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ACHIEVEMENT AGAINST 2015/16 APP TARGETS: 01 APRIL 2015 TO 30 JUNE 2015

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  1. Commission on Restitution of Land Rights 2015/2016 First Quarter Performance Report Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Rural Development and Land Reform02 September 2015

  2. ACHIEVEMENT AGAINST 2015/16 APP TARGETS: 01 APRIL 2015 TO 30 JUNE 2015

  3. ACHIEVEMENT AGAINST 2015/16 APP TARGETS: REASONS FOR VARIANCE AND MITIGATING PLANS 01 APRIL 2015 TO 30 JUNE 2015

  4. ACHIEVEMENT AGAINST 2015/16 APP TARGETS: REASONS FOR VARIANCE AND MITIGATING PLANS (cont.) 01 APRIL 2015 TO 30 JUNE 2015

  5. ACHIEVEMENT AGAINST 2015/16 APP TARGETS: REASONS FOR VARIANCE AND MITIGATING PLANS (cont.) 01 APRIL 2015 TO 30 JUNE 2015

  6. IMPROVEMENT PLANS FOR SETTLED, PHASED AND FINALISED CLAIMS:SUBMISSIONS CURRENTLY AT NATIONAL OFFICE TO BE PROCESSED FOR QCC The under-mentioned 45 claims were received during the last three days of the quarter and is currently being processed.

  7. RESEARCH IMPROVEMENT PLAN The under-mentioned 321 claims were received during the last three days of the quarter and is currently being processed.

  8. ACHIEVEMENT AGAINST 2015/16 APP TARGETS: 01 JULY TO 31 JULY 2015 (Q2)

  9. FINANCE IMPROVEMENT PLAN • Spending from 1 April to date: R411 million • Second tranche payments awaiting registration- R80 million • Claims settled 2015/16 balance: R47 million • Monitor of budget weekly and receiving monthly reports from Provinces • Financial committee meetings are held monthly in each province to discuss status of claims, identifying, bottlenecks, challenges and solutions to ensure alignment of spending to cashflow projections.

  10. FINANCE IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  11. PAYMENTS IMPLEMENTED IN JULY 2015

  12. TOTAL OPERATIONAL EXPENDITURE

  13. OPERATIONAL EXPENDITURE: PER PROVINCE

  14. HUMAN RESOURCE –FILLING OF VACANT POSTS

  15. ACCUMULATED CLAIMS RECEIVED: 1 April – 30 June2015

  16. REPORT ON NEW CLAIMS • The following are communities in different areas of the country where claims were lodged on mobile lodgement offices

  17. REPORT ON NEW CLAIMS Mobile lodgement offices (continued)

  18. COMMUNICATION ON THE LODGEMENT CAMPAIGN: 1. Media liaison: • Minister, CLCC and the Provincial Chief Directors Land Restitution Support interviewed on various media platforms including: National, Regional and community media including: • SABC TV (Morning live, News bulletins, current affairs), • SABC radio (News bulletins and current affairs programmes) • eNCA (News bulletin and current affairs programmes) • ANN7 (News bulletin and Current affairs programmes) • National and community newspapers • Local and community radio stations

  19. COMMUNICATION ON THE LODGEMENT CAMPAIGN (cont.): 2. Advertising campaign (June): Advertising campaign on national, local and community media including: National media: • Outside broadcast (OB): Lesedifm (National launch in FS, April 2015). • Radio (live-reads) on SABC radio in all the provinces, about the lodgement process (June 2015). • Newspaper adverts on Sowetan, The New Age, and Daily Sun on the lodgement process and lodgement sites (June 2015). Community media: • Radio live-reads: Qwaqwafm (April 2015) • Mini-drama (radio) about lodgement process (June 2015).

  20. COMMUNICATION ON THE LODGEMENT CAMPAIGN (cont.): Advertising campaign (continued): c. Radio-phone in programme: 1 hour interviews with phone-ins, explaining the lodgement process, documents required, and schedules for mobile lodgement offices (June 2015) Advertising booked for September onwards: • Community Billboards (Store facia in rural areas): Sept – Nov 2015 • Wall murals (townships): Sept – Nov 2015 • Community radio mini-drama (repeats): September 2015 • Television Adverts (SABC, e-TV and community stations): October 2015 • Incorporation of lodgement message into soapie story-line: Oct – Dec 2015 • Community radio live-reads: February – March 2016 • Newspaper adverts (repeats): February – March 2016

  21. COMMUNICATION ON THE LODGEMENT CAMPAIGN (cont.): Community outreach (road-shows through the sprinters): Provincial community outreach conducted through the mobile communication units (sprinters) include: Distribution of Citizens’ manual; Loud-hailing at taxis, ranks, shopping centres and other public places; Information sessions; and announcements and interviews on local & community media. Gauteng Province: • Information session with communities and Municipalities & distribution of Citizens’ manuals as follows: Merafong, Randfontein, City of Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni Metro, SALGA, Sedibeng, Blesbok and Refilwe township during the period under review. North West Province: • Information sessions & distribution of Citizens’ manual to communities conducted with communities within the NgakaModiriMolema and Dr Ruth Mompati, and Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipalities during period under review.

  22. COMMUNICATION ON THE LODGEMENT CAMPAIGN (cont.): Northern Cape Province: • Information session & knock-n-drop in the Mier, Kai Gariep, Kareeberg, Hantam, KharaHais and Joe Morolong Municipality areas. Western Cape Province: • Information sessions conducted with Stakeholders including: Knysna Municipality manager, Dept. of Local Housing, Thusong Centre, Breedevallei Municipality manager, Witzenberg MAYCO, Cross Road committee, Stellenbosch District Manager. Meetings also held with communities from Sedgefield, Covie, The Cragg, Klaarstroom, Van Wyksdorp, Zwelethu (Worcester), De Doorns, Zwelihle (Hermans), Van Huystonlaan (Worcester), Robertson, Montagu, McGregor, Franshoek (Paarl) and Hermans. Free State Province: • Information session and distribution of Citizens’ manuals conducted with the Maluti-a-Phofungand Mafube Municipalities. Community mobilisation & distribution of Citizens’ manuals conducted in Qwaqwa, Bethlehem, Frankfort, Kroonstad, and Welkom.

  23. COMMUNICATION ON THE LODGEMENT CAMPAIGN (cont.): KwaZulu-Natal Province: • Briefing session conducted with Ububhlebezwe Municipality, and presentations on the lodgement process conducted with communities and stakeholders in Durban, Greytown, Portshepstone, uMbumbulu, Pine Street, and Emaweleni. Limpopo Province: • Imbizo, Community and Stakeholder briefing sessions conducted in Jane Furse, Plokwane, Thohoyandou, and Burgersfort. Information sessions conducted with communities in Musina, Polokwane (MmalebohoBahananwa Tribal Office), Polokwane (Oscar Mpetha Stadium, Turfloop), GaChokow Community Hall, Ryeland Tribal Council, Turfloop Nature Reserve, Airport Africa lodge. Eastern Cape Province: • Information sessions conducted with communities in Sterkspruit (Bensenville Hall & Qhoboshiyane), Matatiele (Tabalong) Mt. Fletcher (Vuvu & Printsu) Ngqeleni (Mazizini Tribal Council), Libode (Makhotyana& Ama-Mpondomiseni AA), Mqanduli (Cacadu Great Place).

  24. COMMUNICATION ON THE LODGEMENT CAMPAIGN (cont.): Mpumalanga Province: • Community mobilisation conducted with communities as follows: Breyton, Lothair, Driefontein, Matsulu, Witbank, and Ntombe (Piet Retief).

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