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  1. 2013/14 APP AND BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND CULTUREPRESENTATION TO THE SC: Education and Recreation1

  2. OBJECTIVE AND CONTEXTUAL STATEMENTS Objective of the presentation Context of the presentation STRATEGIC OVERVIEW Strategic posture Mandate Situational analysis STRATEGIC GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND PROGRAMMES Strategic goals Strategic objectives Linking goals, objectives and budget programmes Selected Indicators for Estimate of National Expenditure (ENE) LINK TO OTHER PLANS Conditional grant Public entities 2013/14 BUDGET ESTIMATES MTEF process: 2013/14 to 2015/16 Budget summary Adjustments to 2013 MTEF Allocation Budget allocation per Programme PRESENTATION OUTLINE 2

  3. OBJECTIVE AND CONTEXTUAL STATEMENTS

  4. OBJECTIVE OF THE PRESENTATION To brief the Select Committee on the department’s Annual Performance Plan and Budget Estimates for 2013/14 financial year To guide monitoring of the department’s performance for the 2013/14 financial year To inform and guide preparations of the department’s budget vote

  5. CONTEXT OF THE PRESENTATION The APP has been prepared within the context of government-wide planning, monitoring and evaluation It is informed by the MTSF of government It draws from the strategic priorities of government as captured by 12 outcomes and from Minister’s Delivery Agreement The SONA and Budget Speech provide line of march for this APP 2013/14 is the final year of this administration, therefore there is focus on completing the mandate for this term while laying the foundation for the next 2014 is the 20th year of freedom, hence planning for the 20 year celebrations is underway The department is also working with the DPME on the 20 year review of government performance while internally the End-of-Term review process is underway

  6. STRATEGIC OVERVIEW

  7. STRATEGIC POSTURE VISION We are a thriving arts, culture and heritage sector contributing to sustainable economic development, leveraging on partnerships for a socially cohesive nation MISSION We enhance job creation by preserving, protecting and developing arts, culture and heritage to sustain our democracy and build our nation. VALUES Accountability Integrity Results Driven Professionalism Humility Batho Pele STRATEGIC GOALS Job Creation Human capital development Access to information Linguistic diversity Development, protection, preservation and promotion of arts, culture and heritage Governance and accountability

  8. MANDATE Constitution Of The Republic Of South Africa,1996: Sections 16 And 30 National Film And Video Foundation Act, 1997 National Heritage Council Act, 1999 National Heritage Resources Act, 1999 National Library Of South Africa Act 1998 Pan South African Language Board Act 1995 South African Geographical Names Act 1995 South African Geographical Names Council Act 1998 South African Library For The Blind Act 1998 Cultural Institutions Act 1998 Culture Promotion Act, 1983 Heraldry Act 1962 Legal Deposit Act 1997 National Archives And Records Services Of South Africa Act 1996 National Arts Council Act, 1997 Promotion Of Access To Information Act, 2000 National Council For Library And Information Act 2001

  9. MANDATE The following legislative and policy mandates are under review White Paper on Arts and Culture Cultural Laws Amendment Bill Community Library and Information Bill South African Language Practitioners Bill

  10. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS: PERFORMANCE ENVIRONMENT In developing, preserving and promoting the arts, culture and heritage sector, DAC Developed, approved and continues to implement MGE Continues to develop new audiences and markets. Continues to contribute to job creation and economic growth Continues to facilitate access to international networking platforms and markets for local artists Continues to empower targeted/vulnerable groups such as women, youth, and the disabled In preserving and promoting SA Heritage, DAC Preparing a strategy for the celebration and commemoration of national days to ensure that such events are inclusive and contribute to national reconciliation, nation building and social cohesion. Continues to implement the National Liberation Heritage Route Programme Has worked hard in transforming national symbols to reflect the values of democracy Continues to provide funding for Declared Cultural Institutions. In promoting access to information, DAC Ensures that National Archives and Records Service continues to support and guide records and information management procedures across government Will ensure that the national automated archival information retrieval system is upgraded Will continue its focus on revitalising the country’s community libraries In promotion of linguistic diversity, DAC Promotes the development of the official languages and tolerance for South Africa’s linguistic diversity Is currently in the process of finalising the South African Language Practitioner Bill

  11. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS: ORGANIZATIONAL ENVIRONMENT In promopting good governance and accountability, DAC Will intensify its oversight and monitoring role over the institutions and entities under its wing Will ensure alignment of planning processes through the implementation of intergrated planning framework In developing human capital, DAC Improve efforts directed at developing the whole life cycle of individual artists and cultural workers, including supporting existing artists and developing new ones Is already contributing to skills development through many arts and culture programmes, including the provision of bursaries Will unveil details on the establishment of a National Cultural Industries Skills Academy of South Africa (NACISA) Internally, has embarked on aligning its structure to new strategy and available budget. Regarding infrastructure provision, DAC has realised that Demand driven investment in cultural infrastructure will ensure the state’s creative spaces remain accessible, functional and lively places for artists and communities Regarding partnerships and funding, DAC Is working hard to drive the agenda of cultural diplomacy in international relations and expand South Africa’s network with the world through strategic relations Continues to emphasise South-South relations and the Africa agenda in the arts, culture and heritage arena.

  12. STRATEGIC GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND PROGRAMMES

  13. STRATEGIC GOALS The following are the strategic goals of the DAC Job Creation: Create 150,000 decent jobs in arts, culture and heritage March 2016. Human Capital Development: Implement targeted programs that are geared towards human capital development in the arts, culture and heritage sector by 2014 Access to information: Enhance access by citizens and public institutions to accurate, reliable and timely information in their language of choice though the provision of archives, libraries, and language services Linguistic diversity: Entrench linguistic diversity in a manner that facilitates equitable cultural expression by citizens and communities Development, protection, preservation and promotion of arts, culture and heritage: Enhance capacity of the sector through equitable and sustainable development, protection and preservation of arts, culture and heritage (through policy development, legislative promulgation and implementation) Governance and accountability: Align of public sector art, culture and heritage institutions around a shared vision, common mandate and strong governance and accountability

  14. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES The following are strategic goals of the DAC Provide for a capable and skilled public oriented workforce Develop systems, processes and controls to ensure operational efficiency and effectiveness Maintain an effective and efficient Ministry Provision of arts, culture and heritage infrastructure To coordinate and lead in the implementation of the Social Cohesion Framework Promote the public profile of the Department and its programmes Strengthening partnership with the Department’s associated institutions and provinces Implement programmes that promote socio-economic development for Targeted groups Increase participation and access to arts and culture programmes by targeted groups Promote linguistic diversity and equity Provide specialised terminologies for all official languages

  15. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES Build capacity in language practice Enhance access to information through translation and editing Enhance access to information through development of HLT tools Support the implementation of projects aimed at job creation Develop coherent integrated five year sector-specific strategies and implementation plans aligned to development & macro-policy interventions Review Cultural Industries Growth Strategy (CIGS) Support programmes in the cultural industries Improve the infrastructure as distribution channels for the Creative Industries products Develop and implement a dedicated Academy to support scarce and critical skills in the creative sector Develop a coherent and integrated research agenda and knowledge management system Build key strategic relations aimed at exposing South African arts, culture and heritage to the international community

  16. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES Build key strategic relations aimed at exposing South African arts, culture and heritage to the international community Harmonise international and domestic policies that seek to protect and promote arts culture and heritage Provide policy leadership for effective and efficient management of South Africa’s heritage and heraldry Transform South Africa’s heritage and heraldry landscape through targeted programmes Establish strategic partnerships to leverage resources for maximum impact of programmes Build capacity and enhance skills base to strengthen the management of the heritage sector Promote national identity, nation building and social cohesion through heritage and heraldry programmes Create jobs in heritage and heraldry Regulate the management of records across the public service Provide adequate and modern infrastructure for archives and libraries

  17. LINKING GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND BUDGET PROGRAMMES

  18. LINKING GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND BUDGET PROGRAMMES

  19. LINKING GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND BUDGET PROGRAMMES

  20. LINKING GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND BUDGET PROGRAMMES

  21. LINKING GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND BUDGET PROGRAMMES

  22. LINKING GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND BUDGET PROGRAMMES

  23. LINKING GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND BUDGET PROGRAMMES

  24. INDICATORS

  25. SELECTED INDICATORS FOR ESTIMATE OF NATIONAL EXPENDITURE In total the DAC APP has 157 indicators the following templates show “Selected Indicators for Estimate of National Expenditure” and key indicators from each programme The ENE Indicators are indicators that are published in the ENE document that is produced by National Treasury They are part of the APP indicators They have been selected because of their high impact nature in tracking progress made by DAC to national Outcomes The National Treasury requires that the Department reports on these ENE Indicators every quarter It is recommended that these ENE indicators as well as the key indicators from each programme form the basis for our quarterly reporting to the Portfolio Committee This will assist in streamlining reporting and allows for consistency

  26. SELECTED INDICATORS FOR ESTIMATE OF NATIONAL EXPENDITURE

  27. SELECTED INDICATORS FOR ESTIMATE OF NATIONAL EXPENDITURE

  28. KEY INDICATORS PRE PROGRAMME

  29. KEY INDICATORS PRE PROGRAMME

  30. KEY INDICATORS PRE PROGRAMME

  31. KEY INDICATORS PRE PROGRAMME

  32. LINK TO OTHER PLANS

  33. CONDITIONAL GRANT

  34. PUBLIC ENTITIES

  35. PUBLIC ENTITIES

  36. PUBLIC ENTITIES

  37. PUBLIC ENTITIES

  38. PUBLIC ENTITIES

  39. 2013/14 BUDGET ESTIMATES

  40. MTEF PROCESS: 2013/14 TO 2015/16 Focus from the National Treasury in the MTEF period was on Reprioritisation, Identify savings Applying budget cuts of 1%, 2% and 3% over the MTEF

  41. BUDGET SUMMARY

  42. BUDGET SUMMARY PER FINANCIAL YEAR

  43. BUDGET SUMMARY PER ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION

  44. 2013/14: WHERE FUNDS WILL BE SPENT

  45. 2013/14: HOW FUNDS WILL BE SPENT

  46. 2013/14: HOW FUNDS WILL BE SPENT – WITHIN DAC

  47. 2013/14: HOW FUNDS WILL BE SPENT – OUTSIDE DAC

  48. ADJUSTMENTS TO 2013 MTEF ALLOCATION

  49. ADJUSTMENTS TO 2013 MTEF ALLOCATION

  50. 2013 MTEF ADDITIONS