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					PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ENTERPRISES

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

24 AUGUST 2005


                                  1
Table of Contents
•   Introduction
•   Guiding principles and legislative imperatives
•   Strategic objectives
•   Women empowerment in DPE
•   DPE’s oversight responsibility
•   Women in SOE boards
•   Trends in women empowerment
•   Gender equity at Senior management
•   Procurement
•   Skills development and training
•   Corporate Social Investments
•   SOEs Three year Plans for Women Empowerment
•   Challenges and summary


                                                     2
Introduction

 DPE’s vision is “To play a leadership
 role within the economy in the areas of
 corporate governance and national
 policy implementation”




                                       3
Guiding policies & legislative imperatives


  • Constitution in respect of promotion of gender equity
  • Employment Equity of 1998
  • Preferential Procurement Policy Framework of 2000
  • Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment of 2003
  • Triple bottom line reporting in line with the King II
    Report on Corporate Governance




                                                            4
  Strategic Objectives
      DPE Core               Strategic objective          Planned Action              Target
     Programmes

Increased level of         Leverage the              Review procurement           Review annually
investments in Public      investments spend to      policies of SOEs’s to
Infrastructure             promote SMMEs, BEE        ensure leverage is
                           & women empowerment       maximized

Increased levels of        Increased participation   Review the Disposal          Review as and
Investments in the first   of women owned            Guidelines and advise on     when Disposal
economy                    enterprises               the levels of women          Guidelines are
                                                     participation                submitted

Enhance Economic           Ensure that SOEs are      Monitor compliance with      Annually
Inclusion                  compliant with their      respective sector charters
                           respective charters




                                                                                               5
DPE’s oversight responsibility

• Directing the strategic direction of SOEs on
  Transformation
• Board Appointment
• Signing of annual Shareholder Compacts
• Monitoring implementation of national policy of
  gender equity and BEE
• Setting of KPIs through Corporate Plans
• Quarterly and annual reporting


                                                    6
DPE’s oversight responsibility
                                      Legislation
                       Public sector Preferential Procurement Act
                       Black Economic Empowerment act 0f 2003
                                Skills Development Act
                                Employment Equity Act




                                       Lever
                                   Shareholder Compacts
                                   Corporate Plans
                                   KPIs and Targets
                                   SOEs Policies
                                   Quarterly and Annual Reporting
                                   Social Responsibility ( CSI)




                                      Drivers
                                        Eskom
                                        Denel
                                       Transnet
                                      Arivia.kom
                                       Alexkor
                                       Alexkor
  Social Empowerment                                                Economic Empowerment


                                                                                           7
Women Empowerment in DPE

      GENDER



           44%

                   56%




         MALE     FEMALE



                           8
Women Empowerment in DPE

Gender Distribution at Senior Management Levels: June 05

 Salary Level    Total Posts     Males        Females
                    Filled
DG                                                1
DDG                  3             2              1
Chief Director       10            7              2
Director             28            13            15
Total SMS            41            23            19


                                                      9
Women in SOE Boards 2002 - 2004
              8
                               7
              7
                           6
              6
 Membership




              5
                  4   4                                             2002
              4
                                                                    2004
              3
                                     2   2
              2
                                               1   1
              1
                                                           0   0
              0
                  Eskom   Transnet   Denel   Arivia.kom   Alexkor
                                     SOE



                                                                           10
Trends in Women Empowerment Continued


• 13% of top companies(49 in total) have 25% or more as women
  directors- dominated by SOEs


• 70,6% of SOEs (12 out of 17) have 25% or more women as
  directors compared to 10,4% of JSE-listed companies


• Women’s representation in executive management : 19,8%,
  and about 31,3% of is in SOEs


                                                        11
Trends in Women Empowerment Continued

• From about 54 top companies, only 14,5% have 25% or more
  women in the executive manager pool


• None of the biggest 25 companies have women constituting
  255 or more of their executive managers


• As at September 2004 there were 8 women CEOs/MD, which
  translates to 2,2%: 1,1% in JSE listed companies and 23,5%
  SOEs


                                                         12
Trends in Women Empowerment continued




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                                                                  Women as % of SOE Directors




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                                C   or
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                                             30%
                                                                                                Trends in Women Empowerment : Directors




14
Trends in Women Empowerment : Chairpersons




                                       15
Gender Equity at Senior Management
              All Levels – Eskom Female Staff
  25%

  20%

  15%                                                          African Female
                                                               Asian Female
  10%                                                          Coloured Female
                                                               White Female
   5%                                                          Eskom Total

   0%
        YTD      2003      2001     1999     1997
                           Year


              Year      African   Asian    Coloured   Whites   Total

              1997      4%        1%       1%         9%       14 %

              2005      12 %      1%       2%         8%       23 %


                                                                                 16
Gender Equity at Senior Management continued
                 Eskom Gender Statistics July 2005
        90


        80

        70

        60

        50
    %   40
                                                                                                       Total
                                                                                              Female    22609
        30
                                                                                              Male      6724
        20

        10

           0
                                                        Semi
               Top Mgt   Snr Mgt   Mid Mgt   Superv.             Unskilled Learners   Total
                                                       skilled

    Female       19        20        18        57        15         12       47        23
    Male         81        80        82        43        85         88       53        77




                                                                                                               17
Gender Equity at Senior Management continued
                      Denel Gender Statistics January 2005

                 45
                 40
                 35
    Percentage



                 30
                 25
                 20
                 15
                 10
                  5
                  0
                       Management


                                       Management




                                                                               Technical
                                                    Engineers




                                                                                                     Total Female
                                                                Scientists




                                                                                           Support




                                                                                                       Strength
                         Sr/Exec




                                    2002/2003          2003/2004             2004/2005*
                                                                                                                    18
Employment equity continued
                  Denel :Senior/Executive Management
              9
              8
              7
 Percentage




              6
              5
              4
              3
              2
              1
              0
                      Female




                                            Coloured




                                                             Female




                                                                          Female
                      African




                                                              Indian
                                            Female




                                                                           White
                                2002/2003        2003/2004   2004/2005*
                                                                                   19
Employment equity continued
                   Transnet Women Statistics

60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
 0%
      1999- 2000       2000-2001          2001-2002           2002-2003         2003-2004

                    102-103   104-106   109-610   102-103   104-106   109-610




                                                                                            20
Procurement
                                 Eskom Procurement from WBE

                    900
                                                              814
                    800


                    700


                    600
Actual Spend (Rm)




                                          517
                    500
                                                                     Actual Spend
                    400


                    300

                          197
                    200


                    100


                     0
                          2002            2003                2004




                                                                         21
Procurement continued
                                                      Denel: Spend on Women Organisation

               2500

                                                                                                                        2219


               2000
                                                                                                           1854
Amount in Rm




               1500                                                                           1396
                                                                                 1285
                                                                      1183                                                        Total Women Spend
                                        1160
                                                                                                                                  Total Not Women Spend

               1000



                            497
               500                                    422

                                                                                                        183          219
                                                                              127          138
                                   40                            75
                       18                        34
                 0
                      Fin-03-04   Fin-04-05    April-to-Jul-   Target-05-06 Target-06-07 Target-07-08 Target-08-09 Target-09-10
                                                 05/06
                                                                      Tim e period




                                                                                                                                                 22
Procurement continued
                                 Transnet Procurement

      Women-owned Enterprise                 Nature of work     Contract value
Ego Specialised Services c.c.       Onboard services                    R3 109 000
Mama Africa Projects c.c.           Onboard services                    R3 289 000
Elmaakketsi Agency c.c.             Cleaning services                   R3 130 000
Sahar Security c.c.                 Security services                   R5 786 000
Ukutula Shalom Impact Security
                                    Security services                   R5 470 000

Isidingo Trading                    Supply of ration packs              R2 879 000
Westmead Engineering                Manufacture and supply of
                                    balance weights, various            R3 194 600

Powertrans                          Repair of transmissions             R3 500 000




                                                                                 23
Skills development and training in Denel
EXTERNAL BURSARIES 2004/2005
         FIELD OF STUDY        TOTAL          GENDER
                                       MALE       FEMALE
Chemical Engineering            12      10             2
Aeronautical Engineering        10      6              4
Mechanical Engineering          17      14             3
Electrical Engineering          12      11             1
Industrial Engineering           5      3              2
Technical Software Systems       3      3              0
Electronic Engineering          66      54             12
Computer Engineering            16      9              7
Marketing                        9      6              3
B Tech                           4      3              1
Commerce                        10      6              4
GRAND TOTAL                     164    125             39


                                                            24
Skills development and training in Denel

Centre for Learning and Development:
•The School of Business Leadership
•The School of Aerospace
•The School of Land Systems
•The Denel Youth Foundation Training Programme


Skills Development Projects:
•Through eight sector education and training authorities
•Focus on Engineers, Scientists and Technicians
•External training within South Africa & Abroad
•External training in Nepad countries

                                                           25
 Skills development & training in Transnet
Transnet Executive Women Development Programme &
leadership programmes at three levels namely;

  • Transnet Executive Development Programme

  • Transnet Business Driven Action Learning programme (GIBS)

  • Transnet Management Development Programme (Wits )

  • Transnet Emerging Leadership Programme (through Esselenpark &
  UNISA)

  • 43 % Forty of women at all management levels have participated in
  the leadership programmes over the last 18 months.


                                                                    26
Skills development and training in Transnet

  • Women participation ranges from 37% in 2003 to 71% in
    2004

  • 34% beneficiaries are internal female bursars, and 39,4%
    external bursars

  • Women who have undergone technical training in Transnet
    declining:
     •   2000/1   -      7,2%
     •   2001/2   -      9,2%
     •   2002/3   -      3,2%
     •   2003/4   -      2,6%



                                                          27
Skills development and training in Eskom
Occupation         Eskom Training 2004-2005
                   African                        Coloureds               Indians                 Whites                        Total
                   M          F          D        M         F         D   m         F         d   m          f          d       m       f          d
Senior officials       484        205         0       89        65    0       192        74   0       667         156       1    1432        500       1
and
managers/owne
r managers
Professionals          609        509         2       154       81    0       297       106   0       992         155       3    2052        851       5
Technicians            2915       1976        2       652       235   0       568       217   0       3026        797       6    7161       3225       8
Clerical/adminis       2879       1187        3       485       352   0       230       269   0       1401       1245       0    4995       3053       3
trative workers
Agricultural             5          0         0        0         0    0        0          0   0         1           0       0       6          0       0
workers
Skilled workers        5306       862         2    1065         264   0       83         57   0       2873        753       0    9327       1936       2
Plant/machine          1194        83         5       89        22    0       11          0   0       204          22       4    1498        127       9
operators and
assemblers
Labourers              5668       155         4       412       46    0       117        37   0       635         117       0    6832        355       4
Apprentices and        1263       962         0       533       128   0       55         21   0       219          34       0    2070       1145       0
Section 18 (2)
learners

Total              20323      5939           18   3479      1193      0   1553          781   0   10018          3279   14      3537        1119   32
                                                                                                                                   3           2




                                                                                                                                              28
Skills development & training in Eskom                                  continued

 ESKOM BURSARIES AND SCHOLARSHIPS
                                  FEMALE          Total               MALE          Total   Grand Total

                       B     A         C    W              B     A      C    W

 EMPLOYEE SUBGROUP
     DESCRIPTION

 Bridging              23              2    2      27      9            1            10         37

 Eskom Univ. Bursar    290   44        20   110   464     546    74    46    244    910        1374

 Merit Tech. Bursar    19    1         2           22     45     1      3    1       50         72

 Merit Univ. Bursar    18    1         1    5      25     22                 2       24         49

 Straszacher           133             8    199   340     183          10    205    398        738

 Tech.College Bursar   97              10   7     114     116    6     19    37     178        292

 Technikon Bursar      108   4         6    9     127     43     5      3    18      69        196

 Van Der Bijl          130   2         15   358   505     154    3     15    267    439        944


 Grand Total           817   52        64   690   1624    1118   89    97    774    2078       3702




                                                                                                     29
Corporate Social Investments

Portfolios that most benefit women:

•   Health
•   Education
•   Business Development
•   Rural / Community development


                                      30
Corporate Social Investments continued
 Achievements

 •   Roundabout play pump water project, are at rural primary schools in the Eastern
     Cape (10), KwaZulu –Natal (15) & limpopo(15) Eskom women Development
     programme committed a budget of R1.8 M the project to provide clean drinking
     water ( Improved well being)

 •   Alone in 2003 R 7 million was spend on women’s development programme

 •   R 2.4 million was spent on 209 women farmers.

 •   Community/ Rural development .eg in terms of skills development and
     entrepreneurial training , 325 business people were trained in Gauteng , with
     majority coming from women (2001) and in 2003 a total of 3 3000 women
     benefited from various projects



                                                                                 31
Corporate Social Investments continued
 Achievements

 • Transnet and Eskom rated amongst the biggest CIS spenders in SA, (
   The CSI Handbook, Trialogue)

 • Eskom has a dedicated Women’s development programme, which is
   targeted at projects that are carried by out by women

 • In 2004/05 Eskom Women Development programme assisted a
   mattress- manufacturing in Mpumalanga by purchasing equipment &
   also ensured that project members were trained and they supply hospital
   and, hospices & correctional services and employ seven women



                                                                      32
The Next Three Years

• Denel has just started a restructuring of its
  business and at this stage no future
  projections are possible.

• The restructuring may result in the closure
  of on employment and black economic
  empowerment.


                                                  33
Denel Targets for 2005 - 2006
CATEGORY OF TRAINING/DEVELOPMENT   GROWTH %
                                    TARGET
Technical Training                   60%

Management and Leadership            30%

SHE                                  20%

Apprentices and Learnerships         10%

Marketing                            30%

Skills Technology Transfer           30%

DYFTP                                50%



                                              34
The Next Three Years


• Eskom is planning to achievement 40%
  women representation at senior
  management and professional level




                                         35
Eskom’s Gender Equity Targets

     40


     35


     30


     25


 %   20


     15


     10


      5


      0

          2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008




                                                    36
The Next Three Years


 In view of the restructuring process
  within Transnet, the employment
  equity targets are currently being
  reviewed.



                                        37
Summary and Challenges
• Need to create a standard framework for
  SOEs reporting

• SOEs should communicate their successes
  on women empowerment

• Shareholder Compact to be used as an
  instrument for future planning on women
  empowerment
                                            38
Challenges and Summary continued

• DPE will continue continue to work with the
  office on the status of women in the
  Presidency on women empowerment in
  SOEs

• There is a need to address the shortage of
  women with requisite technical skills


                                                39
Challenges and Summary continued

• The aim is to break the 25% ceiling in the
  short term and to reach 50% women
  empowerment in 2009

• Training and mentoring of women is crucial
  to prepare women for management and
  technical roles in the workplace


                                               40
The end


          Thank you.




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