Speeches for 2010
Statement by Minister Collins Chabane at the World Festival of Youth and Students, Union Buildings, PretoriaIt gives me a great pleasure to accept the fruits of your week long deliberations and labour. We have witnessed, the young people of South Africa and the world, working together side by side robustly engaging on pertinent issues of development affecting the world.
21 December 2010
Address by Minister in The Presidency for Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, Collins Chabane at the Public Sector Excellence Awards Ceremony, Radisson Blu Hotel, SandtonPresident Jacob Zuma when assuming office on the 9th of May last year said.
18 November 2010
Address by Minister Collins Chabane on the role and approach of The Presidency in performance monitoring and financial accountability at the Good Governance Conference hosted by the Public Protector, Sheraton HotelLet me firstly thank you for the opportunity and express my great pleasure to address you this morning; and share our role and approach in our quest for good governance, accountability and improved service delivery.
14 October 2010
Statement by Minister Collins Chabane on the Terms of Reference and review framework and methodology of the Presidential State Owned Enterprises Review Committee; Imbizo Media Centre, Cape TownPresident Jacob Zuma, on the 12 of May earlier this year announced the appointment of the Presidential State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Review Committee to review the role of SOEs in the country. The appointment of the Review Committee is a response to the acknowledgement that there is a need to strengthen the role of SOEs to ensure that they respond to a clearly defined public mandate and support the developmental state aspirations of government.
12 October 2010
29 September 2010
Speech by the Minister in The Presidency, The Hon. Collins Chabane, on the occasion of the transfer of the new library and archives building for the Ahmed Baba Institute (IHERI-AB); TimbuktuLet me begin by expressing our deepest condolences from the Government and People of South Africa at the tragic loss of life which occurred in February this year. More than twenty people lost their lives in a stampede caused by a structural collapse. The Government and People of South Africa share the sense of loss of the people of Timbuktu and wish to express our sense of solidarity to the bereaved families who have lost their loved ones.
29 May 2010
Address by the Minister for Performance Monitoring, Evaluation and Administration, Mr Collins Chabane, on the Budget Vote for The PresidencyIt gives me a great pleasure to address you on the occasion of tabling yet again another Budget of The Presidency and that of the Department for Performance Monitoring and Evaluation in The Presidency.
12 May 2010
Speech by Minister Collins Chabane at the launch of the National Youth Risk Survey conducted by the Medical Research CouncilIt gives me a great pleasure to deliver a keynote address on the occasion of the Youth Risk Behaviour Survey launch, an important survey which is meant to guide us to improve our response to challenges facing young people in the country.
20 April 2010
Speech by Minister Collins Chabane on the occasion of the book launch on Somaliland by Professor Iqbal Jhazbhay; UNISAWe are today at the University of South Africa (UNISA), a leading long distance learning institution with footprints across the continent, to launch an academic study of one of the countries in the Horn of Africa, Somalia with particular emphasis on Somaliland. This study by one of the sons of Africa, Professor Iqbal Jhazbhay has been titled “Somaliland: An African Struggle for Nationhood and International Recognition”.
11 March 2010
Statement by the Minister for Performance Monitoring and Evaluation as well as Administration, Collins Chabane, to announce the performance outcomes and measurable outputs; Imbizo Media Centre, Cape TownToday, we are proud to address you having achieved yet another one of our significant milestones, on time, as we have committed. We developed and published a position paper (Improving Government Performance: Our Approach) by September 2009 and a set of performance outcomes by October 2009.
12 February 2010