South African Civil Aviation Authority

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FOREWORD BY CHAIRPERSON FOREWORD BY DIRECTOR OF CIVIL AVIATION OFFICIAL SIGN-OFF PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW 1. Situational analysis External Factors 2. Legislative and other mandates 3. Vision 4. Mission 5. Values 6. Strategic Outcome-Oriented Goals PART B: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES 1. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES Programme One: Financial Sustainability Programme Two: Corporate Governance Programme Three: Industry Development and Transformation Programme Four: Aviation Safety and Security Programme Five: Organisational Capability, Capacity and Culture 2. RISK MANAGEMENT 3. RESOURCE CONSIDERATION PART C: LINKS TO OTHER PLANS TURNAROUND STRATEGY CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS 3 4 5 7 7 7 15 16 16 16 17 19 19 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 27 29



It is a great pleasure for me to present this Strategic Plan on behalf the South African Civil Aviation Authority. The process of crafting the strategy was inclusive and took into consideration the views and ideas of my colleagues in the Board and the entire Management team of the Authority. We sought to define a strategy for SACAA that is implementable and achievable, taking into account our current industry forces and our internal dynamics. The process yielded a new strategic focus for the organization that provides for a step change in performance. The new vision of the organization, places emphasis on being a “model” regulator, which means striving for excellence will become the “SACAA-Way”. This strategic direction is fully aligned with our legislative mandate as well as our stakeholder’s expectations. Whilst building a capable and capacitated organisation in order to deliver on the mandate is given particular attention, the needs of the industry, global advances in aviation, the role our country must play in promoting aviation safety and security within the SADC region and transformation of the local industry form the...