ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN 2018/2019 FIRST QUARTER REPORT PORTFOLIO

ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN 2018/2019 FIRST QUARTER REPORT PORTFOLIO

ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN 2018/2019 FIRST QUARTER REPORT PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS (PCEA) 30 OCTOBER 2018 Dr Moshibudi Rampedi Chief Executive Officer SANBI DELEGATION Mrs Beryl Ferguson, SANBI Board Chairperson Dr Moshibudi Rampedi, Chief Executive Officer Ms Carmel Mbizvo, Head of Branch: Biodiversity Science & Policy Advice Ms Lorato Sithole, Chief Financial Officer Mr Moeketsi Khoahli, Chief Corporate Officer 2 PRESENTATION OUTLINE 1. 2. 3. 4. SANBI vision and mission: Slide 4 Legislative, policy, mandate and reporting: Slide 5 SANBIs contribution to national priorities: Slides 6 - 8 SANBIs Seven Programmes: Slide 9 5. Progress towards achievement of Targets: Q1 and Dashboard: Slides 11- 38 6. SANBIs Staff Demographics for 2018/19 Q1: Slides 39 - 43 7. Financial Performance for 2018/19 Q1: Slides 44 - 50 SANBI Vision Biodiversity richness for all South Africans POLICY and LEGAL FRAMEWORK (source of mandate) National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act NEMBA (Act No 10 of 2004) Gazetted SANBI role in NEMBA Regulations: Threatened or Protected Species; CITES including the National Scientific Authority; Alien and Invasive Species Gazetted Obligations in the National Biodiversity Framework (NBF) the five year plan from Cabinet approved 20 year vision the National Biodiversity Strategic Action Plan (NBSAP) Gazetted Obligations in Ministers Delivery Agreement in Outcome

10 / in the MTSF targets Published / Parliamentary approved The Climate Change Response White Paper SANBI role in delivering Long Term Adaptation Scenarios for the bionatural resources / designated National Implementing Entity (NIE) for the Global Adaptation Fund Published/ Ministerial approved SCIENCE INTO POLICY / ACTION: information | planning | policy advice | models | tools BUILDING BIODIVERSITY KNOWLEDGE: assessments | status | trends | monitoring | modelling FOUNDATIONS OF BIODIVERSITY: collections| taxonomy | inventory | maps | classification of ecosystems and species HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT windows on biodiversity GARDENS WHAT WE DO human wellbeing improved service delivery job creation harnessing biodiversity value investment in ecological infrastructure ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change streamlined environmental decision-making 6 SANBIs CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL PRIORITIES National Development Plan (NDP) desired 2030 outcome Transition to a society & economy which is internationally competitive, equitable, job creating & sustainable SANBIs Contribution DEA Outcomes Medium Term Strategic Framework (MTSF) Sub-outcomes ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION OPTIMISED Facilitate sustainable Socioeconomic Growth &

Development by catalysing, optimising & scaling up the contribution of the environmental sector to economic prosperity GARDENS AS WINDOWS ON BIODIVERSITY ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY SAFEGUARDED & ENHANCED Provide leadership in promoting & ensuring environmental sustainability through the management, utilisation, conservation, protection & valuing of our natural resources FOUNDATIONS OF BIODIVERSITY SCIENCE SOCIALLY TRANSFORMED & TRANSITIONED COMMUNITIES Drive socio-economic transformation & transition by optimising the fair & equitable sharing of benefits & enabling Social Development BUILDING BIODIVERSITY KNOWLEDGE SCIENCE INTO POLICY/ ACTION GLOBAL AGENDA INFLUENCED & GLOBAL/LOCAL OBLIGATIONS MET Enhanced international cooperation supportive of SA environmental /Social Development priorities HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT SANBIS CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATIONS & NATIONAL PRIORITIES SDGs

International agreements NDP MTSF DEA Outcomes SANBI Programmes 8 SANBIs PROGRAMMES 1 Render effective and efficient corporate services 2 Manage and unlock benefits of the network of National Botanical Gardens as windows into South Africas biodiversity 3 Build the foundational biodiversity science 4 Assess, monitor and report on the state of biodiversity and increase knowledge for decision-making, including adaptation to climate cha nge 5 Provide biodiversity policy advice and access to biodiversity information, and support for climate change adaptation 6 Provide human capital development, education and awareness in response to SANBIs mandate 7 Manage and unlock the biodiversity conservation contributions and benefits of the National Zoological Garden of South Africa 9 PROGRAMME 1 : RENDER EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT CORPORATE SERVICES 1.1: SANBI is positioned as an employer of choice in the biodiversity sector Performance indicator Baseline Percentage of payroll allocated and spent on staff development 2% of payroll allocated and spent on staff development Annual Target 2018/19 1% of payroll allocated and spent on staff development 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 1% of the quarterly payroll spent on

staff development 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Behind Schedule (R433,406 against target of R686, 995) Challenges: Cost of interventions which took place in June 2018 (e.g. certain conferences and seminars), not yet reflected in financial reports Corrective measures: Expenses will be reflected in quarter 2 report. Transformed Institute that reflects the demography of the South African population Employment Equity Plan 45% female staff on permanent and contract employment 44.25% female staff Achieved. 44.3% of female staff were on permanent and contract employment by the end of Quarter 1 on permanent and contract Challenges: None employment Corrective measures: None 50% of female staff in top and senior management Achieved. 50% of female staff were in top and senior 49.25% of female management by the end of Quarter 1 staff in top and senior management Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone10

PROGRAMME 1 : RENDER EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT CORPORATE SERVICES (continued) 1.1: SANBI is positioned as an employer of choice in the biodiversity sector Performance indicator Transformed Institute that reflects the demography of the South African population Baseline Employment Equity Plan Annual Target 2018/19 87% of black staff on permanent and contract employment 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 86.25% of black staff on permanent and contract employment 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. 87.2% of black staff were on permanent and contract employment by the end of Quarter 1 Challenges: None Corrective measures: None 3% people with disabilities on permanent and contract employment 3% people with disabilities on permanent and contract employment Achieved. 3.1% People with disabilities were on permanent and contract employment by the end of Quarter 1 Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Achieved

= Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 11 PROGRAMME 1 : RENDER EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT CORPORATE SERVICES (continued) 1.2: Implement an effective, efficient and transparent supply chain and financial management system as regulated by PFMA Performance indicator GRAP and PFMA compliant annual financial statements Baseline AFS produced for submission to Parliament Annual Target 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 2018/19 Unqualified AFS No target planned for produced to this quarter comply with PFMA and GRAP requirements 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis No milestone for Quarter 1 1.3: Improved financial sustainability of the Institute Performance indicator Baseline Percentage increase generated income New indicator from 2016/17 Annual Target 2018/19 3% (R2,660,792) increase on own income 1st Quarter Target 2018/19

0.5% (R443, 465) increase on own income 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. 0.5% (R443,465) increase on own income Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 12 PROGRAMME 1 : RENDER EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT CORPORATE SERVICES (continued) 1.4: Effective corporate services rendered to achieve the mandate of SANBI Performance indicator Maintain 90% availability of SANBI ICT network and ICT business services Baseline SANBI ICT network and business services reports are available Annual Risk All Strategic risks Assessment mitigated and monitored according completed to the risk management framework and policy = Achieved Annual Target 2018/19 90% network and business services availability 1st Quarter Target

1st Quarter Progress and Analysis 2018/19 90% of ICT Services Achieved. 90% of ICT Services are are available available Challenges: None Corrective measures: None Strategic risks monitored and managed according to mitigation action plans 100% of risk action Achieved. 100% of risk action plans/mitigation plans/mitigation plans implemented and implemented for the monitored quarter Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 13 PROGRAMME 1 : RENDER EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT CORPORATE SERVICES (continued) 1.4: Effective corporate services rendered to achieve the mandate of SANBI (continued) Performance Baseline indicator Compliance with all relevant Acts and SANBI/DEA protocol through implementation of Compliance Framework Annual Target 2018/19 100% compliance. Quarterly Performance report is monitored against the approved APP including PFMA, Cash Management and ENE reports on a quarterly basis by DEA according to specified time frames set out by the Department = Achieved

1st Quarter Target 2018/19 Quarterly Performance reports submitted according to required time frames: (i) 1st Quarter Performance report, (ii) 1st Quarter PFMA and Cash Management reports, (iii) 1st Quarterly ENE report = Behind schedule 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. Quarterly Reports submitted on schedule Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Not achieved = No milestone 14 PROGRAMME 1 : RENDER EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT CORPORATE SERVICES (continued) 1.5: Building a compelling brand for all stakeholders Performance indicator Number of marketing and brand communication platforms and initiatives identified and utilised for SANBI marketing and promotion Baseline Annual Target 2018/19 New corporate identity 102 Activities to be applied to approximately arranged 100% of SANBI collateral, SANBI attends exhibitions, shows and activations/ campaigns, secures concerts and events to continue profiling the

Institute and its offerings 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 1 Exhibition, 4 Concerts, 1 Activations, 1 Advertisements, 4 Shows, 1 CEOs letter, 1 Staff newsletter, Events, Radio Interviews, Press Releases, Continuous social media, intranet and website updates 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. All planned activities planned during this quarter took place Challenges: None Corrective measures: None Quarterly CEOs letter, staff newsletter and competitions to ensure that staff is kept informed at all times = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 15 PROGRAMME 2 : MANAGE AND UNLOCK BENEFITS OF THE NETWORK OF NATIONAL BOTANICAL GARDENS AS WINDOWS INTO SOUTH AFRICA'S BIODIVERSITY 2.1: A network of National Botanical Gardens are managed and maintained in order to realise benefits to SANBI, civil society and other relevant stakeholders Performance Baseline indicator Through involvement in Number of implementation of the Convention indigenous plant on Biological Diversity (CBD), species added to SANBI is contributing towards two international plant conservation the living initiatives (International Agenda for collections of Botanic Gardens in Conservation

SANBIs National (through Botanic Gardens Conservation International or BGCI) Botanical and the Global Strategy for Plant Gardens (NBG) Conservation (GSPC), 2010 to or the Millennium 2020) Seed Bank Signed MoA with the Royal Botanic Partnership Gardens, Kews (UK) international (MSBP) MSBP (2011 to 2015) which Annual Target 2018/19 20 indigenous plant species added to the living collections of the combined network of NBGs and/or the MSBP, UK 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 2 indigenous species added to the collections of the NBGs and/or MSBP 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. 2 species added to the collections of the NBGs and/or MSBP Challenges: None Corrective measures: None contributes towards the implementation of specific targets (particularly Target 8) of the GSPC New Garden Records Database developed. = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 16 PROGRAMME 2 : MANAGE AND UNLOCK BENEFITS OF THE NETWORK OF NATIONAL BOTANICAL GARDENS AS WINDOWS INTO SOUTH AFRICA'S BIODIVERSITY (continued) 2.1: A network of National Botanical Gardens are managed and maintained (continued)

Performanc e indicator Number of new National Botanical Gardens established and operational Baseline Annual Target 2018/19 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 Gardens Expansion Strategy approved by the SANBI Board in November 2010 and submitted to DEA Thohoyandou Botanical Garden: Prioritised improvement and upgrading of existing buildings in the Garden according to the approved implementation plan; Site Development Plan developed for the Thohoyandou Botanical Garden; Cultural heritage survey completed for the Thohoyandou Botanical Garden . Thohoyandou Botanical Garden: Prioritised list of infrastructure/maintenance projects produced for the Thohoyandou Botanical Garden; Tender documentation prepared for appointment of a multidisciplinary professional team dedicated to the development of the Thohoyandou Botanical Garden; Tender documentation prepared for appointment of a service provider for the completion of a cultural heritage assessment in the Thohoyandou Botanical Garden

Dedicated annual Gardens Expansion budget allocation made available to SANBI from DEA for the period 2013/14 to 2015/16 (R49,337 million) Dedicated infrastructure budget allocated to SANBI for the period 2013/14 to 2015/16 (R150 million) Site identified for new national botanical garden in the Eastern Cape. Kwelera National Botanical Garden proclaimed by the DEA Minister on 25 July 2014 (Phase 1 of 2 phases) 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. Challenges: None Corrective measures: None MoA signed between SANBI, ECPTA and DEDEAT for the co-management of the Kwelera Nature Reserve as the natural portion of the proposed Kwelera National Botanical Garden EPWP allocations earmarked by DEA for new gardens planned for the Eastern Cape (R30 million) and Limpopo (R20 million) Provinces = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 17 PROGRAMME 2 : MANAGE AND UNLOCK BENEFITS OF THE NETWORK OF NATIONAL BOTANICAL GARDENS AS WINDOWS INTO SOUTH AFRICA'S BIODIVERSITY (continued) 2.1: A network of National Botanical Gardens are managed and maintained (continued) Performance indicator Number of new National Botanical Gardens established and operational Baseline Gardens Expansion Strategy approved by

the SANBI Board in November 2010 and submitted to DEA Dedicated annual Gardens Expansion budget allocation made available to SANBI from DEA for the period 2013/14 to 2015/16 (R49.337 million) Dedicated infrastructure budget allocated to SANBI for the period 2013/14 to 2015/16 (R150million) Site identified for new national botanical garden in the Eastern Cape. Kwelera National Botanical Garden proclaimed by the DEA Minister on 25 July 2014 (Phase 1 of 2 phases) MoA signed between SANBI, ECPTA and DEDEAT for the co-management of the Kwelera Nature Reserve as the natural portion of the proposed Kwelera National Botanical Garden. Annual Target 2018/19 Kwelera National Botanical Garden: Basic Assessment Report (BAR) prepared for planned infrastructural developments in the Kwelera National Botanical Garden; Environmental Control Officer (ECO) appointed to monitor implementation of the BAR 1st Quarter Target 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis 2018/19 Kwelera National Achieved. Botanical Garden: Development of the Challenges: None BAR for the Corrective measures: None Kwelera National Botanical Garden EPWP allocations earmarked by DEA for new gardens planned for the Eastern Cape (R30 million) and Limpopo (R20 million) Provinces. = Achieved = Behind schedule

= Not achieved = No milestone18 PROGRAMME 2 : MANAGE AND UNLOCK BENEFITS OF THE NETWORK OF NATIONAL BOTANICAL GARDENS AS WINDOWS INTO SOUTH AFRICA'S BIODIVERSITY (continued) 2.1: A network of National Botanical Gardens are managed and maintained (continued) Performance indicator Number of maintenance, development and capital infrastructure projects completed across SANBIs National Botanical Gardens Baseline Annual Target 2018/19 10 National Botanical 45 maintenance Gardens with /development projects associated SANBI and 2 SANBI capital estates, infrastructure projects infrastructure and completed living collections (biological assets), located in 7 provinces = Achieved = Behind schedule 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 Needs analysis conducted of maintenance and capital requirements across SANBI 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. Challenges: None Corrective measures: None

Prioritisation and allocation of maintenance and capital infrastructure budget allocations = Not achieved = No milestone 19 PROGRAMME 2 : MANAGE AND UNLOCK BENEFITS OF THE NETWORK OF NATIONAL BOTANICAL GARDENS AS WINDOWS INTO SOUTH AFRICA'S BIODIVERSITY (continued) 2.2: Nature-based tourism and recreational activities are strengthened in all National Botanical Gardens in order to contribute to and support SANBIs sustainability Performance indicator Baseline Percentage visitor numbers increased through expanded tourism-related activities and events in National Botanical Gardens External review conducted of commercial operations across SANBIs national botanical gardens Business skills training given to Curators of SANBIs National Botanical Gardens Baseline of 1,222,816 verifiable visitors for 2017/18 received by National Botanical Gardens. = Achieved Annual Target 2018/19 1st Quarter

Target 2018/19 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Minimum of 5% annual increase in visitor numbers 5% annual increase in visitor numbers for yearto-date Behind Schedule. Visitor numbers for Quarter 1 (229,643) were 6.9 per cent down on previous year for the same period (246,810) Challenges: Economic pressures on consumers including VAT increase, fuel price increases, electricity price increases etc. probably had an impact on several gardens compared with previous year. In addition, the threat of pending Day Zero in the City of Cape Town for April/May negatively impacted visitor numbers at Kirstenbosch for the quarter. Negative growth was also experienced for this period by other tourist attractions in Cape Town. Corrective measures: Various events scheduled for NBGs for Q2 and Q3, with aim to reach 5% annual increase in visitor numbers by end of financial year. Scrapping of Day Zero in 2018 should result in increased number of tourists visiting Cape Town and Kirstenbosch. = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 20 PROGRAMME 3 : BUILD THE FOUNDATIONAL BIODIVERSITY SCIENCE 3.1: Develop foundational biodiversity information through describing and classifying species and ecosystems in South Africa Performance indicator Number of animal and plant species for which descriptive and classification information has been compiled Baseline Annual Target

2018/19 SANBI is coInformation on ordinating the 4,200 South compilation of an e- African species flora and an ecompiled fauna which will provide information about South Africas species 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 Obtaining checklists for species Information on 300 species compiled 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Behind Schedule. For this quarter, information on 74 animal species pages was compiled. Plant species information will be reported in 4th Quarter. Challenges: Incompatibility of Data sources used for the focus family Diptera from partners is not compatible to SANBIs species platform. A lot of time was spent re-typing the data onto our database Corrective measures: The shortfall of 226 animal species pages will be covered in the remaining three quarters of the year. Information on plant species will be reported in Quarter 4. The ABBYY(an optical character recognition) FineReader 12 Professional will be purchased to convert and/ manipulate the data from incompatible databases. = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 21 PROGRAMME 3: BUILD THE FOUNDATIONAL BIODIVERSITY SCIENCE (continued) 3.1: Develop foundational biodiversity information through describing and classifying species and ecosystems in South Africa (continued) Performance indicator Number of quality controlled records for plant specimens

in SANBIs herbaria, and for animal specimens in museums or based on observations, added to databases Baseline A foundational biodiversity information programme has been implemented together with DST/NRF to generate information Annual Target 2018/19 56,000 biodiversity records added to database 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 14,000 biodiversity records added to database Challenges: Resignation of key staff members for data control and transfers. The shortfall of 4,720 biodiversity records will be made up in the next three quarters Comprehensive datasets for butterflies, spiders and reptiles compiled through the Threatened Species Programmes Red Listing projects Corrective measures: Recruitment will be undertaken; the shortfall of 4,720 biodiversity records will be made up in the next three quarters Approximately 1,270,000 quality controlled records for South African plant specimens in SANBIs herbaria have been databased = Achieved 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Behind Schedule. 9,280

biodiversity records were added to databases (4,280 plants records and 5,000 animal records) = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 22 PROGRAMME 3 : BUILD THE FOUNDATIONAL BIODIVERSITY SCIENCE (continued) 3.1: Develop foundational biodiversity information through describing and classifying species and ecosystems in South Africa (continued) Performance indicator Number of updates for ecosystem classification systems Baseline Annual Target 2018/19 A classification 4 ecosystem system for classifications terrestrial updated (maps ecosystems is in completed and place, based on the vegetation map integrated into NBA for and a classification for terrestrial, wetlands has been freshwater, published estuarine and marine) = Achieved 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 Annual work plan developed for ecosystem classification and mapping = Behind schedule

1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. Annual work plan developed for ecosystem classification and mapping Challenges: None. Corrective measures: None = Not achieved = No milestone 23 PROGRAMME 4 : ASSESS, MONITOR AND REPORT ON THE STATE OF BIODIVERSITY AND INCREASE KNOWLEDGE FOR DECISION MAKING, INCLUDING ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE 4.1: New biodiversity knowledge created for decision making Performance indicator Baseline 80 papers Number of research papers published in journals accredited published in 2015/16 by the Department of Higher Education Annual Target 2018/19 85 publications 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 20 publications 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Behind schedule. 15 publications achieved Challenges: Publications planned for Quarter 1 were in review for longer than expected Corrective measures: The publications schedule is being reviewed to identify causes of delay in publication and to improve processes under SANBIs control No target planned for No Milestone for Quarter 1 this quarter Number of invasive Species project plans developed 35 plans Number of risk analyses conducted for invasive species

65 assessments No target planned for No Milestone for Quarter 1 this quarter Number of cooperative research networks established to generate knowledge linked to SANBIs mandate 1 new network initiated = Achieved No target planned for No Milestone for Quarter 1 this quarter = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No 24 milestone PROGRAMME 4: ASSESS, MONITOR AND REPORT ON THE STATE OF BIODIVERSITY AND INCREASE KNOWLEDGE FOR DECISION MAKING INCLUDING ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE (continued) 4.2: Scientific evidence on the status of biodiversity (based on monitoring and assessment including that of biodiversity loss) and the risks and benefits, is produced Performance indicator Number of national biodiversity syntheses or assessments produced Baseline The National Biodiversity Assessment was published in 2011 A framework for GMO monitoring was produced in 2009 Annual updates of species assessments to support NEMBA regulations Annual Target 2018/19 Annual Target: 1

assessment completed (National Biodiversity Assessment) 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 Quarter 1 Target: Drafts of all National Biodiversity Assessment (NBA) technical reports 1 update for NonDetriment Findings for the Scientific authority Target species identified 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. NBA technical reports drafted Challenges: None Corrective measures: None Achieved. Target species identified Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 25 PROGRAMME 5 : PROVIDE BIODIVERSITY POLICY ADVICE AND ACCESS TO BIODIVERSITY INFORMATION; AND SUPPORT FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION 5.1: Tools to support management and conservation of biodiversity developed and applied Performance indicator Baseline Number of tools and knowledge resources developed to support mainstreaming of biodiversity assets and ecological infrastructure in

production sectors and natural resource management Tools developed include, e.g: Framework for Investments in Ecosystem Services; guidelines for Grasslands Biodiversity; Toolkit; Mining and Biodiversity Guidelines, etc. 17 knowledge resources for demonstrating the value of biodiversity developed and disseminated; Making the Case Implementation Strategy and Making the Case: Case Study Development Toolkit developed = Achieved Annual Target 2018/19 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis 2 environmental No target planned for decision support tools this quarter produced No milestone for Quarter 1 3 knowledge resources to support biodiversity informatics and biodiversity mainstreaming developed and disseminated No milestone for Quarter 1 = Behind schedule No target planned for this quarter = Not achieved = No

milestone 26 PROGRAMME 5 : PROVIDE BIODIVERSITY POLICY ADVICE AND ACCESS TO BIODIVERSITY INFORMATION; AND SUPPORT FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION (continued) 5.1: Tools to support management and conservation of biodiversity developed and applied (continued) Performance indicator Number of coordination or learning mechanisms convened to share lessons and build capacity Baseline Annual Target 2018/19 5 learning or The following learning or coordination events convened: coordination events Biodiversity Planning Forum, convened Grasslands Partners Forum, Land Reform and Biodiversity Stewardship Learning Exchange, MPAH Forum, CAPE Partners Forum, Africa Rising and Freshwater 4 training Ecosystem Network sessions convened 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 2 learning or coordination events convened 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. 2 learning or coordination events convened: the EI Indaba (29 - 31 May 2018) and the 15th National Biodiversity Planning Forum (19 - 22 June 2018) Challenges: None Corrective measures: None 1 training session held Achieved. 1 training session held on

Protected Area Expansion: Legal Capacity Building on 19 April 2018 Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 27 PROGRAMME 5 : PROVIDE BIODIVERSITY POLICY ADVICE AND ACCESS TO BIODIVERSITY INFORMATION, AND SUPPORT FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION (continued) 5.2: Access to biodiversity data, information and knowledge provided Performance indicator Baseline Annual Target 2018/19 Number of biodiversity records published 12,908,214 records published An increase of 54,000 records published 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 8,000 records published 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Exceeded target. 9,924 biodiversity records published Datasets received from external partners were larger than originally projected. The quarterly target is based on projections with actual records only known once the datasets are processed and validated. Variation is therefore anticipated in terms of the number of biodiversity records published each quarter Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Achieved

= Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 28 PROGRAMME 5 : PROVIDE BIODIVERSITY POLICY ADVICE AND ACCESS TO BIODIVERSITY INFORMATION; AND SUPPORT FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION (continued) 5.3: Scientific advice to support national and international policy processes provided Performance indicator Percentage of policy requests from DEA and other organs of state responded to within timeframe stipulated in the request Baseline Support provided to DEA on: Listing of threatened terrestrial ecosystems ; listing of threatened river ecosystems developed as part of the NBA 2011; etc. Annual Target 2018/19 100% of relevant written requests from DEA and other organs of state responded to within timeframe stipulated 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 100% of relevant written requests from DEA and other organs of state responded to within timeframe stipulated 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. 100% of relevant written requests responded to. The following 2 requests were responded to: The DPME's

Integrated Planning Framework Bill and DAFF's draft Conservation Agricultural Policy Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 29 PROGRAMME 5 : PROVIDE BIODIVERSITY POLICY ADVICE AND ACCESS TO BIODIVERSITY INFORMATION; AND SUPPORT FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION (continued) 5.4: Policy support on climate change adaptation provided to inform national and international decisionmaking Performance indicator Baseline Annual Target 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 2018/19 Lessons and Lessons and Number of national and 2 Adaptation Fund projects approved by experiences arising experiences shared international platforms the Adaptation at 1 platform on which SANBIs from SANBIs work as lessons and experiences Fund; NIE lessons a national accredited as a national accredited and experiences entity of global climate shared at 7 NIE entity of global climate Steering Committee funds are shared on 4 funds are shared meetings, 7 platforms international and 7 national meetings 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. Lessons and experiences from SANBI's work as a national accredited entity was

shared at one platform: a verbal presentation on lessons learnt from the implementation of climate adaptation projects at the International Adaptation Futures Conference in Cape Town from 18 to 21 June 2018. Challenges: None Number of coordination mechanisms convened to support DEA in implementing the Ecosystem Based Adaptation (EbA) strategy Draft Strategic Framework for EbA developed collaboratively = Achieved No target planned for 1 coordination mechanism convened this quarter in collaboration with DEA = Behind schedule Corrective measures: None No milestone for Quarter 1 = Not achieved = No milestone 30 PROGRAMME 6 : HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT (HCD): DRIVE HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION AND AWARENESS IN RESPONSE TO SANBIS MANDATE 6.1: A transformed and suitably skilled workforce for the biodiversity sector is developed. Performance indicator Baseline Annual Target 2018/19 930 black 100 black Number of black biodiversity biodiversity professionals professionals developed professionals

who have participated in through human capital participate in structured internships development structured and postgraduate initiatives including internships and studentships structured postgraduate internships, post studentships graduate studentship and fellowship programme for the achievement of a transformed and skilled biodiversity workforce = Achieved 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 No target planned for this quarter = Behind schedule 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis No Milestone for Quarter 1 = Not achieved = No milestone 31 PROGRAMME 6 : HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT (HCD): DRIVE HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION AND AWARENESS IN RESPONSE TO SANBIS MANDATE (continued) 6.1: A transformed and suitably skilled workforce for the biodiversity sector is developed (continued) Performance indicator Baseline Number of universities who participated in the University Biodiversity Careers Programme aimed at attracting young

people into the biodiversity sector 3,337 beneficiaries participating in Biodiversity Careers Programme aimed at attracting young people into the biodiversity sector Annual Target 2018/19 15 universities 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 8 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Behind Schedule. 3 universities reached Challenges: Target not achieved as only 3 universities were reached in this quarter instead of 8, therefore quarterly target of 8 universities was missed by 5. 5 Universities were not reached because some changed their schedules and one university changed format from targeting university students to school kids. Corrective measures: The missed target of 5 career programmes will be conducted in the remaining quarters to ensure the target is met. = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone32 PROGRAMME 6 : HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT (HCD): DRIVE HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION AND AWARENESS IN RESPONSE TO SANBIS MANDATE (continued) 6.2: All national botanical gardens are promoted and used as platforms for biodiversity awareness, education and recreation. Performance indicator Number of beneficiaries who participated in

Kids in Gardens Programme Number of biodiversity theme days celebrated Baseline 40,000 beneficiaries reached through school group activities, predominantly garden based Annual Target 2018/19 54,000 beneficiaries participated in Kids in Gardens Programme 9 environmental theme days celebrated 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 9,500 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. Quarterly target of 9,500 was exceeded by 5,225 as14,725 beneficiaries were reached in Quarter 1. The strategy to work closely with science subject advisors continues to bear fruit at most of the centres and so are the new introduced programmes. Furthermore centres like Pretoria has had capacity injection in the form of interns, enabling the centre not only to reach, but exceed set targets Challenges: None Corrective measures: None Achieved. 3 environmental theme days celebrated: Plant Conservation Day, Biodiversity Day and World Environment Day 3 Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Achieved = Behind schedule

= Not achieved = No milestone33 PROGRAMME 6 : HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT (HCD): DRIVE HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION AND AWARENESS IN RESPONSE TO SANBIS MANDATE (continued) 6.3: Civil society is engaged to contribute to science, monitoring and biodiversity conservation. Performance indicator Number of civil society engagement platforms developed and maintained Baseline 3 platforms developed and supported for plants (CREW), birds (SABAP) and general biodiversity (iSpot) = Achieved Annual Target 2018/19 3 platforms maintained, 2 new platforms assessed 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 CREW annual operating plan; Bird Atlas reviewed; Fish Atlas planning document 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Behind Schedule. Challenges: The Fish Atlas required further consultation with stakeholders to identify priorities and agree on protocols Corrective measures: Meetings have been held with partner organisations for the Fish Atlas. A proposal has been submitted and the planning document will be completed by end of Quarter 2 = Behind schedule = Not achieved

= No milestone 34 PROGRAMME 7: MANAGE AND UNLOCK THE BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION CONTRIBUTIONS AND BENEFITS OF THE NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN OF SOUTH AFRICA 7.1: Build a centre of research / training excellence and an authoritative source of scientific information on the biodiversity of wild animals and their ecosystems Performance indicator Number of research papers in journals accredited by the Department of Higher Education Baseline Annual Target 2018/19 35 publications 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 10 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Behind Schedule. 5 publications Challenges: The NZG has had 5 papers published and 8 have been accepted. A further 20 have been submitted. The length of time taken to review publications is not within the control of the NZG Corrective measures: Timeous approval and filling of vacant positions as researchers contribute directly to this KPI. = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 35 PROGRAMME 7: MANAGE AND UNLOCK THE BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION CONTRIBUTIONS AND BENEFITS OF THE NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN OF SOUTH AFRICA (continued) 7.2: Create a dynamic platform for engaging the public on the Science of Life (awareness, education & communication)

Performance Baseline indicator Number of general visitors reached through visits to the zoo Annual Target 2018/19 432,000 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Behind schedule. 67,696 achieved Challenges: The NZG is experiencing the impacts of the downturn in the economy. There are also challenges relating to security perceptions with its location. 160,000 Number of learners reached through visits to/by the zoo 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 100,000 40,000 Corrective measures: The NZG is engaging with various stakeholders concerning additional funding for infrastructure. Upgraded infrastructure will have a positive impact on visitor numbers. Behind Schedule. 38,428 achieved Challenges: The NZG is slightly behind in the number of learners that have utilised its platforms, but this will correct itself in the remaining quarters Corrective measures: The NZG will participate in additional activities such as National Science Week that will attract additional learners. There is also additional planned activities that will drive this target. = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No 36

milestone PROGRAMME 7: MANAGE AND UNLOCK THE BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION CONTRIBUTIONS AND BENEFITS OF THE NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN OF SOUTH AFRICA (continued) 7.3: Develop a zoological garden with a conservation focus Performance indicator Baseline Annual Target 2018/19 5 Number of studbooks published under PAAZA 1st Quarter Target 2018/19 Annual target 1st Quarter Progress and Analysis Achieved. Annual Target Challenges: None Corrective measures: None = Achieved = Behind schedule = Not achieved = No milestone 37 CONSOLIDATED DASHBOARD 2018/19 Q1 QUARTER 1 TOTAL NUMBER OF TARGETS PLANNED TARGETS ACHIEVED/ON SCHEDULE Percentage TARGETS BEHIND SCHEDULE AND/OR PARTIALLY ACHIEVED 42 32 (76%) 10 TARGETS WITH NO MILESTONE

8 TARGETS NOT ACHIEVED - MODIFICATION/ DEVIATION OF TARGETS - STAFF DEMOGRAPHICS 2018/2019 1ST QUARTER 39 SANBI Staffdemographics (as at 30 June 2018) Contract and Permanent Salary level 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Total AM AF CM CF IM IF WM WF Total 21

72 60 27 14 28 19 10 10 7 5 5 3 0 0 281 15 31 7 16 25 29 26 7 11 7 2 3 0 1 1 181 3 10 20 16 7 4 6 5 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 77 2 4 7 5 8 11 10

4 3 6 7 1 0 1 0 69 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 9 0 0 1 1 1 0 4 1 9 7 7 2 2

0 0 35 0 0 0 1 1 6 5 8 10 6 13 4 2 0 0 56 41 117 96 66 57 79 70 36 47 34 38 20 7 2 1 711 Legend: AM African Male AF African Female CM Coloured Male CF Coloured Female IM Indian Male IF Indian Female WM White Male WF White Female SANBI StaffDemographics (as at 30 June 2018) Contract and Permanent Race/Gender AM AF CM CF IM IF WM Number of employees 281 181 77 69 3 9

35 Percent 39.5% 25.5% 10.8% 9.7% 0.4% 1.3% 4.9% WF 56 7.9% Total 711 100% NZG StaffDemographics (as at 30 June 2018) Contract and Permanent Salary level 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Total AM AF CM CF IM IF WM WF Total 0

0 0 1 1 1 3 7 5 22 10 8 77 10 0 145 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 15 2 19 5 11 37 11 0 105 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 1 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 1

1 0 15 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 3 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 7 5 8 11 30 7 50 15 20 115 22 0 290 Legend: AM African Male AF African Female CM Coloured Male CF Coloured Female IM Indian Male IF Indian Female WM White Male WF White Female NZG StaffDemographics (as at 30 June 2018) Contract and Permanent Race/Gender AM AF CM CF IM IF WM Number of employees 145 105 2 2 2 5

15 Percent 50.0% 36.2% 0.7% 0.7% 0.7% 1.7% 5.2% WF 14 4.8% Total 290 100% FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 2018/2019 1ST QUARTER 44 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 2018/19 Q1 VARIANCE ACT: ACT: VARIANCE 2017/18 Q1 2018/19 Q1 2018/19 Q1 BUD BUD % Y-O-Y % In R'000 INCOME Government Grant Projects & Donations Revenue From Operating Activities: Admission Fees Rent Received Other Income Investment Income TOTAL REVENUE SPENDING Personnel Costs Operating Expenses Capital Expenses TOTAL EXPENSES NET SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 64 322 15 864 163 992 14 221 97 496 23 617

66 496 68% (9 396) -40% 155% -10% 18 172 10 257 2 113 1 308 4 493 18 123 10 281 2 823 651 4 368 16 530 10 542 2 384 3 605 1 592 10% (261) 439 651 764 0% 98 357 (71 010) (32 675) (13 573) (117 258) (18 900) 196 336 137 643 58 693 43% 100% (77 631) (37 889) (7 535) (123 055) 73 281 (79 758) (51 729)

(18 088) (149 575) (11 931) (2 127) (13 840) (10 552) 18 288 76 980 -3% -27% -58% -18% 9% 16% -44% 5% FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE: 2018/19 Q1 Government grant exceeds budget as a result of the infrastructure grant being received earlier than anticipated. Investment income is exceeding budget with an amount of R0.76mil (21%) as a result of investment and bank account balances being higher than budgeted for. Other income forms a steady flow of cash to the entity totally R0.65mil. This is made up of sundry income such as plant sales and ad hoc income. Other grants, sponsorships and donations is below budget with an amount of R9mil (40%). This is mainly due to timing on the following projects: GEF5, various NRF funded grants, CREW, CAPE legacy project, Wetland mapping, Carbon capture & storage technology and various projects funded by the Botanical Society. The funds are still expected to flow to SANBI. FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE: 2018/19 Q1 Rent received is R0.43mil (18%) above budget. This is the result of higher than expected sales generated by restaurants. Admission fee is R0.26mil (2%) below the budget. The budget was produced in line with historical trends relating to seasonal income. The harsh economic period has resulted in less visitors than usual to the gardens during what is usually a slow period. Personnel expenditure has R2.12mil (3%) positive variance against the budget. DPSA had not yet approved the cost of living increases. Operating expenses are R19.06mil (37%) below budget. The unused budget allocation is expected to be utilised during the financial year. Capital expenditure is below the budget as explained on the

following slide. CAPITAL EXPENDITURE: 2018/19 Q1 Name of project Amount budgeted Amount spend Amount underspent Explanation and committed Upgrade of SANBI IT systems and infrastructure 361 6 000 000.00 383.15 IT expenditure aligned with completion dates of buildings under 5 638 616.85 construction due for completion during 2018/19. New Education Centre (Karoo Desert NBG) 2 221 5 000 000.00 668.49 Project being implemented across 2 778 331.51 two financial years and is nearing completion. 4 430 849.04 Project implemented across five financial years including feasibility 617 675.96 study, detailed design and procurement. The project is in the final stages of completion. New Admin Building (Kirstenbosch NBG) 5 048 525.00 Purchase of equipment necessary for scientific research 494 2 000 000.00 226.00

Total 18 048 525.00 7 508 126.68 Equipment is purchased on an asand-when necessary basis. 1 505 774.00 Commitment to spend full budget by end 2018/19 financial Year 10 540 398.32 FINANCIAL POSITION: 2018/19 Q1 30-Jun-18 31-Mar-18 Non-Current Assets 350 093 357 922 Current Assets 429 479 386 550 Total Assets 779 573 744 471 46 790 50 175 Current Liabilities 258 873 152 021 Accumulated Surpluses 473 910 542 275 Total Liabilities and Accumulated Surpluses 779 573

694 297 In R'000 Non-Current Liabilities FINANCIAL POSITION: 2018/19 Q1 Overall, the cash reserves are sufficient to meet the short-term needs as well as obligations arising from project funds received. The Institute is solvent with total assets exceeding total liabilities by an adequate margin. Total assets have grown by R35mil (5%) due to the growth in cash received towards projects. Current liabilities have increased by R106mil (70%) due to an increase in obligations towards delivering on project commitments. Thank you 51

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