South Africa – KZN province – Operation Vula – RASET – B-BBEE legislation

Al hierdie verskillende planne van die anc en fondse wat toegeken word, word onder wetgewing as “wetlik” gedoen en dit vloei in op die legkaart van die 1996 Grondwet.   Veral onder swart bemagtiging (B-BBEE en AA) wat al vir 26 jaar gedoen word, wat daar teen die blanke minderheidsvolk gediskrimineer word.   Ramaphosa dryf die B-BBEE kommissie.   Vir 26 plus jare is daar selfs ‘n paar duisend miljoeners gebore maar tog word “apartheid” voorgehou as die armoedige kussing om swart ekonomiese bemagtiging te voed en so word ons al meer en meer ‘n maatskaplike staat en die ryk elites word net al ryker.    Swartes loop in hul miljoene oor die grense al vir dekades.  As hulle nie “gronddiefstal” voor ons blankes se deure plaas is dit hoe ons kwansuis bevoordeel is, maar niks word konkreets uitgewys nie, net swak en rassistiese beskuldigings.  Selfs in die virus tydperk is blankes van hulp ontneem met swart bemagtiging en die fondse verdwyn in die tregter van korrupsie.

KwaZulu-Natal covid-19 economic recovery plan for agriculture is built on eight pillars, designed to unlock the province’s agricultural economy to its full potential.


It was stated that Agriculture is well positioned to help KwaZulu-Natal emerge from the covid-19 crisis and will have an important role to play in the province’s economic recovery plan as South Africa gradually moves out of economic lockdown.      It was also stated in May 2020 that the province will focus on increasing the productivity of women, youth and persons with disabilities as part of their recovery plan for the agricultural economy, said the deputy director-general of the KZN department of agriculture and rural development, Jerry Mfusi, during a webinar presented by his department.

In his presentation, Mfusi unpacked the province’s proposed pillars in the strategy to bring the agricultural economy back onto a growth course.    He said that the province has favourable climatic conditions allowing for a wide variety of agricultural practices.

“KZN has a total of 6,5 million hectares of land suitable for farming purposes of which 82% is suitable for extensive livestock production, while 18% compromises arable land. The global decline in food production also presents us with an opportunity to export,” Mfusi said.


Bongi Sithole-Moloi, KZN MEC for agriculture, said that severe economic distress was caused by the outbreak and subsequent spread of the novel coronavirus.

“As we have seen, the pandemic does not only kill people, but it also kills economies. The KZN provincial government has resolved to develop a covid-19 economic recovery plan focusing on key sectors of the economy, and agriculture is one of them,” she said.

Elaborating on the MEC’s plan, Mfusi said: “The focus will be to increase the productivity of women, youth and persons with disabilities, through enabling them to make use of opportunities that exist in terms of climate and access to government initiatives.”

Eight-point plan

The recovery plan is built on eight pillars, designed to unlock the province’s agricultural economy to its full potential. They are:

  • Fast-tracking RASET (Radical Agrarian Socio-economic Transformation) execution in land reform farms and rural industries;
  • Protecting jobs in the food value chain;
  • Investing in farm-gate and off-farm agricultural infrastructure;
  • Establishing a pre and post value chain fund;
  • Supporting mechanization and production inputs relief;
  • Expanding training and mentorship programmes for farmers, farm workers and farm-dwellers;
  • Accelerating access to market and support for agro-logistics; and
  • Rolling out economic relief and local buying to commercial and small-scale farms.

Agriculture crucial to KZN’s post-covid-19 recovery

Refer to the speech 28 March 2019


Radical Agrarian Socio-Economic Transformation (RASET)

MEC Sihle Zikalala: KwaZulu-Natal Radical Economic Transformation Summit

Parts of speech and it is about :


For nearly twenty-five years, our Province has travelled a long road in our quest to ensure that the freedom that we attained in 1994 is translated and felt even in the economic arena.

However, we are the first to admit that there are still major challenges in the transformation of the economy in the Province. One of them is the practice by some companies and individuals that dump their black partners once the contract has been secured and not paying them even 30% of sub-contracting which is an important requirement for the PPPFA Regulations.

In the near future, such companies will incur the wrath of the KZN B-BBEE Compliance Unit within EDTEA, a Unit that handles all the malpractices related to Economic Transformation in the Province.

In 2018, we announced the establishment of the Provincial Economic Transformation Monitoring Council which will look at the status of Economic Transformation in the Province.

This structure will also monitor the barriers that are making it hard for the implementation of Economic Transformation, measure B-BBEE trends and advise the Executive Council on measures to be taken to ensure the implementation of Economic Transformation in the Province.

Stakeholders are encouraged to raise any Economic Transformation challenges with the Council so that their concerns can urgently be attended to.

In support of the SMMEs and co-operatives, the Executive Council has approved implementation of 58 commodities, and six have been targeted for implementation in the first phase as part of Operation Vula Strategic Framework.

Operation Vula is centred on strengthening local economies and reorienting them to become effective centres of production, information processing and spatial development.

As part of this initiative we want to prolong money circulation in townships and rural areas by plucking money leakages thus forcing money to exchange more hands before it leaves the community. This will be achieved by increasing the local provision of a variety of services to local community by local enterprises.

It is for this reason that Government will support and promote local economic development and local small scale industries.

Operation Vula is being realised through revitalisation of township and rural economies, Public Procurement, Radical Agrarian Socio-Economic Transformation (RASET) and Black Industrialist programmes. To support local traders, yesterday we successfully launched the Bulk Buying and Warehousing programme at Mandeni.

We have identified the following commodities for implementation in the first phase of Operation Vuma: infrastructure development, agriculture produce i.e. fertilizers, bakery, furniture, and paper & toilet papers. This will be presented in details in the course of this Summit.

We are still experiencing limitations in the implementation of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework. This is an area that requires government to tighten up.

The limitation to awarding contracts to the target group because of the weighting of the 80: 20 or 90: 10 formulas means that many large companies will always undercut emerging companies on price because of their capacity to cut prices and survive on relatively lower margins.


This is the reason why, as part of Operation Vula framework, we have developed the KZN Sourcing strategy. This will be presented in details by the Provincial Treasury in this Summit.    Furthermore, the scope for the development of the small business sector and access to market opportunities has not been as positive.

As a developmental state, the pursuit for development and prosperity of Small Enterprises should be characterized by partnerships and collaboration between big business and all spheres of government.    The South African developmental State, whilst learning from the experiences of others, must be built on the solid foundation of South African realities. Whilst engaging private capital strategically, government must be rooted amongst the people and buttressed by a mass-based democratic liberation movement.

This means that while we are acting effectively to promote growth, efficiency and productivity, we must equally be effective in addressing the social conditions of our people so that they can realise economic progress.

It is on this basis that the Executive Council decided to organise this Radical Economic Transformation Summit to provide an opportunity to present and discuss the:

  • The Comprehensive KZN Transformation interventions to advance radical economic transformation.
  • Presentation of enabling KZN SCM policy reform for Radical Economic Transformation.
  • Presentation of the specific private sector interventions to accelerate Radical Economic Transformation.
  • Discussion on the role of Finance institution in opening up financial opportunities for economic transformation.
  • Discussion on localisation and opening up of markets opportunities in all areas in the Province

This will help to deal with the high level of inequalities, which at times, has led to a lot of frustrations and conflicts across various economic sectors in the Province. We expect this Summit to make recommendations and adopt resolutions on the following broad strategic areas:

  1. Adoption of Operation Vula as a comprehensive Provincial economic transformation implementation plan.
  2. Adoption of the KZN sourcing strategy that will enable implementation of targeted procurement in the Province.
  3. Commitment by all in the implementation of radical economic transformation in the Province.
  4. Commitment by all to submit progress reports on economic transformation to the KZN Monitoring Council
  5. All stakeholders to utilise the KZN Monitoring Council on matters of Economic Transformation, this include resolving conflict relating to economic transformation
  6. Commitment by all to ensure localisation and transparency in the identification of the beneficiaries for economic transformation opportunities.

This is a fundamental and critical discussion that we should approach with the seriousness, maturity, and urgency that it warrants. Ultimately, our success to transform our economy hinges on us rooting out conflict and illegality on all sites where projects are implemented.

This Summit provides a unique opportunity for all of us to listen to one another, to find one another, and to agree that any form of economic sabotage must be viewed as an attack on all South Africans, especially the vulnerable poor.

There is no space for destruction of property, intimidation, and extortion in the South Africa that we are seeking to build.


Recently, the South African Forum of Civil Engineering Contractors of South Africa (SAFCEC), the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS), and the Black Business Council have raised alarm about the delays in the construction sector owing to violent community protests and intimidation by members of business forums who demand stakes in construction projects.

SAFCEC argues that 78 construction projects worth more than R 25.5billion have been disrupted and stopped across the length and breadth of the country. It is said that no less than 110 engineers and technicians have already left our country because of these violent stoppages and for concerns of personal safety.

The latest example of the violent stoppage by men armed to death has been the halting of the R2.4 billion German oil storage investment project that is constructed by WBHO in Saldanha, in the Western Cape, on the 13th of March 2019.

In early February, the Aveng Strabag joint venture terminated its R1.6 billion Mtentu bridge contract in the Eastern Cape because of violent community protests deriving from job and contract demands made against Sanral.


Minister Mboweni announced that over R30 billion will be allocated to build new schools and maintain schooling infrastructure., and that an additional R2.8 billion will be added to the School Infrastructure Backlogs grant to replace pit latrines at over 2 400 schools.

The total investment value of these projects is US$19.1 billion.

We expect to create 800 000 temporary jobs during construction and 410 000 permanent jobs.

The major construction projects  include:

  • Tinley Town Integrated Development (Beach Resort):   R20 billion investment, 9500 permanent jobs and 29 000 construction jobs.
  • Nonoti Beach Resort – R2.5 billion investment:  1 000 direct jobs and permanent; approximately 2 000 construction jobs will be created.
  • Blythedale Beach Resort – R15 billion investment: 110 000 construction jobs and 15 000 permanent jobs.

To succeed, we need to work together and agree that there is no place for illegality in all the economic sectors in KwaZulu-Natal.,and%20Warehousing%20programme%20at%20Mandeni.


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  1. […] “KZN has a total of 6,5 million hectares of land suitable for farming purposes of which 82% is suitable for extensive livestock production, while 18% compromises arable land. The global decline in food production also presents us with an opportunity to export,” Mfusi said.    …..   This structure will also monitor the barriers that are making it hard for the implementation of Economic Transformation, measure B-BBEE trends and advise the Executive Council on measures to be taken to ensure the implementation of Economic Transformation in the Province. South Africa – KZN province – Operation Vula – RASET – B-BBEE legislation […]


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