Government

KZN Department OF Economic Development & Tourism

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The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Economic Development and Environmental Affairs is mandated to oversee the socio-economic transformation in the province. It therefore leads the policy and strategic initiatives directed at promoting development and growth in various sectors of the economy. However, to achieve its objectives, the Department has to co-operate with various stakeholders and social partners that include the private sector and civil society. National and provincial legislative, policy and strategic frameworks guide the operations of the Department. Some of the national acts that are critical to the operations of this portfolio are the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, particularly Schedule 6 which stipulates the competences of the provincial government on matters of economic development and the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) among other sector specific acts. The Department’s operations are also guided by a number of national policies and strategies, which include among others:

• New Growth Path (NGP)
• Industrial Action Plan (IPAP2)
• National Development Plan (NDP)
• Local Economic Development (LED) policy guideline;
• South Africa Trade policy framework
• Green economy framework
• Mining beneficiation strategy
• National Spatial Economic Development Perspective (NSDP)
• Special economic Zones (SEZs) Bill and policy, and
• A number of sector specific strategies.

The provincial government has aligned to these acts and policies and the Department’s mandate is further guided by the following provincial acts and strategies, among others:

• Ithala Act,
• Tourism Act,
• Liquor Act, Business Act,
• Dube Trade Port act,
• BEE Act,
• Film Commission Act,
• Trade & Investment Act,
• Provincial growth & Development Strategy (PGDS),
• Provincial Spatial Economic Development Strategy (PSEDS),
• Export Strategy,
• Industrial Development Strategy (IDS),
• Investment Promotion Strategy,
• Green Economy Strategy,
• Airport Strategy,
• SMME strate

KZN Department Of Health

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Vision:
Optimal health for all persons in KwaZulu-Natal
Mission:
To develop and implement a sustainable, coordinated, integrated and comprehensive health system at all levels, based on the Primary Health Care approach through the District Health System, to ensure universal access to health care
Core Values
Trustworthiness, honesty and integrity
Open communication, transparency and consultation
Professionalism, accountability and commitment to excellence
Loyalty and compassion
Continuous learning, amenable to change and innovation

KZN Department of Arts & Culture Arts

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The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Arts and Culture promotes, supports, develops and protects the arts, culture and heritage of the province. The province’s heritage sites, museums and monuments also fall under this ministry.

The Department believes that arts and culture play a crucial role in nation-building as well as in developing a new national identity reflective of our democracy. The Department’s initiatives such as the Social Cohesion Programme ensure that people are proud of their diverse culture and heritage.

The KZN MEC for this portfolio is Mrs Bongiwe Sithole-Moloi and the political head on a national front, Minister of Arts and Culture is Nathi Mthethwa.

KZN Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

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Our Departments vision is People Centred sustainable Co-operative governance. We aim to achieve this through coordinating and fostering cooperation amongst governance institutions and building capacity to accelerate delivery of high quality services to communities

KZN Department of Human Settlements

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VISION
Together Breaking New Ground to achieve decent, integrated and sustainable human settlement patterns.
MISSION
To deliver suitably located housing opportunities and security of tenure over the next five years through collaborative partnership, legislative planning processes and empowerment of women in construction.

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
Ensure financial viability of the Department
Provision of skilled resources
Implement projects that ensure spatial, social and economic integration
Accelerate the delivery of slums clearance projects and Outcome 8 Projects
Accelerate the creation of rental housing opportunities, and implement projects that ensure spatial, social and economic integration
To fast-track the transfer of the title deeds to promote home ownership
VALUES
The Department subscribes to the principles of Batho Pele and embraces the following Key Values:

Commitment to performance;
Trust and Honesty;
Transparency and Consultation;
Integrity; and
Accountability.

KZN Department of Social Development

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The vision of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Social Development is to enhance the quality of life through an integrated system of social development services. Its mission is to be committed to the promotion of development social welfare services and community development for the people of KwaZulu-Natal in partnership with stakeholders, and to transform our society by building conscious and capable citizens through the provision of integrated social development services.

The Department seeks to embody the Batho Pele principles in its efforts to ensure that its service provision is done in humane ways and results in positive and sustainable outcomes for the citizens of KwaZulu-Natal. Its Service Delivery Improvement Plan entails all the principles of Batho Pele and will be implemented over the next five years.

The Department's constitutional mandate rests on the basic tenets of the Constitution as embodied in Chapter 2: the Bill of Rights emphasises equality, human dignity, freedom and security of the person, health care, food, water and social security, and the rights of the child.

KZN Legislature

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The adoption of both the Interim Constitution of the Republic of South Africa in 1993 and the final Constitution of the Republic of South Africa in 1996 has been a major milestone in achieving freedom in South Africa and in establishing a democratic state founded on principles such as the supremacy of the Constitution and the of rule of law.

The Constitution has ensured that South Africa continues to develop as a constitutional state, that is, one where political power is restricted in various ways and in which the Constitution serves as the golden standard for the legitimate exercise of public power.

The separation of powers is one such restriction and is a means to ensure protection of rights by way of the distribution of political power between different institutions and persons. The idea is that good governance is more likely when political power is distributed to various actors as opposed to being concentrated in one person. The objective is to prevent the abuse of political power. Under this principle, specific functions, duties and responsibilities are allocated to different institutions with specific areas of jurisdiction.

In South Africa, broadly speaking, this has led to a separation of public powers between the legislature (concerned with the making of laws), the executive (concerned with the application and execution of laws) and the judiciary (concerned with the resolution of disputes). However, it is important to note that the separation of powers is not absolute in South Africa. Instead, the powers, functions and institutions of the three branches of government are inter-related. Thus, the exercise of core functions of one branch may be subject to limitations, checks and balances exercised by another branch.

Governmental structures in South Africa are established by the Constitution. The Constitution provides for the establishment of three spheres of government, namely national, provincial and local which, although distinct, are also inter-depende

KZN Treasury

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VISION

The centre of excellence in Financial and Fiscal Management in the country.
MISSION
We, the KZN Provincial Treasury, seek to enhance the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government service delivery by responding to the expectations of all stakeholders in the value chain as a key driver through:

​Optimum allocation of financial resources and enhanced revenue generation, while ensuring that all financial transactions adhere to applicable legislation and corporate governance principles.
Our competent employees are at the centre of ensuring best value to our stakeholders.
CORE VALUES​
The core values of the department are as follows:-
Responsibility
Efficiency
Service Excellence
Financial Discipline
Professionalism
Integrity
Respect

KwaZulu-Natal Office of the Premier

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The mission of the KwaZulu-Natal Office of the Premier is to support the Premier in carrying out his/her constitutional and statutory duties.

The Department fulfils this mission primarily by mobilising, coordinating and integrating the efforts of the provincial government and administration to eradicate various forms of human deprivation; playing a leadership role in mobilising and leveraging public and private sectors' resources to realise a sustainable economic growth, with the capacity to generate decent jobs and eradicate poverty and inequality; spearheading the efforts of provincial government and all stakeholders aimed at ensuring peace, safety and security for all; professionally executing departmental mandates; coordinating and facilitating macroprovincial and other transversal issues and programmes; promoting cooperative and good governance, including fighting against fraud and corruption; providing the highest quality of policy management, planning and monitoring, and evaluation services; creating policies relating to regulations, information and legislation; and supporting the executive branch of the provincial government in initiating and executing provincial

Labour Talk

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Labour talk is a weekly actuality program about the different aspects of new and existing labour legislation. It consists of interviews with experts on the LRA, BCEA, COIDA, UIF, EEA, OHSA and various Bargaining Council agreements.

Arbeidspraatjies is 'n weeklikse aktualiteits program, oor al die aspekte arbeidswetgewing. Onderhoude met kenners op die BCEA, LRA, UIA, EEA, COIDA, OHSA en die verskillende Bedingingsrade word in diepte gevoer.

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