Adjustments Appropriation Act

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Adjustments Appropriation Act
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Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Vol. 594 Cape Town 9 December 2014 No. 38313
THE PRESIDENCY No. 1011 9 December 2014 It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
Act No. 37 of 2014: Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2014

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ACT To effect adjustments to the appropriation of money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State in respect of the 2014/15 financial year; and to provide for matters incidental thereto.
PREAMBLE
WHEREAS section 213(2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, provides that money may be withdrawn from the National Revenue Fund only in terms of an appropriation by an Act of Parliament;
WHEREAS the Appropriation Act, 2014 (Act No. 33 of 2014), provides for the appropriation of money from the National Revenue Fund to provide for the requirements of the State in respect of the 2014/15 financial year;
ANDWHEREAS section 12(1) and (2) of the Money Bills Amendment Procedure and Related Matters Act, 2009 (Act No. 9 of 2009), provides for the tabling of a national adjustments budget, as envisaged in section 30 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999), and an adjustments appropriation Bill, to make adjustments to the appropriations in an Appropriation Act,
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa,as follows:— Interpretation
1. In thisAct, unless the context indicates otherwise, any word or expression ascribed a meaning in the Appropriation Act, 2014 (Act No. 33 of 2014), or the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999), bears the meaning so ascribed.
Adjustments to appropriations of money for requirements of State
2. (1) Adjustments to appropriations by Parliament of money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State in the 2014/15 financial year to votes and the main divisions within a vote, and amendments to the purposes that are specified, are set out in Schedule 2 to this Act. (2) The spending of appropriations envisaged in subsection (1) is subject to the
provisions of thisAct, the Public Finance ManagementAct and the Division of Revenue Act, 2014 (Act No. 10 of 2014).
Amounts listed as specifically and exclusively appropriated
3. An amount within a vote or a main division within a vote that is listed as specifically and exclusively appropriated in Schedule 2 to this Act, may be utilised only
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for the purpose indicated, unless the amount or purpose for which it was allocated, is amended—
(a) by an Act of Parliament; or (b) in terms of the Division of Revenue Act, 2014 (Act No. 10 of 2014).
Conditional allocations
4. (1) The Minister may, in writing— (a) impose conditions on an allocation in an appropriation listed in Schedule 2 to
this Act, in order to promote and enforce transparency and effective management in respect of revenue, expenditure, assets and liabilities of departments, public entities and constitutional institutions as required by section 6(1)(g) of the Public Finance Management Act; and
(b) stop the use of an allocation in respect of which conditions have been imposed, until such conditions are met.
(2) The stoppage of an allocation in terms of subsection (1)(b) must be disclosed in the National Treasury’s next quarterly report to the relevant Parliamentary Committees.
Utilisation of unspent funds
5. (1) Despite section 43(4)(b) and (c) of the Public Finance Management Act, and in order to expedite service delivery, the Minister may approve the utilisation of unspent funds in an amount appropriated in Schedule 2 to this Act—
(a) for transfer to another organ of state or to an organisation or body outside of government, provided that the expenditure is to be utilised for the same purpose as that of the main division within the vote in which it was originally appropriated; or
(b) from payments for capital assets, within the same vote for other categories of expenditure, other than for the compensation of employees.
(2) The approval of the utilisation of unspent funds in terms of subsection (1) must be disclosed in the National Treasury’s next quarterly report to the relevant Parliamentary Committees.
Provision for departments whose funds are in same vote, other than provided for through transfers and subsidies
6. (1) The votes listed in column 1 of Schedule 1 to this Act contain funds for departments listed in column 2 of Schedule 1. (2) Despite any legislation to the contrary, expenditure in respect of votes listed in
column 1 of Schedule 1 does not constitute unauthorised expenditure in terms of the Public Finance Management Act by virtue only of the fact that expenditure by or for departments listed in column 2 of Schedule 1 may not be in accordance with the specified aim of the vote or the purpose of the main division of the vote. (3) Subject to the Public Finance Management Act, the accounting officers of the
departments listed in column 2 of Schedule 1 whose funds are included within the same vote listed in column 1, must conclude an agreement to determine procedures to be followed in respect of the approval of, and accountability for, expenditure of the funds for the department listed second in column 2 of Schedule 1. (4) If an agreement referred to in subsection (3) is not concluded by 15 January 2015,
the accounting officer of the department listed first in column 2 of Schedule 1 in relation to the vote listed in column 1 of Schedule 1, will be the accounting officer for all expenditure against that vote.
Delegations and authorisations
7. (1) The Minister may— (a) delegate to an employee of the National Treasury any power conferred on the
Minister in terms of this Act, except section 8; and
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(b) authorise an employee of the National Treasury to perform any duty imposed on the Minister in terms of this Act.
(2) A delegation or authorisation in terms of subsection (1)— (a) must be in writing; (b) is subject to any limitations or conditions that the Minister may impose; (c) may authorise that employee to sub-delegate, in writing, the delegated power
or authorised duty to another employee of the National Treasury; (d) does not divest the Minister of the responsibility concerning the exercise of
the delegated power or the performance of the authorised duty; and (e) may be withdrawn in writing.
(3) The Minister may vary or revoke any decision taken by an employee as a result of a delegation or authorisation in terms of subsection (1), subject to any rights that may have vested as a result of the decision.
Regulations
8. The Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, make regulations regarding any ancillary or incidental administrative or procedural matter that it is necessary to prescribe for the proper implementation or administration of this Act.
Short title
9. This Act is called the Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2014.
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SCHEDULE 1
Column 1: Vote Column 2: Department Communications Department of Communications
Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services
Government Communication and Information System
Government Communication and Information System Department of Communications
Trade and Industry Department of Trade and Industry Department of Small Business Development
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SCHEDULE 2
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
1 (525 678) (31 686) (85 688) (406 707) (1 597) Aim:
(4 049) (2 265) (4 441) 1 534 1 123 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 995
* (113 392) (29 421) (81 247) (4) (2 720)
(408 237) (408 237) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Youth Development Agency: Operations (408 237)
2 (115) (5 407) 4 914 608 Aim:
3 500 2 885 615
4 586 (3 000) 6 978 608
(3 000) (3 000)
(10 000) (10 000)
4 914 4 914 Of which Non-profit institutions – Political Party Support: Operations 6 216 – Constituency Allowance: Operations (2 220) – Party Leadership Support: Contribution to political parties for party leaders' remuneration 918
3 241 165 (10 000) 9 078 242 087 Aim:
460 (202) 662 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 662
40 1 500 (1 460)
156 951 156 951 Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – Municipal Disaster Recovery Grant 156 951
(1 500) (1 500)
81 214 (10 000) 10 740 80 474 Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – Municipal Infrastructure Grant 80 214 Foreign governments and international organisations
* – Commonwealth Local Government Forum: Membership fees 260
4 000 4 000 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Department of Traditional Affairs: Operations 4 000
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 Members' Facilities
5 Associated Services
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Improve cooperative governance across the three spheres of government in partnership with institutions of traditional leadership, thereby ensuring that provinces and municipalities carry out their service delivery and development functions effectively.
7 Traditional Affairs
4 National Disaster Management Centre
5 Provincial and Municipal Government Systems
6 Infrastructure and Economic Development
1 Administration
2 Policy, Research and Knowledge Management
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
The Presidency Facilitate a common programme towards the achievement of the electoral mandate and the enhanced integrity of the State through considered planning, coordination, oversight, mobilisation and support.
1 Administration
Vote Current Payments
1 Administration
2 Legislation and Oversight
3 Public and International Participation
3 National Youth Development Agency
Parliament Provide the support services required by Parliament to fulfil its constitutional functions, assist political parties represented in Parliament to secure administrative support and service constituents, and provide members of Parliament with the necessary facilities.
2 National Planning
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SCHEDULE 2
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
4 600 000 600 000 Aim:
141 826 141 826
458 174 458 174
5 350 000 119 964 294 046 87 990 (152 000) Aim:
23 314 8 100 156 232 3 720 (144 738)
237 291 106 284 134 191 4 078 (7 262)
18 029 5 580 12 215 234
(7 952) (8 592) 640 Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 640
79 318 79 318 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – International Organisations: Membership fees
– African Union 18 269 – India-Brazil-South Africa Trust Fund 3 673 – African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States 8 537 – Southern African Development Community 25 922 – United Nations 18 201
– International Organisations: Operations – United Nations Development Programme 4 716
6 (208 164) (131 484) (70 875) (5 805) Aim:
(63 773) (33 707) (25 446) (4 620)
(78 225) (53 862) (23 798) (565)
(66 166) (43 915) (21 631) (620)
7 7 912 57 840 552 (66 304) Aim:
15 231 13 039 (36 043) 38 235
(10 235) 94 304 (104 539)
(5 127) (5 127)
131 (421) 552 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Construction Education and Training Authority: Operations (255) Foreign governments and international organisations – Commonwealth War Graves Commission: Maintenance of soldiers' graves 807
Home Affairs Efficiently determine and safeguard the identity and status of citizens. Regulate immigration to ensure security, promote development and fulfil South Africa’s international obligations.
1 Administration
2 Citizen Affairs
International Relations and Cooperation Formulate, coordinate, implement and manage South Africa's foreign policy and international relations programmes.
1 Administration
1 Administration
2 International Relations
3 International Cooperation
4 Property and Construction Industry Policy Regulation
5 Auxiliary and Associated Services
Public Works Provide for and manage the accommodation, housing, land and infrastructure needs of national departments. Lead and direct the implementation of the national expanded public works programme. Promote growth, job creation and transformation in the construction and property industries.
1 Administration
2 Immovable Asset Management
2 Outcomes Monitoring and Evaluation
3 Institutional Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
4 Public Diplomacy and Protocol Services
5 International Transfers
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Improve government service delivery through performance monitoring and evaluation.
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SCHEDULE 2
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
8 (218 530) (84 638) (62 643) (67 241) (4 008) Aim:
(96 365) (59 492) (33 911) (6) (2 956) Of which Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities (6)
(92 250) (10 068) (14 478) (67 235) (469) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Commission for Gender Equality: Operations (67 235)
(11 550) (5 230) (6 095) (225)
(18 365) (9 848) (8 159) (358)
9 12 000 11 955 (1 321) 593 773 Aim:
12 368 11 997 (406) 544 233 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 530
(5 120) (12) (5 529) 12 409
(189) (30) (327) 37 131
4 941 4 941
10 (561 087) (75 924) 3 561 (556 099) (1 768) 69 143 Aim:
29 247 467 20 395 2 076 6 309 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Finance, Accounting, Management, Consulting and Other Financial Services Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 1 845
(4 562) (7 956) 3 240 35 119
(2 948) (8 581) 300 5 089 244 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Financial and Fiscal Commission: Operations 5 000
1 272 967 150 155
8 403 (18 724) 34 960 182 (8 015)
19 910 1 918 (50) (51 151) 50 69 143 Of which – African Development Bank and African Development Fund: Share acquisitions 64 205 – World Bank Group: Share acquisitions 4 938 Foreign governments and international organisations – International Organisations: Membership fees
– African Risk Capacity (10 000) – African Development Bank and African Development Fund (59 143)
– Common Monetary Area Compensation: Commitment in terms of common monetary agreement 17 992
Of which Households – Civil Pensions: Civil pensions and benefits
– Post-Retirement Medical Scheme (83 741) – Political Office-Bearers Pension Fund (145 955) – Special Pensions (64 000) – Other benefits for pensioners (16 000)
– Non-Statutory Forces: Dispensation for members who were integrated into the South African National Defence Force 309 696
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
7 Civil and Military Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits
1 Administration
2 Content Processing and Dissemination
3 Intergovernmental Coordination and Stakeholder Management
3 Children's Rights and Responsibilities
4 Rights of People with Disabilities
Government Communication and Information System Provide a comprehensive communication service on behalf of government to facilitate the involvement of the majority of South Africans in governance, reconstruction and development, nation building, and reconciliation.
Women, Children and People with Disabilities Drive, accelerate and oversee government’s equity, equality and empowerment agenda on women, children and people with disabilities, especially in poor and rural communities.
1 Administration
2 Women Empowerment and Gender Equality
5 Financial Accounting and Supply Chain Management Systems
6 International Financial Relations
2 Economic Policy, Tax, Financial Regulation and Research
3 Public Finance and Budget Management
4 Asset and Liability Management
4 Communication Service Agency
National Treasury Support economic growth and development, good governance, social progress and rising living standards through the accountable, economical, efficient, equitable and sustainable management of public finances, maintenance of macroeconomic and financial sector stability, and effective financial regulation of the economy.
1 Administration
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SCHEDULE 2
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
(612 409) (44 015) (55 434) (512 485) (475) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Project Development Facility Trading Account:
– Support for the development of public private partnership projects (3 180) – Facilitation of public funds for job creation initiatives (18 150)
– Technical Assistance Unit Trading Entity: – Operations (30 115) – Facilitation of public funds for job creation initiatives (10 153)
– Government Technical Advisory Centre: – Operations 164 351 – Capital infrastructure 7 083
Public corporations – Development Bank of Southern Africa: Employment creation facilitation (592 321) – Municipal Finance Improvement Programme: Operations (30 000)
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Secret Services Account: – Operations (21 192) – Capital 21 192
11 63 141 700 (851) 63 292 Aim:
4 736 3 692 944 100 Of which Households – Gifts and Donations (45)
344 (656) 1 000
58 061 (2 336) (2 795) 63 192 Of which Public corporations
* – Denel (Pty) Ltd: Contractual penalty 63 141
12 (6 600) 3 327 1 739 1 529 5 Aim:
(3 985) (6 251) (225) 1 555 931 5
710 (41) 710 41
5 599 2 988 2 599 12
(2 149) (2) (2 149) 2
7 910 543 6 762 7 598
(8 085) (3 837) (4 370) 122
13 (14 889) 10 928 2 228 1 733 Aim:
(20 303) (23 322) 2 428 591
(7 787) (69) (8 025) 69 238
32 121 18 163 13 420 538
(5 236) (3 782) (1 454)
(9 549) (9 511) (2 212) 2 150 24 Of which Private enterprises – Motion Boikanyo (Pty) Ltd: Out of court settlement 2 150
116 (2 600) 2 423 9 284
10 638 6 232 4 348 58
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Public Enterprises Drive investment, productivity and transformation in the department’s portfolio of state owned companies, to unlock growth, drive industrialisation, create jobs and develop skills.
1 Administration
2 Legal and Governance
8 Technical Support and Development Finance
10 Financial Intelligence and State Security
2 Human Resource Management and Development
3 Labour Relations and Remuneration Management
4 Public Sector Information and Communication Technology Management
3 Portfolio Management and Strategic Partnerships
Public Service and Administration Lead the modernisation of the public service, through a generally applicable framework of norms and standards, to improve service delivery.
1 Administration
1 Administration
2 Economic Statistics
3 Population and Social Statistics
5 Service Delivery and Organisational Transformation
6 Governance and International Relations
Statistics South Africa Provide a relevant and accurate body of statistics by applying internationally recognised practices to inform users on the dynamics in the economy and society.
7 Survey Operations
4 Methodology, Standards and Research
5 Statistical Support and Informatics
6 Statistical Collection and Outreach
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
14 (81 268) 81 268 Aim:
6 087 6 087
232 232 (3 180) 3 180 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – International Promotion Programme: Facilitation of public funds for cultural projects 180 Non-profit institutions – Arts, Social Development and Youth: Facilitation of public funds for cultural projects (7 802) – Gcwala Ngamasiko Cultural Festival: Promotion of visual arts in Africa 1 000 – Kauru Visual Arts Exhibition: Promotion of visual arts in Africa 2 000 Households – Arts, Social Development and Youth: Facilitation of public funds for cultural projects 7 802
(1 350) (1 350) (106 388) 106 388 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Mzansi Golden Economy - Public Art: Facilitation of public funds for arts projects (580) – Mzansi Golden Economy: Facilitation of public funds for arts projects
– Touring Venture 1 333 – Artists in Schools 3 000 – 20 Years of Freedom 1 400 – Art Bank 3 000
Higher education institutions – Language Development Projects: Facilitation of public funds for projects (7 700) – Mzansi Golden Economy: Facilitation of public funds for arts projects
– Public Art 880 – Touring Venture 100
Households – Language Development Projects: Facilitation of public funds for projects 3 446 – Mzansi Golden Economy: Facilitation of public funds for arts projects
– Public Art 930 – Touring Venture 2 450 – Cultural Events 960
Non-profit institutions – Mzansi Golden Economy: Facilitation of public funds for arts projects
– Public Art (610) – Touring Venture 18 050 – Cultural Events 43 994 – Artists in Schools 5 300 – National Cultural Industries 4 200 – 20 Years of Freedom 400
Public corporations – Mzansi Golden Economy: Facilitation of public funds for arts projects
– Public Art 900 – Touring Venture 1 900 – Cultural Events 2 181
– Meraka Institute: Operations 4 254 Provincial agencies and funds – Mzansi Golden Economy: Facilitation of public funds for arts projects
– Public Art 300 – Cultural Events 16 300
(4 969) (4 969) 28 300 (28 300) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Heritage Legacy Projects: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure (34 081) – Cultural Precincts: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure (8 000) – Die Erfenisstigting: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure (1 000) – Adams College: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure (1 659)
2 Institutional Governance
Arts and Culture Contribute to sustainable economic development and enhance job creation by preserving, protecting and developing South African arts, culture and heritage to sustain a socially cohesive and democratic nation.
1 Administration
3 Arts and Culture Promotion and Development
4 Heritage Promotion and Preservation
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SCHEDULE 2
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
Higher education institutions – Bursaries for Non-employees: Heritage studies (4 770) Non-profit institutions – Heritage Projects: Facilitation of public funds for projects 700 – Liliesleaf: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 3 000 – Valoyi Traditional Authority Trust: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 3 780 – Ray Alexander Simons Memory Centre: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 3 109 – Die Erfenisstigting: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 4 192 – Adams College: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 1 659 – Voortrekker Monument: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 500 Households – Bursaries for Non-employees: Heritage studies 4 770
15 9 727 (338) (39 588) 446 741 (397 088) Aim:
4 000 3 884 41 116 (41)
(59 000) (20) (59 014) 20 14
13 000 (7 081) 20 011 81 (11)
41 000 1 879 (633) 436 797 (397 043) Of which
* – School Infrastructure Backlogs Grant: Indirect Grant (397 676) Conditional grant to provinces
* – Education Infrastructure Grant 397 676 Non-profit institutions – National Initiative to Improve Learning Outcomes: Implementation of pilot projects 39 000
10 727 1 000 7 9 727 (7) Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – HIV and AIDS (Life Skills Education) Grant 9 727
16 (54 905) 7 430 191 792 281 946 (536 073) Aim:
(116) 116
6 904 6 904
(10 500) 10 500 Of which
* – National Health Grant: Indirect Grant – Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (10 500) 10 500
17 830 2 173 12 649 3 008 Of which Non-profit institutions – National Kidney Foundation of South Africa: Operations 350 – Downs Syndrome South Africa: Operations (182) – Mental Health Non-governmental Organisations: Operations 82 – World Congress on Paediatric Cardiology: Sponsorship 100 Foreign governments and international organisations – World Health Organisation: Contribution towards containment of the Ebola virus disease outbreak in affected countries 2 658
(115 173) (2 173) 181 459 262 000 (556 459) Of which
* – National Health Grant: Indirect Grant – Health Facility Revitalisation Component 181 459 (556 459)
Conditional grant to provinces * – Health Facility Revitalisation Grant 262 000
35 534 7 430 1 396 16 938 9 770 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Health Laboratory Services: Operations 16 938
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Basic Education Develop, maintain and support a South African school education system for the 21st century.
1 Administration
2 Curriculum Policy, Support and Monitoring
Health Provide leadership and coordination of health services to promote the health of all people in South Africa through an accessible, caring and high quality health system based on the primary health care approach.
1 Administration
2 National Health Insurance, Health Planning and Systems Enablement
3 Teachers, Education Human Resources and Institutional Development
4 Planning, Information and Assessment
5 Educational Enrichment Services
6 Health Regulation and Compliance Management
3 HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis, Maternal and Child Health
4 Primary Health Care Services
5 Hospitals, Tertiary Health Services and Human Resource Development
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SCHEDULE 2
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
17 6 085 3 983 (9 975) (93) Aim:
3 806 8 793 (5 082) 25 70
1 770 1 307 515 (52)
(4 289) (4 076) (180) (33)
2 994 4 099 8 994 (10 000) (99) Of which Non-profit institutions – Further Education and Training Colleges: Subsidies (10 000)
(4 281) (4 038) (264) 21
18 19 000 39 568 (2 445) (14 764) (3 359) Aim:
(2 775) 2 074 1 259 (6 108)
7 231 7 231 (2 087) 103 1 984
15 000 30 000 650 (16 200) 550 Of which Non-profit institutions – Work-Centres for the Disabled: Operational subsidy (31 200) Social security funds – Compensation Fund: Administration of civil servants' claims 15 000
(456) 263 (2 267) 1 333 215 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – International Labour Organisation: Membership fees 980
19 (205 734) 20 279 62 704 (299 830) 11 113 Aim:
12 351 5 201 7 120 30
(250 000) (250 000) Of which Households – Social Assistance Transfers: Social grants
– Old Age (400 000) – Foster Care (100 000) – Social Relief 250 000
(45 300) 3 112 (48 112) (300) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African Social Security Agency: Administration of social assistance (50 000) Foreign governments and international organisations – International Social Security Association: Membership fees 68 Higher education institutions – University of the Witwatersrand: Research 1 800
53 465 15 078 37 628 126 633 Of which Non-profit institutions – National Association of People Living with HIV and AIDS: Care and support for people with HIV and AIDS (374) Foreign governments and international organisations – Walvis Bay: Social welfare payments in terms of the 1994 Walvis Bay agreement 500
Higher Education and Training Develop and support a quality higher and vocational education sector. Promote access to higher and vocational education and skills development training opportunities.
1 Administration
5 Skills Development
Labour Play a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and inequality through pursuing the objectives of full and productive employment and decent work for all, including: employment creation and enterprise development; standards and rights at work including equality of opportunities; social protection; and social dialogue.
1 Administration
2 Human Resource Development, Planning and Monitoring Coordination
3 University Education
4 Vocational and Continuing Education and Training
Social Development Ensure protection against vulnerability by creating an enabling environment for the provision of a comprehensive, integrated and sustainable social development service.
1 Administration
2 Social Assistance
2 Inspection and Enforcement Services
3 Public Employment Services
4 Labour Policy and Industrial Relations
3 Social Security Policy and Administration
4 Welfare Services Policy Development and Implementation Support
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
23 750 14 844 (1 844) 10 750 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development: Research (300) Non-profit institutions – National Association of Burial Societies of South Africa: Transformation of burial societies (1 113) – National Association of People Living with HIV and AIDS: Care and support for people with HIV and AIDS (562)
20 (14 790) 14 790 Aim:
(14 577) (5 677) (8 900)
4 890 (9 900) 14 790
(13 200) (6 200) (7 000)
22 887 6 987 15 900
21 728 (1 634) 788 1 574 Aim:
891 111 60 720
728 (121) 728 121
529 (286) 815
(1 449) (1 307) (142)
29 (31) 60
22 25 645 495 986 (495 986) 25 645 Aim:
(366 865) 20 795 (387 660)
50 000 50 000
386 989 368 925 2 135 15 929 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology 15 929
9 716 9 716 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology 9 716
21 606 21 606
(75 801) 34 660 (110 461)
23 (25 341) 24 137 211 993 Aim:
5 125 (5 117) 10 118 20 104
(3 605) (18 628) 14 019 115 889
(357) (433) 76
(1 163) (1 163)
Sport and Recreation South Africa Transform the delivery of sport and recreation by ensuring equitable access, development and excellence at all levels of participation, thereby improving social cohesion, nation building and the quality of life of all South Africans.
1 Administration
2 Active Nation
5 Social Policy and Integrated Service Delivery
Correctional Services Contribute to a just, peaceful and safer South Africa through the effective and humane incarceration of inmates and the rehabilitation and social reintegration of offenders.
1 Administration
2 Incarceration
3 Winning Nation
4 Sport Support
Defence and Military Veterans Defend and protect the Republic of South Africa, its territorial integrity and its people, in accordance with the Constitution and the principles of international law regulating the use of force. Provide for military veterans’ benefits.
1 Administration
2 Force Employment
3 Rehabilitation
4 Care
5 Social Reintegration
7 Defence Intelligence
8 General Support
3 Landward Defence
4 Air Defence
3 Legal Services
4 Compliance Monitoring and Stakeholder Management
Independent Police Investigative Directorate Ensure independent oversight of the South African Police Service and the Municipal Police Services. Conduct independent and impartial investigations of identified criminal offences allegedly committed by members of the South African Police Service and the Municipal Police Services and make appropriate recommendations.
1 Administration
2 Investigation and Information Management
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
24 98 321 62 900 (163 477) 2 256 Aim:
87 703 (4 657) 96 918 1 683 (7 076) 835
(152 666) (15 023) 20 501 111 (159 045) 790 Of which
* – Buildings and Other Fixed Structures: Building and upgrading of court infrastructure (277 647)
42 412 18 429 (2 709) 24 824 1 776 92 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – International Criminal Court: Membership fees 19 300
1 251 1 251 (16 389) (4 518) 20 368 539 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations (5 018)
21 300 40 800 (19 500) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Legal Aid South Africa: Operations 38 800 * – South African Human Rights Commission: Operations 2 000
25 238 981 (396 966) 114 887 43 098 Aim:
139 539 (120 156) 89 887 (109 270) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 887 Households – Claims Against the State: Civil claims for compensation instituted against the department 89 000
35 000 134 442 (124 442) 25 000 Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Post-retirement benefits 25 000
(109 700) (113 968) (148 100) 152 368
34 268 (34 268)
74 700 44 700 30 000
26 498 (46 704) 181 12 220 33 805 Aim:
24 333 12 024 7 727 191 4 391 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Primary Agriculture Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations (815) – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 370 – Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 446 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 2
(12 695) (96) (27 608) 134 14 875 Of which Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 38
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Justice and Constitutional Development Uphold and protect the Constitution and the rule of law, and render accessible, fair, speedy and cost effective administration of justice in the interests of a safer and more secure South Africa.
4 National Prosecuting Authority
5 Auxiliary and Associated Services
1 Administration
2 Court Services
3 State Legal Services
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Lead, support and promote agricultural, forestry and fisheries resources management through policies, strategies and programmes to enhance sustainable use, and achieve economic growth, job creation, food security, rural development and transformation.
1 Administration
2 Agricultural Production, Health and Food Safety
Police Prevent, combat and investigate crime, maintain public order, protect and secure the inhabitants of South Africa and their property, and uphold and enforce the law.
1 Administration
2 Visible Policing
3 Detective Services
4 Crime Intelligence
5 Protection and Security Services
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Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
600 4 393 (15 085) 2 650 8 642 Of which Higher education institutions – University of KwaZulu-Natal: Student support capacity and small scale processing plant engineering (72) Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 304 – Female Entrepreneur of the Year Awards 600 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 15 Public corporations – Ncera Farms (Pty) Limited: Operations 1 800
4 030 2 901 (3 470) 4 416 183 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – International organisations: Membership fees
– Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research 1 300 – International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants 109 – Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International 53 – Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations 1 380 – International Cotton Advisory Council 530 – International Grains Council 15 – International Seed Testing Association 15 – International Organisation of Vine and Wine 163 – World Organisation for Animal Health 129 – Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development 336
(16 268) (18 631) (8 268) 181 4 736 5 714 Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 4 872 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 64 – Forestry Arbor City Awards (100) Non-profit institutions – Food and Trees for Africa: Promoting school greening (200) – Centre for International Forestry Research: Conference sponsorship 100
(93) 93 Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 93
27 643 230 21 230 620 000 2 000 Aim:
14 000 12 000 2 000
23 000 23 000
23 230 23 230
583 000 (37 000) 620 000 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Universal Service and Access Fund: Broadcasting digital migration
* – Set top box subsidies, antennae and installation costs 551 000 Public corporations – Sentech: Dual illumination costs relating to the digital migration project 69 000
28 (30 895) 2 075 26 564 2 256 Aim:
15 392 (1 234) 14 318 323 1 985 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 323
(11 183) (6 387) (4 885) 89
2 062 (19 938) (4 369) 26 241 128 Of which Public corporations – Small Enterprise Finance Agency: Recapitalisation 26 241
(6 271) (3 336) (2 989) 54
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 Trade Promotion and Market Access
5 Forestry
6 Fisheries
3 Food Security and Agrarian Reform
3 Policy, Research and Capacity Development
4 ICT Enterprise Development and SOE Oversight
5 ICT Infrastructure Support
Communications Develop information and communication technology (ICT) policies and legislation that create favourable conditions for accelerated and shared sustainable economic growth that positively impacts on the wellbeing of all South Africans.
1 Administration
3 Economic Planning and Coordination
4 Economic Development and Dialogue
Economic Development Promote economic development policy formulation and planning for the benefit of all South Africans.
1 Administration
2 Economic Policy Development
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Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
29 22 155 (5 926) 18 302 9 779 Aim:
13 168 3 777 8 516 875 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Energy Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 875
4 970 (2 347) 7 317
1 786 (1 241) 3 027
9 404 (1 533) 2 033 8 904 Of which Private enterprises
* – Integrated National Electrification Programme: Non-grid electrification service providers 8 904
(6 673) (2 673) (4 000)
(500) (1 909) 1 409
30 12 000 46 625 (128 429) 1 854 91 950 Aim:
12 878 23 447 (105 629) 3 110 91 950
(5 000) (5 000)
22 700 22 700
(7 756) (6 500) (1 256) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African National Biodiversity Institute: Operations (2 756) – South African National Parks: Operations 1 000 Non-profit institutions – African World Heritage Fund: Operations 500
(10 822) 23 178 (34 000)
31 (1 103 787) (61 190) (66 145) (17 360) (959 102) 10 Aim:
7 345 (6 055) 9 205 1 170 3 015 10 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 1 170
(2 408) (6 808) (898) 4 000 1 298 Of which Public corporations – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Review of guidelines for human settlement planning and design 4 000
(114 973) (46 877) (74 401) 5 093 1 212 Of which Higher education institutions – Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University: Funding of Chair in respect of the degree on human settlements 593 Households – Bursaries for Non-employees: Housing studies scholarship programme 4 500
(993 751) (1 450) (51) (27 623) (964 627) Of which
* – Rural Households Infrastructure Grant: Indirect Grant (65 500) * – Human Settlements Development Grant: Indirect Grant (899 177)
Conditional grant to local government * – Rural Households Infrastructure Grant (47 624)
Departmental agencies and accounts – Housing Development Agency: Operations 20 000 – National Housing Finance Corporation: Recapitalisation 230 000 – Social Housing Regulatory Authority: Capital Restructuring Grant (230 000) – National Home Builders Registration Council: Youth builders training initiative 1
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Energy Formulate energy policies, regulatory frameworks and legislation, and oversee their implementation to ensure energy security, promotion of environmentally friendly energy carriers and access to affordable and reliable energy for all South Africans.
4 Electrification and Energy Programme and Project Management
5 Nuclear Energy
6 Clean Energy
1 Administration
2 Energy Policy and Planning
3 Petroleum and Petroleum Products Regulation
3 Oceans and Coasts
5 Biodiversity and Conservation
Environmental Affairs Lead South Africa’s environmental sector to achieve sustainable development towards a better quality of life for all.
1 Administration
2 Legal, Authorisations and Compliance
1 Administration
2 Human Settlements Policy, Strategy and Planning
3 Programme Delivery Support
6 Environmental Programmes
Human Settlements Facilitate the creation of sustainable human settlements and the improvement to household quality of life.
4 Housing Development Finance
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Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
32 4 250 15 239 (13 238) 1 509 740 Aim:
13 439 6 462 7 547 1 430 (2 000) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 214 – Mining Qualifications Authority: Training administration 1 216
4 031 4 100 (69)
5 350 7 700 (5 090) 2 740
(18 570) (3 023) (15 626) 79 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Council for Geoscience: Operations 5 000 Private enterprises – Marginal Mines: Subsidies to implement water management solutions (19 080) Public corporations – Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa: Implementation of small scale mining projects (18 239) – Council for Mineral Technology: Operations 32 398
33 (196 086) 321 978 (159 795) 33 903 Aim:
179 059 (2 294) 156 141 12 526 12 686 Of which Households – Bursaries for Non-employees: Studies in cadastral science, surveys and mapping 12 000 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 11
(29 059) (44 059) 13 441 1 559
(285 845) 3 003 277 255 5 587 Of which Households – Rural Infrastructure Development: Infrastructure projects (12 590) – Rural Enterprise and Industrial Development: Infrastructure projects (75 167) – National Rural Youth Service Corps: Stipends 365 012
77 282 160 379 (246 402) 8 741 Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities (35) – Restitution Grants: Land claims settlements (263 205) Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 12 – Property Payments: Rates and taxes paid to municipalities 16 826
(150 000) 58 830 (10 986) (203 174) 5 330 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Agricultural Land Holding Account: Land acquisition (215 871) Households – Land Reform Grants: Land redistribution payments (34 744) Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 11 – Property Payments: Rates and taxes paid to municipalities 47 430
34 9 700 1 054 6 735 1 911 Aim:
980 980
17 300 (569) (3 400) 21 269 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Technology Innovation Agency: Operations 4 669
2 Promotion of Mine Safety and Health
3 Mineral Regulation
4 Mineral Policy and Promotion
Mineral Resources Promote and regulate the minerals and mining sector for transformation, growth and development. Ensure that all South Africans derive sustainable benefits from the country’s mineral wealth.
1 Administration
3 Rural Development
4 Restitution
1 Administration
2 National Geomatics Management Services
Science and Technology Realise the full potential of science and technology in social and economic development by developing human resources, research and innovation.
1 Administration
2 Technology Innovation
5 Land Reform
Rural Development and Land Reform Create and maintain an equitable and sustainable land dispensation and act as a catalyst in rural development to ensure sustainable rural livelihoods, decent work and continued social and economic advancement for all South Africans.
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
Higher education institutions – Technology Transfer Offices Support: Research 17 500 Non-profit institutions – Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management: Biotechnology strategy implementation (600) Public corporations – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Emerging research areas (300)
(380) 3 420 (3 800) Of which Non-profit institutions – African Institute of Mathematical Science: African multilateral agreements for global science development (3 800)
(6 815) 1 623 4 935 (13 373) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African Research Chairs Initiative: Develop human resources in science (100) – Strategic Science Platforms: Research and development (16 915) – National Research Foundation: Operations 100 – Square Kilometre Array: Capital contribution to research (6 158) Public corporations – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Building of the Cofimvaba Science Centre 9 700
(1 385) 800 (2 185) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Local Systems of Innovation: Cold chain technologies project (1 500) – Technology for Poverty Alleviation: Development (7 000) – National Research Foundation: Technology for sustainable livelihoods research and development (5 000) – Environmental Innovation: Implementation of environmental innovation and green economy initiatives 16 315 Public corporations – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research:
– Advanced manufacturing technology strategy implementation (10 000) – Implementation of information communication technology projects and programmes 5 000
35 (78 850) (4 000) (2 618) (73 332) 1 100 Aim:
2 800 1 082 618 1 100 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 388 – Culture, Arts, Tourism, Hospitality and Sports Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 230
3 700 3 700 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African Tourism: Operations 3 700
(6 500) (2 800) (3 700)
(78 850) (1 200) (77 650) Of which Households – Tourism Incentive Programme: Work opportunities (78 850) Non-profit institutions – Strategic Partners in Tourism: Operations 2 000 – Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife: Operations (500) – Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa: Membership fees (300)
36 83 700 24 501 114 162 (68 675) 13 710 2 Aim:
3 International Cooperation and Resources
4 Research, Development and Support
5 Socio-Economic Innovation Partnerships
3 International Tourism
4 Domestic Tourism
Trade and Industry Lead and facilitate access to sustainable economic activity and employment for all South Africans through an understanding of the economy, knowledge of economic opportunities and potential, and anticipation of future economic trends. Catalyse economic transformation and development and provide a predictable, competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment for investment, enterprise and trade for economic citizens. Contribute to achieving government’s vision of an adaptive and restructured economy, characterised by accelerated economic growth, employment creation and greater equity.
Tourism Promote and support the growth and development of an equitable, competitive and sustainable tourism sector, enhancing its contribution to national priorities.
1 Administration
2 Policy and Knowledge Services
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
88 930 19 748 54 236 1 704 13 242 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 1 711
(3 979) 2 854 (6 691) 43 (185) Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – World Trade Organisation: Membership fees 3 150
(53 326) 1 316 9 645 (64 467) 180 Of which Public corporations – Industrial Development Corporation:
– Isivande Women's Fund: Financial support to women entrepreneurs (11 190) – Support Programme for Industrial Innovation (55 152)
Departmental agencies and accounts – Independent Regulatory Board of Auditors: Broad based black economic empowerment verification 1 800
(6 430) (7 000) (7 721) 8 194 97 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – United Nations Industrial Development Organisation: Membership fees 208 Non-profit institutions – Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies: Policy development 3 570 Public corporations – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: National Cleaner Production Centre (3 500) – Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa: Customised Sector Programmes 7 635 – South African Bureau of Standards:
– Small Business Technical Consulting: Membership fees 260
8 313 7 583 (4 299) 5 029 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Credit Regulator: Operations 5 000
53 342 69 400 (16 058) Of which Private enterprises – Broadening Participation Development Incentives: Incentives to support black business suppliers (91 810) – Critical Infrastructure Programme: Bulk infrastructure (100 000) – Export Market and Investment Assistance: Incentive scheme 120 000 – Services Sector Development Incentives: Incentives for call centres (20 000) – Special Economic Zones: Investment incentives 150 000 – Industrial Development Zones - Other: Matching grant for industrial development zone studies (120 000) Public corporations – Support Programme for Industrial Innovation: Streamlining support provided to industrial corporations 45 152
(3 150) (408) (3 120) 376 2 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Export Consultancy Trust Funds:
– International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank): Feasibility studies (3 150)
37 44 151 (500) 38 833 1 622 4 196 Aim:
42 020 37 404 920 3 696 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 173
(500) 500 Of which Public corporations – Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa:
– Rail infrastructure, rolling stock and signalling (5 699 959) * – Rolling Stock Fleet Renewal Programme 5 699 959
2 131 1 429 702 Of which Non-profit institutions – National Sea Rescue Institute: Search and rescue services 702
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
5 Civil Aviation
5 Consumer and Corporate Regulation
6 Incentive Development and Administration
1 Administration
2 International Trade and Economic Development
3 Broadening Participation
3 Rail Transport
7 Trade and Investment South Africa
Transport Lead the provision of an integrated, sustainable, reliable and safe transport system through planning, developing, coordinating, promoting and implementing transport policies, regulations and strategies.
1 Administration
4 Industrial Development
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Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
38 (12 480 332) (1 362 942) (1 606 585) (140) (4 513 876) (4 996 789) Aim:
(1 026 430) (362 447) (625 482) (17 238) (21 263) Of which Households – Bursaries for Non-employees: Water and Forestry Learning Academy (13 293) Departmental agencies and accounts – Energy Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations (2 641) Non-profit institutions – Women in Water Awards (900)
(597 808) (238 526) (314 018) (26) (45 238) Of which Non-profit institutions – South African Youth Water Prizes (23)
(2 919 422) (2 919 422) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Water Trading Entity:
* – Operations and maintenance (164 245) * – Capital (2 570 909)
Foreign governments and international organisations * – Komati River Basin Water Authority: Loan repayment to the
Development Bank of Southern Africa (184 268)
(7 782 702) (661 581) (616 483) (1 576 269) (4 928 369) Of which
* – Water Services Operating Subsidy Grant: Indirect Grant (82 168) (56 845) (2 000) * – Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant: Indirect Grant (17 670) (69 582) (3 986 896) * – Municipal Water Infrastructure Grant: Indirect Grant (524 826)
Conditional grants to local government * – Water Services Operating Subsidy Grant (449 558) * – Municipal Water Infrastructure Grant (534 150)
Households – Poor Farmers: Operating subsidy for emerging farmers from historically disadvantaged groups (10 415)
* – Water Services Operating Subsidy Grant: Indirect Grant – Employee Social Benefits (1 000)
Municipal bank accounts – Women In Water Awards: Transfer to municipalities to pay stipends (399) Public corporations – Regional Bulk Infrastructure:
* – Amatola Water Board: Upgrades and refurbishment of six existing plants and downstream infrastructure (150 000)
* – Magalies Water Board: Pilansberg regional bulk water infrastructure (70 000)
* – Umgeni Water Board: Lower Tugela bulk water infrastructure (216 800) * – Sedibeng Water Board: Sedibeng regional bulk infrastructure (143 200)
Non-profit institutions – Baswa le Meetse and South African Youth Water Prizes (588)
(121 514) (77 634) (42 708) (76) (1 096)
(32 456) (22 754) (7 894) (64) (921) (823) Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Orange-Senqu River Basin Commission: Operations (556) – African Ministers' Council on Water: Membership fees (98) – Limpopo River Basin Commission: Operations (264) Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences (3)
39 733 842 156 927 158 155 410 195 8 565 Aim:
76 877 36 667 33 475 20 6 715
89 725 55 778 33 298 84 565
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
6 International Water Cooperation
3 Water Infrastructure Management
4 Regional Implementation and Support
5 Water Sector Regulation
Water Affairs Ensure the availability and supply of water at national level, facilitate equitable and sustainable social and economic development, and ensure the universal and efficient supply of water services at local level.
1 Administration
2 Water Sector Management
2 Outcomes Monitoring and Evaluation Advance the strategic agenda of government by advancing and implementing the outcomes approach, monitoring and reporting on its progress, and evaluating its impact.
1 Administration
Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Improve government service delivery through planning, and monitoring and evaluation.
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
66 111 43 843 21 631 72 565
92 892 20 639 69 751 1 782 720
408 237 408 237
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Youth Development Agency: Operations 408 237
42 13 647 401 1 388 032 1 670 286 140 4 563 949 6 024 994 Aim:
1 030 430 362 435 625 482 17 250 25 263 Of which Households – Bursaries for Non-employees: Water and Forestry Learning Academy 13 293 Departmental agencies and accounts – Energy Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 2 641 Non-profit institutions – Women in Water Awards 900
546 822 218 874 282 114 26 45 808
Of which Non-profit institutions – South African Youth Water Prizes 23
2 919 422 2 919 422
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Water Trading Entity:
* – Operations and maintenance 164 245 * – Capital 2 570 909
Foreign governments and international organisations * – Komati River Basin Water Authority: Loan repayment to the
Development Bank of Southern Africa 184 268
8 941 110 693 540 669 436 1 626 330 5 951 804
Of which * – Water Services Operating Subsidy Grant: Indirect Grant 79 342 65 506 2 150 * – Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant: Indirect Grant 17 670 69 582 4 005 459 * – Municipal Water Infrastructure Grant: Indirect Grant 548 126 * – Rural Households Infrastructure Grant: Indirect Grant 65 500 * – Human Settlements Development Grant: Indirect Grant 899 177
Conditional grants to local government * – Water Services Operating Subsidy Grant 449 558 * – Municipal Water Infrastructure Grant 535 608 * – Rural Households Infrastructure Grant 47 624
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
1 Administration
3 Water Infrastructure Management
4 Regional Implementation and Support
Ensure that the country’s water resources are protected, used, developed, conserved, managed and controlled in a sustainable manner for the benefit of all people and the environment, by developing and implementing effective policies and integrated planning strategies, and developing a knowledge base and procedures.
Ensure a reliable supply of water from bulk raw water resources infrastructure to meet sustainable demand objectives for South Africa within acceptable risk parameters. Solicit and source funding to implement, operate and maintain bulk raw water resources infrastructure in an efficient and effective manner by strategically managing risks and assets.
Coordinate the effective implementation of the department’s strategic goals and objectives at the regional level, including the establishment of water resource management institutions. Facilitate water conservation and demand management. Accelerate communities’ access to water and sanitation infrastructure.
4 National Planning
5 National Youth Development Agency
Develop the country’s long term vision and national strategic plan and contribute towards better outcomes in government through better planning, better long term plans, greater policy coherence and clear articulation of long term goals and aspirations.
Facilitate the transfer of funds to the National Youth Development Agency to allow the agency to initiate, implement, facilitate and monitor youth development interventions aimed at reducing youth unemployment and promoting social cohesion.
Water and Sanitation Ensure the availability and supply of water at national level, facilitate equitable and sustainable social and economic development, and ensure the universal and efficient supply of water services and sanitation at local level.
2 Water Sector Management
3 Institutional Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Promote good monitoring and evaluation practices and processes in government through: management performance assessment and support; frontline service delivery monitoring and support; and monitoring and evaluation capacity development and learning.
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other Vote Current Payments
Households – Poor Farmers: Operating subsidy for emerging farmers from historically disadvantaged groups 11 017
* – Water Services Operating Subsidy: Indirect Grant – Employee Social Benefits 1 000
Municipal bank accounts – Women In Water Awards: Transfer to municipalities to pay stipends 399 Public corporations – Regional Bulk Infrastructure:
* – Amatola Water Board: Upgrades and refurbishment of six existing plants and downstream infrastructure 150 000
* – Magalies Water Board: Pilansberg regional bulk water infrastructure 70 000
* – Umgeni Water Board: Lower Tugela bulk water infrastructure 216 800 * – Sedibeng Water Board: Sedibeng regional bulk infrastructure 143 200
Non-profit institutions – Baswa le Meetse and South African Youth Water Prizes 588
177 161 91 284 84 505 76 1 296
32 456 21 899 8 749 64 921 823
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Orange-Senqu River Basin Commission: Operations 556 – African Ministers' Council on Water: Membership fees 98 – Limpopo River Basin Commission: Operations 264 Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 3
43 184 764 64 044 47 869 69 456 3 395 Aim:
82 584 46 162 31 739 2 221 2 462
Of which Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 6
83 787 4 113 12 115 67 235 324
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Commission for Gender Equality: Operations 67 235
6 502 5 251 1 019 232
11 891 8 518 2 996 377
TOTAL 1 269 532 588 436 665 741 181 949 186 (1 005 428) 71 416 * Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Women Lead, coordinate and oversee the transformation agenda on women’s socio- economic rights, empowerment and equality.
3 Research, Policy Coordination and Knowledge Management Conduct research on women empowerment initiatives and the promotion of women's rights domestically and internationally, to influence women empowerment policies and the promotion of women's rights initiatives in South Africa.
5 Water Sector Regulation
6 International Water Cooperation
Ensure the development, implementation, monitoring and review of regulations across the water value chain in accordance with the provisions of the National Water Act (1998) and the Water Services Act (1997).
Strategically develop, promote and manage international relations on water resources between countries through bilateral and multilateral cooperation instruments and organisations, in line with provisions of the National Water Act (1998). Pursue national interests at both African multilateral and global multilateral organisations and forums.
4 Monitoring, Evaluation and Outreach Monitor and evaluate progress on the implementation of women empowerment policies and conduct outreach initiatives on women's rights and empowerment.
2 Social, Political and Economic Participation and Empowerment Provide oversight of the implementation of policies related to women empowerment and the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women.
1 Administration Provide management, leadership and administrative services to the department.
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