SENTECH SOC LIMITED BROADBAND SCHOOLS CONNECTIVITY PRESENTATION TO

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SENTECH SOC LIMITED BROADBAND SCHOOLS CONNECTIVITY PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND

SENTECH SOC LIMITED BROADBAND SCHOOLS CONNECTIVITY PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND POSTAL SERVICES: 12 October 2014 1

COMPANY PURPOSE: Vision, Mission And Values Statements VALUES • VISION To be a world-class

COMPANY PURPOSE: Vision, Mission And Values Statements VALUES • VISION To be a world-class provider of sustainable Integrity: We act with honesty, fairness and openness; • Quality Customer Service: We are committed to proactively ensuring high values of customer communications platform services in South Africa satisfaction and building a relationship based on and the rest of the African Continent. trust; MISSION To provide open access and interoperable • creativity and responsible risk-taking; • communications platform services that enable affordable universal access to digital content services, in the context of South Africa’s sociopolitical imperatives as a developmental state. Innovation: We endeavour to develop and support Accountability: We deliver on our promises and take responsibility for our actions; and • Social Responsibility: We endeavour to fulfill our mandate in a manner that benefits our employees, customers, suppliers, communities and the environment in all the areas that the Company operates in. SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 2

COMPANY PURPOSE: Shareholder Priorities • In preparing this Corporate Plan, SENTECH is further guided

COMPANY PURPOSE: Shareholder Priorities • In preparing this Corporate Plan, SENTECH is further guided by the Shareholder’s MTSF Strategic Goals for this planning period, which are: o Strategic Goal 1: Enable the maximisation of investment in the ICT sector and create new competitive business opportunities for the growth of the ICT industry for socio-economic development; o Strategic Goal 2: Ensure that ICT infrastructure is accessible, robust, reliable, affordable and secure to meet the needs of the country and its people; o Strategic Goal 3: Accelerate the socio-economic development of South Africans and facilitate the building of an inclusive information Society through partnerships with business and civil society and three-spheres of Government; o Strategic Goal 4: Improve Departmental performance and enhance the role of ICT SOEs as the delivery arms of Government; and o Strategic Goal 5: Contribute to the global ICT Agenda prioritising Africa’s development. SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 3

2014 -2015 BUSINESS STRATEGY: Very Small Aperture Terminal Wireless Service (VSAT) • Despite making

2014 -2015 BUSINESS STRATEGY: Very Small Aperture Terminal Wireless Service (VSAT) • Despite making significant inroads in enabling broadband connectivity to the key Government and Public Entities such as the Department of Education (Kwa. Zulu-Natal and Free State), Centlec, Ethniks and the Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa (“USAASA”) for the ICT Hubs; sustainability of the VSAT service remains precarious. • Going into the 2014 – 2017 MTEF period, SENTECH will focus the VSAT service on supporting Government-led ICT initiatives, in particular the rollout of end-to-end communications network services to rural schools and Community Telecentres in partnership with USAASA. SENTECH will also look at alternative and more affordable satellite providers for this product to ensure that VSAT is affordable to customers and can compete in the tough market place. SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 4

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: MTEF 2014 - 2017 STRATEGIC GOAL (What We Want To Achieve)

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: MTEF 2014 - 2017 STRATEGIC GOAL (What We Want To Achieve) KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATOR (How We Will Measure Performance STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES (How We Will Achieve It) SG 1: Ensure that ICT infrastructure is accessible, robust, reliable, affordable and secure to meet the needs of the country and its people. Number of VSAT Terminals Installed PERFORMANCE TARGETS FY 14/15 FY 15/16 FY 16/17 135 225 270 14 14 14 Ensure universal access connectivity to public institutions Number of Public Sector ICT Infrastructure Services Installed/Enabled Through CSI Programme SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 5

USAASA The number of USAASA Institutions that have been successfully rolled out per province

USAASA The number of USAASA Institutions that have been successfully rolled out per province since the inception of the project Description Number of Sites Eastern Cape 6 Mpumalanga 8 Northern Cape 3 Gauteng 10 North West 4 Western Cape 3 Free State 6 Limpopo 13 Kwa. Zulu - Natal 9 Total 62 SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 6

PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENTS OF EDUCATION The number of Do. E Schools that have been successfully

PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENTS OF EDUCATION The number of Do. E Schools that have been successfully rolled out per province since the inception of the project Description Number of Sites Free State 27 Kwa. Zulu - Natal 89 Total 116 SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 7

CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT The number of CSI Schools that have been successfully rolled out

CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT The number of CSI Schools that have been successfully rolled out per province since the inception of the project Description Eastern Cape 8 Mpumalanga 7 Northern Cape 3 Gauteng 6 North West 5 Western Cape 2 Free State 7 Limpopo 6 Kwa. Zulu - Natal 14 Total 58 SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 8

POINTS OF PRESENCE: National SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 9

POINTS OF PRESENCE: National SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 9

POINTS OF PRESENCE: SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 10

POINTS OF PRESENCE: SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 10

POINTS OF PRESENCE: SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 11

POINTS OF PRESENCE: SENTECH SOC LIMITED | 11

THANK YOU SENTECH SOC LIMITED | Corporate Plan_MTEF 2014 – 2017 12

THANK YOU SENTECH SOC LIMITED | Corporate Plan_MTEF 2014 – 2017 12