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ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN 2013/14
ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN 2013/14
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
KEY PROJECTS
KEY PROJECTS
SRSA PROGRAMMES
SRSA PROGRAMMES
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION
PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON
PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON
PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON
PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON
PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON
PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON
PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION
PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION
PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION
PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION
PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION
PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION
PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION
PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION
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1 ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN 2013/14

ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN 2013/14

PRESENTED TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON SPORT & RECREATION 14 May 2012

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2 INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

SRSA tabled its Annual Performance Plan (APP) for the 2013/14 financial year to Parliament in March 2013. The performance indicators captured in the 2013/14 APP are aimed to realise the strategic objectives as outlined in the 2012 2016 Strategic Plan of the Department as well as in the National Sport and Recreation Plan. SRSA will continue to strive towards the actualization of its vision an active and winning nation.

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INTRODUCTION

In terms of active our participation levels as a nation remain relatively low and to address this SRSA will dedicate resources to programmes fostering recreation and mass participation. As a winning nation we certainly have pockets of excellence, as showcased at the 2012 London Olympics, however these come at a high cost. It is broadly acknowledged that we can do better and to this end SRSA will engage stakeholders, including the primary delivery agent, SASCOC), to review the delivery of programmes relating to excellence and high performance.

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4 INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

2013/14 will see SRSA setting the agenda for sport in South Africa. The aim of the Department is to maximize access, development and excellence at all levels of participation in sport and recreation to improve social cohesion, nation building and the quality of life of all South Africans. The vision is confirmed but it is acknowledged that there are gaps when translating the vision into practice and 2013 will see these being addressed.

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The 2013/14 APP is informed by the drafting of the first ever National Sport and Recreation Plan (NSRP) which received Cabinet approval in May 2012. The APP was also developed to ensure that SRSA addresses the strategic direction emanating from the National Development Plan and government priorities. The purpose of the Annual Performance Plan is to operationalise the Strategic Plan.

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6 NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

On 19 February 2013 Ministers Trevor Manuel and Collins Chabane briefed the media on the implementation of the National Development Plan (NDP). It is encouraging to note that recreation and leisure is recognized as a core element in the NDP. Following a thorough scan of the NDP, SRSA ensured that all the sports related issues referred to in the NDP are properly covered in the strategic documents of the department.

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7 NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

The NDP recognises that sport plays an important role in promoting wellness and social cohesion, and treats sport as a cross-cutting issue with education, health and nation building. It is acknowledged that sport and physical education are an integral part of a childs development. The NDP states that the best place to instill changes in lifestyles and behaviour is at school. The NDP also advocates that schools should have access to adequate facilities and urges all schools to be supported to participate in organized sport at local, district, provincial and national levels.

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NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Sport and recreation teaches discipline and it is an integral component of a healthy lifestyle and enables South Africans to share common space. It is clear from the above excerpts from the NDP that sport and recreation play a pivotal role in promoting wellness and social cohesion and that benefits can be derived by both the education and health sectors. The NDP also acknowledges the significant role that sport plays with regards to fostering nation building.

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KEY PROJECTS

Key projects for the 2013/2014 financial year South African Schools National Championships National Indigenous Games Sports Awards Soweto Tennis Open WADA World Conference on Doping in Sport Netball Premier League National Basketball League

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10 SRSA PROGRAMMES

SRSA PROGRAMMES

SRSA will implement the APP through the following budget programmes: Programme 1: Administration Programme 2: Sport Support Services Programme 3: Mass Participation Programme 4: International Relations Programme 5: Facilities Coordination

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11 PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

In evaluating the Human Resources required to implement the NSRP it was evident that the current structure of SRSA was totally inadequate and inappropriate in some areas. The new structure is finalised and job evaluations of all proposed posts were completed and submitted to the DPSA. The organisational review of the Department is high on the agenda for the 2013/14 financial year. The Review is be informed by the strategic imperatives as captured in the Strategic Plan and the National Development Plan.

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PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

The process to address the existing space challenges imposed by the current building which SRSA is occupying will be addressed through a detailed needs analysis and scoping exercise where staff will be asked to provide inputs. Growth projections along a 20 year timeline and migration plans will be drafted. It is imperative that the new location include space for a Sports House to ease the current administrative burden experienced by the smaller national federations. A non-financial staff incentive scheme, the Green Stars has been introduced to recognise and reward staff delivering work of an exceptional standard.

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PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

Sub-programme: Legislation Acts National Sport and Recreation Act, 1998 (Act No. 110 of 1998 as amended). Following the adoption of the NSRP, amendments to this Act need to be considered. South African Boxing Act, 2001 (Act No. 11 of 2001). This Act will be repealed following the promulgation of the SA Combat Sport Bill. Safety at Sports and Recreational Events Act, 2010 (Act No. 2 of 2010). South African Institute for Drug-free Sport Act, 1997 (Act No. 10 of 1997 as amended).

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PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

Bills envisaged to be promulgated in 2014: South African Combat Sport Bill, 2013 Fitness Industry Bill, 2013 Regulations Recognition of Sport and Recreation Bodies Regulations, 2010. Bidding and Hosting of International Sport and Recreational Events Regulations, 2010 Regulations to be promulgated in 2013: Funding of Sport or Recreational Bodies Regulations. Safety at Sport and Recreational Events (SASREA) Regulations.

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PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

Sub-programme: Communication Innovative methods to revive the Your Sport publication have begun. The popular magazine informs the public about the work of SRSA and creates an awareness of the role of government in sport. In terms of promotional mascots, the Takuma mascot will be deployed to promote the 2014 African Nations Championships while the 2013 World Conference on Doping in Sport will be profiled with the use of the Hagozonke mascot. The Shingo mascot and related branded merchandise will be produced in 2013 and marketed to school children.

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PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

Sub-programme: Communication A further idea to attract the youth to participate will be the introduction of the sports bus. The sports bus, which will have a retro bus look, will work on a similar basis to the old fashioned ice-cream van that attracts people with an easily identifiable tune. Exceptional athletes, coaches, administrators and technical officials have the opportunity to be profiled in the little green book, the second edition of which will be produced in July 2013.

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PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

Sub-programme: Communication Selected athletes will be publically acknowledged at the prestigious South African Sports Awards in November 2013. In an effort to further recognize our sporting greats, preliminary engagements will commence to 2013 to investigate the feasibility of establishing a National Sport Hall of Fame. A project to research and document the history of sport in the country was successfully initiated during April 2013.

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18 PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

Sub-programme: Communication One of the programmes benefitting from the Andrew Mlangeni golf development day is the green jacket programme, which was established in 2011 to recognize men and women who have excelled in sport either as players or officials. An inaugural ministerial golf day will be hosted in October 2013 to provide a platform to interact with stakeholders, donors and potential corporate sponsors for the sector. A client satisfaction survey assessing the efficiency and effectiveness of SRSA will be conducted in 2013.

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19 PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

Financial support to NFs in future according to Grant Framework with two tiers: guaranteed funding and conditional funding. SRSA will also prioritize federations and ensure that prioritized federations are capacitated to optimally deliver their programmes. A netball premier league (NPL) will be launched in 2013. The national basketball league (NBL), will commence in September 2013. In 2013 tennis is earmarked to benefit from additional support with the revival of the Soweto Tennis Open.

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20 PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

Support will be rendered to Boxing SA and efforts will be made to assist the entity to obtain a clean audit. A Boxing Indaba will be hosted in June 2013. SRSA will continue to support the Sports Trust whose primary focus is on assisting communities by providing them with equipment, facilities and other resources. In 2013/2014 SRSA will explore the establishment of the Thabang Lebese Player Benefit Programme to assist indigent athletes with their identified social and insurance needs.

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21 PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

The baseline of transformation in SA sport needs to be determined and the EPG will fast-track this. SRSA will conduct an audit of clubs. A system to classify and grade clubs will be developed and club support and development will be offered on the basis of an amended franchise system. Key deliverables for 2013 will include the production of a club toolkit. SRSA will assist identified federations to develop sport specific training programmes that can be accredited by CATHSSETA.

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22 PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

A talent identification and development strategy will be developed and implemented in conjunction with a holistic academy system. Assistance will be provided to support the Doctor Khumalo Football Academy where talented young stars can be groomed for excellence. The Defence Force, Police and Correctional Services will be approached to investigate the possibility of talented athletes being supported by their respective infrastructure. Operation Victory Lap will be initiated in partnership with the SANDF.

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23 PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

Programmes catering for the specific needs of the sport and recreation sector will be supported by a comprehensive research and development programme. Students benefitting from the Post Graduate Development Programme (PDP) in sport science will be supported to assist them with their studies. The department will work with SASCOC in ensuring that the athletes that succeed at a national competition level are supported to develop into elite athletes.

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24 PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

The delivery of SASReCON needs to be improved and the conference will be marketed to a broader group of potential participants. The Department of Health has drafted a bill on alcohol advertising. SRSA will commission research to measure what the impact of this act will be on sport and recreation. The Think Sport journal provides a platform for intellectual debate and the second edition coupled with a seminar will be produced in September 2013.

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25 PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

PROGRAMME 2: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

SRSA together with the City of Johannesburg will be hosting the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) conference, the World Conference on Doping in Sport, from 12-15 November 2013 and the spin-offs from this need to be capitalized upon and integrated into sustainable programmes. SRSA will continue to support the South African Institute for Drug Free Sport (SAIDS) and the Bloemfontein laboratory to ensure that compliance to the WADA code is adhered to.

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26 PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

The Ministerial Advisory Committee on Recreation will assist SRSA to actualise the essence of recreation. Cycling will be used to promote non motorized transport. Initiatives in this regard will engage with the Barry Stander Foundation and SA Cycling. A new initiative in 2013 will be support of the Move for Health Day which is an international event created in 2002 by the World Health Organization to promote physical activity.

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27 PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

SRSA will fund loveLife, but the funding will be aligned with the objectives of the NSRP and SRSA. SRSA will assist the provincial departments to ensure that the delivery of the 2013 National Youth Camp, held in all nine provinces and scheduled for 23-27 September 2013, is a success. The national sport volunteer corps programme was successfully launched in 2012. Registration started in 2012 and this needs to be sustained to enable deployment by 2014.

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28 PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

The Indigenous Games will be re-positioned as a family festival in September 2013 with a vibrant carnival atmosphere. The Golden Games will continue to include competitive events for older persons. The Big Walk will be staged again on 4 October 2013 encouraging participation in physical activity. Within the public sector an inter-departmental league will be formally established in August 2013.

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PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

Modified sport will assist to introduce new participants to sport in a simplified manner with the focus on fun and enjoyment rather than rules and competition. Sport for Social Change and Development will be repackaged and expanded and sport will be used as a vehicle to catalyze change in key areas. In addressing the priority of rural development the department will support a rural sport improvement programme under the guidance of the National House of Traditional Leaders.

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30 PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

The Andrew Mlangeni golf development day will be held again in September 2013 to expose amateur golfers to a professional tournament. Funds raised from the SA Sports Awards will be channeled into the Andrew Mlangeni Chapter based in Soweto and will provide young and aspiring golfers the opportunity to receive professional coaching. The inaugural Nelson Mandela Sports Day will be launched in June 2013 in partnership with the SA Rugby Union and the SA Football Association.

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31 PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

PROGRAMME 3: MASS PARTICIPATION

The inter-schools league will again take place in 2013 leading to the SA Schools National Championships. The championship will be assertively marketed to raise the profile of the event. Initiatives are underway to establish a ministerial sports bursary to offer talented children an opportunity to study at sport focus schools. The management of the mass participation conditional grant requires particular attention. Compliance from the provinces has generally been poor and categories so broad that they were open to different interpretations.

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32 PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON

PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON

An international relations strategy, with a roll-out plan, will be drafted during 2013. Various bilateral exchanges are envisaged for 2013. SA is playing a leading role in projects of global importance as reflected in the international agreements with UNESCO, the UN Sport for Development and Peace International Working Group; IADA and WADA amongst others. SA will continue to support the full integration of the Supreme Council for Sport in Africa into the African Union structures.

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PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON

Selected national & international sporting events, exhibitions or conferences will continue be used to showcase SA as a sports tourism destination. The Department will commence with the preliminary preparations for hosting Ekhaya at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Institutional and intra-governmental support will be provided to approved events to ensure that they are successfully hosted.

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PROGRAMME 4: INTERNATIONAL LIAISON

The AFCON 2013 Championship close out report will be presented to Cabinet and distributed in 2013. Preparations for the Confederation of African Football African Nations Championship (CHAN), to take place in South Africa in 2014, will intensify. International travel for sports people, including SRSA officials, will continue to be supported by facilitating requests for assistance in acquiring visas and passports.

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35 PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION

PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION

A national facilities plan and a Geographical Information System (GIS) need to be developed to assist with a database on facilities and the development of the plan. This will be preceded by a comprehensive audit of all existing facilities where facilities will be graded and classified. A grading and classification framework will be used to inform the updating of the current facility norms and standards which will be gazetted to ensure compliance.

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PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION

The Andrew Mlangeni community golf course development programme will assist to develop golf courses in communities, particularly previously disadvantaged communities, as part of the golf development programme. The department will initiate the development and/or refurbishment of childrens play parks by facilitating discussions between the relevant municipalities and organizations. SRSA will ascertain how the 2010 stadia are being maintained and used and will produce two status reports per year.

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PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION

The department will work with the COGTA, SALGA and municipalities, to maximise the use of the portion of MIG earmarked for building sport facilities. The possibility of transferring the 15% ring-fenced grant from MIG to the budget of SRSA will receive urgent attention. To encourage participation the department will appeal for the delivery of community gyms by municipalities, that can be used in open spaces within communities.

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PROGRAMME 5: FACILITIES COORDINATION

Boxers and other athletes in the Eastern Cape have been identified to be among those who should benefit from the provision of a large and more accessible gym that will cater for boxing and other sports. SRSA and the German Development Bank (KfW) will continue with the roll-out of the programme Youth Development against Violence through Sport (YDVS). The overall objective of the YDVS programme is to use ball sport, specifically football, as a catalyst for transmitting life skills to children and youth in order to reduce violence and other social ills.

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39 Ke ya leboga Ke a leboha Ke a leboga Ngiyabonga Ndiyabulela

Ke ya leboga Ke a leboha Ke a leboga Ngiyabonga Ndiyabulela

Ngiyathokoza Ngiyabonga Inkomu Ndi khou livhuha Thank you Dankie

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