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  1. Annual Report:Presentation to Portfolio Committee on Tourism Mr Dirk van Schalkwyk (Acting DG) 10 November 2009

  2. 2008/09 Financial and Audit ReportPresentation to Select Committee13 November 2009

  3. PRESENTATION OUTLINE • SECTION ONE: 2008/9 Financial and Audit Report • SECTION TWO: Non-Financial Performance Information per Programme

  4. BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE REVIEW FOR 2008/09

  5. ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION

  6. TRANSFERS TO DEPARTMENTAL AGENCIES 2008/09

  7. TRANSFERS TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS 2008/09 Cont…

  8. TRANSFERS TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS 2008/09

  9. ** The World Bank funded project is on a cost recovery basis. The department first incurs the cost and the World Bank reimburses the department in accordance with the agreement.

  10. MANAGEMENT REPORT AND NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENT • Unauthorized and irregular expenditure: No unauthorized or irregular expenditure incurred in the financial year 2008/09. • Disclosure items in the Financial Statements The department complied with all disclosure requirements, classifications and policy frameworks as prescribed by Treasury. • Transfers to Agencies and other organisations All transfers made are per prior Management approval, Treasury approval and disclosure requirements.

  11. AUDITOR-GENERAL REPORT • Unqualified audit report. • No significant findings have been identified on Performance Information review/audit. • No matter of emphasis except for other important matters to be considered by Management for the improvement of current controls. • The Audit Committee concurred and accepted the conclusions of the Auditor-General on the audit of Annual Financial Statements and Performance information. • The Audit Committee is of the opinion that the audited Annual Financial Statements fairly present the position and performance of the Department, based on the audit done and the report of the Auditor-General. • Internal Audit was fully functional for the year under review

  12. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION * All assets and liabilities are disclosed as per Treasury policy frameworks in the Annual Report

  13. 2008/09 2007/08 R'000 R'000 REVENUE Annual appropriation 3,206,557 2,790,521 Departmental revenue 8,488 4,735 Aid assistance 41,068 44,954 3,256,113 2,840,210 TOTAL REVENUE EXPENDITURE Current expenditure Compensation of employees 396,747 342,195 Goods and services 356,442 321,514 Financial transactions in assets and liabilities 572 209 Aid assistance 39,492 45,710 Total current expenditure 793,253 709,628 Transfers and subsidies 2,436,698 2,114,491 Ex penditure for capital assets Machinery and equipment 8,003 10,131 Software and other intangible assets 416 217 Total expenditure for capital assets 8,419 10,348 TOTAL EXPENDITURE 3,238,370 2,834,467 SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) FOR THE YEAR 17,7 43 5,743 Reconciliation of Surplus/(Deficit) for the year Voted Funds to be surrendered to the revenue fund 7,679 1,764 Departmental Revenue to be surrendered to the revenue fund 8,488 4,735 Aid assistance 1,576 (756) E YEAR SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) FOR TH 17,743 5,743 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE * All revenue, expenditure and surpluses were disclosed and declared per Treasury Regulations in the Annual Report.

  14. Non-Financial Performance Information Per Programme

  15. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION KPA: Ensure availability of adequate human capital

  16. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION (cont…) KPA: Ensure availability of adequate human capital

  17. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION (cont…) KPA: Provide a secure, efficient and pleasant working environment KPA: Promote development of positive DEAT culture

  18. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION (cont…) KPA: Improve access to information

  19. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION (cont…) KPA: Ensure efficient information and knowledge management

  20. CORE BUSINESS…delivering on our mandate

  21. PROGRAMME 2: ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND PROTECTION (EQP) KPA: Prevent and manage potentially negative impacts on environment

  22. PROGRAMME 2: EQP (cont…) KPA: Ensure compliance with environmental legislation

  23. PROGRAMME 2: EQP (cont…) KPA: Prevent and reduce pollution and waste

  24. PROGRAMME 2: EQP (cont…) KPA: Prevent and reduce pollution and waste

  25. PROGRAMME 2:EQP (cont…) KPA: Improve air and atmospheric quality

  26. PROGRAMME 3: MARINE AND COASTAL MANAGEMENT (MCM) KPA: Sustainably grow the marine fisheries sector

  27. PROGRAMME 3: MCM (cont…) KPA: Build sound scientific base for effective management of natural resources

  28. PROGRAMME 3: MCM (cont…) KPA: Prevent and manage potentially negative impacts on environment

  29. PROGRAMME 4 : TOURISM KPA: Ensure competitiveness of SA Tourism Sector.

  30. PROGRAMME 4: TOURISM (CONT…) KPA: Ensure competitiveness of SA Tourism Sector

  31. PROGRAMME 4: TOURISM (cont…) KPA: Ensure competitiveness of SA Tourism Sector KPA: Sustainably grow the tourism sector

  32. PROGRAMME 4: TOURISM (cont…) KPA: Maximize Tourism and Development Potential of 2010 FIFA world cup KPA: Tourism sector transformation

  33. PROGRAMME 5: BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION (B&C) KPA: Ensure equitable and sustainable use of natural resources.

  34. PROGRAMME 5: B&C (cont…) KPA:Conserve and mitigate threats to biodiversity

  35. PROGRAMME 5: B&C (cont…) KPA:Conserve and mitigate threats to biodiversity

  36. PROGRAMME 5: B&C (cont…) KPA:Ensure compliance with environmental legislation

  37. PROGRAMME 5: B&C (cont…) KPA:Build a sound scientific base for the effective management of natural resources

  38. PROGRAMME 5: B&C (cont…) KPA:Environmental Sector Transformation

  39. PROGRAMME 5: B&C (cont…) KPA:Implementation of poverty alleviation and job creation programmes and infrastructure projects.

  40. PROGRAMME 5: B&C (cont…) KPA:Implementation of poverty alleviation and job creation programmes and infrastructure projects.

  41. PROGRAMME 5: B&C (cont…) KPA:Implementation of poverty alleviation and job creation programmes and infrastructure projects

  42. PROGRAMME 6: Sector Services and International Relations (SSIR) KPA: Effectively manage and facilitate DEAT’s international relations and engagements

  43. PROGRAMME 6: SSIR (cont…) KPA: Effectively manage and facilitate DEAT’s international relations and engagements

  44. PROGRAMME 6: SSIR (cont…) KPA: Implementation of Poverty Alleviation and Job Creation Programmes and Infrastructure Projects

  45. PROGRAMME 6: SSIR (cont…) KPA: Implementation of Poverty Alleviation and Job Creation Programmes and Infrastructure Projects

  46. PROGRAMME 6: SSIR (cont…) KPA: Improve business processes

  47. PROGRAMME 6: SSIR (cont…) KPA: Ensure alignment and cooperation with public entities KPA: Ensure efficient information and knowledge management

  48. PROGRAMME 6: SSIR (cont…) KPA: Ensure efficient information and knowledge management KPA: Ensure financial resourcing of departmental strategy

  49. PROGRAMME 6: SSIR (cont…) KPA: Improve intergovernmental cooperation and coordination

  50. PROGRAMME 6: SSIR (cont…) KPA: Ensure quality stakeholder engagements KPA: Ensure strong corporate image and identity