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DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR

PURPOSE OF THIS FORM TEMPLATE FOR EMPLOYMENT EQUITY PLAN


Section 20 requires designated (Section 20)
employers to prepare and implement an
Employment Equity Plan which will
achieve reasonable progress towards
employment equity in the employers
Employer Details
workforce. An Employment Equity Plan
must state-
Trade name..
(a) The objectives to be achieved for
each year of the plan DTI Registration name-.
(b) The affirmative action measures
to be implemented as required PAYE/SARS No..
by section 15(2);
EE Ref No
(c ) Where under representation of
people form designated groups
has been identified by the Industry/Sector : Water Sector
analysis, the numerical goals to
achieve the equitable Province : North West Province
representation of suitably
qualified people from designated Tel No : (018) 392 22047/50
groups within each occupational
level in the workforce, the Fax No : (018) 392 2827
timetable within which this is to
be achieved, and the strategies
intended to achieve those goals; Postal address : P. O. BOX 4500
Mmabatho
(d) The timetable for each year of 2735
the plan for the achievement of
goals and objectives other than
Physical address : 132 University Drive
numerical goals;
Mmabatho
(e) The duration of the plan, this 2735
may not be shorter than one
year or longer than five years; Province : North West Province
(f) The procedures that will be used
to monitor and evaluate the Name & Surname of the CEO/Accounting Officer
implementation of the plan and
whether reasonable progress is ................................................
being made towards
implementing employment Email address..
equity;
(g) The internal procedures to
resolve any dispute about the
interpretation or implementation
of the plan;
(h) The persons in the workforce,
including senior managers,
responsible for monitoring and
implementing the plan; and
(i) Any other prescribed matter.
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1. INTRODUCTION

Section 20 requires that a designated employer prepares and implements an Employment Equity Plan
which will achieve reasonable progress towards employment equity. An Employment Equity Plan must
state the following:

a. The objectives to be achieved for each year of the plan should meet the SMART principle as
follows:-
Specific
Measurable
Attainable
Relevant; and
Time bound

b. Barriers and Affirmative Action Measures must be aligned with those indicated in the audit
analysis (section 19(1)) and meet the following requirements:
Include time-frames in order to track progress in the implementation of these AA Measures;
These time-frames should be within the duration of the EE Plan (no on-going permitted) and
Include responsible persons to monitor the implementation of these AA Measures (not names
of people but designations).

c. The workforce profile, numerical goals and targets with exact time-frames according to the
duration of the plan which must be accompanied by strategies to achieve them as informed by the
findings in the audit analysis (as per section 19(2)).

d. Non-numerical goals according to paragraph b above (no need to repeat the table)

e. The duration of the plan which may not be shorter than 1 year or longer than 5 years (it must
have a start and end date in terms of day, month and year).

f. Procedures to monitor and evaluate the implementation of the plan ( which must state clear roles
of stakeholders involved in the monitoring of the plan including time-frames when the monitoring
takes place).

g. Internal procedures to resolve any dispute about the interpretation or implementation of the plan
(include the stakeholders involved in resolving the dispute and time-frames allocated for each
step of the process)

h. The persons in the workforce, including senior managers, responsible for monitoring and
implementing the plan.

i. Any other prescribed matter.

NB: It is advisable that at least 6 months before the expiry of the EE Plan a designated
employer should prepare a subsequent EE Plan (Successive EE Plan as required by
Section 23)
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DURATION OF THE PLAN

Section 20 indicates that the duration of the Employment Equity Plan may not be shorter than one
year or longer than five years. The duration of the plan must have a specific start and end date, as
reflected below: (Please note that the template shown below is based on a 5 year plan)

Start date: 01 JULY 2007 to End date: 30 JUNE 2022

2. OBJECTIVES FOR EACH YEAR OF THE PLAN

The objectives for each year of the plan, which should be specific, measurable, attainable, relevant
and time bound, are reflected in the table below:

TIMEFRAMES (e.g.) OBJECTIVES

YEAR 1 1 September 2017-31 Provision of reasonable accommodation- Ensure that


August 2018 there are sufficient parking bay, toilets and ramps for
people with mobility impairment,
Appointment of one (1) coloured and one white (1)
females (Skilled Technical )
YEAR 2 Provision of reasonable accommodation- Ensure that
1 September 2018-31 there are sufficient parking bay, toilets and ramps for
August 2019 people with mobility impairment,

Meet the 2% legislative requirement in terms of


appointment of PWDs

YEAR 3 1 September 2019-31 Provision of reasonable accommodation- Ensure that


August 2020 there are sufficient parking bay, toilets and ramps for
people with mobility imperilment,

YEAR 4 1 September 2020-31 Meet the 3% legislative requirement in terms of


August 2021 appointment of PWDs

YEAR 5 1 September 2021-31 Meet 2% of Regional workforce should be Indian &


August 2022 Coloured
Meet 35% of Regional workforce in the Semi-skilled
and discretionary decision making
Meet 30% of Regional workforce in the Unskilled and
decision making
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3. BARRIERS AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION MEASURES

The barriers and Affirmative Action Measures identified in the EE analysis conducted must be included in the EE Plan. These measures must include time-
frames to track progress in the implementation of the AA Measures. The time-frames must have specific dates and be within the duration of the EE Plan (no
ongoing permitted). The designations of responsible persons to monitor the implementation of these AA Measures should be specified.

BARRIERS AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION MEASURES

Tick () one or more cells for each BARRIERS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION


category below to indicate where MEASURES TIME-FRAMES RESPONSIBILITY
barriers exist in terms of policies, (PLEASE PROVIDE (PLEASE PROVIDE (Designation)
procedures and/or practice NARRATION) NARRATION)
CATEGORIES
START END
(briefly describe each (briefly describe the DATE DATE
of the barriers affirmative action
POLICY PROCEDURE PRACTICE identified in terms of measures to be
policies, procedures implemented in response
and/or practice for to barriers identified for
each category) each category)
Recruitment
NO BARRIER
procedures
Advertising
NO BARRIER
positions
Selection
NO BARRIER
criteria

Appointments NO BARRIER

Job
classification NO BARRIER
and grading
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BARRIERS AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION MEASURES

Tick () one or more cells for each BARRIERS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION


category below to indicate where MEASURES TIME-FRAMES RESPONSIBILITY
CATEGORIES
barriers exist in terms of policies, (PLEASE PROVIDE (PLEASE PROVIDE (Designation)
procedures and/or practice NARRATION) NARRATION)

POLICY PROCEDURE PRACTICE START END


(briefly describe each (briefly describe the DATE
DATE
of the barriers affirmative action
Remuneration
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and benefits
Terms &
conditions of NO BARRIER
employment
Work 01 July 30 June Thanyani P
Facilities are still not Identify areas that need
environment 2017 2020
accessible to PWDs attention and work on them
and facilities
Training and
NO BARRIER
development
Performance Need to consult organised 01 July Ongoing
management is labour and implement 2018
Performance
implemented at performance enhancement
and evaluation
Executive and Middle system at bargaining
management level council
Succession &
experience NO BARRIER
planning
Disciplinary
NO BARRIER
measures
Retention of
designated NO BARRIER
groups
BARRIERS AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION MEASURES

Tick () one or more cells for each BARRIERS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION


category below to indicate where MEASURES TIME-FRAMES RESPONSIBILITY
CATEGORIES
barriers exist in terms of policies, (PLEASE PROVIDE (PLEASE PROVIDE (Designation)
7 of 16 EEA13 procedures and/or practice NARRATION) NARRATION)

POLICY PROCEDURE PRACTICE START END


(briefly describe each (briefly describe the DATE
DATE
of the barriers affirmative action
Corporate
NO BARRIER
culture
Reasonable Facilities are still not Identify areas that need 01 July 30 June Thanyani P
accommodation accessible to PWDs attention and work on them 2017 2020
HIV&AIDS
prevention and
wellness NO BARRIER
programmes

Assigned
senior
manager(s) to NO BARRIER
manage EE
implementation

Budget
allocation in
support of NO BARRIER
employment
equity goals
BARRIERS AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION MEASURES

Tick () one or more cells for each BARRIERS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION


category below to indicate where MEASURES TIME-FRAMES RESPONSIBILITY
CATEGORIES
barriers exist in terms of policies, (PLEASE PROVIDE (PLEASE PROVIDE (Designation)
procedures and/or practice NARRATION) NARRATION)

POLICY PROCEDURE PRACTICE START END


(briefly describe each (briefly describe the DATE
DATE
Time off for of the barriers affirmative action
employment
equity
consultative NO BARRIER
committee to
meet
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4. WORKFORCE PROFILE, NUMERICAL GOALS AND TARGETS

Workforce profile information is a snapshot of the workforce at a particular date and time, which is
used below to conduct an analysis of the workforce and, at the same time, serve as baseline
information for the setting of numerical goals and targets.

4.1 SNAPSHOT OF THE CURRENT WORKFORCE PROFILE

The workforce profile snapshot tables used for the conducting of the analysis to inform this plan are
used below as a baseline for the setting of numerical goals and targets for each year of the plan.

Workforce profile snapshot date 30 JUNE 2017

Table 1: Snapshot of workforce profile for all employees, including people with disabilities

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management 1 1
Professionally
qualified and
experienced 1 1
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
11 4 15
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision 54 23 77
making
Unskilled and defined
56 10 66
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT 123 37 159

Temporary employees 1 1

GRAND TOTAL 124 37 161


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Table 2: Snapshot for workforce profile for people with disabilities ONLY

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

EAP (2017) 56.40 35.9 0.30 0.20 2.90


0.50% 0.10% 3.60% 100%
% 0% % % %
Top management 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

Senior management 100% 0.0% 100%


0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

Professionally
qualified and
experienced 50% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 50%
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior 73.33 26.67
0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100%
management, % %
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
70.13 29.87
discretionary decision 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100%
% %
making
84.84
Unskilled and defined 15.15
0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100%
decision making % %
76.39 23.13
TOTAL PERMANENT 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100%
% %
Temporary employees
76.39 23.13
GRAND TOTAL 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100%
% %
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4.2 NUMERICAL GOALS

Numerical goals must include the entire workforce profile, and NOT the difference that is projected to
be achieved by the end of this EE Plan. Below are two tables on numerical goals, one covering all
employees, including people with disabilities, and the other covering people with disabilities ONLY.

Start date: 01 July 2017 End date: 30 June 2022


DD / MM / YYYY DD / MM / YYYY

Numerical goals for all employees, including people with disabilities

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female
EAP (2017) 35.90
56.40% 0.50% 0.10% 3.60% 0.30% 0.20% 2.90% 100%
%
Top management

Senior management 100% 100%


Professionally
qualified and
experienced 50% 50%
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior 26.67
73.33% 100%
management, %
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
29.87
discretionary decision 70.13% 100%
%
making
Unskilled and defined 15.15
84.84% 100%
decision making %
23.13
TOTAL PERMANENT 76.39% 100%
%
Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL 76.39% 23.13% 100%


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Numerical goals for people with disabilities ONLY

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Total
Occupational Levels
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

Senior management 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

Professionally
qualified and
experienced 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
making
Unskilled and defined
0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

Temporary employees 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

GRAND TOTAL 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
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4.3 NUMERICAL TARGETS

Numerical targets must include the entire workforce profile, and NOT the difference that is projected
to be achieved by the next reporting period. Below are two tables on numerical targets, one covering
all employees, including people with disabilities, and the other only covers people with disabilities
ONLY.

Numerical targets: Year 1

Start date: 01 JULY 2017 End date: 30 JUNE 2018

Numerical targets for all employees, including people with disabilities

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced 1
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
1 1
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision
making
Unskilled and defined
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL
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Numerical targets for people with disabilities ONLY

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision 1
making
Unskilled and defined
1
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL

Numerical targets: Year 2

Start date: 01 JULY 2018 End date: 30 JUNE 2019


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Numerical targets, including people with disabilities

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision
making
Unskilled and defined
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL
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Numerical targets for people with disabilities ONLY

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision
making
Unskilled and defined
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL

Numerical targets: Year 3


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Start date: 01 JULY 2019 End date: 30 JUNE 2020

Numerical targets, including people with disabilities

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision
making
Unskilled and defined
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL
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Numerical targets for people with disabilities ONLY

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision
making
Unskilled and defined
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL

Numerical targets: Year 4


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Start date: 01 JULY 2020 End date: 30 JUNE 2021

Numerical targets, including people with disabilities

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision
making
Unskilled and defined
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL
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Numerical targets for people with disabilities ONLY

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision
making
Unskilled and defined
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL

Numerical targets: Year 5


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Start date: 01 JULY 2021 End date: 30 JUNE 2022

Numerical targets, including people with disabilities

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision
making
Unskilled and defined
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL
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Numerical targets for people with disabilities ONLY

Male Female Foreign Nationals


Occupational Levels Total
A C I W A C I W Male Female

Top management

Senior management
Professionally
qualified and
experienced
specialists and mid-
management
Skilled technical and
academically qualified
workers, junior
management,
supervisors, foremen,
and superintendents
Semi-skilled and
discretionary decision
making
Unskilled and defined
decision making
TOTAL PERMANENT

Temporary employees

GRAND TOTAL

5. PROCEDURES TO MONITOR AND EVALUATE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PLAN

All the structures for monitoring and evaluating the progress of the plan should be specified with clear
roles and responsibilities for the stakeholders involved including time frames when the monitoring
takes place.

STAKEHOLDER ROLE/RESPONSIBILITY FREQUENCY


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6. DISPUTE RESOLUTION MECHANISMS

A clear process to be followed to resolve disputes arising from the interpretation and implementation
of the EE Plan, including the responsible persons and time-frames for each step to resolve the
dispute.

7. SENIOR MANAGERS ASSIGNED TO MONITOR AND IMPLEMENT THE PLAN

8. ANY PRESCRIBED MATTER CAN BE INCLUDED.

SIGNATURE OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER/ACCOUNTING OFFICER

Chief Executive Officer/Accounting Officer

I --------------------------------------------------------------------------- (full Name) CEO/Accounting Officer of

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hereby declare that I have read, approved and authorized this EE Plan.

Signed on this -----------------day of -------------------------------------------------year----------------------------

At place:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Chief Executive Officer /Accounting Officer