Unpacking policy imperatives - Mpumalanga Provincial Government

Report
Unpacking Policy
Imperatives
Senior Management Summit
26-28 November 2015
Presentation Outline
• The National Development Plan (Vision 2030) – a shared and
inclusive vision for the country
• Mpumalanga Vision 2030 – An Implementation Framework for
the NDP
• The Mpumalanga Growth and Development Path – economic
growth and development priorities
• Political Imperatives for the current term of government –
translating the election ANC manifesto into a five-year
programme of government (2014-2019)
• On the capacity of the state – ‘cry the beloved senior
management service’ – reflections on fitness for purpose
Introduction
• In the 20 Years since the advent of democracy, South Africa has been
on a journey towards a destination that is broadly labelled, “a better
life for all”.
• Whilst this objective remains the same going into the future, it is now
more clearly expressed in the country’s National Development Plan
(NDP), which provides a detailed roadmap for development in the
years leading up to 2030.
• For effective implementation and meaningful impact to be derived
from this plan, the country needs to be guided by a developmental
democratic state “capable of mobilizing all sectors and boldly
intervening in the economy in favour of workers and the poor”.
The National Development Plan
(2030)
A “multidimensional strategic framework” to bring about
development by guiding key choices and actions
The National Development Plan (2030)
• The next 20 Years, the journey to 2030, is characterized as the second phase of
the country’s democratic transition.
• This “2nd phase” focuses on the critical role that a robust economy plays in
eliminating poverty and unemployment, supporting sustainable livelihoods and
reducing inequality.
• The National Development Plan (NDP) aims to eliminate poverty and reduce
inequality by 2030, and “lays the foundation for long term planning for this radical
socio-economic agenda over the next 20 years.”
• The National Development Plan institutionalizes long term planning and gives
expression to the policy continuity characterizing the past, and informing the
next, 20 Years
• The NDP represents a broad “multidimensional strategic framework” to bring
about development by guiding key choices and actions
• Progress in one area supports advances in others (priorities / linkages) e.g.
improved education will lead to higher employment and earnings
The National Development Plan (2030)
• Cornerstones of the NDP include strategic and visionary
leadership at all levels, an active citizenry and effective government
• “Progress over the next two decades means doing things
differently”
• Provinces have been directed by the NPC to “integrate NDP
proposals and priorities within provincial government programmes” by
reflecting these in the
• planning framework
• resource allocation and
• performance monitoring processes.
• NDP = “high level planning” for Provincially “focused
implementation”.
NDP Thematic Focus Areas
• Policy making in a complex environment
• Demographic trends
• Economy & employment
• Economy infrastructure – the foundation of social & economic development
• Environmental sustainability – an equitable transition to a low carbon economy
• An integrated and inclusive rural economy
• Transforming human settlement and the national space economy
• Positioning South Africa in the world
• Improving education, training & innovation
• Promoting health
• Social protection
• Building safer communities
• Building a capable and developmental state
• Fighting corruption
• Transforming society & uniting the country
MPUMALANGA VISION 2030
A Provincial implementation response to
the National Development Plan.
Mpumalanga Vision 2030
• Mpumalanga Vision 2030 provides a provincial
expression of the key priorities, objectives and targets
enumerated in the NDP and expressed within the
manifesto
• It is a focused and strategic implementation framework
that provides a direct implementation response to the
National Development Plan.
• The framework describes the Province’s approach to
realizing the objectives of the NDP in the provincial
context
• It builds on and informs past & existing sectoral and
related planning interventions in MP
Provincial Planning Landscape & Linkages
Mpumalanga
Economic
Growth &
Development
Path
Human
Resources
Development
Strategy
Infrastructure
Master Plan
MP
V2030
Comprehensive
Rural
Development
Programme
Mpumalanga
Spatial
Framework
Human
Settlement
Master Plan
Mpumalanga V2030 Overall Objectives
V2030 provides a strategic overview in order to:
• Set high level provincial targets
• Facilitate decision making and prioritisation
• Inform choices and trade offs
• Locate strategies, programmes and projects within a focused spatial
representation of the content and intention
Organizing Structure of the Framework
• Economy & employment
• Improving education,
training & innovation
• Healthcare for all
• Social Protection
SOCIO ECONOMIC
OUTCOMES
• Economic Infrastructure
• Transforming human
settlements
• Environmental
sutainability & resilience
• Inclusive rural economy
• Building a capable &
developmental state
• Fighting corruption
• Building supportive, safe
& cohesive communities.
MECHANISMS
CONDITIONS
Mpumalanga V2030: Priority Outcomes
• In line with the principles of the NDP, V2030 highlights the following
socio economic outcomes as priorities :
• Employment & Economic Growth
• Education and Training
• Health care for all
• Social Protection
• These priorities do not imply that the “normal business of government”
should be deferred, but rather aim to focus the activities and decisions
of the Province on key areas leveraging high impact for improved and
sustainable long term socio-economic development in Mpumalanga.
• The achievement of these outcomes is further dependent on the critical
success factors described as “mechanisms” and “conditions” below.
Critical Success Factors: Mechanisms and Conditions
• In order for the socio-economic outcomes to be achieved, key mechanisms must be
in place to facilitate the achievement of objectives.
• In turn, these mechanisms require the strong foundations of a capable
developmental state and a safe and cohesive society
Mechanisms
Economic Infrastructure
Conditions
A capable and developmental
state
Integrated Human
Settlements
Reduced corruption and
increased accountability
Environmental
Sustainability
Supportive, safe and cohesive
communities.
Inclusive Rural Economy
Setting Vision 2030 Targets
• Mpumalanga Vision 2030 includes key targets for the
Province that are in line with those expressed in the NDP.
• These targets have been developed with due
consideration given to the specific demographic,
institutional, spatial and socio economic advantages and
challenges of the Province.
• In addition, “key considerations” that should inform
future planning and decision making within the context of
Vision 2030 have been added in order to provide a
meaningful context for the targets.
V2030 Targets: Economy & Unemployment
Indicator
NDP Target
Mpumalanga V2030 Target
Unemployment Rate
6%
6%
Number of Employed
11 million additional jobs
1.2 million additional jobs
Total employment to 2.1 million to
achieve 6% unemployment rate
GDP Growth Rate
Average annual GDP growth above
5%
Average annual GDP growth above
5%
GDP per capita
Raise per capita GDP to R110 000 in Raise per capita GDP to R110 000 in
constant prices
constant prices
Lower bound poverty
line – R416 per person
(2009 prices)
Reduce the proportion of households Reduce the proportion of households
with a monthly income below lower
with a monthly income below lower
bound poverty line to 0%
bound poverty line to 0%
Gini Co-efficient (Income
inequality)
0.6
0.6
The proportion of income earned by
the bottom 40% in SA should rise to
10% by 2030
The proportion of income earned by
the bottom 40% in SA should rise to
10% by 2030
Linking the National Development Plan to the MEGDP ( targets up to 2020)
CREATE
JOBS
TRANSFORMATION
AND UNITY
EXPAND
INFRASTRUCTURE
TRANSITION
TO LOW
CARBON
ECONOMY
FIGHT
CORRUPTION
MEGDP
TRANSFORM
URBAN AND
RURAL SPACES
BUILD A
CAPABLE STATE
PROVIDE
QUALITY
HEALTHCARE
EDUCATION
AND TRAINING
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Job Drivers
Infrastructure
For Employment and
Development
Economic Infrastructure
Social Infrastructure
Spatial Development:
Rural Development
Regional & International Cooperation
“Job drivers” to create
employment opportunities
and implement policies to take
advantage of them
Investing in Social
Capital & Public
Service
The social economy
The public sector
Job Creation in Strategic
Economic Sectors:
Agriculture & Forestry Value
Chain
Mining and Mineral Beneficiation
Manufacturing
Tourism and Cultural Industries
Seizing the Potential
for New economies:
Green Economy
ICT
MEGDP: COMPONENTS
IMPLEMENTATION FORUM
Skills
Development &
Capacity
Building
HRDS
Rural
Development
Infrastructure
INFRASTRUCTURE &
WATER MASTER
PLANS
CRDP STRATEGY
Beneficiation
/Production
INDUSTRIAL PLAN +
TRADE &
INVESTMENT PLAN
Agriculture & Forestry
Mining
Manufacturing
Tourism
Energy &Green Economy
ICT
P
O
A
Youth, PDI’s
SMME’s
Co-ops
Large Industry
Youth, PDI’s
SMME’s
Co-ops
JOBS
Youth, PDI’s
SMME’s
Co-ops
Large Industry
P
O
A
Youth, PDI’s
SMME’s
Co-ops
Large Industry
SPATIAL FRAMEWORK + ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK & BDCP
MEGDP FRAMEWORK
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20
MEGDP OBJECTIVES & TARGETS
Unemployme
nt
MEGDP Targets
• Reduce the
unemployment rate
to 15% by 2020
• Therefore creating
720,000 new jobs
• Move from 890 000
employed in 2010 to
1.6 million employed
in 2020
Inequality
Poverty
• Reduce inequality
by enhancing the skill
set of the labour
force, fixed capital
investment and
improvements in
education.
• Reducing the Ginicoefficient from 0,65
to 0,55
• Reduce the poverty
rate from the 2009 level
of 47.8% to 25% by
2020.
• Focus will be on job
creation through public
works programmes,
employment guarantee
schemes, education and
skills attainment
Foundation: 5-7% provincial GDP growth per annum
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V2030 Targets: Health Care for All
Indicator
NDP Target
Mpumalanga V2030 Target
Life
Expectancy
Improve average male & female Improve average male & female life expectancy at
life expectancy at birth to 70
birth to 70 years
years
Universal
access
Universal access to an equal
standard of care regardless of
income
Universal access to an equal standard of care
regardless of income
In addition to these targets, the NDP includes the following objectives that should be
considered by the Province:
•
Progressively improve TB prevention & cure
•
Significantly reduce the prevalence of non-communicable chronic diseases.
•
Reduce maternal, infant & child mortality
•
Reduce injury, accidents & violence by 50% from 2010 levels
Health Care for All: Key Considerations
Mpumalanga Province currently faces a quadruple Burden of Disease - HIV /AIDS,
TB, high maternal and child mortality and violence and injuries.
The South African health care system is characterized as fragmented and
inequitable due to the huge disparities that exist between the public and private
health sectors with regards to the availability of financial and human resources,
accessibility and delivery of health services.
If Mpumalanga is to achieve the above targets, due consideration must be given to
the following approaches:
1. Reduce the burden on clinics and hospitals by increasing the available
resources and training for home based care and professional community health
workers.
2. Expand, upgrade and maintain the entire provincial health infrastructure
3. Bridge the division between public and private facilities by using PPPs to build
the professional, managerial and system efficiencies of public hospitals and clinics.
V2030 Targets: Education, Training & Innovation
Indicator
NDP Target
Mpumalanga V2030 Target
Pre -school education
All children should have at least 2
years of pre-school education
90% of learners in grades 3, 6 &9 must
achieve 50% or more in ANA
All children should have at least 2 years of
pre-school education
90% of learners in grades 3, 6 &9 must
achieve 50% or more in ANA
Throughput rate
Between 80% & 90% of learners
should complete 12 years of schooling
or vocational training
Improve throughput rate of learners to at
least 80%
Matric pass rate
80% of abovementioned learners
should pass exit exams
Expand science, technology &
innovation outputs by increasing R&D
spending by government & by
encouraging industry to do so
80% of abovementioned learners should
pass exit exams
Gross expenditure of research &
development (GERD) in MP as a
percentage of provincial GDP to increase to
at least 2%
ANA average mark
Innovation
In addition to these targets, the NDP includes the following objectives that should be considered by the
Province:
•
Eradicate infrastructure backlogs & ensure that all schools meet the minimum standards by
2016
•
Develop programmes and partnerships that produce sufficient artisans to meet the economies
needs
•
Increase the number of students eligible to study towards maths & science based degrees.
Education, Training & Innovation: Key Considerations
An effective and efficient education system is central to the creation of employment
opportunities, economic development, health and citizen engagement with the public
sector. In Mpumalanga, the proposed targets are only achievable with due consideration
of the following:
1. Teaching must be regarded as an essential service. The province must improve
teacher development programmes and performance management systems.
2. The standard and quality of education and educators, as well as school
management and organisation is a key priority
3. The learning environment of Mpumalanga’s children must be drastically improved
and this requires addressing the infrastructure backlog (classrooms, water, sanitation,
electricity and fencing) as well as issues of health and nutrition.
4. The Human Resource Development Strategy must be adequately resourced and
operationalised as the province’s human capital development model for education from
the foundation phases through to employment.
5. The balance between technical, academic and entrepreneurial skills must be
improved. This should also include linking curriculum content with industry needs and
“building local talent”.
6. The Mpumalanga University should support the development of priority and scarce
skills in the Province.
Five Year Strategic Focus
Key commitments from the ruling party manifesto
2014 – 2019 Priorities
• The ruling party’s election manifesto sets out the main priorities for
government for the next five years, including the implementation of the
National Development Plan
• As stated in the manifesto, government will build on the progress made in
implementing the priorities of the 2009-2014 planning cycles. The 2014-2019
manifesto priorities are as follows:
• Creation of more jobs, decent work & sustainable livelihoods for
inclusive growth
• Rural development, land reform and food security
• Human Settlements and basic services
• Education and Training
• Health
• Fighting crime and corruption
Democratic Developmental State
In order to achieve the targets set for these manifesto priorities, the
ruling party has undertaken to build a democratic developmental
state by:
• Institutionalising long term planning
• Driving infrastructure and industrial development
• Forging a disciplined, people centred & professional public service
• Supporting and providing oversight for local government
• Empowering citizens to play a greater role in development.
Economy and Jobs
• Investment in industrialisation and infrastructure expansion that unlocks
economic opportunities and creates jobs
• Promotion of local procurement
• Transformation of the mining sector and beneficiation of mineral wealth
• Production of more and cleaner energy
• Better freight and passenger transport
• Rapid expansion of access to and use of ICT infrastructure
• Expansion of access to water
• Youth development - more empowered, educated & employed youth
• Public works for employment creation
• Extensive support to SMMEs and Cooperatives
Rural Development, Land & Agrarian
Reform & Food Security
• Increased investment in rural development through further implementation of
the CRDP
• Strengthening agricultural production and agro-industries
• Increased investment in agricultural infrastructure to support small holder
farmer development – irrigation, storage facilities and fencing
• Strengthen agricultural college education
• Encouraging investment for the production of bio-fuels from locally
produced crops
• Ensuring that all land reform farms are productive
• Enhancing the success of the recapitalisation programme
• Developing strong urban-rural linkages to grow sustainable rural enterprises
Human Settlements & Basic Services
• Overcome apartheid spatial development with integrated human settlement
residential programmes
• Provision of one million housing opportunities for qualifying households in
urban and rural settlements
• Accelerating the provision of basic services and infrastructure in all
existing informal settlements
• Eliminating the backlog of title deeds
• Increasing the number of housing units in better located mixed income
projects – especially in social, co-operative and rental housing to revitalise
inner cities, mining towns and developing cities.
Improving and Expanding Education &
Training
• Prioritisation of Early Childhood Development ECD)
• Improving the quality of teaching and learning in our schools
• Eradicating illiteracy
• Expanding and improving the capacity of the higher education and training
system
• Expanding school, college and University infrastructure
Health & Social Security
• Establishing the National Health Insurance (NHI) Fund (Flagship Project)
• Expanding free primary health care to benefit communities
• Reducing private health care costs
• Improving the quality of public health services
• Improving human resources for health – revitalisation and
professionalization
• Intensifying the fight against HIV/AIDS and TB
• Reducing maternal and child mortality and promoting women’s health
• Promoting healthy lifestyles
• Increasing the supply of social service professionals
• Finalising the comprehensive social protection policy
Fighting Crime & Corruption
• Reducing levels of contact crime – murder, rape and GBH
• Improving the CJS and the capacity of police, prosecutors, legal aid
and courts
• Strengthening anti-crime awareness campaigns
• Prioritising the incidence of domestic violence and crimes against
women and children
• Strengthening border control and immigration management
Medium Term Strategic Framework
2014-2019
Taking the first step towards the 2030 vision for South
Africa as described in the NDP.
Developing Mpumalanga’s 2014 – 2019
MTSF
NDP
MTSF
3-tiered planning system –
planning can now happen
within the context of a longterm strategic vision and
plan
Strategic Plans
MTSF can now be contextualised as a 5year plan to set the country on a positive
trajectory to achieving the long-term
vision
MTSF
2019
MTSF
2024
MTSF
2029
Developing Mpumalanga’s 2014 – 2019
MTSF
MTSF = 5 year expression – centred on
the 14 outcomes & associated targets &
actions drawn from the
NDP/Mpumalanga Vision 2030
Critical actions for
2014-2019
Precision w.r.t indicators &
targets to be achieved
Key
considerations
Outputs to be delivered &
responsible departments
identified
Find expression in
departmental strat plans
Mpumalanga MTSF: Guiding Principles
• Developmental & collaborative long term planning perspective
improves delivery and impact and eliminates duplication.
• MTSF 5 year targets are precise and presented in the context of
progress towards the 2030 objectives detailed in the Mpumalanga
Vision 2030 Strategic Implementation Framework – foundation,
consolidation and expansion
• The principle of utilizing “linkages and leverage” should be applied in
this MTSF period to lay a foundation for 2030 i.e. it may be necessary
to prioritize seemingly “insignificant” programmes in the medium term
(e.g. technical expertise / infrastructure maintenance programmes) in
order to unlock significant development impact in the long term.
Mpumalanga MTSF: Guiding Principles
• A core focus for the MTSF period is improved leadership and
management for effective programme implementation
• Guidelines for effective and strategic resource management
(financial, human, infrastructural, organisational) include
short/medium term trade offs for long term gain and effective monitoring
and evaluation.
• Increase efficiencies and build or partner for capacity
• Adopt a phased approach if there are insufficient resources to
respond to all the objectives simultaneously, immediately or to the
desired scale
• Generate sufficient, reliable data for evidence based prioritization
and choice
MTSF (2014-2019) Priorities
P1
P2
• Improved Economic Growth & Employment
• Improved Quality of Education & Training
P3
• Health System Effectiveness: A Robust Foundation for the Implementation
of the NHI
P4
• Adequate Infrastructure to Facilitate Achievement of Prioritised Outcomes
P5
• Improved Quality of Public Services at the Locus of Delivery
P6
• Fighting Crime & Corruption
Alignment with Government’s Strategic Focus
Human
Settlements
& Basic
Services
Education &
Training
P1: Improved Economic Growth &
Employment: Agricultural Value Chain &
Tourism Development
P2: Improve the
quality of
Education &
Training
Economy
and Jobs
Rural Dev.
Land Reform
& Food
Security
P4: Adequate infrastructure to facilitate
achievement of prioritized outcomes
P5: Improved quality of public services at
the locus of delivery
Health &
Social
Security
Fighting
Crime &
Corruption
P3: Create a
robust
foundation for
implementation
of the NHI
Strengthen
programs to
reduce
contact crime
(women &
children)
Enhance
capacity of
anticorruption
agencies.
P1: Improved Employment & Economic Growth
Key Targets
IMPACT INDICATORS
BASELINE
MPUMALANGA V2030 TARGET
2014-2019 TARGET
Unemployment Rate
26.6% in 3rd Quarter
2013
6% Unemployment Rate
16.4% Unemployment Rate
Number of Employed
156 000 jobs gained
from Q4: 2009 to
Q3:2013
2.1 million additional jobs
390 000 additional,
sustainable jobs (78 000 pa)
GDP Growth Rate
1.4% in 2012
Average annual GDP growth
above 5%
Average annual GDP growth
above 5%
GDP per capita
GDP per capita of R48
000 (2012)
41. 6% in 2011
Raise per capita GDP to R110 000
in constant prices
Reduce the proportion of
households with a monthly income
below lower bound poverty line to
5%
Raise per capita GDP in
constant prices to R79 000
The poverty rate should be
26%
Lower bound poverty
line – R416 per person
(2009 prices)
The province is required to create 78 000 jobs per annum until 2030 in order to meet the NDP target of a
6% unemployment rate.
There will be sufficient new entrants and enough in the unemployed & discouraged pools to achieve the
above - the question is whether the provincial economy can create the required number of jobs year
after year.
In addition, will the new entrants be able to offer prospective employers the specific skills they require?
P1: Economic Growth and Employment
Key Economic
sectors
Regional and
international
cooperation
Economic
growth and
employment
Inclusive rural
economy
Economic
Infrastructure
development
Key Economic Sectors
Agriculture
Tourism
Mining
Sector Priorities
Increase food and
livestock production
Agriculture
Promote export
markets
Invest in agriculture
infrastructure
Key Actions
1. Provide comprehensive support to farmers for targeted
commodities
2. Prioritise land reform farms to increase production
3. Invest in irrigation schemes for sustainable production
4. Provide comprehensive support to small scale farmers and
cooperatives
5. Establish a fresh produce market for local and
international markets
6. Implement targeted skills development programmes in the
sector
Sector Priorities
Marketing & branding
Tourism
Product
development
Invest in tourism
infrastructure
Key Actions
1. Implement a comprehensive marketing and branding
strategy
2. Invest in infrastructure of strategic tourism routes
(Mpumalanga Lowveld, Trout Triangle, Loskop-Dinokeng,
Songimvelo-Malolotja, and MP Lake District etc)
3. Invest in the development of liberation heritage routes as
part of the overall tourism product offering
4. Provide comprehensive support to small businesses and
cooperatives in the tourism sector
Sector Priorities
SMME & Cooperatives
Development
Mining
Economic
Infrastructure
Coal Haulage
Logistics
Key Actions
1. Provide comprehensive support to cooperatives and
SMMEs to exploit opportunities in the mining value
chain (e.g. finance, training, market access)
2. Establish mining industrial parks
3. Invest in skills development to empower previously
disadvantaged individuals
Key Actions
Rural Inclusive Economy
1.
Facilitate the development of nodal economic growth
centres
2.
Invest in rural economic infrastructure to support local
economic development
3.
Provide comprehensive support to SMMEs and
cooperatives
4.
Establish agri-villages to promote sustainable human
settlements in rural areas
Key Actions
Regional and International
Cooperation
1.
Develop focused regional and international
markets to promote exports of fresh produce
2.
Attract foreign direct investment in tourism
infrastructure development and the agriculture
value chain
P2: Improved Quality of Education & Training
Key Targets
Indicator
Baseline
Mpumalanga V2030
Target
2014-19 MTSF targets
Pre -school
education
90% (2013 ECD
enrolment)
100% ECD enrolment. (All
children should have at least 2
years of pre-school education)
100% (2013 ECD
enrolment)
22% ECD
practitioners trained
(2013)
100% ECD practitioners trained 78% ECD practitioners
trained
ANA average
mark
32-35% average in
grades 3, 6 &9 (2012)
90% of learners in grades 3, 6
&9 must achieve 50% or more
in ANA
70% of learners in grades 3,
6 & 9 must achieve 50% or
more
Throughput rate
New
Improve throughput rate of
learners to at least 80%
Improve throughput rate of
learners to 50%
Matric pass rate
76% Matric pass
rate (2013)
80% Matric pass rate
90% Matric pass rate
Key Focus Areas
Early
Childhood
Development:
Expand access to
ECD
Education
Infrastructure
Investment:
Adherence to
norms and
standards
Teaching
Quality:
Deeper investment in
teacher training
(maths & science)
Leadership and
governance
School functionality
and performance
Key Actions
Early Childhood Development
1.
Accelerate introduction of compulsory 2 years preschool in all ECD centres
2.
Provide ECD infrastructure in line with prescribed norms
and stand
3.
Establish the ECD Institute for the training of ECD
practitioners
4.
Provide quality learning and teaching support material
5.
Create effective governance systems to ensure the
functionality of ECD centres
Key Actions
Quality Teaching
1.
Accelerate the training of maths and science
educators
2.
Establish a maths, science and technology
academy to increase the pass rate in maths and
science
3.
Provide laboratories and computer centres to all
schools offering maths and physical science
Key Actions
Education infrastructure
investment
1.
Address infrastructure deficits to ensure that
all schools meet infrastructure norms and
standards by 2019
2.
Develop and implement an infrastructure
funding and delivery model that accelerates
the eradication of backlogs
Key Actions
Leadership and governance
1.
Set minimum norms and standards for school
functionality
2.
Accelerate the implementation of targeted intervention
programmes to support underperforming schools
3.
Set performance targets for principals in all schools
performing below 50% and monitor performance on a
monthly basis
4.
Implement a training and development programme for
school governing bodies
5.
Implement partnership programmes with key
stakeholders to improve school functionality and
performance
P3: Health System Effectiveness: A Robust
Foundation for the Implementation of the NHI
Key Targets
IMPACT
INDICATORS
MPUMALANGA BASELINE
V2030 TARGET
2014-2019 TARGET
Life Expectancy
Improve average Life expectancy
male & female
50,2 years for males
life expectancy at
53 years for females (2011)
birth to 70 years
Maternal mortality 166,1/100
000 (2011)
Life expectancy increase to:
Infant mortality
55 years for males and
60 years for females
Reduce maternal mortality to:
50 or less per 100 000
Reduce infant mortality to <5 /1 000
93,3/1 000 (2011)
child mortality
Reduce child mortality to <5/1 000
5,5 / 1 000 (2011)
TB Cure Rate
TB Cure Rate increased from 76,5% to 85%
76,5% (2011)
No baseline
100 % of eligible citizens living with HIV/AIDS
must have access to ARVs
incidence of malaria
Decrease the incidence of malaria per 1000
population at risk to 0 (zero)
0,39 / 1 000 (2009)
Health System Effectiveness: A Robust
Foundation for the Implementation of the NHI
Key Targets
IMPACT
INDICATORS
MPUMALANGA
V2030 TARGET
BASELINE
2014-2019 TARGET
Universal access
Universal access to an NHI pilot currently
equal standard of care being
regardless of income
implemented in
Gert Sibande
Implementation of NHI in all districts by 2019
None of provincial
facilities comply
with national core
standards
All provincial health facilities meet national core
standards
P3: Health System Effectiveness: A Robust
Foundation for the NHI
Improved
efficiency of
Department of
Health
Effective &
Efficient
Medical Supply
Distribution
System
NHI
Sufficient
Qualified &
Professional
Personnel
Improved
Regional
Hospital
Network
Adequate
Infrastructure in
line with
prescribed
standards
Key Actions
1.
Strengthen the quality of leadership at all levels, especially the
management and leadership of hospitals
2.
Provide quality infrastructure and equipment in line with prescribed
standards to improve the quality of care
3.
Establish dedicated maintenance teams in to ensure the ongoing the
maintenance of health facilities
4.
Appoint and retain suitably qualified professionals in critical areas of
health care delivery
5.
Strengthen primary health care and improve the implementation of the
referral system
6.
Implement a comprehensive HIV and Aids programme in partnership
with key stakeholders and communities
7.
Implement an effective and efficient system of drug supply and
distribution to avoid shortages of essential drugs
P4: Adequate Infrastructure to Facilitate Achievement of
Priority Outcomes
Key Targets
IMPACT INDICATORS
MPUMALANGA V2030
TARGET
BASELINE 2014-2019 TARGET
Percentage of GDP
spent on
infrastructure
Public infrastructure
investment must be equal to
10% of GDP by 2030
New
Public infrastructure
investment must be equal
to 5.1% of GDP by 2019
P4: Provide Adequate Infrastructure to
Facilitate Priority Outcomes
Integrated
and
Sustainable
Human
Settlements
Transport
and Logistics
Networks
Urban
Renewal and
Rural
Development
ICT
Key Actions
Infrastructure Delivery Capacity
1.
Develop and implement a long-term infrastructure
investment framework for the Province
2.
Build the necessary institutional capacity to coordinate
the planning and implementation of strategic
infrastructure projects
Key Actions
Integrated Human Settlements
1.
Provide bulk water and sanitation infrastructure
2.
Implement the Breaking New Ground (BNG) model as an
approach to delivering sustainable and integrated human
settlements
Key Actions
Transport and Logistics Networks
1.
Prioritise the improvement and expansion of the road
network in strategic towns (growth points: Mbombela,
Emalahleni, Ermelo, Middleburg, Mashishing, Secunda)
2.
Build the logistics network that links agri-hubs, the
Mpumalanga Fresh Produce Market and infrastructure to
facilitate export
3.
Facilitate the implementation of the Moloto Rail project
Key Actions
Urban Renewal & Rural Development
1.
Rejuvenate decaying mining towns (social and economic
infrastructure)
2.
Provide strategic social and economic infrastructure in
CRDP municipalities
Key Actions
ICT
1.
Develop an ICT Master Plan for the Province
2.
Invest in broadband infrastructure to enhance
connectivity
3.
Deploy ICT solutions to improve service delivery in health
and education
P5: Improved Quality of Public Services at the Locus of
Delivery
Key Targets
IMPACT INDICATORS
BASELINE
2014-2019 TARGET
Increased access to basic
services
Water: 94.9%
Water: 100%
Sanitation: 95.6%
Sanitation: 100%
Electricity: 89.8%
Electricity: 100%
Refuse Removal: 54%
Refuse Removal: 75%
Filling of all top 6 positions
(critical posts) in all 21
municipalities.
77.23% vacant posts filled
100% vacant posts filled
Clean Audit Outcomes
2 municipalities
All municipalities achieve and
sustain clean audit outcomes
P5: Improved Quality of Public Services at
the Locus of Delivery
Improve the
quality of
leadership to
make local
government
work
Manage and
account for the
use of limited
public
resources
Invest in local
economic
activities to
grow local
economies and
create
employment
Effective
and
efficient
local
government
Deliver quality
infrastructure to
improve service
delivery (water
and sanitation)
Introduce a
people-driven
service delivery
model
Key Actions
1.
Enhance the quality of leadership at political and administrative
levels in local government
2.
Ensure that households progressively gain access to sustainable
and reliable basic (water, sanitation, electricity and refuse
removal) services.
3.
Improve public trust in local government through active and
deliberative citizen engagement. (a people-centred service
delivery model)
4.
Appoint competent and committed staff (competency-based
deployments)
5.
Tackle corruption within local government and direct resources to
service delivery
6.
Ensure a better fit between responsibility and the variation in
capacities within municipalities supported.
Condition: A Capable & Developmental
State
Key Actions:
• Institutionalise long term planning (mechanisms and capacity)
• Build capacity and public service careers at provincial and local
levels through skills development, internships and shared experience
programmes
• Link the PMDS to work place skills plans and development outcomes
• Build stability at senior management levels by reducing turnover
• Advance government’s role in enabling business development by
addressing obstacles to local economic growth caused by regulation
formulation & enforcement
• Support and provide oversight for local government
• Strengthen monitoring and evaluation to generate reliable evidence
for planning and decision making
Condition: Fighting Corruption
Key Actions:
• Systematise & strengthen anti-corruption policies and
regulations
• Institutionalise a Province wide approach and well
resourced integrity function regarding corruption
• Build practical capacity for wider transparency and
accountability regarding procurement within provincial and
local government
• Strengthen tender procedures and compliance monitoring
• Roll out robust provincial anti-corruption drives and
empower communities to report corruption.
Condition: Fighting Crime & Securing
Communities
Key Actions:
• Develop and implement provincial programmes to address the high
level of contact crimes, prioritising crimes against women and
children
• Support community policing and the active engagement of
communities in functional Police Forums
• Identify and address rural crime priorities.
• Increase coverage and efficiency of social protection – increase
the number of social service professionals
• Monitor and improve grants access through Community
Development Workers
• Foster civic engagement e.g. volunteering and social support
On the Capacity of the State
• The quality of leadership at senior management
defines the state capacity to realize the
implementation of key policy imperatives
• A capable developmental state is not possible without
a competent public service cadre at senior
management level
• Senior managers as agents of transformation
‘Cry the Beloved Senior Management Service’
Undesirable experiences:
• Senior managers as glorified executives who receive reports from
assistant and deputy directors and pass them on to the HOD and the
MEC – no value added
• ‘Where is the template, we can’t work – a well dressed senior
manager says – a senior manger as a template compliance thinker
• Senior managers as process managers, meeting coordinators, with
no mastery of critical content to inform the implementation direction
• Senior Managers failing to provide quality assurance on submissions
to the HOD, MEC and the Executive Council – poor quality
submissions
• Senior managers with ‘integrity challenges’
Redefining a new sms cadre in Mpumalanga
• Re-affirming the relevance of an ‘intellectual senior
management cadre’, able to critically interpret and engage
meaningfully on key policy and transformation issues of the
Province
• Senior Managers with adequate ‘content knowledge’ on areas
of responsibility
• Senior Managers with the requisite capacities to articulate
government policy and serve as agents of social transformation
• A critical mass of thought leaders in key areas of policy
implementation to provide the strategic direction to the
Province
Way Forward
• The PMC discusses and endorses the Mpumalanga
Vision 2030 Strategic Implementation Framework and
the 2014 – 2019 MTSF priorities
THANK YOU
HI NKHENSILE
DANKIE
SIYATHOKOZA
REA LEBOHA
SIYABONGA
NDOLIVHUAA
ENKOSI

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