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									CONDITIONAL GRANTS &
 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
   1st Quarter Report
       2009/2010
 GAUTENG EDUCATION
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                   Content
• Conditional Grants
  – Infrastructure
  – HIV / AIDS
  – Nutrition Programme
• Capital Expenditure




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                   CONDITIONAL GRANTS

                            CONDITIONAL GRANTS


GRANT               TOTAL GRANT           TOTAL SPENT           % SPENT


Infrastructure      R 257,612,000.00      R 62,821,097.00                 24.39%


HIV/AIDS            R 25,253,000.00       R      2,140,000.00              8.47%


School Nutrition    R 251,590,000.00      R 52,407,243.00                 20.83%


TOTAL               R 534,455,000.00      R 117,368,340.00                21.96%


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          INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT
• Budget of R257, 612m was allocated.
• 1st Quarter spending – 24.39%
• The financial system reflects 4.59% due to
  allocations used from provincial equitable share
  instead of allocations from conditional grant
  funding.
• This has been adjusted and reflects in the second
  quarter report.

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           INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT
• The grant is unconditional in terms of its
  utilisation, it forms an integral part of the CAPEX
  budget and has not been ring fenced for specific
  types of projects
• Majority of projects funded are implemented by
  the Department of Infrastructure Development in
  Gauteng




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           INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT
• The following projects are done iro of grant:
  – New Schools prior to 2006 – 18 schools (final accounts
    and completion of minor outstanding items to be
    concluded)
  – Alternative Schools – 5 schools erected (latent/patent
    defects to be rectified and minor outstanding items to
    be completed)
  – New Schools 2008 -10 schools (R84m of grant has been
    earmarked to top up the predicted total expenditure of
    R258m for this year.


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           INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT
• The following projects are done iro of grant:
  – Additions – 18 projects, final accounts need to be
    concluded, R25m earmarked for Mandisa Schieceka
    Secondary School
  – Upgrading office accommodation – completion of
    Sebokeng College R1,2m
  – Upgrading of Schools – 21 projects
  – Fencing – completion of 2008/2009 projects
  – Replacement of temporary classrooms
  – Replacement of chemical toilets – provision of 67 toilet
    blocks
  – Upgrading of ex-North West Schools – 39 schools 7
                  HIV/AIDS GRANT
• Budget of R25, 253m was allocated
• 1st quarter spending is at 8.47%
• Although spending is low in this quarter, the outputs are
  being delivered according to business plan.
• Programmes that were activated during the June holidays
  were only be paid in the second quarter. These
  commitments amount to R9,9m.
• The DDG: Curriculum meets with the district teams as
  from July to track delivery of programmes and
  expenditure.

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             HIV/AIDS GRANT cont.
• New direction has been provided in respect of
  support and care of orphans and vulnerable
  children.
• Plans have been adjusted to accommodate this
  new directive.
  – To establish an after care centre in each of the 15
    districts.
  – This is done in collaboration with the Department of
    Health and Social Development in the Province.
  – Other objectives have been aligned to enhance support
    of this mandate                                      9
             HIV/AIDS GRANT cont.
• Advocacy
  – Concentration on behaviour change, not just awareness
  – Targeting ex model C schools and farm schools
• Teacher Development
  – Training given to align what happens in the classroom
    with programme of after care centres
  – Targeting parents, sgb’s and school based support
    teams and life skills eduacators
• Peer Education & Support
  – Empower youth to support other vulnerable youth
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              HIV/AIDS GRANT cont.
• Monitoring and Evaluation
  – Monitor and support after care centres
  – Monitor compliance of the programme
• Learner Support Materials
  – Reviewing current materials in circulation
• Management & Administration
  – Developed HIV and AIDS provincial policy
• Care and Support
  – Implementation of National Framework for care and
    support for teaching and learning
  – Establish after care centres                     11
         NUTRITION PROGRAMME GRANT
• Budget of R251,590m was allocated
• The budget includes an amount of R9,015m for preparation of
  Quintile 2 secondary school feeding from 1 April 2010.
• 1st quarter spending is at 20.83%
• There has been no deviation from the business plan in this quarter
• The cost for feeding Quintile 1 secondary is only for 2 months due
  to start date of 1 April 2009. (cost is R3,8m)
• Expenditure related to the remuneration of voluntary helpers for
  the 1st quarter has not been claimed by service providers on a
  regular basis and therefore contributed to the under expenditure in
  this quarter (cost is R3.1m). Service Providers have been notified
  to comply with immediate effect.
• The expenditure for June amounts to R14m which has been paid in
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  the second quarter.
   NUTRITION PROGRAMME GRANT cont.
• Feeding to 42 Quintile 1 secondary schools have
  been completed as from April 2009, extending
  feeding to 38000 learners.
• As part of the expansion of this programme, 194
  unemployed parents have been provided with
  work and receive a monthly stipend.
• Feeding costs is R2 per learner per day, which
  includes hot meals plus porridge prior to school
  starts.
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                CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
• Budget of R742, 851m was allocated.
   – Buildings & other fixed structures – R712,851m
   – Machinery & Equipment – R30m
• 1st Quarter spending – 22.87% (R169,905m) (140,323
  capital+R29,582 current)
• The Department has agreed with a new method of
  payment due to cash flow problems experienced by the
  Department of Infrastructure Development (DID).
• The Department will make quarterly payments starting
  July 2009 to the DID for planned work and will reconcile
  the work done at the end of the quarter and adjust further
  payments accordingly.                                 14
                  CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
Infrastructure - Progress 1st Quarter 2009/10:
New schools
• 4 schools were completed
• With the exception of Freedom Park SS no.1 and Khutsong South PS,
  all other SSI / Mafuri and IDT schools are earmarked for completion in
  2009.
• Of the 25 new schools being implemented by DID, 9 are in
  construction, 1 – pending award to a contractor.
Grade R facilities
• Mobile Grade R classrooms will be utilised to supplement Brick and
  Mortar classes.
• The proto-type design for Grade R facilities is also being revisited to
  make provision for 4 instead of 2 classrooms per Grade R unit
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                 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
Infrastructure - Progress 1st Quarter 2009/10:
Additions
• All projects are expected to be fully completed before the end of
  2009/10 (including settlement of final accounts).
• Major additions at Vukozi and Gontse have reached the stage of
  practical completion and Mandisa Schicika is nearing completion
Fencing
• 9 GDE projects and 39 DID projects have reached the stage of
  practical completion.
• The fences erected by DID were not done in accordance with GDE
  specifications and poor workmanship has been recorded at some
  schools. The matter has been discussed with DID and remedial action
  is being taken.
• No provision for new palisade fencing for 2009/10.            16
                    CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
Infrastructure - Progress 1st Quarter 2009/10:
Mobile structures
•   189 mobile toilet blocks (to replace chemical toilets) and 73 mobile classrooms
    were delivered at various schools. Electrical connections and the provision of
    conservancy/septic tanks and finalisation of snag list items are being attended
    to. A further 30 classrooms and 4 toilet blocks for Oakdale Secondary School
    are to be procured shortly.
Inappropriate structures
•   The upgrading of 39 ex North West schools has reached the stage of practical
    completion.




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                   CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
Infrastructure - Progress 1st Quarter 2009/10:
LSEN Schools
•   Project implementation plans with regard to a palisade fence for Emmasdal,
    lifts for disabled learners at Clapham High and Noordheuwel Secondary as well
    as the upgrading / provision of incontinence clinics are being discussed with
    DID and implementation will be activated in the second quarter.


Rehabilitation projects
•   31 minor projects implemented by GDE’s Works Inspectorate have reached
    the stage of practical completion
•   20 major projects implemented by DID have reached the stage of practical
    completion.



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                   CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
Infrastructure - Progress 1st Quarter 2009/10:
Maintenance (call centre)
•   This budget is used for emergency repairs.


Office Accommodation
•   Planning of the Gauteng West district office has been finalized.
•   The Sebokeng College project will be completed during 2009/10 and the GCR
    Academy project has been scheduled to start in July 2009 with a targeted
    completion date of 2011.
•   Funds for the GCRA project (projection of R37m for 2009/10) need to be
    added to the CAPEX budget as provision for the project was not made in BS3.




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