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									     MDoE Presentation
Select Committee on Finance



        02 September 2008



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     Focus of presentation

• Organisational context
• Conditional grants
  – Life Skills Programme
  – National School Nutrition Programme
  – FET Colleges Recapitalisation
    Programme
• Infrastructure
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Organisational Context




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                Enrolments

• Total Learner enrolments increased by 0,7% from
  845 910 in 2004 to 1 044 187 in 2008
• 600 680 learners are in Public Primary Schools
  and 387 740 in Public Secondary Schools
• 42 729 learners enrolled for Grade R
• 4 953 students enrolled for the new NC(V)
  programmes at 3 FET Colleges
• Female enrolments in the system remains less at
  49,64% to a 50,36% male.
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Conditional Grants And Capital
     Expenditure Trends




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 Conditional Grants outcome for
             2005/06
                      Main
 Conditional       Appropriatio Additional Adjusted                       Transfers
   Grants               n         funds     Budget     Exp      % spent   received
                     R`000        R`000      R`000    R`000                 R`000
                        1           2       3(1+2)       4       5(4/3)
   HIV/AIDS          10 317         0       10 317    10 541    102.2%     10 317
National School
    Nutrition
  Programme          70 235      16 712    86 947     76 473    88.0%      79 282

 Infrastructure
 Development         114 213     71 446    185 659    66 153    35.6%      57 107

     FET
Recapitalisation        0           0         0
   TOTAL             194 765     88 158    282 923    153 167   54.1%     146 706
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Economic Classification 2005/06
           CAPEX
                           R’000        R’000      R’000
Compensation of            4,349,632   4,325,174    24,458    99.4%
employees


Goods and Services         1,059,477   1,070,237   (10,760)   101.0%


Transfers and subsidies      212,869     205,614     7,255    96.6%

Payments for capital         342,078     179,032   163,046    52.3%
assets (Incl Conditional
Total                      5,964,056   5,780,057   183,999     96.9%

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 Conditional Grants outcome for
             2006/07
 Conditional     Main     Additional Adjusted                     Transfers
   Grants    Appropriation funds      Budget     Exp       %      received
                R`000       R`000     R`000     R`000               R`000
                  1           2       3(1+2)      4      5(4-3)
   HIV/AIDS        10 936        -    10 936    11 603 106.1%      10 936
    National
     School        84 549        -    84 549    83 097   98.3%     84 549
 Infrastructure
 Development       126 638   54 506   181 144   120 912 66.7%     181,144
      FET
recapitalisation    32 000       -     32 000    32 000 100.0%     32 000
     TOTAL         254 123   54 506   308 629   247 612 80.2%     308,629
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Economic Classification 2006/07
           CAPEX
Economic Classification       Adjusted       Actual
                               Budget      Expenditure Variance        % Spent
                                R’000         R’000        R’000
Compensation of employees      4,612,557     4,751,834     (139,277)       103.0%




Goods and Services             1,115,285       964,707     150,578          86.5%


Transfers and subsidies          245,888       255,160       (9,272)       103.0%

Payments for capital assets      352,127       301,184      50,943          85.5%
(Incl. Conditional Grant)
Total                          6,325,857     6,272,885       52,972         92.0%


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        Conditional Grants 2007/08
        Conditional   Adjustment      Total     Exp as at     %
          Grant        Budget       Transfers   31March      Exp
                       2007/08      2007/08       2008

HIV                        13,010      13,010      12,443   95.6%

NSNP                      108,056     108,056     110,504   102.3%


FET                        48,267      48,267      48,271    100%

Infrastructure            246,368     142,382      36,895     15%

Total                     415,710     311,724     208,113   50.1%

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Economic Classification 2007/08
           CAPEX
Economic Classification       Adjusted     Expenditure
                               Budget                    % Expenditure
                                R’000        R’000
Compensation of employees      5,951,757     5,996,335          100.7%

Goods and Services             1,379,849     1,216,583           88.2%


Transfers and subsidies          357,500       342,352           95.8%

Payments for capital assets      429,201       268,129           62.5%
(Incl. Conditional Grant)
Total                          8,118,307     7,823,399             96%
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      Conditional Grants 2008/09 First
        Quarter (Under spending/
              overspending)
  Conditional    Adjustment     Exp as at   Projected   % Spent)
    Grant         Budget        30 June       Until
                  2008/09         2008       31/03/9

HIV                    13,848       3,462      10,386        25%

NSNP                  136,606      34,152     102,454        25%

FET                    39,099      19,550      19,549        50%

                      171,673      42,918     128,755        25%
Infrastructure

Total                 361,226     100,082     261,144      36.1%
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Economic Classification 2008/09
           CAPEX
Economic Classification              Adjusted     Expenditure           Projections
                                      Budget        for 1st             until 31
                                                    quarter     % exp   March 2009
                                      R’000         R’000                  R’000
Compensation of employees             6,624,303     1,736,409     26.2% 4,974,335

Goods and Services                    1,534,057       230,382     15.0% 1,161,282


Transfers and subsidies                 398,379       169,949     42.7% 243,629

Payments for capital assets (Incl.      377,493       102,219     27.1% 304,084
Conditional Grant)
Total                                 8,934,232     2,238,959     25.1% 6,683,330
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2008/9 1st Quarter Performance




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LIFE SKILLS




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    LIFE SKILLS CONDITIONAL
             GRANT
    Budget Allocation                   Expenditure
         R13 848                        R3 462

•    926 Educators out of 3600 empowered on Sexuality,
     Care and Support.
•    561 Grade 10 Learners out of 2000 capacitated on a
     Peer Support programme as Peer Educators.
•    75 Members of SMTs out of 400 empowered on HIV AD
     AIDS policy development in schools
•    33 Clusters of SGBs out of 72 clusters empowered on
     Life Skills HIV and AIDS related programmes.
•    122 Schools out of 400 turned into Nodes of Care and
     Support of Orphaned and Vulnerable Children
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                      Monitoring
• 15 officials monitor the implementation of the programme by visiting
  the schools and submitting reports to the Provincial office.

• Regional reports are consolidated monthly and a provincial report
  sent to NDoE on a monthly basis

• Quarterly and Annual reports are compiled and sent to NDoE and
  National Treasury

• A Provincial evaluation team consisting of the members from the 3
  grants (NSNP, Life Skills and FET Recap) conduct pre-evaluation of
  10-20 schools before the final evaluation by the NDoE is conducted
  at the end of each financial year.

• Evaluation reports are compiled by the Provincial evaluation team at
  the end of each financial year.
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SCHOOL NUTRITION




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 National School Nutrition
       Programme
      Budget:                   Expenditure
       R136 606                   R34 152

 573 000 beneficiaries are participating in school
  feeding in schools ranked within Quintile 1 to 4.
 3 227 food handlers receive honoraria at R400 per
  month.
 33 new food gardens established in schools
 The per capita expenditure is R1, 20 per learner per
  day, which is lower than the R1.50 national norm
 The whole grant covers the cost of food and no funds
  left for administration.

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                      Monitoring
• 26 NSNP monitors monitor the implementation of the programme by
  visiting the schools and submitting reports to the Provincial office.

• Regional reports are consolidated monthly and a provincial report
  sent to NDoE on a monthly basis

• Quarterly and Annual reports are compiled and sent to NDoE and
  National Treasury

• A Provincial evaluation team consisting of the members from the 3
  grants (NSNP, Life Skills and FET Recap) conduct pre-evaluation of
  10-20 schools before the final evaluation by the NDoE is conducted
  at the end of each financial year.

• Evaluation reports are compiled by the Provincial evaluation team at
  the end of each financial year.
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INFRASTRUCTURE




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            Project Summary
Budget   Number of   Planning   Current    Completed    Closed
          Projects    Phase     Projects   and closed   Projects
                                            projects

04/05      364          0         13       351 (113)      238

05/06      498          0         25       464 (209)      255

06/07      367          0         43       324 (207)      117

07/08      176         26         123         18           0

08/09       21         21          0           0           0

Totals     1408        47         204      1157 (547)     610


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                   Expenditure

Capital and Professional Fees




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               MDoE Expenditure
               as at 30 June 2008
  • Equitable shares 33.5%
  • Infrastructure Grant 34,3%
  • The overall expenditure was 33.9%

  The over expenditure could be attributed to:
  • Payments that could not be processed before the end of
    the last financial year, because of the transition in financial
    systems. These were paid in this financial year 2008/09.
  • Roll- over of incomplete project expenditure from previous
    financial years
Source – BAS                                                      24
      Provision of Services


• Local Government appointed service
  provider under the “Water for All Flagship”
  to provide water to schools without water.
  Project to commence in August 2008.




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                IDIP Impact
• Process mapping completed
• Controls in place to monitor expenditure
• Preparation for 2007/08 and 08/09 done to
  reduce implementation challenges
• Training sessions conducted for skills transfer
• Alternative delivery methods under
  consideration
• Information not volunteered by IA now
  accessible thru IDIP
• Creation of project files
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    Monitoring and Evaluation
• Limited internal capacity available to drive systems
• With the aid of Provincial Technical Assistant Teams
  (PTAT’s) and Operational Support Teams (OST’s) the
  monitoring capacity has improved.
• The establishment of the Program Operation
  Management Meetings (POMM) and the Joint Operation
  Committee (JOC) which are joint meetings of
  Department of Education and Public Works established
  specifically for the monitoring of infrastructure projects is
  working in support of the departmental monitoring
  capacity.
• The Department is in the process of appointing Works
  Inspectors in all four regions. The impact of those
  appointed could not be felt during the first term because
  they were being orientated.
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FET Colleges Recapitalisation
     Conditional Grant




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              Cost Drivers

•   Curriculum development and support
•   Infrastructure (upgrading and building)
•   Upgrading of college sites
•   Human resource development
•   Development of systems and procedures




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   Allocations over three years
College     2006/7   2007/8   2008/9

Ehlanzeni   8 000    13 776   12 009

Gert        7 000    11 000   15 190
Sibande
Nkangala    17 000   23 499   11 900

Total       32 000   48 275   39 099

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                            Achievements
       Performance Areas                              Achievements


Curriculum development and      •   Cumulative purchase of 7 Textbooks for 6854 students
support                         •   5 Computer Aided Drawing programmes
                                •   570 tables and chairs, 120 drawing boards, 164 computers


Infrastructure (upgrading and   •   3 Hostels upgraded
building)                       •   3 learner support centre developed
                                •   6 workshops renovated
                                •   12 admin offices refurbished
                                •   Ramps built in 12 campuses
                                •   12 rest rooms
                                •   11 dormitories converted into classrooms
                                •   8 workshops built
                                •   44 Classrooms were built


 Human resource development     •   611 staff members trained for the implementation and support
                                    of the NC(V)
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                          Achievements
      Performance Areas                             Achievements

Development of systems and   2 Colleges connected to WAN and LAN
procedures                   •     Administration and Financial Systems developed in all
                                   campuses
                             •     Websites developed for all colleges

Equipment                    The following equipment were bought:
                             40 computers, 63 data projectors, 20 White boards ; 30 Drawing
                                   tables, 30 drawing chairs; 23 lecturers chairs; 720 Audio
                                   Typing Equipment ; Equipment for Engineering and related
                                   design (L2&3)
                             Equipment and furniture for finance, economic, accounting and
                                   office administration (L2&3); Equipment for civil engineering
                                   and construction (L2&3); Equipment for electrical
                                   infrastructure construction (L2&3); Equipment for Information
                                   technology (L3)
                             Equipment for hospitality (L2); Ehlanzeni: Tractor and ploughing
                                   equipment bought; Bakkie acquired. Nkangala: Horticulture
                                   equipment bought for Middelburg; Civil Engineering
                                   equipment bought for CN Mahlangu; 10 Lathes bought for
                                   Middelburg; Auto assembly and electrical equipment bought
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          2008/9 Q1 Achievements
           Transfer: R19 549 500                           Expenditure: R8 027 396



                                Curriculum
  Student support                                          Resourcing                       Training
                                 Support
4329 students received     Exemplar assessment        Textbooks are available for   85 lecturers trained for the
Bursaries out of 4953      tasks                      97 % of the learners          implementation on NC(V)
Student (buddy) tutoring                                                            Level 4
support programme has      Guidelines for assessing   18 classrooms, 2
been implemented in all    practical work             workshops, 2offices and 2
colleges                                              store rooms completed
                           Subject committees
                                                      Workshop equipment
                           Provincial curriculum      purchased
                           management committee

                           Guidelines in managing
                           curriculum



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We Thank You



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