Our strategy

  Programme Nlc objectives Ministerial
Ndp Nine-point plan Related risks
  Programme 1
and Finance
Enhance administration of the NLC and ensure compliance with applicable legislation and policy prescripts Fighting corruption through the promotion of sound corporate governance and ethical behaviour

Creating a culture of service delivery excellence
Reducing inequality in line with employment equity priorities
Ensure financial sustainability, control and discipline in line with applicable legislation and policy prescripts To facilitate transformation of the economy to promote industrial development, investment, competitiveness and employment creation

To facilitate broad-based economic participation through targeted interventions to achieve more inclusive growth
Jobs created and sustained by capacitating projects to remain financial sound Growth in GDP by strengthening the financial evaluation of projects with maximum economic benefits Jobs created and sustained by capacitating projects to remain financial sound
  Programme 2
Implement relevant initiatives geared towards ensuring compliance with the Lotteries Act To create a fair regulatory environment that enables investment, trade and enterprise development in an equitable and socially responsible manner Lottery operator licence agreement monitoring to ensure local procurement acts as an enabler for GDP

Growth as well as jobs created and sustained during the licence period
  Programme 3
Ensure fair and equitable
grant allocations
Creation of new Jobs by funding for impact Supporting projects that focus on capital infrastructure Funding in support of the provision of quality education Projects that create sustainable jobs Funding that focuses on agricultural growth

Support for youth and women projects Increasing Public and Private Investment by encouraging the matching principle of funding and implementation of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

The NLC has three programmes as follows:

Programme 1: Administration and Finance

Programme 2: Regulatory Compliance

Programme 3: Operations

and are located within Programme 1. relates to Programme 2 whilst is located within Programme 3 as expressed in the table above. A detailed description of each programme is included hereunder.

2.1.2 Description of programmes

Programme 1: and

  Purpose To provide leadership and support to the entire organisation particularly to the core business for effective service delivery.
1.1 Develop a knowledge hub
1.2 Eight stakeholder engagements conducted per province
1.3 Integration of E-system Integrated Enterprise Wide Architecture Platform
1.4 Organisation wide ethical behaviour interventions per quarter
2.1 At least 80% of grants be paid in line with the regulated 60-day timeframe
2.2 An annual minimum of 8% ROI on NLDTF funds
2.3 80% localisation of procurement for provincial offices
  Description Executive office

  • Corporate strategy development and implementation
  • Corporate performance monitoring and reporting
  • Governance systems development and implementation
  • Internal controls implementation and risk management
  • Sustainability strategy implementation
  • Legal services functions
  • Efficiency improvement and systems development
  • Human Resources management functions
  The office of the Executive is constituted by strategic planning and reporting; Internal Audit; Risk management; Secretariat; Legal services and Human Capital management.
  Description Finance

  • Financial planning and reporting
  • Management accounting and reporting
  • Development of financial controls and implementation thereof
  • Supply chain management
  • Development of procurement strategy and policies in line with PFMA
  • Ensure compliance with statutory requirements from a finance perspective
  • Facilities management
  The Finance division is constituted by Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Supply Chain Management and Facilities Management.
  Description Information Communication Technology
  • To provide vision and leadership for the planning, implementation and management of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) that support the National Lotteries Commission’s business
  • Direct and manage Information Communications and Technology strategic plans, develop IT policies and governance framework
  • Provide leadership and management of ICT services, network communications, transactional computing processes, information management and security
  • Developing and maintaining a responsive, reliable, and secure ICT infrastructure
  • Maximise the value of technology investments
  • Ensure IT system operation adheres to applicable approved policies and governance framework
  • Direct development and execution of an enterprise-wide disaster recovery and ICT service continuity plan
  • Knowledge Management
The Information Technology division is constituted by Application and Development; Infrastructure and Network, Analysis of Business and the Support/Solutions Delivery.

Programme 2:

  Purpose To ensure compliance and to regulate the entire lottery industry in line with the mandate
3.1 Conduct investigations into 85% of all identified and reported illegal

3.2 Conduct a feasibility study to determine the regulation of illegal lotteries

3.3 Implement and Monitor Compliance with the licence conditions

  Description Regulatory compliance

  • Ensuring that mechanisms are instituted to confirm compliance with applicable laws and regulations as they relate to the lotteries environment
  • Monitor, regulate and police society and other lotteries
  • Develop and implement enforcement strategy
  • Develop and implement compliance strategy
  • Develop, implement and monitor service standards
  • Education and awareness for voluntary compliance
  • Monitor and evaluate the implementation of funded projects
The Compliance Division is constituted by Lotteries Compliance and Compliance Enforcement.
Programme 3:

  Purpose To provide administrative support to the Distributing Agencies and to ensure that the grants are distributed according to the legislated mandate
4.1 75% of applications adjudicated within 150 days
4.2 A minimum of 5% grant funding allocated to each Province
4.3 Conduct 2 000 impact assessments
4.4 Conduct impact evaluation study in five provinces
  Description Operations

  • Develop and implement an integrated grant funding strategy
  • Develop and implement grant funding policies
  • To ensure funding is distributed efficiently and effectively to deserving causes in line with the national legislation and NLC policies
  • Provincial office support
  • Communications, marketing and stakeholder management
  • Education and awareness
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Policy and research
The Operations Division is constituted by grant funding, including the nine provincial offices and business development.




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