DWAF FIVE-YEAR REVIEW Service conveyance: a five year audit 2004 to date Ms PAM YAKO Director-General 21 OCTOBER 2008

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DWAF FIVE-YEAR REVIEW Service conveyance: a five year audit 2004 to date Ms PAM YAKO Director-General 21 OCTOBER 2008

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CONTENT 5-Year Overview : Achievements and Challenges Annual Review Program 1: Administration Annual Review Program 2: Water Resources Management Annual Review Program 3: Water Services Annual Review Program 4: Forestry

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FIVE-YEAR OVERVIEW ACHIEVEMENTS FINANCIAL OVERVIEW CHALLENGES

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OVERVIEW OF ACHIEVEMENTS Water Allocation Reform Water Conservation and Water Demand Management: Strategy settled and distributed; Water Pricing Strategy changed and actualized National Dam Safety Program Management Water Use Authorisation – License following framework sent countrywide Local government bolster Access to essential administrations Legislation (National Water Act; Forestry Laws Amendment Act)

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OVERVIEW OF ACHIEVEMENTS (2) Launch of Women's Organization Improved frameworks for checking water drinking quality (Award Won) Development and Signing of Forest Sector BBBEE Charter Approval of approach to exchange indigenous timberlands Conclusion of rent understandings for State Plantations (Amathole, MTO) Successful greening – Million Trees Project Tabling the State of the Forests 2007 Report Transfer of Knysna to SanParks Fire Protection Associations Regulations distributed

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OVERVIEW OF ACHIEVEMENTS (3) Commissioning of new national foundation undertakings, for example, Berg Water; VRESAP and Nandoni executed Dam security recovery program executed – to address weaknesses of all DWAF dams Full resource confirmation and approval procedure to the surmised estimation of R90 billion Several development ventures finished

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OVERVIEW OF ACHIEVEMENTS (4) Construction works finished: Mooi Mgeni Transfer Scheme Phase I Morgenstond-Jericho Emergency Pumpstation a portion of Usutu-Vaal Scheme Rehabilitation of Nuwejaarspruit downstream of Sterkfontein Dam DSRP Bulskoek Lower Olifantsriver adjusting dam for the Water Users Association Bergriver Dam Access Road La Motte Village Services Berg River Supplement Scheme

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OVERVIEW OF ACHIEVEMENTS (5) International Relations Ratification of the SADC Forestry Protocol Conclusion of MoUs with Lesotho and Mozambique Nominating as an offering nation for World Water Forum: 2012 SADC Chairmanship of Water Ministerial Committee Preparation to assume control AMCOW African Sanitation Conference – Ethekwini Ministerial Declaration on Sanitation 2008

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OVERVIEW OF ACHIEVEMENTS (6)

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STRATEGIC REVIEW - MAIN The ebb and flow year DWAF Allocation for 2008/09 Total Exchequer Allocations R586 million R3 238 million R2 427 million R446 million Water Resource Management Water Services Forestry Admin Augmentation to WTE R320 million R1 615 million Current Capital

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EXPENDITURE TRENDS FROM 2004 - MEA

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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW - MAIN PAST Performance Expenditure patterns for the Department in the course of recent years:

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EXPENDITURE TRENDS FROM 2004 - WTE Revenue and use slant 13

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CHALLENGES Water quality issues Water misfortunes in the regions Impact of land change on business ranger service Financing systems on ranger service endeavor advancement Capacity of neighborhood government to convey (abilities, funds) Sustainability (e.g. maturing) of foundation – resource administration Project usage of new national foundation Impact of flames on timber supply

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CHALLENGES Legislative: Water Services Act: Section 78; Reimbursement of Water Boards Forestry Act, National Water Act: Regulatory Framework not incorporated; Institutions Oversight Establishment Sustainability Finance SAP – Large framework that requires appropriate execution and post execution refinements– long haul, client prerequisites Inadequate limit (absence of gifted assets) Segregation amongst Exchequer and Trading Entity – capacities, staff issues Extensive foundation resources – size, spatial conveyance/area: Auditable resource arranges required Rehabilitation and repair of maturing national foundation

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ANNUAL REVIEW 2007/08 Program 1: ADMINISTRATION

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ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONS/BRANCHES Corporate Services HR IT Communications Finance ODG Ministry

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ACHIEVEMENTS CORPORATE SERVICES 2007/08

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ACHIEVEMENTS CORPORATE SERVICES 2007/08

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ACHIEVEMENTS CORPORATE SERVICES 2007/08

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ACHIEVEMENTS FINANCE 2007/08

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ACHIEVEMENTS WTE 2007/08

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HISTORY OF AUDIT OUTCOMES 2003/04 Annual Report. Unfriendly sentiment as the office did not conform to S40(1)(b) of the PFMA 2004/05 . Review report contained different things that prompted to accentuation of matter 2005/06 yearly report-budgetary explanations arranged on gathering premise. Disclaimer as material things did not meet the required reporting models.

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HISTORY OF AUDIT OUTCOMES cont 2006/07 Audit Report qualified sentiment terms of the treatment of benefits, autonomous checks and compromises and the BAS compromise and a fragmented responsibility enlist and an accentuation of matter in connection to consistence with PFMA and execution observing 2007/08 Audit Report qualified feeling for the most part because of the inadequate resource enroll, treatment of the anticipation account and the divulgence of credits and receivables.

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WTE SPECIFIC Reorganization INITIATIVES Background Trading substance was built up in 1983 . Water Services and Working for Water was moved from the Trading Entity to Main Account. One solidified Trading Account (Water Trading Entity and Equipment Trading Entity was consolidated . Turnaround – budgetary circumstance from misfortune to benefit – operation productivity drive Financial frameworks advancement and execution - SAP

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PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN - WTE The taking after are the tasks actualized to guarantee an unfit review supposition: Khanya - HR turnaround extend Sakhile Infrastructure confirmation extend Resulted in Asset Register for Infrastructure resources that conforms to least prerequisites Improved resource administration forms Siyanqoba Approved Asset Management, Revenue Management, and different business procedures and approaches Hlanyisa Moveable resource enlist extend Moveable resource enroll built up that consents to least necessities SAP super clients and coaches 26

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OVERVIEW OF ANNUAL EXPENDITURE

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EXPENDITURE PER Program: 2007/08

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OVERVIEW OF ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS - MEA

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REASONS FOR UNDERSPENDING - MEA Administration : Under spending is primarily ascribed to the exchange of staff to regions which couldn't be finished because of extended transactions with accepting regions and assets will be moved over to 2007/08 money related year. Unimportant under use. Water Resources : Under spending is for the most part credited to the De Hoop Dam Project that couldn't start as arranged as a consequence of deferrals in concluding the Environmental Impact Assessment Water Services : Under spending is predominantly due to delays in finishing exchange concurrences with nearby government in regard of exchange of plans. Unimportant under consumption. Ranger service : There was a deferral in the execution of the BE sanction. Unimportant under consumption

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OVERVIEW OF WTE Operating income and use examination

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OVERVIEW OF WTE

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OVERVIEW OF WTE

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2006/07: AUDITOR-GENERAL REPORTS

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2007/08: AG REPORT

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KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM AG REPORT-2007/08 Unsubstantiated increments to the benefit enlist Unverified organic resources Unverified records receivable-WTE Immovable resources deductively esteemed yet more refinements required later Non-consistence/No adherence to arrangements and strategies wrt to: Debtors and DoRA Lack of staff abilities limit Management checking and surveys of exchanges

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ACTION: CURRENT PROJECTS Sakhile – Immovable resource administration extend Moveable resource administration venture: to be concluded in March 2009 SAP usage (framework, preparing and so forth.) Accounting firm – assets (limit needs) in locales Siyanqoba-Revenue work redesign extend: tending to process issues around income administration WTE-Operational Efficiency Drive Implementation of endorsed Finance structures for Regions Clean Audit – March 2009

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WTE SPECIFIC Reorganization INITIATIVES Background Trading element was built up in 1983 . Water Services and Working for Water was moved from the Trading Entity to Main Account. One combined Trading Account (Water Trading Entity and Equipment Trading Entity was blended . Turnaround – budgetary circumstance from misfortune to benefit – operation effectiveness drive Financial frameworks advancement and usage - SAP

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AUDIT OUTCOME 2007/08 (FIFTH YEAR) 39

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ANNUAL REVIEW: 2007/08 Program 2: WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

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WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT BRANCHES Policy and Regulation Regions National Water Resources Infrastructure

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ACHIEVEMENTS 2007/08 EQUITABLE AND SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY

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ACHIEVEMENTS 2007/08 EQUITABLE AND SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY

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ACHIEVEMENTS 2007/08 PROTECTION POLICIES AND MEASURES

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ACHIEVEMENTS 2007/08 NATIONAL WATER RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE

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ANNUAL REVIEW: 2007/08 Program 3: WATER SERVICES

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WATER SERVICES BRANCHES Policy and Regulation Regions

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ACHIEVEMENTS 2007/08 Basic sanitation and water administrations arrangement:

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ACHIEVEMENTS 2007/08 National exchanges – 97% of focused plans have been exchanged; outstanding 3% in conclusive stages Regional Bulk Infrastructure – R1.4b designated more than three years, R300m for 2007/08 Sector Policies, Regulations, Guidelines and Strategies Draft National Water

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