modular architecture allows easy ingestion, seamless integration to back-

Enterprise and Supplier Development

end systems to manage all types of video, audio, linear and non-

SENTECH fulfil its national obligation through Supplier and Enterprise

linear content for secure and scalable delivery in any format to

Development (ESD) progammes that contribute to financial growth

any screen.

to the Enterprises supported.

Reception: +27 (0)11 471 4400 / info@SENTECH.co.za Call centre: +27 (0)11 471 4599 or 0860 736 832 / Support@SENTECH.co.za www.sentech.co.za

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Individual Electronic Communications Services (I-ECS) SENTECH can provide international voice-based telecommunications and multimedia services. In 1992 SENTECH was corporatised as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC). In 1996 the SENTECH act No 63 of 1996 was amended, converting SENTECH into a separate public entity responsible for providing broadcasting signal distribution services as a common carrier to licensed television and radio broadcasters. SENTECH’s ownership of the largest infrastructure in the country for terrestrial signal distribution for both TV and radio enables them to offer wholesale services on an equitable, non-discriminatory and non-exclusive basis, i.e. as a common carrier. It provides broadcast transmission services to all public broadcasters’ (SABC) radio and television stations, commercial radio and TV stations and over 150 community radio stations countrywide daily. Its 180 sites enable SENTECH to provide connectivity and infrastructure services to the retail, Telcos and public sectors.

Executive: Broad Band), Ms Mabel Manyere (Acting Executive: Finance), Ms Kereng Motlhabi (Chief Human Resources Officer), Ms Nomahlubi Ogoh (Acting Chief Technology and Information Officer), Mr Itumeleng Segaloe (Chief Strategy Officer), Mr Kopano Thage (Acting Chief Marketing and Sales Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Milisa Kentane (Head: Communication)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

OFFICE BEARERS

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

1 915 294 2 371 561 4 286 855 512 935 1 478 127 1 991 062 2 295 793

1 595 819 1 161 832 2 757 651 326 831 96 769 423 600 2 334 051

1 309 072 954 437 2 263 509 270 834 72 661 343 495 1 920 014

Chairperson: Dr Sandile Malinga (Chairperson of the Board and

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Non-Executive Director) Board Members: Mr Mbasa Metuse (Non-Executive Director), Mr Motse Mfuleni (Non-Executive Director), Ms Precious Sibiya (Non-Executive Director), Ms Malande Tonjeni (Non-Executive Director), Mr Mxolisi Tsika (Non-Executive Director), Ms Bulelwa Tunyiswa (Non-Executive Director) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Mlamli Booi (CEO and Executive Director) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Komathie Govender (Acting CFO and Executive Director) Chief Operations Officer: Mr Tebogo Leshope (COO and Executive Director) Senior Management: Mr Zunaid Adams (Executive: Legal and Regulatory), Adv Makhotso Chimombe (Acting Company Secretary), Mr Marlon Finnis (Executive: Operations), Ms Mmapula Kgari (Acting

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

1 558 095 (1 617 245) (463 757) (59 150)

1 620 636 (1 312 172) (453 069) 308 464

1 417 299 (1 264 758) (415 918) 152 541

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

327 450 (72 922) 1 516 393 40

87 784 (78 537) 1 112 407 4 069

(102 993) (110 216) 916 149 139

HUMAN RESOURCES

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

602

602

599

Posts Filled

506

531

585

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

3 754 427

1 573 215

1 626 578

Non-Current Assets

2 428 635

3 719 559

2 590 188

6 183 062

5 292 774

4 216 766

Current Liabilities

1 944 209

2 448 287

2 082 570

Non-Current Liabilities

SOUTH AFRICAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION SOC LTD (SABC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr Henley & Artillery Roads, Auckland Park, Johannesburg POSTAL: Private Bag X1, Auckland Park, 2006 TEL: 011 714 9111 FAX: 011 714 9744 WEB: www.sabc.co.za EMAIL: contactcentre@sabc.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Broadcasting Corporation SOC Ltd (SABC) is to be a high performing, financially sustainable, digitised national public broadcaster that provides compelling, informative, educational and entertaining content via all platforms. The objectives of the Corporation are to: ensure access of its services to all citizens to all citizens throughout the country; inform, educate and entertain; make services available in all official languages; reflect both the unity and diversity of the cultural and multilingual nature of South Africa, its regions and audiences; provide programming for children, women, youth and people with disabilities; broadcast national, developmental and minority sports; develop talent and showcase South African content; and provide independent news of a high quality.

FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets

1 245 400

1 388 921

1 455 407

Total Liabilities

3 189 609

3 837 208

3 537 977

Total Net Assets

2 993 453

1 455 566

678 790

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 5 746 001

6 476 795

6 640 265

Chairperson: Mr Bongumusa Makhathini Deputy Chairperson: Ms Mamodupi Mohlala-Mulaudzi Board Members: Prof Sathasivan Cooper, Mr Motshedi Lekalakala,

Total Expenditure

(6 257 379)

(6 959 150)

(7 384 356)

Employee Costs

(2 829 701)

(2 823 465)

(3 114 910)

(511 378)

(482 355)

(744 091)

Mr David Maimela, Mr Michael Markovitz, Mr Dinkwanyane Mohuba, Ms Mary Papayya, Ms Jasmina Patel, Mr Jack Phalane, Dr Marcia Socikwa Chief Executive Officer: Mr Madoda Mxakwe (Group CEO) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Yolande van Biljon Chief Operations Officer: Mr Ian Plaatjes Senior Management: Ms Lindiwe Bayi (Company Secretary), Mr Lungile Binza (GE: Technology), Ms Phathiswa Magopeni (GE: News), Dr Mojaki Mosia (GE: Human Resources), Mr Merlin Naiker (GE: Video Entertainment), Mr Gugu Ntuli (GE: Corporate Affairs and Marketing), Mr Reginald Nxumalo (GE: Sales), Adv Ntutuzelo Vanara (Head: Legal Services and Acting GE: Governance and Assurance), Ms Nada Wotshela (GE: Radio) Communications Officers: Ms Mmoni Seapolelo (Acting SABC Spokesperson)

CASH FLOW

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Revenue

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

(1 209 867)

(74 162)

43 190

(85 832)

(145 238)

(148 642)

2 132 866

72 613

130 516

229 868

419 041

626 058

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

3 351

3 541

3 541

Posts Filled

3 167

3 414

3 414

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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SOUTH AFRICAN POST OFFICE (SAPO) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 497 Sophie de Bruyn & Jeff Masemola Streets, Pretoria, 0002

POSTAL: PO Box 10 000, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 407 6000 WEB: www.postoffice.co.za EMAIL: customer.services@postoffice.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Post Office SOC Ltd (SAPO) is to leverage its established infrastructure to link government, business and consumers with each other locally and abroad. As a state-owned enterprise, SAPO is the mandated service provider of the services outlined in the Postal Act 44 of 1958 and Postal Services Act 124 of 1998. In addition to these services, SAPO also offers courier and freight services, financial services, electronic bill payment, and a variety of government services such as Extended Public Works Programme (EPWP) payment and motor vehicle licence renewals. SAPO is committed to government developmental state objectives and focuses on improving the access to basic services in previously underserviced communities. Its network is currently the largest point of presence nationally and is able to connect government, businesses and citizens anywhere in South Africa. Leveraging off its sizeable retail and distribution network, SAPO promotes economic growth though the provision of financial, postal, logistics and retail products and services that are competitively priced, nationally accessible and in compliance with regulated service commitments and standards.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Catharina Maria van der Sandt (Acting) Deputy Chairperson: Mr Sipho Luyolo Mtika Majombozi (Acting) Board Members: Mr Emmanuel Tladiametse Lekgau, Ms Nomkhita Mona (Group CEO), Ms Yvette Lillian Myakayaka-Manzini, Ms Nondumiso Pumela Ngonyama, Mr Thomas Sipho Nkese, Mr Sandile Phillip, Ms Nolitha Pietersen Chief Executive Officer: Ms Nomkhita Mona Chief Financial Officer: Mr Lenny Govender (Acting Group CFO) Chief Operations Officer: Ms Zukiswa Ntsikeni (Acting Group COO) Chief Information Officer: Mr Mpho Mohlameane (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Johan Binedell (Acting Chief Internal Audit), Mr Dawood Dada (Group Company Secretary), Mr Sekano Kgalanyane (General Manager: Logistics), Molatlhegi Kgauwe (Interim CEO: Postbank), Ms Dina Lume (Managing Director: Docex), Ms Lindiwe Mabena (Acting Group Executive: Human Capital Management), Ms Dibuseng Mamabolo (Acting Group Executive: Corporate Affairs),

Mr Elias Matimulane (General Manager: Legal and Regulatory), Mr Bongani Mgoza (General Manager: Properties), Ms Karabo Rapoo (Chief Risk Officer), Mr Jerel Ruthnam (Acting Group Executive: Strategy and Sustainability), Mr Ndade Sibaya (Acting General Manager: Sales), Ms Shumi Sontage (Acting Group Executive: Supply Chain Management), Mr Vossie Vos (General Manager: Security and Investigations) Communications Officers: Mr Johan Kruger

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20 Disclaimer

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

3 520 975

12 319 382

9 853 224

7 545 659

3 638 129

3 616 243

11 066 634

15 957 512

13 469 467

Current Liabilities

5 016 940

8 908 507

8 411 863

Non-Current Liabilities

2 378 377

1 862 608

1 642 806

Total Assets

Total Liabilities

7 395 317

10 771 115

10 054 669

Total Net Assets

3 671 317

5 186 397

3 414 798

5 590 175

6 554 722

5 489 053

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(7 358 380) (7 654 426) (6 493 346) (3 891 315)

(3 755 608) (3 403 293)

(1 768 205)

(1 099 704)

(1 004 293) (240 194)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

(716 387)

(1 477 311)

(3 164 167)

1 474 779

3 796

1 809 447

6 186 856

3 241 211

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

236 408

236 740

124 788

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

n/a

23 471

16 488

18 359

18 119

Posts Approved Posts Filled

SOUTH AFRICAN POSTBANK SOC LTD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 497 Sophie de Bruyn & Jeff Masemola Streets, Pretoria, 0002

POSTAL: PO Box 10 000, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 407 6000 / 0800 53 54 55 WEB: www.postbank.co.za EMAIL: postbank.enquiries@postoffice.co.za

OVERVIEW The South African Postbank is a deposit-taking state-owned banking institution. The government has announced plans to restructure and corporatise Postbank to enable it to expand its service range to include lending, bancassurance and other financial services critical to the attainment of the mandate of financial inclusion. The mission of Postbank is to be the trusted partner of government in financial inclusion and it aims to offer inclusive, accessible, simple and secure channels, and in so doing, become the bank of choice for government, business and individual customers in the underserved communities. Postbank draws its mandate from the Postbank Amendment Act 44 of 2013, which is primarily the provision of accessible and

affordable financial services, including responsible lending, to the unbanked and underserved. Although Postbank is not yet a registered bank, it is a full participant in the National Payments System, and it offers secure, reliable, accessible and affordable banking products such as cardbased transactional accounts and book-based savings and investment accounts. After receiving a section 13 approval to establish a bank in July 2016, Postbank applied for a section 16 banking license in June 2017 and the approval process with the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) is nearing completion. In 2019, the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies, announced the establishment of the South African Postbank Company,

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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which was gazetted to take over the business of Postbank from the Post Office effective 1 April 2019. The Financial Matters Amendment Bill, adopted in early 2019 by Parliament, has paved the way for Postbank to get a banking licence from SARB.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Darwin Zinzile Nkonki Board Members: Dr Adv Leigh Hefer, Mr Gcobani Mancotywa, Mr Thabile Wonci

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Molatlhegi Kgauwe (Interim), Mr Hannes van der Merwe

Chief Financial Officer: Ms Thokozile Motsweni (Acting) Chief Information Officer: Mr Raymond Mashau (Acting) Senior Management: Ms Marietha Harris (Operations: Bloemfontein Office), Mr Pieter Jacobs (Acting Chief Human Resources Officer), Adv Ditebogo Khumalo (Company Secretary), Mr Thabang Lengane (Acting Chief Commercial Officer), Mr Kevin Maartens (Chief Risk Officer), Mr Neo Moja (Project Management Office), Adv Sipho Ngozo (Head: Compliance), Adv Sipho Ngozo (Chief Compliance Officer), Ms Nomathemba Ngqalamba (Head: Procurement), Mr Sabelo Zulu (Acting Head Strategy) Communications Officers: Mr Bongani Diako

STATE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AGENCY SOC LTD (SITA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 459 Tsitsa Street, Erasmuskloof, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 26100, Monument Park, 0105 TEL: 012 482 3000 FAX: 012 367 5151 WEB: www.sita.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the State Information Technology Agency SOC Ltd (SITA) is to render an efficient and value added Information and Communications Technology (ICT) service to the public sector in a secure, cost-effective and integrated manner, contributing to citizen convenience.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Omega Shelembe (Acting) Board Members: Mr Luvuyo Keyise (Executive Caretaker), Mr Molatlhegi Kgauwe (Executive Chief Financial Officer) Administrator: Mr Luvuyo Keyise (Executive Caretaker) Chief Executive Officer: Ms Vuyokazi Xaxa (Executive Company Secretary) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Molatlhegi Kgauwe Senior Management: Mr Tlali Tlali (Head: Strategic Stakeholder Management and Corporate Services), Dr Busisiwe Vilakazi (Acting Executive: Corporate and Digital Strategy), Mr Lance Williams (Executive: Provincial and Local Consulting) Communications Officers: Ms Anthea Summers (SITA Spokesperson and Head of Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

n/a

3 282 315

2 940 356

Non-Current Assets

n/a

1 150 198

1 208 719

n/a

4 432 513

4 149 075

Current Liabilities

n/a

1 503 458

1 090 033

Non-Current Liabilities

n/a

69 198

97 677

Total Liabilities

n/a

1 572 656

1 187 710

Total Net Assets

n/a

2 859 857

2 961 365

Total Revenue

n/a

5 238 519

5 943 247

Total Expenditure

n/a (5 340 027)

(5 716 368)

Total Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Employee Costs

n/a

(499 992)

(462 293)

n/a

(101 508)

226 879

Operating Activities

n/a

(160 430)

520 910

Investing Activities

n/a

(271 528)

(99 125)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

n/a

1 173 156

1 605 114

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

n/a

405 038

91 933

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

3 177

3 157

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

TELKOM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 61 Oak Avenue, Highveld Park, Centurion, 0046 POSTAL: Private Bag X74, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 311 3911 FAX: 012 323 6733 WEB: www.telkom.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of Telkom SOC Ltd is to lead in the converged Information and Communications Technology (ICT) market through deep and credible relationships and a distinctive customer experience. Telkom’s objectives are to: lead the provision of converged solutions; provide a quality network with reach that is unmatched; maintain its leading brand promise in the business community; create innovative and pervasive broadband consumer services; be the wholesale provider of choice in selected areas; and be the best place to work for, for committed and accountable people.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Sello Moloko Board Members: Mr Navin Kapila, Mr Sibusiso Luthuli, Mr Sipho Maseko

(Group CEO), Ms Kholeka Mzondeki, Ms Fagmeedah Petersen-Cook, Mr Keith Rayner, Mr Dirk Reyneke (CFO), Mr Alphonzo Samuels, Dr Sibusiso Sibisi, Mr Herman Singh, Mr Rex Tomlinson, Mr Louis von Zeuner Chief Executive Officer: Mr Sipho Maseko Chief Financial Officer: Mr Dirk Reyneke Senior Management: Mr Althon Beukes (Chief Information Officer and CEO: Openserve), Mr Jonas Bogoshi (Chief Executive Officer: BCX Group), Ms Melody Lekota (Chief Human Resources Officer), Mr Lesiba Maloba (Chief Executive Officer: Gyro), Mr Lunga Siyo (Chief Executive Officer: Small and Medium Business), Mr Serame Taukobong (Chief Executive Officer: Consumer and Small Business) Communications Officers: Ms Nomalungelo Faku

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

Financially Unqualified

Audit not Finalised

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Expenditure

16 315 000

14 783 000

13 778 000

Employee Costs

45 071 000

37 961 000

36 359 000

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

61 386 000 52 944 000

50 341 000

CASH FLOW

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

2017/18

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* Total Revenue

2017/18

(43 242 000) (39 849 000)

(37 456 000)

(10 713 000) (10 777 000) (10 677 000)

17 144 000

16 436 000

12 922 000

Operating Activities

Non-Current Liabilities

14 767 000

6 740 000

10 268 000

Investing Activities

31 911 000

23 176 000

23 190 000

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

29 475 000

29 768 000

27 151 000

Total Net Assets

2018/19

43 850 000 42 680 000 40 454 000

Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

2019/20

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

608 000

2 831 000

2 998 000

8 563 000

5 706 000

6 039 000

(5 961 000) (7 522 000)

(6 617 000)

4 726 000

1 428 000

2 527 000

-

-

-

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

UNIVERSAL SERVICE AND ACCESS AGENCY OF SOUTH AFRICA (USAASA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Building 1, Thornhill Office Park, 94 Bekker Road, Vorna Valley, Midrand, 1686

POSTAL: PO Box 12601, Vorna Valley, 1686 TEL: 011 564 1600 FAX: 011 564 1629/30 WEB: www.usaasa.org.za EMAIL: comms@usaasa.org.za

OVERVIEW The Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa (USAASA) is established in terms of Section 80 of the Electronic Communications Act 36 of 2005 (the ECA) as a statutory body with a sole mandate of promoting the goal of universal access and universal service to Electronic Communications Network Services (ECNS), Electronic Communications Services (ECS) and Broadcasting Services (BS). The Agency is an administrative arm of the Universal Service and Access Fund (USAF), which is established through Section 87 (1). The strategic mandate of the Fund is to provide grants for the construction and extension of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure in underserviced areas, and also to give subsidies to needy persons towards the cost of ICT.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Daphne Kula-Rantho Board Members: Ms Mapuleng Moropa, Mr Talelani Enos Ramaru,

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

36 076

22 022

34 772 29 089

Non-Current Assets Total Assets

625

16 767

36 701

38 789

63 861

18 187

13 542

10 933

Current Liabilities

-

-

51

Total Liabilities

Non-Current Liabilities

18 187

13 542

10 984

Total Net Assets

18 514

25 246

52 877

85 394

81 906

80 103

2 445

1 832

4 419

82 949

80 074

75 684

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Mr Simpiwe Thobela, Ms Buhle Tonise

Total Expenditure

(92 126)

(107 545)

(164 340)

Chief Executive Officer: Ms Chwayita Madikizela (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Frik Nieman (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Sipho Mngqibisa (Executive Manager:

Employee Costs

(49 362)

(47 169)

(44 306)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(6 732)

(25 639)

(84 237)

Operating Activities

11 826

(12 472)

(72 021)

Investing Activities

1 500

1 482

(284)

34 356

21 084

32 215

1 988

24 909

3 072

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

61

61

62

66

57

57

Performance Manager), Ms Selloane Motloung (Company Secretary), Mr Lavhelesani Netshidzivhani (Risk Manager), Mr Trevor Nivi (Acting Operation Executive), Mr Willem Olivier (Senior Manager: Legal Services), Ms Hilda Ramosebudi (Acting Chief Audit Executive), Ms Sharonne Scheepers (Acting Executive: Corporate Services) Communications Officers: Ms Keitumetse Hlahatsi (Manager: Stakeholder and Communications)

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY, FISHERIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT (DFFE) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 473 Steve Biko & Soutpansberg Roads, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0083 POSTAL: Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 399 9000 / 086 111 2468 FAX: 012 359 3625 WEB: www.environment.gov.za EMAIL: callcentre@environment.gov.za

forestry, fisheries & the environment Department: F ores try , F is h eries and th e E nvironment REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment (DFFE) was renamed on 1 April 2021, from the previous Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries (DEFF). In June 2019 the DFFE had been established by incorporating the forestry and fisheries functions from the previous Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries into the Department of Environmental Affairs.

The DFFE mandated to give effect to the right of citizens to an environment that is not harmful to their health or well-being, and to have the environment protected for the benefit of present and future generations. To this end, the Department provides leadership in environmental management, conservation and protection towards sustainability for the benefit of South Africans and the global community.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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The Department’s strategic objectives are to: provide leadership, strategic, centralised administration, executive support, corporate services, and facilitate effective cooperative governance, international relations, and environmental education and awareness; promote the development and implementation of an enabling legal regime and licensing/authorisation system to ensure enforcement and compliance with environmental law; promote, manage and provide strategic leadership on oceans and coastal conservation; improve air and atmospheric quality, lead and support, inform, monitor and report efficient and effective international, national and significant provincial and local responses to climate change; ensure the regulation and management of all biodiversity, heritage and conservation matters in a manner that facilitates sustainable economic growth and development; implement expanded public works and green economy projects in the environmental sector; and manage and ensure that chemicals and waste management policies and legislation are implemented and enforced in compliance with chemicals and waste management authorisations, directives and agreements.

Chief Financial Officer: Mr Rannoi Sedumo Deputy Directors General: Mr Ishaam Abader (Regulatory Compliance and Sector Monitoring), Ms Judy Beaumont (Ocean and Coasts), Dr Thuli Khumalo (Climate Change and Air Quality Management), Ms Morongoa Susan Leseke (Acting Deputy Director General: Forestry Management), Ms Limpho Maphike (Corporate Management Services), Ms Sue Middleton (Acting Deputy Director General: Fisheries Management), Ms Nonhlanhla Mkhize (Environmental Programmes), Mr Shonisani Munzhedzi (Biodiversity and Conservation), Ms Mamogala Musekene (Chemicals and Waste Management) Senior Management: Ms Nomsa Hani (Head of Office: Deputy Minister), Mr Chris Mashilo (Stakeholder and Special Programmes), Mr Wickness Rooifontein (Chief Director: Financial Management and Acting Chief Financial Officer for the Marine Living Resources Fund) Communications Officers: Mr Peter Mbelengwa (Director: External Communication), Mr Themba Gift Mnguni (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Mr Albi Modise (Head of Communications), Mr Zoniselo Nana (Media Liaison) Secretaries: Ms Tenjiwe Kambule (Personal Assistant: Deputy Minister), Ms Buchule Mbuli (Private Executive Secretary: Minister), Ms Siphokazi Nkosi (Personal Assistant: Director General)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Adverse

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT MINISTER MS B CREECY

DEPUTY MINISTER MS M SOTYU

DIRECTOR GENERAL MS N TSHABALALA

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Ms Barbara Creecy (Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Ms Maggie Sotyu (Deputy Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment) (ANC) Director General: Ms Nomfundo Tshabalala Chief of Staff: Mr Feroze Shaik (Chief of Staff and Chief Director: Ministerial Communications)

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

7 592 188

7 489 181

6 912 375

Actual Expenditure

6 644 397

7 369 357

6 752 049

Employee Compensation

1 263 948

1 135 584

1 050 054

Goods and Services

3 454 254

3 026 848

3 496 806

475 905

466 148

419 893

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Capital Assets

1 210 574

75 984

77 584

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 812

2 365

1 821

1 590

2 175

1 682

Posts Approved Posts Filled

ISIMANGALISO WETLAND PARK CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The Dredger Harbour, St Lucia POSTAL: Private Bag X05, St Lucia, 3936 TEL: 035 590 1633 / 1602 WEB: isimangaliso.com EMAIL: info@isimangaliso.com

OVERVIEW The iSimangaliso Authority’s business is to conserve the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and to create jobs and benefits for communities living in and adjacent to the Park through optimal tourism-based development. iSimangaliso is therefore in the business of conservation, local economic development and tourism. Park establishment programmes have seen the removal of some 12 000ha of alien plants and commercial forests. Wetland and dune rehabilitation programmes, the introduction of game, runway upgrades, the building of new roads, game fences, new water supply, and bulk electricity supply systems and substations have all contributed to building the new Park.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Prof AT Nzama Deputy Chairperson: Inkosi MI Tembe Board Members: Mr Sibusiso Bukhosini (CEO), Ms N Cawe, Mr B Langalibalele, Mr G Nair, Ms L Noge-Tungamirai, Prof CP Small

Senior Management: Mr Mike Bouwer (Technical Manager: Park Operations), Ms Lindy Duffield (Marketing and Brand Manager), Ms Nerosha Govender (Manager: Development and Planning), Bongani Gumede (Training and Capacity Building Officer), Ms Dumi Gumede (Supply Chain Officer), Ms Bronwyn James (Senior Manager: Development and Planning), Mr C Khumalo (Executive Manager: Transformation – Social and Economic Development), Sithembile Khumalo (Development Facilitation Manager), Nonku Lafuleni (Manager: Capacity Building), Phumlani Lugagu (Environmental Compliance Officer), Mr Bheki Manzini (Tourism Contract Manager), Ms Nombusa Memela (Manager: Human Resources), Mr Carl Myhill (Manager: Land Care), Mr J Ngubane (Executive Manager: Tourism and Business Development), Msizi Phakathi (Finance Manager), Mr Sizo Sibiya (Executive Manager: Biodiversity Conservation), Ingelore Taylor (Office and HR Manager), Mr Ntokozo Tembe (Contract Manager – Land Care) Communications Officers: Ms Debbie Cooper (Executive Assistant: CEO), Mr Sli Msweli (Media Liaison and Marketing Officer)

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Sibusiso Bukhosini Chief Financial Officer: Ms Qhamu Mntambo

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

294 908

212 469

Non-Current Assets

637 353

619 145

932 261

831 613

790 879

303 933

192 974

139 630

-

-

-

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW 141 477

86 730

82 132

Investing Activities

(56 224)

(49 395)

(113 220)

178 836

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

284 657

199 404

174 369

612 042

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

4 979

691

2 073

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

68

68

68

Posts Filled

41

39

34

Total Liabilities

303 933

192 974

139 630

Total Net Assets

628 328

638 639

651 248 234 418

Operating Activities

HUMAN RESOURCES

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

192 921

163 345

Exchange Transactions

30 729

33 831

35 449

Non-Exchange Transactions

162 192

129 514

198 969

Total Expenditure

(203 232)

(165 309)

(175 738)

Employee Costs

(24 071)

(17 291)

16 372

(10 311)

(1 964)

58 680

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY INSTITUTE (SANBI) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2 Cussonia Avenue, Brummeria, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X101, Silverton, 0184 TEL: 012 843 5000 FAX: 012 804 3211 WEB: www.sanbi.org EMAIL: info@sanbi.org.za

OVERVIEW The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) has a broad mandate that is primarily derived from the NEMBA Act, but also from other legislation and processes over the past decade. The mandate is to explore, reveal, celebrate and champion biodiversity for the benefit and enjoyment of all South Africans, which includes managing the National Botanical Gardens (NBG) as ’windows’ to South Africa’s biodiversity for enjoyment and education. The Institute leads and coordinates research, and monitors and reports on the state of biodiversity in South Africa. It provides knowledge and information, gives planning and policy advice, and pilots best-practice management models in partnership with role-players and stakeholders. SANBI engages in ecosystem restoration and rehabilitation and leads the human capital development strategy of the sector.

(Chief Director: Foundational Biodiversity Science), Mr Mahlodi Tau (Chairperson: Management Committee), Mr Christopher Willis (Chief Director: National Botanical Gardens) Communications Officers: Mr Craig Allenby (Director: Communication, Commecialisation and Marketing)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

Mrs Ntsoaki Mngomezulu, Ms Phuthanang Cenea Motsielwa, Ms Lebogang Ralepeli (Company Secretary), Dr Yonah Seleti, Prof Brian van Wilgen, Ms Pam Yako, Dr Kowiyou Yessoufou Chief Executive Officer: Ms Carmel Mbizvo (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Lorato Sithole Chief Operations Officer: Mr Elliot Mashile Senior Management: Dr Mandy Barnett (Chief Director: Adaptation Policy and Resourcing), Dr Theressa Frantz (Chief Director: Biodiversity Research Assessment and Monitoring), Ms Carmel Mbizvo (Head of Branch: Biodiversity Science and Policy Advice), Mr Leslie Mudimeli (Chief Director: National Zoological Gardens), Mr Maano Netshiombo (Chief Director: Human Resources), Ms Deshni Pillay (Chief Director: Biodiversity Information and Policy Advice), Prof Ramagwai Sebola

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

489 559

411 504

386 550

417 446

415 901

371 987

907 005

827 405

758 536

201 063

161 254

151 215

58 219

60 284

50 175

Total Liabilities

259 282

221 538

201 390

Total Net Assets

647 724

605 867

557 146

743 236

718 241

545 702

151 711

174 190

122 414

591 526

544 050

423 287

Total Assets Current Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mrs Beryl Ferguson Board Members: Mrs Thandiwe Godongwana, Dr Lesley Luthuli,

2019/20

Non-Current Liabilities

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(701 380)

(711 069)

(481 685)

Employee Costs

(421 684)

(417 403)

(290 610)

41 857

7 172

64 017

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

109 393

60 280

162 997

Investing Activities

(34 996)

(42 129)

(90 189)

460 411

386 015

367 863

17 856

5 328

18 727

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL PARKS (SANPARKS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 643 Leyds Street, Muckleneuk, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 787, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 426 5000 FAX: 012 426 5500 WEB: www.sanparks.org EMAIL: rey.thakhuli@sanparks.org

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African National Parks (SANParks) is to develop, protect, expand, manage and promote a system of sustainable national parks that represents natural and cultural heritage assets, through innovation, excellence, responsible tourism and just socioeconomic benefit for current and future generations. SANParks manages a system of parks that represent the indigenous fauna, flora, landscapes, and associated cultural heritage of the country. Most of the national parks have overnight tourist facilities, with an unrivalled variety of accommodation in arid, coastal, mountain and Bushveld habitats. The Organisation has managed to transform itself, continue its high research and management standards, expand the land under its protection at an entirely unprecedented rate, and has also begun to generate 75% of its operating revenue, a spectacular financial achievement compared to most conservation agencies in the world, including those in developed countries.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms J Yawitch Board Members: Dr T Abrahamse , Mr Z Fihlani, Dr U Govender, Ms B Koyane, Mr J Mashele, Mr Fundisile Mketeni (CEO), Mr L Mogakane, Prof E Mokotong, Ms S Molokoane, Mr T Motsepe, Adv T Mphahlane, Mr S Munzhedzi Chief Executive Officer: Mr Fundisile Mketeni Chief Financial Officer: Mr Dumisani Dlamini Chief Operations Officer: Ms Lize McCourt Senior Management: Mr Gareth Coleman (Managing Executive: Kruger National Park), Ms Maximilian Mathabathe (Board Secretary), Mr Property Mokoena (Managing Executive: Parks), Ms Hapiloe Sello (Managing Executive: Tourism Development and Marketing), Mr Reynold Thakhuli (Acting Head: Communications), Mr Lucas Zepe (Head: CEO and COO’s Office) Communications Officers: Mr Reynold Thakhuli (General Manager: Media, PR and Stakeholder Relations)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 649 360

2 069 985

1 859 523

2 992 648

3 055 504

2 927 154

5 642 008

5 125 489

4 786 667

1 722 880

1 416 067

1 523 261

873 593

912 992

956 447

Total Liabilities

2 596 473

2 329 059

2 479 708

Total Net Assets

3 045 535

2 796 430

2 306 969

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

3 168 102

3 011 092

2 582 274

2 408 081

2 283 561

2 011 541

760 021

727 531

570 733

Total Expenditure

(2 918 997)

(2 587 032)

(2 370 736)

Employee Costs

(1 327 130)

(1 139 953)

(1 098 501)

249 105

424 060

202 135

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

715 305

421 802

692 996

61 451

(273 665)

(254 171)

2 542 600

1 842 686

1 776 646

19 082

34 343

6 238

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

4 646

4 529

4 399

4 175

4 181

3 998

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

SOUTH AFRICAN WEATHER SERVICE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1B Ecoglades, Ecopark, Cnr Olievenhoutbosch & Ribbon Grass Roads, Centurion, 0151

POSTAL: Private Bag X097, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 367 6000 FAX: 012 367 6300 WEB: www.weathersa.co.za EMAIL: hannelee.doubell@gmail.com

OVERVIEW The vision of the South African Weather Service (SAWS) is to be a weather and climate centre of excellence providing: innovative solutions to ensure a weather-ready region, sustainable development, and economic growth through leadership in meteorological, climatological and other related sciences; development of relevant and innovative applications and products utilising cutting-edge technology; and establishing and leveraging collaborative partnerships. SAWS is designated by the state to provide weather services to the aviation industry, marine, and a range of other identified clients, and to fulfill a range of international obligations of the government. It provides two distinct services, namely: public good services that are funded by government; and paid-for commercial services.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Nana Magomola Deputy Chairperson: Dr Phillip Dexter Board Members: Adv Derick Block, Mr David Lefutso, Dr Mphekgo Maila, Ms Kelebogile Moroka-Mosia, Ms Sally Mudly-Padayachie, Dr Tsakani Ngomane, Mr Itani Phaduli, Ms Feziwe Renque Chief Executive Officer: Mr Ishaam Abader Chief Financial Officer: Mr Norman Mzizi Senior Management: Ms Portia Buthelezi (Executive: Corporate Services), Dr Jonas Mphepya (Executive: Weather and Climate Services), Ms Mnikeli Ndabambi (Executive: Information Systems and Security), Ms Kenosi Setlhako (Senior Manager: Communications, Marketing and Stakeholders) Communications Officers: Ms Hannelee Doubell (Communications Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

72 338

97 406

140 287

402 070

409 501

459 456

474 408

506 908

599 743

Current Liabilities

112 681

90 840

66 846

Non-Current Liabilities

3 004

4 618

5 319

115 685

95 459

72 165

358 723

411 449

527 578 407 326

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

444 816

382 764

Exchange Transactions

169 080

166 431

162 796

Non-Exchange Transactions

275 736

216 333

244 530

Total Expenditure

(482 360)

(445 216)

(398 685)

Employee Costs

(277 548)

(261 336)

(222 481)

(46 716)

(71 034)

8 641

Operating Activities

(6 043)

(40 206)

55 794

Investing Activities

(36 762)

(27 247)

(45 392)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

44 536

60 691

100 627

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

45 953

38 561

2 619

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

488

484

462

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS (DHS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Govan Mbeki House, 240 Justice Mahomed Street,

human settlements

Sunnyside, Pretoria, 0002

POSTAL: Private Bag X644, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 0800 146 873 / 012 421 1333/1311 FAX: 012 341 8512 WEB: www.dhs.gov.za EMAIL: info@dhs.gov.za

Department: H u man Settlements REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Human Settlements is to facilitate the creation of sustainable human settlements and improved quality of household life. The Department determines finances, and promotes, communicates and monitors the implementation of housing programmes in South Africa. The Department has set itself the target of making a positive impact on the quality of life of 750 000 households by upgrading informal settlements. The upgrade will provide households with security of tenure and access to essential services in sites that are close to economic and other social amenities. To meet its objective of sustainable human settlements and improved quality of household life, the Department has identified the following areas of priority: accelerated delivery of housing opportunities; access to basic services; more efficient land use; and an improved property market.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Ms Lindiwe Sisulu (Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation) (ANC)

Deputy Minister: Ms Pam Tshwete (Deputy Minister of Human Settlements) (ANC) Director General: Mr Mbulelo Tshangana Chief Financial Officer: Ms Funani Matlatsi Deputy Directors General: Ms Nonhlanhla Buthelezi (Acting DDG: Human Settlement Delivery Frameworks), Mr Neville Chainee (Human Settlements, Planning and Strategy), Mr Joseph Leshabane (Project and Programme Management Unit), Ms Nelly Letsholonyane (Corporate Services), Ms Sindisiwe Ngxongo (Chief Operational Officer) Senior Management: Ms Lucy Bele (CD: Chief Investment Officer), Mr William Jiyana (CD: Stakeholder and Intergovernmental), Ms Tshepiso Moloi (Corporate Support), Mr Wonder Nkosi (CD: Programme and Project Planning), Ms Nomfundo Nozigqwaba (Acting CD: Enterprise Architecture), Ms Swazi Taitai (Parliament and Cabinet), Ms Martie Van den Berg (Acting CD: Programme Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Mandla Xaba (Chief Information Officer and CD: Information Management Systems and IT Systems (GITO)) Communications Officers: Ms Mandulo Maphumulo (Director:

MINISTER MS L SISULU

DEPUTY MINISTER MS P TSHWETE

Media Services), Mr Steve Motale (Ministry Spokesperson), Ms Gwen Shole (Director: Public Information and Marketing), Mr Xolani Xundu (Chief Director: Communication Services) Secretaries: Ms Mareldia Chowglay (Personal Assistant: Minister), Ms Moipone Ngoasheng (Office Manager: Office of the Director General), Ms Pinki Nyama (Personal Assistant: Chief Director: Communication Services), Ms Eartha Scholtz (Personal Assistant: Deputy Minister)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

33 864 696

32 458 896

33 479 882

Actual Expenditure

33 346 536

32 196 243

33 371 833

356 205

345 026

345 939

373 172

334 143

313 223

5 871

9 758

18 580

-

-

284

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

678

612

644

Posts Filled

566

535

597

COMMUNITY SCHEMES OMBUD SERVICE (CSOS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Berkley Office Park, 8 Bauhinia Street, Highveld Techno Park, Centurion, 0169

POSTAL: Berkley Office Park, 8 Bauhinia Street, Highveld Techno Park, Centurion, 0169 TEL: 010 593 0533 WEB: www.csos.org.za EMAIL: info@csos.org.za

OVERVIEW The Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) was established in terms of the Community Schemes Service Act 9 of 2011 to regulate the conduct of parties within community schemes and to ensure their good governance. Community Schemes are defined in the CSOS Act as “living arrangements where there is shared use of and responsibility for land/ buildings such as sectional title, homeowners’ associations, retirement housing schemes, share block companies and housing cooperatives”. The mandate of the CSOS is to: regulate, monitor and quality assure scheme governance documentation; develop and provide a dispute resolution service; provide training for conciliators, adjudicators and

other employees of the CSOS; and take custody of, preserve and provide public access electronically or by other means to scheme governance documentation.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr M Tyamzashe Deputy Chairperson: Ms M Ramataboe Board Members: Mr T Holmes, Ms L Noge-Tungamirai, Ms A Olifant Ombud: Adv Boyce Mkhize (Chief Ombud) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Boitumelo Phetlhe (Acting)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

Senior Management: Mr Mervin Dorasmay (Provincial Ombud: KwaZuluNatal), Mr Risenga Maruma (Company Secretary), Mr Abraham Masilo (Provincial Ombud: Gauteng), Mr Oupa Masogo (Chief Audit Executive), Ms Kanozi Mlotha (Executive: Adjudicator General), Mr Prian Naicker (Chief Information Officer), Mr Lesiba Seshoka (Executive: Corporate Affairs), Ms Maletsatsi Wotini (Provincial Ombud: Western Cape) FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

264 684

236 741

206 178

14 751

9 834

5 954

249 933

226 907

200 224

Total Expenditure

(97 684)

(88 948)

(146 277)

Employee Costs

(61 505)

(52 574)

(35 522)

167 000

147 793

59 901

Operating Activities

168 928

148 731

139 698

Investing Activities

(2 431)

18 453

(101 505)

209 794

160 997

55 003

4 423

5 677

26 827

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

75

76

73

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

2017/18

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

Qualified

Adverse

Adverse

R’000

R’000

R’000

231 149

183 306

92 941

5 260

4 746

4 763

236 409

188 052

97 704

9 036

9 987

6 239

-

-

-

9 036

9 987

6 239

227 373

178 065

91 465

Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

ESTATE AGENCY AFFAIRS BOARD OF SOUTH AFRICA CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 63 Wierda Road East, Wierda Valley, Sandton, Johannesburg, 2196

POSTAL: Private Bag X10, Benmore, 2010 TEL: 087 285 3222 WEB: www.eaab.org.za EMAIL: eab@eaab.org.za

OVERVIEW The Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) was established in 1976 in terms of the Estate Agency Affairs Act 112 of 1976 (’the Act’), with the mandate to regulate and control certain activities of estate agents in the public interest. The EAAB regulates the estate agency profession by ensuring that all people carrying out the activities of an estate agent as a service to the public are registered with the EAAB. A fidelity fund certificate, which is to be renewed each year, is issued as evidence of registration and confirmation that the person is legally entitled to carry out the activities of an estate agent. A core function of the EAAB is to manage and control the Estate Agents Fidelity Fund in the interest of the public and estate agents registered with the EAAB. The mandate of the Board is to: regulate, maintain and promote the standard of conduct of estate agents having due regard to the public interest; issue Fidelity Fund Certificates to qualifying applicants; prescribe the standard of training of estate agents; investigate complaints against estate agents and institute disciplinary proceedings against offending estate agents where required; and manage and control the Estate Agents Fidelity Fund. Furthermore, the EAAB is the supervisory body of the estate agency profession pursuant to the Financial Intelligence Centre Act and is obliged to take all steps required to prevent, identify and report on money laundering and terrorist financing activities in the estate agents’ sector; and ensure a sustainable residential property market. Based on this governmental strategic priority, the EAAB recognises its role in supporting the following: intensifying home ownership induction programmes for the affordable housing market; establishing transactional support for affordable housing market; monitoring and reporting transactions in the secondary housing subsidy market; conducting analysis and disseminating information on property trends and values in the affordable housing market; developing policy and administration systems that support individual transactions in the secondary housing market; and facilitating the regular backlog of title deeds to form part of the housing development.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Nkosinathi Biko Deputy Chairperson: Mr Yusuf Patel Board Members: Ms Jill Corfield, Ms Amanda Cuba, Ms Eugenia Kula-Ameyaw, Mr Manare Legodi, Mr Phumzile Makhosana, Mr Gauta Mogomane, Ms Helen Phaleng-Podile, Ms Thandiwe Profit-McLean,

Ms Thembeka Semane, Adv Frans van der Westhuizen, Mr Christo Weilbach Chief Executive Officer: Ms Mamodupi Mohlala-Mulaudzi Senior Management: Mr Jimmy Baloyi (Executive Manager: Compliance), Mr Mfundo Daki (Executive Manager: Education and Training), Mr France Mantsho (Chief Risk Officer), Ms Dineo Mphahele (Executive Manager: Inspectorate), Mr Khwezi Ngwenya (Executive Manager: Special Projects) Communications Officers: Ms Margie Campbell (Marketing and Publications Manager), Bongani Mlangeni (Media Liaison)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

695 246

709 451

354 842

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

111 788

113 217

455 076

807 034

822 668

809 918

90 379

77 645

107 189

4 937

18 587

17 010

Total Liabilities

95 316

96 232

124 199

Total Net Assets

711 718

726 436

685 718

163 895

225 993

150 155

89 937

121 445

99 809

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

73 957

104 548

50 346

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(178 613)

(197 584)

(136 659)

Employee Costs

(88 219)

(86 216)

(78 571)

(14 718)

28 409

13 496

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(26 552)

27 427

20 033

Investing Activities

134 821

(31 886)

(34 198)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

135 550

27 281

31 739

2 375

2 354

376

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

129

126

119

Posts Filled

115

106

107

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (HDA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Block A, Riviera Office Park, 6-10 Riviera Road, Killarney, Johannesburg, 2193

POSTAL: PO Box 3209, Houghton, Johannesburg, 2041 TEL: 011 544 1000 FAX: 011 544 1006/7 WEB: www.thehda.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Housing Development Agency (HDA) is to build partnerships to create integrated sustainable human settlements. The functions of the Agency are to: develop a development plan to be approved by the Minister in consultation with the relevant authorities in the provinces and municipalities; develop strategic plans with regard to the identification and acquisition of state, privately and communally owned land that is suitable for residential and community development; prepare necessary documentation for consideration and approval by the relevant authorities as may be required in terms of any other applicable law; monitor progress of the development of land and landed property acquired for the purposes of creating sustainable human settlements; enhance the capacity of organs of state, including skills transfer to enable them to meet the demand for housing delivery; ensure that there is collaboration and intergovernmental and integrated alignment for housing development services; identify, acquire, hold, develop and release state, private and communal land for residential and community development; undertake such project management services as may be necessary, including assistance relating to approvals required for housing development; contract with any organ of state for the purpose of acquiring available land for residential housing and community development for the creation of sustainable human settlement; assist organs of state in dealing with housing developments that have not been completed within the anticipated project period; assist organs of state with the upgrading of informal settlements; and assist organs of state in respect of emergency housing solutions.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20 Qualified

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 112 643

1 049 237

2 585 158

36 130

37 438

33 124

1 148 773

1 086 675

2 618 282

1 118 278

1 055 005

2 573 784

547

-

135

1 118 825

1 055 005

2 573 919

29 948

31 670

44 363

352 366

385 502

381 015

123 055

163 325

170 347

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

229 311

222 177

210 668

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(295 176)

(398 166)

(359 507)

Employee Costs

(190 767)

(193 040)

(148 548)

(1 611)

(12 693)

21 422

Operating Activities

58 836

(13 098)

21 898

Investing Activities

(3 516)

(8 731)

(3 119)

638 393

497 490

2 374 515

64 349

99 096

9 385

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

OFFICE BEARERS

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

336

n/a

n/a

The HDA has been placed under administration since December 2018. Chairperson: Adv Johnny Motlogelwa (Acting) Board Members: Ms Zesuliwe Mkhize, Ms Zoleka Moon, Mr Brian Mosehla (CFO), Mr Mikki Xayiya (Acting CEO) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Mikki Xayiya (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Brian Mosehla

Posts Filled

219

266

n/a

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

NATIONAL HOME BUILDERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL (NHBRC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 27 Leeuwkop Road, Sunninghill, Sandton Johannesburg POSTAL: PO Box 461, Randburg, 2125 TEL: 011 317 0000 / 0800 200 824 FAX: 011 317 0105 WEB: www.nhbrc.org.za EMAIL: thenhbrc@nhbrc.org.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) is to protect the housing consumer and to regulate the home building environment by promoting innovative home building technologies, setting home building standards and improving the capabilities of home builders. The Council’s strategy is to: improve visibility and accessibility in the market, while enhancing interaction with its stakeholders; position the NHBRC as a leader in knowledge creation and technical and technological building solutions, through strategic partnerships; and provide diversified services and products in line with changing building requirements and needs.

Chairperson: Ms Julieka Bayat Council Members: Mr Makabate Choeu, Ms Queen Bongiwe Duba, Mr Unathi Ntsikana Hoyana, Mr Mziwonke Jacobs, Mr Goolam Manack, Mr Roy Mnisi, Ms Noluthando Molao, Ms Rose Nthabiseng Tsenase Chief Executive Officer: Mr Songezo Booi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Songezo Booi (CFO and Acting CEO) Chief Operations Officer: Mr Otsile Maseng Senior Management: Mr Craig Makapela (Acting Executive Manager: Business Services), Ms Gugu Mkhize (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Ms Julia Motapola (Executive Manager: Legal, Compliance and Enforcement), Mr J Mutungama (Chief Audit Executive), Ms Simphiwe Sitwayi (Chief Risk Officer), Mr Andile Yabo (Company Secretary) Communications Officers: Tshepo Nkosi

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

2017/18 Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

3 537 476

3 510 402

2 541 929

Non-Current Assets

4 070 748

3 862 062

4 206 353

7 608 223

7 372 464

6 748 281 601 763

Total Assets Current Liabilities

588 256

576 088

1 122 207

1 035 334

975 981

1 710 463

1 611 422

1 577 744

5 897 760

5 761 042

5 175 827

1 330 269

1 331 854

1 369 382

1 318 028

1 366 962

n/a

12 241

5 501

n/a

Total Expenditure

(1 193 550)

(781 959)

(755 309)

Employee Costs

(534 445)

(485 737)

(453 806)

136 719

590 504

614 073

Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

138 785

207 937

170 045

(457 708)

560 850

(34 479)

766 870

1 096 606

331 050

1 367

7 611

19 021

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

NATIONAL HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION SOC LTD (NHFC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The Isle of Houghton, Old Trafford 3, 11 Boundary Road, Houghton, Johannesburg

POSTAL: PO Box 31376, Braamfontein, 2017 TEL: 011 644 9800 FAX: 011 484 0204 WEB: www.nhfc.co.za EMAIL: info@nhfc.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the National Housing Finance Corporation SOC Ltd (NHFC) is to provide innovative and affordable housing finance solutions to the low-to-middle income housing market. The Corporation’s strategic objectives are to: expand housing finance activities, through the effective provision of housing finance solutions, thus enabling low-to-middle income households to have the choice of renting or owning, or incrementally building, to meet their housing needs; facilitate the increased and sustained lending by financial institutions to the affordable housing market; mobilise funding into the human settlement space, on a sustainable basis, in partnership with the broadest range of institutions; conduct the business activities of the NHFC in a manner that ensures the continued economic sustainability of the NHFC, while promoting lasting social, ethical and environmental development; and stimulate the low-to-middle income housing sector, by providing robust, relevant and timely research and market analysis to practitioners and housing customers. On 1 October 2019, the National Urban Reconstruction and Housing Agency (NURCHA) and the Rural Housing Loan Fund (RHLF) were merged into the National Housing Finance Corporation SOC Ltd (NHFC).

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Phekane Ramarumo (Acting) Board Members: Ms Thembi Chilizi, Mr Johan Coetzee, Mr Adrian Harris, Mr Andrew Higgs (Company Secretary), Ms Anthea Houston, Mr Sango Ntsaluba, Mr Khehla Shubane, Mr Sizwe Tati (Acting CEO) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Siswe Tati (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Bruce Gordon (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Jabulani Fakazi (Executive Manager: Incremental Housing Finance), Mr Viwe Gqwetha (Executive Manager: Strategic Partnerships and Programme Management), Mr Lawrence Lehabe (Executive Manager: Projects Funding Programme), Mr Zola Lupondwana (Executive Manager: Credit), Mr Cleophus Mako Makola (General Manager: Human Resources), Ms Mandu Mamatela (Executive

Manager: Corporate Strategy), Ms Valerie McLeod (General Manager: Legal), Ms Vuyokazi Menye (Chief Information Officer), Ms Nomsa Ntshingila (Executive Manager: Human Resources), Mr Sindisa Nxusani (Executive Manager: Corporate Support), Mr Mogotsi Oepeng (General Manager: Finance) Communications Officers: Ms Masego Maluleke (General Manager: Corporate Communications and Marketing)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 332 100

2 278 578

1 066 770

3 944 160

3 735 311

2 354 496

6 276 260

6 013 889

3 421 266

211 311

138 777

107 374

1 437 632

1 474 252

227 576

Total Liabilities

1 648 943

1 613 029

334 950

Total Net Assets

4 627 317

4 400 860

3 086 316

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

702 694

585 311

304 270

Total Expenditure

(482 961)

(439 661)

(209 571)

Employee Costs

(93 134)

(67 561)

(40 894)

219 733

145 650

94 699 (173 331)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

182 969

22 285

Investing Activities

(210 482)

43 290

65 777

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

1 105 890

1 058 470

330 443

6 511

2 437

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

121

70

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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SOCIAL HOUSING REGULATORY AUTHORITY (SHRA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Sunnyside Ridge Office Complex, Sentinel House, 3rd Floor, 32 Princess of Wales Terrace, Parktown, Johannesburg

POSTAL: Postnet Suite 240, Private Bag X30500, Houghton, 2041 TEL: 011 274 6200 FAX: 011 628 2808 WEB: www.shra.org.za EMAIL: info@shra.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA) is to ensure that there is quality housing for lower- to middle-income households in integrated settlements by investing in, enabling, regulating and transforming the affordable social housing for rental market. The Authority’s functions are to: promote the development and awareness of social housing by providing an enabling environment for the growth and development of the social housing sector; provide advice and support to the Department of Human Settlements in its development of policy for the social housing sector and facilitate national social housing programmes; provide best-practice information and research on the status of the social housing sector; support provincial governments with the approval of project applications by social housing institutions; provide assistance, when requested, with the process of the designation of restructuring zones; and enter into agreements with provincial governments and the National Housing Finance Corporation to ensure the coordinated exercise of powers.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Bathabile Dlamini Council Members: Mr Dali Duma, Ms Zimbini Hill, Mr Obbey Mabhena, Ms Refilwe Matenche, Ms Busisiwe Nzo, Mr Tim Sukazi, Mr Phakamile Worrel Weekes Ximiya Chief Executive Officer: Ms Mpolai Nkopane (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Alice Puoane Senior Management: Mr Dewalt Koekemoer (Executive: Sector Development and Transformation), Mr Lebowa Letsoalo (Executive: Project Development and Funding), Ms Mpolai Nkopane (Executive: Compliance Accreditation and Regulations), Ms Alice Puoane (Manager: Corporate Services) Communications Officers: Ms Lesego Diale (Manager: Marketing and Communications), Mr Mandla Mochoko (Marketing and Communications Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

721 167

1 123 380

1 088 711

10 743

10 185

2 067

731 910

1 133 565

1 090 778

155 667

143 933

124 051

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

155 667

143 933

124 051

Total Net Assets

573 243

989 632

966 727

886 596

888 093

970 994

75 870

62 341

43 556

810 726

825 752

926 963

Total Expenditure

(1 299 985)

(865 554)

(675 639)

Employee Costs

(39 894)

(33 404)

(27 777)

(413 389)

22 539

295 335

(454 519)

37 298

253 029

(2 277)

(98 789)

(803)

658 476

1 115 273

1 087 854

59 910

-

26 725

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

n/a

39

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY (DMRE) The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) was established in June 2019 by the merger of the Department of Energy and the Department of Mineral Resources. Financial statements and audits have not been consolidated to reflect the new organisation. Financial results of the previous departments are shown separately below.

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Trevenna Campus, Building 2C, Cnr Meintjes & Francis Baard Streets, Sunnyside, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X59, Arcadia, 0007 TEL: 012 444 3000 / 406 8000 FAX: 012 341 2228 WEB: www.energy.gov.za https://www.dmr.gov.za EMAIL: enquiries@dmr.gov.za

mineral resources & energy Department: M ineral R es ou rces and E nerg y REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) is to be a leader in the transformation of South Africa through economic growth and sustainable development in the mining and energy sectors. Its mission is to regulate, transform and promote the minerals and energy sectors, providing sustainable and affordable energy for growth and development, and ensuring that all South Africans derive sustainable benefit from the country’s mineral wealth.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Gwede Mantashe (Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy) (ANC)

MINISTER MR G MANTASHE

DIRECTOR GENERAL ADV T MOKOENA

Director General: Adv Thabo Mokoena

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

Chief of Staff: Mr George Lekorotsoane Chief Financial Officer: Ms Yvonne Chetty Deputy Directors General: Ms Patricia Gamede (Corporate Services), Mr Tseliso Maqubela (Minerals and Petroleum Regulation), Mr Zizamele Mbambo (Nuclear), Mr Jacob Mbele (Programmes and Projects), Mr David Msiza (Mine Health and Safety Inspectorate), Ms Ntokozo Ngcwabe (Mining, Minerals and Energy) Communications Officers: Ms Thandiwe Maimane (Departmental Spokesperson), Mr Nathi Shabangu (Media Liaison Officer) Secretaries: Ms Mamabefu Modipa (Personal Assistant: Director General), Ms Nonhlanhla Ndebele (Manager: Office of the DG)

DEPARTMENT: MINERAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

R’000

R’000

R’000

7 188 587

7 230 246

8 208 190 7 977 737

6 927 230

7 092 923

Employee Compensation

356 438

346 731

322 185

Goods and Services

258 770

331 433

264 720

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2 237

52 580

2 934

98 673

186 645

101 871

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

597

673

658

Posts Filled

534

565

540

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 040 396

1 924 354

1 818 361

1 988 292

1 880 123

1 776 685

Employee Compensation

650 631

611 141

588 355

Goods and Services

286 699

266 858

278 921

2 238

8 606

12 699

99

-

5 033

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** DEPARTMENT: ENERGY

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

1 075

1 106

1 184

Posts Filled

1 013

1 016

1056

CENTRAL ENERGY FUND SOC LTD (CEF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: CEF House, Block C, Upper Grayston Office Park, 152 Ann Crescent, Strathavon, Sandton, 2031

POSTAL: PO Box 786141, Sandton, 2146 TEL: 010 201 4700 FAX: 010 201 4820 WEB: www.cefgroup.co.za EMAIL: info@cefgroup.co.za

OVERVIEW The Central Energy Fund (CEF) is a Schedule 2 state-owned diversified energy company reporting to the Department of Energy. The mandate of the CEF is derived from the CEF Act 38 of 1977 and the ministerial directives issued thereafter. Its mandate is to contribute to the security of the energy supply of South Africa and the region through exploration, acquisition, development, marketing and strategic partnership. The mission of the CEF is to: grow South Africa’s footprint in the energy sector; be the catalyst for economic growth and energy poverty alleviation through security of supply; and give access to affordable energy in Southern Africa. Established in the 1950s, the CEF has played a central role in ensuring South Africa’s energy security supply and making a significant contribution to the South African economy by: contributing to the security of the energy supply by providing affordable, reliable, diverse use of primary energy resources, and contributing to economic development; being a strategic partner to the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy by providing insights in support of policy development and regulation; aligning with government’s broad objectives (NDP); and acting as a vehicle for economic growth, poverty alleviation and economic transformation. The vision of the CEF is to be a leading diversified energy company that provides sustainable energy solutions for Southern Africa by 2040. This way the CEF contributes to national energy security. The CEF is responsible for five subsidiaries which operate across the entire energy sector value chain, making up the CEF Group of Companies. As the National Oil Company (NOC) of South Africa, PetroSA’s core activities are the exploration development and production of oil and gas and the production of synthetic fuels from gas. It has operations in South Africa, Ghana and the Netherlands.

The Petroleum Agency of South Africa (PASA) promotes and regulates oil and gas exploration and production in South Africa. It is responsible for evaluating our oil and gas resources, attracting explorers in the oil and gas sector, monitoring their exploration and production activities, and archiving data produced from these activities. The South African Gas Development Company (iGas) develops gas and gas infrastructure through active investment in the provision of gas molecules and gas infrastructure. It is a key investor in Rompco, the commercial operator of the 865km high-pressure gas pipeline connecting the onshore gas fields in Mozambique to South Africa. The African Exploration Mining and Financing Corporation (AEMFC) is responsible for the mining and supply of coal for the generation of electricity. It focuses on key minerals that will provide energy for the future. It supplies in excess of 1.5 million tons of coal per year. The Strategic Fuel Fund (SFF) is responsible for acquiring, maintaining and trading strategic fuel stocks in order to ensure the country’s supply of hydrocarbons. Its core assets include steel storage facilities in Mpumalanga and the Western Cape capable of storing more than 50 million barrels of fuel. The Energy Projects Division (EPD) is responsible for the commercialisation of new energy technologies, as a demand for cleaner, more sustainable energy supplies increases. It has a range of projects in development including the Redstone Solar Thermal Power plant, the first of such projects with molten salt energy storage in Africa. The CEF Group of Companies have a number of strategic partnerships and operations across the globe that span across the energy value chain as directed by their mandate. They have operations in South Africa, Ghana, Mozambique and the Netherlands. They also have a number of key Government to Government strategic relationships that support the country’s security of energy supply initiatives.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Ayanda Noah Board Members: Mr Jim Besnaar, Adv Priakumari Hassan, Ms Gosetseone Leketi, Mr Lufuno Makhuba (Group CFO), Mr Tseliso Maqubela, Mr Neville Mompati, Dr Ishmael Poolo (Group CEO), Mr Nkululeko Poya, Ms Nolubabalo Sondlo Chief Executive Officer: Dr Ishmael Poolo (Group CEO) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Lufuno Makhuba (Group CFO) Chief Operations Officer: Mr Tshepo Mokoka (Group COO) Senior Management: Mr Abdul Haffejee (Group Secretary), Mr Thabani Khanyile (Group Chief Audit Executive), Mr Vukani Khulu (Stakeholder Manager), Mr Skheto Maluleke (Group IT Manager), Dr Phindile Masangane (GM: Energy Projects Division), Ms Brenda Moagi (Group Executive: Legal and Compliance), Ms Mapula Modipa (GM: Corporate Services), Ms Zinhle Thupana (Group Risk Manager) Communications Officers: Mr Jacky Mashapu (Group Manager: Corporate Affairs and Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

11 740 030

21 058 287

59 149 294

11 843 604

70 889 324

32 936 224

4 365 553

7 314 507

39 867 584

12 013 779

Total Liabilities

44 233 137

19 346 771

Total Net Assets

26 656 187

13 589 453

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

14 095 149

14 031 741

Exchange Transactions

4 758 416

n/a

Non-Exchange Transactions

9 336 733

n/a

Total Expenditure

(11 304 900) (13 677 873)

Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(5 353 160)

(441 771)

2 790 249

353 868

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

1 743 328

2 468 178

(2 154 418)

(284 863)

687 600

17 186 008

17 203

31 414

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

908

n/a

Posts Filled

705

1 862

COUNCIL FOR GEOSCIENCE (CGS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 280 Pretoria Road, Silverton, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X112, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 841 1911 FAX: 012 841 1221 WEB: www.geoscience.org.za EMAIL: info@geoscience.org.za

OVERVIEW The objectives underlying the establishment of the Council for Geoscience (CGS) are to develop and publish world-class geoscience knowledge products and to render geoscience-related services to the South African public and industry. The mandate of the CGS includes: the systematic reconnaissance and documentation of the geology of the earth’s surface and continental crust, including all offshore areas within the territorial boundaries of South Africa; the compilation of all geoscience data and information, particularly the geological, geophysical, geochemical and engineeringgeological data in the form of maps and documents, which are placed in the public domain; basic geoscience research into the nature and origin of rocks, ores, minerals, formations, the history and evolution of life, and the formation of the Earth, with a view to understanding the geological processes of both the past and present, and to compile and publish such research findings nationally and internationally to contribute to the understanding of the Earth, its evolution and its resources; and the collection and curation of all geoscience data and knowledge about South Africa in the National Geoscience Repository. This repository houses a large and growing collection of geoscience information on all the countries of the African continent. This information also includes data that was received from mining companies, universities and research institutions worldwide. Public access to all geoscience information is subject to: existing legislation, arranged through the mandate of the CGS; rendering of geoscience knowledge services and advice to the state to enable informed and scientifically-based decisions about the use of the Earth’s surface and the Earth’s resources, within the territory of South Africa; and management of a number of national geoscience facilities on behalf of the country. These include the National Seismograph Network, National Borehole-Core Repository, National Geoscience Heritage Collections (Geoscience Museum), and National Geoscience Library. As part of its seismological monitoring function, the CGS contributes to the verification of global compliance to the ban on

underground, underwater and upper atmospheric nuclear explosions in terms of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), by making data available from stations located on South African territory; and rendering commercial geoscience services and products to national and international clients.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Humphrey Mathe Board Members: Ms Adila Chowan, Mr Beeuwen Gerryts, Dr Thuli Khumalo, Adv Ntika Maake, Mr Mosa Mabuza (CEO), Ms Lebogang Madiba, Ms Sibongile Malie, Ms Rosalind Mdubeki, Dr Jennifer Mirembe, Ms Deborah Mochothli, Mr Smunda Mokoena, Mr Xolisa Mvinjelwa Chief Executive Officer: Mr Mosa Mabuza Chief Financial Officer: Mr Leonard Matsepe Senior Management: Dr David Khoza (Executive Manager: Integrated Geoscience Development), Ms Refilwe Shelembe (Executive Manager: Geoscientific Services), Dr Jonty Tshipa (Executive Manager: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

269 202

288 562

286 067

345 147

279 168

284 596

614 349

667 730

570 663

160 014

275 934

172 882

9 254

7 661

8 035

Total Liabilities

169 268

278 391

181 238

Total Net Assets

445 081

384 135

389 746

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW 486 198

484 085

442 995

Operating Activities

287 659

284 750

119 405

Investing Activities

198 539

199 335

323 590

Total Expenditure

(425 252)

(489 696)

(464 905)

Employee Costs

(280 074)

(294 552)

(255 942)

60 946

(5 611)

(21 910)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

67 891

16 989

(21 365)

(89 460)

(28 013)

(31 393)

232 013

253 582

264 606

-

-

74

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

439

423

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY COUNCIL (MHSC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 145 Western Service Road, Western Woods Office Park B7, Maple Place, Woodmead, Gauteng

POSTAL: Private Bag X11, Wendywood, 2144 TEL: 011 656 1797 / 011 070 4200 WEB: www.mhsc.org.za EMAIL: communications@mhsc.org.za

OVERVIEW The Mine Health and Safety Council (MHSC) is a national public entity (Schedule 3A) established in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act, No 29 of 1996, as amended. The entity comprises a tripartite board represented by state, employer and labour members under the chairmanship of the Chief Inspector of Mines. The MHSC is funded by public revenue and is accountable to Parliament. The main task of the Council is to advise the Minister of Mineral Resources on occupational health and safety legislation and research outcomes focussed on improving and promoting occupational health and safety in South African mines. The Mine Health and Safety Council has been in existence since 1997 and is celebrating 20 years. It has provided a playform for engagement for the tripartite stakeholders. It continues to be the trusted advisor to the Minister of Mineral Resources and the mining industry at large on occupational health and safety issues. The MHSC is currently in the process of implementing the Centre of Excellence on mine occupational health and safety, which is a game changer in how MHSC is going to conduct its business.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

136 210

160 579

171 173

7 899

10 931

11 081

144 109

171 510

182 254

Current Liabilities

16 216

24 074

11 828

Non-Current Liabilities

6 237

5 543

5 887

Total Liabilities

22 453

29 617

17 715

Total Net Assets

121 656

141 894

164 539

92 634

94 179

101 319

-

-

13 229

92 634

94 179

88 090

Total Expenditure

(112 872)

(116 825)

(113 083)

Employee Costs

(51 295)

(49 927)

(37 821)

(20 238)

(22 645)

(11 764) (20 349)

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

OFFICE BEARERS

CASH FLOW

Chairperson: Mr David Msiza Council Members: Dr Thuthula Balfour, Adv Paul Mardon, Xolile

Operating Activities

(20 573)

(8 603)

Investing Activities

(5 449)

(4 568)

(7 239)

Mbonambi, Mr Sipho Mungwe, Dr Lindiwe Ndelu, Mr Thabo Ngwenya, Mr Mziwakhe Nhlapo, Mr Gabriel Nkosi, Funwell Nkuna, Mr Vijay Nundlall, Mr Stuart Sepetla, Mr Franz Stehring, Mr Peter Temane Chief Executive Officer: Mr Dumisani Dlamini (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Vimla Pentasaib (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Mantji Fenyane (IT Senior Manager), Ms Priscilla Mvana (Corporate Governance Officer), Mr Brian Ncube (Acting Chief Research Operations Officer), Mr Victor Tleane (Acting Chief Human Capital Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Masanda Peter (Stakeholder Manager)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

128 579

155 149

168 740

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

34 481

21 514

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

60

62

63

Posts Filled

60

59

59

MINTEK CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 200 Malibongwe Drive, Strijdom Park, Randburg, Johannesburg

POSTAL: Private Bag X3015, Randburg, 2125 TEL: 011 709 4111 WEB: www.mintek.co.za EMAIL: info@mintek.co.za

OVERVIEW The mandate of Mintek is to serve the national interest through research and development, technology transfer, promote mineral technology, and encourage the establishment and expansion of industries in the field of minerals and products derived therefrom.

Mintek’s offerings include a full range of process development services, from preliminary bench-scale investigations to large-scale piloting and integrated flowsheet development, in support of bankable feasibility studies. Its activities include: providing essential services (information,

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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consulting and experimental); increasing the competitiveness of the industry by developing effective technology (to cut costs and improve recoveries); developing ‘breakthrough’ process technologies and novel uses for metals and their products; marketing its commercial products and technologies to the industry; establishing strategic partnerships and joint ventures; participating in regional development initiatives and Southern African Development Community activities and projects; maintaining and expanding international scientific links; and developing the human resources potential of the region through educational and training activities.

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

500 198

495 875

472 284

Non-Current Assets

410 505

432 776

430 665

910 702

928 651

902 949

294 864

256 155

228 347

7 938

10 412

17 965

Total Liabilities

302 803

266 568

246 311

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

607 900

662 084

656 638

Chairperson: Dr Vanguard Mkosana Board Members: Mr Philippus Rudolf Heydenrich, Mr Lefadi Lucas

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 561 754

562 047

527 018

232 642

205 738

269 299

Makibinyane, Ms Pontsho Maruping, Mr M Mokupo (Independent), Mr Harold Motaung, Dr Molefi Motuku (CEO), Ms Ntokozo Faith Ngcwabe, Dr Maropeng Ngobeni, Ms Margaret Mosibudi Phiri, Ms M Thomani (Independent), Ms Phydelis Ntombifuthi ZikalalaMvelase, Prof Lindiwe Zungu Chief Executive Officer: Dr Molefi Motuku Chief Financial Officer: Mr Sakhi Simelane (General Manager: Finance) Senior Management: Ms Isabel Geldenhuys (Pyrometallurgy), Ms Mariekie Gericke (Biotechnology), Mr Boni Hewu (Engineering and Maintenance Services), Mr Tex Hlalele (Human Resources), Mr Bernard Joja (Minerals Processing), Dr Leon Kruger (Hydrometallurgy), Mr Alan McKenzie (General Manager: Technology), Ms Nosiphiwo Mzamo (Mineralogy), Ms Gugulethu Nyanda (General Manager: Corporate Services), Dr Jones Papo (Advanced Materials), Ms Hester Pretorius (Finance), Dr James Tshilongo (Analytical Services) Communications Officers: Mr Elvis Tshweneyame

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

329 112

356 309

257 719

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(615 938)

(556 601)

(532 872)

Employee Costs

(300 084)

(297 299)

(306 857)

(54 184)

5 446

(5 855)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

60 634

57 439

18 751

Investing Activities

(53 598)

(39 303)

(52 040)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

453 860

446 824

428 688

11 741

17

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

NATIONAL ENERGY REGULATOR OF SOUTH AFRICA (NERSA)

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Kulawula House, 526 Madiba Street, Arcadia, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 40343, Arcadia, 0007 TEL: 012 401 4600 FAX: 012 401 4700 WEB: www.nersa.org.za EMAIL: info@nersa.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) is to regulate the energy industry in accordance with government laws, policies, standards and international best practices in support of sustainable development. NERSA’s strategic objectives are to: implement relevant energy policy efficiently and effectively; implement relevant energy law efficiently and effectively; implement relevant energy regulations efficiently and effectively; identify, develop and implement relevant energy rules efficiently and effectively; establish the credibility, legitimacy and sustainability of NERSA as an independent and transparent energy regulator; create an effective organisation that delivers on its mandate and purpose; and evaluate the Energy Regulator’s effectiveness.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

R’000

R’000

275 024

234 968

99 829

109 042

88 421

359 793

384 066

323 389

61 213

62 219

41 725

-

-

-

61 213

62 219

41 725

298 579

321 847

281 664

351 185

346 832

316 717

16 169

20 479

14 087

335 016

326 354

302 631

Total Expenditure

(346 310)

(306 649)

(285 056)

Employee Costs

(230 063)

(213 601)

(195 919)

4 875

40 183

31 661

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

OFFICE BEARERS

Exchange Transactions

Chairperson: Mr Jacob RD Modise Deputy Chairperson: Ms Maleho Nkomo Regulator Members: Mr Yusuf Adam, Mr Christopher Forlee (CEO),

Non-Exchange Transactions

Mr Nhlanhla Gumede, Ms Nomfundo Maseti, Mr Muzi Mkhize, Mr Smunda Mokoena, Ms Zandile Mpungose, Mr Fungai Sibanda Chief Executive Officer: Nomalanga Sithole (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Nthupheni Ragimana (Acting) Senior Management: Masesi Malope (Chief Audit Executive), Paseka Nku (Chief Human Capital Officer), Mr Dennis Seemela (Acting Executive Manager: Electricity Regulation), Nomalanga Sithole (Executive Manager: Corporate Services) Communications Officers: Mr Charles Hlebela (Head: Communications), Ms Poppie Mahlangu (Media Relations and Social Media Practitioner)

R’000 259 964

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

11 537

63 023

50 291

(29 208)

(28 245)

(32 522)

226 270

243 941

290 263

553

-

150

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

253

253

253

Posts Filled

223

219

209

Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

NATIONAL NUCLEAR REGULATOR (NNR) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Eco Glades Office Park, Eco Glades 2, Block G, Witch-Hazel Avenue, Highveld Ext 75, Eco Park, Centurion, 0157

POSTAL: PO Box 7106, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 674 7100 FAX: 012 663 5513 WEB: nnr.co.za EMAIL: enquiry@nnr.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the National Nuclear Regulator (NNR) is to provide and maintain an effective and efficient national regulatory framework for the protection of people, property and the environment against nuclear damage. The NNR is primarily mandated to monitor and enforce regulatory safety standards for the achievement of safe operating conditions, prevention of nuclear accidents or mitigation of nuclear accident consequences, resulting in the protection of workers, the public, property and the environment against the potential harmful effects of ionizing radiation or radioactive material. To fulfil its mandate, the NNR advocates the development and maintenance of appropriate regulatory frameworks for enforcing regulatory radiation safety standards that are consistent with the recommendations of the International Commission on Radiation Protection (ICRP) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The NNR’s approach to regulatory functions is commensurate with the radiation risks associated with a specific facility or activity. These include functions such as safety case reviews and assessments, authorisations, compliance assurance inspections, enforcement, drafting of regulatory documents, and overseeing emergency planning and preparedness.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

111 093

95 180

116 743

103 938

112 323

119 306

215 031

207 503

236 049 40 364

36 196

36 207

36 649

46 151

57 595

Total Liabilities

72 844

82 357

97 958

Total Net Assets

142 186

125 145

138 091

Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

270 871

230 830

250 728

227 665

213 914

212 155

43 206

16 916

38 573

Total Expenditure

(253 830)

(243 776)

(235 942)

Employee Costs

(169 628)

(150 367)

(138 449)

17 041

(12 946)

14 785

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

12 219

564

43 265

Investing Activities

(3 212)

(3 971)

(11 804)

OFFICE BEARERS

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

71 209

71 606

83 355

Chairperson: Dr Thapelo Motshudi Deputy Chairperson: Ms Dineo Peta Board Members: Ms Vanessa Bendeman, Ms Lindelwa Dhlamini,

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

28

1 502

866

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Mr David Mamphitha, Mr Katse Maphoto, Mr Bernard Pelei Petlane, Mr Protas Phili, Dr Nomusa Qunta Chief Executive Officer: Dr Bismark Tyobeka Chief Financial Officer: Mr D Netshivhazwaulu Senior Management: Ms Ditebogo Kgomo (Executive: Nuclear Technology and NORM), Ms Louisa Mpete (Executive: Regulatory Improvement and Technical Services), Mr Orion Phillips (Executive: Nuclear Power Plant), Ms Anita Simon (Executive: Corporate Support Services) Communications Officers: Mr Gino Moonsamy (Manager: Communication and Stakeholder Relations)

Posts Approved

169

169

159

Posts Filled

149

149

138

HUMAN RESOURCES

PETROLEUM, OIL AND GAS CORPORATION OF SOUTH AFRICA (PETROSA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 151 Frans Conradie Drive, Parow, Cape Town POSTAL: Private Bag X5, Parow, 7499 TEL: 021 929 3000 FAX: 021 929 3144 WEB: www.petrosa.co.za EMAIL: petrosa@petrosa.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Petroleum, Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (PetroSA) is to be the leading provider of hydrocarbons and related quality products by leveraging its proven technologies and harnessing its human capital for the benefit of its stakeholders. The core strategic function of PetroSA is to make it possible for the government of South Africa to: improve the supply of fuel, oil and gas to the country; mitigate the impact of oil price variations and foreign currency fluctuations; drive transformation initiatives in the South African oil, gas, fuel and petrochemical value chain; champion, support and entrench the growth of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) in the sector; manage the contingency crude oil reserves and the strategic

petroleum assets of the government; access upstream petroleum assets for the benefit of the citizens of South Africa; and competitively operate PetroSA in a sustainable commercial manner.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Frans Baleni Board Members: Mr Llewellyn Delport, Mr Leon Haywood, Dr Len Konar, Ms Bongi Masinga, Mr Solomzi Tshiki, Ms Nomagcisa Tsipa-Sipoyo, Mr Mthozami Xiphu Chief Executive Officer: Mr Pragasen Naidoo Chief Financial Officer: Ms Alison Futter (Acting)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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President: Trade Supply and Logistics), Ms Marlene Khumalo (Group Company Secretary), Mr Thabiso Manne (Acting Vice President: New Ventures Midstream), Mr Omphile Mohapanele (Acting Vice President: Human Capital), Mr Bongani Sayidini (Vice President: New Ventures Upstream)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets

7 018 804

7 856 419

6 640 113

Non-Current Assets

7 374 750

10 655 077

8 825 362

14 393 554

18 511 496

15 465 475

3 155 305

4 414 816

2 642 253

15 703 091

13 598 426

10 750 150

18 858 396

18 013 242

13 392 403

(4 464 842)

498 254

2 073 072

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

14 928 286

12 913 633

11 695 403

Total Expenditure

(20 507 347)

(14 997 059)

(12 087 684)

Employee Costs

(1 247 918)

(1 148 469)

(1 056 590)

(5 579 161) (2 082 426)

(392 281)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

563 735

558 079

1 168 474

Investing Activities

(386 213)

(660 524)

(1 097 767)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

2 873 915

2 657 234

2 295 221

52 431

256

17 341

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

SOUTH AFRICAN DIAMOND AND PRECIOUS METALS REGULATOR (SADPMR) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: SA Diamond Centre, 251 Fox Street, Cnr Berea & Fox Streets, Johannesburg

POSTAL: PO Box 16001, Doornfontein, 2028 TEL: 011 223 7000 FAX: 011 334 8980 WEB: www.sadpmr.co.za EMAIL: info@sadpmr.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Diamond and Precious Metals Regulator is to render regulatory services by ensuring compliance with legislation, skills transfer, business development support, equitable access to resources, and local beneficiation. The Regulator’s key strategic objectives are to: ensure competitiveness, sustainable development and job creation in the diamond and precious metals industry; ensure effective transformation of the diamond and precious metals sectors; ensure equitable access to resources for local beneficiation; ensure compliance with the legislative requirements; and improve organisational capacity for maximum execution brilliance.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

52 602

62 472

73 076

13 626

8 150

8 611

66 228

70 622

81 687

6 905

12 587

18 845

755

1 029

1 327

7 660

13 616

20 172

58 568

57 006

60 046 105 929

Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

Chief Operations Officer: Mr Kholly Zono Senior Management: Mr Odoi Paul Qabaniso Chibambo (Acting Vice

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Abiel Mngomezulu Board Members: Mr Warren Adams, Mr Ernest Blom, Mr Cecil Khosa (CEO), Ms Kanyisa Macingwane, Ms Lebogang Madiba, Ms Mmadikeledi Malebe, Ms Mandla Mnguni, Mr Senna Mokoena, Maj Gen Ntombifuthi Hazel Mokoena, Ms Mpho Mosing, Mr Gontse Mphake, Ms Ntombifuthi Mvelase, Mr Charles Nevhutanda, Ms Rebone Nkambule, Mr Raymond Paola, Mr Yershen Pillay, Mr Kholofelo Serokane, Adv Nicolaas Van Rooyen Chief Executive Officer: Mr Cecil Khosa Chief Financial Officer: Ms Clarinda Simpson Senior Management: Ms Jacky Lenka (Acting General Manager: Regulatory Compliance), Mr Conrad Mlondo (General Manager: Diamond Trade), Adv Martinus Mononela (General Manager: Legal Services), Ms Linda Nkhumishe (General Manager: Corporate Services), Ms Karabo Sibanyoni (Company Secretary) Communications Officers: Ms Dithuso Makhalanyane

Total Revenue

109 894

113 817

Exchange Transactions

44 518

49 622

46 731

Non-Exchange Transactions

44 518

64 195

59 198

Total Expenditure

(108 519)

(103 026)

(98 871)

Employee Costs

(79 739)

(77 956)

(73 883)

1 562

10 791

7 104

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(2 640)

5 570

9 284

Investing Activities

(11 521)

(3 180)

(2 279)

13 106

27 496

40 471

188

125

1 323

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

129

130

128

Posts Filled

119

121

121

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ENERGY DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (SANEDI) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: First Floor, CEF House, Upper Grayston Office Park, 152 Ann Crescent, Strathavon, Sandton

POSTAL: PO Box 9935, Sandton, 2146 TEL: 011 038 4300 WEB: www.sanedi.org.za EMAIL: information@sanedi.org.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) is to advance innovation of clean energy solutions and rational energy use, which effectively supports South Africa’s national energy objectives and the transition towards a sustainable low-carbon energy future. SANEDI’s main function is to direct, monitor and conduct applied energy research and development, demonstration and deployment, as well to undertake specific measures to promote the uptake of green energy and energy efficiency in South Africa.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

253 510

238 542

249 994

8 954

8 523

6 926

262 464

247 065

256 920

30 591

36 886

74 114

-

-

-

30 591

36 886

74 114

231 873

210 179

182 806

96 333

117 440

142 597

17 391

20 341

17 744

78 942

97 099

124 853

Total Expenditure

(74 640)

(90 066)

(146 430)

Employee Costs

(38 203)

(36 406)

(47 437)

21 693

27 374

(3 833)

Operating Activities

23 760

(10 036)

(4 454)

Investing Activities

(4 250)

(5 308)

(6 363)

249 029

229 520

244 864

2

1 727

66

2017/18

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

Chairperson: Mr Nkululeko Buthelezi (Interim) Board Members: Mr Gerhard Fourie, Ms Phuthanang Motsielwa,

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Mr Mmboneni Muofhe, Ms Nomawethu Qase, Ms Deborah Ramalope Chief Executive Officer: Ms Lethabo Manamela (Interim) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Lethabo Manamela (CFO and Interim CEO) Senior Management: Dr Minnesh Bipath (General Manager: Smart Grids), Mr Barry Bredenkamp (General Manager: Energy Efficiency), Ms Keorapetse Kgaswane (Project Officer: Smart Grids), Ms Denise Lundall (Project Officer: Cool Surface Project), Mr David Mahuma (General Manager: Working for Energy), Sizwe Mhlangu (Corporate Planner), Ms Ashanti Mogosetsi (Project Manager: Appliance Standards and Labelling), Ms Lusanda Radebe (Project Manager: Working for Energy), Mr Tebogo Snyer (Project Manager: Working for Energy), Mr Teslim Yusuf (Project Manager) Communications Officers: Mr Funanani Netshitomboni (Acting Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Lead)

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

58

59

63

Posts Filled

52

56

59

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

SOUTH AFRICAN NUCLEAR ENERGY CORPORATION (NECSA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Elias Motsoaledi Street (Church Street West Extension), R104 Pelindaba, Madibeng District, North West, 0240

POSTAL: PO Box 582, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 305 4911 FAX: 012 305 3111 WEB: www.necsa.co.za EMAIL: communication@necsa.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation SOC Ltd (NECSA) is to develop, utilise and manage nuclear technology for national and regional socio-economic development through: applied research and development; commercial application of nuclear and associated technology; fulfilling the state’s nuclear obligations; contributing to the development of skills in science and technology; total commitment to health, safety and care for the environment; developing and empowering its human resource base; and satisfying stakeholder expectations.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Liabilities

Chairperson: Mr David Nicholls Board Members: Ms Adila Chowan, Dr Gregory Davids, Mr Mashukudu

Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

James Maboa, Dr Namane Magau, Ms Senamile Masango, Ms Letlhogonolo Noge-Tungamirai, Mr Joseph Shayi Chief Executive Officer: Mr Loyiso Tyabashe Chief Financial Officer: Ms HNB Khumalo Senior Management: A Chikane (Acting Chief Information Officer), Mr Z Ismail (Acting Chief Audit Officer), Mr FM Mkhabela (Chief Risk Officer), Mr M Mondi (Group Executive: Human Resources and Real Estate and Asset Management), Mr Ayanda Myoli (Divisional Executive: Engineering and Technical Services), Mr U Natha (General Manager: Strategy and Performance), Mr MU Ramatsui (Chief Executive: Pelindaba Enterprises), Ms MA Rasweswe (Group Executive: Nuclear Compliance and Services), Ms NF Tengimfene (General Manager: Corporate Communication and Stakeholder Relations), Mr TJ Tselane (Chief Technology Officer), Dr JR Zeevart (Acting Divisional Executive: Research and Technology Development)

Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 236 425

1 432 446

2 119 382

6 524 053

6 610 884

5 815 172

7 760 478

8 043 330

7 934 554

498 607

868 126

1 101 057

6 451 327

6 424 124

5 283 829

6 949 934

7 292 250

6 384 886

810 544

757 131

1 549 668

2 720 062

4 005 232

3 356 847

Total Expenditure

(2 851 575)

(4 127 115)

(3 463 835)

Employee Costs

(1 041 332)

(1 085 250)

(985 583)

(131 513)

(121 883)

(106 988)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(365 404)

(284 826)

115 992

Investing Activities

68 031

290 726

(629 920)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

171 881

324 909

475 697

7 504

335 138

74 423

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 017

2 083

1 936

1 821

1 900

1 962

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

STATE DIAMOND TRADER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Jewel City, 225 Main Street, Marshalltown, Johannesburg, 2001 POSTAL: PO Box 61212, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 334 2691 WEB: www.statediamondtrader.gov.za EMAIL: info@statediamondtrader.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the State Diamond Trader SOC Ltd is to: ensure acquisition of and equitable access to rough diamonds, with particular focus on Historically Disadvantaged South Africans (HDSAs); promote the growth of the industry through relevant interventions; and establish and maintain a transformed client base of local diamond beneficiators. The State Diamond Trader’s main business is to buy and sell rough diamonds in order to promote equitable access to and beneficiation of diamond resources. Its main aim is to address distortions in the diamond industry and correct historical market failures to develop and grow South Africa’s diamond cutting and polishing industry.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

42 403

119 032

62 606

1 052

695

750

43 455

119 727

63 356

2 293

61 680

2 251

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

2 293

61 680

2 251

Total Net Assets

41 161

58 047

61 105

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

233 984

628 747

776 076

(250 507)

(631 805)

(768 233)

(12 136)

(14 320)

(14 235)

(16 523)

(3 058)

7 843

(74 842)

61 268

6 314

(94)

(234)

(81)

24 226

99 743

38 709

994

675

665

CASH FLOW

OFFICE BEARERS

Operating Activities

Chairperson: Mr MJ Carstens Board Members: Mr B Deka, Mr G Du Plessis, Mr I Goondiwalla,

Investing Activities

Mr MW Mabapa, Mr RL Mabece, Dr M Matlou, Ms M McMaster, Mr KJ Menoe, Mr SM Mnguni (CEO Ex-Officio), Maj Gen N Mokoena, Mr SM Motloung Chief Executive Officer: Mr SM Mnguni Chief Financial Officer: Ms Nelisile Mncwango Chief Operations Officer: Mr C van der Ross Senior Management: Ms N Kobuwe (Marketing Officer), Mr N Mabaso (HR Manager), Ms NC Sibeko (Legal Officer and Company Secretary) Communications Officers: Ms Ntombizodwa Kobuwe

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION (DSI) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: DST Building (Building no. 53), CSIR Campus (South Gate

science & innovation

Entrance), Meiring Naudé Road, Brummeria, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X894, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 843 6300 FAX: 012 349 1037 WEB: www.dst.gov.za EMAIL: webmaster@dst.gov.za

Department: Science and I nnovation REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) seeks to boost socioeconomic development in South Africa through research and innovation. To achieve its goals, the Department provides leadership, an enabling environment and resources for science, technology and innovation. Through its programmes (administration, technology innovation, international cooperation and resources, research development and support, and socio-economic innovation partnerships) and several entities that work alongside it, the Department is accomplishing groundbreaking science and enhancing the well-being of all South Africans.

MINISTER DR B NZIMANDE

DEPUTY MINISTER MR BUTI MANAMELA

DIRECTOR GENERAL DR P MJWARA

OFFICE BEARERS

Senior Management: Ms Buhle Khumalo (Chief Director: Science

Minister: Dr Blade Nzimande (Minister of Higher Education, Science and

Communications), Mr Matile Malimabe (Chief Information Officer), Ms Lisbeth Mlangeni (Office Manager: Office of the DG), Ms Rhulani Ngwenya (Chief Director: Human Resources) Communications Officers: Mr Ishmael Mnisi (Media Liaison Officer) Secretaries: Ms Thembi Mdepa (Personal Assistant: Director General)

Technology) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Mr Buti Manamela (Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology) (ANC) Director General: Dr Phil Mjwara Chief of Staff: Ms Eudy Mabuza Deputy Directors General: Mr Daan du Toit (International Cooperation and Resources), Ms Nombuyiselo Mokoena (Corporate Services), Dr Mmboneni Muofhe (Technology Innovation), Mr Imraan Patel (Socio-Economic Innovation Partnerships)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

8 203 909

8 036 485

7 593 318

Actual Expenditure

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

8 064 686

7 937 274

7 515 004

Employee Compensation

323 876

330 750

323 806

Goods and Services

207 059

215 402

190 347

7 541

9 042

20 649

194

1 210

2 733

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

490

490

2017/18 492

Posts Filled

380

400

428

ACADEMY OF SCIENCE OF SOUTH AFRICA (ASSAF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1st Floor, Block A, The Woods, 41 De Havilland Crescent, Persequor Park, Meiring Naudé Road, Lynnwood, Pretoria, Gauteng

POSTAL: PO Box 72135, Lynnwood Ridge, Pretoria, 0040 TEL: 012 349 6600 FAX: 012 349 5461 WEB: www.assaf.org.za EMAIL: info@assaf.org.za

OVERVIEW The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) aspires to be the apex organisation for science and scholarship in South Africa, recognised and connected both nationally and internationally. Through its membership, which represents the collective voice of the most active scholars in all fields of scholarly enquiry, ASSAf aims to generate evidence-based solutions to national problems. The mission of the Academy is to: recognise scholarly achievement and excellence in the application of scientific thinking for the benefit of society; mobilise members to ensure that they are available to contribute their expertise in the service of society; conduct systematic and evidence-based studies on issues of national importance, producing authoritative reports that have a significant impact on policy-making; promote the development of an indigenous system of South African research publications, increasing their quality, visibility, accessibility and impact; publish science-focused periodicals that will showcase the best of southern African research to a wide national and international audience; develop productive partnerships with national, regional and international organisations with a view to building its capacity in science and its application within the National System of Innovation (NSI); create diversified sources of funding for sustainable functioning and growth of a national academy; and communicate effectively with relevant stakeholders through various media and fora.

OFFICE BEARERS President: Prof Jonathan Jansen Vice President: Prof Stephanie Burton, Prof Sabina Essack (Vice President and General Secretary) Council Members: Prof Thomas Eugene Cloete (Treasurer), Prof Wim de Villiers, Prof Norman Duncan, Prof Irvy (Igle) Gledhill, Prof Evance Kalula, Prof Thokozani Majozi (Advisor), Prof Julian May, Prof Letlhokwa George Mpedi (Advisor), Prof Stella Nkomo (Advisor), Prof Refilwe Nancy Phaswana-Mafuya, Prof Christian Pirk, Prof Mary Scholes Director: Prof Himla Soodyall (Executive Officer)

Treasurer: Prof Thomas Eugene Cloete Senior Management: Mr Morakeng Chiloane (Finance Manager), Mrs Lynette du Plessis (Human Resources Manager), Mr Stanley Maphosa (International and National Liaison Manager), Mrs Susan Veldsman (Manager: Scholarly Publishing)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

21 241

19 321

29 256

205

400

368

21 446

19 721

29 623

13 691

12 009

19 997

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

13 691

12 009

19 997

Total Net Assets

7 755

7 712

9 627

52 611

56 477

48 910

2 133

2 677

2 492

50 479

53 800

46 418

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(52 568)

(58 392)

(48 736)

Employee Costs

(28 297)

(26 594)

(24 470)

43

(1 915)

174

Operating Activities

2 180

(8 056)

(1 620)

Investing Activities

(974)

(3 595)

(818)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

5 776

4 570

16 222

-

-

-

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

42

42

n/a

Posts Filled

42

42

36

COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (CSIR) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Meiring Naudé Road, Brummeria, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 395, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 841 2911 WEB: www.csir.co.za EMAIL: Enquiries@csir.co.za

OVERVIEW The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is a leading scientific and technology research organisation that researches and develops transformative technologies to accelerate socioeconomic prosperity in South Africa.

The organisation’s work contributes to industrial development and supports a capable state. The CSIR is an entity of the Department of Science and Innovation.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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The organisation plays a key role in supporting the public and private sectors through directed research that is aligned with the country’s priorities, the organisation’s mandate and its science, engineering and technology competences. The nine high-impact sectors identified by the CSIR to achieve its aims are the following industry advancement clusters: Advanced Agriculture and Food; Next Generation Health; Future Production: Chemicals; Future Production: Mining; Future Production: Manufacturing; Defence and Security Industry and society enabling clusters; Smart Places; Smart Mobility; and Next Generation Enterprises and Institutions. Our core values are the driving force behind our ability to conduct cutting-edge research and technological innovation to improve the quality of life of South Africans. These values make for an EPIC team – one that pursues Excellence, celebrates People, personifies Integrity, and welcomes Collaboration.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Prof Thokozani Majozi Board Members: Ms Phindile Baleni, Dr Amber-Robyn Childs, Dr Thulani Dlamini (CEO), Dr Ramatsemela Masango, Mr Stafford Masie, Ms Tiny Mokhabuki, Dr Vuyo Mthethwa, Mr Joel Netshitenzhe, Dr Christine Render, Mr Cassim Ebrahim Shariff Chief Executive Officer: Dr Thulani Dlamini Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ashraf Dindar Senior Management: Dr Rachel Chikwamba (Group Executive: Chemicals, Agriculture, Food and Health), Adv Esmé Kennedy (Group Executive: Legal, Compliance and Business Enablement), Mr Andile Mabindisa (Group Executive: Human Capital and Communications), Dr Motodi Maserumule (Group Executive: Mining, Manufacturing, Defence and Security), Ms Khungeka Njobe (Group Executive: Business Excellence and Integration) Communications Officers: Mr David Mandaha (Media Relations Manager), Ms Nolwazi Mwabi (Corporate Communications Manager), Mr Tendani Tsedu (General Manager: Strategic Communication)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 676 046

1 561 948

1 436 637

776 426

764 045

795 761

2 452 472

2 325 993

2 232 398

1 355 438

1 312 616

1 226 975

25 671

10 906

10 963

Total Liabilities

1 381 109

1 323 522

1 237 938

Total Net Assets

1 071 363

1 002 471

994 460

2 814 935

2 629 909

2 542 617

56 222

51 276

1 820 244

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

2 758 713

2 578 633

722 373

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(2 758 963)

(2 547 761)

(2 557 161)

Employee Costs

(1 454 565)

(1 586 816)

(1 538 913)

55 972

7 258

(14 078)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

52 204

180 211

81 180

Investing Activities

(43 259)

(40 403)

(87 640)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

1 253 837

1 241 468

1 100 600

1 369

5 799

3 059

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

2 468

n/a

n/a

Posts Filled

2 104

2 342

n/a

HUMAN SCIENCES RESEARCH COUNCIL (HSRC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 134 Pretorius Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X41, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 302 2000 FAX: 012 302 2001 WEB: www.hsrc.ac.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) is to be a research organisation that advances social sciences and humanities for public use. The HSRC undertakes and promotes research that is often largescale, multi-year, and collaborative in nature. It produces high-quality scientific evidence to inform further analysis, debate, advocacy and decision-making by role-players in government, the media, academia, and community-based groupings. The HSRC responds to the needs of vulnerable and marginalised groups in society through its research. It develops and makes available data sets underpinning research, policy development and public discussion of developmental issues. Through its work, the HSRC aims to inform policy development and good practice, thereby making a difference to the lives of people in South Africa and on the mother continent. The functions of the HSRC are to: initiate, undertake and foster strategic basic and applied research in human sciences; address developmental challenges in South Africa, Africa and globally by gathering, analysing and publishing data relevant to such challenges, by means of projects linked to public sector programmes; inform the effective formulation and monitoring of policy, as well as to evaluate the implementation thereof; stimulate public debate through the effective dissemination of act-based research results; help build research capacity and infrastructure for the human sciences; foster research collaboration, networks and institutional linkages; respond to the needs of marginalised groups in society through research and analysis of developmental issues, thus contributing to the improvement of their lives; develop and make available datasets underpinning research, policy development and public discussion of developmental issues; and develop new and improved methods for dataset use.

Chairperson: Prof Mvuyo Tom Board Members: Mrs Nasima Badsha, Prof Mark Bussin, Adv Roshan Dehal, Prof Relebohile Moletsane, Ms Precious Sibiya, Prof Lindiwe Zungu Chief Executive Officer: Prof Crain Soudien Deputy Chief Executive Officer: Prof Leickness Simbayi (Research) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Jacomien Rousseau Communications Officers: Ms Manusha Pillai

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

202 453

115 072

99 821

414 522

425 745

438 318

616 976

540 817

538 139

134 835

86 795

81 909

2 755

2 916

3 679

Total Liabilities

137 590

89 711

85 588

Total Net Assets

479 386

451 106

452 551

448 189

484 629

555 692

175 272

220 881

288 450

Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

272 917

264 116

267 242

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(419 906)

(486 078)

(556 512)

Employee Costs

(277 505)

(286 670)

(282 510)

28 283

(1 449)

(820)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

108 585

3 421

Investing Activities

(1 972)

(2 379)

(7 101)

151 411

44 798

43 755

270

1 316

370

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

(10 451)

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

499

n/a

2017/18 n/a

Posts Filled

468

538

558

NATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INNOVATION (NACI) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Ground Floor, Enterprise Building, Mark Shuttleworth Street, The Innovation Hub, Pretoria, 0001

POSTAL: Private Bag X894, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 844 0252 FAX: 086 681 0144 WEB: www.naci.org.za EMAIL: naci@dst.gov.za

National System of Innovation (NSI); promotion of cooperation within the NSI; structuring, governance and coordination of the Science and Technology (S&T) system; revision of the innovation policy; strategies for the promotion of all aspects of technological innovation; identification of Research and Development (R&D) priorities; and funding of the S&T system.

OFFICE BEARERS

OVERVIEW

Chairperson: Dr Shadrack Moephuli (Interim) Council Members: Ms Clare Busetti, Dr Mlungisi Cele (Acting CEO),

The mission of the National Advisory Council on Innovation (NACI) is to become a relevant, prominent, credible and responsive advisory body to the minister about national matters concerning innovation, including science and technology, thereby contributing to the achievement of the national objectives of South Africa. NACI gives effect to its mission by utilising accountable scientific approaches and the best available resources. NACI’s ideal is to be seen as the premier source of advice. The Council’s mandate involves: coordination and stimulation of the

Dr Thulani Dlamini, Mr Isaiah Clive Engelbrecht, Ms Ilse Karg, Ms Funeka Khumalo, Prof Tawana Kupe, Dr Tiisetso Lephoto, Mr Andrew Mabella , Dr Charity Mbileni-Morema, Mr Dhesigen Naidoo, Ms Mamello Matikinca Ngwenya, Dr Boitumelo Precious Phakathi, Prof Himla Soodyall, Mr Paul Steenkamp Chief Executive Officer: Dr Mlungisi Cele (Acting) Communications Officers: Ms Thina Litshani (DD: Administration and Coordination)

NATIONAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION (NRF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Meiring Naudé Road, Brummeria, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 2600, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 481 4000 WEB: www.nrf.ac.za EMAIL: info@nrf.ac.za

OVERVIEW The National Research Foundation (NRF) is as an agency of government. It receives its mandate from the National Research Foundation Act 23 of 1998, as amended. According to Section 3 of the Act, the object of the NRF is to contribute to national development by: supporting, promoting and advancing research and human capacity development through funding and the provision of the necessary research infrastructure, in order to facilitate the creation of knowledge, innovation and development in all fields of science and technology, including humanities, social sciences and indigenous knowledge; developing, supporting and maintaining national research facilities; supporting and promoting public awareness of, and engagement with, science; and promoting the development and maintenance of the national science system and support of Government priorities. The NRF’s vision is to identify and initiate pertinent and strategic partnerships with role-players within and beyond the National System of Innovation (NSI) to respond to national priorities and international agendas to benefit society and ensure a better life for all.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Nompumelelo Obokoh Board Members: Prof Haroon Bhorat (Member: Audit and Risk Committee), Ms Claire Busetti (Chairperson: Procurement Committee and Member: Audit and Risk Committee), Prof Glenda Gray (Member: Research Development Committee), Ms Mpho Letlape (Member: Remuneration and HR Committee), Mr Ronny Lubisi (Chairperson: Audit and Risk Committee and Member: Procurement Committee), Prof Tinyiko Maluleke (Member: Research Development Committee), Prof Nomalanga Mkhize (Member: Remuneration and HR Committee), Prof Sarah Mosoetsa (Chairperson: Remuneration and HR Committee and Member: Procurement Committee), Dr Bongani Ngqulunga (Member: Audit

and Risk Committee), Prof Nadine Petersen (Member: Research Development Committee), Prof Saurabh Sinha (Chairperson: Research Development Committee and Member: Remuneration and HR Committee), Prof Zeblon Vilakazi (Member: Procurement Committee) Chief Executive Officer: Dr Molapo Qhobela Chief Financial Officer: Mr Bishen Singh (CFO and Group Executive: Finance and Business Systems) Senior Management: Dr Beverley Damonse (Group Executive: Science Engagement and Corporate Relations), Ms Magda Marx (Board Secretary), Dr Phethiwe Matutu (Group Executive: Strategy Planning and Partnerships), Dr Clifford Nxomani (DCEO: National Research Infrastructure Platforms), Mr Kedirang Oagile (Group Executive: Human Resources and Legal Services), Dr Dorsamy Pillay (DCEO: Research and Innovation Support and Advancement [RISA]) Communications Officers: Ms Candice Molefe (Manager: Media and Internal Communications), Thabiso Nkone (Corporate Communications Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 782 032

1 843 244

1 534 182

2 677 130

2 660 806

2 705 189

4 459 162

4 504 050

4 239 371

1 785 302

1 784 254

1 478 813

n/a

-

36

1 785 302

1 784 254

1 478 849

2 673 860

2 719 796

2 760 522

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

3 944 252

4 116 915

4 610 623

151 774

141 548

126 520

3 975 367

4 484 103

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

3 792 478

Total Expenditure

(3 990 188)

Employee Costs

(763 262)

(716 351)

(642 284)

(45 936)

2 845

500 560

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

1 325

1 366

1 275

Posts Filled

1 270

1 219

1 196

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

(4 114 070) (4 085 922)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

403 915

467 045

648 996

(200 610)

(252 907)

(680 275)

861 056

657 789

463 408

19

4 380

30 487

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

SOUTH AFRICAN COUNCIL FOR NATURAL SCIENTIFIC PROFESSIONS (SACNASP) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Innovation Hub, Enterprise Building Suite L4, Mark Shuttleworth Street, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X540, Silverton, 0127 TEL: 012 748 6500 FAX: 086 206 0427 WEB: www.sacnasp.org.za EMAIL: sacnasp@sacnasp.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP) is to establish, direct, sustain and ensure a high level of professionalism and ethical conscience among its scientists. Their conduct should be internationally acceptable and in the broad interest of the community as outlined in the SACNASP code of conduct. SACNASP’s main objectives are to: promote the practice of the natural science professions in South Africa; ensure and administer the mandatory registration of natural scientists as required in terms of The Natural Scientific Professions Act of 2003; exercise control over the standard of conduct of professional natural scientists; monitor the standard of education and training of natural scientists; set standards for the recognition of education and training of natural scientists; and ensure that prospective registrants meet the educational standards required for registration.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Gerda Botha Deputy Chairperson: Prof KA Nephawe Council Members: Mr Neale Baartjes, Prof George Bredenkamp, Dr Roelof Coetzer, Prof Robin Crewe, Dr Jacqueline S Galpin, Dr Irvy Gledhill, Mr Poobalan Govender, Prof Mary Gulumian, Ms Petunia Masemola, Ms Thulisile Njapa Mashanda, Dr Monde Mayekiso, Mr Desmond Musetsho, Dr Wendy Ngoma, Mr Fhatuwani Ramagwede, Prof Brian Reilly, Dr Stephanus Terblanche, Dr Juanita van Heerden, Dr Philia Rixongile Vukea Chief Executive Officer: Dr Pradish Rampersadh Chief Financial Officer: Mr Terrence Mangalana Senior Management: Mrs Sarah van Aardt Communications Officers: Dr Matshidiso Matabane

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

R’000

R’000

R’000

21 518

20 255

22 383

203

205

266

21 721

20 460

22 649

20 119

19 761

23 789

-

-

-

20 119

19 761

23 789

1 602

699

(1 140)

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

20 017

20 115

15 004

Total Expenditure

(19 114)

(18 874)

(14 443)

Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

n/a

(8 227)

(7 142)

903

1 241

561 4 518

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(61)

(5 408)

Investing Activities

(656)

(220)

(51)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

8 854

9 572

15 200

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

24

24

n/a

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL SPACE AGENCY (SANSA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Enterprise Building, Mark Shuttleworth Street, Innovation Hub, Pretoria, 0087

POSTAL: PO Box 484, Silverton, 0127 TEL: 012 844 0500 FAX: 012 844 0396 WEB: www.sansa.org.za EMAIL: information@sansa.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African National Space Agency (SANSA) is to: deliver space-related services and products to the citizens of South Africa and the region; support, guide and conduct research

and development in space science and engineering, and the practical application of the innovations they generate; stimulate interest in science and develop human capacity in space science and technologies in

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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South Africa; create an environment that promotes industrial development; and nurture space-related partnerships to enhance South Africa’s standing in the community of nations. SANSA has five strategic programmes: SANSA Corporate Support Programme – ensures that SANSA functions optimally, with good corporate governance and operational efficiency within the Agency; Earth Observation Programme – focuses on utilisation of space to address day-to-day societal needs, including resource and environmental management, disaster management, food security, global change monitoring, health, safety and security, planning, development, and service delivery monitoring; Space Science Programme – drives scientific enquiry, knowledge creation, technology development and innovation; Space Operations Programme – the vehicle through which SANSA interfaces with space assets and supports the international space industry and, by so doing, elevates the country in the community of space-faring nations; and Space Engineering Programme – drives the maintenance of its satellite manufacturing capability to ensure a level of self-reliance and develop local technologies and skills.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Xoliswa Kakana Board Members: Mr Simphiwe Hamilton, Mr Eugene Jansen, Adv Icho Kealotswe-Matlou, Ms Nomfuneko Majaja, Ms Mbali Mfeka, Ms Lumka Msibi, Prof Azwinndini Muronga, Mr Ashley Naidoo, Ms Mariam Paul, Mr Johan Prinsloo, Ms Innocentia Pule, Mr Willie van Biljon Chief Executive Officer: Dr Valanathan Munsami Chief Financial Officer: Mr Daliwonga Bongoza Senior Management: Mr Raoul Hodges (Managing Director: SANSA Space Operations), Mr Amal Khatri (Executive Director: Space Programme), Dr Lee-Anne McKinnell (Managing Director: Space Science), Ms Andiswa Mlisa (Managing Director: SANSA Earth Observation), Ms Ann Slavin (Executive Director: Enterprise Services) Communications Officers: Ms Daleen Fouche, Ms Vaneshree Maharaj, Ms D Mogorosi

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

243 610

157 789

123 125

489 481

438 772

447 519

733 092

596 561

570 644

122 252

70 205

86 201

-

-

-

122 252

70 205

86 201

610 340

526 356

484 443

319 465

280 382

319 848

114 212

100 485

100 897

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

205 253

179 897

218 951

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(268 360)

(238 642)

(242 710)

Employee Costs

(125 101)

(115 700)

(110 475)

51 105

41 740

77 139

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

122 061

43 491

61 003

Investing Activities

(40 155)

(19 600)

(109 114)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

203 020

121 114

97 223

92

133

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

220

203

203

179

177

183

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION AGENCY (TIA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Tia House, 83 Lois Avenue, Menlyn, Pretoria, 0181 POSTAL: PO Box 172, Menlyn, Pretoria, 0063 TEL: 012 472 2700 WEB: www.tia.org.za EMAIL: customerservice@tia.org.za

OVERVIEW The Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) was established in terms of the TIA Act 26 of 2008, with the objective of stimulating and intensifying technological innovation in order to improve economic growth and the quality of life of all South Africans. This is achieved by developing and exploiting technological innovations. The TIA is a national public entity that serves as the key institutional intervention to bridge the innovation chasm between research and development from higher education institutions, science councils, public entities and private sectors, and commercialisation. The vision of the TIA is to be a leading technology innovation agency that stimulates and supports technological innovation to improve the quality of life for all South Africans. Its mission is to facilitate the translation of South Africa’s knowledge resources into sustainable socio-economic opportunities.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Butana Mboniswa (Interim) Board Members: Dr Stephen John Lennon, Dr Mziwandile Madikizela, Ms Joy Sebenzile Matsebula, Dr Patience Lethabo Mlengana, Mr Thabiso Gerald Ramasike, Dr Jan van de Loosdrecht Chief Executive Officer: Ms Patrick Krappie (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ismail Abdoola Senior Management: Ms Petro Dekker (Executive: Corporate Services), Mr Kobus Louw (Board Secretary), Mr Brian Mphahlene (Executive: Commercialisation), Ms Tandokazi Nquma-Moyo (Acting Executive: Innovation Enabling), Dr Vuyisile Phehane (Executive: Bio-economy) Communications Officers: Mr Vusi Langa (Head: Marketing and Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

R’000

R’000

R’000

158 121

179 435

134 629

51 393

61 910

54 319

209 514

241 345

188 948

Current Liabilities

54 814

62 405

26 705

Non-Current Liabilities

88 529

81 418

88 272

143 343

143 823

114 977

66 171

97 598

64 429

603 835

566 682

485 711

16 807

36 265

19 588

587 028

530 417

466 123

Total Assets

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(619 735)

(543 131)

(476 221)

Employee Costs

(108 998)

(105 087)

(98 717)

(15 976)

23 551

9 490

(16 118)

51 138

21 780

2 552

(3 670)

5 881

147 540

169 242

128 926

2 829

-

-

2017/18

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

192

n/a

n/a

Posts Filled

152

156

144

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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DEPARTMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT (DSBD)

small business development

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The dti, 77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X672, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 0861 843 384 / 012 394 5535/1813 WEB: www.dsbd.gov.za EMAIL: sbdinfo@dsbd.gov.za

Department: Small B u s ines s Development REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Small Business Development is to focus on enhanced support to small business and cooperatives, with an emphasis on programmes to advance entrepreneurship amongst women, the youth, and people with disabilities to contribute to job creation and economic growth. The Department’s objectives are to: facilitate the development and growth of small businesses and cooperatives to contribute to inclusive and shared economic growth and job creation through public and private sector procurement; facilitate partnerships with all spheres of government as well as the private sector to ensure mutual cooperation that will benefit small businesses and cooperatives; advocate for a conducive regulatory environment for small businesses and cooperatives to enable access to finance, investment, trade equitable and market access in an and sustainable manner; and facilitate radical economic transformation through increased participation of small businesses and cooperatives in the mainstream economy.

MINISTER MS K NTSHAVHENI

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Final Appropriation

2 458 146

1 489 782

1 476 221

Minister: Ms Khumbudzo Ntshavheni (Minister of Small Business

Actual Expenditure

2 391 009

1 419 518

1 459 552

137 073

133 036

129 006

Goods and Services

61 752

73 551

78 101

Capital Assets

4 225

6 483

6 458

350

752

207

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

209

208

210

183

192

185

Development) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Ms Rosemary Capa (Deputy Minister of Small Business Development) (ANC) Director General: Mr Lindokuhle Mkhumane (Acting)

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

DEPUTY MINISTER MS R CAPA

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

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SMALL ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (SEDA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The Fields, Office Block A, 1066 Burnett Street, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0833

POSTAL: PO Box 56714, Arcadia, 0007 TEL: 012 441 1000 / 0860 103 703 FAX: 012 441 2064 WEB: www.seda.org.za EMAIL: info@seda.org.za

OVERVIEW The Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda) is an agency of the Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) which provides non-financial support to small enterprises and cooperatives. Seda has by far the biggest network of offices in the country, with 53 branches including 46 co-location points. Seda has presence in some townships and rural areas and has programmes targeting youth and women. Seda supports 99 Technology Incubation Centres across the country, affording start-ups and new disruptive innovations a well-equipped and protected environment in which to develop and grow for a period of three years. Seda is adopting the district-based development approach to align support to the district economic sectors and in line with the Integrated Development Plans and Local Economic Development strategies to be able to make a real impact. Seda will now focus on Business Development Service (BDS) standards and practitioner capacitation in the district and management of the database according to the needs of the districts. In terms of this new model, Seda will no longer be providing all development services through its branches but will refer SMMEs to various providers in its database for support. Incubation has been proven to reduce the failure rate in the first few years for small enterprises. South Africa currently has 244 incubators and accelerators with tech incubation hubs making up only 20% of the network. The distribution of incubators and accelerators in the country

follows a similar pattern to that of the economy, with a high density in Gauteng of 37% or 91 and the Western Cape at 22% or 54. Another reality is that 86% of incubators are located in urban areas, with very few existing in townships and rural areas. Seda will focus on designing incubation models, managing national incubation standards, market assessments aimed at feeding opportunities to the ecosystem, influence or direct private sector and government spend accordingly, monitoring and evaluating the entire system, to name a few. Seda will also facilitate private sector partnerships for the establishment of digital hubs, with 41 new hubs to be added by the 2024 financial year, following a district model. The organisation still plans to launch 13 township tech hubs in the financial year 2020/21, about four of which are near completion.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Joy Matshediso Ndlovu (Acting) Board Members: Adv Derick Jeffrey Block, Mr Charl Gabriel de Kock, Ms Nomso Faith Kana, Mr Mzoxolo Maki (DSBD Representative), Mr Jim Matsho, Dr MJ Ndlovu, Ms Beatrice Tsakani Nkambule, Ms Suzan Mary-Ann Badanile Nyakale, Mr Mduduzi Mike Sibeko, Adv Mthokozisi Daluxolo Xulu Chief Executive Officer: Ms Ntokozo Majola (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Elias Maabane

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Senior Management: Ms Thenjiwe Dlamini (Acting Chief Strategy

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

and Information Officer), Ms Nosipho Khonkwane (Executive Manager: SEDA Technology Programme), Ms Thabang Serapelo (Acting Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Koenie Slabbert (Acting Executive Manager: Enterprise Development Division) Communications Officers: Mr Marius de Villiers (Senior Manager: Corporate Communication and Marketing)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

238 453

274 758

204 195

39 460

39 461

49 759

277 912

314 219

253 954

145 520

187 474

172 225

3 590

2 746

3 116

149 110

190 220

175 341

128 802

124 000

78 614

2018/19

2017/18 800 505

952 395

878 214

Exchange Transactions

35 680

31 980

78 593

Non-Exchange Transactions

916 714

846 234

721 912

Total Expenditure

(916 126)

(832 828)

(769 859)

Employee Costs

(367 398)

(340 041)

(326 303)

36 268

45 386

30 646

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(10 957)

73 165

114 535

Investing Activities

(14 607)

(6 347)

(7 942)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

204 013

261 043

194 225

23

1 269

2 026

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

713

704

696

Posts Filled

677

673

665

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

3 133 156

2 211 778

2 216 863

SMALL ENTERPRISE FINANCE AGENCY (SEFA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Byls Bridge Office Park, Building 14, Block D, 11 Byls Bridge Boulevard, Highveld Ext 73, Centurion, 0157

POSTAL: Private Bag X26, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 748 9600 / 086 000 7332 FAX: 012 394 2796 WEB: www.sefa.org.za EMAIL: helpline@sefa.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Small Enterprise Finance Agency SOC Ltd (SEFA) is to provide access to finance to survivalist businesses, and Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) throughout South Africa by: delivering wholesale and direct lending; providing credit guarantees to SMMEs; supporting the institutional strengthening of financial intermediaries so that they can be effective in assisting SMMEs; creating strategic partnerships with a range of institutions for sustainable SMME development and support; monitoring the effectiveness and impact of its financing, credit guarantee and capacity development activities; and developing (through partnerships) innovative finance products, tools and channels to catalyse increased market participation in the provision of affordable finance.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Total Assets Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

1 855 111

749 784

672 490

1 278 045

1 461 994

1 544 373

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

269 626

189 481

216 121

Total Expenditure

(694 457)

(481 949)

(512 437)

Employee Costs

(204 618)

(177 180)

(178 778)

(424 831)

(292 468)

(296 316)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

OFFICE BEARERS

CASH FLOW

Chairperson: Mr Andrew Martin-Robert Mahosi Board Members: Mr Justice Kganyago, Ms Delicate Lindi Mabuza,

Operating Activities

612 393

(260 728)

(169 854)

Investing Activities

25 968

54 455

(18 087)

Ms Mphokolo Makara, Ms Sedzani Mudau, Ms Ziyanda Ngcobo, Mr Maurice Radebe, Ms Hilda-Marie Tsoadi Chief Executive Officer: Mr Mxolisi Dalukhanyo Matshamba Chief Financial Officer: Ms Shoki Ralebepa Senior Management: Mr Nkosikhona Mbatha (Executive Manager: PIM and Workout), Ms Boitumelo Sefolo (Executive Manager: Direct Lending), Ms Nokonwaba Shwala (Executive Manager: Human Capital Management) Communications Officers: Ms Nothemba Gqiba (HOD: Marketing and Communications)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

1 535 374

664 962

492 398

7 529

12

460

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

249

n/a

n/a

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM (DT) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Tourism House, 17 Trevenna Street, Sunnyside, 0002 POSTAL: Private Bag X424, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 444 6000 / 0860 121 929 FAX: 012 444 7000 WEB: www.tourism.gov.za EMAIL: callcentre@tourism.gov.za

tourism Department: T ou ris m REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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The Department of Tourism is mandated under the Tourism Act 3 of 2014 to: promote the practise of responsible tourism for the benefit of the country and for the enjoyment of all its residents and foreign visitors; provide for the effective domestic and international marketing of South Africa as a tourist destination; promote quality tourism products and services; promote growth in and development of the tourism sector; and enhance cooperation and coordination between all spheres of government in developing and managing tourism. The National Development Plan (NDP) is the 2030 vision for the country. It recognises tourism as one of the main drivers of employment and economic growth. Tourism is also positioned as one of the six core pillars of growth in the country’s New Growth Path (NGP) framework. The National Tourism Sector Strategy (NTSS) provides a blueprint for the tourism sector in the pursuit of growth targets contained in the NGP. Through the Department’s NTSS, the tourism sector is committed to creating a total of 225 000 jobs by the year 2020. The Department’s objectives include ensuring that benefits of tourism are equitably shared amongst the people of South Africa, and planning for the empowerment of youth, women, and people with disabilities through entrepreneurial participation and opportunities. The Department’s focus is on increasing competitiveness within the tourism sector in South Africa. In the medium term, the Department aims to increase investment in the tourism sector, increase inbound tourism, entrench a culture of tourism amongst South Africans, and increase the sector’s contribution to job creation and economic growth.

OFFICE BEARERS

MINISTER MS N KUBAYI-NGUBANE

DEPUTY MINISTER MR AF MAHLALELA

DIRECTOR GENERAL MR V THARAGE

Deputy Directors General: Ms Shamilla Chettiar (Destination Development), Ms Aneme Malan (Tourism Research, Policy and International Relations), Ms Mmaditonki Setwaba (Tourism Sector Support Services) Senior Management: Mr Thabo Makhubedu (Head of Office: Director General), Mr Mosodi Paul Masemola (Parliamentary Liaison Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Blessing Manale (Chief Director: Communications), Ms Hlengiwe Nhlabathi (Media Liaison Officer) Secretaries: Ms Zoleka Ndudane (Private Secretary: Minister)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

2 486 133

2 287 098

2 167 281

Actual Expenditure

2 472 501

2 257 601

2 159 963

Minister: Ms Nkhensani Kubayi-Ngubane (Minister of Tourism) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Mr Amos Fish Mahlalela (Deputy Minister of Tourism)

Employee Compensation

329 395

314 452

296 240

Goods and Services

535 328

393 686

294 858

(ANC)

Capital Assets

20 035

105 554

222 616

8 424

13 808

1 030

2017/18

Director General: Mr Victor Tharage Chief of Staff: Mr Lebohang Tshabalala Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ralph Ackermann

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

520

514

520

Posts Filled

472

467

488

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

OVERVIEW

SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Bojanala House, 90 Protea Road, Chislehurston, Sandton, Johannesburg, 2196

POSTAL: Private Bag X10012, Sandton, 2146 TEL: 011 895 3000 FAX: 011 895 3001 WEB: www.southafrica.net EMAIL: travel@southafrica.net

OVERVIEW South African Tourism is the national tourism agency responsible for marketing South Africa as a destination internationally and domestically. The Agency’s objectives are to: develop and implement marketing strategies efficiently in the specific market segments; promote South Africa’s scenic beauty, diverse wildlife, ecotourism, and variety of cultures and heritage; realise South Africa’s potential as a big event destination; engender a travel and tourism culture among South Africans; use the more focused, cost-effective and customer-driven approach taken to its international marketing operations in a quest to ‘play smarter’ in the increasingly competitive global tourism market; continue including initiatives such as ongoing segmentation research into key spend and volume markets abroad, which highlight international growth areas where South African Tourism’s marketing efforts will reap the greatest returns; continue with its aggressive e-Business Tourism Growth Strategy, which incorporates fully-fledged research and a website; create market access by participating in major travel shows, coordinate advertising, public relations and direct mailing campaigns, and conduct familiarising trips with media, tour operators and travel agents to enhance understanding of South Africa as a leisure and business events destination; and be active in promoting South Africa as a destination for business tourism through its Business Tourism Unit, which works closely with sector representatives both abroad and in South Africa.

South African Tourism also focuses on encouraging the grading of establishments to enhance South Africa’s value proposition and seamless experiences for all tourists.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Siyabonga Dube Board Members: Ms Zola Baba-Tshefu, Ms Nomzamo Bhengu, Ms Michelle Constant, Mr Enver Duminy, Adv Mojanku Gumbi, Mr Thebeetsile ‘Thebe’ Ikalafeng, Mr Ravi Nadasen, Ms Kathleen Elizabeth Rivett-Carnac, Ms Dawn Elizabeth Robertson, Ms Lindiwe Sangweni-Siddo, Ms Gloria Serobe, Mr Mduduzi Zakwe Chief Executive Officer: Mr Sisa Ntshona Chief Financial Officer: Ms Nombulelo Guliwe Chief Operations Officer: Ms Sthembiso Dlamini Senior Management: Mr Darryl Erasmus (Chief Quality Assurance Officer), Adv Maseapo Kganedi (Head: Governance, Risk and Compliance, and Company Secretary), Mr Mzilikazi Themba Khumalo (Chief Marketing Officer), Ms Amanda Kotze-Nhlapo (Chief Convention Bureau Officer: NCB), Ms Bashni Muthaya (Chief Strategy Officer), Radikwena Phora (Head: Internal Audit) Communications Officers: Altaaf Kazi

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

698 128

638 357

608 532

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 569 873

1 447 913

1 370 075

156 531

118 349

123 946

1 413 341

1 329 564

1 246 129

90 367

94 183

89 647

Total Expenditure

(1 448 101)

(1 488 919)

(1 389 853)

788 495

732 540

698 180

Employee Costs

(230 038)

(237 717)

(194 380)

430 593

582 575

475 947

121 772

(41 006)

(19 789)

28 165

28 477

23 500

Total Liabilities

458 757

611 053

499 447

Operating Activities

17 832

40 730

21 620

Total Net Assets

329 738

121 487

198 733

Investing Activities

(2 229)

(5 021)

1 060

624 939

609 510

573 802

49 963

94 462

4 181

Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

202

202

202

Posts Filled

186

183

175

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE, INDUSTRY AND COMPETITION (THE DTIC) The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) was established in June 2019 by the incorporation of the Department: Economic Development (EDD) into the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti). Financial statements and audits have not been consolidated to reflect the new organisation. Financial results of the previous departments are shown separately below.

CONTACT DETAILS

the dtic

PHYSICAL: 77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria, 0002 POSTAL: Private Bag X84, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 086 184 3384 FAX: 086 184 3888 WEB: www.thedtic.gov.za EMAIL: contactus@thedti.gov.za

Department:

T rad e, I nd u st ry and C ompetition

REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) was established in June 2019 by the incorporation of the Department of Economic Development (EDD) into the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti). The mission of the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) is to promote structural transformation, towards a dynamic industrial and globally competitive economy; provide a predictable, competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment, conducive to investment, trade and enterprise development; broaden participation in the economy to strengthen economic development; and continually improve the skills and capabilities of the dtic to effectively deliver on its mandate and respond to the needs of South Africa’s economic citizens. The Department’s strategic objectives are to: facilitate transformation of the economy to promote industrial development, investment, competitiveness and employment creation; build mutually beneficial regional and global relations to advance South Africa’s trade, industrial policy and economic development objectives; facilitate broad-based economic participation through targeted interventions to achieve more inclusive growth; create a fair regulatory environment that enables investment, trade and enterprise development in an equitable and socially responsible manner; and promote a professional, ethical, dynamic, competitive and customer-focused working environment that ensures effective and efficient service delivery.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Ebrahim Patel (Minister of Trade and Industry) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Ms Nomalungelo Gina (Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry) (ANC), Mr Fikile Majola (Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry) (ANC) Director General: Mr Malcolm Simpson (Acting), Dr Monde Tom (Acting DG: EDD) Chief of Staff: Mr Moosa Ebrahim Chief Financial Officer: Mr Steven Hlahane (Acting), Mr Shabeer Khan Deputy Directors General: Mr Xavier Carim (International Trade and Economic Development Division), Ms Sarah Choane (Corporate Management and Services Division), Mr Stephen Hanival (Chief

MINISTER MR E PATEL

DEPUTY MINISTER MS N GINA

DEPUTY MINISTER MR F MAJOLA

Economist), Mr Yunus Hoosen (Acting Head: Investment South Africa), Ms Malebo Mabitje-Thompson (Industrial Development and Administration Division), Dr Shandokane Evelyn Masotja (Consumer and Corporate Regulation Division), Ms Lerato Mataboge (International Trade and Investment South Africa), Mr Zephenia Nhleko (Economic Planning and Coordination), Ms Thandi Phele (Acting DDG: Industrial Development Division), Mr Sipho Zikode (Special Economic Zones and Economic Transformation Division) Senior Management: Mr Siyabonga Chili (Community Outreach Officer: Office of the Deputy Minister Gina), Ms Reneva Fourie (Head of Office: Deputy Minister), Ms Jodi Scholtz (Group Chief Operations Officer), Mr Thulani Skhosana (Technical Director: Deputy Minister), Mr Monaheng Tseeke (Community Outreach Officer), Ms Nozipho Xulu (Head of Office: Deputy Minister) Communications Officers: Mr Thembinkosi Gamlashe (Director: Communications), Mr Sidwell Medupe (Departmental Spokesperson), Ms Tsholofelo Mushi (Parliamentary Officer: Office of the Minister), Ms Sthembile Lindiwe Shongwe (Parliamentary Officer: Office of the Deputy Minister Gina) Secretaries: Ms Aldene Appolis (Private Secretary: Minister), Mr Mfundo Mayeza (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister Gina), Ms Ellen Msiza (Personal Assistant: Director General), Ms Inze Neethling (Personal Assistant: Minister), Ms Snenhlanhla Ntazi (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister Majola)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

DEPARTMENT: TRADE AND INDUSTRY (DTI)

AUDIT OUTCOME

DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (EDD)

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

10 236 547

9 661 515

9 449 833

Total Final Appropriation

Actual Expenditure

10 007 873

9 534 080

9 248 248

Actual Expenditure

995 215

982 100

946 790

Employee Compensation

689 048

711 890

643 727

Goods and Services

11 817

18 043

25 146

-

106

68

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 053 408

1 221 949

1 081 797

968 247

1 044 548

913 321

83 312

91 082

88 523

41 480

40 908

44 109

746

823

1 048

-

50

196

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

1 228

1 209

1 271

Posts Approved

121

116

133

Posts Filled

1 153

1 194

1 225

Posts Filled

92

103

119

HUMAN RESOURCES

COMPANIES AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMMISSION (CIPC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The dti Campus, Entfutfukweni, Block F, 77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria, 0002

POSTAL: PO Box 429, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 086 100 2472 / 012 394 9573 WEB: www.cipc.co.za/za EMAIL: info@cipc.co.za

OVERVIEW Since its inception in May 2011, the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has been undergoing a sustained and rapid transformation in order to improve its service delivery and to contribute meaningfully to South Africa’s developmental and economic needs. CIPC has come a long way from being an administrative organisation with little or no regulatory focus; an almost exclusively manual, paperbased process, resulting in capturing errors and lost documents; and plagued by outdated and unrealiable ICT infrastructure and ICT governance. Great strides have been made with the mordernisation of the organisation through the upgrading of its ICT infrastructure and the introduction of new and improved online services for company registration, name reservations, annual returns, director and member changes, financial year-end changes, address changes, and trademark, patent, design and copyright in film applications. CIPC plans to digitise all its business processes to ensure ease, speed of transacting and availability anywhere in the world, 24/7. Self-service terminals (SSTs) were introduced in Pretoria, Johannesburg and Cape Town, offering an opportunity for service delivery as they provide automated services that are linked to biometric verification of transacting parties. In 2014, an office providing a dedicated service to listed companies was established. CIPC has continued collaboration efforts with major banks such as FNB, ABSA and STD bank, key partners such as SARS, TRANSNET and DHA, to provide more integrated services and an increase in the choice of channels for improving the ease of doing business. CIPC is also honoured to host a One-Stop-Investment Centre for foreign nationals as a collaboration partner of InvestSA.

OFFICE BEARERS Commissioner: Adv Rory Voller Chief Financial Officer: Mr Mahomed Jassat Senior Management: Mr Lungile Dukwana (Chief Strategy Executive), Ms Hamida Fakira (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Ms Bathabile Kapumha (Divisional Manager: Governance, Compliance and Risk), Mr Andre Kritzingler (Executive Manager: Business

Intelligence and Systems), Ms Masabatha Mahlangu (Divisional Manager), Ms Nomonde Maimela (Executive Manager: Innovation and Creativity), Mr Mpho Mathose (Chief Audit Executive), Dr Nompumelelo Obokoh (Divisional Manager) Communications Officers: Ms Tshiamo Zebediela (Communication Specialist)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

610 831

769 505

675 636

64 714

74 615

68 094

675 545

844 120

743 730

172 350

422 907

155 710

66

5

2 994

172 416

422 912

158 704

503 129

421 208

585 026

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

602 051

566 891

597 051

228 166

234 103

277 638

373 885

332 788

319 413

Total Expenditure

(520 129)

(485 309)

(477 276)

Employee Costs

(348 130)

(325 425)

(323 754)

81 922

81 582

119 673

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

85 033

125 102

140 047

Investing Activities

(5 376)

(30 394)

(25 365)

595 496

761 239

666 531

340

-

24

2017/18

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

640

640

640

Posts Filled

480

490

500

COMPANIES TRIBUNAL CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The dti Campus, 77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria, 0002 POSTAL: The Registry Office, PO Box 27549, Sunnyside, Pretoria, 0132 TEL: 012 394 1000/3800 WEB: www.companiestribunal.org.za EMAIL: registry@companiestribunal.org.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

OVERVIEW

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

4 506

10 174

11 887

2 319

2 023

1 762

6 825

12 197

13 649

2 947

1 684

1 846

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

2 947

1 684

1 846

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

3 878

10 513

11 804

Chairperson: Dr Mohamed Alli Chicktay Tribunal Members: Adv Ishara Bodasing, Prof Piet Delport, Ms Lucia

Total Revenue

19 781

19 091

18 474

743

819

1 259

19 037

18 272

17 215

Total Expenditure

(26 416)

(20 381)

(21 737)

Employee Costs

(16 755)

(11 692)

(12 333)

(6 635)

(1 290)

(3 263)

The mission of the Companies Tribunal is to adjudicate applications made in terms of Section 195 of the Companies Act (2008) and make orders in respect of such applications, and to facilitate the resolution of companies disputes through conciliation, mediation and arbitration. The Tribunal’s mandate is to: adjudicate in relation to any application that may be made to it in terms of the Act and make any order provided for in the Act in respect of any such application; assist in the resolution of disputes; and perform any other function assigned to it by or in terms of the Act.

Glass, Mr Khashane Manamela, Mrs Matshego Ramagaga, Mr Lindelani Sikhitha, Ms Khatija Tootla, Ms Bongekile Zulu Registrar: Mr Selby Magwasha Chief Financial Officer: Ms Irene Mathatho Chief Operations Officer: Ms Maletlatsa Monica Ledingwane Senior Management: Mr Simukele Khoza (Manager: Communications and Marketing) Communications Officers: Ms Charmaine Galloway (Executive Support), Mr Dumisani Mthalane (Communications and Marketing Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(50 100)

(1 102)

(2 373)

Investing Activities

(584)

(521)

(1 200)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

4 202

9 866

11 509

3

-

-

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

14

15

15

Posts Filled

13

12

13

COMPETITION COMMISSION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The dti Campus, Mulayo (Block C), 77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X23, Lynwood Ridge, 0040 TEL: 012 394 3200 / 3320 WEB: www.compcom.co.za EMAIL: ccsa@compcom.co.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The Competition Commission is empowered by the Competition Act to investigate, control and evaluate restrictive business practices, abuse of dominant positions and mergers in order to achieve equity and efficiency in the South African economy. Its purpose is to promote and maintain competition in South Africa in order to: promote the efficiency, adaptability and development of the economy; provide consumers with competitive prices and product choices; promote employment and advance the social and economic welfare of South Africans; expand opportunities for South African participation in world markets and recognise the role of foreign competition in the country; ensure that small- and medium-sized enterprises have an equitable opportunity to participate in the economy; and promote a greater spread of ownership, in particular to increase the ownership stakes of historically disadvantaged persons. To achieve its purpose, the Commission’s core functions are the following: implement measures to increase market transparency; implement measures to develop public awareness of the provisions of the Act; investigate and evaluate alleged anti-competitive conduct; conduct formal inquiry in respect of the general state of competition in a market; grant or refuse applications for exemption from the application of the Act; authorise, with or without conditions, prohibit or refer mergers of which it receives notice; negotiate and conclude consent orders; refer matters to the Competition Tribunal of South Africa (the Tribunal) and appear before the Tribunal when required; negotiate agreements with any regulatory authority to coordinate and harmonise the exercise of jurisdiction over competition matters within the relevant industry or sector, and ensure the consistent application of the principles of the Act; participate in the proceedings of any regulatory authority; advise and receive advice from any regulatory authority; review legislation and public regulations, and report to the Minister concerning any provision that permits uncompetitive behaviour; and deal with any other matter referred to it by the Tribunal.

Commissioner: Mr Tembinkosi Bonakele Deputy Commissioner: Mr Hardin Ratshisusu Chief Financial Officer: Mr Amos Moledi Senior Management: Ms Thembalethu Buthelezi (Acting Divisional Manager: Market Conduct), Mr Andile Gwabeni (Divisional Manager: Corporate Services and Human Capital), Mr James Hodge (Chief Economist; Divisional Manager: Economic Research Bureau; and Acting Deputy Commissioner), Mr Bukhosibakhe Majenge (Divisional Manager: Legal Services: and Acting Deputy Commissioner), Mr Makgale Mohlala (Divisional Manager: Cartels), Mr Amos Moledi (Corporate Services Division), Mr Mduduzi Msibi (Company Secretary), Ms Nompucuko Nontombana (Divisional Manager: Market Conduct), Ms Tamara Paremoer (Divisional Manager: Mergers and Acquisitions), Ms Khanyisa Qobo (Divisional Manager: Advocacy), Ms Mapato Ramokgopa (Acting Divisional Manager: Office of the Commissioner) Communications Officers: Mr Siyabulela Makunga (Head: Communication / Spokesperson)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

52 866

42 468

73 746

19 571

22 791

25 445

72 437

65 259

99 191

44 212

73 974

133 063

-

-

861

Total Liabilities

44 212

73 974

133 294

Total Net Assets

28 225

(8 715)

(34 733)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW 369 294

384 306

352 756

Operating Activities

397 207

5 639

(69 184)

73 856

102 518

84 402

Investing Activities

(1 803)

(3 059)

(8 840)

295 438

281 788

268 354

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

39 643

5 069

3 401

Total Expenditure

(332 384)

(360 874)

(420 553)

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

20 025

39 224

71 586

Employee Costs

(224 091)

(223 793)

(210 782)

36 910

23 432

(69 324)

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

209

n/a

n/a

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

COMPETITION TRIBUNAL CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The dti Campus, Mulayo Building, 77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X24, Sunnyside, 0132 TEL: 012 394 3300 FAX: 012 394 1069 WEB: www.comptrib.co.za EMAIL: ctsa@comptrib.co.za

OVERVIEW The Competition Tribunal adjudicates competition matters, in accordance with the Act, and has jurisdiction throughout South Africa. It is independent and subject to the Constitution and the law. It must be impartial and perform its functions without fear, favour or prejudice. When a matter is referred to it in terms of the Act, the tribunal must: adjudicate complaints of prohibited conduct (restrictive practice and abuse of dominance); impose a remedy; award costs; grant an order for interim relief; authorise or prohibit a large merger; and adjudicate appeals from the Commission’s decisions on intermediate mergers and exemptions.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Mondo Mazwai Deputy Chairperson: Mr Enver Daniels Tribunal Members: Ms Yasmin Carrim, Mr Halton Cheadle, Ms Andiswa Ndoni, Mr Anton Roskam, Ms Fiona Tregenna, Mr Imraan Valodia, Dr Thando Vilakazi, Mr Andreas Wessels Chief Financial Officer: Ms Devrani Moonsamy (Head: Finance) Chief Operations Officer: Mr Oliver Josie Senior Management: Mr Junior Khumalo (Head: Case Management), Ms Tebogo Mputle (Head: Registry) Communications Officers: Ms Gillian De Gouveia, Ms Lufuno Ramaru

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

26 568

22 130

17 357

4 648

4 790

4 448

31 216

26 920

21 805

Current Liabilities

3 529

2 839

3 512

Non-Current Liabilities

1 349

1 891

1 146

4 878

4 730

4 658

26 338

22 190

17 147 47 145

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

52 835

53 709

Exchange Transactions

16 683

18 623

17 104

Non-Exchange Transactions

36 172

35 086

30 041

Total Expenditure

(46 687)

(48 666)

(47 465)

Employee Costs

(30 514)

(29 506)

(27 576)

4 148

5 043

(320) 2 432

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

4 985

6 655

Investing Activities

(610)

(902)

(931)

24 293

20 102

14 509

33

54

85

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

22

n/a

n/a

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

EXPORT CREDIT INSURANCE CORPORATION OF SOUTH AFRICA SOC LTD (ECIC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Block C7 & C8, Eco Origins Office Park, 349 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Highveld Ext 79, Centurion, 0157

POSTAL: PO Box 7075, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 471 3800 FAX: 012 471 3850 WEB: www.ecic.co.za EMAIL: info@ecic.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (ECIC) is to provide export credit and investment insurance solutions in support of South African capital goods and services by applying best practice risk management principles. To support this mandate, the ECIC evaluates export credit and foreign investment risks and provides export credit and foreign investment insurance cover on behalf of the government; and underwrites medium and long-term loans, including equity investments for the export of capital goods and services from South Africa.

The ECIC extends its services as far as it can, consistent with preserving the financial viability essential to its long-term support of capital goods and services; and provides sound and efficient financial services that contribute to public confidence and comply with international standards. Through its mission, the Corporation is committed to reaching the strategic goals of the government, namely: acceleration of economic growth; creation and preservation of employment opportunities; and the reduction of economic inequalities.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Dheven Dharmalingam Board Members: Ms Lerato Mataboge , Ms Vuyelwa Matsiliza, Mr Sisa Mayekiso, Ms Lerato Mothae, Ms Siobhain O’Mahony, Ms Deshni Subbiah Chief Executive Officer: Mr Kutoane Kutoane Chief Financial Officer: Ms Noluthando Mkhathazo Chief Operations Officer: Mr Mandisi Nkuhlu Senior Management: Mr Sias Esterhuizen (Chief Actuarial and Investment), Mr Charles Kgoale (Company Secretary), Mr Warren Koen (Manager: Office of the CEO), Ms Mmapula Madonsela (Manager: Human Capital Manager), Mr Ntshegendzeni Maphula (General Counsel), Mr John Omollo (Chief Risk Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Ismail Carr (Head: Marketing and Communications), Ms Dhesh Nelson (PR and Communications Specialist)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Total Assets

2019/20 Clean Audit

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

10 784 073

9 734 640

8 539 519

Total Liabilities

4 734 456

4 721 038

4 509 474

Total Net Assets

6 049 617

5 013 602

4 030 045

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

1 479 861

1 532 075

1 340 531

Total Expenditure

(1 465 516)

(1 516 090)

(378 378)

Employee Costs

(90 412)

(91 580)

(82 251)

14 345

15 985

962 153

Operating Activities

(227 061)

(162 670)

404 549

Investing Activities

204 595

300 839

(505 028)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

331 400

351 114

154 467

-

407

434

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (IDC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 19 Fredman Drive, Sandton, Johannesburg POSTAL: PO Box 784055, Sandton, 2146 TEL: 011 269 3000 FAX: 011 269 3116 WEB: www.idc.co.za EMAIL: callcentre@idc.co.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Limited (IDC) was established in 1940 by Parliament’s Industrial Development Corporation act No 22 of 1940. The corporation was established to spearhead the development of domestic industrial capacity, especially in view of the shortage of manufactured goods experienced as a result of the disruption of trade between Europe and South Africa during the Second World War. Since its establishment, the corporation has been instrumental in implementing South Africa’s industrial development policy, establishing some of the industries that have since become cornerstones of the country’s manufacturing sector. These include the petrol-chemicals, mining and mineral beneficiation industries, fabricated metals, agroindustries, and clothing and textiles among others. Although our priorities and focus areas have evolved over the years in line with the policy direction of our shareholder (Government), the IDC remains committed to its objectives of developing South Africa and the continent’s industrial capacity and, in doing so, playing a major role in facilitating job creation. By strengthening industrial capacity, the corporation achieves specific outcomes, the most important of which is to facilitate the creation of employment opportunities through companies we fund. The IDC remains committed to promoting sustainable growth and increasing sectoral diversity, thereby boosting local production of goods. In addition to job creation, IDC funding helps to promote regional development as well as economic integration including advancing Black Economic Empowerment initiatives. Furthermore, our role in the rest of Africa remains to proactively develop and implement strategies that create linkages and integrate value chains across the continent. Through our subsidiary sefa, the Corporation has played a critical role in promoting entrepreneurial development by supporting Small Medium Enterprises (SMES).

Chairperson: Ms Busi Mabuza Board Members: Ms Lael Bethlehem, Mr Brian Dames, Mr Robert Godsell, Mr André Kriel, Dr Sizeka Magwentshu-Rensburg, Ms Nomavuso Mnxasana, Ms Philisiwe Mthethwa, Adv Thandi Orleyn, Dr Nimrod Zalk Chief Executive Officer: Mr Tshokolo Nchocho Chief Financial Officer: Mr Isaac Malevu Senior Management: Mr David Jarvis (Divisional Executive: Strategy and Corporate Affairs; Acting: Chemicals and Textiles Industries), Mr Themba Sangweni (Divisional Executive: Agro Industries Services and Small Business) Communications Officers: Ms Denise Reddy

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Total Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

109 631 000 144 607 000 136 958 000

Total Liabilities

49 441 000 49 304 000

44 851 000

Total Net Assets

60 190 000 95 303 000

92 107 000

Total Revenue

19 566 000

19 430 000

19 378 000

Total Expenditure

(23 355 000)

(18 710 000) (16 154 000)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(2 939 000) (2 325 000) (2 377 000) (3 789 000)

720 000

3 224 000

568 000

5 412 000

(261 000)

(3 042 000) (1 694 000)

(1 148 000)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

8 694 000

9 760 000

6 137 000

2 678 143

6 135

3 779

INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION OF SOUTH AFRICA (ITAC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The DTI Campus, 77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X753, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 394 3688 WEB: www.itac.org.za EMAIL: tnangammbi@itac.org.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OVERVIEW The aim of the International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC) is to foster economic growth and development in order to raise incomes and promote investment and employment in South Africa and within the Common Customs Union Area by establishing an efficient and effective system for the administration of international trade, subject to the International Trade Administration Act and the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) Agreement. The Commission’s core functions are: customs tariff investigations; trade remedies; and import and export control.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

25 324

17 967

13 347

941

1 664

2 468

26 265

19 631

15 815

18 172

15 341

13 679

-

-

1 216

Total Liabilities

18 172

15 341

14 895

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

8 093

4 290

919

Commissioner: Mr Meluleki Nzimande Deputy Commissioner: Mr Dumisani Mbambo Chief Financial Officer: Ms Ntsobe Nkoana Senior Management: Mr Alexander Amrein (Senior Manager: Policy

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 113 023

107 640

101 725

1 595

1 056

1 069

111 428

106 584

100 656

and Research), Mr Marius Collins (Senior Manager: Import and Export Control), Mr Bhekithemba Kgomo (Senior Manager: Internal Audit), Ms Averil Munsami (Senior Manager: Legal Services), Mr Russell Nelson (Chief Information Officer), Mr Phillip Semela (General Manager: Corporate Services), Ms Nomonde Somdaka (Senior Manager: Tariff Investigations II), Ms Rika Theart (Senior Manager: Tariff Investigations I), Ms Carina van Vuuren (Senior Manager: Trade Remedies I), Ms Zoleka Xabendlini (Senior Manager: Trade Remedies II) Communications Officers: Thalukanyo Nangammbi (Manager: Communications)

Total Expenditure

(109 220)

(104 269)

(109 216)

Employee Costs

(86 165)

(84 433)

(85 166)

3 803

3 371

(7 491)

7 096

4 624

(6 333)

5

19

(28)

24 534

17 432

12 790

67

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

105

110

119

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

NATIONAL CONSUMER COMMISSION (NCC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Building C,South African Bureau of Standards Campus,

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

1 Dr Lategan Road, Groenkloof, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 36628, Menlo Park, 0102 TEL: 012 428 7000 / 012 428 7726 WEB: www.thencc.gov.za EMAIL: complaints@thencc.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the National Consumer Commission (NCC) is to promote compliance with the Consumer Protection Act through advocacy and enforcement, in order to ensure fair business practice and uphold the social and economic welfare of consumers. The NCC is charged with the responsibility of enforcing and carrying out the functions assigned to it in terms of the Consumer Protection Act. The Act seeks to promote a fair, accessible and sustainable marketplace for consumer products and services and, for that purpose, to establish national norms and standards relating to consumer protection throughout South Africa. It further seeks to: provide for improved standards of consumer information; prohibit certain unfair marketing and business practices; promote responsible consumer behaviour; and promote a consistent legislative and enforcement framework relating to consumer transactions and agreements.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

Commissioner: Ms Thezi Mabuza (Acting and Deputy Commissioner) Deputy Commissioner: Ms Thezi Mabuza Chief Financial Officer: Mr Anton van der Merwe Senior Management: Mr Jabulane Mbeje (Head: Legal Services), Ms Phumeza Mlungu (Divisional Head: Advocacy, Education and Awareness), Ms Prudence Moilwa (Divisional Head: Enforcement and Investigations), Dr Nedson Pophiwa (Senior Researcher), Mr Joseph Selolo (Company Secretary) Communications Officers: Ms Phetho Ntaba (Media Liaison Officer and Spokesperson)

R’000 24 696

8 483

2 395

3 306

2 890

35 741

28 002

11 373

4 298

2 330

3 070

-

-

-

4 298

2 330

3 070

31 443

25 672

7 833

70 978

80 357

62 508

3 683

1 853

1 594

67 295

78 504

60 914

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

R’000 33 346

Total Expenditure

(65 206)

(62 518)

(63 467)

Employee Costs

(44 320)

(42 975)

(42 271)

5 772

17 839

(959)

Operating Activities

8 861

18 060

(2 611)

Investing Activities

(212)

(1 911)

(469)

32 600

23 951

7 802

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

14

927

1 417

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

79

85

85

Posts Filled

71

74

75

HUMAN RESOURCES

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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NATIONAL CONSUMER TRIBUNAL (NCT) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Ground Floor, Block B, Lakefield Office Park, 272 West Avenue, Cnr West & Lenchen North, Centurion

POSTAL: Private Bag X110, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 683 8140 / 012 742 9900 FAX: 012 663 5693 WEB: www.thenct.org.za EMAIL: Registry@thenct.org.za

OVERVIEW The National Consumer Tribunal (NCT) was established in terms of the National Credit Act, No. 34 of 2005 (the Act). As an independent adjudicative entity, the Tribunal’s mandate is to hear and decide on cases involving consumers, service providers, credit providers, debt counsellors and credit bureaux. The NCT is also responsible for reviewing decisions made by the National Credit Regulator and the National Consumer Commission.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Prof Joseph Mandla Maseko Deputy Chairperson: Dr Laura Best Tribunal Members: Ms Hazel Alwar, Mr Trevor Albert Bailey, Ms Penelope Beck, Prof Bonke Dumisa, Adv Frans Kgolela Manamela, Ms Nomfundo Sylvia Maseti, Mr Xolela May, Prof Kasturi Moodaliyar, Ms Maleho Margaret Nkomo, Dr Maria Claudina Peenze, Mr Lulama Andisa Potwana, Adv Neo Sephoti, Mr Fungai Sibanda, Adv John Simpson, Ms Diane Terblanche, Prof Tanya Woker Registrar: Mr Lehlohonolo Rabotapi Chief Financial Officer: Ms Maya Naidoo (Acting) Chief Operations Officer: Adv Nelson Lolwane Senior Management: Mr Bax Nomvete (Chief Information Officer), Ms Vasanti Srineevassan (Acting Corporate Services Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Sibusiso Nyathi (Communications Specialist)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

7 008

3 666

9 121

Non-Current Assets

4 379

6 340

7 453

11 387

10 006

16 574

4 524

10 080

9 224

-

158

428

Total Liabilities

4 524

10 238

9 652

Total Net Assets

6 863

(234)

6 922

66 461

58 647

55 417

9 822

5 959

6 958

56 639

52 688

48 459

Total Expenditure

(59 316)

(65 708)

(64 347)

Employee Costs

(37 121)

(38 530)

(31 752)

7 145

(7 060)

(8 988)

Operating Activities

4 615

(4 414)

(6 033)

Investing Activities

(446)

(1 259)

(3 373)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

6 333

2 486

8 512

-

-

-

2017/18

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

50

50

50

Posts Filled

45

49

44

NATIONAL CREDIT REGULATOR (NCR) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 127 – 15th Road, Randjespark, Midrand, Johannesburg, 1685 POSTAL: PO Box 209, Halfway House, 1685 TEL: 0860 627 627 / 011 554 2700 WEB: www.ncr.org.za EMAIL: info@ncr.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the National Credit Regulator (NCR) is to support the social and economic advancement of South Africa by regulating for a fair and non-discriminatory market place for access to consumer credit; and promoting responsible credit granting and credit use, and effective redress. The NCR’s mandate is to: promote and support the development of a fair, transparent, competitive, sustainable, responsible, efficient and effective consumer credit market, and to increase participation of historically disadvantaged persons, low-income persons and communities, and remote, isolated or low-density populations and communities in the consumer credit market; regulate the consumer credit industry by registering credit providers, credit bureaus and debt counsellors, payment distribution agents, and alternative dispute resolution agencies; enforce the provisions of the National Credit Act; undertake research on the nature and dynamics of the consumer credit market in order to increase knowledge of these matters; promote public awareness of consumer credit matters; and review legislation and report to the Minister of Trade and Industry on matters concerning consumer credit.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Executive Officer: Ms Nomsa Motshegare (CEO and Accounting Authority)

Chief Financial Officer: Ms Josephine Meyer Senior Management: Ms Anne-Carien du Plooy (Acting Manager: Investigtions and Enforcement), Ms Nobuntu Gwala (Manager: Risk and Audit Services), Ms Kedilatile Legodi (Manager: Debt Counselling; Acting Manager: Education and Communication), Mr Ngoako Mabeba (Manager: Statistics and Research), Ms Nthupang Magolego, Mr Lesiba Mashapa (Company Secretary), Ms Maria Matlosa (Manager: Human Resources), Mr Zolile Mngqundaniso (Manager: Registrations), Mr Mandla Mokoena, Ms Takalani Mudau (Manager: Complaints Department), Ms Phillipine Mweli, Ms Jacqueline Peters (Manager: Investigations and Enforcement), Ms Mmabatho Senyarelo (Manager: Credit Provider Compliance), Mr Obed Tongoane (Deputy Chief Executive Officer), Ms Nosipho Zikishe (Manager: Credit Bureau Compliance) Communications Officers: Ms Kedilatile Legodi (Manager: Debt Counselling; Acting Manager: Education and Communication)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Investing Activities

68 548

65 811

66 940

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

12 284

15 891

17 816

80 832

81 703

84 756

53 213

66 850

73 722

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

53 213

66 850

73 722

Total Net Assets

27 619

14 853

11 034

164 254

144 232

134 589

3 919

2 790

2 546

160 334

141 442

132 043

Total Expenditure

(151 488)

(140 414)

(128 812)

Employee Costs

(89 612)

(85 297)

(78 037)

12 766

3 818

5 777

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

9 263

2 224

7 012

(6 412)

(3 363)

(4 292)

65 721

62 870

64 009

7

504

2 719

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

199

183

189

Posts Filled

176

159

159

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

NATIONAL EMPOWERMENT FUND (NEF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: West Block, 187 Rivonia Road, Morningside, Johannesburg POSTAL: PO Box 31, Melrose Arch, Melrose North, 2076 TEL: 011 305 8000 FAX: 011 305 8001 WEB: www.nefcorp.co.za EMAIL: info@nefcorp.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the National Empowerment Fund (NEF) is to become the leading provider of innovative transformation solutions for an economically inclusive South Africa. The NEF is a driver and thought leader in promoting and facilitating black economic participation by providing financial and non-financial support to black-empowered businesses, and by promoting a culture of savings and investment among black people. In pursuit of its mandate, the NEF provides financial and non-financial support. Financial support is comprised of the provision of innovative financing products to black-empowered businesses via five funds: the uMnotho, iMbewu, Rural and Community Development, Strategic Projects, and Women Empowerment Funds. Non-Financial support provided includes the following services: Pre-Investment Support; Post-Investment Support; Turnaround, Workouts and Restructures; and Socio-Economic Development and Asset Management.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Rakesh Garach Board Members: Ms Philisiwe Mthethwa (CEO) Chief Executive Officer: Ms Philisiwe Mthethwa Chief Financial Officer: Mr Phumudzo Siphuma (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Mziwabantu Dayimani (General Counsel), Ms Hlengiwe Makhathini (Divisional Executive: Venture Capital and Corporate Finance), Mr Setlakalane Alfred Molepo (Divisional Executive: SME and Rural Development) Communications Officers: Mr Moemise Motsepe (Marketing and Communications Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 936 757

1 626 991

1 800 843

2 178 149

2 837 600

3 165 115

4 114 906

4 464 591

4 965 958

481 014

255 900

285 514

764

565

-

481 778

256 465

285 514

3 633 128

4 208 127

4 680 444

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

429 305

447 947

674 025

(1 004 303)

(923 686)

(732 116)

(138 557)

(171 942)

(162 600)

(574 998)

(475 739)

(58 091)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

55 561

(271 289)

(343 185)

337 041

156 478

136 800

1 423 586

1 023 961

1 139 117

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

161

168

161

NATIONAL GAMBLING BOARD SOUTH AFRICA (NGB) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 420 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Eco Glades 2, Block C, Eco Park, Centurion, 0144

POSTAL: Private Bag X27, Hatfield, 0028 TEL: 010 003 3475 WEB: www.ngb.org.za EMAIL: info@ngb.org.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

The mission of the National Gambling Board South Africa (NGB) is to lead the regulation of the gambling industry in the fulfillment of the National Gambling Act (NGA) 7 of 2004 through an effectively regulated and supervised gambling industry that upholds domestic, continental and internationally recognised standards of compliance.

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Executive Officer: Ms Caroline Kongwa (Accounting Authority) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Kaveshka Mackerduth Chief Operations Officer: Ms Poppy Kweyama Communications Officers: Mr Bryan Arumugam FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

65 137

55 363

52 279

Non-Current Assets

11 554

14 830

14 267

76 691

70 194

66 547

25 428

27 764

27 226

4 498

6 994

8 588

Total Liabilities

29 926

34 758

35 814

Total Net Assets

46 764

35 436

30 733

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

262 344

242 099

102 542

228 547

209 475

70 915

33 797

32 624

31 627

Total Expenditure

(251 015)

(223 323)

(88 860)

Employee Costs

(27 050)

(21 775)

(15 881)

11 329

18 776

13 682

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

16 169

5 355

1 687

Investing Activities

(458)

(2 826)

(4 336)

49 942

33 937

31 003

-

-

-

2017/18

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

39

34

28

Posts Filled

35

27

26

NATIONAL LOTTERIES COMMISSION (NLC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Block D, Hatfield Gardens, 333 Grosvenor Street, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0083

POSTAL: PO Box 1556, Brooklyn Square, Pretoria, 0075 TEL: 012 432 1300 / 086 006 5383 FAX: 086 523 7127 WEB: www.nlcsa.org.za EMAIL: nldtf@nlcsa.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the National Lotteries Commission (NLC) is to regulate all lotteries and sports pools with integrity and ensure the protection of all participants; maximize revenue for good causes in a responsible manner; and distribute funds equitably and expeditiously. The Commission’s functions are to: advise the Minister on the issuing of the licence to conduct the National Lottery; ensure that the National Lottery and sports pools are conducted with all due propriety; ensure that the interests of every participant in the National Lottery are adequately protected; ensure that the net proceeds of the National Lottery are as large as possible; administer the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund (NLDTF) and hold it in trust; monitor, regulate and police lotteries incidental to exempt entertainment, private lotteries, society lotteries, and any competition contemplated; advise the Minister on percentages of money to be allocated; advise the Minister on the efficacy of legislation pertaining to lotteries and ancillary matters; advise the Minister on establishing and implementing a social responsibility programme in respect of lotteries; administer and invest the money paid to the Commission in accordance with the Lotteries Act; perform such additional duties in respect of lotteries as the Minister may assign to the Commission; make such arrangements as may be specified in the licence for the protection of prize monies and sums for distribution; and advise the Minister on any matter relating to the National Lottery and other lotteries, or any other matter on which the Minister requires the advice of the Commission.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Zandile Brown (Acting) Board Members: Ms A Brown, Ms Doris Dondur, Ms Yaswant Narotham Gordhan, Adv William Elias Huma, Ms Thabang Sophie Kekana, Dr Muthuhadini Alfred Madzivhandila Commissioner: Mrs Thabang Charlotte Mampane Chief Financial Officer: Ms Xolile Ntuli Chief Operations Officer: Mr Phillemon Letwaba

Senior Management: Ms Daisy Ledwaba (Chief Audit Executive), Mr Tsietsi Maselwa (Executive Manager: Legal), Ms Nompumelelo Nene (Company Secretary), Ms Tintswalo Nkuna (Executive Manager: Regulatory Compliance), Mr Mothibi Ramusi (Chief Information Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Ndivhuho Mafela (Senior Manager: Stakeholder, Marketing and Communications), Ms Odaho Sengani (Communication Specialist)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 203 484

623 360

578 235

201 123

1 684 593

1 778 193

2 404 608

2 307 954

2 356 428

654 647

621 248

900 248

5 417

7 917

10 417

660 064

626 323

639 177

1 744 542

1 678 787

1 445 762

1 980 776

19 990 632

1 790 607

153 144

161 563

191 778

1 827 632

1 829 069

1 599 648

Total Expenditure

(1 915 019)

(1 755 843)

(1 843 079)

Employee Costs

(302 138)

(268 671)

(252 892)

65 756

234 789

(56 356)

Operating Activities

(17 287)

(129 082)

(788 830)

Investing Activities

(31 317)

168 742

408 234

526 482

575 087

535 427

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

319

293

n/a

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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NATIONAL METROLOGY INSTITUTE OF SOUTH AFRICA (NMISA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: CSIR Campus, Building 5, Meiring Naude Road, Brummeria, Pretoria, 0182

POSTAL: Private Bag X34, Lynnwood Ridge, Pretoria, 0040 TEL: 012 841 4152 WEB: www.nmisa.org EMAIL: info@nmisa.org

OVERVIEW NMISA was established under the Measurement Units and Measurement Standards Act, No.18 of 2006 (The Measurement Act); to provide for the use of measurement units of the International System of Units (SI) and certain other measurement units; to provide for the designation of national measurement units and standards; to provide for the keeping and maintenance of national measurement standards and units and to provide for the establishment and functions of the National Metrology Institute. The National Metrology Institute of South Africa underpins all accurate measurements for the country and the region contributing to the overall quality of life, trade and regulatory environments. NMISA is therefore responsible for ensuring measurement equivalence with the global system of measurement, the SI. NMISA, as part of South Africa’s quality infrastructure, is key in the operation of domestic markets and global competitiveness by ensuring the integrity of measurements conducted at various stages of the value chains of different commodities and manufactured products for the local and export markets. The continued participation of NMISA and other South African TI entities in international technical infrastructure activities is imperative to ensure a solid technical infrastructure system that allows the economy to take advantage of export opportunities in a dynamic environment with rapid technological development and associated changes in regulations.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Jabu Vuyiswa Mogadime Board Members: Dr Tshengedzeni Demana, Ms Lindie Lankalebalelo, Ms Nobom Gcinashe Mfabana, Mr Molelekoa Petrus Mohlomi, Mr Ndwakhulu Mukhufhi (CEO) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Ndwakhulu Mukhufhi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Calvin Sehlapelo Senior Management: Dr Jayne de Vos (Director: Applied Metrology), Mr J Lesolang (Manager: Internal Audit), Dr Wynand Louw (Director: Regional, International Relations and Innovation), Mr Donald Masuku (Head: Regional Liaison; Regional Coordinator: SADCMET Secretariat), Ms Ioshannah Mawila-Shibambo (Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer), Ms Zakithi Msimang (Director: Chemical, Material and Medical

Metrology), Mr Teboho Mthombeni (Director: Corporate Services), Mr Benjamin van der Merwe (Director: Physical and Electrical Metrology), Ms Natasha van der Walt (Director: Strategy, Business Development and Governance) Communications Officers: Ms Christelle Lourens (Secretariat: AFRIMETS), Ms Sophia Mabela (Communications Practitioner), Ms Cynthia Matimbe (PA to the CEO)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

204 145

203 362

211 565

Non-Current Assets

478 967

445 921

407 479

683 112

649 283

619 043

33 247

43 465

33 463

-

-

-

33 247

43 465

33 463

649 865

605 818

585 581

284 197

267 515

284 159

38 868

34 731

30 883

245 328

232 784

253 276

Total Expenditure

(239 309)

(245 276)

(224 225)

Employee Costs

(121 431)

(123 551)

(114 554)

44 047

20 237

60 019

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

53 376

74 188

86 813

Investing Activities

(71 347)

(83 599)

(95 650)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

162 500

180 471

189 882

13

-

30

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

213

208

208

Posts Filled

159

151

149

NATIONAL REGULATOR FOR COMPULSORY SPECIFICATIONS (NRCS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: SABS Campus, 1 Dr Lategan Road, Groenkloof, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X25, Brooklyn, 0075 TEL: 012 482 8700 WEB: www.nrcs.org.za EMAIL: info@nrcs.org.za

OVERVIEW The National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) is an agency of the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic). The organisation was established on 1 September 2008, in accordance with the provision of National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications Act 5 of 2008 and emerged as an independent organisation from the original Regulatory Division of the South African Bureau of Standards. The NRCS mandate includes promoting public health and safety, environmental protection and ensuring fair trade. This is achieved through development of and administration of technical regulations and compulsory specifications.

The legislative mandate of NRCS is derived from the following legislations: the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications Act 5 of 2008, the Legal Metrology Act 9 of 2014, and the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act 103 of 1977. The NRCS’s role as regulator is to ensure businesses produce, import and sell products or services that are not harmful to consumers and the environment or that fall short of the declared measured quantity. The NRCS also provides regulatory function for the building industry to ensure building safety, structural stability and uniform interpretation of the NBR and BS Acts.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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The vision of the NRCS is to be a credible and respected regulator for the protection of the public, the economy and the environment. Its mission is to develop compulsory specifications and technical regulations, and maximise compliance of regulated products and services. The NRCS’s strategic objectives are to: develop, maintain and administer compulsory specifications and technical regulations; maximise compliance with compulsory specifications or technical regulations; ensure recognition and awareness of the NRCS; and be a sound, effective and efficient organisational governance. The broad mandate of the NRCS is to promote public health, safety and environmental protection through the development and enforcement of compulsory specifications and legal metrology technical regulations. While consumer protection lies at the heart of the activities of the NRCS, this function cannot be separated from South Africa’s role as a global trading partner. South African goods and services need to be competitive in terms of cost and quality and, at the same time, be guaranteed to be safe and fit for their purpose. The NRCS’s regulated products and industries include: automotive products; built environment; chemical products, mechanical devices and materials; electrical products and appliances; frozen fish, canned fisheries, canned meat and live abalone; and measurable products, services and measuring Instruments.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Executive Officer: Mr Edward Mamadise Chief Financial Officer: Ms Rebecca Ramcharran Chief Operations Officer: Ms Abigail Thulare Senior Management: Canny Skosana (Senior Manager: Human Capital

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

R’000

R’000

R’000

406 522

334 102

409 247

33 716

33 874

23 680

440 238

367 976

432 927

85 581

46 902

44 904

6 974

8 054

36 118

6 974

54 956

81 022

347 683

313 020

351 905

436 273

479 572

480 688

56 256

50 456

85 437

436 273

429 115

395 251

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(435 166)

(413 122)

(346 406)

Employee Costs

(334 583)

(303 114)

(280 262)

57 362

66 449

134 283

Operating Activities

97 825

105 400

61 733

Investing Activities

(8 048)

(16 154)

(3 118)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

297 345

230 476

286 642

3 238

15 376

719

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

341

330

315

306

297

297

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Disclaimer

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

Management)

Communications Officers: Ms Mirriam Moswaane (Head: Communications and Marketing)

SOUTH AFRICAN BUREAU OF STANDARDS (SABS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1 Dr Lategan Road, Groenkloof, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X191, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 428 7911 FAX: 0800 00 77 88 WEB: www.sabs.co.za EMAIL: info@sabs.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) is to provide standards and conformity assessment services to contribute towards the efficient functioning of the economy. The SABS is mandated to: develop, promote and maintain South African National Standards (SANS); promote quality in connection with commodities, products and services; and render conformity assessment services and assist in matters connected therewith.

OFFICE BEARERS The board has been dissolved and the entity is under administration. Administrator: Tshenge Demana (Co-Administrator and Chief Director of Technical Infrastructure Institutions: the dti), Ms Jodi Scholtz (Lead-Administrator and Group COO: the dti) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Tina Maharaj Senior Management: Dr Sadhvir Bissoon (Executive: Standards), Ms Amanda Gcabashe (Executive), Mr Lizo Makele (Executive: Human Capital), Mr Lungelo Ntobongwana (Acting Executive: Laboratory Services), Mr Katima Temba (Acting Executive: Certification Services) Communications Officers: Mr Bjorn Buyst (Head: Marketing, Communications and Public Relations)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

R’000

R’000

R’000

686 253

461 750

279 258

823 476

1 028 098

1 181 567

1 509 729

1 489 848

1 460 825 251 893

214 533

285 656

463 946

317 042

341 109

Total Liabilities

678 479

602 792

593 096

Total Net Assets

831 249

887 056

867 729

822 005

846 253

851 048

576 446

613 776

607 895

Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

245 559

232 477

243 153

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(883 580)

(847 464)

(921 755)

Employee Costs

(552 474)

(516 369)

(551 554)

(61 575)

(1 211)

(70 707)

Operating Activities

26 836

(36 658)

32 146

Investing Activities

251 879

169 824

1 906

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

531 888

259 161

125 995

17 777

11 865

119

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

856

887

922

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ACCREDITATION SYSTEM (SANAS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Libertas Office Park, Cnr Libertas & Highway Streets, Equestria, Pretoria, 0184

TEL: 012 740 8400 WEB: www.sanas.co.za EMAIL: MphoP@sanas.co.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the South African National Accreditation System (SANAS) is to create an impartial and transparent mechanism for organisations to independently demonstrate their competence and facilitate the beneficial exchange of goods, services and knowledge; and provide a service that is recognised as equatable to best international practice, while reflecting the demographics of South Africa in all that it does. SANAS, as the sole national accreditation body, performs the following functions: promoting the organisation as the sole national accreditation body in its scope of activity; encouraging and promoting the accreditation of calibration, testing and verification laboratories, certification bodies, inspection bodies, rating agencies, and any other type of body that may be added to its scope of activity; encouraging and promoting Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) compliance with the principles adopted by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for GLP facilities; promoting the acceptance of SANAS activities and those of all accredited bodies accredited by SANAS or its international counterparts; promoting the recognition of accredited bodies, by users of conformity assessments; liaising with regional and international standard bodies and with technical regulatory and metrology organisations in respect of any matter related to accreditation; liaising with national regulators in respect of any matter related to accreditation; promoting the use of accredited bodies to facilitate trade; advising national, regional and international organisations on the conditions for accreditation and on other issues related to accreditation; establishing and maintaining a register of all accredited organisations in South Africa; initiating, negotiating, concluding and maintaining multilateral recognition arrangements; supporting government in activities on multilateral recognition arrangements; obtaining and maintaining membership of national or international organisations that may assist SANAS in achieving its objects and actively participating in such organisations; formulating and implementing national guidelines and standards to facilitate the accreditation process; promoting recognition and protecting the use of the SANAS logo nationally and internationally; promoting and protecting regional and international arrangement logos, such as those of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) and the International Accreditation Forum (IAF); establishing appropriate technical committees; and investigating methods of facilitating trade through accreditation.

Chairperson: Ms Patricia Lindi Tlou Board Members: Ms Iris Bologo (BoD member), Dr Tshenge Demana, Ms Zukiswa Kimani (BoD member), Mr Samuel Mlangeni, Dr Matshwenyego Sarah Mohlala, Ms Lerato Herriette Mothae, Mr Mpho Phaloane (Acting CEO), Mr Molefe Pule (BoD Member), Mr Fezile Flip Wetes Chief Executive Officer: Mr Mpho Phaloane (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Christi Warren (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Dawood Petersen (Company Secretary), Mr Mpho Phaloane (Executive: Accreditation), Ms Busi Radebe (Executive: Corporate Services) Communications Officers: Ms Tshenolo Molamu (Manager: Communications and Marketing)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

48 403

49 399

117 386

71 744

72 221

5 445

120 147

121 621

122 831

13 376

21 912

25 601

-

-

-

13 376

21 912

25 601

106 771

99 709

97 230 104 625

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

115 343

110 510

Exchange Transactions

83 674

79 478

74 312

Non-Exchange Transactions

31 669

31 032

30 313

Total Expenditure

(108 281)

(108 032)

(91 246)

Employee Costs

(56 233)

(53 118)

(50 131)

7 062

2 478

13 379

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

2 998

12 996

10 574

Investing Activities

(4 798)

(72 056)

(1 904)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

45 998

47 798

106 859

12 366

13 639

26

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

n/a

n/a

72

Posts Filled

n/a

n/a

68

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT (DOT) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Forum Building, 159 Struben Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X193, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 309 3000 / 3774 WEB: www.transport.gov.za EMAIL: KhozaC@dot.gov.za

transport Department: T rans port REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Transport (DOT) is to lead the development of integrated efficient transport systems by creating a framework of sustainable policies, regulations and implementable models to support government strategies for economic, social and international development.

The objectives that the Department aims to achieve by providing policy framework, regulation and implementation models are: competitive transport costs; safety and security improvements; a reduction in infrastructure backlogs; improvement in access; and a reduction of time in transit.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Communications Officers: Mr Ismail Mnisi (Ministerial Spokesperson), Mr Sam Monareng (Acting Director: Communications and Media), Ms Thandiwe Mpondo (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Ms Shanitha Singh (Deputy Director: Administration) Secretaries: Ms Jabulile Nkosi (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister), Ms Michelle Phenya (Personal Assistant: Director General), Mrs Mmathapelo Sako (Private Secretary: Minister)

MINISTER MR F MBALULA

DEPUTY MINISTER MS D MAGADZI

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Final Appropriation

Minister: Mr Fikile Mbalula (Minister of Transport) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Ms Dikeledi Magadzi (Deputy Minister of Transport)

Actual Expenditure

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

64 538 396

60 071 789

60 173 668

63 891 225

59 196 430

54 676 260

Employee Compensation

477 639

440 137

427 233

(ANC)

Goods and Services

870 658

456 429

551 291

Director General: Mr Alec Moemi Chief of Staff: Mr Lucky Masuku Chief Financial Officer: Mr CP Letsoalo Deputy Directors General: Mr BC Hlabisa (Road Transport),

Capital Assets

21 367

9 335

15 015

2 173

65 132

1 084

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Mr MN Mokonyama (Public Transport), Mr Themba Tenza (Acting Integrated Transport Planning), Mr ZG Thwala (Civil Aviation)

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

883

878

879

Posts Filled

679

645

651

AIR TRAFFIC AND NAVIGATION SERVICES (ATNS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Eastgate Office Park, Block C, South Boulevard Road, Bruma, 2198

POSTAL: Private Bag X15, Kempton Park, 1620 TEL: 011 607 1000 / 0860 286 726 FAX: 011 607 1570 WEB: www.atns.com

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

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OVERVIEW The mission of Air Traffic and Navigation Services SOC Ltd (ATNS) is to provide safe, expeditious and efficient air traffic management solutions and associated services, while ensuring long-term economic, social and environmental sustainability. ATNS is responsible for air traffic control in approximately 10% of the world’s airspace. Their services extend further than the familiar air traffic control service, into the provision of vitally important aeronautical information used for all flight planning purposes, as well as search and rescue coordination activities and the maintenance of a reliable navigation infrastructure. Their operations also include: the supply of aeronautical information services, technical maintenance and aerodrome services; alert, search and rescue coordination services; management of the flexible use of airspace through the Central Airspace Unit (CAMU); support for special events, and special requirements such as test flights and demonstration flights; the implementation and maintenance of a terrestrial-based navigational structure; and the training of licensed air traffic controllers and technical staff through the Aviation Training Academy (ATA).

Ms Thandeka Mdebuka (Legal Counsel), Ms Lindelwa Mngomezulu (Company Secretary), Mr Thabani Myeza (Executive: Commercial Services), Ms Tendani Ndou (Principal: Aviation Training Academy), Ms Lulekwa Ngcwabe (Executive: Human Capital), Ms Veronica Sebona (Chief Information Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Percy Morokane (Specialist: External Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Simphiwe Thobela Board Members: Mr Suleman Badat, Mr Khulile Sympathy Boqwana, Mr Chris Burger, Mr Thomas Kgokolo, Ms Nomathemba Kubheka, Mr Matome Moholola (CFO), Mr Zenzele Gilbert Myeza, Maj Gen Lucky Nhlanhla Ngema, Capt Jane Trembath, Ms Kyansambo Ntombi Vundla Chief Executive Officer: Mr Dumisani Sangweni (Interim CEO) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Matome Moholola Chief Operations Officer: Dr Sandile Malinga Senior Management: Mr Richard Madlala (Acting Chief Technology Officer), Ms Lesego Mahamba (Chief Audit Executive), Mr Mbongeni Maqashelana (Chief Risk Executive), Mr Jeoffrey Matshoba (Executive: ATM/CNS Planning and Standards; Acting Chief: Air Traffic Services),

Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 799 353

1 779 851

1 634 744

1 537 138

1 499 304

1 483 645

3 336 491

3 279 155

3 118 389

323 584

384 369

376 922

113 982

63 159

99 911

437 566

447 529

476 833

2 898 924

2 831 626

2 641 556

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

1 843 637

1 785 847

1 680 227

Total Expenditure

(1 776 339)

(1 597 558)

(1 492 680)

Employee Costs

(1 011 988)

(949 409)

(884 773)

67 298

188 288

187 547

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

160 578

385 418

351 761

(148 690)

(251 561)

(304 855)

1 601 787

1 520 496

1 342 664

23 049

32 204

623 745

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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AIRPORTS COMPANY SOUTH AFRICA (ACSA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The Maples Riverwoods Office Park, 24 Johnson Road, Bedfordview, Johannesburg

POSTAL: PO Box 75480, Gardenview, 2047 TEL: 011 723 1400 FAX: 011 453 9353 WEB: www.airports.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of Airports Company South Africa SOC Ltd (ACSA) is to develop and manage world-class airports for the benefit of all stakeholders. The Company’s strategy is built on collaborative and coherent engagements with its stakeholders. The Company focuses on strengthening its internal business processes and making the most of its bespoke information technology. ACSA directs its efforts towards improving its employees’ skills and understanding as part of its effort to build human capital.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Liabilities

Chairperson: Adv Sandile Nogxina (Chairman) Board Members: Ms Kemira Esterhuizen, Mr Pascalis Mokupo,

Total Net Assets

Ms Ntombifuthi Zikalala Mvelase , Ms Nosizwe Nokwe-Macamo, Mr Irvin Phenyane, Mr Yershen Pillay, Mr Graeme Alvan Victor Chief Executive Officer: Ms Mpumi Mpofu Chief Financial Officer: Mr Siphamandla Mthethwa Chief Operations Officer: Ms Fundi Sithebe Senior Management: Mr Girish Gopal (Group Executive: Technical Services and Solutions), Mr Badisa Matshego (Group Executive: Infrastructure Asset Management), Ms Bongiwe Mbomvu (Group Executive: Governance and Assurance), Mr Mthoko Mncwabe (Chief Information Officer), Ms Daily Ramasia (Acting Group Executive: Human Resources), Mr Charles Shilowa (Group Executive: Business Development), Ms Refentse Shinners (Group Executive: Corporate Affairs)

Total Revenue

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

3 360 003

3 151 642

4 669 431 28 611 710

27 421 186

26 706 561

31 766 022

30 643 773

33 281 141

1 793 301

1 937 345

4 064 774

7 116 674

7 122 654

7 482 112

8 909 975

9 059 999

11 546 886

22 856 047

21 583 774

21 734 255

8 235 124

7 426 678

7 585 828

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(7 040 115) (7 203 033) (7 033 406) (1 823 614)

(1 642 434)

(1 401 840)

1 195 009

223 645

552 422

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

2 168 984

2 934 714

2 884 751

(1 345 737)

2 488

(1 514 469)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

989 995

1 123 643

1 373 840

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

576 382

329 070

402 680

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

n/a

2 889

Investing Activities

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

CROSS-BORDER ROAD TRANSPORT AGENCY (C-BRTA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 350 Witch-Havel Avenue, Eco Point Office Park, Block A, Eco Park, Centurion, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 560, Menlyn, Pretoria, 0063 TEL: 012 471 2000 FAX: 012 348 2747 WEB: www.cbrta.co.za EMAIL: customercare@cbrta.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Cross-Border Road Transport Agency is to drive an integrated African continent through excellence in cross-border road transport economic regulation, law enforcement, advisory and facilitation of unimpeded flow of goods and people. The Agency was established to provide advice, regulation, facilitation and law enforcement in respect of cross-border road transport, so as to: improve the unimpeded flow of freight and passengers in the region; introduce regulated competition in respect of cross-border road transport; reduce operational constraints for the cross-border transport industry as a whole; enhance and strengthen the capacity of the public sector in support of its strategic planning, enabling and monitoring functions; and empower the cross-border road transport industry to maximise business opportunities and to regulate themselves incrementally to improve safety, security, reliability, quality and efficiency of services.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Mosoenyane Ramathe (Chairperson: Regulatory Committee)

Deputy Chairperson: Prof Jan Havenga (Deputy Chairperson: Regulatory Committee and Procurement Committee)

Board Members: Mr Raymond Baloyi (Regulatory Committee and Procurement Committee), Mr Msondezi Futshane (Regulatory Committee), Mr Chris Hlabisa (Shareholder Representative and Regulatory Committee Member), Ms Keitumetse Mahlangu (Audit and Risk Committee), Mr Lwazi Mboyi (Acting CEO), Ms Ignatia Sekonyela (Human Resources and Remuneration Committee), Mr Lucky Thekisho (Regulatory Committee and Human Resources and Remuneration Committee) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Lwazi Mboyi (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Rebecca Hlabatu Chief Operations Officer: Mr Nchaupe Maepa Senior Management: Mr Sibulele Dyodo (Executive Stakeholder Relations), Ms Nomakhosi Matlala (Company Secretary), Mr Pieter Meyer (Acting Executive: Regulatory Services), Mr Alfred Nemavhindi (Acting Executive: Corporate Services), Mpho Nkwane (Chief Audit Executive), Ms Tintswalo Shilowa (Chief Information Officer) Communications Officers: Mmenyane Seoposengwe (Senior Manager: Strategic Communications)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Operating Activities

29 672

13 277

258

R’000

R’000

R’000

Investing Activities

(8 013)

1 378

(674)

106 264

85 165

70 968

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

99 804

78 145

63 490

19 114

8 996

8 803

-

123

28

125 378

94 162

79 772

30 794

27 324

193 028

3 803

3 768

4 664

Total Liabilities

34 597

31 092

197 692

Total Net Assets

90 782

63 070

(117 920)

259 232

405 038

251 383

6 465

5 875

7 809

252 767

399 163

243 574

Total Expenditure

(231 520)

(224 048)

(189 741)

Employee Costs

(131 926)

(126 314)

(110 892)

27 712

180 990

61 642

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

248

248

239

Posts Filled

153

158

164

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

26 863 950

20 416 729

16 102 344

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

PASSENGER RAIL AGENCY OF SOUTH AFRICA (PRASA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Prasa House, 1040 Burnett Street, Hatfield, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X101, Braamfontein, 2017 TEL: 012 748 7000 WEB: www.prasa.com EMAIL: info@prasa.com

OVERVIEW The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) is a state-owned enterprise responsible for most passenger rail services in the country. It consists of four branches: Metrorail, which operates commuter rail services in urban areas; Shosholoza Meyl, which operates regional and intercity rail services; Autopax, which operates regional and intercity coach services; and Intersite, which manages the property owned by PRASA.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Leonard Ramatlakane Board Members: Mr Xolile George, Mr Zolani Kgosie Matthews (Group CEO), Mr Dinkwanyane K Mohuba, Ms Thinavhuyo N Mpye, Mr Matodzi Mukhuba, Ms Hlengiwe Ngwenya, Ms Nosizwe NokweMacamo, Adv Smanga Sethene, Mr Themba Zulu Chief Executive Officer: Mr Zolani Matthews (Group CEO) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Japhtalina Lesibana Fosu Senior Management: Mr H Emeran (Acting CEO: PRASA Tech), Mr T Holele (Acting CEO: Autopax), Mr E Khan (Acting CIO), Mr Nathi Khena (CEO: PRASA Corporate Real Estate Solutions), Ms A Lindeque (Acting CEO: PRASA Cres), Mr Z Mayaba (Acting CEO: PRASA Rail), Mr M Mntungwa (Acting CEO: Intersite), Mr M Thebethe (Acting Company Secretary)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

55 181 830

55 467 128

57 398 080

82 045 780

75 883 857

73 500 424

6 103 322

6 170 559

6 550 560

51 858 465

47 908 172

42 243 139

57 961 787

54 078 731

48 793 699

24 083 993

21 805 126

24 706 725

16 208 440

13 962 963

14 163 404

3 572 396

3 910 832

3 615 046

12 636 044

10 052 131

10 548 358

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(13 929 573) (16 104 685) (12 839 590) (5 789 743) (5 688 969) 2 278 867

(5 443 795)

(2 141 722)

1 323 814

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

8 802 277

8 085 556

7 719 160

(2 936 486)

(3 647 662)

(6 183 639)

24 181 747

18 315 956

13 878 062

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 359 771

3 058 355

3 994 907

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

16 350

n/a

Posts Filled

PORTS REGULATOR OF SOUTH AFRICA CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Suite 1101, 11th Floor, The Marine Building, 22 Dorothy Nyembe Street, Durban, 4001

POSTAL: Private Bag X54322, Durban, 4000 TEL: 031 365 7800 FAX: 031 365 7858 WEB: www.portsregulator.org EMAIL: info@portsregulator.org

OVERVIEW The mission of the Ports Regulator of South Africa is to: exercise economic regulation of the ports system in line with government’s

strategic objectives; support the development of the ports industry and system; promote equity of access to ports and to facilities and services

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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provided in ports; and monitor the activities of the National Ports Authority to ensure that it performs its functions in accordance with the National Ports Act of 2005.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

29 196

17 640

15 396

2 158

2 318

1 809

31 354

19 958

17 205

984

1 404

1 162

-

-

-

984

1 404

1 162

30 370

18 554

16 043

37 051

25 717

23 564

277

98

1 075

36 774

25 619

22 489

Total Expenditure

(26 634)

(24 264)

(24 065)

Employee Costs

(17 548)

(13 820)

(13 716)

11 816

2 356

(501)

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Zolani Kgosietsile Matthews Regulator Members: Mr Zola Fihlani, Ms Sekgothadi Kabelo, Ms Zandile Kabini, Mr Mthunzi Madiya, Ms Siphokazi Matolengwe, Ms Johanna Mulaudzi (CEO), Dr Tshisikhawe Victor Munyama, Ms Kenosi Selane, Ms Leanda-Marsha Vilakazi Chief Executive Officer: Ms Johanna Mulaudzi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Thokozani Mhlongo Senior Management: Adv Lesedi Boihang (Executive Manager: Legal), Adv Sohana Goordeen (Manager: Regulatory Compliance and Tribunal), Ms Kathleen Hall (Company Secretary), Mr Chris Lotter (Executive Manager: PSR) Communications Officers: Ms Rowena Marcus

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

2018/19 Financially Unqualified

2017/18 Clean Audit

Operating Activities

11 905

3 265

55

Investing Activities

(372)

(989)

(81)

29 094

17 561

15 287

921

1 361

116

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

27

27

n/a

Posts Filled

22

27

n/a

RAILWAY SAFETY REGULATOR (RSR) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Building 4, Waterfall Point Office Park, Cnr Waterfall & Woodmead Drive, Waterfall City, Midrand, 1685

POSTAL: PO Box 11202, Centurion, 0051 TEL: 010 495 5391 / 0800 444 888 WEB: rsrorgza.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Railway Safety Regulator (RSR) is to oversee and promote safe railway operations through appropriate support, monitoring and enforcement, guided by an enabling regulatory framework. The RSR’s functions are to: oversee the safety of railway transport, while operators remain responsible for managing the safety of its operations; promote improved safety performance in order to encourage the use of rail; monitor and ensure compliance through conducting audits, inspections and occurrence investigations; develop regulations; conclude appropriate cooperative agreements or other arrangements with organs of state to ensure effective management of safe railway operations; and promote the harmonisation of the railway safety regime of South Africa with SADC railway operations.

Services and Board Governance Executive), Ms Madelein Williams (Executive: Media and Communications) Communications Officers: Mr Godwill Malete (Senior Manager: Stakeholder Relations Management), Ms Celine Morolong (Senior Manager: Corporate Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Boy Johannes Nobunga Deputy Chairperson: Ms Yongama Pamla Board Members: Ms Salome Chiloane-Nwabueze, Mr Christiaan Johan De Vos, Ms Nompumelelo Ekeke, Adv Nokuzola Gloria Khumalo, Ms Dineo Mathibedi, Mr Sisa Lunga Mtwa, Mr Mmuso Selaledi (Acting CEO), Ms Mamankoane Tabane (Legal Services and Board Governance Executive), Adv Frans Johannes van der Westhuizen, Adv Johannes Collen Weapond Chief Executive Officer: Mr Mmuso Selaledi (Acting) Chief Operations Officer: Ms Tshepo Kgare Senior Management: Ms Malerato Kekana (Chief Audit Executive), Mr Molefi Freddie Kgomari (Head: Safety Management), Mr Khayalethu Madlawabinga (Executive: Human Resources), Mr Bongani Mqoco (Head: Safety Permit Management), Ms Nozipho Ntshingila (Regional Technical Manager: Central Region), Mr Denis Owaga (Head: ICT and Systems Management), Mr Peaceman Sopazi (Regional Technical Manager: Eastern Region), Ms Nomathamsanqa Sopotela (Regional Technical Manager: Coastal Region), Ms Mamankoane Tabane (Legal

Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

76 989

49 445

14 388

32 591

13 576

33 860

109 580

63 021

48 247

49 638

44 531

47 435

-

-

56

Total Liabilities

49 638

44 531

47 490

Total Net Assets

59 942

18 489

757

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

243 835

243 767

280 537

Exchange Transactions

179 328

174 551

179 508

Non-Exchange Transactions

64 507

69 216

101 029

Total Expenditure

(202 382)

(224 475)

(280 007)

Employee Costs

(133 966)

(155 564)

(162 708)

41 453

19 293

531

Operating Activities

44 094

33 679

17 219

Investing Activities

(21 679)

(1 301)

(6 863)

65 053

42 653

10 326

1 641

1 023

21 502

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

203

n/a

243

175

n/a

217

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ROAD ACCIDENT FUND (RAF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2 Eco Glades Office Park, 420 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Centurion, 0046

POSTAL: Private Bag X178, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 621 1691/0860 23 55 23 FAX: 012 621 1640 WEB: www.raf.co.za EMAIL: customerservices@raf.co.za

OVERVIEW The Road Accident Fund (RAF) provides compulsory cover to all users of South African roads, citizens and foreigners, against injuries sustained or death arising from accidents involving motor vehicles within the borders of South Africa. This cover is in the form of indemnity insurance to persons who cause the accident, as well as personal injury and death insurance to victims of motor vehicle accidents, and their families. The RAF is responsible for: providing appropriate cover to all road users within the borders of South Africa; rehabilitating and compensating persons injured as a result of motor vehicles in a timely and caring manner; and actively promoting the safe use of all South African roads. The client base of the RAF comprises not only the South African public, but all foreigners within the borders of the country. The RAF provides two types of cover, namely personal insurance cover to accident victims or their families, and indemnity cover to wrongdoers.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

Chairperson: Ms Thembelihle Msibi Deputy Chairperson: Ms Nomonde Mabuya-Moloele Board Members: Mr Hilmi Daniels, Ms Lorraine Francois, Mr Khotso Mothobi, Mr Lusani Mulaudzi, Mr Moses Nyama, Dr Maria Peenze, Mr Thulani Tshabalala Chief Executive Officer: Mr Phutjane Collins Letsoalo Chief Financial Officer: Ms Boitumelo Mabusela (Acting) Chief Operations Officer: Ms Maria Rambauli (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Ian Barriel (Acting Chief Human Capital Officer), Ms June Cornelius (Executive: Corporate Secretariat), Mr Ravesh Komal (Chief Information Officer), Mr Phathutshedzo Lukhwareni (Acting Chief Strategy Officer), Mr Vincent King Sotshede (Chief Audit Executive) Communications Officers: Ms Boniswa Matshoba (Marketing, PR and Reputation Management Specialist), Ms Thandeka Ngwenya (Media PR and Reputation Management Specialist), Ms Linda Rulashe (Senior Manager: Media PR and Reputation Management), Dr Adriaan Taljaard (General Manager: Corporate Communications)

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

10 409 253

10 947 337

9 563 168

247 613

272 431

243 145

10 656 866

11 219 768

9 806 313 39 045 028

61 282 072

41 980 675

271 109 667

231 353 823

177 101 865

Total Liabilities

332 391 739

273 334 498

216 146 893

Total Net Assets

(321 734 873) (262 114 730) (206 340 580)

Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

2019/20

41 240 480

43 239 323

62 809

100 553

90 453

41 177 671

43 138 770

37 250 841

Total Expenditure

(100 864 936)

Employee Costs

(1 752 737)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(59 624 456)

37 341 294

(99 019 203) (63 692 484) (1 735 302)

(1 605 147)

(55 779 880) (26 351 190)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

467 158

(584 634)

(19 107)

Investing Activities

(23 704)

(74 553)

(66 090)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

1 351 455

908 002

1 567 189

15 350

18 865

19 053

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

2 919

2 914

2 881

Posts Filled

2 789

2 776

2 754

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

ROAD TRAFFIC INFRINGEMENT AGENCY (RTIA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Waterfall Edge B, Howick Close, Waterfall Office Park, Bekker Street, Midrand

POSTAL: PO Box 6341, Halfway House, Midrand, 1685 TEL: 087 285 0500 FAX: 086 263 6504 / 011 207 3210 WEB: www.rtia.co.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) is to encourage: compliance with road traffic laws in South Africa through targeted road user community education and communication programmes; promotion of procedurally fair, lawful and reasonable administrative adjudication; levying of penalties; imposing of demerit points; effective administration and management of the suspension and cancellation of driving licences and operator cards; and rewarding of compliant road users. The Agency’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to: discourage and penalise contravention of road traffic laws; encourage payment of penalties; create public awareness and education; administrate and resource the RTIA; and roll-out the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) across the country.

Chairperson: Ms Bongekile Zulu Board Members: Dr Prittish Dala, Dr Dorcas Khosa-Shikwambana, Mr TO Mtsetsweni, Mr BM Ramokhele, Adv I Thenga

Registrar: Ms Dalian Mabula (Acting Registrar) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Palesa Moalusi Senior Management: Adv Mncedisi Bilikwana (Company Secretary and Head: Legal and Governance), Dr Kaine Monyepao (Deputy Registrar: Strategy Development, Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Keobakile Pooe (Head: Internal Audit) Communications Officers: Mr Fakazi Malindzisa (Head: Communications), Ms Ayanda Ntamane (Coordinator: Office of the Registrar)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

141 437

94 129

223 873

3 371

3 226

4 834

144 808

97 355

228 708

107 029

68 853

131 853

-

-

-

Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

107 029

68 853

131 853

37 779

28 502

98 854

280 089

178 757

192 399

272 319

167 035

174 703

7 770

11 722

17 696

Total Expenditure

(270 812)

(199 160)

(222 707)

Employee Costs

(128 729)

(81 707)

(82 216)

9 277

(20 403)

(30 308)

Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Operating Activities

32 426

(120 196)

(42 221)

Investing Activities

(3 446)

(1 732)

(1 870)

39 938

10 959

132 887

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

-

-

454

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

n/a

n/a

105

Posts Filled

118

121

104

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

HUMAN RESOURCES

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

ROAD TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CORPORATION (RTMC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Eco Origin Office Park, Block F, 349 Witch-Hazel Street, Highveld Ext 79, 0157 Centurion, Gauteng

POSTAL: Private Bag X147, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 999 5200 WEB: www.rtmc.co.za EMAIL: Info@rtmc.co.za

OVERVIEW The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) was established as a partnership between the national, provincial and local spheres of government to: enhance the overall quality of road traffic services provision and, in particular, ensure safety, security, order, discipline and mobility on the roads; protect road infrastructure and the environment through the adoption and implementation of innovative technology; phase out, where appropriate, public funding and phase in private sector investment in road traffic matters on a competitive basis; introduce commercial management principles to inform and guide road traffic governance and decision-making in the interest of enhanced service provision; optimise the utilisation of public funds; regulate, strengthen and monitor intergovernmental contact and cooperation in road traffic matters; improve the exchange and dissemination of information on road traffic matters; stimulate research in road traffic matters and effectively utilise the resources of existing institutes and research bodies; and develop human resources in the public and private sectors that are involved in road traffic matters.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Zola Majavu Board Members: Mr Thulani Kgomo, Adv Johannes Makgatho, Ms Pinkie Manqele, Ms Thembeka Mdlulwa, Prof Maredi Mphahlele, Ms Sigidikazi Petse (Company Secretary), Ms Thandi Thankge, Dr Eddie Thebe Chief Executive Officer: Adv Makhosini Msibi Chief Financial Officer: Ms Liana Moolman (Executive Manager: Financial Services) Senior Management: Ms Dphline Ewertse (General Manager: Internal Audit), Ms Motselitsi Juma (General Manager: Programme Management Office), Mr Kevin Kara-Vala (Executive Manager: Road Traffic Information and Technology), Mr Kagiso Kgosiemang (General Manager: Organisational Risk), Ms Ntombizodwa Mobeng (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Ms Refilwe Mongale (General Manager: Oganisational Strategy Management), Dr Hlengani Moyana (Executive Manager: Road Traffic Training Academy), Mr Thabiso Ndebele (Executive Manager: Road Safety and Stakeholder Relations Management), Ms Sigidikazi Petse (Company Secretary), Mr Stephen Podile (Executive Manager: Law Enforcement) Communications Officers: Mr Simon Zwane (Chief Communication Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

409 778

275 929

117 974 513 697

606 755

491 161

1 016 533

767 090

631 671

116 579

117 945

147 380

575

545

1 134

117 154

118 041

148 514

899 379

649 050

483 157

1 388 867

1 195 907

835 252

27 621

26 199

18 584

1 361 246

1 169 708

816 668

Total Expenditure

(1 126 949)

(1 008 746)

(1 078 771)

Employee Costs

(605 945)

(535 598)

(456 756)

261 919

187 161

(243 519)

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

303 903

163 455

(44 293)

Investing Activities

(180 356)

(48 367)

(58 986)

253 354

129 807

14 719

14

843

10 377

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

902

902

838

Posts Filled

793

800

772

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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SOUTH AFRICAN CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY (SACAA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Ikhaya Lokundiza, Building 16, Treur Close, Waterfall Park, Bekker Street, Midrand, Johannesburg

POSTAL: Private Bag X73, Halfway House, 1685 TEL: 011 545 1000 FAX: 011 545 1465 WEB: www.caa.co.za EMAIL: mail@caa.co.za

OVERVIEW The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) is a Schedule 3A public entity in terms of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). It was established on 1 October 1998, following the enactment of the now repealed South African Civil Aviation Authority Act 40 of 1998. The Act was repealed as a whole by the Civil Aviation Act 13 of 2009. The Act provides for the establishment of a stand-alone authority mandated with controlling, promoting, regulating, supporting, developing, enforcing and continuously improving levels of safety and security throughout the civil aviation industry. SACAA is an agency of the Department of Transport (DoT). The above is to be achieved by complying with the Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), whilst considering the local context.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

392 609

376 615

366 718

94 153

116 071

109 757

486 762

492 687

476 475

59 303

158 385

143 526

-

-

-

59 303

158 385

143 526

427 459

334 302

332 949 649 546

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 785 403

704 919

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

72 649

23 471

20 809

Chairperson: Mr Ernest Khosa Board Members: Prof Ntombizozuko Dyani-Mhango, Mr Mongezi

Non-Exchange Transactions

712 754

681 448

628 737

Total Expenditure

(692 371)

(703 567)

(604 432)

Employee Costs

(423 734)

(477 223)

(421 085)

93 032

1 352

44 505

India, Ms Poppy Khoza, Ms Bulelwa Koyana, Ms Nivashnee Naraindath (Company Secretary and Executive Manager), Ms Tshitshi Phewa, Mr Surendra Sooklal Director: Ms Poppy Khoza (Director of Civil Aviation) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Asruf Seedat (Executive: Finance) Senior Management: Mr Gawie Bestbier (Executive: Aviation Infrastructure), Mr Luvuyo Gqeke (Executive: Aviation Security), Ms Phindiwe Gwebu (Executive: Corporate Services), Mr Peter Mashaba (Executive: Accident and Incident Investigation), Ms Thobile Masooa (Executive: Human Resources), Ms Babalwa Ndandani (Acting Executive: Legal and Aviation Compliance), Mr Simon Segwabe (Executive: Aviation Safety Operations), Lufuno Tshitaudzi (Acting Chief Audit Executive) Communications Officers: Ms Marie Bray

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

15 949

9 168

80 255

Investing Activities

(18 080)

(15 400)

(22 380)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

297 977

300 108

306 340

458

2 228

167

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

580

553

529

Posts Filled

589

557

518

SOUTH AFRICAN MARITIME SAFETY AUTHORITY (SAMSA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 146 Lunnon Road, Cnr Jan Shoba & Lunnon Roads, Hillcrest, 0183

POSTAL: PO Box 13186, Hatfield, 0028 TEL: 012 366 2600 FAX: 012 366 2601 WEB: www.samsa.org.za EMAIL: services@samsa.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) is to promote South Africa’s maritime interests, and development and position the country as an international Maritime Centre, while ensuring maritime safety, health and environmental protection. In line with its objectives, SAMSA’s primary areas of responsibility include: participating in the development and implementation of national and international maritime safety and marine environment protection standards; enforcing technical and operational standards for all shipping operations in South African waters and for South African ships anywhere, to promote responsible operations in terms of seaworthiness, safety and pollution prevention; enforcing training standards and competency of seafarers; managing the national capability to respond to marine pollution incidents and other maritime emergencies; operating the Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre to

coordinate maritime assistance services, and detect and coordinate the location and rescue of people in maritime distress situations throughout the internationally agreed South African Search and Rescue Region; overseeing the provision of maritime distress and safety communications services to discharge South Africa’s responsibilities under the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System; administering South Africa’s voluntary ship reporting system (SAFREP) for identifying and tracking ships at sea for safety purposes, and to provide a ships’ database for responding to marine emergencies; investigating maritime casualties; and delivering related services, including public awareness and education in marine safety and pollution prevention, administration of South Africa’s ship registration system, and publication of, and access to, ship safety and environmental standards.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Chairperson: Ms Nthato Minyuku Board Members: Ms Lindelwa Dlamini, Mr Lucas Haluodi, Adv Dorothy

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

Khosa, Mr Moyahabo Raphadu (Company Secretary), Mr Bheka Zulu Chief Executive Officer: Ms Tsepiso Taoana-Mashiloane (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Zamachonco Chonco Chief Operations Officer: Mr Sobantu Tilayi Senior Management: Mr Ian Calvert (Executive Manager: Maritime Special Projects), Capt Thobela Gqabu (Regional Manager: East), Capt Gustav Louw (Regional Manager: West), Ms Lesego Mashishi (Chief Human Capital Officer), Capt Karl Otto (Head: Centre for Sea Watch and Response), Mr Boetse Ramahlo (Executive: Policy, Legal and Regulations), Mr Ndzimeni Ramugondo (Chief Information Officer), Ms Bongi Stofile (Regional Manager: South) Communications Officers: Mr Vusi September (Executive: Corporate Affairs)

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

R’000

R’000

R’000

145 753

132 250

134 406

24 682

29 188

30 763

170 435

161 438

165 169

64 548

67 202

86 154

7 443

9 357

18 098

71 991

76 559

103 252

98 444

84 879

61 781 453 557

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

431 017

434 098

Exchange Transactions

110 858

107 476

104 917

Non-Exchange Transactions

320 159

326 622

348 640

Total Expenditure

(417 452)

(416 079)

(381 697)

Employee Costs

(228 594)

(229 434)

(202 623)

13 565

18 019

71 860

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

2 692

28 784

27 501

(5 824)

(8 186)

(7 939)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

80 616

83 748

63 150

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

46 862

76 175

47 977

2017/18

Investing Activities

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

370

365

374

Posts Filled

305

304

302

THE SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ROADS AGENCY SOC LTD (SANRAL) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 48 Tambotie Avenue, Val De Grace, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 415, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 844 8000 FAX: 012 844 8200 WEB: www.sanral.co.za EMAIL: info@sanral.co.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The vision of the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) is ensuring that the national road transport system delivers a better South Africa for all. SANRAL’s ten strategic objectives are: 1. Improve SANRAL’s reputation; 2. Provide and manage a safe national road network (primary avenues of mobility) to enable and contribute to economic growth and social development; 3. Utilise the primary road network system to spatially transform SA (integrated cities, accessible resources, services, facilities and locations); 4. Democratise the provision of the road network – broad-based black economic empowerment and transformation; 5. Ensure relevance and grow the footprint and impact of SANRAL by positively impacting on communities where we work, building cooperative relationships with other road authorities and departments for effective delivery, developing the capability and capacity of other roads authorities, and enhancing job creation; utilise technology, research and innovation to advance the provision, operation and management of the national road system (meet road-user needs); 7. Pursue adequate government funding to sustainably operate and maintain the national road network. In addition, explore, develop and implement a diversified funding strategy and exploit opportunities for the use of the user pays principle; 8. Lead and/or contribute to South Africa’s regional integration objectives and obligations through infrastructure development, human capital, technical know-how and skills development; 9. Pursue global interests and develop a strong commercial business case; 10. Ensure sustainability in the provision of roads inclusive of safety, the environment, resources efficiency, good corporate citizenship and governance.

Chairperson: Mr Themba Mhambi Board Members: Mr Rob Haswell, Mr Skhumbuzo Macozoma (CEO), Ms Lungile Madlala, Mr Tamsanqa Piet Matosa, Mr Alec Moemi

Chief Executive Officer: Mr Skhumbuzo Macozoma Chief Financial Officer: Ms Inge Mulder Senior Management: Mr Randall Cable (Regional Manager: Western Region), Ms Heidi Harper (Corporate Services Executive), Mr Progress Hlahla (Regional Manager: Northern Region), Mr Louw Kannemeyer (Engineering Services Executive), Mr Thabiso Malahleha (Head of Strategy), Ms Alice Mathew (Company Secretary), Mr Vusi Mona (General Manager: Communications), Mr Dumisani Nkabinde (Regional Manager: Eastern Region), Mr Simon Peterson (Regional Manager: Southern Region), Mr Adolph Tomes (Acting Business Operations Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Thabang Nkome, Ms Priya Pillay (Corporate Communications Manager), Ms Dorris Simpson (Content Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

20 912 700

9 999 382

12 490 121

441 146 665 402 887 320 375 339 772 462 081 978 24 784 138 105 801 777

412 921 162 387 860 833 17 988 896

15 865 623

101 121 117 100 482 561

Total Liabilities

130 585 915

119 110 013

116 348 184

Total Net Assets

331 496 063

293 811 149

271 512 649

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Posts Filled

Total Revenue

52 857 050

Total Expenditure

(15 172 136)

Employee Costs

(397 900)

(353 654)

(312 308)

37 684 914

26 152 389

(418 470)

3 886 152

1 269 429

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

HUMAN RESOURCES

42 216 687

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

423

n/a

18 442 166

(16 064 298) (18 860 636)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

12 290 511 (7 754 958)

(5 564 675) (8 703 890)

16 533 894

8 740 108

7 646 576

342 634

421 862

333 607

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION (DWS) CONTACT DETAILS

water & sanitation

PHYSICAL: Sedibeng Building, 185 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X313, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 336 8387 / 7500 / 0800 200 200 FAX: 012 336 8664 WEB: www.dws.gov.za

Department: W ater and Sanitation REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Water and Sanitation is to serve the people of South Africa by: making a positive impact on the country and its people as custodians of its water and sanitation resources, and as innovative and committed partners in the drive for sustainable development; being service- and delivery-orientated; leading its sector and enabling partners with the knowledge and capacity to ensure that all water services are delivered; being committed to innovation and using cutting-edge technology as a catalyst for positive change, connecting its people and enabling them to work anywhere, anytime; and having a heart that values its investment in its people. The Department provides them with a caring and trusting environment that encourages personal development and is a breeding ground for talent. The Department’s strategic goals are: to be an efficient, effective and development-orientated sector leader; equitable and sustainable provision of raw water; provision of equitable and sustainable water services of acceptable quantity and quality; and protection of freshwater ecosystems.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Ms Lindiwe Sisulu (Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Mr David Mahlobo (Deputy Minister of Water and Sanitation) (ANC) Director General: Mr Mbulelo Tshangana (Acting) Deputy Directors General: Ms Janine Julies Nale Senior Management: Mr Beza Ntshona (Head of Office: Deputy Minister) Communications Officers: Mr Sputnik Ratau (Director: Media Liaison), Mr Tuso Zibula (Media Relations: Office of the Minister)

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

DEPUTY MINISTER MR D MAHLOBO

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

16 482 656

16 940 139

15 620 325

Actual Expenditure

15 106 238

15 217 606

16 619 434

Employee Compensation

1 683 436

1 604 040

1 535 641

Goods and Services

2 022 079

2 021 213

1 999 708

Capital Assets

2 394 699

3 060 279

3 373 671

570 165

1 863 238

2 168 040

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

7 927

7 860

7 946

Posts Filled

6 678

6 786

6 911

AMATOLA WATER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 6 Lancaster Road, Vincent, East London, 5247 POSTAL: Private Bag X3, Vincent, 5217 TEL: 043 707 3700 / 0800 864 699 FAX: 043 707 3701 WEB: www.amatolawater.co.za EMAIL: aw@amatolawater.co.za

OVERVIEW Amatola Water is an essential services utility operating in the water sector in the Eastern Cape. Established in terms of the Water Services Act 108 of 1997 and accountable to the Minister of Water and Sanitation as its Executive Authority, the Water Board’s primary function is the provision of bulk water supply and sanitation services in order to advance

the socio-economic potential of the people of the Eastern Cape. In addition, as stipulated under the provisions of Section 30 of the Act, the utility also offers services in: operation and maintenance of water treatment works and dams; management services to water services institutions; project implementation; concessions; and advisory services.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

OFFICE BEARERS This entity has been placed under legal administration. Chairperson: Mncedisi Malotana Board Members: Nkosazana NomaXhosa Jongilanga, Abraham Pieter le Roux, Lebogang Letsoale, Gaathier Mahed, Mosidi Makgae, Makgobi Ramushu, Mxolisi Joe Skosana, Buhle Tonise, Tabiso Wana, Zamikhaya Xalisa Chief Executive Officer: Mr Sazile Qweleka (Acting Executive Manager: Planning and Development) Chief Financial Officer: Mr L Fokazi Senior Management: Ms Jo Dalbock (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Ms Asanda Gidana (Executive Manager: Operations), Mr Unathi Mbali (Senior Manager: Strategy, Monitoring and Evaluation) Communications Officers: Ms Nosisa Sogayise (Head: Stakeholder and Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

861 791

615 632

542 490

542 726

1 404 281

1 158 358

563 672

452 870

-

-

563 672

452 870

840 609

705 487

570 037

506 948

477 651

418 394

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

92 386

88 554

Total Expenditure

(434 915)

(484 633)

Employee Costs

(48 858)

(43 528)

135 122

22 315

Operating Activities

252 741

260 793

Investing Activities

10 884

(15 316)

639 956

376 335

31 334

19 426

2018/19

2017/18

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

345

422

Posts Filled

322

343

BLOEM WATER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2 Mzuzu Street, Pellisier, Bloemfontein, 9301 POSTAL: PO Box 30121, Pellisier, Bloemfontein, 9301 TEL: 051 403 0800 FAX: 051 422 5333 WEB: www.bloemwater.co.za EMAIL: Communications@bloemwater.co.za

OVERVIEW Bloem Water’s mission is to create a leading value-driven, effective and responsive water services institution adapting best practice methods in anticipating tomorrow’s challenges today. The water board’s strategic goals and objectives are to: plan, develop, operate and maintain infrastructure to ensure sustainable water services delivery; manage and optimise financial affairs to meet current and future obligations; secure the supply and quality of raw resources; achieve an aligned effective and efficient institution through optimisation of all business processes and systems; and engage and strengthen strategic partnerships with all relevant stakeholders. The Board has reviewed its strategic position and is committed to improve water service delivery through infrastructure development and financial viability to ensure sustainability.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

Chairperson: Mr TB Phitsane Deputy Chairperson: Adv Tshepisho Doreen Segoe-Backward Board Members: Ms Dipitseng Maropeng Manamela, Ms Puseletso Matete, Mr Luvuyo Xola Ntoyi, Mr James Jonathan Price, Ms Ntikile Sandlana, Mr Louis Evelyn van Rheede van Oudtshoorn Chief Executive Officer: Ms Mmatebe Moja Chief Financial Officer: Mr Thabo Manyoni Senior Management: Ms Sandra Meyer (Executive: Human Resources), Ms Nkagiseng Motlhaolwa (Executive: Corporate Support), Mr Themba Ngubeni (Executive: Engineering and Projects), Mr Maruping Rapudungoane (Executive: Operations and Maintenance), Ms Noxolo Silevu (Company Secretary) Communications Officers: Ms Lindi Caesarine Mogorosi, Ms Mamokete Thoabala

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

225 158

569 719

510 611

1 122 491

989 330

910 427

1 347 649

1 559 049

1 421 038

314 800

197 730

222 773

74 010

115 189

151 409

Total Liabilities

958 839

1 246 130

374 182

Total Net Assets

958 839

1 246 130

1 046 856

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

OFFICE BEARERS

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

1 038 972

956 824

911 266

932 335

858 038

808 578

106 637

98 786

102 688

Total Expenditure

(1 326 263)

(757 552)

(771 705)

Employee Costs

(254 825)

(218 046)

(189 738)

(287 291)

199 272

139 561

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(156 032)

307 155

257 676

Investing Activities

(151 554)

(59 739)

(121 466)

91 071

436 627

228 114

4 117

3 766

1 120

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

525

525

525

Posts Filled

436

404

386

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BREEDE-GOURITZ CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 51 Baring Street, Worcester, 6850 POSTAL: Private Bag X3055, Worcester, 6849 TEL: 023 346 8000 FAX: 023 347 2012 WEB: breedegouritzcma.co.za EMAIL: info@bgcma.co.za

Senior Management: Ms Prudence Mahlaba (Acting Senior Manager: Water Resources)

Communications Officers: Malehlohonolo Mlabateki FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OVERVIEW The mission of the Breede-Gouritz Catchment Management Agency is to manage water resources responsibly, through continuous engagement with all stakeholders, and to devolve decision-making to the lowest level for the benefit of all water users in the Breede-Gouritz Catchment, including the environment. The Agency’s strategic priorities are to: ensure quality water for all people and the environment; address water allocation reform; ensure good administration of registration and licensing; inspire change in attitudes towards the environment; and promote economic growth in a sustainable way. These priorities are carried out in order to: address the developmental needs of the people and contribute to the eradication of poverty; ensure fair, equitable and well-controlled water allocation, while maintaining the integrity of the natural resource; manage the ecosystem in a sustainable manner; and allow all stakeholders a voice in how it manages our water resources.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr BE Mnisi Deputy Chairperson: Mr TE Abrahams Board Members: Mr AP Barnes, Dr O Curtis, Ms B Damane, Mr MJ Delport, Ms EM Palmer, Mr HM Russouw, Mr CJU Swart Chief Executive Officer: Mr Jan van Staden (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Zanele Mngoma

FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

n/a

100 273

44 126

Non-Current Assets

n/a

3 368

4 064

n/a

103 641

48 191

Current Liabilities

n/a

10 708

6 776

Non-Current Liabilities

n/a

-

-

Total Liabilities

n/a

10 708

6 776

Total Net Assets

n/a

92 933

41 415 76 433

Total Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

n/a

115 847

Exchange Transactions

n/a

50 048

16 433

Non-Exchange Transactions

n/a

65 800

60 000

Total Expenditure

n/a

(64 330)

(54 390)

Employee Costs

n/a

(39 605)

(33 063)

n/a

51 518

22 080

Operating Activities

n/a

25 549

8 934

Investing Activities

n/a

(534)

(852)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

n/a

34 174

9 159

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

n/a

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

n/a

86

86

Posts Filled

n/a

65

51

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

HUMAN RESOURCES

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

INKOMATI-USUTHU CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY (IUCMA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: MAXSA Building, 13 Streak Street, Nelspruit, 1200 POSTAL: PO Box X11214, Nelspruit, 1200 TEL: 013 753 9000 FAX: 013 753 2786 WEB: www.iucma.co.za EMAIL: information@iucma.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Inkomati-Usuthu Catchment Management Area (IUCMA) is to supply sufficient, equitable and quality water resources for all in the Inkomati-Usuthu Water Management Area. The mission of the IUCMA is to efficiently manage water resources by empowering our stakeholders in our quest to contribute towards transformation by promoting equal access to water and protecting our environment. The Agency supports the cooperative management of the Inkomati basin as an internationally shared watercourse. The decision-making environment of the Agency, including delegated functions, enables collaborative action towards equity, sustainability and efficiency in a continually evolving socio-economic system. The Agency manages the resources adaptively, cooperatively and progressively to achieve social, economic and environmental justice, and promote healthy living. The Agency’s functions are derived from the National Water Act 36 of 1998. They are, among others, to: s80-investigate and advise interested persons on the protection, use, development, conservation, management and control of the water resources in its water management area; develop a catchment management strategy; coordinate the related activities of water users and of the water management institutions within its water management area; promote the coordination of its implementation with the implementation of any applicable development plan; promote community participation in the

protection, use, development, conservation, management and control of the water resources in its water management area; s19&20-prevent and remedy effects of pollution; and control emergency incidents in respect of water resource pollution or potential water resource pollution. Other delegated functions include; S25, 33, 34, 35, 40, 41, 42, 44, 53, 54, 55, 57 and 58.

OFFICE BEARERS Deputy Chairperson: Mr Sam Mthembu Board Members: Mr M Gangazhe, Dr T Kelly, Mr TH Mathebula (Board Secretary), Ms Miranda Sikhakhane, Ms SD Wiggins, Mr Linda Carol Zulu

Chief Financial Officer: Mr ZAT Zitha Senior Management: Ms P Chuene (Internal Audit Specialist: Office of the CEO), Ms S Govere (Manager: Finance), Ms W Mabuza (Manager: Revenue), Mr HM Makhubele (Manager: Institution and Participation), Mr TH Mathebula (Board Secretary), Ms S Mbatha (Manager: Supply Chain), Mr AA Mbhalati (Manager: Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement), Dr JB Molwantwa (Executive: Water Resources Management), Ms LF Nemathaga (Manager: Water Resource Authorisation), Mr G Nevari (Manager: Strategic Support), Mr T Sawunyama (Manager: Resource Planning and Operations), Mr M Selepe (Manager: Resource Quality Monitoring), Mr C Sewela

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

(Manager: Records and Auxiliary Services), Mr S Shabangu (Manager: Data and Information Management), Adv MB Shabangu (Executive: Corporate Services), Mr S Shabangu (Manager: Human Resources Managment), Mr T Shongwe (Manager: Risk and Compliance Management Specialist), Mr L Skhosana (Manager: Information Technology) Communications Officers: Ms Sylvia Machimana (Manager: Communications and Intergovernmental Relations)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

100 804

153 248

70 770

4 187

4 354

5 856

104 992

157 602

76 626

5 768

104 270

60 006

28

41

288

5 795

104 311

60 294

99 196

53 291

16 332

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

221 366

111 923

118 866

Exchange Transactions

45 640

38 909

44 695

Non-Exchange Transactions

175 726

73 014

74 171

Total Expenditure

(175 464)

(108 652)

(118 167)

Employee Costs

(78 505)

(69 139)

(59 091)

45 902

3 271

699

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(20 173)

46 193

(11 395)

Investing Activities

(1 691)

(611)

(2 098)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

76 352

98 399

53 128

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

15 422

401

401

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Audit not Finalised

LEPELLE NORTHERN WATER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1 Landros Mare Street, Polokwane, Limpopo, 0700 POSTAL: Private Bag X9522, Polokwane, Limpopo, 0700 TEL: 015 295 1800 WEB: lepellewater.com EMAIL: info@lepelle.com

OVERVIEW Lepelle Northern Water (LNW) is a state-owned water utility. Its vision is to provide excellent regional water and sanitation services solutions. Municipal customers serviced by LNW include Polokwane Local Municipality, Capricorn District Municipality, Mopani District Municipality, Sekhukhune District Municipality, Vhembe District Municipality and Mogalakwena Local Municipality. Lepelle Northern Water’s mission is to deliver cost-effective, equitable, sustainable and quality water and sanitation services with passion.

OFFICE BEARERS The board has been dissolved and the entity placed under administration. Chairperson: Mr TJ Mathebula Deputy Chairperson: Ms YD Mbane Board Members: Mr B Gaorekwe, Ms M Mabi, Adv MM Makgopa-Madisa, Mr JL Matlala, Dr NF Mphephu, Mr AE Netshidaulu (Acting CEO), Ms M Sebela (Company Secretary), Mr MC Twalo Chief Executive Officer: Mr AE Netshidaulu (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms SP Mathevula Senior Management: Ms DG Manzini (Chief Audit Executive), Ms MM Mashamaite (Risk Management Officer), Mr RJ Mathebula (Acting General Manager: Corporate Services), Ms ME Mphachoe (Acting General Manager: Operations and Maintenance), Mr N Nokeri (Manager: Strategy and Planning), Ms MR Sebela (Company Secretary) Communications Officers: Mr Simon Mpamonyane

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 121 205

1 082 768

n/a

2 665 740

2 705 343

n/a

3 786 945

3 788 111

n/a

640 539

536 456

n/a

73 796

80 407

n/a

714 335

616 863

n/a

3 072 610

3 171 248

n/a

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

770 658

721 625

n/a

602 039

561 140

n/a

149 969

160 485

n/a

Total Expenditure

(869 296)

(656 372)

n/a

Employee Costs

(181 209)

(172 808)

n/a

(98 638)

65 253

n/a

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

122 280

107 280

n/a

Investing Activities

(86 346)

(92 713)

n/a

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

87 998

52 230

n/a

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

12 685

7 575

n/a

MAGALIES WATER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 38 Heystek Street, Rustenburg, North West, 0300 POSTAL: Private Bag X82327, Rustenburg, 0300 TEL: 014 597 4636 FAX: 014 597 4638 WEB: www.magalieswater.co.za EMAIL: info@magalieswater.co.za

OVERVIEW Magalies Water Board is a regional water utility established in terms of Section 28 of the Water Services Act 108 of 1997. It provides bulk water

and sanitation services to municipalities, mining operations and industrial customers across the three provinces of Gauteng, Limpopo and North West.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Magalies Water is a Schedule 3B state owned enterprise (SOE) in terms of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), which is accountable to the government of South Africa through the Minister of the Department of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation (DHSWS).

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Nthibane Rebecca Mokoto Deputy Chairperson: Dr Thembinkosi Twalo Board Members: Ms Bukeka Mahlutshana, Ms Magogodi Malaka, Ms Ertia Mokgatle, Mr Likotsi Morienyane, Mr Itumeleng Mosala, Dr Keneilwe Sebego, Mr Mokiti Shoahle Chief Executive Officer: Mr Sandile Psychology Mkhize Chief Financial Officer: Ms Matshidiso Tabane Chief Operations Officer: Mr Ofentse Nthutang (Acting) Senior Management: Ms Buyiswa Bingwa (Acting General Manager: Corporate Services), Ms Kelebogile Mogamisi (General Manager: Stakeholder and Customer Services), Ms Lerato Morake (General Manager: Water Services), Mr Tshiamo Mpane (General Manager: Project Management Unit), Mr Ofentse Nthutang (Acting General Manager: Engineering Services) Communications Officers: Ms Idah Dikeledi (Stakeholder and Communications Manager), Ms Bulelwa Mbali-Khoele (Marketing and Communications Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

575 660

508 542

550 273

2 980 300

2 927 577

2 800 320

3 555 960

3 436 119

3 350 593

319 445

362 771

673 834

611 416

617 726

745 939

930 861

980 497

1 419 773

2 625 099

2 455 622

1 930 820

834 476

732 563

750 962

783 052

723 814

639 896

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

51 424

8 749

111 066

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(664 999)

(610 661)

(539 515)

Employee Costs

(96 682)

(91 643)

(67 894)

169 477

121 902

211 447

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

195 911

247 644

158 462

(160 985)

(222 915)

(186 235)

177 247

142 321

117 592

2

407

4 879

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

n/a

n/a

301

Posts Filled

n/a

n/a

283

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

R’000

MHLATHUZE WATER CONTACT DETAILS

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

PHYSICAL: Cnr South Central Arterial & Battery Bank Streets, Alton Industrial Area, Richards Bay

POSTAL: Private Bag X1047, Richards Bay, 3900 TEL: 035 902 1000 FAX: 035 902 1111 WEB: www.mhlathuze.co.za EMAIL: communication@mhlathuze.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of Mhlathuze Water is to provide and expand affordable, sustainable, quality and reliable regional water and wastewater services to stakeholders, improve quality of life and contribute to development. Mhlathuze Water has built and operates an interbasin transfer at a capacity of 1200 l/s on behalf of the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS). The Entity owns Nsezi Water Treatment Plant, which has a capacity of 205 ml/day and operates an effluent disposal system consisting of three offshore pipelines up to 5km in length. Mhlathuze Water implements water Infrastructure projects on behalf of the DWS. One of the major projects that has been successfully implemented is the Jozini Regional WTP at 40 ml/day capacity, with associated bulk infrastructure. It also provides water and related services to municipalities, services of operations, and maintenance for municipal water and wastewater treatment plants.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Thabi A Shange Deputy Chairperson: Mr Zwelakhe S Hlophe Board Members: Mrs Amita Badul, Mrs Glory Biyela, Ms Nica Gevers, Dr Mosidi Makgae, Ms Nothando Mkhize, Mr Bongi Mshengu, Prof Purshottamma Reddy, Mr Musa Xulu, Mr Mzothule Zikalala Chief Executive Officer: Mr Mthokozisi P Duze Chief Financial Officer: Ms Babongile Mnyandu Chief Operations Officer: Mr PJ Maponya (General Manager: Operations) Senior Management: Mr Patrick Maisiri (General Manager: Technical Services), Mr Siyabonga Maphumulo (Manager: Corporate Communications), Ms Simangele Mbatha (Company Secretary), Mr Mandla Myeni (General Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Swaswa Ntlhoro (Head: Scientific Services) Communications Officers: Ms Nosiphelelo Mchunu (Manager: Office of the Chief Executive)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

R’000

R’000

521 831

444 320

411 215

1 071 553

1 037 038

960 705

1 593 384

1 481 359

1 371 920

167 425

174 760

143 151

97 032

113 999

142 227

264 457

288 759

285 378

1 328 927

1 192 600

1 086 542

681 950

732 612

556 396

681 950

732 612

556 396

-

-

-

Total Expenditure

(545 623)

(628 667)

(468 386)

Employee Costs

(106 740)

(95 588)

(93 107)

136 327

103 946

81 949

Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

229 375

159 011

144 545

Investing Activities

(97 856)

(139 254)

(80 803)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

372 407

263 087

265 529

-

4

43 174

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

206

104

222

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

OVERBERG WATER BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Trident Park 3, Ground Floor, 1 Niblick Way, Somerset West, 7130 POSTAL: PO Box 1005, Somerset Mall, 7137 TEL: 021 851 2155 WEB: www.overbergwater.co.za

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2017/18

2016/17

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

25 398

24 807

21 067

Non-Current Assets

73 367

74 365

71 822

98 765

99 172

92 889

6 862

12 312

10 273

392

696

324

Total Liabilities

7 254

13 008

10 597

Total Net Assets

91 511

86 163

82 292

56 266

49 969

51 462

55 061

49 969

51 462

1 205

-

-

Chairperson: Mr Razeen Benjamin Deputy Chairperson: Ms Ina de Bruyn Board Members: Dr Gregory Davids, Mr David Lefutso, Ms Nandipha

Total Expenditure

(50 918)

(47 032)

(44 415)

Employee Costs

(10 774)

(8 336)

(6 837)

5 348

2 938

7 046

Madiba, Mr Maselaganye Matji, Ms Sphiwe Mayinga, Mr Sikhumbuzo Nene, Ms Lerato Seripe Chief Executive Officer: Mr Phakamani Buthelezi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Norman Mudau Chief Operations Officer: Mr Clint Stewart Senior Management: Ms Eltecia Basson (Accountant), Mr Nicholas Lehutso (Senior Manager: Supply Chain), Ms Busisiwe Marupula (Strategic Support), Mr Brian Mokhele (Senior Manager: Management Accountant), Mr Luvuyo Mpetile (Debtors Clerk), Thozama Rani (Senior Human Resource Manager), Ms Shannon Walbrugh (Creditors Clerk) Communications Officers: Ms Annes Julius (Receptionist)

CASH FLOW

OVERVIEW Overberg Water Board is classified as a Schedule 3B Public Entity in terms of the Public Finance Management Act and is incorporated in terms the Water Services Act (WSA) 108 of 1997. Its primary responsibilities are outlined in section 29 of the WSA, which is to be a bulk portable water supplier to Water Services Authorities. However, this mandate can be further extended to provide services listed in section 30 of the WSA.

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL POSITION

2018/19 Financially Unqualified

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year Operating Activities

1 146

3 272

8 679

Investing Activities

(891)

(2 113)

(5 291)

14 098

13 842

12 683

2 942

8 644

16 355

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

RAND WATER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 522 Impala Road, Glenvista, Johannesburg, 2058 POSTAL: PO Box 1127, Johannesburg, 2000 TEL: 011 682 0911 / 0860 10 10 60 WEB: www.randwater.co.za EMAIL: customservice@randwater.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of Rand Water is to deliver and supply world-class affordable, reliable and good quality water and related services to all stakeholders through: safe, efficient transport; sustainable and innovative business practices; empowered employees; mutually beneficial strategic relationships; and legislative compliance and best practice. Rand Water is the largest bulk water utility in Africa and is one of the largest in the world, providing bulk potable water to more than 11 million people in Gauteng, parts of Mpumalanga, the Free State and North West. Rand Water draws water from its catchments and purifies it for human consumption. The water is then supplied/sold to municipalities, mines and industries.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

9 038 323

6 267 503

4 756 386

24 492 203

23 249 944

21 751 810

33 532 796

29 846 158

26 510 582

Current Liabilities

5 039 499

3 231 808

3 236 650

Non-Current Liabilities

2 868 499

4 580 523

4 867 867

7 907 998

8 117 857

8 104 517

25 624 798

21 728 301

18 406 065

16 887 234

15 768 858

13 704 347

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Chairperson: Adv Faith Matshidiso Hashatse Deputy Chairperson: Ms Khulekelwe Glynnis Mbonambi Board Members: Ms Mahlatse Martha Kabi, Mr Lefadi Lucas

Total Revenue

Makibinyane, Ms Savannah Maziya, Ms Phindile Sweetness Mbanjwa, Ms Nomsa Georgina Judy Mbileni, Ms Sophie Molokoane-Machika, Mr Ramateu Monyokolo, Mr Sipho Mosai (CEO), Ms Mankone Mabataung Ntsaba, Mr Ahmed Mohammed Pandor, Mr Protas Thamsanqa Phili Chief Executive Officer: Mr Sipho Mosai Chief Financial Officer: Ms Matshidiso Nyembe Chief Operations Officer: Mr Khulekani Sydwell Nxumalo (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Vusi Kubheka (Group Strategy Executive), Ms Wayida Mohamed (Group Strategic Human Resources Executive), Dr Fawcett Ngoatje (Group Shared Services Executive), Dr Fikile Sithole (Group Governance Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Justice Mohale, Mr Gregg Mulzack

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Total Expenditure Employee Costs

(13 050 510) (12 219 895) (10 692 000) (1 118 687)

(1 282 302)

(1 164 316)

3 836 724

3 548 963

3 012 347

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

3 230 668

3 557 329

2 443 225

Investing Activities

(2 673 165)

(2 007 513)

(1 444 344)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

2 774 677

2 647 673

1 786 732

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 638 623

667 570

-

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

3 458

n/a

Posts Filled

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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SEDIBENG WATER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Protea Street, Balkfontein, Bothaville, 9660 POSTAL: Private Bag X5, Bothaville, 9660 TEL: 056 515 0200 FAX: 056 515 0369 WEB: www.sedibengwater.co.za EMAIL: ceosec@sedibengwater.co.za

OVERVIEW Sedibeng Water’s mission is to focus on: the appropriate treatment of wastewater and supply of potable water; ensuring viability and sustainability; creating an environment that is conducive to the growth and retention of skills; providing effective and efficient communications; and ensuring compliance.

OFFICE BEARERS Board Members: The board has been dissolved. Chief Executive Officer: Ms Mpinane A Shasha (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Keketso S Sekonyela (Acting) Chief Operations Officer: Mr MP Mokubung (Acting) Senior Management: Ms JT Busakwe (Finance Manager), Mr GM Dippenaar (Regional Manager: Free State), Mr IM Hasenjager (New Business Development Executive), Ms DI Khumalo (Company Secretary), Mr OA Masia (Regional Manager: Northern Cape), Mr A Mnyaka (Acting Regional Manager: North West (Mahikeng)), Mr NT Molobye (Human Resources Executive), Mr TE Nteo (Internal Audit Executive), Mr NE Ratshitanga (Technical Support and Safety, Health and Environment Executive), Mr SK Sithole (Acting Regional Manager: North West (South)), Mr DF Traut (Scientific Services Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Alfred Theys (Marketing and Communication Executive)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

4 735 574

3 804 276

Non-Current Assets

3 407 795

3 404 292

8 143 369

7 208 568

Current Liabilities

2 902 314

2 630 973

Non-Current Liabilities

1 492 477

886 870

Total Liabilities

4 394 791

3 517 843

Total Net Assets

3 748 578

3 690 725

1 648 595

1 532 192

1 648 595

1 532 192

Total Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

-

-

Total Expenditure

(1 590 743)

(1 499 020)

Employee Costs

(159 434)

(159 420)

57 852

33 172

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

217 597

426 023

Investing Activities

(153 917)

(432 444)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

407 458

360 229

160 512

95 513

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

TRANS-CALEDON TUNNEL AUTHORITY (TCTA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Tuinhof Building, Ground Floor, Stinkhout Building, 265 West Avenue, Centurion POSTAL: PO Box 10335, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 683 1200 FAX: 012 683 1361 WEB: www.tcta.co.za EMAIL: info@tcta.co.za

OVERVIEW

Senior Management: Ms Hanje Botha (Executive Manager: Human

The mission of the Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority (TCTA) is to plan, finance and implement sustainable and accessible water resource infrastructure. The TCTA was originally established as a special purpose vehicle to fulfil South Africa’s treaty obligations in respect of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project. Its establishment was in line with government policy and practice to seek off-balance-sheet funding options for infrastructure projects, which can recover their costs through the enduser tariffs. The purpose of constructing works off-budget is twofold: to ensure that the cost of the infrastructure is paid for by the benefitting end consumer and not by the entire tax base; and to reduce government borrowing requirements.

Capital and Organisational Development), Prof Ola Busari (Chief Strategy Officer and Acting Executive Manager: Enterprise-Wide Support Services), Mr Johann Claassens (Executive Manager: Project Management and Implementation), Mr Nhlanhla Nkabinde (Executive Manager: Project Finance and Treasury (PF&T)), Mr Leonard Radzuma (Chief Risk Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Wilma de Witt (Company Secretary), Ms Wanda Mkutshulwa (Head: Communications)

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Gerald Themba Dumas Deputy Chairperson: Ms Maemili Julia Ramataboe Board Members: Mr Norman Tinyiko Baloyi, Ms Lindelwa Dlamini, Mr Simphiwe Nicholas Khondlo, Ms Mollale Mavis Maponya, Mr Satish Roopa, Mr Greg White Chief Executive Officer: Mr Percy Sechemane Chief Financial Officer: Ms Busisiwe Shongwe

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

6 811 000

5 487 000

8 428 000

17 965 000 20 407 000 20 842 000 24 776 000 25 894 000

29 270 000

2 326 000

3 271 000

10 654 000

20 373 000

21 059 000

17 976 000

22 699 000 24 330 000 28 630 000 2 077 000

1 564 000

640 000

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure

5 537 000

2 016 000

HUMAN RESOURCES

2018/19

2017/18

186

176

175

Posts Filled

157

144

141

(5 033 000) (5 023 000) (2 690 000)

Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

5 443 000

2019/20

Posts Approved

n/a

(157 000)

(92 000)

504 000

420 000

(675 000)

2 913 000

4 336 000

1 062 000

39 000

139 000

2 994 000

4 291 000

3 049 000

3 848 000

61 892

37 915

260 993

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

UMGENI WATER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 310 Burger Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 POSTAL: PO Box 9, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 341 1111 FAX: 033 341 1167 WEB: www.umgeni.co.za EMAIL: info@umgeni.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of Umgeni Water is to be a global leader in the sustainable provision of water and related services. Its mission is to create value for our customers through providing innovative, sustainable, effective and affordable water and related services. Umgeni Water’s strategic intent is to be a key partner that enables government to deliver effective and efficient water and related services. Umgeni Water’s benevolent intent is to provide water and related services to improve the quality of life and enhance sustainable economic development.

OFFICE BEARERS The board was dissolved on 31 July 2020 and an interim board appointed. Chairperson: Mr Magasela Mzobe (Interim Chairperson) Deputy Chairperson: Mr Thabo Johannes Tselane (Interim Deputy Chairperson) Board Members: Mr Bheki Innocent Dladla (Interim), Ms Sindiswe Fortunate Getyeza (Interim), Mr Sydney James (Interim), Mr Mlamli Thembinkosi Magigaba (Interim), Ms Unathi Mhlope (Interim), Mr Vuyani Ndara (Interim), Ms Linda Ngcobo (Interim), Mr Manqoba Boy Ngubo (Interim), Ms Pretty Ntombela (Interim) Chief Executive Officer: Mrs Nomalungelo Mkhize (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Kajal Singh (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Sandile Dube (Executive: Operations), Mr Sibusiso Madonsela (Company Secretary), Dr Sipho Manana (Executive: Corporate Services), Mr Sibusiso Mjwara (Executive: Infrastructure Development), Mrs Manu Pillay (Executive: Scientific Service) Communications Officers: Mr Shami Harichunder (Manager: Corporate Stakeholder)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

5 042 805

3 244 087

2 679 861

9 272 554

9 553 149

8 954 736

14 326 202

12 797 236

11 634 597

1 934 492

1 192 706

1 096 111

1 713 076

2 484 583

2 477 721

3 647 568

3 677 289

3 573 832

10 678 634

9 119 947

8 060 765

4 458 800

3 800 847

2 903 723

(3 193 805) (2 446 496)

(1 932 903)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(269 508)

(250 488)

(699 555)

1 264 995

1 354 351

1 165 963

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

1 875 365

1 563 404

1 334 123

Investing Activities

(609 107)

(1 047 016)

(534 449)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

20 780

86 830

26 092

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

151 335

226 727

34 285

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 020

1 250

1 231

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

WATER RESEARCH COMMISSION (WRC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Lynnwood Bridge Office Park, Bloukrans Building, 4 Daventry Street, Lynnwood Manor, Pretoria

POSTAL: Private Bag X03, Gezina, 0031 TEL: 012 761 9300 WEB: www.wrc.org.za EMAIL: info@wrc.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Water Research Commission (WRC) is to be a global water knowledge node and South Africa’s premier water knowledge hub active across the Innovation Value Chain that: informs policy and decision-making; creates new products, innovation and services for socio-economic development; develops human capital in the water science sector; empowers communities and reduces poverty;

supports the national transformation and redress project; and develops sustainable solutions and deepens water research and development in South Africa, Africa and the developing world. The Commission’s mandate includes: promoting coordination, cooperation and communication in the area of water research and development; establishing water research needs and priorities;

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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ECONOMIC SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

BOOKMARKS

stimulating and funding water research according to priority; promoting effective transfer of information and technology; and enhancing knowledge and capacity building within the water sector.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Nozibele Mjoli Deputy Chairperson: Prof Sibusiso Vil-Nkomo Board Members: Dr Mosidi Makgae, Ms Massacha Khulekelwe Mbonambi, Ms Mpumi Msezane, Mr Dhesigen Naidoo (CEO), Dr Ntombifuthi Patience Nala, Mr Imraan Patel, Prof Aldo Stroebel Chief Executive Officer: Mr Dhesigen Naidoo Chief Financial Officer: Mr Fazel Ismail Senior Management: Dr Shafick Adams (Executive Manager: Water Resources and Ecosystems), Mr Jay Bhagwan (Executive Manager: Water Use and Waste Management), Dr Stanley Liphadzi (Group Executive: Research and Development), Ms Reshmili Lutchman (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Prof Sylvester Mpandeli (Executive Manager: Water Utilisation in Agriculture), Dr Mandla Msibi (Group Executive: Innovation and Impact), Dr Valerie Naidoo (Executive Manager: Business Development and Innovation) Communications Officers: Ms Nomakhosazana Jonas (Executive Manager: Marketing and Communication)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

280 773

206 657

177 957

16 979

17 126

18 359

297 751

223 783

196 316

172 573

136 077

108 304

4 331

5 333

6 699

Total Liabilities

176 904

141 410

115 003

Total Net Assets

120 848

82 373

81 313

330 557

284 299

292 780

71 590

47 691

6 964

258 967

236 608

285 816

Total Expenditure

(301 737)

(280 801)

(296 507)

Employee Costs

(95 557)

(83 244)

(73 869)

38 475

924

(5 684) (16 043)

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

63 729

30 938

Investing Activities

6 865

(3 429)

(1 862)

240 878

160 933

133 861

174

1 357

762

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

SOCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION (DBE) EDUCATION LABOUR RELATIONS COUNCIL (ELRC) SOUTH AFRICAN COUNCIL FOR EDUCATORS (SACE) UMALUSI - COUNCIL FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE IN GENERAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR (DEL) COMMISSION FOR CONCILIATION, MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION (CCMA) COMPENSATION FUND (CF) NATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LABOUR COUNCIL (NEDLAC) PRODUCTIVITY SA UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE FUND (UIF) DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (DOH) COUNCIL FOR MEDICAL SCHEMES (CMS) HEALTH PROFESSIONS COUNCIL OF SOUTH AFRICA (HPCSA) NATIONAL HEALTH LABORATORY SERVICE (NHLS) SOUTH AFRICAN MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (SAMRC) DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING (DHET) COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATION (CHE) NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (NIHSS) NATIONAL SKILLS FUND (NSF) NATIONAL STUDENT FINANCIAL AID SCHEME (NSFAS) QUALITY COUNCIL FOR TRADES AND OCCUPATIONS (QCTO) SOUTH AFRICAN QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY (SAQA) UNIVERSITIES SOUTH AFRICA (USAF) AGRICULTURAL SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (AGRISETA) BANKING SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (BANKSETA) CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (CHIETA) CONSTRUCTION EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (CETA) CULTURE, ARTS, TOURISM, HOSPITALITY AND SPORT SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (CATHSSETA) EDUCATION, TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (ETDP SETA) ENERGY AND WATER SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (EWSETA) FIBRE PROCESSING AND MANUFACTURING SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (FP&M SETA) FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICES SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (FASSET) FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (FOODBEV SETA) HEALTH AND WELFARE SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (HWSETA) INSURANCE SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (INSETA) LOCAL GOVERNMENT SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (LGSETA) MANUFACTURING, ENGINEERING AND RELATED SERVICES SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (MERSETA) MEDIA, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (MICT SETA) MINING QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY (MQA) PUBLIC SERVICE SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (PSETA) SAFETY AND SECURITY SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (SASSETA) SERVICES SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (SSETA) TRANSPORT EDUCATION TRAINING AUTHORITY (TETA) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (W&RSETA) UNIVERSITIES UNIVERSITIES OF TECHNOLOGY TVET COLLEGES DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (DSD) NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NDA) SOUTH AFRICAN COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONS (SACSSP) SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIAL SECURITY AGENCY (SASSA) DEPARTMENT OF SPORT, ARTS AND CULTURE (DSAC) BLIND SA BOXING SOUTH AFRICA NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS SERVICE OF SOUTH AFRICA (NARSSA) NATIONAL ARTS COUNCIL OF SOUTH AFRICA (NAC) NATIONAL FILM AND VIDEO FOUNDATION (NFVF) NATIONAL HERITAGE COUNCIL SOUTH AFRICA (NHC) NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SOUTH AFRICA (NLSA) PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE OF THE FREE STATE (PACOFS) SOUTH AFRICAN HERITAGE RESOURCES AGENCY (SAHRA) SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE FOR DRUG-FREE SPORT (SAIDS) SOUTH AFRICAN LIBRARY FOR THE BLIND (SALB) SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR THE BLIND GALLERIES THEATRES MUSEUMS

172 172 173 173 174 175 175 176 177 177 178 179 179 180 181 181 182 183 183 184 184 185 186 186 187 188 188 189 190 190 191 192 192 193 193 194 195 195 196 196 197 198 198 199 200 200 201 202 203 203 204 204 205 206 206 207 207 208 209 209 210 211 211 212 212 212 212

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DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION (DBE) CONTACT DETAILS

SOCIAL SERVICES

PHYSICAL: Sol Plaatje House, 222 Struben Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X895, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 357 3000 / 0800 202 933 FAX: 012 323 0601/6260 WEB: www.education.gov.za EMAIL: info@dbe.gov.za

basic education Department: B as ic E d u cation REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Department of Basic Education (DBE) is of a South Africa in which all people have access to lifelong learning, as well as education and training, which will, in turn, contribute towards improving quality of life and building a peaceful, prosperous and democratic South Africa. The Department’s strategic goals are: effective and efficient governance and management; effective development, monitoring of curriculum implementation and support; improved teacher supply, development and utilisation; effective systems for planning, coordination, information management, assessment and district support; and improved social cohesion in schools and well-being of learners.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mrs Angie Motshekga (Minister of Basic Education) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Dr Reginah Mhaule (Deputy Minister of Basic

MINISTER MRS A MOTSHEKGA

DEPUTY MINISTER DR R MHAULE

DIRECTOR GENERAL MR HM MWELI

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

Education) (ANC)

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Director General: Mr Hubert Mathanzima Mweli Chief of Staff: Mr Paul Sehlabelo Chief Financial Officer: Mr Patrick Khunou Deputy Directors General: Ms Simone Geyer (DDG: Delivery and

Total Final Appropriation

24 480 241

23 739 034

23 119 273

Actual Expenditure

23 871 646

23 437 477

23 036 802

521 576

491 220

472 510

1 955 994

1 893 845

1 785 880

1 212 591

1 860 436

1 635 371

695 982

199 979

154 973

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

796

796

796

Posts Filled

702

710

697

Support; Acting DDG: Office of the DG Branch), Mr Paddy Padayachee (Teachers, HR and Institutional Development), Dr Moses Simelane (Acting DDG: Curriculum Policy, Support and Monitoring), Mr David van der Westhuijzen (Infrastructure), Dr Granville Whittle (Educational Enrichment Services) Senior Management: Dr Faith Kumalo (Chief Director: Office of the Director General), Ms Mataole Ramohapi (Director: Office of the Director General) Communications Officers: Mr Elijah Mhlanga (Departmental Spokesperson), Ms Hope Mokgatlhe (Ministry Media Liaison Officer and Spokesperson) Secretaries: Ms Nomathemba Maake (Personal Assistant: Director General), Mr Steve Mabua (Private Secretary: Minister), Ms Zubeida Sattar (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister)

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

EDUCATION LABOUR RELATIONS COUNCIL (ELRC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 261 West Street, Centurion, 0042 POSTAL: Private Bag X126, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 663 7446 FAX: 012 643 1601 WEB: www.elrc.org.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC) is to improve the quality of teaching and learning through labour peace. The ELRC is a bargaining council that serves the public education sector nationally and provincially. The primary business of the ELRC is to promote the maintenance of labour peace in the public education sector, through the provision of dispute resolution and prevention services. The secondary business of the ELRC is to promote the maintenance of labour peace in the public education sector through the facilitation of negotiations between trade unions and the state as the employer. The Council’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to: provide an evidence base for improved policies and policy implementation in basic education through research and monitoring, and evaluation activities; attach equal importance to proactive dispute prevention and dispute resolution; maximise the scope of parties’ shared interest through

collective bargaining processes; provide appropriate support and training for all involved in dispute resolution and collective bargaining; and support and complement the core activities of the Council through sound communication strategies, special initiatives and campaigns.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Adv L Bono Chief Executive Officer: Ms Cindy Foca Senior Management: Mr Matlose Moela (Senior Manager: Dispute Management Services)

Communications Officers: Ms Bernice Loxton (Media Manager) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

171 724

162 965

145 674

Operating Activities

29 321

28 202

29 510

Investing Activities

201 045

191 167

175 183

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

5 178

6 321

7 905

-

-

-

Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

5 178

6 321

7 905

195 867

184 845

167 278

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

85 565

84 344

83 067

Total Expenditure

(74 543)

(66 789)

(43 147)

Employee Costs

(39 658)

(32 948)

(28 969)

11 022

17 555

39 920

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

12 654

18 637

24 802

(4 140)

(1 263)

(714)

170 746

162 232

144 858

40

6

611

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

60

60

59

Posts Filled

60

59

58

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

108 857

99 725

71 889

65 674

65 697

64 753

174 531

165 422

136 642

17 874

13 950

10 270

-

-

-

17 874

13 950

10 270

156 656

151 472

126 371

112 009

104 937

81 982

93 146

90 060

73 679

SOCIAL SERVICES

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

SOUTH AFRICAN COUNCIL OF EDUCATORS (SACE) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Block 1, Crossway Office Park, 240 Lenchen Avenue, Centurion, 0157

POSTAL: Private Bag X127, Centurion, 0046 TEL: 012 663 9517 / 086 1007 223 FAX: 012 663 9238 / 012 679 3331 WEB: www.sace.org.za EMAIL: info@sace.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Council of Educators (SACE) is to register fit to practise educators and lecturers, promote their continuing professional development, and maintain the profession’s professional teaching and ethical standards.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

OFFICE BEARERS

Current Liabilities

Chairperson: Mr Mabutho Lucky Cele (EXCO) Deputy Chairperson: Dr Louis H Swanepoel (EXCO) Council Members: Mr William Bester, Mr M Bomvana, Ms Gaylin Bowles

Non-Current Liabilities

(EXCO), Ms N Caluza, Dr Hendrik Deacon, Mr Kenneth Geza, Mr Walter Hlaise (EXCO), Ms V Hofmeester, Prof S Human-Vogel, Mr Thabile Kunene, Mr Tseliso Ledimo, Mr Magope Maphila (EXCO), Mr Elphus Maseko, Ms Brenda Mbatha, Ms Gugulethu Mbele (EXCO), Prof V McKay, Ms Ella Mapula Mokgalane (CEO - EXCO), Mr Mokholoane Moloi, Mr R Moroatshehla, Mr J Motona, Mr N Ntantala, Mr F Ntathu, Mr Enoch Rabotapi (EXCO), Mr Jonovan Rustin, Mr P Sauer, Mrs M Schoeman, Mr S Setusha, Ms C Weston Chief Executive Officer: Ms Ella Mapula Mokgalane Chief Financial Officer: Mr Morris Mapindani Communications Officers: Ms Josinah Moeletsi (Communications and Publicity), Mr Thembinkosi Ndhlovu (Communications and Publicity)

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

18 833

14 878

81 982

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(106 825)

(79 836)

(63 043)

Employee Costs

(56 223)

(44 491)

(33 649)

5 184

25 101

18 939

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

13 762

30 513

25 822

Investing Activities

(2 737)

(3 417)

(1 524)

107 894

96 869

69 773

226

-

3

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

2018/19 Financially Unqualified

2017/18 Financially Unqualified

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

164

150

130

Posts Filled

136

146

117

UMALUSI - COUNCIL FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE IN GENERAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 37 General Van Ryneveld Street, Persequor Technopark, Pretoria, 0020

POSTAL: PO Box 151 , Persequor Technopark, Pretoria, 0020 TEL: 012 349 1510 FAX: 012 349 1511 WEB: www.umalusi.org.za EMAIL: info@umalusi.org.za

OVERVIEW The Umalusi Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training sets and monitors standards for general and further education and training in South Africa in accordance with the National Qualifications Framework Act 67 of 2008, as amended, and the General and Further Education and Training Quality Assurance Act

58 of 2001, as amended. The Council is tasked with the development and management of a sub-framework of qualifications for general and further education and training and for the attendant quality assurance. Umalusi is currently responsible for the certification of the following qualifications: Schools – Senior Certificate amended (SCa) (continues as a revised qualification for adults) and National Senior Certificate (NSC);

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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SOCIAL SERVICES

TVET Colleges – National Technical Certificate (N3) and National Certificate Vocational (NCV); Adult Learning Centres – General Education and Training Certificate for Adults (GETC). In order to issue learners with certificates that are credible, Umalusi: develops and evaluates qualifications and curricula to ensure that they are of the expected standard; moderates assessment to ensure that it is fair, valid and reliable; accredits providers of education and training, and assessment; conducts research to ensure educational quality; and verifies the authenticity of certificates.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

50 381

57 745

65 008

60 312

34 757

42 643

110 693

92 502

107 652

14 943

16 611

17 619

7 861

4 671

4 773

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Liabilities

22 804

21 282

22 392

Chairperson: Prof John Volmink Deputy Chairperson: Prof LEM Monnapula-Mapesela Council Members: Prof Y Ballim, Mr D Hindle, Mr NT Johnstone,

Total Net Assets

87 889

71 221

85 260

166 945

165 101

158 064

32 311

36 558

32 293

134 634

128 543

124 612

Total Expenditure

(176 596)

(179 140)

(161 569)

Employee Costs

(81 450)

(73 617)

(67 614)

(9 651)

(14 039)

(3 505)

Operating Activities

(6 281)

(5 652)

(565)

Investing Activities

(2 793)

(1 892)

(6 004)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

43 232

52 306

59 850

6 981

1 864

11 069

Prof L Makalela, Prof MR Mampane, Adv J Merabe, Ms ME Metcalfe, Prof MP Mulaudzi, Dr C Myburgh, Ms A Singh, Prof PD Siyakwazi Chief Executive Officer: Dr Mafu S Rakometsi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Hendrik van der Walt Senior Management: Mr Lucky Ditaunyane, Dr Mary-Antoinette Dliwayo, Mr Biki Lepota, Ms Mary-Louise Madalane, Mr Simon Maluleka, Mr Dumisani Maluleke, Ms Zodwa Modimakwane (Executive Management), Mr Hezekiel Moloise (Council Secretariat), Ms Stella Mosimege, Ms Refilwe Selesho, Mr Emmanuel Sibanda (Executive Management), Dr Eva Sujee, Ms Cindy Thomas Communications Officers: Mr Lucky Ditaunyane (Senior Manager: PR and Communications)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

141

140

138

Posts Filled

136

129

131

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR (DEL) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Laboria House, 215 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria POSTAL: Private Bag X117, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 309 4000 FAX: 012 320 2059 WEB: www.labour.gov.za EMAIL: webmaster@labour.gov.za

employment & labour Department: E mploy ment and L ab ou r REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Department of Employment and Labour is to regulate the South African labour market for a sustainable economy through: appropriate legislation and regulations; inspection, compliance monitoring and enforcement; protection of human rights; provision of employment services; promotion of equity; social and income protection; and social dialogue. The Department plays a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and inequality through a set of policies and programmes developed in consultation with social partners, which are aimed at: improved economic efficiency and productivity; employment creation; sound labour relations; eliminating inequality and discrimination in the workplace; and alleviating poverty in employment.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Mr Thembelani W Nxesi (Minister of Employment and Labour) (ANC)

MINISTER MR T NXESI

DEPUTY MINISTER MS B MOLOI

DIRECTOR GENERAL MR T LAMATI

Communications Officers: Mr Musa Zondi (Acting Chief Communication Officer) Secretaries: Ms Albertina Barlow (Private Secretary: Minister), Ms Phindiwe Boqo (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister), Ms Sandisiwe Kaba (PA: Director General)

Deputy Minister: Ms Boitumelo Moloi (Deputy Minister of Employment and Labour) (ANC) Director General: Mr Thobile Lamati Chief of Staff: Mr Khangala George Mudumela Chief Financial Officer: Mr Bheki Maduna Deputy Directors General: Ms Bahumi Matebesi (Corporate Services), Ms Aggy Moiloa (Inspection and Enforcement Services), Mr Sam Morotoba (Public Employment Services), Mr Virgil Seafield (Labour Policy and Industrial Relations) Senior Management: Ms Marsha Bronkhorst (Acting UIF Commissioner), Mr Vuyo Mafata (Compensation Fund Commissioner), Ms Mandisa Matyila (Chief Director: Human Resource Management), Mr Thembinkosi Mkalipi (Chief Director: Labour Relations), Mr Setsomi Molapo (Chief Director: Labour Market Policy), Adv Malixole Ntleki (Director: Office of the Director General), Ms Nolukholo Sgaba (Acting Chief Operations Officer), Mr Tibor Szana (Chief Inspector: Occupational Health and Safety), Ms Esther Tloane (Chief Director: Public Employment Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

3 445 565

3 293 651

3 072 626

3 215 877

3 086 691

2 844 019

Employee Compensation

1 253 326

1 149 681

1 059 512

Goods and Services

580 000

550 926

511 872

43 145

87 909

92 780

1 462

7 897

5 260

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

9 784

9 273

9 147

Posts Filled

8 539

8 417

8 094

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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COMMISSION FOR CONCILIATION, MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION (CCMA) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW The vision of the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) is to be a world-class institution that promotes labour market stability, social justice and job security. The CCMA: conciliates workplace disputes; arbitrates disputes that remain unresolved after conciliation; facilitates the establishment of workplace forums and statutory councils; compiles and publishes information and statistics about its activities; and considers applications for accreditation and subsidy from bargaining councils and private agencies. The CCMA may: supervise ballots for unions and employer organisations; and give training and advice on the establishment of collective bargaining structures, workplace restructuring, consultation processes, termination of employment, employment equity programmes, and dispute prevention.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

101 334

183 433

148 250

47 865

39 440

49 889

149 198

222 873

198 139

Current Liabilities

97 994

136 729

114 458

Non-Current Liabilities

18 934

126

3 482

116 928

136 855

117 940

32 271

86 018

80 198

999 668

986 512

885 402

20 937

20 607

18 289

999 668

968 512

867 173

Total Assets

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

SOCIAL SERVICES

PHYSICAL: 28 Harrison Street, Johannesburg, 2001 POSTAL: Private Bag X94, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 377 6600/50 FAX: 011 834 7351 WEB: www.ccma.org.za EMAIL: info@ccma.org.za

Non-Exchange Transactions

Chairperson: Mr Enos Ngutshane Board Members: Ms Riefdah Ajam, Ms Siobhan Leyden , Mr Sifiso

Total Expenditure

(1 053 416)

(980 527)

(852 046)

Employee Costs

(546 669)

(521 671)

(454 552)

Lukhele, Ms Tshepo P Mahlaela, Ms Connie T Mametja, Mr Thembinkosi Mkalipi, Mr Narius Moloto, Mr Kaizer Moyane, Mr Bheki Ntshalintshali Director: Mr Cameron Sello Morajane Chief Financial Officer: Ms Kedibone Makshaakgomo Senior Management: Ms Zanele Hlophe (Chief Audit Executive: Internal Audit), Mr Marius Kotze (National Senior Commissioner: Dispute Resolution), Ms Annah Mokgadinyane (Executive: Governance and Strategy), Mr Mthembeni Ncanana (Executive: Shared Services), Mr Nkosikhona Nkosi (Chief Information Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Onkgopotse Maditse, Mr Amos Tshabalala

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(53 748)

5 985

33 356

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(42 453)

61 823

117 702

Investing Activities

(38 559)

(20 943)

(9 313)

96 657

180 289

141 162

144

1 100

4 090

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 046

1 046

1 046

982

948

922

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

COMPENSATION FUND CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Compensation House, 167 Thabo Sehume Street, Delta Heights Building, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 955, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 319 9163 / 012 306 5843 / 086 010 5350 WEB: www.labour.gov.za EMAIL: CFcallcentre@labour.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Compensation Fund is to provide efficient, quality, client-centric and accessible Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases (COID) services; sustain financial viability; and be an organisation that takes care of the needs of its staff to ensure effective service delivery. The Fund’s strategic objectives are to provide effective and efficient client-orientated support services; and faster, reliable and accessible COID services by 2020.

OFFICE BEARERS Commissioner: Mr Vuyo Mafata Chief Financial Officer: Mr John-Ross Thando Chief Operations Officer: Mr Johnny Modiba Senior Management: Ms F Fakir (Chief Director: Orthotics and Rehabilitation), Ms Boitumelo Gumbu (Director: Internal Audit), Ms Rebecca Kgantsi (Director: Supply Chain Management), Ms L Kgoele (Director: Risk Management), Ms M Khosa (Director: Executive Support), Mr Linda Kotta (Acting Chief Director: Practical

Management), Ms K Lebepe (Director: Anti-Corruption and Integrity Management), Mr Madimetja Ledwaba (Director: Organisational Effectiveness and Acting Chief Director: Corporate Support), Ms Pindile Makhubu (Director: Human Resource Management), Mr Xola Mnene (Director: Customer Care), Adv William Mogashoa (Legal Officer), Mr Maitswe Molotsi (Director: Income), Mr AK Pillay (Director: Office of the Commissioner), Mr Vishalin Pillay (Acting Business Relations Manager), Ms Nhlanhla Qamata (Chief Director: Corporate Services), Ms M Ruiters (Chief Director: Medical Benefits), Ms Pinkie Sihlangu (Acting Chief Director: COID Services), Ms M Thongoane (Director: Information and Communication Technology) Communications Officers: Ms Hlonitshwa Mpaka (Director: Communication and Stakeholder Management)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

15 411 252

11 740 030

11 832 682

Operating Activities

59 149 294

55 913 490

Investing Activities

70 391 621

70 889 324

67 746 172

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

4 867 910

4 365 553

4 387 672

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

35 547 340

39 867 584

30 494 165

40 415 250

44 233 137

34 881 837

Total Net Assets

29 976 371

26 656 187

32 864 335

17 741 349

14 095 149

11 753 678

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

SOCIAL SERVICES

Exchange Transactions

5 168 008

4 758 416

4 412 337

Non-Exchange Transactions

12 573 341

9 338 733

7 341 341

Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW

54 980 369

Total Liabilities

Total Revenue

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2 972 152

1 743 328

1 921 705

(2 086 448)

(2 154 418)

(2 285 463)

1 692 761

687 600

927 356

36 879

17 203

12 383

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

908

911

987

815

705

775

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

(15 583 340) (11 304 900) (14 786 885) (6 687 336)

(5 353 160)

(727 366)

2 158 009

2 780 249

4 870 352

NATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LABOUR COUNCIL (NEDLAC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 14A Jellicoe Avenue, Rosebank, Johannesburg POSTAL: PO Box 1775, Saxonwold, 2132 TEL: 011 328 4200 WEB: nedlac.org.za EMAIL: nolwazi@nedlac.org.za

OVERVIEW The vision of of the National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC) is to promote growth, equity and participation through social dialogue. NEDLAC’s mission is to give effect to the Nedlac Act by ensuring effective public participation in the labour market and socio-economic policy and legislation, and to facilitate consensus and cooperation between government, labour, business and the community in dealing with South Africa’s socio-economic challenges. The Nedlac Act requires the institution to: strive to promote the goals of economic growth, participation in economic decision-making and social equity; seek to reach consensus and conclude agreements on matters pertaining to social and economic policy; consider all proposed labour legislation relating to labour market policy before it is introduced in Parliament; encourage and promote the formulation of coordinated policy on social and economic matters; consider all significant changes to social and economic policy before it is implemented or introduced in Parliament; and consider socio-economic disputes in terms of Section 77 of the Labour Relations Act.

OFFICE BEARERS President: Mr Sipho Pityana (Business) Vice President: Mr Martin Kingston (Business) Council Members: Dr Faried Adams (Government) Riefdah Ajam (Labour) Mr Lawrence Bale (Community) Mr Roger Baxter (Business) Mr Chris Campbell (Business) Mabutho Cele (Labour) Cas Coovadia (Business) Ms Patricia de Lille (Minister: Government) Mr John Dludlu (Business) Mr Anthony Ehrenreich (Labour) Ms Isobel Frye (Community) Mr Sizwe Gcayi (Business) Thembinkosi Josopu (Community) Ms Martie Keyter (Labour) Ms Laura Kganyago (Community) Bongi Kunene (Business) Malose Kutumela (Labour) Mr Thobile Lamati (DG: Government) Mr Moses Lekota (Labour) Adv Mpheane Lepaku (Labour) Mr Zoleka Lisa (Business) Zingiswa Losi (Labour)

Thulani Mabuza (Community) Mr Jan Mahlangu (Labour) Conti Matlakala (Community) Mr Zacharia Matsela (Community) Ms Catherine Mavi (DC Convenor: Government) Busi Mavuso (Business) Mduduzi Mbongwe (Labour) Mr Tito Mboweni (Minister: Government) Mr Linton Mchunu (Acting DG: Government) Ms Thandiwe Alina Mfulo (Community) Mr Dondo Mogajane (DG: Government) Mr Thabo Mokoena (DG: Government) Ms Boitumelo Moloi (Deputy Minister: Government) Mr Narius Moloto (Labour) Mr Kaizer Moyane (Overall Convenor: Business) Skumbuzo Mpanza (Community) Pat Mphila (Labour) Mr Dumisani Mthalane (Community) Mr Adam Mthombeni (DC Convenor: Government) Lebogang Mulaisi (Labour) Kugesh Naidoo (Community) Mr Nhlanhla Ndlovu (Community) Mr Stavros Nicolaou (Business) Mr Bheki Ntshalintshali (Overall Convenor: Labour) Daluxolo Ntsinde (Community) Mr Thulas Nxesi (Minister: Government) Mbusi Nzimande (Community) Mr Lionel October (DG: Government) Mr Matthew Parks (Labour) Mr Ebrahim Patel (Minister: Government) Ms Deidre Penfold (Business) Mr Solly Phetoe (Labour) Mr John Purchase (Business) Tebello Radebe (Community) Ms Angela Russell (Business) Mr Virgil Seafield (Overall Convenor: Government) Mr Godfrey Selematsela (Labour) Mr Alvinah Thela (PFMPC Convenor: Government) Mr Edward Thobejane (Labour) Mr Herman Tsebe (Community) Ms Thulani Tshefuta (Overall Convenor: Community) Tumelo Zwane (Community)

Chief Executive Officer: Ms Lisa Seftel (Executive Director) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Jonas Shai Senior Management: Ms Nobuntu Sibisi (Head: Programme Operations)

Communications Officers: Ms Nkhensani Mati (PA: Executive Director), Ms Nolwazi Mthembu-Makaula (Office of the Executive Director)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

16 983

16 388

11 230

Non-Current Assets

18 407

19 729

21 627

35 406

36 263

32 857

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

9 852

12 631

3 792

-

-

-

9 852

12 631

3 792

FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

25 554

23 631

29 065

45 912

41 457

40 642

1 596

1 877

809

44 316

39 580

39 833

Total Expenditure

(43 989)

(46 890)

(35 780)

Employee Costs

(24 828)

(21 235)

(17 513)

1 923

(5 434)

3 961

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Operating Activities

1 154

5 689

6 798

Investing Activities

(559)

(311)

(760)

16 983

16 388

11 010

8 260

10 106

1 105

2017/18

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

38

31

31

Posts Filled

38

31

29

SOCIAL SERVICES

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

PRODUCTIVITY SA CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: International Business Gateway, Cnr New & Sixth Roads, Midrand

POSTAL: Private Bag 235, Midrand, Gauteng, 1685 TEL: 011 848 5300 FAX: 011 848 5555 WEB: www.productivitysa.co.za EMAIL: info@productivitysa.co.za

OVERVIEW Productivity SA is established in terms of section 31(1) of the Employment Services act No 4 of 2014. The Entity’s mandate is to promote employment growth and productivity, thereby contributing to South Africa’s socio-economic development and competitiveness. Productivity SA’s vision is to lead and inspire a productive and competitive South Africa. Its mission is to improve productivity by diagnosing, advising, implementing, monitoring and evaluating solutions aimed at improving South Africa’s sustainable growth, development and employment through increased competitiveness.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

Chairperson: Prof Mthunzi Mdwaba Board Members: Ms Marsha Bronkhorst, Dr Annaline Chetty, Ms Farida

Total Revenue

Kahn, Mr Mothunye Mothiba (CEO), Mr Welile Nolingo, Mr G Selematsela, Ms Shivani Singh Chief Executive Officer: Mr Mothunye Mothiba Chief Financial Officer: Dr Sibusiso Sabelo Senior Management: Mr Albert Brink (Executive Manager: Regional Operations Region 2), Dr Nandi Dabula (Executive Manager: Corporate Relations), Ms Lalane Janse van Rensburg (Executive Manager: Regional Operations Region 1), Ms Amelia Naidoo (Executive Manager: Regional Operations Region 3), Mr Justice Tshifularo (Executive Manager: Business Turnaround and Recovery) Communications Officers: Mr Maupi Monyemangene (Media Liaison Manager)

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

23 437

25 995

16 029

3 640

3 010

3 034

27 078

29 005

19 063

40 767

43 449

33 263

-

81

541

40 767

43 530

33 804

(13 690)

(14 525)

(14 742)

88 371

87 983

109 005

11 370

10 477

6 019

77 001

77 506

102 985

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(87 536)

(87 766)

(102 741)

Employee Costs

(62 485)

(64 595)

(64 900)

836

216

6 263

Operating Activities

(1 353)

10 938

(7 007)

Investing Activities

(1 556)

(610)

(221)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

20 914

24 283

14 374

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

121

169

671

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

107

107

106

77

77

90

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE FUND (UIF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 230 Lillian Ngoyi Street, Absa Towers, Pretoria, 0002 POSTAL: PO Box 1851, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 337 1700 / 1997 / 08600 030 007 WEB: www.labour.gov.za EMAIL: webmaster2@labour.gov.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) is to strive to contribute to the alleviation of poverty in South Africa by providing effective short-term unemployment insurance to all workers who

qualify for unemployment insurance and other related benefits. The UIF’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to: improve payment of benefits to UIF beneficiaries; improve collection of revenue from employers; participate in government initiatives to create and sustain decent employment; and provide effective administration of the Fund’s operations. To pursue these goals effectively, five strategic objectives were identified: fund poverty alleviation schemes; improve governance; strengthen the institutional capacity of the Fund; encourage compliance through enhanced service delivery; and improve stakeholder relations.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OFFICE BEARERS

SOCIAL SERVICES

Board Members: Ms Marsha Bronkhorst (Acting UIF Commissioner), Dr Prittish Dala, Mr Tony Franks, Ms Laura Kganyago, Mr Mvuyisi Macikama, Mr Jan Mahlangu, Mr David Maphoto, Adv Msuthu Matshani, Mr Mondli Mchunu, Mr Cameron Morajane, Mr Dumisani Mthalane, Mr Takalani Musekwa, Adv Eric Nwedo, Mr Thulani Tshefuta Chief Executive Officer: Ms Marsha Bronkhorst (Acting UIF Commissioner) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Fezeka Puzi Chief Operations Officer: Ms Judith Kumbi Senior Management: Ms Hlalisa Aderibigbe (Director: Budget, Expenditure and Bank Reconciliation), Ms Lezanne Briedenhamn (Director: Reporting), Mr Makhosonke Buthelezi (Director: Communication and Marketing), Mr Tom Buys (Acting Director: Operations), Ms Pumla Duma (Director: Labour Activation Programmes), Ms Ziyanda Fololo (Director: Income), Ms Christine Fourie (Director: Treasury Investment and Actuarial Service), Mr David Khumalo (Director: Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Judith Kumbi (Director: Operations), Mr Malesela Makgomatho (Director: Compliance), Mr Tshepiso Maphatane (Director: Risk Management), Mr Andries Mathabela (Director: Organisational Effectiveness), Ms Hilda Mhlongo (Chief Director: Corporate Services), Ms Mpumi Mnconywa (Chief Director: Labour Activation Programmes), Mr Xola Monakali (Director: Information Communication Technology), Mr Vuledzani Mulindi (Director: Internal Audit), Mr Maeleletse Nape (Director: Labour Activation Programme), Mr Mazwiogwani Phatela (Director: Legal Services), Ms Maria Ramoshaba (Director: Supply Chain Management), Mr Allan Regavallo (Director: Provincial Support), Ms Petro Roux (Director: Human Resources Management), Ms Lebo van Wyk (Director: Board Services and Security Management), Ms Sindisiwe Zungu (Director: Labour Activation Programme) Communications Officers: Mr Makhosonke Buthelezi (Director: Communication and Marketing)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

72 531 007

62 163 807

92 910 136

97 125 698

152 773 887

Current Liabilities

2017/18 Financially Unqualified

66 912 597 85 861 290

Total Assets

2018/19

165 441 143 159 289 505

9 753 252

10 497 334

25 755

26 870

26 434

9 779 007

10 524 204

13 436 165

142 994 880

13 409 732

154 916 939 145 853 339

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

33 290 583

31 570 033

32 019 132

12 742 418

12 004 819

n/a

20 548 165

19 565 214

n/a

(45 212 643) (29 373 747) (19 291 887)

Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(1 461 633)

(1 338 029)

(1 168 993)

(11 922 060)

2 196 286

12 727 245

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

1 797 843

7 582 363

7 308 999

Investing Activities

(2 516 612)

(6 581 648)

(6 387 426)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

3 498 077

4 216 846

3 216 133

393

2 348

45 763

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

602

602

574

Posts Filled

559

522

500

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (DOH) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1112 Voortrekker Road, Pretoria Townlands 351-JR,

health

Pretoria, 0187

Department: H ealth REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

POSTAL: Private Bag X828, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 395 8000 FAX: 012 395 8422 WEB: www.health.gov.za EMAIL: dg@health.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the National Department of Health is to improve health status through the prevention of illness, disease and the promotion of healthy lifestyles, and to consistently improve the health care delivery system by focusing on access, equity, efficiency, quality and sustainability. The National Development Plan (NDP) sets out nine long-term health goals for South Africa. Five of these goals relate to improving the health and well-being of the population, and the other four deal with aspects of health systems strengthening. By 2030, South Africa should have: raised the life expectancy of South Africans to at least 70 years; progressively improved TB prevention and cure; reduced maternal, infant and child mortality; significantly reduced the prevalence of non-communicable diseases; reduced injury, accidents and violence by 50% from 2010 levels; complete health system reforms; primary health care teams to provide care to families and communities; universal health care coverage; filled posts with skilled, committed and competent individuals.

OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Dr Zweli Mkhize (Minister of Health) (ANC) Deputy Minister: Dr Joe Phaahla (Deputy Minister of Health) (ANC) Director General: Dr Sandile Buthelezi Chief of Staff: Mr Thobani Matheza Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ian van Der Merwe Deputy Directors General: Ms Jeanette Hunter (Primary Health Care and Hospital Management Systems), Dr Anban Pillay (Health Regulation and Compliance), Ms Valerie Rennie (Head: Corporate Services) Senior Management: Mr Manage Makunyane (Head: Office of the Deputy Minister), Mr Sindile Sodladla (Head: Office of the Director General) Communications Officers: Mr Popo Maja (Chief Director: Communication and Stakeholder Engagement), Dr Lwazi Manzi (Spokesperson: Minister)

MINISTER DR Z MKHIZE

DEPUTY MINISTER DR J PHAAHLA

Secretaries: Ms Yvonne Madulane (Personal Assistant: Deputy Minister), Ms Nokwethemba Mchiza (Personal Assistant: Director General), Ms Georgina Sylvester (Personal Assistant: Minister)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

52 321 394

48 487 721

43 649 766

Actual Expenditure

51 563 246

47 342 363

43 188 222

830 928

793 199

856 263

1 284 017

1 788 797

1 625 578

794 547

765 616

668 003

54 042

16 579

62 798

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

1 755

1 694

1 940

Posts Filled

1 434

1 456

1 616

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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COUNCIL FOR MEDICAL SCHEMES (CMS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Block A, Eco Glades 2 Office Park, 420 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Eco Park, Centurion, 0157

SOCIAL SERVICES

POSTAL: Private Bag X34, Hatfield, 0028 TEL: 0861 123 267 / 012 431 0500 FAX: 086 206 8260 WEB: www.medicalschemes.com EMAIL: information@medicalschemes.com

OVERVIEW The Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) regulates the medical schemes industry in a fair and transparent manner and achieves this by: protecting the public and informing them about their rights, obligations and other matters, in respect of medical schemes; ensuring that complaints raised by members of the public are handled appropriately and speedily; ensuring that all entities conducting the business of medical schemes, and other regulated entities, comply with the Medical Schemes Act; ensuring the improved management and governance of medical schemes; advising the Minister of Health about appropriate regulatory and policy interventions that will assist in attaining national health policy objectives; and ensuring collaboration with other entities in executing its regulatory mandate. The Council’s strategic objectives are to ensure that: access to good quality medical scheme cover is promoted; medical schemes and related regulated entities are properly governed, responsive to the environment, and beneficiaries are informed and protected; the CMS is responsive to the environment by being a fair, transparent, effective and efficient organisation; and the CMS provides strategic advice to influence and support the development and implementation of national health policy.

(General Manager: Financial Supervision), Ms Nokhanyiso Molomo (Customer Care Centre), Mrs Mmatsie Mpshane (Education and Training), Mr Khayalethu Mvulo (Council Secretariat), Mrs Lindelwa Ndziba (General Manager: Human Resources Management), Mr Paresh Prema (General Manager: Benefits Management), Mr Reginals Sakiki (Executive Manager), Mr Michael Willie (General Manager: Research and Monitoring) Communications Officers: Ms Pulane Molefe

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Memela Makiwane Council Members: Dr Thandi Mabeba, Mr Moerane Marokane Maimane, Adv Roger Mareume, Dr Nombeko Mbava, Dr Leavit Mkansi, Dr Hlupheka Mukhari, Mr Lusani Mulaudzi, Dr Sugendra Naidoo, Mr Xolani Ngobese, Mr Naheem Raheman, Ms Diane Terblanche, Dr Aquina Thulare, Mr Imran Vanker Appeal Board: Dr Neville Bantu Jada, Dr Loyiso Mpuntsha, Judge Pres Bernard Ngoepe (Chairperson) Chief Executive Officer: Dr Sipho Kabane (Acting CEO/Registrar) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Daniel Lehutjo Chief Information Officer: Ms Thembekile Phaswane (General Manager: Complaints and Adjudication), Mr Ephraim Thlako Senior Management: Mr Craig Burton-Durham (General Manager: Legal Services), Ms Hannelie Cornelius (Acting General Manager: Accreditation), Dr Sipho Kabane (Senior Strategist), Ms Grace Khoza (General Manager: Stakeholder Relations), Mrs Tebogo Maziya

Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

9 832

30 339

42 948 18 214

14 695

16 228

24 527

46 567

61 162

33 077

28 044

30 920

11 093

11 536

10 969

44 170

39 580

41 889

(19 643)

6 987

19 273

177 854

168 044

165 544

171 158

162 041

159 540

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

6 696

6 003

6 004

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(204 485)

(290 940)

(174 463)

Employee Costs

(122 792)

(113 657)

(101 099)

(26 631)

(122 896)

(8 918)

Operating Activities

(18 596)

(3 120)

2 807

Investing Activities

(3 106)

(2 621)

(2 905)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

4 929

26 631

32 372

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

18 332

16 198

15 394

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

120

131

126

Posts Filled

130

118

113

HEALTH PROFESSIONS COUNCIL OF SOUTH AFRICA (HPCSA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 553 Madiba Street, Arcadia, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 205, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 338 9300/1 FAX: 012 328 5120 WEB: www.hpcsa.co.za EMAIL: info@hpcsa.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) is to enhance the quality of health by developing strategic policy frameworks for effective coordination and guidance of its 12 professional boards in setting health care standards for training and discipline of the professionals registered with the HPCSA, ensuring ongoing professional competence, and fostering compliance with those standards.

OFFICE BEARERS President: Prof Mbulaheni Simon Nemutandani Vice President: Dr Simpiwe Sobuwa

Council Members: Dr Justin Oswin August, Dr Ahmed Bham, Ms Elizabeth Burger, Mr Bheki I Dladla, Mr Sidney Thamsanqa Dywili, Prof Penelope Engel-Hills, Dr Thandeka T Khanyile, Mr Maemo Kobe, Dr Sethole R Legoabe, Ms Ntombizine V Madyibi, Ms Tintswalo B Mahlaola, Rev Thabiso L Mashiloane, Dr Desmond Mathye, Ms Mmanape M Mothapo, Ms Rachel Mphephu, Dr Tufayl A Muslim, Mr Thapelo J Nambo, Prof Nobelungu Julia Ngoloyi-Mekwa, Prof Fikile Nomvete, Mr Naheem Raheman, Prof Lebogang Ramma, Prof Solomon M Rataemane, Mr Joseph Shikwambani, Ms Lenore P Spies, Dr Aquina Thulare, Ms Akhona Vuma

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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Chief Executive Officer: Dr Munyadziwa Albert Kwinda (Acting

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

Registrar/CEO)

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Chief Financial Officer: Mrs M de Graaff Chief Operations Officer: Mr Moses Mtimunye (Head of Division:

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

295 670 47 651 343 020 273 966 838 274 804 68 216

331 776 41 938 373 714 252 312 252 312 121 403

338 991 40 311 379 303 231 080 1 356 232 437 146 866

320 453 (373 299) (190 613) (52 846)

293 066 (317 364) (167 071) (24 298)

279 946 (297 458) (162 713) (17 242)

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

(20 093) (11 582) 276 967 172

(6 156) (6 881) 307 433 -

(4 589) (11 582) 321 711 -

HUMAN RESOURCES

2017/18

Strategy and EPMO)

SOCIAL SERVICES

Senior Management: Adv Phelelani Khumalo (HOD: Legal and Regulatory Affairs), Dr Munyadziwa Kwinda (Ombudsman), Ms Olivia Mabotja (Head of Division: Education and Training), Ms Busisiwe Makhobotloane (Head of Division: Human Resources and Labour Relations), Mr Reuel Makhubela (Acting Head of Division: Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance Management), Mr Lerole David Mametja (HOD: Core Operations), Mr Mpho Mbodi (Head of Division: Professional Practice), Mrs Doreen Musemwa (Head of Division: Registrations), Ms Priscilla Sekhonyana (Acting Head of Division: Corporate Affairs) Communications Officers: Ms Priscilla Sekhonyana

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

305

272

272

Posts Filled

258

254

257

NATIONAL HEALTH LABORATORY SERVICE (NHLS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Modderfontein Road, Sandringham, Johannesburg POSTAL: Private Bag X8, Sandringham, 2131 TEL: 011 386 6000 FAX: 011 386 6620 WEB: www.nhls.ac.za EMAIL: enquiries@nhls.ac.za

OVERVIEW The National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS), is a national public entity established in terms of the National Health Laboratory Service Act 37 of 2000 to provide quality, affordable and sustainable health laboratory and related public health services to all public healthcare providers, other government institutions and any private healthcare provider in need of service. It services over 80% of the South African population across all nine provinces and it was mandated to support health research and provide training for health science education. It was designed to be a self-funded body raising funds from the diagnostic tests it provides for provincial health departments. The NHLS is the main provider of clinical support services to the national, provincial and local Departments of Health through its countrywide network of diagnostic laboratories. It conducts diagnostic tests, produces highly acclaimed research and provides teaching and training for medical technicians, medical technologists and pathologists. The NHLS also provides surveillance support for communicable diseases, occupational health and cancer, and thus, it endeavours to align its strategy to both the Department of Health priorities and the National and Regional Burden of Disease Surveillance. According to the strategic overview by National Treasury, the NHLS is the largest diagnostic pathology service in South Africa, with a network of approximately 226 pathology laboratories. The NHLS is responsible for most HIV and tuberculosis tests in the public health system and plays a critical role in screening for cervical cancer. HIV and TB treatment depend on accurate and timely tests. The NHLS is also responsible for COVID-19 testing. The vision of the NHLS is to provide high-quality pathology and laboratory services that are clinically efficient and cost-effective. Its mission is: to provide pathology and laboratory services through competent professionals and state-of-the-art technology, supported by evidence-based research, training and innovation; and to enhance integrated service delivery to meet the needs of the population.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Prof Eric Buch Deputy Chairperson: Prof Jeffrey Mphahlele Board Members: Dr Lesley Bamford, Dr Karmani Chetty (CEO), Dr Gerhard Goosen, Prof Mpho Klass Kgomo, Mr Jonathan Mallet, Prof Thanyani Mariba, Ms Sphiwe Mayinga, Dr Balekile Mzangwa,

Mr Koena Joseph Nkoko, Dr Naledzani Ramalivhana, Prof Mary Ross, Mr Michael Sachs, Dr Martin Siseko, Mrs Nicolene van der Westhuizen Chief Executive Officer: Dr Karmani Chetty Chief Financial Officer: Mr Michael Sass Chief Information Officer: Mr Sibongiseni Hlongwane Senior Management: Dr Spoponki Kgalamono (Director: National Institute for Occupational Health), Prof Koleka Mlisana (Executive Manager: Academic Affairs, Research and Quality Assurance), Prof Adrian Puren (Acting Director: National Institute for Communicable Diseases) Communications Officers: Mr Mzimasi Gcukumana (Senior Manager: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Audit not Finalised

Qualified

FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

5 786 964 1 053 001 6 839 965 1 491 945 942 772 2 434 717 4 405 248

4 643 286 1 089 799 5 733 085 1 404 657 1 005 439 2 410 096 3 322 989

3 790 272 1 257 246 5 047 518 1 643 488 1 052 618 2 686 106 2 361 412

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure Employee Costs Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

9 747 187 8 961 681 785 506 (8 664 965) (3 644 605) 1 082 222

8 985 199 8 439 154 8 194 973 7 692 690 790 226 746 464 (7 989 388) (7 042 550) (3 359 636) (3 326 192) 995 811 1 396 604

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2 038 783 (112 920) 4 105 760 776 388

1 239 321 (101 493) 2 208 093 3 082 438

930 884 (128 450) 1 119 144 592 369

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

8 268

8 197

8 262

Posts Filled

7 529

7 425

7 615

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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SOUTH AFRICAN MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (SAMRC) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) was established in 1969 to conduct and fund health research, health innovation, development and research translation. The SAMRC focuses on the top ten causes of mortality, co-morbidities, disability and associated risk factors. The scope of research includes laboratory investigations, clinical research and public health studies. As a responsive health organisation, the SAMRC’s research seeks to address South Africa’s quadruple burden of disease: maternal-, newborn- and child health, HIV/AIDS and TB, non-communicable diseases and interpersonal violence. The SAMRC generates knowledge through world-class research to inform policy and practice, to improve the quality of life for South Africans. The SAMRC is the largest local funder of health research, medical diagnostics, medical devices and therapeutics. To build human capacity in healthcare and ensure the sustainability of health research, the Council has defined research capacity programmes, providing scholarships to master’s, PhD and postdoctoral scholars in medical and health sciences. As a custodian of research for health, the SAMRC is building a healthy nation through research and innovation.

Senior Management: Prof Rachel Jewkes (Executive Scientist: Research Strategy and Intramural Units), Dr Mongezi Mdhluli (Chief Research Operations Officer), Mr Mzimhle Popo (Legal Counsel) Communications Officers: Ms Nikiwe Momoti (Division Manager: Knowledge and Information Management), Dr Alfred Thutloa (Head: Corporate and Marketing Communications) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

460 076

573 154

563 111

214 786

197 699

167 187

674 862

770 853

730 297

321 082

459 476

414 412

12 249

12 888

26 130

Total Liabilities

333 332

472 364

440 541

Total Net Assets

341 530

298 489

289 755 1 051 642

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 1 148 008

1 108 034

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

479 255

492 125

512 203

Chairperson: Prof Johnny Mahlangu Deputy Chairperson: Prof Linda Skaal Board Members: Prof Ronelle Carolissen, Prof Collet Dandara,

Non-Exchange Transactions

668 753

615 909

539 439

Prof Glenda E Gray (President), Adv Dorothy Khosa, Dr Mziwandile Madikizela, Prof Thandisizwe Mavundla, Prof Emmanuel Mukwevho, Prof William Rae, Prof Eunice Seekoe, Prof Brandon Shaw, Prof Tholene Sodi, Dr Timothy Tucker, Ms June Williams, Prof Lindiwe Zungu Chief Executive Officer: Prof Glenda E Gray (President) Deputy Chief Executive Officer: Prof Jeffrey Mphahlele (Vice President) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Nick Buick

SOCIAL SERVICES

PHYSICAL: Francie van Zijl Drive, Parow Valley, Cape Town POSTAL: PO Box 19070, Tygerberg, 7505 TEL: 021 938 0911 FAX: 021 938 0200 WEB: www.samrc.ac.za EMAIL: info@mrc.ac.za

Total Expenditure

(1 104 966)

(1 111 220)

(1 098 123)

Employee Costs

(402 747)

(370 045)

(356 570)

43 042

(3 186)

(46 480)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(59 239)

17 607

(11 894)

Investing Activities

(33 958)

(45 598)

(41 172)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

370 462

463 367

491 211

7

153

1 655

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

662

n/a

673

Posts Filled

628

n/a

640

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING (DHET) CONTACT DETAILS

higher education & training

PHYSICAL: 123 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria, 0001 POSTAL: Private Bag X174, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 312 5911 / 0800 87 2222 / 086 999 0123 FAX: 012 323 5618 WEB: www.dhet.gov.za EMAIL: callcentre@dhet.gov.za

Department: H ig h er E d u cation and T raining REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) is of a South Africa in which we have a differentiated and fully-inclusive post-school system that allows South Africans to access relevant postschool education and training, in order to fulfill the economic and social goals of participation in an inclusive economy and society. The Department’s mission is to develop capable, well-educated and skilled citizens who are able to compete in a sustainable, diversified and knowledge-intensive international economy, which meets the development goals of the country. The Department will undertake this mission by: reducing skills bottlenecks, especially in priority skills areas; improving participation rates in the system; correcting distributions in the shape, size and distribution of access to post-school education and training; and improving the quality and efficiency in the system, its subsystems and institutions.

MINISTER DR B NZIMANDE

DEPUTY MINISTER MR B MANAMELA

DIRECTOR GENERAL MR G QONDE

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OFFICE BEARERS Minister: Dr Blade Nzimande (Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology) (ANC)

SOCIAL SERVICES

Deputy Minister: Mr Buti Manamela (Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology) (ANC) Director General: Mr Gwebinkundla Qonde Chief of Staff: Ms Eudy Mabuza Chief Financial Officer: Mr Theuns Tredoux Deputy Directors General: Ms Nolwazi Gasa (Planning, Policy and Strategy), Dr Thandi Lewin (DDG and Acting Chief Director: Teaching Learning and Research), Dr EB Mahlobo (Acting DDG: Community Education and Training), Ms Lulama Mbobo (Corporate Services), Mr ZC Mvalo (Skills Development), Dr Diane Parker (University Education), Ms Aruna Singh (Acting: TVET Colleges) Senior Management: Ms Hannelie Ackerman (Deputy Director: Compliance Unit), Mr Paul du Toit (Director: Internal Audit), Adv Mariana Erasmus (Director: Contract Management), Mr Zakhele Hlongwane (Director: Public Entities), Mr Lucian Kearns (Chief Director: Supply Chain and Asset Management), Ms Gloria Maaka-Tlokana (Director: Development Support), Ms Michelle Mathey (Director: Teacher Education), Mr Neels Meiring (Deputy Director: Asset Management), Mr Bayanda Mzoneli (Head of Office: Deputy Minister), Ms Amelia Poolman (Director: Financial Management), Mr Hamilton Ramaphakela (Director: Supply Chain Management)

Communications Officers: Mr Ishmael Mnisi (Media Liaison Officer and Spokesperson), Ms Seema Ramnarain (Chief Director: Communications), Ms Siphokazi Shoba (Parliamentary Liaison), Mr Mandla Tshabalala (Media Liaison Officer) Secretaries: Ms Nandipha Gatyeni (Personal Assistant: Director General), Ms Motshedisi Letuka (Private Secretary: Deputy Minister), Ms Esther Rammutla (Personal Assistant: Minister) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

107 399 312

90 739 715

68 704 753

Actual Expenditure

107 144 833

90 468 216

68 675 342

9 367 405

8 753 103

8 268 038

541 995

427 209

383 902

7 926

12 022

7 079

45

34 695

56 785

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

28 620

27 970

29 026

Posts Filled

25 998

26 287

27 152

COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATION (CHE) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1 Quintin Brand Street, Persequor Technopark, Pretoria POSTAL: PO Box 94, Persequor Park, 0020 TEL: 012 349 3840 FAX: 012 349 3942 WEB: www.che.ac.za EMAIL: ceo@che.ac.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Council on Higher Education (CHE) is to be a dynamic organisation contributing to a transformed, equitable and quality higher education and training system in South Africa. Its mission as the independent statutory quality council for South African higher education, is to: lead and manage quality assurance; research and monitor trends and development; initiate critical discourse on contemporary higher education issues; and provide advice to the Minister on strategy and policy. The main areas of work of the CHE are to: provide advice to the Minister of Higher Education and Training on all higher education matters on request, and proactively; promote a system of quality assurance for all higher education institutions, including private providers of higher education, which focuses on programme accreditation, institutional audits, national reviews, standards development, quality promotion and capacity development; monitor the state of higher education and publish information regarding developments in higher education on a regular basis; and contribute to the development of higher education through intellectual engagement with key issues in a number of activities in partnership with relevant stakeholders.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Prof N Themba Mosia Council Members: Mr Luzuko Buku, Mr Sagren Govender, Dr Whitfield Green (CEO), Mr Casper Kruger, Ms Nita Lawton-Misra, Prof Lesley le Grange, Adv Nomazotsho Memani, Dr Siphokazi Moeng, Prof Angina Parekh, Dr Diane Parker, Dr Molapo Qhobela, Dr Mafu Rakometsi, Prof Selby Ripinga, Mr Joe Samuels, Prof Daniel van der Nest, Prof Quintus Vorster, Prof Yusef Waghid Chief Executive Officer: Dr Whitfield Green Chief Financial Officer: Mr Thulaganyo Mothusi Senior Management: Mr Katongo Kabwe (Finance Manager), Ms Mamapudi Mashiane (HR Specialist), Ms Vuyo Matsam (Director: Corporate Services), Dr Luke Mlilo (Acting Director: Institutional Audits), Ms Olivia Mokgatle (Director: National Standards and Reviews), Prof Kethamonie Naidoo (Director: Programme Accreditation), Mr Eric Netshidzati (Organisational Secretary: Office of the CEO),

Dr Amani Saidi (Director: Quality Assurance and Promotion Coordination and Acting Director: Monitoring, Research and Advice), Ms Genevieve Simpson (Monitoring and Evaluation), Dr Louise Swanepoel (Acting Director: Programme Accreditation), Dr Britta Zawada (Director: Institutional Audits) Communications Officers: Mr Ntokozo Bhengu

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

38 861

21 082

20 159

Non-Current Assets

34 783

33 287

34 438

73 644

54 370

54 597

22 976

11 404

9 974

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

22 976

11 404

9 974

Total Net Assets

50 667

42 965

44 623

74 195

59 118

70 188

11 781

7 690

7 455

62 414

51 427

62 733

Total Expenditure

(68 474)

(60 775)

(58 986)

Employee Costs

(36 136)

(32 279)

(32 008)

5 721

(1 657)

11 202

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

18 010

2 176

14 210

Investing Activities

(1 744)

(1 124)

(1 358)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

36 690

20 424

19 371

6

57

22

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

52

52

52

Posts Filled

41

42

44

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (NIHSS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2nd Floor, 24 St Andrews Street, Johannesburg, Parktown, Gauteng, 2193

OVERVIEW The National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) was formally established on 5 December 2013 as the result of extensive work towards drafting the 2011 Charter for the Humanities and Social Sciences. The overall mandate of the NIHSS is to develop and set up the institutional and logistical framework for the envisioned higher education institution for the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS). The role of the Institute is, broadly, to enhance and support the HSS in South Africa and beyond, and to advise government and civil society on HSS-related matters. It does so through its various programmes, including the Catalytic Projects, the Doctoral Schools and the African Pathways Programme, and through supporting the DHET in the implementation of the proposed corrective interventions. In addition, the NIHSS envisions a tertiary education system serving as an equal partner with centres of excellence in the Global North and the Global South in the world’s knowledge production and dissemination. Further functions of the NIHSS include: providing services to the higher education sphere within the HSS; advancing learning within its specific scope or application by ensuring collaboration or collaboration of the work of higher education institutions; and advising the Minister on matters relating to its specific scope or application, or to higher education generally.

Communications Officers: Mr Musa Maphalakasi (Writer), Mr Petros Mashaba (Human Resources Officer), Mr Kambale Muhongya (Acting Manager: IT and Webmaster) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

159 239

127 318

107 745

4 878

5 652

7 112

164 117

132 970

114 858

156 845

124 563

106 830

-

123

-

156 845

124 686

106 830

7 272

8 283

8 027

106 113

139 181

143 504

1 561

994

567

104 553

138 187

142 937

Total Expenditure

(107 152)

(138 597)

(146 752)

Employee Costs

(20 579)

(19 570)

(22 989)

(1 012)

589

(3 248)

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Chairperson: Prof Ari Sitas Board Members: Prof Ahmed Bawa, Ms Luli Callinicos, Mr Mahlubi

Operating Activities

31 393

21 030

8 038

Investing Activities

(1 045)

(1 104)

(2 381)

156 944

126 596

106 670

-

1

500

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Mabizela, Mr Ignatius Makgoka, Ms Nolwazi Mamorare, Prof Simphiwe Mini, Dr Nhlanhla Mkhize, Mr Thapelo Molapo, Dr Ndanduleni B Nthambeleni, Ms Jacomien Rousseau, Dr René Smith, Prof Fiona Tregenna Chief Executive Officer: Prof Sarah Mosoetsa Chief Financial Officer: Mr Tumelo Mokoena Senior Management: Dr Nthabiseng Motsemme (Academic Director: Scholarships), Ms Auriel Niemack (Senior Programme Coordinator: Academic Research and BRICS), Ms Busi Pilane (Senior Manager: Communication and Marketing)

SOCIAL SERVICES

POSTAL: Postnet Suite 413, Private Bag X30500, Houghton, 2041 TEL: 011 480 2300 WEB: www.nihss.ac.za EMAIL: info@nihss.ac.za

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

40

41

41

Posts Filled

32

30

35

NATIONAL SKILLS FUND (NSF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Ndinaye Building, 7th Floor, 178 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria, 0002

POSTAL: Private Bag X174, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 943 3101 WEB: www.dhet.gov.za EMAIL: nsf@dhet.gov.za

OVERVIEW The National Skills Fund (NSF) is a public entity established by the government in 1999 and reports to the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation. The NSF provides funding for skills development initiatives that are identified by the National Skills Development Plan 2030 as national priorities, are related to the achievement of the Skills Development Act 97 of 1998, or considered to be an activity undertaken by the Minister to achieve a standard of good practice in terms of skills development. The NSF’s funding focus and skills development portfolio is twopronged: a significant allocation of the NSF’s annual and medium-term budget is aimed towards education and training initiatives such as bursaries and scholarships, learnership and skills programmes, and workplace-based learning; and NSF funding is also aimed at improving

the post-school, education and training system, with a focus on capacity building, investing in skills infrastructure, research and innovation.

OFFICE BEARERS Chief Executive Officer: Mr MV Macikama (Executive Officer) Chief Financial Officer: Ms P Moodley (Acting) Senior Management: Ms M Erra (Chief Director: Strategy, Innovation and Organisational Performance), Mr S Fredericks (Director: Skills Development Regional Monitoring – Northern Cape and Western Cape), Ms KF Hlongwane (Director: Initiation and Evaluation), Mr N Mabuza (Acting Chief Director: Skills Development Implementation), Ms C Makhabane (Director: Bursaries), Ms M Malebo (Director: Skills Development Regional Monitoring – Gauteng, North

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

SOCIAL SERVICES

West and Free State), Mr D Maleka (Acting Director: Financial Planning and Reporting), Ms S Mangubewa (Director: Skills Development Regional Monitoring – Limpopo and Mpumalanga), Ms W Mkhize (Director: Supply Chain Management), Ms L Okuofu (Director: Skills Development Regional Monitoring – Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal), Adv A Sidimela (Director: Legal, Governance, Risk and Compliance), Ms C Smit (Director: Internal Audit), Mr F Strydom (Director: Skills Development Programme Monitoring), Mr A Yam (Acting Director: Fund Management) Communications Officers: Ms K Ngewu (Director: Public Relations and Communication)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

Total Net Assets

2018/19

2017/18

4 260 760

4 009 554

3 755 753

600 420

505 359

551 016

3 660 340

3 504 195

3 204 737

Total Expenditure

(2 723 188)

(2 615 481)

(7 195 724)

Employee Costs

(81 825)

(70 474)

(59 688)

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

1 537 579

139 039 (3 439 990)

CASH FLOW

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

9 471 231

8 414 042

7 768 791

1 066 292

863 712

538 319

10 537 523

9 277 754

8 307 110

743 872

1 021 682

1 488 495

Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

2019/20

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

-

-

-

743 872

1 021 682

1 488 495

9 793 651

8 256 072

6 818 615

Operating Activities

1 165 380

1 400 543

(3 086 745)

Investing Activities

(1 611 476)

(668 888)

2 486 159

295 163

741 259

9 604

29 541

4 601

27 641

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

155

155

129

Posts Filled

117

92

90

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

NATIONAL STUDENT FINANCIAL AID SCHEME (NSFAS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2nd Floor, House Vincent, 10 Brodie Road, Wynberg, Cape Town, 7700

POSTAL: Private Bag X1, Plumstead, 7801 TEL: 021 763 3200 / 08000 67327 WEB: www.nsfas.org.za EMAIL: media@nsfas.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is to transform NSFAS into an efficient and effective provider of financial aid to students from poor and working class families in a sustainable manner that promotes access to, and success in, higher and further education and training, in pursuit of South Africa’s national and human resource development goals. The mission statement is made up of three distinct elements which describe why NSFAS exists, what it does, and the impact on its constituency: NSFAS exists to provide financial aid to eligible students at public TVET colleges and public universities; NSFAS identifies eligible students, provides bursaries, and collects student loan repayments to replenish the funds available for future generations of students; and NSFAS supports access to, and success in, higher education and training for students from poor and working class families who would otherwise not be able to afford to study.

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

Chairperson: Mr Ernest Khosa Board Members: Ms Jullie Beya, Mr Max Fuzani, Mr Cyril Madiba, Ms Pretty Makukule, Ms Reshma Mathura, Mr Bamanye Matiwane, Ms Lindiwe Matlali, Mr Richard Msweli, Ms Pumela Msweli, Mr Yonke Twani, Mr Sanele Zondi Administrator: Mr Andile Nongogo (NSGAS Executive Administrator) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Itayl Daringo (Acting) Senior Management: Thaaniya Isaacs (Chief Governance, Risk and Compliance Officer), Mr Prakash Mangrey (Risk and Finance Advisor) Communications Officers: Kagisho Mamabolo (General Manager: Corporate Services and Spokesperson), Khaya Xaba (Spokesperson)

R’000

R’000

8 497 470

8 529 157

5 996 711

8 585 924

9 620 816

19 996 807

17 083 394

18 149 973

4 694 559

6 259 801

4 016 840

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

4 694 559

6 259 801

4 016 840

Total Net Assets

15 302 248

10 823 593

14 133 133

35 582 374

23 087 200

15 727 486

35 582 374

23 087 200

1 509 664

-

-

14 217 822

Total Expenditure

(28 456 717)

(26 058 895)

(12 666 943)

Employee Costs

(223 478)

(193 538)

(149 111)

4 478 655 (5 045 952)

3 060 543

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

R’000 14 000 096

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

1 117 886

(276 768)

Investing Activities

849 586

491 392

520 734

5 854 028

3 886 556

3 671 317

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

(746 700)

522 299

3 238 952

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

444

444

464

Posts Filled

425

436

392

HUMAN RESOURCES

QUALITY COUNCIL FOR TRADES AND OCCUPATIONS (QCTO) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 256 Glyn Street, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0083 POSTAL: Private Bag X278, Pretoria, 0001 TEL: 012 003 1800 WEB: www.qcto.org.za EMAIL: info@qcto.org.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OVERVIEW The mission of the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) is to effectively and efficiently manage the Occupational Qualifications Sub-Framework (OQSF) in order to set standards for, develop, and quality assure national occupational qualifications for all who want a trade or occupation and, where appropriate, for professions. The QCTO is one of three Quality Councils (QCs) responsible for a part of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). Collectively, the Quality Councils and the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), work for the good of both learners and employers. Another role for the QCTO is to accredit Skills Development Providers (SDPs) who wish to offer qualifications registered on the OQSF.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Samuel Zungu Council Members: Mr Mustak Ally, Ms Sibongile Antoni, Dr Whitfield Green (CEO: CHE), Dr Thabo Mashongoane (Executive Officer: NSA), Mr Zongamele Mfecane, Mr Sanele Mlotshwa, Ms Ramatsimela Motjoadi, Mr Vijayen Naidoo (CEO: QCTO), Ms Thandi Phele, Dr Mafu Rakometsi (CEO: Umalusi), Dr Julie Reddy (Acting CEO: SAQA), Mr Jayanathan Soobramoney, Ms Trudi van Wyk Chief Executive Officer: Mr Vijayen Naidoo Chief Director: Mr Innocent Gumbochuma (Chief Financial Officer), Mr Thomas Lata (Occupational Qualifications Management), Ms Ndivhudzannyi Madilonga-Khondowe (Corporate Services), Mr Emmanuel Mbuwe (Occupational Quality Assurance) Director: Mr John April (Office of the CEO), Mr Shannon Davids (Cluster: Engineering), Mr Tobile Gqili (Cluster: Business and General Qualifications), Ms Annemarie Janse van Rensburg (Certification), Ms Diane Kemp (Quality Assurance and Assessments), Mr Marco MacFarlane (Research and Analysis), Mr Reuel MacPherson (Quality Assurance), Mr Thabo Matjabe (Accreditation), Mr Sifiso Mkhonza (Occupational Qualifications Management), Mr Tafadzwa Ramhewa (Information Technology), Ms Adri Solomon (Governance, Risk, Compliance and Secretariat) Communications Officers: Mr Tshepo Mokono (Marketing and Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

90 914

70 436

44 791

9 767

12 280

7 408

100 681

82 716

52 199

18 604

10 137

10 106

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

18 604

10 137

10 106

Total Net Assets

82 077

72 579

42 092 100 165

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

128 483

123 100

Exchange Transactions

10 628

6 602

4 813

Non-Exchange Transactions

117 855

116 498

95 352

Total Expenditure

(118 981)

(92 618)

(74 340)

Employee Costs

(64 561)

(49 742)

(42 142)

9 502

30 483

25 825

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

22 240

32 380

32 986

Investing Activities

(1 732)

(6 552)

(2 378)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

90 274

69 766

43 938

-

862

-

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

246

243

243

Posts Filled

100

89

84

SOCIAL SERVICES

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SOUTH AFRICAN QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY (SAQA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: SAQA House, 1067 Arcadia Street, Hatfield, Pretoria POSTAL: Postnet Suite 248, Private Bag X06, Waterkloof, 0145 TEL: 012 431 5000 FAX: 012 431 5147 WEB: www.saqa.org.za EMAIL: saqainfo@saqa.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) is to oversee the further development and implementation of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and advance its objectives, which contribute to the full development of the lifelong learner and to the social and economic development of the nation at large. The objectives of the NQF are to: create a single integrated national framework for learning achievements; facilitate access to, and mobility and progression within, education, training and career paths; enhance the quality of education and training; and accelerate the redress of past unfair discrimination in education, training and employment opportunities. The objectives of the NQF are designed to contribute to the full personal development of each learner and the social and economic development of the nation at large.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Prof Peliwe Lolwana Board Members: Ms JC Agulhas, Mr Ashley Benjamin, Mr Bonisile McLaren Gantile, Mr Gordon Choaro Louw, Mr MM Mafisa, Dr TS Mashongoane, Dr Linda Meyer, Mr Vijayen Naidoo, Ms Anne Kathleen Oberholzer, Dr Mafu Rakometsi, Dr Julie Reddy (Acting CEO), Ms Nadia Starr, Ms Trudi van Wyk Chief Executive Officer: Dr Julie Reddy (Acting CEO) Deputy Chief Executive Officer: Ms N Naidoo (Acting DCEO and Director: Office of the CEO)

Director: Dr Heidi Bolton (Senior Manager: Research), Ms Portia Flanagan (Senior Manager: People Management), Mr Ntsioa Joshua (Senior Manager: Information and Communication Technology), Ms Nireen Naidoo (Office of the CEO), Mr Jacob Nel (Senior Manager: NQF Qualifications and Professional Bodies), Mr Joshua Ntsioa (Information Technology), Mr Wellington Radu (Senior Manager: Authentication and Ratification Services) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Nirvana Ravjee (Acting) Communications Officers: Dr Julie Reddy (Acting CEO) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

2019/20 Clean Audit

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

30 637

33 642

30 096 25 083

29 321

26 478

59 958

60 120

55 179

20 612

25 251

26 199

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

20 612

25 251

26 199

Total Net Assets

39 346

34 869

28 979

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

134 170

123 307

120 504

Exchange Transactions

58 540

56 607

55 564

Non-Exchange Transactions

75 630

66 719

64 940

Total Expenditure

(129 693)

(117 417)

(112 702)

Employee Costs

(98 801)

(86 285)

(80 268)

4 477

5 889

7 287

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

194

187

2017/18 187

Posts Filled

182

179

180

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

SOCIAL SERVICES

Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

5 575

7 616

3 337

(6 770)

(4 599)

(2 606)

24 321

25 515

22 498

-

-

272

UNIVERSITIES SOUTH AFRICA (USAF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1st Floor, Blocks E & D, Hadefields Office Park, 1267 Pretorius Street, Hatfield, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 27392, Sunnyside, Pretoria, 0132 TEL: 010 591 4401 / 012 030 0670 FAX: 086 680 5727 WEB: www.usaf.ac.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

Universities South Africa (USAf), formerly known as Higher Education South Africa (HESA), is a membership organisation representing all 26 of South Africa’s public universities. Its mandate is to create an environment in which universities can prosper and thrive in South Africa, thus enabling them to contribute to the social, cultural and economic development of our country. It does so mainly by: influencing and contributing to policy positions regarding higher education; advocating for an adequately funded university sector; facilitating effective dialogue among universities, government, business, parliament and other stakeholders on issues affecting universities; coordinating sector-wide engagement on major issues such as stability, transformation, differentiation, internationalisation; commissioning and disseminating research on key issues with implications for universities; providing value-adding services to member institutions; speaking on behalf of universities on major issues with implications for their wellbeing; and strengthening the creation of a Higher Education Governance System based on the principles of cooperative governance, institutional autonomy and academic freedom.

Chairperson: Prof Sibongile Muthwa Deputy Chairperson: Prof Wim de Villiers (Vice Chairperson) Board Members: Prof Sakhela Buhlungu, Prof Andrew Crouch, Prof Henk de Jager, Prof Dan Kgwadi, Prof Tawana Kupe (Chairperson: Funding Strategy Group), Prof Puleng LenkaBula (Chairperson: Transformation Strategy Group), Dr Sizwe Mabizela (Chairperson: Teaching and Learning Strategy Group), Prof Tshilidzi Marwala, Prof Thoko Mayekiso (Chairperson: Research and Innovation Strategy Group), Prof Peter Mbati, Prof Nehemia Mahlo Mokgalong, Prof Thandwa Mthembu, Prof Xoliswa Mtose, Dr Chris Nhlapo, Dr Bernard N Ntambeleni, Prof Francis Petersen (Chairperson: Finance and Investment Committee), Prof Mmamokgethi Phakeng, Prof Nana Poku, Prof Tyrone Pretorius, Prof Marcus Ramogale (Acting), Prof Ihron Rensburg, Prof Rushiella Songca, Prof Lourens van Staden, Prof Zeblon Vilakazi Chief Executive Officer: Prof Ahmed Cassim Bawa

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

AGRICULTURAL SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (AGRISETA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: AgriSETA House, 529 Belvedere Road, Arcadia, 0083 POSTAL: PO Box 23378, Gezina, 0031 TEL: 012 301 5600 FAX: 012 325 1677 WEB: www.agriseta.co.za EMAIL: info@agriseta.co.za

OVERVIEW AgriSETA’s vision is to enable a skilled and prosperous agricultural sector. Its mission is to increase access to relevant skills that are impactdriven through strategic partnerships and credible research, leading to inclusive economic growth. AgriSETA creates and promotes opportunities for social, economic and employment growth for agri-enterprises through relevant, quality and accessible education, training and development in both primary and secondary agriculture, in conjunction with other stakeholders in agriculture. The entity’s scope covers the agricultural sector, from input services and activities on farms to first level processing activities

on farms. In terms of the Skills Development Act, AgriSETA is responsible for the skills development of the agricultural workforce, employed and unemployed. AgriSETA facilitates the implementation of learning through learnerships, skills programmes, adult education and training, and tertiary studies or in-service training by allocating grants and bursaries. It also supports apprentices, interns and mentorships. To ensure the quality provision of education and training, the entity is also responsible for accrediting sector-specific training providers and for monitoring the standard of training presented.

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Gaitsiwe Sharon Sepeng Board Members: Ms Bagcinile Wendy Cele (Governance and Strategy and FINREMCO), Ms Linda Victoria Gqokoma (EXCO and Grants and Quality Assurance), Mr Andre Thomas Kriel (Quality Assurance Committee), Ms Pinki Sanna Luwaca (EXCO and FINREMCO), Mr Mlulami Mahanjana (Grants and Quality Assurance), Adv Thelente Mhlongo (Grants and Quality Assurance and FINREMCO), Mr Mahlatheng Ernest Mmako (Governance and Strategy and FINREMCO), Mr Mayoyo Samuel Mngomezulu (EXCO and Grants and Quality Assurance), Ms Thobile Stella Mthembu (Grants and Quality Assurance), Mr Anton Rabe (Grants and Quality Assurance Committee and FINREMCO), Ms Kgadi Linda Senyatsi (Governance and Strategy), Mr Kabelo Tsimatsima (Governance and Strategy), Mr Christo Owen van der Rheede (EXCO and Governance and Strategy) Chief Executive Officer: Dr Innocent Sirovha Chief Financial Officer: Ms Mogau Sebela Senior Management: Mr Mzuyanda Dlanga (Company Secretary), Mr Frikkie Fouche (Executive Manager: Skills Planning and Research), Mr Khensani Khoza (Chief Information Officer), Ms Kubenokuthula Ndovu (Chief Risk Officer), Mr Fanny Phetla (Executive Manager: Quality Assurance), Ms Mandy Rutgers (Head: Marketing and Communications), Ms Happy Segoe (Manager: Human Resources), Mr Medupi Shabangu (Executive Manager: Learning Programmes and Projects)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

553 533

529 031

471 388

Non-Current Assets

9 760

6 371

5 668

563 293

535 402

477 056

90 235

123 465

98 641

-

-

-

90 235

123 465

98 641

473 058

411 940

378 415

503 805

465 113

433 584

34 306

32 255

27 937

469 499

432 858

405 647

Total Expenditure

(442 686)

(436 687)

(359 812)

Employee Costs

(34 402)

(19 180)

(17 326)

61 119

28 426

73 772

Operating Activities

31 287

62 723

81 827

Investing Activities

(4 873)

(1 517)

(206)

549 595

523 181

461 975

167

5 292

527

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

103

84

56

84

68

47

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

SOCIAL SERVICES

BOOKMARKS

BANKING SECTOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (BANKSETA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Building C2, Eco Origin Office Park, Eco-Park Estate, 349 Witch-Hazel Ave, Highveld, Centurion, 0144

POSTAL: PO Box 11678, Vorna Valley, 1686 TEL: 011 805 9661 FAX: 011 805 8348 WEB: www.bankseta.org.za EMAIL: info@bankseta.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Banking Sector Education and Training Authority (BANKSETA) is to support transformation and people development through partnerships, and to enable stakeholders to advance the national and global position of the broader banking and microfinance industry. BANKSETA’s guiding principles are to: leverage skills levy funds for the strategic benefit of the banking and microfinance sector; provide quality-assured, world-class skills training services at the lowest cost; deploy leading-edge technology; judiciously carry out the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) mandate; maintain status as a preferred human resource development partner in banking and microfinance; and exceed customer expectations. Its mandate is to: encourage employers in its sector to develop an active learning environment in the workplace; provide employees with opportunities to acquire new skills / progress their careers; increase levels of investment in workplace education and training; and promote transformation as guided by the NSDS equity targets of 85% black, 54% female and 4% disabled.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Nosipho Mia Makhanya (Ministerial Appointment EXCO) Board Members: Mr David Cedras (Organised Labour), Ms Vanessa Hattingh (Organised Labour), Mr Phillip Landman (Organised Labour), Mr Moses Malesela Lekota (Organised Labour EXCO), Ms Mmathema Matle (Organised Employer EXCO), Mr Protas Langalakhe Mhlongo (Community), Ms Myanthree Moodley (Organised Labour), Mr Brigate Nyakane (Organised Labour), Ms Roze Phillips (Organised Employer EXCO), Dr Ntombana Sekgaphane (Community), Ms Lebogang Selepe (Organised Labour EXCO), Mr Phumudzo Siphuma (Organised Employer), Ms Leonie van Pletzen (Organised Employer) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Eubert Mashabane

Chief Financial Officer: Ms Beaula Dziruni Chief Operations Officer: Ms Christine Fritz (General Manager: Operations)

Senior Management: Mr Brian Dhliwayo (Manager: Project Management), Mr Sfiso Dimba (Manager: Youth Development), Mr Similo Dlamini (Manager: Work Integrated Learning), Ms Charmaine Janisch (Manager: Quality Management), Ms Nobuzwe Mangcu (Provincial Regional Manager: Eastern Cape), Mr Lefaso Danny Motsoeneng (Manager: Human Resources), Ms Elelwani Netshituni (Provincial Regional Manager: Limpopo), Mr Vuyani Ntanjana (Head: Research), Ms Madeleine Pelzer (Manager: Skills Development), Mr Tsietsi Raleting (Manager: Information Technology), Mr Rashaad Samsoodean (Head: Internal Audit), Mr Rapula Sathekge (Manager: Supply Chain), Ms Dimakatso Seete (General Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Tendai Sithole (Manager: Finance), Mr Shaun Starr (Manager: Alternative Banking) Communications Officers: Ms Busisiwe Lubisi (Manager: Marketing and Communications) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

905 512

732 999

569 387

1 998

2 802

3 218

907 510

735 801

572 605

38 256

72 053

58 918

-

-

-

38 256

72 053

58 918

869 254

663 748

513 687

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Total Revenue

916 370

882 993

809 436

62 828

50 099

44 131

853 542

832 894

765 305

Total Expenditure

(710 864)

(732 934)

(838 748)

Employee Costs

(49 127)

(44 964)

(44 550)

205 506

150 059

(29 312)

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

SOCIAL SERVICES

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

175 189

167 494

(61 332)

(734)

(680)

(1 550)

899 068

724 613

557 799

CASH FLOW

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

1 767

2 644

1 422

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

60

55

59

Posts Filled

CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (CHIETA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 72 New Road, Glen Austin AH (Grand Central), Midrand, 1685 TEL: 011 628 7000 / 087 944 4377 / 0800 111 173 FAX: 011 726 7777 WEB: www.chieta.org.za EMAIL: info@chieta.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA) is to contribute to sustainable development through facilitating the provision of skills for growth in the chemical industries sector. The Authority’s strategic objectives are to: establish a credible institutional mechanism for skills planning; increase access to occupationally directed programmes; promote growth of a public Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college system that is responsive to sector, local, regional and national skills needs and priorities; address the low level of language and numeracy skills to provide access to additional training; encourage better use of workplace-based skills development; encourage and support cooperatives, small enterprises, worker initiated Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and community training initiatives; increase public sector capacity for improved service delivery and support and build a developmental state; build career and vocational guidance; address the medium-term strategic priorities of the government; and continuously focus on defining and quality assurance of optimised business processes, knowledge management systems, and organisational architecture frameworks in support of the professional and confident discharge of its legislative mandate.

Ms Tshidi Magonare (Manager: Qualifications Design and Development), Mr Munya Makota (Manager: Finance), Mr Joel Mmapulane (Manager: ETQA), Ms Jay Moodley (Executive: Corporate Services), Ms Kedibone Moroane (Executive: Research and Skills Planning), Ms Princess Moumakoe (Acting Manager: Strategic Projects and Grants), Mr Ronnie Naidoo (Manager: Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Rajen Naidoo (Regional Manager: KZN and Eastern Cape), Ms Lerato Ramahuta (Manager: Human Resources) Communications Officers: Ms Glory Nyathi (Manager: Stakeholder Relations)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

Chairperson: Ms Wezi Khoza Board Members: Ms Gerhard Cloete (Organised Labour), Ms Sharmila Govind (Organised Employer), Ms Geraldine Hewitt (Organised Employer), Mr Steven Mahlangu (Organised Labour), Dr Banothile Makhubela (Organised Employer), Mr Mosehla Mampho (Organised Labour), Mr Thabo Masumbuka (Organised Employer), Mr Isaac Matji (Organised Employer), Mr Edzisani Ndou (Government, Professional and Community Organisations), Mr Charles Phahla (Organised Labour), Ms Karishma Ramcharan (Government, Professional and Community Organisations), Ms Adri Swart (Organised Labour) Chief Executive Officer: Mr Yershen Pillay Chief Financial Officer: Mr Farhad Motala Chief Operations Officer: Mr Thulani Shabalala (Executive: ETQA) Senior Management: Mr Roger Adriaanse (Regional Manager: Western Cape), Mr Trevor Channing (Executive: Governance and Risk), Mr Ashvir Isseri (Acting Executive: Grants and Strategic Projects), Mr Bennet Kamanga (Regional Manager: Gauteng and Central Regions),

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

260 159

349 697

291 575

2 533

2 844

2 659

262 692

352 541

294 234

59 712

110 084

47 731

-

-

-

59 712

110 084

47 731

202 980

242 457

246 503

558 004

577 972

531 059

17 306

20 277

21 214

540 698

557 695

509 845

Total Expenditure

(597 481)

(582 018)

(535 887)

Employee Costs

(41 909)

(39 593)

(35 255)

(39 477)

(4 046)

(4 828)

(107 331)

42 084

(15 878)

(351)

(1 540)

(1 559)

256 467

347 245

286 024

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

7 072

26 019

6 378

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

108

101

103

Posts Filled

108

98

97

HUMAN RESOURCES

CONSTRUCTION EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY (CETA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 183 Cnr Kerk & Old Pretoria Main Road, Halfway House, Midrand, 1685

POSTAL: PO Box 1955, Halfway House, 1685 TEL: 011 265 5900 / 1 WEB: www.ceta.org.za EMAIL: customerelations@ceta.co.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to nationalgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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BOOKMARKS

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

Communications Officers: Ms Michelle Govender (Executive Assistant), Mr Phumudzo Nethengwe (Board Secretary), Mr Sabello Shabangu (Senior Manager: Public Relations and Communications) FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets