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  • Vision and MissionMandate and Strategic ImperativesCross border environmentReview of Organisational PerformanceProgress on Strategic ProjectsStrategic PartnershipsDevelopment & Empowerment ProgrammesEmployment EquityFinancial InformationAudit Outcomes 2013/14 Looking into the futureKey Challenges and Intervention AreasConcluding Remarks

  • VisionTo be the leading cross-border road transport Agency within the regionMissionTo spearhead social and economic development within the SADC region through facilitating unimpeded cross border road transport

    Strategic Outcome Oriented Goals

    Enhance organizational PerformanceFacilitate Unimpeded flow of Cross Border TransportPromote Regional integrationPromote safe and reliable cross-border transport; and Strategic positioning to enhance organizational Sustainability

  • To eliminate impediments in the flow of passengers and freight by road across regional bordersTo introduce regulated competition in cross-border passenger transportTo liberalise market access in the cross-border freight transportTo reduce operational constraints for the cross-border road transport industryTo enhance and strengthen the capacity of public sector; andTo build industry partnership and to empower the cross-border road transport industry.Established in terms of Act No. 4 of of 1998

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  • ItemInterventionStatusUnresolved areas1Developing strategic partnerships with stakeholders2Consensus on organizational mandateResolved areas3Resolving governance lapses at Board level4Improve image of Agency by obtaining a clean audit5Developing a sound funding model6An organizational structure consistent with the mandatePartly resolved1Recruiting suitably qualified personnel2Organizational culture and values3Developing leadership cohesion at all levels 4Inculcating a performance driven culture

  • The Agency attained its second consecutive unqualified audit opinion since establishment 15 years ago.

    2010/11 and 2011/20122013/142012/13QUALIFIED AUDITUNQUALIFIED AUDITUNQUALIFIED AUDIT

  • ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE2013/14

  • PERFORMANCE TARGETS NUMBER OF INDICATORS % OBTAINED65% of the targets set were achieved, representing an overall performance improvement of 17% from the previous financial yearPerformance targets fully achieved (100%)40100% and above

    There was significant progress on many other indicators during the financial year. Recovery plans were put in place in some areas.

  • Key achievements:Increase in industry development programmes implemented to support cross-border operators.Completed 8 route surveys in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Botswana, Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho and Namibia this will form basis for scientific tool improvement to regulate the cross-border market. (To assist decision on split between taxis and buses to inform on number of permits to be issued per corridor.Launched Cross-Alive Road Safety campaigns in support of the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety.Entered into partnerships with key strategic stakeholders who play a critical role in the cross-border industry: (Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Tourism, Department of International Relations and Cooperation, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Environmental Affairs, South African Revenue Service.Formalised relationships with other stakeholders.

  • WORK ACTIVITY2012/132013/14DIFFERENCE% MOVEMENTYEAR-ON-YEAR MOVEMENTVehicle Inspections132,372211,79879,42660%Prosecutions15,38429,41114,02791.2%Compliance Rate88.79%81%(7.79%)(8.77%)

  • WORK ACTIVITY2012/132013/14% MOVEMENTYEAR-ON-YEAR MOVEMENTTotal Permits issued75 00080 0346.7%PERMITS ISSUED PER CATEGORYPassenger transport - Taxi 10 53911 0955.30%Passenger Transport - Buses3 1442 781Freight transport55 05363 93516.10%Tourist transport1 6822 21331.50%

  • Permits issued per country during 2013/14

    Permits issued in 2012/13 and 2013/14

    Country2012/132013/14%MovementBotswana33943728.90%D.R. of Congo04400%Lesotho2,9682,718(8.40%)Malawi220900%Mozambique4,3324,3901,30%Namibia7915494.90%Swaziland453422(6.80%)Zambia4035(12.50%)Zimbabwe2,3122,88224,60%Cabotage1433135%Total10,53911,0955.30%

  • Permits issued in 2012/13 and 2013/14

    Permits issued per country during 2013/14

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    Country2012/132013/14%MovementBotswana100484384%D. R. of Congo2314(39%)Lesotho595506(14.90%)Malawi12716723.90%Mozambique631542(14.10%)Namibia11053(51.80%)Swaziland18273(59.80%)Zambia7765(15.60%)Zimbabwe1,299877(32.50)

  • Permits issued in 2012/13 and 2013/14

    Permits issued per country in 2013/14

    Country2012/132013/14%MovementBotswana7,7698,1805.30%D.R. of Congo4,9503,328(32.70%)Lesotho4,3154,026(6.70%)Malawi1,3221,81427.10%Mozambique8,46310,62525,50%Namibia5,8006,2347.50%Swaziland5,3575,281(1.40%)Zambia8,57413,72160%Zimbabwe8,43210,66626.50%Cabotage7160(15.50%)

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    D.R. of Congo3328

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  • 2012/20132013/2014% MovementRegional1,6822,21331.50%

  • CHANGING GEARSSTRATEGIC PROJECTPROJECT OBJECTIVE PROGRESS TO DATEFUTURE PLANSStrategic Value Proposition Plan To outline the future strategic value of the Agency within the transport industrySituational analysis completedIndustry environmental scanning and stakeholder engagements on-going; andIntegration of all strategic projects. Present a plan to DoT and the Minister of Transport (Shareholder with defined roles and strategic value propositions for the Agency in the cross border industry;Support the DoT in drafting legislation that may be required to change the mandate of the C-BRTA;Progressive implementation of the Strategic Value Proposition Plan in the cross border industry.

  • CHANGING GEARSSTRATEGIC PROJECTPROJECT OBJECTIVE PROGRESS TO DATEFUTURE PLANSOperator Compliance Accreditation Scheme (OCAS)Accreditation of cross-border operators based on their risk profiles to reduce transit delays.Identifying the key OCAS system requirements;On-going technical stakeholder engagements;Benchmarking and tailoring completed;Draft Design Framework of OCAS governance approved by Regulatory Committee; andDevelopment of business rules.Strategic stakeholder engagements with the regional stakeholders to formally adopt OCAS at a regional level;Piloting 2016.

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    CHANGING GEARSSTRATEGIC PROJECTPROJECT OBJECTIVE PROGRESS TO DATEFUTURE PLANSMarket Access Regulation (MAR)Scientific determination of supply and demand within cross-border corridors.Draft Market Access Regulation Model finalised;The MAR Model has been expanded to cater for six (6) major cross border routes and is scheduled has been completed.Pilot and refine the MAR model in 2014/15; andFully implement the MAR tool from 2015 onwards.

  • CHANGING GEARSSTRATEGIC PROJECTPROJECT OBJECTIVE PROGRESS TO DATEFUTURE PLANSBusiness Case for corridor and cross- border management reformsTo define the role of the C-BRTA in border management and corridor management reforms.Project CompletedEngage cross border industry stakeholders on proposed corridor and border management reforms and impact, 2014/15;Feasibility study on the recommended corridor and border management reforms.Share findings and recommendations with key stakeholdersDevelopment of implementation plans

  • CHANGING GEARSSTRATEGIC PROJECTPROJECT OBJECTIVE PROGRESS TO DATEFUTURE PLANSIndustry Partnership Development Plan (IPDP)To create mutually beneficial partnerships with industry stakeholdersStakeholder mapping Completed

    C-BRT stakeholder forum launchedBuild strong stakeholder relationships and partnerships in the cross border industry aimed at reducing operational constraints; andDrive initiatives on the development of SMMEs and empowerment of the historically disadvantaged individuals.

  • REGIONAL: SADC Secretariat, Joint Committees, Joint Route Management Groups (JRMGs);NATIONAL: Participation in Border Control Operational Coordinating Committee (BCOCC), Inter-Agency Clearing Forum (IACF), Department of Home Affairs (DHA), South African Revenue Service (SARS); National Intelligence Coordinating Committee (NICOC), National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure (NATJOINTS); PROVINCIAL: Transport MECs, HODs (Provincial Transport Departments);LOCAL LEVEL: Metros and Municipalities;

  • INTERNAL: Route Committees, Operator Forums, Stakeholder Forums, Joint law Enforcement Initiatives, SMME development initiatives

  • Development of a Women-In-Transport programme aimed at introducing women operators to cross-border road transport.On-Going SMME Development Programmes for aspiring Cross-Border Operators.Training of inspectors on the C-BRT Act, Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offices (AARTO, National Land Transport Act (NLTA), Professional conduct and law enforcement.A significant number of senior management (8) within the Agency attended and successfully completed a Senior Management Development Programme.

  • HUMAN RESOURCES

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  • FINANCIAL OVERVIEW

  • 2012/132013/2014REVENUEPermit IncomeR165,93mR96,46mPenalty

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