24 March 2011
The Deputy Minister in The Presidency responsible for Performance Monitoring, Evaluation, Ms Dina Pule, will tomorrow meet with the South African Local Government Executive Council (SALGA). This is the continuation of her tour of provinces which started on 9 March 2011. The visits aim to sway provinces towards the implementation of the monitoring and evaluation system at the coalface of service delivery.
At the July 2010 Cabinet Lekgotla, President Jacob Zuma indicated that he expected the Department of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME) to monitor the performance of individual departments and municipalities. As part of the visits, Deputy Minister Pule will meet with the Provincial Executive Council to:
- Share the approach and the process to be followed in monitoring and evaluating performance
- Communicate institutional arrangements in order to implement the performance monitoring and evaluation system effectively and emphasise government’s focus on the five key priority areas as identified by the President in his State of the Nation Address.
The first visit was in Mpumalanga Province on 9 March followed by KwaZulu Natal on 16 March 2011.
The next visits are scheduled as follows:
|Friday, 25 March 2011||09h00||South African Local Government Executive Council,Block B, Menlyn Corporate Park,175 Corobay Avenue, cnr Garsfontein Road, Waterkloof Glen Ext, Pretoria
NB: There will be no media briefing tomorrow. For interview requests please contact Pheliswa Sebati 082 413 4609
|Tuesday, 29 March 2011||14h00||Gauteng Executive Council
Premier’s Office, Johannesburg
|Wednesday, 30 March 2011||10h00||Eastern Cape Executive Council
Premier’s Office, Bhisho
|Wednesday, 13 April 2011||10h00||Western Cape Executive Council
Cabinet Room, Room 1-65, Provincial Legislature Building, 07 Wale Street, Cape Town
|Wednesday, 20 April 2011||09h00||Northern Cape Executive Council
Executive Council Boardroom, 5th Floor JW Sauer Building,Cnr Quinn and Roper Streets, Kimberley
Cell: 082 714 9463
Send sms to Pheliswa Sebati on 082 413 4609
Issued by: Government Communications (GCIS)