11 Medium Term Strategic Framework 2009 - 2012 PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON TRADE AND INDUSTRY 17 June 2009.
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*Medium Term Strategic Framework2009 - 2012PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON TRADE AND INDUSTRY17 June 2009
*CONTENTSthe dtis Vision, Mission & Strategic ObjectivesOverview of the EconomyOverview of the dti Strategy Key InterventionsAllocated resourcesMonitoring, Evaluation and ReportingChallengesAnnexureAdditional information on institutional mechanismsDelegations DetailsAbbreviations2009 - 2012 MTSF
VISIONThe Department of Trade and Industrys vision is of a South Africa that has a vibrant economy, characterised by growth, employment and equity, built on the full potential of all citizens. To this end the dti seeks to be an outwardly focussed, customer-centric organisation.2009 - 2012 MTSF
MISSIONProvide leadership to the SA economy through its understanding of the economy, its ability to identify economic opportunities and potential, and its contribution to governments economic priorities.
Act as a catalyst for the transformation and development of the economy and respond to the challenges and opportunities of the economic citizens, in order to support the government's economic goals of growth, employment and equity to support the governments strategic objectives.
Provide a predictable, competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment for investment, enterprise and trade.2009 - 2012 MTSF
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVESPromoting the co-ordinated and accelerated implementation of the governments economic vision and priorities;
Promoting direct investment and growth in the industrial and services economy, with particular focus on employment creation;
Raising the level of exports and promoting equitable global trade;
Promoting broader participation, equity and redress in the economy; and
Contributing to Africas development and regional integration within the New Partnership for African Development (NEPAD).2009-2012 MTSF
*OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMYthe dtis Challenges and Response2009-2012 MTSF
*The current economic environment is shaped overwhelmingly by the prevailing global economic crisis. While the crisis first appeared in the financial sector, it has now become a deep real economy and jobs crisis, which threatens to severely damage economies in the developed and developing worldDomestic economy is in recession GDP contracted by 6.4% in Q1 2009The crisis threatens South Africas industrial base: -Manufacturing production decreased by 11,7% in March 09 - 23 of 39 industrial subsectors experienced output declines, including in basic steel products (-24,1%), autos (-26.8%), chemicals (-8,8%)OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMY2009 - 2012 MTSF
*Labour-intensive sectors (wood products, leather and clothing & textiles) also declinedFeb09: manufacturing capacity utilisation dropped from 84,6% to 78,6%Mining production decreased by 12.8% in March 2009. The decline was driven by PGM (-17,1%) and diamonds (-52,2%)Company liquidations in Q1 2009 increased by 46,7% (from 687 to 1008) and Quarterly Labour Force Survey indicated that a total of 208 000 South Africans lost their jobs between Q1 2009 and Q1 2008OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMY2009-2012 MTSF
*On February 19 2009, government and social partners in Nedlac agreed on a Framework for SAs response to the international crisisThe framework outlines bold, immediate and urgent interventions to ensure that the South African economy and society are buffered against the full impact of the international economic crisis. These include:Maintaining high levels of public investment in infrastructure to support private and public job preservation and creation Deploying macroeconomic policies in combination and aggressively, where required, to address the economic crisis OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMYResponse to the Crisis2009 - 2012 MTSF
Utilising industrial and trade policies to rebuild local industrial capacity and avoid the erosion of the country's manufacturing baseUtilising a combination of measures on public employment, private sector initiatives, including training, to avoid massive job loses Scaling up social interventions to address the jobs challenge and ensure social protection
OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMYResponse to the Crisis2009-2012 MTSF
OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMYthe dti response to the crisisTo contribute toward an effective response to the global economic crisis the dti in collaboration with stakeholders will pay focused attention on:Improving access to finance; Addressing under invoicing, dumping and illegal imports; Leveraging the capital expenditure programme and broader government procurement to stimulate demand and support the local manufacturing base; Improving competitiveness of local industries by intensifying awareness campaigns on the suit of incentives the department currently has on offer; as well as strengthening the fight against cartels;Addressing growing global protectionism through active participation in trade negotiations; andPromoting diversification of South Africas exports markets to emerging economies which are still recording positive growth and are forecast to recover earlier from the crisis.2009-2012 MTSF
IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ECONOMIC SECTORS AND EMPLOYMENT CLUSTERSThe Cabinet lekgotla of May 2009 endorsed a bold economic vision, which aims to stabilize and set the economy on a new employment creating growth pathThis vision will be translated into a concrete programme which combines short term measures with longer term structural interventions to transform the economy. The interventions will include linking:Defensive measures aimed to protect our economy and society in the face of the economic crisis. The cluster, together with our social partners, need to urgently expedite implementation of the framework agreementTransformative measures to deal with the long standing structural economic problemsIn addition, the cluster will strengthen coordination and policy coherence across government, between departments, and with state institutions & SOEs by identifying and leveraging synergies2009-2012 MTSF
*Overview of the dtis strategy
Key interventions over the MTSF period2009-2012 MTSF
*KEY INTERVENTIONSThe work of the dti is organised in terms of the following themes:-Industrial development;Trade, Investment and Exports;Broadening participation;Regulation, andAdministration and co-ordination2009 - 2012 MTSF
*KEY INTERVENTIONSINDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT2009 - 2012 MTSFGrow and diversify manufacturing and tradable services by facilitating and monitoring the implementation of the industrial policy action plan over the next 3 years.Foster an enabling environment for industrial upgrading and support for sustainable development by developing and implementing a technical infrastructure strategy (including standards, quality, assurance, accreditation and metrology.Strengthen regional industrial development and cooperation by collaborating with regional economic communities to harmonise business laws and develop strategies on continental norms for agricultural, industrial and environmental standards.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSINDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT2009 - 2012 MTSFProvide incentives to support, enterprise development, competitiveness, investment, job creation and exportsAmend rules to accommodate approved firms in distressImprove administrative efficiency and improve turnaround times on project approvals and claims payments.Make administrative requirements for incentives more user friendly Implement a monitoring and evaluation system to: Assess the impact of incentives. Continuously evaluate alignment with NIPF priorities.Review industrial financing policy frameworkDevelop new institutional and governance framework for IDZsDevelop financing model for IDZs
*KEY INTERVENTIONSINDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT2009 - 2012 MTSFAssist & support 17 062 companies by providing incentives through the following programmes:Export market and investment assistance programmeBusiness process out-sourcing and off-shoringBlack business supplier development programmeEnterprise development programmeEnterprise investment programmeCo-operatives incentive schemeCritical infrastructure programmeTax incentiveAttract 43 new foreign investors with investment value of R21,5b and the creation of 8 600 jobs to the Coega Industrial Development Zone over the next three years
*KEY INTERVENTIONSINDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT2009 - 2012 MTSFAttract 18 new foreign investors with investment value of R900m and the creation of 1 296 jobs to the East London Industrial Development Zone over the next three yearsAttract 13 new foreign investors with investment value of R6,1bn and the creation of 1 275 jobs to the Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone over the next three yearsSupport investment of R35.72bn in new and expansion projects through enterprise investment programmeSupport investment of R16 bn. in new and expansion projects through Tax Incentives over the next three yearsSupport 53 projects through the tax incentives over the next three years
*KEY INTERVENTIONSINDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT2009 - 2012 MTSFSupport investment of R12.2.bn in new and expansion projects through Automotive Investment Allowance over the next three yearsProvide critical infrastructure for new investment through the Critical Infrastructure progamme over the next 3 years:42 new projectsR21bn new investment 8 650 new jobs createdProvide incentives for the creation of 52 040 direct jobs over the next three years through the Enterprise Investment progamme and Business process outsourcing and off-shoring.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSINDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT2009 - 2012 MTSFSupport industrial development in South Africa and retain a total of 20 000 direct jobs by 2012 by leveraging government procurement through the national industrial participation programmeRespond to the impact of climate change by developing and implementing and industrial climate change response plan and launching cleaner production initiatives involving at least 110 companies by 2012.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSTRADE, INVESTMENT & EXPORTS2009 - 2012 MTSFManage South Africas integration to global economy to explicitly support industrial development objectives and create conditions to facilitate export of higher value added goodsAssess these strategies in light of global economic crisis, growing protectionist pressures, national and global responsesIntensify work programme to deepen links with dynamic and still growing economies of the South China, India, BrazilConsolidate trade and investment relations with countries of the North (sources of investment, trade, technology) including through continued engagement with EU under the TDCA/EPA and with the US under AGOAEnsure compliance with international non-proliferation treaties by monitoring production and trade in relevant industries.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSTRADE, INVESTMENT & EXPORTS2009 - 2012 MTSFConclude 6 bilateral trade and investment agreements and MoUs per year over the MTEF periodStrengthen continental integration and development through negotiated frameworks in the AU and NEPADSupport development in Africa at bilateral level by building investment, trade and infrastructure programmes, including Spatial Development Initiatives (SDIs)Continued importance of regional markets and integration, but we need to rationalise integration agenda in SADC around FTA and in SACU due to EPA Develop and implement work programme for strengthened economic links under ANSA Framework (Angola, Namibia and South Africa) built on SDIs
*KEY INTERVENTIONSTRADE, INVESTMENT & EXPORTS2009 - 2012 MTSFAdvance a developmental outcome in the Doha Round to protect industrial and employment objectivesConclude PTA negotiations with IndiaDevelop and advance national positions on Trilateral FTA with SADC-EAC-COMESAOversee ITAC management of South Africas tariff regime (tariffs, trade remedies, import and export controls, and duty credit certificates)Conclude trade and investment policy reviewsPromote awareness of investment opportunities in South Africa by conducting 3 international invest. conferences, 95 invest. presentations, 3 Invest. Pavilions, 1 local invest. conference and 5 ministerial or presidential missions, 4 technical missions, 20 inbound missions, 12 outbound missions by March 2010.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSTRADE, INVESTMENT & EXPORTS2009 - 2012 MTSFImprove the capacity of new exporters by training 200 new small exporters, reaching 2 000 customers and distributing 3 000 publications by March 2010.Promote South African products in targeted high growth market by conducting 6 international trade initiatives and 18 pavilions, and fund 50 trade missions amongst other through export council and provincial investment promotion agencies by March 2010.Facilitate markets for Southern African products and services by promoting and implanting 6 export projects in high yield targeted countries by March 2010. Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC)Underwrite new capital goods and services export projects to the value of R1 billionEffectively risk manage the existing portfolio of export credit exposure in the wake of the international financial crisisDevelop a new product for small transactions
*KEY INTERVENTIONSTRADE, INVESTMENT & EXPORTS2009 - 2012 MTSFInternational Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC)Renewal and positioning for continued relevance in a dynamic trade and industrial policy environment throughUtilisation of its accumulated institutional knowledge from product specific investigations & thus delivering policy inputs and technical advice on trade and industrial policy matters in respect of its instruments; andDeeper collaboration with the dti on sectoral strategiesProactive tariff investigationsRevised turnaround times for investigations9 months for trade remedy investigations down from 12 months previously; and6 months for tariff investigations down from 12 months previouslyITAC also embarked on a review of the International Trade Administration Act and Regulations to improve its efficiency and effectiveness.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSBROADENING PARTICIPATION2009 - 2012 MTSFForster the growth of SMMEs and cooperatives by creating an enabling environment and overseeing the support provided by agencies such as Khula, the Small Enterprise Development Agency and the South African Micro-finance Apex Fund to increase the number of SMMEs (currently 2 million) and cooperatives, (17 000 registered, but many more informal, including an estimated 800 000 stokvels) and their contribution to GDP from 40 percent to 45 percent over the next 5 years.Facilitate access to government procurement opportunities by SMMEs and cooperatives through overseeing the implementation of the 10 approved products over the MTEF period, thereby increasing the number of SMMEs and cooperatives from which government procedures, subject to a minimum of 85 percent of their procurement expenditure benefiting SMMEs and cooperatives through the 10 products
*KEY INTERVENTIONSBROADENING PARTICIPATION2009 - 2012 MTSFFacilitate the increased participation of black people in business and business transactions through promoting empowerment and equity policies by facilitating the effective implementation of BBBEE holistically including Sector Charters. National Empowerment Fund (NEF)Total investment target => 2009/10 R490m, 2010/11 R660m, 2011/12 - R920mNumber of total investment target => 2009/10 67, 2010/11 103, 2011/12 151Corporate Fund (excluding share warehousing proposal)Value of deals (Rm) => 2009/10 350, 2010/11 450, 2011/12 600Volumes of deals => 2009/10 15, 2010/11 20, 2011/12 25Imbewu Fund Value of deals (Rm) = 2009/10 100, 2010/11 150, 2011/12 200Volume of Deals (R m) = 2009/10 50, 2010/11 80, 2011/12 120
*KEY INTERVENTIONSBROADENING PARTICIPATION2009 - 2012 MTSFNEF cont.Development FUNDValue of deals (Rm) => 2009/10 40, 2010/11 60, 2011/12 120Volume of Deals (R m) => 2009/10 2, 2010/11 3, 2011/12 6South African Micro-Fund Apex Fund (SAMAF)Number of Financial Intermediaries to be funded =>2009/10 9 491, 2010/11 10 440, 2011/12 11 484Number of clientsBorrowers (micro-entrepreneurs) = 2009/10 56 759, 2010/11 67 199, 2011/12 78 683Savers (micro-deposits) = 2009/10 22 050, 2010/11 22 200, 2011/12 22 500Total value of loans to be disbursed to micro finance entrepreneurs => 2009/10 R63 m, 2010/11 R66 m, 2011/12 R69 mTotal value of savings book =>2009/10 R5.2 m, 2010/11 R7.9 m, 2011/12 R10.8 mNumber of jobs created (borrowers) => 2009/10 56 759, 2010/11 67 199, 2011/12 78 683
*KEY INTERVENTIONSBROADENING PARTICIPATION2009 - 2012 MTSFSmall Enterprise Development Agency (seda)New clients to be attracted= 120,000New clients to be registered= 48,000Clients working with (old & new)= 22,000For Seda Technology Programme the targets for FY 09/10 are:Number of smmes to be established= 90Number of smmes to be supported= 200Number of clients to be supported= 483% Black owned businesses to be supported= 73%% Women owned businesses to be supported= 24%Number of direct jobs to be created=834The planned outputs for THRIP for the FY 09/10 are:Support 310 enterprises which comprises of 205 SMMEs and 89 BEE enterprises. The grant value is R 160 m.SPII has target of supporting 80 enterprises in 2009/10 to the grant value of R75m, 94% of these being SMMEs
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFIncrease access to economic opportunities for historically disadvantaged individuals by overseeing the departments 9 regulating entities.Improve investors confidence and certainty in South Africa business regulation by:establishing the Companies Commission, to enforce and implement the newly signed Companies Act which seeks, among others, to introduce corporate governance culture in companies & reduce regulatory burden on SMMEs.establishing the National Consumer Commission, to implement the newly signed Consumer Protection Act and enforce consumer rights contained in the Act.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFintroducing the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment Act and publishing a policy document on intellectual property reform for public comment in 2009/10, which aims to align and harmonize IP Laws and national policies related to IP.developing regulations in terms of the Companies Act of 2008 and the Consumer Protection Bill.Promote competitive and socially responsible business by:implementing amendments to the Competition Act (1998) by developing regulations which will strengthen cartel enforcement & empower Competition Authorities to proactively investigate markets to ensure market transparency.reviewing the Lotteries Act (1997) which regulates distribution of lottery funds; & the Estate Agency Affairs Act (1976) which mainly regulates estate agents activities in order to protect consumers.finalise regulations necessary for implementation of the Interactive Gambling Amendment Act of 2008.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFCompetition CommissionTimeous investigation of mergersConduct economic research into specific sectors ie. infrastructure/ construction, intermediate industrial products, food & bankingInfluence policy & legislation on all bills with major competition impactExpeditious & effective prosecution of firms that contravene the Act 6 complex complaint prosecutionsCompetition TribunalLarge Mergers Hearing set down within 10 business days of notification; Order issued within 10 business days of hearing; Written reasons for decision provided within 20 business days of hearingIntermediate Mergers Hearing/ pre hearing set within 10 business days of notification; Order/ decision issued within 10 business days of hearing/ pre hearing; Written reasons for order/ decision issued within 20 business days of hearing/ pre hearing
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFCompetition Tribunal cont.Procedural matters Hearing/ pre hearing set down within 20 business days of close of pleading; Order/ decision issued within 20 business days of hearing; Written reasons for order/ decision given within 10 business days of order/ decision being issuedRestrictive practices Pre hearing conference set down within 20 business days of close of pleadings; Order and reasons for decision issued within 60 business days of hearingAppeal Hearing by the Competition Appeal Court Appeals/ reviews received within 15 business days of order being issued by TribunalNational Lotteries BoardImprove regulation of the Lottery Explore 2010 opportunities - number of additional Games and attributable increase in revenue.Improve legislation Amendments drafted Improve NLDTF Distribution (Customer Service)Termination of Illegal Lotteries/CompetitionsImprove PublicityEstablish Regional Presence
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFNational Gambling Board (NGB)Monitoring of licensees to ensure compliance with legislation and license conditionsPublic education to minimise negative impact of gambling on the society Review of implementation of Limited Payout Machines (LPM) policy Accept Regulators to have level 2 of B-BBEE codes by 2015 and the emphasis will be on development of local and SMME suppliers and local skills development and management levelsNGB as a FICA supervisory body for the gambling industry will be introducing new controls and monitoring mechanisms to the industry to implement recommendations from the Financial Action Task Force following peer review of RSA on FIC mattersThe 2009/10 is the first year that NGB would have implanted all national data base systems ( probity, information sharing, central monitoring of LPM registry & self exclusion) Review National Gambling Act provide for regulation through oversight of the operations of horse racing to ensure accountability of public funds expended.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFNational Consumer Regulator182 new credit providers to be registered by March 2010300 additional Debt Counsellors to be registeredRegistration process to be finalised within 2 weeks of receipt of accepted condition of registrationEstablish National Register of Credit Agreements Consumer education increase national awareness of specific protective measures contained in the National Credit ActNational Consumer TribunalProfiling the Tribunal as an accessible adjudicator on consumer and credit matters 10% increase in the matters filed with the TribunalEnsuring a consistent and coherent application of the National Credit Act and National Consumer Protection Act Adjudication on matters brought before the Tribunal to fulfil the Tribunals mandate 100% of cases to be adjudicated
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFNational Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA)Ensure accurate measurement to selected Industry sectors, thus enabling increased trade: Chemicals, Downstream minerals beneficiation, AgricultureProvide Accurate Measurement for Issues of National Importance: Water Analysis, Food health, Medical/pathology, Irradiation, Cancer treatment, Automotive and other major manufacture exports, Fruit, meat and other agro exportsExpand accurate measurement support to SMEs Provide measurement training in partnership with SEDA Provide advance measurement support to SME that exportsProvide metrology services to SADC and other Regions in AfricaThe estimated contributions to support of SMEs over the period are: => 2009/10 -18, 2010/11 25, 2011/12 30, 2012/13 34 The NMISA supports over 1200 accredited facilities in South Africa through the provision of measurement traceability. This is expected to increase to over 3000 by 2012
KEY INTERVENTIONSSouth African National Accreditation System (SANAS)Increase in the number of regulators relying on SANAS accreditation as a criteria for decision making Assist 5 government departments on conformity assessment requirementProvide 60 training courses on the standard ISO 17021 for Certification Bodies to certify organisations and ISO17025 for laboratories, including those identified in the National Industrial Policy Framework (NIPF) priority100% compliance with the requirements of ISO//IEC 17011 standard as well as the ILAC and IAF additional requirements 100% inputs to be provided into the relevant international standards and procedures applicable to accreditation
South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)Host the 2009 ISO general assemblyLaunch of new venture in china in 2009Modernise laboratory infrastructure Implement graduate development programme for 2009/2010Establish government advisory forum and other industry sector forumsREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSF
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFCompanies and Intellectual Property Registration Office (CIPRO)Implementation of new relevant legislative changesCIPRO as CommissionEstablishment and entrenchment of enterprise governanceEnterprise ArchitectureEstablishment and ensuring a broad geographical access to CIPRO serviceDecentralization Provision of value-added effective & efficient service deliveryEnterprise Content ManagementE-AdministrationFraud PreventionIn-House RegistryMove to new building
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFEstate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB)Customer Services StrategyEffective, efficient and timeous issue of renewal certificatesRaising the profile of the estate agency profession through raising the qualification standards of estate agents Retention Strategy Estate AgentsFacilitate the ongoing renewal, and retention, of fidelity fund certificates by estate agentsStakeholder Awareness StrategyEmpower the consumer through consumer education campaigns to understand the real estate transaction and the role and functions of the registered estate agents;Risk ManagementEstablishment of an inspectorate capability to carry out inspections to ensure compliance to the Act Maintaining the solvency of the Fidelity Fund; Transformation strategy of EAABContinued support to transform the profession through education programs and support of Estate Agents Transformation Charter
*KEY INTERVENTIONSREGULATION2009 - 2012 MTSFNational Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) Effectively and efficiently administer compulsory specifications:-Market surveillanceAdministration of directivesStakeholder communicationRecommendation of compulsory specifications to the MinisterPre-market approvalsInternational LiaisonEffectively and Efficiently administer technical regulations Legal Metrology:Market SurveillanceInstrument verificationsType approvalAdministration of Building RegulationsDisputes resolutionReview board administrationBuilding inspections Administration of regulations
*KEY INTERVENTIONSADMINISTRATION AND CO-ORDINATION
2009 - 2012 MTSFThe Communication and Marketing Division aims to increase awareness, facilitate access, and promote the dtis offerings for economic growth, equity and employment creation, through synergised, customised and multi-pronged communication strategies and processes.Amidst an ever-changing external environment and increased pressures placed on national government, the Division seeks to reinforce positive sentiment on the dtis trade and industrial incentives.the focus will remain on closing the rift between the first and second economies, via customised, consultative and targeted integrated communication strategies.
*KEY INTERVENTIONSADMINISTRATION AND CO-ORDINATION
2009 - 2012 MTSFAttract, develop & retain professional and skilled officials:Implementation of Human Resource Development Strategy Implementation of Human Resource Retention Strategy;Implementation of the reviewed Performance Management SystemReduction in the vacancy and staff turnover ratesImplement transformation through employment equity and broad based black economic empowerment:More people with disability appointedImplementation of the Disability Management StrategyMore women appointed in senior management positionsAccelerated training and development programmes for womenMore HDIs empowered through procurement spend
*KEY INTERVENTIONSADMINISTRATION AND CO-ORDINATION
2009 - 2012 MTSFEnsure value adding business resource management that enhances efficiency:Information Security StrategyMaster Information System PlanOffice Space Planning StrategyStrengthen the dtis corporate governance:Fraud Prevention PlanSMS & MMS training on corporate & enterprise risk management
*Allocated resources2009 - 2012 MTSF
*MTEF BUDGET2009 - 2012 MTSF
2009/102010/112011/12R000R000R000P1: Admin.420 858444 514449 925P2: ITED173 571183 288182 355P3:EED1 307 854979 7231 050 146P4: ID414 586634 069597 448P5: CCRD238 595264 990287 773P5: TEO3 439 9832 868 8453 034 008P6: TISA283 051302 726323 068P7: Comm & Market.65 72474 83279 046TOTAL6 344 1925 752 9876 003 769
*ANALYSIS OF CURRENT MTEFOn average, the allocation of the budget over the MTEF period is as follows:
7,8% to compensation9,4% to goods and services20,4% to agencies61,0% to incentive payments 1% to capital payments
2009 - 2012 MTSF
*FIVE YEAR COMPARISON OF BUDGET VS EXPENDITURE2009 - 2012 MTSF
International Trade Development94,546
Enterprise & Industry Development965,895
Consumer & Corporate Regulation120,412
The Enterprise Organisation775,468
Trade & Investment South Africa466,857
the dti Budget Breakdown per Programme
Budget vs Expenditure
Budget vs Expenditure
*MONITORING, EVALUATION AND REPORTINGMonitoring, Evaluation and Reporting to take place by a combination of internal structures, as well as Cabinet and Parliament.Executive Board (EXBO) will oversee planning, monitoring and reporting processes, to ensure quality and accountability.Planning and prioritisation at the dti are informed by bi-annual Cabinet Makgotla. Agreements made in other forums, such as NEDLAC, inform the implementation agenda.Divisions jointly and separately responsible for timely delivery of products or outputs. Emphasis on joint implementation, inclusive of COTII and Economic cluster.
2009 - 2012 MTSF
*CHALLENGESChallenges are to enhance the impact of the dti through ensuring Effective programme & project performance; Stronger strategic & operational management;Greater integration of work, including that of agencies;Adequate financial resources for extensive dti programmes;HR challenge of recruitment, retention and development; andImproved cluster co-ordination2009 - 2012 MTSF
*ANNEXURE: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS2009-2012 MTSF
*INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTSProgramme 1: AdministrationProvide strategic leadership to the department and its agencies, and facilitate the successful implementation of the department's mandate through sustainable and integrated resource solutions and services that are customer centric.
Programme 2: International Trade and Economic DevelopmentProvide leadership on trade policy in South Africa to promote economic development by: 1. working to build an equitable multilateral trading system that facilitates development, 2. strengthening trade and investment links with key economies, and 3. fostering African development including through regional and continental integration, and development cooperation in line with NEPAD.2009-2012 MTSF
*INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTSProgramme 3: Empowerment and Enterprise DevelopmentProvide leadership in the development of policies and strategies that create an enabling environment for small, micro and medium enterprises, including cooperatives as well as enhance the competitiveness of local and provincial economies, to achieve inclusive shared equity, growth and job creation. Programme 4: Industrial DevelopmentThe purpose of the division is to create an enabling environment for the promotion of competitiveness, growth, job creation and retention in the sectors guided by the Industrial Policy.
Programme 5: Consumer and Corporate RegulationDevelop and implement coherent, predictable and transparent regulatory solutions that facilitate easy access to redress and efficient regulation for economic citizens. 2009-2012 MTSF
*INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTSProgramme 6: The Enterprise OrganisationStimulate and facilitate the development of sustainable, competitive enterprises through the efficient provision of effective and accessible incentive measures that support national priorities. Programme 7: Trade and Investment South AfricaIncrease export capacity and support direct investment flows through strategies for targeted markets and an effectively managed network of foreign trade offices.
Programme 8: Communication and MarketingPosition the dti as a driver of economic development and growth to economic citizens by employing integrated marketing-communication techniques and systems aimed at intensifying awareness, uptake and access to its products and services.2009-2012 MTSF
*INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMSthe dti is structured into eight (8) programmes and 19 public entities [herein referred to as Council of Trade and Industry Institutions (COTII)]2009-2012 MTSF
Delegations Details 2009 - 2012 MTSF
Delegations Details2009 - 2012 MTSF
AGOAAfrican Growth and Opportunity ActCOMESACommon Market for Eastern and Southern Africa COTIICouncil of Trade and Industry InstitutionsEACEast African CommunityEPAEconomic Partnership Agreement FTAFree Trade AgreementGDP Gross Domestic ProductsHDIsHistorical Disadvantaged IndividualsIDZ Industrial Development ZoneLPM Limited Payout Machines NEPAD New Partnership for African Development NIPF National Industrial Policy FrameworkNLDTFNational Lotteries Distribution Trust Fund SDIsSpatial Development Initiatives SACUSouthern African Customs UnionSADCSouthern African Development Community SMMESmall, Medium and Macro Enterprises SPIIsupport programme for industrial innovation TDCATrade, Development and Cooperation AgreementTHRIPTechnology and human resources for industry programme
**As was done during the development of the critical growth path in late 2006, the Cluster remains focused on the key challenges facing the economy.*The red line shows GDP growth. There has been solid growth performance in recent years, mainly due to strong domestic demand (because of increased State and consumer spending). However exports and imports remained a drag on what could have been an even better growth performance.*The red line shows GDP growth. There has been solid growth performance in recent years, mainly due to strong domestic demand (because of increased State and consumer spending). However exports and imports remained a drag on what could have been an even better growth performance.*As was done during the development of the critical growth path in late 2006, the Cluster remains focused on the key challenges facing the economy.*****************************As was done during the development of the critical growth path in late 2006, the Cluster remains focused on the key challenges facing the economy.*As was done during the development of the critical growth path in late 2006, the Cluster remains focused on the key challenges facing the economy.*As was done during the development of the critical growth path in late 2006, the Cluster remains focused on the key challenges facing the economy.