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SRSA STRATEGIC PLAN
2012 - 2016
PRESENTED TO THE NCOP
23 MAY 2012
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INTRODUCTION
• The 2012–2016 Strategic Plan and the 2012/13
Annual Performance Plan was developed with the
overall view to ensure that Sport and Recreation
South Africa addresses Government priorities, the
mandate of the department, and the strategic
direction emanated from the National Sport and
Recreation Plan (NSRP).
• The purpose of the Annual Performance Plan is to
operationalise the Strategic Plan.
• Both documents were developed according to the
Framework for the development of Strategic and
Annual Performance Plans issued by National
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Treasury.
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INTRODUCTION cont…
• SRSA will implement the Strategic Plan through the
following programmes:
Programme
Programme
Programme
Programme
Programme
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
Administration
Sport Support Services
Mass Participation
International Relations
Facilities Coordination
• It is however recognised that the current structure
of SRSA does not allow for delivery on its mandate
and the implementation of the NSRP. This was also
recognised by National Treasury and the AG.
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INTRODUCTION cont…
• The restructuring of the Department is therefore
high on the agenda for the 2012/13 financial year.
• The restructuring will be informed by the strategic
imperatives as captured in the Strategic Plan.
• SRSA has also identified risks for each Strategic
Goal, current management controls were
considered and where appropriate, mitigating
strategies were developed to improve control
deficiencies.
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FRAMEWORK
The 2012-16 Strategic Plan comprises 3 sections:
• Part A: Strategic Overview that includes the
Vision, Mission and Values of SRSA as well as:
 Constitutional, legislative and policy mandates
 Situational analysis
 Strategic outcome oriented goals of the institution
• Part B: Strategic Objectives of the 5 Programmes
of SRSA
• Part C: Links to other Plans such as that of the
Public Entities and the Conditional Grant
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW
Vision:
An active and winning sporting nation.
Mission:
To transform the delivery of sport and recreation
by ensuring equitable access, development and
excellence at all levels of participation and to
harness the socio-economic contributions that can
create a better life for all South Africans.
Values:
Accountability, Batho Pele, Dedication, Innovation,
Integrity, Transparency and Teamwork
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
Constitutional, legislative and policy mandates
•The functionality of SRSA is premised on the
Constitution.
•The Minister has the legislative powers as reflected in
the National Sport and Recreation Act to oversee the
development and management of sport in SA.
•This includes promotion and development of sport and
recreation, coordination of the relationships between
NFs and other agencies, provision for interventions to
correct imbalances in sport and recreation, and to
promote equitable access and proper governance in
sport and recreation.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
• It is envisaged that the NSRA could be amended to
appropriately align with the revised White Paper and
the NSRP that was approved at the National Sports
Indaba in November 2011.
• SRSA will continue to contribute towards
transformation, rural development, job creation, a
healthy life style, peace, economic growth and
social cohesion.
• SRSA is a signatory to the Outcome 12(b): “An
Empowered, Fair and Inclusive Citizenship”. Here
the focus will be on increasing opportunities for
participation and facilitating intra-governmental
support for major international events hosted in SA.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
Goals
The 2012-16 Strategic Plan has 6 goals namely:
1) Citizens access sport and recreation activities.
2) A transformed sport and recreation sector.
3) Our athletes achieving international success.
4) An integrated system of enablers supporting the
delivery of sport and recreation.
5) Sport being used as a tool to support relevant
government priorities.
6) An efficient and effective SRSA.
The said goals will be implemented through the
APPs in the form of strategic objectives which are
linked to the goals.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
Performance environment
• For SRSA to achieve its goals, it needs to work in
partnerships with provincial departments, SASCOC,
NFs, NGOs and two entities ( BSA and SAIDS).
• The role of SRSA and the mandate it gives SASCOC
needs to be tightened with clear roles and
responsibilities being delineated and adhered to.
• The NFs are acknowledged as the key delivery
agents for the Department yet with high dependence
on volunteers and a serious lack of sustainable
financial resources.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
• The focus in many federations tends to be on elite
participation at the expense of holistic sports
development. With the introduction of the
Transformation Charter and Scorecard it is
anticipated that transformation will be better
understood and effectively applied.
• Further focus will also be on the National Sports
Volunteer Call that the Minister introduced in
February 2012 - a programme aimed at engaging
former sports legends and talented community
members to assist in developing sport.
• SRSA has a database of the volunteers used during
2010 FIFA World Cup and these volunteers will be
utilised during the impending AFCON Games in 2013.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
• SRSA will continue to use national and international
sporting events such as the Olympic and
Paralympics Games and World Cups to showcase SA
as a sports tourist destination in support of the
New Growth Path framework that was launched in
2012, as well as identified tourism and the green
economy as significant job drivers (SONA, 2012).
• Another strategic issue to be addressed is the fact
that many NFs have structures and concomitant
boundaries that do not align with the geo-political
constitutional boundaries at national, provincial and
local levels.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
• Club development and support tend to have
been fragmented across the programmes of SRSA.
In collaboration with NFs, initiatives to support and
strengthen existing clubs will be brought together
under one programme to maximise the impact of
these interventions.
• Sport seems to have been promoted at the expense
of recreation. SRSA will address this issue during
the period of this strategic plan. The current mass
participation programmes will be expanded to
include the promotion and implementation of
recreation programmes.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
School sport
• School sport remains the bedrock for mass
participation and talent identification programmes.
• The Ministers of DBE and SRSA have committed to
deliver an integrated plan for school sport through a
MOU signed in December 2011.
• DBE has gazetted a School Sport Policy which, once
adopted, will serve to clarify roles of the school
sport structures and bring certainty to stakeholder
roles and responsibilities.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
School sport cont...
• SRSA will continue to focus on empowering
educators in code specific coaching, technical
officiating, team management and sports
administration through the federations and in line
with the SA Coaching Framework.
• It will also focus on integrating 16 sporting
codes and indigenous games into the school sport
system over the medium term with the alignment of
school code structures and federation structures.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
School sport cont...
• The rollout of the schools programme will be
underpinned by three pillars: namely, capacity
building, the Top Schools Leagues and Youth
Olympics.
• SRSA will coordinate a Top School League
Programme which will involve schools registering
their teams to participate in the Leagues‘ five
competition levels, leading to the National School
Festivals. These competitions will be at the levels of
Intra-School, Inter-school, District, Provincial and
National.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
School sport cont…
• The South African Youth Olympics will focus on
talented individual athletes who will be identified by
professional talent scouts, sports clubs and
Federations during the roll-out of the Top School
League.
• The SA Youth Olympics is earmarked for 2013,
where athletes with outstanding performance will be
given the opportunity to compete for selection for
international championships.
• This system will assist the SRSA in growing a new
talent pool and to recognize talented individuals. 17
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School sport cont…
• South African Coaching Framework adopted in
November 2011, will be used by SRSA to support
Federations to launch their coaching programmes
nationally and provincially.
• These coaching programmes will target educators to
enhance their capacity through accredited training
in coaching, technical officiating, sports
administration and team management to support
the delivery of sport in all schools.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
School sport cont…
• There is still an absence of facilities in most rural
schools and communities (including rugby fields
and cricket ovals).
• Another challenge is the shortage of suitable
sporting equipment and kit. To address this,
SRSA will develop norms and standards regarding
the specifications of what can be purchased and
distributed.
• There is a clear need to maintain integrity in school
sport by putting firm anti-doping measures and
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SRSA education in place.
PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
Mass Participation
• The capacity to effectively monitor the implementation
of the Mass Participation and Sport Development
Conditional Grant still remains a challenge as are
the terms of the Grant and the relevance of devising a
smooth exit strategy.
• Monitoring the Grant in the Provinces must be
strengthened and the Department has established a
focused task team to manage and monitor the grant.
• The Mass Participation Programme is a key contributor
to job creation.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
Mass Participation cont…
• Provinces are allowed to utilise 6% of their allocated
funds from the conditional grant to employ
officials to assist in the management of the grant
and the implementation of the mass participation
programme at a grass roots level.
• SRSA will support BEE service providers through
the purchasing of gym equipment, sport attire,
catering, consultants, IT equipment and other
services.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
Facilities
• The ring-fencing of 15 % of the Public Municipal
Service Infrastructure component of MIG towards
building sport facilities in rural areas, as gazetted in
May 2011, was an important step to address the
shortage of sports infrastructure in municipalities.
• The Department will work closely with CoGTA,
SALGA and municipalities to maximise the use of
these funds for sports infrastructure in the years
ahead whilst pursuing the feasibility that these
funds become part of the Department’s budget.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
Facilities cont…
• The facilities programme is expected to develop a
national facilities plan and to establish the tool
(Geographical Information System [GIS]) to assist
with the development of the plan.
• In rural areas, it is envisaged that the sports hubs
will be furnished with a library, a clinic and a youth
centre whilst centres located in urban areas could
include restaurants, hotels and shops, amongst
other necessities.
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PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW cont...
Organisational Environment
• The Department has a total of 210 posts, all of
which are funded positions.
• The current organisational structure does not
adequately support the revised strategy of the
Department and to rectify this dilemma a more
suitable and expanded structure is being
developed.
• SRSA will not fill current vacancies until the
restructuring phase ends in April 2012.
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PART B: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
Strategic objectives
• The strategic objectives are informed by the
goals.
• The strategic objectives are detailed in the APP.
• Each programme has got strategic objectives
which are written in an output statement.
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PART B: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES cont…
SRSA Programmes
Programme 1: Administration
Purpose: To manage, give strategic direction and
administrative support services.
Sub programmes: The Ministry, Management
(Office of the DG and COO), Strategic and
Executive Support, Corporate Services, Office of the
Chief Financial Officer’s Office, Internal Audit and
Office Accommodation.
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PART B: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES cont…
Programme 2: Sport Support Services
Purpose: To support recognised sport and
recreation bodies and public entities, and monitor
and report on their performance.
Sub-programme: Sport and Recreation Service
Providers
Strategic objectives:
• Governance and sports development monitored.
• Transformation programmes implemented and
monitored.
• Team South Africa preparation and delivery
supported.
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PART B: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES cont…
Sub-programme: Club Development
Strategic objective:
• Clubs developed.
Sub-programme: Education and Training
Strategic objective:
• Education and training of coaches, administrators
and technical officials coordinated.
Sub-programme: Scientific Support Services
Strategic objectives:
• Scientific support services coordinated for
development athletes and their coaches.
• Government responsibility towards anti-doping
supported.
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PART B: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES cont…
Programme 3: Mass Participation Programme
Purpose: To provide support to increase the
number of participants in sport and recreation in
SA.
Sub programme: Community Mass Participation
Strategic objectives:
• Sport participation opportunities provided.
• Community structures supported.
• Capacity building to deliver community sport.
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PART B: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES cont…
Programme 3: Mass Participation Programme
Sub programme: School Sport
Strategic objectives:
• Access to sport recreation and physical education
in every school in South Africa maximised
• Capacity building to deliver school sport
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Programme 4: International Liaison and Events
Purpose: To coordinate inter-and intragovernment sport and recreation relations and
support the hosting of identified major events.
Sub programmes: International Liaison
Strategic objectives:
• Strategic bilateral relations initiated and strengthened
• International travel documentation service provided.
Sub programmes: Major Events
Strategic objectives:
• Major event bidding and hosting support services
provided.
• Sports tourism promoted.
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Programme 5: Facilities Coordination
Purpose: To facilitate the provision and management
of sustainable sport and recreation facilities.
Sub programmes: Planning and Advocacy
Strategic objective:
• Access to sport and recreation facilities optimized.
Sub programmes: Technical Support
Strategic objective:
• Technical support provided
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PART C: LINKS TO OTHER PLANS
Conditional Grants
• Mass participation and Sports Development
Public Entities
• SAIDS
• BSA
Public-Private Partnerships
• None
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THANK YOU
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