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Department of DefenceAnnual Report Together we move South Africa forward Presentation to the PCD MV19 October 2016.
To brief the Portfolio Committee on Defence andMilitary Veterans PCD MV on theDepartment of Defence DOD Annual Report for FY2015 16 Introduction.
Defence Mandate Medium Term Strategic Framework MTSF Outcomes and Outputs Key Policy Developments Financial Performance Information Non Financial Performance Information.
Noteworthy Achievements DOD Audit Outcomes Introduction The DOD Annual Report FY2015 16 was prepared in accordance withthe following legislative guidelines and prescripts .
Section 40 1 d of the Public Finance Management Act PFMA 1999 Act No 1 of 1999 Treasury Regulations 2005 Chapter 18 Section Public Service Regulations 2001 Chapter 1 Part III National Treasury Guide for the Preparation of Annual Reports .
DOD Planning Instruments for FY2015 16 Introduction The DOD Annual Report FY2015 16 shares the DOD s good story and indicate the impact Defence had on the country the region andthe continent .
The Report details the ways in which the DOD achieved the defencestrategic objectives of meeting ordered commitments providingcapabilities ensuring sound administration and management of the Defence Mandate The DOD derives its mandate from Section 200 2 of the Constitution .
The mandate is given substance by The Defence Act The White Paper on Defence 1996 The Defence Review 1998 Defence Review 2015 in future Delegated legislation .
Defence Mandate Mission The DOD executed its mandate within a constrained budget allocation To provide manage prepare and employ defence capabilitiescommensurate with the needs of South Africa as regulated by theConstitution national legislation and Parliamentary and Executive.
direction This will be provided through the proper management provision preparedness and employment of defence capabilities that arein line with the domestic and global needs of South Africa Defence Mandate Through the DOD Strategy Map AR p36 the mandate is translated into.
Defence outcomes RSA is defended and protected Enhanced Civil Control of Defence The DOD outputs express aspects of the MTSF in relation to Outcome 3 All people in South Africa are and feel safe .
Outcome 11 Creating a better South Africa andcontributing to a better and safer Africa in abetter World MTSF Outcomes and Outputs In pursuance of its legislative mandate and utilising its inherent defence.
capabilities the DOD continued to provide support to the Government sMTSF Outcomes relevant to the Defence mandate The MOD MV is the Chairperson and jointly responsible for thecoordination of the Justice Crime Prevention and Security JCPS Cluster and member of the Joint International Cooperation Trade and.
Security ICTS Cluster for the MTSF Outcomes 3 and 11 respectively The DOD s contributions to the MTSF outcomes are as follows MTSF Outcomes and OutputsOutcome 3 All people in South Africa are and feel safe Sub outcome 3 South Africa s borders effectively defended protected .
secured and well managed AR p36 Development of the Border Safeguarding Strategy substrategy in support of theoverarching strategy by securing the land airspace and maritime borders thisstrategy is dependent on the overarching national strategy which is the responsibilityof the Border Management Agency .
Ito the pronouncement during the MOD MV s Budget Vote of 19 May 2015 the DODincreased the number of companies for border safeguarding operations with twoadditional companies increasing from 13 to 15 companies The DOD called up two additional Reserve Force companies for border safeguardingoperations giving a total of 15 landward subunits deployed to safeguard and.
maintain the integrity of the borderline MTSF Outcomes and OutputsOutcome 3 All people in South Africa are and feel safe Sub outcome 4 Secure Cyberspace AR p37 The DOD contributed towards the development of the National Cyberwarfare.
Security Strategy and Implementation Plan by developing and submitting aCyberwarfare Strategy and Implementation Plan for approval by the C SANDF During the FY2016 17 the DOD will approve the Cyberwarfare ImplementationPlan as well as continue to contribute towards capacitating and establishing aCyberwarfare Command Centre Headquarters by FY2018 19 budgetary.
constraints AR p89 MTSF Outcomes and OutputsOutcome 3 All people in South Africa are and feel safe Sub outcome 7 Corruption in the Public and Private Sectors Reduced The DOD contributed to this sub outcome by means of reducing departmental levels.
of corruption where prevalent thus contributing to improving investor perception trustin and willingness to invest in South Africa No corruption and fraud cases of Rm5 and over were reported in the DOD duringFY2015 16 The DOD presented fraud and corruption awareness roadshows to 10 248 members .
including the command cadre of the SANDF The DOD is contributing towards the development of the National Anti CorruptionStrategy which is now in the final stages of completion MTSF Outcomes and OutputsOutcome 11 Creating a better South Africa and contributing to a better.
and safer Africa in a better world Sub outcome 3 Political cohesion in Southern Africa to ensure apeaceful secure and stable Southern African Region AR p37 Deployment of the SANDF for peace support operations on instruction by theCommander in Chief .
Deployment of 10 Defence Attach s in the SADC Angola Botswana DRC Lesotho Mozambique Namibia Swaziland Tanzania Zambia and Zimbabwe The DOD complied 100 with all ordered commitments external deploymentsordered by the Commander in Chief in accordance with the Constitution MTSF Outcomes and Outputs.
Outcome 11 Creating a better South Africa and contributing to a betterand safer Africa in a better world Sub outcome 3 Political cohesion in Southern Africa to ensure apeaceful secure and stable Southern African Region AR p38 External operations included .
Participation in the UN Peace Support Operation in the DRC Anti piracy operations in the Mozambique Channel UN AU Hybrid Peace Support Operation in the Sudan SANDF forces werewithdrawn by the Commander in Chief Commenced withdrawing on 01 April MTSF Outcomes and Outputs.
Outcome 11 Creating a better South Africa and contributing to a betterand safer Africa in a better world Sub outcome 3 Political cohesion in Southern Africa to ensure apeaceful secure and stable Southern African Region AR p38 The DOD also provided forces in the following two General Military Assistance.
operations which are still ongoing Team BULISA seven members are deployed to the Forces Arm es de laR publigue D mocratique du Congo FARDC to assist with the publication andpopularisation of their Military Strategy Mission THEBE eight members are deployed in the DRC for the safe guarding of.
SANDF equipment and in preparation for training support of the FARDC MTSF Outcomes and OutputsOutcome 11 Creating a better South Africa and contributing to a betterand safer Africa in a better world Sub outcome 3 Political cohesion in Southern Africa to ensure a.
peaceful secure and stable Southern African Region AR p38 The DOD was involved in the following Joint Interdepartmental Interagency andMultinational military exercises Exercise WAYSIDE I and II To exercise the maintenance of the provincialChemical Biological and Radiological CBR Response Teams and.
interdepartmental cooperation for the management of CBR incidents Theseexercises took place in Pretoria Exercise OXIDE To develop and maintain maritime cooperation at the operationaland tactical levels between the SA Navy and the French Forces stationed in the LaReunion This exercise took place in Richards Bay .
MTSF Outcomes and OutputsOutcome 11 Creating a better South Africa and contributing to a betterand safer Africa in a better world Sub outcome 3 Political cohesion in Southern Africa to ensure apeaceful secure and stable Southern African Region AR p38 .
Exercise BLUE ZAMBEZI This was a Humanitarian Aid Exercise between SADCAir Forces Components aimed at achieving the readiness in Humanitarian AidAssistance Operations and related Supporting Operations The exercise wasconducted in Botswana Exercise AMANI AFRICA II The SANDF successfully participated in Ex AMANI.
AFRICA II at the SA Army Combat Training Centre at Lohatlha in the NorthernCape where 4 650 military troops police and civilians participated in the exercise This exercise evaluated the state of readiness of the African Standby Forceand exercised the rapid deployment capability 17 major troop contributingcountries participated Algeria Angola Botswana Burkina Faso Ethiopia Kenya .
Lesotho Malawi Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria RSA Rwanda Uganda Zambia and Zimbabwe MTSF Outcomes and OutputsOutcome 11 Creating a better South Africa and contributing to a betterand safer Africa in a better world .
Sub outcome 3 Political cohesion in Southern Africa to ensure apeaceful secure and stable Southern African Region AR p38 p78 Exercise IBSAMAR multinational maritime exercise held between the navies ofSA Brazil and India extension of the IBSA agreement The exercise took place inIndian waters to coincide with the international fleet review .
Key Policy DevelopmentsThe adoption and approval of the Defence Review 2015 was the mostsignificant key policy development within the Department AR p44 The Defence Review 2015 is the second comprehensive policy review of thisnature in the democratic South Africa and maps out the direction defence will.
be taking over the next 20 to 30 years Key Policy Developments The DOD devoted FY2015 16 to the planning for the incremental implementation of theDefence Review 2015 Milestone 1 to arrest the decline The Defence Review 2015 Milestone 1 Implementation Plan consists of two primary.
work packages The 1st package being those interventions that can be pursued within the currentDefence budget allocation and which will improve organisational efficiency andeffectiveness The 2nd package being those interventions that need additional funding and which.
will improve operational performance The planning team is finalising the cost driven component to the Defence Review 2015 Milestone 1 Implementation Plan which will be included in the Planning Instruments ofFY2017 18 onwards should the required additional funding be contained in theFY2017 18 appropriation to Defence AR p42 43 .
Financial Performance Information Defence Vote FY2015 16Defence VoteThe Defence Budget Vote for FY2015 16amounted to R4 073 219 Billion.
R45 088 billion The Defence Budget Vote amounted to1 11 of South Africa sGross Domestic Product GDP and 3 60 of total Government 3 60 .
Expenditure GE Defence VoteR1 251 130 Billion Defence Vote FY2015 16 The current budget allocation is deemed to be inadequate to enable the.
execution of the DOD Constitutional mandate with adverse implications on thefollowing Sustainment of declining defence capabilities Supporting and executing ordered commitments both internal and externaloperations .
Human Resource rejuvenation The approved Defence Review 2015 indicates amongst others therequirement for the development of an appropriate defence fundingmechanism to ensure that the Defence Force is appropriately resourced as being critical to the Defence Strategic Trajectory .
Financial Performance Trends FY2013 14 FY2015 162013 14 2014 15 2015 16R 000 R 000 R 000Vote 40 658 184 42 856 879 45 088 161Expenditure 40 447 521 42 842 381 45 071 534.
Over Expenditure 0 0 0Amount overspent as percentage of Vote 0 0 0Amount surrendered 210 663 14 498 16 627Amount surrendered as percentage of Vote 0 518 0 034 0 037 AR p166 167 .
The underspending of Rm16 627 in FY2015 16 consists of the following Administration Programme Under Expenditure was mainly within the transfer payment to Safety andSecurity Sector Education and Training Authority Rm3 021 It was as a result of the payroll amount onwhich the calculations were based to determine the amount payable being less than what was anticipated Force Employment Programme Under Expenditure was mainly within the Peace Support Operations.
Rm13 606 It was due to delays in the procurement of mobility packages utilised for border safeguardingoperations Expenditure per Programme FY2015 16Final Actual Expenditure as Over UnderProgramme Appropriation Expenditure of final Expenditure.
appropriationR 000 R 000 R 000Administration 4 984 514 4 981 493 99 9 3 021The planning team is finalising the cost-driven component to the Defence Review 2015 (Milestone 1) Implementation Plan which will be included in the Planning Instruments of FY2017/18 onwards, should the required additional funding be contained in the FY2017/18 appropriation to Defence. ... standby force agreements and South African pledge ...

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