Narysec

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2012
QUESTION 1992
INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER [No 23-2012]
DATE OF PUBLICATION: 10 August 2012

1992. Mrs P C Ngwenya-Mabila (ANC) to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform:

What progress has been made by his department to pursue rural development by empowering rural communities, especially women and youth, through facilitating and mediating strong organisational and institutional capacity? NW2399E

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Narysec (Parliament SA)

THE MINISTER OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM:

On the youth front of the empowerment of rural people, the Department has the National Rural Youth Service Corps (NARYSEC) a combination of skills development, workplace readiness and job opportunity creation programme involving young people residing and making a living in rural settings. It is a long term skills development and job creation programme of government facilitated, coordinated and implemented by the Department in partnership with other national, provincial and local structures. Its intention is to ensure maximum value is derived from the skills and knowledge systems of rural populations. In the end, the enhancement of skills, the development of complete transferable competencies will improve the economic condition of rural areas and young people in particular. Close to 7000 Women has benefited from NARYSEC.

The Department is currently working on making the participation of rural youth organizations in the councils of stakeholders at our Comprehensive Rural Development Programmes sites a policy requirement. This will go a long way in empowering young people to take charge of their community developments.

To maximise job opportunities, the department is in the process of constructing various institutions through its Rural Infrastructure Development Programme, such as the Beaufort West Youth Centre with ICT and Recreational Facilities; Recreational facilities and cultural hub at Masia in Limpopo; and the Witzenberg Recreation Facilities and enterprise development centre.

To increase the skills base, including scares skills critical skills, the department established the I-School Africa project which currently provides access to ICT at 13 schools across the country.

The Departmental Youth Development Strategy provides a conscious and coordinated response to developing the capacity of rural youth to engage meaningfully in rural development and land reform programmes. It directly responds to the status quo, challenges and opportunities the youth are experiencing and offers strategic options for facilitating youth engagement and empowerment to achieve sustainable rural development and successful land reform.

The Department has furthermore mobilized rural women through the Self-Help Groups-Saving Model, e.g. “Dipontwana and through the formation of Cooperatives. 598 Women have been mobilized

Training were conducted in areas such as awareness raising on women’s rights, training in agricultural products and animal care, vegetable gardening, hydroponics, animal husbandry, indigenous seed training, and lavender. 891 Women benefitted from this. In addition to this, 1236 Women have been trained in arts and crafts. They have also exhibited their arts and crafts at various exhibitions country wide which lead to exports to an international market.

Through the advocacy and exchange programmes, women are afforded opportunities to engage with departmental staff members in order to influence developmental processes and undertake exchange programmes, where women learn from each other. 3403 Women have engaged in these advocacy and exchange programmes.

Women actively participate in the decision-making in their rural areas through structures such as the Council of Stakeholders.

https://pmg.org.za/question_reply/379/

2012

THE MINISTER OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM:

http://www.pmg.org.za/files/doc/2012/RNW1104-120612.pdf

Reply received: June 2012

QUESTION 1065

NTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: [No 11-2012]

DATE OF PUBLICATION: 4 MAY 2012

1065. Mr A P Trollip (DA) to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform:

(1) (a) How many persons are currently enrolled in the National Rural Youth Service Corps programme (b) at which training institutions in each province is the programme offered, (c) what (i) is the scope of the programme and (ii) modules are offered, (d) what has been the total operating cost as at the latest specified date for which information is available and (e) how many persons have successfully graduated from the programme since its inception;

(2) whether the programme has been registered with any sector education and training authority (Seta); if not, why not; if so, with which Seta;

(3) whether the programme has been and (a) accredited and (b) registered with any educational entities; if not, why not; if so, with which entities;

(4) whether participants in the programme are offered a stipend; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant (a) details, (b) terms and (c) conditions under which participants receive such a stipend?

NW1251E

THE MINISTER OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM:

(1) (a) As at 30 April 2012, 8041 participants are currently enrolled in the National Rural Youth Service Corps (NARYSEC).

(b) Gauteng: (i) Ekurhuleni East College, (ii)South West Gauteng FET College, (iii)Tshwane North FET College, (iv) Tshwane South College, (v)Sedibeng College,(vi) Ekurhuleni West College, (vii) Western FET College and (viii) South West Gauteng College.

North West: (i) Vuselela FET College,(ii) Orbit FET College and (iii) Taletso FET College

Mpumalanga: (i) Gert Sibande FET College (ii) Ekangala FET College and (iii) Ehlanzeni FET College

Free State: (i) Motheo FET College, (ii) Flavius FET College and (iii) Gold Fields College

Eastern Cape: (i) East Cape Midlands, (ii) Ikhala FET College, (iii) King Sabata FET College, (iv)King Dalindyebo FET College, (v) Ingwe FET College, (vi) Port Elizabeth FET College (vii) Loveday College and (viii) Fort Cox College

Northern Cape: (i) Northern Cape Urban College

Western Cape: (i) Boland College, (ii) False Bay College, (iii) West Coast College (iv) Northlink College (v) South Cape College, (vi) College of Cape Town

KwaZulu Natal: (i) Majuba FET College, (ii) Ethekwini FET College and Umfolozi FET College

Limpopo (i) Vhembe FET, (ii) Lephalale FET College, (ii) Sekhukhune FET College and (iv) Capricorn College.

(c) (i) Community House Building (NQF L2) ; Building and Civil (NQF L3) Construction and Animal and Veld Management (NQF L2)

(ii) Annexure C1, C2 and C3.

(d) R281m as at 30 April 2012.

(e) The programme is still underway.

(2) Yes. The construction related programmes are registered with the Construction Sector Education and Training Authority (CETA) and the agriculture related programme is registered at the Agriculture Sector Education and Training Education Authority (AGRISETA);

(3) (a) No.

(b) No, NARYSEC is not a qualification but a programme which presents various registered training programmes;

(4) Yes.

(a)A stipend of R1 320 per month is paid calculated at R60 per working day for 22 days per month.

(b) The Participant shall receive a stipend of R60 (sixty rand) per day, paid in arrears once per month, for every day on which the participant receives training or renders community service during the duration of this contract.

(c)Same as (a) and (b) above.

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http://www.ruraldevelopment.gov.za/phocadownload/narysec/what_is%20narysec_e_narysec.pdf

 

 

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