PRESENTATION ON THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE SA NAVY

18 May 2007 By Vice-Admiral J. Mudimu (Chief of the SA Navy)
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AIM OF BRIEFING

To brief the JSCD on the transformation of the SA Navy

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SCOPE • • • • • Introduction Organisational Transformation Transformation of the Force Design Transformation of the Force Structure Transformation of the Human Resource Component • Transformation of the Training System

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SCOPE 2 • Transformation of the Logistics System • Transformation of the Policy Infrastructure • Transformation of Naval Finance • Co-ordinating and Integration Mechanisms • Dispositional Transformation • Managerial Challenges • Conclusion 4 .

Transformation in the SA Navy Transformation in the SA Navy is defined as the change in form. systems and processes. culture and expectations. measurement and controls. costs and capabilities 5 . character or disposition of the organisation. It is a non-incremental and simultaneous change of the Navy’s strategy and structure. outward appearance.

The Organisational Transformation of the SA Navy • A pro-active systems approach has been followed • Maximum synchronisation between functional areas within the Navy • Focus on the Core Business: Prepare Naval Forces • Exploiting information technology • Balance between all HR components 6 .

INTRODUCTION Transformation: Mandate & Mission Organisationl Force Structure Force Design HR Composition Disposition Staffing/People Training Process Improvement Disposal Acquisition of Strategic Defence Packages Operational/Training Vessels Old Fleet Transformation (NAVY REVIEW) Resources Critical Capacity Balance Bridging/Progression Training Resources New Fleet 26 New Technologies and re-establishment of ASW Output: Operational Ready Ships/Submarines 7 .

THE SA NAVY STRATEGY MANDATE CONSTITUTIONAL MANDATE DEFENCE ACT WP & DR MINISTERIAL/SECDEF/CSANDF GUIDELINES MILITARY STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES MILITARY/ NAVY MISSIONS NAVY CAPABILITIES 8 .

Envisaged SANDF and SA Navy Missions S/N Military Strategic Objectives a 1 2 3 To Enhance and Maintain Comprehensive Defence Capabilities To Promote Peace. Sanctions and Quarantine Enforcement Maritime Aid to Civil Power including law enforcement Environment and Resources Protection Quarantine Operations. Security and Stability in the Region and the Continent Military Strategic Missions b Non-Conventional Missions Health Support Missions Peace Support Operations Naval Missions c Anti-Piracy Operations Maritime Evacuation and Humanitarian Aid Peace Operations Peacekeeping Peace Enforcement Peace Building Special Operations Evacuation Operations Naval Diplomacy Assistance to Foreign Forces Naval Presence Assistance to Foreign Forces Embargo. Drug Interdiction and Prevention of Illegal Immigration 4 5 To Support the People of South Africa Special Operations Defence Diplomacy 6 Support to Government 9 .

Envisaged SANDF and SA Navy Missions 2 S/N Military Strategic Objectives a 7 8 9 10 To Support the People of South Africa Military Strategic Missions b Un-Conventional Missions Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Aid Presidential Tasks Conventional Missions Naval Missions C Maritime Strike and Interdiction Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Aid Evacuation Operations Strategic Sealift Aid to Presidential Diplomacy Maritime Strike and Interdiction Maritime Cover Layered Defence Maritime Containment Land Strike Coercion Naval Co-ordination and Guidance of Shipping 10 .

The SA Navy System Output: Supported and Ready Naval Forces Principles:Systems Approach Integrated Accountability Responsibility Matrix Organisation 11 .

Maritime Strategic Direction CSANDF Personnel Intake & Training Budget C Navy C J Ops Task Force Commander C2 & CMI HR Naval Base & Stations Fleet Force Preparation QA Logistics Supported Combat-ready User Systems Hulls & Systems Base Support Integration 12 .

THE SA NAVY FORCE DESIGN 13 .

Force Design Force Design Force Design 2006 SN FSE 1 2 3 4 5 FAC (M) FSG SSK CSS LPD (H) “As Is” DR 98 CRF 3 4 1+2 1 0 6 4 4 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 CF 0 1 1 0 0 U/Trng 0 1 1 0 0 Totals 0 4 3 1 1 CRF: Contingency Ready Force CF: Contributing Force U/Trng: Force Under Training 14 .

Force Design (Continued) Force Design Future Force Design 2006 CF 0 1 0 2 4 U/Trng SN FSE 1 2 3 4 5 MCMV AGS ODT Patrol OBS “As Is” 3 1 1+1 3 x IPV 16 DR 98 CRF 8 1 0 2x IPV 39 1 system 1x MHST 2 2 8 Totals 2 1 system systems 0 1 2 4 1+1 3 teams 3 x IPV 3 x OPV 16 boats 15 .

75 Maintenance & Upkeep: RM 42. low IR signature Weapons: 8 x Exocet SSM.SAN Patrol Corvettes Cost Considerations Cost Considerations Posts: 110 Posts: 110 Item 10 (Annual): RM 13 Item 10 (Annual): RM 13 Maintenance & Upkeep: RM 42. 20mm SAN Mk1 Speed: 28 Knts+ Endurance: 28 days Range: 7000 nm 16 . 16 x Umkhonto SAM.75 (excluding direct costs) (excluding direct costs) • • • • • • • • • • 4 x SAN PCs Built by Blom &Voss in Germany and all vessels have been commissioned into the Navy All vessels undergoing local combat suite installation and integration Due to start entering service from early 2006 Capable of operating Super Lynx or Oryx helos Complement: 115 including aircrew Significant stealth features – small RCS. 1 x 76mm Oto Malara.

10 knts surfaced • Endurance: 45 days • Range: 11000 nm @ 8 knts 17 .5 Maintenance & Upkeep: RM 21 Maintenance & Upkeep: RM 21 (excluding direct costs) (excluding direct costs) • • • 2 submarines delivered and commissioned into the Navy 1 x 209 currently under construction at GSC in Germany Construction commenced 2000 lead vessel to be delivered in early 2006 then 1 every 12 months • Complement: 30 with 5 trainees • Weapons: 14 x 533mm torpedoes (8 forward tubes + 6 reloads).Type 209 Submarines Cost Considerations Cost Considerations Posts: 30 Posts: 30 Item 10 (Annual): RM 4. also has mine-laying capability and FFBNW antisurface missile capability • Speed: 20 knts submerged.5 Item 10 (Annual): RM 4.

Simon’s Town 18 .THE SA NAVY FORCE STRUCTURE New Fleet Command Headquarters.

a Personal Staff PA 34.22 Mar Logistics Cap 34.20.Programme Sub-Programme Sub-Sub-Prog Personal Staff 34 Maritime Defence C NAVY IG (N) Maritime Direction Level 2 34.02 Force Preparation Dir Cap FOF Level 3.20.23 Mar Training Cap 34.01 DNP DMP DNL NBM DMW DNT DNPD IMT C Fleet Staff 34.21 Mar Combat Cap 34.20 PA Strategic Direction CNS Personal Staff CDMS 34.b HR Value Chain Vessel Value Chain HOUS 19 .24 Base Support Cap DFQA Level 4 OCs Log Units OCs Training Units OCs Ships and Submarines DFL Log Value Chain DFHR DFFP FOC NBS Level 3.

DIRECTOR FLEET HUMAN RESOURCES MARITIME WARFARE SCHOOL SAS SIMONSBERG HR Sub-Programme Maritime Combat SGB Project SCREWDRIVER PPP Sea Safety Training School SAS SALDANHA Technical Training School SAS WINGFIELD SA NAVAL COLLEGE 20 .

Fuel Farm DIRECTOR FLEET LOGISTICS Engineering Services Armaments Depot Log Sup Sub-Programme Fleet Maintenance Unit Naval Dockyard Smst 21 .

“Job Masego” Wardroom Restored Cable Hill Housing Harbour Control Base Support Sub-Programme Base Supply Organisation Admiralty House Da Gama Park Housing 22 .

Salisbury Island

Naval Station Durban 23

SUBMARINE CONTROL CENTRE SIMULATOR

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THE SA NAVY PERSONNEL SITUATION

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Navy HR Turn Around Strategy • Review of the Human Resources Strategy 2010 • Retention of Scarce Skills • Targeted recruitment interventions • PSAP recruiting • Review of core HR processes 26 .

Navy MSD & Reserve Concept MSD Feeder for both the Reserves and CSS 600 Vessel or Unit Regulars & MSD & Reserves 300 CSS Officers & Ratings MSD 1 DPW MSD 2 Service Systems 300 Reserves x Industry (Maritime) 300 Bursaries Re-Deployment Agency 27 .

000 Posts R 600.200.000.000.000.000.000 Cost 6000 Student Posts Project Posts FTF Posts Supnum Students Filled Actual Cost Full Cost Nov-04 Jun-04 Jul-04 May-04 Aug-04 Sep-04 Jan-05 Feb-05 Oct-04 Mar-05 Mar-07 Dec-04 Dec-07 Apr-07 28 .000.000.000.000 R 1.000 R 1.000 R 400.SA NAVY: PEOPLE VS POSTS VS FINANCE SAN POST UTILISATION / MAX COST RELATIONSHIP 11000 10000 9000 8000 7000 R 800.000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 RR 200.

SA NAVY PERSONNEL COMPLEMENT DESCRIPTION DETACHED SA NAVY PSAP DAP TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVING IN SA NAVY GENDER MALES FEMALES TOTAL 248 552 800 1540 4792 6332 6332 TOTAL 1788 5344 7132 PERCENTAGES 81% 19% 100% 29 .

REPRESENTIVITY : OFFICERS Rank Total Members Vice Admiral 1 Rear Admiral 3 Rear Admiral (Junior Grade) 12 Captain (SA Navy) 73 Commander 117 Lieutenant Commander 83 Lieutenant 109 Sub Lieutenant 105 Ensign 77 Sub Total 580 AF 0 0 1 2 4 3 4 17 18 49 AM 1 1 1 7 25 34 43 48 41 201 CF 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 4 1 9 CM 0 0 1 2 12 5 13 10 3 46 IF 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 INDIAN 21 PERCENT 4% INDIAN 2% IM 0 0 1 2 4 2 4 2 3 18 WF 0 0 0 3 8 9 6 8 2 36 WM 0 2 8 54 64 29 37 15 9 218 WHITE 254 PERCENT 44% WHITE 23% AFRICAN TOTAL 580 100% TARGET 2010 100% ALL TOTAL 250 PERCENT 43% AFRICAN 60% FEMALE MALE 97 483 PERCENT 17% 83% COLOURED 55 PERCENT 9% COLOURED 15% 580 30 .

REPRESENTIVITY : RATINGS Rank Warrant Officer Class One Warrant Officer Class Two Chief Petty Officer Petty Officer Leading Seaman Able Seaman Seaman Senior Pioneers Sub Total Total Members 315 270 633 792 895 619 679 9 4212 AF 1 11 15 40 102 125 130 0 424 AM 15 34 101 206 406 352 342 5 1461 CF 0 5 18 49 49 19 47 0 187 CM 65 94 267 292 187 46 89 3 1043 IF 0 0 4 8 7 0 1 0 20 IM 37 23 75 90 33 15 3 0 276 INDIAN 296 PERCENT 7% INDIAN 2% WF 16 14 12 23 34 21 13 0 133 WM 181 89 141 84 77 41 54 1 668 WHITE 801 PERCENT 19% WHITE 23% AFRICAN TOTAL 4212 100% TARGET 2010 100% ALL TOTAL 1885 PERCENT 45% AFRICAN 60% FEMALE MALE 764 3448 PERCENT 18% 82% COLOURED 1230 PERCENT 29% COLOURED 15% 4212 31 .

REPRESENTIVITY : PSAP SALARY LEVEL Level 14 Level 13 Level 12 Level 11 Level 10 Level 9 Level 8 Level 7 Level 6 Level 5 Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Sub Total TOTAL 1 1 9 12 53 23 184 274 252 148 253 75 254 1 1540 AF AM CF CM IF IM WF WM 1 1 7 5 30 10 61 104 15 5 2 3 149 244 WHITE 393 PERCENT 26% WHITE 23% 2 1 4 2 5 8 1 1 11 32 8 4 5 9 18 14 40 101 1 3 31 18 21 3 87 1 165 2 4 19 11 100 140 72 103 211 56 112 830 1 2 7 3 1 2 2 1 3 2 6 18 115 3 1 1 10 INDIAN 19 PERCENT 1% INDIAN 2% 9 AFRICAN TOTAL 1540 133 PERCENT 100% TARGET 2010 100% ALL TOTAL 9% AFRICAN 60% MALE FEMALE 1184 356 PERCENT 77% 23% COLOURED 995 PERCENT 65% COLOURED 15% 1540 32 .

INCENTIVE SCHEMES COMBAT INCENTIVE SCHEME TECHNICAL INCENTIVE SCHEME PERFORMANCE INCENTIVE SCHEME 33 .

COMBAT INCENTIVE SCHEME QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: PERFORMANCE BONUS 1 (R 146 685) – BWK CERTIFICATE PERFORMANCE BONUS 2 (R 183 084) – PWO OR COQ 2 COURSE PERFORMANCE BONUS 3 (R 183 084) – OC ENDORSEMENT TO BWC OR OC COURSE 34 .

COMBAT INCENTIVE SCHEME TOTAL – 161 Rank A Esn S Lt Lt Lt Cdr Cdr Capt Sub Total Total 5 13 26 6 1 0 51 I 1 0 3 1 0 0 5 161 Race C 0 4 9 0 0 1 14 W 0 6 34 21 22 6 89 M 4 19 63 25 23 7 141 161 35 Gender F 1 4 9 3 0 0 20 .

TECHNICAL INCENTIVE SCHEME BASED ON QUALIFICATIONS AND MEMBERS ACQUIRING SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES SANTECH 1 SANTECH 2 SANTECH 3 OFFICER R 146 685 R 183 084 R 183 084 RATINGS R 122 841 R 146 685 R 146 685 36 .

OFFICERS TOTAL Rank A Esn S Lt Lt Lt Cdr Cdr Sub Total Total 1 11 10 4 4 30 I 0 0 2 0 0 2 55 55 Race C 0 0 2 1 3 6 W 0 2 1 5 9 17 M 1 11 15 9 7 43 55 Gender F 0 2 0 1 9 12 37 .TECHNICAL INCENTIVE SCHEME .

RATINGS TOTAL Rank A WO 1 WO 2 CPO PO LS Sub Total Total 3 2 22 37 8 72 I 6 0 10 18 0 34 348 348 Race C 7 12 57 53 6 135 W 25 14 41 24 3 107 M 41 28 128 127 17 341 348 Gender F 0 0 2 5 0 7 38 .TECHNICAL INCENTIVE SCHEME .

PERFORMANCE INCENTIVES(PI) QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 360 DEGREE METHODOLOGY FOLLOWED 1681 PERSONNEL RECEIVED PI (FY 06/07) • • • • • GENDER AFRICAN INDIAN WHITE COLOURED M 280 109 338 607 F 80 20 133 114 TOTAL 360 129 471 721 39 .

PROMOTION STATISTICS 2006 TO DATE DESCRIPTION TOTAL PROMOTED FORMER NON STATUTORY FORCES WOMEN RANK African Capt R Adm (JG) R Adm 9 2 Indian 1 20 7 7 PERIOD JAN 06 TO APR 07 CAPT R ADM (JG) 7 2 1 RACE Coloured 3 White 7 5 1 R ADM 1 - 40 .

PROMOTION STATISTICS 2006 TO DATE DESCRIPTION CDR TOTAL FORMER NON STATUTORY FORCE WOMEN RANK African Cdr Lt Cdr Lt S Lt Esn 25 11 29 34 48 Indian 2 4 2 2 40 19 9 PERIOD JAN 06 TO APR 07 LT CDR 31 6 6 RACE Coloured 2 4 7 4 5 White 13 14 16 14 13 41 LT 56 2 7 S LT 54 15 ESN 68 13 .

PROMOTION STATISTICS 2006 TO DATE DESCRIPTION WO1 TOTAL PROMOTED FORMER NON STATUTORY FORCES WOMEN RANK African WO 1 WO2 CPO PO LS AB 19 18 44 103 176 432 Indian 6 3 14 20 8 7 47 17 5 PERIOD JAN 06 TO APR 07 WO2 61 13 7 RACE Coloured 12 27 39 70 44 53 White 10 13 25 16 34 57 42 CPO 122 10 16 PO 209 3 52 LS 626 53 AB 549 160 .

STUDY CONTRACTS ANY MEMBER IN THE SA NAVY WHO WISHES TO STUDY MAY APPLY FOR A STUDY CONTRACT ALLOCATION IS EFFECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH POLICY GUIDELINES 43 .

STUDY CONTRACTS Tertiary Studies (196) Institution Cape University of Technology UCT Cape College False Bay College Durban Institute of Technology Northlink University of Johannesburg University of Stellenbosch Mil Acad (Distance) Mil Acad (Full Time) Sub Total Total Female 6 7 0 0 0 6 0 2 2 7 30 196 Male 34 18 1 1 1 81 1 4 7 18 166 A 33 16 0 0 1 45 1 3 4 16 119 W 4 5 0 0 0 17 0 2 1 5 34 C 2 4 1 1 0 22 0 1 4 4 39 I 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 44 .

STUDY CONTRACTS Tertiary Studies (Part Time) (149) Institution Mancosa U OFS Intec PE College Oxbridge Teachers Acad Northlink U of JHB UNISA Tswane Tech CT College US Sub Total Total Female 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 51 8 2 5 76 149 Male 1 0 1 0 0 1 19 0 19 32 0 0 73 A 1 0 1 0 0 0 8 0 34 17 2 1 64 W 1 1 0 0 0 1 6 0 9 9 0 3 30 C 0 0 1 1 0 1 7 2 21 11 0 1 45 I 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 3 0 0 10 45 .

SUPPORT TO GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES: AsgiSA and JipSA Military Skills Development System and the Redeployment Agency Technical Training Centre Awarding of Bursaries to Reserve Force Members Social Responsibility Programme Sea Cadet Qualification Partnerships with Local Maritime Industry Maritime Reaction Squadron 46 .

TRANSFORMATION OF THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING SYSTEM 47 .

Applications for accreditation submitted (All 5 Training Providers). New Chairperson. Steady Progress. 3 Applications approved and 2 applications referred to correct SETA. ETD Governing Body. Management Information System (MIS). Completed for all Training Providers. Installed and Working. Qualtity Management System. SAN Registered as Service Provider (via Assessment College). Updated to include Reserves & PSAP.CREDIT BEARING LEARNING: ACCREDITATION Accreditation. Staff College = Services SETA. Convened Critical to Credit Bearing Learning. 48 . SAS WINGFIELD = MERSETA & Energy SETA. Verification of Bio and ETD Data . ETDP’s.

Skills Audit. Completed. Progress steady but slow. Technical Qualifications. 5 X Qualifications at SAQA. Combat Qualifications. Verification. 3 X Quals “ready” for Registration. Standards Generating Body. Meeting to resolve outstanding issues (SAQA + SAN + Transport SETA). Crucial to registration of Qualifications.CREDIT BEARING LEARNING: QUALIFICATIONS Skills Analysis. 49 . Slow due to complicated process.

National Legislation International Conventions Military Strategy Force Design Naval Training Co-operation Plan Training Systems Force Preparation/ Employment CO-ORDINATING MECHANISM African Maritime Training Co-ordination Centre National Legislation “Seapower for Africa” Military Strategy Force Design International Conventions African Training Co-operation Plan Training Systems Force Preparation/ Employment 50 .

TRANSFORMATION OF THE LOGISTIC SUPPORT SYSTEM 51 .

de-centralised execution • Enabling • Partnerships • Trhough-life support 52 .SA Navy Logistic Support (Principles) • Systems approach • Supported ships and submarines • Centralised direction.

Navy Vessel Support Concept Constitution Defence Act SRA Navy Vessel Safety Agency Navy Command & Control SDP Technology Transfer Consortium Forum Industry SPSC IMT Company A Company B ARMSCOR NEB TUS NPU FMU SANAD NSD Company C Company D Naval Dockyard Simon’s Town Company E Company F Germanischer Loyd OSIS (Codification) 53 .

TRANSFORMATION OF THE POLICY INFRA-STRUCTURE 54 .

INTENT • To generate a policy infrastructure which is – relevant. – enabling as well as prescriptive. – user friendly. 55 . and – systemic.

SERVICE DELIVERY AND GOOD GOVERNANCE • • • • • • • Organisational Excellence through Effective Service Delivery (May 04) SA Navy Strategic Direction Process (Jul 04) Establishment of the Redesigned Reserve (Sep 04) Service Delivery Award Mechanism (May 05) Annual Reporting (Jun 05) Management of Revenue and Debt (Sep 05) Risk Management in the SA Navy (Jan 07) 56 .

EQUITY AND HUMAN RESOURCE EMPOWERMENT • • • • • • Equal Opportunities and Affirmative Action (Jul 01) Mentorship (Aug 01) Staffing and Utilisation of Women at Sea (Feb 04) Social Responsibility (Nov 05) Learning Partnerships (Oct 05) Gender Transformation (Feb 06) 57 .

HUMAN RESOURCES • • • • • • • • Staffing of Defence Act (Uniformed) Members (Aug 02) Selection and Development of MSD (Oct 02) SA Navy Human Resource Process (Dec 02) Military Training for Officers Part Two (Apr 03) Institution of SA Navy Staffing / Promotion Boards (May 03) Assessment and Selection of Naval Officers (Feb 04) Human Resource Planning Process (Feb 04) Unacceptable Behaviour / Misconduct during Learning Opportunities (Mar 07) 58 .

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY • Navy Support to Sea Cadets (May 04) • Naval Social Responsibility Programme (Sep 05) 59 .

CAPABILITY • SA Navy Combat Capability Infrastructure (Jun 05) 60 .

TRANSFORMATION OF SA NAVY CO-ORDINATING AND INTEGRATING MECHANISMS 61 .

SA Navy Co-ordinating Mechanisms Level 2 Gender Equity Committee Navy Command Council Various Input Meetings Navy Planning Committee Navy Staff Council Navy Budget Control Committee Level 3 Fleet Board Gender Equity Committee Fleet Command Board Fleet Budget Control Committee Fleet ETD Com Accreditation Committee Product Support Board Fleet Int Man Board 62 .

THE SA NAVY FINANCIAL TRANSFORMATION 63 .

THE SA NAVY: OBJECTIVE/RESPONSIBILITY STRUCTURE Programme MARITIME DEFENCE 34 Sub-Programme MARITIME DIRECTION CAPABILITY 34.22 MARITIME TRAINING CAPABILITY 34.25 Sub-Sub-Programme Sub-Sub-Sub-Programme Activity (FSE/FS Level) Sub-Activity Navy Rapid Deployment Forces Formative Training Capability Operational Boat Squadron Staff College Navcol 64 .21 MARITIME LOGISTICS SUPPORT CAPABILITY 34.20 MARITIME COMBAT CAPABILITY 34.24 MARITIME RESERVE CAPABILITY 34.23 BASE SUPPORT CAPABILITY 34.

685 1.302 54.153.676 13.000 14.013 11.359 475.349.98% 6.374 44.487 60.000 30.550 14.313 800.254 12.095 36.991 1.261.000 73.696 26.932 16.576 42.000 86.82% 9.51% 59.34% 60.440.000 15.697 1.742 726.208 414.76% 693.099 439.301 05/06 06/07 07/08 08/09 RM RM RM RM 1.697 22.247 757.50% 62.000 14.000 11.SA NAVY FINANCIAL ALLOCATIONS Entity Allocation % Increase per year Personnel % of Allocation Navy Office FOF Corporate Commitments Ringfenced: SDP Screwdriver BRUTES XENA Dockyard 04/05 RM 1.478 473.478.595 9.291 794.760 39.982 43.755 Note: 08/09 figure excludes ICS and CTC 65 .40% 6.000 10.379 428.000 40.15% 59.

Dispositional Transformation Coherent organisational disposition is fundamental to successful transformation: Professionalism Discipline Patriotism Shared Focus Ethics and Morality 66 .

Dispositional Change Key emergent issues: HR transformation Empowerment including gender mainstreaming and gender transformation Service Delivery Moral regeneration and ethical sensitivity Good governance Learning Culture 67 .

Diversity. Change management) Participation in National Equity Commemoration Vigorous implementation of gender mainstreaming Formulation and monitoring of Equity Committees Co-ordination of Diversity Management EO and AA 68 . Equity.PROGRAMME OF ACTION Interventions include: Empowerment workshops (Morality / Ethics. Gender awareness.

annual financial shorfall as follows: Personnel: Rm 185 Goods and Services: Rm 271 One-time lifeline of Rm 497 Retention of trained personnel Incomplete force design Facillities 69 .SA Navy: Managerial Challenges Despite all efforts to become more affordable.

of selfless service in pursuit of organisational execellence in the Maritime Defence Programme of Government 70 .CONCLUSION The SA Navy has made much progress in truly becoming the “Peoples Navy” and therefore reflects the resolve of our country.

its Territorial Integrity And its People….The people serving in the SA Navy are truly committed to uphold the Constitution of the RSA by being able to ‘Fight at Sea” “Win at Sea” “Unchallenged at Sea” Core Business Competency Deterrence Constitution: “Defend and Protect the Republic.” AGREEMENT OF ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE 71 ..

QUESTIONS ? 72 .

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