Appropriation Act

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Act 33 of 2014.indd
Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA REPHABLIKI YA AFRIKA BORWA
Vol. 590
THE PRESIDENCY
No. 627 14 August 2014
Cape Town, Kaapstad,
14 August 2014 No. 37913
It is hereby notified that the President
has assented to the following Act, which
is hereby published for general
information:
Act No. 33 of 2014: Appropriation Act, 2014
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MO-PRESIDENTE
No. 627 14 August 2014
Mo go tsebiswa gore Mo-Presidente o
dumetse molao o latelago, wona o tla
gatiswa e le tsebiso ya kakaretso.
Nmr 33 ya 2014: Molao wa Tekanyetšo, 2014
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ACT To appropriate money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State for the 2014/15 financial year; to prescribe conditions for the spending of funds withdrawn for the 2015/16 financial year before the commencement of the Appropriation Act for the 2015/16 financial year; and to provide for matters incidental thereto.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WHEREAS section 213(2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, provides that money may be withdrawn from the National Revenue Fund only in terms of an appropriation by an Act of Parliament;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 section 26 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999), provides that Parliament must appropriate money for each financial year for the requirements of the State;
AND WHEREAS section 7(1) of the Money Bills Amendment Procedure and Related Matters Act, 2009 (Act No. 9 of 2009), provides that the Minister of Finance must table the national annual budget, as set out in section 27 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999, in the National Assembly at the same time as the Appropria- tion Bill,
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa,as follows:— Definitions
1. In this Act, unless the context indicates otherwise, any meaning ascribed to a word or expression in section 1 of the Public Finance Management Act, must bear the meaning so ascribed, and—
‘‘conditional grants’’ means conditional allocations to provinces, local govern- ment or municipalities from the national government’s share of revenue raised nationally, which are provided for and whose purpose is specified in the Division of Revenue Act for the 2014/15 financial year envisaged in section 214(1)(c) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996; ‘‘current payments’’ means any payment made by a department classified as or deemed to be a current payment in terms of the instructions issued in the Guidelines for Implementing the Economic Reporting Format (September 2009), in terms of section 76 of the Public Finance Management Act; ‘‘indirect grant’’ means a conditional grant that is listed as an allocation-in-kind in the Division of Revenue Act for the 2014/15 financial year for spending by a national department on behalf of a province, local government or a municipality; ‘‘payments for capital assets’’ means any payment made by a department classified as or deemed to be a payment for capital assets in terms of the instructions issued in the Guidelines for Implementing the Economic Reporting Format (September 2009) and the Asset Management Framework (April 2004, Version 3.3), in terms of section 76 of the Public Finance Management Act;
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‘‘payments for financial assets’’ means any payment made by a department classified as or deemed to be a payment for financial assets in terms of the instructions issued in the Guidelines for Implementing the Economic Reporting Format (September 2009), in terms of section 76 of the Public Finance Management Act; ‘‘Public Finance Management Act’’ means the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999); ‘‘relevant Parliamentary Committees’’ means the Standing Committee on Appropriations of the National Assembly and the Select Committee on Appropria- tions of the National Council of Provinces; and ‘‘transfers and subsidies’’means any payment made by a department classified as or deemed to be a transfer or subsidy payment in terms of the instructions issued in the Guidelines for Implementing the Economic Reporting Format (September 2009), in terms of section 76 of the Public Finance Management Act.
Appropriation of money for requirements of State
2. (1) 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 for the purposes that are specified, are set out in the Schedule 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 for the 2014/15 financial year.
(3) The spending of funds withdrawn from the National Revenue Fund before thisAct takes effect, as envisaged in section 29(1) of the Public Finance Management Act, is subject to section 7 of the Appropriation Act, 2013 (Act No. 9 of 2013), and the applicable provisions of the Division of RevenueAct, 2013 (Act No. 2 of 2013), as if the funds were allocated for the 2013/14 financial year or, if the Division of RevenueAct for the 2014/15 financial year is in force, the applicable provision of that Act.
Amounts listed as specifically and exclusively appropriated
3. An amount within a vote or main division within a vote that is listed as specifically and exclusively appropriated in the Schedule to this Act, may be utilised only 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 for the 2014/15 financial year.
Conditional allocations
4. (1) The Minister may, in writing— (a) impose conditions on an allocation in an appropriation listed in the Schedule
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 the Schedule to this Act for—
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(a) 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) 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.
Authorisation of expenditure
6. (1) Despite anything to the contrary in any other legislation and before an Adjustments Appropriation Bill is passed, the Minister may approve expenditure, if it cannot reasonably be delayed without negatively affecting service delivery and—
(a) is unforeseeable and unavoidable; (b) was announced during the tabling of the 2014/15 annual budget for a project
and the disbursement of funds is required for the implementation of the project; or
(c) was approved in the appropriation for the 2013/14 financial year and will be proposed to be rolled over to the 2014/15 financial year to finalise expenditure that could not take place in the 2013/14 financial year as originally planned.
(2) Expenditure approved in terms of— (a) subsection (1)(a), (b) and (c) may not exceed the total amount set aside as a
contingency reserve for the financial year in the national annual budget; and (b) subsection (1)(b) may not exceed the relevant amount announced by the
Minister during the tabling of the annual budget. (3) Expenditure approved in terms of subsection (1)—
(a) is a direct charge against the National Revenue Fund; (b) may be made subject to conditions imposed by the Minister; (c) must be disclosed in the National Treasury’s next quarterly report to the
relevant Parliamentary Committees; and (d) must, despite section 30(2) of the Public Finance Management Act, be
included in the Adjustments Appropriation Bill or another appropriation Bill for the 2014/15 financial year.
Spending before commencement of Appropriation Act for 2015/16 financial year
7. The spending of funds withdrawn in terms of section 29 of the Public Finance Management Act for the 2015/16 financial year before the commencement of the Appropriation Act for the 2015/16 financial year is, with necessary changes, subject to any applicable conditions imposed in terms of section 4 of thisAct, the provisions of the Division of Revenue Act for the 2014/15 financial year and the provisions of the Adjustments Appropriation Act for the 2014/15 financial year, as if the funds were allocated for the 2014/15 financial year.
Delegations and authorisations
8. (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 9; and (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 subdelegate, in writing, the delegated power
or authorised duty to another employee of the National Treasury;
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(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
9. 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
10. This Act is called the Appropriation Act, 2014.
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
1 1 177 848 331 643 254 073 575 955 16 177 Aim:
488 533 302 222 172 826 28 13 457
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
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* 113 392 29 421 81 247 4 2 720
408 237 408 237
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
408 237
167 686 167 686
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
167 686
2 1 508 170 675 092 481 196 348 487 3 395 Aim:
441 956 317 270 121 291 3 395
361 235 258 679 102 556
132 620 52 513 80 107
223 872 46 630 177 242
348 487 348 487
Of which Non-profit institutions
83 198 257 799
party leaders' remuneration 7 490
3 63 212 720 256 568 2 434 144 60 513 311 8 697 Aim:
252 080 114 965 130 935 100 6 080
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
1 Administration Provide management, leadership and administrative services to the department.
4 Members' Facilities Provide telephone, travel and other facilities for members of Parliament in the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces.
5 Associated Services Provide financial support to political parties represented in Parliament, and to their leaders and constituency offices.
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.
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership, institutional policy, overall management, and
management and staff.
2 Legislation and Oversight Provide procedural and administrative services for Parliament to carry out its core functions. Pass legislation and oversee executive action.
3 Public and International Participation
provide support for these activities.
3 National Youth Development Agency 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.
4 International Marketing and Communication Facilitate the transfer of funds to Brand South Africa to develop and implement an international marketing and communication strategy for South Africa to contribute to job creation and poverty reduction, and attract inward investment, trade and tourism.
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.
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 Provide effective leadership, strategic management and administrative support services to the principals and the branches of the Presidency in
2 National Planning
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.
SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
21 079 9 694 11 385
44 618 802 25 684 20 154 44 572 944 20
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* 26 904 * 44 230
Municipal bank accounts * 44 490 145
Non-profit institutions * 6 071
5 594
650 808 20 801 29 406 598 254 2 347
Of which Conditional grants to local government
* 363 580 * 37 302
Conditional grant to provinces * 197 372
289 508 24 485 12 771 252 152 100
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* 252 152
17 268 579 60 939 2 229 493 14 977 997 150
Of which * 34 596 2 223 244
Conditional grant to local government * 14 683 835
Departmental agencies and accounts 294 162
111 864 111 864
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* 111 864
4 6 623 702 2 669 959 2 183 832 1 759 018 10 893 Aim:
1 860 295 389 753 1 457 681 1 968 10 893
Of which * 325 000
Departmental agencies and accounts 66
Households 1 396
Municipal bank accounts 506
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
7 Traditional Affairs Transfer funds to the Department of Traditional Affairs which: promotes and coordinates research and information management and the development of policies and legislation on traditional affairs; and coordinates institutional development and capacity building programmes to enhance efficiency and effectiveness within the institutions of traditional affairs.
Home Affairs Efficiently determine and safeguard the identity and status of citizens. Regulate immigration to ensure security, promote development and fulfil
1 Administration Provide leadership, management and support services to the department.
4 National Disaster Management Centre Promote an integrated and coordinated system of disaster risk management that places special emphasis on prevention, mitigation and preparedness on the part of national, provincial and municipal organs of state, statutory functionaries, communities and other role players involved in disaster risk management.
5 Provincial and Municipal Government Systems Provide oversight, support programmes and evidence based regulatory mechanisms for provincial and municipal government and associated institutions, and facilitate effective development and service delivery.
6 Infrastructure and Economic Development Support provincial and local government programmes and systems that promote economic and infrastructure development.
2 Policy, Research and Knowledge Management Provide specialised support services to the department in the areas of research and knowledge management, policy formulation, monitoring and evaluation, information, communication and business technologies.
3 Governance and Intergovernmental Relations Improve vertical and horizontal coordination and alignment between the three spheres of government. Promote public participation in governance through regulatory mechanisms. Provide oversight, intervention and support programmes to provinces, municipalities and associated institutions.
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
4 106 885 1 964 553 385 616 1 756 716
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
78 901 1 675 713
Households 1 128
Municipal bank accounts 974
656 522 315 653 340 535 334
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
3 Households
331
5 5 754 324 2 461 835 2 120 789 745 723 425 977 Aim:
1 396 255 357 265 638 824 400 166
2 810 160 1 690 624 1 094 773 1 393 23 370
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
1 393
486 371 288 923 196 592 856
317 249 125 023 190 600 41 1 585
Of which Households
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744 289 744 289
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
277 560 8 000
Foreign governments and international organisations
153 170 9 010 2 650 4 185 9 963 48 159 139 899 2 986 531 613
122 7 950 250 5 933 367 6 394 65 1 283 1 219 122 81 244 36 400 26 979 154
4 Public Diplomacy and Protocol Services
domestic and international arenas, and provide protocol services.
5 International Transfers Fund membership fees and transfers to international organisations.
1 Administration Develop overall policy and manage the department.
2 International Relations Promote relations with foreign countries.
3 International Cooperation Participate in international organisations and institutions in line with South
2 Citizen Affairs Provide secure, efficient and accessible services and documents to citizens and lawful residents.
3 Immigration Affairs Facilitate and regulate the secure movement of people through the ports of entry into and out of the Republic of South Africa. Determine the status of asylum seekers and regulate refugee affairs.
International Relations and Cooperation Formulate, coordinate, implement and manage South Africa's foreign policy and international relations programmes.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
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 6 121 320 1 659 885 1 302 138 2 563 353 595 944 Aim:
1 175 346 279 938 868 928 1 195 25 285
Of which Households
1 184
2 861 387 1 232 604 201 858 859 177 567 748
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
77 212 41 572 8 690 673 372
Households 4 316 4 000
Public corporations 50 000
1 951 295 133 233 136 158 1 679 125 2 779
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* for Municipalities 594 575 Conditional grants to provinces
* 348 947 *
for Provinces 257 972 Households
150 Non-profit institutions
452 607 24 874
41 473 14 110 27 031 200 132
Of which Households
200
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
3 Expanded Public Works Programme Ensure the creation of work opportunities and the provision of training for unskilled, marginalised and unemployed people in South Africa by coordinating the implementation of the expanded public works programme.
4 Property and Construction Industry Policy Regulation Promote the growth and transformation of the construction and property industries. Promote a standardised approach and best practice in construction and immovable asset management in the public sector.
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 Provide strategic leadership and support services, including the accommodation and overall management of the department.
2 Immovable Asset Management
1 Administration Provide strategic management and administrative support to the department.
2 Outcomes Monitoring and Evaluation Advance the strategic agenda of government by developing and implementing the outcomes approach, monitoring and reporting on its progress, and evaluating its impact.
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.
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Improve government service delivery through performance monitoring and evaluation.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
91 819 68 163 23 656
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
1 915 Foreign governments and international organisations
soldiers' graves 21 741
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
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92 250 10 068 14 478 67 235 469
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
67 235
11 550 5 230 6 095 225
18 365 9 848 8 159 358
9 413 069 200 115 187 861 21 841 3 252 Aim:
141 388 60 913 79 384 24 1 067
99 928 45 362 54 464 102
121 654 71 528 27 749 21 817 560
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
21 815
50 099 22 312 26 264 1 523
10 27 265 010 764 891 806 000 21 938 093 185 517 3 570 509 Aim:
4 Communication Service Agency Provide media bulk buying services and media production services to national government.
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 Provide overall support services to the department.
2 Content Processing and Dissemination Provide strategic leadership in government communication to ensure coherence, coordination, consistency, quality, impact and the responsiveness of government communication.
3 Intergovernmental Coordination and Stakeholder Management Implement development communication through mediated and unmediated communication channels, and sound stakeholder relations and partnerships. Transfer funds to the Media Development and Diversity Agency.
3 Children's Rights and Responsibilities Ensure the alignment of the conceptual frameworks and strategies across the three spheres of government to advance delivery on children's rights in line with constitutional and international instruments.
4 Rights of People with Disabilities Facilitate the translation of national and international instruments into empowerment and socioeconomic development programmes. Oversee and comprehensively report on the national realisation of the rights of people with disabilities and the progressive realisation of equality.
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
empowerment agenda on women, children and people with disabilities, especially in poor and rural communities.
1 Administration Provide effective leadership, management and administrative support services to the department.
2 Women Empowerment and Gender Equality Facilitate the translation of national and international instruments into empowerment and socioeconomic development programmes. Oversee and
progressive realisation of equality.
5 Auxiliary and Associated Services Provide for various services, including compensation for losses on the government assisted housing scheme and assistance to organisations for the preservation of national memorials. Meet the protocol responsibilities for state functions.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
343 135 168 833 167 027 2 081 5 194
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
Services Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 498 Households
accounting and taxation 1 568
138 920 83 283 27 585 27 618 434
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
16 838 Private enterprises
10 780
262 825 189 502 32 433 39 488 1 402
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* 39 488
3 342 100 69 635 20 240 225 3 252 000
Of which *
Recapitalisation 500 000 * 2 500 000 * 252 000
761 632 184 081 313 823 86 045 177 683
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
10 250 34 577
in audit costs of certain statutory bodies and municipalities 41 218
1 179 807 25 542 9 547 826 105 104 318 509
Of which
Share acquisitions 251 869 66 640
Foreign governments and international organisations
1 000 5 992 10 000 799 76 762
of common monetary agreement 622 843
and assistance in the multilateral debt relief initiative 90 660
and public finance management support to member countries 1 409
secretariat and programmes 5 290
number of vaccine-preventable deaths among children under the age of five 11 000
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
5 Financial Accounting and Supply Chain Management Systems Facilitate governance and accountability by promoting and enforcing transparent, economic and effective management of revenue, expenditure, assets, liabilities and supply chain processes in the public sector.
6 International Financial Relations
advance the economic, financial and development objectives of the country and Africa.
2 Economic Policy, Tax, Financial Regulation and Research Provide specialist policy research, analysis and advisory services in the areas of macroeconomics, microeconomics, taxation, the financial sector and regulatory reform.
3 Public Finance and Budget Management Provide analysis and advice on fiscal policy and public finances, intergovernmental financial relations, expenditure planning and priorities.
management support.
4 Asset and Liability Management
prudent cash management, an optimal portfolio of debt and other fiscal obligations. Promote and enforce prudent financial management of state owned entities through financial analysis and oversight.
1 Administration Provide strategic management, leadership and administrative support to the department, and capacity building.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
Capacity building programmes in support of public finance management reform in East, Central and Southern Africa 350
3 717 838 55 633 3 662 205
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
in the United Kingdom 2 219 Households
1 646 400 217 953 524 460 532 950 98 082 212 537
integrated into the South African National Defence Force 427 604
3 712 182 44 015 179 712 3 487 980 475
Of which Conditional grants to local government
* 255 000 * 449 138 * 591 179 * 104 425
Departmental agencies and accounts
projects 3 180 18 150
30 115 10 153
* 58 300 Higher education institutions
5 800 Public corporations
facilitation 1 833 752 128 788
9 440 321 9 440 321
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* 8 596 216 844 105
4 366 250 4 366 250
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* 186 651 11 429
* 3 902 626 265 544
11 259 786 149 574 106 043 100 4 069 Aim:
152 123 70 972 76 982 100 4 069
Of which Households
100
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Public Enterprises
of state owned companies, to unlock growth, drive industrialisation, create jobs and develop skills.
1 Administration Provide strategic management, direction and administrative support to the department that enables the department to meet its strategic objectives.
8 Technical Support and Development Finance Provide specialised infrastructure development planning, and implementation support and technical assistance, to aid capacity building in the public sector.
9 Revenue Administration Administer an efficient tax system, provide tax education to the public, ensure maximum compliance with tax and customs legislation, and provide a customs service to maximise revenue collection and facilitate trade.
10 Financial Intelligence and State Security Combat financial crime, including money laundering and terror financing activities. Gather intelligence for the purpose of national security, defence and combating crime.
7 Civil and Military Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits
obligations to former employees of state departments and bodies. Provide for similar benefits to retired members of the military.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
23 967 18 198 5 769
83 696 60 404 23 292
12 875 074 265 846 212 744 390 163 6 321 Aim:
211 409 100 780 106 157 67 4 405
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
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37 557 30 610 6 773 174
48 482 26 995 21 350 137
37 554 14 948 22 528 78
237 764 49 249 24 857 163 238 420
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
138 508 24 706 24
302 308 43 264 31 079 226 858 1 107
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
226 031 Foreign governments and international organisations
300 160
Development 342 25
13 2 242 514 1 231 651 536 086 15 115 459 662 Aim:
934 719 243 787 247 219 14 849 428 864
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
5 Higher education institutions
analytical skills 500
analytical skills 500
1 Administration Manage the department, and provide centralised support services and capacity building. Coordinate statistical production among organs of state in line with the purpose of official statistics and statistical principles.
5 Service Delivery and Organisational Transformation Promote the service delivery and organisational transformation framework of the public service. Engage in interventions and partnerships to promote efficient and effective service delivery.
6 Governance and International Relations Improve participatory governance, strengthen the fight against corruption and engage with international partners in the field of public administration.
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.
2 Human Resource Management and Development Develop, implement and monitor public service human resource management policies.
3 Labour Relations and Remuneration Management Develop, implement and maintain public service labour relations and compensation policies. Ensure coordinated engagement with organised labour.
4 Public Sector Information and Communication Technology Management Develop, implement and monitor public service information communication technology policies and norms and standards that enable citizen centred services.
3 Portfolio Management and Strategic Partnerships Align the strategies of the state owned companies with government policy and strategy, and monitor and benchmark their financial and operational performance and capital investment plans. Align shareholder oversight with overarching government economic, social and environmental policies, and build focused strategic partnerships between the state owned companies, strategic customers, suppliers and financial institutions.
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 Provide policy, strategic leadership and overall management of the department.
2 Legal and Governance Provide legal services and corporate governance systems, and facilitate the implementation of all legal aspects of transactions that are strategically important to the department and state owned companies. Ensure alignment
performance indicators of state owned companies.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
of regional and urban spatial development and capacity building, with the public and private sectors 6 840
the national statistics system 1 000 Households
5 894 Non-profit institutions
of the national statistics system 110
210 542 181 042 28 605 1 894
117 850 93 873 23 180 200 597
Of which Non-profit institutions
regional population issues 200
65 453 59 430 5 444 579
245 143 124 122 103 963 17 058
524 545 411 340 102 164 65 10 976
Of which Households
65
144 262 118 057 25 511 694
14 3 524 748 209 910 480 355 2 827 085 7 398 Aim:
228 266 81 583 139 285 7 398
99 808 28 379 47 302 24 127
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
for cultural projects 1 909 Non-profit institutions
for cultural projects 21 718
1 032 876 46 169 221 168 765 539
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
83 497 27 810 10 703
of infrastructure 11 118
for arts projects 2 800
37 690 15 348
45 028 14 080
2 Institutional Governance Coordinate and manage all cross-cutting functions of the department and its public entities and provide support and oversight to these public entities.
3 Arts and Culture Promotion and Development Promote and develop arts, culture and languages.
7 Survey Operations Provide data collection and processing support to produce official statistics. Conduct independent household survey monitoring and evaluation activities.
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 Provide leadership, management and support functions to the department.
4 Methodology, Standards and Research Provide expertise on quality and methodology for official statistics, standards for conducting surveys, and business sampling frames. Conduct policy research and analysis on emerging policy matters.
5 Statistical Support and Informatics Using technology in the production and use of official statistics to enable service delivery programmes. Promote and provide better access to official statistics.
6 Statistical Collection and Outreach Provide statistical information to support policy makers. Manage stakeholders and provide effective communication services. Promote statistical development and cooperation in South Africa, Africa and the world.
2 Economic Statistics Produce economic statistics to meet user requirements in line with internationally recognised practices.
3 Population and Social Statistics Produce population, demographic, labour market and social statistics to meet user requirements in line with internationally recognised practices.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
43 085 19 400
111 588 10 000
50 755 47 950
91 865 21 000
Higher education institutions
for projects 7 700 Households
for projects 5 551
funds for projects 1 998 19 574
Non-profit institutions 7 312
for projects 12 287
10 500 54 500
Public corporations
performing arts projects 2 400
2 163 798 53 779 72 600 2 037 419
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* 1 016 210 Departmental agencies and accounts
55 917
of infrastructure 126 890
of infrastructure 55 396
of infrastructure 1 345 10 000
of infrastructure 8 000
of infrastructure 1 000 1 659
65 331 40 847
20 124 4 414
46 417 1 000
17 376 8 356
8 890 2 083
11 935 13 028
5 960 1 000
8 613 856
5 308 6 000
66 350 28 745
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 Heritage Promotion and Preservation Preserve and promote South African heritage, archival and heraldic heritage, and funding of libraries.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
41 085 11 430
8 657 39 872
65 414 29 110
70 470 2 000
72 387 11 690 5 451
16 612 2 165
Foreign governments and international organisations 1 100
Higher education institutions 4 770
Non-profit institutions 289 6 795 4 000
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions conference 4 500
15 19 680 146 414 738 2 016 503 48 982 14 267 387 2 932 536 Aim:
347 448 120 244 159 629 48 982 177 18 416
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
and Training Authority: Operations 177
1 954 927 78 109 1 531 479 344 777 562
Of which Conditional grants to provinces
* 233 482 * 111 182
1 268 247 72 521 22 034 1 173 141 551
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* Therapists Grant 213 000 Departmental agencies and accounts
947 499 Foreign governments and international organisations
Membership fees 12 610
10 379 369 110 683 289 694 7 066 262 2 912 730
Of which * 2 939 24 261 2 911 303
Conditional grant to provinces * 6 928 908
Departmental agencies and accounts
Education and Training: Operations 107 354 Non-profit institutions
of pilot projects 30 000
5 730 155 33 181 13 667 5 683 030 277
Of which Conditional grants to provinces
* 5 461 915 * 221 062
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Develop policies and programmes to improve the quality of learning in schools.
3 Teachers, Education Human Resources and Institutional Development Promote quality teaching and institutional performance through the effective supply, development and utilisation of human resources.
4 Planning, Information and Assessment Promote quality and effective service delivery in the basic education system through planning, implementation and assessment.
5 Educational Enrichment Services
Basic Education Develop, maintain and support a South African school education system for the 21st century.
1 Administration Manage the department and provide strategic and administrative support services.
2 Curriculum Policy, Support and Monitoring Develop curriculum and assessment policies, and monitor and support their implementation.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
16 33 955 475 597 203 1 416 874 30 916 363 1 025 035 Aim:
399 721 161 600 230 830 1 397 5 894
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
Operations 1 326 71
621 252 67 193 476 637 75 000 2 422
Of which *
395 000 Conditional grant to provinces
* 70 000 Non-profit institutions
5 000
13 049 923 64 404 468 712 12 515 080 1 727
Of which *
200 000 Conditional grant to provinces
* 12 311 322 Departmental agencies and accounts
15 000 Higher education institutions
2 000 1 000
Non-profit institutions
* 19 023 * 69 843 * 15 561 * 79 921
1 410
93 515 50 567 37 036 4 438 1 474
Of which Non-profit institutions
320 718 182 768
the third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research 2 000
Network on Drug Use 450
18 925 780 104 722 81 224 17 730 004 1 009 830
Of which *
979 862 Conditional grants to provinces
* 2 321 788 * 10 168 235 * 5 239 981
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
3 HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis, Maternal and Child Health Develop national policy, and coordinate and fund health programmes for HIV and AIDS and sexually transmitted infections, tuberculosis, maternal and child
policies, strengthen systems, set norms and standards, and monitor programme implementation.
4 Primary Health Care Services Develop and oversee the implementation of legislation, policies, systems, and norms and standards for: a uniform district health system, environmental health, managing communicable and non-communicable diseases, health promotion, and nutrition.
5 Hospitals, Tertiary Health Services and Human Resource Development Develop policies, delivery models and clinical protocols for hospitals and emergency medical services. Ensure alignment of academic medical centres with health workforce programmes.
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 Provide overall management of the department and centralised support services.
2 National Health Insurance, Health Planning and Systems Enablement Improve access to quality health services through the development and implementation of policies to achieve universal coverage, health financing reform, integrated health systems planning, reporting, monitoring and evaluation, and for research.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
865 284 148 717 122 435 590 444 3 688
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
125 280 446 331 4 751
Non-profit institutions 10 867
Social security funds 3 215
17 36 866 681 426 540 183 994 36 252 470 3 677 Aim:
217 101 114 987 100 386 173 1 555
48 785 38 125 7 363 2 915 382
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
2 415
30 448 037 42 466 6 171 30 399 042 358
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
116 200 6 022 632 42 689 55 008
Higher education institutions
13 000 410 740
872 294 1 044 332 313 964 639 026 316 222 883 476 1 298 222 1 362 254 730 717 237 156 718 816 1 186 116 1 591 924 307 108 2 019 925 1 143 889 1 338 338 499 199 332 004 611 999 638 933 1 090 778 384 542 3 511 119
University of the Witwatersrand: New universities in Mpumalanga and the Northern Cape
159 000 500 000
Non-profit institutions
AIDS programme 7 420
2 Human Resource Development, Planning and Monitoring Coordination Provide strategic direction in the development, implementation and monitoring of departmental policies and the human resource development strategy for South Africa.
3 University Education Develop and coordinate policy and regulatory frameworks for an effective and efficient university education system. Provide financial support to universities, the National Student Financial Aid Scheme and national institutes for higher education.
6 Health Regulation and Compliance Management Regulate the procurement of medicines and pharmaceutical supplies, including food control, and the trade in health products and health technology. Promote accountability and compliance by regulatory bodies and public entities for effective governance and the quality of health care.
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 Provide overall management and administration of the department.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
6 042 177 157 734 56 624 5 827 173 646
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* 2 631 346 Non-profit institutions
3 195 827
110 581 73 228 13 450 23 167 736
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
23 167
18 2 527 292 966 516 587 447 942 351 30 978 Aim:
787 694 332 814 423 724 199 30 957
403 174 317 431 85 684 59
466 533 237 378 35 386 193 769
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
43 119 Non-profit institutions
238 275 337 10 152 122 332
Social security funds 17 278
869 891 78 893 42 653 748 324 21
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
687 096 27 447
Foreign governments and international organisations 15 716 745
Non-profit institutions 17 318
19 128 799 378 355 829 323 540 128 113 311 6 698 Aim:
275 065 152 651 119 773 2 641
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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 Provide leadership, management and support services to the department and the sector.
2 Inspection and Enforcement Services Realise decent work by regulating non-employment and employment conditions through inspection and enforcement to achieve compliance with all labour market policies.
3 Public Employment Services Provide assistance to companies and workers to adjust to changing labour market conditions and to regulate private employment agencies.
4 Labour Policy and Industrial Relations Facilitate the establishment of an equitable and sound labour relations
labour matters through research, analysing and evaluating labour policy, and providing statistical data on the labour market and providing support to institutions that promote social dialogue.
5 Skills Development Promote and monitor the national skills development strategy. Develop a skills development policy and regulatory framework for an effective skills development system.
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 Provide management, strategic and administrative support services to the ministry and the department.
4 Vocational and Continuing Education and Training Plan, develop, evaluate, monitor and maintain national policy, programmes, assessment practices and systems for vocational and continuing education and training, including further education and training colleges and post- literacy adult education and training.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
120 952 101 120 952 101
Of which Households
49 821 677 5 802 18 957 448 5 950 660 2 259 346 43 428 252 277 081 251 835
6 662 596 49 103 43 288 6 568 889 1 316
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
6 492 173 75 416
Foreign governments and international organisations 1 250
586 450 90 653 126 384 367 410 2 003
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* 29 000 Departmental agencies and accounts
264 000 Non-profit institutions
and support for people with HIV and AIDS 374 50 986
1 726 2 760 2 277 3 586 7 241 1 283 3 905
323 166 63 422 34 095 224 911 738
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
178 337 Foreign governments and international organisations
300 50 200
Higher education institutions 200 200
Households 41 000
Non-profit institutions 1 000
Transformation of burial societies 1 113
and support for people with HIV and AIDS 562
development and creating sustainable livelihoods 611 200
20 970 404 103 022 166 443 698 772 2 167 Aim:
131 317 70 099 58 975 76 2 167
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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 Manage the department and provide overall strategic and administrative support services.
3 Social Security Policy and Administration Provide for social security policy development and fair administration of social assistance.
4 Welfare Services Policy Development and Implementation Support Create an enabling environment for the delivery of equitable developmental welfare services through the formulation of policies, norms and standards, and best practices, and support to implementing agencies.
5 Social Policy and Integrated Service Delivery Support community development and promote evidence based policy making in the department and the social development sector.
2 Social Assistance Provide social assistance to eligible individuals in terms of the Social Assistance Act (2004) and its regulations.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
615 197 16 266 37 966 560 965
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* 525 632 Non-profit institutions
35 333
91 322 8 786 55 605 26 931
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
18 504 Non-profit institutions
Support for athletes 8 427
122 167 4 186 7 181 110 800
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
7 945 Non-profit institutions
102 855
10 401 3 685 6 716
21 19 721 111 13 315 604 5 269 891 81 832 1 053 784 Aim:
3 622 855 2 613 154 822 300 17 039 170 362
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
Operations 8 910
12 299 037 8 465 592 2 938 621 64 111 830 713
Of which :
* and other facilities 605 757
* 207 203
1 165 763 829 294 291 980 53 44 436
1 747 226 657 692 1 082 035 535 6 964
886 230 749 872 134 955 94 1 309
22 42 831 234 21 980 247 12 490 888 7 838 159 521 940 Aim:
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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
3 Rehabilitation Provide offenders with needs based programmes and interventions to facilitate their rehabilitation and enable their social reintegration.
4 Care Provide needs based care services aimed at maintaining the personal
5 Social Reintegration
supervision of offenders placed under the system of community corrections and the facilitation of their social reintegration into communities.
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 Provide administrative support and strategic leadership to the department.
2 Incarceration Provide appropriate services and well maintained physical infrastructure that support safe and secure conditions of detention consistent with the human dignity of inmates, personnel and the public. Provide for the profiling of inmates and the compilation of needs based correctional sentence plans, administration and interventions.
3 Winning Nation Support the development of elite athletes.
4 Sport Support Develop and maintain an integrated support system to enhance the delivery of sport and recreation.
5 Infrastructure Support Regulate and manage the provision of sport and recreation facilities.
2 Active Nation Support the provision of mass participation opportunities in sport and recreation.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
4 866 527 1 550 223 2 738 391 546 556 31 357
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
Operations 22 603 *
Veterans' benefits 504 160
3 436 958 1 659 160 1 298 748 293 445 185 605
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
weapon systems and technology 276 853 Public corporations
and disposal services in terms of defence matériel, including research 8 000
13 854 866 9 505 638 2 044 620 2 216 998 87 610
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
weapon systems and technology 2 142 447 Public corporations
and disposal services in terms of defence matériel, including research 49 728
7 166 896 2 983 184 2 050 790 2 129 109 3 813
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
weapon systems and technology 2 111 433
3 678 505 1 803 144 980 861 873 692 20 808
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
weapon systems and technology 648 874 Public corporations
and disposal services in terms of defence matériel, including research 208 619
3 849 063 2 670 763 1 120 720 29 543 28 037
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
weapon systems and technology 15 357
792 112 296 867 31 701 458 734 4 810
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
455 502
5 186 307 1 511 268 2 225 057 1 290 082 159 900
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
weapon systems and technology 442 783 Public corporations
and disposal services in terms of defence matériel, including research 829 904
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
6 Military Health Support Provide prepared and supported health capabilities and services for the defence and protection of South Africa.
7 Defence Intelligence Provide defence intelligence and counter intelligence capability.
8 General Support Provide general support capabilities and services to the department.
3 Landward Defence Provide prepared and supported landward defence capabilities for the defence and protection of South Africa.
4 Air Defence Provide prepared and supported air defence capabilities for the defence and protection of South Africa.
5 Maritime Defence Provide prepared and supported maritime defence capabilities for the defence and protection of South Africa.
1 Administration Develop policy, and provide management and administration for the
the Department of Military Veterans.
2 Force Employment Provide and employ defence capabilities, including an operational capability, to successfully conduct all operations as well as joint, interdepartmental and multinational military exercises.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
23 234 719 162 348 68 942 496 2 933 Aim:
73 213 39 241 32 626 487 859
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
Operations 487
151 078 114 353 34 874 9 1 842
5 712 5 135 564 13
4 716 3 619 878 219
24 15 161 871 7 507 388 4 158 878 2 165 957 1 329 648 Aim:
1 853 532 512 661 1 319 239 6 196 15 436
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
Operations 5 931
6 060 487 3 581 180 1 558 368 28 390 892 549
Of which *
court infrastructure 844 463
924 950 778 883 130 227 7 391 8 449
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
5 818
3 252 872 2 634 664 529 885 15 538 72 785
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
Operations 7 818
3 070 030 621 159 2 108 442 340 429
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* 1 465 908 * 296 813 * 217 584 * 128 136
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 National Prosecuting Authority Provide a coordinated prosecuting service that: ensures justice is delivered to the victims of crime through general and specialised prosecutions; removes the profit from crime; and protects certain witnesses.
5 Auxiliary and Associated Services
Fund transfer payments to public entities, constitutional institutions and the
1 Administration Manage the department, develop policies and strategies for the efficient administration of justice, and provide centralised support services.
2 Court Services Facilitate the resolution of criminal and civil cases and family law disputes by providing accessible, efficient and quality administrative support to the courts and managing court facilities.
3 State Legal Services Provide legal and legislative services to government. Supervise the registration of trusts and the administration of deceased and insolvent estates
and promote legislation, facilitate constitutional development and undertake research in support of this.
3 Legal Services Manage and facilitate the provision of investigation advisory services, and provide legal, civil and labour litigation services.
4 Compliance Monitoring and Stakeholder Management Safeguard the principles of cooperative governance and stakeholder relations. Monitor and evaluate the relevance and appropriateness of recommendations made to the South African Police Service and the Municipal Police Services in terms of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate Act (2011).
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.
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 Provide for the overall management of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate and support services, including strategic support to the directorate.
2 Investigation and Information Management
development of policy and strategic frameworks that guide and report on investigations.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
25 72 507 243 54 210 025 14 714 418 737 145 2 845 655 Aim:
15 304 042 9 169 562 4 310 158 468 389 1 355 933
Of which *
infrastructure 672 240 Departmental agencies and accounts
Operations 34 020 * 99 798
Households
28 890 115 209
instituted against the department 185 062
37 008 813 28 881 477 7 002 360 193 142 931 834
Of which Households
124 804
for awaiting trial detainees 48 440 Non-profit institutions
1 000
15 242 695 11 719 582 2 973 485 61 266 488 362
Of which Households
53 707
2 880 793 2 571 653 261 666 9 832 37 642
Of which Households
7 742 1 240
2 070 900 1 867 751 166 749 4 516 31 884
Of which Households
3 836
26 6 692 383 1 697 911 856 230 1 169 4 035 434 101 639 Aim:
694 570 369 727 300 646 16 795 7 402
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
Operations 1 716 15 000 42
Municipal bank accounts 37
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership, management and support services to the department.
4 Crime Intelligence Manage crime intelligence and analyse crime information, and provide technical support for investigations and crime prevention operations.
5 Protection and Security Services Provide protection and security services to all identified dignitaries and government interests.
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 Develop policy and manage the department, including providing administrative support. Provide for the functions of the Civilian Secretariat for Police.
2 Visible Policing Enable police stations to institute and preserve safety and security, and
borders.
3 Detective Services Enable the investigative work of the South African Police Service, including providing support to investigators in terms of forensic evidence and the criminal record centre.
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.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
2 199 796 409 126 154 987 1 627 286 8 397
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* 460 625 Departmental agencies and accounts
921 456 107 695
Municipal bank accounts 10
Non-profit institutions 10 000
Public corporations
facility 127 500
1 711 095 125 078 149 257 1 396 241 40 519
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* * 949 591 * 358 545 * 58 711
Departmental agencies and accounts 15 927
training for technologists 600 Higher education institutions
scale processing plant engineering 750 4 000
Households 131
Institute 1 391 100
Municipal bank accounts 214
Non-profit institutions
students 2 660 Private enterprises
of Agricultural Products Act (1996) 1 Public corporations
3 620
294 223 88 507 43 728 161 606 382
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
36 005
skills for emerging farmers 1 825 Foreign governments and international organisations
World Forest Congress 3 426 558
6 380 530 210 100 19 000 2 015 210 50 185 80 645 1 221 65 25
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 Trade Promotion and Market Access Ensure value chain integration, and facilitate market access for agriculture, forestry and fisheries products.
2 Agricultural Production, Health and Food Safety Manage the risks associated with animal diseases, plant pests and genetically modified organisms. Registration of products used in agriculture. Promote food safety and create an enabling environment for increased and sustainable agricultural production.
3 Food Security and Agrarian Reform Facilitate and promote food security and agrarian reform programmes and initiatives.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
Municipal bank accounts 20
Public corporations
of black economic empowerment 85 348 3 708
1 364 923 529 028 207 612 1 169 582 175 44 939
Of which Conditional grants to provinces
* Development 67 837
* 493 761
Departmental agencies and accounts
management 3 000 Higher education institutions
programme 2 322 Households
265 Municipal bank accounts
127 600
Non-profit institutions 6 024 400 7 839
427 776 176 445 251 331
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
6 745 180 251 64 335
27 1 593 427 204 599 298 839 1 084 520 5 469 Aim:
216 399 88 801 125 545 264 1 789
36 817 13 027 7 060 16 161 569
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
3 555 10 826 710 680 109 281
98 029 63 175 33 707 1 147
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
3 Policy, Research and Capacity Development Develop ICT policies and legislation that support the development of an ICT sector that creates favourable conditions for the accelerated and shared growth of the economy. Develop strategies that increase the uptake and use of ICT by the majority of the South African population in order to bridge the digital divide.
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 Provide strategic support and overall management of the department.
2 International Affairs
5 Forestry Develop and facilitate the implementation of policies and targeted programmes to ensure proper management of forests, and the sustainable use and protection of land and water. Manage agricultural risks and disasters.
6 Fisheries Promote the development, management, monitoring and sustainable use of marine living resources and the development of the fisheries sector.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
719 182 10 694 11 593 696 290 605
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
376 221 37 859 65 376 49 988 1 678
Public corporations
47 413 97 199 9 373 11 183
523 000 28 902 120 934 371 805 1 359
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* 240 000 Public corporations
69 805 *
migration project 62 000
28 696 860 107 806 52 969 533 892 2 193 Aim:
79 460 42 407 34 860 2 193
23 075 17 026 6 049
579 064 37 224 7 948 533 892
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
188 127 18 100 85 061
Public corporations 242 604
15 261 11 149 4 112
29 7 415 639 291 947 226 387 6 892 110 5 195 Aim:
244 122 132 787 105 766 374 5 195
52 583 35 495 17 088
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
1 Administration Provide strategic support and management services to the department.
2 Energy Policy and Planning Ensure evidence based planning, policy setting and investment decisions in the energy sector to improve the security of energy supply, regulation and competition.
3 Economic Planning and Coordination Promote economic planning and coordination by developing economic planning proposals. Provide oversight and policy coordination of identified development finance institutions and economic regulatory bodies. Contribute to the development of the green economy.
4 Economic Development and Dialogue Promote social dialogue; implement strategic frameworks; build capacity among social partners; and promote productivity, entrepreneurship and innovation in the workplace.
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.
Economic Development Promote economic development policy formulation and planning for the benefit of all South Africans.
1 Administration Coordinate and render an effective, efficient, strategic support and administrative service to the minister, deputy minister, director general, the department and its agencies.
2 Economic Policy Development Strengthen the economic development capacity of government. Review and develop the alignment of economic development policies. Develop policies aimed at broadening participation in the economy and creating decent work opportunities.
4 ICT Enterprise Development and SOE Oversight
entities. Facilitate growth and development of small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) in the ICT sector.
5 ICT Infrastructure Support Promote investment in robust, reliable, secure and affordable ICT infrastructure that supports the provision of a multiplicity of applications and services.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
82 745 50 347 32 398
4 199 212 35 343 14 553 4 149 316
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* 1 104 658 Private enterprises
* electrification service providers 96 621 Public corporations
* Grant
2 948 037
850 502 20 100 23 972 806 430
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
33 331 366
Foreign governments and international organisations 12 055
Public corporations
491 881 268 797
1 986 475 17 875 32 610 1 935 990
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* 136 905 Departmental agencies and accounts
51 685 * 103 000
8 000 Public corporations
* 1 636 400
30 5 668 386 752 176 1 199 067 3 675 700 41 443 Aim:
653 363 277 582 358 997 12 890 3 894
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
12 890
122 573 90 800 30 897 876
357 432 82 059 262 158 13 215
227 708 48 100 24 717 153 889 1 002
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
152 489 Non-profit institutions
1 400
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
3 Oceans and Coasts Promote, manage and provide strategic leadership on oceans and coastal conservation.
4 Climate Change and Air Quality Formulate policies, and administer legislation and implement systems to improve regulation, monitoring and compliance regarding climate change and air quality.
Environmental Affairs
towards a better quality of life for all.
1 Administration Provide leadership, strategic centralised administration and executive support and corporate services. Facilitate, environmental education and awareness and effective cooperative governance, and international relations.
2 Legal, Authorisations and Compliance Promote the environmental legal regime and licensing system.
4 Electrification and Energy Programme and Project Management Manage, coordinate and monitor programmes and projects focused on access to energy.
5 Nuclear Energy Manage the South African nuclear energy industry and control nuclear materials in terms of international obligations; and nuclear energy legislation and policies to ensure the peaceful use of nuclear energy.
6 Clean Energy Manage and facilitate the development and implementation of clean and renewable energy initiatives as well as energy efficiency and demand side management initiatives.
3 Petroleum and Petroleum Products Regulation Manage the regulation of petroleum and petroleum products to ensure the optimum and orderly functioning of the petroleum industry to achieve
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
636 753 58 155 45 278 532 668 652
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
30 610 226 203
244 067 30 001
Non-profit institutions
Transfrontier Park 1 287 500
3 598 347 155 651 456 212 2 965 228 21 256
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
upgrading of infrastructure 315 854
and upgrading of infrastructure 66 504 30 000
upgrading of infrastructure 101 397 Households
553 186 762 795 467 730
183 721 175 927 58 114
Public corporations
Green Fund projects 250 000
72 210 39 829 20 808 11 025 548
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
implementation of waste management projects 11 025
31 30 521 392 390 000 433 883 28 728 251 969 258 Aim:
425 905 191 709 231 479 2 717
89 396 63 562 24 145 1 113 576
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
1 113
298 475 117 006 171 962 8 391 1 116
Of which *
to municipalities for informal settlements upgrading 87 400 Higher education institutions
of the degree on human settlements 3 906 Households
programme 4 485
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership, and administrative and management support services to the department.
2 Human Settlements Policy, Strategy and Planning Manage the development of and compliance with human settlements sector delivery and intergovernmental relations frameworks, and oversee integrated human settlements strategic and planning services.
3 Programme Delivery Support Support the execution of human settlement programmes and projects, oversee the implementation of the household sanitation programme, monitor and evaluate the implementation of the human settlement programme, manage the building of capacity and skills in the sector and provide oversight of public entities reporting to the Minister of Human Settlements.
6 Environmental Programmes Implement expanded public works and green economy projects in the environmental sector.
7 Chemicals and Waste Management Formulate policies and administer legislation regarding the use of chemicals and waste management to improve the regulation, monitoring, compliance and enforcement.
Human Settlements Facilitate the creation of sustainable human settlements and the improvement to household quality of life.
5 Biodiversity and Conservation Ensure the regulation and management of biodiversity, heritage and conservation matters in a manner that facilitates sustainable economic growth and development.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
29 707 616 17 723 6 297 28 718 747 964 849
Of which * 65 500 * 899 177
Conditional grant to provinces * 17 084 369
Conditional grants to local government * 10 284 684 * 47 624 * 300 000
Departmental agencies and accounts 101 047 40 000
33 480 827 543
32 1 471 291 476 757 265 582 717 934 11 018 Aim:
284 174 147 121 125 485 1 313 10 255
Of which Households
1 059 254
167 970 129 454 32 723 5 197 596
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
5 197
231 365 142 343 41 179 47 810 33
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
47 810
787 782 57 839 66 195 663 614 134
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
260 083 27 756
Private enterprises
solutions 19 080 Public corporations
of small scale mining projects 18 239
288 377 50 079
33 9 455 305 2 195 839 1 353 760 5 881 659 24 047 Aim:
1 169 693 684 707 450 130 25 397 9 459
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
3 401 Households
and mapping 21 883 Municipal bank accounts
113
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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.
1 Administration Provide corporate management services. Oversee departmental capital works. Provide bursaries to non-employees.
2 Promotion of Mine Safety and Health Ensure the safe mining of minerals under healthy working conditions.
3 Mineral Regulation Regulate the minerals and mining sector to promote economic development, employment, and ensure transformation and environmental compliance.
4 Mineral Policy and Promotion
minerals industries to attract investment.
4 Housing Development Finance Fund and monitor the delivery of all housing and human settlements programmes and manage all matters related to improving access to housing finance and developing partnerships with the financial sector.
Mineral Resources Promote and regulate the minerals and mining sector for transformation, growth and development. Ensure that all South Africans derive sustainable
1 Administration Provide strategic support and management services to the department.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
774 865 480 805 168 165 117 764 8 131
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
113 194 Foreign governments and international organisations
Operations 1 450 Households
80 Municipal bank accounts
20 Non-profit institutions
3 020
2 011 619 553 194 402 899 1 051 608 3 918
Of which Households
662 546 389 062
2 680 742 235 977 128 006 2 314 690 2 069
Of which Households
253 2 314 426
Municipal bank accounts 11
2 818 386 241 156 204 560 2 372 200 470
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
to communities on communal land 17 294 1 934 628
Households 420 258
Municipal bank accounts 19
34 6 470 190 283 818 202 905 5 981 158 2 309 Aim:
290 960 137 041 139 523 12 087 2 309
Of which Non-profit institutions
12 087
991 623 41 976 21 947 927 700
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
Energy Grand Challenge: Research 33 796 22 596 28 640 40 000 118 298
Research and development 11 592 380 717
research and development 3 790
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 Overall management of the department. Ensure that organisations funded by the department comply with good corporate governance and that their activities are aligned with the strategic focus of the national system of innovation. Monitor and evaluate the performance of the science councils.
2 Technology Innovation Promote the realisation of commercial products, processes and services from research and development outputs, through the implementation of enabling policy instruments.
3 Rural Development Catalyse, initiate, facilitate, and coordinate the implementation of a comprehensive rural development programme leading to sustainable and vibrant rural communities.
4 Restitution Settle land restitution claims under the Restitution of Land Rights Act (1994) and provide settlement support to beneficiaries.
5 Land Reform Provide sustainable land reform programmes in South Africa.
2 National Geomatics Management Services Provide geospatial information, cadastral surveys, deeds registration, spatial planning, and other technical services in support of sustainable land development.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
Higher education institutions 15 000
34 428 60 772
Non-profit institutions 6 205
strategy implementation 34 156 41 706 3 353
Public corporations
areas 52 876 39 775
119 699 43 418 21 677 54 604
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
science development 12 935 Non-profit institutions
agreements for global science development 8 120 Public corporations
cooperation 33 549
3 503 762 27 502 10 168 3 466 092
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
13 319 9 976 551 928
resources in science 451 879 158 133 21 577
851 186
participation in science 65 955 470 736
13 205 647 793
Higher education institutions 6 360
Public corporations Cyberinfrastructure
research and development 204 045
1 564 146 33 881 9 590 1 520 675
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
276 010 113 264 107 563 6 850 10 057 32 395
research and development 37 751 Public corporations
825 740 48 281
projects and programmes 19 258 43 506
3 International Cooperation and Resources Develop, promote and manage international relationships, opportunities and science and technology agreements that both strengthen the national system of innovation and enable an exchange of knowledge, capacity and resources between South Africa and its regional and international partners.
4 Research, Development and Support Provide an enabling environment for research and knowledge production that promotes strategic development of basic sciences and priority science areas, through science promotion, human capital development, the provision of research infrastructure and relevant research support, in pursuit of South
5 Socio-Economic Innovation Partnerships Enhance the growth and development priorities of government through targeted science, technology and innovation interventions and the development of strategic partnerships with all levels of government, industry, research institutions, and communities.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
35 1 662 110 233 277 147 002 1 272 557 9 274 Aim:
221 819 114 633 101 804 5 382
925 162 32 032 12 227 880 029 874
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
876 309 Higher education institutions
3 720
51 916 34 685 10 446 5 864 921
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
3 518 2 346
463 213 51 927 22 525 386 664 2 097
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
3 630 2 000
Households 196 584 66 200 94 250
Non-profit institutions 23 000 500 500
36 9 835 029 916 869 619 562 8 274 464 24 134 Aim:
706 946 280 949 413 510 2 474 10 013
147 197 81 996 20 552 43 768 881
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
Membership fees 4 473 10 624 1 030
Public corporations
development initiatives 20 689
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership to the department and its entities to ensure the use of sustainable and integrated resource solutions and services that are customer driven, including conducting research on industrial development, growth and equity.
2 International Trade and Economic Development Build an equitable global trading system that facilitates development by strengthening trade and investment links with key economies and fostering African development, including regional and continental integration and
Development.
3 International Tourism
4 Domestic Tourism Promote the development and growth of sustainable 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
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 Provide strategic support and management services to the department.
2 Policy and Knowledge Services Ensure strategic policy development, monitoring and evaluation, research and knowledge management services.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
1 005 777 75 234 30 572 899 305 666
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
for industry programme 165 573
498 282 126 368
Higher education institutions
economic development 15 747 Public corporations
entrepreneurs 11 190 55 152
1 796 824 102 646 26 381 1 667 043 754
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
35 712 109 734
91 564 111 000
Foreign governments and international organisations
Membership fees 5 592 Non-profit institutions
30 000
the tool, die and mould manufacturing industry 67 700 16 748 6 000
Public corporations
22 500 55 179 14 243
723 370 156 239
220 078 1 381
277 256 49 562 22 426 204 968 300
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
13 313 53 376 40 164 63 845 29 797
Foreign governments and international organisations 4 473
5 540 281 158 393 31 652 5 340 236 10 000
Of which Private enterprises
support black business suppliers 400 000 190 000 240 000 570 000 450 000
development zone studies 200 000
foreign investors 3 290 236
4 Industrial Development Design and implement policies, strategies and programmes to develop the manufacturing and related sectors of the economy. Contribute to the direct and indirect creation of decent jobs. Add value and enhance competitiveness in both domestic and export markets.
5 Consumer and Corporate Regulation Develop and implement coherent, predictable and transparent regulatory solutions, that facilitate easy access to redress and efficient regulation for economic citizens.
6 Incentive Development and Administration Stimulate and facilitate the development of sustainable, competitive enterprises through the efficient provision of effective and accessible incentive measures that support national priorities.
3 Broadening Participation Develop policies and strategies that create an enabling environment for small, medium and micro enterprises, and enhance the competitiveness of local and provincial economies to achieve equity, growth and job creation.
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Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
360 748 168 089 74 469 116 670 1 520
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations
(World Bank): Feasibility studies 3 150
businesses to build a long term sustainable export strategy 3 150 Public corporations
110 370
37 48 726 518 383 381 584 737 47 754 194 4 206 Aim:
382 860 172 806 196 572 11 182 2 300
Of which Higher education institutions
for transport study students and support for critical transport programmes 10 790
81 184 39 382 41 573 229
15 034 556 20 770 15 909 14 997 804 73
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
51 504 Public corporations
3 887 342 11 058 958
21 645 287 50 599 49 058 21 544 976 654
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* * 7 956 245 * 602 251 * 803 002
Conditional grant to local government * 75 223
Departmental agencies and accounts 15 300 176 008
3 736 149 7 515 300
* 665 498
148 271 36 060 75 586 36 198 427
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
investigations 19 239
coordination centre 6 887 Foreign governments and international organisations
4 307 3 721 438
Non-profit institutions 1 298
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
5 Civil Aviation Facilitate through regulation and investigation, the development of an economically viable air transport industry that is safe, secure, environmentally friendly and compliant with international standards. Oversee the aviation public entities.
2 Integrated Transport Planning Manage and facilitate national sector strategic planning. Formulate policies and strategies. Coordinate regional and inter-sphere relations, including providing economic modelling and analysis of the sector.
3 Rail Transport Facilitate and coordinate the development of sustainable rail transport policies, infrastructure development strategies, and economic and safety regulations. Support and monitor the oversight of rail public entities and the implementation of integrated rail services.
4 Road Transport Develop and manage an integrated road infrastructure network. Regulate road transport and ensure safer roads. Oversee the road entities.
7 Trade and Investment South Africa Increase export capacity and support direct investment flows through an effectively managed network of foreign trade offices and strategies for targeted markets.
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 Provide leadership, strategic management and administrative support to the department through continued refinement of organisational strategy and structure, in line with appropriate legislation and best practice.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
110 589 22 123 69 651 18 468 347
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
16 852 Foreign governments and international organisations
1 324 292
11 323 771 41 641 136 388 11 145 566 176
Of which Conditional grants to local government
* 4 968 029 * 902 817
Conditional grant to provinces * 4 832 709
Households
their old taxis 423 604 Non-profit institutions
18 407
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
13 293 Departmental agencies and accounts
2 641 Non-profit institutions
900
597 808 238 526 314 018 26 45 238
Of which Non-profit institutions
23
2 919 422 2 919 422
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* 164 245 * 2 570 909
Foreign governments and international organisations *
Development Bank of Southern Africa 184 268
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
3 Water Infrastructure Management 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.
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 Provide policy leadership, advice and core management and administrative support services.
2 Water Sector Management
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.
6 Maritime Transport Coordinate the development of a safe, reliable and economically viable maritime transport sector through the development of policies and strategies, and monitoring of the implementation plan. Oversee the maritime public entities.
7 Public Transport Transform land transport systems by developing norms and standards, regulations, and legislation. Develop empowerment systems within the public transport sector. Facilitate institutional, planning and capacitation to guide the provision of sustainable integrated public transport networks in both urban and rural areas. Regulate national transport services. Improve the management of scholar transport.
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
7 782 702 661 581 616 483 1 576 269 4 928 369
Of which * 82 168 56 845 2 000 * 17 670 69 582 3 986 896 * 524 826
Conditional grants to local government * 449 558 * 534 150
Households
farmers from historically disadvantaged groups 10 415 *
1 000 Municipal bank accounts
399 Public corporations
* plants and downstream infrastructure 150 000
* Infrastructure 70 000
* 216 800 * 143 200
Non-profit institutions Baswa le Metsee 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
556 98 264
Departmental agencies and accounts 3
39 Aim:
40 Aim:
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Small Business Development Promote the development of small businesses that contribute to inclusive growth and job creation
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership, management and support services to the department.
6 International Water Cooperation 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.
Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Improve government service delivery through planning, performance monitoring and evaluation.
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership, management and support services to the department.
4 Regional Implementation and Support
and objectives at the regional level, including the establishment of water resource management institutions. Facilitate water conservation and demand
5 Water Sector Regulation 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).
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SCHEDULE Vote Current Payments Transfers and
Subsidies Payments for Capital
Assets
Payments for
Financial Assets
Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services
Other
41 Aim:
42 Aim:
43 Aim:
TOTAL 635 349 395 120 429 873 60 484 105 50 291 433 125 477 17 689 140 3 570 509
Women
economic rights, empowerment and equality through mainstreaming, monitoring and evaluation.
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership, management and support services to the department.
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership, management and support services to the department.
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.
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership, management and support services to the department.
Telecommunications and Postal Services Develop information and communication technology (ICT) and postal services policies and legislation that support infrastructure development to create favourable conditions for accelerated and shared sustainable economic growth that positively impacts on the wellbeing of all South Africans.
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