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ANNUAL REPORT PRESENTATION TO THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: FINANCIAL YEAR (2012/2013) Date: ANNUAL REPORT PRESENTATION TO THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: FINANCIAL YEAR (2012/2013) Date: Tuesday 22 October 2013 Venue: Taj Hotel, Corner of St Georges and Wale Street, Cape Town 1

Presentation outline 1. 2. 3. 4. Vision and Mission Annual Financial Statements Branch Performance Presentation outline 1. 2. 3. 4. Vision and Mission Annual Financial Statements Branch Performance Information Conclusions 2

Vision and Mission Vision 2014 – A globally competitive, sustainable and meaningfully transformed mining Vision and Mission Vision 2014 – A globally competitive, sustainable and meaningfully transformed mining and minerals sector Vision 2025 – A leader in the transformation of South Africa’s economic growth and sustainable development by 2025 Mission – Promote and Regulate the Minerals and Mining sector for transformation, growth, development and ensure all South Africans derive sustainable benefit from the country’s mineral wealth. 3

Annual Financial Statements Financial Performance 4 Annual Financial Statements Financial Performance 4

Overall Financial Performance 1. The budget for the department was R 1. 176 billion Overall Financial Performance 1. The budget for the department was R 1. 176 billion for the 2012/2013 financial year , of which R 1. 173 billion or 99. 4% was spent. – R 395. 914 million or 99. 6% of the compensation of employees budget was spent. – R 228. 084 million or 99. 9% of the allocated goods and services budget was spent. – R 525. 110 million transfer to entities was fully spent in line with its purpose. – R 24. 556 million allocated towards capital assets was fully spent. 2. In relation to issues raised by the Auditor General , the department has developed and is implementing an action plan to address the route cause of the problem and this will be monitored closely. 5

Expenditure per economic classification 6 Expenditure per economic classification 6

Transfer Payment to Entities Purpose of transfer Recipient • R 454. 2 million was Transfer Payment to Entities Purpose of transfer Recipient • R 454. 2 million was transferred in terms of the establishing act of the entities. • R 18. 3 million was for research to prevent ingress of water into underground • R 50 Million was transferred for Mine Rehabilitation projects 7

Expenditure per programme 8 Expenditure per programme 8

Statement of Financial Position Economic Classification Current Assets Current Liabilities Net Assets 2012/13 2011/12 Statement of Financial Position Economic Classification Current Assets Current Liabilities Net Assets 2012/13 2011/12 Variance R’ 000 15, 241 28, 456 12, 871 26, 327 2, 370 2, 129 Variance Explanation The asset base decreased by 46. 44% from last year and is attributable to the reduction in the bank balance and the -13 215 receivables. The decrease by 50. 94% in -13 456 liabilities is due to decrease to voted funds to be surrendered to the National Revenue Fund and decrease in transactions that has not yet gone through the bank at year end. 241 9

Performance Information Performance per Branch 10 Performance Information Performance per Branch 10

Overview of Performance Information 1. The activities of the Department Of Mineral Resources are Overview of Performance Information 1. The activities of the Department Of Mineral Resources are organised in the following four programmes: – – Programme 1: Administration Programme 2: Promotion of Mine Health and Safety Programme 3: Mineral Regulation Programme 4: Mineral Policy and Promotion 2. The achievements, challenges and corrective measures are outlined from pages 13 to 68 of the annual report. 11

Programme 1 Financial Administration Branch Purpose: To provide strategic and administrative support services to Programme 1 Financial Administration Branch Purpose: To provide strategic and administrative support services to the Ministry and the Department 12

Key Achievements 1. Improve services delivery and the turnaround times for processing transactions – Key Achievements 1. Improve services delivery and the turnaround times for processing transactions – Customer satisfaction index of 3. 35 was achieved. – 72 Defined turnaround targets were achieved 2. Provide reliable and timely information — Reporting calendar was developed and all reports were submitted within the prescribed timeframes. 13

Key Challenges 1. Educate and empower stakeholders – The department still need to improve Key Challenges 1. Educate and empower stakeholders – The department still need to improve on the irregular expenditure. The department’s approach is to have a zero level of irregular expenditure. – 94. 97% of the invoices were paid within 30 days, the department intend to improve this to 100%. 2. Filling of vacancies – Key senior management posts became vacant during the year under review 14

Corrective Measures 1. Educate and empower stakeholders – The Department will continue to raise Corrective Measures 1. Educate and empower stakeholders – The Department will continue to raise awareness on internal control processes to improve compliance with laws and regulations. – Sanctions are being imposed on transgressions with processes 2. Filling of vacancies – CFO post has since been filled, and other remaining posts are being filled. 15

Programme 1 Corporate Services Branch Purpose: To provide strategic and administrative support services to Programme 1 Corporate Services Branch Purpose: To provide strategic and administrative support services to the Ministry and the Department 16

Key Achievements 1. Communicate DMR programmes and policies – Website and intranet updated in Key Achievements 1. Communicate DMR programmes and policies – Website and intranet updated in a timely manner and current – Successful Media briefings, public participation engagements and positive and balanced newsletters published and broadcast – Approval of internal communication strategy 2. Contribute to skills development – 16 mining career awareness initiatives were held for communities and universities. – The 58 bursaries offered in 2011/2012 to study towards mining related qualifications were sustained during the reporting period. 17

Key Achievements 3. Develop and review internal processes, guidelines and policies – Reviewed 17 Key Achievements 3. Develop and review internal processes, guidelines and policies – Reviewed 17 policies and mapped 19 business processes . 18

Key Achievements 5. Ensure compliance with HR legislation – Financial disclosures submitted within prescribed Key Achievements 5. Ensure compliance with HR legislation – Financial disclosures submitted within prescribed time frames 6. Ensure Implementation of National Vetting Strategy – All new employees were screened as well as service providers and target for vetting was also exceeded 19

Key Challenges 1. Contribute to skills development – Prospective bursary holders were turned down Key Challenges 1. Contribute to skills development – Prospective bursary holders were turned down by prospective funders because among other things they did not meet the entrance requirements. 2. Attract, develop and retain skills – % Reduction in Staff Turnover – Target not achieved due to retirements, transfers and promotions to other departments and organisations. – Inability to retain and attract inspectors 3. Ensure compliance with HR legislation – Performance Agreement submitted within prescribed time frames 20

Corrective Measures 1. Attract, develop and retain skills – We are currently finalising the Corrective Measures 1. Attract, develop and retain skills – We are currently finalising the review of the department retention strategy in order to deal with the high turnover rate. – The department has embarked on a learner inspector programme where 50 graduates will be placed at different mines to undergo experiential training which will result in fully qualified inspectors. 2. Contribute to skills development – Increase awareness in relation to processes to be followed by bursary applicant. 3. Improved turnaround times(Deadlines) – The department will strive hard to meet deadlines of submissions of Performance Agreements and Financial Disclosure Forms – Improve turnaround time in filling vacant posts. 21

MHSI MANDATE AND MISSION Purpose To execute the Department’s mandate to safeguard the health MHSI MANDATE AND MISSION Purpose To execute the Department’s mandate to safeguard the health and safety of mine employees and people affected by mining activities. Objective The MHSI strives towards a safe and healthy mining industry. This is to be achieved by reducing mining related deaths, injuries and ill health through the formulation of national policy and legislation, the provision of advice, and the application of systems that monitor and enforce compliance with the law in the mining sector. 22

Key Achievements 1. Promote Health and Safety – 9% improvement in all fatalities from Key Achievements 1. Promote Health and Safety – 9% improvement in all fatalities from 123 in 2011 to 112 in 2012, which is the lowest fatalities ever reported. – Platinum and coal sectors have, for the first time in two years, recorded a reduction in fatalities, of 24% and 8% respectively. – 35% reduction in fall of ground (FOG) fatalities from 40 in 2011 to 26 in 2012. The coal sector went, for the first time ever, for more than twelve months without a FOG fatality. – Transport and mining fatalities decreased by 24%, from 38 in 2011 to 29 during 2012. – 7% reduction in occupational diseases reported by the mines. 1. Audits and Inspections were exceeded by 6% and 8% respectively. 23

Key Achievements 2. Develop and review internal processes – Reviewed the South African Mines Key Achievements 2. Develop and review internal processes – Reviewed the South African Mines Reportable Accidents Statistical System (SAMRASS) codebook and guideline for mining within 100 meters of structures, buildings etc. which may require protection. – Developed the Conveyor Belt Guideline and Fatal Ruling Procedure. 3. Human Resource Development – 14 assistant Inspectors are undergoing inspector training at various regional offices. – 5 learner inspectors, who have been recruited as bursary holders, have been placed at a mine for experiential training. – 71 officials attended technical and administrative courses. 24

AMR: OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES All Mines 2010 and 2012 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 AMR: OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES All Mines 2010 and 2012 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 2011 2012 Silicosis 1742 1286 1420 PTB 4452 3070 2838 NIHL 1212 1229 1075 PN 80 91 86 Asbetosis 29 11 19 Si. TB 249 555 126 Other 406 202 438 Total 8170 6444 6002 25

RSA Total accidents Fatality and injury rates per million hours worked 2003 - 2013 RSA Total accidents Fatality and injury rates per million hours worked 2003 - 2013 6 0. 4 0. 34 5 4 3 0. 35 5. 10 4. 77 4. 62 4. 19 0. 27 0. 3 4. 05 3. 97 4. 13 0. 21 0. 2 3. 88 4. 084. 09 3. 96 0. 21 0. 25 3. 45 3. 30 0. 20 3. 1 0. 16 3. 21 0. 16 3. 43 3. 21 3. 03 3. 02 2. 97 3. 00 2. 49 0. 16 2 0. 12 0. 11 0. 1 0. 0900000001 1 0. 05 2003 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2004 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2005 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2006 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2007 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2008 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2009 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2010 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2011 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2012 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEPT NOV 2013 JAN MAR MAY JUL SEP NOV 0 0. 15 RSA injury rates RSA fatality rates Linear(RSA injury rates) Linear(RSA fatality rates) 26 0

Occupational Safety 27 Occupational Safety 27

Actual Fatalities and Rates per Regions Gauteng NW - Klerksdorp NW - Rustenburg Free Actual Fatalities and Rates per Regions Gauteng NW - Klerksdorp NW - Rustenburg Free State Mpumalanga Limpopo Kwa. Zulu- Natal Northern Cape Western Cape Eastern Cape All Mines 2011 29 11 34 17 18 9 2 3 0 0 123 rates 0. 14 0. 07 0. 14 0. 21 0. 10 0. 08 0. 04 0. 00 0. 11 2012 31 9 25 12 14 15 1 3 2 0 112 rates % Change 7 0. 16 0. 08 -18 0. 11 -26 0. 15 -29 0. 07 -22 0. 13 67 0. 03 -50 0 0. 04 100 0. 14 0 0. 00 -9 0. 10 28

Occupational Safety 29 Occupational Safety 29

Occupational Safety 30 Occupational Safety 30

Key Challenges 1. 2. 3. 4. Occupational Safety. Occupational Health. Skills Development. Illegal mining. Key Challenges 1. 2. 3. 4. Occupational Safety. Occupational Health. Skills Development. Illegal mining. 31

Corrective Measures 1. Occupational Safety. – Monitor compliance and implement enforcement measures where necessary Corrective Measures 1. Occupational Safety. – Monitor compliance and implement enforcement measures where necessary in line with the legislation and enforcement guideline. – Encourage mines to implement measures to protect women’s safety and security. – Arrange regional quarterly tripartite forum meetings to share on health and safety information. – Monitor the implementation of 2011 Summit commitments on elimination of fatalities and injuries. – Encourage mines to be more vigilante during fourth quarter of the calendar year. 32

Corrective Measures 2. Occupational Health. – Implement the strategy for enhancing the health of Corrective Measures 2. Occupational Health. – Implement the strategy for enhancing the health of workers including on TB, HIV, Aids and noncommunicable diseases. – Collaborate with social partners in monitoring the implementation of 2011 Summit commitments on elimination of silicosis and NIHL. – Conduct verification of mine sampling on dust measurements and results. 33

Corrective Measures 3. Skills Development – Collaborate with MQA to enhance skills development including Corrective Measures 3. Skills Development – Collaborate with MQA to enhance skills development including on ABET, bursaries, artisan aides and jewelry making. – The MQA has established regional offices in rural FET colleges in the Northern Cape, Free State, Mpumalanga, North West, Limpopo and Eastern Cape. – Implement the Certificate of Competency Examination model. 34

Corrective Measures 4. Illegal mining. – Stakeholder Forums, established by the Minister, continue to Corrective Measures 4. Illegal mining. – Stakeholder Forums, established by the Minister, continue to implement measures to combat the illegal mining activities in the respective provinces. – Minister convened stakeholder meetings and site visits to draw the public’s attention to the extent of illegal mining activities in the Roodepoort area and ensure that measures are implemented to ultimately eliminate the illicit activities. – Collaborate with the relevant law enforcement agencies to ensure that there is a national effort to combat illegal activities. 35

Programme 3 Mineral Regulation Purpose To regulate the mineral and mining sector to ensure Programme 3 Mineral Regulation Purpose To regulate the mineral and mining sector to ensure economic development, employment and ensure transformation and environmental compliance. Objective To transform the mineral and mining sector into one that competitively contributes to the sustainable development in the country. 36

Key Achievements 1. Promote Job creation – Implemented 41 Small Medium Micro Enterprise(SMME) development Key Achievements 1. Promote Job creation – Implemented 41 Small Medium Micro Enterprise(SMME) development projects. These projects were implemented in rural areas where mines operate – Implemented 94 Local Economic Development (LED) projects towards sustainable job creation 2. Implement transformation policies/legislation – The department continued with consultations /engagements with communities and held industry workshops. – Approved a total number of 56 new mining projects with a potential to create 11052 number of long term core mining jobs with a projected expenditure mines of R 7 272 billion. 3. Monitor and enforce compliance 1. 2 595 different types of inspections were done to monitor and enforce compliance 37

Key Achievements breakdown per province REGIONS NW GP No. of consultation/ Engagement /industry workshops Key Achievements breakdown per province REGIONS NW GP No. of consultation/ Engagement /industry workshops 9 7 No. of inspections 361 182 FS NC WC KZN EC 13 10 4 16 37 246 280 237 209 133 LP MP TOTAL 24 29 120 458 438 2 544 38

Key Achievements Interventions to address socio economic issues in provinces: – Free State: Finalised Key Achievements Interventions to address socio economic issues in provinces: – Free State: Finalised the implementation of community infrastructure projects which includes among others the crèche in Zamdela. – N Cape: Intervened in community conflicts within Schmidsdrift, Namaqualand as well bulk infrastructure projects within Joe Morolong municipality. Also new Manganese projects including Kudumane, with great potential for job creation and injection of further investment into the N Cape economy. – N West: Launched infrastructure projects within the Bojanala district (Rustenburg) – schools, platinum housing projects. Supporting government in implementation of the Presidential package. Resolved a number of challenges facing Taung – their Prospecting Right issues, etc. 39

Key Achievements Interventions to address socio economic issues in provinces: – KZN: Established a Key Achievements Interventions to address socio economic issues in provinces: – KZN: Established a task team that works on the RBM issues. Situation stabilised and socio economic projects launched. The recent ones being housing projects at four communities of Mbonambi, Sokhulu, Dube and Mkhwanazi. – Mpumalanga: Held a successful Mining Lekgotla in November 2012, comprising stakeholders in Mpumalanga. • A pledge was signed by stakeholders and implementation is ongoing. • One key outcome of this Lekgotla was a need to coordinate implementation of SLPs at a district level, as well as strengthening consultation and participation of traditional leaders in mining issues. – Limpopo: Conducted several community engagements with traditional leaders within greater Sekhukhune, to address ongoing mining and community conflicts and to also implement the socio economic development interventions in support of the Presidential package. 40

Key Achievements Interventions to address socio economic issues in provinces: – Gauteng: Launched a Key Achievements Interventions to address socio economic issues in provinces: – Gauteng: Launched a number of socio economic projects as well as approval of some clay, gold and gravel mining projects. – Western Cape: Worked with provincial government and City of Cape Town in addressing Land Use Provincial Ordinance(LUPO) challenges faced by mines. Put in place a Task Team and developed proposals on mapping the LUPO process as well as approval of some new mining projects with job creation and economic potential. – Eastern Cape: Fast tracked the Implementation of SLP project within Mbizana, which was launched during October 2013 as well as others within Libode , which are labour sending areas. – The Department continued to work with all the Stakeholders in the mining industry to avoid job losses. 41

Key Achievements Progress with the streamlining of administrative processes: – SAMRAD was commissioned in Key Achievements Progress with the streamlining of administrative processes: – SAMRAD was commissioned in April 2011, with a view of ensuring transparency, and accountability in decision making – Development of the system is an ongoing, and critical for strategic mineral resources management. – Improvements and challenges are being addressed on an ongoing basis. – The system was initially launched as an application platform, and got upgraded to include application modules for Mining Rights, ancillary applications such as Section 11, 102, etc. 42

Key Achievements Progress with the streamlining of administrative processes: – System has addressed three Key Achievements Progress with the streamlining of administrative processes: – System has addressed three critical risks to the integrity of regulatory framework, and perceptions of impropriety: • Perception of tampering with records by officials • Order of receipt of applications • Land availability, which is freely available at time of application. • Modules to enable project mineral resources management, including project management of a Right or Permit. – Challenges faced by small operators around access to system from rural and remote areas- being attended to, through use of stand alone computer at regional offices as well as community workshops on licensing. 43

Key Challenges 1. The continuous need to increase capacity to enforce compliance at all Key Challenges 1. The continuous need to increase capacity to enforce compliance at all mines. 2. Global economic challenges and the industrial relations challenges resulted in fewer jobs created. 3. Few applications from HDSA controlled entities as a result of among others , the barriers of entry such as funding. 44

Corrective Measures 1. Strengthening capacity of regional offices in respect of: – Social and Corrective Measures 1. Strengthening capacity of regional offices in respect of: – Social and Labour Plans(SLP), – Mine Economics, – Transformation components and monitoring and evaluation units. 2. Further development of SAMRAD to improve efficiency. This will include alignment with other IT systems, including revenue management and statistics collection. 3. Increase the rate of enforcement and compliance inspections and impose statutory notices where companies are found to be non – compliant 4. Create capacity in anticipation to implement the integrated licensing system in respect of mining , environment and water authorisation , to improve the ease of doing business. 45

Programme 4 Mineral Policy & Promotion Purpose 46 Programme 4 Mineral Policy & Promotion Purpose 46

Key Achievement 1. Ensure transformation in the sector – MPRDA and MHSA Bills drafted Key Achievement 1. Ensure transformation in the sector – MPRDA and MHSA Bills drafted and certified 2. Promote investment in the mining sector – Strategic and technical partnerships established( e. g. Russia MOU on Platinum Group Metals development). – Continuation of promotional activities e. g. Publications – Streamlining of licensing processes incl. DMR, DEA and DWA. – Established the Platinum Task Team to jointly respond on the challenges facing the sector. – Undertook a Policy Impacts study for investment in mining. 47

Key Achievements 3. Promote sustainable resource use and management – Rehabilitated 13 derelict and Key Achievements 3. Promote sustainable resource use and management – Rehabilitated 13 derelict and ownerless mine sites – Completed the strategy for management of mine residue deposits – Completed the construction of the Florida Lake Canal in respect of ingress control for AMD 48

Key challenge The key challenge is to to attract and retain skills 49 Key challenge The key challenge is to to attract and retain skills 49

Corrective Measure Collaborate with HR and industry to introduce innovative skills development programmes and Corrective Measure Collaborate with HR and industry to introduce innovative skills development programmes and also attracting the relevant categories of skills 50

Concluding remarks 1. The Department assisted by the Audit committee will monitor closely the Concluding remarks 1. The Department assisted by the Audit committee will monitor closely the implementation of management action plan to resolve the Auditor General findings. 2. In addition to the programmes that have been highlighted, there are other projects that the department is involved in to pursue government and national objectives. 3. These projects include among others: 51

Concluding remarks – Initiatives to stabilise the mining industry( peace and stability framework as Concluding remarks – Initiatives to stabilise the mining industry( peace and stability framework as well as the Deputy President led framework for sustainable mining industry) – Support to the Presidential package in respect of improving housing and living conditions of mine workers and improving socio-economic conditions around mining communities. 52

Concluding remarks – Shale Gas: A report on the potential , as well as Concluding remarks – Shale Gas: A report on the potential , as well as the socio-economic and environmental impact assessment was concluded. Regulations were approved by cabinet for public comments. – Coal resources and reserves study was completed – South Africa as Chair of the Kimberly Process. – Preparations to host the International Geological Congress. 53

Concluding remarks 3. The Department would like to thank Honourable Members for bringing to Concluding remarks 3. The Department would like to thank Honourable Members for bringing to our attention, issues as raised during oversight visits, and we would like to assure Honourable Members that these will continue to receive our priority in our activities. 54

THANK YOU. 55 THANK YOU. 55