Day One
5 June 2017

07:00

Morning registration

07:30 

OFFICIAL OPENING: Ronald Mlalazi (FCIPS), Head: Academy, Commerce Edge

08:00

OFFICIAL MAYORAL OPENING ADDRESS

Her Worship, The Mayor, Councillor, Zandile Gumede

08:20 KEYNOTE PANEL - SUPPLY CHAIN’S COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO RADICAL ECONOMIC
TRANSFORMATION
Nompumelelo Maisela, Deputy Director: Black Industrialist, Department of Trade and Industry
Yuneal Padayachy, Deputy Director: B-BBEE Procurement Transformation & Verification Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment, Special Economic Zones & Economic Transformation, Department of Trade and Industry
Ts'episo Makgothi, Chief Director - Strategic Partnerships and Customer Care Incentives Development and Administration Division, Department of Trade and Industry

 

09:00 Learning Lab Streams (delegates break into their various technical streams)
LAB 1:

Enhanced Procurement and Contracting Methodologies
Minimising undesirable outcomes, and building robust contingency plans in contract management and governance. Receive tools and examples

 

FACILITATOR: Jan van Rensburg, Director: Acquisition and Contract Management, Supply Chain Management, Department of Transport and Public Works, Western Cape Provincial Government

LAB 2:

End-to-end procurement transformation
How can you successfully move from a traditional, operational unit to one that generates high value?

 

FACILITATOR: Lebogang Letsoalo, Director, Syncpoint

LAB 3:

New PPPFA Regulations 2017
Implications of the new regulations and a step-by-step guideline to their implementation

 

FACILITATOR: Shaun Scott, Public Sector Specialist, Worldwide Integrated Logistics

LAB 4:

S.T.E.A.M.
Systems Thinking, Engineering, Approaches and Methodologies: procurement implementation

 

FACILITATOR: Prof Ad Sparrius, System Engineering & Management (Pty) Ltd

12:00 - 14:00 AWISCA Luncheon
16:00 - 19:00 ESD Expo Opening & Cocktail

 

Day Two

6 June 2017

PROUDLY SA OPENING BREAKFAST & CONFERENCE PLENARY
07:15 Proudly SA Buy Local Opening Breakfast
08:30 OPENING REMARKS FROM MC: Ronald Mlalazi (FCIPS), Head: Academy, Commerce Edge
UTILISING PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN LEVERS TO DRIVE RADICAL ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION

08:40 PROVINCIAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENDA: What does radical transformation mean for KwaZulu Natal?

  • How are the public and private sectors affected?

Provincial Economic Development Representative

09:00 PROVINCIAL TREASURY KEYNOTE ADDRESS: How should the public and private sectors interpret policy and translate it it into meaningful economic development?
  • Working together to achieve KwaZulu-Natal Indaba resolutions

ADV Siza Mthethwa, General Manager: KZN Supply Chain Management, Kwazulu Natal Provincial Treasury

09:20 PANEL DISCUSSION - A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH: Working together to achieve real economic transformation
  • Private and public sectors coming together as one - what can we learn from each other?

Moderator: Fani-Isaac Molefe, Advisor - Office of HOD, Gauteng Treasury

 

Panelists

  • Sandile Ngcobo, Deputy Head: Supply Chain Operations, eThekwini Municipality
  • Kamogelo Mampane, Board Advisor and Chief Executive Officer, State Owned Enterprises Procurement Forum, TK Global Experts
  • Evy Maimela, Regional Procurement Manager – Rio Tinto Africa
  • Sibusiso Mkhize, Senior Manager: Supply Chain Management, Dube TradePort Corporation
GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES, LOCAL VALUE
10:00 INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE ADDRESS: International best practice used to measure, analyse and manage supplier performance
  • Benchmarking the best approach to cutting costs, alleviating risks and driving continuous improvement

Ian George, International Procurement Transformation Lead, United Kingdom

10:30 CASE STUDY - LOCAL SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT: Analysing the performance of supplier development
  • What to do if your supplier is struggling: practical mechanisms
  • Managing supplier phobia (potential suppliers who fear that they are too small to finish a contract)

Moderator: Pretty Ntombela, Chief Procurement Officer, Conlog

 

Panelists

  • Khanya Okumu CA(SA), Enterprise and Supplier Development Specialist, Old Mutual
  • Cynthia Funde, Responsible sourcing Manager- ABInBev Africa
  • Nombuso Msomi, Procurement Manager, Airports Companies South Africa
  • Chester Zwane, Procurement Vendor Dev Specialist, Procurement Department, South Africa
11:00 Mid-morning Refreshments and Networking
THE PROFESSIONAL

11:30 CIPS SPECIAL INSIGHT: How to develop a high-performance SCM team, the future of the profession


Andre Coetzee, Managing Director, CIPS Africa

CPO INSIGHTS

11:45 SPECIAL SRM INSERT: Who moved my cheese? The value of SRM

Kamogelo Mampane (FCIPS), Advisory Board Chairman, State Owned Enterprises Procurement Forum, CEO, TK Global Experts

 

12:05 PANEL DISCUSSION - PROCUREMENT CAPACITY STRATEGY ROADMAP: A recent CPO study indicated that 62% of CPOs believe their teams don’t have the skills to deliver the function’s strategy

  • How can CPOs develop an outcome-focused capacity strategy roadmap for their teams?

Moderator: Vaughan Zoutendyk, National Head: Training & Education Division, Commerce Edge

 

Panelists:

  • Abdul Majid Mahomed, Head of Professional Body, CIPS South Africa
  • Wiso Mdalo, Group Procurement Manager, Coca Cola Peninsula Beverages
  • Rob Kaletsch, Procurement Specialist: Forest Operations, South Africa Division, Mondi Group

12:40 KEYNOTE PANEL: How can a CPO build a stronger relationship and greater understanding between procurement, the CEO and CFO?

 

Moderator: Ian George, International Procurement Transformation Lead, United Kingdom

 

Panelists:

  • Nawaaz Kalick, Chief Procurement Officer, Astrapak
  • Ronald Mlalazi (FCIPS), Head: Academy, Commerce Edge
  • Sese Chasakara, Chief Procurement Officer, Reserve Bank of South Africa
  • Ndabeni Bagosi, Former CPO, Head of Agility and Cost Management, TOTAL

 

13:10 National Treasury Supply Chain Management Learnership Graduation: KZN

 

Ronald Mlalazi (FCIPS), Head: Academy, Commerce Edge

 

13:20 Lunch and Networking

Public Sector Supply Chain Summit

Smart Sourcing & Supply Management Conference

Chairman Chairman
LEGISLATIVE & CONTRACT WATCH PROCUREMENT MATURITY

14:30 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Accelarating Empowerment

  • What can we learn from each other?
  • What has worked, what didn’t work?

15:00 PANEL DISCUSSION: Public sector procurement legislation -

  • PPPFA regulations 2017 role in radical economic transformation
  • Navigating contradictory compliance
  • How do we move from compliance mode to delivery mode?

Moderator: Rodney Moolman, Director: SCM Education Training and Development, Western Cape Provincial Government


Panelists:

  • Eustace Mashimbye, Chief Executive Officer, Proudly SA
  • Themba Shezi (CIA,CCSA, CSCP), Head: Integrated Programme Management, eThekwini Municipality
  • Fikile Khumalo, Director Material Governance, Risk and Compliance, Ministry of Defence
  • Liso Steto, Chief Director: B-BBEE Procurement Transformation & Verification, Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment, Special Economic Zones & Economic Transformation, Department of Trade and Industry

FEEDBACK:
Panel Feedback and answers to queries received from audience around managing contradictory compliance

 

14:30 PRESENTATION: 5 Signs of a great procurement department

 

Ndabeni Bagosi, Former CPO, Head of Agility and Cost Management, TOTAL

SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT THE UPSIDE OF RISK

 

15:45 PROVINCIAL TREASURY KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Creating a centralised approach to manage suppliers
  • How to optimise available databases to improve efficiency

Mandla Nkonyeni, Information Management Database, KwaZulu Natal Provincial Treasury

 

15:15 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Rising to the challenge and driving procurement success by leveraging the economic downturn


NICO SNYMAN, SA’s RISK GURU and Chief Executive Officer, Crest Advisory

16:30 Sessions End

 

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