SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 - 31 MARCH 2013

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 - 31 MARCH 2013

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 - 31 MARCH 2013

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 1 CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE MONITORING REPORT FOR THE ANNUAL CYCLE 1 APRIL 2012 TO 31 MARCH 2013 CUMULATIVE MARCH PERFORMANCE REPORT REPORTING PERIOD: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 A OVERVIEW 1. Introduction This report provides an overview of performance for the period 1 April 2012 to 31 March 2013. The Commission has achieved 84% (49 of 58) of its annual performance targets for the period under review, while 16% (9 of 58) constitute targets not met. The unmet targets are presented in Table 1: Table 1: Performance targets not met No Strategic Objective Performance Indicator Annual Target Actual Achievement Reasons for Variance 1 2 Finalisaton of complaints 85% 79% A Flowcentric System Upgrade resulted in delays in complaints finalisation both at head and provincial offices 2 2 Hosting of Section 5 Committee meetings 14 10 Delays in securing attendance of key stakeholders of Section 5 Committee meetings 3 3 Production of Acid Mine Drainage Booklet Produce Booklet by 31 March Delays in finalising the production of the booklet by service provider Delay in printing by service provider 4 3 Hosting of Right to Food workshop / conference Host conference by 31 March Conference not hosted Conference not hosted due to budgetary constraints.

Hosting of the conference was dependent on donor funds wherein SAHRC funding proposal was subsequently rejected by a potential donor (Flemish International). The target has been postponed to 2013-14 financial year 5 6 Implementation of Back to Basics Project Plan Full implementation by all units 50% Plan partially implemented as a result of organisational restructuring 6 6 Implementation of Capacity Development Full implementation by all Plan partially implemented due to organisational Plan partially implemented as a result of

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 2 No Strategic Objective Performance Indicator Annual Target Actual Achievement Reasons for Variance Plan units restructuring organisational restructuring 7 6 Completion of Midterm Performance Reviews by deadline All units to complete Midterm Performance Reviews by deadline Not all units completed their reviews by set deadline Reviews not completed as a result of organisational restructuring and new employees joining the Commission in the course of 2012/13 financial year 8 6 Completion of Organisational restructuring 100% 83% Restructuring and filling of posts are ongoing.

9 6 Achievement of targets 100% 84% All of the reasons cited above

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 3 2. Quarter 4 Highlights: 2.1 Commissioner’s Programme  Engagement with the Malawi National Human Rights Commission (MLM)1  Presentation to SANEF on ICC and presentation at National Water and Sanitation Hearing (MLM)  Conceptualised and led national water and sanitation hearing: ‘Life and Dignity in Poor Ccommunities: Holding Government Accountable for realising rights (PG)  International Women’s Day Section 5 Committee Roundtable on gender based violence, macro-economic policy, and basic services (PG)  Chaired Equal Education’s Hearing on Minimum Norms and Standards, 14 March (PG)  Participated and contributed to UN Global Thematic Consultation on Governance post 2015 Development Framework (PG)  Media interviews on the national hearing on water and sanitation during human rights month (PG)  Presented 3 Statements at the 22nd Session of the Human Rights Council, Geneva (4th-7th March) on Disability, Human Rights Defenders and the Right of the Child to Health (LM)  Made a submission on the Draft Regulations on Minimum Norms and Standards for School Infrastructure (LM)  Submitted Comments on the UNCRC Country Report (LM)  Presented at the National Water and Sanitation Hearings- Pan African Parliament (LM)  Provincial hearing on illegal mining in the Northern Cape held on 4 March 2013(JL)  Finalised booklet on Acid Mine Drainage (JL)  Hosted an Internal Seminar on “The Role of International Coordinating Committee” (MLM)  Held a meeting with the Chief Justice at the Constitutional Court (MLM)  Delivered a presentation to Corporate SA through EE@Work on “Disability within the Workplace” (BM)  Hosted a Roundtable Discussion on “Illegal Mining” (JL)  ICC Geneva representative’s temporary replacement recruited (MLM)  Launched the SAHRC Charter on Basic Education Rights (LM)  Internal Seminar on the SAHRC on Law Enforcement and Human Rights Imperative (DT) 2.2 Office of the CEO  Convened and chaired a quarterly meeting of the Forum for Institutions Supporting Democracy for Chief Executive Officers and Directors-General  Delivered a lecture at the Ethics alive symposium on the progressive realisation of the right to access to health care  Attended the Africa Leadership Initiative in India  Completion of mid-term performance reviews of Senior Managers  Strategy meeting with the Center for Applied Legal Studies on the Marikana matter  Participated in Roundtable discussion hosted by the Public Protector on behalf of the UK Ombudsman, Dame Julie Mollor  Met with Legal Aid South Africa to establish the development of a MOU  Met with Commissioners and Chief Justice at the Constitutional Court to establish a MOU  Conducted various interviews with the press and TV stations  Participated in a discussion with Prof Bindell from the Gordon Institution for Business Sciences  Chaired a meeting with the Iraqi Ambassador regarding Iraqi study group 1 Key for initials: Commissioners: LMM = Commissioner L.

Mushwana; PG = Commissioner P. Govender; LM = Commissioner L. Mokate; BM = Commissioner B. Malatji; JL = Commissioner J. Love; DT = Commissioner D. Titus; Secretariat: KA = K. Ahmed; IM = I. Mangena

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 4 2.2.1 Strategic Support & Governance  Development of SAHRC Monitoring and Evaluation Plan  Submission of SAHRC Strategic Plan 2013-2016 to National Treasury, Auditor-General and Parliament  Tabling of Strategic Plan 2013/16 and Annual Performance Plan 2013/14 in Parliament  Organised Internal Seminar on Policing and Human Rights  Hosted National Editor’s Forum  Media coverage for national water and sanitation hearings held at Pan-African Parliament  Submission of SAHRC Quarter 3 Performance Report to National Treasury, Auditor-General and Parliament  Submission of SAHRC Annual Performance Plan 2013/14 to National Treasury, Auditor-General and Parliament  Media coverage of critical human rights areas such as Lenasia Housing and Marikana Matters.

 Media coverage of Launch of the Charter on “Children’s Basic Education Rights” 2.2.2 Internal Audit  Attended Public Sector Forum hosted by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).  Finalisation of seven audits (Supply Chain Management, Corporate Governance, Fraud & Risk Management, Asset Management, Cash Management, Human Resource Management and Third Quarter Performance Management Complaints Handling & HURA)  Internal Audit finalised the M&E Audit  Completion of the AG dashboard report for the 3rd quarter  Attended the Audit Committee meeting 2.3 Programme Support 2.3.1 Human Rights and Advocacy (HuRA)  Hosted National Hearing on Water and Sanitation  Hosted provincial human rights calendar day events  Hosted various roundtable discussions and workshops across provinces on various issues such as Disability, Education, LGBTIs, macro-economic policy and women.

2.3.2 Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA)  Hosted the Provincial Information Officers Forum Mpumalanga  Hosted the last community training in Soweto  Finalized the compliance audit report  Prepared a draft submission to Parliament on the Protection of State Information Bill  Presented at the University of Potchefstroom on the Protection of Personal Information Bill  Finalized the provincial offices PAIA feedback sessions for the water and sanitation report  Finalized the SAHRC institutional compliance report  Hosted two PAIA law clinics  Completed a funding proposal for commonwealth funding  Conducted training for Wits Law Clinic Attorneys in preparation for PAIA law clinics  Granted a lecture to Wits students on PAIA in preparation for PAIA law clinics  Completed recommendations to the Department of Justice on proposed amendments on PAIA  Attended workshop on the Protection of Personal Information Bill  Advertised section 32 reports and section 14 manual submission by public institution in the newspaper  Attended a Human Rights Legal Education Workshop jointly hosted by Harvard Law School and University of Cape Town  Appointment of Private Sector Compliance Officer  Finalised PAIA audit  Conducted feedback training for Chiawelo community in Soweto

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 5 2.3.3 Research, Parliamentary and International Affairs  Finalisation of Special Focus Area Report and presentation thereof at National Water and Sanitation Hearing  Publication of article submitted to the Council of Medical Schemes on National Health Insurance and Human Rights  Input and contribution into various Section 5 Committee Meetings dealing with Gender, Water and Sanitation, Right to Food and Rural Development  Convention on the Rights of the Child draft State Report, draft and finalise SAHRC comments on the draft State Report, submitted to Department of Women Children and People with Disabilities by Commissioner Mokate’s office 22/03/13  Editing of School Infrastructure Norms and Standards submission to Department of Basic Education submitted by Commissioner Mokate’s office  Drafted presentation on state of SA’s Human Rights Culture for Chairperson presented to the Justice, Crime Presentation and Security Cluster  Gave a lecture to the South African National Defence College’s Executive National Security Programme on Human Rights and National Security  Prepared and presented to the Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements on the SAHRC’s interventions on housing, water and sanitation  Prepared and presented to Portfolio Committee on Justice in relation to the Legal Practice Bill  Draft submission made to Parliament on Remuneration Bill  Two proposal drafted and submitted to the Foreign Commonwealth Office on business and human rights dealing with mining and farmworkers  Attended A51 Torture Workshop  Completion of four mid-term performance reviews 2.3.4 Legal Services  The upgraded Flowcentric Electronic Complaints Management System went live in January 2013.

 Training on the Upgraded Flowcentric Electronic Complaints Management System took place in January 2013.  Formulation of the Litigation Strategy in March 2013.

 Formulation of the Flowcentric Policy in March 2013.  Formulation of register for all relevant Memoranda of Understanding 2.4 Corporate Services  Activated remote access via Teamviewer for flowcentric support  Disaster recovery rehearsal successfully conducted  Implementation of VIP Payroll  Submission of SAHRC Annual Budget 2013/14 to National Treasury 3. Quarter 3 Highlights 3.1 Commissioner’s Programme  Plenary Paper presented on NHRIs and gender responsive budgeting at ICC Conference in Amman (PG)  Adress to the 29th World Congress of Public Service International on socio-economic rights and macro-economic policy (PG)  Address the CGE launch of 365 Days Campaign on Violince against Women Report (PG)  Presented Sociology Rotary Annual Lecture at the Wits University on Human Rights in South Africa’s Democracy (PG)  SAHRC Chairperson was elected ICC Chair during the NANHRI General Assembly (ML)  The Commission’s work on Children was featured in the UNICEF Report on Championing Children’s Rights  Meeting with the Irish Human Rights Commission to discuss the Commission’s best practise model on “Addressing Human Rights violations within the mining sector” (MLM)  Launch of the Equality Report with the Ministry for Women, Children and People with Disabilities  Meetings with Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) and attendance at proceedings of Farlam Commission of Inquiry on Marikana wherein Commissioners were able to discuss an approach to role of CALS in Marikana matter  Meeting with Department of Justice & Constitutional Development: Resolution taken at the meeting for ongoing discussion on critical issues such as Draft legislation and Funding  Joint submission made by the Forum for Institutions Supporting Democracy (FISD) on the Universal Periodic Review 2nd Cycle

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 6 3.2 Office of the CEO  Conducted mid-term performance review of Senior Managers  Conducted interviews for the positions of Chief Operations Officer and Provincial Manager (Eastern Cape)  Held discussions with Human Resources managers and NEHAWU representatives on the organisational restructuring process  Attended Court matters regarding Lenasia Matter  Convened a meeting with the Minister of Human Settlements and the appointed Task Team to discuss the Lenasia Matter and attended subsequent court cases  Attended a meeting between the Deputy Minister of the Department of Justice and Commissioners on legislation, national obligations including reporting obligations  Roundtable discussion on Artistic Expression and Hate Speech  Attended to Marikana matters, including Farlam Commission of Inquiry, with the Chairperson and other members of staff  Presentation of 2011/12 Annual Report and April – October 2012/13 Performance Information to Portfolio Committee on Justice and Constitutional Development 3.2.1 Strategic Support & Governance  Draft Annual Performance Plan for 2013/14 financial year  Adjusted 2012/13 Annual Performance Plan submitted to National Treasury, Parliament and the Auditor General  Summary of 2011/12 Annual Report and April – October 2012/13 performance information to Portfolio Committee  Produced and distributed Pfanelo Newsletter since October 2012  Draft review of Media Strategy 3.2.2 Internal Audit  Completion of two Audits: Complaints Handling and HURAP  Completion of the Auditor-General Dashboard Report for the 2nd quarter  Completion of IT Governance and HR: Payroll and Leave audits, respectively 3.3 Programme Support 3.3.1 Human Rights Advocacy (HuRAP)  Five (5) public hearings on water and sanitation held in Gauteng (Dec), Eastern Cape, Western Cape (Nov), Northern Cape and Free State (Oct) respectively.

The hearings were well attended by various sectors of society and received good media coverage.

 Hosting of the dialogues on freedom of expression and hate speech in the contexts of artistic expression and liberation songs respectively, as jointly hosted by Gauteng provincial office and the unit. 3.3.2 Promotion of Access to Information (PAIA)  Tabling of PAIA Annual Report in Parliament and briefing on PAIA to Portfolio Committee on Justice and Constitutional Development.  PAIA training session was conducted for the Departments of Tourism and Energy as well as the South African Council for Social Service Professions (SACSSP)  A consolidated report on section 51 manual statistics was developed and completed  Additional four (4) compliance audits completed  Commenced the process of developing a complaints handling protocol and consultation manual  Unit conducted its second private sector training session  Wrote a funding proposal for research on open data initiative for the legislature and judiciary in South Africa  Draft report of the National Information Officers Forum was completed  Our community training for the year commenced with the first 2 of 4 workshops conducted for the Chawelo community  PAIA Manager attended a human rights training in Zambia, Lusaka on Human Rights 3.3.3 Research, Parliamentary and International Affairs  Draft ESR protocols sent off to 7 government departments  Draft submission on Employment Services Bill completed for circulation to Commissioners  Presentation by Senior Researcher Equality at Palm Springs Equality Court on gender violence

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 7  Head of Programme attended NANHRI Regional Human Rights training in Lusaka, Zambia from 20 November to 1 December  Senior Researcher PIAP attended the United Nations Internet Governance Forum in Baku, Azerbaijain, from 6-9 November  Handover of the Equality Report 2012 to Deputy Minister of Women, Children and People with Disabilities  3 draft submissions to the Farlam Commission of Inquiry at Marikana  Contribution to the Mavericks investigation (on-site)  Contribution to dialogue on hate speech and freedom of expression 3.3.4 Legal Services  Training of relevant staff on Complaints Handling Procedures and Complaints Handling Manual  One on one engagement with Provincial Offices on Complaints Management System  Training of staff on complaints handling system in progress 3.4 Corporate Services  Annual Performance Review process ongoing  Submission of Employment Equity Report to the Department of Labour 4.

Quarter 2 Highlights 4.1 Commissioners’ Programme:  Delivered a Keynote Address at the National Information Officers Forum and Golden Key Awards Ceremony (PG)  Adopted Terms of Reference for the Forum for Institutions Supporting Democracy (LMM)  Delivered address at the United Nations Human Rights Council as expert panellist on Women’s ESCR, Geneva (PG)  Attended the United Nations 21st Session Of the Human Rights Council UPR, Geneva (PG, LMM)  Delivered a Keynote Address at Global Leadership Summit held at University of Free State, Free State (PG)  Delivered an address to the People’s Parliament organised by civil society (PG) 4.2 CEO’s Office  Attended a meeting of the Portfolio Committee on Justice and Constitutional Development with the Commissioners  Presented, as a Guest Lecturer, a paper on “The Human Rights Commission winning the battle to promote respect for human rights and culture of human rights in South Africa” at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg  Delivered a Lecture on “The work of the South African Human Rights Commission” at Political Sciences Department, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town  Co-presented a two-week summer school lecture series on “Human Rights Law and Advocacy” at Duke University, Durham North Carolina, United State of America (USA) 4.2.1 Strategic Support & Governance  Filling of vacant posts  Designed the SAHRC Newsletter  Submission of Annual Report to Parliament 4.2.2 Internal Audit  Conducted risk assessment in Finance (Pastel Evolution) and Legal Services (Complaints Handling data integrity)  Attended the “Institute of Internal Auditors” Conference at the Sandton Convention Centre 4.3 Programme Support 4.3.1 Human Rights Advocacy (HuRA):  Hosted provincial hearings on “Water and Sanitation in the provinces of North West, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo and Mpumalanga  A workshop was arranged by the Eastern Cape Provincial Office on “Stigma, Discrimination and HIV/Aids Health Care” 4.3.2 Research:

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 8  Developed an OHCHR Public Service Questionnaire to assess the role of the public service in the promotion and protection of and respect for human rights, impartiality, accountability, transparency and the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity 4.3.3 Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA):  Submission of PAIA Annual Report to Parliament  Hosting of Annual National Information Officers Forum and the Golden Key Awards on 28 September 2012, Pretoria  Hosting of two PAIA promotional interventions: a) delivered a presentation on PAIA at “Records Managers and Deputy Information Officers” workshop, KwaZulu-Natal.

b) Conducted a workshop on PAIA at Transnet Pipelines, Durban  Section 10 Guide Review is in progress  Developed a Community Tool Guide and conducted training of frontline staff on PAIA, as an ongoing process to address the audit findings presented in the PAIA Audit Report  Conducted PAIA Training Interventions for the Departments of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) and Environmental Affairs, Cape Town  Conducted PAIA Training for the private sector, which was initiated in consultation with officials from Price Waterhouse Coopers Advisory Services (Pty) Ltd 4.3.4 Legal Services:  Training for colleagues who are dealing with complaints on the revised Complaints Handling Procedures and Complaints Handling Manual has taken place in late November 2012.

 Training has also taken place for colleagues on Complaints Management Systems in late November 2012 andthis has been coupled with one-on-one engagements at Provincial Offices which shall be taking place between November and December 2012.  Approval of a Project Plan for training of staff on Complaints Management Processes and Electronic Management system  Commenced with training of staff on the processes 4.4 Corporate Services:  Implementation of VIP Payroll  Recruitment, selection & placement of new staff in the new structure  Conducted ESS and VIP Premier – Human Resources Administrators and general users training  Submission of the Mid-Term Expenditure Committee (MTEC) Report to National Treasury for 2012/13  Submission of memo to the Department of Justice and National Treasury for additional funding for 2013/14 – 2015/16 financial years

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 9 B PROJECTS, COMPLIANCE & TARGETS SUMMARY 1. Overall Performance Targets not achieved – needs considerable focus Work in progress Targets achieved Targets exceeded 9 (16%) 0 39 (67%) 10 (17%) Total targets for the period under review = 58

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 10 2. Projects, Once-Off Deliverables & Compliance/Governance Matters by Delivery Quarter: Strat. Obj. Prog. Unit Product/Project/Event Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 SO3 PS HuRA Pamphlet - Water & Sanitation (x 11 languages) Comment/Notes: Target delivered on 30 September 2012 SO3 CP HuRA Conference - Freedom of Expression Comment/Notes: Target delivered on 30 October 2012 SO5 PS PAIA Report – SAHRC’s S32 compliance report submitted Comment/Notes: Report submitted for approval & sign-off by deadline SO5 PS PAIA Report on review of SAHRC institutional compliance by 31 March Comment/Notes: Report submitted for approval & sign-off by deadline SO5 PS PAIA S32 Notices issued and reports collated and finalised by 30 June Comment/Notes: Report submitted for approval & sign-off by deadline SO6 SS&G PME 11/12 Financial & Performance Report to the Auditor General Comment/Notes: Report submitted by deadline SO6 SS&G PME SAHRC Annual Report submission to Parliament Comment/Notes: Report submitted by deadline: 31 August 2012 SO5 PS PAIA PAIA Annual Report submission to Parliament Comment/Notes: Report submitted by deadline: 30 September 2012 SO5 PS PAIA National Information Officers Forum & Golden Key Award Ceremony Comment/Notes: The Forum and Ceremony were held on 28 September 2012 S05 PS PAIA Submission of Section 14 and 51 Compliance Monitoring Reports Comment/Notes: Report submitted by deadline: 31 August 2012

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 11 2. Projects, Once-Off Deliverables & Compliance/Governance Matters by Delivery Quarter (continued) Strat. Obj. Prog. Unit Product/Project/Event Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 SO6 SS&G PME Unqualified AG audit (with no emphasis of matter ) submitted to Parliament on 31 August 2012 Comment/Notes Target achieved by deadline SO6 CS Fin ENE Submission to National Treasury Commnets/Notes ENE submitted to Treasury on 9 September 2012 SO6 SSG PME Annual and midterm performance reviews completed (Adjusted Annual Performance Plan for 2012/13 submitted to National Treasury on 30 November 2012 Comments/Notes Annual performance reviews conducted Adjusted APP submitted to National Treasury by deadline.

However, midterm performance reviews for the organisation were not all completed on time SO3 PS HuRA Traditional Courts Bill pamphlet produced Comments/Notes Target achieved on 31 December SO2 SSG Comm National Editors Forum held Comments/Notes Forum held on 5 March SO6 SSG PME All quarterly performance reports submitted to National Treasury by due dates Comments/Notes Target achieved as all reorts were submitted to National Treasury by deadline SO6 SSG PME SAHRC Strategic Plan Annual Performance Plan 2012/13 submitted to National Treasury by 28 February 2013 Comments Target achieved on 31 January 2013

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 12 Strategic Objective 1: Promote compliance with international obligations Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 CP Annual Target:9 international & regional activities conducted 6 3 0 N/A Actual:Annual target exceeded 6 3 4 4 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Presented 2 statements on “Disability” and “Human Rights Defenders”, respectively, on behalf of the ICC at the 22nd Annual Session of the Human Rights Council (Geneva), 4 – 7 March 2013 (LM) 2. Presented a statement on the Right of the Child to Health in the Commission’s capacity as an NHRI, 4 – 7 March 2013 (LM) 3.

Submitted detailed comments on South Africa’s draft country report on the UNCRC, 25 March 2013 –LM 4. Attend and participate at UNOHCHR- Global Thematic Consultation on Governance & the Post 2015 Framework (PG) (28February to 01 March 2013) Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Attended OHCR NIRMS workshop on NHRIs in Geneva, 12 – 14 December 2012 (MLM) 2. Attended an International Conference on the “30th Anniversary of the African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights” held at University of South Africa, 5 – 7 November 2012 (BM) 3. Attended International Symposium on Human Rights Universality and Indivisibility in Morocco (LMM) 4.

Attended final expert workshop on the prohibition of incitement to national, racial or religious hatred in Morocco (LMM) 5. Participated in the ICC Drafting Committee for the Amman Declaration (PG) 6. Presented Plenary Paper on NHRIs and gender responsive budgeting (PG) Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Attended the UN Human Rights Council Panel of Experts on Women’s ESCR, Geneva (PG) 2. Attended the 5th Session Conference of State Parties to the CRPD, New York (BM) 3. Co-hosted the 10th Anniversary of the Robben Island Guidelines (LMM, DT) 4. Work on the OHCHR Public Service Questionnaire(LMM) 5.

Signed an MoU to co-host the Commemorative Seminar on 10th Anniversary of the adoption of the Robben Island Guidelines(LMM) Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. 19th Annual Meeting: Special Procedures of the Human Rights Council, Geneva(LMM) 2. 8th Conference of Arab National Human Rights Institutions on “‘Culture of Human Rights in current developments” held in Doha, Qatar (LMM) 3. International Conference on “Acid Rock Drainage” held in Ottawa, Canada (JL) 4. Expert Consultation on“National Experiences of the Implementation of the Right to Food in Eastern & Sothern Africa” held in Nairobi, Kenya (SB) 5.

Strategy Workshop on” Sexuality, Human Rights & HIV- African Men for Sexual Health &Rights” held in Dakar,Senegal. 6. Stakeholders' Conference on “Corruption & Human Rights” held in Lusaka, Zambia (LMM) 7. PIA provided input on MOU between ACHPR/SAHRC on RIG Anniversary Guidelines (PIA and LS) Annual Target:19 NANRHI & ICC activities conducted 6 11 1 1 Actual:Annual target exceed 6 11 6 2 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Attended teleconference meeting to discuss first NHRI Forum at the 53rd Ordinary Session of the ACHPR, 11 February 2013 (MLM) 2. Finalised MOU between SAHRC – APT – NANHRI for the joint training project on investigating torture in places of detention, to be held in Johannesburg in April 20123 (MLM and DT) 3.

Submitted inputs on the draft agenda for the 2013 Biennial NANHRI conference, 14 March 2013 (MLM) 4. Submitted inputs on the provisional agenda for the Steering Committee, 14 March 2013 (MLM) 5. Deputy Chairs office convened meeting with Vivian John-Langba on strategy behind upcoming NANHRI and ICC activities Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Signed APT-NANHRI agreement on the promotion and prevention of torture in Africa project, 3 December 2012 (MLM) 2. Shared the Commission’s activities relating to business and human rights as part of the NANHRI Baseline Survey on Business and Human Rights activities conducted by NHRIs in Africa, 14 December 2012 (MLM) 3.

Participated in ICC NHRI Conference, Amman, Jordan on ‘Women and Girls Rights, 3 – 9 November 2012 (MLM, PG) 4. Co-drafted the ICC NHRI Conference Final Declaration and Programme of Action, 9 November 2012 (PG) 5. Made a presentation on the Commission’s work relating to promotion and protection of children’s rights in South Africa at the UNICEF Launch, Amman, Jordan, 4 November 2012 (MLM) 6. Attended the ICC Bureau meeting in Amman, Jordan, 5 November 2012 (MLM) 7. Chaired the NANHRI General Assembly Meeting in Amman, Jordan, 5 November 2012 (MLM) 8. Submitted a Business and Human Rights questionnaire highlighting the Commission’s work to the Danish Institute for Human Rights, 23 November 2012 (MLM) 9.

Made a presentation on the Commission’s work relating to promotion and protection of children’s rights in South Africa at the UNICEF Launch, Amman, Jordan, 4 November 2012 (MLM) 10. Attended meeting with NANHRI CEO on the election procedures and agenda for NANHRI activities at the ICC 11TH International Conference(LMM) Quarter 2: July/August/September 1. Provided input on the ICC Statement to State Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD)(LMM) 2. Provided input to concept note for NANHRI regional training on capacity building for NHRIs to be held in November 2012 (LMM) 3.

Provided input to the Belfast Statement on “The response of the European National Human Rights Institutions to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Report on the Strengthening of the Human Rights Treaty Body System” which will be adopted as the ICC statement on the same (PG) 4. Submitted a report to NANHRI Secretariat on “Implementation of the Outcomes of the Stakeholders Conference on Corruption and Human Rights” held in

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 13 Zambia(LMM) 5. Submitted nomination for election to the ICC Chairperson position to NANHRI Secretariat (LMM) 6. Submitted revised UPR proposals to Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (LMM) 7. Presented a video statement at the Human Rights Council Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review Outcomes Session (LMM) 8. Chaired a NANRHI Steering Committee teleconference on the nomination and election process for the ICC Chairperson-Africa rotation. Meeting finalised the election process for the ICC Chairperson-Africa rotation(LMM) 9.

ICC-leading the process together with the current ICC Chair on the development of the new strategic plan for the ICC. Comments on the strategic planning process were submitted on 23 August(LMM) 10. Recorded the SAHRC Video Statement on the Universal Periodic Review Recommendations to South Africa(LMM) 11. NANRHI – Attended the Annual Meeting of the tripartite partnership (ICC, OHCHR & UNDP), New York (LMM) 12. Finalised terms of reference for nomination of NHRIs interested in holding the position of the Chairperson of the ICC. Submitted confirmation of key areas of concern for the Commission in relation to human rights and business to NANRHI Secretariat in line with request from the Working Group on business and human rights;nominated to the ICC Working Group on Ageing; submitted Statement of Compliance with the Paris Principles to the ICC for re-accreditation as an “A” Status NHRI; and completed follow-up survey in relation to the implementation of Article 33 of the CRPD (LMM, PG) 13.

Concept Note & Programme for ICC 11th Conference on Human Rights & Women & Girls (PG) 14. Submitted responses to questionnaire on the ICC Strategic Plan to ICC to ICC Secretariat (LMM) 15. Submitted an application on behalf of NANHRI and together with the other regional NHRI networks and the ICC for permanent observer status at the UN General Assembly (LMM) Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. ICC meeting, Geneva(LMM) 2. Submission of Comments on the Draft Guidance Note of the OHCHR Secretariat, ICC (LMM) 3. Submission of proposal to DIRCO in support on NHRI resolution adopted without South African sponsorship (LMM) 4.

Nomination to ICC Conference Preparatory Committee (LMM) 5. 51st Session of the ACHPR & Workshop for African NHRIs on reporting processes to the African regional human rights mechanisms, Banjul, the Gambia 6. Conference on Corruption & Human Rights, Lusaka – NANHRI Secretariat & the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung(LMM) 7. Article for NANHRI review on water & sanitation CP/ PS Annual Target: International Compliance Project - 8 international compliance activities, research & reporting support provided to specification & within budget 2 2 2 2 Actual:Annual Target exceeded 2 3 4 N/A Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March: 1.

Annual Target exceeded in Quarter 3 Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Attendance at UN Internet Governance Forum, Azerbaijan 2. Attendance and Presentation on the of the role of NHRI’s at African Charter Colloquium, Cape Town 3. Attended the NANRHI Regional Human Rights Training for NHRIs in Lusaka, Zambia 4. ICESCR Accession- statement drafted Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Provided various information & assistance on Children’s rights (SA’s CRC Report; Children, Business & Human Rights) (LM) 2. Drafted the SAHRC UPR presentation on the occasion of the 21st session of the UN HR Council.

3. Drafted the SAHRC Opening Statement for the 10th anniversary of the AU’s Robben Island Guidelines on Torture Prevention in Africa. 4. Attendance and Participation in 51st Session of African Commission on Human & Peoples Rights Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. Attended a Briefing: UPR Country Report (LMM, BM, JL, LM) 2. Attended South Africa’s UPR appearance. 3. Attended ICESCR telecom in connection with Mandela Day event 4. Tele meetings with Adv Karz re McCallum matter & UN finding

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 14 Strategic Objective 1: Promote compliance with international obligations (continued) Prog.

Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 CP/PS Annual Target: Draft Annual International Report complete by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Annual target acheived N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Draft International Report completed 2. Compiled and edited draft International Report 3. First completed draft submitted internally to HOP for review 4. Comments drafted and submitted on Country Report for Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities, submitted to Department of Women, Children and Persons with Disabilities Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1.

Additional draft chapters completed 2. ICERD draft chapter submitted for review Quarter 2: July/August/ September: 1. Two draft chapters completed Quarter 1: April/ May/June: 1 Report due in Quarter 4. Work to commence from Quarter 2 Annual Target: 5 international reports & submissions provided by agreed deadline & to specification 1 2 2 0 Actual:Annual Target exceeded 1 2 2 2 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Convention on the Rights of the Child draft State Report, draft and finalise SAHRC comments on the draft State Report, submitted to Department of Women Children and People with Disabilities by Commissioner Mokate’s office 22/03/13 2.

Submission of questionnaire for NANHRI sponsored project entitled – ‘Enhancing the Role of African NHRIs in the prevention of torture’ – on current status and powers of the SAHRC when it comes to torture prevention 3. Meeting with research regarding 2012 International Report (RW) Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Submission of OHCHR questionnaire on children and health 2. Submission of OHCHR questionnaire on the public service October: 1. On 12/10/12 a press statement was released to in support of government’s decision to ratify the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR ) Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sep 1.

UN Disability & Employment Questionnaire submitted by 31/07/12 2. ICC Reaccreditation –documents submitted on 17/07/12 (LMM) Quarter 1 – April/May/June: 1. Submission to UNHRC on Social Forum, 31 May. PIA - SAHRC input to Social Forum

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 15 Strategic Objective 2: Position the Commission as a focal point for human rights in South Africa Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 CP/ HuRA/ Prov Offices Annual Target:72 stakeholder engagements including provincial office visits & engagements 10 15 24 23 Actual:Annual Target exceeded 13 18 29 44 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March Commissioner’s Programme 1. Human rights month focus: conceptualised and led the national water and sanitation hearing: ‘Life and Dignity in Poor Ccommunities: Holding Government Accountable for realising rights’, as culmination of provincial hearings (PG) 2.

Met with UNICEF to discuss joint activities, specifically the project on children’s socio-economic rights, 1 March 2013 (LM) 3. Convened successful, well-attended provincial hearing on illegal mining and human rights in Komaggas, Northern Cape, 4 March 2013 (JL) 4. Made a presentation at the JCPS cluster workshop at the Defence Intelligence College, 7 March 2013 5. Attended and delivered a key note address on an international Women day hosted by the department of Women Children and Persons with Disabilities, 9 March 2013 (BM) 6. Attended meeting with Iraqi Ambassador to South Africa, 18 March 2013 (MLM) 7.

Attended and presented at National Hearing on Water and Sanitation – intersectionality of rights to water and sanitation, and the right to an environment, law enforcement, equality, education and childrens rights, and disability, 19 March 2013 (PG, JL, MLM, LM, BM, DT) 8. Attended a meeting with the Chairperson of the Malawi Human Rights Commission,20 March 2013 9. Attended and made presentation at the SANEF Meeting, 5 March 2013 (MLM, PG, BM, LM, DT, JL) 10. Convened a meeting with Prof. Marlene Verhoef and other members of the University of North West on their Committee on Human Rights, 8 February 2013, (DT) 11.

Convened a meeting of the reference group for “Policy options for addressing intersecting inequalities and poverty traps in children’s rights”. Discussed the draft terms of reference and the immediate path forward, 11 February 2013, (LM) 12. Attended, presented, and facilitated at the Roundtable Discussion on Illegal Mining hosted by the GP office, 15 February 2013 (JL). 13. Convened a meeting with Southern African Association for Learning & Educational Differences (SAALED, 18 February 2013 (BM) 14. Attended a Civil Society and Private Sector Consultation on the Review and Update of the World Bank’s Environmental & Social Safeguard Policies Meeting, 19 February 2013, (LM) 15.

Facilitated and actively participated on a round table discussion in North West (Iteko Special school-Rustenburg), 19 February 2013, (BM) 16. Attended the meeting between the SAHRC and the Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court, 27 February 2013 (MLM, BM) 17. Delivered a key note address on “Disability within the Workplace” at a workshop that was organised by EE@WORK., 28 February 2013 (BM) 18. Convened meeting with CGE Commissioners on ongoing collaboration, 14th February 2013 (PG) 19. Meeting with Dr Radhika Balakrishnan, Executive Director, Center for Women's Global Leadership Professor, Women's and Gender Studies Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.27th February 2013, (PG) 20.

Hosted an Internal Seminar on Progressive Realisation, Maximum Available Resources, and Macro-economic Policy , 27th February 2013 (PG) 21. Deputy Chairs Office (RW) Attended western cape education advocacy workshop, 15th February 2013 (PG) 22. Held a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Mr A Nel, 15 January 2013 (MLM) 23. Held meeting with APCOF to discuss Training project on monitoring police, 17 January 2013 (DT) 24. Held meetings with CALS on Marikana Submission, 21 January 2013 (DT) 25. Held a Teleconference Interview with Professor Waylen (International IDEA Sweden) regarding “Lessons Learned from African Leaders” project, 23 January 2013 (PG) 26.

Met with the Deputy Ministers of Justice and Constitutional Development and International Relations and Cooperation, 24 January 2013 (MLM) 27. Participated in meeting with Director of the Children’s Institute regarding areas of possible collaboration in the coming year. Importantly, this included plans for the launch of the 2013 Child Gauge, which this year will be focused around early childhood development (LM) 28. Participated in a planning meeting with UNICEF in which both organisations presented their plans for the coming year, 28 January 2013 (LM) 29. Launched the Charter on Basic Education Rights.

This entailed the convening of a launch event, attended by multi-level stakeholders, including the Department of Basic Education, members of the civil society sector and the chairperson. Remarks were made by the Chairperson, Linda Chisholm of DBE, Cameron MaConnachie of the LRC, Patricia Martin of Advocacy Aid as well as Commissioner Mokate. There was extensive media engagement both at and surrounding the launch. This included radio and television interviews, newspaper articles, online posting as well as an opinion piece published in both the Sunday and Weekly papers. Copies of the Charter were distributed to those who attended the event, and the document has since been made available online, 31 January 2013 (LM) 30.

Convened meeting with Trevor Mulaudzi and 12 representatives from National School Governing Body and Community representatives, 29 January 2013 (PG) 31. Attended the launch of LHR/ACMS report titled Policy Shifts In the South African Asylum System : Evidence and Implications, 15 February 2013 (MLM) 32. Attend and participate in the Launch of the Charter for Basic Education Rights, 31 January 2013 (MLM, LM, BM, PG, DT) 33. Vote of thanks at FISD meeting held at the CRL Commission, 25 January 2013 (MLM, LM and PG) 34. Met with the Chairperson of the CRL Commission in preparation of the FISD meeting, 15 January 2013 (MLM) 35.

Attended a meeting of the City of Tshwane Task Team on the Impact of Refugees and Asylum Seekers on Tshwane Service Delivery, 23 January 2013 (MLM) 36. Attended the Launch of PanSALB Neville Alexander Language Scholarship, 21 November 2013 (MLM) 37. Met with Makwetla and Associates to discuss human rights awards,21 February 2013, (LM) 38. Attended a Consultative meeting on a Civil Society Ageing Strategy for South Africa in Birchwood Hotel (Boksburg), 6-7 February 2013 (BM) 39. Convened a meeting with PanSALB, 11 February 2013 (MLM) 40. Convened a meeting with the National organisation for blind in South Africa, 21 February 2013 (BM) 41.

Convened a meeting with the National organisation for blind in South Africa and Department of Social Development, 25 February 2013 (BM) 42. Attended British High Commissioner’s Eve of Parliament Reception,13 February 2013 43. Convened a meeting with the Chairperson of the Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) to discuss the letter to DIRCO on the participation of the CGE at international events, 11 February 2013 (MLM) 44. Completed a detailed survey from section 5 Committee Member, Molo Songololo for the purposes of advocating for the institution of an Ombudsperson for Children, 6 March 2013 (LM)

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 16 45. Attended the Mpumalanga provincial visit, 6-7 March 2013 (MLM) 46. Instituted a call for proposals/expressions of interest on the children’s socio-economic rights project,10 March 2013, (LM) 47. Assisted in the co-ordination of a Roundtable on The Budget through a Child Rights and Equity Lens. JC spoke on behalf of the Commissioner at the event, delivering the Welcome Address. The event consisted of a keynote address by Russel Wildeman (IDASA), a panel of experts, an open discussion and a statement from our partners in the event, UNICEF, 13 March 2013 (LM) 48.

Attended the Third National Consultative Conference hosted by CRL Commission, 08 March 2013 49. Attended a meeting with Benny Palime, (Director, advocacy and strategy, DWCPD). The department is moving towards drafting a disability act and wanted to engage the Commission on our views on the process, 18 March 2013 (BM) 50. Attended South African Older Persons Workshop in Klerksdorp, 5 March 2013 (BM) Provincial Officer’s Activities 1. Eastern Cape: Made presentations on human rights and records management, on socio-economic rights, on rights of children and on socio-economic rights in East London and Mdantsane; attended a dialogue hosted by local government on public participation; attended a dialogue hosted by the CGE on educationFree State: Attended policy dialogue on widowhood by CGE on 14th in Bloemfontein; dialogue on victim and offender stakeholders on 14th at Grootvlei Correctional services in Bloemfontein and participated in Human Rights Day celebrations hosted by Correctional Services on 20th in Bloemfontein.

2. GP: attended Human Rights month celebrations hosted by City of Joburg on older persons on 13th in Finetown; attended monthly Human Rights Day celebrations hosted by Department of Human Settlements on 15th in Poortjie; hosted an information session for the Department of Customer Relations (CoJ) on 20th in Johannesburg; attended an information session hosted by the Departments of Health and Social Development on 26th in Vosloorus. 3. KZN: presentation at Damorosa School on 19th, stakeholder meetings with Diakonia Council of Churches on 23rd and with Durban South community on 24th 4. LP: presentation to DOE on education and disability in Polokwane on 7th; CGE public hearing on gender mainstreaming on 8th in Polokwane; tabling of provincial budget by National Treasury at the Provincial Legislature on 11th ; CGE dialogue on equality land study on 15th; IEC elections road mapping conference on 26th and CGE dialogue on widows and orphans on 26th.

Also undertook 4 human rights related interventions on children’s rights jamboree on 4th; site inspection to Reamogetswe care centre on 11th; exhibition and presentation on disability at Dzanani on 15th and presentation and exhibition at Bosasa Youth centre on 21st 5. Northern Cape: speaker at ND Schwarts old age home on 14th; local government forum meeting on outreach on 14th; mediation in disability matter at AJ Ferreira school on 26tth; provincial consumer protection outreach in Kakamas on 15th; speaker at provincial GCIS outreach at Prieska on 13th and stakeholder launch to use community television on 28th 6.

Western Cape: site visit to wine farms on 5th and 7th ; Opening session of National House of Traditional Leaders on 7th; Thusong inter-sectoral district meeting in Caledon on 7th; employment equity workshop on 8th, presentation at City of CT international women’s day on 8th; children’s dialogue on 12th; launch of national action plan on racism on 13th; presentation to district managers on the education charter on 15th; legal clinic and site visits at Suurbak and Riviersonderend on 18th; site visits at George and Mossel Bay on 19th; talk on xenophobia at Bridgetown school on 19th; site visit at Groot Brak River on 20th; presentation to disability network at Maitland on 20th; public hearing on Equal Education on 20th attendance at Paarl for human rights day on 21st; presentation at Bellville court on 22nd and stakeholder engagement on homeless persons on 27th 7.

Head office: exhibition at CRL national consultative conference, Pretoria on 7th-10th 8. Eastern Cape: a) Attended and convened Human Rights Month planning meetings with stakeholders such as Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, Chapter 9 institutions and Mnquma Local Municipality; b) Attended CRL Commission seminar on Ukuthwala and witchcraft killingsin East London; c) Attended a meeting on disability convened by the Department of Social Development and Special Programmes on 20th in East London;d) Attended a learning event on youth development in local government convened by Restless Development and SALGA on 21st in East London;e) Delivered a presentation on PAIA at a gathering organised by Child Welfare South Africa; f) Delivered a presentation on human rights at a two-day multi- stakeholder consultation convened by the IEC oin Mpekweni Resort; g) Hosted a roundtable discussion on Education on 28 February 2013 9.

KZN:a) Attended a Democracy Development Program Public Forum meeting on 20th February; b) Attended a meeting with Art for Humanity on 21st February 2013; c) Attended a meeting with Deputy Information Officers Coordinating Committee (KRMDIOF)on 25th February 2013; d) Attended a meeting with Association for Rural Advancement on 25thFebruary 2013; e) Attended the opening of KZN Legislature on 26th February 2013. 10. Limpopo: a) Attended stakeholder meeting and made presentations at a jamboree stakeholder consultation with the Department of Education on 6thFebruary 2013 at the Department of Health Training Cente; b) Attended a preparation meeting with Childline Limpopo on Child Rights on 11thFebruary 2013 at Childline Limpopo; c) Attended a Chapter 9 forum meeting on 14thFebruary 2013 at Auditor General’s offices; d) Attended a presentation on Provincial School Safety Guidelines on 20thFebruary 2013 at the Department of Education’s offices; e) Attended the State of the Province Address on 21st ~February 2013 at Limpopo Legislature; f) Attended celebration of International Mother Tongue Day on 22ndFebruary 2013 held by PANSALB at the University of Limpopo; g) Participated in a dialogue on gender and policy on 27th at CGE offices; h) Hosted a dialogue on environmental rights in Greater Tzaneen on 15 February 2013; i) Hosted a dialogue on Child Rights in Modimolle on 21 February 2013 11.

Western Cape: a) Attended a meeting on how to conduct community development engagements on 28thFebruay 2013 in Cape Town. b) Hosted a roundtable discussion on Education in Cape Town on 15 February 2013; c) Hosted a workshop on farm workers in Cape Town on 28 February 2013 12. Gauteng: a) Hosted a roundtable discussion on Mining on 15 February 2013; b) Hosted a Seminar on Macro-economic policy and women at Head office on 27 February 2013.

13. Northern Cape: a) Hosted a workshop on Disability in Upington on 27 February 2013 14. North West; a) Hosted a roundtable discussion on Disability in Rustenburg on 19 February 2013 15. Mpumalana: a) Hosted a roundtable discussion on Right to Foo don 20 February 2013 16. Free State: a) Hosted a workshop on LGBTIs in Bloemfontein on 22 February 2013 17. Hosted a dialogue on socio-economic rights (LP-24 Jan); 18. Hosted a dialogue on LGBTIs (NC-28 Jan) and 19. Hosted a panel discussion on access to basic services and rural development (FS-29 Jan) 20. Eastern Cape attended a meeting convened by Epilepsy South Africa on 30th in East London; 21.

Western Cape: conducted a site inspection and meeting with SAPS and unions on 11th in Robertson; 22. Conducted a site inspection and registered complaints on 16th in De Doorns and conducted a presentation to health practitioners on health and human rights on 22nd at the University of Cape Town.

Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec Commissioner’s Programme Activities 1. Delivered presentations on “Child Rights Sector” and “Children’s Rights and Responsibilities” at the Girls and Boys Education Movement Gauteng West 1st Annual District Conference, 3 December 2012 (LM)

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 17 2. Attended a meeting with Coram Centre for Child Law and LRC on the South African Legislative framework pertaining to migrant children, 4 December 2012 (MLM and LM) 3. Attended a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, 6 December 2012 (MLM) 4.

Attended a multi-stakeholder meeting for National Sustainable Development Workshop, 6 December 2012 (JL) 5. Attended a meeting with Director-General of the Department of Water Affairs to discuss Acid Mine Drainage, 11 December 2012 (JL) 6. Attended the National Conference: Forum for Visually Impaired Educators, 10 December 2012 (BM) 7. Convened a meeting of the reference group for “Policy options for addressing intersecting inequalities and poverty traps in children’s rights”. The members welcomed the FFC, DSD and the Presidency to the group and discussed the draft terms of reference, 11 December 2012, (LM) 8.

Delivered a paper on “Human Rights Responsibilities of Mines”during the Mine Water Division Symposium at CSIR on 1 November 2012 (JL) 9. Convened a meeting with Business and Human Rights Resources Centre, 13 November 2012 (PG) 10. Convened a meeting with UNICEF, HSRC and Research Unit on Children’s Socio-economic rights, 7 November 2013 (LM) 11. Delivered a Speech at North West University Indaba on “Challenges to Water and Sanitation from SAHRC Perspective”, 16 November 2012 (PG) 12. Delivered Speech at 29th World Congress of Public Service International on “Trade and Human Rights”, 29 November 2012 (PG) 13.

Attended a meeting with Water Aid on “Water and Sanitation Issues and collaboration”, 20 November 2012 (PG) 14. Convened a meeting with Irish Human Rights Commission, 20 November 2012 (MLM) 15. Attended a meeting with Save the Children, Sweden’s Southern African Conference on Children’s Rights, 2 November 2012 (LM) 16. Participated in a Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage and Mine Reside Areas Provincial Government Action Committee, 14 November 2012 (JL) 17. Held a meeting with Lenasia residents following the outcome of the Court hearing on Lenasia, 26 November 2012 (MLM) 18. Held a meeting with Minister of Human Settlement and Task Team regarding possible solutions aimed at resolving problem in Lenasia, 28 November 2012 (MLM) 19.

Attended the Financial and Fiscal Commission’s Public Hearings on Housing Finance Options, 7 and 8 November 2012 (MLM) 20. Attended Western Cape Roundtable Discussion on Peaceful Protests, 9 November 2012 (PG) 21. Attended provincial office engagements in the Eastern Cape, 12 – 13 November 2012 (MLM) 22. Attended a planning meeting with UNICEF, 13 November 2012 (LM) 23. Attended and made a presentation at the LRC National Education Conference, 14 – 15 November 2012 (LM) 24. Attended the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality’s Social Cohesion Summit, 15 November 2012 (MLM) 25. Attended a meeting with CGE and Gender Dynamics, 21 November 2012 (PG) 26.

Attended the City of Johannesburg and Africa for Migration and Society’s Policy Dialogue on Urban Health, HIV and Migration in Johannesburg, 22 November 2012 (MLM) 27. Hosted the Forum for Institutions Supporting Democracy meeting, 22 November 2012 (MLM, LM) 28. Presentation at CGE Launch of “365 Days Campaign on Violence against women” Report, 23 November 2012 (PG) 29. Attended South African Institute of International Affairs roundtable discussion on sustainable prosperity (natural resource governance), 27 November 2012 (JL) 30. Delivered a lecture at the Sociology Rotary Annual Lecture at the University of Witwatersrand on South Africa’s Democracy and Human Rights: Progress and Challenges, 3 October 2012 (PG) 31.

Attended and delivered a paper at the Public Protector’s Good Governance 2012 Conference, 15 October 2012(LMM) 32. Hosted the launch of Oxfam/ACMS research findings on Access to Justice and Constitutional Rights for Non-Nationals, 16 October 2012(LMM) 33. Attended the Second Acid Mine Drainage (AMD) Long-term Feasibility Study Stakeholder Committee meeting in Pretoria, 17 October 2012 (JL) 34. Attended and gave the Keynote address at the Mpumalanga Roundtable discussion on ‘Business and Human Rights for Mining Communities’ in Barberton, Mpumalanga, 19 October 2012 (JL) 35. Attended a meeting with Mthandazo Hlahla (Oxfam) and Sharon Olago (Africa Centre for Migration and Society) to discuss the launch of research findings into issues of access to justice for non-nationals, 03 October 2012(LMM) 36.

Attended the Presidential Banquet on the Occasion of the Assumption of Office by the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, 08 October 2012(LMM) 37. Attended meeting with Water and Sanitation Stakeholders, Women on Farms, 15 October 2012 (PG) 38. Attended a workshop in the Series for the Mining Environmental Communities Alliance (MECA) hosted by the Centre for Environmental Rights and Lawyers for Human Rights, 18 October 2012 (JL) 39. Attended NCCC meeting in Boksburg, 22 October 2012 (JL) 40. Attended and spoke at HuRap Older Person’s Roundtable in the Western cape, 25 October 2012 (PG) 41.

Attended meeting with the National Intelligence Coordinating Committee, 26 October 2012(LMM) Provincial Office Activities 1. Hosted 1 roundtable discussion on disability (KZN-12 Dec) 2. Hosted 1 roundtable discussion on LGBTIs (MP-13 Dec) 3. Free State: Facilitated a Domestic Violence Awareness Campaign for Department of Public Works staff in Kroonstad, Welkom, Trompsburg and Bloemfontein from 3rd-6th 4. KZN: attended a training session on restorative justice hosted by the Dept of Justice on 4th in Durban; attended the Justice, Crime Prevention and Security Cabinet Cluster Meeting on 6th in Pietermaritzburg and conducted a presentation on disability rights at the KZN Provincial Parliament on 6th in Mzumbe.

5. Limpopo: conducted a presentation on International Disability Day on 3rd for the Capricorn District; participated in Chapter 9 Forum held on 4th hosted by the Auditor General; attended CGE reporting session on 4th in Polokwane; attended commemoration for disabled persons hosted by the Giyani Parliamentary office on 5th in Giyani; conducted awareness raising campaign during 16 Days of Activism Against Women and Children Abuse on 6th in Tzaneen; conducted training on International Human Rights Day and PAIA with Dept of Justice on 10th and 11th respectively in Hoedspruit. 6. Mpumalanga: attended and exhibited in Siyahlola Presidential Monitoring Programme on people with disability on 4th at Hoerskool Bergvlam in Nelspruit.

7. Eastern Cape: a) Attended a workshop by CGE on “water study presentation” ; b) Attended a men’s sector dialogue on HIV/ Aids; c) Attended a seminar by CGE on “365 days activism report” held in Port Elizabeth 8. Free State: a) Attended telematic broadcast on disability by University of Stellenbosch on; b)Participated in GCIS outreach sessions; c) Attended alaunch of Judge Inspectorate’s Report 9. Gauteng: a) Attended HSRC/ Water Research Commission dialogue on water governance; b) Attended a stakeholder dialogue on impact of refugees and asylum seekers on service delivery in Tshwane 10. KZN: Participated in CGE dialogue on ukuthwala; b) Delivered a presentation on Xenophobia at KZN Playhouse; c) Attended a training session on human trafficking by NPA & Dept of Justice on 28th 11.

Limpopo- a) Attended University of Limpopo community engagement dialogue on 16th; b) Attended the 3rd Rev Abraham Maja Ecumenical Lecture; c) Attended “16 days of activism “at Mankweng Advice Centre as well as at Manthata Advice Centre; d) Attended CGE waterstudy dialogue 12. Mpumalanga-a) Attended provincial child rights stakeholders’ forum; b) Attended CGE men’s summit; c) Attended religious parliament by provincial legislature 13. Western Cape- a) Attended a colloquium on application of African Charter; b) Conducted site inspections and fact finding missions to various areas following farm protests; c) Held engagement with business rights NGO; d) Held meetings with Cape Law Society and Legal Aid SA, e) Attended Open

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 18 Society monitoring index on law enforcement event; f) Delivered a presentation on 16 days of activism 14. Eastern Cape Provincial Office: a) Delivered a presentation on “Right to Food” to Zingisa Educational Trust; b) Made a submission to House of Traditional Leaders on “Traditional Courts Bill” and on “Sexual Orientation”; c) Participated in a Conference on “Inclusion and Hostel Policy” that was organised by the Provincial Department of Education.

15. Free State Provincial Office: a) Attended Pan South African language Board stakeholder meeting; b) Delivered a presentation Welkom community on “SAHRC services” duringPublic Protector Week; c) Attended a CRL Workshop.

16. Gauteng Provincial Office: a) Conducted -site inspection in relation to a complaint at Alexandra women’s hostel; b) Held a meeting with Cosatu on partnership and training on specific issues; c) Attended, stakeholder meeting on food cooperatives as a means to eradicate poverty at City of Johannesburg ; d) Conducted site visit to Omelela women’s platform cooperative farming project at Orange Farm;e) Attended a stakeholder meeting by Office of the Speaker Ekurhuleni at the Legislature; f) Delivered a presentation to social workers at Gauteng Dept of Social Dev on ”Rights of people with disabilities”; g) Attended a consultative workshop on “Commemorative Days’” at Turfontein that was organised by Gauteng Department of Sport , Arts and Culture.

17. KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Office: a) Held a meeting with Children’s Rights Centre in Westville; b) Held a C9 forum meeting with municipal manager on informal traders’ challenges ;c) Delivered a presentation on “Rights of Older Persons” in Richmond that was hosted by Muthande Society for the Aged; d) Attended a “World Food” Seminar by Diakonia; e) Attended a stakeholder meeting at Refugee Social Services ; e) Participated in public hearings on community participation as hosted by the Gauteng Legislature ;f) Attended a stakeholders meeting on equality courts outreach program that was organised by the Department of Justice ; g) Delivered a presentation at C9 Outreach in UMzimkhulu.

18. Limpopo Provincial Office: a) Delivered a presentation on Rural Women” at the Department of Rural Development; b) Attended stakeholder consultative meeting at Manthata Advice Centre in Bochum;; c) Attended a Dialogue on “Community and Stakeholder Consultation” organised by Independent Electoral Commission. 19. Mpumalanga Provincial Office: a) Attended a- meetings on social awareness campaign by media houses and other stakeholders ; b) Delivered a presentation on ”Equality”to farming communities in Dullstroom/ Lydenburg; c) Participated at public hearing on “Gender Transformation in the work place” that were organised by the Commission on Gender Equality .

20. Northern Cape Provincial Office: a) Attended “Right to Food Day” that was hosted by civil society. 21. Western Cape Provincial Office: a) Attended a-stakeholder meeting on Hangberg matterwith the Public Protector and Independent Police Investigative Directorate; b) Attended a joint stakeholder meeting on asylum seekers with Legal Resource Centre, UCT Law Clinic and Scalabrini Centre ; c) Attended a stakeholder meeting with SAPS, CCID and metro police on car guard victimisation and xenophobia.

Quarter 2- July/Aug/Sep Commissioner’s Programme Activities 1. Convened and delivered a Keynote Address at PAIA National Information Officers Forum (PG) 2.

Hosted a meeting with Professor Bonita Meyersfeld of the University of the Witwatersrand regarding killings at the Lonmin mine/Marikana(LMM) 3. Hosted a meeting with the Department of Home Affairs on a way forward regarding a request for information (sent to same by the Commission) on violations of the rights of refugees and asylum seeker(LMM) 4. Hosted a meeting with Professor Michael Stein, Harvard University (BM) 5. Attended the 10th Annual Nelson Mandela Lecture by Mary Robinson, which concluded with a quote from book by PG 6. Held talks with learners on “The South Africa of 1978: Perspectives from exile” in preparation for the Johannesburg Model United Nations Session, Johannesburg (LM) 7.

Delivered a speech at People’s Parliament organised by civil society (PG) 8. Hosted and attended the Forum for Independent Statutory Bodies Supporting Democracy(LMM, LM) 9. Hosted and attended a National Workshop on Basic Education Charter(LM, BM, PG, JL) 10. Presented a paper on “The importance of evidence in monitoring child rights in South Africa: How the SAHRC can contribute to and use PAN: Children” at the launch of the PAN: Children Knowledge Hub (LM) 11. Delivered a Keynote Address at Global Leadership Summit held at University of Free State, Free State (PG) 12. Attended a meeting on “My Planet, My Choice (JL) 13.

Attended a conference on ‘Disability Expo’, Johannesburg (BM) 14. Attended a meeting on “Transformation and Racism” at University of Stellenbosch, Cape Town (PG) 15. Attended a Focus Group meeting on Acid Mine Drainage Long Term Feasibility Study Stakeholder Committee, Krugersdorp, Gauteng (JL) 16. Attended a meeting of the Migrant Health Forum(LMM) 17. Hosted the Forum for Institutions Supporting Democracy meeting(LMM, LM) 18. Attended a meeting with the Immigration Detention Coalition and Lawyers for Human Rights to discuss the Global Child Detention Campaign (LMM) 19. Attended a meeting with UNICEF to brainstorm on the “Launch of the Charter on Basic Education Rights” (LM) 20.

Participated in the Roundtable discussion on “Marikana Tragedy” co-hosted by the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) and Gauteng Provincial SAHRC(LMM, DT) 21. Attended a ‘Water Roundtable’ at Water Research Commission (JL) 22. Attended a Briefing Session hosted by National Children & Violence Trust, as part of adjudication panel of the Awards on Championing Children’s Rights(LM) 23. Attended the South African Launch of the UN Conference on “Trade & Development Investment Policy Framework” (PG) 24. Attended Seminar on “Traditional Courts Bill’ at Human Sciences Research Council (JL) Provincial Office Activities: 1.

Hosted a Workshop on “The rights of Older Persons” in Umtata, Eastern Cape. 2. Hosted a Roundtable Discussion on “The Rights of Migrants”, Free State. 3. Hosted a Roundtable Discussion on “The Right to Education and use of Corporal Punishment”, North West. 4. Delivered a ppresentation on “Gender and Human Rights” at the Department of Public Service and Administration, Pretoria 5. Delivered a presentation on “The role of the South African Human Rights Council” at Free State Legislature, Free State. 6. Delivered a presentation on “The role of the South African Human Rights Council” at the Government Communications and Information Services community meeting in Wepenner.

7. Delivered a presentation on “PAIA/PAJA” at the Information Indaba organised by the National Department of Health Information Indaba. 8. The Gauteng Provincial Office: a) Hosted a meeting with CCMA and FAWU on “Vulnerable Sector Stakeholders” b) Gauteng-conducted monitoring visit onmedical conditions at Lindela repatriation centre. c) Delivered a presentation on “Deaf Awareness” at Emfuleni Municipality, Cape Town.d) meetings with non- nationals at Ratanda and with University of Johannesburg students on the work of SAHRC, e) Consultation at Lindela Repatriation Centre. f) Attendance at social cohesion summit by Department of Arts and Culture at Kliptown.

9. The Eastern Cape Provincial Office attended a) The SA Partners conference on “The Right of people who are living with HIV” at the Provincial Men’s Sectorb) A monthly review meeting of the Provincial Chapter 9 women’s month. c) A meeting to establish stakeholder’s forum. d) Launch of The Amant Sexual Rights Network. e) Hosted a European Union- funded joint Workshop with the Project for Conflict Resolution and Development on “Asylum

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 19 Seekers, Refugees and Migrants” f) Stakeholder engagements with PPSA and C9 forum, respectively.

10. The Limpopo Provincial Office attended: a) PANSALB Provincials Strategic Plan meeting at Oasis Lodge, b) NICRO-stakeholder meeting in preparation for Safety Ambassadors, c) An introductory meeting with SACC Provincial Secretary, d) Distributed material and held exhibition at Women’s Day Celebration in Modimolle, e) COSATU conference, f) Chaired a hearing at the Department of Human Settlement on “Places of Safety”.g) Delivered a presentation at a Disability Indaba at the Park h) Delivered a presentation on “Youth Crime Awareness Campaign” to SAPS i) Presentation to CGE on maternity benefits for self employed women, attendance at IEC 2018 Vision stakeholders forum & site visit at Luthuli School 11.

The Free State Provincial Office attended: a) A consultative meeting by the Department of United Kingdom International Development at the Premier’s office on gender based violence. b) A workshop on “Women Empowerment and Gender Equality” jointly hosted by the Ministry of Women, Children and People with Disability and the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform, c) Free State Legislature’s Women’s multi-party caucus, d) An information sharing meeting with Deaf SA, e) Delivered three presentations at the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development in Marquad, Excelsior and Jaggersfontein, respectively.

f) attended a DOJCD strategy development workshop & attended PPSA public dialogue 12. The Western Cape Provincial Office attended: a) A capacity development workshop on “Health and Human Rights” at Pinelands on 8th. b)PANSALB provincial stakeholder meeting on 19th. c) Participated in awareness day for older persons at Mitchell’s Plain and Stellenbosch university, respectively, d) Stakeholder meetings on complaints and advocacy interventions with CCMA, CPUT and WCED and Regional SAPS e) Collaboration meetings with Legal Resource Centre and Amnesty International, respectively .f) Meetingswith C9 forum, CGE, department of labour, SJC, UWC& UCT Law Clinics, Intersex people & Lavender Hill community, respectively.

13. The North West-Provincial Office delivered a presentation at a “Seminar for deaf women” hosted by Department of Arts and Culture in Mafikeng. 14. The Mpumalanga Provincial Office: a) Facilitated workshop on “Business and Human Rights” at Xstrata Coal mine in Witbank. b) Attended a workshop on “ The state of nation’s children’s rights obligations to UNCRC & ACRWC” 15. The KwaZulu Natal Provincial Office-attended: a) A Lecture on Steve Biko at Umtapo, b) A Community Law and Rural Development Centre stakeholder meeting, c) A provincial hate crime task team meeting, d) A provincial task team meeting on human trafficking, pornography, prostitution and brothels.

e) A Human Rights calendar day event held jointly with CGE and PPSA f) Meetings with CRC and AFRA & HTTPB task team, respectively. g) Forum meetings on PAIA & Speakers forum 16. Western Cape- Attended SANGOCO health summit on 2nd, stakeholder meeting with Equal Education on access to education on 14th, seminar on the role of SAHRC with international student delegation from Netherlands on 16th and workshop of Independent Bodies Forum on development of MOU on joint programs on 23rd.

17. The Northern Cape Provincial Office attended: a) A disability mainstreaming workshop in Kimberley b) An LGCF meeting. Quarter 1: April/ May/June: Commissioners activities 1. Presentation at the Induction of Commission on Gender Equality Commissioners Induction (LMM) 2. Participated in the 1st Quarterly meeting between SAHRC, DIRCO; DG in the Presidency & Justice & Constitutional Development (LMM, LM) 3. Hosted meeting of NGOs to discuss complaint about the Lindela Repatriation Centre (LMM) 4. Convened meeting of Forum for Constitutional Independent Bodies(LMM) 5. Delivered keynote address at the Launch of “National Campaign on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights” at Masinyane Women’s Support Centre (PG) 6.

Held a meeting with Ms Stephanie Jurgens-Bleeker of the International Organisation for Migration in Pretoria (LMM) 7. Participated in Youth Violence Prevention Workshop in Newtown (DT) 8. Attended meeting with Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), UNICEF & the Department of Social Development (DSD) on the launch of the knowledge hub on children’s rights (LM) 9. Attended meeting with UNICEF to follow-up on the April workshop on Equity & Children (LM) 10. Attended a meeting with UNICEF to update collaborative work (LM) 11. Attended meeting with Equal Education Law Centre (LM) 12. Attended a meeting with Centre for Environmental Rights (JL) 13.

Attended a meeting with B. Holtman (PG) 14. Attended ‘World Elder Abuse Awareness Day’ (BM) 15. Attended National Disability Machinery Consultative Meeting (BM) 16. Attended meeting with BenchMarks Foundation (PG) 17. Attended Workshop: Coordination in the Field of Health (SB) 18. Attended the 3rd SA TB Conference (SB) 19. Attended a meeting with Studies in Poverty & Inequality Institute on the Right to Food (SB) 20. Delivered keynote address at the Seminar on “The Right to food in South Africa: Entitlements, Endowments and the role of Economic and Social Policy” at University of Cape Town (PG) 21.

Delivered speech at the Seminar on “The Right to food in South Africa: Entitlements, Endowments and the role of Economic and Social Policy” at University of Cape Town (SB) 22. Attended the Advocacy & Human’s Rights Programme: Older Persons’ Rights Workshop (BM) 23. Attended a meeting with the Department of Social Development Directorate: Care & Service for Older Persons & SA Older Persons Forum (BM) 24. Attended a POPCRU Crime Summit at Birchwood Hotel and Conference Centre (DT) 25. Attended a meeting with the Migrant Health Forum (LMM) 26. Attended a planning meeting with the Office of the Executive Mayor in Ekurhuleni(LMM) 27.

Attended the South African Basic Education Conference hosted by Sasol Inzalo Foundation in Durban(LM) 28. Attended a National Health Summit hosted by the Department of Health in Johannesburg (SB) 29. Attended the Family Law Conference in Cape Town (PG) 30. Attended the Board of Trustees meeting in relation to the Re-Iteleng Workshop for the Blind (BM) 31. Attended a Conference on “Infrastructure and Development” hosted by the Department of Economic Development 32. Attended the Yom- Hashoa Annual Day of Remembrance Service hosted by the South African Jewish Board of Deputies in Pretoria (SB) 33.

Attended the National Orders Awards in Pretoria(LMM) 34. Attended a workshop on “Policy Options for Addressing Intersecting Inequalities among Children in South Africa” (LM) 35. Attended a Consultative Workshop on the Traditional Courts Bill (JL) Provincial Office Activities: 1. The Eastern Cape Provincial Office attended: a) A workshop on older persons. c) A community outreach. d) An Indaba on employment equity. e) 2 stakeholder meetings on HIV/ Aids & food; and conducted 1 site visit on pending scholar transport complaint; f) Hosted 2 community outreach interventions. g) Attended 3 stakeholder meetings on HIV/Aids and Gender.

h) 2 public hearings on the Traditional Courts Bill. 2. The North West Provincial Office: a) Hosted Chapter 9 Forum meeting. b) 2 stakeholder meetings on disability. 3. The Free State Provincial office attended: a) C9 stakeholder Forum Meeting. b) Hosted a human rights celebration event with traditional leaders. d) Participated in the provincial hearings on Traditional Courts Bill.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 20 4. The Gauteng Provincial Office: a) conducted a site inspection at Lindela Repatriation Centre. b) Delivered presentations at Leeukop Prison and Constitution Hill, respectively. c) Hosted celebration of Youth month at Lawley. d) Held meetings the Scottish Human Rights Commission and Tanzania Women’s Association, respectively. e) Delivered a presentation on “Non-nationals”. f) Adjudication of one school debate, two national schools moot court competition. g) Attended a stakeholder meeting on LGBTI.

5. The KwaZulu-National Provincial Office: a) Conducted a workshop on non-nationals b) Attended a Freedom Day commemoration event.

C) Attended 6 stakeholder meetings on local government and hate crimes. 6. Limpopo: attendance at C9 stakeholder forum meeting & site inspection of Selowe School on education matter; Limpopo: 1 Chapter 9 forum meeting; 2 seminars on disability & youth respectively. 7. The Northern Cape Provincial Office hosted a Chapter 9 Forum meeting.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 21 Strategic Objective 2: Position the Commission as a focal point for human rights in South Africa (cont) Prog Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 CP – Prov Offices Annual Target: 9 provincial hearings (water & sanitation) 3 3 3 N/A Actual:Annual Target achieved 0 4 5 N/A Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March: On National Water and Sanitation Hearing, Deputy Chair undertook the following activities: 1. Meeting with Joyce and Lindiwe Khumalo to discuss preparations for Public hearing on Water & Sanitation (PG) (AM) 2.

Deputy Chairs office convened meeting on water and sanitation (AM& RW) 8TH Feb 3. Attended and participated in task team meeting on water and sanitation on 14th Feb (AM) (RW) 4. Attended and participated in task team meeting on water and sanitation on 21st Feb (AM) (RW) 5. Deputy Chairs office drafted concept note for water and sanitation hearing (PG) 6. Deputy chairs office drafted agenda for water and sanitation hearing (RW) 7. Deputy chairs office drafted invitations for water and sanitation hearing(PG) 8. Deputy chairs office sent out invitations for water and sanitation hearing (HM) Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1.

Five (5) public hearings held in Northern Cape, Free State, Eastern Cape, Western Cape and Gauteng. Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. 4 hearings held in Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo and North West 2. Provided keynote address and attended the KwaZulu Natal Hearings, 12 September 2012 3. Provided keynote address and attended Limpopo Hearings, 20 September 2012 4. Provided keynote address and attended the North West Hearings, 27 September 2012 5. Launch of water and sanitation public hearings in Mpumalanga 6. Planning is underway for first hearing set for 29 August in Mpumalanga Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1.

Planning & preparatory meetings 2. Concept Note developed & preparatory meeting held in May 2012 3. Provinces conducted needs assessments, stakeholder identification & profiling of communities in preparation for public hearings CP/ PS Annual Target: 10 parliamentary liaison meetings 3 2 2 3 Actual:Annual Target exceeded 4 2 3 2 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Presented to Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements on various housing, water and sanitation issues, 20 February 2013 (MLM) )(PG)(RW 2. Attended a meeting with the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Rural Development and Land Reform, 19 February 2013 (JL) 3.

Attended the President’s State of the Nation Address, 14 February 2013 (MLM) Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Attended and made a presentation to Portfolio Committee on Justice and Constitutional Development on PAIA 2. Attended and made presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Women, Children and People with Disabilities and the Select Committee in the NCOP, 14 November 2012 (BM) 3. Presentation of SAHRC’s Annual Report 11/12 to Portfolio Committee on Justice and Constitutional Development (LMM, PG, LM, BM) 4. Attended an SAHRC Annual Report pre-meeting with PC JCD Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Attended and participated in discussions at Parliament during meeting with Portfolio Committee.

2. Attended & made submission at the Parliamentary Public Hearings: UN Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities & its Optional protocol. 3. Attended meeting withHon John Bercow, British Speaker of the House of Commons.

Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. Attended a Seminar on Investing in Children at the National Council of Provinces (NCOP)(LM) 2. Attendeda Portfolio Committee Justice & Constitutional Development meeting on the tabling of Draft Combating of Torture Bill (DT) 3. Attended meeting withHon John Bercow, British Speaker of the House of Commons (PG) 4. Delivered a Presentation to Portfolio Committee on Justice & Constitutional Development(LMM, PG, LM, BM) 5. Presented at launch - Promoting Children’s Rights in South Africa: A Handbook for Members of Parliament(LM)

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 22 Strategic Objective 2: Position the Commission as a focal point for human rights in South Africa (cont) Prog Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 CP Annual Target:14 Section 5 Committee meetings N/A 4 5 5 Actual: Annual target not met N/A 2 2 6 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1.

Convened Section 5 Committee meeting on Basic Services; Water and Sanitation, 8 March 2013 (PG) 2. Convened Section 5 Committee meeting on CEDAW, 8 March 2013 (PG) 3. Convened Section 5 Committee meeting on Rights of Older Persons, 13 February 2013 (BM) 4. Convened Section 5 Committee meeting on Advancing Human Rights in the Context of Rural Development and Natural Resource Management, 20 February 2013 (JL) 5. Convened Section 5 Committee meeting on Housing, 28 February 2013 (MLM) 6. Convened Section 5 Committee meeting on Basic Education Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Convened Section 5 Committee meeting on Right to Food, 23 November 2012 (LM, MLM) 2.

Convened Section 5 Committee meeting on Migration and the Rights of Refugees and Asylum Seekers Quarter 2 : July/Aug/Sept 1. Hosted Section 5 Committee Meeting – Right to Disability 2. Hosted Section 5 Committee Meeting - Right to Food PS/LS Annual Target: 85% of total complaints/enquiries finalised 85% 85% 85% 85% Actual: Annual target not achieved 55% 65% 73% 79% Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. March-79% finalisation of complaints/ enquiries 2. February -76% finalisation of complaints/enquiries) 3. January -74% finaliatino of complaints/enquiries 4. Meeting with Melanie Dugmore, Western Cape Provincial Manager on WC complaints 4th Feb Quarter 3:Oct/Nov/Dec 1.

December: 73% finalisation of complaints/enquiries 2. November:70% finalisation of complaints/ enquiries 3. October: 68%Finalisation of complaints/enquiries Quarter2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Conducted Investigations on allegations of racism in KwaZulu Natal(LM) 2. Attended the Legal Committee meetings.

3. Statistics month on month comparison: September: 65%; August: 62%; July: 58% Quarter 1: April/May/June 1. April + May 1 263 (38%), 2. April - June 1 790 (55%), Annual Target: Register of Memorandum of Understanding by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: AnnualTarget achieved N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Annual Target achieved as at 31 January 2013 January: Compiled a register of all memoranda of understanding Annual Target: Approval of Litigation Strategy by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: AnnualTarget achieved N/A N/A N/A 1 Comments: Strategy developed and formally approved by the Chief Operations Officer

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 23 Strategic Objective 2: Position the Commission as a focal point for human rights in South Africa (cont) Prog Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 SS&G Annual Target:80 media engagements including statements/alerts, interviews etc 10 10 30 30 Actual:Annual target exceeded 11 64 113 175 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March Media Advisory: 1. Advisory on non delivery of basic learning material 2. Advisory on national Water and Sanitation hearing 3. Media invite on national water and sanitation hearing 4.

Media Invite on non delivery of basic learning material 5. Media invite on an inspection to assess progress in projects to build enclosures around toilets in Rammolutsi, Moqhaka Municipality 6. Notice to public bodies: Submission of mandatory compliance reports in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information (PAIA) Act to SAHRC; 7. Media advisory for Launch of Charter of Basic Education Rights Media statements uploads: 1. statement on Anene Booysen and violence against women (AM) 2. Statement on Human Rights Day commemoration. 3. Statement on notes and commends the Western Cape High court judgment declaring closure of Cape Town refugee reception office unlawful.

4. Statement on Moqhaka Municipality’s failure to appear before the Commission over undisclosed toilets. 5. Statement on SAHRC subpoena Moqhaka local municipality over the failure to honour recommendations to rebuild enclosed toilets in Rammolutsi. 6. Statement on Commissioners in a meeting with the Chief Justice, Mogoeng Mogoeng.

7. Statement on revelations in Marikana contradicts police case of self defence. 8. Statement on non delivery of basic learning material hearing. 9. Statement on Zama Khumalo Issues a Public Apology for Facebook Comments 10. SAHRC submission to the Portfolio Committee on Justice & Constitutional Development on the Legal Practice Bill 11. Statement on Roundtable Discussion on Illegal Mining in Gauteng Province 12. Statement on Minister Xingwane’s calvinist comments 13. Statement on SAHRC find a church publication offensive and amounting to hate speech 14. Statement on SAHRC’s concern about alleged police brutality resulting in the death of a taxi driver 15.

Statement on the abuses against older persons 16. Statement on the deaths of four babies at Limpopo Hospital 17. Joint statement issued on Lenasia 18. Statement issued on prison riots in FS 19. Statement issued on Northern Cape initiates 20. Statement issued on the WC Farms 21. Statement issued on Golf racism 22. Joint Statement issued with Dept of Housing on Lenasia 23. Statement on the CPR issued 24. Statement issued on Farlam Tatane report 25. Statement: SAHRC launches Charter to help address basic education challenges Interviews: 1. CNBC > Police brutality and human rights– (PG) 2. Kaya FM> Rammolutsi (IM) 3.

OFM> Rammolutsi (IM) 4. Newsflash> Lulu Xingwana’s racist comments (IM) 5. Kaya FM > Police Brutality (IM) 6. Radio 702> Lulu Xingwana’s racist comments ( KA) 7. Mogodi FM > Human Rights (IM) 8. Bush FM> Police Brutality (IM) 9. Motsweding FM> Human Rights (MLM) 10. Ligwalagwala FM> Human Rights (EM) 11. Bush FM > Human Rights (IM) 12. Lesedi FM > Human Rights (KK) 13. Kakasi FM> Police brutality (IM) 14. Bush FM> Police brutality (IM) 15. Radio 702>Lulu Xingwana( IM) 16. SABC 2: Morning Live> Police Brutality (KA) 17. Reuters TV> Police brutality (MLM) 18. Moutse FM> Human Rights (IM) 19.

Radio Islam> Human Rights(KA)

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 24 20. Capricorn FM> Water and Sanitation- (IM) 21. Thobela FM> Water and Sanitation –(IM) 22. ETV Sunrise > Human Rights – (MLM) 23. ENCA with Jeremy Maggs – Water and Sanitation – (PG) 24. ENCA Saturday news – Water and Sanitation – (PG) 25. SAFM with Mmasechaba Moshoeshoe> Water and Sanitation – (PG) 26. SAFM with Vuyo Mbuli> Water and Sanitation – (PG) 27. Metro FM on the breakfast show >Human Rights – (IM) 28. SAFM: Mmasechaba Moshoeshoe > water and sanitation (PG) 29. E-News Africa > water and sanitation (PG) 30. SAFM: Morning talk with Vuyo Mbuli> water and sanitation (PG) 31.

Soweto TV> water and sanitation and human rights (PG) 32. SAFM with Ashraf Gader> water and sanitation (LK) 33. SABC: Fokus> Human rights (DT) 34. SABC Special broadcast> Water and sanitation (PG) 35. CNBC Africa> water and sanitation (PG) 36. SABC Morning Live> water and sanitation and human rights (MLM) 37. Talk SA> Racism (MLM) 38. Thobela FM: Hlokwa la tsela > Human Rights (IM) 39. SABC News> Human Rights (MLM) 40. TruFM> Human Rights (AM) 41. Classic FM> Human Rights day (KA) 42. Paarl FM> Human Rights (IM) 43. Motsweding FM> Human Rights (BJ) 44. Dagbreek TV> Human Rights (DT) 45. Thobela FM Hlokwa la Tsela> Human Rights (IM) 46.

Voice of Cape FM> Right to dignity pointless without water article (KA) 47. ENCA> Human Rights (MLM) 48. Vuma FM> Human Rights (IM) 49. SAFM with Masechaba Moshoeshoe> Human Rights (MLM) 50. Lesedi FM> Human Rights (KK) 51. SABC Channel Africa> Human Rights (KK) 52. CNBC Africa> Human Rights (MLM) 53. Umhlobo Wenene FM> Human Rights (KK) 54. Munghana Lonene FM> Human Rights (MLM) 55. SABC: Talk SA> Human Rights (MLM) 56. SAFM with Ashraf Gader> Human Rights (MLM) 57. Kaya FM – Police brutality (IM) 58. E-TV- Police brutality (KA) 59. SABC TV – Police brutality (MLM) 60. Sky News – Police brutality (KA) 61.

Gagasi FM – Minister Xingwana’s comments about Afrikaners (IM) 62. Radio Pulpit- Minister Xingwana’s comments (IM) 63. Newsflash – Minister Xingwana’s comments (IM) 64. Radio 702 – Minister Xingwana’s comments (IM) 65. Mogodi FM – Human Rights Issues (IM) 66. Bush FM – Police brutality (IM) 67. Motsweding FM – Police brutality (IM) 68. Ligwalagwala FM – Human Rights (EN) 69. Bush FM – Human Rights (IM) 70. Lesedi FM - Human Rights (KK) 71. Kakasi FM – Police brutality (IM) 72. Bush FM – Police brutality (IM) 73. Radio 702 – Lulu Xingwane (IM) 74. SABC 2: Morning Live –Police brutality (KA) 75.

Reuters TV –Police brutality (MLM) 76. Soweto TV- Human Rights (IM) 77. Radio 786 – Human Rights Issues (MD) 78. Motsweding FM – Disability Rights (IM) 79. Radio Mafisa –Disability Rights (IM) 80. Radio Mafisa –Disability Rights ( ZL) 81. North West Radio – Disability Rights (IM) 82. SAFM – CPR (CK) 83. Thobela FM- on the HIV testing (IM) 84. eGagasi FM - Zama Khumalo (IM) 85. Bush Radio - HIV testing (IM) 86. Soweto TV – Pastor Mbhoro (IM) 87. eGagasi FM – HIV Testing (IM) 88. Kaya FM – HIV Testing (IM)

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 25 89. Bush Radio – HIV Testing (IM) 90. Radio Pulpit – HIV Testing (IM) 91. Capricorn FM – on babies deaths (IM) 92. CCTV – International Human Rights laws (KA) 93. Loocha –Human Rights (LM) 94. Radio 2000 – Basic Education Charter (KA) 95. Interview with Northwest Radio on elderly persons (LM) 96. Interview on Radio Islam on elderly persons (LM) 97. Interview on Radio Moutse on elderly persons (LM) 98. Interview on Moutse Radio on babies deaths (IM) 99. Interview on Ukhosi FM on babies deaths (KK) 100. Interview on Ukhosi FM on older persons (Kgamadi) 101.

Interview with Thobela FM on babies deaths (IM) 102. Interview on Thobela FM on older persons (IM) 103. Interview on babies deaths on SAFM (IM) 104. Interview on babies deaths on Radio Bushbuckridge (IM) 105. Interview on babies deaths on Lesedi FM (IM) 106. Interview on Radio 702 on babies’ deaths (KK) 107. Interview with Soweto TV on elder persons (TZ) 108. Interview with Lesedi FM on elder persons (LM) 109. Interview with Radio Pulpit on elder persons (LM) 110. Interview with Lesedi FM on prison riots (KK) 111. Interview with Radio M-Power on Lenasia (IM) 112. Interview with Lesedi Fm on Lenasia (IM) 113.

Interview with Radio Islam on Lenasia (CK) 114. Interview with Kaya FM on the prison riots in FS (IM) 115. Interview with 702 (IM) 116. Interview with Lesedi FM on prisoners rights (IM) 117. Interview with Radio Bushbuckridge on prison (IM) 118. Interview with eNews on farms (MD) 119. Interview with Jacaranda FM on the farms (MD) 120. Interview on Radio 702 on the initiates death (IM) 121. Interview with SABC TV on farms (MD) 122. Interview with SABC Afrikaans radio on Farms (MD) 123. Interview with SABC News on Golf racism (KA) 124. Interview with Lesedi FM on prison (IM) 125. Interview on Radio Islam on farms (MD 126.

Interview with SAFM on farms (Melanie) 127. Interview with SABC TV on FS prison riot incident (Kayum) 128. Interview with eNews Channel on the prison riots/rights (Kayum) 129. Interview with eNews Channel on issues of race and golf incident (Chair) 130. Interview with SAFM’s Vuyo Mbuli on issues of race and golf incident (Chair) 131. Interview with Jozi FM on Lenasia plan (Isaac) 132. Interview on Moutse Radio on the Child Protection Act. (Isaac) 133. Interview with Lesedi FM on the CPR (Kgamadi) 134. Interview with the SABC on the CPR (Kayum) 135. Interview with Ukhosi FM on the CPR (Kgamadi) 136.

Interview with Bush Radio on the CPR (Chantal) 137. Interview with Radio Islam on the CPR (Chantal) 138. Interview with Kasi FM on police brutality (Isaac) 139. Interview with Mungana lo Nene on the CPR (Chair) 140. Interview with Cape Talk radio on the muslim children in school 141. Interview with the UNITRA radio on the muslim children denied school 142. Interview with SAFM on rights of the elders (BM) 143. Interview with SAFM on the rights foreigners (KA) 144. Radio telephone interview on 702 Talk Radio with Redi Tlhabi about basic education charter launch (LM) 145. Radio telephone interview with Jakaranda fm on Basic Education Charter (IM) 146.

Television interview with E-News Africa on Basic Education Charter (LM) 147. Radio telephone interview with Lesedi FM on Basic Education Charter (IM) 148. Radio telephone Interview with 702 Eye Witness News (LM) 149. Radio telephone interview with Thobela FM on Basic Education Charter ( IM) 150. Radio telephone interview with SAFM: Masechaba Moshoeshoe’s show (LM) Media Queries: 1. Sunday Independent Newspaper - Water and Sanitation ( IM) 2. The Sunday Times – Racism ( IM) 3. The New Age – The rights of disabled people ( IM) 4. The New Age – Northern Cape Initiation school ( IM))

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 26 5. Beeld- Minister Lulu Xingwana’s racist comments (IM) 6. Daily Dispatch – Racism (IM) 7. Die Burger –hate speech and the new black panther party’s visit to SA (IM) 8. The Star – funding of independent schools by five provincial departments (IM) 9. Mail and Guardian- Basic education (IM) 10. Times Media – Basic Education (IM) 11. Sunday Independent – Basic Education (IM) 12. Free State Public News – Tatane (IM) 13. Beeld – Sugne Bridges (IM) 14. Saturday Star – Moqhaka (IM) 15. Western Cape Newspaper – DRC car guards (IM) 16.

Sowetan – Human Rights Issues (IM) 17. The Star> Human Rights (IM) 18. The new age> Human Rights (IM) 19. Media Query: Sunday Independent Newspaper - Water and Sanitation 20. Media Query: GCIS – Human Rights 21. Media Query: Sowetan – Human Rights Issues 22. Media Query: The New Age – Initiation School in the NC 23. Media Query: The Times – HIV Testing 24. Media Query: Sunday Times – Race Case 25. Media Query: The Times – Zama Khumalo 26. Query from Sunday Times on prison riots. 27. Query from SAPA on Lenasia 28. Query from Sunday Times on Gay-change school 29. Query from Sunday Times on prison riots 30.

Query with the Star on Lenasia submission 31. Query with Beeld on Lenasia submission 32. Query from Natal Witness on older persons 33. Query from New Age on Lenasia 34. Query on FS Gay from Volksblad 35. Query from Mamba Online on gay school 36. Query from the Daily Sun on the K…word remark 37. Query from Die Burger on Western Cape Farms 38. Query from Sapa on the farms 39. Query with Citizen on the prison riots 40. Query with Sowetan on Golf racism 41. Query with Cape Times on farms 42. Query from Sunday Times on CREARE 43. Query from News Age on Lenasia 44. Query from Daily Sun on Lenasia 45.

Query from SABC News on CREARE (IM) 46. Query from Beeld on the CPR 47. Query from the SABC News on the CPR 48. Query from Mambo-on-line on Gay pastor Bougardt 49. Query on Bloemfontein dreaded learner with SABC 50. Query from Die Burger on Muslim learners refused school 51. Query from Daily Sun on the rasta pupil 52. Query from Sunday Times on the muslim children denied schooling. 53. Query from CII on the muslim children denied schooling. 54. Query with Cape Times on the muslim children denied in school. 55. Query by the Star on the prisons 56. Query from the Citizen on muslim children 57.

Query from the News Age on the Zastron mediation. 58. Query from INL Cape Town on the muslim school children 59. Query from the New Age on the Marikana Tatane 60. Query from Weekend Argus on Maverick 61. Query with the Saturday Star on Lenasia 62. Soundbyte with Gagasi FM on farms (IM) 63. Soundbyte with Radio 786 on farms (IM) 64. Soundbyte with Kaya FM on the farms 65. Soundbyte with Bush Radio on the farms 66. Soundbyte with Valley FM on farms 67. Soundbyte with Kaya FM on initiates (IM) 68. Soundbyte with eGagasi FM on the initiates 69. Soundbyte with Radio 702 on Lenasia plan (IM) 70.

Soundbyte with Rainbow FM on Lenasia (IM) 71. Soundbyte with Gagasi FM on babies deaths (IM) 72. Soundbyte with Jacaranda FM on babies deaths (IM)

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 27 73. Soundbyte on Vuma FM on abuse on older persons (BM) 74. Soundbyte on Kaya FM on babies deaths (IM) 75. Soundbyte with Jacaranda FM on prison riots (IM) 76. Soundbyte on Golf racism with eGagasi FM (IM) 77. Soundbyte with 702 on Lenasia adoption 78. Soundbyte with SABC Radio on Lenasia (IM) 79. Soundbyte with eNews on prisoners rights (KA) 80. Soundbyte with Newsflash on the CPR (IM) 81. Soundbyte with 702 on CPR (IM) 82. Soundbyte with Kaya fm on CPR (IM) 83. Soundbyte from SABC Radion on CPR (KA) 84. Hosted Internal Seminar (DT) Quarter3: Oct/Nov/Dec Media Advisory:a) Marikana Press Conference invite issued; b) Media Invite issued for Freedom of Artistic Expression Roundtable discussion.

Statements: 1. Message of condolence on the passing on of Judge Arthur Chaskalson 2. A – Status bestowed to the SAHRC by the International Human Rights Body 3. Media invite: Gauteng Water and Sanitation Hearing 4. SAHRC concerned about Minister Sexwale statements and plan on Lenasia. 5. SAHRC commemorates International Human Rights Day at the last Provincial Water and Sanitation Hearing in Gauteng 6. Statement issued on Chair’s ICC Appointment 7. Statement issued on Naked miners 8. Statement issues on Lenasia/SACP matter 9. Statement issued on Lenasia agreement 10. Statement issued on SPLIT 11.

Press statement issued on Marikana Matter. 12. Media statement issued on Northern Cape Police Brutality. 13. Press statement issued on Andries Tatane matter. 14. Letter of apology written to Farlam by the Chairperson. Interviews: Lenasia Matter & Agreement 1. Interview with Morning Live (LMM) 2. Interview with AM Live SAFM(LMM) 3. Interview with Talk 786 Radio(KA) 4. Interview with Radio Islam(KA) 5. Press Conference outside court(LMM) 6. Interview with eNews Channel(KA) 7. Interview with SABC (KA) 8. Interview with Voice of Wits(IM) 9. Interview with SAFM(KA) 10. Interview with Radio 702(KA) 11.

Interview with Eye Witness News (CK) 12. Interview with Motsweding FM(IM) 13. Interview with Metro FM (KA) 14. Interview with eNews Channel (KA) 15. Interview with Radio 702 (KA) 16. Interview with Kaya FM (KA) 17. Interview with Radio Islam(IM) 18. Interview with North West Radio (IM) 19. Interview with Ukhozi FM (IM 20. Interview with Thobela FM(IM) 21. Interview with Capricorn FM (IM) 22. Interview with Sekhukhune Radio (IM) 23. Interview with Radio Pulpit (IM) 24. Interview with SAPA(IM) 25. Interview with Sowetan(IM) 26. Interview with City Press(CK) 27. Interview with eNews(IM) 28. Interview with Radio Islam(CK) 29.

Interview with SABC TV News(KA) 30. Interview with Tru-FM in Bisho(IM) 31. Interview with Mhlobo we Nene (IM) 32. Interview with Gagasi FM (IM) 33. Interview with Kyknet(Freek)(IM) 34. Interview with SABC Radio(IM) 35. Interview with SABC TV (LMM) 36. Interview with Jacaranda FM(KA) 37. Interview with Kaya FM(IM) 38. Interview with Munghana Lo Nene (LM) 39. Interview with Gagasi FM-Agreement (IM)

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 28 40. Interview with Sekhukhune FM-Agreement (IM) 41. Interview with Jacaranda FM-Agreement- (KA) 42. Interview with SABC TV and Radio-Agreement (LMM) 43. Interview with eNews Channel (LMM) 44. Interview with Radio Veritas- Agreement (IM) 45. Interview with 702 (KA) 46. Interview with eNews Channel (KA) 47. Interview with Lesedi FM(IM) 48. Interview with Motsweding FM(IM) 49. Interview with SABC Radio(LMM) 50. Interview with Reuters Media(LMM) 51. Interview with eNews Channel(LMM) 52. Interview with Sunrise(LMM) 53. Interview with CIIP(KA) 54.

Interview with SABC Radio(KA) 55. Interview with Bushbuckridge Radio(IM) 56. Interview with Channel Africa(IM) 57. Interview with Sekhukhune Community radio (IM) 58. Interview with 702 (KA) 59. Interview with Kaya FM (IM) 60. Interview with Metsweding FM (IM) 61. Interview with Jacaranda FM (KA) 62. Query with Beeld (KA) 63. Soundbyte with Newsflash (KA) 64. Interview with Jacaranda (KA) 65. Interview with SABC (KA) 66. Interview with 702 (Chair) 67. Interview with Newsflash (Chair) 68. Interview with Thobela fm (IM) 69. Enquiry with Times (IM) 70. Interview with M-Power radio (IM) 71. Interview with Radio Islam (IM 72.

Media query with The Times(IM) 73. Media Query with Sunday Independent (IM) 74. Media Statement issued(IM) 75. Media query with Citizen(IM) 76. Media query with Citizen(KA) 77. Media query with the New Age(IM) 78. Media query with eNews(IM) 79. Media query with The Star(IM) 80. Media query with Citizen(IM) 81. Media query with the Times (IM) 82. Media query with Beeld (IM) 83. Media query with Daily Maverick(IM) 84. Media query on Lenasia (IM) 85. Media query with Star(IM) 86. Media query with New Age(IM) 87. Media query from The News Ag (IM) 88. Media Query by eNews(IM) 89. Soundbyte with Jacaranda FM(IM) 90.

Soundbyte with Gagasi FM(IM) 91. Soundbyte with Radio 702 CPT (IM) 92. Soundbyte on SABC radio News(IM) 93. Soundbyte on SABC Sotho/Nguni radio (IM) 94. Soundbyte on SABC Durban(IM) 95. Soundbyte with Kaya FM(IM) 96. Soundbyte with CIIP (IM) 97. Soundbyte with Classic FM(IM) 98. Soundbyte with NewsFlash(IM) 99. Soundbyte with Radio Islam(KA) 100. Soundbyte with SABC Radio(IM) 101. Soundbyte with Jacaranda FM(KA) 102. Soundbyte with SAFM(KA) 103. Soundbyte with SABC Radio (KA) 104. Soundbyte with SABC Radio(IM) 105. Soundbyte with Gagasi FM (IM) 106. Soundbyte with 702 (KA) Chairperson ICC Appointment 1.

Soundbyte with Gagasini FM (IM) Lindela 1. Interview with Morning Live (KA) 2. Interview with Interface (KA) 3. Interview with SABC Special Assignment (KA) 4. Soundbyte on eNews 5. Media Query with SAPA (IM) 6. Media Query with Sowetan (IM)

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 29 International Human Rights Day 1. Interview with Lesedi FM (BM) 2. Interview with Capricorn FM (IM) 3. Interview with Capricorn FM (ERIC) 4. Interview with Mogodi Community Radio (IM) 5. Interview with Morning Live (PG) Water and Sanitation 1. Interview with SABC 2. Interview in Cape 786 3. Interview with Radio Pulpit 4. Interview with Turf FM (IM) 5. Interview with Moutse Radio (IM) Equality Report 1. Interview with Newsflash (LM) 2. Interview on 702 (LM) 3. Interview on Capricorn FM (LM) 4. Interview on CIIP (LM) 5. Interview on Lesedi FM (LM) Other Human Rights Related Matters 1.

Interview with Focus on Social Issue De Doorns 2. Interview with Mogodi Community Radio on 16 Days of Activism 3. Interview on Phalaphala FM regarding Older Persons 4. Interview with Cutting Edge on SABC on Eastern Cape Farm Housing 5. Interview with Soweto TV about the work of the Commission 6. Soundbyte with Newsflash on Marikana Evidence 7. Soundbyte with Gagasini FM on DA SASCO Tweet 8. Interview with RSG on Human Rights (Commissioner Titus) 9. Interview with Ligwalagwala on Human Rights (KA) 10. Interview with SABC’s Leihlo La Sechaba on Justice Denied (Commissioner Titus) 11. Query with Ilanga on armband (IM) Health 1.

Interview with Ligwalagwala FM 2. Soundbyte with SABC Sotho/Nguni Radio Free State Disability 1. Interview on Lesedi FM (LM) 2. Interview on Mou FM (LM) 3. Interview on QwaQwa FM (LM) 4. Interview on Karabo FM (LM) Rights of Suspects Interview with Radio Turf Marikana Matter 1. Interview with Thobela FM. 2. Interview with Moutse Community Radio. 3. Interview with Radio Mafisa. 4. Interview on Lesedi FM. 5. Interview on Radio Bushbuckridge. 6. Interview on Khaya FM.

Marikana withdrawal 1. Interview on Ligwalagwala FM. 2. Interview on Moutse Community Radio. 3. Interview on Newsflash. 4. Interview on Khaya FM. Kekana Children’s death 1. Interview on Khaya FM. 2. Interview on Capricon FM Hindu Red String 1. Interview on SAFM. Freedom of expression 1. Interview on eNews Channel. Andries Tatane matter 1. Interview on Gagasini FM. 2. Interview on Capricorn FM. 3. Interview on Newsflash. 4. Interview on Khaya FM.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 30 5. Interview on SAFM. 6. Interview on Motswedi FM.

7. Interview with North West Radio. 8. Interviews on eNews Lunch. 9. Interview on 702. 10. Interview on Radio 2000. 11. Interview on eNews. Housing Matter 1. Interview on Leihlo la Sechaba, SABC2. Quarter 2 : July/Aug/Sept Media Advisory: 1. Reminder sent to journalists regarding KZN water and sanitation public hearing. 2. Media invite issued on Limpopo water and sanitation public hearing on 15th September and a reminder on the 19th to media. 3. Invited the media to Robben Island Commemorative Seminar; 4. Announcement of Commissioner Baai’s death and a Press Conference organized in Nelspruit; 5.

Invited media to water and sanitation hearing in Mpumalanga.

6. Media Invite issues onDraft Charter on Basic Education Rights Workshop; 7. Reminder sent on the SAHRC/CGE/OPP’s Mandela Day events. Media Statements and Interviews Water and Sanitation Public Hearings: NW, Limpopo, Free State and Mpumalanga 1. Media Statement Issued 2. Interview on East Coast radio 3. Interview on Gagasi FM 4. Interviews on Munghana loNene 5. Interview on Moutse Community Radio Station. 6. Interviews on Thobela FM 7. Interview on Capricorn FM 8. Interview on SAFM 9. Interview on Lesedi FM 10. Interview on Ligwalagwala FM 11. Interview on Ikwekwezi FM SAHRC Investigation on Marikana: 1.

Interview on SABC, 2. Interview on eNews 3. Interview on eNews and Capricorn FM ; 4. Interview on Al-Jazeera on Marikana/Phiyega; 5. Interview on ITN (Kayum Ahmed) on Phiyega/Marikana; 6. Interview on Chinese CTV :; SAHRC launches investigation into Marikana massacre; 7. The SAHRC clarifies its investigation into the Marikana tragedy 8. Media Statement on “SAHRC urges human rights council to hold business to account for human rights violations”; 9. Media Statement on “SAHRC disappointed with government’s rejection of international advice on Traditional Courts Bill” CSRV / Marikana Seminar: 1.

CSVR / SAHRC round table on Marikana: Media Statement drafted and issue: collaborative efforts in addressing the underlying factors in the mines that led to the Marikana tragedy 2. Interview on Gagasi FM; 3. Interview on Channel Africa 4. Interview on eNews 5. Interview on Jacaranda FM 6. Interview on SAFM 7. Interview on Thobela FM 8. Interview on SAFM Afternoon talk 9. Interview on 3rd Degree. Other Human Rights Related Matters: 1. Interview with Channel Islam Radio on the Religious/Islam killings; 2. Interview with SAFM Africa Talk on the Religious/ Islam killings 3. Interview with Al – Jazeera on the Torture Bill 4.

Interview with East Coast Radio on the Torture Bill 5. Sunrise Interview – 6. Radio Interview 702 ) 7. Interview with Radio 702 on Western Cape School Closure 8. Interview with Special Assignment on Prison Parole 9. Jointly wrote a statement with CGE to the Sunday Times on Quran Beating 10. Joint statement issued with LRC after a court case on Herselman Matter 11. Interview on Gagasi FM on Herselman Matter 12. Media response to Noseweek and the Sunday Times (on the Maverick Club); 13. Media Response to The Weekly in Free State (on the Suspected Murdered kid denied school); George Bizos and the Marikana issue:

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 31 1. Interview on Gagasi FM 2. Interview on Lesedi FM; 3. Interview on al-Jazeera ); Parliaments Portfolio Marikana: 7 1. Statement issued 2. Interview on Jacaranda 3. Interview on SAFM 4. Interview on SAFM 5. Interview on Lesedi FM 6. Interview on Munghana loNene 7. Interview on Thobela FM Malema claiming that he was invited by the Commission to address staff 1. Statement issued; 2. Interview on SABC Radio ; 3. Interview on Newsflash ; 4. Interview on Gagasi Lindela (19-Sept) 1. Query response to SAPAA 2. Query response to Business day 3.

Query response to New Age on Mob Justice 4. Query response to Daily Sun on Homophobia Robben Island Guidelines Commemorative Seminar: 1. Closing media statement issued and sent to journalists; 2. Interview on SABC SAFM.

Xenophobic Attacks against Muhammad Kazi: 1. Media response to YOU magazine and the Sunday Times on the number of complaints received in relation to religious intolerance. Basic Education Charter: 1. Media statement issued to extend the deadline for submissions Commissioner Baai’s death: 1. A quote from the Chairperson to the New Age, 2. 17/08 Memorial Service statement sent to the media. Marikana: 1. Media Statement issued to the Sunday Independent, Mail and Guardian and Mandy de Waal 2. Interview on Ukhozi FM, 3. Interview Mogodi FM, 4. Interview on Valley FM 5. Interview on Munghana Lo Nene.

Cameras in toilets in the Northern Cape: 1. Interview with Lesedi FM 2. One community radio station interview 3. Media response issued to the SABC on schools in the Northern Cape to bring down cameras installed as they infringe on the right to privacy of the learners (vulnerable group).

Education 1. Media Briefing - Draft Charter on Basic Education Rights at the Pan African Parliament Water and other human rights related matters 1. Carolina Water Matter’ (PG & JL) 2. T-shirts which make fun of the Dewani murder (The Times). 3. Conflict of rights between religions persons & laws (Business Day). 4. Allegations of a clinic’s discrimination against patients with HIV (Walter Sisulu University News Agency). 5. Commission’s decision to lodge papers with the Equality Court obo SA Jewish Board of Deputies (Myshtetl). 6. Allegation that a company owner referred to his employee a "Dom Kaffir." (Sowetan) 7.

Reports of a woman attacked because of her sexual orientation (Kaya FM). 8. Commission’s successful intervention - posting racist comments on the social networking site matter Quarter 1 - April/May/June Media Statements: 1. SAHRC commemorates International Day in Support of Victims of Torture 2. SAHRC expresses concern about the ill treatment of refugees & asylum seekers 3. South Africa's appearance before the UN Human Rights Council 4. Latest developments regarding the Protection of State Information Bill 5. Racist & discriminatory speech on social media has the potential to undermine social relations 6.

Policy Options for Addressing intersecting inequalities among children in SA, 7. Use of blue lights by the SAPS VIP Protection Unit, Interviews: 1. Sunrise Radio Show on World Refugee Day

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 32 2. eNews Channel on Commemoration of World Refugee Day 3. SAFM Midday live on Options for Addressing intersecting inequalities among children in SA 4. SABC TV News on Non-striking workers stripped naked 5. Soweto TV on Human Rights & the Rights of People with Disabilities Strategic Objective 2: Position the Commission as a focal point (continued) SS&G Annual Target:8 opinion pieces written, disseminated & submitted for publication 1 1 3 3 Actual:Annual target exceeded 1 5 6 7 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Opinion piece on ‘the right to dignity is pointless without water’ (KA) 2.

Opinion piece on the ring of gyges (KA) 3. Opinion piece on the people especially women who continue to face challenges in accessing their rights (PG) 4. Opinion piece on water and sanitation: it is not too late to realize our Constitution (PG) 5. Wrote article for Pfanelo news article on water and sanitation (RW) 21st Feb 6. Opinion pieces on Basic Education Charter published on the Sunday Independent, The Star and The New Age newspapers (LM) 7. Article in Mail and Guardian “Good Guy, Bad Guy” (KA) 8. Opinion piece on Basic Education by Mokate sent to Sunday Independent (LM) Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1.

Opinion piece on the SAHRC website entitled “ I walked their road, i know its nowhere near dignity” (PG) 2. Opinion piece on the Tatane matter for the SABC (IM) 3. Opinion piecein the Sunday Independent entitled “Water and Sanitation, Farms, Women’s October’ (PG) 4. Opinion piece in the Sunday Independent entitled ‘I walked their road, I know it’s nowhere near dignity’ (PG) 5. Opinion piece published on Politics web entitled “South Africa’s Democracy and Human Rights: Progress and Challenges” 6. Article for the NANHRI Newsletter Vol. 4 issue II, July- December 2012, on 28 October 2012 Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1.

1 opinion piece published on the SAHRC website written by Kayum Ahmed on race entitled A complexity of complexion, 2. On the late Commissioner Baai in the Mail and Guardian entitled Gone too soon.

3. Commissioner Baai Op-Ed in the Sunday Independent. 4. 2 opinion pieces (both by Commissioner Baai) published in national weekly news papers: (Human Dignity, published in the Mail & Guardian.2012 and on Right to Food, published in the Sunday Independent. Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. 1 opinion piece, “Time to connect the dots”,The Star, 19 June 2012 (PG) Annual Target: Annual Media Plan for media coverage of the 12/13 scheduled events, interventions & activities implemented to scope, to budget & by deadlines Q1 plan implemented Q2 implemented Q3 implemente d Q4 implemen ted Actual: Annual Media Plan implemented as scheduled for the month 25% 25% 25% 25% Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1.

Media coverage for National Water and Sanitation Hearings held at Pan-African Parliament 2. Media coverage and branding for North West Disability Seminar 3. Finalised design of NANHRI Report 4. Website monitoring 5. Uploaded website with Basic Education Charter, Legal Practice Bill, Moot Court poster, PAIA Forms: A, B & C, 6. Created Water and Sanitation webpage, and 7. Created Expression of interest landing page on the website 8. Updated Events Calendar 9. Designed PAIA Provincial NIO programme 10. Media coverage of Launch of Basic Education Charter. Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Coverage of water and sanitation hearings in Gauteng 2.

Finalised and distributed Pfanelo 4th edition 3. Launch of Internal Seminar Series 4. Finalised Invite for launch of Charter of basic Education 5. Consolidating Intranet and Website revamp inputs 6. 8th biennial conference report – Finalised English version 7. 8th biennial Conference report - laid out French version, awaiting inputs from Judith Cohen 8. Finalised design and layout of Traditional Courts Bill leaflets. Leaflets are being printed.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 33 9. Management of Twitter and Facebook pages 10. Media coverage and branding for Launch of the Equality Report. 11. Coverage for water and sanitation hearings in Eastern Cape and Western Cape 12. Media Coverage for water and sanitation hearings in Northern Cape and Free State Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Water & Sanitation Public Hearings Media Coverage 2. Internal Newsletter Planning, design and announcement to staff. 3. Set up Twitter page , close to 400 followers; Facebook page running by 4. Meeting with the UNICEF Communications Team to discuss the Social Media Strategy for the Commission.

Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. Integrated Communications Strategy & integrated media plan approved. Strategic Objective 3: Strengthen advocacy & human rights awareness raising Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 CP Annual Target:Right to Food Workshop delivered by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Annual target not achieved N/A N/A N/A Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Target has been postponed to 13/14 financial year CP Annual Target:Basic Education & Children’s Rights Conference delivered by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Target achieved N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1.

Launched the SAHRC Charter on Basic Education Rights PS/ HuRA Annual Target: Acid Mine Drainage booklet delivered by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Target not achieved N/A N/A N/A Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Awaiting delivery of final product by service provider PS/ HuRA Annual Target:9 seminars/ human rights events conducted (1 per province and includes national event) conducted in March N/A N/A N/A 9 Actual: Annual target met N/A N/A N/A 9 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. 9 human rights events conducted by deadline, including National Human Rights Event held at Pan-African Parliament in March

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 34 Strategic Objective 4: Advance the realisation of human rights Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 SS&G Annual Target: Develop a Monitoring and Evaluation Plan by y 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Annual target met N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4:Jan/Feb/March 1. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan developed by deadline PS/ Research Annual Target: Draft s184(3) Report complete by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual:Annual target met N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1.

Section 184 (3) Report completed by deadline 2. Various correspondence with government departments on extension of deadline for ESR questionnaires 3. 1 response received from the Department of Human Settlements 4. Acknowledgments received from 4 government departments; upon request, extensions granted to deadlines 5. 3 additional letters, under signature of the Chair, sent to unacknowledged departments (Health, Social Development and Agriculture); noting SAHRC prepared to used power of subpoena to obtain necessary information Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Seven (7) protocols sent to government departments with covering letters and deadlines to respond before end of January 2013 2.

Protocols submitted and approved by Commissioners 3. Draft cover letters to Ministries/DGs finalised awaiting approval 4. Protocols submitted to Head of Programme for review and finalisation Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Section 184 Report ideas presented to Commissioners + a discussion of subpoena powers and SAHRC readiness to engage in this. 2. 6 of 7 Protocols finalized – 1 (Social Development = work in progress). Some challenges 3. Protocols being finalized – Work in progress 4. 2011/12 Section 184 Report - approved & ready for print 5. 2012/13 Report - Draft protocols, some existing from last year[NB: SAHRC & other C9s dealing with the lack of response from government departments.

Lack of response remains a general challenge] Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. Reviewing the 2011/12 report for preparation & proposal planning. 2. Some of the Governments Departments for which protocols were prepared (Health, Agriculture, Water Affairs, and Education) were developed for 2011/12, & were not used because government departments did not respond. These will be used for this year, & will be supplemented by additional ones if necessary, in line with the proposal.

Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 PS/Res earch Annual Target: 1 Strategic Focus Area Report by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Annual target met N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. SFA Report completed by deadline 2. Draft report submitted to the Deputy Chair for comment 3. 1 article drafted for Pfanelo on water and sanitation hearings 4. Draft report submitted to HOP for initial comments; report has now been sent to the Deputy Chair for comments. 5. Internal meetings have taken place in preparation for national hearing including preparation of media strategy 6.

Meetings held with civil society stakeholders – South African Water and Sanitation Academy dealing with issue of school toilets Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Internal meeting with GP office to discuss plans for Water and Sanitation hearing taking place in GP in December 2. Draft outline of report submitted to office of the Deputy Chair 3. Data gathering on “Water and Sanitation “provincial public hearings. Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Data gathering on the provincial water and sanitation hearings that have taken place. 2. Report Outline submitted to Deputy Chair for consideration and discussion 3.

Water & Sanitation report to become a Special Focus Area Report. Concept note well developed, and being developed into a proposal. Simultaneously, data gathering continues (one provincial hearing completed).

4. Work on draft proposal ongoing. Amongst ideas: Negotiate conducting a follow-up on investigation of racism in public schools. Investigative/Research Work has been invested in this process already. Linking the current investigation in KZN with this Strategic Objective will mobilize resources & maximize both the impact & benefit for the SAHRC. Current Adopted idea: Education & children in rural areas.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 35 Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1.

Ongoing planning for 2012/13 report. 2011/12 Special Focus Report (Makhaza Report) remains unapproved, delaying work for the next report. PS/ Research Annual Target: Draft Matrix for 2 ESR areas by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Annual target met N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. 2 draft indicators for 1) Health and 2) Social Security finalised and delivered by service provider along with paper outlining the methodology for the monitoring of socio-economic rights 2. Hosted a meeting with service provider (Studies in Poverty and Inequality SPII) to finalise proposed content of indicators Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1.

Continuous engagement with service provider (Studies in Poverty and Inequality SPII) to arrange feedback on matrix development, further define scope, and establish submission deadline Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Methodology discussions continued 2. Methodology being discussed with private service provider, and will be sent to the SAHRC for comments. 3. Discussions between ESR Senior Researcher & CEO took place to clarify the exact nature of what is expected. In a better position to develop this, having completed the 2011/12 Section 184 Report, & having received comments on this. Ongoing, but had to await the finalization of the 2011/12 report.

Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. Awaiting the finalization of proposals & the identification of the specific rights to be monitored in the 2012/2013 financial year 2. Liaised with Flanders International Cooperation Agency around funding for ESR Matrix Report.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 36 Strategic Objective 4: Advance the realisation of human rights (continued.) Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 PS/Res earch Annual Target: PIA - 6 submissions on draft legislation 0 2 2 2 Actual:Annual Target met 1 3 0 2 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Presentation of the Legal Practice Bill to the Portfolio Committee on Justice and Constitutional Development, 20 February 2013 (MLM, JL) (PG)(RW) 2. Submission made on Remuneration Bill to Parliament 3. Draft submission made on Employment Services Bill; not yet submitted to Portfolio Committee on Labour 1.

Numerous meetings held and submission drafted and circulated internally on Determination of Remuneration of Members of Constitutional Institutions Bill. This includes a Teleconference with Judith Cohen re: Remuneration Bill Parliamentary Submission (PG) Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Prepared draft submission looking at implications on disability in the Employment Services Bill – circulated to Commissioners for comments 2. Liaison with various Parliamentary committee secretaries over briefing dates to Portfolio Committees on Human Settlements, and Women, Children and Persons with Disabilities 3.

Compiled lists of issues for parliamentary committee on Justice to follow up on behalf of the SAHRC 4. Drafted letters to National Assembly and NCOP regarding tabling of research reports in Parliament Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Torture Bill submission presented to DoJ & CD Portfolio Committee 2. Traditional Courts Bill submission and presentation to DoJ & CD Portfolio Committee 3. Prepared submission to parliament, Public Hearings on the Domestication of the CRPD, 18-24 July 4. Attended Public Hearings on 25 - 26 July.

5. Work on the Legal Practice Bill submission & Torture Bill submission in progress. 6. Work on the Women Empowerment & Gender Equality Bill (Document completed – awaiting submission to Parliament not the DoJ & CD – strategic decision) Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. Commenced work on Legal Practice Bill submission 2. 1 submission to SALRC on Disability & Assisted decision making, 3. PIA monitored the Traditional Courts Bill NCOP Provincial Hearing process, 4. Provided input on a media statement & distributed an info pack on the Bill to Provincial Managers, SAHRC submission placed on website

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 37 Strategic Objective 5: Advance the right to equality & access to information CS Annual Target: 2 scheduled Equality Review Committee meetings attended 1 N/A N/A 1 Actual:Annual Target exceeded 1 N/A N/A 2 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1.

Chaired the Equality Review Committee meeting, 8 March 2013 2. Convened Equality Review Committee meeting, 7 February 2013 (MLM) 3. Meeting with PAIA to discuss ongoing deliverables 4. Reviewed letters for speakers for NIOF Hearing in Mpumalanga Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec No planned activities in Q3 Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Hosted meeting with Professor Gutto on ERC(LMM) Quarter 1 - April/May/June 1. Convened & attended the ERC meeting (LMM) 2. Research Unit involvement in the Equality Review Committee, tasked with recommendations & the review of the Equality Act suggests that regulations will not be in place in time for preparing the Equality Report proper, as envisaged in the law.

A process similar to the one that was followed in 2011/12 will be adopted. This will require a slight adaptation of the proposal for 2011/12 to capture the views of Commissioners & the specific issues forming the focus of the 2012/13 reporting on equality.

Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 PS/ Resear ch Annual Target:Draft Equality Report completed by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual:Annual target met N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Draft Equality Report completed before deadline 2. Continued drafting of Racism chapter 3. Various communication with provincial offices gathering information on cases for report 4. Editing disability chapter 5. Liaison with CGE, including receipt of chapter abstract on gender 6. Information gathering, analysis, and chapter drafting (racism) 7. Ongoing support for the Disability chapter writing; chapter drafting 8.

Maintaining contact with CGE for the gender equality chapter Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Continued refinement of Equality Report 2012/13 proposal 2. Preparation of contribution letter for CGE (for Gender Equality chapter) 3. Guidelines meeting with author for Disability Chapter 4. Request for Equality Court cases information for Report sent to provinces; information received from select provinces 5. Han- over of the Equality Report 2012 to Deputy Minister of Women, Children and People with Disabilities 6. Draft outline for 2012/13 Equality drafted and submitted to Commissioner for review Quarter 2:July/Aug/Sept 1.

Equality Report content discussed at Commissioners’ meeting – and some feedback received 2. Background reading work ongoing 3. Proposal to be completed by the end of the second quarter. Focus: Racism and the social media networks; Disability and access to education and employment; Gender equality, women and professional sports 4. Ongoing work on proposal. Modelled after the 2011/12 report, with focus on racism & social networks, responses (lack of responses) to requests of the disability sector, women & sports, as additional dimensions to the generally expected areas of reporting on equality.

5. 2011/12 Equality Report - technically approved Quarter 1 - April/May/June 1. Final decision on 2010/11 report awaited so as to plan for the next report. The 2010/11 report was the first SAHRC equality report, & direction by Commissioners is crucial for planning the next report.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 38 Strategic Objective 5: Advance the right to equality & access to information (continued) Prog Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 PS/ PAIA Annual Target: PAIA - 12 compliance audits conducted 3 audits 2 audits 4 audits 3 & audit report Actual: Annual Target met 0 6 4 2 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. The Audit Report has been finalised 2. Two audits completed in the period under review Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. The unit conducted 4 audits in the period under review Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1.

The unit conducted 6 audits for national departments. 2. The unit has finalised its audit methodology & will commence audits in August using the new methodology. 3. The unit has identified 4 national government departments Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. The unit has finalised its audit methodology & will commence audits in July using the new methodology PS/PAI A Annual Target: PAIA - Conduct 19 interventions (9 workshops, 10 training sessions - 1 per prov. & 1 H/O) 4 5 5 5 Actual: Annual Target exceeded 8 5 5 2 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4:Jan/Feb/March 1. Conducted training for Wits Law clinic attorneysc 2.

onducted a PAIA feedback training session that focused on appeal mechanisms for PAIA for the Chiawelo Community in Soweto Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 2. A training session was held for the Department of Tourism and SACSSP. 3. Two (2)community workshops were held in the Chiawelo community in Soweto 4. PAIA workshop was provided to Department of Energy officials 5. Hosted a second private sector training Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. National Information Officers Forum was held and this has been reported on under once-off deliverables. 2. 2 training sessions were carried out. A presentation on PAIA at the Kwa – Zulu Natal records managers and deputy information officers was delivered and a workshop conducted at Transnet Pipelines in Durban.

3. 3 training sessions (Price Waterhouse Coopers, Department of Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs, & Environmental Affairs in Cape Town) Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. 8workshops & training sessions conducted in the first quarter

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 39 Strategic Objective 5: Advance the right to equality & access to information (continued) Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Annual Target:1 Provincial Officers Forum by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Annual target achieved N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1.

Annual target achieved by deadline Annual Target:1 PAIA Audit report before 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Annual target achieved N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. PAIA Audit Report finalised by deadline Annual Target:1 Recommendation to DOJCD by 31 March N/A N/A N/A 1 Actual: Annual target achieved N/A N/A N/A 1 Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Recommendations Report submitted to DOJCD by deadline

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 40 Strategic Objective 5: Advance the right to equality & access to information (continued) Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Annual Target: PAIA related policy, reforms & developments - within Parliament’s deadlines OR within 90 days of receipt where relevant. Respond by deadline Respond by deadline Respond by deadline Respond by deadline Actual: Annual target 2 1 N/A N/A Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. No parliamentary submission requirement on PAIA related policy, reforms and developments Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1.

No parliamentary submission requirement on PAIA related policy, reforms and developments Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. September: PAIA Annual Report submitted to Parliament by deadline and reported on under once-off deliverables. 2. Monitoring legislative development POSIB & POPIB Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. Submissions made to Parliament on the POPI Bill & POI Bill. 2. Discussion on developing a litigation strategy for PAIA matters i.e. enforcement of section 90 of PAIA 3. Preparing for a Roundtable Discussion on PAIA & impending legislation (POPI & POIB) 4. Legislative Developments: continuous monitoring of legislative developments.

5. Annual Report: report in progress, first draft to be finalised by end June 2012 6. Unit is monitoring developments on access to information. Strategic Objective 6: Improve the effectiveness & efficiency of the commission Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 All Progr amm es/ Units Annual Target: PMER policy & strategy fully implemented in all programmes Quarter 1 PMER tasks delivered Quarter 2 PMER tasks delivered Quarter 3 PMER tasks delivered Quarter 4 PMER tasks delivered Actual: On target for quarter 3 delivery Q1 tasks delivered Q2 tasks delivered Q3 tasks delivered March tasks delivered Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1.

Monthly planning and reporting tasks delivered 2. Coordination of operational planning tasks at national and provincial levels, respectively 3. Strategic Plan 2013-2016 submitted to National Treasury and Parliament Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Monthly planning and reporting tasks delivered in quarter 3 2. Facilitated the strategic review session in drafting of the Annual Performance Plan 2013/1 Quarter 2 : July/Aug/Sept 1. Monthly planning and reporting tasks delivered 2. Strategic support & assistance provided to programmes as requested Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. Monthly planning & reporting tasks delivered.

SS&G assisted all programmes & units with refining & finalising the draft 2012/13 operational plans developed in March incorporating the back-to-basics & service delivery deliverables.

2. 2012/13 performance contracts were drafted for all positions & distributed to all managers for finalising

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 41 Strategic Objective 6: Improve the effectiveness & efficiency of the commission Prog . Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Annual Target:100% of programme objectives achieved by 31 March2 Reporting requirements met Reporting requiremen ts met Reporting requirements met Reporting requireme nts met Actual: Annual target not met Programmer equirements met Programm e requiremen ts met 83% achievement of targets 84% achievem ent of targets Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan to March March: 1.

84% achievement of targets February 1. 65% achievemet of targets towards meeting objectives. 31% targets are work in progress January 1. 59% achievement of targets towards meeting objectives Quarter 3: 1. 83% achievement of targets realised by the end of quarter 3 Annual Target: Back-to-basics best practice & service delivery project plan implemented in all programmes by 31 March.

Q1 project tasks delivered Q2 project tasks delivered Q3 project tasks delivered Q4 project tasks delivered Actual:Annual target not met Q1 project tasks delivered Q2 project tasks delivered Q3 project tasks delivered Q4 tasks not all delivered Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/Marc 1. Commissioner’s Programme has not fully delivered on the back to basics project 2. Strategic Plan 2013-2016 and Annual Performance Plan approved by Executive Authority and submitted to National Treasury Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Adjusted 2012/13 Annual Performance Plan submitted to National Treasury 2. Drafted 2013/14 APP 3.

Training of Legal Services staff on complaints handling and upgraded flowcentric 4. Continued implementation of FlowCentric Project Plan 5. On-going induction for all new staff Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept: Ongoing delivery 1. Back to basics project delivered. Quarter 1 - April/May/June:Ongoing delivery 1. Adopted Guidelines for Commissioners Participation at National, Regional & International Activities, 26 April. 2. Back-to-basics best practice & service delivery project plans developed for all programmes. 3. 2012/13 operational plans developed incorporating the back-to-basics & service delivery deliverables All Prog ram mes/ Units Annual Target: Annual risk register approved & reviewed quarterly Quarterly review of risk register Quarterly review of risk register Quarterly review of risk register Quarterly review of risk register Actual:February tasks delivered Risk register reviewed Risk register reviewed Risk register reviewed Risk register reviewed Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: 1.

Risk Register revied in the last quarter of financial year 2013/14 Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Risk register reviewed 2. Identified risks under consideration 2 Programme performance reports reviewed monthly, Quarterly performance reports reviewed & approved. Annual report – internal reporting guidelines reviewed & report submitted within National Treasury d/lines.Mid-year review completed, Annual Strategic plan process complete & plan submitted to the Executive by end-February, 100% of programme objectives achieved by 31 March. Operational plans for all programmes & units, performance reporting templates used monthly in all programmes, 100% of operational plan targets met by 31 March.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 42 Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. Risk register reviewed 2. Identified risks under consideration Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. 2012/13 risk register was approved &assessment is ongoing Annual Target: Organisational restructure implemented by 31 March Q1 implementatio n tasks delivered Q2 implementatio n tasks delivered Q3 implementation tasks delivered Q4 implementatio n tasks delivered Actual: Annual target not met 43% (All Q1 tasks delivered) 65% (All Q2 tasks delivered) 79% (All Q3 tasks delivered) 83% (Q4 tasks delivered) Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1.

March: A total of 147 out of 178 employees have been placed into the new structure 2. February: A total of 145 out of 178 employees have been placed into the new structure 3. January: A total of 142 out of 178 employees have been placed into the new structure Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Recruitment processes into new structure continues 2. A total of 140(79%) employees have been placed into the new structure Quarter 2 : July/Aug/Sept: 1. Recruitment into the new structure continued. 2. A total of 116(65%) employees have been placed in the new structure. Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. A total of 77 (43%) employees were placed/recruited into the new structure

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 43 Strategic Objective 6: Improve the effectiveness & efficiency of the commission Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Annual Target: Capacity development plan implemented by 31 March Q1 plan tasks delivered3 Q2 plan tasks delivered4 Q3 plan tasks delivered5 Q4 plan tasks delivered6 Actual: Annual Target not met Q1 tasks delivered (20%) Q2 tasks delivered (20%) Q3 tasks delivered (20%) Q4 tasks not all delivered Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. Commissioner’s Programme n has not fully implemented the Commissioner’s Capacity Development 2.

Training on Upgraded Flowcentric System Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Institution-wide Training Plan being finalised using the PDPs 2. Project Plans for the implementation of the Capacity Development Plan in place 2. Training of all Legal Services staff on the revised Complaints Handling Procedures and Complaints Handling Manual 3. Training on the Upgraded Flowcentric System to take place in January 2013 Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept: Ongoing 1. Ongoing Induction &orientation for all directly placed staff & new employees 2. A comprehensiveTraining Plan being developed using the PDPs 3. Training of staff primarily dealing with complaints on Legal Drafting, Trial Advocacy and Negotiation and Mediation Quarter 1 - April/May/June: Ongoing 1.

The first of three orientation & induction programmes was launched in April, the second was held in May. 2. Personal Development Plans will be used to compile the Training Plan for 2012/13 3. PAIA training provided to Education & Research Officers on 29 June 4. ISLP Trial advocacy training (1st group) 3Q1 Capacity Development Plan deliverables = All staff to attend the general orientation, programme orientation & begin own induction programme 4Q2 Capacity Development Plan deliverables = All staff on individual induction programmes to the end of the probationary period 5Q3 Cap. Dev. Plan deliverables = All staff either completing the induction tasks included in the 6 months probationary period, completing tasks to address areas of weakness indentified during an extended probationary period, or have completed probation & have PDPs linked to performance contracts for the remainder of the 2012/13 cycle 6 Q4 Capacity Development Plan deliverables = as in Q3

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 44 Strategic Objective 6: Improve the effectiveness & efficiency of the commission Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 CS Annual Target: All Corporate Services policies reviewed & approved HR policies Finance policies ASCM policies IT policies Actual: Annual target met HR Policies reviewed Awaiting approval in January AC meeting Awaiting approval in January AC meeting Q4 targets met (all policies reviewed) Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1. All policies reviewed in by deadline and tabled at Commissioner’s March meeting.

Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Awaiting approval of Finance and ASCM Policies by Executive Authority 2. Review of policies in progress and all policies will be finalized in Quarter 4 Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept: Ongoing 1. The review of the finance policies. Quarter 1 - April/May/June: Ongoing 1. Q 1 target achieved. The Employee Handbook containing all HR policies was compiled & approved. IA Annual Target:Full implementation of the 12/13 Internal Audit Plan by 31 March (12 projects – 3 per quarter) 3 projects 3 projects 3 projects 3 projects Actual:Annual target achieved 1 1 4 6 Comment/ Notes Quarter 4: 1.

Supply Chain Management Audit – Completed 2. Risk Management and Fraud Prevention Audit – Completed 3. Governance review - Completed 4. Asset Management - Completed 5. Cash Management – Completed 6. Human Resources - Completed 7. 3rd Quarter Performance – Complaints Handling & HURA - Completed Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. Complaints handling audit completed 2. HURAP audit completed 3. IT Governance audit completed 4. HR Payroll and Leave audit completed 5. Supply Chain Management Audit – In Progress 6. Risk Management and Fraud Prevention Audit – In Progress 7. Monitoring and Evaluation Audit – In Progress.

8. Governance review in progress Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept 1. IT Governance audit in progress – reporting stage 2. Payroll and Leave audit in progress – reporting stage 3. Governance review in progress 4. Complaints handling audit in progress 5. HURAP audit in progress 6. Identified risks for Pastel Evolution: isn’t this counted as a project- maybe specify the 3 projects for clarity 7. Identified risks for Legal Services which could have an impact on data integrity for complaints handling: isn’t this counted as a project 8. Payroll and Leave audit in progress 9. Governance review in progress 10.

Follow up of Internal/External audit findings 11. Verified the performance appraisal scores and ratings for a further 9 employees. Awaiting further evidence from one employee. 12. IA unit attended the IIA Conference from 13-15 August 2012.

13. Verified the performance appraisal scores & ratings of 83 staff members. 14. Completed the dashboard report for 1st quarter. 15. Conducted follow ups of previous years internal/external audit findings 16. Governance review in progress. 17. Audit committee meeting - 25 July.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 45 Quarter 1 - April/May/June: 1. The Performance Information audit was completed in May - the overall performance of the Commission was 89% 2. Governance review began in June 3. Handover of Dashboard Reporting from Auditor General to Internal Audit 4.

Facilitated the updating of risk registers for different units & provinces. 5. Audit Committee meeting -22 May. 6. Assisted with the Audit Committee Report for the Annual Report& provided input for the Cellular Phone policy. 7. The Audit Committee Chairperson signed off the strategic internal audit plan & annual audit plan on 25 April. Strategic Objective 6: Improve the effectiveness & efficiency of the commission (continued) Prog. Performance against target for the period under review Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 CS Annual Target:Implement records management strategy & system for all programmes by 31 March N/A Q2 project tasks delivered Q3 project tasks delivered Q4 project tasks delivered Actual: Annual target achieved N/A Q2 tasks achieved Quarter 3 tasks achieved Quarter 4 tasks achieved Comment/ Notes: Quarter 4: Jan/Feb/March 1.

Implementation and rollout of file plan to identified business units Quarter 3: Oct/Nov/Dec 1. File plan has been implemented in the Commissioners , CEO ‘s office 2. Development of Records Control Schedule 3. Records Management policy has been reviewed and submitted for inputs Quarter 2: July/Aug/Sept: 1. Implementation & roll out of the file plan.

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 46 C. CUMULATIVE REPORT- COMPLAINTS TOTAL BY STATUS AND PROVINCE FOR THE PERIOD 1ST APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 Total complaints finalised and enquiries finalised between 1st April and 28th March 2013 = 3061+3972=7033/4952+3972=8924 79% Total active complaints nationally =1891 Total enquiries: EC 5%, FS 4%,GP18%,KZN21%,LP3%,MP3%,NC16%,NW5%,WC25% Total complaints % breakdown = EC 9%, FS 9%,GP30%,KZN8%,LP5%,MP7%,NC5%,NW9%,WC18% STATUS as @ MONTH END Registration Assessment Unclear - Steering Committee consideration Allocate Investigate Litigation - Equality Litigation - other Negotiation/Conciliation/Mediation Hearing Report Monitoring report recommendations Monitoring direct referral (report/ info.

Required) Final sign off Rejected Indirect Referral Direct referral (finalised) Resolved Closed Transfer Total complaints from the 1st April 2012 Enquiries Finalised Proc. Appeal - Registration Proc. Appeal - Consideration Proc. Appeal - Finalisation Subs. Appeal - Registration Subs. Appeal - Consideration Subs. Appeal - Finalisation TOTAL WORKLOAD EC 0 17 0 7 79 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 40 217 13 19 52 4 452 197 0 0 29 0 0 0 678 FS 0 20 0 0 78 1 0 2 0 10 5 12 0 61 165 43 45 9 18 469 185 0 2 20 0 0 0 676 GP 0 201 0 0 159 5 0 0 0 5 0 36 1 192 399 92 33 317 103 1543 713 0 6 62 0 2 1 2327 KZN 0 113 0 0 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 95 61 0 48 51 4 411 826 0 0 7 0 0 2 1246 LP 7 1 0 0 171 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 46 1 15 9 256 113 0 0 4 0 0 0 373 MP 0 90 1 0 92 6 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 26 114 0 7 29 1 373 105 0 0 0 0 0 0 478 NC 0 4 0 0 72 0 0 3 1 1 0 1 4 26 10 19 22 68 2 233 642 0 0 2 0 0 0 877 NW 0 71 0 0 160 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 9 102 52 0 21 0 1 425 189 0 0 5 0 0 0 619 WC 0 56 0 0 385 0 1 0 0 0 5 8 2 130 156 0 55 125 25 948 1002 0 1 12 0 0 4 1967 TOTALS 7 573 1 7 1232 23 1 8 1 20 10 63 18 675 1220 168 265 660 158 5110 3972 0 9 141 0 2 7 9241

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 47 CUMULATIVE REPORT- COMPLAINTS TOTAL BY STATUS AND BY RIGHTS VIOLATED: 1 APRIL 2012- 31 MARCH 2013 WORK IN PROGRESS: ACTIVE COMPLAINT FILES BY PROVINCE AGAINST TARGET CASELOAD EC FS GP KZN LP MP NC NW WC Ave Monthly Intake 26 28 66 25 17 14 13 23 43 Target - Active Files (< 12 weeks) 78 84 198 75 51 42 39 69 129 Active - N0VEMBER 122 136 499 160 136 140 84 259 366 Active - DECEMBER 114 118 450 153 144 135 90 259 317 Active - JAN 136 138 484 151 153 148 81 276 400 Active - FEB 122 114 444 151 175 207 82 264 430 Active end - MARCH 105 111 371 149 182 195 85 249 444 Caseload by Province - 2012/13 Ave.

monthly intake = 255 Target active files (12 weeks) = 765 Actual active files @ end- March = 1891

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 48 Freedom and Security of the person 2% Environment 2% Property 3% Children 5% Health Care, Food, Water and Social Security 5% Education 6% Access to information 5% Housing 6% Human Dignity 8% Labour Relations 13% Equality 13% Arrested, Detained and Accused persons 12% Just administrative action 14% Nature of Complaints

SAHRC CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE REPORT: 1 APRIL 2012 – 31 MARCH 2013 49 D. HUMAN RESOURCES CAPACITY, EMPLOYMENT EQUITY & VACANCY REPORT: Status as at 31 March 2013 POPULATION GROUP Total Targ ets Total Act ual 81% GENDER DISABILITY African/Bla ck Coloured Indian/Asia n White Un specif ied Female Male Targe t Actu al Targe t Actu al Targe t Actu al Targe t Actu al Target Actu al Target Actu al Target Actual 76 % 74% 8% 13% 3% 7% 10 % 4% 1 % 49% 64 % 50% 35 % 2% 1% Snr Managem ent (L13 - 16) 20 9 2 5 2 5 2 3 0 26 22 13 11 13 11 1 1 M- Managem ent (L11 - 12) 23 12 3 4 1 4 4 0 0 31 20 16 11 15 9 1 1 Highly Skilled, Production, Skilled, Semi- Skilled (L10 & below) 93 88 11 10 3 2 12 5 2 121 105 59 74 62 31 2 0 TOTALS 136 109 16 19 6 11 18 8 2 178 147 88 96 90 51 4 2 For noting:  Of the 178 posts reflected in the report above, 13 have been frozen due to budgetary constraints.

 The list of frozen posts is as follows: Post Level Office Security Manager 9 Head Office HR Deputy Manager 11 Head Office Advocacy & Research Officer 10 KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Office LSP Senior Legal Officer 12 Limpopo Provincial Office LSP Investigator 10 Mpumalanga Provincial Office Administration Assistant 6 North West Provincial Office LSP Investigator 10 North West Provincial Office Advocacy & Research Officer 10 North West Provincial Office Advocacy & Research Officer 10 Northern Cape Provincial Office Admin Assistant (PAIA) 6 Head Office Senior Researcher (CPR) 12 Head Office Research (CPR) 9 Head Office Researcher (PAIA) 9 Head office The difference (variance) between the Totals (Totals Target vs.

Totals Actual) = the vacancy level