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PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

  1. 1. DSBD 2022/23 QUARTER ONE PERFORMANCE REPORT Date: 21 SEPTEMBER 2022 PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
  2. 2. PRESENTATION OUTLINE 1 B AC K G R O U N D AN D P U R P O S E 2 G O V E R N AN C E AN D C O M P L I AN C E 3 O V E R AL L P E R F O R M AN C E S U M M ARY 4 P E R F O R M AN C E H I G H L I G H T S 5 U N D E R - AC H I E V E M E N T S 6 F I N AN C I AL R E P O R T 7 H U M AN R E S O U R C E R E P O R T 8 O V E R AL L P E R F O R M AN C E B Y P R O G R AM M E 9 R E C O M M E N D AT I O N
  3. 3. 1. BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE
  4. 4. GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE 1.1. The report presents an overview of the activities of the Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) in line with the Public Finance Management Act 1 of 1999, Treasury Regulations 5.3 and 30.3, the Guidelines for National Quarterly Performance Reports, and the revised Framework for Strategic Plans and Annual Performance Plans. 1.2. The 2022/23 Q1 Performance Report reflects: 1.2.1 Progress made on the implementation of Output Indicators and Annual Targets set in 2022/23 Annual Performance Plan in respect of Quarter One; 1.2.2 Actual output, and reasons for deviations; 1.2.3 Corrective measures for 2022/23 Quarter One; 1.2.4 Financial Report; and 1.2.5 Human Resource Report.
  5. 5. 2. GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE
  6. 6. GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE NO. OF SCHEDULED MEETINGS ACTUAL NO. OF MEETINGS DATES EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 3 3 25 April 2022 30 May 2022 27 June 2022 MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 3 3 11 April 2022 16 May 2022 13 June 2022 RISK AND ETHICS MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 1 1 9 May 2022 AUDIT AND RISK COMMITTEE 2 2 11 May 2022 25 May 2022 ICT STEERING COMMITTEE 1 0 No meeting was held due to capacity constraints in the ICT Unit. TOTAL 10 9
  7. 7. GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE (CONT) 2.1. The Department complied with all the relevant provisions and rules of: • The National Assembly; • The National Council of Provinces; • The Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), 1999 (No.1 of 1999); • Treasury Regulations; and • The National Treasury Framework for Annual Performance Reporting. 2.2. The Department submitted the 2021/22 Q4 Performance Report to the Minister on 29 April 2022. 2.3 The Department submitted the 2021/22 Q4 Performance Report to the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME) on 29 April 2022. 2.4. The Department submitted the 2021/22 Draft Annual Report to the AGSA on 31 May 2022. 2.5. The Department presented the 2021/22 Quarter Four Performance Report to the Portfolio Committee on 11 May 2022.
  8. 8. 3. OVERALL PERFORMANCE SUMMARY
  9. 9. PERFORMANCE SUMMARY – 2022/23 QUARTER ONE PERFORMANCE STATEMENT: THE DEPARTMENT HAS 25 OUTPUT INDICATORS, 25 ANNUAL TARGETS IN THE TABLED 2022/23 APP AND IS REPORTING AGAINST 20 QUARTERLY TARGETS. Branch No. of Output Indicators Quarterly Targets Achieved Not Achieved 1. ADMINISTRATION 10 8 5 (62.5%) 3 (37.5%) 2. SECTOR AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT 6 5 3 (60%) 2 (40%) 3. DEVELOPMENT FINANCE 6 5 2 (40%) 3 (60%) 4. ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT 3 2 1 (50%) 1 (50%) TOTAL 25 20 11 (55%) 9 (45%)
  10. 10. PERFORMANCE SUMMARY – 2022/23 QUARTER ONE 35.0% 89.0% 95.0% 80.0% 42.9% 54.5% 62.5% 60.9% 55.0% 65.0% 11.0% 5.0% 20.0% 57.1% 45.5% 37.5% 39.1% 45.0% 0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% 70.0% 80.0% 90.0% 100.0% Q1 2020/21 Q2 2020/21 Q3 2020/21 Q4 2020/21 Q1 2021/22 Q2 2021/22 Q3 2021/22 Q4 2021/22 Q1 2022/23 PERFORMANCE REPORT – Q1 2022/23 Achieved Not achieved
  11. 11. 4. PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS
  12. 12. PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS 1. The Department paid 100% of valid creditors within 30 days. 2. 3.1% variance on cash flow projections: Spent R592.1 million against projection of R610.1 million resulting in a variance of R18.8million (Q1 target ≤5%). 3. Recruitment plan approved by EXCO on 27 June 2022. 4. A 3.8 % representation of PWDs was achieved (vs Q1 target of 3.3%). 5. The Department in partnership with its agencies implemented 35 public engagements in District Municipalities (vs Q1 target of 20). 6. A total of 90 products (vs Q1 target of 75) produced and services rendered by SMMEs and Co-operatives were linked to market. 7. Concept document on international market access developed and approved by EXCO. 8. Stakeholder consultations were undertaken with Xhariep and Mangaung Districts on the review of the Businesses Amendment Bill and proposed changes. 9. Progress report on the finalisation of the SMMEs and Co-operatives Funding Policy was approved by EXCO on 27 June 2022. 10.Report on the 8 239 competitive SMMEs and Co-operatives supported was approved by EXCO. 11.Rapid review of regulatory impediments impacting small enterprises conducted during the quarter under review.
  13. 13. 5. UNDER-ACHIEVEMENTS
  14. 14. UNDER-ACHIEVEMENTS FOR 2022/23 Q1 No. OUTPUT OUTPUT INDICATOR ANNUAL TARGET Q1 MILESTONE ACTUAL OUTPUT REASON FOR DEVIATION CORRECTIVE MEASURES 1. ≥50% women in SMS employed. Percentage of female SMS representation. ≥ 50% of female SMS representation. ≥ 50% of female SMS representation. Target not achieved: 47.1% of female SMS representation. There were no appointments made during the quarter The Department will implement the approved Recruitment plan. 2. Phase 4 and Phase 5: SMME Database implemented. SMME Database – SMME Business Index to identify levels of readiness and capability of small enterprises implemented. Phase 4: SMME Database - SMME Business Index to identify levels of readiness and capability of small enterprises implemented. Approved System specification and roadmap design for Phase 4. Target not achieved: System specification and roadmap design for Phase 4 not approved . Engagement sessions undertaken in the Portfolio supported by EDSE on system integration completed, the deviation request had not yet been concluded. Obtain deviation approval to proceed with specification conclusion and development to start during Q2. 3. SMME Database – Small Enterprises Credit Scoring and Rating System to facilitate access to finance implemented. Phase 5: SMME Database - Small Enterprises Credit Scoring and Rating System to facilitate access to finance implemented. Approved System specification and roadmap design for Phase 5. Target not achieved: Approved System specification and roadmap design for Phase 5. Engagement sessions undertaken in the Portfolio supported by EDSE on system integration completed, the deviation request had not yet been concluded. Obtain deviation approval to proceed with specification conclusion and development to start during Q2. 4. Women-owned businesses supported to register on international platform. Number of women- owned businesses supported to register on international platform. 2 500 women- owned businesses supported to register on international platform. 500 women- owned businesses supported to register on international platform. Target not achieved: 327 women-owned businesses are supported to register on an international platform. Despite the launch of the SheTradesZA Hub Programme during the quarter, and various advocacy and awareness initiatives, the uptake remains slow. Increased advocacy and awareness mechanisms will be implemented. 5. Business infrastructure for SMMEs and Co-operatives refurbished or built. Number of business infrastructure for SMMEs and Co- operatives refurbished or built. Six (6) business infrastructure for SMMEs and Co- operatives refurbished or built. Report with approved projects. Target not achieved: Report on applications received, however, no approved projects. Delays on the Shared Economic Infrastructure Facility (SEIF) appointment of the service provider. Applications will be adjudicated by committee in Q2.
  15. 15. UNDER-ACHIEVEMENTS FOR 2022/23 Q1 No. OUTPUT OUTPUT INDICATOR ANNUAL TARGET Q1 MILESTONE ACTUAL OUTPUT REASON FOR DEVIATION CORRECTIVE MEASURES 6. Co-operatives supported financially and/or non- financially. Number of Co- operatives supported financially and/or non-financially. 200 Co-operatives supported financially and/or non-financially. 50 Co-operatives supported financially and/or non- financially. Target not achieved: No Co-operatives supported financially and/or non- financially. There is lack of appetite for participation by Co- operatives. Also, there is no quality pipeline of applications to consider. The Department will actively popularize the Co-operatives Development Support Programme (CDSP) through strengthening non-financial support to make Co-operatives funding ready in order to participate in the CDSP. 7. Township and Rural Enterprises supported financially and/or non- financially. Number of Township and Rural enterprises supported financially and/or non-financially. 20 000 Township and Rural enterprises supported financially and/or non-financially. 5 000 Township and Rural enterprises supported financially and/or non-financially. Target not achieved: 4 349 enterprises were support to the financial value of R104 558 039. The SBD Portfolio is in the process of introducing new systems to adapt to the Single Term Sheet approach to cover all sectors. There will be realignment of the delivery approach by sefa and Seda on TREP through the planned use of the ecosystem facilitation model of the DDM by the SBD Portfolio. 8. Start-up youth businesses supported financially and/or non- financially. Number of start-up youth businesses supported financially and/or non-financially. 10 000 start-up youth businesses supported financially and/or non-financially. 2 500 start-up youth businesses supported financially and/or non-financially. Target not achieved: 940 start-up youth businesses supported financially and / or non- financially. The low quality of applications received. Support clients to submit quality applications together with valid business plans. 9. Municipalities assisted to roll out the Red- Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. Number of municipalities assisted to roll out the Red-Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. 20 municipalities assisted to roll out the Red-Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. 5 municipalities assisted to roll out the Red-Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. Target not achieved: No municipalities were assisted to roll out the Red-Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. The scheduling of the meetings with municipalities were delayed. The catch-up implementation of the Red- Tape Awareness Programme has been scheduled for Q2.
  16. 16. 6. FINANCIAL REPORT
  17. 17. 17 2022/23 Q1 PROJECTION VS ACTUAL EXPENDITURE 592 086 18 765 3.1% R'000 Q1 Actual Expenditure Q1 Variance
  18. 18. 18 2022/23 Q1 PERFOMANCE PER PROGRAMME Projections Expenditure Variance (30,000) 20,000 70,000 120,000 170,000 220,000 270,000 320,000 370,000 Administration Sector and Market Development Development Finance Enterprise Development 27 297 10 902 214 490 358 162 25 530 13 617 201 202 351 738 1 767 (2 715) 13 288 6 424 R’000
  19. 19. 19 2022/23 PER PROGRAMME Programme One- Administration Expenditure for Quarter One is R25.5 million against projection of R27.3 million resulting in an under expenditure of R1.8 million(6.5%) mainly due Compensation of employees (R2.9 million) as a result of vacancies and overspending on goods and services (R1.1 million) due to higher expenditure than projected for travel, fleet services, Audit costs and bursaries. Programme Two – Sector Market and Development Expenditure for Quarter One is R13.6 million against projection of R10.9 million resulting in an over expenditure of R2.7 million (24.9%) mainly on goods and services due to incorrectly posted expenditure for IMEDP (R5.4 million) that should have been posted instead of Programme. Compensation of employees underperformed by R2.7 million due to misalignment of expenditure as some officials in Programme Two are paid from programme Three. Excluding IMEDP expenditure the programme spent R7.8 million against projection of R10.9 million resulting in a variance of R3.1 million (28.5%). Programme Three – Development Finance Expenditure for Quarter One is R201.2 million against projection of R214.5 million resulting in an under expenditure of R13.3 million (6.2%) mainly due to transfers and subsidies (R15.4 million) for Cooperatives Development Programme(CDSP). Compensation of employees over spent by R2.9 million due to misalignment of expenditure as some officials in programme Two are paid from Programme Three. Programme Four – Enterprise Development Expenditure for Quarter One was R351.7 million against projection of R358.2 million resulting in an under expenditure of R6.4 million(0.6%) mainly on Compensation of employees (R1.3 million) due to Vacancies and goods and services (R5.1 million) due to expenditure for IMEDP posted in programme two. Inclusive of IMEDP expenditure the programme spent R357.6 million against projection of R358.2 million resulting in a variance of R601 thousand (0.1%).
  20. 20. 20 2022/23 Q1 PERFOMANCE PER ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION (70,000) 30,000 130,000 230,000 330,000 430,000 530,000 630,000 Compensation of employees Goods and services Transfers and subsidies Capital assets 38 096 20 837 551 404 514 34 135 21 528 536 061 363 3 961 (691) 15 343 151 R’000 Projections Expenditure Variance
  21. 21. 21 2022/23 Q1 PER ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION  Compensation of Employees – Expenditure for quarter one is R34.1 million (89.6%) against projection of R38.1 million resulting a variance of R4 million (10.4%) due to a vacancies (16.2%)  Goods and services – Expenditure for quarter one is R21.5 million (103.3%) against projection of R20.8 million resulting in an over expenditure of R691 thousand (-3.3%) largely due to payments for Audit cost and travel related expenditure which was higher than anticipated in quarter one.  Transfers and subsidies - Expenditure for quarter one amounted to R536.1 million (97.2%) against projection of R551.4 million resulting in an underspending of R15.3 million (2.8%) due to:  sefa: Blended Finance (R10.2 million): The programme is being redesigned following the slow uptake of the CDSP programme. Funds will be transferred as National Treasury has approved the submitted virement request.  CDSP (R5.3 million): Delays in the appointment of services providers to supply the required machinery and equipment.  Machinery and Equipment – Expenditure for quarter one was R363 thousand (70.5%) against projection of R514 thousand resulting in an under expenditure of R151 thousand (29.5%) due to expiry of Konica Minolta contract and the cost of Vodacom RT contract which is less than anticipated.
  22. 22. 22 AUDIT FINDINGS PROGRESS AS AT 30 JUNE 2022 AREA Number of findings Internal Control Deficiency Progress Incentives 4 •BBSDP and CIS post investment site inspection not undertaken (2). •IMEDP: No evidence of delivery of equipment. •IMEDP: Applicants not meeting qualifying criteria.  BBSDP – FY 2020-21 A total of 23 Post disbursement out of 26 were conducted.  IMEDP – evidence of delivery collected on 2021-22 deliveries AND all applicants met requirements.  IMEDP: The guidelines were improved and as a result take up has improved. Provisions 1 Provision balances are accurately disclosed. The provision note for 202122 IFS-and AFS were thoroughly reviewed and only the provision items were disclosed. BBSDP. Internal Audit 3 • No audit committee in place for 11 months of the financial year. • Information system environment of the department not evaluated. • External quality assurance review not performed. • Achieved. The Audit Committee is in place. • Not Achieved: The POPIA Assessment was completed in Q2. The ICT General controls review was conducted, and draft report issued. The closing meeting could not take place due to unavailability of the auditee representative. • Not achieved. The appointment of service provider was not finalised following the Treasury advise to suspend procurement of services above R30000. A request for exemption was submitted to NT and the service provider will be appointed once approval is received. Total 8
  23. 23. 7. HUMAN RESOURCE REPORT
  24. 24. VACANCY RATE KEY INDICATOR TARGET STATUS Vacancy rate 10% Not Achieved - 16.2% (34/210) 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR Vacancy Rate Target 2021/22 2022/23 Decrease of vacancy during Q1 impacted by following: • 2 resignations by permanent staff. • 1 promotion.
  25. 25. WOMEN IN SENIOR POSITIONS KEY INDICATOR TARGET STATUS Women in SMS 50% Not Achieved – 47.1% (16/34) 0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR Women in SMS Target 2021/22 2022/23 Increase in representation of women in SMS during Q1 impacted by following: • No appointments or terminations. • Delay in approval of appointment of Senior Manager.
  26. 26. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES KEY INDICATOR TARGET STATUS People with a disability 3.3% Target Exceeded 3.8% (7/183) 0.0% 0.5% 1.0% 1.5% 2.0% 2.5% 3.0% 3.5% 4.0% 4.5% APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR Persons with Disability Target 2021/22 2022/23 Increase in representation of Persons with Disability during Q1 impacted by following: • No change in status.
  27. 27. 8. OVERALL PERFORMANCE BY PROGRAMME
  28. 28. PROGRAMME 1
  29. 29. OVERALL PERFORMANCE BY PROGRAMME 1 – ADMINISTRATION No. OUTPUT OUTPUT INDICATOR ANNUAL TARGET Q1 MILESTONE ACTUAL OUTPUT REASON FOR DEVIATION CORRECTIVE MEASURES 1. Payment register. % of valid creditors paid within 30 days. 100% of valid creditors paid within 30 days. 100% of valid creditors paid within 30 days Target achieved: 100% of valid creditors paid within 30 days. N/A N/A 2. ≥95% expenditure on annual budget. % variance on annual budget. ≤5% variance on annual budget. ≤5% variance on cashflow projections. Target achieved: ≤5% variance on cash flow projections (Spent R592.1 million against projection of R610.1 million. Variance R18.8million - 3.1%). N/A N/A 3. <10% vacancy rate. Percentage vacancy rate in funded permanent posts. <10% vacancy rate in funded permanent posts. Recruitment plan approved by EXCO. Target achieved: Recruitment plan approved by EXCO on 27 June 2022. N/A N/A 4. ≥50% women in SMS employed. Percentage of female SMS representation. ≥ 50% of female SMS representation. ≥ 50% of female SMS representation. Target not achieved: 47.1% of female SMS representation. There were no appointments made during the quarter – the appointment of Chief Director- Corporate Management was delayed. The Department will implement the approved Recruitment plan and the employment equity plan. 5. ≥4.2% representation of PWDs. Percentage representation of PWDs. ≥4.2% representation of PWDs. ≥3.3% representation of PWDs. Target achieved: 3.8% representation of PWDs. N/A N/A
  30. 30. OVERALL PERFORMANCE BY PROGRAMME 1 – ADMINISTRATION No. OUTPUT OUTPUT INDICATOR ANNUAL TARGET Q1 MILESTONE ACTUAL OUTPUT REASON FOR DEVIATION CORRECTIVE MEASURES 6. DSBD and its Agencies’ public engagement programmes implemented in District Municipalities. Number of DSBD and its Agencies’ public engagement programmes implemented in District Municipalities. 70 DSBD and its Agencies’ public engagement programmes implemented in District Municipalities. 20 DSBD and its Agencies’ public engagement programmes implemented in District Municipalities. Target achieved: 35 DSBD and its Agencies’ public engagement Programmes implemented in District Municipalities. The Department in partnership with its agencies and District Municipalities distributed working materials to various informal traders through the Informal and Micro-Enterprise Development Programme (IMEDP). The Department and its agencies also embarked on a country wide product and programmes awareness campaign (roadshows) for SMMEs and Co-operatives in District Municipalities. N/A 7. Phase 4 and Phase 5: SMME Database implemented. SMME Database – SMME Business Index to identify levels of readiness and capability of small enterprises implemented. Phase 4: SMME Database - SMME Business Index to identify levels of readiness and capability of small enterprises implemented. Approved System specification and roadmap design for Phase 4. Target not achieved: Approved System specification and roadmap design for Phase 4. Engagement sessions undertaken in the Portfolio supported by EDSE on system integration completed, the deviation request had not yet been concluded. Obtain deviation approval to proceed with specification conclusion and development to start during Q2. 8. SMME Database – Small Enterprises Credit Scoring and Rating System to facilitate access to finance implemented. Phase 5: SMME Database - Small Enterprises Credit Scoring and Rating System to facilitate access to finance implemented. Approved System specification and roadmap design for Phase 5. Target not achieved: Approved System specification and roadmap design for Phase 5. Engagement sessions undertaken in the Portfolio supported by EDSE on system integration completed, the deviation request had not yet been concluded. Obtain deviation approval to proceed with specification conclusion and development to start during Q2.
  31. 31. PROGRAMME 2
  32. 32. OVERALL PERFORMANCE BY PROGRAMME 2 – SECTOR AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT No. OUTPUT OUTPUT INDICATOR ANNUAL TARGET Q1 MILESTONE ACTUAL OUTPUT REASON FOR DEVIATION CORRECTIVE MEASURES 1. Products produced and services rendered by SMMEs and Co-operatives linked to domestic market. Number of products produced and services rendered by SMMEs and Co-operatives linked to domestic market. 250 products produced and services rendered by SMMEs and Co- operatives linked to domestic market. 75 products produced and services rendered by SMMEs and Co- operatives linked to domestic market. Target achieved: 90 products produced and services rendered by SMMEs and Co- operatives linked to domestic market. More products were introduced to the market to give SMMEs a better chance to get selected for approval as suppliers. N/A 2. Women-owned businesses supported to register on international platform. Number of women- owned businesses supported to register on international platform. 2 500 women-owned businesses supported to register on international platform. 500 women-owned businesses supported to register on international platform. Target not achieved: 327 women-owned businesses are supported to register on an international platform. Despite the launch of the SheTradesZA Hub Programme during the quarter, and various advocacy and awareness initiatives, the uptake remains slow. Increased advocacy and awareness mechanisms will be implemented. 3. SMMEs and Co-operatives linked to global market opportunities. Number of SMMEs and Cooperatives linked to global market opportunities. 250 SMMEs and Cooperatives linked to global market opportunities. Concept document developed and approved by EXCO. Target achieved: Concept document developed and approved by EXCO. N/A N/A 4. Business infrastructure for SMMEs and Co-operatives refurbished or built. Number of business infrastructure for SMMEs and Co- operatives refurbished or built. Six (6) business infrastructure for SMMEs and Co- operatives refurbished or built. Report with approved projects. Target not achieved: Report on applications received, however, the report did not have no approved projects. Delays on the Shared Economic Infrastructure Facility (SEIF) appointment of the service provider. Applications will be adjudicated by committee in Q2. 5 Progress reports on the review of the Businesses Amendment Bill and proposed changes produced. Number of progress reports on the review of the Businesses Amendment Bill and proposed changes approved by EXCO. Two (2) progress reports on the review of the Businesses Amendment Bill and proposed changes approved by EXCO. Stakeholder consultations conducted on the review of the Businesses Amendment Bill and proposed changes. Target achieved: Stakeholder consultations were undertaken with Xhariep and Mangaung Districts. N/A N/A
  33. 33. PROGRAMME 3
  34. 34. OVERALL PERFORMANCE BY PROGRAMME 3 – DEVELOPMENT FINANCE No. OUTPUT OUTPUT INDICATOR ANNUAL TARGET Q1 MILESTONE ACTUAL OUTPUT REASON FOR DEVIATION CORRECTIVE MEASURES 1. Consolidated Progress report on the finalisation of SMMEs and Co-operatives Funding Policy approved. Consolidated progress report on the finalisation of SMMEs and Co-operatives Funding Policy approved by EXCO. Consolidated progress report on the finalisation of SMMEs and Co-operatives Funding Policy approved by EXCO. Progress report on the finalisation of SMMEs and Co-operatives Funding Policy approved by EXCO. Target achieved: Progress report on the finalisation of the SMMEs and Co-operatives Funding Policy was approved by EXCO on 27 June 2022. N/A N/A 2. Co-operatives supported financially and/or non- financially. Number of Co- operatives supported financially and/or non-financially. 200 Co- operatives supported financially and/or non- financially. 50 Co-operatives supported financially and/or non-financially. Target not achieved: No Co-operatives supported financially and/or non- financially. There is lack of appetite for participation by Co-operatives. Also, there is no quality pipeline of applications to consider. The Department will actively popularize the Co-operatives Development Support Programme (CDSP) through strengthening non-financial support to make Co- operatives funding ready in order to participate in the CDSP. 3. Township and Rural Enterprises supported financially and/ or non- financially. Number of Township and Rural enterprises supported financially and/or non-financially. 20 000 Township and Rural enterprises supported Financially and/or non- financially. 5 000 Township and Rural enterprises supported financially and/or non-financially. Target not achieved: 4 349 enterprises were supported to the financial value of R104 558 039. The SBD Portfolio is in the process of introducing new systems to adapt to the Single Term Sheet approach to cover all sectors. There will be realignment of the delivery approach by sefa and Seda on TREP through the planned use of the ecosystem facilitation model of the DDM by the SBD Portfolio. 4. Start-up youth businesses supported financially and/or non- financially. Number of start- up youth businesses supported financially and/or non-financially. 10 000 start-up youth businesses supported financially and/or non- financially. 2 500 start-up youth businesses supported financially and/or non-financially. Target not achieved: 940 start-up youth businesses supported financially and / or non-financially. The low quality of applications received. Support clients to submit quality applications together with valid business plans.
  35. 35. OVERALL PERFORMANCE BY PROGRAMME 3 – DEVELOPMENT FINANCE No. OUTPUT OUTPUT INDICATOR ANNUAL TARGET Q1 MILESTONE ACTUAL OUTPUT REASON FOR DEVIATION CORRECTIVE MEASURES 5. Consolidated Report on supported Competitive SMMEs and Co-operatives produced. Consolidated report on the number of competitive SMMEs and Co-operatives supported approved by EXCO. Consolidated report on the 25 000 competitive SMMEs and Co- operatives supported approved by EXCO. Report on the 3 000 competitive SMMEs and Co-operatives supported approved by EXCO. Target achieved: Report on the 8 239 competitive SMMEs and Co-operatives supported approved by EXCO. N/A N/A
  36. 36. PROGRAMME 4
  37. 37. OVERALL PERFORMANCE BY PROGRAMME 4 – ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT No. OUTPUT OUTPUT INDICATOR ANNUAL TARGET Q1 MILESTONE ACTUAL OUTPUT REASON FOR DEVIATION CORRECTIVE MEASURES 1. Municipalities assisted to roll out the Red- Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. Number of municipalities assisted to roll out the Red-Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. 20 municipalities assisted to roll out the Red- Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. 5 municipalities assisted to roll out the Red-Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. Target not achieved: No municipalities were assisted to roll out the Red-Tape Reduction Awareness Programme. The scheduling of the meetings with municipalities were delayed. The catch-up implementation of the Red-Tape Awareness Programme has been scheduled for Q2. 2. Assessment review of SMME regulatory impediments to reform. Approved report on the assessment review of SMME regulatory impediments to reform. Assessment review report of SMME regulatory impediments to reform approved by EXCO. Rapid review of regulatory impediments impacting small enterprises. Target achieved: Rapid review of regulatory impediments impacting small enterprises conducted. N/A N/A
  38. 38. 9. RECOMMENDATION
  39. 39. RECOMMENDATION  It is recommended that the Portfolio Committee on Small Business Development adopts the 2022/23 Quarter One Performance Report of the Department of Small Business Development.
  40. 40. Thank You! Thank You!

Notas del editor

  • Cash flow projected R367.5 million
  • % Spent
    Prog 1: 187.9%
    Prog 2: 219.7%
    Prog 3: 108.4%
    Prog 4: 88.7%
    Total: 115.2%
  • % Spent
    COE: 79.6%
    G&S: 114.9%
    Interest: 0.0%
    Financial Assets: 0.0%
    Transfers: 120.8%
    Capital: 85.9%
    Total: 115.2%

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