Provincial Government Handbook - South Africa 2021

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THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT HANDBOOK SOUTH AFRICA 2021

THE

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT EIGHTH EDITION

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

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EIGHTH EDITION EDITOR Olivia Main • ART DIRECTOR Clare Schenk • ASSISTANT EDITOR Karen Muller NATIONAL SALES MANAGER Jan Weiss PROJECT SALES Dennis Motingwe, Graeme February, Joy Voss, Michael Makhawu, Reginald Motsoahae, Cassia Passetti PICTURE CREDITS Front cover: Sunshine Seeds, Rich T Photo, Mukurukuru Media / Shutterstock.com 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 Provincial 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 Provincial Government Handbook: South Africa ISSN 2313-707X

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PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT HANDBOOK SOUTH AFRICA 2021 A complete guide to provincial government in South Africa

EIGHTH EDITION

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TABLE OF BOOKMARKS

TABLE OF BOOKMARKS

PDF PAGE

Message from the Publisher

13

Methodology, Sources and Acknowledgements

17

Overview of Provincial Government in South Africa Audit Outcomes

20 31

Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure

34

Index of Public Entities and Advertisers

177

ADVERTISERS Adapt IT

30

ARRB Systems

16

Bonakude Consulting

32

Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

157

CaseWare

30

Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) South Africa College of Cape Town Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Cranefield College

12 163 25 176

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

41

Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport

14

g-Fleet Mangement

14

Government Employee Medical Scheme (GEMS)

23

Human Resource Development Council of South Africa

27

Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (Inseta)

18

LSF Brokers

57

Magalies Water

130

MNS Attorneys

69

National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA)

25

National Department of Higher Education and Training

163

Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority (PSETA)

77

UNISA - College of Accounting Sciences

28

University of the Free State (UFS) - Centre for Labour Law

57

Vodacom

10

EASTERN CAPE

36

Provincial Legislature

37

Office of the Premier

38

DEPARTMENTS Community Safety

38

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

39

Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism

39

Education

40

Health

42

Human Settlements

42

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43

Public Works and Infrastructure

44

Rural Development and Agrarian Reform

44

Social Development

45

Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture

46

Transport

46

PUBLIC ENTITIES COEGA Development Corporation (CDC)

47

East London Industrial Development Zone (ELIDZ)

48

Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC)

48

Eastern Cape Gambling Board (ECGB)

49

Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB)

49

Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA)

50

Eastern Cape Provincial Arts and Culture Council (ECPACC)

51

Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency (ECRDA)

51

Eastern Cape Socio-Economic Consultative Council (ECSECC)

52

Mayibuye Transport Corporation (MTC)

52

FREE STATE

54

Provincial Legislature

55

Office of the Premier

55

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture and Rural Development

56

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

58

Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs

58

Education

59

Health

59

Human Settlements

60

Police, Roads and Transport

61

Provincial Treasury

61

Public Works and Infrastructure

62

Social Development

63

Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

63

PUBLIC ENTITIES Free State Development Corporation (FDC)

64

Free State Gambling, Liquor and Tourism Authority

64

GAUTENG

66

Provincial Legislature

67

Office of the Premier

68

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture and Rural Development

70

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

70

Community Safety

71

e-Government

71

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Economic Development

72

Education

73

Health

73

Human Settlements

74

Infrastructure Development

74

Roads and Transport

75

Social Development

76

Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

76

Treasury

78

PUBLIC ENTITIES Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (COHWHS)

78

Dinokeng

79

g-FleeT Management

80

Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP)

80

Gauteng Film Commission (GFC)

81

Gauteng Gambling Board

82

Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA)

82

Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency (GIFA)

83

Gauteng Liquor Board

83

Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF)

84

Gauteng Tourism Authority

84

Gautrain Management Agency (GMA)

85

KWAZULU-NATAL

86

Provincial Legislature

87

Office of the Premier

88

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture and Rural Development

88

Arts and Culture

89

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

90

Community Safety and Liaison

90

Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs

91

Education

92

Health

92

Human Settlements

93

Provincial Treasury

94

Public Works

94

Social Development

95

Sport and Recreation

95

Transport

96

PUBLIC ENTITIES Agribusiness Development Agency (ADA)

97

Amafa Heritage AkwaZulu Natali

97

Dube TradePort Corporation (DTPC)

98

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Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited

99

KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission

100

KwaZulu-Natal Gaming and Betting Board

100

KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Authority

101

KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence

101

KZN Growth Fund

102

Mjindi Farming

102

Moses Kotane Institute

103

Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ)

103

Tourism KwaZulu-Natal

104

Trade and Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN)

105

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Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

106

Provincial Legislature

107

Office of the Premier

108

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture and Rural Development

108

Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs

109

Economic Development, Environment and Tourism

109

Education

110

Health

110

Provincial Treasury

111

Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure

112

Social Development

112

Sport, Arts and Culture

113

Transport and Community Safety

113

PUBLIC ENTITIES Gateway Airports Authority Limited (GAAL)

114

Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA)

115

Limpopo Gambling Board

115

Limpopo Tourism Agency

116

Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL)

117

MPUMALANGA

118

Provincial Legislature

119

Office of the Premier

120

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs

120

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

121

Community Safety, Security and Liaison

121

Culture, Sport and Recreation

122

Economic Development and Tourism

122

Education

123

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Health

124

Human Settlements

124

Provincial Treasury

125

Public Works, Roads and Transport

125

Social Development

126

PUBLIC ENTITIES Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency (MEGA)

126

Mpumalanga Economic Regulator (MER)

127

Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT)

127

Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency

128

NORTH WEST

129

Provincial Legislature

132

Office of the Premier

132

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture and Rural Development

133

Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation

134

Community Safety and Transport Management

134

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

135

Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism

135

Education

136

Health

137

Human Settlements

137

Provincial Treasury

138

Public Works and Roads

138

Social Development

139

PUBLIC ENTITIES Mmabana Arts, Culture and Sport Foundation

140

North West Development Corporation SOC Ltd (NWDC)

140

North West Gambling Board

141

North West Parks Board

141

North West Provincial Arts and Cultural Council

142

North West Tourism Board

142

Northwest Transport Investments SOC Ltd (NTI)

143

NORTHERN CAPE

144

Provincial Legislature

145

Office of the Premier

145

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture, Environmental Affairs, Rural Development and Land Reform

146

Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs

147

Economic Development and Tourism

147

Education

148

Health

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149

Roads and Public Works

149

Social Development

150

Sport, Arts and Culture

151

Transport, Safety and Liaison

151

PUBLIC ENTITIES Kalahari Kid Corporation

152

McGregor Museum

152

Northern Cape Arts and Culture Council

153

Northern Cape Economic Development, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (NCEDA)

153

Northern Cape Gambling Board

154

Northern Cape Heritage Resources Authority (NCHRA)

154

Northern Cape Liquor Board

155

Northern Cape Tourism Authority

155

WESTERN CAPE

156

Provincial Parliament

158

Department of the Premier

159

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture

159

Community Safety

160

Cultural Affairs and Sport

160

Economic Development and Tourism

161

Education

162

Environmental Affairs and Development Planning

162

Health

164

Human Settlements

165

Local Government

165

Provincial Treasury

166

Social Development

167

Transport and Public Works

167

PUBLIC ENTITIES Cape Town and Western Cape Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Wesgro)

168

CapeNature

168

Casidra SOC Ltd

169

Government Motor Transport

170

Heritage Western Cape

170

Saldanha Bay IDZ Licencing Company SOC Ltd

171

Western Cape Cultural Commission

171

Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board

172

Western Cape Language Committee

172

Western Cape Liquor Authority

173

Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO)

173

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FOREWORD

MESSAGE FROM THE PUBLISHER

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e are proud to publish the eighth edition of The Provincial Government Handbook: South Africa. To our knowledge, it remains the only comprehensive annual guide to all government departments and entities that comprise the provincial sphere of government in South Africa. Together with our other publications, The Local Government Handbook: South Africa and The National 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 – provincialgovernment.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.

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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 PROVINCIALGOVERNMENT.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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g-FleeT Management is a trading entity of the Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport and provides vehicle leasing and fleet management services to government departments, state-owned enterprises and entities. g-FleeT offers a full range of products and services to keep government service delivery on the move. FULL MAINTENANCE LEASE

• Full maintenance and repairs service,

Our primary focus is providing fleet on

incorporated into the monthly costs

a Full Maintenance Lease (FML) which

• Accident and loss management

incorporates

• 24/7 Roadside assistance and towing

a

comprehensive

fleet

management service. We offer our clients fast, integrated and efficient solutions for the acquisition of their preferred fleet. This solution includes vehicle acquisition,

service • Fleet Information System (online asset management system) • Vehicle disposal

maintenance, replacement and disposal.

around

the

responsible,

country.

Our

reliable,

professional

drivers

are and

courteous. Pool Rental This service is ideal for usage during shortterm projects. Vehicles can be booked for one day up to a maximum of three months, with the option of renewal. The fleet available

The FML service includes a comprehensive

FLEET RENTAL SERVICES

includes a wide range of latest models of

solution:

The shortest way to optimise your fleet

economy and commercial vehicles, including

• Flexibility on vehicle acquisition, chosen

solution. Industry competitive pricing

minibuses, buses and trucks.

from a list of various vehicle models

is offered on vehicle rentals in three

• Long-term ranging

vehicle from

lease

12-36

contract

months

categories:

or

• Flexibility on vehicle acquisition

100 000 km, depending on the client’s

VIP Self Drive

needs

A luxury car hire service, consisting of a

• Fuel card service • Vehicle

licensing,

variety of medium to large luxury sedans registration

and

KEY BENEFITS

and SUVs.

license renewals

• Risk of vehicle ownership remains with g-FleeT • Preferential options for branding and additional accessory fitments • Expert consultancy over the duration of

• Traffic fines management

VIP Chauffeur Drive

• e-Tolls service

Chauffeur driving of government officials

• Courtesy vehicle

• Comprehensive vehicle tracking service

in luxurious vehicles to any destination

• Dedicated account manager

the contract

For all your government fleet solutions, please contact us on: Tel: 011 372 8600/8646 • Cell: 081 464 9591 Email: Phathutshedzo.Nemushungwa@gauteng.gov.za • Web: www.gfleet.gov.za

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Message from the Publisher

5

Methodology, Sources and Acknowledgements

9

Overview of Provincial Government in South Africa

12

Audit Outcomes

23

Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure

26

Index of Public Entities and Advertisers

EASTERN CAPE

28

FREE STATE

46

GAUTENG

58

KWAZULU-NATAL

78

LIMPOPO

98

CONTENTS

CONTENTS

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MPUMALANGA

110

NORTH WEST

121

NORTHERN CAPE

136

WESTERN CAPE

148

ADVERTISERS Adapt IT ARRB Systems Bonakude Consulting Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) CaseWare Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) South Africa College of Cape Town Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Cranefield College Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority (FP&M Seta)

22 8 24 149

Government Employee Medical Scheme (GEMS)

15

Human Resource Development Council of South Africa

19

Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (Inseta)

10

LSF Brokers

49

22

Magalies Water

122

4

MNS Attorneys

61

155 17 168 33

National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA)

17

National Department of Higher Education and Training

155

Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority (PSETA)

69

UNISA - College of Accounting Sciences

20

Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport

6

University of the Free State (UFS) - Centre for Labour Law

49

g-Fleet Mangement

6

Vodacom

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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 – provincialgovernment.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@provincialgovernment.co.za so that we may correct the website and future editions of the Handbook.

SOURCES

METHODOLOGY, SOURCES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS W

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.

STRUCTURE OF THE HANDBOOK

FINANCIAL INFORMATION

The Handbook is structured primarily by province. Within each provincial section, departments are listed alphabetically, followed by public entities, also in alphabetical order. In addition, departments include a list of public entities reporting to them. An index of public entities is provided on the inside back cover.

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 – provincialgovernment.co.za. In cases where annual reports are not available, figures are displayed as n/a.

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 July to September 2021 and 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 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.

When referencing financial information, 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.

UNAUTHORISED, IRREGULAR, FRUITLESS AND WASTEFUL (UIFW) EXPENDITURE Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure is supplied by the Auditor-General South Africa (AGSA). If the figures are unavailable in this report, they may be sourced from the entity’s Annual Report. While we have aggregated the figures for the purpose of the Handbook, each type of expenditure is distinct from the other. The terminology is described by AGSA as follows: Unauthorised Expenditure: Expenditure that was in excess of the amount budgeted or allocated by government to the auditee, or that was not incurred in accordance with the purpose for which it was intended. Irregular Expenditure: Expenditure incurred without complying with applicable legislation. Fruitless and wasteful expenditure: Expenditure that was made in vain and could have been avoided had reasonable care been exercised. This includes penalties and interest on late payments, as well as payments for services not utilised or goods not received. The separate figures for each type of expenditure are available at provincialgovernment.co.za.

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

OVERVIEW OF NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL 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’.

control of an Independent Electoral Commission, established in terms of the Constitution and the Electoral Commission Act.

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.

Parliament

A Bill affecting the provinces may be introduced in the NCOP. After the NCOP passes a Bill, it must be referred back to the National Assembly. 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.

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.

The President must either assent to and sign a 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 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.

NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

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.

He or she is elected by the National Assembly from among its members, and must lead the country in the interest of national unity, and 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 as 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, Ministers and Deputy Ministers, assigns their powers and functions, and may also dismiss them. The President may select any number of ministers from the members of the National Assembly, and may also select up to two ministers from outside the National Assembly. The President appoints a member of Cabinet to be the leader of government business in the National Assembly.

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

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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OVERVIEW Greg da Silva / Shutterstock.com

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT The nine provinces of South Africa are established by the Constitution. Any changes to these provinces may only be effected by amending the Constitution.

museums; provincial planning; provincial cultural matters; provincial recreation and amenities; provincial sport; provincial roads and traffic; and veterinary services.

Provincial Legislative Authority

A provincial legislature may adopt a constitution for its province. The provincial constitution must accord with the powers conferred in the national Constitution. The only province to have adopted a provincial constitution is the Western Cape. (In terms of the Western Cape Constitution, the legislature is called the Western Cape Provincial Parliament and MECs are referred to as Provincial Ministers.)

The legislative authority of a province is vested in its provincial legislature. The provincial legislatures may pass legislation relating to certain functional areas defined by the Constitution or other national legislation. The functional areas in which the provincial and national spheres of government have joint legislative competency include: agriculture; airports other than international and national airports; animal control and diseases; casinos, racing, gambling and wagering, excluding lotteries and sports pools; consumer protection; cultural matters; disaster management; education at all levels, excluding tertiary education; environment; health services; housing; indigenous law and customary law; industrial promotion; language policy; media services; nature conservation, excluding national parks, national botanical gardens and marine resources; police, subject to Chapter 11 of the Constitution; pollution control; population development; property transfer fees; provincial public enterprises; public transport; public works in respect of the needs of provincial government departments; regional planning and development; road traffic regulation; soil conservation; tourism; trade; traditional leadership; urban and rural development; vehicle licensing; and welfare services. The provincial legislatures exercise exclusive legislative competency over: abattoirs; ambulance services; archives other than national archives; libraries other than national libraries; liquor licences; museums other than national

Composition and Election of Provincial Legislatures The members of the provincial legislatures (MPLs) are elected by each province’s segment of the national common voters roll and on the basis of proportional representation. Although not required by the Constitution, provincial and national elections are held concurrently. The term of the provincial legislatures is five years. Provincial legislatures consist of between 30 and 80 members. The number of members is determined according to a formula set out in national legislation.

Decisions and Powers of Provincial Legislatures Each provincial legislature elects a Speaker and Deputy Speaker from among its members. The Speaker is the political head of the legislature, and is responsible for the orderly running of the legislature and ensuring that it is run in accordance with its constitutional rules. The Secretary of the Legislature serves as the administrative head of the provincial legislature. Provincial legislatures make decisions on bills or any other questions by a majority of votes. (Continued on page 14)

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(Continued from page 13) Provincial legislatures must also maintain oversight of the exercise of provincial executive authority in the province.

Provincial Executives The executive authority of a province is vested in the Premier of that province. The Premier exercises the executive authority, together with the other members of the Executive Council, by implementing provincial legislation in the province and by implementing all relevant national legislation. The Premier is elected by the Provincial Legislature. The Premier appoints an Executive Council from among the MPLs (Members of the Executive Councils are referred to as MECs, except in the Western Cape where they are referred to as Provincial Ministers). Each MEC serves as the executive head of a particular portfolio or portfolios. The most senior administrative official in each portfolio is referred to as the Head of Department (HOD).

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Public administration must be governed by the democratic values and principles enshrined in the Constitution, including the following principles: • 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.

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.

FUNDING AND DIVISION OF REVENUE Provincial governments play a critical role in providing public services. Provinces are responsible for social services like education, health and social development; economic functions like agriculture and roads; and provincial governance and administration, which includes the legislature, provincial treasury, local government and human settlements. Provincial departments have limited revenue-raising powers of their own. Therefore, the Constitution requires a division of nationally raised resources between national, provincial and local government. This is done through the Division of Revenue Bill, which is tabled with the national budget. According to the National Treasury’s 2021 Budget Review: • About 95% of provinces’ spending is financed through the division of revenue. • Provincial governments are allocated 40%, or approximately R628.3 billion, of nationally raised revenue. Transfers to provinces are made through the equitable share and conditional grants. The equitable shares are determined by formulas that take into account demographic and developmental factors. Conditional grants are designed to achieve specific objectives, and provinces must fulfil certain conditions to receive them.

The abovementioned principles apply to every sphere of government, all organs of state as well as all public enterprises.

THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT ACT (PFMA)

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.

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.

Public Service Commission

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 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.

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 (Continued on page 16)

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OVERVIEW (Continued from page 14) • 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 • ensures that procurement is done in accordance with a system which is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective • 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.

National Treasury The National Treasury is comprised of the Minister of Finance, together with the national department responsible for financial and fiscal matters. The Minister is the head of the National Treasury.

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 two months after the end of a financial year • publishing annual reports in a prescribed format, which will introduce 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.

Financial Statements 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.

The PFMA aims to address the problem of the late submission of financial statements within government, to comply with the constitutional obligations of generally recognised accounting practices and greater transparency, and to improve financial management and accountability, through better and timelier information flows. It establishes an Accounting Standards Board to determine generally recognised accounting practices for all spheres of government.

AUDITOR-GENERAL SOUTH AFRICA (AGSA)

Provincial Treasuries The PFMA also establishes Provincial Treasuries, which are responsible for preparing and managing provincial budgets, and enforcing uniform treasury norms and standards as prescribed by the National Treasury and the PFMA.

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. (Continued on page 18)

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OVERVIEW (Continued from page 16) AGSA annually produces audit reports on all national and provincial 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 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. 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. 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 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 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 provincial public entities listed in this book do not constitute a complete list. We endeavoured to include the most important public entities, 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: 2021 Budget Review (ISBN: 978-0-621-49079-4), published by the National Treasury 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.parliament.gov.za www.treasury.gov.za

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WHO ARE WE? The Human Resource Development Council of South Africa (HRDC) is a multi-stakeholder advisory body under the leadership and stewardship of the Deputy President of South Africa. Managed by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, and Innovation, the HRDC is mandated to advise government on all matters human capital related. The HRD Council’s approach focuses on a few limited priority areas within the human resource development value chain.

OUR VISION: Partnering to innovatively develop SA’s human potential

OUR MISSION: •

Advise the government on the HRD Strategy and its priorities

• Identify blockages, provide solutions and monitor implementation thereof • Coordinate the efforts of government departments and social partners in the implementation of the HRD Strategy • Monitor and report on the implementation of the HRD Strategy • Evaluate the impact of the HRD Strategy against agreed indicators

HRD STRATEGIC GOALS TO BE ACHIEVED BY 2030 • Strengthen basic education and foundation programmes in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths (STEM), Languages and Life Skills • Expand access to quality post-schooling education and training • Improve research and technological innovation outcomes • Produce appropriately skilled people for the economy • A developmental/capable state with effective and efficient planning and implementation capabilities Postal Address: Private Bag X174, Pretoria, 0001, Gauteng, South Africa Physical Address: 6th Floor, 178 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria Tel: 012 943 3188 | Email: Ramataboe.l@dhet.gov.za | www.hrdcsa.org.za

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Infrastructure Development Roads and Transport Social Development

Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture Transport PUBLIC ENTITIES

Gauteng Gambling Board Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA) Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency (GIFA) Gauteng Liquor Board Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) Gauteng Tourism Authority

Eastern Cape Gambling Board (ECGB) Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB) Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA) Eastern Cape Provincial Arts and Culture Council (ECPACC) Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency (ECRDA) Eastern Cape Socio-Economic Consultative Council (ECSECC) Mayibuye Transport Corporation (MTC)

FREE STATE Provincial Legislature Office of the Premier

• • 2017/18 • • • • • • • • • •

Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC)

• • 2018/19 • • • • • • • • • •

East London Industrial Development Zone (ELIDZ)

• • 2019/20 • • • • • • • • • •

Gautrain Management Agency (GMA)

COEGA Development Corporation (CDC)

DEPARTMENTS

g-FleeT Management

KWAZULU-NATAL Provincial Legislature Office of the Premier DEPARTMENTS Agriculture and Rural Development Arts and Culture Community Safety and Liaison Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs Education Health Human Settlements

Public Works and Infrastructure Social Development Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

• •

Provincial Treasury

• •

Police, Roads and Transport

Human Settlements

Health

Sport and Recreation

• • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • •

Education

Public Works

Transport

• • • • • • • •

Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs

• •

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Provincial Treasury

Agriculture and Rural Development

Social Development

PUBLIC ENTITIES Agribusiness Development Agency (ADA) Amafa Heritage AkwaZulu Natali Dube TradePort Corporation (DTPC) Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission

• • 2017/18 • •

Office of the Premier

• • 2018/19 • •

Provincial Legislature

• • • • •

GAUTENG

• • • • •

KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Authority

• • 2019/20 • •

KwaZulu-Natal Gaming and Betting Board

Free State Development Corporation (FDC)

• • • • •

PUBLIC ENTITIES Free State Gambling, Liquor and Tourism Authority

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture and Rural Development Community Safety Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Economic Development Education

• • 2017/18 • • • • • • • • • • • •

Social Development

Gauteng Film Commission (GFC)

• • • • • • • • • • • • •

Rural Development and Agrarian Reform

Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP)

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

Public Works and Infrastructure

Dinokeng

• • 2018/19 • • • • • • • • • • • •

Provincial Treasury

Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (COHWHS)

• • 2019/20 • • • • • • • • • • • •

Human Settlements

PUBLIC ENTITIES

• • • • • • • • • • • • •

Health

Treasury

• • • • • • • • • • • • •

Education

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

Community Safety

• • 2018/19 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

DEPARTMENTS

AUDIT OUTCOMES

Human Settlements

• • • • • • • •

Health

• • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • •

e-Government

• • 2019/20 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Provincial Legislature Office of the Premier

• • 2017/18

EASTERN CAPE

• • 2018/19

• • 2019/20

AUDIT OUTCOMES

KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence KZN Growth Fund Mjindi Farming Moses Kotane Institute Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ) Tourism KwaZulu-Natal Trade and Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN)

LIMPOPO Provincial Legislature Office of the Premier

(Continued on page 25)

CLEAN AUDIT

FINANCIALLY UNQUALIFIED WITH FINDINGS

QUALIFIED AUDIT OPINION

ADVERSE AUDIT OPINION

DISCLAIMER OF AUDIT OPINION

AUDIT NOT FINALISED AT LEGISLATED DATE

NEW AUDITEE

NOT AVAILABLE

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Transport, Safety and Liaison

Human Settlements Provincial Treasury Public Works, Roads and Transport Social Development

Northern Cape Tourism Authority

WESTERN CAPE Provincial Parliament

Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT) Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency

NORTH WEST Provincial Legislature Office of the Premier

• • 2017/18 • • • •

DEPARTMENTS

• • 2018/19 • • • •

Department of the Premier

Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency (MEGA)

• • 2019/20 • • • •

PUBLIC ENTITIES Mpumalanga Economic Regulator (MER)

DEPARTMENTS

Agriculture Community Safety Cultural Affairs and Sport Economic Development and Tourism Education Environmental Affairs and Development Planning Health Human Settlements Local Government

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism Education Health Human Settlements Provincial Treasury Public Works and Roads Social Development

• • • • • • • • • • •

Community Safety and Transport Management

• • • • • • • • • • •

Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation

• • • • • • • • • • •

Provincial Treasury

Agriculture and Rural Development

Social Development Transport and Public Works Cape Town and Western Cape Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Wesgro) CapeNature Casidra SOC Ltd Government Motor Transport Heritage Western Cape Saldanha Bay IDZ Licencing Company SOC Ltd Western Cape Cultural Commission

FINANCIALLY UNQUALIFIED WITH FINDINGS

QUALIFIED AUDIT OPINION

ADVERSE AUDIT OPINION

• • •

North West Gambling Board

• • •

Western Cape Language Committee

• • •

Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board

Mmabana Arts, Culture and Sport Foundation North West Development Corporation SOC Ltd (NWDC)

• • 2017/18 • • • • •

• • • •

PUBLIC ENTITIES

PUBLIC ENTITIES

CLEAN AUDIT

• • • •

Northern Cape Liquor Board

• • 2017/18 • • • •

Health

Northern Cape Heritage Resources Authority (NCHRA)

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Education

Northern Cape Gambling Board

Western Cape Liquor Authority

DISCLAIMER OF AUDIT OPINION

AUDIT NOT FINALISED AT LEGISLATED DATE

NEW AUDITEE

Economic Development and Tourism

Northern Cape Economic Development, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (NCEDA)

• • • • • • • • •

Culture, Sport and Recreation

• • • • • • • • • • •

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

• • • • • • • • • • •

Northern Cape Arts and Culture Council

• • • • • • • • • • •

McGregor Museum

Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs

Kalahari Kid Corporation

• • •

PUBLIC ENTITIES

DEPARTMENTS Community Safety, Security and Liaison

• • • • • • • • •

Sport, Arts and Culture

• • • • • • • • •

Social Development

• • • • • • • • •

Roads and Public Works

Office of the Premier

Provincial Treasury

Provincial Legislature

Health

MPUMALANGA

Education

• • 2019/20 • •

Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL)

Economic Development and Tourism

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Limpopo Tourism Agency

• • 2017/18 • • • • •

Limpopo Gambling Board

• • 2018/19 • • • • •

Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA)

• • 2019/20 • • • • •

Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs

Gateway Airports Authority Limited (GAAL)

• • 2018/19 • • • •

PUBLIC ENTITIES

Agriculture, Environmental Affairs, Rural Development and Land Reform

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Transport and Community Safety

DEPARTMENTS

Sport, Arts and Culture

Social Development

Provincial Legislature Office of the Premier

• • • • • • • • •

Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure

NORTHERN CAPE

• • • • • • • • •

Provincial Treasury

• • • • • • • •

Health

• • • • • • • •

Education

Northwest Transport Investments SOC Ltd (NTI)

• • • • • • • •

Economic Development, Environment and Tourism

• • 2018/19 • • • •

North West Tourism Board

• • 2019/20 • • • •

North West Provincial Arts and Cultural Council

Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs

North West Parks Board

Agriculture and Rural Development

DEPARTMENTS

AUDIT OUTCOMES

AUDIT OUTCOMES

(Continued from page 23)

NOT AVAILABLE

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R0.0m

R1.7m

R34.4m

-

-

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

R3.2m

R0.0m

Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism

R0.5m

R1.7m

R1 148m

R320.1m

n/a

R879.2m

R48.5m

R14.6m

R0.1m

R0.0m

DEPARTMENTS Community Safety

Public Works and Infrastructure

R1 855m

R2 319m

Human Settlements

R1 029m

R422.8m

Infrastructure Development

R107.6m

R271.4m

Roads and Transport

R2 168m

R2 318m

Social Development Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

Dinokeng Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP)

Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA)

R28.1m

R12.3m

Gauteng Liquor Board

R0.1m

R31.6m

Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF)

R4.9m

R116.3m

Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency (GIFA)

Gauteng Tourism Authority

COEGA Development Corporation (CDC)

-

R3.5m

-

-

R2.9m

R2.5m

-

-

R0.5m

R0.1m

-

-

Eastern Cape Gambling Board (ECGB) Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA) Eastern Cape Provincial Arts and Culture Council (ECPACC)

-

R14.2m

R0.8m

Eastern Cape Socio-Economic Consultative Council (ECSECC)

R0.0m

R0.0m

Mayibuye Transport Corporation (MTC)

R2.0m

R6.5m 2018/19

2019/20

-

Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency (ECRDA)

g-FleeT Management

KWAZULU-NATAL

R6.3m

R7.1m

R1.7m

R0.2m

-

-

-

R43.9m

R4.4m

Provincial Legislature

R9.3m

R6.1m

Office of the Premier

R93.4m

R174.7m

R26.1m

R126.2m

R101.5m

R95.2m

DEPARTMENTS Agriculture and Rural Development Arts and Culture Community Safety and Liaison

R14.1m

R3.9m

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

R0.8m

R42.5m

Education

R14.3m

R18.9m

Office of the Premier

R118.2m

R283.9m

Agriculture and Rural Development

R3.7m

R12.1m

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

R5.4m

R39.4m

Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs

R1.0m

R12.2m

DEPARTMENTS

R1 527m

R902.1m

R589.7m

R645.5m

Provincial Treasury

R0.7m

R1.2m

Public Works

R0.5m

R14.0m

R100.4m

R76.8m

Social Development Sport and Recreation Transport

R333.4m

R791.6m

PUBLIC ENTITIES

R458.6m

R392.4m

Agribusiness Development Agency (ADA)

n/a

n/a

Police, Roads and Transport

R1 131m

R1 011m

Provincial Treasury

R13.3m

R13.1m

R28.4m

R53.9m

n/a

R16.9m

R55.1m

R113.4m

Social Development PUBLIC ENTITIES

R170.8m

R18.8m

R18.3m

R7.1m

R27.0m

R2 393m

R3 373m

R2.0m

R11.6m

Amafa Heritage AkwaZulu Natali Dube TradePort Corporation (DTPC) Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission KwaZulu-Natal Gaming and Betting Board

-

-

R0.5m

R0.6m

R6.9m

R5.1m

R26.2m

R23.2m

R1.8m

R16.0m

R0.0m

R3.0m

-

R0.1m

R5.5m

R3.9m

KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Authority KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence KZN Growth Fund

2018/19

2019/20

R80.5m

R13.1m R1 905m

Health

Health Human Settlements

R1 826m

Human Settlements

Education

Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ)

Provincial Legislature

R0.6m

R4.1m

Tourism KwaZulu-Natal

Office of the Premier

R0.4m

R11.9m

Trade and Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN)

LIMPOPO

GAUTENG

-

R2.1m

Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs

Provincial Legislature

Free State Gambling, Liquor and Tourism Authority

-

Gautrain Management Agency (GMA)

East London Industrial Development Zone (ELIDZ)

Free State Development Corporation (FDC)

R4.4m -

R71.9m

PUBLIC ENTITIES

R0.1m

R29.5m

R4.4m

R9.2m

Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

R0.0m

-

Social Development

Public Works and Infrastructure

R0.1m

R0.8m

R8.1m

FREE STATE

-

Gauteng Film Commission (GFC)

R131.7m

Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB)

-

Gauteng Gambling Board

R5.8m

Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC)

R0.3m R39.3m

Treasury

R132.6m

Transport

R5.7m

PUBLIC ENTITIES

Rural Development and Agrarian Reform Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture

R1 168m

R70.7m

2019/20

Provincial Treasury

R29.2m

Health

Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (COHWHS)

Health Human Settlements

R381.5m

Mjindi Farming

-

-

R0.8m

R2.0m

-

-

Moses Kotane Institute

DEPARTMENTS

R0.1m

-

R25.9m

R19.6m

R0.4m

R0.4m

2019/20

Education

R1 031m

e-Government

2018/19

Provincial Legislature Office of the Premier

Education

2018/19

2018/19

EASTERN CAPE

2019/20

UIF&W EXPENDITURE

UNAUTHORISED, IRREGULAR, FRUITLESS AND WASTEFUL EXPENDITURE

Agriculture and Rural Development

R6.5m

R2.9m

Community Safety

R1.0m

R3.9m

-

R1.2m

Provincial Legislature

-

-

R1.5m

R1.2m

Office of the Premier

-

-

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Economic Development

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Agriculture and Rural Development

North West Parks Board R15.7m

R57.2m

R5.9m

North West Provincial Arts and Cultural Council North West Tourism Board

R13.6m

n/a

-

R12.0m

R9.3m

n/a

n/a

Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs

R1 190m

R845.9m

Economic Development, Environment and Tourism

R16.0m

R24.6m

R236.4m

R737.0m

R19.3m

R52.0m

R206.4m

R23.9m

Provincial Legislature

n/a

n/a

R0.0m

R0.4m

Office of the Premier

R1.2m

R1.4m

R5.1m

R5.1m

R32.4m

R53.0m

-

Provincial Treasury Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure Social Development Sport, Arts and Culture Transport and Community Safety

R0.0m

R1.9m R0.5m

Agriculture, Environmental Affairs, Rural Development and Land Reform Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs

Limpopo Tourism Agency Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL)

MPUMALANGA

R0.4m R144.7m

R0.0m

R0.0m

R4.5m

R1.3m

R902.0m

R956.2m

Economic Development and Tourism

R6.8m

R7.5m

Education

R541.0m

R333.0m

Health

R505.2m

R721.6m

Provincial Treasury Roads and Public Works

2018/19

Limpopo Gambling Board

R5.1m R172.3m

2019/20

Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA)

DEPARTMENTS

R10.0m

PUBLIC ENTITIES Gateway Airports Authority Limited (GAAL)

NORTHERN CAPE

2018/19

Health

2019/20

Education

Northwest Transport Investments SOC Ltd (NTI)

R0.0m

R8.1m

R108.7m

R50.0m

Social Development

R9.9m

R11.3m

Sport, Arts and Culture

R0.0m

R0.0m

R70.8m

R131.6m

Provincial Legislature

R1.9m

R13.9m

Transport, Safety and Liaison

Office of the Premier

R19.0m

R99.7m

PUBLIC ENTITIES

DEPARTMENTS

Kalahari Kid Corporation

R0.1m

R1.2m

Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs

McGregor Museum

R0.1m

R0.1m

-

R1.6m

R689.4m

R434.6m

Northern Cape Arts and Culture Council Northern Cape Economic Development, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (NCEDA)

R0.0m

R0.0m

Culture, Sport and Recreation

R13.9m

R24.8m

Northern Cape Gambling Board

R18.1m

R44.2m

Northern Cape Heritage Resources Authority (NCHRA)

R307.0m

R414.0m

Northern Cape Liquor Board

Health

R127.0m

R139.4m

Northern Cape Tourism Authority

Human Settlements

R997.2m

R1 193m

Economic Development and Tourism Education

-

R4.8m

Public Works, Roads and Transport

Provincial Treasury

R182.7m

R52.2m

Social Development

R44.4m

R28.6m

R93.7m

R116.0m

PUBLIC ENTITIES

Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency

NORTH WEST

-

R0.4m

R2.1m

R4.2m

R17.5m

R173.9m

2019/20

Mpumalanga Economic Regulator (MER) Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT)

2018/19

Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency (MEGA)

Office of the Premier

n/a

n/a

DEPARTMENTS R73.4m

R171.1m

Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation

R72.0m

R137.9m

Community Safety and Transport Management

R1 267m

R1 312m

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

R0.6m

R173.2m

R81.4m

R0.0m

n/a

R383.9m

Education Health Human Settlements Provincial Treasury Public Works and Roads Social Development

-

-

WESTERN CAPE

Provincial Parliament

R3.5m

R0.0m

Department of the Premier

R1.0m

R2.4m

Agriculture

R0.3m

R0.1m

Community Safety

R1.4m

R0.1m

Cultural Affairs and Sport

R0.1m

R0.3m

DEPARTMENTS

Health Human Settlements Local Government

Agriculture and Rural Development

Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism

R1.0m

Environmental Affairs and Development Planning

R56.1m

R1 016m

R1 363m

R125.2m

n/a

-

R0.0m

R116.7m

R86.6m

R136.8m

R11.6m

PUBLIC ENTITIES

-

R0.5m

R1.4m

R0.0m

-

R0.1m

R6.5m

R13.3m

R130.1m

R3.3m

R0.0m

R0.0m

Provincial Treasury

R1.9m

R1.2m

Social Development

R0.7m

R0.0m

-

R0.0m

Cape Town and Western Cape Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Wesgro)

-

R0.0m

CapeNature

-

-

Casidra SOC Ltd

-

R0.7m

Transport and Public Works PUBLIC ENTITIES

Government Motor Transport

-

-

Heritage Western Cape

-

-

Saldanha Bay IDZ Licencing Company SOC Ltd

-

-

Western Cape Cultural Commission

-

-

R1.6m

R0.0m

R7.3m

R18.5m

Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board

North West Development Corporation SOC Ltd (NWDC)

R30.0m

R37.8m

Western Cape Language Committee

North West Gambling Board

R23.3m

R21.2m

Western Cape Liquor Authority

Mmabana Arts, Culture and Sport Foundation

R0.1m

R0.7m

Economic Development and Tourism

R41.2m

n/a

Education

Provincial Legislature

R7.7m

2019/20

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

R1.0m R0.4m

2018/19

Community Safety, Security and Liaison

UIF&W EXPENDITURE

DEPARTMENTS

-

-

R4.0m

R3.8m

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 different in nature. Please refer to p9 for definitions and source information.

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EASTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE

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The Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature consists of 63 members, elected by proportional representation. Since the elections on 7 May 2014, the ANC has held a majority of seats in the Legislature.

The parties holding seats are: AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

44 24

DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE

10 3

ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS

5 2

UNITED DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT

2 1

FREEDOM FRONT PLUS

1

AFRICAN TRANSFORMATION MOVEMENT

1

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 168 966km2 LAND PERCENTAGE 13.8%

PREMIER The head of the Provincial Executive is the Premier, who is elected by the Provincial Legislature from among its members. The current Premier of the Eastern Cape is Mr Lubabalo Oscar Mabuyane.

PEOPLE

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENTS

6 996 976

The Premier appoints an Executive Council consisting of members of the Provincial Legislature. The Members of the Executive Council (MECs) are responsible for the various departments of the provincial administration. The current departments and MECs are: DEPARTMENT

MEC

Community Safety

Ms Weziwe Tikana Gxothiwe

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Mr Xolile Edmund Nqata

Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism

Mr Mlungisi Gerald Mvoko

Education

Mr Fundile David Gade

Health

Ms Nomakhosazana Meth

Human Settlements

Ms Nonceba Kontsiwe

Provincial Treasury

Mr Mlungisi Gerald Mvoko

Public Works and Infrastructure

Mr Babalo Madikizela

Rural Development and Agrarian Reform

Ms Nonkqubela N Pieters

Social Development

Ms Siphokazi Mani-Lusithi

Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture

Ms Fezeka Nkomonye

Transport

Ms Weziwe Tikana-Gxothiwe

2 626 687

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

90,7

37,5

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

17.0%

12.7%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

43.8%

49.6%

PUBLIC ENTITIES The Provincial Government has, through its legislative capacity, the power to establish state-owned public entities. The role of these public entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a rule each public entity reports to a responsible official in the provincial executive (usually an MEC or the Premier). Current public entities include: COEGA Development Corporation (CDC)

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,9

HOUSEHOLDS 1 773 395 65.1%

26.6%

7.4%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

East London Industrial Development Zone (ELIDZ) Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC) Eastern Cape Gambling Board (ECGB) Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB) Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA) Eastern Cape Provincial Arts and Culture Council (ECPACC) Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency (ECRDA) Eastern Cape Socio-Economic Consultative Council (ECSECC)

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

68.4%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

52.3%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

86.6%

Mayibuye Transport Corporation (MTC)

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 1, 2021, published by Stats SA.

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CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Independence Avenue, Bhisho POSTAL: Private Bag X0051, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 040 608 0041 WEB: www.eclegislature.gov.za EMAIL: communication@ecleg.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature strives to deepen democracy, promote development and build a better life for all, through lawmaking, effective public participation and vigorous oversight. The Legislature has the responsibility to pass laws which upon implementation will impact positively on the lives of the people. In addition, the Legislature must ensure that public accountability is promoted and maintained. It is also important for the Legislature to fulfil its constitutional mandate of ensuring that the public is engaged in governance and service delivery.

SPEAKER MS HM SAULS-AUGUST

DEPUTY SPEAKER MR M QOBOSHIYANE

OFFICE BEARERS 2019 General Election seat allocation: ANC 44, DA 10, EFF 5, UDM 2, VF PLUS 1, ATM 1 Speaker: Ms Helen Mercedes Sauls-August (ANC) Deputy Speaker: Mr Mlibo Qoboshiyane (ANC)

Members: Mr Kesava Pillai Anilkumar Ms Fezeka Bayeni Mr David Fundisile Bese Mr Jacobus Petrus Johannes Botha Ms Virginia Alice Camealio-Benjamin Mr Yusuf Cassim Mr Theo Willem Coetzee Ms Jane Mary Cowley Ms Bulelwa Beauty Dial Mr Mxolisi Mackson Dimaza Mr Mluleki Dlelanga Mr Tony Duba (Deputy Chairperson of Committees) Ms Gloria Bukiwe Fanta Mr Fundile David Gade Ms Tumeka Gaya Ms Sindiswa Griselda Gomba Ms Mandlakazi Keleku Ms Vicky Knoetze Ms Nonceba Kontsiwe Ms Nomasikizi Hendrietta Konza Ms Babalwa Lobishe Mr Vumile Gladman Lwana Mr Lubabalo Oscar Mabuyane (Premier) Mr Babalo Madikizela Mr Sanele Magaqa Mr Loyiso Magqashela (Chief Whip) Mr Felix Lulama Bongani Mahlati Mr Mlamli Alfred Makhetha Mr Xolani Malamlela Mr Nelson Mampofu Ms Siphokazi Mani-Lusithi Ms Nontutuzelo Maqubela Mr Thabo Matiwane Ms Sigqibokazi Sweetness Mbonyana Ms Nomakhosazana Meth Mr Mzoleli Mrara Mr Mlungisi Gerald Mvoko Mr Mziwonke Ndabeni Mr Pumelele Ndamase

ANC ANC ANC DA ANC DA VF PLUS DA EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC DA ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC DA ANC UDM EFF ANC ATM ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC

Ms Ntombovuyo Silberose Nkopane (Chairperson of Committees) Mr Xolile Edmund Nqatha Ms Nozibele Nyalambisa Mr Retief Odendaal Ms Nonkqubela Ntomboxolo Pieters Ms Alice Nomvula Ponco Mr Mlibo Qoboshiyane (Deputy Speaker) Ms Portia Zoleka Qotoyi Ms Zinziswa Ursula Rabe Ms Helen Mercedes Sauls-August (Speaker) Mr Mpumelelo Saziwa Mr Monde Sondaba Mr Robert Sykes Stevenson (Leader of the Opposition) Mr Yazini Tetyana Ms Weziwe Tikana Mr Makhaya Merriman Twabu Mr Peter Edmund van Vuuren Ms Koliswa Vimbayo Mr Marshall Roberto von Buchenroder Ms Ntombizodwa Tamara Xhanti Ms Nomvano Zibonda Mr Litha Law Zibula Ms Noncedo Zinti

ANC ANC ANC DA ANC ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC DA EFF ANC ANC DA ANC DA ANC DA EFF UDM

EASTERN CAPE

PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE

Secretary: Adv Innocent Netshitumbu (Acting Secretary to the Legislature) CFO: Ms Nomawethu Ngcakani Senior Management: Adv Koleka Beja (GM: Legal and Procedural Services), Ms Nombulelo Dyan (GM: Financial Management), Mr Bheki Gama (GM: IHRM), Mr Mgcini Hlolo (GM: Oversight Services), Mr Phakamisa Hobongwana (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Elroy Jacobs (GM: Integrated Information and Technical Services), Ms Zanele Mene (Executive Manager: Oversight), Ms Nombulelo Mosana (GM: Office of the Secretary), Adv Innocent Netshitumbu (Executive Manager: Legal and Procedural Services), Mr Mpangazita Ngwanya (GM: Public Participation, Petitions and Public Education), Mr Kanya Zantsi (GM: Supply Chain Management (SCM)) Communications Officers: Mr Andile Duka (Acting Senior Manager: Communication), Ms Ntombekhaya Maclean (Senior Communication Officer: Branding and Marketing)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

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

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

24 489 29 166 53 655 97 686 24 173 121 859 (68 204)

27 824 37 671 65 495 58 058 40 282 98 340 (32 845)

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

555 447 384 555 063 (588 066) (337 840) (35 359)

524 449 630 523 819 (535 843) (312 322) (13 303)

n/a n/a n/a n/a

884 (4 615) 22 651 4

10 931 (2 656) 26 382 22

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a n/a

488 368

488 370

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

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

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BOOKMARKS

EASTERN CAPE

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Office of the Premier Building, Independence Avenue, Bhisho POSTAL: Private Bag X0047, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 040 609 6644 WEB: ecprov.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Office of the Premier is to ensure responsive, integrated and sustainable service delivery to all in the Eastern Cape through strategic leadership, critical interventions and coordinated effective provincial government. The constitutional mandate of the Premier provides the Premier and the Executive Council the authority over a province by implementing provincial legislation in the province; implementing all national legislation within the functional areas listed in Schedule 4, except where the Constitution or an Act of Parliament provides otherwise; administering national legislation outside the functional areas listed in Schedules 4 and 5, that which has been assigned to the provincial executive in terms of an Act of Parliament; developing and implementing provincial policy; coordinating the functions of the provincial administration and its departments; preparing and initiating provincial legislation; and performing any other function assigned to the provincial executive in terms of the Constitution or an Act of Parliament. The strategic goals of the Premier are to coordinate institutional transformation of the provincial government towards the building of a developmental state; coordinate and integrate service delivery in the province; strengthen good governance, cooperative governance and public participation; and position the Office of the Premier as a strategic leader and effective centre of coordination of service delivery in the province.

PREMIER MR LO MABUYANE

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

Premier: Mr Lubabalo Oscar Mabuyane Director General: Ms Marion Mbina-Mthembu Chief of Staff: Adv Zintle Hlobo Senior Management: Ms Zoleka Genge (PA: Director General), Mr Nation Madikiza (Chief Information Officer), Ms Sisanda Magoloza (Finance), Ms Lazola Manana (Supply Chain Management), Ms Thandile Mtiki (PA: Premier), Mr Vincent Petersen (Chief Technology Officer), Ms Paloma Thompson (Office Manager: DG) Communications Officers: Mr Sizwe Kupelo (Spokesperson: Premier), Ms Mandisa Titi (General Manager: Communication)

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

990 009

977 581

860 954 763 244

748 668

823 434

Employee Compensation

270 742

268 224

255 128

Goods and Services

221 890

247 462

306 002

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

OFFICE BEARERS

DIRECTOR GENERAL MS M MBINA-MTHEMBU

HUMAN RESOURCES

5 820

6 128

7 977

1 703

34 357

24 757

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

442

n/a

425

Posts Filled

369

n/a

335

PUBLIC ENTITIES Eastern Cape Socio-Economic Consultative Council (ECSECC)

DEPARTMENT: COMMUNITY SAFETY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: ERF 5000, Cnr Independence Avenue & Circular Drive, Bisho POSTAL: Private Bag X0057, Bhisho, 5606 WEB: www.safetyec.gov.za

SAFETY & LIAISON

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Department of Community Safety is to build safer communities through civilian oversight of the police and community participation. The Department’s strategic goals are to ensure efficient and effective governance and administration of the Department; exercise oversight over the South African Police Service (SAPS) and Metro Police Services in the Eastern Cape; and build safer communities through effective partnerships. The Department’s legal mandate is to: monitor and evaluate the implementation of policing policy in the province; evaluate and monitor police conduct in the province; develop and evaluate safety models and monitoring tools; assist the Civilian Secretariat with any monitoring and evaluation projects; promote community police relations and establish and promote partnerships; and manage the enhancement of community safety structures within the province. Furthermore, the Department must: monitor the implementation by SAPS of the recommendations made by IPID; provide the Minister with regular reports on SAPS compliance; report on the implementation of the Domestic Violence Act of 1998, dealing with SAPS applications

MEC MS WT GXOTHIWE

for exemptions, etc.; strengthen communities against crime; prevent violence; prevent corruption; and strengthen the criminal justice system.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Weziwe Tikana Gxothiwe (MEC: Transport, Safety and Liaison) (ANC)

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

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Head of Department: Mr Vuyani Mapolisa CFO: Ms Nwabisa Libala Chief Directors: Mr Zukile Kani (Corporate Services), Ms Pumla Nqakula (Community Safety) Directors: Ms Aphiwe Jaceni (Financial Management), Ms Nomfundo Mahonga (Human Resources Management), Mr Sakhiwo Makayi (Supply Chain Management), Ms Nonkqubela Mlenzana (Civilian Oversight and Monitoring), Mr Neil Naidoo (Community Police Relations), Mr Archie Ralo (Executive Support), Mr Archibald Ralo (Strategic Management), Mr Martin Sycholt (Research and Policy Making) Communications Officers: Mr Unathi Binqose (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Andisiwe Mbusi (Personal Assistant: HOD), Mr Michael Msebi (Deputy Director: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

R’000

R’000

R’000

105 594

101 516

95 583

104 731

101 344

95 160

Employee Compensation

75 874

70 925

69 058

Goods and Services

26 650

28 259

23 504

1 763

1 900

2 457

-

-

72

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

148

n/a

305

Posts Filled

135

n/a

138

EASTERN CAPE

BOOKMARKS

DEPARTMENT: COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Tyamzashe Building, Phalo Avenue, Civic Square, Bhisho, 5605 POSTAL: Private Bag X0035, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 040 940 7191/2/3/4 WEB: www.eccogta.gov.za

COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE & TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs is to promote a developmental local state and traditional institutions that are accountable, focused on citizen’s priorities, capable of delivering high quality services consistently and sustainably through cooperative governance and participatory democracy. The Department’s strategic goals are: to be an enabling environment to enhance service delivery through integrated support services; to strengthen municipal institutional capacity to promote governance and effective service delivery; effective and efficient planning and development in municipalities; liveable integrated cities, towns and rural areas that provide basic income security; to have enabling viable sustainable developmental municipalities that deliver basic services; and an enabling service environment in traditional leadership institutions to improve socio-economic development through integrated support services.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Xolile Edmund Nqata (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Andile Fani CFO: Ms Kutala Shinta (Financial and Supply Chain Management) Deputy Directors General: Mr Tandabantu Gwebindlala (Traditional Affairs), Mr Vuyo Mlokothi (Corporate Management, Intergovernmental Relations and District Coordination), Ms Charity Sihunu (Acting DDG: Developmental Local Government) Senior Management: Mr Craig Goliath (Acting General Manager: Municipal Economic Development Facilitation), Mr Basil Mase (General Manager: Strategic Management and Communication Services), Mr Thabo Mdukiswa (General Manager: Municipal Public Participation and Rapid Response), Ms Themi Ncume (General Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Malibongwe Ngcai (General Manager: Traditional Governance and Finance), Mr Mzwethemba Nkantsu (General Manager:

MEC MR XE NQATA

House of Traditional Leaders), Ms Charity Sihunu (Acting General Manager: Municipal Governance and Support) Communications Officers: Mr Mamnkeli Ngam (Senior Manager: Corporate Communication)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 094 188

986 660

1 104 465

993 938

967 032

1 083 986

828 190

798 913

763 355

Goods and Services

117 676

109 878

101 475

Capital Assets

27 596

24 664

26 056

3 236

15

183

Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

2 953

2 850

3 002

Posts Filled

2 765

2 745

2 781

DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Beacon Hill, Hockley Close, King William’s Town, 5605 POSTAL: Private Bag X0054, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 043 605 7000 WEB: www.dedea.gov.za

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM

OVERVIEW The vision of the Eastern Cape Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism is of a province where economic growth and sound environmental management underpin sustainable development. Its main strategic goal is innovation for sustainable development, with the strategic objectives being to improve

organisational performance, local economic participation, emission reduction, carbon reduction and green economy initiatives, and to secure the provincial conservation status. The primary mandate change resulted from the formalisation of the 12 key outcomes identified and agreed to by the National Cabinet.

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

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BOOKMARKS

The Department had to adjust its strategic plan to demonstrate the following outcomes: decent employment through inclusive economic growth; an efficient, competitive and responsive economic infrastructure network; environmental assets and natural resources that are well protected and continually enhanced; an efficient, effective and development-orientated public service; and an empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship.

Senior Management: Ms Siyabulela Onceya (Office Manager) Communications Officers: Mr Thobile Gowa (Media Liaison Officer), Ncedo Lisani (Communications Manager), Ms Noncedo Mangcotywa (Communications and Marketing), Mr Siphiwo Sam Mazosiwe (Parliamentary Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 432 048

1 179 464

1 127 581

1 370 811

1 160 396

1 086 620

Employee Compensation

262 963

257 573

240 050

Goods and Services

130 666

124 541

125 059

9 972

13 031

43 764

534

1 743

30 168

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

696

726

615

521

519

530

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** MEC MR MG MVOKO

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Mlungisi Gerald Mvoko (MEC: Finance, Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism) (ANC) Head of Department: Mrs Mickey Mama Chief of Staff: Ms Akhona Tinta Directors: Mr Leon Els (Sarah Baartman Regional Office), Mr Sizakele Gabula (OR Tambo Regional Office), Mr Zola Hewu (Amathole Regional Office), Mr Mzukisi Mbhotho (Joe Gqabi Regional Office), Mr Cira Ngetu (Chris Hani Regional Office), Mrs Tembakazi Tshefu (Alfred Nzo Regional Office)

Posts Filled

PUBLIC ENTITIES COEGA Development Corporation (CDC) East London Industrial Development Zone (ELIDZ) Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC) Eastern Cape Gambling Board (ECGB) Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB) Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA)

DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Steve Vukile Tshwete Education Complex, Zone 6, Zwelitsha POSTAL: Private Bag X0032, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 040 608 4200/8 WEB: eceducation.gov.za EMAIL: customercare@edu.ecprov.gov.za

EDUCATION

OVERVIEW The vision of the Eastern Cape Department of Education is to offer a quality education and training system that transforms schools into centres of community life and promotes shared moral values, good governance and sustainable development. Its mission is to provide quality education for sustainable development by providing socially relevant and economically responsive programmes that address the human resource needs of the province and the country; enhancing the skills base for agrarian transformation, manufacturing diversification and tourism in order to meet the needs of the second economy; providing quality programmes to build the capacity of all employees; and encouraging participatory decisionmaking processes that strive to empower the whole community at all levels. The following are the strategic goals of the Department: access to basic education, and equity in opportunity and educational achievement for all learners regardless of race, gender, disability, geographical location and socio-economic status; empowerment of all learners to become responsible citizens through equipping them with skills, knowledge and values; improved quality of teaching and learning at all educational institutions; improved institutional efficiency through enhanced management systems and integrated service delivery; economic, effective, efficient and equitable resourcing within the education system; and cohesive and sustainable communities built through cooperation with all stakeholders in education.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Fundile David Gade (ANC) Head of Department: Dr Naledi Mbude Chief of Staff: Mr Mzuyanda Sokujika CFO: Mr Jason O’Hara Deputy Directors General: Mr Greg Macmaster (Acting: Branch – Education Planning, Evaluation and Monitoring [EPEM]), Mr Ray Tywakadi (Institutional Management)

MEC MR FD GADE

HOD DR N MBUDE

Chief Directors: Ms Thembisa Futshane (Institutional Operations and Development), Mr Mthobeli Gaca (District Coordination), Mr Marius Harmse (Acting: Supply Chain Management), Mr Muzukisi Jack (Acting Cluster-Chief Director), Ms X Kese (Financial Management Services), Mr Mzimhle Mabona (Acting: Assessment and Examinations), Ms Naledi Mbude (Statutory Advisory Protocol Services), Mr Z Mnqanqeni (Infrastructure Planning), Mr KE Ngaso (District Coordination, Monitoring and Support [Cluster C]), Mr Phila Ngqumba (Statutory Advisory and Protocol Services), Dr Soyisile Nuku (Strategic Coordinator), Mr M Tshibo (Acting: Human Resource Development and Management) Directors: Mr Charles Addae (Risk Management), Ms Yolisa Bomela (Wellness Office), Mr Nkosipendule Duntsula (Office of the MEC), Mr Benedict Khohliso (IT and Systems Infrastructure), Mr Londoloza Lutya (Education Resourcing: FET Band), Mr Melikhaya Mancoko (Acting: IDS & G), Mr Monwabisi Mbangeni (District Offices), Mr Mbulelo Mpupu (District Offices), Mr Andile Mtirara (Acting: Special Programmes), Mr Lethu Ndzube (Social Support Services), Mr Afrika Ngewana (Human Resource Development), Ms Zukiswa Njotini (HIV/Aids and Social Planning Programmes), Ms Unathi Nqandela (Curriculum: ECD and GET Programmes), Mr Lourens Putter (Acting: Inclusive

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Education), Mr Zakhele Sabata (Acting: Language in Education Policy), Mr Eddie Scheun (Shared Legal Services), Mr Nelson Skalk (Financial Planning and Budget Management), Ms Glory Toyi (Internal Audit), Ms Verona Witbooi (Nutrition and Poverty Alleviation), Ms Xoliswa Zitumane (Acting: IDS & G) Senior Management: Ms N Tezapi (Manager: District Support) Communications Officers: Ms Vuyiseka Mboxela (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Mr Loyiso Pulumani (Director: Communications and Customer Care), Mr Monde Sangqu (Director: Community Liaison)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

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

R’000

R’000

R’000

36 464 780

35 129 571

33 026 705

37 179 580

35 031 804

32 982 190

29 261 696

27 385 262

25 833 475

3 583 118

3 187 201

2 814 208

1 396 590

1 555 604

1 540 017

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 148 473

320 139

157 727

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

81 530

82 342

84 455

Posts Filled

68 318

68 413

68 157

Capital Assets

DEPARTMENT: HEALTH CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Dukumbana Building, Independence Avenue, Bhisho POSTAL: Private Bag X0038, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 040 608 1117 WEB: www.echealth.gov.za EMAIL: callcentre@echealth.gov.za

HEALTH

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Department of Health is to provide and ensure accessible, comprehensive, integrated services in the Eastern Cape, emphasising the primary health care approach, optimally utilising all resources to enable all its present and future generations to enjoy health and quality of life. The primary business of the Department and health care service delivery is based on the following five strategic goals: facilitate a functional, quality-driven public health system that provides an integrated and seamless package of health services and is responsive to customer needs; combat and reduce the impact of TB and HIV/AIDS, with a special focus on preventing the emergence of drug-resistant strains; improve and strengthen the mother and child health services; combat and reduce diseases of lifestyle and mental conditions; and enhance institutional capacity through effective leadership, governance, accountability, and efficient and effective utilisation of resources.

MEC MS N METH

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation

n/a

24 026 752

22 337 081

MEC: Ms Nomakhosazana Meth (ANC) Head of Department: Dr Rolene Wagner (Superintendent General) CFO: Mr Msulwa Daca Deputy Directors General: Dr L Matiwane (District Health SM),

Actual Expenditure

Mrs L Mavuso (HR & CS) Chief Directors: Ms T Kakaza (Internal Audit and Risk Management Assurance Services) Communications Officers: Mr Siyanda Manana

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

n/a

24 472 665

22 275 458

Employee Compensation

n/a

15 980 940

14 558 949

Goods and Services

n/a

6 110 829

5 784 042

Capital Assets

n/a

1 287 172

1 236 256

n/a

879 199

267 875

2017/18

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

n/a

48 005

52 246

Posts Filled

n/a

41 519

40 424

DEPARTMENT: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Steve Tshwete House, 31-33 Phillip Frame Road, Waverly Park, Chiselhurst

POSTAL: Private Bag X31008, Cambridge, Chiselhurst, East London, 5206 TEL: 043 711 9901/2/3 WEB: www.ecdhs.gov.za

HUMAN SETTLEMENTS

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Department of Human Settlements is to facilitate and coordinate the provision of quality, integrated and sustainable human settlements that offer its communities a better living environment. The Department essentially has three strategic goals that encompass all its core functions and responsibilities, with the outcomes being to: provide a credible multi-year housing development plan and budget through a participation process with stakeholders; promote consultation in the housing policy and legislative framework development and review

process; review and roll-out the provincial medium-term Sustainable Human Settlement Research Agenda; provide outcomes-based monitoring and evaluation of integrated plans; facilitate and coordinate the eradication of informal settlements in the province; facilitate and promote the integration of communities utilising social and rental housing; provide planning, project management, technical and quality assurance expertise to sustainable human settlement projects; acquire land and facilitate the issuing of title deeds to promote homeownership; provide political and strategic leadership and management leadership to

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the Department; provide assurance and consulting activities on internal controls, risk management and governance processes, and fight fraud and corruption; effectively manage financial resources to achieve an unqualified audit opinion; provide streamlined procurement processes and effective contracts management; and enhance the organisational performance through a well-aligned organisational transformation programme, capacitated employees and sustainable ICT solutions.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Nonceba Kontsiwe (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Tabisa Poswa (HOD and Chief Director:

MEC MS N KONTSIWE

Property Management)

Chief of Staff: Ms Mandisano Nohashe CFO: Ms EG Diutlwileng Chief Directors: Ms Tandeka Cebe (Strategy and Systems), Mr Suresh Galahitiyawa (District Coordination and Project Management), Ms Mzikazi Koyana (Delivery, Planning and Performance), Mr Daluhlanga Mpendu (Facilitation Programmes), Mr Yise Njikelana (Corporate Services), Mr Edmond Venn (Incremental Programmes) Senior Management: Ntsoaki Ngcozela (Office Manager: Office of the HOD) Communications Officers: Dr Mike Basopu (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Mr Masiza Mazizi (Media Liaison Officer)

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

2 689 736

2 414 881

2 786 257

Actual Expenditure

2 315 863

2 350 567

2 747 672

357 492

348 976

328 020

52 255

47 567

54 360

6 770

4 496

9 739

48 523

14 581

32 627

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

570

n/a

564

Posts Filled

525

n/a

531

EASTERN CAPE

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DEPARTMENT: PROVINCIAL TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Tyamzashe Building, Phalo Avenue, Bhisho, 5605 POSTAL: Private Bag X0029, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 087 353 9944 WEB: www.ectreasury.gov.za EMAIL: customercare@ectreasury.gov.za

PROVINCIAL TREASURY

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Provincial Treasury is to provide strategic and technical leadership in the allocation, management and utilisation of financial resources in order to improve quality of life in the province. The Department’s strategic goals are efficient and effective management of financial resources; sound financial accounting; allocative efficacy; sound stakeholder relations; and well-functioning department legislatures and other mandates. The Department is mandated to fulfil the following functions: prepare and exercise control over the implementation of the provincial budget; promote and enforce transparency and effective management in respect of revenue, expenditure, assets and liabilities of provincial departments and provincial public entities; ensure that its fiscal policies do not materially and unreasonably prejudice national economic policies; enforce the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and any prescribed national and provincial norms and standards; comply with the annual Division of Revenue Act and monitor and assess the implementation of that act in provincial public entities; possibly assist in building capacities for efficient, effective and transparent financial management; possibly investigate any system of financial management and internal control; intervene by taking appropriate steps to address a serious or persistent material breach of this act; and promptly provide any information required by the National Treasury in terms of this act.

MEC MR MG MVOKO

HOD MR D MAJEKE

Chief Directors: Mr Thomas Sesele (Strategy and Planning) Senior Management: Mr Phillip Booi (Chief Director: Supply Chain Office: Transversal), Mr Mzuvukile Mququ (Director: Supply Chain Management Unit) Communications Officers: Ms Nomawetu Beauty Skoti-Mawonga (Deputy Director)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

MEC: Mr Mlungisi Gerald Mvoko (MEC: Finance, Economic Development,

Total Final Appropriation

Environmental Affairs and Tourism) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Daluhlanga Majeke Chief of Staff: Mr Lulama Taleni CFO: Mr Julius Gqibani Deputy Directors General: Ms Donee Cloete-Page (Programme 1: Administration), Mr Qonda Kalimashe (Programme 4: Financial Governance), Mr Joe Mhlomi (Programme 2: Sustainable Resources Management), Ms Bulelwa Nqadolo (Programme 5: Municipal Finance Governance), Ms Mendoe Ntswahlana (Programme 3: Assets and Liabilities Management)

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

1 288 017

1 128 044

1 375 932

421 234

441 045

704 579

322 350

302 714

284 819

67 686

61 309

62 197

4 528

9 554

3 034

56

4

492

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

440

440

433

Posts Filled

429

423

423

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

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DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Qhasana Building, Independence Avenue, Bhisho, 5605 POSTAL: Private Bag X0022, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 0800 864 951 WEB: www.ecdpw.gov.za EMAIL: info@ecdpw.gov.za

PUBLIC WORKS & INFRASTRUCTURE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Department of Public Works and Infrastructure is to be a custodian of provincial government immovable assets and a provider of sustainable infrastructure, resulting in socioeconomic reforms, sector transformation, and development. The Department’s strategic goals are to promote sound corporate governance by providing continuous sound leadership in strategic and operational planning as well as monitoring and evaluation of the Department; improve management systems in order to offer efficient and effective services to client departments and the public by monitoring the annual audit plans and continually improving management systems, policies and procedures; lead transformation and development in the construction and property industries by ensuring that a percentage of departmental expenditure on infrastructure is procured through broad-based black economic empowerment; reduce poverty and unemployment by creating sustainable job opportunities; and ensure effective management of immovable and movable provincial assets by ensuring full implementation of the Government Immovable Asset Management Act (GIAMA).

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Babalo Madikizela (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Thandolwethu Manda Chief of Staff: Mr Sibongile Sotshongaye CFO: Mr Lourens Coetzer Chief Directors: Mr Sicelo Kufa (Corporate Services), Mr Qengeba Mageza (EPWP and Acting Regional Director: Sarah Baartman), Ms Azipheli Mahamba (Acting Chief Audit Executive: Internal Audit Services), Ms Nontsikelelo Matyana (SMU), Mr Malikhanye Mduba (Public Works Infrastructure), Mrs Phucuka Penxa (Immovable Asset Management) Senior Management: Ms Thembisa Cekeshe (PA: MEC), Mr Mabhuti Gwavu (Regional Director: Amathole), Mr Zamile Kalako (Regional Director: Chris Hani), Mr Sicelo Kufa (Head of Corporate Management),

MEC MR B MADIKIZELA

Ms Ayanda Moleko (Regional Director: Alfred Nzo), Mr V Njobe (Acting Regional Director: Joe Gqabi), Ms Kedibone Tyali (Regional Director: OR Tambo) Communications Officers: Ms Zine George (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Vuyokazi Mbanjwa (Head of Communications)

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

2 482 897

2 412 295

5 175 379

Actual Expenditure

2 449 554

2 361 589

5 115 089

873 721

807 614

1 125 377

Goods and Services

789 975

753 187

2 129 996

Capital Assets

254 936

248 016

1 449 877

132 590

131 743

276 362

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

2 472

2 847

5 251

Posts Filled

2 296

2 671

4 273

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT: RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND AGRARIAN REFORM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Dukumbana Building, Independence Avenue, Bhisho, 5605 POSTAL: Private Bag X0040, Bhisho, 5606 TEL: 043 602 5006/7 WEB: www.drdar.gov.za EMAIL: communication@drdar.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Department of Rural Development and Agrarian Reform is to strive to create vibrant, equitable, sustainable rural communities and food security for all. The Department’s strategic goals are: coherent and coordinated rural development for improved quality of life; and good governance and clean administration.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Nonkqubela N Pieters (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Bongikhaya Dayimani (Acting) Chief of Staff: Ms Mandisa Nohashe CFO: Ms Nokwanda Tungata COO: Mr Wiseman Goqwana (Acting COO and Farmer Support and Development)

Deputy Directors General: Mr Leon Coetzee (Agriculture Development), Ms Zoleka Makina (Administration)

Chief Directors: Ms Nokubonga Mabele (Corporate Services), Dr Mfundo Maqubela (Acting: Research and Technology Development), Mr Kinini Mbokotho (Financial Management), Dr Cebisa Mnqeta

MEC MS NN PIETERS

ACTING HOD MR B DAYIMANI

(Veterinary Services), Nomakhaya Moiloa (Human and Institutional Capacitation), Ms Sibongile Mzantsi (Supply Chain Management), Mr Hamilton Ntsabo (District Coordination), Mr Mvusiwekhaya Sicwetsha (Communications, Customer Care and Total Quality Assurance), Dr Thembakazi Silwana (Acting: Entrepreneurial Development), Ms Xoliswa Skondo (Acting: Strategy Management), Ms Patience Tamba (Rural Development) Communications Officers: Mr Masiza Mazizi (Media Liaison Officer)

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

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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

2 440 243

2 387 888

2 212 616

Actual Expenditure

2 382 205

2 305 570

2 197 539

1 269 494

1 218 377

1 154 722

Goods and Services

580 122

492 293

464 722

Capital Assets

173 207

191 575

211 199

5 807

8 064

1 154

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

2 997

2 961

2 908

Posts Filled

2 614

2 633

2 749

EASTERN CAPE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

PUBLIC ENTITIES Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency (ECRDA)

DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Head Office: Phalo Avenue, 5th Floor Dukumbana Building, Bisho, 5605

POSTAL: Private Bag X0039, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 043 605 5419 WEB: www.ecdsd.gov.za EMAIL: customer.care@ecdsd.gov.za

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

OVERVIEW The Eastern Cape Department of Social Development is faced with the inescapable reality that the poor, the vulnerable and the marginalised groups of the Eastern Cape continue to exert pressure and demand for the provision of comprehensive and quality development of social welfare services. Its mandate is aligned with the Social Protection Chapter of the NDP Vision 2030, which is aimed at ensuring protection against vulnerability by creating and enabling an environment for the provision of comprehensive, integrated and sustainable social development services. Social protection is recognised as a basic right in terms of Section 27(1)(c) of the Constitution, Act 108 of 1996, which provides for the right of access to appropriate social assistance to those unable to support themselves and their dependants. Section 28 (1) enshrines the right of children with regards to appropriate care, basic nutrition, shelter, health care services and social services. The core functions and responsibilities of the Department are to provide developmental social welfare services to individuals, families, groups and communities through the following social protection measures: protection – measures are introduced to save lives and reduce levels of deprivation; prevention – acting as an economic stabiliser, helping people avoid falling into deeper poverty and reduce vulnerability to natural disasters, crop failure, accidents and illness; promotion – aiming to enhance the capabilities of individuals, communities and institutions to participate in all spheres of activity; transformation – tackling inequalities and vulnerabilities through changes in policies, laws, budgetary allocations and redistributive measures; and development and generation – increasing consumption patterns of the poor, promoting local economic development and enabling poor people access to economic and social opportunities.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Siphokazi Mani-Lusithi (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Mzimkhulu Machemba Chief of Staff: Ms Aphiwe Bewana CFO: Mr Livingstone Xalisa COO: Mrs Nozuko Yokwana (DDG) Chief Directors: Mrs Zoliswa Ganca (Institutional Support Services), Mr Mncedisi Gazi (Acting Chief Information Officer), Mrs Shirley Hugo (Specialist Social Services), Mrs Prophetta Mwanda-Tali (Corporate Services), Mr Wandile Ncapai (Development Social Welfare Services), Mr Xola Ntshona (Development and Research), Mr Thembisile Toyiya (Children and Families) Senior Management: Ms Linda Adons (Expenditure Management), Ms Andiswa Booi (Human Resources Administration), Mr Selwyn Charles Collins (Legal Services), Mr Mncedisi Gazi (Systems Development and Maintenance), Mr Ndumiso Gola (Institutional Capacity Building and Support for NPOs), Rev Sibusiso Gwala (Population Policy Promotion), Mr Msekeli Jaceni (Financial Systems and Accounting), Mrs Nolitha Mabangule (Anti-Poverty and Co-ordination), Mrs Ntombentle Mabusela-

MEC MS S MANI-LUSITHI

Morrison (Acting: Strategic Planning), Ms Vuyolwethu Macaula (Technical Support: Office of the MEC), Ms Ntombentle Magazi (Care and Services to Older Persons), Mr Andile Makayi (Crime Prevention and Support), Mr Cebo Maleki (Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Livelihood), Mr Gavin Marshall (Logistics), Mrs Nqabisa Mazizi (Management Information System), Mr Xolisile Moloti (Human Resource Management), Ms Zoleka Mtetho (Victim Empowerment), Ms Nosipho Nkalitshana (ECD and Partial Care), Ms Babalwa Nkwentsha (Infrastructure and Facilities), Ms Noluthando Nyalela (Internal Audit), Mr Sithembele Nyambali (Foster Care, Alternatives and Adoptions), Mr Uthant Siyo (Youth Development), Mrs Zoliswa Tshiki (NPO Management), Mr Thanduxolo Vazi (ICT Operations), Ms Nobubele Volsak (Women Development), Mr Livingstone Xalisa (Financial Planning Services), Mr Lulamani Zenzile (Governance) Communications Officers: Mr Lufefe Mkutu (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Nomfesane Nyatela (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Ms Akhona Peter (Assistant Director: Web Content Management and Graphics), Ms Bongeka Peter (Parliamentary Liaison Officer: Office of the MEC), Mr Mzukisi Solani (Director: Communications, Media Liaison and Customer Care), Ms Unathi Somana (Deputy Director: Customer Care Unit)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

3 046 666

2 859 928

2 648 473

Actual Expenditure

2 965 402

2 720 924

2 516 448

1 794 385

1 686 151

1 544 700

387 628

361 991

367 295

113 150

86 189

86 817

9 217

71 924

87 939

2017/18

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

4 862

n/a

4 850

Posts Filled

4 548

n/a

4 408

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

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DEPARTMENT: SPORT, RECREATION, ARTS AND CULTURE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 5 Eales Street, King William’s Town, 5600 POSTAL: Private Bag X0020, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 043 604 4101/4019 WEB: www.ecsrac.gov.za EMAIL: communications@ecsrac.gov.za

SPORT, RECREATION, ARTS & CULTURE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture is to develop and promote sport, recreation, arts and culture for spiritual, intellectual, physical and material upliftment of the people of the Eastern Cape. The Department’s strategic goals are: effective service delivery through leadership, good governance, accountability and efficient resource utilisation; development, promotion and transformation of arts, culture, museums, heritage, and language services in order to contribute to sustainable economic growth and opportunities, nation-building, good governance, and social and human capital development; provision of a free, equitable and accessible library and information service, and proper management and preservation of public and non-public records; and improvement of quality of life through sport and recreation.

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Actual Expenditure

MEC: Ms Fezeka Nkomonye (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Sibongile Mpofu Chief of Staff: Ms Zotana CFO: Mr NT Adonis Senior Management: Ms D Sedras (GM: Sport and Recreation),

2019/20

2018/19

R’000

R’000

R’000

995 451

955 302

908 867 901 054

977 199

948 524

540 233

523 161

474 075

Goods and Services

240 954

224 241

230 397

44 050

52 775

56 778

80

31 575

34 304

Capital Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

2017/18

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Mr SM Sodo (GM: Cultural Affairs, Library and Archives Services), Ms L Tsipa (GM: District Operations) Communications Officers: Andile Nduna (Manager: Communications)

AUDIT OUTCOME

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* Total Final Appropriation

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

MEC MS F NKOMONYE

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

1 268

1 324

1 335

Posts Filled

1 199

1 277

1 273

PUBLIC ENTITIES Eastern Cape Provincial Arts and Culture Council (ECPACC)

DEPARTMENT: TRANSPORT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Stellenbosch Park, Flemming Street, Schornville, King William’s Town, 5601

POSTAL: Private Bag X0023, Bhisho, 5605 TEL: 043 604 7400 WEB: www.ectransport.gov.za EMAIL: info@dot.ecprov.gov.za

TRANSPORT

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Department of Transport is to provide, facilitate, develop, regulate and enhance a safe, affordable and reliable multimodal transport system that is integrated with land uses to ensure optimal mobility of people and goods in support of socio-economic growth and development. The Department’s strategic goals are to promote good governance and transportation excellence by providing enabling business processes for the core functions of the Department of Roads and Transport in relation to management, corporate and financial services; maximise mobility and accessibility through public transport by planning, regulating and facilitating the provision of public transport services and infrastructure, through own provincial resources and through cooperation with national and local authorities, as well as the private sector, in order to enhance the mobility of all communities, particularly those currently without or with limited access; integrate traffic management in order to enable and ensure that all road users consciously use the roads in a lawful and safe manner; create economic empowerment opportunities in the transportation sector and alleviate poverty by ensuring delivery of accessible services through integrated, socially just, developmental and empowering processes in order to improve the quality of life of communities by way of community development programmes.

MEC MS W TIKANA-GXOTHIWE

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Weziwe Tikana-Gxothiwe (MEC: Transport and Community Safety) (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Irene Mpolweni (Superintendent General) CFO: Mr DS Skweyiya Deputy Directors General: Mr ZH Ngovela (Acting DDG: Transport Infrastructure), Mr L Sisilana (Administration) Senior Management: Mr A Best (Chief Director: Community-Based Programmes), Ms L Bovana (Acting Chief Director: Corporate Services), Mr M Makhambi (Acting Chief Director: Transport Operations), Mr M Mxi (Acting Chief Director: Transport Regulation)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

5 014 770

4 901 304

1 844 482

Actual Expenditure

1 843 398

4 920 881

4 812 469

Employee Compensation

998 709

970 430

562 319

Goods and Services

2 651 241

2 302 076

708 972

661 206

945 998

56 834

4 855

116 273

27 742

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

3 703

n/a

1 689

Posts Filled

2 686

n/a

1 514

EASTERN CAPE

Communications Officers: Mr Ncedo Kumbaca (Senior Manager: Communications), Ms Khuselwa Rantjie (Director: Communication and Customer Care)

PUBLIC ENTITIES Mayibuye Transport Corporation (MTC)

COEGA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (CDC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr Alcyon Road & Zibuko Street, Zone 1, Coega SEZ, Port Elizabeth, 6100

POSTAL: Private Bag X6009, Port Elizabeth, 6000 TEL: 041 403 0400 WEB: www.coega.com EMAIL: Stakeholders@coega.co.za

OVERVIEW The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) is the global award-winning public entity that is wholly owned by the Eastern Cape Provincial Government in South Africa, mandated to develop and operate the 9 003 hectare Coega Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in terms of the SEZ Act 16 of 2014. ‘Coega’, as it is commonly referred to, was established in 1999, with its headquarters located in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan area in the Eastern Cape Province. It is the home of legends, including the late statesman, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. The CDC’s executive authority is the Eastern Cape Provincial Government, under the Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEDEAT). Coega’s vision is to be the leading catalyst for championing socioeconomic development through providing competitive investment locations, facilitating holistic infrastructure, and value-adding commercial business solutions. Coega’s main product offering comprises: the Coega SEZ including the Nelson Mandela Bay Logistics Park where Volkswagen South Africa is situated and providing Tier 1 services; commercial business solutions – Coega Human Capital Solutions, Coega Corporate Travel, 3-star Vulindlela Accommodation and Conference Centre, 4-star Bluewater Bay Sunrise Hotel, Events Management Services and business consulting solutions; and project management services – infrastructure development and facilities management as implementing agent for government departments such as the Departments of Health, Basic Education, Social Development, and the National Department of Public Works, to mention a few, with a total projects portfolio of R2-billion per annum. The Coega SEZ is specifically designed along the cluster model, linking related industries and their supply chains in close proximity to one another to maximise efficiency and minimise turnaround times. The SEZ is ISO certified in quality, health and safety, environmental, as well as Integrated ICT management systems. It is demarcated into 14 Zones focusing on key sectors: metals/metallurgical, automotive, business process outsourcing (BPO), chemicals, agro-processing and aquaculture, logistics, trade solutions, training and development, energy and maritime. The Coega SEZ is South Africa’s number one, leading prime industrial zone as well as the preferred investment destination in Africa for local and international companies seeking a transhipment hub, gateway to African and world markets. Currently, Coega has 45 operational investors, with an investment value of R11.579-billion private sector investment and R9.53-billion foreign direct investment. In line with its mandate, the CDC achieved 112 974 jobs and trained more than 100 000 people since its inception in 1999 – thus celebrating 21 years this year. The biggest investors at Coega include the R3.5-billion 342MW Dedisa Peaking Power Plant and the R11-billion BAIC – SA’s Vehicle Manufacturing Plant (SKD). CDC is an implementing agent (IA) for government departments, utilising its expertise in infrastructure development and facilities management to provide project management and supply chain management capacity in order to fast-track the implementation of the country’s infrastructure development programme.

Some of the government departments assisting in this area include the: Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal Departments of Education, National Department of Public Works, Eastern Cape Department of Health and National Department of Basic Education, among others.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Paul Jourdan Deputy Chairperson: Mr Ayanda Mjekula Board Members: Mr Shabeer Khan, Ms Bathandwa Mdyesha, Mr Mzuvukile Mququ, Ms Nomonde Patience Mtembu, Mr Mbulelo Sogoni, Mr Khwezi Tiya, Ms Phila Xuza CEO: Mr Khwezi Tiya CFO: Mr Lionel Billings Senior Management: Mr Kelly Byrne (Technical Support for Programmes), Mr Themba Koza (Operations), Mr David Lefutso (Wild Coast SEZ), Mr Monde Mawasha (ICT, Research and Strategy [IRS]), Mr Chuma Mbande (Business Development – External Projects), Mr Bonginkosi Mthembu (Corporate Services), Mr Hennie van der Kolf (Department of Health Programme) Communications Officers: Mr Simlindele Manqina (Communications and Stakeholder Relations Manager), Dr Ayanda Vilakazi (Marketing and Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

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

1 598 456 6 445 496 8 043 952 968 623 1 528 764 2 497 387 5 546 565

1 086 803 6 214 848 7 301 651 692 026 1 122 722 1 814 748 5 486 903

920 249 6 065 855 6 986 104 621 137 1 154 158 1 775 295 5 210 809

740 219 (680 557) (329 427) 59 662

799 226 (677 935) (302 596) 121 291

847 098 (820 140) (306 242) 26 958

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

141 807 (217 355) 1 423 145 -

185 341 (221 756) 850 769 3 512

(133 994) (194 256) 750 191 12 781

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

419

415

n/a

AUDIT OUTCOME

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

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

Posts Filled

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

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EAST LONDON INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE (ELIDZ) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Lower Chester Road, Sunnyridge, East London, 5201 POSTAL: PO Box 5458, Greenfields, East London, 5208 TEL: 043 702 8200 WEB: www.elidz.co.za EMAIL: info@elidz.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the East London Industrial Development Zone (ELIDZ) is to provide investor solutions and to attract and develop strategic industries that strengthen South Africa’s global competitiveness through the development and operation of a thriving, specialised industrial complex. Its strategic goals are to secure targeted investors and investments in strategic industries; deliver on customer value promise; develop and operate the IDZ; build organisational capability to deliver its mandate and satisfy customer needs; create sustainable organisation; and maximise the developmental contribution of the ELIDZ.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Prof Mlungisi Makalima Board Members: Ms Vuyolwethu Gqodi, Mr Eugene Jooste, Mr Ayanda Kanana, Mr Simphiwe Kondlo (CEO), Ms Nalukui Kongwa, Mr Motse Mfuleni, Ms Ntombentsha Mnconywa, Mr Bongisizwe Mpondo, Mr Akho Skenjana CEO: Mr Simphiwe Kondlo CFO: Mr Gift Matengambiri COO: Mr Tembela Zweni Senior Management: Ms Nomsa Makhoba (Executive Manager: Corporate Affairs) Communications Officers: Mr Sibusiso Ralarala (Manager: Corporate Comunications 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

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

644 252

127 605

676 797

2 666 688

2 229 784

2 134 158

3 310 941

3 500 389

2 810 955

606 801

1 202 725

626 627

-

-

-

606 801

1 202 725

626 627

2 704 140

2 297 664

2 184 327 407 611

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

1 096 848

529 844

Exchange Transactions

180 394

162 681

131 527

Non-Exchange Transactions

916 454

367 163

276 084

Total Expenditure

(690 372)

(416 508)

(278 493)

Employee Costs

(90 218)

(83 758)

(75 425)

406 476

113 336

129 117

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

198 701

840 928

718 790

(825 848)

(269 631)

(184 102)

576 011

1 203 159

631 861

-

-

185

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

90

90

89

Posts Filled

86

84

82

EASTERN CAPE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (ECDC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Ocean Terrace Park, Moore Street, Quigney, East London POSTAL: PO Box 11197, Southernwood, East London, 5213 TEL: 043 704 5600 WEB: www.ecdc.co.za EMAIL: info@ecdc.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC) is to promote and coordinate an inclusive economic development in the Eastern Cape through innovative finance and investment solutions and partnerships. The ECDC Act preamble states that the corporation will plan, finance, coordinate, market, promote and implement development of the province and its people in the fields of industry, commerce, agriculture, transport and finance. As defined in the shareholder’s compact entered into by the ECDC Board and the MEC for the Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEDEAT), ECDC’s strategy focuses on it becoming a viable development finance corporation for the promotion of economic growth in the Eastern Cape by stimulating economic activity through focused investment in vital sectors of the Eastern Cape economy; investing in intellectual leadership; optimising all resources to maximise investment returns and attain financial sustainability; building a strong brand; and establishing integrated partnerships with stakeholders to ensure maximum leverage of resources and development outcomes.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Vuyani Jarana Deputy Chairperson: Mr Simphiwe Somdyala

Board Members: Ms Phumeza Bono, Ms Thobile Buthelezi, Ms Tracy Cumming, Ms Boniswa Koneti, Ms Makaziwe Makamba, Ms Nolitha Pietersen, Ms Siyabuka Siko CEO: Mr Ayanda Wakaba CFO: Mr Nielesh Ravgee (Interim CFO) Senior Management: Dr Lesley Govender (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Mandla Mpikashe (Executive Manager: Legal and Governance), Ms Tandeka Rozani (Head: Development Finance and Business Support), Mr Craig Thompson (Head: Properties) Communications Officers: Nobulali Myataza (Senior Manager: Communication, Marketing and 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

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

189 430

251 466

248 272

1 547 069

1 610 871

1 527 362

1 736 499

1 862 337

1 775 634

207 405

185 941

220 099

41 051

63 730

34 707

248 456

249 671

254 806

1 488 043

1 612 666

1 520 828

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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

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

311 665

399 925

478 439

151 227

182 489

310 761

160 438

217 436

167 678

(429 634)

(222 438)

(404 223)

(115 962)

(121 678)

(156 286)

(117 969)

177 487

74 216 (4 394)

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

201

203

n/a

Posts Filled

144

136

n/a

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

25 827

35 727

34 835

EASTERN CAPE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(45 181)

8 000

Investing Activities

(5 632)

(10 229)

19 716

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

144 889

195 728

197 980

2 904

2 455

936

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

EASTERN CAPE GAMBLING BOARD (ECGB) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Quenera Park, Quenera Drive, Beacon Bay, East London, 5201

POSTAL: PO Box 15355, Beacon Bay, East London, 5211 TEL: 043 702 8300 WEB: www.ecgb.org.za EMAIL: communications@ecgb.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Gambling Board (ECGB) is to ensure the Eastern Cape gaming industry conducts itself honestly and competitively, with maximum contribution to society, and to protect public interest through regulation, licensing and appropriate enforcement. The Entity’s strategic goals are to provide excellent services to its stakeholders; institutionalise an international, competitive regulatory system; establish sound institutional oversight arrangements and systems in order to administer socio-economic development commitments that arise from licence conditions; develop a highperformance value-based organisation that recognises ECGB employees as its most important assets; and optimise revenue collection for the socio-economic benefits of underprivileged communities.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Traci Mackie-Huisman Deputy Chairperson: Ms Vuyelwa Qinga Vika Board Members: Adv Jacques Johan Buchner, Ms Vuyiseka Majola, Ms Kosi Yankey, Ms Nomandla Abegail Zuma, Mr Mabutho Zwane (CEO) CEO: Mr Mabutho Zwane CFO: Mr Rodger Hill Senior Management: Mr Bonga Jaxa (Executive Manager: Gambling Regulation and Consumer Protection), Mr Luvuyo Tshoko (Manager: Strategic Management Services) Communications Officers: Ms Pumeza George

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

17 839

15 719

11 704

43 666

51 446

46 539

22 598

33 928

32 744

732

366

428

Total Liabilities

23 330

34 294

33 172

Total Net Assets

20 336

17 152

13 367 69 184

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

73 136

72 382

Exchange Transactions

14 426

16 621

16 112

Non-Exchange Transactions

58 710

55 761

53 072

Total Expenditure

(72 255)

(68 596)

(61 792)

Employee Costs

(46 900)

(41 191)

(37 833)

881

3 786

7 392 7 926

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

357

4 321

(1 416)

(4 080)

(733)

17 111

18 170

17 959

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

58

58

50

Posts Filled

54

51

45

HUMAN RESOURCES

EASTERN CAPE LIQUOR BOARD (ECLB) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Shop 10, Beacon Bay Crossing, Beacon Bay, 5241 POSTAL: PO Box 18060, Quigney, 5211 TEL: 043 700 0900 WEB: www.eclb.co.za EMAIL: info@eclb.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB) is to regulate the retail sales and micromanufacturing of liquor, taking into account community considerations. The Entity’s strategic goals are to ensure that only fully compliant license applications are processed within time frames stipulated by the Act; minimise non-compliance by licensed liquor traders and the occurrence of illegal liquor trading; consistently apply the provisions

of the Act relating to social responsibility to all liquor traders; ensure the ECLB conducts its business in a manner that is consistent with all principles of good governance; and deliver reliable and consistent back office support to the core functions of ECLB. Legislative mandates encourage and support the liquor industry in the management and reduction of the socio-economic and other costs of excessive alcohol consumption by creating an environment in

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

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which the entry of new participants into the liquor industry is facilitated; appropriate steps are taken against those selling liquor outside the regulatory framework; those involved in the liquor industry may attain and maintain adequate standards of service delivery; participation by ward committees and communities in the consideration of applications for registration certificates is provided for; and the particular realities confronting the liquor industry in the province can be addressed.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Nomhle Tys Deputy Chairperson: Mr Mandlenkosi Gobingca Board Members: Ms Bongeka Jojo, Dr Mzukisi Mboto, Ms Ncumisa Nomfundo Nongogo CEO: Dr Nombuyiselo Makala CFO: Ms Andiswa Vikilahle Senior Management: Mrs Linda Tini (Senior Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Pumlani Tyali (Senior Manager: Licensing), Mr Zola Tyikwe (Chief Inspector) Communications Officers: Dr Mgwebi Msiya (Manager: Social Accountability)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

18 203

15 381

16 539

Non-Current Assets

10 339

11 363

6 536

28 542

26 744

23 075

20 590

16 892

17 625

1 082

2 149

-

Total Liabilities

21 672

19 041

17 625

Total Net Assets

6 870

7 703

5 450

63 033

65 381

54 291

1 512

945

1 113

61 521

64 436

53 178

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

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

(63 755)

(63 128)

(53 697)

Employee Costs

(43 315)

(40 714)

(35 692)

(833)

2 253

594

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

7 355

(1 337)

7 971

Investing Activities

(1 128)

(2 429)

(372)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

17 359

12 201

16 070

521

79

-

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

76

76

76

Posts Filled

73

72

72

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

EASTERN CAPE PARKS AND TOURISM AGENCY (ECPTA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 17-25 Oxford Street, East London, 5201 POSTAL: PO Box 11235, Southernwood, East London, 5213 TEL: 043 492 0881 WEB: www.visiteasterncape.co.za EMAIL: info@ecpta.co.za

OVERVIEW The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA) contributes to building the Eastern Cape into a province where responsible tourism and conservation underpin sustainable development. ECPTA’s dual mandate is to develop and manage protected areas and promote and facilitate the development of tourism in the province. ECPTA is therefore the management authority for the provincially declared protected areas and the Destination Marketing Organisation for the province. The agency is committed to facilitating development in both mandated areas. It supports emerging tourism products to become marketable, and emerging game farmers to become commercially viable. The Agency works with partners to offer tourists and visitors unforgettable opportunities to explore the Eastern Cape.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

163 250

92 161

51 574

Non-Current Assets

366 698

365 836

383 609

529 948

457 997

435 183

184 757

106 861

65 429

17 216

21 503

23 918

Total Liabilities

327 975

128 364

89 347

Total Net Assets

327 974

329 633

345 836

294 583

266 561

242 258

31 086

30 307

27 955

263 497

236 254

214 303

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

Non-Exchange Transactions

Chairperson: Ms Tracey Putzier (Acting) Board Members: Dr Andrew Baxter, Mr Lindeni Bevile, Mr Zola Fihlani,

Total Expenditure

(296 242)

(282 764)

(256 800)

Employee Costs

(157 607)

(149 265)

(141 930)

Mr Thembinkosi Lehloesa, Dr Nomakwezi Mzilikazi, Ms Siyabulela Onceya CEO: Mr Vuyani Dayimani CFO: Mr Jonathan Jackson Directors: Ms Lihle Dlamini (Chief Marketing Officer), Ms Xoliswa Mapoma (Legal Advisor and Board Secretary), Ms Eleanor van den BergMcGregor (Executive Director: Biodiversity and Conservation) Communications Officers: Ms Oyanga Ngalika, Ms Maryke Savenije (Strategy and Risk Manager)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(1 659)

(16 203)

(14 542)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

104 729

47 845

23 691

Investing Activities

(27 234)

(8 041)

(15 909)

153 837

79 383

38 067

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

629

629

629

Posts Filled

498

484

484

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

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CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 16 Commissioner Street, East London, 5200 POSTAL: PO Box 18372, Quigney, East London, 5211 TEL: 043 743 6187 WEB: www.ecpacc.co.za EMAIL: info@ecpacc.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Eastern Cape Provincial Arts and Culture Council (ECPACC) is to promote, support, develop, protect and preserve the arts; enhance public appreciation and participation in the arts; and ensure the development of a broad, inclusive and identifiable Eastern Cape culture. The Entity’s strategic objectives are: credible strategic planning documents and reports submitted timeously to the Executive Authority; institutional review of the mandate and functions of the Entity; increase in the number of arts and culture projects of excellence promoted; increase in the number of cultural industries developed; increase in the number of community arts and culture individuals and/or groups granted funding; and increase in the number of partnerships and linkages to promote arts and culture.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Pumzile Zitumane Deputy Chairperson: Ms B Tonise Council Members: Prof S Fikeni, Dr N Khewu, Dr GV Mona, Mr Vuyisile Mshudulu, Mrs Jen Rowland CEO: Ms Phumeza Skoti Senior Management: Ms Xoliswa Ncoko (Arts Development Manager), Mr Amit Raj (Finance Manager) Communications Officers: Ms Thandiswa Sondlela (Receptionist / Enquiries Clerk)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

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

12 597 655 13 252 12 978 12 978 274

1 306 271 1 577 2 526 2 526 (949)

2 141 265 2 406 3 014 3 014 (608)

16 367 599 15 768 (15 384) (6 138) 1 223

13 380 1 080 12 300 (13 880) (6 129) (341)

13 436 1 036 12 400 (13 274) (5 567) 276

11 729 (458) 12 158 -

(334) (114) 886 -

1 270 (62) 1 334 3

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

33 18

33 18

33 19

AUDIT OUTCOME

EASTERN CAPE

EASTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL ARTS AND CULTURE COUNCIL (ECPACC)

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

EASTERN CAPE RURAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (ECRDA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 14 St Helena Road, Infinity Place, Beacon Bay, East London, 5201

POSTAL: Postnet Suite 385, Private Bag X9063, East London, 5200 TEL: 043 703 6300 WEB: www.ecrda.co.za EMAIL: info@ecrda.co.za

OVERVIEW The Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency (ECRDA) is a Schedule 3C entity in terms of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). It was established as a result of two public entities, namely, the Eastern Cape Rural Finance Corporation (ECRFC) and ASGIA – Eastern Cape (Pty) Ltd. ECRDA has a comprehensive integrated rural development strategy for the Eastern Cape. ECRDA’s vision is uqoqosho iwamaphadle oluzinzileyo, oluquka uwonke-wonke (an inclusive and sustainable rural economy) and its mission is ‘connecting abanegalelo to catalyse the prosperity of the rural Eastern Cape’.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Lulama Nare Deputy Chairperson: Mr Vuyani Jarana Board Members: Mr Sindile Sydney Faku, Adv John Korkie, Mr Siyabulela Makunga, Adv Phumzile Mayapi, Ms Nomthandazo Mbete, Mr Mzwandile Msoki, Nondumiso Ngonyama, Ms Zimkhitha Thomas CEO: Mr Nhlanganiso Dladla CFO: Ms Janine Baxter COO: Mr Navy Simukonda Senior Management: Mr Cello Gardner (Executive: Corporate Services), NobaTembu Pako

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

120 632

146 015

142 118

24 638

24 469

61 905

145 270

170 484

204 023

72 393

78 194

63 871

196

782

2 260

Total Liabilities

72 589

78 976

66 131

Total Net Assets

72 681

91 508

137 892

305 766

304 892

286 615

14 582

33 564

41 846

291 183

271 328

244 769

Total Expenditure

(323 611)

(339 830)

(298 299)

Employee Costs

(98 023)

(96 256)

(82 036)

(18 826)

(42 013)

(10 698)

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

2 431

18 695

(14 287)

Investing Activities

(5 702)

(1 433)

(4 015)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

64 609

72 838

56 702

14 248

780

8 592

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

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

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EASTERN CAPE

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

197

188

154

Posts Filled

157

148

150

SUBSIDIARIES Kangela Citrus Farm Ncera Macadamia

EASTERN CAPE SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL (ECSECC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 12 Gloucester Road, Vincent, East London, 5247 POSTAL: Private Bag X9063, Suite 302, Vincent, 5247 TEL: 043 701 3400 WEB: www.ecsecc.org EMAIL: info@ecsecc.org

OVERVIEW The vision of the Eastern Cape Socio-Economic Consultative Council (ECSECC) is a poverty-free Eastern Cape where everyone benefits equitably from the economy and realises their human potential. The Entity’s mission is to be a multistakeholder centre of excellence in applied policy research, development planning and facilitation. The Entity’s strategic goals are to develop and implement effective and efficient management and governance systems and procedures; develop strategies and facilitate initiatives that protect jobs, create decent work and accelerate structural transformation of the provincial economy; build the strategic and technical capacity of the state at provincial and local level to accelerate delivery of quality infrastructure and services; support communities of development practice to engage effectively in policy formulation, implementation and development practice; be the socio-economic information hub for the Eastern Cape province; enhance human capital formation; and manage the HIV/AIDS response in the province.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms N Meth Board Members: Mr S Gqegqe, Mr L Holbrook, Mr L Jack, Mr M Koyo, Mr T Kunene, Mr M Maleki, Ms R Moodley, Mr Luvuyo Mosana (CEO), Mr P Ndendela, Prof M Simatele, Mr M Sogoni, Mr Z Tini, Mr D Xotyeni CEO: Mr Luvuyo Mosana Senior Management: Ms Natasha August (Office Manager), Ms Siv Helen Hesjedal (Chief Operations Officer), Ms Janice Leach (Finance Manager), Ms Zola Mshumpela (Supply Chain Manager), Ms Sibongile Ndubaza (Procurement Officer), Mr Lithemba Ntlokonkulu (ICT Officer), Ms Nothando Shenxane (Human Resources Manager), Ms Nozuko Somniso (Chief Risk Officer), Ms Veliswa Tima (Accounts Officer)

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

8 736

4 810

4 188

Non-Current Assets

3 064

3 478

3 321

11 800

8 288

7 509

9 788

5 667

6 006

153

128

513

Total Liabilities

9 941

5 795

6 519

Total Net Assets

1 859

2 493

990

46 591

46 507

44 191

1 356

4 395

4 188

45 235

42 113

40 003

Total Expenditure

(47 225)

(44 978)

(44 451)

Employee Costs

(35 168)

(33 735)

(32 466)

(634)

1 503

(260)

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

4 470

993

694

124

(1 093)

(312)

7 446

3 193

3 370

17

5

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

45

45

46

Posts Filled

40

40

40

MAYIBUYE TRANSPORT CORPORATION (MTC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Shop 15, Beacon Bay Crossing, Cnr N2 & Bonza Bay Roads, Beacon Bay, East London

POSTAL: PO Box 19596, Tecoma, East London, 5214 TEL: 081 253 2350 / 081 289 5008 WEB: www.mtcec.co.za EMAIL: info@mtcec.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Mayibuye Transport Corporation (MTC) is to be the public transporter of choice. It is the mission of the MTC to provide a safe, reliable, affordable public bus transport service that is responsive to its environment. The MTC’s strategic goals are to: ensure accessible, reliable, safe and affordable public bus transportservices that satisfy the needs of their customers; be a catalyst to the Eastern Cape Developmental Priorities through the provision of a viable public bus transport service; and develop the MTC into a fit-for-purpose public transport provider.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Adv Andile Mini Deputy Chairperson: Rev Luxolo Mantini

Board Members: Dr Noncedo Khewu, Maj Gen (Retd) Tsoku Mooipati Khumalo, Mr Mbasa Metuse, Mrs Zandile Pakati (Union Representative), Ms Nolitha Pietersen, Mr Gcinumzi Benett Qotywa, Mr Lomex Sisilana (Transport Representative), Mr Radhesh Surajbali (Treasury Representative) CEO: Ms Nompelo Pashee Roboji CFO: Mr Spelele Galada COO: Mrs Phumza Somyo (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Wezile Mehlomkhulu (Senior Manager: HR), Mrs Angel Mhlambi-Nqikashe (Senior Manager: Finance), Mr Lwando Nkunjana (Senior Manager: SCM), Adv Unarine Tshikovhi (Company Secretary) Communications Officers: Mr Ashwin Pillay (Customer and Marketing Officer), Ms Bongiwe Solwandle (PR and Communications Officer)

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

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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

19 401

7 716

4 833

137 755

145 839

165 731

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

40 349

14 500

14 012

(10 444)

225

(7 239)

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

15 172

2 660

379

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2 013

6 460

6 346

157 156

153 555

170 564

48 998

28 121

31 293

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

6 187

22 011

31 597

Posts Approved

350

350

300

Total Liabilities

55 185

103 424

62 889

Posts Filled

260

287

263

Total Net Assets

101 971

103 424

107 675

175 954

158 829

144 087

29 101

28 720

32 768

146 853

130 109

111 318

Total Expenditure

(177 132)

(4 148)

(164 204)

Employee Costs

(77 833)

(72 104)

(75 409)

(1 453)

(4 251)

(20 350)

Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

EASTERN CAPE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

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

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FREE STATE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE

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The Free State Provincial Legislature consists of 30 members, elected by proportional representation. Since the 24 elections on 7 May 2014, the ANC has held a majority of seats in the Legislature.

The parties holding seats are: AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

2 19

DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE

61

ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS

4

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY

FREEDOM FRONT PLUS

1

LAND AREA 129 825km2 LAND PERCENTAGE 10.6%

PREMIER The head of the Provincial Executive is the Premier, who is elected by the Provincial Legislature from among its members. The current Premier of the Free State is Mrs Sefora Hixsonia Ntombela.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENTS The Premier appoints an Executive Council consisting of members of the Provincial Legislature. The Members of the Executive Council (MECs) are responsible for the various departments of the provincial administration. The current departments and MECs are: DEPARTMENT

MEC

Agriculture and Rural Development

Mr Kwekwe William Bulwane

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Mr Skully Thembeni Nxangisa

Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs

Mr Makalo Petrus Mohale

Education

Mr Pule Herbert Isak Makgoe

Health

Ms Montseng Margaret Ts’Iu

Human Settlements

Ms Motshidise Agnes Koloi

Police, Roads and Transport

Mr Sam Mashinini

Provincial Treasury

Ms Gadija Brown

Public Works and Infrastructure

Ms Motshidise Agnes Koloi

Social Development

Ms Mamiki Qabathe

Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

Ms Limakatso Mahase

PEOPLE

2 834 714

1 058 846

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

94,9

37,4

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

24.7%

5.5%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

35.6%

43.4%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

PUBLIC ENTITIES The Provincial Government has, through its legislative capacity, the power to establish state-owned public entities. The role of these public entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a rule each public entity reports to a responsible official in the Provincial Executive (usually an MEC or the Premier). Current public entities include:

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,3

HOUSEHOLDS 946 639 83.6%

1.6%

14.0%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

Free State Development Corporation (FDC) Free State Gambling, Liquor and Tourism Authority

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

93.3%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

74.3%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

94.0%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 1, 2021, published by Stats SA.

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PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE

PHYSICAL: 41 Charlotte Maxeke Street, Bloemfontein, 9300 POSTAL: Private Bag X20561, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 407 1100 WEB: www.fsl.gov.za EMAIL: legislature@fsl.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Free State Provincial Legislature is to be a modern institution of democracy that promotes good governance and a culture of human rights through public participation, lawmaking and oversight that is vigilant, dynamic, proactive and responsive. The Legislature’s strategic goals are: transformative lawmaking that contributes to the attainment of rights enshrined in the Constitution; enhancement of the quality of oversight and accountability of the performance of provincial organs of state and the mechanisms for their accountability; building an activist legislature by proactively maximising public education and participation, the timeous handling of petitions, and transparency in its processes; building an effective administration; improved support to political representatives by increasing the capacity of Members of the Legislature, as well as allocating resources to political parties through constituent, research and political party grants in an effort to promote practices of democracy; and the pursuit of fundamental social transformation and nation-building, gaining momentum with initiatives by the Speaker to establish women and children programmes.

Ms Malitaba Sarah Moleleki Mr Malefane Johannes Msimanga Ms Lirampele Jemina Nanyane Ms Sefora Hixsonia Ntombela (Premier) Mr Skully Thembeni Nxangisa Ms Mariette Pittaway Ms Motlagomang Grazy Qabathe Mr Jabulane Michael Radebe Ms Ntombizanele Beauty Sifuba (Speaker) Mr D Smit Mr Heinrich Charl Smith Ms Montseng Margaret Ts’Iu Mr Vusimusi William Tshabalala (Chief Whip)

Secretary: Mr Thabo Mofokeng Deputy Secretary: Adv Joseph Machaka CFO: Mr Q Hugo Senior Management: Mr M Marumo (Director: Supply Chain Management), Mr L Mogotsi (Director: Legislation and Oversight), Ms P Mazitshana (Director: Support Services), Mr Jongi Ndakana (Director: Public Participation and Education), Ms C Sefo (Legal Services), Mr M Seruoe (Director: Strategy), Ms D Tshabalala (Director: Human Resources) Communications Officers: Mr L Mokone (Chief Spokesperson)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME SPEAKER MS NB SIFUBA

FINANCIAL POSITION

DEPUTY SPEAKER MS LN MAPENA

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

OFFICE BEARERS 2019 General Election seat allocation: ANC 19, DA 6, EFF 4, VF PLUS 1 Speaker: Ms Ntombizanele Beauty Sifuba (ANC) Deputy Speaker: Ms Lucy Nombulelo Mapena (ANC)

Members: Ms Gadija Brown Mr Kwekwe William Bulwane Mr Mojalefa Patrick Buti (Chairperson of Chairpersons) Mr Roy Jankielsohn Mr David Edward Janse van Vuuren Ms Karabo Lerato Khakhau Ms Leona Mary Kleynhans Ms Motshidise Agnes Koloi Mr Lehlohonolo James Letuka Ms Limakatso Patricia Mahasa Mr Ishmael Mahlomola Majake Mr Pule Herbert Isak Makgoe Ms Mandisa Makhesini Ms Lucy Nombulelo Mapena (Deputy Speaker) Mr Malambule Samuel Mashinini Mr Thabo Piet Meeko Mr Makalo Petrus Mohale

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

ANC EFF EFF ANC ANC DA ANC ANC ANC VF PLUS ANC ANC ANC

FREE STATE

CONTACT DETAILS

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

38 260

19 631

17 852

15 022

13 903

15 147

53 282

33 533

32 999 20 466

Current Liabilities

22 450

29 710

Non-Current Liabilities

17 004

21 200

15 521

Total Liabilities

39 453

49 110

35 988

Total Net Assets

13 829

(15 577)

(2 989)

292 448

254 925

236 591

14 050

1 993

3 028

278 399

252 932

233 563

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

(266 751)

(277 156)

(238 438)

Employee Costs

(114 583)

(108 333)

(94 709)

29 406

(20 692)

(3 318)

Operating Activities

20 608

3 082

4 683

Investing Activities

(3 729)

(971)

(2 410)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

35 745

19 234

17 476

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

14 299

18 872

885

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

194

194

194

Posts Filled

138

141

139

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: OR Tambo House, Cnr Markgraaf & St Andrew’s Streets, Bloemfontein

POSTAL: PO Box 517, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 405 5496 / 051 403 3430 WEB: www.freestateonline.fs.gov.za EMAIL: premier@fspremier.gov.za

the premier Department of The Premier

FREE STATE PROVINCE

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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 Free State Office of the Premier is to provide strategic direction and to coordinate integrated service delivery within government in the Free State. The Office provides support to the Premier and the Executive Council, and coordinates and gives strategic direction to Free State Provincial Government departments and municipalities. The functions of the Office are captured in the following three strategic goals: the Premier and the Executive Council are effectively supported in achieving government’s goals and priorities; departments in the Free State Provincial Government are strategically guided and coordinated with regard to transverse corporate support functions; and activities of departments and municipalities in the Free State are integrated and aligned towards the achievement of the goals and priorities of government.

OFFICE BEARERS Premier: Mrs Sefora Hixsonia Ntombela Director General: Mr Kopung Ralikontsane Chief of Staff: Ms Janet Kay (Office of the Premier) Deputy Directors General: Ms Hellen Kekana (Provincial Monitoring and Evaluation), Dr Mafole Mokalobe (Acting DDG: Governance, Policy and Planning), Mr Bertus Venter (Corporate Administration and Coordination) Senior Management: Mr Sugar Diseko (Director: Security Management, Advisory and Coordination), Mr Sello Martins (CFO), Mrs Onkhopotse Mathibela (Director: Internal Audit), Mr Morwantshana Mothiba (Risk Manager) Secretary: Ms Tina Liau (Personal Assistant: Premier), Mr Moses Ngakatau (Administrative Secretary: Premier), Ms Hadio Ntshingane (Personal Assistant: Director General) Communications Officers: Mr Setjhaba Maphalla (Director: Corporate Communications), Mr Thabang Mokoka (Chief Information Officer)

PREMIER MRS SH NTOMBELA

DIRECTOR GENERAL MR K RALIKONTSANE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

R’000

R’000

R’000

713 533

717 789

692 578

776 984

856 244

681 945

Employee Compensation

304 574

292 231

263 282

Goods and Services

157 036

184 610

118 512

2 561

3 880

3 045

118 152

283 929

28 846

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

736

743

697

Posts Filled

668

668

643

DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS

agriculture & rural development

PHYSICAL: Gielie Joubert Street, Glen, Bloemfontein, 9360 POSTAL: Private Bag X01, Glen, Bloemfontein, 9360 TEL: 051 861 8509 WEB: www.ard.fs.gov.za

Department of Agriculture and Rural Development

FREE STATE PROVINCE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Free State Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is, by partnering with relevant stakeholders, to leverage available resources and technologies to optimise productivity and accelerate economic growth in the agriculture sector. Its vision is ‘prosperous agriculture, farming our future’. The strategic goals of the Department are: increased profitable production of food and fibre products; effective regulatory services and risk management; transformed and demand-based education, training and development; sustained management of natural resources; improved, effective and efficient governance and stakeholder relations; and coordinated creation of vibrant, equitable and sustainable rural communities.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Skully Thembeni Nxangisa (ANC) Head of Department: Dr TJ Masiteng CFO: Ms NL Mngomezulu Directors: Ms Moliehi Moeng (Strategic Communications and Information Services), Senate Molapo (Assistant Director: Strategic Communications and Information Services) Senior Management: Mrs Christa Klinck (Office Manager: HOD), Mr M Kobue (Senior Manager: Office of the MEC), Ms Degrecia Ranoto (Office Manager: Office of the HOD) Communications Officers: Nandipha Duma (PA to the MEC), Zimasa Mbewu, Ms Moliehi Moeng (Director: Communications)

MEC MR ST NXANGISA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Disclaimer

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

R’000

R’000

R’000

831 333

816 293

770 329

792 933

736 308

699 043

432 683

412 806

380 706

Goods and Services

133 637

127 879

155 914

Capital Assets

40 976

29 781

131 830

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

3 733

12 083

1 152

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

969

1 047

1 119

Posts Filled

958

1 007

1 097

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

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DEPARTMENT: COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS

FREE STATE

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 7th Floor, OR Tambo House, Cnr St Andrew’s & Markgraaf

cooperative governance and traditional affairs

Streets, Bloemfontein, 9301

POSTAL: PO Box 211, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 405 5719 WEB: www.cogta.fs.gov.za EMAIL: hod@fscogta.gov.za

Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

FREE STATE PROVINCE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Free State Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs is to strengthen cooperative governance and support municipalities and traditional leadership through integrated planning and development, partnerships, research, and monitoring and evaluation. The Department’s strategic goals are to create a department geared towards service excellence by ensuring that leadership and support are provided to the Department in accordance with all applicable acts and policies, thereby enhancing the effective and efficient functioning of the Department; strengthen cooperative governance in order to facilitate the creation of accountable and sustainable local governance through effective collaboration with all stakeholders; integrate development and planning, with the aim of promoting and facilitating integrated development and planning at local government level; and uphold viable and sustainable traditional institutions and the functioning of the Free State House of Traditional Leaders.

HOD MR MV DUMA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

474 285

467 404

404 743

MEC: Mr Mxolisi Dukwana (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Mokete Victor Duma CFO: Ms Mosa Sebongile Tlali Deputy Directors General: Ms Anna Buthelezi (Traditional Affairs),

Actual Expenditure

438 416

445 829

391 246

248 191

233 500

213 849

103 770

127 322

109 643

5 015

2 470

9 274

Mr Sipho Thomas (Local Government) Chief Directors: Mr Lehlohonolo Khiba (Municipal Intergovernmental Support and Capacitation), Mr Letshela Mokoena (Corporate Services), Adv Molemane Thebe (Municipal Planning and Development) Senior Management: Mr Tebogo Manele (Office Manager: Office of the MEC), Ms Lisebo Sefako (Chief Internal Audit) Communications Officers: Mr Rolihlahla Alexander (Parliamentary Officer), Tembeni Lobe (Senior Manager: Communication and Marketing)

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

5 390

39 439

10 751

2017/18

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

655

651

388

Posts Filled

341

509

344

DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC, SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 113 St Andrews Street, Bloemfontein, 9301 POSTAL: Private Bag X20801, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 404 9600 WEB: www.destea.gov.za EMAIL: info@destea.gov.za

destea

department of economic, small business development, tourism and environmental affairs

FREE STATE PROVINCE

OVERVIEW The vision of the Free State Department of Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (DESTEA) is to be a transformed economy and a prosperous society that is living in harmony with its natural resources. DESTEA’s mission as a leading developmental institution is to drive environmentally sustainable economic growth and transformation for the benefit of the Free State province and its citizens through: the creation of a conducive environment for trade and investment, including the establishment of a progressive policy framework to promote wealth creation and equitable wealth distribution for economic transformation; preservation and sustainable use of natural resources; and being a capable, ethical and responsive organisation. The department’s constitutional mandates require it to oversee and administer the following: trade; tourism; casinos, racing, gambling and wagering, excluding lotteries and sports pools; consumer protection; environment; industrial promotion; nature conservation; pollution control; provincial public enterprises; soil conservation; and liquor licenses and control of undertakings that sell liquor to the public. Furthermore, the department’s constitutional mandate emphasises

MEC MR MP MOHALE

HOD DR M NOKWEQU

that everyone has the right 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, through: reasonable legislative and other measures that prevent pollution and ecological degradation; promotion of conservation; and securing ecologically sustainable development and use of natural resources while promoting justifiable economic and social development.

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

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OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Makalo Petrus Mohale (ANC) Head of Department: Dr M Nokwequ Chief of Staff: Ms B Nkwadipo (Chief of Staff: MEC) CFO: Mr L Kalane Deputy Directors General: Ms N Nkoe (Acting: Environment Affairs) Chief Directors: Dr TM Mokoena (Priority Interventions Unit), Ms PL Ngqeza (Acting: Small Business Development) Directors: Dr Sandile Fuku (Acting: Environmental Management), Mr DJ Hagen (Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Dave Hayter (Acting), Mr GT Lekutle (Economic Planning), Ms Cynthia Mahlaba (Risk Management), Ms M Mahlatsi (Tourism), Mr T Makhele (Acting Chief: Integrated Economic Development), Ms Mphoko Matsie (Regulatory System and Stakeholder Management), Ms M Mokalobe (Protected Areas), Ms M Mokone (Internal Audit), Mr J Mosia (Research), Mr MJ Motsetse (Management Accounting), Ms PL Ngqeza (Development Support and Funding), Ms KM Ntsala (Environmental Empowerment Services), Ms Akhona Phitsane (Acting: Sector Management), Mr TT Radikeledi (Consumer), Ms PA Rantekane (Finance), Mr M Sehularo (Enterprise Development SBD), Mr T Selemela (OHRD), Ms Moipone Tlale (Human Resource Management), Mr P Tlhabanelo (Supply Chain Management) Senior Management: Ms Boitumelo Nkwadipo (Office Manager: MEC), Adv R Pitso (Office Manager: HOD) Communications Officers: Mr Kgotso Tau (Head: Communication and ICT)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

R’000

R’000

R’000

645 582

580 734

505 148

619 710

558 404

488 977

277 969

269 794

235 250

116 794

126 273

115 288

10 212

12 470

9 441

970

12 152

24 924

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

819

803

1 674

Posts Filled

669

691

692

FREE STATE

BOOKMARKS

PUBLIC ENTITIES Free State Development Corporation (FDC) Free State Gambling, Liquor and Tourism Authority

DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION CONTACT DETAILS

education

PHYSICAL: Fidel Castro Building, Room 1601, 16th Floor, 55 Elizabeth Street, Bloemfontein, 9300 POSTAL: Private Bag X20565, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 404 8314 / 8430 / 8432 WEB: www.education.fs.gov.za

Department of Education

FREE STATE PROVINCE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Free State Department of Education is to provide an education system that is free, compulsory, universal and equal for all children of the Free State Province. The Department’s strategic objectives are: promotion of sound corporate governance through sustainable use of resources to provide overall management to the Department, support and related services to educational institutions, and subsidy to independent schools in line with norms and standards; provision of effective and accessible quality basic education to provide effective teaching and learning to all children/learners from Grade 1 to Grade 12, access to quality education for learners with special needs, and expansion and universalisation of Grade R; and provision of relevant and accessible Further Education and Training (FET) programmes to develop skills for economic growth and development, and quality education for adults and out-of-school youth.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Tate Pule Herbert Isak Makgoe (ANC) Head of Department: Adv Tsoarelo Malakoane (Superintendent

MEC MR TPHI MAKGOE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

HOD ADV T MALAKOANE

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

14 897 605

13 622 963

12 959 696

Actual Expenditure

14 842 893

13 719 286

12 990 596

11 712 863

10 973 949

10 299 394

General)

Employee Compensation

CFO: Dr JEM Sekolanyane Deputy Directors General: Mr MB Monnane (District and Curriculum

Goods and Services

722 473

558 819

615 822

Capital Assets

763 329

535 696

653 977

333 418

791 634

474 800

Management), Mr MM Sithole (Corporate Services)

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Directors: Mr L Mokoena (Internal Audit) Senior Management: Mr MNG Mahlatsi (Accounting Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Jabu Kumalo (Media Liaison Officer),

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

30 276

30 801

30 334

Posts Filled

27 943

27 521

27 286

Mr Howard Ndaba (Director: Communication)

HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT: HEALTH CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr Harvey & Charlotte Maxeke Streets, Bloemfontein, 9300 POSTAL: PO Box 277, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 408 1108 WEB: www.health.fs.gov.za EMAIL: hodpa@fshealth.gov.za

health Department of Health

FREE STATE PROVINCE

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

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OVERVIEW

Deputy Directors General: Mr MW Fikizolo (Executive Manager:

The vision of the Free State Department of Health is to increase life expectancy through health system effectiveness, drive system change, and ensure sustainable quality services. The Department’s mission is to create a value-driven institution that inculcates operational efficiency and accountability in delivering desired outcomes effectively. The key determinants of relationships within the Department are accountability, responsiveness, Batho Pele principles, commitments and integrity. Its key enablers are: a team approach based on strong intercluster collaboration; intersectoral collaboration; an outcomesand/or evidence-based approach; and timely corrective actions.

Resource Management and Support Services Branch), Mr SC Polelo (National Health Insurance) Chief Directors: Mr AN Baartman (Infrastructure), Mr DL Kamolane (Human Resource), Mr KJ Khotle (Budget Specialist), Dr MC Motsoari (HOD Support), Ms NE Phitsane (SCM), Mr GM Radile (Budget Specialist) Directors: Ms NI Plank (Office Support: Executive Management Directorate) Senior Management: Ms L Katzen (Health Support), Mr KJ Khotle (Finance), Dr GM London (DHS) Communications Officers: Ms Elke de Witt (Deputy Director: Internal Communication), Mr Mondli Mvambi (Head: Communications), Ms Lindi Nkopane (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Ms Pogisho Sehularo (Deputy Director: External Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT MEC MS MM TS’IU

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Montseng Margaret Ts’Iu (ANC) Head of Department: Mr MNG Mahlatsi CFO: Mr MB Motsie COO: Dr BE Mzangwa

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

11 252 399

10 381 697

9 738 931

Actual Expenditure

9 801 950

11 124 857

10 238 606

Employee Compensation

7 412 593

6 678 866

6 262 519

Goods and Services

2 812 912

2 586 120

2 647 858

Capital Assets

693 999

686 059

654 221

458 631

392 421

941 825

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

26 064

22 902

21 629

Posts Filled

20 943

17 781

17 371

DEPARTMENT: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 7th Floor, OR Tambo House, Cnr Markgraaff & St Andrews Streets, Bloemfontein, 9300

POSTAL: Private Bag 247, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 403 3379 / 3392 WEB: www.humansettlements.fs.gov.za EMAIL: hodhs@fshs.gov.za

human settlements Department of Human Settlements

FREE STATE PROVINCE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Free State Department of Human Settlements is to develop cohesive, sustainable and integrated human settlements in the Free State. The Department is committed to meeting the following specific objectives: accelerating the delivery of housing as a key strategy for poverty alleviation; utilising provision of housing as a major job creation strategy; ensuring that property can be accessed by all as an asset for wealth creation and empowerment; leveraging growth in the economy; combating crime, promoting social cohesion and improving quality of life for the poor; supporting the functioning of the entire single residential property market to reduce duality within the sector; breaking the barriers between the first economy residential property boom and the second economy slump; and utilising housing as an instrument for the development of sustainable human settlements, in support of spatial restructuring.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Motshidise Agnes Koloi (MEC: Public Works, Infrastructure and Human Settlements) (ANC) Head of Department: Adv Tshepo Tsuaeli (Acting) CFO: Ms Evodia Malebo (Acting CFO; and Director: Financial and Budget Management) Deputy Directors General: Mr Cyril Monyela Chief Directors: Mr Thabiso Makepe (Project Management Unit), Vusumuzi Rajuili (Housing Programme Implementation), Mr Anthony Reachable (Acting: Corporate Services), Ms Carol Tlali (Human Settlements and Development Planning) Directors: Sello Hlasa (Office Manager: Office of the MEC), Machela Hleli (Informal Settlements), Mr Ben Leeuw (Office Manager: Office

MEC MS MA KOLOI

of the HOD), Ms Poppy Madibane (Affordable Housing Programmes), Mr Tebogo Malebane (Technical Services), Mr Joe Mosikili (Delivery Planning and Performance Monitoring), Ponkey Ramakatsa (Departmental Planning and Performance Management), Mr Anthony Reachable (Director: Human Resources Management and Organisational Development), Ms Margaret Rigard (Programme Design and Allocation Management), Ms Suzan Seeku (Priority and Intervention Programmes), Adv Nomfundo Sidzamba (Director: Legal Services and Contract Management), Ms Caren Somiah (Housing Capacity, Building and Partnerships), Olebogeng Themba (Internal Audit), Letsipa Tshabalala (Director: Security Management and Anti Corruption), Mr James Zoko (Acting Director: Supply Chain Management) Senior Management: Ms Aretha Langa (Assistant Director (Level 9) (Admin Manager: Office of the DDG)) Communications Officers: Ms Bontle Lebata (Deputy Director: Corporate Communication)

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

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2019/20

AUDIT OUTCOME

Audit not Finalised

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

n/a

1 356 403

1 437 190

Actual Expenditure

n/a

1 356 403

1 421 143

Employee Compensation

n/a

180 903

160 281

Goods and Services

n/a

94 434

78 001

Capital Assets

n/a

3 274

4 339

n/a

n/a

652 981

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2018/19

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

n/a

n/a

429

Posts Filled

n/a

n/a

347

FREE STATE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEPARTMENT: POLICE, ROADS AND TRANSPORT CONTACT DETAILS

police, roads and transport

PHYSICAL: Perm Building, 45 Charlotte Maxeke Street, Bloemfontein, 9301

POSTAL: PO Box 119, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 409 8849 WEB: www.policeroadstransport.fs.gov.za EMAIL: mec@freetrans.gov.za

Department of Police, Roads and Transport

FREE STATE PROVINCE

OVERVIEW The vision of the Free State Department of Police, Roads and Transport is to contribute towards the creation of a prosperous Free State through the facilitation of the provision of sustainable community safety, mobility and road infrastructure. This is achieved by monitoring, overseeing and assessing police service delivery; promoting integrated crime prevention initiatives; and ensuring road safety and an integrated transport system and networks. The following are some of the key strategic objectives of the Department: monitor and evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of service delivery by the South African Police Service (SAPS); develop and execute social crime prevention programmes at provincial and local level; build an efficient public transport infrastructure network; implement the contractor development strategy; focus on the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) grading; develop a public transport centre; ensure a culture of proper road traffic law compliance by road users; and enhance improved service delivery capacity by employing contractors utilising local labour.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Kwekwe William Bulwane (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Sipho Mtakati CFO: Ms Mosa Tlali Deputy Directors General: Mr Robinson Thekiso (Transport Infrastructure)

Chief Directors: Mr M Masilo (Civilian Oversight and Crime Prevention), Mr George Ramotsoto (Transport Regulations), Mr Norman Selai (Corporate Services), Mr Freddy Tokwe (Transport Infrastructure), Mr Teboho Ubane (Transport Operations) Directors: Mr John Bofelo (Fleet Management), Mr Thamsanqa Dyantyi (Civilian Oversight), Mr Chris Eleftheriou (Financial Management), Mr Raymond Erasmus (Security Management), Mr Sello Matena (Social Facilitation and CDP), Ms Joy Matjoa (Transport Planning, Freight Logistics, Rain and Aviation Oversight), Ms Tseleng Mkhuma (Budget Management), Mr Mojaki Mojaki (Road Safety), Mr Refoue Molisane (Supply Chain Management), Ms Tanki Moloabi (Information and Communication Technology), Mr M Monyane (Acting: Legal Services), Adv Makhabane Mopeli (Employee Relations), Ms Olerato Mosole (Acting: OHRD), Mr Pule Motsoetla (Director: Operations, Road, Building, Equipment and Fleet Management), Mr Alberto Myburgh

MEC MR KW BULWANE

(Chief Risk Officer and Acting Director: Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Ntombile Nhlapo (Asset Management), Mr Shadrack Sekobile (Human Resource Management), Mr Steve Tsoai (Acting Director: Crime Prevention), Mr Werner van Wyk (Road Asset Management Systems [RAMS]), Mr Mangaliso Xaba (Operating Licensing and Permit Board) Senior Management: Mr Lucas Mahoa (Office Manager: Office of the MEC), Mr Lucas Mahoa (Head: Office of the MEC), Mr Thami Nogabe (Head: Office of the HOD), Ms Lindiwe Prins-Bademan (Chief Audit Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Peter Maloka (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Hillary Mophethe (Director: Corporate Communication)

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

3 642 801

3 493 695

3 405 401

Actual Expenditure

3 039 418

2 921 319

2 750 691

925 059

888 477

773 346

1 438 237

1 224 409

1 105 955

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

377 061

519 829

553 485

1 131 441

1 011 294

1 874 371

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 507

2 571

2 916

2 271

2 410

2 491

DEPARTMENT: PROVINCIAL TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 55 Miriam Makeba Street, Fidel Castro Building, Bloemfontein

POSTAL: Private Bag X20537, Bloemfontein, 9301 TEL: 051 405 4229 WEB: www.treasury.fs.gov.za EMAIL: communications@treasury.fs.gov.za

treasury Department of Treasury

FREE STATE PROVINCE

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

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OVERVIEW The vision of the Free State Department of Treasury is to be your partner in financial management and service excellence in the public sector, for a better life for all in the Free State. The Department’s mission is to instil prudent financial management and good governance. The actions of every Provincial Treasury employee will be guided by the following values and principles: Collaborative – be considerate in working with stakeholders to realise shared goals, and be devoted, dedicated and involved; Integrity – conduct themselves with uncompromising standards and principles as individuals, as teams and as a department; Accountability – honour their commitments, take responsibility and act in a transparent manner; Assertive – be honest, firm and decisive in their interaction with stakeholders; and Proactive – stay ahead by anticipating rather than reacting, and be innovative and diligently seek new ways to address challenges.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Gadija Brown (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Godfrey Mahlatsi CFO: Mr Monaheng Mokoena Deputy Directors General: Ms MA Sesing (Financial Governance Branch)

Chief Directors: Mr Pakiso Lebone (Programme 2: Sustainable Resource Management), Mr Tshepo Mabilo (Programme 3: Asset and Liability Management), Mr Tekoetsile Moremi (Programme 5: Municipal Finance Management), Ms Mpho Sithole (Programme 1: Corporate Services) Senior Management: Ms RB Holeni (Office Manager: HOD Support Staff), Ms TEM Moloabi (Deputy Director: Departmental IT), Ms MM Segalo (Director: Internal Audit), Ms AP Theletsane (Assistant Director: Risk Management) Communications Officers: Mr Tshidiso Mokokoane (Acting Head: Communications)

MEC MS G BROWN

HOD MR G MAHLATSI

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

356 163

345 977

327 890

340 930

325 286

306 073

224 452

210 504

192 611

77 904

76 293

74 057

3 412

3 378

10 778

13 292

13 100

13 576

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

428

428

440

Posts Filled

376

381

348

DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE CONTACT DETAILS

public works & infrastructure

PHYSICAL: Office 310, OR Tambo House, Cnr Markgraaf & St Andrew’s Streets, Bloemfontein, 9301

POSTAL: PO Box 960, Bloemfontein, 9301 TEL: 051 492 3909 WEB: www.publicworks.fs.gov.za EMAIL: hodoffice@fsworks.gov.za

Department of Public Works & Infrastructure

FREE STATE PROVINCE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Free State Department of Public Works and Infrastructure is the coordination, provision and promotion of infrastructure, and the sound management of assets. The Department’s core functions are the design, construction and maintenance of social and economic infrastructure; management of provincial government owned property; facilitation of rented property; provision of provincial government office accommodation; coordination, implementation and monitoring of the Expanded Public Works Programme; and security for interdepartmental buildings. The Department’s key functional areas include the construction, maintenance and upgrading of a sustainable social and economic infrastructure; development and sustaining of small and emerging contractors; empowerment of the targeted groups; demand for integrated accommodation for all provincial government departments; attainment of government’s broad socio-economic objectives (property incubator programme); need for norms and standards for spatial allocation/utilisation of office space; need for increased revenue generation; and administration of rental payments.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Motshidise Agnes Koloi (MEC: Public Works and Infrastructure and Human Settlements) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr ME Mohlahlo CFO: Ms A Adams Chief Directors: Mr Siza Mtolo (Research, Monitoring and Evaluation and Strategic Planning), Mr Moratehi Ndlebe (Works Design, Construction and Maintenance), Ms Masego Tshabalala (Expanded Public Works Programme [EPWP]), Ms GB Zake (Information Communication Technology)

MEC MS MA KOLOI

HOD MR ME MOHLAHLO

Directors: Mr Thabo Baleni (Media and Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Ms Irene de Beer (Strategic Planning and Service Delivery Improvement), Mr T Dhlamini (Acting Director: Security Services), Mr Stan Diakos (Human Resource Management), Mr M Dlamanzi (EPWP Projects Implementation), Mr Sello Hlasa (Office of the MEC), Ms Nicoline Jordaan (Finance), Ms Lebohang Khumalo (Asset Management [SCM]), Mr TG Khumalo (Works Design, Construction and Maintenance), Ms Seabe Magashule (Operational Property Management and Housekeeping), Mr PG Masiteng (EPWP), Mr SP Menye (Research), Mr TT Mmile (Office of the HOD), Ms Refilwe Mocwaledi (Internal Audit), Mr MB Mofokeng (Security Services), Mr Kgathatso Moletse (Legal Services), Ms Joyce Motsie (Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Agnes Ntilane (Strategic Immovable Asset Management – Property Portfolio), Ms Phumla Phuti (EPWP Innovations and Empowerment), Mr Khaya Radebe (Supply Chain Management), Ms Z Sibanyoni (Acting Director: EPWP), Mr Freddy Tokwe (Head: Project Management Unit and Head: PMU) Communications Officers: Mr Mlungisi Maqubela (Head: Communication and Media Liaison)

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

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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

1 802 839

1 701 257

1 532 534

Actual Expenditure

1 799 468

1 700 991

1 532 217

Employee Compensation

425 598

412 954

384 674

Goods and Services

855 283

774 114

574 834

85 226

131 447

188 775

28 353

53 870

2 868

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

1 583

1 558

1 604

Posts Filled

1 353

1 415

1 490

FREE STATE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS

social development

PHYSICAL: Civilia Building (Old Standard Bank Building), 14 Elizabeth Street, Bloemfontein

Department of Social Development

POSTAL: Private Bag X20616, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 066 487 6238 WEB: www.socdev.fs.gov.za EMAIL: hodpa@fssocdev.gov.za

FREE STATE PROVINCE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Free State Department of Social Development is to transform our society by building conscious and capable citizens through the provision of integrated social development services. The Department’s objectives are: human dignity, which is a fundamental human right that must be protected in terms of the Constitution of South Africa, and facilitates freedoms, justice and peace; respect, which is showing regard for one another and the people we serve, and is a fundamental value for the realisation of development goals; integrity, which is about ensuring that we are consistent with our values, principles, actions, and measures and, thus, generates trustworthiness among ourselves and with our stakeholders; fairness, which expresses our commitment to providing services to all South Africans without prejudice based on race, gender, religion or creed; and equality, which we seek to ensure equal access to services, participation of citizens in the decisions that affect their lives, and the pursuit of equity imperatives where imbalances exist.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Mamiki Motlagomang Grazy Qabathe (ANC) Head of Department: Adv Tumelo J Phahlo (Acting HOD) Chief of Staff: Ms Ndumi Mayekiso CFO: Ms Jabulile Maphisa Chief Directors: Ms Winkie Direko (Community Development and Partnerships), Ms B Kgasane (Districts and Institutions), Ms Makgotso Mosetlhe-Motsemme (Social Welfare Services) Senior Management: Ms Lindiwe Mnguni (Office Manager: HOD), Ms N Ntombela (Acting Executive Manager: Corporate Services) Communications Officers: Ms Lerato Khateane, Ms Lindiwe Mnguni (Head of Communicatoins), Ms Lerato Tlhapuletsa

MEC MS MMG QABATHE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20 Qualified

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

n/a

1 316 131

1 197 009

Actual Expenditure

n/a

1 247 027

1 141 665

Employee Compensation

n/a

658 941

605 426

Goods and Services

n/a

112 689

95 087

Capital Assets

n/a

23 648

19 880

n/a

16 927

29 450

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

n/a

2 286

2 282

Posts Filled

n/a

1 958

1 926

DEPARTMENT: SPORT, ARTS, CULTURE AND RECREATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: HOD Building, Sport & Recreation Grounds, Free State Psychiatric Complex

POSTAL: Private Bag X20606, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 407 3520/22 WEB: www.fssacr.gov.za EMAIL: hod@sacr.fs.gov.za

sport, arts, culture & recreation Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

FREE STATE PROVINCE

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The vision of the Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation is championing social transformation. The mission of the Department is the creation of an enabling environment for social cohesion and nation building through civil society structures and corporate governance; as well as promoting inclusive sport, arts, culture and recreation programmes that enhance excellence and talent towards a healthy lifestyle.

MEC: Ms Limakatso Patricia Mahase (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Kgomotso Kutlwano Tlhakudi (Acting) CFO: Ms Mahlape Ntipe (Acting) Chief Directors: Mr Vincent Khetha (Cultural Affairs), Mr Struben Mathumbu (Acting: Sport and Recreation), Mr Tankiso Zola (Acting: Corporate Services)

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

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Ms Zola Thamae (Community Sport), Mr Evert Venter (Free State Sport Science Institution), Mr Tankiso Zola (Director: Communications and IT) Communications Officers: Mr Fezile Sonkwane (Assistant Director: Internal Communication and Speech Writing)

MEC MS LP MAHASE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Disclaimer

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

703 757

809 392

687 977

Actual Expenditure

612 986

671 904

611 664

Directors: Mr Tshitso Challa (Archives), Mr Lerato Lengau (Security

Employee Compensation

357 021

317 717

280 028

Management), Ms Nthabiseng Makopo (Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr L Masisi (Acting: Supply Chain Management), Mr Struben Mathumbu (School Sport), Mr TJ Mohlomi (Acting: Human Resource Management), Ms Mahlape Ntipe (Finance), Mr Ramabulana (Museum and Heritage Services), Mrs Nomabhaso Ramugondo (Acting: Library and Archive Services), Mrs NMR Ried (Internal Audit), Mr Mario Sefo (Office of the HOD), Mr Barry Swanepoel (Arts and Culture Services),

Goods and Services

173 467

203 403

196 685

47 207

113 162

101 107

55 099

113 377

183 927

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 165

1 215

1 376

1 020

1 050

932

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

FREE STATE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (FDC) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

PHYSICAL: 33 Kellner Street, Cnr Markgraaf Street, Westdene, Bloemfontein, 9301

POSTAL: PO Box 989, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 400 0800 WEB: www.fdc.co.za EMAIL: wecare@fdc.co.za

OVERVIEW The mandate of the Free State Development Corporation (FDC) is to provide financial and business support services to SMMEs and cooperatives, develop and manage properties, as well as to facilitate and promote investments and exports.

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

R’000

R’000

R’000

109 835

187 767

249 846

1 242 801

1 101 383

918 741

1 352 635

1 289 155

1 168 592

843 673

767 022

452 971

40 744

41 682

39 614

Total Liabilities

884 673

808 704

492 584

Total Net Assets

468 218

480 451

676 008

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 294 189

247 286

262 801

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

n/a

n/a

n/a

CEO: Mr ZE Lebelo CFO: Mr Lemphane Mokalake (Acting) Senior Management: Mr Peterson Molukanelo (Acting GM: Marketing

Non-Exchange Transactions

n/a

n/a

n/a

Total Expenditure

(305 875)

(443 925)

(414 953)

Employee Costs

(96 073)

(89 610)

(90 974)

Trade and Investment), Mr Thabang Taka Communications Officers: Nnana Plaatjies

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

(11 686)

(196 639)

(152 152)

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

(60 272)

63 917

(15 432)

8 171

(82 265)

(39 373)

3 882

56 086

75 000

80 502

170 820

117 764

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

154

226

167

Posts Filled

147

137

136

FREE STATE GAMBLING, LIQUOR AND TOURISM AUTHORITY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 111 Zastron, Westdene, Bloemfontein, 9301 POSTAL: Private Bag 9229, Bloemfontein, 9300 TEL: 051 404 0300 WEB: www.gla.fs.gov.za EMAIL: officeofceo@fsglta.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Free State Gambling, Liquor and Tourism Authority is to promote legally compliant, responsible, sustainable and transformed gaming and liquor industries through effective licensing, regulating and reporting on the activities of the industries, and to market and promote the Free State province as a tourist destination of choice. The Entity’s strategic objectives are: to ensure the effective and efficient marketing of tourism, promotion of tourism and development of sustainable tourism within the province; an effective tourism

marketing and promotion strategy; marketing initiatives adequately covering provincial geographic spread and seasonality; effective utilisation of media platforms; and hosting of events to promote the Free State province as a tourist destination of choice. Note: The Free State Tourism Authority (http://freestatetourism.org) was incorporated into the Free State Gambling and Liquor Authority to establish a new entity, the Free State Gambling, Liquor and Tourism Authority, on 1 June 2017.

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

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BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OFFICE BEARERS

1 026

118 248

109 390

95 542

Total Expenditure

(118 113)

(103 162)

(106 927)

Employee Costs

(67 322)

(63 610)

(57 197)

642

6 595

(10 359)

Operating Activities

19 736

4 838

1 374

Investing Activities

(901)

(93)

(110)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

34 522

15 692

10 950

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

18 799

18 321

78 176

CASH FLOW

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Disclaimer

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

37 223

19 063

14 688

Non-Current Assets

12 763

14 218

17 323

49 986

33 281

32 011

47 197

31 134

35 595

Total Net Assets

96 568

367

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

2018/19

Non-Current Liabilities

109 757

507

Non-Exchange Transactions

2019/20

Total Liabilities

118 755

Exchange Transactions

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Current Liabilities

2017/18

Total Revenue

Ms Mokone Nthongoa (CEO), Mr O Seseane (CFO) CEO: Ms Mokone Nthongoa CFO: Mr O Seseane Senior Management: Mr TH Lerumo (Acting General Manager: Tourism Marketing), Mr S Magashule (Acting General Manager: Operations), Ms S Mohale (General Manager: Corporate Services), Mrs R Taku (General Manager: Events and Major Sporting Events), Mr KJ Thole (General Manager: Tourism Marketing) Communications Officers: Mr Tshediso Lerumo (Communications Manager)

Total Assets

2018/19

-

-

-

47 197

31 134

35 595

2 789

2 147

(3 584)

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

136

137

n/a

Posts Filled

124

121

n/a

FREE STATE

Chairperson: Mr D Pillay Board Members: Ms L Lane, Ms S Monyaki, Mr J Mthembu, Mr L Mule,

FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

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

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GAUTENG PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE The Gauteng Provincial Legislature consists of 73 members, elected by proportional representation. Since the elections on 7 May 2014, the ANC has held a majority of seats in the Legislature.

AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

37 24

DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE

20 3

ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS

11 2

FREEDOM FRONT PLUS

31

INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY

1

AFRICAN CHRISTIAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY

1

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The parties holding seats are:

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 18 178km2 LAND PERCENTAGE 1.5%

PREMIER The head of the Provincial Executive is the Premier, who is elected by the Provincial Legislature from among its members. The current Premier of Gauteng is Mr David Makhura.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENTS

PEOPLE

13 399 725

4 580 046

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

The Premier appoints an Executive Council consisting of members of the Provincial Legislature. The Members of the Executive Council (MECs) are responsible for the various departments of the provincial administration. The current departments and MECs are: DEPARTMENT

MEC

Agriculture and Rural Development

Mr Parks Tau

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Mr Lebogang Isaac Maile

Community Safety

Ms Nonhlanhla Faith Mazibuko

e-Government

Ms Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko

Economic Development

Mr Parks Tau

Education

Mr Panyaza Lesufi

Health

Dr Nomathemba Mokgethi

Human Settlements

Mr Lebogang Isaac Maile

Infrastructure Development

Ms Tasneem Motara

Roads and Transport

Mr Phalama Jacob Mamabolo

Social Development

Ms Morakane Mosupyoe

Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

Ms Mbali Dawn Hlophe

Treasury

Ms Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko

PUBLIC ENTITIES The Provincial Government has, through its legislative capacity, the power to establish state-owned public entities. The role of these public entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a rule each public entity reports to a responsible official in the provincial executive (usually an MEC or the Premier). Current public entities include:

101,6

34,2

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

36.0%

4.6%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

34.4%

41.6%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLDS 4 951 137 81.4%

HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,1 0.2%

17.7%

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (COHWHS) Dinokeng g-FleeT Management Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP) Gauteng Film Commission (GFC) Gauteng Gambling Board Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA) Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency (GIFA) Gauteng Liquor Board

FORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

94.0%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

87.8%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

89.2%

Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) Gauteng Tourism Authority Gautrain Management Agency (GMA) Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 1, 2021, published by Stats SA.

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PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE CONTACT DETAILS

GAUTENG

PHYSICAL: 43 Rissik Street, Johannesburg, 2001 POSTAL: Private Bag X52, Johannesburg, 2000 TEL: 011 498 5555 WEB: gpl.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Gauteng Provincial Legislature (GPL) is the parliament of the people of Gauteng. The GPL has the constitutional mandates of lawmaking, oversight and scrutiny, cooperative governance, and public participation. The GPL makes laws that address the specific needs of the province, conducts oversight over the departments of the province to ensure service delivery, promotes cooperative governance for effective decision-making, and conducts public participation in order to ensure that the views of the people of Gauteng are incorporated in governance processes. The Legislature’s mission is to be a modern and transformative Legislature that fosters public pride and confidence in democracy and enhances service delivery to the people of Gauteng.

SPEAKER MS LH MEKGWE

OFFICE BEARERS 2019 General Election seat allocation: ANC 37, DA 20, EFF 11, VF PLUS 3, IFP 1, ACDP 1 Speaker: Ms Lentheng Helen Mekgwe (Speaker) (ANC) Deputy Speaker: Ms Nomvuyo Memory Manamela (ANC)

Members: Mr Dulton Keith Adams (Party Leader) Mr Anton De Waal Alberts (Party Leader) Mr Patrick Atkinson Ms Beverley Felicity Badenhorst Mr Jack Brian Bloom Ms Crezane Bosch Mr Mokhaugelo Solomon Chabalala Mr Matome Kopano Chiloane (Chairperson: Education Portfolio Committee) Ms Agatha Wilhelmina Cilliers Mr Mervyn Hyman Cirota Mr Nicolaas Mattheus De Jager Ms Amanda de Lange Mr Bonginkosi Wesley Dhlamini (Party Leader) Ms Kedibone Pauline Diale Mr Sérgio José Pombo dos Santos Ms Evert Du Plessis Mr Janho Engelbrecht Ms Bronwynn Anne Engelbrecht Mr Alan Joseph Fuchs Mr Stanford Makashule Gana Ms Fasiha Hassan Ms Mbali Dawn Hlophe Mr Jacobus Johannes Hoffman

ACDP VF PLUS DA EFF DA DA DA ANC DA DA DA VF PLUS IFP ANC DA DA DA DA DA DA ANC ANC VF PLUS

Mr Mpapa Jeremia Kanyane (Deputy Chairperson of Committees)

ANC

Ms Refiloe Johannah Kekana (Chairperson: Social Development Portfolio Committee)

ANC

Mr Sochayile Khanyile (Chairperson: Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA))

ANC

Mr Mzikayifane Elias Khumalo (ANC Chief Whip) Mr Moses Segatike Koma Ms Dolly Caroline Ledwaba Mr Malesela Frans Ledwaba Mr Andrek Lesufi Ms Sara Madinoge Maphefo Letsie Mr Boitumelo Ezra Letsoalo Ms Christina Mabala Mr Petrus Butana Mabunda Ms Thokozile Elizabeth Magagula (Deputy Chief Whip) Mr Lebogang Isaac Maile Mr Lesego Ellis Makhubela Mr Malemolla David Makhura (Premier) Mr Duitso Paul Malema Mr Phalama Jacob Mamabolo Ms Nomvuyo Memory Manamela (Deputy Speaker) Dr Bandile Edgar Wallace Masuku

ANC EFF ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC

Mr William Mathafeng Matsheke (Chairperson: Sports, Arts and Recreation Portfolio Committee)

ANC

Ms Nonhlanhla Faith Mazibuko Mr Kitinki Cecil Mazwi Ms Busisiwe Mncube Ms Ruth Baloibotlhe Mnisi

ANC EFF ANC EFF

Mr Mpho Gift Modise (Chairperson: Infrastructure Development and Property Management Portfolio Committee)

ANC

Ms Mamsie Rose Mofama Ms Nomathemba Emily Mokgethi Mr Michael Sean Moriarty (DA Senior Whip)

EFF ANC DA

Ms Audrey Winifred Morakane Ketlhoilwe Mosupyoe

ANC

Ms Tasneem Motara Mr Joe Mpisi (Chairperson: Finance Portfolio Committee) Mr Solly Tshepiso Msimanga (Party Leader) Mr Itani Edwin Mukwevho (Party Leader)

ANC ANC DA EFF

Ms Alphina Anna Ndlovana (Chairperson: Community Safety Portfolio Committee)

ANC

Mr Thulani Ndlovu Mr Frederik Petrus Nel Ms Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko

ANC DA ANC

Ms Emelda Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane (Chairperson of Committees)

ANC

Ms Refiloe Ntsekhe Ms Wildri Peach Ms Mauwane Rebecca Phaladi-Digamela (Chairperson: Health Portfolio Committee) Ms Njakazana Dorothia Radebe Mr Nkhumeni Ramulifho Ms Adriana Maria Randall

DA DA ANC EFF DA DA

Mr Gregory Schneeman (Chairperson: Roads and Transport Portfolio Committee)

ANC

Mr Michael Stephen Shackleton Mr Parks Tau Ms Gloria Kgomotso Tong Mr Azwiambwi Gerson Tshitangano

DA ANC EFF EFF

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

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BOOKMARKS

GAUTENG

Secretary: Mr Peter Skosana (Secretary to the Legislature) CFO: Mr Ismail Rawat Senior Management: Ms Molemoeng Bokgwathile (Executive Director: Corporate Support Services), Mr Thamsanqa Makamba (Executive Director: Core Business) Communications Officers: Mr Fezile Nondonga (Director: Communications and Public Participation)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

343 187

269 697

245 866

Non-Current Assets

112 493

116 886

112 545

455 680

386 583

358 411

Current Liabilities

37 883

55 388

72 122

Non-Current Liabilities

6 000

5 966

6 859

Total Assets

Total Liabilities

43 883

61 354

78 981

Total Net Assets

411 797

325 229

279 430

2018/19

2017/18

877 692

807 459

747 062

18 617

17 883

19 060

859 075

789 576

746 891

Total Expenditure

(791 124)

(761 659)

(709 643)

Employee Costs

(370 306)

(302 774)

(396 074)

86 567

45 800

37 419

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

85 282

47 769

56 418

Investing Activities

(10 325)

(19 508)

(6 715)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

334 749

263 707

237 299

633

4 068

9 548

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

479

483

460

Posts Filled

437

425

440

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 65 Ntemi Piliso Street, Newtown, Johannesburg POSTAL: Private Bag X74, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 355 6000 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments EMAIL: hotline@gauteng.gov.za

GAUTENG PROVINCE OFFICE OF THE PREMIER REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Gauteng Office of the Premier is to serve as a political nerve centre to ensure that government excels in fulfilling its mandate. The Office of the Premier’s strategic objectives are: providing strategic support to the Premier and the Executive Council (EXCO) to ensure effective strategic leadership; facilitating the setting of clear priorities, enabling legislation and improved governance to realise desired policy outcomes; building a developmental state with the capacity to drive change and transformation to improve peoples’ lives; forging social contracts with stakeholders to strengthen social partnerships to improve service delivery; ensuring that the Premier is provided with appropriate support to effectively execute his/her role and responsibilities; fostering strong intergovernmental and international relationships to advance the development agenda; driving the human resource policy and strategy to attract, develop and retain the best possible skills and to harness the productive energies of all Gauteng provincial government employees; driving integrated and effective government communication to ensure that people are well informed and have access to credible information about government services and programmes; and promoting participatory democracy to ensure ongoing interaction between government and civil society.

OFFICE BEARERS Premier: Mr Malemolla David Makhura Director General: Mr Thabo Masebe (Acting) Chief of Staff: Ms Phumla Sekhonyane Deputy Directors General: Mr Darion Barclay (Corporate Management), Mr Khululekile Mase (Gauteng Planning Division – Development Planning), Mr Thabo Masebe (Provincial Communication Services), Ms Marie-Louise Moodie (Executive Development and Integrity Management) Senior Management: Mr Rasheed Seedat (Head: Gauteng Planning Division) Communications Officers: Ms Saras Naidoo (Chief Director: Corporate Communication and Marketing), Ms Lorna Sepeng (Deputy Director: Corporate Communication)

PREMIER MR MD MAKHURA

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

841 886

842 117

641 989

Actual Expenditure

780 826

839 909

607 253

Employee Compensation

323 656

304 183

281 344

Goods and Services

139 082

207 054

176 587

11 655

15 546

13 555

358

11 883

-

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

618

647

648

Posts Filled

566

560

521

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

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ADVERTORIAL

DILEMMA OF ORGANS OF STATE IN THE FACE OF IRREGULAR ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS TSHIAMO SEDUMEDI | MANAGING DIRECTOR

The unavoidable consequences of exercising public power by organs of state is that in certain instances, the exercise of such public power result in the conclusion of contracts or taking decisions that are not in line with the applicable legal framework.

The golden thread that runs from these principles suggest that organs of state cannot take the law into their own hands and ignore decisions that they consider to be irregularly concluded until a court of law has pronounced on the matter.

This is mostly prevalent in public procurement where tender awards do not follow section 217 of the Constitution, Public Finance Management Act and/or the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act.

However, in the same vein, our courts have also made pronouncements that may be construed as requiring organs of state not to submit themselves to irregular administrative actions even if they have not been set aside by a court. This school of thought is found in the following remarks from different judgments: “The province was under a duty not to submit itself to an unlawful contract and entitled, indeed obliged, to ignore the delivery contract and to resist Firechem’s attempts at enforcement. Its acts in doing so did not amount to an unlawful repudiation”5 ; “…there may be occasions where an administrative decision should be treated as invalid even though no action has been taken to strike it down”6 ; “…Kirland7 and Oudekraal8 did not imply or entail that unless court proceedings are instituted to challenge an administrative decision, public authorities are obliged to accept it as valid”9.

The net effect of this is that such contracts and/or decisions are irregular and fall foul of the legality principles that organs of state are required to comply with. The conundrum that is always faced by organs of state in such instances is whether: • are they compelled to abide by the irregularly concluded contract or irregular decision until such awards are set aside by a court; or • on their own accord, can they simply ignore such awards and/or contracts to avoid the further incurrence of irregular expenditure or the perpetuation of illegality. The above conundrum has not been made easy by the series of judgments of both the Supreme Court of Appeal and the Constitutional Court. This article provides a snapshot of some of the principles emanating from these courts and proffers a possible solution out of the conundrum faced by organs of state. The dominant school of thought emanating from our courts is that: “…the courts alone, and not public officials, are the arbiters of legality”1 ; “…government officials, or anyone else for that matter, may not usurp that role by themselves of pronouncing on whether decisions are unlawful, and then ignoring them”2 ; “…organs of state as constitutional citizens should be exemplary in its compliance with the fundamental constitutional principle that proscribes self-help”3 ; “…an organ of state, like any other party, must therefore challenge an administrative decision to escape its effects”4. MEC for Health Eastern Cape v Kirland Investment (Pty) Ltd 2014 (5) BCLR 547 (CC) 2 Merafong City Local Municipality v AngloAshanti Limited 2017 (2) BCLR 182 3 Merafong City 4 Department of Transport & Others v Tasima & Others 2017 (1) BCLR 1 (CC) 5 Premier, Free State and Others v Firechem Free State (Pty) Ltd 2000 (4) SA 413 (SCA) 1

On the face of it, there seems to be an uneasy tension that exists between these two different schools of thoughts advanced by our courts. Until the Constitutional Court has made a final pronouncement on the reconciliation of the two positions, organs of state are well advised that as constitutional citizens, they have an obligation to promptly institute legal proceedings to allow the courts to be the final arbiters of the legality or otherwise of their irregular administrative actions. Even in instances where an organ of state has opted to provisionally ignore or resist the implementation of the irregular administrative action, it must still without delay, institute legal proceedings to set aside such irregular administrative decisions. An organ of state cannot simply fold its arms and ignore an irregular decision without a concomitant action of instituting legal proceedings to review and set aside such an irregular decision. Merafong City This is reference to MEC for Health, Eastern Cape v Kirland Investments (Pty) Ltd 2014 (3) SA 481 (CC) 8 This is reference to Oudekraal Estates (Pty) Ltd v City of Cape Town 2004 (6) SA 222 (SCA) 9 Merafong City 6 7

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DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS

GAUTENG

PHYSICAL: 56 Eloff Street, Cnr Main Street, Umknoto House, Johannesburg

GAUTENG PROVINCE

POSTAL: PO Box 8769, Johannesburg, 2001 TEL: 011 240 2500 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments EMAIL: gdard@gauteng.gov.za

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is to radically modernise and transform agri-food value chain, ensure sustainable environment and development of urban and rural communities by ensuring sustainable environment management; providing access to and inclusive participation in commercial agri-food value chain and agro-processing; promoting food security; promoting/ contributing/stimulating integrated rural and urban development; and promoting the One Health System. HOD MS M GASELA

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Parks Tau (MEC: Economic Development, Agriculture and Rural Development) (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Matilda Gasela CFO: Mr Barry Venter Deputy Directors General: Ms Faith Humang-Mashimbye (Transversal Services), Ms Dorah Modise (Natural Resource Management) Chief Directors: Mr Mncedisi Madolo (Agriculture), Mr Motlatjo Makeapea (Agro-Processing), Ms Kgari Manotwane (Rural Development), Mr Loyiso Mkwana (Sustainable Resource Management), Adv Siphokazi Moleshe (Acting Chief Director: Support Services), Mr Tladi Monyane (Strategic Support and Governance), Dr Dietana Nemudzivhadi (Veterinary Services), Ms Ambibola Olowa (Compliance and Enforcement) Directors: Ms Agnes Hartbees (Head: Office of the HOD) Senior Management: Ms Toivo Mohapi (Head of Office: MEC) Communications Officers: Ms Nozipho Hlabangana (Director: Corporate Communications)

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

1 008 069

1 011 852

988 141

954 338

889 859

748 901

Employee Compensation

533 586

431 982

437 724

Goods and Services

356 478

373 404

281 139

55 436

10 900

17 501

6 500

2 886

2 539

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 032

1 024

1 026

944

953

942

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

DEPARTMENT: CO-OPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 11 Jandel Avenue, Riverview, Block B, Midrand, Johannesburg

GAUTENG PROVINCE

TEL: 011 355 4884 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments

CO-OPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITONAL AFFAIRS REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Gauteng Department of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs is to coordinate the effective functioning of local government, promote integrated development planning, and deepen participatory democracy in order to accelerate service delivery. The Department has adopted a set of values that are informed by the Batho Pele (People First) principles of the South African public service, and as an organisation its specific focus is on respect, integrity, responsibility, accountability and fairness.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Lebogang Isaac Maile (MEC: Human Settlements, Urban Planning and COGTA) (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Itumeleng Mokate (Acting) Chief of Staff: Ms Zukiswa Ncunyana CFO: Mr Japhter Makhafola (Chief Director: Financial Management Services) Chief Directors: C Jardin (Acting: Public Participation and Community Development), Kiba Kekana (Intergovernmental Relations and Traditional Institutional Management), Mahlomola Mabote (Community Development Workers, Public Participation and Stakeholder Liaison), Mr Anthony Moonsamy (Municipal Governance and Support),

MEC MR LI MAILE

Mpho Nawa (Back to Basics and Ntirhisano Outreach Programme), Mr Patrick Ngoepe (Municipal Infrastructure), Mr Raymond Nkabinde (Corporate Management), J Obando (Acting: Intergovernmental Relations and Traditional Institutional Management), Dr Bongani Elias Sithole (Head: Gauteng Provincial Disaster Management Centre and Provincial Fire and Rescue Services) Directors: P Mabule (Acting: Transformation Programme), TD Mokoena (Executive Support) Communications Officers: Mr Lupi Ngcayisa

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

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BOOKMARKS

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20 Clean Audit

2018/19 Clean Audit

2017/18 Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

562 690

533 642

479 532

495 781

501 371

432 917

326 897

303 405

291 523

105 184

105 250

98 306

2 922

7 201

16 793

-

1 179

785

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

728

880

2017/18 879

Posts Filled

660

663

659

GAUTENG

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEPARTMENT: COMMUNITY SAFETY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 64 Pritchard Street, Johannesburg, 2001 POSTAL: PO Box 62440, Marshalltown, 2170 TEL: 011 689 3600 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments

GAUTENG PROVINCE COMMUNITY SAFETY REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Gauteng Department of Community Safety is to improve public safety in the province, specifically through monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of policing agencies; effective implementation and promotion of appropriate social crime prevention initiatives; providing excellent traffic management services; coordination of efforts and programmes in the criminal justice system; educating and empowering citizens on issues of public safety and coordinating community safety initiatives; improving and strengthening relations between the police and communities; and determining community policing needs and priorities in keeping with the provisions of the Constitution. The Department’s strategic goals are to ensure excellent practices in order to deliver effectively on its mandate; improve service delivery through effective and efficient planning, monitoring and evaluation of organisational performance; provide good quality research and information; ensure continuous improvement in the quality of policing; strengthen community policing structures to improve relationships between communities and police; build and strengthen social movements against crime; mainstream and coordinate social crime prevention in all spheres of government; prevent violence against vulnerable groups; inform people about the work of the Department; and create a safe and secure road environment.

MEC MS NF MAZIBUKO

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

819 369

795 241

784 620

Actual Expenditure

764 294

738 069

731 148

Employee Compensation

561 971

511 951

450 773

Goods and Services

150 314

180 753

172 336

Capital Assets

46 648

40 144

99 805

1 048

3 863

4 586

OFFICE BEARERS

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

MEC: Ms Nonhlanhla Faith Mazibuko (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Nontsikelelo Sisulu CFO: Mr Mduduzi Malope Chief Directors: Thami Mayisela (Gauteng Traffic Police), Ms Duxita

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

1 422

1 261

1 273

Posts Filled

1 189

1 160

1 123

Mistry (Provincial Secretariat), Duxita Mistry (Policy and Research), Sipho Thanjekwayo (Corporate Support Service) Communications Officers: Mr Ofentse Morwane (Director: Corporate Communication)

DEPARTMENT: E-GOVERNMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Imbumba House, 75 Fox Street, Johannesburg, 2107 POSTAL: Private Bag X112, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 689 6000 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments EMAIL: gdfcommunications@gauteng.gov.za

GAUTENG PROVINCE e-GOVERNMENT REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The key role of the Department of e-Government is the roll-out of a network infrastructure that will connect government facilities, including schools, hospitals, offices and economic zones. It endevours to: create an enabling platform and support service; enable GCR entities to deliver e-Government Services; establish a GCR e-Government governance

structure to drive priorities, policies, standards and regulations; promote the usage of e-Government services; stimulate the ICT economy through facilitating incubation and innovation; and encourage public and private partnerships for the development and roll-out of e-Government services.

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

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MEC MS N NKOMO-RALEHOKO

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko (MEC: Finance and e-Government) (ANC)

Head of Department: Mr Cyril Baloyi CFO: Mr Nthlane Bopape Deputy Directors General: Ms Mmamokgadi Mashala (Corporate

Sithabiso Madonsela (Financial Accounting), Mahlodi Mashita (Legal Services), Bibi Matentshi (GEYODI), Masingita Mathebula (Office of the HOD), Mkateko Mboweni (Applications Development), Sempotseng Mmope (Risk Management), Mr Vincent Mngqibisa (Acting: IT Operation Support), Mr Mahomed Mohamed (Business Intelligence), Ms Samatha Ngindi (ICT Sector Skills), Nomvula Ntshanlintshali (Stakeholder and Events), Ms Martha Pendu (Enterprise Architecture), Weyland Poole (Monitoring and Evaluation), Dhaya Raidoo (ICT – COI), Gaopalelwe Senkang (Change Control), Mr Mervyn Van Zyl (Acting: Change Control), Ms Elmarie Venter (Debt Management) Communications Officers: Mphikeleli Ndlela (Head: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

1 414 702

1 396 031

1 462 179

Actual Expenditure

1 333 611

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

1 349 283

1 383 701

Chief Directors: Mr Dan Legote (Strategy Management), Mr Max

Employee Compensation

430 501

402 663

363 991

Ludwig (ICT), Jabulani Malobane (Human Resources), Khuliso Muthivhi (Applications), Mphikeleli Ndlela (Communications), Mr Benjamin Ngidi (Resource Management) Directors: Bulelwa Buthelezi (IHR), Mpho Chauke (Acting: DRM Services), Ms Merle Cohen (Human Resources Administration), Sibongile Dhlamini-Moeleso (SCM), Mr Charles Goodes (Operations), Mr Steven Gounden (E-Services), Mr Andre Jansen Van Rensburg (Payroll Services), Phumele Khumala (Human Resources Administration),

Goods and Services

729 018

955 651

887 363

Capital Assets

166 244

1 397

58 659

381 499

29 154

32 681

Services)

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

854

848

878

Posts Filled

786

763

746

DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Umnotho House, 56 Eloff Street, Johannesburg POSTAL: Private Bag X091, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 355 8000 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments EMAIL: gdedenquiries@gauteng.gov.za

GAUTENG PROVINCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The aim of the Gauteng Department of Economic Development is to lead, facilitate and manage sustainable job creation and inclusive economic growth and development in the Gauteng city region. The Department’s mission is to be an activist, interventionist and developmentally-focused department contributing to an inclusive and growing economy in Gauteng by providing thought leadership to inform the economic development agenda; mobilising stakeholders to partner with for economic growth and development; creating an enabling regulatory environment and stimulating business practices that promote inclusive economic growth; enhancing the competitive advantage of key sectors of the economy; promoting and attracting trade and investment to the economy; directing investment into strategic economic infrastructure; and proactively linking communities to economic opportunities. The Department’s strategic goals are to provide integrated economic and development planning; facilitate the implementation of strategic programmes that will stimulate the brand, competitiveness and social transformation of Gauteng, enhance trade and export promotion, and attract investment; promote an efficient, equitable and socially responsible business environment; act as an economic intelligence nerve centre to inform strategic decision-making and targeted sector development strategies; and promote public accountability and achieve high standards of corporate governance and efficient resource utilisation.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Parks Tau (MEC: Economic Development, Agriculture and Rural Development) (ANC) Head of Department: Blake Mosley-Lefatola Chief of Staff: Toivo Mohapi (Head of Office) CFO: Mr Kgomotso Mojapelo

Deputy Directors General: Lemmy Chappie (Acting DDG: Corporate Management), Motlatjo Moholwa (Economic Planning and Development)

Senior Management: Ms Rahab Marota (Chief Risk Officer) Communications Officers: Loyiso Jantjies (Spokesperson: MEC), Sabelo Ndlangisa (Director: Communication and Media Liaison)

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 818 841

2 585 727

2 417 191

1 558 980

1 496 359

1 409 824

Employee Compensation

225 453

221 029

207 581

Goods and Services

146 010

131 637

174 366

11 284

16 378

17 205

1 520

1 156

-

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

433

435

425

Posts Filled

384

406

390

PUBLIC ENTITIES Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (COHWHS) Dinokeng Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP) Gauteng Gambling Board Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA) Gauteng Liquor Board Gauteng Tourism Authority

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

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DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION

PHYSICAL: 17 Simmonds Street, Marshaltown, Johannesburg, 2000 POSTAL: PO Box 7710, Johannesburg, 2000 TEL: 011 355 1510 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments EMAIL: gdeinfo@gauteng.gov.za

GAUTENG

CONTACT DETAILS

GAUTENG PROVINCE EDUCATION REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Gauteng Department of Education is to ensure that all learners in Gauteng do well at school and leave their institutions with the values, knowledge, skills and qualifications that will give them the best chance of success in their adult lives. The Department’s mission is to ensure that quality learning and teaching takes place in the classroom every day. Its strategic goals are to ensure that Gauteng has effective schools and learning institutions; provide relevant, coordinated and effective support; enable young people to make the transition from school to further education and/or work that provides further training opportunities; and strengthen partnerships with all stakeholders, resulting in education becoming a priority in society.

MEC MR P LESUFI

HOD MR E MOSUWE

Directors: Thapelo Dlamini (Office of the MEC), Mr Anand Gounder

OFFICE BEARERS

(Office of the CFO), Makubetse Sekhonyane (Office of the HOD)

MEC: Mr Panyaza Lesufi Head of Department: Mr Edward Mosuwe Chief of Staff: Mr Roche Mogorosi CFO: Mr Johan van Coller Deputy Directors General: Ms Alison Bengston (Curriculum

Senior Management: Bathabile Molete (Head: Programmes) Communications Officers: Mr Prince Hamnca (Head: Communications),

Management Services), Mr Albert Chanee (Strategic Planning Management), Mr Rufus Mmutlana (Corporate Management Services), Mr Vuyani Mpofu (Education Support) Chief Directors: Mr Hudson Baloyi (Physical Resource Planning and Property Management), Mr Jose Coetzee (Strategic Human Resources Management), Ms Elize Froneman (School Management), Ms Sanelisiwe Kheswa (Acting CIO: Information and Technology), Mr Samora Mhlope (Supply Chain Management), Ms Dorah Moloi (HR Transversal Services), Bheki Ngubane (Examination and Assessment), Pat Ntsobi (School Support), Mr Steve Sebeho (Acting: Physical Resource Planning and Property Management), Stephina SelepeKhubedu (Risk and Compliance Management), Ms Faith Tshabalala (Acting Director: Education Planning and Research)

Mr Steve Mabona (GDE Spokesperson / Director: External Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

49 478 183

45 750 887

41 710 285

48 032 092

44 724 069

41 414 305

36 266 422

33 713 896

31 428 370

5 396 099

5 347 254

4 497 077

1 397 423

1 512 859

1 798 458

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 030 715

1 167 596

914 031

HUMAN RESOURCES

2017/18

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

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

94 831

93 032

93 693

Posts Filled

87 893

86 715

86 590

DEPARTMENT: HEALTH CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 45 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, 2001 POSTAL: Private Bag X085, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 355 3000/3503 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments

GAUTENG PROVINCE HEALTH REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Gauteng Department of Health is to provide excellent, integrated health services in partnership with stakeholders and contribute towards the reduction of poverty, vulnerability and the burden of disease in all communities in Gauteng. The core mandate of the Department is to improve the health status of the population, improve health services, secure better value for money, ensure effective organisation, and provide integrated services and programmes that promote and protect healthy, quality and sustainable livelihoods for poor, vulnerable and marginalised groups in society. The Department’s strategic goals are improved health and well-being, with an emphasis on vulnerable groups; reduction in the rate of new HIV infections by 50% in youth, adults and babies, and reduction in the number of deaths from TB and AIDS by 20%; increased efficiency of service implementation; human capital management and development for better health outcomes; and organisational excellence.

MEC DR N MOKGETHI

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Dr Nomathemba Mokgethi (ANC) Head of Department: Dr Sibongile Zungu COO: Mr Arnold Malotana

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

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Senior Management: Mr Solly Cave (PAIA Information Officer) Communications Officers: Kwara Kekana (Spokesperson: MEC),

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

Motalatale Modiba

GAUTENG

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Posts Filled

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

52 307 064

47 543 133

42 739 750 42 013 459

50 673 663

46 010 560

29 203 076

26 902 299

25 085 331

17 117 833

15 229 603

13 583 390

2 035 549

1 579 421

1 476 113

1 855 392

2 318 750

1 741 123

2019/20

2018/19

72 621

72 244

2017/18 71 943

64 390

63 962

66 124

DEPARTMENT: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 11 Diagonal Street, Marshalltown, 2107 POSTAL: Private Bag X79, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 355 4000 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments

GAUTENG PROVINCE HUMAN SETTLEMENTS REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Gauteng Department of Human Settlements is to facilitate the delivery of sustainable integrated human settlements, New Towns and Smart Cities in partnership with relevant role-players from all sectors of society through: development of suitably located and affordable housing (shelter) and decent human settlements;creating new (post-apartheid) towns and transforming current cities and towns in Gauteng (moving towards efficiency, inclusion and sustainability); and building cohesive, sustainable and caring communities with improved access to work and social amenities, including sports and recreation facilities (community development and optimal access/inclusion). The Department is introducing a paradigm shift in the development of human settlements. The paradigm shift is the concept of developing ‘Gauteng Catalytic Post-Apartheid New Towns’ referred to as ‘New Towns’ in short. This concept is part of a worldwide initiative known as the New Town Movement, which has its roots in the Garden City Movement founded by Ebenezer Howard in the late 1800s, as an alternative to the overcrowded, polluted, chaotic and miserable industrial cities that had appeared in Britain. Essentially, New Towns are purposefully planned and developed as a solution to overcrowding, congestion and the existence or building of ad-hoc settlements. A ‘Town’ human settlement development decongests industrialised areas and rehouses people in freshly built, new and fully planned towns that are completely self-sufficient in providing for the needs of the community. The strategic outcome-orientated goals of the Department have been revised to more succinctly reflect it’s strategic paradigm shift to building New Towns, in line with its mandate of delivering integrated human settlements, and that will fundamentally transform the Gauteng City Region. The New Towns approach will enable the Department to create human settlements where communities can live, play, work and capitalise on economic opportunities that exist near these settlements.

MEC MR LI MAILE

Deputy Directors General: Mr Abdullah Ismail (Acting: Corporate Management Services), Mr Daniel Molokome (Planning and Property Management), Nomfundo Ngwenya (Strategic Planning, Policy Research, M&E) Communications Officers: Ms Morongwe Mashoko, Mr Castro Ngobese (Spokesperson for the MEC), Mr Tahir Sema

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

6 056 520

6 062 851

6 109 476

Actual Expenditure

5 762 748

5 797 389

5 964 008

Employee Compensation

451 003

439 799

420 565

Goods and Services

364 203

274 552

344 295

16 247

431

144 501

1 028 544

422 781

1 383 716

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

OFFICE BEARERS

Posts Approved

914

964

954

MEC: Mr Lebogang Isaac Maile (MEC: Human Settlements, Urban

Posts Filled

748

780

801

Planning and COGTA) (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Phindile Mbanjwa CFO: Mr Enoch Kubeka (Acting)

HUMAN RESOURCES

PUBLIC ENTITIES Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF)

DEPARTMENT: INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: The Corner House, Cnr Commissioner & Sauer Streets, Marshalltown, 2107

POSTAL: Private Bag X83, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 355 5855 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments EMAIL: info@did.gpg.gov.za

GAUTENG PROVINCE INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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 Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development is to be the trusted provider of integrated and smart public infrastructure and property management solutions that transform the spatial landscape and improve the quality of life of the citizens of Gauteng. The new mandate and strategy of the Department are the priorities focused on the following key programmes: property management, infrastructure delivery, facilities and maintenance management, economic development and job creation, coordination of EPWP, and building a high performance, capable and well governed organisation.

CFO: Mr Rhulani Phelembe (Acting) Deputy Directors General: Mr Wesley Jacobs (Acting: Corporate Services), Mr Richard Makhumisani (General Health Branch), Mr Makwena Selepe (Education and STARS) Chief Directors: Mr China Mashinini (Property Management) Senior Management: Mr Bafana Nhlapo (MEC: Chief of Staff) Communications Officers: Bongiwe Gambu (Spokesperson: MEC), Mr Victor Moreriane (Chief Director: Communication)

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

3 444 313

3 055 394

2 890 873

Actual Expenditure

3 342 973

3 020 893

2 859 021

1 120 132

1 027 434

912 381

Goods and Services

899 318

968 856

1 115 701

Capital Assets

232 808

114 033

117 156

107 608

271 368

106 950

2017/18

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** MEC MS T MOTARA

OFFICE BEARERS

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

3 291

n/a

2 752

Posts Filled

2 472

n/a

2 406

GAUTENG

OVERVIEW

MEC: Ms Tasneem Motara (MEC: Infrastructure Development and Property Management) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Thulane Mdadane

DEPARTMENT: ROADS AND TRANSPORT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 45 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, 2000 POSTAL: Private Bag X83, Marshalltown, 2017 TEL: 011 355 7332 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments EMAIL: GPRoads.Transport@gauteng.gov.za

GAUTENG PROVINCE ROADS AND TRANSPORT REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport is a modern, integrated, efficient and sustainable transport and road infrastructure system in Gauteng. Its mission is to facilitate and provide an integrated transport system that is reliable, accessible, safe and affordable; offers seamless mobility; is environmentally sustainable; and supports industrialisation and radical socio-economic transformation. The Department’s strategic goals are a: modern integrated public transport system that provides customer-centric transport services; strategic economic transport infrastructure that stimulates socioeconomic growth; and modern, accountable and developmentoriented department.

MEC MR PJ MAMABOLO

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Phalama Jacob Mamabolo (MEC: Public Transport and Road Infrastructure) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Makhukhu Mampuru (Acting) Chief of Staff: Mr Steven Matsemela CFO: Ms Mampe Gololo (Finance Branch) Deputy Directors General: Ms Marcia Harker (Corporate Services Branch), Ms Noxolo Maninjwa (g-Fleet Management), Mr Aubrey Modubatse (Transport Branch), Ms Theo Nkonko (Spokesperson), Mr Victor Phala (Road Infrastructure Branch) Senior Management: Mr Koena Moabelo (Assistant Director: Communications and Liaison) Communications Officers: Ms Melitah Madiba (Communications), Ms Dorcas Moeketsi (Director: Communication and Liaison)

AUDIT OUTCOME

ACTING HOD MR M MAMPURU

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

R’000

R’000

R’000

11 996 235

11 977 141

10 866 164

7 162 817

7 575 310

6 786 960

673 426

653 722

633 927

1 601 968

1 608 146

1 098 542

557 138

1 062 229

1 009 376

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2 167 847

2 318 342

2 234 905

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 240

2 191

2 208

1 674

1 739

1 784

Posts Approved Posts Filled

PUBLIC ENTITIES g-FleeT Management Gautrain Management Agency (GMA)

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

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DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS

GAUTENG

PHYSICAL: Thusanong Building, 11th Floor, 69 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg

GAUTENG PROVINCE

POSTAL: Private Bag X35, Johannesburg, 2000 TEL: 011 355 7600/56 / 011 227 0000 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments EMAIL: SocdevCommunications@gauteng.gov.za

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Gauteng Department of Social Development is of a caring and self-reliant society. Its mission is to transform our society by building conscious and capable citizens through the provision of integrated social development services. The Department’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to provide: support to core business in rendering effective and efficient services; efficient and effective integrated developmental social welfare services to service recipients, focussing on children, the youth, older persons, persons with disabilities, and women; and efficient, effective anti-poverty community interventions, youth development and women empowerment services to beneficiaries promoting sustainable livelihoods.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Morakane Mosupyoe Head of Department: Ms Thembeni Mhlongo CFO: Mr Johann Strauss Deputy Directors General: Ms Amanda Hartmann (Support Services) Chief Directors: Mr Tebogo Itumeleng (Social Welfare and Specialised Services), Mr Rennie Nair (Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Solly Ndweni (NPOs Development and Support), Mr Bongani Ngomane (Stakeholder Relations) Directors: Ms Yvonne Deonarain (Office of the HOD), Ms Thandaza Dlulane (Bureau Services), Ms Kate Jacobs (Regional Director: Sedibeng), Ms Mantshebo Kobeli (Regional Director: West Rand), Mr NV Languza (Legal Services), Mr Honey Makgalemele (Human Resources Management), Ms Tebello Mkhonto (Substance Abuse, Social Crime Prevention and VEP), Dr Sello Mokoena (Research and Policy Coordination), Ms Lesego Motau (Regional Director: Tshwane), Ms Nonhlanhla Mtimkhulu (Regional Director: Johannesburg), Ms Phumla Nkosi (Regional Director: Ekurhuleni), Mr Frans Rammutla (Stakeholder Relations), Ms Natalie Reddy-Singh (Risk Management and

MEC MS M MOSUPYOE

Compliance), Mr Welcome Sibisi (M&E), Ms LG van der Merwe (Gender, Youth and Disability Mainstreaming) Communications Officers: Mr Motsamai Mothaolwa (Director: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

5 459 561

4 667 550

4 597 726

Actual Expenditure

5 041 002

4 242 323

4 481 860

1 745 425

1 549 882

1 403 527

Goods and Services

837 980

675 078

1 098 482

Capital Assets

205 319

178 128

204 135

5 652

255

21 692

2017/18

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

5 408

5 202

5 190

Posts Filled

4 662

4 484

4 109

DEPARTMENT: SPORT, ARTS, CULTURE AND RECREATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 35 Rissik Street, Surrey House, Johannesburg, 2001 POSTAL: Private Bag X33, Johannesburg, 2000 TEL: 011 355 2500 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments/DepartmentDetails/

GAUTENG PROVINCE SPORT, ARTS, CULTURE AND RECREATION REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

CPM-001012

OVERVIEW The mission of the Gauteng Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation is to work in an integrated manner to create an enabling environment and accelerated social transformation for sporting, artistic and cultural excellence, by facilitating talent identification and development in partnership with key stakeholders; positioning the business of sport and creative industries as catalysts for sustainable economic growth; modernisation of the economy through the bidding and hosting of major sporting and cultural events; providing universal access to sport, arts, cultural activities, library, archival services and facilities; and identifying, promoting and preserving heritage. The Department’s strategic goals are to enhance the implementation of integrated and sustainable sport, arts, culture and recreation programmes; identify, develop and nurture sport and artistic talent for competitive and major events; identify and preserve heritage, including the promotion of national days and symbols; inculcate a culture of reading and lifelong learning; preserve and make accessible the archival records of the province; and contribute to the developmental state and good governance.

MEC MS MD HLOPHE

HOD MS PI MASISI

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Mbali Dawn Hlophe (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Priscilla Ikgopoleng Masisi CFO: Mr Omphitlhetse Mafora (Acting) Chief Directors: Shane Maja (Acting: Cultural Affairs), Mr China Mashinini (Acting: Corporate Services and Sport and Recreation),

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

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ADVERTORIAL

Woodpecker Building, 177 Dyer Road Hillcrest, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0083 Tel: 012 423 5700 | Fax: 012 423 5755/65 WhatsApp: +27 64 643 3419 communications@pseta.org.za | www.pseta.org.za Twitter: @OfficialPSETA Facebook: @Public-Service-Sector-EducationTraining-Authority-PSETA

The

Training

The aim of our partnership and participation in the Global

Authority (PSETA) is one of the 21 Sector Education and

Public

Service

Skills Initiative is to assist in passing on the most critical

Training

skills which are provided by this initiative through training,

Authorities

Sector (SETAs)

Education established

and in

accordance

with the Skills Development Act No. 97 of 1998 (SDA).

tools

and

platforms

PSETA is a statutory body established to facilitate skills

with employers.

designed

to

connect

jobseekers

development in the Public Services sector and to ensure that skills needs are identified and addressed through various

Aims and Objectives

training initiatives.

The Global Skills Initiative (GSI) aims to empower 25 million people globally, with in-demand skills that are critical for the

The focus and emphasis of PSETA is primarily on transversal

digital economy. As societies reopen, one of the first steps

skills which are dubbed the ‘business of government’ – functions

needed to create a safe and successful economic recovery is

of administration, management, planning, legislation, policy

access to the top skills needed to fill new jobs of the future. To

development, etc. PSETA’s scope of coverage includes National

achieve this recovery and empower others to gain new skills

and Provincial Government Departments, Public Entities and

and certifications, the programme offers:

Legislatures and funds various occupational programmes,

• Free access to courses (also known as learning paths) to help

within the Post School and Education sector.

you develop the skills the most in-demand jobs require • Low-cost certifications

PSETA in collaboration with the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) is responsible for the design and

• Free job-seeking tools through LinkedIn to help in developing in-demand skills and to pursue new jobs.

development of occupational qualifications and trades, quality assurance, accreditation, monitoring as well as certification of

List of Programmes

competent learners. The SETA is committed to a demand-driven,

Courses and Learning Pathways are offered for the following

industry-led approach to scarce skills related and occupationally

in-demand skills in the Public Sector:

directed training.

• Project Manager • Graphic Designer

VISION

• Financial Analyst

To be the heart of developing a skilled, capable and innovative

• Sales Development Specialist

public sector workforce.

• Data Analyst • Software Developer

MISSION

• Customer Service Specialist

To facilitate the delivery of a capable, ethical and developmental

• Network Administrator

public service sector workforce through:

• Digital Marketing Specialist

• researching skills demand and supply in the sector;

• IT support/Help desk technician

• effective delivery of skills development interventions based on occupationally directed qualifications; • monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the implementation of education, training and skills development in the sector; and • a capable institution

How to access programmes PSETA invites you to join this important initiative as a participant/ partner in ensuring that as many South Africans are enrolled and complete these programmes. You are welcome to register on https://afrikatikkunservices.com/gsisa

PSETA and the Global Skills Initiative The Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority

Make sure you click on the PSETA icon and Afrika-tikkun

(PSETA) has partnered with Microsoft South Africa and its

services will assess each applicant and their needs, interests,

implementing partner Afrika Tikkun Services on the Global

and aspirations, allowing us to channel them to the correct

Skills Initiative South Africa (GSISA).

learning pathways.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

GAUTENG

Directors: T Gabela (Chief Information Officer), Likopo Litabe (Management Accounting), S Maja (Creative Arts), B Mazilazila (Creative Industries), E Mbatha (Libraries and Archive Services), T Mokoena (Strategic Partnerships and IGR), F Mokoena (Recreation), P Muvevi (Competitive Sport), N Ntlokwana (Communications Management), M Ramphele (Heritage), M Rose (Sport Development and Coordination), I Tshabalala (Acting: Human Resource Management) Communications Officers: Phathutshedzo Dagada (PAIA Officer), Ms Nomazwe Ntlokwana (Departmental Spokesperson)

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

969 671

1 008 720

913 320

877 718

912 417

792 575

Employee Compensation

283 876

250 629

233 755

Goods and Services

267 965

238 820

225 556

37 980

140 790

101 276

70 687

39 277

74 828

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

845

813

631

Posts Filled

644

601

581

PUBLIC ENTITIES Gauteng Film Commission (GFC)

DEPARTMENT: TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 75 Fox Street, Imbumba House, Johannesburg, 2107 POSTAL: Private Bax X112, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 227 9000 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Departments EMAIL: GPTCommunications@gauteng.gov.za

GAUTENG PROVINCE TREASURY REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Gauteng Department of Treasury is to provide strategic leadership in financial and fiscal matters to ensure sustainable and inclusive social and economic development of the people of Gauteng so that all may enjoy value for money services of the highest quality. The Department’s mission is to be an activist Treasury that enables and promotes quality service delivery for the citizens of Gauteng through: sustainable funding that ensures developmentally focused allocation of resources and innovative revenue generation; efficient cash management that ensures sustainable liquidity levels in the province; effective financial management and reporting that ensures responsible stewardship and transparent resource utilisation and expenditure; and a well-structured governance framework that ensures accountability, transparency and fiscal discipline in line with statutory obligations. The values and principles that underpin the Gauteng Treasury are predicated on the principles of Batho Pele.

MEC: Ms Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko (MEC: Finance and e-Government) (ANC)

Head of Department: Mr Mncedisi Vilakazi CFO: Mr Phakamisile Sikitshana Deputy Directors General: Mncedisi Vilakazi (Sustainable Fiscal Resource Management), Mr Owen Witbooi (Municipal Financial Governance)

AUDIT OUTCOME

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

MEC MS N NKOMO-RALEHOKO

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

2019/20

2018/19

R’000

R’000

2017/18 R’000

1 815 721

1 560 303

1 276 347

727 491

676 333

625 959

490 873

474 330

452 209

123 945

126 785

102 133

6 097

4 460

4 196

-

-

-

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

863

810

810

Posts Filled

788

752

746

PUBLIC ENTITIES Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency (GIFA)

CRADLE OF HUMANKIND WORLD HERITAGE SITE (COHWHS) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cradle of Humankind, 8th Floor, 124 Main Street, Cnr Main/ Kruis/Marshall Streets, Johannesburg, 2000

POSTAL: PO Box 155, Newtown, 2113 TEL: 011 085 2484 WEB: www.maropeng.co.za EMAIL: cradle@gauteng.net

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

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The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (COHWHS) is one of South Africa’s leading World Heritage Sites as a 53 000 hectare site of global significance, with over 400 accompanying diverse offerings for visitors. Its mission is to protect, conserve and interpret the Outstanding Universal Value (OUV) of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. It was established and inscribed in 1999 on UNESCO’s World Heritage List because of the wealth of fossils found in the area and, in particular, fossils of ancient humans. It is an area that has yielded and has continued to produce an enormous amount of information about our human origins. Apart from its scientific value, the site has been developed in order to create employment and regional economic development through the use of science, conservation and tourism as economic drivers aimed at alleviating poverty and stimulating the economy of the region. In so doing, the province has used conservation as a catalyst for economic change and regional development. This World Heritage Site is managed on behalf of the Minister of Environmental Affairs by the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site Management Authority. The primary goal of the Management Authority is to protect, conserve and interpret the Outstanding Universal Value (OUV) of the site. The Authority also facilitates and supports ongoing scientific research in the site; ensures tangible community beneficiation, and growth in the visitor economy of the COHWHS; ensures that development within the COHWHS maintains the OUV; supports the participation of small enterprises and cooperatives in the visitor economy of the COHWHS; and collaborates with all roleplayers involved in the socio-economic development of the Western Corridor. While the protection and conservation of the fossil sites that constitute the OUV of the site is of paramount importance in the overall management of the site, a great emphasis is placed on the management of the site with and for surrounding communities. The official visitor centre in the COHWHS is Maropeng, which means ‘returning to the place from where we come’ in Setswana, and was officially opened to the public in December 2005. Together with the Sterkfontein Caves site, which is owned by the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS), these two sites constitute the broader Interpretation Centre of the COHWHS. This architecturally unique centre allows every visitor to embark on a journey of discovery that begins with the birth of our planet, through the history of humankind, and into the future. Maropeng also has an original fossil display area where fossils are replenished regularly, education and conferencing facilities, a boutique hotel with incredible views, and a restaurant. The world-famous Sterkfontein Caves continue to attract many visitors, and also boasts an exhibition and offers the opportunity for

a guided tour of the caves. The World Heritage site is a unique and iconic project that blends science and conservation with community capacitation, local economic development and tourism. The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site will continue to concentrate on excellent service delivery to its province and its people.

OFFICE BEARERS CEO: Mr Matthew Sathekge (Acting) CFO: Mr Mfundo Hadebe (Financial Director) Directors: Mr Mags Pillay (Cradle of Humankind Management Authority) Senior Management: Mr Thulani Mbonambi (Management Authority), Mr Sibusiso Ndamase, Mr Hein Pienaar (Management Authority)

GAUTENG

OVERVIEW

Communications Officers: Mr Siphiwe Hlophe, Mr Thabo Mokhele (Marketing and Events), Mr Sabelo Ndlangisa

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

49 029

23 126

24 570

2 328

2 831

1 899

51 357

25 957

26 469

4 555

4 236

7 160

-

-

-

4 555

4 236

7 160

46 802

21 721

19 309

76 838

70 569

70 178

15

15

14

76 823

70 554

70 164

Total Expenditure

(51 755)

(61 277)

(62 843)

Employee Costs

(18 329)

(18 375)

(17 058)

25 083

9 292

7 299

Operating Activities

23 681

(692)

8 476

Investing Activities

(464)

(421)

(725)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

44 161

20 946

21 858

-

8

-

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

98

99

63

Posts Filled

77

77

58

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

11 321

5 919

25 180

-

1

1

11 321

5 920

25 181

5 998

3 837

19 689

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

5 998

3 837

19 689

Total Net Assets

5 323

2 083

5 492

38 241

40 278

37 894

583

1 222

1 396

37 658

39 056

36 498

Total Expenditure

(35 001)

(36 055)

(33 436)

Employee Costs

(17 422)

(17 088)

(15 641)

3 240

4 223

4 439

DINOKENG CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 124 Main Street, Marshalltown, Johannesburg, 2000 TEL: 011 085 2500 WEB: www.gauteng.net/dinokeng

OVERVIEW The vision of Dinokeng is to have project areas which are conserved and sustainably developed as premier tourist destinations contributing to job creation and economic growth, creating a better life for all who live and work in and around them, and offering visitors diverse leisure and business tourism opportunities. The Entity’s mission is to invest in strategic economic infrastructure and encourage private sector tourist activity; and to invest in visitor facilities, creating a network of attractions connected by scenic routes. They also aim to maximise Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) and the development of Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs), and to consult with and involve all interested and affected parties in the management and development of the project areas.

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

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Richard Lydall CEO: Mr John Nesidoni (Acting)

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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

5 402

(19 269)

5 394

-

-

-

11 321

5 911

25 180

90

121

-

Investing Activities

GAUTENG

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

98

99

63

Posts Filled

77

77

58

G-FLEET MANAGEMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 16 Boeing Road East, Bedfordview, Johannesburg, 2001 POSTAL: Private Bag X1, Bedfordview, 2008 TEL: 011 372 8600 WEB: www.gfleet.gov.za

OVERVIEW The vision of g-FleeT Management is to keep government service delivery on the move. Its mission is to achieve the vision by: providing effective, competitive and efficient fleet services to government; focusing on providinga reliable fleet to meet client needs; and building and maintaining sustainable stakeholder relations. The Entity’s strategic goals are to: provide fleet management services that are effective, efficient and client-focused by providing reliable fleet and quality services, to meet its clients’ needs in an effective and efficient manner; be a sustainable and well-governed organisation by ensuring a well-run organisation through designing and maintaining effective systems and processes that will result in optimal use of the g-fleeT Management’s assets in delivery of services.

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

1 736 905

1 318 685

1 195 798

1 357 165

1 481 540

1 314 233

3 094 070

2 800 225

2 510 031

100 538

97 731

86 607

17 650

17 741

17 472

118 188

155 473

104 079

2 975 882

2 684 753

2 405 952

1 075 021

1 015 090

994 268

1 075 021

1 015 090

994 268

-

-

-

Total Expenditure

(783 887)

(736 288)

(702 547)

Employee Costs

(90 113)

(84 628)

(80 725)

291 134

278 802

291 721

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

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

OFFICE BEARERS Council Members: Mr Jacob Mamabolo CEO: Ms Noxolo Maninjwa COO: Mr Nhlakanipho Nduli (Acting) Directors: Ms Salomie Jafta (Transport Support Services), Mr Matodzi Mamatsinya (Acting: Finance), Ms Ravanne Matthews (Permanent Fleet), Mr Sifiso Mhlongo (Acting: Fleet Maintenance), Ms Sherlon Segal (Acting: VIP and Pool Services) Communications Officers: Mr Theo Nkonki

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

699 177

606 628

446 206

Investing Activities

(259 111)

(451 381)

(293 527)

1 497 680

1 053 092

894 967

43 921

4 391

23 961

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

275

275

332

Posts Filled

198

210

223

GAUTENG ENTERPRISE PROPELLER (GEP) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 6th Floor, 124 Main Street, Marshalltown, Johannesburg, 2001

POSTAL: PO Box 61464, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 085 2001 WEB: www.gep.co.za EMAIL: enquiries@gep.co.za

OVERVIEW Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP) is an agency of the Provincial Department of Economic Development in Gauteng, and it is established in terms of the Gauteng Enterprise Propeller Act 5 of 2005. Its formation was informed by the province’s Growth and Development Strategy (GDS), which identified SMME development as one of the key levers to addressing the triple challenges of unemployment, poverty and inequality. The main objective of the Agency is small business development. This includes financial and non-financial support to small enterprises and cooperatives. The GEP’s mandate is to: promote entrepreneurship, mobilise resources and facilitate an integrated approach to entrepreneurial development and support within the province; provide financial and business development support for the growth and sustainability of small enterprises; and facilitate investment in high-impact business enterprises

that transform the structure and competitiveness of industrial sectors in the province. The mandate is carried out to ensure the sustainability, growth and competitiveness of small enterprises as meaningful contributors to the overarching impact of the Gauteng Department of Economic Development, which is “an inclusive and sustainable economic growth body/entity that stimulates jobs within the Gauteng City Region”. The foundation of the mandate is a well-governed and high-performing organisation. GEP has adopted a strategic framework towards fulfilling its vision of propelling entrepreneurs into sustainable enterprises that contribute meaningfully to inclusive economic growth and job creation. In achieving the set vision, the GEP has defined its mission as: establishing a high-performing professional, ethical and capable

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

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institution; promoting entrepreneurship and facilitating an integrated approach to entrepreneurial development and support within the province; creating strategic partnerships with a range of institutions for sustainable small enterprises and cooperative development and support; developing innovative financial solutions, tools and channels to speed up increased market participation In the provision of affordable finance; and facilitating investment in high-impact business enterprises that transform the structure and competitiveness of industrial sectors. The mission is enabled by a well-governed and high-performing organisation to allow GEP to be central to entrepreneurship, small enterprise development and industrial development in the Gauteng Province.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Lebogang Mphahlele Deputy Chairperson: Ms Phumeza Mangcu Board Members: Mr Desmond Golding, Ms Bukeka Mahlutshana, Ms Dineo Maithufi, Ms Dineo Maphanzela, Mr Sipho Mkhize, Mr Kgosi Mogotsi, Mr Thabo Rasenyalo CEO: Mr Saki Zamxaka CFO: Mr Kealeboga Bogatsu COO: Mr Imraan Khan Senior Management: Mr Lamalani Dube (General Manager: Risk and Audit), Mr Thulani Guliwe (Acting General Manager: Strategy, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Vincent Mulaudzi (General Manager: Corporate Support and Administration)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

194 537

130 530

129 600

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

22 976

49 098

58 223

217 513

179 628

187 823

90 787

45 401

42 275

1 458

-

-

Total Liabilities

92 337

45 401

42 275

Total Net Assets

125 176

134 226

145 548

223 331

250 521

242 208

21 750

9 408

13 090

201 581

241 113

229 118

Total Expenditure

(236 794)

(261 843)

(242 708)

Employee Costs

(100 977)

n/a

(93 280)

(13 463)

(11 322)

(500)

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

GAUTENG

BOOKMARKS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(203 805)

12 971

34 878

Investing Activities

(1 724)

(1 281)

(2 117)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

140 517

85 802

74 111

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

29 523

4 416

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

188

188

188

Posts Filled

142

148

153

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 373

982

667

655

467

671

3 028

1 449

1 338

1 634

2 201

1 977

-

65

122

Total Liabilities

1 634

2 266

2 099

Total Net Assets

1 394

(818)

(763)

37 956

34 774

29 301

456

340

285

37 500

34 434

29 016

Total Expenditure

(35 744)

(34 829)

(30 183)

Employee Costs

(16 021)

(16 761)

(17 106)

2 212

(55)

(882)

GAUTENG FILM COMMISSION (GFC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 35 Rissik Street, Johannesburg, 2108 POSTAL: PO Box 61601, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 833 0409 WEB: www.gautengfilm.org.za EMAIL: info@gautengfilm.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Gauteng Film Commission (GFC) is to cultivate, facilitate and enhance an environment that allows the film and television industry to play a meaningful role in the socio-economic development of Gauteng. The Entity’s core business is to transform the Gauteng film and TV sector into a world-class industry through the following functions: increase the number of local and international film productions using GFC services, i.e. permit facilitation, location promotion and logistical support; conduct relevant research in order to become a hub of industry-related information; increase the number of jobs created in the film industry through GFC support and facilitation; increase enterprise ownership and participation by previously disadvantaged groups, i.e. black people, women and people with disabilities; contribute to an increase in and access to locally produced films through screenings, workshops, cinema exhibitions and broadcast partnerships, with the emphasis on under-resourced areas; and develop and maintain effective business processes. The GFC also markets Gauteng, with its world-class industry infrastructure, recognised expertise and wide range of locations, as a destination of choice for filming.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION 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

2 230

388

257

Investing Activities

(403)

(122)

(221)

Chairperson: Ms Busisiwe Lindelwa Mhaga Deputy Chairperson: Mr Khalipha Eddie Mbalo Board Members: Mr David Bensusan, Mr Clarence Hamilton,

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

2 086

316

100

-

-

-

Mr Keith Khoza, Ms K Lebaka (Acting CEO), Mr E Maluleke (CFO), Ms A Mokoena (Company Secretary and Legal Manager), Ms Joy Tebogo Ngoma, Ms S Sekgobela CEO: Ms K Lebaka (Acting) CFO: Mr Elliot Maluleke Senior Management: Ms Shalo Mbatha (Senior Manager: Marketing and Communication) Communications Officers: Ms Siyabonga Mngoma (Communication Manager)

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

23

23

23

Posts Filled

18

22

21

OFFICE BEARERS

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

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

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GAUTENG GAMBLING BOARD

GAUTENG

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 125 Corlett Drive, Bramley, 2090 POSTAL: Private Bag X15, Bramley, 2018 TEL: 011 581 4800 WEB: www.ggb.org.za EMAIL: info@ggb.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Gauteng Gambling Board is to regulate the industry in a transparent, fair, equitable and competent manner for the benefit of all stakeholders. The Board’s strategic goals are to increase monitoring of B-BBEE compliance; ensure compliance with legislative framework; ensure efficient and effective regulation of gambling; promote responsible gambling; enhance organisational performance by providing an enabling environment; ensure financial accountability and compliance to prescribed financial regulations and guidelines; and contribute to the eradication of poverty.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

308 694

266 748

229 870

103 338

110 838

113 115

412 032

377 586

342 985

273 380

229 007

200 365

749

-

80

Total Liabilities

274 129

229 007

200 391

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

137 903

148 579

142 594

Chairperson: Mr M Zwane Deputy Chairperson: Ms S Hari Board Members: Ms S Chiboo, Ms T Kutumela, Mr LG Marincowitz,

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 256 608

188 817

178 031

133 705

110 173

103 864

Mr P Matjele, Ms Y Metu, Ms MB Modise, Ms Z Mpungose, Mr T Sithole, Ms S Siwisa, Ms N Tsokolibane CEO: Mr Steven Ngubeni CFO: Mr Kgaugelo Mahlaba COO: Mr Edward Lalumbe Senior Management: Z Gumede (Human Resources), L Kobue (Compliance), T Letshwiti (Licensing), Mr L Lukhwareni (Legal Services), Mr Sasabona Manganye (Chief Information Officer), T Marimuthu (Gaming Control), Ms N Matanzima (Company Secretary), Mr John Motlhokwane (Information Technology), Mrs Buhle Simelane (SED) Communications Officers: Mr Wisani Ngobeni (Communications Manager)

Non-Current Assets

2019/20

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

122 903

78 644

74 167

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(199 647)

(183 897)

(164 255)

Employee Costs

(129 830)

(118 770)

(99 024)

56 961

4 920

13 776

Operating Activities

68 829

26 443

(15 744)

Investing Activities

(19 973)

2 176

(2 161)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

292 932

244 076

220 029

796

4 420

2

2017/18

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

142

142

142

Posts Filled

114

115

103

GAUTENG GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (GGDA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 124 Main Street, Marshalltown, Johannesburg, 2001 POSTAL: PO Box 1042, Johannesburg, 2000 TEL: 011 085 2400 WEB: www.ggda.co.za EMAIL: info@ggda.co.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA) was established by the Gauteng Provincial Government through its Department of Economic Development (GDED). Its objective is to spearhead and coordinate economic development efforts for the province, targeting local and international business stakeholders. The GGDA’s purpose is to grow the economy by positioning Gauteng as a Global Competitive City Region (GCR). It aims to demonstrate thought leadership in implementing key programmes and provide support for the development of key sectors. The GGDA’s decree is to serve as the implementation arm of the GDED and assist the department in leading, facilitating and managing sustainable job creation and inclusive economic growth and development in the GCR. The GGDA recognises the importance of investment as a driver of job creation, skills development and firm creation for economic growth and development both within the province and throughout South Africa. One of its key deliverables is ensuring that investors receive all the support and information that they require in order to maximise the gains from their investments.

Chairperson: Mr Ernest Mahlaule Deputy Chairperson: Dr Tshilidzi Ratshitanga Board Members: Ms Queendy Gungubele, Mr Prince Mafojane, Mr S’celo Mahlalela, Ms Millicent Maroga, Mr Gilberto Martins, Ms Primrose Mothelesi, Ms Kenosi Selane, Mr Thero Setiloane, Ms Irene Tlhase, Ms Thandeka Zondi CEO: Ms Mosa Tshabalala (Group CEO) CFO: Mr Mpho Baatjies (Group CFO) COO: Mr Jameel Chand (Group COO) Senior Management: Mr Muziwethu Mathema (Group Executive: Macro Business Intelligence), Mr Sandile Mhlongo (Acting Group Executive: Legal Advisory and Company Secretary), Mr Itumeleng Mogorosi (Group Executive: Monitoring, Evaluation and Organisation Performance), Mr Stewart Molalabangwe (Group Executive: Corporate Services), Mr Maisha Ramoroka (Acting Group Executive: Enterprise Project Management Office) Communications Officers: Ms Abigail Dlamini (PA and Divisional Administrator: Marketing and Communications), Ms Zaki Mtshali (Acting Group Executive: Marketing and Communications)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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

Clean Audit

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

901 157 1 874 592 2 775 749 814 300 145 042 959 342 1 815 407

582 961 1 764 368 2 347 329 547 788 135 600 683 388 1 663 941

512 495 1 585 522 2 098 017 510 831 97 720 608 551 1 489 466

813 588 242 608 570 980 (661 122) (265 726) 152 466

822 389 207 135 615 254 (639 749) (248 268) 182 640

768 015 197 130 570 885 (770 053) (252 350) (2 038)

AUDIT OUTCOME

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

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

320 049

264 622

225 350

Investing Activities

(33 374)

(180 855)

(94 952)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

808 463

524 103

451 205

28 051

12 296

2 000

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

536

510

498

Posts Filled

384

351

371

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

GAUTENG

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

SUBSIDIARIES Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC) Automotive Supplier Park (ASP) Constitution Hill Development Company (ConHill) Gauteng IDZ Development Company (GIDZ) The Innovation Hub (TIH)

GAUTENG INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING AGENCY (GIFA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2nd Floor, 82 Grayston Drive, Sandton, Johannesburg, 2017 POSTAL: PO Box 650780, Benmore, 2010 TEL: 011 290 6600/1 WEB: gifa.co.za EMAIL: info@gifa.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency (GIFA) is to ensure alternative funding for Gauteng’s strategic infrastructure projects. The Agency’s value proposition is to provide a one-stop service to convert project concepts to bankable proposals, and in collaboration with project owners and the Provincial Treasury, the GIFA will support public institutions in the Gauteng province to perform project preparation and facilitate innovative financing solutions. The Agency’s strategic goals are to: ensure that the GPG develops infrastructure projects to bankable proposals, which will attract funding from various sources; become a centre of excellence that applies various funding models for infrastructure financing solutions; establish a network of investor partnerships and build investor confidence in the GPG initiated projects; ensure efficient and economic contracting for infrastructure projects in a manner that realises the socio-economc benefits of the GPG.

OFFICE BEARERS CEO: Mr Oupa Seabi Senior Management: Mr Kevin Abrahams (Project Manager), Ms Marilyn Hamilton (Manager: Strategy, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Li-pei Huang (Manager: Project Finance), Ms Liesel Lombard (Manager: PPP and Compliance), Ms Diedre Londt (Head: Corporate Services), Ms Tsakani Maluleke (Director: Human Resource and Auxiliary Services), Mr Eamon Marias (Project Manager), Mr Victor Molate (Financial Manager), Ms Noxolo Mtembu (Project Manager), Mr Vuyisile Mtembu (Senior Investment Analyst), Mr Nathaniel Munetsi (Head: Structured Finance), Mr Kemraj Ojageer (Head: Project Development), Mr Lebogang Tladinyane (Head: Strategy, Monitoring and Evaluation) Communications Officers: Mr Aubrey Kitime (Head: Communications and Stakeholder Relations Management)

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

199 071

153 582

148 435

5 212

4 320

2 494

204 283

157 902

150 929

4 485

2 661

3 203

122 058

89 210

92 739

126 543

91 871

95 996

77 740

66 031

54 933 86 530

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

78 596

72 819

Exchange Transactions

9 005

9 773

8 171

Non-Exchange Transactions

69 591

63 046

78 359

Total Expenditure

(66 887)

(61 721)

(76 970)

Employee Costs

(36 629)

(30 625)

(26 566)

11 709

11 098

9 560 (10 861)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

46 550

11 160

Investing Activities

(1 655)

(924)

(446)

198 446

153 551

143 318

-

-

-

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

45

46

38

Posts Filled

44

44

35

GAUTENG LIQUOR BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 124 Main Street, Cnr Main & Kruis (opposite Carlton Centre), Johannesburg, 2000 POSTAL: Private Bag X091, Marshalltown, 2107 TEL: 011 085 2231/45/65 WEB: www.gauteng.gov.za/Institutions

ethical business practice andempowered stakeholders; promotion and maintenance of an effective and efficient regulatory system for the liquor industry; and maximisation of the benefits derived from the liquor industry and minimisation of the potential negative impact thereof.

OFFICE BEARERS OVERVIEW The main strategic objectives of the Gauteng Liquor Board (GLB) are: effective governance and regulation of the liquor industry, ensuring

Chairperson: Mr Fhedzisani R Pandelane Deputy Chairperson: GYW Ngoma

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

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Board Members: B Chiba, BG Chiba, J Daniel, L Els, DP Gxilishe,

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

MP Khoza, E Mabe, MS Maja, RA Manoko CEO: Mr Raymond Martin

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

GAUTENG

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

Total Revenue

96 787

93 159

79 656

64 449

53 457

Non-Exchange Transactions

29 297

28 710

26 199

Total Expenditure

(80 046)

(91 542)

(89 941)

Employee Costs

(52 889)

(52 257)

(48 974)

16 741

1 617

(10 285)

20 474

(6 858)

7 360

-

(210)

-

30 294

9 820

16 888

2 073

6 317

352

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

30 748

10 434

19 523

CASH FLOW

451

592

597

31 199

11 026

20 120

Investing Activities

38 503

35 071

45 781

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

-

-

-

35 071

45 781

Total Net Assets

(7 304)

(24 045)

(25 661)

2017/18

67 490

2018/19

38 503

2018/19

Exchange Transactions

2019/20

Total Liabilities

2019/20

Operating Activities

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

95

n/a

n/a

Posts Filled

92

n/a

n/a

GAUTENG PARTNERSHIP FUND (GPF) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 82 Grayston Drive, Sandton, 2196 POSTAL: PO Box 652247, Benmore, 2010 TEL: 011 685 6600 WEB: gpf.org.za EMAIL: info@gpf.org.za

OVERVIEW The Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) is 100% owned by the Gauteng Department of Human Settlements. The vision of the GPF is to be a partner of choice in catalysing the funding and development of integrated and sustainable human settlements in Gauteng. Its core mandate is to serve as the funding and implementing agent for integrated, sustainable human settlement developments in the Gauteng City Region and custodian of strategic provincial land and/or property transferred to GPF for effective immovable asset management and coordinated, efficient implementation of mega human settlement developments. The GPF offers innovative funding products designed to share project risk with the private sector. More specifically, the GPF’s mandate comprises the following key roles/functions: fundraising and investment facilitation – use of public sector funding to leverage additional funding and facilitate capital flows into integrated, sustainable human settlements through the formation of strategic partnerships with local and international donors, development finance institutions and private sector partners; project preparation and funding packaging – to assess project readiness, coordinate and facilitate the process to close the project readiness gaps in collaboration with relevant stakeholders, and develop bankable feasibility studies and facilitate funding and investment in human settlement projects; project financing – to facilitate an equitable risk sharing and project financing model; and project implementation, coordination and oversight – to enable project management, monitoring and evaluation of the development of Mega Projects by developers and contractors.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Mahlengi Bhengu Deputy Chairperson: Mr Sello Morero Board Members: Mr Abdullah Ismail, Ms Maseapo Kganedi, Mr Keith Khoza, Mr Douglas Kutumela, Ms Leah Manenzhe (Acting CEO), Ms Nangamso Maponya, Mr Leon G Marincowitz, Ms Karabo Mbele, Ms Lindiwe Mthimunye

CEO: Ms Leah Manenzhe (Acting) CFO: Ms Komathie Govender Senior Management: Ms Thandi Kuzwayo (Legal, Compliance and Risk Executive), Ms Vinolia Mashiane (Chief Investment Officer)

Communications Officers: Ms Ntombenhle Gwina (Marketing and Communications Manager), Thanduxolo Mendrew (Company Secretary)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

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

1 097 701 876 661 1 974 362 311 085 311 085 1 663 277

1 178 028 797 184 1 975 212 398 037 35 398 072 1 577 140

937 095 728 097 1 665 192 159 657 112 159 769 1 505 422

199 322 199 322 (80 181) (50 311) 86 136

190 169 190 169 (90 294) (49 805) 71 718

341 247 156 544 184 703 (119 294) (47 803) 221 953

(115 291) (1 303) 931 649 7 067

399 556 (1 616) 1 048 474 1 699

(215 466) (4 489) 650 474 1 786

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

41 43

41 41

49 40

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

GAUTENG TOURISM AUTHORITY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 124 Main Street, Johannesburg, 2001 POSTAL: PO Box 155, Newtown, Johannesburg, 2113 TEL: 011 085 2500 WEB: www.gauteng.net EMAIL: info@gauteng.net

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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 Gauteng Tourism Authority is to develop, promote, coordinate and facilitate responsible and sustainable tourism in the Gauteng global city region, and to create a world-class destination that attracts business visitors and all other tourists to the province, benefits our people, and contributes to job creation and economic growth. The Entity’s strategic goals are to create and promote a worldclass tourist destination; contribute towards tourism sector industry development; facilitate industry coordination and cooperative governance; foster a responsible and sustainable tourism industry; and implement progressive corporate governance practices.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

72 408

43 269

56 751

2 332

2 407

2 953

74 740

45 677

59 704

45 700

25 163

48 182

-

51

122

Total Liabilities

45 700

25 214

48 304

Total Net Assets

29 040

20 453

11 400

121 361

156 346

114 723

5 542

10 847

3 416

115 819

145 499

111 307

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

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Chairperson: Ms Nomusa Mufamadi Deputy Chairperson: Dr Lulama Zitha Board Members: Ms Glory Mable Moroesi Chiloane, Mr Selemo

Total Revenue

Republic Monakedi, Ms Nomusa Mufamadi, Mr Happy Ntshingila, Ms Puleng Patience Ratlabala, Ms Muditambi Elizabeth Ravele, Ms Khusela Lwandlekazi Sangoni, Mr Mxolisi Zwane CEO: Ms Yoland Ruiters CFO: Mr Yaseen Asmal Senior Management: Mr Adrian Amod (Senior Manager: Brand Management), Nonhlanhla Mbethe (Destination Promotions and Marketing) Communications Officers: Mr Barba Gaoganediwe (Senior Manager: Destination and Corporate Communications), Ms Manuela Lamugio (Personal Assistant)

Total Expenditure

(112 775)

(146 980)

(118 267)

Employee Costs

(56 175)

(48 868)

(50 999)

8 586

9 379

(3 532)

30 983

(1 265)

12 771

(645)

(73)

(419)

71 663

41 397

42 799

201

-

-

2017/18

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

GAUTENG

BOOKMARKS

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

79

76

75

Posts Filled

60

64

62

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

624 197

481 007

422 565

GAUTRAIN MANAGEMENT AGENCY (GMA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 44 Grand Central Boulevard, Grand Central Ext 1, Midrand POSTAL: PO Box 1266, Kelvin, 2054 TEL: 011 086 3500 WEB: gma.gautrain.co.za EMAIL: info@gautrain.co.za

OVERVIEW The Gautrain Management Agency (GMA) is an agency of the Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport and is tasked with overseeing the operations of the Gautrain. The GMA was established in terms of the GMA Act and listed under Schedule 3 (c) of the Public Financial Management Act (PFMA) as a Provincial Public Entity. The objectives of the GMA are provided in Chapter 1 of the GMA Act. Its primary objective is to manage, coordinate and oversee the Gautrain in the interest of government, as a whole, and the province, in particular. This includes matters such as: managing the relationship between the province and the Concessionaire in terms of the Concession Agreement; managing assets and finances; liaising with all relevant government structures and interested parties promoting the project; promoting BBBEE; and integrating the project with other transport services. Another focus is the implementation of the extensions of the system to accommodate future demand and new services as identified in the 25-year Integrated Transport Master Plan for Gauteng.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Mogopodi Mokoena Deputy Chairperson: Ms Lungile Mtiya Board Members: Mr William Dachs (CEO), Dr Prittish Dala, Ms Rebone Mabusela-Jonga, Mr Abel Mawela, Ms Puli Moloto-Stofile, Mr Donovan Nadison, Mr Saki Zamxaka CEO: Mr William Dachs CFO: Mr Preston Mabena Senior Management: Dr Barbara Jensen-Vorster Communications Officers: Dr Ingrid Jensen, Ms Tlago Ramalepa

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

27 219 525

28 255 470

29 390 216

27 843 722

28 736 477

29 812 781

Current Liabilities

815 570

653 435

550 165

Non-Current Liabilities

174 660

158 858

173 108

991 230

812 293

723 274

27 843 722

28 736 477

29 812 781

325 272

277 420

266 383

25 221

25 716

35 538

300 051

251 704

230 845

Total Expenditure

(1 387 263)

(1 442 743)

(1 467 550)

Employee Costs

(141 301)

(105 487)

(114 884)

(1 061 991)

(1 165 324)

(1 201 166) (167 641)

Total Assets

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

191 996

56 701

Investing Activities

(2 597)

(6 073)

(3 777)

605 469

416 117

365 523

-

-

-

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

110

100

90

Posts Filled

99

94

87

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

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KWAZULU-NATAL PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature consists of 80 members, elected by proportional representation. Since the elections on 7 May 2014, the ANC has held a majority of seats in the Legislature.

The parties holding seats are: 44

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AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

24 INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY

13

DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE

11

ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS

8

3

2

KEY STATISTICS

1 NATIONAL FREEDOM PARTY

1

MINORITY FRONT

1

AFRICAN CHRISTIAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY

1

AFRICAN TRANSFORMATION MOVEMENT

1

GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 94 361km2 LAND PERCENTAGE 7.7%

PEOPLE

PREMIER The head of the Provincial Executive is the Premier, who is elected by the Provincial Legislature from among its members. The current Premier of KwaZulu-Natal is Mr Sihle Zikalala.

11 065 240

4 055 285

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENTS The Premier appoints an Executive Council consisting of members of the Provincial Legislature. The Members of the Executive Council (MECs) are responsible for the various departments of the provincial administration. The current departments and MECs are: DEPARTMENT

MEC

Agriculture and Rural Development

Mrs Bongiwe Sithole-Moloi

Arts and Culture

Ms Hlengiwe Mavimbela

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Mr Sipho Hlomuka

Community Safety and Liaison

Ms Peggy Neliswa Nkonyeni

Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs

Mr Ravi Pillay

Education

Mr Kwazikwenkosi Mshengu

Health

Ms Nomagugu Simelane

Human Settlements

Mr Jomo Sibiya

Provincial Treasury

Ms Nomusa Dube-Ncube

Public Works

Mr NM (Jomo) Sibiya

Social Development

Ms Nonhlanhla Mildred Khoza

Sport and Recreation

Ms Hlengiwe Mavimbela Ms Peggy Neliswa Nkonyeni

Transport

92,1

36,6

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

25.0%

7.7%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

30.5%

46.4%

OFFICIAL RATE

PUBLIC ENTITIES The Provincial Government has, through its legislative capacity, the power to establish state-owned public entities. The role of these public entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a rule each public entity reports to a responsible official in the provincial executive (usually an MEC or the Premier). Current public entities include: Agribusiness Development Agency (ADA) Amafa Heritage AkwaZulu Natali Dube TradePort Corporation (DTPC) Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission KwaZulu-Natal Gaming and Betting Board KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Authority KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence KZN Growth Fund Mjindi Farming Moses Kotane Institute Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ) Tourism KwaZulu-Natal Trade and Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN)

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EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 4,0

HOUSEHOLDS 2 875 843 72.7%

18.1%

8.5%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

79.2%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

61.4%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

88.7%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 1, 2021, published by Stats SA.

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CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 239 Langalibalele Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 POSTAL: Private Bag X9112, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 355 7600 WEB: kznlegislature.gov.za EMAIL: info@kznlegislature.gov.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature is to be an activist, people-centred legislature. Its mission is to deepen democracy in KwaZulu-Natal through robust oversight, effective public involvement, progressive and efficient law-making.

SPEAKER MS NN BOYCE

DEPUTY SPEAKER MR ME NDOBE

OFFICE BEARERS 2019 General Election seat allocation: ANC 44, IFP 13, DA 11, EFF 8, NFP 1, MF 1, ACDP 1, ATM 1 Speaker: Ms Nontembeko Nothemba Boyce (ANC) Deputy Speaker: Mr Mluleki Ezekiel Ndobe (ANC)

Members: Ms Nontembeko Nothemba Boyce (Speaker) Mr Timothy James Brauteseth Ms Phumzile Audrey Thandekile Nokuphiwa Buthelezi Ms Vuyiswa Precious Caluza Ms Phumzile Harriet Cele Ms Joice Nondumiso Cele Ms Zinhle Lindeka Immaculate Cele Mr Mondli Abednego Chiliza Mr Heinz Ulrik de Boer Mr Lourens Johannes de Klerk Ms Nomvuyelelo Dlamini Mr Emmanuel Vusumuzi Dube Ms Nomsa Dube-Ncube Mr Siboniso Armstrong Duma Ms Mbalenhle Cleopatra Frazer Ms Magesvari Govender Mr Poobalan Govender Ms Thokozile Joyce Gumede Mr Muziwenkosi Blessed Gwala Ms Precious Pearl Harricks Mr Velenkosini Fiki Hlabisa Mr Siphosihle Emmanuel Hlomuka Ms Linda Xolelwa Hlobisile Hlongwa-Madlala Mrs Sharon Hoosen Mr Thomas Mxolisi Kaunda Mr Imran Keeka Mr Mntomuhle Khawula Mr Abednigo Vusumuzi Khoza Ms Nonhlanhla Mildred Khoza Mr Otto Bonginkosi Kunene Ms Celiwe Qhamkile Madlopha Ms Nomakiki Roseline Majola Mr Sipho Eric Manqele Ms Amanda Glenrose Mapena Ms Hlengiwe Goodness Slindile Mavimbela Mrs Nozipho Philistasia Funaziphi Mavuso Mr Mbongeleni Joshua Mazibuko Mr Lukas Marthinus Meyer Mr Vikizitha Richard Mlotshwa Mr Zwakele Maxwell Mncwango Mr Subramoney Moodley Ms Nomvomvo Letticia Mpayipheli Mr Kwazikwenkosi Innocent Mshengu Mr Sithembiso Wiseman Mshengu Mr Petros Nhlanhla Msimango

ANC DA IFP ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC DA IFP EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC IFP IFP IFP EFF IFP ANC ANC DA ANC DA IFP EFF ANC IFP ANC ANC ACDP ANC ANC ANC IFP DA NFP DA IFP EFF ANC ANC IFP

Mr Richard Themba Mthembu Mr Sifiso Henry Mthethwa Ms Thembeni Petty Mthethwa Mr Ndodephethe Bethuel Mthethwa Mr Themba Sbonelo Mtshali Ms Gugu Flora Mtshali Mr Mluleki Ezekiel Ndobe (Deputy Speaker) Ms Neliswa Peggy Nkonyeni Mr Sipho Caiphas Nkosi Ms Ncamisile Jerich Nkwanyana Mr Nhlakanipho Ntombela Ms Bridget Ntshangase Ms Mbali Ntuli Mr Muntukayise Bhekuyise Ntuli Mr James Sikhosiphi Nxumalo Mr Christopher John Pappas Mr Mxolisi Ewart Phakathi Mr Ravigasen Ranganathan Pillay Ms Elma Rabe Mr Francoise Adrianus Rodgers Mr Linda Godfrey Seja Ms Ntombikayise Nomawisile Sibhida Mr Ntuthuko Mbongiseni Sibiya Ms Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu Ms Bongiwe Nomusa Sithole Mr Sifiso Musawenkosi Sonjica Ms Gloria Nonzwakazi Swartbooi-Ntombela Ms Shameen Thakur-Rajbansi Mr Mongezi Wellbeloved Twala Mr Rishigen Viranna Mr Thulani Vincent Xulu Mr Sihle Zikalala (Premier) Mr Bangokwakhe Madesius Zuma Ms Makhosazane Promise Patience Zungu

ANC EFF IFP ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC IFP ANC ANC DA ANC ANC DA ATM ANC DA DA EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC MF EFF DA ANC ANC ANC ANC

KWAZULU-NATAL

PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE

Secretary: Ms Nerusha Naidoo (Head of Department) CFO: Mr Mohlomi Nkopane COO: Zwelihle Memela (Executive Manager: Parliamentary Services) Senior Management: Mthunzi Bhengu (Financial Management and Acting Supply Chain Management), Mr King Khumalo (Organisational Performance), Ms Khwezi Masondo (Acting Senior Manager: Security and Facilities Management), Nomkhosi Ndaba (Legislative Proceedings), Mr Nkululeko Ngcamu (Senior Manager: SCM), Mr David Ngubane (Human Resources), Mr Zethembiso Nzuza (Senior Manager: Committees), Nishan Sukraj (Legal Services), Mr Bongani Tember (Manager: Office of the Speaker), Nhlakanipho Zulu (Information Communication and Technology) Communications Officers: Mr Wesley Canham, Mr Wonder Hlongwa, Mr Sinamuva Nxumalo, Mr Ntokozo Super Zuma

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

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

49 929 53 376 103 305 22 265 2 346 24 611 78 694

22 021 63 651 85 672 28 664 1 638 30 302 55 370

9 730 87 061 96 791 34 716 26 948 61 664 35 127

665 339 2 767 662 572 (642 015) (227 246) 23 324

594 649 1 177 593 472 (584 151) (194 163) 10 498

549 985 4 626 545 359 (578 721) (187 860) (28 736)

41 755 (12 935) 45 322 9 318

16 528 (6 603) 15 971 6 126

(33 123) (41 857) 5 745 10 419

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

294 202

223 196

223 207

AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

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

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OFFICE OF THE PREMIER CONTACT DETAILS

premier

PHYSICAL: Moses Mabhida Building, 300 Langalibalele Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 POSTAL: Private Bag X9037, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 341 3300/42 WEB: www.kznonline.gov.za EMAIL: info@kznpremier.gov.za

Office Of The Premier

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Office of the Premier is to support the Premier in carrying out his/her constitutional and statutory duties. The Department fulfils this mission primarily by mobilising, coordinating and integrating the efforts of the provincial government and administration to eradicate various forms of human deprivation; playing a leadership role in mobilising and leveraging public and private sectors’ resources to realise a sustainable economic growth, with the capacity to generate decent jobs and eradicate poverty and inequality; spearheading the efforts of provincial government and all stakeholders aimed at ensuring peace, safety and security for all; professionally executing departmental mandates; coordinating and facilitating macroprovincial and other transversal issues and programmes; promoting cooperative and good governance, including fighting against fraud and corruption; providing the highest quality of policy management, planning and monitoring, and evaluation services; creating policies relating to regulations, information and legislation; and supporting the executive branch of the provincial government in initiating and executing provincial laws and policies.

PREMIER MR S ZIKALALA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DIRECTOR GENERAL DR NO MKHIZE

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

720 968

864 222

783 919

Actual Expenditure

676 806

847 570

768 608

OFFICE BEARERS

Employee Compensation

295 891

290 088

277 490

Premier: Mr Sihle Zikalala Director General: Dr Nonhlanhla O Mkhize Chief of Staff: Mr Samuel Khuzwayo Deputy Directors General: Mr FR Brooks (Macro Policy and Strategic

Goods and Services

319 004

362 983

317 301

9 296

16 225

15 541

93 351

174 693

28 261

2017/18

Planning), Mrs PD Khumalo (Corporate Management), Mr ZA Mnqayi (Stakeholder Coordination), Mr Sibusiso Ngubane (Acting: Institutional Development and Integrity Management and Intergovernmental Relations) Senior Management: Mr ZM Cibane (Chief Financial Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Cecil Msomi (Chief Director: Communications), Mr Ndabezinhle Sibiya (Spokesperson for the Premier), Mr Mahlathi Tembe

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

606

585

657

Posts Filled

542

551

609

PUBLIC ENTITIES KwaZulu-Natal Gaming and Betting Board

DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1 Cedara, Pietermaritzburg 3200 POSTAL: Private Bag X9059, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 355 9100 WEB: www.kzndard.gov.za EMAIL: hodpa@kzndae.gov.za

AG RI CU L TU RE AND

RU RAL D EV EL OPM ENT

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is to promote, through partnership, sound agricultural practices that promote economic growth, food security and advancement of rural communities in KwaZulu-Natal. The Department’s strategic objectives are: provision of food security; farmer development and support; integrated sustainable natural environmental management; integrated and transformed service delivery; globally competitive agricultural production; accessible, quality and available food; farmer succession (emergent to commercial); sustainable job creation (BEE); development of new markets (agricultural and value added); development of new and diverse products; safe, healthy and sustainable environments; sustainable natural resource utilisation and community participation; improvement of national and international trade access and competitiveness; and a transformed department, geared for service excellence and compliance with its legislative mandate.

MEC MRS BN SITHOLE-MOLOI

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mrs Bongiwe Nomusa Sithole-Moloi (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Siza Sibande CFO: Mrs Ayanda Madlala

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Deputy Directors General: Mr Carlos Boldogh (Operations), Mr Kisa Dlamini (Acting: Corporate Services), Mr Jerry Mfusi (Rural Development) Chief Directors: Mr Zibusiso Dlamini (Agricultural Services), Mr Wiseman Mkhize (Acting: Business Support Unit), Dr Nomfuzo Mkhize (RD & ATI), Mr Kuben Moodley (Integrated Rural Development) Directors: Mrs Babalwa Bodlani (Internal Control and Risk Management), Dr Hannes de Villiers (Agric Research and Livestock Services), Mrs Sharon Diedericks (Asset Management), Mr Andre Hitge (MAS), Ms Joanne Joshua (Financial Accounting), Dr Cameron Kutwana (Veterinary Services: Northern Region), Mr Langalethu D Madondo (Human Resource Management and Development), Mr Zethembe DZ Mbatha (Security Services), Mr KR Mbatha, Mr Dennis Memela (Catalytic Projects), Mr Marks Mthonti (Security Services), Ms Mpume Mtshali (Business Entity and Social Organisation), Dr Denis Ngobese (Vet Support Services), Mr Sibusiso Ngwane (IGR), Mr Njabulo Ntshangase (Acting: EAS), Mrs Qayiso Ntuli (Head: Ministry), Dr Fikile Qwabe (Crop Production), Ms Nishi Seegobin (Legal Services), Ms Thoko Shezi (Rural Development, Planning and Coordination), Mr S Shongwe (Natural Resources), Dr Collen Sibiya (HRD), Dr Temba Sikhakhane (Veterinary Services: Southern Region), Mr Mantje Thekiso (Acting: Engineering Services), Mrs Lani Wepener (Funding Investment and Partnership), Mr Nhlanhla Xhakaza (ICT), Ms Busisiwe B Xulu (Executive Support: HOD’s Office) Senior Management: Ms Lisa Del Grande (Director: Rural Development), Mr Eckard Habermann (Management Accounting Services), Ms Phakamile Maphanga (Personal Assistant: MEC),

Ms Nomzamo Mkhize (Deputy Director: Office of the HOD), Mr Sibusiso Mncadi (Director: Supply Chain Management), Mr Sibusiso Nzimande (Head: Ministry) Communications Officers: Mr Sifiso Buthelezi (Director: Communications Services), Mr Mack Makhathini (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Zama Masondo (Parliamentary Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

2 607 666

2 412 483

2 218 487

Actual Expenditure

2 489 898

2 126 696

2 032 865

1 065 442

1 023 233

996 587

939 982

670 871

352 975

74 012

110 079

114 191

26 075

126 198

153 484

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

2 977

2 937

2 762

Posts Filled

2 726

2 711

2 703

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PUBLIC ENTITIES Agribusiness Development Agency (ADA) Mjindi Farming

DEPARTMENT: ARTS AND CULTURE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 222 Jabu Ndlovu Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 POSTAL: Private Bag X9140, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 264 3400 WEB: www.kzndac.gov.za

ARTS AND

CU L TU RE

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Arts and Culture is to provide world-class services in arts and culture for the people of KwaZulu-Natal by developing and promoting arts and culture and mainstreaming its role in social development; developing and promoting previously marginalised languages and enhancing linguistic diversity; collecting, managing and preserving archival, museum and other forms of information resources; and integrating and providing seamless art and culture services to the communities. The Department’s strategic goals are to institutionalise and sustain good corporate governance; create an environment that fosters the development and preservation of all art forms and cultures; contribute towards the creation of sustainable livelihoods for the people of KwaZulu-Natal and nurture emerging entrepreneurs through arts and culture sectors; provide equitable access to world-class library, information, museum and archive services; facilitate transformation and economic growth through the arts and culture sectors; and improve service delivery by strengthening collaborative partnerships with other government departments, entities and private organisations.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Hlengiwe Goodness Slindile Mavimbela (MEC: Arts, Culture, Sport and Recreation) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr NP Chonco CFO: Ms Mbali Maishi Chief Directors: Ms LBP Gwala (Administration Services), Ms Shafeeka Hassim (Acting: Corporate Governance), Mr MD Maduna (Research), Mr Jeph Mtshali (Regional Office Management), Mr Lethukuthula Mtshali (Libraries, Archives and Museums), Mr Sibusiso Nzimande (Cultural Affairs) Senior Management: Mr Sibusiso Ngwane (Head of Ministry) Communications Officers: Ms Nomonde Maboea (Deputy Director: Communications)

MEC MS HGS MAVIMBELA

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

HOD MR NP CHONCO

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

988 001

873 818

840 715 818 564

952 147

859 451

231 933

218 251

214 857

2 052

214 919

249 631

60 029

90 149

105 279

101 502

95 155

42 951

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

619

617

n/a

500

501

n/a

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

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DEPARTMENT: COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 330 Langalibalele Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 POSTAL: Private Bag X9078, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 TEL: 033 395 2831 WEB: www.kzncogta.gov.za EMAIL: communications@kzncogta.gov.za

COOPERATI V E G OV ERNANCE AND TRAD I TI ONAL AF F AI RS

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs is to strengthen cooperation among all spheres of government; support and build the capacity of local governance institutions; and facilitate and coordinate stakeholder engagement in pursuit of people-centred, accelerated service delivery. The Department’s strategic goals are: sustained performance of institutions of local governance; strengthened cooperative governance; efficient and effective oversight; and improved organisational capacity and proficiency of the Department and Ministry.

MEC MR S HLOMUKA

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Sipho Hlomuka (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Thando Tubane CFO: Mr Busani Ndlovu Deputy Directors General: Mr Sikhumbuzo Gumede (Traditional Affairs), Mr Thulani Mdadane (Acting: Local Government), Ms Barbara Mgutshini (Acting: Development and Planning and Chief Director: Local Economic Development) Chief Directors: Ms Buhle Ally (Municipal Service Delivery Support and Acting Director: Office of the HOD), Mr Kisa Dlamini (Human Resource Management and Development), Mr Scelo Duma (Acting: Municipal Governance and Administration), Mr Sthembiso Khanyi (Corporate Services), Ms Halima Khunoete (Capacity Building), Ms Joey Krishnan (Municipal Finance), Ms Ayanda Madlala (Finance), Ms Funi Makhanya (Public Participation), Mr Nathi Mpungose (Traditional Governance and Finance), Mr Jonty Ndlazi (Disaster Management Operations), Ms Aah Sekhesa (Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Mandisa Zungu (Acting: Municipal Planning) Directors: Ms Thina Dinga (Internal Control), Dr Nomusa Ndlela (Policy and Research), Mr S Zondi (Legal Services) Senior Management: Mr Sydney Brown (Strategic Senior Manager: Office of the HOD), Ms Princess Mtshali (Acting: Head of Ministry)

HOD MR T TUBANE

Communications Officers: Dr Roman Liptak (Director: Media Liaison and Content Development), Mr Lennox Mabaso (Chief Director: Corporate Communications), Ms Nonala Ndlovu (Director: Corporate Communication) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

1 996 230

1 735 193

1 591 798

Actual Expenditure

1 533 157

1 996 799

1 564 785

Employee Compensation

693 065

657 237

649 603

Goods and Services

829 063

647 055

669 480

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

75 150

73 132

72 926

753

42 533

304 135

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

3 823

1 816

1 860

Posts Filled

1 954

1 593

1 706

DEPARTMENT: COMMUNITY SAFETY AND LIAISON CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 179 Jabu Ndlovu Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 POSTAL: Private Bag X9143, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 341 9300 WEB: www.kzncomsafety.gov.za EMAIL: communications@comsafety.gov.za

community safety and liaison Department: Community Safety and Liaison PROV I NCE OF K W AZ U L U - NATAL

OVERVIEW The vision of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Community Safety and Liaison is safer communities in KZN. Its mission is to be the lead agency in driving the integration of community safety initiatives, towards a crime-free KwaZulu-Natal. The Department’s values are integrity, collaboration, to be results-orientated and proactive. The Department’s strategic outcomes are to realise the improved quality of policing and community police relations. The Department offers the following services: police station monitoring (NMT), domestic violence compliance audit, investigation of complaints against SAPS, case docket audit, establishment of community safety structures (CPF, CSF, Ward Safety Committee, etc.), crime prevention programmes, training and workshop of community safety structures, development of monitoring tools and safety models, and conducting safety priorities research.

MEC MS PN NKONYENI

CFO: Ms Tholakele Simamane Chief Directors: Mr Mvuseni Mnqayi (Provincial Secretariat for the Police), Mr Thamsanqa Mohlomi (Corporate Management)

Senior Management: Ms Nonhle Sandra Chamane (Senior Manager:

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Peggy Neliswa Nkonyeni (MEC: Transport, Community Safety and Liaison) (ANC)

Head of Department: Mr Blessing Sbusiso Gumbi

Coastal Region), Ms Xoliswa Diko (Senior Manager: Integrated Government and Special Projects), Mr Luvuyo Ronald Goniwe (Senior Manager: Provincial Police Oversight and Community Relations), Ms Zandile Gumede (Senior Manager: Security Services),

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

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Mr Sabelo S Kunene (Senior Manager: uMgungundlovu and Harry Gwala), Mrs Khaladi Mbongwe (Senior Manager: eThekwini North, Central and West), Mr Thamsanqa Mohlomi (Acting Senior Manager: Integrated Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Sakhie Ngcobo (Acting Senior Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Ismail Nxumalo (Senior Manager: Zululand and uMkhanyakude), Mr Chris Van Niekerk (Senior Manager: Legal Services), Ms Gail Wannenburg (Senior Manager: Research Unit), Dr Lawrence Musa Zondi (Senior Manager: uThukela, Amajuba and Umzinyathi) Communications Officers: Mr Thubelihle Vilane (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Sindiswa N Zikhali (Head of Communications)

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

235 287

225 123

204 486

Actual Expenditure

204 572

233 783

224 891

Employee Compensation

97 002

92 799

82 089

Goods and Services

132 144

129 928

112 560

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

4 394

1 822

9 774

14 132

3 867

6 270

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

208

209

210

178

183

177

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DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1st Floor, Heritage House, 270 Jabu Ndlovu Street, Pietermaritzburg

POSTAL: Private Bag X9152, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 264 2500 WEB: www.kznedtea.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs is to develop and implement strategies that drive economic growth; be a catalyst for economic transformation and development; provide leadership and facilitate integrated economic planning and development; and create a conducive environment for investment. The Department’s strategic goals are to lead and coordinate integrated economic planning and development; facilitate sustainable and inclusive economic growth to ensure job creation; develop and transform the tourism sector to achieve destination competitiveness; and build a vibrant institution for superior performance.

Ms Sihle Mazibuko (Co-operatives: Area 1), Ms Khosi Mdletshe (BEE Compliance), Mr Boyce Mntambo (Corporate Communications), Mr Nhlanhla Mpondi (Human Resource Management), Ms Lwandlekazi Mqedlana (Intergovernmental Relations), Ms Nomaswazi Mtshali (Policy Determination), Ms Makhosi Mzizi (LED), Mr Samuel Ngcobo (Environmental Management), Mr Wonderboy Peters (Speechwriting Services), Ms Dharshini Raichund (Supply Chain Management), Mr Tsepiso Selepe (Consumer Protection Services), Mr Thami Zondi (Youth Economic Empowerment) Senior Management: Mr Cosmas Hamadziripi (Policy and Planning), Mr Ramesh Harcharan, Sikhumbuzo Mqadi, Mr Logan Naidu (Manager: Human Resource Management), Mr Sithembiso Nkatha (Manager: Legal Services) Communications Officers: Bheki Mbanjwa, Nonhlakanipho Mchunu, Mr Boyce Mntambo (Director: Corporate Communications), Mr Bongani Tembe (Director: PR and Media Liaison)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME MEC MR R PILLAY

HOD MR N NKONTWANA

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

3 294 980

3 022 154

2 798 305

Actual Expenditure

3 224 805

2 910 929

2 696 760

OFFICE BEARERS

Employee Compensation

357 625

334 734

295 109

MEC: Mr Ravi Pillay Head of Department: Mr Nhlakanipho Nkontwana CFO: Ms Zamasomi Mtongana Deputy Directors General: Mr Sihle Mkhize (Sector Development and

Goods and Services

391 774

321 096

301 673

Capital Assets

23 408

11 187

12 025

-

13 063

8 484

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Business Governance), Mr S Myeza (Integrated Economic Development)

HUMAN RESOURCES

Chief Directors: Ms Babalwa Mapisa (Executive Support and Strategy

Posts Approved

919

693

750

Analysis), Mr Fezile Mbuli (Corporate Services), Mr Harry Mchunu (Corporate Communications), Mr Sipho Mkhwanazi (Acting: Tourism Development), Mr Chris Mtshali (Enterprise Development), Mr Bheki Nowele (Environmental Management and Acting Chief Director: Economic Planning), Mr F Nzimande (Tourism Development), Mr Ranveer Persad (Local Economic Development), Ms Fikiswa Pupuma (Trade and Sector Development), Dr Sixtus Sibetha (BEE Initiatives), Ms Navlen Thaver (Business Regulation and Governance) Directors: Dr Sipho Buthelezi (Security and Auxiliary Services), Ms Tantaswa Cici (Trade and Investment), Mr Bonginkosi Dlamini (Environmental Management), Mr Muntu Dube (Small Business Development: Area 2), Mr Simphiwe Fikizolo (Industrial Development and Business Regulations), Ms Zinhle Khwela (Internal Audit), Ms Nomathamsanqa Kunene (Operations), Mr Bheko Madlala (Small Business Development: Area 1), Ms Simangele Manzi (Co-operatives Area 2), Mr Bhekumuzi Mathenjwa (Environmental Management),

Posts Filled

713

521

500

PUBLIC ENTITIES Amafa Heritage AkwaZulu Natali Dube TradePort Corporation (DTPC) Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Authority KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence KZN Growth Fund Moses Kotane Institute Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ) Tourism KwaZulu-Natal Trade and Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN)

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DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Anton Muziwakhe Lembede Building, 3rd Floor, 247 Burger Street, Pietermaritzburg

POSTAL: Private Bag X9137, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 846 5000 / 033 392 1000 / 0860 596 363 WEB: www.kzneducation.gov.za

ED U CATI ON

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education is to provide equitable access to quality education for the people of KwaZulu-Natal. The Department’s strategic goals are to broaden access to education and provide resources; improve schools’ functionality and educational outcomes at all levels; develop human resource and organisational capacity and enhance skills; develop schools into centres of community focus, care and support; ensure good corporate governance, management and an efficient administration; and promote national identity and social cohesion.

MEC MR KI MSHENGU

HOD DR EV NZAMA

Enrichment Programmes), Mr NE Mahaye (Acting: Office of the MEC), Mr MJ Mazibuko (Curriculum Development Programmes), Mr TC Mbanjwa (Acting: Office of the HOD), Mr BV Mlambo (Acting: Administrative Services), Mr MRC Msweli (Acting: Human Resources Management), Mr R Penniston (Acting: Exams and Assessments), Mr L Rambaran (Financial Services), Ms M Thusi (Acting: Supply Chain Management) Senior Management: Dr HP Gumede (General Manager: Rural Education and Inclusive Education), Ms UN Maikoo (General Manager: Supply Chain Management), Adv Bheki Masuku (Senior General Manager: Branch Corporate Management), Mr BV Mlambo (Infrastructure Planning and Delivery Management), Mr Nathi Mpungose (Director: HOD’s Office), Mr Sandile Phakathi (Head of Ministry), Ms V Saunders-Carson (General Manager: Office of the MEC) Communications Officers: Ms Muntu Lukhosi (Media Liaison Officer), Mr Muzi Mahlambi, Roshan Rambarran (Web Content Manager), Ms Balakhile Sishi (Personal Assistant: MEC)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

MEC: Mr Kwazikwenkosi Innocent Mshengu (ANC) Head of Department: Dr Enock Vusumuzi Nzama CFO: Mr L Rambaran Deputy Directors General: Ms Judy Dlamini (Institutional Development

Total Final Appropriation

54 287 636

51 097 164

48 348 053

Actual Expenditure

Support), Adv Bheki Masuku (Corporate Services), Dr JB Mthembu (Curriculum Management and Delivery) Chief Directors: Ms BT Dlamini (Curriculum, Schools and LTSM), Ms TA Gumede (District Operational Management), Ms W Hadebe (Infrastructure Planning and Delivery Management), Ms TPJ Khoza (Acting: Education and Inclusive Education), Ms G Madlala (Social

54 413 496

50 343 929

48 316 485

Employee Compensation

45 415 591

42 269 607

40 061 215

Goods and Services

4 969 343

4 556 583

4 442 992

2 131 262

1 737 111

1 894 237

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 826 261

1 904 650

1 591 626

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

115 905

113 975

114 341

103 806

103 333

103 645

Capital Assets

Posts Approved Posts Filled

DEPARTMENT: HEALTH CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Natalia Building, 11th Floor, 330 Langalibalele Street, Pietermaritzburg

POSTAL: Private Bag X9051, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 395 2111 WEB: www.kznhealth.gov.za

HEAL TH

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health is to develop a sustainable, coordinated and comprehensive health system at all levels, based on the primary health care approach through the district health system. The strategic goals of the Department as outlined in the Strategic Plan 2015 to 2019 are: (1) Strengthen health system effectiveness – the finalisation of enabling policies, frameworks, systems and processes to create the enabling environment for efficient service delivery; improved leadership and management at all levels of the health care system to ensure efficient utilisation of scarce resources; PHC re-engineering with intensified focus on community and household coverage and implementation of the Ideal Clinic Realisation and Maintenance Programme (Operation Phakisa); implementation of turnaround strategies for Emergency Medical Services and Forensic Pathology Services; development and implementation of a Hospital Rationalisation Plan, supported by a comprehensive Communication

Plan, to improve hospital efficiencies; (2) Reduce the burden of disease – implementation and robust monitoring of the Integrated 90-90-90 strategy to reduce the burden of HIV, AIDS and TB and improve health outcomes; integrated strategies for maternal, child and women’s health to reduce morbidities and mortalities; increased focus on the prevention and management of non-communicable diseases, including strategies to increase healthy lifestyle programmes; scale up of programmes for the prevention of malaria to ensure zero new local cases by 2020; (3) Universal health coverage – scale up the roll-out, monitoring and evaluation of National Health Insurance (NHI) initiatives to other districts within the framework of the white paper on NHI; health facility planning and infrastructure delivery informed by analysis to identify infrastructure pressure areas; (4) Strengthen human resources for health – finalise review of organisational structures to inform the Essential Post List and long-term Human Resource Plan; first phase pilot of the Decentralised Training in a PHC Model in northern KZN in partnership with the

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University of KwaZulu-Natal; improve performance management; (5) Improved quality of health care – actively implement and monitor the National Core Standards in all facilities to improve clinical quality and patient satisfaction; improve pharmaceutical procurement and distribution reforms, including implementation of direct delivery and cross-docking model, and community-based distribution of medicines.

MEC MS N SIMELANE

HOD DR S TSHABALALA

Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Londa Langa (Acting: NonCommunicable Diseases), Dr Vuma Magaqa (Acting Chief Information Officer), Mr Ntokozo Maphisa (Acting: Corporate Communications), Mr Steve Mkasi (Legal Services), Mr Jabulani Mndebele (District Health Services), Ms Thembeka Mngqithi (Acting: Risk Assurance Management Services), Mrs Nozipho Mthembu (HRMS – Practices, Development and Planning), Mr Khondlo Mtshali (Supply Chain Management), Ms Thamela Ngcobo (Hospital Services), Dr Mamosa Tshabalala (Acting: Strategic Health Programmes), Ms Nikiwe Zungu (Acting: Clinical Support Services) Senior Management: Dr Qiniso Mlita (Acting Head: Ministry) Communications Officers: Ms Ncumisa Mafunda (Director: External Communication), Ms Khanyi Ndlovu (Director: Internal Communication)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation

45 455 794

42 850 312

40 228 250

MEC: Ms Nomagugu Simelane (ANC) Head of Department: Dr Sandile Tshabalala CFO: Mr Phumelele Shezi (Acting) Deputy Directors General: Dr Teboho Moji (Acting: District Health

Actual Expenditure

45 226 576

42 549 830

39 911 321

28 190 773

26 336 189

24 614 793

14 191 636

13 342 400

12 343 292

2 032 119

1 758 330

1 592 882

Services), Mr Bongani Shezi (Corporate Management Services), Mr Mfowethu Zungu (National Health Insurance) Chief Directors: Mrs Samantha Cheatle (Acting: Executive Support Services and Director: Office of the Head of Health), Mr Sibusiso Dlamini (HRMS – Labour Relations, OES and EHP), Mr Bongi Gcaba (Infrastructure Development), Mr Jack Govender (Service Delivery

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 527 126

902 084

1 832 729

HUMAN RESOURCES

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

83 532

75 361

74 080

Posts Filled

65 589

67 013

68 125

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DEPARTMENT: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 203 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 POSTAL: Private Bag X9157, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 392 6400 WEB: www.kzndhs.gov.za EMAIL: communications@kzndhs.gov.za

HU M AN S ETTL EM ENTS

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Human Settlements is to transform human settlements into liveable neighbourhoods through integrated human settlements programmes in areas with major economic opportunities and empowerment of all designated groups. The Department recognises infrastructure development as a fundamental driver to accelerate the country’s economic recovery. This, together with implementing interventions to create sustainable jobs and promote inclusive growth as well as building a capable, ethical and developmental state, ensures that the Department positively contributes to the promotion of an inclusive and equal society. In response to the current socio-economic environment, the upgrading of informal settlements and provision of permanent services as well as social/rental and community residential units, fast tracking of the Title Deeds Restoration Programme and upscaling of the Serviced Sites Programme remain key priority areas for the Department. The availability of land for self-build projects is also a key intervention to assist those who can afford to build their own homes.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Jomo Sibiya (MEC: Human Settlements and Public Works) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Mdu Zungu CFO: Ms Shirmala Pillay COO: Mr Thulani Bhengu Chief Directors: Mr Praven Appanah (Acting: Strategic and Budgetary Services), Ms Luyanda Kafile (Sustainable Human Settlements), Mr Lindani Khoza (Planning and Development), Ms Renita Soodeyal (Corporate Services) Directors: Ms Odette Anderson (Legal Services), Mr Thula Biyela (Integrated Planning), Mrs Hlengiwe Chili (Rental Housing Tribunal), Ms Yvonne Mathonsi (Executive Support), Ms Zandile Myeni (Finance), Ms Simmi Naiker (Subsidy Administration) Communications Officers: Mr Mbulelo Baloyi (Media Liaison Officer), Mr Ndabendabezinhle Sibiya (Media Liaison Officer), Mr Sandile Sibiya (Director: Communications)

MEC MR J SIBIYA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

HOD MR M ZUNGU

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

4 368 917

3 830 855

4 128 017

Actual Expenditure

4 261 359

3 734 629

4 066 734

Employee Compensation

334 569

320 699

298 724

Goods and Services

188 402

193 886

186 065

17 253

17 837

33 120

589 653

645 477

748 176

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

760

818

760

Posts Filled

705

722

709

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

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DEPARTMENT: PROVINCIAL TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 145 Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 POSTAL: PO Box 3613, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 TEL: 033 897 4200/4547 / 0800 201 049 WEB: www.kzntreasury.gov.za EMAIL: info@kzntreasury.gov.za

TREAS U RY

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Provincial Treasury is to ensure equitable resource allocations for the province of KwaZuluNatal, analyse and monitor government (provincial and local, including their public entities) revenue and expenditure, and instil prudent financial management and good governance. The Department’s goals are to create a spatially-based allocative framework for a balance between basic service delivery and growth of provincial economy, with the objectives of stimulating economic growth and employment creation through funding of strategic investment initiatives, and funding social needs in line with national norms and standards; develop a framework that will create opportunities for the participation of PDIs in the economy, with the objectives of providing funding instruments, and creating an enabling environment for government procurement to enhance opportunities for PDIs; ensure optimum financial and fiscal management, with the objectives of providing appropriate financial management systems, and maximising own revenue; promote good governance, with the objectives of providing a credible risk profile, auditing service delivery performance of spending agencies, and promoting a culture of zero tolerance for fraud and corruption; and optimise human resource development in the Department, with the objectives of providing effective and integrated administrative support to the MEC and the HOD, and providing efficient and effective legal, financial, logistics and IT support services to the Department.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Nomusa Dube-Ncube Head of Department: Mrs Nelisiwe Shezi (Acting HOD and Deputy Director General: Fiscal Resources Management)

MEC MS N DUBE-NCUBE

Audit), Adv SW Mthethwa (General Manager: Provincial SCM Unit), Thulile Ndlovu (PA: HOD), Mr Ndumiso Nkomo (Senior Legal Advisor), Mr Nabeal Price (Senior Manager: Norms and Standards), Mr Christopher Rajah (Manager: Information Technology), Ms Rozelle Smith-Petersen (Senior Manager: IGR), Mr Vusi Xulu (Senior Manager: Auxiliary Services), Ms Idah Zwane-Dlomo (General Manager: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

1 074 711

1 016 112

893 840

Actual Expenditure

705 062

AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

739 273

875 225

Employee Compensation

331 508

299 646

270 780

Goods and Services

327 614

330 375

300 730

7 066

18 842

11 941

668

1 240

27 907

Capital Assets

CFO: Mr Thabani Ndlovu Deputy Directors General: Santanu Moodley (Financial Management) Senior Management: Mrs Kogie Chetty (Senior Manager: Human

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Resource Management and Development), Mr Ntokozo Maphisa (Head of Ministry), Ms Motlalepula Motaung (Senior General Manager: Internal

Posts Approved

441

444

442

Posts Filled

365

377

369

HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 191 Prince Alfred Street, Oliver Tambo House, Pietermaritzburg, 3200

POSTAL: Private Bag X9041 Pietermaritzburg, 3201 TEL: 033 355 5500 WEB: www.kznworks.gov.za EMAIL: Head.Works@kznworks.gov.za

PU B L I C W ORK S

OVERVIEW The vision of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Public Works is an inclusive economy through sustainable infrastructure development and property management. Its mission is to improve the lives of the people of KwaZulu-Natal through sustainable infrastructure development and property management. The Department’s priorities are to eliminate waste and improve service delivery by intensifying the fight against fraud and corruption; focus on poverty alleviation and the creation of work opportunities; address the land and building needs of provincial departments as per their confirmed requests; efficiently and effectively manage the provincial fixed asset register; effectively manage immovable assets in terms of the Government Immovable Asset Management Act (GIAMA) by developing long-term user and custodian asset management plans; meet job creation, skills development and sector transformation

objectives through implementation of established programmes; provide strategic leadership, effective corporate governance and build internal capacity; and implement efficient financial management systems in full compliance with the PFMA, Treasury regulations and practice notes.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr NM (Jomo) Sibiya (MEC: Human Settlements and Public Works) (ANC)

Head of Department: Mr S Majola (Acting) CFO: Mr J Redfearn Deputy Directors General: Mr Phiweyo Duma (Corporate Services) Directors: Mr TP Duma (Human Resources Management), Dr Stanley Gichia (Professional Services), Ms Reinette Harris (Supply Chain Management: Goods and Services), Ms Andaleeb Khan (Legal Services),

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

2 078 925

1 693 037

1 551 848

Actual Expenditure

1 536 631

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2 031 642

1 675 578

Employee Compensation

682 416

617 365

581 342

Goods and Services

236 077

264 823

254 776

48 080

47 014

59 872

454

14 011

11 384

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

1 727

1 761

1 785

Posts Filled

1 636

1 646

1 595

KWAZULU-NATAL

Ms Jean Makhaye (Organisation Development), Ms Nokukhanya Mngomezulu (Security and Facilities Management), Mr Byron Pillay (ERIM), Mr Skhumbuzo Shabangu (Office of the HOD), Mr Glen Sithole (Information Communication and Technology), Mr SK Tsama (SCM: Construction), Mr Nathi Zondi (Strategic Management), Mr Zamo Zwane (Monitoring and Evaluation) Senior Management: Ms Yvonne Mathonsi (Head of Ministry) Communications Officers: Mr Mfanafuthi Ngwabe (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Mr Ndabezinhle Sibiya (Director: Communication)

DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 208 Hassen Haffejee, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 POSTAL: Private Bag X9144, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 264 3001/2/4 WEB: www.kzndsd.gov.za EMAIL: renitha.veerasamy@kznsocdev.gov.za

S OCI AL D EV EL OPM ENT

OVERVIEW The vision of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Social Development is to enhance the quality of life through an integrated system of social development services. Its mission is to be committed to the promotion of development social welfare services and community development for the people of KwaZulu-Natal in partnership with stakeholders, and to transform our society by building conscious and capable citizens through the provision of integrated social development services. The Department seeks to embody the Batho Pele principles in its efforts to ensure that its service provision is done in humane ways and results in positive and sustainable outcomes for the citizens of KwaZulu-Natal. Its Service Delivery Improvement Plan entails all the principles of Batho Pele and will be implemented over the next five years. The Department’s constitutional mandate rests on the basic tenets of the Constitution as embodied in Chapter 2: the Bill of Rights emphasises equality, human dignity, freedom and security of the person, health care, food, water and social security, and the rights of the child.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Nonhlanhla Mildred Khoza (ANC) Head of Department: Mrs Nelisiwe Vilakazi CFO: Mr Brian S Ndaba Deputy Directors General: Ms Phindile N Sithole (Acting) Chief Directors: Ms Fezile Luthuli (Social Services), Mr Dumisani Xaba (Development and Research), Mr Ntokozo Zulu (Acting: Strategy and Systems) Senior Management: Ms Fisani Shabalala (Head of Ministry) Communications Officers: Ms Mashu Cele (Director: Communication), Mr Mhlabunzima Memela (Media Liaison Officer)

MEC MS NM KHOZA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

HOD MRS N VILAKAZI

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

3 587 795

3 329 103

2 998 568

Actual Expenditure

3 542 075

3 296 893

2 916 210

1 596 793

1 499 643

1 367 597

Goods and Services

823 910

646 140

478 716

Capital Assets

160 846

196 287

128 676

100 372

76 808

132 234

2017/18

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

3 946

4 524

4 524

Posts Filled

3 800

3 907

3 907

DEPARTMENT: SPORT AND RECREATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 135 Pietermaritz Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 POSTAL: Private Bag X9141, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 897 9400 WEB: www.kzndsr.gov.za EMAIL: hod@kzndsr.gov.za

S PORT AND

RECREATI ON

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Sport and Recreation is to maximise opportunities through the promotion, development and transformation of sport and recreation to create cohesive and sustainable communities and enhance the quality of life of the citizens of KwaZulu-Natal. The Department’s strategic goals are to promote and contribute to transformation and development of sport and recreation; economic growth and opportunities through sport and recreation; good

governance in sport and recreation; and sound cooperative governance. The responsibilities of the Department are: policy development, within the context of the national sport and recreation policy, with the principal agents being provincial federations and macrobodies; implementation of recreation policy, via the Provincial Recreation Councils (PRORECs); funding of the above agencies; and upgrading of facilities as created by local authorities, for national and provincial events.

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High Performance), Ms Nokuthula Mkhwane (Human Resources Management), Ms L Mothae (Legal Support Services), Mr Mike Mthembu (Organised Recreation), Ms NZ Ndlela (School Sport Promotion and Development), Mr N Ngubane (Supply Chain Management), Ms Remaika Rampersad (Stakeholder Management) Senior Management: Mr Bongani Sibiya (Head of Ministry) Communications Officers: Mr Thabo Mofokeng (Manager: Communications), Sandile Qwabe MEC MS HGS MAVIMBELA

HOD DR T SIFUNDA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Hlengiwe Goodness Slindile Mavimbela (MEC: Arts, Culture, Sport and Recreation) (ANC) Head of Department: Dr Thobile Sifunda CFO: Ms Zinhle Buthelezi Chief Directors: Mr Vijay Balram (Sport Coordination), Mr Mduduzi Msane (Corporate Management Support Services), Mr Sibusiso Ngwane (Chief Director: Policy Planning, Strategy and Institutional Development) Directors: Mr MG Bhengu (Community Sport Promotion and Development), Mrs Thuli Dladla (LeDCommunity Recreation), Ms Nomusa Duma (Administration), Mr FB Mabika (Internal Control and Risk Management), Ms SP Mfeka (Strategic Projects and

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation

R’000

R’000

R’000

482 994

473 716

465 165

Actual Expenditure

481 147

460 154

437 088

129 787

117 179

120 470

256 942

230 272

221 782

11 575

20 993

20 568

7 141

27 009

3 896

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

282

285

384

Posts Filled

256

247

252

DEPARTMENT: TRANSPORT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Inkosi Mhlabunzima Maphumulo House, 172 Burger Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

POSTAL: Private Bag X9043, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 355 8600 WEB: www.kzntransport.gov.za

TRANS PORT

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport is to provide the public with a road transportation system that is safe, integrated, regulated, affordable and accessible. The Department’s core functions are to construct, maintain and repair the provincial road network through constructing and maintaining a balanced road network that meets the mobility needs of the citizens of KwaZulu-Natal, while supporting the national and provincial growth and development strategies; and plan, regulate and provide an integrated transportation system through regulating public transport whilst ensuring access to safe, efficient and affordable public transportation, and facilitating the development of the freight transport industry and the minimisation of the negative externalities resultant from the transportation of freight.

MEC MS PN NKONYENI

Public Transportation Policy Planning), Mr Lawrence XK Mtambo (Empangeni Region), Ms BNP Nogwanya (Ladysmith Region), Ms Bongiwe N Ntombela (Pietermaritzburg Region), Ms Glen Xaba (Strategic Management), Ms M Zwane (Human Resource Management) Directors: Ms J Blunt (Acting: Technology Transfer), Mr VK Chetty (Road Traffic Inspectorate), Ms Bongiwe Kunene (Acting Director: Office of the MEC), Mr R Lindsay (Acting: Engineering Services), Ms Thoko P Mabaso (Road Safety), Ms NP Magutshwa (Acting: Motor Transport Services), Ms T Mbonambi (Office of the HOD), Ms VL Mdletshe (Expanded Public Works Programme), Ms A Ngxoweni (Acting: Regulation and Support), Mr SH Ntuli (Acting: Public Transport Monitoring and Compliance), Ms TV Nzuza (Labour Relations), Ms PF Sibiya (Construction), Mr S Sithole (Public Transport Enforcement Services), Mr C Stretch (Freight Transport), Mr SA Thwala (Public Transport Services) Senior Management: Mr Sibongiseni Samuel Khuzwayo (Senior Manager: Office of the MEC), Mr T Sibuyi (Public Transport Registrar), Mr Kobus van Staden (eNaTIS Information Officer: Agency Support) Communications Officers: Mr Mluleki Mntungwa (Media Liaison Officer: MEC), Mr Kwanele Ncalane (Acting Chief Director: Communications and Director: Media Liaison and Public Relations)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

MEC: Ms Peggy Neliswa Nkonyeni (MEC: Transport, Community Safety

Total Final Appropriation

and Liaison) (ANC)

Actual Expenditure

Head of Department: Mr Siboniso Mbhele CFO: Mr Wayne Evans Deputy Directors General: Ms Simanga Ngubu (Corporate Management Services), Mr Simphiwe Nkosi (Transportation Infrastructure and Regional Services), Mr Fikile Sithole (Transportation Services) Chief Directors: Mr SJ Lunga (Provincial Regulatory Entity and Acting: Traffic Management), Mr Siboniso J Mbhele (Durban Region), Mr SM Mnomiya (Acting: Public and Freight Transport and Director:

R’000

R’000

R’000

12 956 939

12 479 243

11 907 608

9 324 205

10 334 307

9 825 397

Employee Compensation

1 503 726

1 409 789

1 340 605

Goods and Services

4 148 340

4 377 974

3 504 251

2 251 831

3 122 501

3 840 234

2 393 469

3 373 133

5 482 606

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

4 920

4 659

4 513

Posts Filled

4 022

3 952

4 001

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CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 5 Cascades Crescent, Cascades Office Park, Montrose, Pietermaritzburg, 3202

POSTAL: Private Bag X01, Montrose, Pietermaritzburg, 3202 TEL: 033 347 8600 WEB: ada-kzn.co.za EMAIL: info@ada-kzn.co.za

OVERVIEW

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

The Agribusiness Development Agency (ADA) strives to promote, establish, facilitate and support the growth of black owned and managed agricultural enterprises along agricultural value chains in KwaZulu-Natal through partnerships with individuals, communities, private sector and other public sector institutions in order to achieve a transformed agribusiness sector in KwaZulu-Natal. The vision of the ADA is of a diverse, deracialised, prosperous and sustainable agribusiness sector in KwaZulu-Natal.

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets

Chairperson: Mr Thembinkosi Willies Mchunu Board Members: Mr Mthandeni Khumalo, Mrs Nonhlanhla Linda, Inkosi Mbhekiseni Mazibuko, Mr Aubrey Greyling Mthembu, Ms Thandeka Ntshangase CEO: Mr Zenzele Ndlela CFO: Ms Mathobi Mkhize COO: Mr Siyabonga Mazibuko Senior Management: Mrs Doli Mbambo (Manager: Corporate Services) Communications Officers: Ms Palesa Kwitshana (Marketing and Communication Specialist)

R’000

2017/18 R’000

21 427

66 645

39 759

6 133

6 985

6 646

27 560

73 630

46 405

8 883

50 331

29 374

-

-

-

8 883

50 331

29 374

18 677

23 299

17 032

177 116

113 746

115 147

264

913

1 823

176 852

112 834

113 324

Total Expenditure

(181 737)

(107 479)

(109 870)

Employee Costs

(31 688)

(25 397)

(23 887)

(4 621)

6 267

5 277

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(14 503)

(404)

3 545

Investing Activities

(1 143)

(1 994)

(1 645)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

10 338

25 984

28 382

1 951

11 550

16 005

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

55

55

55

Posts Filled

52

52

52

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

AUDIT OUTCOME

2018/19

R’000

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

KWAZULU-NATAL

AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (ADA)

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

HUMAN RESOURCES

AMAFA HERITAGE AKWAZULU NATALI CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 195 Langalibalele Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 POSTAL: PO Box 2685, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 394 6543 WEB: amafainstitute.org.za EMAIL: info@heritagekzn.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of Amafa Heritage AkwaZulu Natali is to strive for excellence in the conservation, management, interpretation and sustainable utilisation of the heritage resources of KwaZulu-Natal for present and future generations. The Entity’s goals are to conserve and manage the full cultural diversity of heritage resources in KwaZulu-Natal; promote the use of the province’s cultural resources in a manner that is equitable and sustainable; encourage and facilitate public access to heritage resources, including encouragement of research, education and living heritage practices; support the tourism industry of the province by providing appropriate facilities and experiences to visitors of the sites; and employ suitably qualified personnel to ensure that the management of heritage resources, and the auxiliary services thereto, is undertaken in a manner that will promote the values of the organisation.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Dr Vikinduku Mnculwane Council Members: Ms Sushila Keshav, Mr D Mhlaba (Chairperson: Built Environment), Mr Nqobani Mzizi, Dr Thelma Ngidi, Mr Themba Shezi, Mr J Sithole, Mr Snothi Thabethe CEO: Dr Mxolisi Dlamuka (Head: Secretariat and Administration) CFO: Mr Akash Rampersad

Senior Management: Mrs TM Dudu Hlongwa (Assistant Director: Multimedia Centre and EOHP), Mrs Busi Masinga (Assistant Director: HR), Mr Siysanga Mbalekwa (Asset Manager), Ms Cheryll Moodley (Assistant Director: Legal Services), Mrs Lindiwe Msomi (Deputy Director: Human Resources), Mr Thilogran Pillay (Assistant Director: Finance) Communications Officers: Mrs Lindiwe Msomi (Deputy Director: Corporate Services)

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

41 802

23 828

22 934

Non-Current Assets

46 638

46 607

47 829

88 439

70 435

70 763

4 847

2 427

1 800

-

-

-

4 847

2 427

1 800

83 592

68 008

68 963

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

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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

KWAZULU-NATAL

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW 65 560

37 394

36 811

Operating Activities

18 949

1 532

33

3 646

3 355

4 513

Investing Activities

(1 042)

11

1 174

41 474

23 567

22 024

-

-

258

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

101

106

106

81

82

82

61 914

34 039

32 298

Total Expenditure

(49 976)

(38 349)

(36 601)

Employee Costs

(32 219)

n/a

(27 587)

15 584

(954)

210

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

DUBE TRADEPORT CORPORATION (DTPC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 7 Umsinsi Junctions, Dube City, La Mercy, 4399 POSTAL: PO Box 57757, King Shaka Airport, 4407 TEL: 032 814 0000 WEB: www.dubetradeport.co.za EMAIL: invest@dubetradeport.co.za

OVERVIEW Dube TradePort Corporation is the operator of the Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone, which was established as a catalyst for economic development, using a combination of its unique location with over 3000 hectares of greenfield developable land, with King Shaka International Airport at its core. Its proximity to the seaports of Durban and Richards Bay as well as its connectivity to a wide-reaching rail and road network, drive the implementation of several integrated infrastructure projects and business operations that come together to create a world-class industrial and commercial precinct. Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone operates several businesses namely: Dube Cargo Terminal, the most secure cargo terminal in Africa, which is directly linked to both King Shaka International Airport and Dube TradeZone and through Dube AiRoad, also operates a fleet of dry and refrigerated trucks as well as commercial vehicles to bridge the last mile between road and airfreight; Dube TradeZone, a light industrial manufacturing, assembly and logistics precinct that provides an enabling environment for aerospace and aviation-linked manufacturing and related services, electronics manufacturing and assembly, medical and pharmaceutical production and distribution, clothing and textiles, and automotive component manufacturing; Dube City, a modern business and commercial centre, three minutes from the King Shaka International Airport passenger terminal; Dube AgriZone, Africa’s first integrated perishables supply chain, with world-class glass greenhouses, packhouses and distribution centres where the precinct caters to agriculture and agro-processing operators, including horticulture, aquaculture and floriculture. It also houses a specialised tissue culture laboratory (Dube AgriLab); Dube iConnect, which provides voice and data services to developments within the precinct, as well as cloud computing solutions; and King Shaka International Airport, owned and operated by Airports Company South Africa, which has the longest sealevel runway (3.7km) in South Africa, capable of accommodating the latest new-generation wide-bodied aircraft.

CEO: Mr Hamish Erskine (Executive: ICTG, Dube iConnect, Air Services and Marketing) CFO: Ms Ayesha Swalah COO: Kayalethu Ngqaka (Executive: Special Economic Zone, Property Operations and Sales) Senior Management: Ms Nolufefe Ali (Executive: Corporate Affairs), Mlibo Bantwini (Dube AgriZone and Cargo Terminal Executive), Mr Ricardo Isaac (Manager: Dube Cargo Terminal), Ms Dumi Mbatha (Manager: Investment Promotions), Mr Owen Mungwe (Development, Planning and Infrastructure Executive), Mr Nkosinathi Nsele (Manager: Dube AgriZone) Communications Officers: Mr Vincent Zwane (Marketing and Communications Officer) 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

976 781

1 041 810

1 051 406

3 977 152

3 784 664

3 628 193

4 953 933

4 826 475

4 679 598

93 945

176 026

245 245

21 239

26 250

24 174

115 184

202 276

269 419

4 838 749

4 624 198

4 410 179 475 884

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

641 003

607 297

Exchange Transactions

159 066

135 386

121 843

Non-Exchange Transactions

481 937

471 911

354 040

Total Expenditure

(425 406)

(400 523)

(410 553)

Employee Costs

(109 672)

(105 080)

(101 579)

214 551

206 043

65 330

OFFICE BEARERS

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Chairperson: Dr Bridgette Gasa Deputy Chairperson: Mr Paulos Ngcobo Board Members: Ms Ann Easton (Company Secretary), Ms Nokhana

Operating Activities

255 332

224 587

384 744

Investing Activities

(319 351)

(271 414)

(154 091)

883 236

947 255

994 355

500

607

125

Moerane, Mr Themba Ndlovu, Mr Siyabonga Nene, Mr Richard Vallihu, Mr Mpumelelo Zikalala

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

EZEMVELO KZN WILDLIFE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1 Peter Brown Drive, Montrose, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 POSTAL: PO Box 13053, Cascades, 3202 TEL: 033 845 1999 WEB: www.kznwildlife.com

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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 Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife is to ensure effective conservation and sustainable use of KwaZulu-Natal’s biodiversity in collaboration with stakeholders for the benefit of present and future generations. Ezemvelo is mandated to direct the management of nature conservation within the province, protected areas, and the development and promotion of ecotourism facilities within the protected areas; and ensure the proper efficient and effective management of the conservation service.

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

192 643

274 094

329 772

Non-Current Assets

723 794

723 972

746 093

916 437

998 066

1 075 865

289 124

273 604

303 259

61 375

67 022

65 107

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Liabilities

350 499

340 626

368 636

Chairperson: Dr William Mngoma Deputy Chairperson: Ms Seeng Lebenya Board Members: Mr Ntsikelelo Dlulane (Acting CEO), Mr Ian Ewing,

Total Net Assets

565 938

657 440

707 229 1 105 880

Mr Robert Haswell, Ms Diana Hoorzuk, Mr Bonginkosi Mthembu, Mr Sipho Mtolo, Mr Vusi Mvelase, Ms Sinegugu Ncube, Mr Thulisa Ndlela, Mr Sihle Ndlovu, Ms Thandeka Ntshangase CEO: Mr Ntsikelelo Dlulane (Acting) CFO: Mr Darius Chitate Senior Management: Mr Sthabiso Chiliza (General Manager: Business Development), Mr Teboho Mokoena (Managing Executive: Commercial Services), Ms Thandiwe Nkosi (General Manager: Human Resources)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

1 051 988

1 095 088

Exchange Transactions

227 805

367 751

401 234

Non-Exchange Transactions

825 183

727 337

704 646

Total Expenditure

(1 143 490)

(1 144 876)

(1 106 788)

Employee Costs

(808 734)

(762 350)

(770 810)

(92 502)

(49 788)

(908)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

KWAZULU-NATAL

BOOKMARKS

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(32 924)

14 119

105 538

Investing Activities

(53 942)

(60 864)

(3 433)

147 199

231 115

231 115

6 931

5 087

7 396

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 121

2 247

2 241

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

ITHALA DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORATION LIMITED CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Ithala Trade Centre, 29 Canal Quay Road, Waterfront, Durban POSTAL: PO Box 2801, Durban, 4066 TEL: 031 907 8911 WEB: www.ithala.co.za EMAIL: Customerservice@ithala.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited is to drive economic development and empowerment, whilst remaining financially sustainable. The nature of their business includes: business finance, industrial and commercial property development and management, retail banking services, home loan products, and insurance services. The Corporation’s strategic objectives are to mobilise financial resources and provide financial and supportive services; plan, execute, finance and monitor the implementation of development projects and programmes; promote, assist and encourage the development of human resources and social, economic, financial and physical infrastructure; promote, encourage and facilitate private sector investment and the participation of private sector and community organisations in development projects and programmes, and in contributing to economic growth and development; and act as the government’s agent for performing any development-related tasks and responsibilities that the government considers may be more efficiently or effectively performed by a corporate entity.

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

2 345 487

2 182 271

2 246 607

5 204 231

5 171 612

4 850 678

7 552 552

7 357 530

7 097 285

602 383

441 891

450 473

2 744 776

2 738 277

2 649 065

3 347 159

3 180 168

3 099 538

4 205 394

4 177 364

3 997 747

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

1 209 854

1 414 797

1 526 296

Total Expenditure

(1 198 705)

(1 187 387)

(1 243 842)

Employee Costs

(404 859)

(411 443)

(415 919)

11 149

227 410

282 454

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW 205 146

16 932

225 728

OFFICE BEARERS

Operating Activities Investing Activities

(184 579)

(345 760)

(362 158)

Chairperson: Mr Roshan Morar Deputy Chairperson: Mr Siphesihle Mkhize Board Members: Mr Chris Gina, Ms Masaccha Khulekelwe Mbonambi,

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

1 529 210

1 351 975

1 494 861

26 208

23 223

21 773

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Mr Sihle Ndlovu, Ms Precious Nompumelelo Sibiya

SUBSIDIARIES

CEO: Ms Pearl Bengu CFO: Mrs Farhana Amod (Group CFO) Senior Management: Mrs Farhana Abdool-Kader (Acting: Properties

Ithala SOC Limited Ubuciko Twines and Fabrics

Executive), Mrs Thulisile Galelekile (Acting: Group HR, Marketing and Communications Executive), Mr Bonginkosi Shangase (Business Finance Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Sibusiso Goba (PR and Communications Officer)

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

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KWAZULU-NATAL FILM COMMISSION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 115 Musgrave Road, Berea, Durban, 4001 POSTAL: PO Box 5274, Durban, 4000 TEL: 031 325 0200 WEB: www.kwazulunatalfilm.co.za EMAIL: info@kwazulunatalfilm.co.za

OVERVIEW The mandate of the KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission (KZNFC) is to make the province a film production centre. In 2014/2015, the KZNFC developed systems and policies to support and attract national and international role-players in the film industry. Its vision is to position KwaZulu-Natal as a globally competitive, diverse and sustainable industry and choice film destination and to facilitate effective support throughout the value chain to the local and international film industry stakeholders in order to create opportunities and to grow the KwaZulu-Natal film industry. Its objectives include: developing, promoting and marketing the province locally and internationally as a global destination for film production; facilitating investment in the film industry in the province; providing and encouraging the provision of opportunities for persons, especially from disadvantaged communities, to enter and participate in the film industry, addressing historical imbalances in the infrastructure and in the distribution of skills and resources in the film industry, and contributing to an enabling environment for job creation in the film industry.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Nise Malange Deputy Chairperson: Mr Musa Mzimela Board Members: Ms Leonie Berning, Ms Nozizwe Mthembu, Ms Linda Ngcobo, Mr Sanele Zondi

CEO: Ms Carol Coetzee Communications Officers: Mthokozisi Buthelezi (Marketing and Communications Specialist)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

50 621

32 278

21 451

18 152

20 407

7 709

68 774

52 685

29 161

3 554

4 484

5 046

-

-

-

3 554

4 484

5 046

65 219

48 201

24 115

94 591

99 286

86 557

4 053

3 019

2 714

90 538

96 267

83 843

Total Expenditure

(77 553)

(75 062)

(85 340)

Employee Costs

(22 511)

(19 433)

(16 393)

10 018

24 087

1 208

30 772

17 373

(900)

(255)

(15 690)

1 892

49 849

19 331

17 649

1 772

15 952

1 220

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

32

36

36

Posts Filled

22

26

22

KWAZULU-NATAL GAMING AND BETTING BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: KZNGBB House, Redlands Estate, 1 George Macfarlane Lane, Wembley, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

POSTAL: Private Bag X9102, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 TEL: 033 345 2714 WEB: www.kzngbb.org.za EMAIL: enquiries@kzngbb.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Gaming and Betting Board is to protect the interests of the public by ensuring the integrity of legalised gambling through strict enforcement of applicable legislation, the licensing of qualified entities and individuals, and fulfilling the objectives of the provincial government to deliver a significant source of revenue, enhance tourism, develop and transform the gaming and horse racing industry, whilst promoting broad socio-economic and employment opportunities. The Board’s strategic objectives are to license, investigate and roll-out new gambling initiatives; conduct revenue and compliance monitoring audits within the gaming industry; ensure effective legal services and risk management; ensure good governance and compliance; minimise illegal gambling, fraud and corruption; and ensure effective management of the Board’s financial resources in line with the statutory requirements.

CEO: Ms Portia Baloyi CFO: Mr Vishal Ramdas Senior Management: Mr R Bestel (Betting Monitoring and Control), Mr Richard Goodayle (Gaming Monitoring and Control), Mr M Ngwenya (Chief Legal Advisor), Mrs Jane Stretch (Governance, Risk and Compliance) Communications Officers: Ms Clarissa Naidoo (Manager: Communications)

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

103 571

96 854

95 662

5 823

4 429

6 176

109 394

101 283

101 838

56 367

38 717

32 783

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

56 367

38 717

32 783

Total Net Assets

53 026

62 566

69 055

Total Assets

OFFICE BEARERS

Current Liabilities

Chairperson: Dr SG Ngcobo Deputy Chairperson: Ms MP Myeni Board Members: Mr LS Gabela, Prof BS Stobie, Adv KP Thango

Non-Current Liabilities

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

75 896

73 484

90 626 27 430

Exchange Transactions

31 095

31 174

Non-Exchange Transactions

44 801

42 310

63 196

Total Expenditure

(85 436)

(79 962)

(66 775)

Employee Costs

(57 209)

(48 865)

(44 951)

(9 540)

(6 478)

23 851 25 419

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

87

87

2017/18 87

Posts Filled

76

70

69

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

KWAZULU-NATAL

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

CASH FLOW 11 705

517

Investing Activities

Operating Activities

(3 370)

(729)

(807)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

101 493

93 159

93 371

8

3 001

1 176

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

KWAZULU-NATAL LIQUOR AUTHORITY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1st Floor Marine Building, 22 Dorothy Nyembe Street, Durban, 4000

POSTAL: PO Box 2853, Durban, 4000 TEL: 031 302 0600 WEB: www.kznlqa.co.za EMAIL: info@kznlqa.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Authority is to ensure proper regulation and control of the retail sale and micromanufacture of liquor in the province of KZN through effective policies, strategies and partnerships. The foremost aim of the Liquor Authority is to ensure that the objectives of the Liquor Licensing Act are accomplished. The objectives of the Liquor Licensing Act are to provide for the regulation of the micromanufacturing and retail sale of liquor; reduce the socio-economic and other costs of alcohol abuse; provide for public participation in the consideration of applicants for registration; and promote the development of a responsible and sustainable retail and micromanufacturing liquor industry in a manner that facilitates the entry of new participants, diversity of ownership and an ethos of social responsibility in the industry.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

9 441

8 282

14 654

Non-Current Assets

6 336

6 461

3 319

15 777

14 743

17 973

6 252

9 536

8 394

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

6 252

9 536

8 394

Total Net Assets

9 525

5 208

9 578

84 866

81 471

76 191

186

60

103

84 680

81 411

76 088

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

Non-Exchange Transactions

Chairperson: Ms Mbali Myeni Deputy Chairperson: Prof Bonke Dumisa Board Members: Dr Stella Khumalo, Inkosi Mabhudu Tembe,

Total Expenditure

(80 544)

(85 849)

(78 874)

Employee Costs

(46 114)

(46 521)

(41 971)

4 318

(4 370)

(2 683)

Mr Mfundo Thango (Chairperson: Audit and Risk Committee) CEO: Mr Bheki Mbanjwa (Acting) CFO: Ms Ongeziwe Cingo (Acting) Senior Management: Ms Yasmin Bacus (Executive Manager: Compliance and Enforcement and Acting Executive Manager: Social Responsibility), Moeletsi Tsautse (Executive Manager: Licensing and Administration) Communications Officers: Vuyani Dimba

CASH FLOW

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year Operating Activities

2 228

(1 292)

766

Investing Activities

(1 147)

(4 775)

(902)

8 372

7 465

13 800

-

149

178

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

97

97

100

Posts Filled

86

91

95

KWAZULU-NATAL SHARKS BOARD MARITIME CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1A Herrwood Drive, Umhlanga Ridge, Umhlanga, 4320 POSTAL: Private Bag 2, Umhlanga Ridge, Umhlanga, 4320 TEL: 031 566 0400 WEB: www.shark.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence is to offer environmentally sensitive bather protection against sharks and a thriving maritime skills sector that enhances inclusive economic growth. The mission of the Board is to strive to be a leader in environmentally sensitive protection of bathers against sharks and in capacity building in the maritime sector.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Precious Funiwe Lungayeni Deputy Chairperson: Mr Innocent Bheki Dladla Board Members: Dr DR Holness, Mr Sibusiso Jetro Khoza, Ms R Naidoo, Ms Sibusisiwe Maureen Ngcobo, Mr Pascal Zulu

CEO: Mr Harry Mbambo (Acting) CFO: Bongiwe Majola (Acting)

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

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Senior Management: Mr Matt Dickens (Acting Head: Research),

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Ms Mpho Lekoba (Acting: Executive Business Development), Siduduzo Memela (Acting Head: Corporate Services), Mr Greg Thompson (Acting Head: Operations) Communications Officers: Mr Mthobisi Mbhense

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18 102 001

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

111 967

103 602

Exchange Transactions

37 229

32 876

35 922

Non-Exchange Transactions

74 738

70 726

66 079

Total Expenditure

(113 551)

(100 396)

(103 268)

Employee Costs

(60 226)

(55 966)

(60 032)

(10 110)

(5 117)

(3)

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Operating Activities

12 322

6 776

7 814

34 835

32 303

36 791

Investing Activities

(248)

(12 375)

(8 231)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

27 179

23 516

29 237

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

5 459

3 883

501

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

194

173

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 053 267

537 630

408 304

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

72 997

82 524

80 426

107 832

114 827

117 217

19 222

15 036

10 013

Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

6 812

7 881

6 881

26 034

22 917

16 894

81 798

91 910

100 323

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

KZN GROWTH FUND CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 28th Floor, Delta Towers, 303 Dr Pixley Kaseme Street, Durban, 4001

POSTAL: PO Box 1817, Durban, 4000 TEL: 031 372 3720 WEB: www.kzngrowthfund.co.za EMAIL: info@kzngrowthfund.co.za

OVERVIEW The mandate of the KZN Growth Fund is to provide competitive and innovative finance to private sector investments that unlock growth opportunities in the KwaZulu-Natal province, promote Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) and create employment opportunities. The Fund’s principal objective is to steer sustainable economic development by financing medium- and large-scale infrastructure projects within the province. Its strategic objectives are to increase investments into the province, improve competitiveness of the regional economy and broaden participation of historically disadvantaged individuals in the economy.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Siphile Buthelezi Board Members: Mr Ashvir Dhuki, Mr Silas Hlophe, Adv Khaya Thango, Ms Bongekile Zulu CEO: Mr Lwazi Zondi CFO: Ms Nonhle Jali

Senior Management: Ms Nonkhwezi Nhassengo (EXCO: Chief Investment Officer), Mr Nkosinathi Nkosi (EXCO: Chief Risk Officer)

Communications Officers: Ms Ayesha Asmal (Executive Assistant: Office of the CEO)

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

242 254

791 270

908 940

1 295 522

1 328 900

1 317 244

114 685

81 799

2 680

46

576

1 504

114 731

82 375

4 184

1 180 791

1 246 525

1 313 060

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

111 691

99 696

161 253

(234 625)

(211 508)

(148 393)

(23 960)

(22 008)

(22 264)

(122 933)

(111 812)

12 859

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Filled

99 000

164 959

51 107

(179 997)

(368 193)

(41 238)

119 378

144 285

293 119

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

57

n/a

n/a

MJINDI FARMING CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Makhathini Flats, 3969 POSTAL: PO Box 28, Jozini, 3969 EMAIL: AdminM@mjindifarming.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of Mjindi Farming is to develop and sustain the agricultural potential, supply effective farmer support services and maximise agribusiness development for the benefit of the farmers and communities of Makhathini, in partnership with stakeholders. The Entity’s mandate is to repair and upgrade the existing 3 500ha currently under irrigation; sustain the Makhathini Irrigation Scheme as a viable and sustainable farmer settlement project; transform Mjindi

Farming into a land user/landowner/farmer drive entity; assist with the planned and approved expansion of the irrigation scheme (area in total aimed for is 15 000ha) for the settlement of additional farmers; assist and support the shareholders with the planning and implementation of the Makhathini Integrated Master Development Plan; and explore and facilitate new agribusiness opportunities in the irrigation scheme.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Richard Dladla Deputy Chairperson: Ms T Ntshangase Board Members: Mr John Mlambo, Mr Fredman Myeni, Mr Dumisani Myeni, Mrs BK Ndimande, Mr Richard Nhlebela

CEO: Ms PT Khumalo (Acting)

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

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CFO: Mrs Sizeka Ngidi Senior Management: Mrs TNF Memela (Human Resources Manager),

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

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

Exchange Transactions

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

23 594

18 175

21 298

56 784

57 842

58 000

80 378

76 018

79 298

2 590

2 422

5 072

Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

-

-

23

2 590

2 422

5 095

77 788

73 596

74 203

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2018/19

2017/18

62 600

58 800

56 781

8 606

7 669

7 657

53 995

51 131

49 124 (58 200)

Total Expenditure

(58 408)

(61 992)

Employee Costs

(24 157)

(22 544)

n/a

4 193

(3 192)

(1 419)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

1 711

(2 845)

3 181

(1 976)

(1 551)

(1 624)

2 383

2 657

7 085

826

1 990

4

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

92

n/a

92

Posts Filled

66

n/a

55

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

KWAZULU-NATAL

Total Revenue Non-Exchange Transactions

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Mr ME Thekiso (Senior Engineer), Mr W Tom (Senior Manager: Farmer Development Support) Communications Officers: Lihle Mthembu

MOSES KOTANE INSTITUTE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1st Floor, 29 South, 7 Umsinsi Junction, La Mercy, KwaZulu-Natal, 4399

POSTAL: PO Box 2357, Westville, 3629 TEL: 031 266 1777 WEB: www.moseskotaneinstitute.com EMAIL: info@moseskotane.com

OVERVIEW The vision of Moses Kotane Institute is to be an internationally recognised institute driving economic development through research in KwaZulu-Natal. Its mission is to provide relevant and innovative research supported by expert advice for the realisation of inclusive and sustainable economic growth in KwaZulu-Natal. The Institute’s mandate is to conduct world-class research to respond to the needs of the provincial economy. Its values are professionalism, quality, integrity and ubuntu.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Sphelele Khomo Deputy Chairperson: Mr Thinta Chibane Board Members: Mr Mel Clark, Mr Tshepo David Khoza, Dr Isaac Machi, Ms Senamile KN Masango, Ms Mbali Myeni, Dr Vusimuzi Nzama, Mr Clive Bheka Zulu CEO: Ms Thandeka Ellenson CFO: Mr Deon Govender (Acting) Senior Management: Dr Simphiwe Buthelezi (Head: Research), Mr Elton Chinyanga (Middle Management: Economics), Ms Innocnetia Dlamini (Middle Management: IST), Dr Langa Dlamini (Executive Manager: Maritime and Econometrics), Ms Sindiswe Khumalo (Middle Management: Monitoring and Evaluation), Adv Thembelihle Mapipa (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Thabani Mbonambi (Acting Middle Management: Innovation), Ms Lunghile Mhlaba (Middle Management: Statistics), Mr Vusi Mhlongo (Acting Executive Manager: Innovation and Technology), Ms Nompilo Mngoma (Middle Management: Human Resources), Mr Andile Nduku (Middle Management: Finance), Mr Asand Tose (Middle Management: ICT), Dr Thembinkosi Twalo (Middle Management: Skills Development Research and Partnerships) Communications Officers: Ms Nokuthula Shongwe (Digital Communications Specialist)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

67 745

24 055

24 722

Non-Current Assets

16 463

4 392

4 715

84 208

28 447

29 437

34 356

8 303

1 764

8 641

-

-

42 997

8 303

1 764

41 211

20 144

27 673

90 586

58 330

54 967

1 944

2 195

153

88 642

56 135

54 814

Total Expenditure

(71 228)

(67 246)

(38 448)

Employee Costs

(17 308)

(9 853)

(8 158)

21 029

(7 533)

17 487

Operating Activities

47 398

(446)

17 204

Investing Activities

(1 764)

(182)

(41)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

67 245

22 589

23 217

-

-

-

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

RICHARDS BAY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE (RBIDZ) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: RBIDZ Office Complex, 4 Harbour Arterial, Alton, Richards Bay, 3900

POSTAL: Private Bag X1005, Richards Bay, 3900 TEL: 035 797 2600 WEB: www.rbidz.co.za EMAIL: info@rbidz.co.za

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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 Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ) is to provide a conducive environment that attracts appropriate investment for sustainable economic development. The Zone’s strategic goals are to: promote good governance and ensure legislative compliance; establish a world-class IDZ infrastructure; establish a sustainable IDZ; and attract fixed investment in exportorientated manufacturing and services industries. The purpose of proclaiming the RBIDZ was to: facilitate the creation of an industrial complex having strategic economic advantage; provide the location for the establishment of strategic investments; enable the exploitation of resource-intensive industries; take advantage of existing industrial capacity, and promote integration with local industry and value-added production; create employment and other economic and social benefits in the region in which it is located; be consistent with any applicable national policies and laws, as determined by appropriate environmental, economic and technical analyses; develop and operate an IDZ in the area designated in the operator permit; provide quality services infrastructure to attract internationally competitive, exportorientated manufacturing businesses; take ownership of the assets and affairs of the Zone and be responsible for ongoing management and maintenance thereof; establish a one-stop service centre and provide commensurate human resources capacity, expertise and suitable technologies; make arrangements for and mobilise requisite resources for the development of the Zone; and operate in a manner that recognises that the shareholder is prioritising development, socio-economic improvement and long-term sustainability, rather than financial profit.

CFO: Ms Simangele Ngcobo Senior Management: Mr Percy Langa (Acting Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Simthembile Mapu (Executive Manager: Business Development and Support) Communications Officers: Choice Sihiya (Stakeholder and Communications Manager), Ms Zodwa Zikalala (Brand and Marketing Manager)

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

752 874

646 258

725 824

763 655

681 069

966

1 516 528

1 327 327

726 790

286 076

128 585

574 842

90

90

90

286 166

128 948

574 932

1 230 363

1 198 378

151 857

197 071

172 911

84 534

41 598

38 032

37 495

155 473

134 879

47 039

Total Expenditure

(165 087)

(125 407)

(84 065)

Employee Costs

(37 423)

(33 913)

(32 032)

31 984

46 737

470

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

OFFICE BEARERS

Operating Activities

191 752

125 113

(36 647)

Chairperson: Mr Mel Clark Board Members: Mr Silas Zwelakhe Hlope, Ms Susan Mangole,

Investing Activities

(19 824)

(72 436)

(89 087)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

657 008

485 079

432 403

Ms Mapule Merriam Gugu Mashiteng, Mr Elphas Mbatha, Mr Mduduzi Mhlongo, Ms Mbali Ndlovu, Dr Sakhile Ngcobo, Ms Cynthia Vilakazi, Mr Sanele Siyabonga Zondi CEO: Mr Thabane Wiseman Zulu

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

95

-

-

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

63

61

47

Posts Filled

47

42

35

TOURISM KWAZULU-NATAL CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 29 Canal Quay Road, Point Waterfront, Durban, 4001 POSTAL: PO Box 2516, Durban, 4000 TEL: 031 366 7500 WEB: zulu.org.za EMAIL: info@zulu.org.za

OVERVIEW Tourism KwaZulu-Natal is charged with the responsibility, directly and indirectly, for the development, promotion and marketing of tourism into and within the province. The mission of the Entity is to initiate, facilitate, coordinate and implement strategic tourism marketing and demand-driven tourism development programmes, which will grow tourism, thereby serving to achieve the transformation of the tourism sector within the province and the provision of economic benefits to all stakeholders and the province. The Entity’s objectives include: increasing foreign arrivals; increasing the share of domestic visitors; increasing tourism expenditure (spend); reducing foreign seasonality; increasing geographic spread; improving destination image and service excellence; promoting responsible and demand-driven tourism development and accessibility; fostering strategic leadership; promoting transformation; and providing an enabling environment.

Prof Thokozani Nzimakwe, Dr Usha Roopnarain (Chairperson: Human Resources and Compensation Committee) CEO: Ms Phindile Makwakwa (Acting) CFO: Mr L Sidaki COO: Ms P Makwakwa Senior Management: Mr A Bidesi (Senior Manager: Information and Communication Technology), Ms T Galelekile (General Manager: Marketing), Mr N Khumalo (General Manager: Tourism Development) Communications Officers: Ms Siphokazi Canca (Acting PR Coordinator), Ms Nhlanhla Ngwenya (Communications Coordinator)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

72 251

66 143

37 301

2 910

3 452

4 079

75 161

69 595

41 380

77 727

54 295

20 057

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

77 727

54 295

20 057

Total Net Assets

(2 561)

15 300

21 323

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

OFFICE BEARERS

Current Assets

Chairperson: Mr Sithembiso Madlala Deputy Chairperson: Ms Patricia Lebenya Board Members: Mr Terence Delomoney (Chairperson: Marketing

Non-Current Assets

and Tourism Development Committee), Mr Michael Jackson, Mr Thami Mzileni (Chairperson: Convention Bureau Committee), Mr Paulos Ngcobo (Chairperson: Audit and Risk Committee), Prof Thandi Nzama,

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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

Total Revenue

171 330

162 371

124 222

1 502

588

528

169 828

16 783

123 694

Total Expenditure

(189 191)

(168 394)

(116 142)

Employee Costs

(46 150)

(43 132)

(41 866)

(17 861)

(6 023)

8 080

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Operating Activities

15 298

23 482

24 612

Investing Activities

(925)

(783)

(509)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

68 080

53 717

31 008

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

25 882

19 629

2 776

CASH FLOW

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

70

70

70

Posts Filled

59

58

56

TRADE AND INVESTMENT KWAZULU-NATAL (TIKZN)

KWAZULU-NATAL

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Trade & Investment House, 1 Arundel Close, Kingsmead Office Park, Kingsmead Boulevard, Stalwart Simelane Street, Durban

POSTAL: PO Box 4245, Durban, 4000 TEL: 031 368 9600 WEB: www.tikzn.co.za EMAIL: info@tikzn.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of Trade and Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN) is to identify and package investment opportunities in KZN, brand and market KZN as an investment destination, link opportunities to the developmental needs of the KZN community, and ensure easy access to investment and export trade opportunities. The Entity aims to deliver effective services and support to its clients and stakeholders through job creation, spatial development, sector development and rural development. This will be achieved through attracting, developing and retaining high-performing employees who have the skills and competencies required to manage key internal business processes, including the marketing of TIKZN as an investment promotion agency; enhancing the research and knowledge capabilities of TIKZN and making use of technology as an enabler for TIKZN’s business; ensuring compliance with corporate governance and financial reporting standards; and advocating for a conducive business environment in KZN and marketing the province as a premier business destination.

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

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

44 394

52 586

45 698

5 733

7 512

9 470

60 099

55 168

48 370

44 247

31 967

198

-

11

48 568

44 247

31 978

1 559

15 852

23 189

100 830

89 427

95 334

1 010

1 086

529

99 820

88 341

94 805

Total Expenditure

(115 123)

(94 792)

(83 547)

Employee Costs

(44 227)

(40 011)

(39 939)

(14 293)

(5 365)

11 785

(7 443)

6 402

14 417

(717)

(740)

(9 600)

41 556

49 741

44 182

412

352

282

2017/18

Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Chairperson: Mrs Ina Cronje Deputy Chairperson: Ms LCZ Cele Board Members: Mr Gary Bell, Ms NNC Gumbi, Ms U Maharaj,

CASH FLOW

Mr K Shandu

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

Strategy and Operations), Mr Claude Moodley (Executive Manager: Export Promotion), Ms Dumisile Nene (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Sihle Ngcamu (Executive Manager: Investment Promotion)

2018/19 Financially Unqualified

50 127

Total Assets

OFFICE BEARERS

CEO: Mr Neville Matjie CFO: Ms Zamasomi Msomi Senior Management: Ms Thulisile Galelekile (Executive Manager:

2019/20

Operating Activities Investing Activities

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

65

65

64

Posts Filled

51

46

44

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

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PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE The Limpopo Provincial Legislature consists of 49 members, elected by proportional representation. Since the elections on 7 May 2014, the ANC has held a majority of seats in the Legislature.

The parties holding seats are:

KEY STATISTICS

AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

38 24

ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS

7 3

DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE

3 2

LAND AREA 125 754km2

FREEDOM FRONT PLUS

1

LAND PERCENTAGE 10.3%

GEOGRAPHY

PEOPLE

PREMIER The head of the Provincial Executive is the Premier, who is elected by the Provincial Legislature from among its members. The current Premier of Limpopo is Mr Chupu Stanley Mathabatha.

5 799 090

2 247 252

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENTS The Premier appoints an Executive Council consisting of members of the Provincial Legislature. The Members of the Executive Council (MECs) are responsible for the various departments of the provincial administration. The current departments and MECs are: DEPARTMENT

MEC

Agriculture and Rural Development

Ms Nanda Annah Ndalane

Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs

Mr Rodgers Basikopo Makamu

Economic Development, Environment and Tourism

Mr Thabo Andrew Mokone

Education

Ms Shela Paulina Boshielo

Health

Dr Phophi Constance Ramathuba

Provincial Treasury

Mr Seaparo Charles Sekoati

Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure

Mr Namane Dickson Masemola

Social Development

Ms Christian Nkakareng Rakgoale

Sport, Arts and Culture

Ms Thandi Moraka

Transport and Community Safety

Ms Mavhungu Lerule Ramakhanya

PUBLIC ENTITIES The Provincial Government has, through its legislative capacity, the power to establish state-owned public entities. The role of these public entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a rule each public entity reports to a responsible official in the Provincial Executive (usually an MEC or the Premier). Current public entities include:

89,5

38,8

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

19.1%

11.5%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

29.4%

49.5%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,8

HOUSEHOLDS 1 601 083 88.9%

5.1%

4.8%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

Gateway Airports Authority Limited (GAAL) Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA) Limpopo Gambling Board Limpopo Tourism Agency Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL)

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

64.7&

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

25.1%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

93.7%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 1, 2021, published by Stats SA.

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CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Lebowakgomo Government Complex, Lebowakgomo POSTAL: Private Bag X9309, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 633 8000 WEB: www.limpopoleg.gov.za EMAIL: info@limpopoleg.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Limpopo Provincial Legislature is an autonomous institution and an agent for transformation that strives to: defend, strengthen, deepen and maintain democracy; make quality laws and policies for the citizens of the province; have an effective and meaningful participation of the citizens in the lawmaking processes; articulate the needs and desires of the citizens; be a transparent, consultative and accountable institution; maintain norms set nationally for eradication of racism and gender imbalances; ensure provision and retention of competent skills, and efficient utilisation of human resources.

DEPUTY SPEAKER MR AJD NDOU

OFFICE BEARERS 2019 General Election seat allocation: ANC 38, EFF 7, DA 3, VF PLUS 1 Speaker: Ms Reneiloe Rosemarry Molapo (ANC) Deputy Speaker: Mr Azwindini Jeremiah Dingaa Ndou (ANC)

Members: Ms Mokgadi Johanna Aphiri Ms Shela Paulina Boshielo Mr Modikane Joseph Buthane Ms Nakedi Grace Kekana Ms Kedibone Margret Lebea Ms Nakedi Maria Lekganyane Mr Risham Maharaj Ms Mahlodi Caroline Mahasela Mr Rodgers Basikopo Makamu Ms Makoma Grace Makhurupetje Ms Lilian Managa Ms Tinyiko Florence Manganye Ms Marcelle Frieda Maritz Mr Jacob Boy Otto Marule Mr Funani Jerry Maseko Mr Mmabogahla Isaiah Masekoameng Mr Namane Dickson Masemola Mr Nkholo Victor Mashamaite Mr Chupu Stanley Mathabatha (Premier) Mr Simon Matsobane Mathe Ms Susani Violet Mathye Mr J Matlou Mr Falaza Philemon Mdaka Mr Wisani Goodman Mitileni Ms Sekutu Monicca Mochadi Mr Manamane Charles Mohlala Ms Mapula Annah Mokaba-Phukwana Mr Essob Mmanoko Mokgonyana Mr Thabo Andrew Mokone

ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC DA ANC ANC ANC EFF EFF VF PLUS ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC

Mr Gannye Rodgers Monama ANC Ms Nkome Sarah Monyamane ANC Ms Anna Tandi Moraka ANC Ms Selaelo Regina Mphahlele EFF Ms Nanda Annah Ndalane ANC Mr Azwindini Jeremiah Dingaa Ndou (Deputy Speaker) ANC Mr Kgolane Alfred Phala ANC Ms Katlego Suzan Phala DA Ms Fulufhelo Florence Radzilani ANC Ms Chritian Nkakareng Rakgoale ANC Dr Phophi Constance Ramathuba ANC Mr George Raphela EFF Mr Seaparo Charles Sekoati ANC Mr Selelo Donald Selamolela ANC Mr Che Bonnie David Selane ANC Ms Mmaishibe Rebecca Seono ANC Mr Jetrick Seshoka EFF Mr Jacobus Frederik Smalle DA Secretary: Mr Simon Mothoa CFO: Ms SAS Phatudi Senior Management: Ms TP Boshomane (Manager: Protocol), Dr Nyathela Hlanganani (Unit Manager: Research), Mr L Makgopa (Manager: Hansard and Language Services), Dr Rudzani Makhado (Divisional Manager: Office of the Speaker), Mr MN Makomana (Manager: Financial Services), Ms B Malotsha (Acting Legal Services Divisional Manager), Mr K Masehela (Divisional Manager: Research Services), Mr MA Mashegoana (Acting Human Resource Manager, and Labour Relations Divisional Manager), Ms TJI Masobe (Committee Support Services Divisional Manager), Mr MK Motlapema (Manager: Party Liaison), Dr L Mudzanani (Manager: Public Participation and Petitions), Mr HA Ngobeni (Manager: Safety and Security), Mr H Ngonyama (Manager: Internal Auditor), Mr J Nkoana (Manager: House Proceedings), Dr IS Nkuna (Divisional Manager: Office of the Secretary) Communications Officers: Mr T Sebabi

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

25 409

87 799

60 951

34 139

29 306

26 956

59 548

117 105

87 907

Current Liabilities

30 623

106 689

48 123

Non-Current Liabilities

39 433

23 194

21 763

70 056

129 883

69 886

(10 508)

(12 778)

18 021

416 831

365 322

368 697

4 076

4 395

2 138

412 755

360 927

366 559

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

LIMPOPO

PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE

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

(414 561)

(396 117)

(351 224)

Employee Costs

(171 838)

(157 795)

(137 666)

2 270

(30 795)

17 473

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

(46 830)

40 662

32 231

Investing Activities

(11 921)

(13 283)

(6 716)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

22 738

82 318

55 203

-

-

6 719

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

n/a

284

488

Posts Filled

n/a

223

370

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

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OFFICE OF THE PREMIER CONTACT DETAILS

LIMPOPO

PHYSICAL: Mowaneng Building, 40 Hans van Rensburg Street, Polokwane, 0699

POSTAL: Private Bag X8493, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 287 6000 WEB: www.limpopo.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Limpopo Office of the Premier is to provide innovative and strategic leadership and management for service excellence. The responsibilities of the Office of the Premier are to oversee the administration of provincial legislation and national legislation within the functional areas listed in Schedule 4 or 5 and national legislation outside those listed in Schedule 4 or 5 which have been assigned to the province in terms of Acts of the Provincial Legislature/Parliament; coordinate the preparation and initiation of provincial legislation; coordinate the functions of the provincial administration and its departments; manage performance of the provincial administration, and monitor and evaluate service delivery and governance in the province; develop and oversee the implementation of policy and planning in the province; and strengthen intra and intergovernmental relations, as well as international relations.

PREMIER MR CS MATHABATHA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OFFICE BEARERS Premier: Mr Chupu Stanley Mathabatha Director General: Mr Nape Nchabeleng Chief of Staff: Mr Mogale Nchabeleng Deputy Directors General: Ms SE Magwaza (Planning, Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr AE Managa (Institutional Support Services), Ms NI Manamela (Corporate Management), Ms MD Ramokgopa (Stakeholder Management Coordination) Senior Management: Ramufhi Moses Communications Officers: Mr Kenneth Mathivha (Spokesperson of the Premier), Mamogo Ntuli (Stakeholder Management and Provincial Communication)

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

DIRECTOR GENERAL MR N NCHABELENG

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

450 228

426 243

410 237

Actual Expenditure

432 532

418 399

401 714

Employee Compensation

312 615

301 263

280 808

Goods and Services

106 130

109 716

110 248

4 214

5 613

5 229

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

547

470

541

Posts Filled

432

442

455

DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Temo Towers, 69 Biccard Street, Polokwane POSTAL: Private Bag X9487, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 294 3000 / 3147 WEB: www.ldard.gov.za EMAIL: mothotsema@agric.limpopo.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

OVERVIEW The vision of the Limpopo Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is a united, prosperous and productive agricultural sector for sustainable rural communities. Its mission is to promote economic growth and food security through sustainable agricultural and entrepreneurship development. The Department’s strategic goals are: an enabling service delivery environment; a sustainable agricultural natural resource base; improved agricultural production; safe and tradable animals and animal products; demand-led training and research programmes; a competitive agricultural sector; and a skilled and empowered farming community.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Nanda Annah Ndalane (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Ramatsimele Jacqueline Maisela CFO: Mr M Phaswana (Acting) Chief Directors: Dr M Labuschagne (Strategic Management), Mpho Mashamba (Human Resource Management), Makopoi Nkopane (Acting: Agricultural Support Services), Mr MSJ Nowata (Agricultural Advisory Services) Directors: SD Mahlalela (Risk Management), Ms R Matshabaphala (Acting: Risk Management), Mr Matome Phosa (Acting: Security Management), MJ Sibiya (Security Management) Communications Officers: Mosima Makopo, Matsobane Manaka, Ms M Mothotse (Director: Communication and Liaison Services)

MEC MS NA NDALANE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

HOD MS RJ MAISELA

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 970 421 1 876 972 1 136 704 522 644 174 046 15 737

1 949 273 1 935 609 1 109 877 499 733 291 462 57 172

1 766 691 1 708 212 1 072 904 393 891 83 250 62 728

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

3 337 2 685

3 261 2 796

3 232 2 850

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

Posts Approved Posts Filled

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

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DEPARTMENT: COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE, HUMAN SETTLEMENTS AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Hensa Towers Building, 28 Market Street & 20 Rabe Street,

LIMPOPO

Polokwane, 0700

POSTAL: Private Bag X9485, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 284 5000 WEB: www.coghsta.limpopo.gov.za EMAIL: service@coghsta.limpopo.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF

COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE, HUMAN SETTLEMENTS & TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS

OVERVIEW The mission of the Limpopo Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs is to give clients and stakeholders quality services by living up to commitments and investing in their people by continuously improving service delivery to citizens; implementing citizen-driven projects, improving infrastructure conditions and contributing to job creation; demonstrating best practice in people management and leadership; maintaining excellent internal and external communications to continuously improve transparency, visibility and public image; building an appropriate organisational structure to achieve strategic objectives; and maintaining good governance. The Department’s strategic goals are to achieve a public sector capacity that is efficient and worthy of a developmental state; sustainable human settlements and improved quality of household life; and a responsive, accountable, efficient and effective local government system.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Rodgers Basikopo Makamu (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Ngaka Dumalisile CFO: Mr AN Setati (Acting) Deputy Directors General: Dr MM Malahlela (COGTA), Mr M Mokgala (Acting: Integrated Sustainable Human Settlements), Mr ME Selomo (Acting: General Corporate Services and Chief Information Officer) Chief Directors: Ms NP Kgwatalala (GITO), Ms M Matemotsa (Acting: Regulatory and Compliance) Directors: Ms R Dikotla (Risk and Internal Audit), Mr E Jansen (Acting: Security and Investigation), Ms Edith N Mashamaite (Strategic Planning), Mr JMO Mphati (Security and Investigation), Mr Thiathu Netshanzhe (Limpopo Provincial House of Traditional Leaders) Senior Management: MS Maluleke (HOD Support – Secretariat), Mr M Masedi (MEC Support), Mr Selomo Motupa (Acting Senior General Manager: Cooperative Services) Communications Officers: ST Baloyi (Director: Communications), Mr Motupa Selomo (Chief Information Officer)

MEC MR RB MAKAMU

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

HOD MS N DUMALISILE

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 792 825

2 697 220

2 467 839

2 661 139

2 597 038

2 428 857

1 024 099

1 012 559

964 802

Goods and Services

194 136

178 755

165 237

Capital Assets

45 528

48 896

11 692

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 190 205

845 906

825 112

HUMAN RESOURCES

2017/18

Employee Compensation

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

2 235

2 053

2 355

Posts Filled

1 962

1 865

2 249

DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENT AND TOURISM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Evridiki Towers, 20 Hans van Rensburg Street, Polokwane, 0700 POSTAL: Private Bag X9484, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 293 8300 WEB: www.ledet.gov.za EMAIL: comms@ledet.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENT & TOURISM

OVERVIEW The vision of the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism is a competitive economy within a sustainable environment. Its mission is to create and facilitate the development of a competitive economy, sustainable environment and tourism growth. The Department’s strategic objectives are: administration – provide strategic and administrative support to four departmental programmes; economic research and planning – research and plan targeted interventions developed in identified sectors to inform policy imperatives; integrated economic development services – develop sustainable SMMEs and cooperatives in all sectors; trade and sector development – ensure industrial development, trade and investment promotion; business regulation and governance – ensure a regulated, equitable and socially responsible business environment; environmental trade and protection (environmental quality management) – ensure sustainable environmental management, utilisation and regulation of natural resources; biodiversity and natural resource management –

MEC MR TA MOKONE

ensure protection and sustainable natural resource management and utilisation in the province; environmental empowerment services – provide environmental empowerment support services; infrastructure management – ensure the planning, development and maintenance of

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

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infrastructure in the provincial nature reserves; tourism planning and regulation – create an enabling environment through tourism planning, policy development and regulation; tourism destination development and transformation – contribute towards sustainable tourism destination development, growth and transformation.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Thabo Andrew Mokone (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Matodzi Rathumbu (Acting) CFO: Ms Raesetja Masekoameng Deputy Directors General: Mr Matodzi Rathumbu (Economic Development), Ms Keleabetswe Tlouane (Environment and Tourism)

Chief Directors: Ms Lilly Maja (Trade and Sector Development), Mr Elias Mugari (Corporate Services), Mr Mafu Nkosi (Environmental Trade and Protection) Senior Management: Mr Simon Matome (Director: Communication Services) Communications Officers: Zaid Kalla, Ms Mboni Mushiana

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

2 134 000

1 855 933

1 694 971

Actual Expenditure

1 682 000

1 938 299

1 693 206

Employee Compensation

581 796

575 498

513 933

Goods and Services

270 115

267 446

257 328

Capital Assets

24 933

62 064

96 707

16 041

24 606

11 819

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

1 327

2 562

1 344

Posts Filled

1 200

1 202

1 160

PUBLIC ENTITIES Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA) Limpopo Gambling Board Limpopo Tourism Agency

DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr 113 Biccard & 24 Excelsior Streets, Polokwane, 0700 POSTAL: Private Bag X9489, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 290 9301 / 7600 WEB: www.edu.limpopo.gov.za EMAIL: Info@edu.limpopo.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF

EDUCATION

OVERVIEW The vision of the Limpopo Department of Education is to achieve excellence in provisioning of innovative quality basic education. Their mission is to achieve this by providing quality and innovative education programmes for learners across all grades through excellence, professionalism, innovation and integrity. The Department’s strategic goals are to transform the educational institutions into accessible, functional and quality centres; promote access to education through independent schools; transform the special schools into accessible, functional and quality centres; contribute to the reduction of illiteracy in adult learners to enable them to access further learning and employment opportunities; build a firm foundation for further learning; and provide auxiliary education services.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Shela Paulina “Polly” Boshielo (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Onica Dederen (Acting) CFO: Ms Yvonne Mathabatha Deputy Directors General: Mr KM Mashaba (Branch Corporate Management), Mr MT Mhlongo (Acting DDG: Branch Institutional Governance Coordinator and Support), Dr KM Mphahlele (Curriculum Management and Delivery) Directors: Ms TM Chuene (Communication Services / Departmental Spokesperson), Mr MP Maseema (Office of the MEC), Mr K Nchabeleng (Organisational Risk Management), Dr N Ndebele (Office of the HOD) Senior Management: Ms Cyliah Modipana (Record Services) Communications Officers: Mr Sam Makondo (MEC’s Media Liaison Officer)

MEC MS SP BOSHIELO

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

R’000

R’000

R’000

32 310 809

30 839 088

29 032 190

31 953 760

30 717 811

29 020 420

26 230 008

24 725 638

23 182 960

2 643 445

2 471 863

2 425 308

601 063

958 146

1 259 072

236 389

736 957

1 344 354

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

66 551

67 741

64 484

Posts Filled

57 344

56 780

56 449

DEPARTMENT: HEALTH CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 18 College Street, Polokwane, 0700 POSTAL: Private Bag X9302, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 293 6000 WEB: www.doh.limpopo.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF

HEALTH

OVERVIEW The mission of the Limpopo Department of Health is to provide and promote comprehensive, accessible and affordable quality health care services to improve the life expectancy of the people.

The Department’s strategic goals are to provide effective corporate governance; provide appropriate human resources management and development; promote a sound financial management practice;

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

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implement comprehensive care and accelerate the management of HIV/AIDS, TB, STIs, and other communicable and non-communicable diseases; strengthen district, health and hospital services; improve the quality of health care; improve emergency medical services; develop tertiary services; and improve infrastructure development and maintenance.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Dr Phophi Constance Ramathuba (ANC) Head of Department: Dr FT Mhlongo Chief of Staff: Ms Nyambeni Matshivha (Director: MEC Support) CFO: Mr Justice Mudau Deputy Directors General: Dr MY Dombo (Health Care Services), Mr Matome Mawasha (Corporate Services), Dr Ntodeni Ndwamato (Tertiary Health Service and Academic Development) Chief Directors: Mr Sipho Khosa (Supply Chain Management), Mr Mapoiki Kobola (HAST), Mr ZP Lukhele (Budget and Revenue), Mr TT Makgolane (HRP and OD Efficiency), Mr KR Mashaba (Strategic Planning), Mr PJ Ramawa (Infrastructure Management), Mr AP Ravuluvulu (GITO), Mr MP Thobejane, Ms Mikateko Tlakula (Human Resources Management and Development) Communications Officers: Mr Derrick Kganyago (Corporate and Internal Communications), Thilivhali Muavha (Media Liaison Officer), Mr Neil Shikhwambana (Director: Communication and Department Spokesperson)

MEC DR PC RAMATHUBA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

21 045 784

19 801 784

18 609 439

Actual Expenditure

21 012 008

19 722 686

18 389 158

15 048 212

14 199 041

12 978 967

5 167 666

4 839 161

4 259 771

483 747

425 597

457 016

19 314

51 997

170 014

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

64 342

64 343

63 460

Posts Filled

32 604

32 908

33 848

DEPARTMENT: PROVINCIAL TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Ismini Towers, 46 Hans van Rensburg Street, Polokwane POSTAL: Private Bag X9486, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 298 7000 WEB: www.limtreasury.gov.za EMAIL: communications@treasury.limpopo.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF

PROVINCIAL TREASURY

OVERVIEW The mission of the Limpopo Provincial Treasury is strengthening good governance and sound public resource management in provincial and local government for sustainable service delivery. The Department’s strategic outcomes are: sustainable support services and good governance; departmental unqualified audit outcomes; sustainable fiscal policy for the province by 2025; unqualified audit outcomes of provincial departments, public entities and municipalities; and increased economic participation of youth, women, military veterans and persons with disabilities, and SMMEs. Provincial Treasury is directly responsible for implementing, managing or overseeing the following legislation and their relevant regulations: Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) of 1999 (as amended by Act 29 of 1999); Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA) 56 of 2003; Annual Division of Revenue Act; Appropriation Act; Adjustments Appropriation Act; and Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act.

MEC MR SC SEKOATI

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Final Appropriation

MEC: Mr SC Sekoati (ANC) Head of Department: Mr GC Pratt Chief of Staff: Mr TC Twala (Director: Office of the MEC) CFO: Mr HM Mawela Deputy Directors General: Ms L Ebrahim (Corporate Management

Actual Expenditure

Services), Mr FP Mushwana (Assets, Liabilities and Supply Chain Management), Mr H Petrie (Shared Internal Audit Services), Mr MJ Phukuntsi (Sustainable Resource Management), Ms PA Semenya (Financial Governance) Senior Management: Ms TJS Sibanda (Director: HOD Support) Communications Officers: Mr MMS Lekgoro (Media Liaison Officer), Ms RA Oliphant (Director: Communication Services), Ms TM Tshipi (Deputy Director: Marketing and Events Management)

HOD MR GC PRATT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

741 558

752 161

779 216

471 279

449 128

427 560

Employee Compensation

303 377

290 600

279 640

Goods and Services

153 309

141 516

114 061

6 359

6 621

20 018

-

9

171

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

535

620

674

Posts Filled

398

485

431

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

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DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS, ROADS AND INFRASTRUCTURE

LIMPOPO

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 43 Church Street, Polokwane, 0699 POSTAL: Private Bag X9490, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 284 7000/1 WEB: www.dpw.limpopo.gov.za EMAIL: newsroom@dpw.limpopo.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF

PUBLIC WORKS, ROADS & INFRASTRUCTURE

OVERVIEW The vision of the Limpopo Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure is to be a leader in the provision and management of provincial land, buildings and roads infrastructure. Its mission is optimal utilisation of resources in the provision and management of sustainable social and economic infrastructure, including implementation and coordination of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP). The Department’s strategic objectives are to conduct overall leadership, administration and management of the Department, providing an enabling environment for service delivery; provide building construction management, project management and building maintenance services to the provincial government, and overall management of immovable assets and infrastructure delivery; and coordinate the provincial EPWP and create work opportunities for unemployed people of working age.

MEC MR ND MASEMOLA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

MEC: Mr Namane Dickson Masemola (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Dikgole Timothy Seroka Senior Management: Ms Linda Kaseke (Acting: Corporate Services),

Total Final Appropriation

Mr H Mabasa (Acting: Construction Management), Ms FD Maguga (Property and Facilities), Mr MIP Modika (Financial Management), Mr RW Mothapo (EPWP), Mr SW Sathekge (Road Infrastructure) Communications Officers: Ms Tendani Munyai (Communication and Stakeholder Management), Mr Joel Seabi (Media Liaison Officer)

Actual Expenditure

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

3 938 061

3 534 305

3 459 219

3 471 147

3 412 190

3 295 660

1 069 792

1 047 782

983 085

893 212

769 097

633 523

81 691

117 153

274 492

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

206 444

23 920

71 569

HUMAN RESOURCES

2017/18

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

3 041

3 732

4 481

Posts Filled

2 630

3 072

2 960

PUBLIC ENTITIES Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL)

DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Olympic Towers, 21 Biccard Street, Polokwane, 0699 POSTAL: Private Bag X9710, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 291 4300 WEB: www.dsd.limpopo.gov.za EMAIL: info@dsd.limpopo.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

OVERVIEW The mission of the Limpopo Department of Social Development is to ensure the provision of comprehensive social protection services against vulnerability and poverty within the constitutional and legislative framework, and create an enabling environment for sustainable development. The Department further aims to deliver integrated, sustainable and quality services, in partnership with all those committed to building a caring society. The Department has identified and committed itself to addressing the following key priorities: child and youth care; early childhood development; anti-substance abuse; food for all / zero hunger; and the protection and promotion of the rights of older people and people with disabilities.

MEC MS CN RAKGOALE

Directors: Mr Shandukani Mulovhedzi (Office of the MEC), Mr Patrick

OFFICE BEARERS

Twala (Office of the MEC)

MEC: Ms Christian Nkakareng Rakgoale (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Desmond Mohopo (Acting) CFO: Mr Cyril Dlamini (Chief Director) Chief Directors: Ms Gladys Mapheto (Corporate Services), Ms Lisebo

Senior Management: Ms Shivani Francis (MEC Support: Office of the

Elizabeth Mashimbye (Social Welfare Services), Mr Golden Shikwambani (Acting: Community Development)

MEC), Ms Mpho Mokhudu (Advisor: Office of the HOD), Mr Mathale Mothapo (Deputy Director: Office of the HOD), Ms Magdeline Sekwala (HOD Support: Office of the HOD) Communications Officers: Mr Kenny Mathivha (Director: Communications Services)

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

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AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

2019/20

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

2 186 192

2 077 758

1 838 006

Actual Expenditure

2 149 275

2 046 837

1 820 098

1 198 678

1 128 510

992 608

314 033

300 882

239 536

39 958

55 194

51 030

30

367

6 611

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

3 254

6 540

6 540

Posts Filled

3 189

2 992

2 966

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

536 521

490 645

467 043

LIMPOPO

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEPARTMENT: SPORT, ARTS AND CULTURE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Olympic Towers, 21 Biccard Street, Polokwane, 0700 POSTAL: Private Bag X9549, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 284 4000/6 WEB: www.sac.limpopo.gov.za EMAIL: hod@sac.limpopo.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF

SPORT, ARTS & CULTURE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Limpopo Department of Sport, Arts and Culture is to enhance unity in diversity through the provision of sport, arts, culture and heritage services for sustainable development. The Department’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to develop and implement citizen participation programmes; achieve an unqualified audit report; develop and implement capacity building programmes; promote and develop sustainable arts, culture, museums and heritage, and language services programmes; advance artistic disciplines into viable industries; sustain three existing provincial museums’ infrastructure annually; develop and implement literature programmes; develop library and information services infrastructure; provide relevant library material; develop and implement records management services; conserve and preserve archivalia; implement sports and recreation programmes; establish, support and transform institutional structures; implement a 2010 World Cup legacy programme; and develop and nurture sports management skills.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Thandi Moraka (ANC) Head of Department: Mr FP Mushwana (Acting) Chief Directors: Ms K Choshane (Chief Director: Sport and Recreation), Mr G Mabunda (Acting Chief Director: Arts and Culture)

Directors: Mr Lawrence Mabasa (Acting: Supply Chain Management) Senior Management: Ms Jerminah Kaka (Deputy Director: Research and Publications), Mr R Kganakga (Assistant Director: IT), Mr YJ Manganyi (Assistant Director: Events Management), Mr V Takalo (Deputy Director: GITO), Mr MC Thovhakale (Deputy Director: Events Management) Communications Officers: Mr Kola Maila (Director: Communications, IT and Events Management), Ms RG Sigama (Events Management)

MEC MS T MORAKA

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

471 845

452 710

455 346

Employee Compensation

197 706

190 376

165 545

Goods and Services

208 275

211 223

219 676

47 970

34 729

38 256

-

1 902

24 152

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

504

326

336

Posts Filled

474

298

308

DEPARTMENT: TRANSPORT AND COMMUNITY SAFETY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Phamoko Towers, Cnr Bodenstein & Church Streets, Polokwane

POSTAL: Private Bag X9491, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 295 1000/1237 WEB: www.ldot.gov.za

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNITY SAFETY

OVERVIEW The mission of the Limpopo Department of Transport and Community Safety is to provide safe, sustainable and integrated transport infrastructure and services for the promotion of socio-economic development, and to intensify the fight against crime and corruption through an integrated approach, partnerships and effective oversight in the South African Police Service. The Department’s strategic goals are: an efficient, competitive and responsive economic infrastructure network; a skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path; to oversee the

effectiveness and efficiency of the police service, including receiving reports on the police service; to promote good relations between the police and the community; vibrant, equitable, sustainable rural communities contributing towards food security for all; and to ensure that all people in South Africa are safe and feel safe. Note: After the 2019 General Elections the former Department of Community Safety is being merged into the former Department of Transport to form the new Department of Transport and Community Safety.

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

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HOD MS H DU PLESSIS

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Mavhungu Lerule Ramakhanya (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Hanli du Plessis CFO: Mr RN Maenetja (Acting) Chief Directors: Ms Elmien Koedyk (Transport Operations), Mr Ngoako Mangena (Corporate Services), Mr Stephen Matjena (GITO), Ms J Mokoena (Transport Operations), Ms Jane Mulaudzi (Transport Regulation), Mr MN Muluvhahothe (Community Safety: Civilian Oversight), Ms MA Nhlane-Mtimkhulu (Community Safety: Corporate Services), Mr JR Stander (Crime Prevention and Community Safety: Community Police Relations) Directors: Mr Jonas Bilankhulu (Legal Services), Mr Thomas Lekgothoane (Government Motor Transport), Ms Maggie Mabusa (Acting: Transformation and Service Delivery), Mr Samson Mahada (Public and Freight Transport Projects, and Corporate Services), Mr Paul Mainganye (Regulation, Inland Water Statutory and Transport Operation), Mr Karabo Makgabo (Information and Communication Technology), Mr Avhafarei Maphiri (Management Accounting), Adv T Maphiswana (Vhembe District), Mr Nkapedi Masete (Work Study and Job Evaluation), Ms F Mashiane (Office of the MEC), Mr Tshiwandalani Allen Matsila (Transport Admin and Licencing

Transport Regulation), Ms A Moloisi (Waterberg District), Mr Jabu Mtebule (Human Resource Management), Mr Victor Mufamadi (Office of the MEC), Mr Lucas Munyai (Labour Relations and Legal Services), Mr Percy Ndlala (Provincial Transport Registrar), Ms Lindiwe Ngwenya (Compliance and Risk Management, Finance), Mr Oupa Ramaijane (Facilities and Records Management), Mr Dikotsi Sekatane (Office of the HOD), Mr P Selahle (Capricorn District), Ms Marth Thulare (Policy Coordination and Strategic Planning) Senior Management: Ms Tsakani Helani (Manager: HOD Support – Community Safety), Mr NJ Matakanye (Chairperson: Community Safety Forum – Community Safety) Communications Officers: Mr Kobe Noga (Acting Head: Communications – Community Safety), Mr Matome Taueatsoala (Head: Communications), Ms Mokundi Tshifura (Media Liaison Officer: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

2 949 531

2 627 239

1 994 433

Actual Expenditure

2 244 282

2 032 128

1 963 600

1 079 079

935 447

900 252

Goods and Services

347 194

300 642

263 917

Capital Assets

40 082

9 291

28 773

10 004

457

6 620

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

2 345

n/a

2 345

Posts Filled

2 298

n/a

2 107

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

PUBLIC ENTITIES Gateway Airports Authority Limited (GAAL)

GATEWAY AIRPORTS AUTHORITY LIMITED (GAAL) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: N1 North to Makhado, Gateway Drive, Polokwane International Airport

POSTAL: PO Box 1309, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 288 0122 WEB: www.gaal.co.za EMAIL: info@gaal.co.za

OVERVIEW Gateway Airports Authority Limited (GAAL) is responsible for managing all airports in the Limpopo Province. It currently manages the Polokwane International Airport. The Entity’s vision is to be a growth driven, self-sustaining and socially responsible enterprise with a global reach that strives for service excellence. Its mission is to use its strategic location as a gateway and provide world-class airport facilities that promote job creation, skills development, trade and tourism within the Limpopo Province. The Entity’s goals are: provision of corporate support services for the organisation; provision of sound financial management systems and procedures; and internationally accepted airport management and operations.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Tom Nkoana Deputy Chairperson: Princess Tsakani Nkambule Board Members: Mr Masingita Baloyi (CEO), Mr Kharidza Dzuguda, Mr Justice Luthuli, Chief Livhuwani Matsila, Mr Peter Ndlala, Dr Gladys Nethengwe, Mr Madumetja Teffo CEO: Mr Masingita Baloyi CFO: Ms Thembisile Mathabatha Senior Management: Adv S Ledwaba (Company Secretary), Mr W Mathonsi (Senior Operations Manager), Mrs M Matli (Senior Human Resource Manager) Communications Officers: Ms Mmaketti Mangaba

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

8 539

20 038

n/a

244 636

257 173

n/a

253 175

277 210

n/a

Current Liabilities

37 517

35 417

n/a

Non-Current Liabilities

17 407

17 676

n/a

Total Liabilities

54 924

53 093

n/a

Total Net Assets

198 251

224 177

n/a

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

78 535

75 960

n/a

Exchange Transactions

20 282

20 051

n/a

Non-Exchange Transactions

58 253

55 909

n/a

Total Expenditure

(104 401)

(91 167)

n/a

Employee Costs

(38 950)

(36 366)

n/a

(25 866)

(15 207)

n/a

Operating Activities

(11 843)

13 082

n/a

Investing Activities

(1 029)

(583)

n/a

466

13 338

n/a

5 072

367

28 720

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

85

n/a

n/a

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 provincialgovernment.co.za for a copy of the full Annual Report. **Total of Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure.

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LIMPOPO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (LEDA) CONTACT DETAILS

LIMPOPO

PHYSICAL: Enterprise Development House, Main Road, Lebowakgomo, 0737

POSTAL: PO Box 760, Lebowakgomo, 0737 TEL: 015 633 4700 WEB: lieda.co.za EMAIL: info@lieda.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA) is to provide an integrated platform for the full implementation of economic development activities leading to accelerated industrialisation in Limpopo, through a focus on stimulating and diversifying the industrial base. Its primary task is to drive policy implementation through high-impact, catalytic growth projects, which will result in inclusive economic development and accelerate and sustain the growth of the provincial economy; so as to create productive and sustainable employment. The role of the Agency is to provide business intelligence, and research and development towards innovative solutions; conceptualise economic programmes and drivers; identify and package development opportunities and leverage partnerships; support local economic development capabilities; customise support for priority economic sectors and subsectors; coordinate and manage the implementation of strategic infrastructure and economic interventions; and facilitate trade and investment.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Qualified

FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

R’000

R’000

R’000

726 140

637 859

722 585

1 764 187

1 582 547

1 543 475

2 490 327

2 220 406

2 266 060 648 564

Current Liabilities

775 717

537 475

604 653

446 121

259 817

Total Liabilities

1 380 369

983 596

908 381

Total Net Assets

1 109 958

1 236 810

1 357 680

1 504 480

1 581 681

1 860 445

1 040 128

1 251 488

1 346 392

464 352

330 193

448 958

Total Expenditure

(1 627 900)

(1 647 891)

(1 696 673)

Employee Costs

(596 051)

(572 746)

(571 436)

(123 420)

(66 211)

163 771

Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Chairperson: Mr PM Makwana Deputy Chairperson: Mr D Kourtoumbellides Board Members: Mr F Magidi (CFO), Ms K Maroga, Mr NB Mokobane

CASH FLOW

(Interim COO), Dr MJ Mokoele (Interim CEO), Ms C Mokoma (Group Company Secretary), Adv TM Ncube, Mr MS Ralebipi, Mr IM Rathumbu, Mr R Shingange CEO: Mr Matata Mokoele (Interim CEO) CFO: Mr Fhumulani Magidi COO: Mr Ntsewa Mokobane (Interim COO) Senior Management: Mr Sandile Keswa (Great North Transport CEO), Mr Humphrey Maphutha (Interim Executive Manager: Enterprise Development and Finance Division), Mrs Cathy Mokoma (Group Company Secretary), Mr Moris Molepo (Head: Land and Property Management), Mr Kabu Nkadimeng (Corridor Mining Resource CEO), Dr Shima Nokaneng (Risima CEO), Mr Baldwin Ramasobane (Interim CEO: Limpopo Connexion), Ms Theresa Raophala (Chief Risk Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Sharon Mathebula (Marketing Officer), Ms Tsakani Ngema (Marketing Officer)

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

Operating Activities Investing Activities

331 949

181 756

388 551

(260 845)

(140 639)

(201 464)

375 479

314 666

298 535

172 275

144 668

15 136

2017/18

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

605

626

605

Posts Filled

428

465

444

SUBSIDIARIES Corridor Mining Resources Great North Transport Limpopo Connexion Risima Housing Finance Corporation Venteco

LIMPOPO GAMBLING BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 8 Hans van Rensburg Street, Polokwane, 0699 POSTAL: Private Bag X9520, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 230 2300 WEB: www.lgb.org.za EMAIL: ceo@lgb.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Limpopo Gambling Board is to ensure a credible, viable and regulated gambling industry in the province, which provides exciting leisure opportunities that contribute to economic development. The Board’s mission is to promote the gambling industry for the benefit of the people of the province by ensuring compliance with the law, provision of appropriate leisure facilities, and sustainable local economic development. The Board’s objectives are to promote a culture of responsible gambling; ensure the eradication of all forms of illegal gambling; ensure the creation of an organisation capable of recruiting, retaining

and continuously developing its workforce, and aiming at enhancing its effectiveness and employee well-being; ensure the availability of real-time information using technology in support of decision-making processes; ensure that the Board has and maintains an appropriate procurement and provisioning system that is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective; ensure that the Board establishes, implements and maintains good principles of corporate governance, accounting practices, and a sound system of internal control; and ensure that the Board plans and utilises limited resources economically, efficiently and effectively.

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

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OFFICE BEARERS

LIMPOPO

Chairperson: Mr Elijah Tjiane Deputy Chairperson: Ms Lucy Montjane Board Members: Ms Makosha Maditsi, Adv Aarone Mahumani, Mr Serobi Maja, Mr Mokgase Gregory Makoko (CEO), Mr NJ Mpjane, Mr Chipyane Nkadimeng, Mr NJ Rathumbu, Mr Magoro Tema CEO: Mr Mokgase Gregory Makoko CFO: Ms Yvonne Mathabatha Senior Management: Adv Linda Ganess (Senior Manager: Legal Service), M Lavhengwa (Manager: IT), E Makgoba (Manager: Human Resources), C Mdhluli (Manager: Supply Chain Management) Communications Officers: Ms Naomi Molepo (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

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

27 075

27 132

22 280

4 963

5 061

6 308

32 038

32 193

28 588

26 184

23 337

21 641

9 298

11 880

13 274

35 482

35 217

34 915

(3 443)

(3 023)

(6 327)

202 793

188 947

167 893

3 303

2 965

3 116

199 490

185 982

164 777

Total Expenditure

(71 681)

(66 451)

(63 815)

Employee Costs

(38 860)

(34 251)

(33 099)

131 112

122 487

104 078 (5 514)

Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

2 126

2 550

Investing Activities

(1 333)

(164)

(787)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

25 296

24 504

22 118

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

4

9

406

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

73

73

58

Posts Filled

55

54

54

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

16 208

28 989

21 749

2 446

3 095

10 082

18 654

32 084

31 831

6 701

5 721

26 241

LIMPOPO TOURISM AGENCY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Southern Gateway Ext 4, N1 Main Road, Polokwane, 0700 POSTAL: PO Box 2814, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 293 3600 WEB: www.golimpopo.com EMAIL: info@golimpopo.com

OVERVIEW The mission of the Limpopo Tourism Agency is to position Limpopo as a leading tourism destination in Southern Africa. The Agency’s strategic outcomes are: effective and efficient administrative support in the organisation; to provide efficient and effective human resources support services; to provide efficient and effective finance and support services; to initiate product development, tourism investment, strategic partnerships and provide quality hospitality services; and to position Limpopo as a leading tourism destination in Southern Africa.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr KA Dipela Deputy Chairperson: Mr CA Chikane Board Members: PF Mashimbye, Ms MO Moganedi, Kgoshigadi MRM Mothapo, Ms KC Tlouane , Mr RM Tseli Senior Management: Mr TG Kotsedi (Company Secretary), Mr TP Maleka (Chief Corporate Services Officer), Mr NK Ramakuela (Chief Marketing Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Mike Tauatsoala (Manager: Corporate Communications)

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

268

225

21 745

Total Liabilities

Non-Current Liabilities

6 969

5 946

47 987

Total Net Assets

11 685

26 139

(16 156)

95 309

109 675

101 027

1 435

675

627

93 875

108 999

100 400

Total Expenditure

(88 192)

(89 400)

(95 672)

Employee Costs

(34 625)

(30 629)

(29 025)

6 912

42 501

5 118

(11 051)

20 806

23 412

(137)

(788)

(709)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

12 016

25 109

12 550

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

4 462

1 269

699

2017/18

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities Investing Activities

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

77

77

77

Posts Filled

53

53

53

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

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ROADS AGENCY LIMPOPO (RAL) CONTACT DETAILS

LIMPOPO

PHYSICAL: RAL Towers, 26 Rabe Street, Polokwane, 0700 POSTAL: Private Bag X9554, Polokwane, 0700 TEL: 015 284 4600 / 291 4236 WEB: www.ral.co.za EMAIL: info@ral.co.za

OVERVIEW The Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL) has the main functions of planning, designing, constructing, maintaining and controlling the provincial road network. It owns and manages all the provincial roads, except municipal and national roads. RAL’s mission is to provide a sustainable roads infrastructure network; link the economic growth areas; spearhead the province through innovative leadership; be an enabling, supportive and learning organisation; be excellent and efficient in the culture of service delivery; and remain a dedicated, ethical, responsive and proactive staff. The Entity’s strategic goals are: effective road management; revenue generation; good corporate governance; stakeholder relations; effective organisational systems; and support for the Provincial Employment and Growth Development Strategy.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr M Ralebipi Board Members: Mr Gabriel M Maluleke (CEO), Ms WNG Moleko, Ms TM Ramabulana, Mr MPK Tshivhase CEO: Mr Gabriel M Maluleke CFO: Mr H Magopa Senior Management: Ms M Boshielo (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Mr S Gamakulu (Executive Manager: Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms TC Kekana (Company Secretary), Mr KV Maphutha (Senior Manager: Governance, Risk and Compliance), Mr N Ramaboea (General Manager: Engineering – Operations and Contractor Development), Mr K Tulsi (General Manager: Engineering – Planning and Design) Communications Officers: Mr B Manyathela, Ms Mei Vivian (Senior Secretary)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

150 052

172 923

119 888

19 467 624

20 688 786

21 530 930

19 617 676

20 861 709

21 650 818

252 845

503 383

400 772

-

-

221

252 845

503 383

390 141

19 364 831

20 358 327

21 249 825

1 323 841

1 421 711

1 452 416

3 463

4 286

4 679

1 320 378

1 417 425

1 447 737

Total Expenditure

(2 314 007)

(2 293 476)

(2 377 155)

Employee Costs

(80 149)

(82 347)

(80 468)

(990 166)

(871 765)

(924 739)

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

1 144 453

1 202 811

1 168 429

(1 166 725)

(1 149 664)

(1 052 320)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

147 580

170 073

117 274

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

901 998

956 189

269 918

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

138

149

136

86

100

102

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

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

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PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE The Mpumalanga Provincial Legislature consists of 30 members, elected by proportional representation. Since the elections on 7 May 2014, the ANC has held a majority of seats in the Legislature.

The parties holding seats are: AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

22 24

ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS

4 3

DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE

3 2

FREEDOM FRONT PLUS

1

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 76 495km2 LAND PERCENTAGE 6.3%

PREMIER

PEOPLE

The head of the Provincial Executive is the Premier, who is elected by the Provincial Legislature from among its members. The current Premier of Mpumalanga is Ms Refilwe Maria Mtshweni-Tsipane.

4 335 964

1 664 428

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENTS The Premier appoints an Executive Council consisting of members of the Provincial Legislature. The Members of the Executive Council (MECs) are responsible for the various departments of the provincial administration. The current departments and MECs are: DEPARTMENT

MEC

Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs

Mr Mandla Msibi

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Ms Busisiwe Paulina Shiba

Community Safety, Security and Liaison

Mr Vusie Robert Shongwe

Culture, Sport and Recreation

Ms Thandi Blessing Shongwe

Economic Development and Tourism

Mr Prince Vusumuzi Mkhatshwa

Education

Mr Bonakele Amos Majuba

Health

Ms Sasekani Manzini

Human Settlements

Mr Speed Katishi Mashilo

Provincial Treasury

Mr Prince Vusumuzi Mkhatshwa

Public Works, Roads and Transport

Ms Mohita Latchminarain

Social Development

Ms Lindiwe Ntshalintshali

PUBLIC ENTITIES The Provincial Government has, through its legislative capacity, the power to establish state-owned public entities. The role of these public entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a rule each public entity will report to a responsible official in the Provincial Executive (usually an MEC or the Premier). Current public entities include:

97,4

38,4

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

24.6%

7.8%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

33.5%

47.6%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,8

HOUSEHOLDS 1 238 861 84.7%

3.2%

10.9%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency (MEGA) Mpumalanga Economic Regulator (MER) Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT) Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

78.8%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

49.0%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

90.7%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 1, 2021, published by Stats SA.

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PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE MPUMALANGA

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Building No.1, Government Boulevard, Legislature & Government Complex, Riverside Park, Extension 2, Mbombela, 1200

POSTAL: Private Bag X11289, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 0860 77 44 55 WEB: www.mpuleg.gov.za EMAIL: nosisin@mpuleg.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Mpumalanga Provincial Legislature was established in 1994 in terms of the Constitution of South Africa. Consequently, it has the constitutional mandate of lawmaking, oversight of the Executive, and facilitation of public involvement and participation. As an elected representative body, it has 30 members who are elected for a five-year period from the political parties that contested a provincial election and won seats, which are allocated in terms of proportional representation. However, as determined in the Constitution, 11 members become Members of the Executive Council (MEC), headed by the Premier. The Speaker is the Executive Authority of the Legislature and the Secretary to the Legislature is the Accounting Officer. In addition to the constitutional mandate, its vision is to be ‘people-centred African world-class legislature’ and its mission is ‘To hold the Executive and other state organs accountable through intensified oversight, enhanced public involvement and effective lawmaking supported by professional administrative service’. The Legislature has also adopted strategic outcome-orientated goals and several strategic objectives to ensure that it is able to achieve its vision and mission, and also fulfil its constitutional mandate of lawmaking, oversight, and public participation and involvement. As an important institution in the province, the Mpumalanga Provincial Legislature is the voice of the people and it remains the bedrock of representative democracy.

Ms Busisiwe Paulina Shiba

ANC

Ms Thandi Blessing Shongwe

ANC

Mr Vusumuzi Robert Shongwe Ms Raesetja Jane Sithole

ANC DA

Ms Jeaneth Lizzy Thabethe (Deputy Chairperson of Committees)

ANC

Ms Cynthia Gabisile Tshabalala Mr Werner Ludolf Weber

2019 General Election seat allocation: ANC 22, EFF 4, DA 3, VF PLUS 1 Speaker: Ms Makhosazane Christine Masilela (ANC)

Members:

Mthombothi (Executive Manager: Parliamentary Operations), Mr Hubert Shabangu (Executive Manager: Corporate Services) Communications Officers: Ms Zamagambu Memela-Gamede (Senior Manager: Communication)

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

DA DA

Ms Nompumelelo Evidence Hlope (Chairperson of Committees)

ANC

Ms Mohita Latchminarain Mr Bhekithemba Maxwell Lubisi Ms Norah Mahlangu Mr Bonakele Amos Majuba Mr Tutani Million Makaringe (Deputy Chief Whip) Ms Sasekani Janet Manzini Mr Gillion Pudumo Mashego Mr Speed Katishi Mashilo Ms Ntsako Precious Mkhabela Mr Prince Vusumuzi Mkhatshwa Mr Fana Vincent Mlombo (Chief Whip) Mr Gcina Ayliff Mofokeng Mr Mandla Jeffrey Msibi Ms Refilwe Mtshweni Tsipane (Premier) Mr Petrus Simon Ngomana Ms Lindiwe Leonah Ntshalintshali Ms Nomshado Getrude Nyembe Mr Michael Collen Sedibe (Leader of the Official Opposition)

ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC EFF ANC ANC ANC ANC EFF EFF

ANC VF PLUS

Secretary: Mr Linda John Mwale CFO: Mr Mbuso Mpika (Executive Manager: Financial Governance) Senior Management: Mr Zeph Mkhwanazi (Chief of Staff), Ms Zanele

FINANCIAL POSITION

OFFICE BEARERS

Mr Bosman Grobler Ms Trudie Maria Johanna Grovä Morgan

SPEAKER MS MC MASILELA

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

20 048

19 733

26 483

44 977

45 280

50 057

65 025

65 013

76 540

14 745

26 083

28 850

252

80

1 768

14 997

26 162

45 922

50 028

38 850

45 922

403 230

376 469

321 174

1 142

1 341

1 986

402 087

375 128

319 188

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

(391 950)

(387 781)

(322 747)

Employee Costs

(208 259)

(190 634)

(166 016)

11 177

(11 477)

766

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

6 392

(4 801)

13 155

(5 673)

(1 469)

(5 570)

17 805

17 605

23 885

1 934

13 932

5 511

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

246

246

233

211

217

214

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

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MPUMALANGA

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 7 Government Boulevard, Building 2, Riverside Park,

premier

Extension 2, Mbombela, 1200

POSTAL: Private Bag X11291, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 0000 / 2473 WEB: www.mpumalanga.gov.za/otp1 EMAIL: premier@prem.mpu.gov.za

Office of the Premier M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Office of the Premier is to provide strategic leadership through effective coordination of government programmes, integrated planning, monitoring and evaluation, and institutional development. The Department’s strategic goals are: provincial integrated planning; coordinated provincial performance monitoring and evaluation; an improved government communication system; improved security management; and effective coordination of government policies and programmes.

Senior Management: Mr Bonginkosi Dlalisa (Acting CFO), Mr Peter J Jiyane (Acting Chief Director: Strategic Human Resource Services), Ms Nancy Mahlalela (Acting Chief Director: Policy Analysis and Research), Mr Zwelibanzi Mncube (Special Advisor), Ms Mpho Ramochete (Acting Chief Director: Internal Audit), Ms Jermina Reneiloe Marakala (Office Manager: Office of the DG), Adv Lomeus Saayman (Chief Director: Legal Advisory Service), Mr M Venter (Chief State Law Adviser) Communications Officers: Mr Welcome Khumalo (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Mr Sibongile Mkani-Mpolweni (Spokesperson), Zibonele Mncwango (Media and Corporate Communications), Mr Mokope Taiwe (Senior Manager: Media Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT PREMIER MS RM MTSHWENITSIPANE

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

294 299

318 792

312 423

Actual Expenditure

268 788

302 587

310 711

151 865

151 157

143 507

106 459

137 701

132 982

6 479

6 196

29 771

18 995

99 713

98 032

Employee Compensation Goods and Services

OFFICE BEARERS

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

Capital Assets

Premier: Ms Refilwe Maria Mtshweni-Tsipane (ANC) Director General: Mr TP Nyoni (Acting) Chief of Staff: Mr Ntone Molelekoa Deputy Directors General: Mr Peter S Shube (Acting DDG: Macro

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

246

259

260

Policy and Planning)

Posts Filled

222

237

253

HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, LAND AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS CONTACT DETAILS

agriculture, rural development, land & environmental affairs

PHYSICAL: 7 Government Boulevard, Building 6, Riverside Park, Mbombela, 1200 POSTAL: Private Bag X11219, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 6067/8 WEB: dardlea.mpg.gov.za EMAIL: infoardla@mpg.gov.za

M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Mpumalanga Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs is of vibrant, equitable, integrated and sustainable urban and rural communities with worldclass, united and prosperous agricultural, forestry and fisheries sectors, with food security for all. The Department’s mission is to lead and facilitate an integrated, comprehensive and sustainable development and social cohesion by participating and partnering with all sectors of society, through agriculture, rural development and land administration. Its strategic goals are to support the development of a sustainable agrarian reform and the large farming sector; improve access to affordable and diverse food; improve services to support healthy livelihoods; create rural jobs and promote sustainable economic livelihoods; and improve the institutional delivery environment by ensuring that there are credible Integrated Development Plans (IDPs) and skills audit.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Mandla Msibi (ANC) Head of Department: Mr CM Chunda CFO: Mr MA Letswalo

MEC MR M MSIBI

HOD MR CM CHUNDA

Chief Directors: Dr M Dagada (District Services), Dr M Kgaphola (Professional Services), Ms MPL Mabelane (Corporate Services), Ms P Ntuli (Environmental Services) Communications Officers: Ms Zanele Shabangu (Acting Director: Communications Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

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

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BOOKMARKS

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

1 219 049

1 219 645

1 151 434

Actual Expenditure

1 205 581

1 199 908

1 141 223

639 619

590 654

569 264

417 241

404 965

439 971

138 409

194 675

124 828

-

1 629

11 030

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

1 917

1 917

2017/18 1 917

Posts Filled

1 184

1 429

1 304

MPUMALANGA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEPARTMENT: CO-OPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS

co-operative governance & traditional affairs

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Samora Machel, Riverside Park, Mbombela, 1200 POSTAL: Private Bag X11304, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 6087 WEB: cogta.mpg.gov.za

M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs is to coordinate, support, monitor and strengthen an integrated cooperative governance system. The Department’s strategic goals are to: provide political strategic management, and administrative guidance and support to all the programmes of the Department; build a clean, effective, efficient, responsive and accountable local government; strengthen partnerships between local government, communities and civil society; ensure that municipalities meet the basic service needs of communities; strengthen the institutions of traditional leadership to fulfil their mandate; and exercise oversight and participate in the legislations of the Provincial Legislature.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OFFICE BEARERS

AUDIT OUTCOME

MEC: Ms Busisiwe Paulina Shiba (ANC) Head of Department: Mr S Ngubane CFO: Mr N Masondo Chief Directors: Ms RV Jones (Acting: Corporate Services), Ms SS Kunene (Local Governance), Mr H Magagula (Traditional Institutional Management), Dr B Ntiwane (Acting: Development and Planning) Senior Management: Mr Z Mkhwanazi (Chief of Staff) Communications Officers: Mr SP Mofokeng (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Mr George P Mthethwa (Head: Communication), Ms Lefentse Nkosi (Media Liaison Officer)

MEC MS BP SHIBA

HOD MR S NGUBANE

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

608 543

525 454

516 764

Actual Expenditure

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

605 465

524 110

514 865

Employee Compensation

409 131

392 763

372 913

Goods and Services

133 919

91 329

67 250

Capital Assets

38 906

6 353

52 313

19

17

72

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

802

806

823

Posts Filled

779

793

810

DEPARTMENT: COMMUNITY SAFETY, SECURITY AND LIAISON CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Building 4, 2nd Floor, Government Complex, Riverside Park, Mbombela/Nelspruit, 1200

POSTAL: Private Bag X11269, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 4062 WEB: www.dcssl.gov.za

community safety, security & liaison M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison is to improve community and road traffic safety through mass mobilisation, oversee the performance of the police, and provide security services. The Department’s strategic goals are: effective investment in resources and systems for the delivery of quality services; improvement of quality of life through eradication of crime; civilian oversight over the South African Police Service; and effective road traffic safety in the province.

MEC MR VR SHONGWE

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Vusie Robert Shongwe (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Godfrey Sibusiso Ntombela CFO: Ms Sibulelo Sefala Directors: Ms Khanyi M Hlabathi (Acting: Traffic Law Enforcement; Head: Traffic Training College), Ms FB Mabuza (Human Resources

Management), Mr MC Mhlongo (Acting: Planning and Programme Management), Mr MJ Mtsweni (Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr MG Vuma (Transport Administration and Licensing) Senior Management: Mr Thami Bafana Dlamini (Office of the MEC), Ms U Ferries (Special Programmes), Mr BP Kubhayi (Ehlanzeni Region),

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

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BOOKMARKS

Mr SS Lefifi (Nkangala Region), Mr AJ Mahlangu (Overload Control), Mr Shireen Marsh (Office Manager: Office of the HOD), Mr MC Mdhluli (Safety Engineering), Mr RJ Mokgosi (Traffic Training), Mr J Ngulube (Traffic Inspectorate), Ms NS Nkambule (Gert Sibande Region), Ms LL Nkosi (Legal Services), Mr SJM Nkuna (General Manager: Traffic Management), Mr JW Shabalala (Security Services), Ms DV Thwala (Law Administration) Communications Officers: Mr Moeti Mmusi (Senior Manager: Communications; Spokesperson: MEC)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

R’000

R’000

2017/18 R’000

2 634 255

2 179 716

2 031 036

1 568 196

1 244 382

1 166 348

604 985

548 079

505 060

935 170

680 123

636 176

24 634

12 293

23 757

689 356

434 632

415 540

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

1 537

1 532

1 507

Posts Filled

1 506

1 493

1 485

DEPARTMENT: CULTURE, SPORT AND RECREATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1st and 2nd Floor, Ikhamanga, Government Boulevard,

culture, sport & recreation

Building 5, Riverside Park, Mbombela,

POSTAL: PO Box 1243, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 5032 / 5242 WEB: dcsr.mpg.gov.za

M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Culture, Sport and Recreation is to develop, support and promote cultural, sporting and information excellence through participation of stakeholders. The Department’s strategic goals are to improve the quality of life by maintaining healthy minds and bodies through active participation in sport, recreation, arts and culture; acknowledge cultural diversity and promote unity by affirming, conserving and celebrating people’s way of life, while striving for moral renewal in our society; create a learning culture to empower people to make informed decisions; support socio-economic development by establishing sport and culture as an economic investment; and ensure effective investment in resources and systems for the delivery of quality service.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Thandi Blessing Shongwe (ANC) Head of Department: Mr GS Ntombela CFO: Mr Mamaro COO: Dr PM Lubisi (Acting) Chief Directors: Mr VS Gana (Cultural Affairs), Mr L Mosia (Sport and Recreation and School Sport)

Senior Management: Ms G Berlington (Manager: Risk Management), Mr EB Jambane (Manager: Legal Services), Mr EM Mahlangu (Senior Manager: Strategic Planning), Mr BM Mtsweni (Manager: Nkangala Region), Mr AO Pretorius (Manager: Gert Sibande Region), Mr SJ Singh (Senior Manager: Heritage and Museums), Dr H Skaal (Senior Manager: Sport and Recreation), Mr BC Themba (Senior Manager: HRM) Communications Officers: Ms Sibongile Nkosi (Director: Communication Services)

MEC MS TB SHONGWE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

HOD MR GS NTOMBELA

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

488 072

480 752

454 396

Actual Expenditure

482 786

475 580

452 043

191 477

182 954

165 458

227 075

197 977

198 721

47 783

84 620

77 755

13 933

24 820

29 721

2017/18

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

586

477

488

Posts Filled

479

426

440

DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: First Floor, 7 Government Boulevard, Building 4, Riverside Park, Mbombela, 1200 POSTAL: Private Bag X11215, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 4004 WEB: www.dedtmpumalanga.gov.za

economic development & tourism M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Economic Development and Tourism is to drive economic growth that creates decent employment and promote sustainable development through partnerships. The Department’s strategic goals are: sustained economic

development that increases employment, alleviates poverty and addresses inequality among the citizenry; and flourishing domestic and foreign tourism, and increased inclusivity of all stakeholders in the sector.

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

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Regulatory Services), Ms FI Serakalala (Economic Empowerment), Mr A van Niekerk (Trade and Investment Promotion and Strategic Initiatives), Mr L van Vuuren (Economic Analysis) Senior Management: Mr G Mogoane (Office Manager: Office of the HOD) Communications Officers: Mr MF Mahlangu (Parliamentary Liaison Officer), Mr T Msiza (Deputy Director: Media Relations), Mr Mohau Ramodibe (Director: Communications) MEC MR PV MKHATSHWA

HOD MR SM MTSWENI

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Prince Vusumuzi Mkhatshwa (MEC: Finance, Economic Development and Tourism) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr SM Mtsweni CFO: Ms Helen Thrush Chief Directors: Ms B Mabaso (Business Regulation and Governance), Mr JD Mdluli (Tourism), Mr LM Mdluli (Integrated Economic Development), Mr JM Mnisi (Trade and Sector Development), Mr N Nkonyane (Acting: Economic Planning), Ms W Rambau (Corporate Services) Directors: Ms A Chirwa (Acting: Internal Audit), Mr TN Fakude (Legal Services), Mr MOP Kgaka (Knowledge Management), Mr P Khumalo (Enterprise Development), Mr NB Lubisi (Consumer Services), Mr P Maseko (Regional Director: Ehlanzeni), Mrs IN MashelePhiri (Human Resources Management), Mr A Mkhabela (Regional Director: Nkangala), Mr PS Mohlala (Local Economic Development), Mr J Ndima (Strategic Planning and Services), Mr SN Nkonyane (Economic Policy and Planning), Mr AJD Sebastian (Business

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

1 200 619

1 289 876

1 248 606

Actual Expenditure

1 033 996

1 158 888

1 109 847

Employee Compensation

145 237

137 269

128 335

Goods and Services

69 845

78 008

58 163

Capital Assets

128 578

274 923

310 575

18 067

44 179

12 250

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

254

224

243

Posts Filled

228

219

240

MPUMALANGA

BOOKMARKS

PUBLIC ENTITIES Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency (MEGA) Mpumalanga Economic Regulator (MER) Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency

DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION CONTACT DETAILS

education

PHYSICAL: Building 5, Government Boulevard, Riverside Park, Mbombela POSTAL: Private Bag X11341, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 5552 / 5349 / 5115 / 0800 203 116 WEB: www.mpumalanga.gov.za/education

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Education is to commit to work with its stakeholders to promote effective teaching and learning through good governance, capable management and proficient leadership. Its vision is to advance excellence in quality education provision. The Department’s values are integrity, consultation, accountability, professionalism and transformation.

M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

Deputy Directors General: Mrs Lucy Hluhani Moyane (Curriculum) Chief Directors: Mr MJ Lushaba (District Management and Coordination), Mrs TMN Maribe (Physical Resource Management)

Communications Officers: Mr Gerald Sambo (Media Liaison Officer), Mr Jasper Zwane

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

20 921 598

19 497 078

Actual Expenditure

22 395 334

20 733 776

19 283 726

15 092 491

16 457 703

15 307 099 1 667 449

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

MEC: Mr Bonakele Amos Majuba (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Jabulani Rolland Nkosi (Acting) CFO: Ms Mirriam Mapule Mashiteng

2017/18 Financially Unqualified

22 365 423

Goods and Services

OFFICE BEARERS

2018/19 Financially Unqualified

Total Final Appropriation Employee Compensation

MEC MR BA MAJUBA

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

HUMAN RESOURCES

45 956

1 811 243

1 047 212

1 042 497

807 721

307 041

414 041

190 623

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

43 747

43 191

43 134

Posts Filled

41 275

42 345

42 403

PUBLIC ENTITIES Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT)

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

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DEPARTMENT: HEALTH CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: No 7 Government Boulevard, Building 3, Riverside Park, Mbombela, 1200

health

POSTAL: Private Bag X11285, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 3429 WEB: www.mpuhealth.gov.za EMAIL: health@mpuhealth.gov.za

M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Health is to improve the quality of health and well-being of all people in the province by providing a needs-based, people-centred, equitable health care delivery system through an integrated network of health care services, provided by a cadre of dedicated and well-skilled health workers. The Department’s strategic goals are to increase life expectancy; decrease maternal and child mortality; combat HIV/AIDS and decrease the burden of disease from tuberculosis; and strengthen health system effectiveness.

MEC MS SJ MANZINI

HOD DR S MOHANGI

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Sasekani Janet Manzini (ANC) Head of Department: Dr Savera Mohangi (Head: Health) CFO: Mr Phaswa Mamogale Chief Directors: Ms NG Hlatshwayo (Gert Sibande District), Ms S Makwetla (Strategic Health Programmes), Mr PP Mamgale (Financial Management), Mr D Mdluli (Ehlanzeni District), Ms DC Mdluli (Primary Health Care), Ms M Mohale (Hospital Services), Mr EL Mokwane (Infrastructure Development and Technical Services), Mr MJ Motlhamme (Nkangala District), Mr Jabulani Nkosi (Human Resource Management and Development), Ms Nomsa Shabangu (Integrated Health Planning) Directors: Mr Eland Mbokodo (Internal Audit and Risk Management), Mr Bheki Mdhlovu (Monitoring and Evaluation) Communications Officers: Mr Dumisani Malamule (Director: Communication), Mr Christopher Nobela (Media Liaison Officer)

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

14 280 909

13 119 591

12 160 053 12 083 013

14 257 736

13 055 943

Employee Compensation

8 179 830

7 662 953

7 217 105

Goods and Services

4 607 610

3 913 891

3 439 974

865 722

1 028 712

1 057 356

127 042

139 386

344 236

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

23 235

22 338

22 516

21 021

20 412

20 421

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

DEPARTMENT: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 7 Government Boulevard, Building 6 & 7, Riverside Park,

human settlements

Mbombela, 1200

POSTAL: Private Bag X11328, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 6088 WEB: dhs.mpg.gov.za EMAIL: infodhs@mpg.gov.za

M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Human Settlements is to facilitate the creation of integrated sustainable human settlements. The Department’s strategic goals are the upgrading of accommodation within the informal settlements; improvement of access to basic services; provision of affordable accommodation within the gap market; mobilisation of well-located public land for low income and affordable housing; provision of housing for the establishment of integrated sustainable human settlements; and contribution towards vibrant, equitable and sustainable rural communities.

MEC MR SK MASHILO

ACTING HOD DR DS NKOSI

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Speed Katishi Mashilo (ANC) Head of Department: Dr DS Nkosi (Acting) CFO: Mr Sithembiso Nyoka (Chief Director: Financial Management) Chief Directors: Mr AM Mabuza (Security Management), Mr BM Mhlanga (Corporate Services), Mr Prechard Mpofu (Engineering Services and Quality Assurance), Mr EB Nkosi (Risk Management), Mr DS Nkosi (Integrated Human Settlements and Planning and Policy Coordination), Mr Uno Okon (Programme and Project Management), Ms HN Zitha (Rental, Assets and Property Management) Directors: Mr L Appasamy (Subsidy Administration), Ms TE Dhludhlu (Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr R Ledwaba (Rental Housing Tribunal), Adv PP Mabaso (Legal Services), Mr PK Madihlaba (Office of the

MEC), Ms V Manana (Engineering Services and Quality Assurance – Ehlanzeni District), Ms CT Mashego (Human Resource Management and Development), Ms T Matsebula (Community Empowerment and Stakeholder Engagement), Ms Lindiwe Mlambo (Financial Accounting), Mr TA Mnisi (Rental Housing and Properties), Mr R Mogane (Strategic Planning, PST and SDI, Policy and Knowledge Management), Mr R Ntshanana (Acting: Engineering Services and Quality Assurance – Nkangala District), Mr HM Vilakazi (Management Accounting), Ms B Zuma (Human Settlements Development) Senior Management: Mr S Brown (Chief Construction Project Manager – Gert Sibande District), Ms L Geleba (Chief Construction Project Manager – Nkangala District), Mr L Khonjelwayo (Deputy Director:

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

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Human Settlements Policy and Research), Mr RS Mabuyakhulu (Chief Construction Project Manager – Ehlanzeni District), Ms TZ Ndlovu (Deputy Director: Internal Control and Compliance), Mr TC Selowe (Deputy Director: Land Acquisition and Tenure Services), Ms SS Shabangu (Deputy Director: Special Programmes), Mr OD Singwane (Deputy Director: Information and Communications Technology) Communications Officers: Ms Goodness Sihlangu (Media Liaison Officer)

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

1 957 048

1 949 585

1 843 345

Actual Expenditure

1 895 046

1 894 360

1 839 961

231 979

220 205

191 649

68 189

67 059

54 457

1 839

5 020

3 144

997 176

1 193 431

984 535

2017/18

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

509

503

453

Posts Filled

402

400

366

MPUMALANGA

BOOKMARKS

DEPARTMENT: PROVINCIAL TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Nokuthula Simelane Building, No.7 Government Boulevard,

provincial treasury

Riverside Park Extension, Mbombela, 1200

POSTAL: Private Bag X11205, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 4572 WEB: treasury.mpg.gov.za EMAIL: treasuryinfo@mpg.gov.za

M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Provincial Treasury is to enhance fiscal discipline, accountability and effective governance in PFMA and MFMA institutions through a capable and professional workforce; intergovernmental collaboration; and sustainable funding and equitable allocation and prudent financial management.

OFFICE BEARERS

MEC MR PV MKHATSHWA

MEC: Mr Prince Vusumuzi Mkhatshwa (MEC: Finance, Economic Development and Tourism) (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Gugu Mashiteng CFO: Mr Mfanufikile Khoza Senior Management: Adv Vulani Baloyi (Legal Services), Mr A Bellim (Chief Audit Executive), Ms J Bezuidenhout (General Manager: Financial Governance), Mr CT Dlamini (General Manager: Assets and Liabilities), Mr G Milazi (General Manager: Sustainable Resource Management), Ms J Nel (Planning) Communications Officers: Mr Letshela Jonas (Director: Communication), Mr Kulani Mavunda (Media Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

439 393

439 997

386 852

Actual Expenditure

354 262

331 518

287 542

187 124

193 703

169 718

138 469

123 682

110 254

27 307

12 472

6 589

-

4 800

98

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Clean Audit

2018/19 Clean Audit

2017/18 Clean Audit

HUMAN RESOURCES

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

433

297

294

Posts Filled

277

281

285

DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS, ROADS AND TRANSPORT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Building 7, Government Boulevard, Riverside Park, Extension 2, Mbombela, 1200 POSTAL: Private Bag X11310, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 6696 WEB: dpwrt.mpg.gov.za EMAIL: communicationdpwrt@mpg.gov.za

public works, roads & transport M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Public Works, Roads and Transport is to provide an integrated, reliable and cost-effective transport system that meets the development needs of the province, and to deliver infrastructure that promotes sustainable economic development and job creation. The Department’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are: efficient and effective governance; a balanced and equitable provincial government building infrastructure portfolio; transport infrastructure delivery; transport system management, operation and regulation; and coordination of EPWP III across the province.

MEC MS M LATCHMINARAIN

HOD MR MC MOROLO

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

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OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

MEC: Ms Mohita Latchminarain Head of Department: Mr Morake Charles Morolo CFO: Ms Hellen Nonhlanhla Mdaka Communications Officers: Mr Mxolisi Cyril Dlamini (Deputy Director:

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Communication Services), Mr Mpho Gabashane (Media Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

2019/20

2018/19

R’000

R’000

2017/18 R’000

5 458 228 5 328 400 1 017 853 1 893 698 1 479 084 182 682

5 303 752 5 204 768 1 002 042 2 049 826 1 293 937 52 239

4 777 136 4 702 307 992 316 1 781 456 1 113 669 1 418

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

3 198

3 209

3 482

3 085

3 189

3 454

DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS

Social Development

PHYSICAL: No 7 Government Boulevard, Riverside Government Complex, Indwe Building (Building 3), River Side Park, Mbombela, 1200 POSTAL: Private Bag X11285, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 766 3111 WEB: www.dsdmpu.gov.za

Department: Soc ial Dev elopment M PU M AL ANG A PROV I NCE

OVERVIEW With the vision of a caring, humane and developed society, the mission of the Mpumalanga Department of Social Development is to provide equitable, integrated and quality sustainable social development services to eradicate poverty and protect vulnerable groups in the communities of Mpumalanga.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Lindiwe Ntshalintshali (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Mxolisi Vincent Mahlalela CFO: Ms Mmamokete Belinah Mojapelo Chief Directors: Ms Molatelo Florah Dlamini (Community Development), Ms Sizakele Gloria Mazibuko (Acting: Welfare Services), Mr Junior Bigboy Mbatha (Business Support), Mr Sipho Goodwill Ntuli (Acting: Corporate Services) Directors: Ms SE Botha (Population and Policy Promotion), Mr A Cloete (Acting: Human Resource Development), Ms M Coetzee (Acting District Director: Nkangala), Mr TE Mahlangu (District Director: Ehlanzeni), Mr CM Malele (Management Accounting), Ms Z Maseko (Children and Families), Mr BC Masuko (Acting: Supply Chain Management), Ms GS Mazibuko (Restorative Services), Mr CA Ngubane (Acting: Strategic Planning, Policy Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms PA Nkosi (District Director: Gert Sibande), Ms MP Nonyane (Sustainable Livelihoods), Mr KC Thete (Youth Development) Communications Officers: Ms Ramudabjane Daisy Kgwale (Acting Communications Manager)

MEC MS L NTSHALINTSHALI

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

HOD MR MV MAHLALELA

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 651 607 1 635 807 741 248 252 903 100 168 44 389

1 538 468 1 523 906 693 168 218 176 84 292 28 604

1 484 438 1 474 275 661 872 169 967 133 879 2 457

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

2 034 1 935

1 930 1 900

1 994 1 934

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

Posts Approved Posts Filled

MPUMALANGA ECONOMIC GROWTH AGENCY (MEGA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: ABSA Square Building, 20 Paul Kruger Street, Mbombela, 1200

POSTAL: PO Box 5838, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 755 6328 WEB: www.mega.gov.za EMAIL: info@mega.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency (MEGA) Act 1 of 2010, mandates that the entity is established to accomplish the following: to provide funding in respect of property development, approved enterprises, housing loans, and agricultural development, focusing primarily on previously disadvantaged individuals within the province; to focus on project management and development, and to manage immovable property; and to promote foreign trade and investment so as to ensure enterprise and agricultural development that will significantly contribute to economic growth and development within the province, with specific emphasis on black economic empowerment. The vision of MEGA is to be a capable, credible and resilient institution stimulating the

sustainable growth and development of the economy of Mpumalanga to reduce unemployment, poverty and inequality. The Agency’s objectives are fostering the sustainable growth and development of the Mpumalanga economy by attracting investment to the province; facilitating investment in the province; and maximising the development impact of investment in the province.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr DS Mkhwanazi Deputy Chairperson: Mr NB Maphanga

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

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Board Members: Mr S Ledwaba, Ms TC Mametja (Company Secretary), Mr L Mashile, Mr BV Mbungela, Ms A Mkhwanazi, Adv P Morgan, Ms LN Mtsweni, Ms ZV Phungwayo, Mr M Seleke CEO: Mr Isaac Mahlangu CFO: Mr EL Potgieter Senior Management: Mr GJ Dladla (General Manager: Funding)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Total Revenue

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

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

140 432 958 746 1 099 178 217 621 6 363 223 984 875 194

220 204 947 406 1 167 610 262 992 6 353 269 346 898 264

279 646 899 868 1 179 514 187 039 5 899 192 938 986 576

435 293

398 385

378 766

Exchange Transactions

260 451

227 424

222 154

Non-Exchange Transactions

174 842

170 961

156 612

Total Expenditure

(458 364)

(425 402)

(492 157)

Employee Costs

(119 027)

(123 653)

(110 011)

(23 071)

(27 017)

(113 392)

(116 660)

49 808

(2 076)

41 906

11 098

(69 497)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

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

34 910

116 339

56 706

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

93 695

115 968

147 020

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

259

259

259

112

117

118

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

MPUMALANGA

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

MPUMALANGA ECONOMIC REGULATOR (MER) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 1st Avenue, White River, Mpumalanga, 1240 POSTAL: Private Bag X9908, White River, Mpumalanga, 1240 TEL: 013 750 8000 WEB: www.mer.org.za EMAIL: ceo@mer.org.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Mpumalanga Economic Regulator (MER) is to be at the forefront of effective regulation of the gambling and liquor industries. MER’s mission is to ensure the integrity of the gambling and liquor industries through efficient regulation within the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. The objectives of the Regulator are to regulate the gambling and liquor industries in the province in terms of the relevant legislation, inter alia, to: ensure the suitability of all persons wishing to participate in the gambling and liquor industries within Mpumalanga; to ensure the effective and efficient regulation of gambling and liquor industries in terms of the relevant legislation; ensure that the MER operates in accordance with national, provincial and international gambling and liquor policies and standards; conduct research, with a view to advise Government on the socio-economic impact of gambling and liquor within the province; perform the functions of the MER in accordance with acceptable corporate governance practices; promote responsible gambling, liquor trade and consumption in the Mpumalanga Province through public awareness campaigns; promote transformation and sustainability of the gambling and liquor industries in the province; and provide assurance that complete and accurate levies are paid as prescribed. Note: The Mpumalanga Gambling Board and the Mpumalanga Liquor Authority officially merged on 16 October 2017 to form the Mpumalanga Economic Regulator. The financial information up to 2016/17 only reflects the figures for the Mpumalanga Gambling Board.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms G Deiner (Acting) Deputy Chairperson: Mr PL Mhlongo Board Members: Adv V Baloyi, LB Mabaso, NF Mabuza, Ms TE Mawelele, PEE Mntambo, Mr TN Mzoneli, Ms LL Nkosi

CEO: Mr Bheki Mlambo CFO: Mr Lucas Maseko Senior Management: Ms Carla Bastos (Executive Manager: Audit), Mrs Marina Bezuidenhout (Executive Manager: Legal Services),

Mr Cedrick Chiloane (Executive Manager: Communcations), Mr Nivard Lubisi (Executive Manager: Research and Planning), Mr Vusi Mtsweni (Executive Manager: Compliance), Mr André Otto (Executive Manager: Licensing) Communications Officers: Mr Cedrick Chiloane (Executive Manager: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

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

43 989 29 548 73 536 31 479 1 120 32 599 40 936

49 850 25 027 74 877 36 613 762 37 376 37 501

47 634 24 781 72 415 39 443 715 40 158 32 257

95 538 1 683 93 855 (97 173) (73 600) (1 635)

98 293 1 983 96 310 (93 048) (67 426) 5 245

42 789 894 41 895 (47 407) (27 687) (4 619)

86 (1 428) 37 389 -

3 372 (1 024) 38 732 418

(7 979) (443) 36 486 -

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

84

85

85

Posts Filled

78

79

77

MPUMALANGA REGIONAL TRAINING TRUST (MRTT) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Suite No.8, Bureau de Paul Route, N4 Office Park, Emalahleni, 1035

POSTAL: Private Bag X7288, Emalahleni, 1035 TEL: 013 656 0875 / 0857 / 0931 WEB: www.rttrust.co.za

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

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OVERVIEW The vision of the Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT) is to be recognised as an accredited sustainable skills development agency throughout Southern Africa. Their mission is to provide quality customised training interventions, and practical workplace training, placement and aftercare according to the demands of the market that they serve for job creation and poverty alleviation. The Entity’s strategic goals are to develop skills in hospitality, tourism, technical, and other demand-driven areas in accordance with national and provincial mandates; improve service delivery through good corporate governance and compliance to relevant legislation; market products and services and establish working relations; and provide workplace training, coaching and mentoring through development and management of production units in accordance with sound business principles.

(Manager: Mobile Training), Ms S Sefanyetso (Manager: Rooms Division), Mr Simphiwe Shungube (Acting Manager: Marketing), Mr Marcus Teffo (Manager: Production)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

52 345

88 487

123 704

118 284

122 183

69 481

170 630

210 670

193 185

10 069

28 078

51 384

-

-

-

Total Liabilities

10 069

28 078

51 384

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

160 561

182 592

141 801

Chairperson: Ms TE Mawelele (Acting) Board Members: Mr MS Makgoba (Acting CEO), Mr Petrus Phaphama

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 131 267

141 233

155 848

17 574

33 569

53 699

113 693

107 664

102 149

Total Expenditure

(153 299)

(147 383)

(125 494)

Employee Costs

(7 478 887)

(69 887)

(60 883)

(22 031)

(6 150)

30 353

(27 207)

(28 477)

(14 863)

(1 798)

(8 468)

(2 022)

51 190

80 195

117 319

2 081

4 208

6 765

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

105

105

105

91

93

93

Maoko, Mr TR Mokgoshi, Mr B Sibanyoni, Mr Blessing Mduduzi Singwane, Mr MI Tibane CEO: Mr Sammy Makgoba (Acting) CFO: Mr Mbuyiseni G Jafta Senior Management: Ms Christine Botha (Project Manager: Skills Hub), Mr Bongani Hlatshwayo (Acting General Manager: Hospitality and Tourism Academy), Ms Zanele Khoza (Acting General Manager: Technical Training Operations), Mr Dan Kola (Manager: Quality Assurance), Mr Simon Mabena (Acting Human Resources Manager), Mr Wilson Magwandane (Manager: Planning and Performance Information), Ms Kedibone Mohlala (Manager: Legal Services), Mr Gerald Mokwana (Acting Regional Manager: Training Centres), Mr Botha Nkosi (Acting Manager: CRDP), Ms Ntombenhle ES Phathwa (Manager: Administration and Supply Chain), Mr Paul Ramaboya

Non-Current Assets

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

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 Approved Posts Filled

MPUMALANGA TOURISM AND PARKS AGENCY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Hall’s Gateway, N4 National Road, Mataffin, Mbombela, 1200 POSTAL: Private Bag X11338, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 759 5300/1 WEB: www.mpumalanga.com EMAIL: info@mtpa.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency is to grow tourism and manage biodiversity to stimulate sustainable economic growth that is inclusive and creates decent employment. The objectives of the Agency are to provide for the sustainable management and promotion of tourism and nature conservation in the province, and to ensure the sustainable utilisation of natural resources. The Agency achieves this by: providing for effective management and conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems within the province; developing and ensuring effective management of protected areas; fostering, promoting, and developing and marketing tourism sustainably; and promoting and creating socio-economic growth and transformation within the tourism and conservation industry, thereby creating economic and employment opportunities for previously disadvantaged individuals and local communities in the province.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Thulani Nzima Deputy Chairperson: Ms Nomaswazi Shabangu-Mndawe Board Members: Mr Christopher Lancester Gololo, Mr Tlou Keetse, Mr Daniel Thabo Hector Magome, Ms Sijabulile Makhathini, Ms Mpho Maseko, Mr Sipho Gift Mthombeni, Ms Nonyaniso Brenda Mzuzu, Ms Tholakele Betty Nkambule, Ms Sheila Sekhitla, Dr Freek Venter CEO: Mr Johannes Nobunga CFO: Mr Mduduzi Vilakazi Senior Management: Ms Sma Dlamini (Acting Executive Manager: Tourism), Mr Absalom Mahlangu (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Differ Mogale (Company Secretary), Mr Fhatuwani Mugwabana (Executive Manager: Biodiversity Conservation), Ms Phinda Qutywa (Executive Manager: Commercial Operations) Communications Officers: Ms Kholofelo Nkambule (Senior Manager: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

79 530

59 639

50 834

660 983

620 092

579 018

740 513

679 731

629 853

Current Liabilities

61 113

38 703

46 191

Non-Current Liabilities

3 688

4 490

4 127

Total Liabilities

64 800

43 193

50 318

Total Net Assets

675 712

636 538

579 534

452 343

455 408

429 802

61 805

73 221

66 646

390 538

382 187

363 156

Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

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

(496 010)

(462 177)

(439 114)

Employee Costs

(321 659)

(299 584)

(292 606)

(43 667)

(6 769)

(9 313)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

10 827

18 352

13 765

Investing Activities

(7 559)

(8 196)

(14 671)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

68 940

46 660

43 415

17 483

173 902

7 381

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 129

1 129

1 129

618

613

619

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

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

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PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE The North West Provincial Legislature consists of 33 members, elected by proportional representation. Since the elections on 7 May 2014, the ANC has held a majority of seats in the Legislature.

The parties holding seats are: AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

21 24

ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS

6 3

DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE

4 2

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY

FREEDOM FRONT PLUS

LAND AREA 104 882km2

21

LAND PERCENTAGE 8.6%

PREMIER

PEOPLE

The head of the Provincial Executive is the Premier, who is elected by the Provincial Legislature from among its members. The current Premier of the North West is Mr Bushy Maape

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENTS The Premier appoints an Executive Council consisting of members of the Provincial Legislature. The Members of the Executive Council (MECs) are responsible for the various departments of the provincial administration. The current departments and MECs are: DEPARTMENT

MEC

Agriculture and Rural Development

Ms Desbo Sebonta Francinah Mohono

Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation

Ms Tsotso Galebekwe Virginia Tlhapi

Community Safety and Transport Management

Mr Jonas Sello Lehari

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Ms Lenah Miga

Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism

Ms Keneitswe Norah Mosenogi

Education

Ms Mmaphefo Lucy Matsemela

Health

Mr Madoda Sambatha

Human Settlements

Ms Lenah Miga

Provincial Treasury

Ms Motlalepula Ziphora Rosho

Public Works and Roads

Mr Gaoage Oageng Molapisi

Social Development

Ms Boitumelo Theodora Moiloa

PUBLIC ENTITIES The Provincial Government has, through its legislative capacity, the power to establish state-owned public entities. The role of these public entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a rule each public entity reports to a responsible official in the Provincial Executive (usually an MEC or the Premier). Current public entities include:

3 748 436

1 349 444

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

103,8

36,0

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

22.1%

8.8%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

32.2%

47.2%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,3

HOUSEHOLDS 1 248 766 78.2%

1.9%

18.4%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

Mmabana Arts, Culture and Sports Foundation North West Development Corporation SOC Ltd (NWDC) North West Gambling Board North West Parks Board

North West Provincial Arts and Cultural Council North West Tourism Board Northwest Transport Investments SOC Ltd (NTI)

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

73.0%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

48.7%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

89.6%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 1, 2021, published by Stats SA.

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Magalies Water Poised to Fast-Track Bulk Water Service Provision With a rich history spanning over 50 years, Magalies Water continues to be a trailblazer in the water sector as it makes an intentional and direct impact on the challenges prevalent in its area of operation. The water entity was initially established to respond to the economic ramifications of the emergence of the mining sector along the platinum belt, which spreads across the North West and Limpopo provinces. This was soon to change, when the leadership of the water utility needed to broaden its scope in respect of its service offering by being a fully functional water board, which in terms of the applicable legislation would cater for both commercial and noncommercial consumers. The name change in 1983 of what was known as the Vaalkop Water Board to Magalies Water meant the water utility was redefining its strategic mandate to appeal to a wider customer base. The state-owned entity, which has operations in North West, Gauteng and Limpopo prides itself in being a strategic socio-economic partner to the agriculture, manufacturing, and mining sectors. This as many multi-nationals located in the three provinces receive their bulk water from the Magalies Water operated bulk water network.

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The Magalies Water service area covers 42 000 km² across the three provinces of North West, Limpopo and Gauteng, within the major catchments of the Crocodile and the Pienaars rivers. In addition to the Section 29 activities, Magalies Water also embarks on viable s30 Activities which may include, but are not limited to: • Infrastructure refurbishment • Potable water and wastewater treatment solutions ranging from consultancy services to, implementing agent for capital projects for both potable water and wastewater. • Water conservation and demand management • Operation and Maintenance (O&M) of bulk water supply and bulk sanitation infrastructure • Magalies Water Scientific Services: The SANAS 17025 accredited laboratory - offering services in chemical, environmental and microbiological analysis to the water industry Thoroughout this Magalies Water aims to “be the leading provider of quality water services in South Africa”. Magalies Water currently provides bulk water services to the following municipalities

MR. SANDILE PSYCHOLOGY MKHIZE – referred to as Water Service Authorities in terms of the Water Services Act: • Rustenburg Local Municipality • Moses Kotane Local Municipality • Modimolle-Mookgopong Local Municipality • City of Tshwane • Bela Bela Local Municipality • Thabazimbi Local Municipality • Moretele Local Municipality Other bulk water consumers, serviced by Magalies Water for commercial and noncommercial use include the following:

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Bafokeng Rasimone Platinum Mine Pilanesburg Platinum Mines Bakubung Minerals Rhino Andalusite Mine Carousel Casino Cullinan Diamond Mine Royal Bafokeng Administration SA Ferrochrome (Pty) Ltd Impala Platinum Mine Sun City Northam Platinum Limited Siyanda Bakgatla Platinum Mine PPC Dwaalboom Maseve Mine Glencore Smelter Bakubung Wesizwe Mine Rustenburg Platinum Mines Limited – Amadabult Section • Union Section Joint Venture This supply of bulk water is classified as a Section 29, where a water board is required to provide bulk services to institutions within its area of service. This, the entity aims to achieve by increasing its bulk infrastructure to respond better to the growing demand of water supply as the Bojanala district, which has the most bulk water consumers, continues to experience a steady surge in water demand. The entity’s Chief Executive, Mr. Sandile Psychology Mkhize, who previously held the position General Manager (GM) for Water Services and was later appointed Chief Operating Officer (COO), has seen the water utility transition and evolve in the last couple of years. As the accounting officer, Mkhize has a solid track record in the water and environmental sector. Before joining Magalies Water back in 2014 he held various positions within different institutions including the Department of Water Affairs (now called Water and Sanitation) in the Gauteng Province, Development Bank of Southern Africa, Chevron which is an oil and energy company, AngloGold Ashanti and Humelani Water Services.

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The man at the helm of one of the Water Boards, which recently received a clean audit in the 2019/20 financial year knows all too well what steps need to be taken to ensure the sustainability and consistent growth of Magalies Water. The Chief Executive says, with the numerous internal and external challenges he is impressed with the success the company has been able to register over the few years, although there still lies a lot of work ahead. “We are comforted by the support which came in the form of bulk water contracts from municipalities as well as commercial consumers. We are proud that both the national and provincial government have always made use of our technical expertise and industry knowledge to provide much needed assistance to municipalities who have had serious challenges with water and sanitation services,” Mkhize remarked. Over and above its mandate, the water utility has provided technical support to Madibeng and the Kgetlengrivier Local Municipality at the behest of the National Department of Water and Sanitation. Mkhize says while Magalies Water is being recognized for the sterling work it has done to date, there are some serious challenges which the entity continues to face. “Our reality is that we operate in an ever-changing environment, nothing is a constant. Many of our service areas have developed and are experiencing expansion as a result of the population growth, improvement of the socioeconomic outlook which is a key motivator in the movement of people from one area to another (rural-to-urban migration) in search of better economic opportunities. Although we are able to deliver beyond the required water volumes daily, this has put our infrastructure under a severe strain. The deteriorating quality of our raw water further compounds our challenge of reducing the existing disparity between

water demand and supply. In numerous instances our production is affected to the extent that, we have to reduce the supply of water to our commercial and non-commercial bulk consumers as we are compelled to supply water that meets and exceeds the SANS 241:2015 standard,” Mkhize emphasized. Magalies Water is relentless in its endeavor to respond to the current bulk water challenges particularly where consumption patterns are high and will become unsustainable in the future. The Chief Executive provided technical details on how the second phase will be rolled out. The Phase 2 of the Pilanesberg Bulk Water Supply System (PBWSS), which will cost about R900-million, will be approached in 3 stages that will be funded through a multi-year funding by the Regional Infrastructure Grant (RBIG) of the Department of Water and Sanitation and Magalies Water capital funding allocation. Packages involve the following: • Stage 1: Construction of Tlhabane Reservoir. This will involve Earthworks where large excavation will be done, Concrete structures, Pipe work comprising of large diameter steel/uPVC and stainless-steel pipes, large bore valves in variable sizes. • Stage 2: Construction of Mafenya to Tlhabane bulk water pipeline mainly of steel/uPVC to withstand high pressures in the system. • Stage 3: Construction of the pumping station next to existing Mafenya reservoir to pump water all the way to Tlhabane reservoir with a combination of gravity feed. A similar project to address the consumption phenomenon has been started. While the project is at concept stage, once completed it is intended to increase the bulk capacity of water to communities of Bethanie, Barseba, Makolokwe and Modikwe through an upgrade of the Kortbegrip pipeline.

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PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2nd Floor, New Parliament Building, Dr James Moroka Drive, Mmabatho, 2735

POSTAL: Private Bag X2018, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 392 7000/70 WEB: www.nwpl.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the North West Provincial Legislature is to be an activist legislature geared towards political stability through participatory democracy. Its mission is to initiate and pass transformation-orientated legislation; promote public participation in the legislative and oversight processes; conduct the business of the North West Legislature in an open, transparent and accountable manner; establish and maintain a skilled administration that maximises legislative and oversight efficiency; empower members of the Legislature so as to effectively participate in the business of the Legislature; and ensure an effective interaction, cooperation, coordination and liaison with Parliament, especially the National Council of Provinces (NCOP). The Legislature’s strategic goals are to effectively and efficiently conduct oversight over the executive, so that it is held accountable and delivers on its mandate; enhance the policy and legislative capacity of the Legislature in order to pass transformative legislation; promote good corporate governance; and enhance public awareness and effective participation of the public and stakeholders in the Legislature’s activities and business.

Ms Mmaphefo Lucy Matsemela Ms Onica Dipuo Medupe Ms NL Miga Ms Sebonta Francinah Desbo Mohono Ms Boitumelo Theodora Moiloa Mr Gaoage Oageng Molapisi Ms Kenetswe Norah Mosenogi Ms Ntsetsao Viola Motsumi (Deputy Speaker) Mr Arone Motswana Mr De Wet Nel Mr Mponeng Winston Rabotapi Ms Motlalepula Ziphora Rosho Mr Madoda Sambatha Mr Paul Mosetlha Sebegoe (Chief Whip) Mr Bafana Freddy Sonakile Ms Jacqueline Rachelle Theologo Ms Galebekwe Virginia Tlhapi Ms Tinah Priscilla Williams Mr Lebogang Emmanuel Xaba

Secretary: Mr OS Mosiane Communications Officers: Ms Namhla Luhabe FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Non-Current Assets Total Assets

SPEAKER MS SR DANTJIE

Current Liabilities

DEPUTY SPEAKER MS NV MOTSUMI

Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

2019 General Election seat allocation: ANC 21, EFF 6, DA 4, VF PLUS 2 Speaker: Ms Sussana Rebecca Dantjie (ANC) Deputy Speaker: Ms Ntsetsao Viola Motsumi (ANC)

Members: Mr Keobakile Phanuel Babuile Mr Matshidiso Mathews Botswe Mr Mmoloki Saviour Cwaile Ms Sussana Rebecca Dantjie (Speaker) Ms Betty Kedisaletse Diale Ms Modiegi Rosey Dikolomela Mr Vuisile Joba Dliso Mr Gavin George Edwards Mr Mothibedi Gordon Kegakilwe Ms Kelebogile Emily Kerileng Mr Jonas Sello Lehari Ms Keobiditse Evelyn Bitsa Lenkopane Mr Bushy Maape (Premier) Mr Daniel Kabelo Mataboge

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

ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC ANC VF PLUS DA ANC ANC ANC DA DA ANC ANC EFF

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

83 061

9 512

31 747

433 104

412 732

277 139

516 165

422 244

308 886

43 806

36 691

53 863

7 447

19 521

15 818

51 253

56 211

69 682

464 912

366 033

239 204

503 641

542 749

542 018

2 500

1 950

2 431

501 141

540 799

539 586

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

(409 605)

(415 472)

(350 228)

Employee Costs

(209 586)

(194 732)

(170 256)

98 879

126 828

191 611

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

114 383

132 905

214 443

Investing Activities

(41 718)

(151 758)

(191 743)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

76 821

4 980

27 190

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

41 159

56 086

66 974

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

349

326

n/a

213

221

n/a

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Garona Building, South Wing, 3rd Floor, Dr James Moroka Drive, Mmabatho POSTAL: Private Bag X65, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 388 3040/4447/2447 WEB: www.nwpg.gov.za EMAIL: Bmohlakoana@nwpg.gov.za

Office of the Premier Department: Office of the Premier N orth W est P rov inc ial G ov ernment R epub lic of South Afric a

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The mission of the North West Office of the Premier is to facilitate integrated governance, planning and accelerate service delivery that is people-centred for improved economic growth in the North West province. The Office is committed to, amongst others, the following priorities: coordination of anti-corruption programmes and forensic investigations; establishment of an appropriately skilled, sufficiently motivated and healthy human resource base, and provision of effective and efficient strategic leadership within the province in the discipline of human resource management; generation and management of knowledge for a sustainable policy, planning and programme impact; monitoring of compliance to National ICT Frameworks (COBIT, ITIL and Provincial Information Society and Development Plan); protection of human rights and promotion of equal access to opportunities and assets for designated groups; provision of integrated and coordinated secretarial and administration support to governance structures within the cluster system; provision of provincial legal services; quality service delivery through cooperative governance and knowledge management; coordination and management of administrative and political support to the Premier; and provision of strategic leadership on communication in the province.

OFFICE BEARERS The North West Office of the Premier has been placed under section 100 (1)(b) national administration. Premier: Mr Bushy Maape Director General: Mr Sibusiso Mpanza (Administrator) Chief of Staff: Mr Thato Magogodi, Kgosi Mphahlele Communications Officers: Ms Bonolo Mohlakoana (Acting Head: Communication), Mr Vuyisile Ngesi (Spokesperson to the Premier)

NORTH WEST

OVERVIEW

PREMIER MR B MAAPE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

n/a

607 113

780 626

Actual Expenditure

n/a

501 034

756 152

Employee Compensation

n/a

327 439

305 163

Goods and Services

n/a

127 295

253 404

Capital Assets

n/a

2 924

15 722

n/a

n/a

213 545

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

n/a

821

793

Posts Filled

n/a

720

778

PUBLIC ENTITIES North West Development Corporation SOC Ltd (NWDC)

DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS

Agriculture & Rural Development

PHYSICAL: Agricentre Building, Cnr Dr James Moroka Drive & Stadium Road, Mmabatho POSTAL: Private Bag X2039, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 389 5111 / 5056 / 5688 WEB: dard.nwpg.gov.za

Department: Agriculture and Rural Development North West Provincial Government REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the North West Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is to work with partners to provide sustainable agricultural and rural development. The Department’s strategic objectives are to review and develop legislative and policy instruments; develop and implement capacity building programmes; develop and implement service delivery programme plans; improve extension and advisory services; ensure implementation of legislative/policy instruments; conduct appropriate research and technology transfer; establish service delivery partnerships; ensure business management and leadership; and implement resource management policies.

MEC MS DSF MOHONO

Note: After the 2019 General Elections the former Department of Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development is being reorganised into the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

The North West Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is currently under section 100 (1) (a) national administration. MEC: Ms Desbo Sebonta Francinah Mohono (MEC: Agriculture and Rural Development) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Dipepeneneng Serage (Acting) CFO: Ms Sophy Koikanyang Chief Directors: Ms Olivia Bodigelo-Nyezi (Corporate Services), Ms Lebo Diale (Environmental Services), Mr Malakia Matlhabe (Acting: Rural Development), Mr Thebe Mothusi (Farmer Support and Development), Ms Bothoboile Pule (Agricultural Support Services) Communications Officers: Ms Emalda Setlako

Total Final Appropriation

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 156 651

1 477 652

1 401 380

1 032 779

1 447 234

1 298 143

576 294

646 396

588 162

Goods and Services

431 190

584 262

529 072

Capital Assets

20 740

79 044

57 921

73 389

171 141

135 557

Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

1 963

n/a

n/a

Posts Filled

1 260

n/a

n/a

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

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DEPARTMENT: ARTS, CULTURE, SPORTS AND RECREATION CONTACT DETAILS

acsr

PHYSICAL: House No 1, Lowe Complex, Modiri Molema Road, Mmabatho POSTAL: Private Bag X2005, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 388 4494 / 5598 WEB: www.nwpg.gov.za/dcata EMAIL: sruthoane@nwpg.gov.za

Department: Ar t s , Cu l t u r e , S p o r t s a n d Re c r e a t i o n N orth W est P rov inc ial G ov ernment R E P U B LI C O F SO U TH AF R I CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the North West Department of Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation is to create, promote and develop arts, culture and sports for community betterment and enrichment, maximising access, development and excellence at all levels of participation. The Department’s strategic goals are to accelerate transformation and inclusivity in arts, culture, sports, library and archive programmes; empower communities with sustainable arts, culture and sports programmes, library and archive programmes; create, promote and develop sustainable arts, culture, sports, library and archive programmes; reengineer arts, culture and heritage programmes into business enhancement activities; provide and develop sustainable infrastructure, research for arts, culture, sports, library and archive services accessible to all communities; provide effective communication and marketing services of all arts, culture and sports programmes; provide effective and efficient policy, legal services, monitoring and evaluation functions to the Department; provide effective and efficient financial management and administration services to the Department and relevant stakeholders; and provide strategic human capital management support and advisory functions to the Department. Note: After the 2019 General Elections the former Department of Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs is being reorganised into the Department of Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Tsotso Galebekwe Virginia Tlhapi (MEC: Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation) (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Nono Bapela Chief of Staff: Mr Hendrick Metsileng (Manager: Office of the MEC), Mr Kelebone Motladile (Manager: Office of the HOD) CFO: Ms Pulane Mojaki Chief Directors: Mr Thabo Mabe (Arts, Culture, Libraries and Archives), Mr Victor Mogajane (Sport and Recreation), Mr Simon Ruthoane (Traditional Affairs) Directors: Mr OL Baikgaki (Traditional House), Mr Siphiwo Lubambo (Arts, Culture and Heritage), Ms Mapule Moleel (Financial Accounting), Mr Budas Mosimane (Strategic Management), Ms Carol Motjuwadi (Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Office), Mr Thapelo Mpuisang (Human Resource Management), Ms Tumelo Naphakade (Supply Chain

MEC MS TGV TLHAPI

HOD MS N BAPELA

Management), Mr Packet Seaketso (Traditional Leadership Support), Mr Alex Sekati (Bojanala District Office), Ms Kgomotso Sekhabi (Arts and Culture), Ms Tinyiko Sempe (Libraries, Information and Archives Services), Mr Moses Tumane (Ngaka Modiri Molema District Office), Mr Gopolang Valtyn (Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Office) Communications Officers: Mr Daddy Sebolecwe (Director: Communications and Marketing)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

801 179 685 103 262 297 179 817 36 437 71 957

771 384 720 196 269 190 189 459 59 575 137 902

749 003 729 125 262 295 197 313 80 196 29 097

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

901 696

n/a n/a

919 734

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

PUBLIC ENTITIES Mmabana Arts, Culture and Sport Foundation North West Provincial Arts and Cultural Council

DEPARTMENT: COMMUNITY SAFETY AND TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Tirelo Building, Albert Lithuli Drive, Mahikeng, 2745 POSTAL: Private Bag X19, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 200 8401/2 / 080 020 4992 WEB: www.nwpg.gov.za/Community_Safety_and_Transport_ Management/new/index.html

dcstm Department: Community Safety and Transport M anag ement No r t h W e s t Pr o v i n c i a l G o v e r n m e n t REPU B L I C OF S OU TH AF RI CA

EMAIL: nwcommsafety@nwpg.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the North West Department of Community Safety and Transport Management is to provide effective coordination of crime prevention initiatives, provincial police oversight, traffic management and road safety towards a more secure environment.

OFFICE BEARERS The North West Department of Community Safety and Transport Management is currently under section 100 (1) (b) national administration. MEC: Mr Jonas Sello Lehari (ANC) Administrator: Mr Mathabatha Mokonyama

MEC MR JS LEHARI

HOD MS B MOFOKENG

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

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Ms Seatlholo Matlhako (Acting: Corporate Services), Mr Molefi Morule (Transport Regulations), Ms Nikiwe Num (Civilian Secretariat for Police Service) Directors: Mr Olebogeng Baikgaki (Transport Terminals), Mr Ntlhopeng Dikobe (Operator License and Permits), Ms Thobeka Leteane (Human Resources Management), Ms Dikeledi Letsapa (Monitoring and Oversight), Mr Sipho Maduma (Supply Chain Management), Mr Seatlholo Matlhako (Information Communication Technology), Mr Julius Mithikge (Transport Planning and Policy Development), Mr Suebel Mmono (Transport Administration and Licensing), Ms Mokopi Mogale (Financial Management), Mr Patrick Mohono (Public Transport Services), Mr Moeti Moiloa (Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Peter Mosiane (Government Motor Fleet), Ms Maria Mothibedi (Risk Management and Internal Control), Mr Paul Namate (Legal Services), Ms Florence Nchoe (Crime Prevention Partnerships), Mr Thabo Sematle (Communication Services), Mr Paul Stone (Road Traffic Management), Ms Motshabi Tshukudu (Road Safety Management)

Communications Officers: Ms Bogadi Mogoerane, Ms Boitshoko Moremi (Departmental Spokesperson), Ms Anneline Phefo (MEC’s Office) FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 415 421

2 322 767

2 100 814

2 378 638

2 255 188

2 041 084

640 278

585 260

555 323

1 007 451

948 953

761 275

34 582

31 807

74 264

1 266 694

1 312 453

981 374

2017/18

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

1 661

1 635

1 581

Posts Filled

1 429

1 446

1 437

NORTH WEST

Head of Department: Ms Botlhale Mofokeng Chief of Staff: Mr Oshebeng Koonyaditse (Head of Office: MEC) CFO: Ms Kutlwano Phatudi Chief Directors: Ms Mmaserame Dayel (Transport Operations),

PUBLIC ENTITIES Northwest Transport Investments SOC Ltd (NTI)

DEPARTMENT: COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS CONTACT DETAILS

Directors: Ms H du Plessis (Housing Policy and Research), Ms F Hagan

PHYSICAL: NWDC Building, cnr Provident House & University Drive,

(ICT and Records Management), Ms M Jaards (Bojanala District), Mr M Keboneilwe (Acting: Ngaka Modiri Molema District), Mr Thabo Lerefolo (Legal Services), Mr D Makhate (Municipal Development and Planning), Ms K Maruping (Housing Subsidy Administrator), Mr M Mashabane (Planning and Technical Services), Ms D Moagi (Housing Tribunal and Advisory Panel), Ms R Mohlabati (Risk Management), Mr P Moipolai (Municipal Administration), G Mokoena (Acting: MPRES), Mr M Monageng (Integrated Municipal Infrastructure), Mr G Mothusi (Acting: Ruth Segomotso Mompati District), Mr KW Ngazire (Acting: Subsidy Administration and Claims), Mr M Radebe (Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr M Rikhotso (Disaster Management), Mr Frank Sepeng (HRM and Development) Senior Management: Ms Bridget Mantlhasi (PA: Head of Department), Ms Marcia Maseka (Manager: Office of the HOD) Communications Officers: Mr MS Bole (Director: Communications), Mr Chris Motshabi (Media Liaison Officer), Dinelo Thapelo

Mmabatho, 2735 POSTAL: Private Bag X 2145, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 388 2891 / 4808 / 2882 / 3690 WEB: www.nwpg.gov.za/HumanSettlements/site/index.html

OVERVIEW The mission of the North West Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs is to to effectively support, monitor and promote developmental local government and viable institutions of Traditional Affairs. The Department’s strategic goals are: to provide compliant corporate support services; to enable and support financial management in the Department; to enable improved governance and administration in municipalities; integrated and sustainable infrastructure developed for the betterment of the lives of the people of Bokone Bophirima province, and to provide strategic support to the institutions of traditional leaders. Note: From 2019/20 the Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs has been reorganised into the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs and the Department of Human Settlements.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

557 388

2 553 482

2 583 368

Actual Expenditure

490 552

2 509 001

2 544 751

OFFICE BEARERS

Employee Compensation

229 687

246 386

236 398

The North West Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs is currently under section 100 (1) (a) national administration. MEC: Ms Lenah Miga Head of Department: Mr James Keatlegile Mashego (Acting) CFO: Mr Mandla Magwetyana Chief Directors: Mr Vusi Bidi (Acting: Housing Development), Ms Mamorena Lehoko (Corporate Services), Ms E Mmutle (Acting: Local Governance), Mr Tshepo Phetlhu (Housing Needs, Research, Planning and Technical Services)

Goods and Services

130 309

112 372

101 764

13 762

5 983

19 117

566

173 169

39 390

2017/18

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

n/a

n/a

720

Posts Filled

n/a

n/a

530

DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION AND TOURISM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: NWDC Building, 1st Floor, Cnr Provident Street & University Drive, Mmabatho

POSTAL: Private Bag X15, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 388 5870 WEB: www.nwpg.gov.za/dedect

dedect

Department: Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism North West Provincial Government REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

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

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OVERVIEW The vision of the North West Department of Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism (dedect) is to be a growing economy wherein enterprises thrive. Its mission is to lead, coordinate, support, implement and champion inclusive economic growth for the people of the North West Province through economic planning and development, enterprise development, and effective regulatory services. The Department’s values, derived from the Constitution, underpin the activities of the ’dedect’ through: acting in a fair manner when executing its responsibilities; treating all clients and employees equitably in all respects; remaining accessible to its stakeholders and role players in the course of executing its responsibilities; undertaking to be transparent in the conduct of its core business; being accountable for its business actions and decisions; participating fully in all areas of its responsibility to satisfy the needs of the clients and stakeholders; and exercising good governance at all times. Note: After the 2019 General Election the former North West Department of Tourism was disestablished and incorporated into the new Department of Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism.

Chief Directors: Ms Lebogang Diale (Environmental Services), Mr Ishmael Kgokong (Tourism Planning), Ms Sarah Manone (Tourism Growth, Development and Transformation), Mr Moeketsi Senqhi (Corporate Services), Ms Onnica Sithole (Business Regulations), Mr Frank Tlhomelang (Integrated Economic Development Service (IEDS)) Directors: Ms Tharina Boshoff (Environmental Policy, Planning and Coordination), Mr Jonathon Denga (Biodiversity Management), Mr Gabriel Dichabe (Tourist Guiding and Regulatory Services), Mr Kealeboga Digoamaje (Human Resources Management), Mr Oduetse Diutlwileng (Financial Management), Mr Basil Jonkers (Tourism Planning and Sector Performance), Ms Portia Krisjan (Environmental Quality Management), Mr Edwin Letsogo (Consumer Affairs), Mr Sylvester Mfuloane (Environmental Empowerment Services), Ms Happy Mokone (Enterprise Development), Mr Wellington Molokele (Supply Chain Management), Mr Tlhopane Nthatisi (Tourism Growth and Development), Mr Jabulane Radebe (Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Lerato Sechogo (Research and Policy Development), Mr Matabane Seretse (MEC Support), Ms Khumo Taoana (Liquor Regulations), Ms Mercy Tumane (Policy and Planning) Communications Officers: Ms Dineo Lolokwane (Director: Corporate Communication and IT)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

MEC MS KN MOSENOGI

HOD MR L TSHIKOVHI

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

956 369

376 991

297 708

Actual Expenditure

291 937

920 543

376 991

Employee Compensation

283 717

110 206

96 479

Goods and Services

138 148

101 924

114 529

40 101

1 567

2 899

81 421

7

2 366

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

OFFICE BEARERS

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

The North West Department of Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism is currently under section 100 (1) (a) national administration. MEC: Ms Kenetswe Norah Mosenogi (MEC: Economic Development, Environment and Tourism) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Lufuno Tshikovhi CFO: Ms Constance Molosiwa

Posts Approved

770

n/a

239

Posts Filled

530

n/a

218

PUBLIC ENTITIES North West Gambling Board North West Parks Board North West Tourism Board

DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION

education

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 2nd Floor, Garona Building, Dr James Moroka Drive,

Lefapha la Thuto la Bokone Bophirima Noord-Wes Departement van Onderwys North West Department of Education

Mmabatho POSTAL: Private Bag X2044, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 388 2970 WEB: desd.nwpg.gov.za

NORTH WEST PROVINCE

OVERVIEW The mission of the North West Department of Education is to provide quality basic education for higher learner achievement through educator excellence and support services. The Department’s strategic goals are: effective and efficient governance and management systems; quality curriculum implementation and school support programmes; expanded inclusive education; registered and monitored independent schools; strengthened special schools in accordance with relevant policy; improved provision of vocational and occupational education and training; and expanded adult literacy and training. Note: After the 2019 General Elections the former Department of Education and Sport Development is being reorganised into the Department of Education.

OFFICE BEARERS The North West Department of Education is currently under section 100 (1) (b) national administration. MEC: Ms Mmaphefo Lucy Matsemela (MEC: Education) (ANC)

MEC MS ML MATSEMELA

HOD MS SM SEMASWE

Head of Department: Ms SM Semaswe Chief of Staff: Mr MR Masike CFO: Mr GR Molema Chief Directors: Dr VS Mogajane (Sport Development) Directors: Mr Thabo Pharavatho (Office of the HOD) Communications Officers: Mr Gershwin Chuenyane (Director: Communications)

Refer to p9 for more information on sources, methodology and definitions. *Refer to provincialgovernment.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

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000 15 278 077

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation

n/a

16 136 880

Actual Expenditure

n/a

15 840 840

15 071 543

Employee Compensation

n/a

12 586 543

11 586 670

Goods and Services

n/a

1 211 666

1 160 616

Capital Assets

n/a

691 161

1 063 272

n/a

383 911

197 355

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

n/a

34 964

34 598

Posts Filled

n/a

30 670

29 791

NORTH WEST

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEPARTMENT: HEALTH CONTACT DETAILS

health

PHYSICAL: Cnr 1st Street & Sekame Road, Mahikeng, 2745 POSTAL: Private Bag X2068, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 391 4000 / 1 WEB: health.nwpg.gov.za

Department of Health North West Province REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The mission of the North West Department of Health is to render accessible, equitable and integrated quality health services.

Deputy Directors General: Kgosi KK Mothlabane (Health Services) Chief Directors: Ms EM Tlhogane (Corporate Services) Directors: Mr TM Mmako (Legal Services), Mr LR Mtsabe (Security and Records), Mr JM Seitisho (HOD Support)

Communications Officers: Mr Tebogo Lekgethwane (Director: Media and Communications Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT MEC MR M SAMBATHA

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

12 325 784

11 543 471

10 600 197

Actual Expenditure

12 435 608

11 508 323

10 303 417

Employee Compensation

8 045 019

7 165 979

6 412 002

OFFICE BEARERS

Goods and Services

3 699 280

3 483 747

3 005 112

The North West Department of Health is currently under section 100 (1) (b) national administration. MEC: Mr Madoda Sambatha (ANC) Administrator: Ms Jeanette Hunter Head of Department: Mr Obakeng Eden Mongale CFO: Ms Bertha Maleka

Capital Assets

509 616

649 962

641 097

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 016 351

1 363 499

1 191 237

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

23 584

n/a

21 809

Posts Filled

19 555

n/a

17 536

DEPARTMENT: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS CONTACT DETAILS

OFFICE BEARERS

PHYSICAL: 1st Floor West Wing, University Drive, Garona Building POSTAL: Private Bag x2099, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 388 5176

MEC: Ms Lenah Miga Head of Department: Mr James Keatlegile Mashego

OVERVIEW The mission of the North West Department of Human Settlements is to effectively plan, coordinate, provide and support the development of habitable integrated sustainable human settlements in the province. The Department’s focus is on the creation of integrated and sustainable human settlements specifically the creation of housing opportunities, access to serviced sites, issuing of title deeds and resolution of tribunal cases.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Disclaimer

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

2 228 108

Actual Expenditure

1 888 408

Employee Compensation

106 091

Goods and Services

26 160

Capital Assets Note: From 2019/20 the Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs has been reorganised into the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs and the Department of Human Settlements.

216

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

125 179

2019/20

Posts Approved

148

Posts Filled

148

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

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DEPARTMENT: PROVINCIAL TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS

provincial treasury

PHYSICAL: Garona Building, East Wing, 2nd Floor, Cnr James Moroka & University Drive, Mmabatho, 2735 POSTAL: Private Bag X2060, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 388 4441 / 5679 / 3584 WEB: www.nwpg.gov.za/treasury

Department: Provincial Treasury North West Provincial Government REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

OVERVIEW The vision of the North West Department of Provincial Treasury is to be the ultimate financial management authority and adviser on fiscal matters to the North West Provincial and Local Administration in pursuit of transparency, good financial management and accountability to all its stakeholders. The Department’s mission is to provide leadership in the management of public resources for efficient, effective and economic service delivery through well-coordinated support to provincial departments, public entities and municipalities. The departmental outcomes are a skilled, capable and ethical workforce; improved integrated planning, budgeting, and implementation and monitoring; improved financial management in departments, public entities and municipalities; and a fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective supply chain management system.

OFFICE BEARERS The North West Department of Provincial Treasury is currently under section 100 (1) (a) national administration. MEC: Ms Motlalepula Ziphora Rosho (MEC: Finance) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Ndlela Kunene CFO: Mr Riad Soofie Deputy Directors General: Mr Geo Paul (Provincial Accountant General) Chief Directors: Mr Mosimanegape Bogosi (Budget and Public Finance Management), Mr Akbar Ganey (Financial Systems), Ms Matshidiso Jansen-Mwase (Corporate Services), Ms Harriet Kasirivu (Chief Economist), Mr Harry Mashao (Provincial Supply Chain Management), Mr Malele Mogoane (Macro Economic Analysis), Mr Andre Nel (Chief Audit Executive), Ms Linda Nengovhela (Municipal Finance Management) Directors: Mr Pheelo Setona (MEC Support) Senior Management: Mr Errol Abrahams (Budget and Public Finance), Mr Mthetho Daantjie (Infrastructure Coordination), Mr Bushy Gaasenoe (Norms and Standards), Mr Kgomotso Gaobepe (Macro Economic Analysis), Mr Maxwell Gopane (Financial Systems), Mr Razvan Hartopanu (Specialised Audits), Ms Ayesha Hassim (Financial Management Services), Ms Karen Horsley (Accounting Services), Mr Gordon Letlhogile (Strategic Management), Ms Desiree Mafulako

MEC MS MZ ROSHO

HOD MR N KUNENE

(Human Resources Management and Development), Mr Katlego Mahila (Provincial Risk Management), Mr Varughese Mammen (Supply Chain Management), Ms Botlhale Moalosi (Budget Management), Ms N Mohulatsi (Budget Management), Ms Atlegang Morare (Legal Services), Ms Lesedi Mosiane (Municipal Finance Management), Ms Busisiwe Pule (Revenue Oversight), Adv Thomas Sekoboane (Provincial Internal Audit: Social Cluster), Mr Ndinga Sidumo (Budget Management) Communications Officers: Ms Kesalopa Gill (Director: Information Management), Ms Matshidiso Matlou (Deputy Director: Communication)

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

579 654

595 601

559 412

Actual Expenditure

493 167

479 018

463 785

311 711

296 079

268 116

176 747

177 591

191 641

3 277

3 429

3 333

-

11

6

2017/18

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

655

608

627

Posts Filled

529

522

546

DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS AND ROADS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Ngaka Modiri Molema Road, Old Parliament Complex, Provincial Head Office, Mmabatho, 2735 POSTAL: Private Bag X2080, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 388 1435 / 1377 / 1250 WEB: www.nwpg.gov.za/Public%20Works

dpwr

Department: Public Works and Roads North West Provincial Government Republic of South Africa

OVERVIEW The mission of the North West Department of Public Works and Roads is to provide safer public transport, and provincial land, building and roads infrastructure management systems towards a better life for all. The Department’s strategic goals are to provide corporate support to the Department; provide and manage the provincial fixed asset portfolio of the province; provide, maintain and manage the provincial infrastructure; provide, maintain and manage the provincial roads network; provide efficient and integrated transport systems that are safe, accessible and affordable to all; and coordinate and facilitate the creation of job opportunities through the Expanded Public Works Programme.

MEC MR GO MOLAPISI

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

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OFFICE BEARERS The North West Department of Public Works and Roads is currently under section 100 (1) (b) national administration. MEC: Mr Gaoage Oageng Molapisi (ANC) Chief Directors: Mr KK Gill (District Operations), Mrs P Hlakanye (Facility Management and EPWP), Mrs M Mfikwe (Corporate Services), Mr M Sediti (Acting: Infrastructure) Directors: Mrs Collete Anthony-Chocklingo (Dr Kenneth Kaunda), Ms Celeste de Lange (Property Management), Mr A de Witte (Bojanala Platinum), Mr Sfiso Diko (Roads Project Implementation), Mr Enoch Kehologile (MISS), Mr Pule Kooe (Legal Services), Mr Alfred Mafune (Planning and Design), Mr E Magole (Risk Management), Mr Percy Manzini (Supply Chain Management), Ms Dintle Maphage (Special Programmes), Mr George Marindi (Office of the MEC), Mr Jabu Mathabela (Strategic Asset Management), Ms V Matlapeng (Human Resource Management), Mr L Mokgotsi (Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati), Mrs H Pretorius (Integration and Planning), Mr JJ Tselane (Ngaka Modiri Molema), Mr Ntogelang Tumelo (Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati), Mr M Tundzi (Policy Planning and Coordination [EPWP/CBP]) Communications Officers: Mr Matshube Mfoloe (Director: Communication)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

3 602 648

3 196 684

3 032 345

Actual Expenditure

3 242 360

2 782 230

2 923 450

871 562

818 253

771 535

1 643 088

1 217 761

1 497 760

388 629

362 792

300 628

116 708

86 607

1 143 246

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

3 193

3 046

3 158

Posts Filled

2 707

2 776

2 771

NORTH WEST

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DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS

social development

PHYSICAL: Provident House, University Drive, Mmabatho, 2735 POSTAL: Private Bag X6, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 388 2000 WEB: dsd.nwpg.gov.za

Department: Soc ial Dev elopment N orth W est P rov inc ial G ov ernment REPU B L I C OF S OU TH AF RI CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the North West Department of Social Development is to create a caring and self-reliant society by building conscious and capable citizens through the provision of integrated social development services.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Boitumelo Theodora Moiloa (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Relebohile Mofokane CFO: Ms Elizabeth Moremi Chief Directors: Mr Mziwabantu Gxaweni, Ms Dolly Itumeleng, Mr Kenneth Kgobe (Acting: Districts and Institutional Support Management), Ms Masego Mekgwe (Development and Research), Ms Geraldine Mokgoro-Ramosime (Acting: Specialist Social Services) Directors: Mr Seitebaleng Dikole (Youth Development), Mr Ezekiel Gaaname (Social Relief of Distress), Ms Monyadiwa Gaegane (Acting: Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Livelihoods), Ms Temeng Koena (Child Care and Protection Services), Mr Otsile Kole (Support Services), Ms Merriam Legana (District Coordination – Bojanala Platinum District), Mr Phando Legoale (Financial Accounting), Ms Eva Malaka (Partial Care and Early Childhood Development Services), Ms Precious Maponya (Management Accounting), Mr Peggy Mhlongo-Kgaboesele (Special Needs), Mr Gabriel Mmila (Information, Records and Knowledge Management), Ms Mmadikeledi Mokgoro (Acting: Poverty Eradication Coordination), Mr Aboleleng Mokgwasa (Human Capital Management), Mr Thato Mosieleng (Partnership Development), Dr Mercutio Motshedi (Strategic Planning, Policy, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Annatjie Nel (Acting: District Coordination – Dr Kenneth Kaunda District), Ms Salome Nyokong (Population Policy Promotion), Mr Watson Seatle (Acting: Social Crime Prevention and Victim Empowerment Services), Mr Hendrick Seitjie (HIV and AIDS Care and Support Services), Mr Chris Seome (Legal Support Services), Mr Morapediemang Setlhauno (District Coordination – Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District), Ms Busiswa Sityi (District Coordination – Ngaka Modiri Molema District), Ms Hessie Wiessie (Family Care and Support Services) Communications Officers: Mr Petrus Siko (Director: Media and Communication)

MEC MS BT MOILOA

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

HOD MR R MOFOKANE

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 722 115

1 637 888

1 526 041

1 683 727

1 636 435

1 472 401

990 389

903 755

825 717

319 057

378 943

323 801

26 333

37 771

31 197

136 754

11 623

137 724

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

2 882

n/a

3 138

Posts Filled

2 521

n/a

2 556

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

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MMABANA ARTS, CULTURE AND SPORTS FOUNDATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 101 James Moroka Road, Mmabatho, 2735 POSTAL: Private Bag X33, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 384 4890 / 392 4100 WEB: www.mmabana.org.za EMAIL: info@mmabana.org.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Mmabana Arts, Culture and Sport Foundation is to develop, foster, enhance and promote the total spectrum of arts, sports arts and supporting skills, expertise, technology and excellence in the North West Province and South Africa as a whole. The Foundation’s objectives are to be a professional arts and sports organisation standing on the pillars of education, development and training, performing and creating as well as identifying talent; maintain and establish vibrant arts, sports and culture in the North West Province, based on equality and reflective of diversity; encourage all stakeholders, including all authorities and communities, in the maintenance and further development of an art and sports art infrastructure and, where possible, utilise existing venues in all other regions of the province; develop itself as an arts, culture and sports arts body, in line with the provincial policy; be a resource-sharing organisation committed to the creation of the enlistment of the youth; and be a multidisciplinary organisation presenting multifaceted art and sports art forms, programmes and services to communities in all regions of the North West Province.

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

12 071

13 826

10 689

46 552

44 655

34 987

58 622

58 481

45 676

26 294

24 195

17 793

-

-

4 301

Total Liabilities

26 294

24 195

22 094

Total Net Assets

32 328

34 286

23 582

101 315

108 049

99 089

980

1 408

3 449

100 335

106 642

95 641

Total Expenditure

(103 959)

(103 558)

(97 293)

Employee Costs

(74 670)

(79 550)

(1 102)

(2 644)

4 491

1 495

Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Chairperson: Mr Christopher Seome CEO: Mr Itumeleng Mogorosi Senior Management: Mr Tshepiso Konopi (Acting Director: Performing

CASH FLOW

Arts), Ms Kesolofetse Mbali (Regional Director: Mmabana Mahikeng), Mr Lucas Molema (Regional Director: Mmabana Taung), Mr Tebogo Ngesi (Manager: Internal Audit and Risk), Mr Sipho Nkese (Senior Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Mpho Pule (Regional Director: Mmabana Lehurutshe) Communications Officers: Ms Kgalalelo Molotsi (Manager: Marketing and Communications)

Operating Activities

671

(1 723)

5 580

(2 600)

(1 577)

(1 105)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

11 547

13 476

8 307

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

7 257

18 512

5 816

2017/18

Investing Activities

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

311

309

269

Posts Filled

177

180

205

NORTH WEST DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (NWDC) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 22 James Watt Crescent, Industrial Sites, Mahikeng, 2745 POSTAL: PO Box 3011, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 381 3663 / 017 422 0067 WEB: nwdc.co.za EMAIL: info@nwdc.co.za

OVERVIEW The North West Development Corporation (NWDC) is an agency of the Provincial Government of the North West Province. It was established to plan, finance, coordinate, promote and carry out the economic development of the North West Province and its people in the fields of industry, commerce, finance, mining, tourism enterprise-related activities and other business resulting in wealth and job creation, while taking cognisance of the aims and objectives of the Reconstruction and Development Programme in South Africa. It is listed as a Schedule 3D provincial government entity in terms of the Public Finances Management Act. The NWDC’s strategic thrust is to drive an inclusive strategy towards economic growth and transformation in the North West province in line with the provincial priorities. Its purpose is therefore to contribute towards the growth and transformation of the economy by positioning the North West province as a competitor in the SADC Region, Africa and the globe in investment attraction. The NWDC aims to demonstrate its leadership by implementing key programmes and providing support for the development of key sectors of the economy in line with the conventional economic and industrial policies of the province. Key to this aim is the growth of the cooperative economy, trade and investment facilitation and increased strategic economic infrastructure. It undertakes to support key provincial

strategies in a manner that ensures successful implementation of those strategies. The NWDC’s vision is to be the cornerstone of promoting trade, attracting investment, and ensuring inclusive economic growth and transformation in the North West province. Its mission is to contribute to the inclusive economic growth and transformation of the province through: industrial development; commercial investment; property development and management; development of sustainable enterprises; trade and investment attraction; and programme management.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Monica Sentle Deputy Chairperson: Mr Kopano Konopi Board Members: Ms Tebogo Malaka, Mr Radichaba Malapane (Acting CFO), Ms Sharon Maleka, Mr Mokgele Mojaki, Ms Mmanake Msiza, Mr Senzo Ncongolo, Dr Shima Nokaneng, Ms Nkamoheng Phadu-More CEO: Mr Tshepo Phetla CFO: Mr Radichaba Malepane (Acting) Communications Officers: Mrs Karen Landsberg

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

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

83 157

181 530

250 921

2 017 921

1 351 568

1 414 410

2 101 078

1 533 098

1 665 331

Current Liabilities

173 002

245 164

277 329

Non-Current Liabilities

454 534

347 963

362 277

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

627 536

593 127

639 605

1 473 542

909 971

1 025 725

1 099 655

374 540

392 097

Exchange Transactions

969 083

327 809

247 198

Non-Exchange Transactions

130 572

46 731

126 389

Total Expenditure

(669 314)

(578 027)

(681 110)

Employee Costs

(119 429)

(118 599)

(124 747)

299 823

(203 880)

(289 012)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

28 449

(86 854)

73 131

(23 299)

38 771

(5 133)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

37 933

35 633

127 163

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

30 012

37 791

190 562

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

203

208

207

158

174

163

Investing Activities

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

SUBSIDIARIES

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

NORTH WEST

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Dirapeng Kgama Wildlife Operations

NORTH WEST GAMBLING BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 131 University Drive, Mmabatho, 2735 POSTAL: Private Bag X34, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 384 3215 WEB: www.nwgb.co.za EMAIL: ceo@nwgb.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the North West Gambling Board is to be a leading and socially conscious authority in the regulation of gambling in the world. The mission of the Board is to provide effective and efficient regulatory services and maintain a gambling industry, which contributes to socioeconomic growth and development. The Entity’s strategic goal is to regulate business activities in the province to create a conducive legal, business and socio-economic environment for business prosperity. The goal statement is to: roll-out limited payout machines; facilitate the discussion on the reallocation of the fifth casino licence; license bookmakers and totalisators; combat illegal gambling in the province; and promote responsible gambling.

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

17 203

22 051

26 807

6 835

8 062

8 814

24 038

30 114

35 621

26 245

30 909

30 740

3 343

3 346

5 190

29 588

34 255

35 930

(5 550)

(4 142)

(309)

86 305

87 410

83 045

2 726

4 424

5 235

83 579

82 986

77 810

OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Chairperson: Mr L Vere Deputy Chairperson: Ms LI Seepe Board Members: Ms N Maharaj, Mr H Mashao, Mr TK Mathe,

Total Revenue

Ms C Molosiwa, Col SM Reddy, Mr W Reetsang

Total Expenditure

(87 713)

(91 930)

(91 015)

Employee Costs

(50 602)

(48 580)

(44 701)

(1 408)

(4 120)

(8 326)

Operating Activities

1 019

(3 504)

80

Investing Activities

(556)

(44)

(2 673)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

12 659

12 197

16 995

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

23 280

21 171

13 656

2017/18

CEO: Mr Nathan Oliphant Directors: Mr RJ Montshioa (Executive Management: Legal Services), Ms S Motlhabane (Executive Management: Corporate Services) Senior Management: Mr F Khomogwe (Supply Chain Manager), Ms D Makhudu (Human Resources Manager), Mr S Mogapi (Gambling Control Manager), Mr K Monate (Gambling Audit and Systems Manager), Ms Morongoa Moss (Investigations and Licensing Manager) Communications Officers: Mr Sello Tatai (Corporate Relations Manager)

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

96

96

99

Posts Filled

84

88

90

NORTH WEST PARKS BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Heritage House, Cooke’s Lake, Stand 3031, Off Lichtenburg Road, Mahikeng

POSTAL: PO Box 4488, Mmabatho, 2745 TEL: 018 397 1500 WEB: www.northwestparks.org.za EMAIL: info@nwpb.org.za

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

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OVERVIEW The vision of the North West Parks Board is to be an inclusive and radically transformed eco-tourism and wildlife economy that creates jobs, alleviates poverty, addresses inequality and protects the environment. The Board’s objective is to ensure the establishment, development and efficient management of a network of formally protected areas in order to conserve indigenous biodiversity, representative samples of natural ecosystems, and habitats of critically important threatened species. The goals of the Board are: wild life and nature conservation; sustain and increase land and critical ecological systems under conservation informed by the world parks congress resolutions and other international protocols affecting the province; elevate and expand conservation skills development programmes in line with the National Skills Development Strategy; facilitate Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and PDI investment in conservation, and increase the group asset base and future sustainable income; corporate governance; entrench a culture of compliance and financial efficiency in the organisation; stakeholder management; build a caring organisation that is sensitive to the interests of all stakeholders; partnership; build strategic alliances with relevant partners to achieve goals; and democratise the workplace as required by labour market legislation and policies.

OFFICE BEARERS The North West Tourism Board and the North West Parks Board are in the process of merging. Chairperson: Dr M Masike Deputy Chairperson: Ms R Sekgeile Board Members: Mr T Feliti, Adv ST Kholong, Mr T Kupa, Ms M Lamola, Mr M Lebelo, Ms D Mampe, Prof S Taole CEO: Ms TTM Matshego CFO: Ms B Pule (Acting) Senior Management: Ms B Kegakilwe (Executive Manager: Human Resources), Mr MV Magaodielo (Head: Wild Life College), Mr W Molokele (General Manager: Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance), Mr L Mooki (Brand and Marketing Manager), Mr P Nel (Acting Chief Conservation Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Dinah Olive Rangaka (Public Relations and Communications Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

33 324

51 634

n/a

395 002

433 011

n/a

428 326

484 645

n/a

38 350

43 530

n/a

1 440

1 526

n/a

39 791

45 057

n/a

388 535

439 588

n/a

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

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

222 693

210 712

n/a

Exchange Transactions

90 002

77 651

n/a

Non-Exchange Transactions

132 692

133 061

n/a

Total Expenditure

(281 843)

(250 895)

n/a

Employee Costs

(155 635)

(139 766)

n/a

(59 230)

(42 785)

n/a

(5 439)

10 453

n/a

(522)

(5 729)

n/a

25 622

39 757

n/a

5 902

13 561

6 228

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

698

n/a

n/a

512

n/a

n/a

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Disclaimer

Qualified

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

NORTH WEST PROVINCIAL ARTS AND CULTURAL COUNCIL CONTACT DETAILS EMAIL: info@nwpacc.co.za

NORTH WEST TOURISM BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 4142 Nelson Mandela Drive, Mmabatho, 2735 POSTAL: Private Bag X35, Mmabatho, 2735 TEL: 018 386 2222/5 WEB: www.tourismnorthwest.co.za EMAIL: info@tourismnorthwest.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the North West Tourism Board is ‘Your Partner Towards a Vibrant Tourism Sector in the North West Province’. Its mission is to provide an integrated tourism development support system towards a vibrant tourism sector in the North West Province. The Board’s objectives are to: market the province as a tourism destination locally, provincially, nationally and internationally; provide tourism training and skills transfer in the sector; facilitate tourism investment promotion in the province; create an enabling environment for access to markets for new entrants to the tourism sector; and contribute to the establishment of an enabling environment for job creation in the tourism sector in the province.

The goals of the Board are to: increase the provincial tourism market share within domestic and global markets; provide training; elevate and expand tourism and business skills development programmes, in line with the National Skills Development Strategy; promote investment; facilitate Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and PDI investment in tourism; increase the group asset base and future sustainable income; improve corporate governance; entrench a culture of compliance and financial efficiency in the organisation; encourage stakeholder management; build a caring organisation that is sensitive to the interests of all stakeholders; build partnerships; build strategic alliances with relevant partners to achieve goals; and democratise the workplace as required by labour market legislation and policies.

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

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The North West Tourism Board and the North West Parks Board are in the process of merging. CEO: Adv Mothusi Tsineng (Acting) CFO: Mr Peter Modika Communications Officers: Ms Mamaki Estelle Phoolo

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

119 281

136 605

121 741

18 633

28 981

24 030

100 647

107 624

97 711

Total Expenditure

(129 163)

(127 555)

(127 235)

Employee Costs

(67 613)

(61 862)

(60 810)

10 371

8 874

(5 507)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

Operating Activities

(5 659)

12 314

(342)

R’000

R’000

R’000

Investing Activities

(3 306)

(949)

(1 630)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

16 384

25 389

14 065

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

11 994

9 299

2 064

2017/18

28 731

36 355

20 677

103 070

105 924

106 944

131 801

142 279

127 621

25 524

25 749

23 001

1 125

1 007

872

Total Liabilities

26 649

26 756

23 873

Total Net Assets

105 152

115 523

103 748

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

273

256

n/a

Posts Filled

184

190

166

NORTH WEST

OFFICE BEARERS

NORTHWEST TRANSPORT INVESTMENTS SOC LTD (NTI) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr Simon Vermooten & Alwyn Streets, Samcorpark, Pretoria

POSTAL: PO Box 19339, Pretoria West, 0117 TEL: 012 803 7870 WEB: www.nti.co.za EMAIL: info@nti.co.za

OVERVIEW The vision of Northwest Transport Investments SOC Ltd (NTI) is to be a premier provider of sustainable transport services and investments in South Africa and beyond. The Entity was established in 1973 as a parastatal company solely owned by the North West Provincial Government. The NTI group, through its subsidiary Northwest Star, has been the primary source of transport in the North West Province since its inception during the days of the erstwhile Bophuthatswana. With the growth of the company, transport services were also extended to the provinces of Limpopo, Mpumalanga and Gauteng to thousands of commuters.

Senior Management: Ms B Laka (Company Secretary), Mr P Maleka (Acting Senior Manager: Operations Northwest Star), Mr E Mkgosi (Acting Senior Manager: HR), Mr L Rakgantsho (Acting Senior Manager: Technical), Ms G Lekgethe Sadiki (Chief Audit Executive) Communications Officers: Mr Freddy Sepeng

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Audit not Finalised

Audit not Finalised

Qualified

SUBSIDIARIES OFFICE BEARERS The entity has been placed under section 100 (1)(b) administration since 2018/19. Chairperson: Mr M Mokonyama (Section 100 (1) (b) Administrator: Community Safety and Transport Management Services (COSATMA)) CEO: Mr Peter Moholo (Acting) CFO: Mr A Kenoshi (Acting)

Atteridgeville Bus Services SOC Ltd Northwest Star SOC Ltd

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

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NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE The North West Provincial Legislature consists of 30 members, elected by proportional representation. After the elections on 7 May 2014, the ANC has held a majority of seats in the Legislature.

The parties holding seats are: 18 24 XXXXX

AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

KEY STATISTICS DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE

8 3

ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS

3 2

GEOGRAPHY

CONGRESS OF THE PEOPLE

LAND AREA 372 889km2

1 LAND PERCENTAGE 30.5%

PREMIER

PEOPLE

The head of the Provincial Executive is the Premier, who is elected by the Provincial Legislature from among its members. The current Premier of the Northern Cape is Dr Zamani Saul.

1 193 780

435 031

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENTS The Premier appoints an Executive Council consisting of members of the Provincial Legislature. The Members of the Executive Council (MECs) are responsible for the various departments of the provincial administration. The current departments and MECs are: DEPARTMENT

MEC

Agriculture, Environmental Affairs, Rural Development and Land Reform

Ms Mase Manopole

Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs

Mr Bentley Vass

Economic Development and Tourism

Mr Abraham Vosloo

Education

Ms Zolile Monakali

Health

Mr Maruping Lekwene

Provincial Treasury

Mr Abraham Vosloo

Roads and Public Works

Ms Fufe Makatong

Social Development

Ms Nontobeko Vilakazi

Sport, Arts and Culture

Ms Desery Finies

Transport, Safety and Liaison

Mrs Sylvia Nomandla Bloem

PUBLIC ENTITIES The Provincial Government has, through its legislative capacity, the power to establish State-Owned Public Entities. The role of these Public Entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a rule each Public Entity reports to a responsible official in the Provincial Executive (usually an MEC or the Premier). Current Public Entities include:

99,8

36,4

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

21.1%

6.6%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

23.4%

42.2%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,8

HOUSEHOLDS 353 709 83.5%

2.3%

12.8%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

Kalahari Kid Corporation McGregor Museum Ngwao-Boswa Ya Kapa Bokone (NBKB) Northern Cape Arts and Culture Council

Northern Cape Economic Development, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (NCEDA) Northern Cape Gambling Board Northern Cape Liquor Board Northern Cape Tourism Authority

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

86.0%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

69.5%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

89.0%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 1, 2021, published by Stats SA.

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PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Nobengula Extension, Galeshewe, Kimberley, 8301 POSTAL: Private Bag X5066, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 839 8000 WEB: www.ncpleg.gov.za EMAIL: publicinfoNCPL@ncpg.gov.za

OVERVIEW The powers of the Legislature are set out in Section 114 of the Constitution. The Northern Cape Provincial Legislature appropriates the provincial budget and makes rules or laws which citizens have to obey. The Legislature plays an oversight role by carefully scrutinising the activities of the Executive to ensure that services are delivered to citizens and that taxpayers’ money is spent wisely on public programmes and initiatives. Every Legislature is headed by a Speaker, including the Legislature of the Northern Cape Province. Legislatures discuss and debate national legislation that affects the provinces, and this takes place within Committees consisting of MPLs from all political parties. The Northern Cape Provincial Legislature also facilitates public involvement in all its processes, and those of its Committees, through public education, participation programmes and public hearings. The mission of the Northern Cape Provincial Legislature is to serve the people of the Northern Cape by building developmental institution for effective lawmaking, public participation, accountability and oversight over the executive and municipalities. The Legislature’s strategic goals are to deepen and entrench a people-centred democracy in the Northern Cape; strengthen institutional capacity to render support to members and committees to fulfil the Legislature’s constitutional mandate; and ensure that the Legislature optimally carries out its constitutional mandate.

OFFICE BEARERS 2019 General Election seat allocation: ANC 18, DA 8, EFF 3, VF PLUS 1 Speaker: Ms Newrene Claudine Klaaste (ANC) Deputy Speaker: Mr Octavious Mangaliso Matika (ANC)

Members: Mr Nevie Aubrey Baartman Ms Sylvia Nomandla Bloem Mr Daniel Johannes Coetzee Mr David Lesole Dichaba Ms Disery Finies Dr Isak Cornelius Christiaan Fritz Ms Priscilla Serina Johanna Isaacs Ms Newrene Claudine Klaaste (Speaker) Ms Limakatso Alfonsina Koloi Mr Maruping Matthews Lekwene Ms Kesholohetse Glenda Lepolesa Ms Reinette Liebenberg Mr Andrew Louw Ms Fufe Makatong Mr Neo Samuel Maneng Ms Galerekwe Mase Manopole

EFF ANC VF PLUS ANC ANC DA DA ANC ANC ANC EFF DA DA ANC ANC ANC

SPEAKER MS NC KLAASTE

DEPUTY SPEAKER MR OM MATIKA

Mr Octavious Mangaliso Matika (Deputy Speaker) Mr Harold McGluwa Mr Ofentse Jeremiah Mokae Mr Zolile Monakali Ms Fawzia Rhoda Dr Zamani Saul (Premier) Ms Lorraine Senye Mr Gerhard Steenkamp Ms Sanna Tities Mr Shadrack Lapologang Tlhaole Mr Gift van Staden Mr Bentley Gavin Vass Ms Nontobeko Eveline Vilakazi Mr Abraham Vosloo

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

Secretary: Mr PB Moopelwa (Secretary to the Legislature) CFO: Mr Garth Botha Senior Management: Ms NH Borchard (Acting Executive Manager: Committees, Research and Information Services; Public Education and Communication), Adv Hanlie Botha (Executive Manager: Legal Services, NCOP and Proceedings, and Hansard Services), Mr Chaas (Manager: NCOP and Proceedings), Mr T Cogang (Acting Manager: Risk Monitoring and Evaluation), Mr Epang Matolweni (Chief of Staff: Office of the Speaker), Ms M Moeti (Risk Specialist), Ms P Ntsiko (Manager: Corporate Services), Mr T Shongwe (Internal Auditor) Communications Officers: Ms Carmen Gopane (Manager: Public Education and Communications), Mrs Mpho Masina (Media Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Audit not Finalised

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: JW Sauer Building, Cnr Roper & Quinn Streets, Kimberley, 8300

POSTAL: Private Bag X5016, Kimberley, 8301 TEL: 053 838 2600 WEB: premier.ncpg.gov.za EMAIL: PMathakgane@ncpg.gov.za

Premier

Department Office of the Premier PROVINCE OF THE NORTHERN CAPE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Northern Cape Office of the Premier is to provide strategic leadership that will stimulate economic growth to its full potential and ensure high levels of social development. The Office of the Premier derives its mandate from the Constitution and is responsible for the implementation of provincial legislation and national legislation within the functional areas, and administering national legislation

outside those listed which have been assigned to the province; the development and implementation of provincial policy; coordinating the functions of the provincial administration and its departments; and preparing and initiating provincial legislation. Key policy areas of focus derive not only from its legislative mandates but also draw heavily from the Northern Cape Provincial

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

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Growth and Development Plan (PGDP). These include, inter alia, the following: providing strategic leadership for growing the provincial economy; ensuring that basic services are delivered speedily; promoting good governance; mainstreaming the rights of vulnerable groups across departmental policies; driving the implementation of the PGDP and monitoring and evaluating across the province; strengthening inter and intragovernmental relations as well as international relations; and ensuring good fiscal discipline.

OFFICE BEARERS Premier: Dr Zamani Saul Director General: Adv Justice Bekebeke Chief of Staff: Ms B Thomas (Acting) Deputy Directors General: Dr Steven Jonkers (Policy and Governance), Ms Gugulethu Matlaopane (Institutional Development)

Senior Management: Ms Gladys Botha (Chief State Law Advisor), Mr Moses Gasela (Chief Financial Officer), Mr Monwabisi Nkompela (Information Communication Services), Ms Maletsa Tlaletsi (Acting Chief Director: Human Resources; Strategic Human Capital Development), Mr C Vala (Information Technology Information Security), Ms Sunita Vallabh (Acting Chief Director: Policy, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation) Communications Officers: Mr J Hiralal (Director: Communications), Mr Monwabisi Nkompela (Head of Communications), Ms Bronwyn Thomas-Abrahams (Media Liaison Officer)

PREMIER DR Z SAUL

DIRECTOR GENERAL ADV J BEKEBEKE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

278 072

253 082

246 733

Actual Expenditure

260 275

238 353

241 162

155 882

148 232

141 466

70 191

58 838

68 801

4 159

4 035

4 318

1 196

1 391

-

AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

271

271

264

Posts Filled

238

248

252

DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS, RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM agriculture, environmental affairs, land reform and rural development

The Department of Environment and Nature Conservation has merged with the Department of Agriculture, Rural Development and Land Reform to form the Department of Agriculture, Environmental Affairs, Rural Development and Land Reform.

Department: ag ric ulture, env ironmental affairs, land reform and rural dev elopment N O R TH E R N CAP E P R O V I N CE REPU B L I C OF S OU TH AF RI CA

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 162 George Street, Kimberlite Building, Kimberley, 8301 POSTAL: Private Bag X5018, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 838 9100 WEB: www.agrinc.gov.za EMAIL: lbanda@ncpg.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Northern Cape Department of Agriculture, Environmental Affairs, Rural Development and Land Reform is to champion land and agrarian transformation, promote and facilitate increased production, and provide expertise for improved livelihoods, sustainable rural development and food security for all. The Department’s strategic goals are to provide effective and efficient governance; ensure sustainable use and management of natural resources; promote optimal and sustainable agricultural production to ensure food security; ensure biosafety and biosecurity for the wellness of the public; ensure sustainable agrarian reform; include rural economic growth through promotion and support of agribusinesses and agroprocessing; and coordinate and facilitate the implementation of rural development programmes.

MEC MS M MANOPOLE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

569 410

816 085

625 699

Actual Expenditure

566 025

773 174

604 301

240 798

229 318

221 535

174 360

296 175

175 549

101 719

181 629

185 860

5 085

5 122

17 072

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

OFFICE BEARERS

Employee Compensation

MEC: Ms Mase Manopole (MEC: Agriculture, Environmental Affairs,

Goods and Services

Rural Development and Land Reform) Head of Department: Mr Lerato wa Modise (Acting) CFO: Mr Moitsemang Motabogi (Acting) Chief Directors: Mr Mandla Ndilili (Corporate Services), Mr Given Pieterse (Acting: Environmental Policy, Planning and Coordination) Directors: Mr Bryan Fisher (Environmental Quality Management Services), Mr OT Gaoraelwe (Compliance and Enforcement), Ms Nondzame Korasi (Acting: Environmental Empowerment Services), Mr Kehilwe Moremi (Human Resource Management) Communications Officers: Mr Ali Diteme (Media Liaison Officer), Mr Phemelo Manankong (Senior Communications Officer)

ACTING HOD MR LW MODISE

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

560

n/a

629

Posts Filled

528

n/a

562

PUBLIC ENTITIES Kalahari Kid Corporation

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

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DEPARTMENT: CO-OPERATIVE GOVERNANCE, HUMAN SETTLEMENTS AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS CONTACT DETAILS

COGHSTA

PHYSICAL: Larry Moleko Louw Building, 9 Cecil Sussman Street, Kimberley, 8301

Department: Cooperativ e G ov ernanc e, H uman Settlement and Traditional Affairs

POSTAL: Private Bag X5005, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 830 9400 / 22 / 25 WEB: www.coghsta.ncpg.gov.za EMAIL: info@goghsta.gov.za

No r t h e r n Ca p e Pr o v i n c e

OVERVIEW The mission of the Northern Cape Department of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs is to facilitate and manage integrated sustainable human settlements and infrastructure development for effective service delivery; facilitate, monitor and support the consolidation and sustainability phases at municipalities for integrated, sustainable service delivery; promote and support intersphere engagement for integrated planning and coordination; facilitate, develop and support systems and structures to enhance traditional leadership; and ensure the efficient, effective and economic utilisation of departmental resources to maximise service.

MEC MR BG VASS

HOD MR B LENKOE

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Bentley Gavin Vass (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Bafedile Lenkoe CFO: Mr RT Stander Chief Directors: Ms D Boboko (Acting: Administration), Ms I Lekalake (Human Settlements), Mr P Seane (Acting: Cooperative Governance; and Director: Municipal Coordination, Performance and Evaluation) Directors: Ms M Booysen (Municipal Infrasturcture Development), Mr G Booysen (Housing Needs, Planning and Research), Mr L Kopa (Acting: Traditional Affairs), Mr A Mbolekwa (Planning and Development), Mr B Swartland (Acting: Public Participation) Senior Management: Mr M Madyo (Head of Ministry) Communications Officers: Ms Lerato Khunou, Mr Xhanti Teki (Media Liaison Officer: MEC)

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

852 773

881 281

834 630

Actual Expenditure

849 402

863 422

806 246

281 247

270 352

253 700

73 774

59 590

65 142

7 894

4 693

1 911

32 410

53 020

167 673

2017/18

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

698

699

710

Posts Filled

636

636

646

DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Metlife Towers, 13th Floor, Cnr Stead & Knight Streets, Kimberley, 8301 POSTAL: Private Bag X6108, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 839 4000 WEB: www.northern-cape.gov.za/dedat EMAIL: dedat@ncpg.gov.za

economic development & tourism Department: E c onomic Dev elopment & Tourism N O R TH E R N CAP E P R O V I N CE REPU B L I C OF S OU TH AF RI CA

OVERVIEW The vision of the Northern Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism is a radically transformed economy in the Northern Cape. The Department’s mission is to accelerate the economic growth and development of the Northern Cape Province through diversification, empowerment, employment, business creation and sustainable development. The values and principles, as well as the service delivery in the Department is driven by the following principles: Batho Pele, professionalism, cooperation, integrity, accountability, representivity, and the four Es (effectiveness, efficiency, economy and excellence).

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Abraham Vosloo (MEC: Finance, Economic Development and Tourism) (ANC)

Head of Department: Mr T Mabija Chief of Staff: Mr Xolile Jack CFO: Mr Kuberin Packirisamy COO: Mr T Ngamole (Acting) Senior Management: Mr D Christians (Executive Manager: Small Business Development), Mr G Mabilo (Executive Manager: Policy,

MEC MR A VOSLOO

HOD MR T MABIJA

Research and Innovation), Mr D Martin (Executive Manager: Trade and Sector Development), Adv P Olivier (Executive Manager: Business Regulation and Governance), Ms Jean Wilson (Acting Executive Manager: Tourism), Mr L Wyngaard (Acting Executive Manager: Trade and Sector Development), Mrs L Wyngaard (Executive Manager: Economic Cluster Secretariat) Communications Officers: Mr Ali Diteme (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Thandi Modibela (Head: Communications), Mr Z Mpampi (Parliamentary Officer)

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

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NORTHERN CAPE

AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Qualified

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2018/19 Qualified

2017/18 Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

310 969

331 077

303 091

Actual Expenditure

305 519

313 943

284 938

Employee Compensation

107 323

103 997

96 518

Goods and Services

94 536

73 108

76 778

5 048

3 402

1 991

6 843

7 498

-

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

236

221

2017/18 217

Posts Filled

192

196

199

PUBLIC ENTITIES Northern Cape Economic Development, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (NCEDA) Northern Cape Gambling Board Northern Cape Liquor Board Northern Cape Tourism Authority

DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 156 Barkly Road, Homestead, Kimberley, 8301 POSTAL: Private Bag X5029, 156 Barkley Road, Homestead,

Northern Cape Department of Education

Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 839 6500 WEB: ncdoe.ncpg.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Northern Cape Department of Education is to develop and deliver a quality, effective and efficient education system in the Northern Cape that is responsive to socio-economic development goals and targets of the province and country, and the building of a non-racial, nonsexist and prosperous Northern Cape, through social cohesion and nation-building. The Department’s strategic goals are to provide and maintain optimal administrative and logistical support systems to the Department; provide access to quality basic education; ensure the provision of quality education at independent schools; ensure that education programmes in our schools continue to be accessible, transformative and developmental; improve and strengthen the skills base; provide quality learning opportunities to adult learners through basic education programmes; provide universal access to quality early childhood development services to all children in the province; and provide support services that enhance the functionality and effectiveness of basic education.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Zolile Monakali Head of Department: Mr Sandile Beuzana (Acting Superintendent General) CFO: Mr SB Sekhoacha (Financial Operations and Internal Control) Deputy Directors General: Dr MI Ishmael (Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment) Chief Directors: Mr A Andrews (Systems and Financial Analyst), Mr HH Esau (School Management and Support), Mr ES Kistoo (Acting: District Operations), Ms MT Madikane (Strategic Planning and Management), Mr GB Oliphant (ICT and Infrastructure), Ms AP Phuzi (Examinations and Assessment), Ms GB Sibiya (Curriculum Management and Delivery), Mr T van Staden (Human Resource Management and Development)

MEC MR Z MONAKALI

Senior Management: Mr S Mogatle (Legal Services), Dr Lebogang Moremedi (Head of Ministry)

Communications Officers: Lehuma Ntuane, Mr Geoffrey van der Merwe (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Xoliswa Xabendlini (Parliamentary Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20 Financially Unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

6 905 811

6 437 552

5 896 119

6 910 216

6 455 682

6 006 305

5 281 624

4 947 963

4 608 762

Goods and Services

632 643

594 641

459 952

Capital Assets

476 552

400 366

461 757

541 042

332 952

351 909

2017/18

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

12 270

12 536

12 302

Posts Filled

12 380

12 343

12 320

DEPARTMENT: HEALTH

health

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: James Exum Building, Du Toit Span Road, Kimberley POSTAL: Private Bag X5049, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 830 2100 WEB: www.northern-cape.gov.za/health

Department: H ealth

No r t h e r n Ca p e Pr o v i n c e

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the Northern Cape Department of Health is to provide better health care, better access and better value to the people of the Northern Cape, through community wide, modern, efficient and individually focused initiatives to maximise wellness and prevent illness.

MEC: Mr Maruping Lekwene (ANC) Head of Department: Dr Dion Theys CFO: Mr Daniel Gaborone COO: Mr Richard Jones (Office Manager: HOD’s Office)

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

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HOD DR D THEYS

Chief Directors: Ms Zama Kiti (Acting: Corporate Services), Dr Lesetja Mabona (Acting: Infrastructure), Ms Nomathemba Mazibuko (Chief Director: National Health Insurance), Mr Mkhululi Ntintelo (Acting: Emergency Medical Services), Mr Riaan Strydom (Acting Chief Director: District Health Services and Health Programmes) Directors: Mr Arno Cloete (Financial Accounting), Mr Malibongwe Faas (Supply Chain Management), Ms Nomhle Gumbo (Acting: Non-Communicable Diseases), Mr Sheila Katz (Acting: HIV, AIDS, STI and TB), Ms Christine Lamprecht (Security), Ms Obakeng Lesejane (Human Resource Development and Auxiliary Services), Ms Mariana Loots (Acting: Quality Assurance), Mr Gerald Mentoor (Pharmaceutical Services), Mr Mxolisi Mlatha (Policy and Planning), Mr Matlhoko Motingoe (Medico Legal Services), Ms Funeka Msali (Acting: Mother, Child, Youth and Women’s Health), Mr Mkhululi Ntintelo (Emergency

Medical Services), Mr Mawabo Ntolosi (Infrastructure Planning), Mr July Ntwaso (Change Management), Mr Phillip Riet (Acting: Budget), Mr Andrid Scholtz (Health Promotions), Ms Vicky Solo (Acting Director: Human Resource Management), Mr Kobus Steyn (Acting: Legal Services), Mr Riaan Strydom (Nursing Services), Mr Charl Titus (Information Communication Technology) Senior Management: Ms Nicky Hlakudi (PA: MEC), Ms Lorato Moleleki (Head of Ministry) Communications Officers: Mr Lebogang Majaha (Spokesperson: MEC), Ms Lulu Mxekezo (Head of Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

R’000

R’000

R’000

5 230 602

4 858 837

4 631 443 4 567 470

5 183 469

4 839 637

3 070 796

2 804 762

2 572 131

1 832 234

1 627 617

1 452 145

182 061

350 015

480 835

505 211

721 594

517 945

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

8 013

7 533

7 196

Posts Filled

6 866

6 828

6 924

NORTHERN CAPE

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DEPARTMENT: PROVINCIAL TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS

Treasury

PHYSICAL: Metlife Towers Building, Cnr Knight & Stead Streets, Market Square, Kimberley, 8300 POSTAL: Private Bag X5054, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 830 8200 WEB: www.ncpt.gov.za EMAIL: treasury@ncpg.gov.za

Department of Treasury

NORTHERN CAPE REPU B L I C OF S OU TH AF RI CA

OVERVIEW The mission of the Northern Cape Department of Provincial Treasury is to render timeous and responsive service and transparent economic use of provincial resources, and ensure the alignment of strategic plans and budgets to the Provincial Growth and Development Strategy.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Abraham Vosloo (MEC: Finance, Economic Development and Tourism) (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Aelred Theophilus Mlungisi Mabija CFO: Ms Boipelo Mashobao Chief Directors: Mr Johan Theodoris Van Tonder (General Manager: Internal Audit), Mr Ockert Vermeulen (Acting: Assets and Liabilities) Senior Management: Mr Darius Babuseng (Head of Ministry), Ms Lephina Bosvark (Provincial Accountant General), Mr Vuyisile Gumbo (General Manager: Sustainable Resource Management), Ms Nicky Hlakudi (Private Secretary: MEC), Ms Dineo Kumalo (Financial Management), Ms Mamiki Mooki (Acting General Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Enzo Alexis Wax (Senior Manager: Public Private Partnership) Communications Officers: Mr Alie Diteme (Media Liaison Officer), Ms Galaletsang Moncho-Mfecane (Manager: Communications)

HOD MR ATM MABIJA

MEC MR A VOSLOO

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

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

320 241

313 382

362 644

281 272

272 961

292 696

193 202

193 624

185 341

80 736

71 266

80 107

4 739

7 471

5 819

49

8 101

83

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

379

424

435

Posts Filled

300

376

392

DEPARTMENT: ROADS AND PUBLIC WORKS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 9-11 Stokroos Street, Squarehill Park, Kimberley, 8301 POSTAL: PO Box 3132, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 839 2100 WEB: ncrpw.ncpg.gov.za EMAIL: DRPW-Info@ncpg.gov.za

the dr&pw

Department: R oads And P ub lic W ork s N O R TH E R N CAP E P R O V I N CE REPU B L I C OF S OU TH AF RI CA

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

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OVERVIEW The vision of the Northern Cape Department of Roads and Public Works is to be a trendsetter in infrastructure delivery to change the economic landscape of the province. The Department’s mission is to provide and maintain all provincial land, buildings and road infrastructure in an integrated, sustainable manner.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Fufe Makatong (ANC) Head of Department: Mrs Ramona Grewan (Acting) CFO: Mr Bradley Slingers Chief Directors: Mr Itumeleng Bulani (Roads), Ms Onkemetse Gill (Public Works), Mr Vuyani Mhlauli (Acting: Expanded Public Works Programme and District Coordination), Ms Ann Mpotsang (Corporate Services) Directors: Mr Clive Bailey (Public Works), Mr Bobby Bobbeje (Health Infrastructure, Maintenance and Technical Portfolio Support), Mr Vernon Cloete (Risk Management at the NCFMTE), Mr Martin Fillis (Corporate Services), Mr Paul Mgolombane (Expanded Public Works Programme), Mr Khotso Moeketsi (SCM), Mr Percival Moipolai (Corporate Services at the NCFMTE), Mr Willy Pike (Human Resource Management), Mr David van der Merwe (Finance) Senior Management: Mr Quinton Fitzpatrick (Acting CEO: Northern Cape Fleet Management and Trading Entity), Mrs June Grey (Head of Ministry: MEC’s Office), Mr Thanduxolo Jobe (Acting District Manager: Pixley ka Seme), Mr Rodney Kasper (Community Outreach Officer: MEC’s Office), Mr Garnett Keyser (District Manager: ZF Mgcawu), Mr Vuyani Mhlauli (District Manager: Frances Baard), Mrs Ellen Modise (District Manager: John Taolo Gaetsewe), Mr Harold Roberts (District Manager: Namaqua) Communications Officers: Ms Crystal Robertson (Department), Mr Bongani Mcdonald Silingile (Media Liaison Officer: MEC’s Office)

MEC MS F MAKATONG

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

1 914 684

1 788 274

1 844 766

Actual Expenditure

1 912 879

1 787 838

1 835 027

302 669

300 163

274 783

1 201 739

1 218 470

1 235 602

243 051

200 251

251 881

108 726

49 967

30 174

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

1 104

1 072

1 072

834

796

986

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTACT DETAILS

social development

PHYSICAL: Mimosa Complex, Barkley Road, Kimberley POSTAL: Private Bag X5042, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 874 9100 WEB: socdev.ncpg.gov.za EMAIL: gmunnik@ncpg.gov.za

Department: Soc ial Dev elopment NORTHERN CAPE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Northern Cape Department of Social Development is to ensure the provision of comprehensive social protection services against vulnerability and poverty within the constitutional and legislative framework, and create an enabling environment for sustainable development. The Department further aims to deliver integrated, sustainable and quality services, in partnership with all those committed to building a caring society. The Department’s strategic priorities are: caring for and protecting vulnerable groups, especially children, women and people with disabilities; strengthening families and communities; transforming social relations, with a specific focus on gender and victim empowerment; and strengthening institutional capacity to deliver quality services. In addition, the Department contributes to the realisation of some of the following government outcomes: improved quality basic education; a long and healthy life for all; citizens are safe and feel safe; decent employment through inclusive economic growth; a skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path; vibrant, equitable, sustainable rural communities contributing towards food security for all; sustainable human settlements and improved quality of household life; a responsive, accountable, effective and efficient local government system; and an efficient, effective and development-orientated public service, and an empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship.

Head of Department: Ms Hendrina Samson CFO: Ms Shouneez Kimmie-Wookey Senior Management: Mr Zolie Albanie (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Ichabod Manyane (Acting Executive Manager: District and Institutional Support), Ms Shireen Mohammed (Executive Manager: Research and Development), Mr Herman Mooketsi (Executive Manager: Social Welfare Services), Mr Lesego Pule (Media Liaison Officer) Communications Officers: Mr Conrad Fortune (Communications Manager)

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

925 267

869 121

870 334

910 640

859 420

839 410

Employee Compensation

435 890

377 007

347 232

Goods and Services

244 720

250 315

216 784

37 201

32 869

33 267

9 934

11 323

9 520

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

OFFICE BEARERS

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

1 255

1 173

1 068

MEC: Ms Nontobeko Vilakazi (ANC)

Posts Filled

1 144

1 052

949

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

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CONTACT DETAILS

NORTHERN CAPE

DEPARTMENT: SPORT, ARTS AND CULTURE

sport, arts & culture

PHYSICAL: 10 Church Road, Florainville, Kimberley POSTAL: Private Bag X5004, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 807 4700 WEB: dsac.ncpg.gov.za EMAIL: dsacinfo@ncpg.gov.za

Department: Sport, Arts and Culture NORTHERN CAPE

OVERVIEW The mission of the Northern Cape Department of Sport, Arts and Culture is to serve all the people of the Northern Cape by promoting, protecting and developing sport and the diverse cultures of the province, while at the same time being a catalyst in development programmes, economic empowerment and other activities, thereby entrenching nation-building and social cohesion. The Department’s strategic goals are to provide political and strategic direction, as well as effective and efficient human resource management, financial management and general support services to the Department; promote, develop and transform arts and culture and language services in order to contribute to sustainable economic growth and opportunities, nation-building, good governance, and social and human capital development; promote, develop and transform culture, museums and heritage services; develop, transform and promote library, information and archives services; and improve the quality of life of all people of the Northern Cape through the development, transformation and promotion of sustainable sport and recreation programmes, which will lead to increased participation and global competitiveness of sportspeople.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Desery Finies (ANC) Head of Department: Ms Ruth Palm CFO: Mr A Coleridge Directors: Mr BB Jacobs (Corporate Affairs), Mr A Jinnah (Stakeholder Liaison and Donor Funding), Mr P Lenyibi (Human Resources Management), Ms Elizabeth Manong (Sport and Recreation), Mr D Mdutyana (Sport and Recreation), Mr Phenyo Modise (Library and Archive Services), Ms Z Mongwe (EPWP and District Management), Ms Aletta Topham (Cultural Affairs), Ms J Villet (Strategic Management) Senior Management: Ms Amy Davis (Manager: Office of the HOD), Mr Eric Gaborone (Head of Ministry: Office of the MEC) Communications Officers: Mr C Fortune (Office of the MEC)

HOD MS R PALM

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

405 687

423 555

390 337

Actual Expenditure

393 765

411 816

356 044

Employee Compensation

183 526

169 802

153 257

Goods and Services

98 809

120 941

97 652

Capital Assets

49 878

61 775

43 600

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

6

10

556

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

543

599

526

Posts Filled

526

578

472

HUMAN RESOURCES

PUBLIC ENTITIES McGregor Museum Northern Cape Arts and Culture Council Northern Cape Heritage Resources Authority (NCHRA)

DEPARTMENT: TRANSPORT, SAFETY AND LIAISON CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Cnr Phakamile Mabija & Lennox Streets, Kimberley, 8300 POSTAL: Private Bag X1368, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 839 1700 WEB: www.northern-cape.gov.za/dtsl

transport, safety & liaison Department: Transport, Safety & Liaison NORTHERN CAPE

OVERVIEW The vision of the Northern Cape Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison is to be a leader in the creation and coordination of safe, secure and sustainable transport and policing systems for a crimefree Northern Cape Province. Its mission is to enable a safe and secure environment and mobility for the community of the Northern Cape through: good corporate governance, management, administration and support; establishing and supporting community safety partnerships; monitoring and oversight of the police; facilitating and coordinating social crime prevention and road safety programmes; educating, enforcing and administering road traffic legislation; liaison with all relevant stakeholders, role-players and clients pertaining to policing, safety and security; regulated and integrated transport modes that are economically and environmentally sustainable. The Department’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are: to support and ensure the smooth functioning of the Department; transparent and accountable law enforcement agencies in the Northern Cape by 2020; a safe and secure environment in the province by 2020; to enable and ensure effective, efficient and safe mobility in the province; to reduce

HOD MR M DICHABA

road crashes and fatalities on the roads by 2019 through effective promotion, coordination and implementation of road traffic strategies and legislation; and to further enhance the overall quality of road traffic services by promoting, coordinating and implementing road traffic safety and by managing the process of vehicle registration and licencing.

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

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OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mrs Sylvia Nomandla Bloem (ANC) Head of Department: Mr Moeketsi Dichaba CFO: Mr Thabo Holele Directors: Mr Eubrahim Crouch (Corporate Services), Ms Nomakhwezi Jonkers (Civilian Oversight), Mr Phuthuma Mguza (Transport Operations), Mr MC Modisa (Senior Legal Administration Officer), Mr Kabelo Mohibidu (Head: Ministry), Mr Olebogeng Vorster (Risk Management), Ms Renee Williams (Policy and Planning), Mr Lesego Wolfe (Transport Regulations) Communications Officers: Ms P Alley (Media Liaison Officer), Ms L Ntombela (Departmental Spokesperson), Ms Rennie Van Wyk

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

369 751

333 923

425 933 423 025

336 208

341 111

Employee Compensation

164 892

160 142

152 346

Goods and Services

107 737

119 262

209 917

Capital Assets

5 231

3 095

3 584

70 843

131 632

188 034

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

440

407

441

391

363

377

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

AUDIT OUTCOME

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

214

737

2 512

4 868

5 193

5 063

5 082

5 930

7 575

589

686

163

-

1

-

589

687

163

4 493

5 243

7 412

5 064

6 653

10 905

749

1 241

1 751

4 315

5 412

9 154

Total Expenditure

(6 368)

(8 804)

(7 804)

Employee Costs

(3 658)

(3 975)

(3 280)

(749)

(2 576)

3 442

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

KALAHARI KID CORPORATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Templar Building, 2 Bean Street, Kimberley POSTAL: PO Box 988, Rivonia, 2128 TEL: 053 838 9118 / 083 601 8055 WEB: www.kalaharikid.co.za EMAIL: info@kalaharikid.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of Kalahari Kid Corporation, as a leader in the industry, is to champion the commercialisation of goats in the market, promote and facilitate increased production, and provide expertise for improved livelihoods, sustainable rural economy and food security for all. The Corporation’s strategic objectives are to: provide agricultural advisory services to goat cooperatives, including individual goat farmers, for sustainable management of agricultural resources; coordinate and implement the commercialisation of goats programme in the Northern Cape Province, with the vision of a national roll-out to obtain the critical mass needed; facilitate and assist goat cooperatives with access to marketing of surplus stock; provide accredited training to cooperatives (via the Department of Agriculture) in areas related to production, finance, marketing, corporate governance and soft skills; facilitate the formalisation of the goat meat industry in South Africa and Africa; develop the Mala-Mamas programme; empowering women and youth to become retailers of goat meat in communities; and become one of the leading goat producers in South Africa, supplying breeding and slaughter stock as well as six way cut and carcass meat to the markets, both locally and internationally. Kalahari Kid is already a known international brand.

OFFICE BEARERS Board Members: Ms P Catita, Dr P Kegakilwe (Acting CEO and Chief Director: Agriculture), Ms Judith Weidemann (COO), Ms K Williams CEO: Dr P Kegakilwe (Acting CEO and Chief Director: Agriculture) CFO: Ms Boipelo Ngwenya COO: Ms Judith Weidemann Senior Management: Mr Hannes de Witt (Production Farms Manager) Communications Officers: Mrs Kim Olivier (Liaison, Communications and Senior Manager: Administration)

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

(138)

399

3 646

Investing Activities

(265)

(2 058)

(1 531)

148

553

2 214

84

1 243

186

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

10

10

9

9

9

7

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

MCGREGOR MUSEUM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 7-11 Atlas Street, Herlear, Kimberley, 8301 POSTAL: PO Box 316, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 839 2700 WEB: www.museumsnc.co.za EMAIL: enquiries@museumsnc.co.za

museum by increasing the number of museum visitors; providing outreach programmes to learners, educators and the public; providing brochures and publications for public consumption; and providing exhibitions for public viewing.

OFFICE BEARERS OVERVIEW The mission of the McGregor Museum is to research and conserve the natural and cultural history and diversity of the Northern Cape, and promote an awareness thereof through service excellence. The Museum’s strategic objectives are: providing a transformed

Chairperson: Mr K Mathews Board Members: Mr D Allen, Mr C Fortune, Mr T Thobeli CEO: Ms Sunet Swanepoel Senior Management: Ms Tracy Maarman (Senior State Accountant)

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

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AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

Qualified

Qualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

5 169

6 223

4 053

4 042

4 540

4 156

9 211

10 763

8 209

1 808

2 894

433

87

115

-

Total Liabilities

1 895

3 009

433

Total Net Assets

7 316

7 754

7 776

21 751

20 996

18 859

970

1 037

1 049

20 781

19 958

17 809

Total Expenditure

(22 141)

(20 942)

(18 423)

Employee Costs

(296)

(252)

(181)

(439)

(22)

435

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

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Operating Activities

(629)

3 033

1 080

Investing Activities

(301)

(880)

(294)

5 131

6 099

3 973

97

94

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved

53

49

50

Posts Filled

51

46

50

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

9 409

10 566

n/a

429

631

n/a

8 980

9 935

n/a

Total Expenditure

(13 016)

(11 754)

n/a

Employee Costs

(3 418)

(2 835)

n/a

(3 606)

(1 220)

n/a

(1 288)

865

n/a

(88)

(648)

n/a

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

4 248

5 324

n/a

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 000

-

-

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

NORTHERN CAPE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

NORTHERN CAPE ARTS AND CULTURE COUNCIL CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

PHYSICAL: Mayibuye Multipurpose Centre, Cnr Hulana & Shaka Streets, Galeshewe, Kimberley, 8345

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

TEL: 053 802 8000

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS CEO: PRC Maema Senior Management: Mr Kobus Malan (Mayibuye Academy of Music

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Manager), Lucky Nche (Mayibuye Dance Academy Manager), Neo Senkge (Assistant Manager: Finance)

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

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

Investing Activities

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Disclaimer

Financially Unqualified

Qualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

4 613

5 888

n/a

Posts Approved

21

21

n/a

14 897

16 374

n/a

Posts Filled

21

21

n/a

19 510

22 262

n/a

3 503

2 649

n/a

-

-

n/a

3 503

2 649

n/a

16 007

19 613

n/a

HUMAN RESOURCES

NORTHERN CAPE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, TRADE AND INVESTMENT PROMOTION AGENCY (NCEDA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: DSC Office Block, Floor 1, 69 Memorial Road, Kimberley, 8301 TEL: 087 086 0350 WEB: www.nceda.co.za EMAIL: info@nc-eda.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Northern Cape Economic Development, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (NCEDA) is to achieve the promotion of the Northern Cape as a business-friendly province through seeking sustainable growth at all times; facilitating the creation of a conducive environment for trade and investment within the province; increased focus on attracting investment; promoting trade; pursuing economic development; and constantly striving for sustainable and quality job creation at all times. The Agency’s mandate is to plan and assist with business enterprise and rural development; provide funding in respect of approved enterprise development; engage in project management; engage in the development and management of immovable property; and promote foreign trade and investment. NCEDA’s strategic direction with regards to economic development focuses on the key sectors of tourism and agriculture. As such, a number of approved projects are supported in the form of contributing to pre-

feasibility studies, environmental impact assessments, business plan development, and facilitation of funding applications. Strategic direction with regards to trade and investment promotion focuses on the key areas of exporter development and providing an information service to traders and investors, with specific reference to the available incentives and market access opportunities.

OFFICE BEARERS CEO: Mr Hendrik Louw (Acting) CFO: Ms Tsholofelo Mangojane Senior Management: Mr Owen Coetzee (Facilities Manager: MSICC), Mr Denzil Kruger (Risk Manager), Mr Teboho Luse (Manager: Human Resource and Operations), Mr John Martiens (Facility Manager: Witsand Nature Reserve) Communications Officers: Mr Alungile Ganuganu (Project Officer)

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

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

NORTHERN CAPE

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Qualified

Qualified

Financially Unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

4 155

2 008

5 641

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

33 392

30 268

24 593

9 268

5 152

3 071

24 124

25 116

21 523

4 611

2 161

2 677

Total Expenditure

(32 758)

(33 382)

(26 747)

8 766

4 169

8 318

Employee Costs

(8 461)

(12 363)

(9 756)

7 649

3 742

4 767

634

(3 114)

(1 881)

91

36

46

Total Liabilities

7 741

3 778

4 813

Operating Activities

(10 505)

Total Net Assets

1 025

391

3 505

Investing Activities

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

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

4 251

(3 293)

(3 382)

(572)

(610)

2 185

1 232

5 494

410

7 736

1 468

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

90

29

29

Posts Filled

33

23

18

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

17 114

16 650

14 491

758

545

356

16 356

16 105

13 915

Total Expenditure

(16 856)

(13 966)

(11 376)

Employee Costs

(11 214)

(8 394)

(8 019)

258

2 708

3 116 2 449

NORTHERN CAPE GAMBLING BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 31 Macdougall Street, Monument Heights, Kimberley, 8301 TEL: 053 244 0890 / 081 761 9101 WEB: ncgb.co.za EMAIL: enquiries@ncgb.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Northern Cape Gambling Board is to ensure that gambling activities in the Northern Cape Province are conducted with integrity and social responsibility and to maximise long-term economic benefits for the people of the Northern Cape.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

OFFICE BEARERS CEO: Mr Vincent Mothibi CFO: Ms Melany Steenkamp (Acting) Communications Officers: Ms Natasha L Francis (Board Secretary) 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

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

5 543

6 264

5 442

630

820

691

6 173

7 083

6 132

5 446

6 095

4 428

-

-

4

5 446

6 095

4 432

727

988

1 701

Operating Activities

(627)

(221)

Investing Activities

(64)

(401)

(269)

5 244

6 107

5 324

-

139

7

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

34

34

34

17

16

19

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

NORTHERN CAPE HERITAGE RESOURCES AUTHORITY (NCHRA) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: McGregor Museum, 7 Atlas Street, Herlear, Kimberley, 8301 TEL: 053 831 3319 / 060 622 1349 WEB: www.nbkb.org.za EMAIL: rtimothy@nbkb.org.za

sites; graves and burial grounds; sites of significance relating to the history of slavery in South Africa and movable objects. As one of its functions NCHRA must advise the MEC of Sport, Arts and Culture on the implementation of the National Heritage Resources Act or relevant provincial or municipal legislation.

OVERVIEW The Northern Cape Heritage Resources Authority (NCHRA) is the Provincial Heritage Resources Authority (PHRA) of the Northern Cape Province. It is a statutory body established by the MEC of Sport, Arts and Culture in terms of section 23 of the National Heritage Resources Act. The object of the NCHRA is to coordinate the identification and management of the national estate in the Northern Cape. The national estate may include buildings, structures and equipment of cultural significance; places to which oral traditions are attached or which are associated with living heritage; historical settlements and townscapes; landscapes and natural features of cultural significance; geological sites of scientific or cultural importance; archaeological and palaeontological

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Stanley McKenzie Deputy Chairperson: Mr Sabata Mokae Board Members: Mr Colin Fortune, Ms Mariette Jordaan, Ms Pulane Setlhodi

CEO: Mr Shane Christians Senior Management: Mrs Rose Kelebogile (Senior Admin), Mr Ratha Andrew Timothy (Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

n/a

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

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

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CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 6 De Beers Road, Kimberley, 8301 POSTAL: Private Bag X6108, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 087 310 5318 WEB: liquorlicense.co.za/liquor-license-northern-cape EMAIL: nclbcfo@gmail.co.za

OVERVIEW The function of the Northern Cape Liquor Board is to regulate the registration of retail sales and micro manufacturing of liquor in the province. The Board is committed to promoting responsible consumption of liquor and reducing the socio-economic problem emanating from alcohol abuse in the province.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 953

1 107

1 302

101

170

240

2 054

1 277

1 542

721

727

655

-

-

-

721

727

655

1 333

550

887

13 975

12 915

11 991

27

103

86

13 947

12 812

11 905

Total Expenditure

(13 192)

(13 255)

(11 290)

Employee Costs

(10 090)

(9 939)

(8 731)

783

(340)

700

846

(164)

727

-

(19)

(17)

1 953

1 107

1 302

716

1 016

5

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

OFFICE BEARERS

Exchange Transactions

Chairperson: Mr Andrew Sia Deputy Chairperson: Mr Sizwe Mbi Board Members: R Andrews, Mrs Helen Jack, Mrs Patricia Mabula,

Non-Exchange Transactions

Adv Vincent Mayisela, Ms Cindi-Lee Oliphant, Mr Thabo Thobeli CEO: Mr ZS ’Tshepo’ Mengo (Acting) CFO: Mr KT ’Oupa’ Makhale

NORTHERN CAPE

NORTHERN CAPE LIQUOR BOARD

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

33

33

33

Posts Filled

20

20

21

NORTHERN CAPE TOURISM AUTHORITY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Tourism House, 15 Villiers Street, Kimberley, 8301 POSTAL: Private Bag X5017, Kimberley, 8300 TEL: 053 832 2657 WEB: www.experiencenortherncape.com EMAIL: marketing@experiencenortherncape.com

OVERVIEW The vision of the Northern Cape Tourism Authority is to position the Northern Cape as an authentic leisure tourist and competitive business events destination that offers value-for-money tourism experiences.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Colin Fortune Deputy Chairperson: Ms Boitumelo Bopape Board Members: Mr Victor Barbery, Mr Willem Burger, Mr Thabiso Cogang, Mr Ronald Loko, Mr Robert Williams CEO: Ms Sharron Lewis CFO: Mr Roscoe Miller Senior Management: Ms Marian Diedericks (Manager: Administration and Support and Manager: CEO’s Office), Mr Donovan Fredericks (Human Resources Manager and Organisational Development), Ms Dianna Martin (General Manager: Marketing and Promotions), Mr Peter McKuchane (General Manager: Business Tourism and Events) Communications Officers: Mr Tebogo Velembo (Marketing and Communications Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

5 069

4 118

3 301

Non-Current Assets

2 470

2 071

1 708

7 540

6 189

5 009

Current Liabilities

2 530

2 127

2 046

Non-Current Liabilities

1 334

1 192

1 134

Total Liabilities

3 864

3 319

3 180

Total Net Assets

3 676

2 870

1 829

27 228

24 161

23 868

322

394

518

27 228

24 161

23 351

Total Assets

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

(26 422)

(23 120)

(22 768)

Employee Costs

(11 902)

(10 700)

(9 991)

806

1 042

1 101

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

1 670

1 441

1 570

Investing Activities

(718)

(605)

(683)

4 685

3 708

2 881

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

23

23

23

Posts Filled

16

17

16

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

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

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WESTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE The Western Cape Provincial Legislature consists of 42 members, elected by proportional representation. Since the elections on 7 May 2014, the DA has held a majority of seats in the Legislature.

The parties holding seats are: DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE

24

AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

12 3

ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS

2

AFRICAN CHRISTIAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY

1

GOOD

1

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY FREEDOM FRONT PLUS

1

AL JAMA-AH

1

LAND AREA 129 462km2 LAND PERCENTAGE 10.6%

PEOPLE

PREMIER The head of the Provincial Executive is the Premier, who is elected by the Provincial Legislature from among its members. The current Premier of the Western Cape is Mr Alan Richard Winde.

6 279 730

2 126 113

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENTS The Premier appoints an Executive Council consisting of members of the Provincial Legislature. The Members of the Executive Council (MECs) are responsible for the various departments of the provincial administration. The current departments and MECs are: DEPARTMENT

MEC

Agriculture

Dr Ivan Henry Meyer

Community Safety

Mr Albert Theo Fritz

Cultural Affairs and Sport

Ms Anroux Marais

Economic Development and Tourism

Mr David John Maynier

Education

Ms Debbie Schäfer

Environmental Affairs and Development Planning

Mr Anton Bredell

Health

Dr Nomafrench Mbombo

Human Settlements

Mr Tertius Alfred Simmers

Local Government

Mr Anton Bredell

Provincial Treasury

Mr David John Maynier

Social Development

Ms Sharna Gail Fernandez

Transport and Public Works

Mr Daylin Mitchell

99,8

33,9

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

29.7%

2.7%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

23.7%

27.9%

OFFICIAL RATE

PUBLIC ENTITIES The Provincial Government has, through its legislative capacity, the power to establish state-owned public entities. The role of these public entities is to further the programmes of the relevant government institutions or departments. As a rule each public entity reports to a responsible official in the Provincial Executive (usually an MEC or the Premier). Current public entities include:

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,6

HOUSEHOLDS 1 933 876 82.4%

0.5%

16.5%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

Cape Town and Western Cape Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Wesgro) CapeNature Casidra SOC Ltd Government Motor Transport Heritage Western Cape

Saldanha Bay IDZ Licencing Soc Ltd Western Cape Cultural Commission Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board Western Cape Language Committee Western Cape Liquor Authority

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

96.5%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

94.6%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

96.5%

Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO) Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 1, 2021, published by Stats SA.

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WESTERN CAPE

PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 7 Wale Street, Cape Town POSTAL: PO Box 648, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 487 1600 WEB: www.wcpp.gov.za EMAIL: info@wcpp.gov.za

OVERVIEW The vision of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament is to be the leading regional parliament, rooted in Africa - innovative, forwardlooking and in touch with all its people. In pursuance of the vision, the administration of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament commits to serve, support and strengthen the institution by: being professional and innovative in its processes and work, while fostering ethical and good governance, empowering its members and staff to function optimally; facilitating the constitutional mandate of law-making, public participation and oversight in the interests of the people of the Western Cape; and promoting the institution provincially, nationally and internationally. The Western Cape Provincial Parliament’s strategic goals are: procedural and related support to the House and committees to conduct their business of making laws and performing oversight effectively; corporate support to members and staff to perform their duties effectively; promotion of optimal public participation in parliamentary processes; and promotion of sound administrative support to ensure organisational efficiency.

Mr Petrus Jacobus Marais Ms Anroux Johanna Du Toit Marais Mr Patrick Marran Ms Letta Matlhodi Maseko Mr David John Maynier Dr Nomafrench Mbombo Mr Ivan Henry Meyer Mr Daylin Gary Mitchell Mr Masizole Mnqasela (Speaker) Mr Lulama Lennox Mvimbi Ms Nobulumko Degracia Nkondlo Ms Wendy Felecia Philander Mr Muhammad Khalid Sayed Ms Deborah Anne Schäfer Mr Tertuis Alfred Simmers Mr Danville Smith Mr Andricus Pieter van der Westhuizen Ms Mireille Mary Wenger (DA Chief Whip) Mr Alan Richard Winde (Premier) Ms Rachel Windvogel Mr Melikhaya Xego

VF PLUS DA ANC DA DA DA DA DA DA ANC ANC DA ANC DA DA ANC DA DA DA ANC EFF

Secretary: Mr Romeo Adams Communications Officers: Mr Matthys Odendal (Digital Communications Officer), Mr James Retief (Manager: Stakeholder and Communication Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* SPEAKER MR M MNQASELA

DEPUTY SPEAKER MS BA SCHÄFER

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

OFFICE BEARERS

Current Assets

18 588

21 246

15 371

2019 General Election seat allocation: DA 24, ANC 12, EFF 2, GOOD 1, ACDP 1, FF PLUS 1, ALJAMA 1 Speaker: Mr Masizole Mnqasela (DA) Deputy Speaker: Ms Beverley Ann Schäfer (DA)

Non-Current Assets

21 314

20 110

20 733 36 104

Total Assets

39 902

41 356

Current Liabilities

14 821

23 530

15 276

Non-Current Liabilities

21 957

23 529

39 166

Members:

Total Liabilities

Mr Reagen Ivan Allen DA Mr Derrick America DA Ms Deidré Maudelene Baartman DA Ms Ntombezanele Gladys Bakubaku-Vos ANC Ms Ayanda Bans ANC Mr Gillion Bosman DA Ms Lorraine Juliette Botha DA Mr Anton Wilhelm Bredell DA Mr Galil Brinkhuis AL JAMA-AH Mr Ferlon Charles Christians ACDP Mr Cameron Muir Dugmore (Leader of the Official Opposition) ANC Ms Sharna Gail Fernandez DA Mr Albert Theo Fritz DA Mr Brett Norton Herron GOOD Mr Mesuli Kama ANC Ms Patronella Zingisa Lekker (ANC Chief Whip) ANC Mr Andile Lili ANC Mr Ricardo Denver Mackenzie DA Ms Nosipho Makamba-Botya EFF

Total Net Assets

36 778

47 059

54 442

3 123

(5 703)

(18 337)

208 152

189 584

180 482

575

472

1 024

207 576

189 112

179 458

Total Expenditure

(196 953)

(190 400)

(181 412)

Employee Costs

(69 881)

(64 350)

(57 476)

8 827

(4 117)

(930)

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

1 953

9 424

3 877

(5 070)

(3 125)

(3 947)

16 058

19 414

13 368

3 462

41

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

117

109

109

Posts Filled

101

99

103

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

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DEPARTMENT OF THE PREMIER WESTERN CAPE

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Provincial Legislature Building, 1st Floor, 7 Wale Street, Cape Town

POSTAL: PO Box 9043, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 4630/9955/6032 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/dept/department-premier EMAIL: service@westerncape.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Western Cape Department of the Premier plays a leading role in envisioning and implementing the strategic path of the Western Cape Government, while working to ensure accessible, quality and peoplecentric services across the province. The role and mandate of the Department is to enable – equip VIPs and departments to deliver, including governance towards service delivery for maximum citizen impact; guide – foster learning, innovation, culture change, collaboration, adaptation, integration of service delivery and citizen-centricity; and direct – drive the implementation, monitoring and review of the Provincial Strategic Plan and ensure accountability through leadership structures.

PREMIER MR AR WINDE

DIRECTOR GENERAL DR H MALILA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Premier: Mr Alan Richard Winde Director General: Dr Harry Malila Superintendent General: Mr AF Joemat (Corporate Services) Deputy Directors General: Mr H Arendse (E-Innovation),

Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

Mr L Buter (Legal Services), Ms H Robson (Corporate Assurance)

Senior Management: Mr Robert Shaw (Strategic Office Support: DG), Ms Faiza Steyn (Corporate Communications) Communications Officers: Ms Cayla Murray (Media Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

2019/20

2018/19

R’000

R’000

2017/18 R’000

1 584 462

1 496 760

1 400 450

1 561 031

1 450 004

1 358 285

Employee Compensation

608 708

595 640

572 959

Goods and Services

889 907

811 934

715 511

35 634

19 469

46 071

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 003

2 395

502

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

970

1 009

1 056

Posts Filled

957

987

1 046

HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT: AGRICULTURE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Admin Building, Muldersvlei Road, Elsenburg POSTAL: Private Bag X1, Elsenburg, 7607 TEL: 021 808 5111 WEB: www.elsenburg.com EMAIL: info@elsenburg.com

Agriculture

OVERVIEW The mission of the Western Cape Department of Agriculture is to unlock the full potential of agriculture to enhance the economic, ecological and social wealth of all the people of the Western Cape through encouraging sound stakeholder engagements; promoting the production of affordable, nutritious, safe and accessible food, fibre and agricultural products; ensuring sustainable management of natural resources; executing cutting-edge and relevant research and technology development; developing, retaining and attracting skills and human capital; providing a competent and professional extension support service; enhancing market access for the entire agricultural sector; contributing to alleviation of poverty and hunger; and ensuring transparent and effective governance. The Department’s strategic goals are: supporting the provincial agricultural sector in maintaining its export position by growing its value added; ensuring that 70% of all agricultural land reform projects in the province are successful; supporting the sector (farmers and industries) in increasing agricultural production (primary provincial commodities); optimising the sustainable utilisation of water and land resources to increase climate-smart agricultural production; increasing agricultural and related economic opportunities in selected rural areas based on socio-economic needs; enhancing the agri-processing capacity at both primary and secondary level to increase with 10% over baseline; and facilitating an increase of 20% in relevant skills development at different levels in the organisation and the sector.

MEC DR IH MEYER

HOD DR M SEBOPETSA

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Dr Ivan Henry Meyer (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Dr Mogale Sebopetsa CFO: Mr Floris Huysamer Deputy Directors General: Mr Darryl Jacobs Chief Directors: Mr Darryl Jacobs (Acting: Rural Development), Dr Gininda Msiza (Veterinary Services), Dr Hlamalani Ngwenya (Agricultural Producer Support and Development), Ms Hayley Rodkin (Agricultural Education and Training), Dr Ilse Trautmann (Research and Technology Development Services), Mrs Rashidah Wentzel (Operational Support Services)

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

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WESTERN CAPE

BOOKMARKS

Directors: Mrs Bongiswa Matoti (Agricultural Economic Services),

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Ms Ashia Petersen (Sustainable Resource Use and Management), Dr Dirk Troskie (Business Planning and Strategy) Communications Officers: Ms Mary James (Head of Communication), Mr Daniel Johnson (Media Liaison Officer)

Posts Approved

901

919

914

Posts Filled

885

896

891

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

471 340

343 560

304 356

Actual Expenditure

464 924

335 836

295 381

152 992

142 184

134 674

Goods and Services

82 823

88 739

83 236

Capital Assets

12 969

13 169

7 276

1 369

141

1 262

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

311

299

301

303

292

297

PUBLIC ENTITIES 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

968 572

1 143 590

896 902

928 920

1 108 571

866 869

Employee Compensation

404 555

376 267

347 048

Goods and Services

169 300

162 567

177 143

40 190

33 474

29 529

286

83

577

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

Casidra SOC Ltd

DEPARTMENT: COMMUNITY SAFETY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 35 Wale Street, Cape Town, 8000 POSTAL: PO Box 5346, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 6412 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/dept/community-safety

Community Safety

OVERVIEW The Western Cape Department of Community Safety will promote professional policing through effective oversight as legislated, facilitate safety partnerships with communities and other stakeholders and to promote safety in all public buildings and spaces.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Adv Albert Theo Fritz (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Adv Yashina Pillay CFO: Mr Moegamat Frizlar Chief Directors: Mr David Coetzee (Acting CD: Security Risk

MEC ADV AT FRITZ

Management; and Acting Secretarial: Safety and Security), Ms Linde Govender (Management Support) Directors: Mr Louis Brown (Acting Director: Monitoring and Evaluation), Ms Amanda Dissel (Policy and Research), Adv Han-Marie Marshall (Community Police Relations), Adv Anthea Michaels (Acting Director: Security Advisory Services), Ms Ansaaf Mohamed (Strategic Services and Communication), Mr Fred Watkins (Provincial Security Operations), Mr Trevor Wingrove (Safety Promotion and Partnerships) Communications Officers: Mr Ishaam Davids (Head of Communications), Ms Chantell Hendricks, Ms Ameerah Kenny

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20 Clean Audit

2018/19 Clean Audit

2017/18 Clean Audit

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

PUBLIC ENTITIES Western Cape Liquor Authority Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO)

DEPARTMENT: CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND SPORT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Protea House Building, 7th Floor, Greenmarket Square, Cape Town, 8000

POSTAL: Private Bag X9067, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 9503 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/cas EMAIL: dcas.com@westerncape.gov.za

Cultural Affairs and Sport

OVERVIEW The mission of the Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport is to encourage excellence and inclusiveness in sport and culture through the effective, efficient and sustainable use of its resources, and through creative partnerships with others. In moving to excellence, the

Department will create the conditions for access and mass participation, talent identification and skills development. The Department’s strategic goals are: an effective, efficient, economical administrative service; the promotion, development and

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

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transformation of all cultural activities in the Western Cape in order to contribute towards nation-building, good governance, social and human capital development, and to contribute towards sustainable economic growth and opportunities; the development, transformation and promotion of sustainable library, information and archives services; and the initiation and support of socially inclusive sport and recreation structures and activities.

(Museums, Heritage and Geographical Names Service), Mr SRD Julie (Strategic and Operational Management Support), Ms JS Moleleki (Arts, Culture and Language Services), Ms BG Rutgers (Financial Management), Ms Cecilia Sani (Library Service), Mr TD Tutu (Sport Promotion) Senior Management: Mr Deon Burger (Head of Office) Communications Officers: Dr Tania Colyn (Head: Communications)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure

MEC MS AJ MARAIS

R’000

R’000

R’000

800 236

740 212

728 227

784 571

732 338

721 011

Employee Compensation

210 755

202 422

193 577

Goods and Services

141 365

128 239

137 005

Capital Assets

20 816

17 971

15 757

64

259

2 332

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

OFFICE BEARERS

HUMAN RESOURCES

MEC: Ms Anroux Johanna Marais (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Mr Guy Redman CFO: Ms BG Rutgers Chief Directors: Dr LJ Bouah (Sport and Recreation), Ms Jacqueline

Posts Approved

537

570

571

Posts Filled

531

560

556

PUBLIC ENTITIES

Boulle (After School Programme) Directors: Ms Nomaza Dingayo (Provincial Archive Service), Mr PC Hendricks (Sport Development), Mr Michael Janse van Rensburg

Heritage Western Cape Western Cape Cultural Commission Western Cape Language Committee

WESTERN CAPE

BOOKMARKS

DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 11th Floor, NBS Waldorf Building, 80 St George’s Mall, Cape Town, 8001

POSTAL: PO Box 979, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 9226 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/dept/edat EMAIL: ecohead@westerncape.gov.za

Economic Development and Tourism

OVERVIEW The mission of the Western Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism is to provide leadership to the Western Cape economy through the Department’s understanding of the economy, its ability to identify economic opportunities and potential, and its contribution to government economic priorities. The Department also aims to act as a catalyst for the transformation of the economy and respond to the challenges and opportunities of its economic citizens, in order to support the government’s goal of creation of opportunities for businesses and citizens to grow the economy and employment. Lastly, it aims to contribute to the provision of a predictable, competitive, equitable and responsible environment for investment, enterprise and trade. The Department’s strategic objectives are to develop and implement the economic strategic plan and policies in support of achieving opportunities for jobs and growth; create an enabling environment (minimal hurdles, sustainable business growth, investment and job creation) through improvement in the regional business confidence index and growth in the employment rate; facilitate demand-led, private sector driven government support for growth industries and business by increasing the value of exports; and improve the competitiveness of the region through infrastructure-led economic growth.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr David John Maynier (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Mr Solly Fourie CFO: Ms M Abrahams Deputy Directors General: Ms Jo-Ann Johnston (Economic Coordination and Stakeholder Engagement), Mr R Toefy (Economic Operations)

MEC MR DJ MAYNIER

HOD MR S FOURIE

Chief Directors: Ms H Davies (Green Economy and Innovation), Mr J Peters (Economic Enablement), Mr A Phillips (Skills Development), Ms I van Schalkwyk (Economic Sector Support) Directors: Ms F Dharsey (Municipal Economic Support), Mr G Dingaan (Agri-processing Sector), Ms O Dyers (Digital Leadership), Mr H Jonker (Coordination of Industrial Development), Mr N Joseph (Economic Research and Development), Ms C Julies (Strategic and Operational Support), Ms R Loghdey (Skills Incentives), Ms B Mpahlaza-Schiff (Catalytic Economic Infrastructure), Ms N Ntenetya (Tourism), Ms M Parker (Provincial Skills and Partnership), Mr A Trikam (Energy), Mr R Windvogel (Red Tape Reduction), Mr J Wolmarans (Enterprise Development) Senior Management: Ms Crystal le Bron (Office of the HOD) Communications Officers: Mr Joe-Mark Arnold, Ms Susan Davis (Deputy Director: Communications)

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

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

WESTERN CAPE

AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

516 804

434 342

415 200

Actual Expenditure

498 923

431 001

413 453

Employee Compensation

131 943

125 927

115 365

Goods and Services

83 410

106 436

106 251

4 678

5 387

5 997

-

500

7 477

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

217

214

223

206

212

216

Posts Approved Posts Filled

PUBLIC ENTITIES Cape Town and Western Cape Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Wesgro) Saldanha Bay IDZ Licencing Company SOC Ltd

DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Grand Central Towers, Lower Parliament Street, Cape Town, 8001

POSTAL: Private Bag X9114, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 467 2000 WEB: wcedonline.westerncape.gov.za EMAIL: Media1.Media1@westerncape.gov.za

Education

OVERVIEW The Western Cape Department of Education is responsible for primary and secondary school education in the province, in public schools, and various specialised education services. The Department supports Grade R and subsidises private schools. The Department’s key strategic objectives are to: improve language and mathematics performance in primary schools; increase the number and improve the quality of National Senior Certificate passes; and increase the quality of education provision in poorer communities. MEC MS DA SCHÄFER

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Deborah Anne Schäfer (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Mr Brent Walters Deputy Directors General: Mr Salie Abrahams (Education Planning), Mr Leon Ely (Corporate Services), Mr Archie Lewis (Institution Development and Coordination) Chief Directors: Mr Brett Blackburn (Infrastructure Delivery Management System – Strategic Technical Advisor), Mr Ian de Vega (Business Intelligence Management), Mr Haroon Mahomed (Curriculum Management and Teacher Development), Ms Lesline McGlenatendolf (Physical Resources), Mr Alan Meyer (Districts), Mr Sigamoney Naicker (Institutional Management, Governance Planning and Specialised Education), Ms Tina Singh (Assessment and Examinations), Mrs Erna Veldman (Financial Management) Directors: Ms Warda Conrad (Business Strategy and Stakeholder Management) Senior Management: Ms Lorika Elliott (Head: Office of the Ministry) Communications Officers: Mr Paddy Attwell (Director: Communication), Ms Bronagh Hammond (Director: Communication – Internal Control), Ms Kerry Mauchline (Media Liaison Officer: Ministry)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

23 662 885

22 149 780

20 722 693

Actual Expenditure

23 446 389

22 112 434

20 566 836

17 474 935

16 352 318

15 178 886

2 477 953

2 323 298

2 345 012

1 114 387

1 168 958

958 096

1 432

46

250

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

42 216

41 906

40 853

Posts Filled

42 197

41 514

40 668

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

DEPARTMENT: ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND DEVELOPMENT PLANNING CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 8th Floor, 1 Dorp Street, Cape Town, 8000 POSTAL: Private Bag X9086, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 8315 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/eadp EMAIL: enquiries.eadp@westerncape.gov.za

Environmental Affairs and Development Planning

OVERVIEW The mission of the Western Cape Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning is to promote a resilient, sustainable, quality and inclusive living environment in support of human well-being. The Department’s strategic goals are: sustaining the ecological and agricultural resource bases; sustainable and integrated urban and rural settlements; good governance, integrated management and increased economic opportunity through low-carbon development, resource efficiency and the biodiversity economy.

The Constitution provides that everyone has the right 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, through reasonable legislative and other measures that prevent pollution and ecological degradation; promote conservation; and secure ecologically sustainable development and use of natural resources while promoting justifiable economic and social development.

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

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Planning Intelligence Management and Research), Ms Wilna Kloppers (Pollution and Chemicals Management), Ms Marlene Laros (Biodiversity and Coastal Management), Dr Joy Leaner (Air Quality Management), Ms Charmaine Maré (Environmental Governance), Mr Ronald Mukanya (Sustainability Management), Mr Kobus Munro (Development Planning Region 2), Ms Catherine Stone (Spatial Planning), Mr Zaahir Toefy (Development Management – Region 1) Communications Officers: Mr James-Brent Styan (Media Liaison Officer), Mr Rudolf van Jaarsveldt (Head: Communications) MEC MR AW BREDELL

HOD MR P VAN ZYL

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Anton Wilhelm Bredell (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Mr Piet van Zyl CFO: Mr Thapelo Mosome (CFO and Chief Director: Management

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

635 783

585 536

555 720

Actual Expenditure

624 869

575 512

546 028

225 381

218 835

202 998

39 951

43 897

43 955

7 364

5 043

7 835

-

64

9 204

Support)

Employee Compensation

Chief Directors: Mr Gottlieb Arendse (Environmental Quality),

Goods and Services

Mr Gerhard Gerber (Development Planning), Ms Thea Jordan (Development Planning), Mr Ayub Mohamed (Environmental Governance, Policy Coordination and Enforcement), Ms Karen Shippey (Environmental Sustainability) Directors: Mr Achmad Bassier (Environmental Law Enforcement), Mr Gavin Benjamin (Development Management – Region 3), Mr Johannes Fritz (Financial Management), Mr Anwaar Gaffoor (Strategic and Operational Support), Mr Eddie Hanekom (Waste Management), Mr Paul Hardcastle (Planning and Policy Coordination), Mr Goosain Isaacs (Climate Change), Ms Helena Jacobs (Development

Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

382

374

379

Posts Filled

364

370

373

PUBLIC ENTITIES CapeNature

DEPARTMENT: HEALTH CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 20th Floor, 4 Dorp Street, Cape Town POSTAL: PO Box 2060, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 3245/5417 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/dept/health EMAIL: service@westerncape.gov.za

Health

OVERVIEW The mission of the Western Cape Department of Health is to provide equitable access to quality health services in partnership with the relevant stakeholders within a balanced and well-managed health system to the people of the Western Cape and beyond. Health Care 2030 provides a powerful vision for the future of health care in the province. The realisation of a people-centric, effective health system that inspires public trust depends on significant allocative and technical efficiency gains. The Department’s strategic goals are to address the burden of disease through promoting health and wellness; improve the quality of health services and the patient experience; embed good governance and values-driven leadership practices; develop and maintain a capacitated workforce to deliver the required health services; develop and maintain appropriate health technology, infrastructure and ICT; and optimal financial management to maximise health outcomes. A transformation agenda has been set to give effect to the strategic vision of Health Care 2030. There are four pillars to this agenda, including service needs (with an identified set of priorities), leadership development, good governance and positive organisational culture. Fundamental to this agenda is the notion of person centredness, with the clear intention of placing people at the heart of the health system, evident in the Department’s commitment to a community-orientated primary health care (COPC) service; system resilience – the ability to withstand major health system disruption; comprehensive set of services, with a strong focus on health promotion and prevention, central to addressing the social determinants of health; and the notion of universal health coverage, which would enable a more equitable health system.

MEC DR N MBOMBO

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Dr Nomafrench Mbombo (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Dr Keith Cloete CFO: Mr Simon Kaye COO: Dr Saadiq Kariem Chief Directors: Dr L Angeletti Du Toit (Infrastructure and Technical Management), Mrs B Arries (People Management), Dr R Crous (Rural District Health Services), Ms Esmereldah Isaacs (Supply Chain Management), Dr G Perez (Metro District Health Services), Dr K Vallabhjee (Strategy and Health Support) Senior Management: Dr M Mukosi (CEO: Tygerberg Hospital), Dr A Parbhoo (CEO: Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital), Dr B Patel (CEO: Groote Schuur Hospital) Communications Officers: Ms Marika Champion (Director: Communications), Ms Nomawethu Sbukwana (Spokesperson for the MEC), Mr Mark van der Heever (Deputy Director: Communications)

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

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AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

24 993 953

23 215 861

21 738 171

Actual Expenditure

24 773 274

23 045 811

21 498 184

Employee Compensation

14 758 597

13 515 392

12 660 391

Goods and Services

7 602 100

7 219 595

6 892 429

Capital Assets

1 009 536

1 004 040

751 434

6 472

13 260

23 617

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

35 069

33 857

33 018

Posts Filled

32 479

31 914

31 549

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

WESTERN CAPE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEPARTMENT: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 27 Wale Street, Cape Town, 8001 POSTAL: Private Bag X9083, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 6488 / 3112 / 0623 / 0611 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/dept/human-settlements EMAIL: human.settlements@westerncape.gov.za

Human Settlements

OVERVIEW The Western Cape Department of Human Settlements delivers human settlements according to the provisions of the National Housing Code, with a strategy geared towards its unique vision of the province. In order to turn its vision into reality, the Department has a practical mission geared around a set of core values. In order to make sure that it delivers according to its mandate, the Department has an organisational structure consisting of a Ministry, Office of the Head of Department, three Chief Directorates and 14 Directorates, each with a defined set of responsibilities. The Department delivers services to the public through 16 housing programmes, and an overview of each programme, along with the qualification criteria for beneficiaries, is provided. In addition, the Department is also responsible for overseeing the Rental Housing Tribunal, which provides free advice on rental issues to landlords and tenants.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Tertius Alfred Simmers (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Ms Phila Mayisela (Acting) CFO: Mr Francois de Wet (Management Support) Chief Directors: Ms Kahmiela August (Human Settlement Planning), Mr Brian Denton (Human Settlement Implementation and Director: Project Administration) Directors: Mr Nathan Adriaanse (Communications and Stakeholder Relations), Ms Pamela Masiko-Kambala (Policy and Research), Mr Benjamin Nkosi (Strategic Management Support), Mr Esais Pieterse (Planning), Mr Rob Smith (Grant and Municipal Performance Management), Mr Roy Stewart (Land and Asset Management), Mr Melvin Stoffels (Financial Management), Mr Anwar Swartz (Affordable Housing), Mr Mfundo Taliwe (Regional Support: Garden Route and Central Karoo), Ms Rehana Tiry (Regional Support: COCT, West Coast and EPHP) Communications Officers: Mr Marcellino Martin (Media Liaison Officer)

MEC MR TA SIMMERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 751 716

2 642 378

2 732 511

2 684 162

2 359 563

2 683 272

245 442

225 164

209 221

Goods and Services

91 719

88 517

65 116

Capital Assets

7 494

5 983

5 407

130 085

3 278

15

2017/18

Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

HUMAN RESOURCES

469

460

476

Posts Filled

452

443

465

DEPARTMENT: LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 8th Floor, Waldorf Building, 80 St George’s Mall, Cape Town, 8001

POSTAL: Private Bag X9076, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 4049/4997 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/dept/local-government EMAIL: hod.lg@westerncape.gov.za

Local Government

OVERVIEW The mission of the Western Cape Department of Local Government is to capacitate municipalities to deliver quality services to communities; promote participative, integrated and sustainable communities; ensure that municipal plans reflect national, provincial and local priorities and

resources through sound intergovernmental relations; be the first port of call to municipalities for advice and support; and facilitate delivery through sound administration and the engagement of all spheres of government and social partners.

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

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The Department’s objectives and mandates are to establish municipalities consistent with national legislation; support and strengthen the capacity of municipalities; regulate the performance of municipalities in terms of their functions listed in the Constitution; intervene where there is nonfulfilment of legislative, executive or financial obligations; and promote a developmental local government.

Mr Schalk Carstens (Disaster Risk Reduction), Mr Albert Dlwengu (Policy and Strategic Support), Dr S Greyling (Municipal Support and Capacity Building), Mr Heinrich Magerman (Community Development Worker Programme), Mr K Makan (Municipal Governance), Mr Craig Mitchell (Public Participation), Ms Jacqueline Pandaram (Disaster Operations), Mr M Pretorius (Service Delivery Integration), Mr Nabeel Rylands (District and Local Performance Monitoring) Senior Management: Mr Kosie Haarhoff Communications Officers: Ms Rowena Kellies (Head: Communications), Mr James-Brent Styan (Media Liaison Officer)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME APPROPRIATION STATEMENT MEC MR AW BREDELL

HOD MR G PAULSE

Total Final Appropriation Actual Expenditure Employee Compensation

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

323 497

282 567

360 720

313 749

278 361

343 812

172 997

166 792

149 620

OFFICE BEARERS

Goods and Services

63 719

54 836

58 182

MEC: Mr Anton Wilhelm Bredell (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Mr Graham Paulse CFO: Ms B Sewlall-Singh Chief Directors: Ms Eda Barnard (Municipal Performance Monitoring

Capital Assets

4 842

4 469

3 761

9

42

42

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

371

372

360

366

364

350

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

and Support), Mr Colin Deiner (Disaster Management and Fire Brigade Services), Ms Nozuko Zamxaka (Integrated Service Delivery) Directors: Mr G Birch (Specialised Support), Mr Marius Brand (Municipal Infrastructure), Mr Walton Carelse (Integrated Development Planning),

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

DEPARTMENT: PROVINCIAL TREASURY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 3rd Floor, 7 Wale Street, Cape Town, 8000 POSTAL: Private Bag X9165, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 4237 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/provincial-treasury EMAIL: westerncape.treasury@westerncape.gov.za

Provincial Treasury

OVERVIEW The Western Cape Provincial Treasury is mandated to prepare the provincial budget and to exercise control over the implementation of the provincial budget within the context of co-planning and coimplementation and the joint district approach to give effect to the five vision inspired priorities of the Western Cape Government to create a safe Western Cape where everyone prospers. The Treasury’s vision of a responsive and inclusive Treasury enables positive change in the lives of citizens, seeks to build a capable public sector that is adaptive, innovative and supportive, demonstrating the Provincial Treasury’s ability to respond with agility to the challenges we face. As the standard bearer of good governance in South Africa, we continue to strive for excellence, driving resource efficiency and effective financial accountability and resilience across both provincial and local spheres of government.

MEC MR DJ MAYNIER

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

R’000

R’000

R’000

OFFICE BEARERS

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT Total Final Appropriation

344 011

313 553

297 297

MEC: Mr David John Maynier (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Mr David Savage CFO: Ms Annamarie Smit Deputy Directors General: Ms Julinda Gantana (Governance and

Actual Expenditure

328 765

303 106

278 144

185 805

176 277

171 172

57 555

53 014

45 376

5 467

4 219

5 137

Asset Management), Dr Roy Havemann (Fiscal and Economic Services) Chief Directors: Mr Aziz Hardien (Financial Governance and Accounting), Mr Steven Kenyon (Local Government: Public Finance), Ms Analiese Pick (Provincial Government – Public Finance), Mr Isac Smith (Asset Management) Directors: Ms Naadia Ismail (Strategic and Operational Management Support) Communications Officers: Mr Ean Steenkamp-Cairns

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

1 888

1 167

95

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

312

307

289

306

300

288

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

PUBLIC ENTITIES Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board

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

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DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

PHYSICAL: Union House, 14 Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town, 8001 POSTAL: Private Bag X9112, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 5045 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/dept/social-development EMAIL: HOD.DSD@westerncape.gov.za

WESTERN CAPE

CONTACT DETAILS

Social Development

OVERVIEW The mission of the Western Cape Department of Social Development is to ensure the provision of a comprehensive network of social development services that enables and empowers the poor, the vulnerable and those with special needs. The Department’s strategic goals are to improve governance and modernisation of service delivery; create opportunities through community development services; and create a caring society through developmental social welfare services. MEC MS SG FERNANDEZ

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Ms Sharna Gail Fernandez (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Dr Robert Macdonald Chief Directors: Mr M Hewu (Community and Partnership

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Development), Ms M Johnson (Business Planning and Strategy), Mr C Jordan (Social Welfare), Mr J Smith (Financial Management) Directors: Ms A van Reenen (Operational Management Support) Communications Officers: Mr Joshua Chigome (Spokesperson), Ms E Lewis (Deputy Director: Communications)

2019/20

2018/19

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

2 461 667

2 247 102

2 112 031

Actual Expenditure

2 431 906

2 231 480

2 104 117

874 017

798 173

737 386

Goods and Services

212 215

202 049

185 363

Capital Assets

42 051

33 422

33 308

692

3

4 664

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Employee Compensation

UIFW EXPENDITURE** FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

HOD DR R MACDONALD

HUMAN RESOURCES

2017/18

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

2 491

2 231

2 164

Posts Filled

2 417

2 181

2 141

DEPARTMENT: TRANSPORT AND PUBLIC WORKS CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 8th Floor, 9 Dorp Street, Cape Town, 8000 POSTAL: Private Bag X9185, Cape Town, 8001 TEL: 0860 212 414 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/dept/tpw EMAIL: Transport.Publicworks@westerncape.gov.za

Transport and Public Works

OVERVIEW The vision of the Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works is to lead in the delivery of government infrastructure and related services. The Department’s mission is to deliver infrastructure and services in order to promote socio-economic outcomes and safe, empowered and connected communities. The Department’s strategic goals are to continually provide policy and strategic leadership, as well as support services to enable the Department to deliver on government priorities and objectives; lead and facilitate the internalisation of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) across all departments and stakeholders in the Western Cape and within this Department; lead and promote the development and implementation of an integrated transport system intergovernmentally and transversally within the Western Cape; and lead the development and implementation of provincial infrastructure and the management of property, intergovernmentally and transversally within the Western Cape by meeting appropriate standards.

OFFICE BEARERS MEC: Mr Daylin Mitchell (Minister) (DA) Head of Department: Ms Jacqui Gooch CFO: Adv Chantal Smith Deputy Directors General: Adv Gavin Kode (Provincial Public Works),

MEC MR D MITCHELL

HOD MS J GOOCH

Chief Directors: Ms Andrea Campbell (General Infrastructure), Mr Lenn Fourie (Road Network Management), Mr Shane Hindley (Head of Component: Immovable Asset Management), Ms René Kok (Health Infrastructure), Mr Ramesh Maharaj (Strategic Management and Operational Support), Mr Farrel Payne (Acting: Traffic Management), Mr Richard Petersen (Expanded Public Works Programme [EPWP]), Mr Joey Pillay (Provincial PPP), Ms Deidre Ribbonnaar (Transport Operations), Mr Liam Thiel (Education Infrastructure), Mr Gerrit van Schalkwyk (Policy and Strategic Integration) Communications Officers: Mr Jandré Bakker, Ms Ntomboxolo Makoba-Somdaka

Adv Kyle Reinecke (Transport Management), Mr Gerrit van Schalkwyk (Acting: Strategy, Planning and Coordination)

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

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

WESTERN CAPE

AUDIT OUTCOME

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Final Appropriation

8 798 271

8 004 487

7 777 603

Actual Expenditure

8 547 119

7 854 308

7 503 620

978 736

867 260

776 230

2 547 832

2 289 693

2 150 493

3 148 412

2 957 473

2 934 326

-

1

3

APPROPRIATION STATEMENT

Employee Compensation Goods and Services Capital Assets

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

2 469

2 353

2 201

Posts Filled

2 437

2 279

2 162

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

PUBLIC ENTITIES Government Motor Transport

CAPE TOWN AND WESTERN CAPE TOURISM, TRADE AND INVESTMENT PROMOTION AGENCY (WESGRO) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 18th Floor, Reserve Bank Building, 60 St George’s Mall, Cape Town, 8001

POSTAL: PO Box 1678, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 487 8600 WEB: www.wesgro.co.za EMAIL: info@wesgro.co.za

OVERVIEW Wesgro is the official tourism, trade and investment promotion agency for Cape Town and the Western Cape. The Agency is the first point of contact for foreign buyers, local exporters and investors wishing to take advantage of the unlimited business potential in the region. Wesgro works closely with key players including the national, provincial and local government. Its mandate is to facilitate foreign and domestic direct investment into the region; exports of products and services through development of export capability, demand and market access; and to promote Cape Town and the Western Cape as a viable business, leisure and film destination.

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

R’000

R’000

R’000

70 879

64 899

60 995 30 232

34 916

30 882

105 795

95 781

91 227

59 149

53 026

46 255

-

-

75

59 149

53 026

46 332

46 646

42 755

44 897

185 279

131 239

104 663

2 775

4 418

5 604

182 504

126 821

99 059

Total Expenditure

(181 388)

(133 372)

(101 237)

Employee Costs

(60 665)

(46 183)

(38 204)

3 891

(2 133)

3 426

Operating Activities

17 840

(10 366)

10 288

Investing Activities

(5 126)

(1 063)

(6 106)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

59 152

46 438

57 867

-

25

1 000

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

144

104

95

Posts Filled

127

97

87

Total Liabilities

OFFICE BEARERS

Total Net Assets

Chairperson: Prof Brian Figaji Deputy Chairperson: Mr Michael Spicer Board Members: Mr Paul Bannister, Mr Ian Bartes, Ms Andrea Boehmert,

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Mr Johnny Copelyn, Ms Ruwaida Eksteen, Mr Solly Fourie, Mr David Green, Mr Lance Greyling, Mr Marius Koen, Mr John van Rooyen, Dr Helena von Schilcht CEO: Mr Tim Harris CFO: Ms Kholeka Zama Senior Management: Mr Anthony Bere (Financial Controller), Ms Inge Dykman (Head: Leisure Tourism and Trade), Mr Salman Kajie (Acting Head: Investment Promotion), Ms Corne Koch (Head: Convention Bureau), Mr Denan Kuni (Head: Trade Promotion), Ms Judy Lain (Chief Marketing Officer), Mr Yaw Peprah (Chief Business Officer), Ms Monica Rorvik (Head: Film and Media Promotion), Ms Jacyntha Twynam (Senior Manager: Strategic Projects), Mr Cornelis Van Der Waal (Chief Research Officer) Communications Officers: Ms Jean Scheltema (Head of Marketing)

Financially Unqualified

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

CAPENATURE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: PGWC Shared Services Centre, Cnr Bosduif & Volstruis Streets, Bridgetown, 7764

POSTAL: Private Bag X29, Gatesville, 7766 TEL: 087 087 9262 WEB: www.capenature.co.za EMAIL: info@capenature.co.za

OVERVIEW CapeNature is the public entity responsible for nature conservation in the Western Cape. The vision of CapeNature is to conserve nature for resilience and sustainability. Its mission is to conserve, protect and restore our natural environment by inspiring and influencing positive change. CapeNature strives to create a work environment

that nurtures people and motivates a high level of performance in putting people first through implementing the Batho Pele principles aligned with its core values of innovation, customer service, accountability, respect and ethics.

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

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OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Chairperson: Prof Denver Hendricks Deputy Chairperson: Prof Gavin Maneveldt Board Members: Mr Mervyn Burton, Dr Colin Johnson, Ms Marguerite

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Loubser, Prof Aubrey Redlinghuis, Mr Paul Slack CEO: Dr Razeena Omar CFO: Mr Mohamed Bhayat Senior Management: Dr Ernst Baard (Executive Director: Conservation Operations), Ms Coral Birss (Executive Director: Biodiversity Capabilities), Mr Sheraaz Ismail (Executive Director: Eco-Tourism and Access) Communications Officers: Ms Petro Van Rhyn (General Manager: Advocacy)

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

396 639

370 827

366 823

60 656

62 491

57 079

335 982

308 336

309 744

Total Expenditure

(377 929)

(369 936)

(330 456)

Employee Costs

(221 622)

(217 307)

(198 519)

19 533

1 481

37 774

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

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

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

177 329

178 041

181 729

175 871

157 094

146 664

353 200

335 135

328 394

Current Liabilities

59 820

61 036

49 721

Non-Current Liabilities

70 376

70 628

75 972

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

130 196

131 664

125 693

223 004

203 471

202 700

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

39 115

24 581

70 421

(35 900)

(25 890)

(30 045)

168 836

169 294

171 162

-

-

2 680

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

1 074

1 039

1 080

Posts Filled

1 003

990

1 023

WESTERN CAPE

BOOKMARKS

CASIDRA SOC LTD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 22 Louws Avenue, Southern Paarl, 7646 POSTAL: PO Box 660, Southern Paarl, 7624 TEL: 021 863 5000 WEB: www.casidra.co.za EMAIL: info@casidra.co.za

OVERVIEW Casidra’s mission is to maximise agricultural and economic development opportunities in rural communities through project management excellence. Its aim is to deliver quality work, and its ultimate goal is the sustainable impact of each project within the context of working in rural communities. Casidra renders project management services to departments within the Western Cape Government, local authorities, businesses, nongovernmental organisations (NGOs), community-based organisations (CBOs), academic institutions, other governmental agencies, and international assistance institutions. As the official implementing agent for the Western Cape Government, development projects are planned and implemented by Casidra. Its ability and skills, ground level involvement in communities, proven track record, and sound financial record-keeping, reporting and auditing make Casidra the preferred implementing agent. Casidra’s strategic outcome-orientated goals are to: provide management services to the Western Cape Department of Agriculture to achieve their goals; give support to local economic and business development initiatives in rural areas in order to create and facilitate an enabling environment and facilitate economic growth and job creation by promoting the implementation of green initiatives through providing economic support and mentoring; manage resources effectively and ensure good corporate governance to achieve an unqualified audit in each financial year; develop and implement the Casidra Development Model by 2020; maintain and expand project management capability as implementing agent in general through project management training and information systems; and develop and grow new markets on a costrecovery basis at an annual rate of 3%.

CEO: Mr Stuart Symington CFO: Mr Freek van Zyl Senior Management: Mr Carl Boraine (Accountant), Mr Johan Bronkhorst (Manager: Regional), Mr David Nefdt (Chief Officer: Projects), Ms Loinice Seconds (Human Resource Manager) Communications Officers: Mr Experience Matshediso (Public Relations/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

291 773

529 007

362 983

9 376

13 455

15 707

301 149

542 462

378 691

270 752

509 752

343 831

-

364

742

270 752

510 116

344 573

30 397

32 346

34 118

40 263

35 942

37 801

16 630

10 188

14 803

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions

23 633

25 754

22 998

Total Expenditure

Non-Exchange Transactions

(43 060)

(35 504)

(38 284)

Employee Costs

(28 385)

(22 248)

(21 008)

(1 950)

(1 297)

(1 549) (8 310)

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW

OFFICE BEARERS

Operating Activities

(12 726)

(5 010)

Chairperson: Mr Ainsley Moos Deputy Chairperson: Mr Elton Jefthas Board Members: Mr Werner Abrahams, Prof Estian Calitz, Mr Daniel

Investing Activities

9 822

6 009

6 339

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

19 619

22 523

21 525

-

695

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

108

100

134

99

100

120

Johnson, Prof Johan Kirsten, Mr Gerard Martin, Ms Gugu Ntuli, Mr Marius Wust

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES Posts Approved Posts Filled

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

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WESTERN CAPE

GOVERNMENT MOTOR TRANSPORT CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 34 Roeland Street, Cape Town POSTAL: Private Bag X9014, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 0800 092 468 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/tpw EMAIL: gmt.bureau@westerncape.gov.za

OVERVIEW The mission of Government Motor Transport is to be the leader in government motor transport services by providing quality, integrated and cost-effective motor transport to provincial and national client departments, and to do so by creating a pleasant, safe and interactive environment where staff are offered the opportunity of development and self-improvement. The Entity’s strategic objectives are to provide a vehicle fleet; an effectively utilised vehicle fleet; an excellent client satisfaction rating; an unqualified external audit opinion annually; an improved financial management capability; an improved operational capability; and an effective fleet management system.

OFFICE BEARERS CEO: Mr Yasir Ahmed (Head: GMT Trading Entity) CFO: Mr Riaan Wiggill (Director: Fleet Finance) Directors: Mr Anthonie Janse van Rensburg (Acting Director: Fleet Services), Ms Kathy Proctor-Fourie (Deputy Director: Financial Accounting), Mr Leslie Sampson (Deputy Director: Management Support Services) Communications Officers: Mr Jandré Bakker

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

1 809 840

1 705 505

1 577 632

Non-Current Assets

1 050 262

947 983

933 789

2 860 101

2 653 487

2 511 421

60 295

85 231

97 127

2 051

2 227

2 261

62 346

87 459

99 388

2 797 755

2 566 028

2 412 033

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

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

833 084

748 939

689 805

824 817

742 086

687 046

8 267

6 853

2 759

Total Expenditure

(601 357)

(586 753)

(569 093)

Employee Costs

(43 760)

(39 013)

(35 188)

231 727

162 186

120 712

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

280 345

188 960

240 075

Investing Activities

(45 902)

(139 248)

(164 244)

1 628 686

1 394 244

1 344 531

-

-

-

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

129

129

123

Posts Filled

118

119

115

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

7 235

7 309

7 880

-

-

-

7 235

7 309

7 880

411

172

816

-

-

-

411

172

816

6 824

7 137

7 064

3 806

4 720

3 599

1 376

1 343

1 404

2 430

3 377

2 195

(4 119)

(4 647)

(3 764)

(313)

73

(165)

412

(1 022)

1 253

-

-

-

7 006

6 594

7 616

-

-

-

HERITAGE WESTERN CAPE CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 3rd Floor, Protea Assurance Building, Greenmarket Square, Cape Town, 8001

POSTAL: Private Bag X9067, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 9598 WEB: www.hwc.org.za EMAIL: hwc.hwc@westerncape.gov.za

OVERVIEW The vision of Heritage Western Cape is to celebrate, treasure, maintain and nurture the diverse urban and rural heritage resources of the people of the Western Cape by promoting pride in both tangible and intangible heritage, particularly amongst the previously marginalised communities. Its mission is to establish and maintain an integrated heritage resources management system in the Western Cape in order to ensure the identification, conservation, protection and promotion of heritage resources for all their communities for present and future generations. The Entity’s strategic goals are to protect, conserve and manage the heritage resources of the Western Cape.

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: Adv Mandla Mdludlu Council Members: Ms Emmylou Rabe Bailey, Ms Ceciline Li-Zaan Braaf

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Muller, Ms Katherine Dumbrell, Mr Stuart Edward Hermansen, Mr Graham Jacobs (Chairperson: BELCom), Mr Jason Michael Knight, Mr Ron Anthony Martin, Mr Mandla Mdludlu, Mr Bongani Mgijima CFO: Ms B Rutgers Senior Management: Ms Stephanie Barnardt (Heritage Officer), Ms Khanyisile Bonile (Heritage Officer), Ms Waseefa Dhansay (Assistant Director: Professional Services), Mr Michael Janse van Rensburg (Director), Ms Penelope Meyer (Legal Advisor), Ms Colette Scheermeyer (Deputy Director), Ms Nuraan Vallie (Assistant Director: Admin Support), Mr Jonathan Windvogel (Assistant Director: Town and Regional Planner) Communications Officers: Ms Tania Colyn

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

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

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SALDANHA BAY IDZ LICENCING COMPANY SOC LTD WESTERN CAPE

CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 24 Main Road, Saldanha Bay, 7395 POSTAL: PO Box 304, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 022 714 0206 / 087 095 0261 WEB: www.sbidz.co.za EMAIL: info@sbidz.co.za

OVERVIEW The Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone SOC Ltd (SBIDZ) is the first Special Economic Zone (SEZ) to be located within a port and is the only sector-specific SEZ in South Africa catering specifically to the energy and maritime industries. The Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone Licencing Company SOC Ltd (SBIDZ-LC) was formally awarded an Operator’s Licence on 31 October 2013, marking the formal beginning of its 30-year journey to create a vibrant hub of opportunity, job creation and sustainable growth utilising the SEZ legislation as a catalyst. Its superb location at the southernmost tip of Africa, in the largest and deepest (23m draught) natural port in the southern hemisphere means that it is the perfect place to accommodate and service a wide range of vessels. It is ideally situated to service East and West African sea traffic, providing a linkage point for both African and international markets. The SBIDZ operates as a freeport with streamlined investor procedures supported by its ease of doing business model. It is committed to creating a competitive and profitable zone for industry investors and local businesses and creating sustainable growth for all partners and stakeholders, while ensuring a better future for the community of Saldanha Bay.

OFFICE BEARERS

Senior Management: Ms Benedicta Durcan (Executive: Ease of Doing Business), Mr Patrick Lakabane (Executive: Development Programmes), Ms Danielle Manuel (Executive: Stakeholder Management), Mr Hannes Marais (Executive: Infrastructure), Ms Adinda Preller (Executive: Transaction and Investor Support) Communications Officers: Ms Carla Bagarette

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

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

483 974

536 906

672 215 325 900

666 253

426 284

1 150 227

963 190

998 115

220 599

375 143

251 924 409 092

192 213

130 959

Total Liabilities

737 415

506 102

661 016

Total Net Assets

737 415

457 088

337 099

365 466

197 417

199 767

8 402

1 445

129

357 064

195 973

199 637

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Chairperson: Mr Thembisile Salman Deputy Chairperson: Dr Johann Stegmann Board Members: Ms Kaashifah Beukes (CEO: Executive Member),

Total Expenditure

(85 168)

(77 417)

(134 396)

Employee Costs

(33 742)

(26 036)

(22 139)

280 327

119 990

65 355

Mr Herman Boneschans (CFO: Executive Member), Ms Jacqueline Brown, Mr Irvin Esau, Mr Heinrich Mettler, Mr Justice Ngwenya, Mr Edwin Obiri, Mr John Smelcer CEO: Ms Kaashifah Beukes CFO: Mr Herman Boneschans COO: Mr Douglas Southgate

CASH FLOW

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year Operating Activities

205 269

47 970

38 932

(257 570)

(181 622)

(61 993)

471 860

524 160

657 812

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

54

43

41

Posts Filled

50

37

35

Investing Activities Cash & Equivalents – Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

WESTERN CAPE CULTURAL COMMISSION CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 3rd Floor, Protea Assurance Building, Greenmarket Square, Cape Town, 8001

POSTAL: PO Box 1775, Cape Town, 8001 TEL: 021 483 9713/4 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/public-entity/western-cape-culturalcommission

OVERVIEW The mission of the Western Cape Cultural Commission is to preserve, promote and develop culture in the Western Cape in accordance with legislation, by creating an enabling environment that facilitates the provision of opportunities and access for all in order to reach their full potential. The Commission’s strategic goal is the promotion, development and preservation of arts and culture in the Western Cape in order to contribute towards good governance, social and human capital development, social cohesion, and sustainable economic growth and opportunities.

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Ms Chuma Fani (Chairperson: WCCC) Deputy Chairperson: Mr Zukile Jama Board Members: Ms Petronell Baard, Mr Zoyisile Patrick Fefeza,

Mr Zama Guma, Mr Prince Joko, Ms Madré Loubser (Chairperson: Cultural Council Subcommittee), Mr Geoffrey Mamputa, Mr Thamsanqa Mbongo, Mr Lungelo Nokwaza (Chairperson: Initiation Reference Committee), Mr John Nongalaza, Dr Medee Rall, Ms Elizabeth Ryke, Mr John Witbooi CEO: Ms Chuma Fani (WCCC Accounting Authority on behalf of Commission) CFO: Ms B Rutgers (Public Entities Support) Communications Officers: Ms Tania Colyn, Mr Thandwa Ntshona (WCCC Secretary)

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 provincialgovernment.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

WESTERN CAPE

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

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

R’000

R’000

R’000

3 076

2 993

1 958

-

-

-

3 076

2 993

1 958

1 312

1 183

696

-

-

-

1 312

1 183

696

1 764

1 810

1 262

3 604

5 351

3 830

2 494

3 255

2 101

1 110

2 096

1 729

Total Expenditure

(3 650)

(4 803)

(4 713)

Employee Costs

n/a

n/a

n/a

(46)

548

(883)

Total Net Assets

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

135

920

(1 074)

-

-

-

2 886

2 751

1 831

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Financially Unqualified

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

WESTERN CAPE GAMBLING AND RACING BOARD CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 100 Fairway Close, Parow, Cape Town, 7500 POSTAL: PO Box 8175, Roggebaai, 8012 TEL: 021 480 7400 WEB: www.wcgrb.co.za EMAIL: ceo@wcgrb.co.za

OVERVIEW The mission of the Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board is to control and regulate gambling and racing within the Western Cape in a manner that will provide a stable, just, consistent and effective regulatory environment; inspire public confidence and trust; and ensure that the industry contributes to the economy of the Western Cape in a socially responsible manner. The Board’s strategic goal is to ensure that the Board, in pursuit of its mandate, in respect of gambling industry regulation, designs and utilises its structure, resources and processes for effective, efficient and optimal performance of its duties. The Board regulates gambling in the province to ensure that the industry is free from the criminal element, that the maximum benefit of the licensed activities is achieved, that such activities are fair to patrons, and that vulnerable persons are provided the relevant protection. In reaching these goals the Board will maintain and enhance a credible and well regulated industry that is highly respected both nationally and internationally.

OFFICE BEARERS

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

75 233

88 780

30 682

8 638

3 380

2 995

83 871

92 160

33 677

72 313

85 605

36 506

3 771

3 735

3 627

76 084

89 340

40 133

7 786

2 819

(6 456)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions

84 688

70 944

57 286

42 669

40 094

36 069

42 019

29 850

21 217

Total Expenditure

(66 308)

(61 124)

(57 237)

Employee Costs

(46 563)

(44 156)

(44 843)

18 381

9 820

49 6 769

Chairperson: Mr D Lakay Board Members: Mr T Arendse, Mr C Bassuday, Ms C Fani, Mr RG

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

Nicholls, Ms L Venter

Operating Activities

19 394

8 500

CEO: Mr Primo Abrahams CFO: Ms Zoe Siwa Senior Management: Mrs M Basson (HOD: Licensing), Mr R Bennett

Investing Activities

(6 542)

(1 739)

(957)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

46 060

32 388

29 584

1 555

24

-

2017/18

(HOD: Regulatory Compliance), Mr A Matthews (HOD: Information and Communication Technology), Ms S Sixubane (Manager: Human Resources), Mrs Y Skepu (Manager: Legal Services) Communications Officers: Mr Heinrich Brink (Board Secretariat), Mr Geeva Victor (Senior Officer: Administration and Corporate Governance)

CASH FLOW

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

Posts Approved

74

74

74

Posts Filled

66

69

70

WESTERN CAPE LANGUAGE COMMITTEE CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

PHYSICAL: 3rd Floor, Protea Assurance Building, Greenmarket Square,

The vision of the Western Cape Language Committee is the empowerment of all the people of the Western Cape through language, the enhancement of human dignity through mutual respect for language, and the promotion of multilingualism. The Committee’s mission is to monitor the use of the three official languages of the Western Cape; monitor the implementation of the Western Cape Language Policy; and advise the MEC, tasked with language matters, and the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) on language matters in or affecting the province.

Cape Town, 8001 POSTAL: Private Bag X9067, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 3889 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/public-entity/western-cape-languagecommittee EMAIL: Jane.Moleleki@westerncape.gov.za

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

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OFFICE BEARERS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Chairperson: Mr Nkosikhulule Nyembezi Deputy Chairperson: Mr Kwand Mhkize Board Members: Mr Riaan Baartman, Ms Attah Humphries-Heyns,

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

232

289

280

-

-

-

232

289

280

Current Liabilities

-

-

-

Non-Current Liabilities

-

-

-

-

-

-

232

289

280

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

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

2018/19

2017/18

858

857

785

14

20

18

544

837

767

(915)

(848)

(819)

(57)

9

(34)

(57)

9

(34)

-

-

-

232

289

280

-

-

-

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Clean Audit

Financially Unqualified

Clean Audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Current Assets

14 588

12 700

10 175

Non-Current Assets

15 587

16 412

16 731

30 175

29 112

26 905

10 225

10 555

12 062

3 416

2 830

4 884

Total Liabilities

13 641

13 386

16 947

Total Net Assets

16 535

15 727

9 959

56 367

54 703

46 674

7 374

5 727

3 671

48 993

48 976

43 003

Total Revenue

Ms Genevieve Lentz, Ms Laurian Lesch, Mr Lungelo Nokwaza, Ms Stevlyn Vermeulen CEO: Ms Jane Moleleki CFO: Ms Brenda Rutgers Senior Management: Ms Gadija Abdullatief

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2019/20

Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

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

UIFW EXPENDITURE**

WESTERN CAPE

BOOKMARKS

WESTERN CAPE LIQUOR AUTHORITY CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 3rd Floor, Sunbel Building, 3 Old Paarl Road, Bellville POSTAL: Private Bag X6, Sanlam Hof, Bellville, 7532 TEL: 021 204 9805 / 9700 WEB: www.wcla.gov.za EMAIL: Liquor.Enquiries@wcla.gov.za

OVERVIEW The Western Cape Liquor Authortiy is recognised by the public as leading the reduction of alcohol related harms through effective regulation of the retail sale and micro-manufacturing of liquor in the Western Cape.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL POSITION

Total Assets Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

OFFICE BEARERS Chairperson: Mr Ronald Kingwill Deputy Chairperson: Dr Gregory Grootboom Board Members: Ms Carol-Ann Foulis, Mr Andreas Le Roux, Ms Zuziwe Zantsi CEO: Mr Simion George CFO: Mr Sandiso Gcwabe Senior Management: Ms Rebecca Campbell (Communication, Education and Stakeholder Relations), Mr Marvin Jackson (Corporate Services), Ms Leatitia Petersen (Liquor Licensing Administration), Mr Martell Van Lill (Compliance and Enforcement) Communications Officers: Ms Caylynne Symes (Secretariat: Governing Board)

Total Revenue Exchange Transactions Non-Exchange Transactions Total Expenditure

(55 559)

(48 901)

(45 658)

Employee Costs

(30 255)

(26 697)

(24 802)

808

5 802

1 016

Surplus/(Deficit) for Year

CASH FLOW Operating Activities

4 279

4 868

3 920

Investing Activities

(2 481)

(2 028)

(2 351)

Cash & Equivalents – Year End

12 950

11 019

8 367

4 025

3 838

-

UIFW EXPENDITURE** HUMAN RESOURCES

2019/20

2018/19

2017/18

Posts Approved

62

58

53

Posts Filled

58

53

52

WESTERN CAPE POLICE OMBUDSMAN (WCPO) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: 6th Floor, Waldorf Building, 80 St Georges Mall, Cape Town, 8001

POSTAL: PO Box 5346, Cape Town, 8000 TEL: 021 483 0669 WEB: www.westerncape.gov.za/police-ombudsman EMAIL: ombudsman@wcpo.gov.za

OVERVIEW

OFFICE BEARERS

The mission of the Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO) is to independently investigate and seek to resolve people’s complaints against poor police and metro police service in an impartial manner. The mandate of the WCPO originates from what provinces are entitled to do in terms of the Constitution, namely: monitoring police conduct; overseeing the effectiveness and efficiency of the police service; and promoting good relations between the police and any community.

CEO: Gen Oswald Reddy (Ombudsman) Senior Management: Ms Nadia Arabi (Deputy Director: Head of Office), Ms Deidre Foster (Head of Office), Ms Geraldine Isaacs (Assistant Director: Operations), Ms Abigail Lewis (Assistant Director: Investigations), Mr Zwelenkosi Matwa (Assistant Director: Investigations)

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

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INDEX OF PUBLIC ENTITIES & ADVERTISERS A Agribusiness Development Agency (ADA)

89

Mpumalanga Economic Regulator (MER)

Amafa Heritage AkwaZulu Natali

89

Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT)

C

Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency

Cape Town and Western Cape Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Wesgro)

160

CapeNature

160

Casidra SOC Ltd

161

COEGA Development Corporation (CDC)

39

Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (COHWHS)

70

D Dinokeng Dube TradePort Corporation (DTPC)

71 90

E

119 119 120

N North West Development Corporation SOC Ltd (NWDC)

132

North West Gambling Board

133

North West Parks Board

133

North West Provincial Arts and Cultural Council

134

North West Tourism Board

134

Northern Cape Arts and Culture Council

145

Northern Cape Economic Development, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (NCEDA)

145

Northern Cape Gambling Board

146

East London Industrial Development Zone (ELIDZ)

40

Northern Cape Heritage Resources Authority (NCHRA)

146

Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC)

40

Northern Cape Liquor Board

147

Eastern Cape Gambling Board (ECGB)

41

Northern Cape Tourism Authority

147

Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB)

41

Northwest Transport Investments SOC Ltd (NTI)

135

Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA)

42

R

Eastern Cape Provincial Arts and Culture Council (ECPACC)

43

Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ)

Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency (ECRDA)

43

Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL)

Eastern Cape Socio-Economic Consultative Council (ECSECC)

44

S

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

90

Saldanha Bay IDZ Licencing Company SOC Ltd

F

95 109 163

T

Free State Development Corporation (FDC)

56

Tourism KwaZulu-Natal

96

Free State Gambling, Liquor and Tourism Authority

56

Trade and Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN)

97

G Gateway Airports Authority Limited (GAAL)

W 106

Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP)

72

Gauteng Film Commission (GFC)

73

Gauteng Gambling Board

74

Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA)

74

Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency (GIFA)

75

Western Cape Cultural Commission

163

Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board

164

Western Cape Language Committee

164

Western Cape Liquor Authority

165

Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO)

165

Gauteng Liquor Board

75

Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF)

76

ADVERTISERS

Gauteng Tourism Authority

76

Adapt IT

Gautrain Management Agency (GMA)

77

ARRB Systems

g-FleeT Management

72

Bonakude Consulting

Government Motor Transport

162

H Heritage Western Cape

CaseWare 162

I Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited

91 144

KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission

92

KwaZulu-Natal Gaming and Betting Board

92

KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Authority

93

KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence KZN Growth Fund

Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) South Africa College of Cape Town Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)

K Kalahari Kid Corporation

Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

93 94

Cranefield College Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority (FP&M Seta) Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport g-Fleet Mangement Government Employee Medical Scheme (GEMS)

22 8 24 149 22 4 155 17 168 33 6 6 15

L

Human Resource Development Council of South Africa

19

Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA)

10

107

Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (Inseta)

Limpopo Gambling Board

107

LSF Brokers

49

Limpopo Tourism Agency

108

Magalies Water

122

MNS Attorneys

61

M Mayibuye Transport Corporation (MTC) McGregor Museum

44 144

National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA) National Department of Higher Education and Training

17 155

Mjindi Farming

94

Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority (PSETA)

69

Mmabana Arts, Culture and Sport Foundation

132

UNISA - College of Accounting Sciences

20 49

Moses Kotane Institute

95

University of the Free State (UFS) - Centre for Labour Law

Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency (MEGA)

118

Vodacom

2

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