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About this report
"Once again, the MICT SETA received an unqualified audit report with no material findings. This demonstrates that the governance structures, management and staff continue to ensure that the organisation complies with applicable legislation and delivers on its mandate. A clean PFMA Audit Report once again confirms the MICT SETA’s commitment to its values of professionalism, ethics and accountability, with its focus on achieving the NSDS III objectives by way of the imperatives of good governance.
The MICT SETA has in the year under review managed to achieve its strategic goals as articulated in the MICT SETA Strategic Plan Document 2014-2019 and the Annual Performance Plan 2014-2017. The MICT SETA continues to expand its footprint around the country, thereby creating learning opportunities for learners even in far flung and rural areas.
The MICT SETA has built strategic relationships with the employer and labour organisations, universities, TVET Colleges, research institutions and rural communities to advance the objectives of post-school education and training. With fully constituted Board and Sub-committees MICT SETA is now able to affect proper decision making and governance within the organisation. The biggest challenge facing the Board and the ICT sector (ICTs) is determining how to respond to the changing national and global developments that are fuelled by the adoption and use of the ICTs, impacting on how countries compete, how we as citizens participate in socio economic activities and how services are delivered by the public, private and community sectors.
The ICTs has emerged as the biggest differentiator impacting on all social and economic aspects. Government has responded to this changing reality by publishing a series of policies that now must be translated into concrete programmes so that South Africa may experience the growth targets that have been set. The MICT SETA is pivotal in creating the necessary human infrastructure to make this possible. The question to be answered is whether the programmes of the MICT SETA measure up to this challenge? In the coming reporting period we would like to have views of all stakeholders and interested parties on this critical challenge."
The Honourable Minister, Dr. Bonginkosi Nzimande
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Source : MICT SETA