Adjustments Appropriation Act

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Adjustments Appropriation Act
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Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Vol. 582 Cape Town 10 December 2013 No. 37147
THE PRESIDENCY
No. 995 10 December 2013 It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:– Act No. 27 of 2013: Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2013

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ACT To effect adjustments to the appropriation of money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State in respect of the 2013/2014 financial year; and to provide for matters incidental thereto.
PREAMBLE
WHEREAS section 213(2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, provides that money may be withdrawn from the National Revenue Fund only in terms of an appropriation by an Act of Parliament;
WHEREAS the Appropriation Act, 2013 (Act No. 9 of 2013), provides for the appropriation of money from the National Revenue Fund to provide for the requirements of the State in respect of the 2013/2014 financial year;
ANDWHEREAS section 12(1) and (2) of the Money Bills Amendment Procedure and Related Matters Act, 2009 (Act No. 9 of 2009), provides for the tabling of a national adjustments budget, as envisaged in section 30 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999), and an adjustments appropriation Bill, to make adjustments to the appropriations in an Appropriation Act,
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa,as follows:— Interpretation
1. In thisAct, unless the context indicates otherwise, any word or expression ascribed a meaning in the Appropriation Act, 2013 (Act No. 9 of 2013), or the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999), bears the meaning so ascribed.
Adjustments to appropriations of money for requirements of State
2. (1) Adjustments to appropriations by Parliament of money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State in respect of the 2013/2014 financial year to votes and main divisions within a vote, and amendments to the purposes specified, are set out in the Schedule to this Act. (2) The spending of appropriations contemplated in subsection (1) is subject to the
provisions of this Act and the Public Finance Management 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
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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, 2013 (Act No. 2 of 2013).
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 for—
(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.
Delegations and authorisations
6. (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 7; 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; (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
7. 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
8. This Act is called the Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2013.
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Vote
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
1 3 025 (14 401) 314 11 062 Aim:
345 25 (9 958) 286 9 992
(345) 3 000 (4 443) 28 1 070
2 (2 700) 360 2 340 Aim:
(4 900) (1 700) (3 200)
7 760 7 760
(5 200) (1 000) (4 200)
2 340 2 340 Of which Non-profit institutions – Party Leadership Support: Contribution to political parties for party leaders' remuneration 2 340
3 206 216 33 464 24 518 149 034 (1 600) 800 Aim:
896 8 396 (8 300) 800
3 000 3 000 1 600 (1 600)
16 223 (3 000) (9 000) 28 223 Of which Households – Non-returning Local Government Councillors: Once-off gratuity to councillors whose term ended after the May 2011 elections 15 000 Municipal bank accounts
* – Local Government Equitable Share 13 223
120 340 2 000 118 340 Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – Municipal Disaster Recovery Grant 118 340
9 560 4 000 5 560
56 197 21 068 32 658 2 471 Of which
* – Community Work Programme: Work opportunities for historically marginalised communities 21 068 35 218 Conditional grant to local government
* – Municipal Infrastructure Grant 2 471
4 426 948 426 948 Aim:
5 517 5 517
421 431 421 431
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
2 National Planning
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
1 Administration
2 Legislation and Oversight
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
The Presidency Facilitate a common programme towards the achievement of the electoral mandate and the enhanced integrity of the State through considered planning, coordination, oversight, mobilisation and support.
1 Administration
1 Administration
2 Policy, Research and Knowledge Management
3 Governance and Intergovernmental Relations
5 Associated Services
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Improve cooperative governance across the three spheres of government in partnership with institutions of traditional leadership, to ensure that provinces and municipalities carry out their service delivery and development functions effectively.
3 Public and International Participation
Parliament Provide the support services required by Parliament to fulfil its constitutional functions, assist political parties represented in Parliament to secure administrative support and service constituents, and provide members of Parliament with the necessary facilities.
2 Citizen Affairs
Home Affairs Efficiently determine and safeguard the identity and status of citizens. Regulate immigration to ensure security, promote development and fulfil South Africa’s international obligations.
1 Administration
4 Disaster Response Management
5 Provincial and Municipal Government Systems
6 Infrastructure and Economic Development
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Vote
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
5 206 256 115 489 (48 287) 35 821 90 450 12 783 Aim:
(7 140) (55 744) 35 821 12 783
114 751 104 361 5 700 4 690
11 128 11 128 (1 467) 1 467
10 525 3 224 7 301 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 6 753
76 992 76 992 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – African Renaissance and International Cooperation Fund: Operations 8 500 – South African Development Partnership Agency: Operations 6 500 Foreign governments and international organisations – International Organisations: Membership fees
– African Union 17 500 – Southern African Development Community 21 492
– African Union Commission: Office of the Chairperson 22 000 – Humanitarian Aid: Contribution to humanitarian project 1 000
6 (23) 1 009 23 (1 009) Aim:
1 085 1 557 (536) 4 60
10 409 3 592 7 417 9 (609)
(7 793) (3 202) (4 365) 10 (236)
(3 701) (1 970) (1 507) (224)
7 5 225 5 225 8 008 (9 633) 1 625 Aim:
10 000 2 755 (2 755) 10 000
(2 275) 7 725 6 777 (6 777) (10 000)
(1 561) (64) 1 625 Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – Expanded Public Works Programme Integrated Grant for Municipalities 600 Conditional grant to provinces
* – Expanded Public Works Programme Integrated Grant for Provinces 1 000
(2 500) (2 500) 37 (37)
8 (1 655) 1 255 400 Aim:
874 (781) 1 255 400
(226) (226)
(532) (532)
(116) (116)
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
International Relations and Cooperation Formulate, coordinate, implement and manage South Africa’s foreign policy and international relations programmes.
1 Administration
2 Outcomes Monitoring and Evaluation
3 Monitoring and Evaluation Systems Coordination and Support
4 Public Diplomacy and Protocol Services
5 International Transfers
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Improve government service delivery through performance monitoring and evaluation.
1 Administration
2 International Relations
3 International Cooperation
Women, Children and People with Disabilities Drive, accelerate and oversee government’s equity, equality and empowerment agenda on women, children and people with disabilities, especially in poor and rural communities.
1 Administration
2 Immovable Asset Management
3 Expanded Public Works Programme
4 Property and Construction Industry Policy Regulation
4 Public Sector Oversight
Public Works Provide for and manage the accommodation, housing, land and infrastructure needs of national departments. Lead and direct the implementation of the national expanded public works programme. Promote growth, job creation and transformation in the construction and property industries.
1 Administration
2 Women, Empowerment and Gender Equality
3 Children's Rights and Responsibilities
4 Rights of People with Disabilities
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Vote
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
9 40 477 312 3 477 319 36 369 Aim:
48 857 568 12 060 63 36 166
(7 681) (11) (7 822) 11 141
(1 744) (110) (1 774) 110 30
1 045 (135) 1 013 135 32
10 (323 694) (51 056) 39 631 (323 936) 11 667 Aim:
14 738 (12 376) 15 289 1 746 10 079 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Finance, Accounting, Management, Consulting and Other Financial Services Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 1 658 – Communication: Radio and television licences (104)
(11 935) (12 030) (286) 95 286
(21 028) (21 578) (1 481) 2 031 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Financial and Fiscal Commission: Operations 800
(1 202) (1 202) (41) 41
10 134 1 354 7 124 595 1 061 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Accounting Standards Board: Operations 231
(20 544) (2 217) 6 805 (25 324) 192 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Common Monetary Area Compensation: Alignment to a common monetary policy (40 078) – Financial and Technical Support: Support for African relief programmes (4 882) – World Bank Group: Development assistance to low income countries and assistance in the multilateral debt relief initiative 17 859 – Institute for Economic Development and Planning: Formal training of policy makers 1 675
Of which Households – Civil Pensions: Civil pensions and benefits
– Post-Retirement Medical Scheme Contributions (30 000) – Political Office Bearers' Pension Fund (34 800) – Special Pensions (12 000) – Other benefits for pensioners 11 900
– Military Pensions: Ex-Servicemen – Military pension benefits and medical claims (106 000)
– Non-Statutory Forces: Dispensation for members who were integrated into the South African National Defence Force 170 900
(293 857) (3 007) 12 221 (303 120) 49 Of which Public corporations – Development Bank of Southern Africa: Employment Creation Facilitation Fund (303 150)
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Financial Intelligence Centre – Operations 5 000 – Capital 35 000
* – Secret Services Account: Operations (40 000)
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
3 Intergovernmental Coordination and Stakeholder Management
4 Communication Service Agency
National Treasury Support economic growth and development, good governance, social progress and rising living standards through the accountable, economical, efficient, equitable and sustainable management of public finances, maintenance of macroeconomic and financial sector stability, and effective financial regulation of the economy.
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.
1 Administration
2 Content Processing and Dissemination
7 Civil and Military Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits
8 Technical Support and Development Finance
4 Asset and Liability Management
5 Financial Systems and Accounting
6 International Financial Relations
1 Administration
2 Economic Policy, Tax, Financial Regulation and Research
3 Public Finance and Budget Management
10 Financial Intelligence and State Security
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
11 57 250 1 173 (1 228) 57 305 Aim:
3 900 4 036 (191) 55
(1 500) (1 284) (216)
54 850 (1 579) (821) 57 250 Of which Public corporations
* – Denel (Pty) Ltd: Contractual penalty 57 250
12 13 360 7 894 3 968 (364) 566 1 214 82 Aim:
(5 700) (280) (6 550) (182) 280 1 032
2 800 (185) 2 800 (39) 185 39
23 360 15 560 7 800 (26) 26
(3 100) (3 175) (17) 75 17
(2 042) (2 021) (82) (46) (21) 46 82
(1 958) (2 005) (54) 47 54 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management: Membership fees 42
13 3 942 (56 222) 52 510 (1 470) 3 017 6 107 Aim:
42 389 (21 583) 62 240 (147) 425 1 454 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 2
(3 131) (657) (2 932) (76) 318 216 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences (2)
(2 314) (3 798) 1 058 (49) 6 469
(6 300) (4 662) (2 356) (21) 108 631
(3 221) (465) 858 (683) 804 (3 735)
3 621 3 699 (6 966) (451) 354 6 985
(27 102) (28 756) 608 (43) 1 002 87
14 11 836 (11 836) Aim:
(89 418) (89 418) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Performing Arts Institutions: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure (46 009) – Performing Arts Projects: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure (43 409)
3 297 (3 297) Of which Households – Language Development Projects: Facilitation of public funds for language projects (3 297)
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
1 Administration
2 Human Resource Management and Development
3 Labour Relations and Remuneration Management
2 Legal and Governance
3 Portfolio Management and Strategic Partnerships
Public Service and Administration Lead the modernisation of the public service, through a generally applicable framework of norms and standards, to improve service delivery.
Public Enterprises Drive investment, productivity and transformation in the department's portfolio of state owned companies, to unlock growth, drive industrialisation, create jobs and develop skills.
1 Administration
3 Population and Social Statistics
4 Methodology and Standards
5 Statistical Support and Informatics
Statistics South Africa Provide a relevant and accurate body of statistics by applying internationally acclaimed practices to inform users on the dynamics in the economy and society.
1 Administration
2 Economic Statistics
4 Public Sector Information and Communication Technology Management
5 Service Delivery and Organisational Transformation
6 Governance and International Relations
2 Performing Arts
3 National Language Services
6 Corporate Relations
7 Survey Operations
Arts and Culture Contribute to sustainable economic development, job creation and social cohesion through developing, preserving and promoting South African arts, culture and heritage nationally and internationally.
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Vote
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
7 100 (7 100) Of which Households – Cultural Industries: Facilitation of public funds for cultural projects (7 100)
32 797 32 797 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Heritage Institutions: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure (50 033) – Heritage Legacy Projects: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 82 830
56 621 1 439 55 182 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Archives: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 69 485 – Libraries: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure (12 864) Households – Conserve Archival Material Projects: Facilitation of public funds for archive projects (1 439)
15 27 350 (921) 9 023 18 271 977 Aim:
7 571 3 396 3 722 55 398
527 400 55 72
(4 942) (5 722) (38) 780 38
5 080 (3 396) 5 513 2 603 360 Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Education Infrastructure Grant 12 603 Non-profit institutions – National Initiative to Improve Learning Outcomes: Implementation of pilot projects (10 000)
19 114 4 401 (229) 14 833 109 Of which Conditional grants to provinces
* – Technical Secondary Schools Recapitalisation Grant 10 680 * – Dinaledi Schools Grant 4 067
16 (178 541) (8 347) 189 212 (359 406) Aim:
10 066 10 866 (1 947) 787 360 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 720 – Public Service Education and Training Authority: Operations 67
(3 028) (743) (2 285)
9 822 (1 129) (6 000) 16 951 Of which Non-profit institutions – Soul City: Operations 6 000 Departmental agencies and accounts – South African National AIDS Council: Operations 10 951
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 Cultural Development
5 Heritage Promotion
6 National Archives and Library Services
3 Teachers, Education Human Resources and Institutional Development
4 Planning, Information and Assessment
5 Educational Enrichment Services
Basic Education Develop, maintain and support a South African school education system for the 21 st century.
1 Administration
2 Curriculum Policy, Support and Monitoring
3 HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis, Maternal and Child Health
Health Provide leadership and coordination of health services to promote the health of all people in South Africa through an accessible, caring and high quality health system based on the primary health care approach.
1 Administration
2 National Health Insurance, Health Planning and Systems Enablement
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
(10 131) (7 131) (3 200) 200 Of which Non-profit institutions – Public Health Association of South Africa: Conference 100 – Inter-Academy Medical Panel: Conference 100
(191 368) (932) (1 944) 171 274 (359 766) Of which
* – National Health Grant: Indirect grant (Health Facility Revitalisation component) (367 000) Conditional grant to provinces
* – Health Facility Revitalisation Grant 167 274 Higher education institutions – Walter Sisulu University: Intake of medical students 4 000
6 098 (931) 7 029
17 11 509 (1 695) 11 574 1 630 Aim:
(10 962) 5 096 (17 545) 10 1 477
(626) (1 017) 335 56
(2 911) (4 361) 1 253 55 142 Of which Higher education institutions – University Subsidies
– Block grants as well as other grant allocations (1 844) – Interest and redemption of private and government loans 1 844
– Witwatersrand University: New universities in Mpumalanga and Northern Cape
– Establishment costs (121 281) – University of Mpumalanga: Operations 58 153 – Sol Plaatje University: Operations 63 128
26 551 825 14 289 11 509 (72) Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Further Education and Training Colleges Grant 11 509
(543) (543) (27) 27
18 30 000 (100 949) 99 280 5 431 26 238 Aim:
55 000 (58 303) 86 603 985 25 715
(25 000) (41 700) 16 700
(250) 250
(946) (3 773) 4 446 273 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – International Labour Organisation: Membership fees 4 282
19 (1 980 000) (11 475) 31 475 (2 000 000) Aim:
2 515 (2 475) 4 990
(2 000 000) (2 000 000) Of which Households – Social Assistance Transfers: Social grants
– Disability (659 000) – Foster Care (25 000) – Child Support (1 516 000) – Social Relief 200 000
(23 905) (8 500) (15 405)
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
6 Health Regulation and Compliance Management
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
4 Primary Health Care Services
5 Hospitals, Tertiary Health Services and Human Resource Development
2 Inspection and Enforcement Services
3 Public Employment Services
4 Labour Policy and Industrial Relations
5 Skills Development
Labour Play a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and inequality through pursuing the objectives of full and productive employment and decent work for all including: employment creation and enterprise development; standards and rights at work including equality of opportunities; social protection; and social dialogue.
1 Administration
2 Human Resource Development, Planning and Monitoring Coordination
3 University Education
4 Vocational and Continuing Education and Training
3 Social Security Policy and Administration
Social Development Ensure protection against vulnerability by creating an enabling environment for the provision of a comprehensive, integrated and sustainable social development service.
1 Administration
2 Social Assistance
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
41 390 (500) 41 990 (100)
(100) 100 Of which Non-profit institutions – FoodBank South Africa: Contribution to Food for All scheme (31 000) Households – Food Relief: Implementation of the Food for All programme 31 000
20 (12 000) 12 000 Aim:
500 (4 500) 5 000
4 500 4 500
3 000 (7 500) 10 500
(8 000) (8 000)
21 419 (94 921) 94 486 419 435 Aim:
36 869 407 38 538 (2 076)
(57 309) (66 775) 8 854 419 193
(15 068) (18 738) 623 3 047
34 853 (1 642) 36 835 (340)
1 074 (8 173) 9 636 (389)
22 414 841 509 200 871 064 (1 183 833) 64 798 153 612 Aim:
74 397 39 079 31 801 3 300 217 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 1 600
271 867 (30 733) 301 000 1 600
(248 987) 242 568 235 600 (727 155) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology (727 155)
(535 780) 61 556 160 872 (758 208) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology (758 208)
(63 725) 40 590 (93 000) (11 315) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology (11 315)
119 553 57 793 (2 240) 64 000 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology (2 240)
5 535 5 535
791 981 92 812 234 791 310 185 581 153 612 Of which Public corporations – Armaments Corporation of South Africa Limited: Acquisition, maintenance and disposal services in terms of defence matériel, including research 11 078 Foreign governments and international organisations – Claims Against the State: Contract termination cost 299 107
Sport and Recreation South Africa Maximise access, development and excellence at all levels of participation in sport and recreation to improve social cohesion, nation building and the quality of life of all South Africans.
1 Administration
2 Sport Support Services
4 Welfare Services Policy Development and Implementation Support
5 Social Policy and Integrated Service Delivery
3 Rehabilitation
4 Care
5 Social Reintegration
Correctional Services Contribute to maintaining and protecting a just, peaceful and safe society by enforcing court imposed sentences, detaining inmates in safe custody while maintaining their human dignity and developing their sense of social responsibility, and promoting the general development of all inmates and persons subject to community corrections.
1 Administration
2 Incarceration
3 Mass Participation
4 International Liaison and Events
6 Military Health Support
7 Defence Intelligence
8 General Support
3 Landward Defence
4 Air Defence
5 Maritime Defence
Defence and Military Veterans Defend and protect the Republic of South Africa, its territorial integrity and its people, in accordance with the Constitution and the principles of international law regulating the use of force. Provide for military veterans’ benefits.
1 Administration
2 Force Employment
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Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
23 (563) 54 100 409 Aim:
(304) (105) 409
(200) (259) (41) 100
200 200
24 72 256 170 000 40 837 (11 477) 25 595 (154 196) 1 497 Aim:
361 369 68 395 313 939 (160) (3 940) (17 351) 486 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 235 Foreign governments and international organisations – International Criminal Court: Membership fees (4 489)
(207 823) 41 605 (64 407) (3 173) (2 014) (180 629) 795 Of which
* – Buildings and Other Fixed Structures: Building and upgrading of court infrastructure (198 000)
24 589 10 000 (5 561) (635) 18 489 2 296 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – International Criminal Court: Membership fees 13 489 Households – Claims Against the State: Litigation and legal services 5 000
17 805 50 000 (28 415) (7 509) 5 000 (1 487) 216 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 5 000
(123 684) (174 719) 8 060 42 975 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Legal Aid South Africa: Operations 14 760 * – Special Investigating Unit: Operations (10 000) * – South African Human Rights Commission: Operations 3 300
25 874 308 873 077 (1 000) 2 231 Aim:
206 715 205 484 1 231 Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Injury on duty (20 000) – Claims Against the State: Civil claims for compensation instituted against the department 20 000 Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 1 231
444 939 444 939 (1 000) 1 000 Of which Non-profit institutions – South African Police Service Education Trust: Donation 1 000
202 381 202 381
20 273 20 273
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
2 Court Services
3 State Legal Services
4 National Prosecuting Authority
3 Legal Services
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.
1 Administration
Independent Police Investigative Directorate Ensure independent oversight of the South African Police Service and the Municipal Police Services. Conduct independent and impartial investigations of identified criminal offences allegedly committed by members of the South African Police Service and the Municipal Police Services and make appropriate recommendations.
1 Administration
2 Investigation and Information Management
2 Visible Policing
3 Detective Services
4 Crime Intelligence
5 Auxiliary and Associated Services
Police Prevent, combat and investigate crime, maintain public order, protect and secure the inhabitants of South Africa and their property, and uphold and enforce the law.
1 Administration
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Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
26 4 295 (52 721) 28 024 (899) (18 734) 48 625 Aim:
6 931 (14 329) 15 641 (223) 60 5 782 Of which Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees 5
(29 626) (28 656) (32 381) (265) 653 31 023 Of which Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees 102
1 581 371 36 664 (57) (38 414) 3 017 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Student Financial Aid Scheme: Bursaries 300 – Perishable Products Export Control Board: Skills development and training for technologists (32) – Provincial and Rural Agricultural Colleges: Research and improvement of facilities (42 000) – Water Research Commission: Research 1 800 Higher education institutions – University of KwaZulu-Natal: Student support capacity and small scale processing plant engineering (384) – University of Pretoria: Research in respect of biofuels crops (800) Households – Employee Social Benefits
– Leave gratuities 5 – Severance packages (50)
– 2012/13 Female Entrepreneur Award 1 050 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees 16 Public corporations – Ncera Farms (Pty) Limited: Operations 1 631
26 560 (2) 13 939 (84) 12 272 435 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
– Pledge to the African Solidarity Trust Fund 2 000 – Contribution to World Forest Congress 10 260
– International organisations: Membership fees – Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International 264 – Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (317) – International Fund for Agricultural Development (600) – International Cotton Advisory Council 249 – International Seed Testing Association (93) – International Organisation of Vine and Wine 66 – Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (21) – International Union of Forestry Research Organisations (6) – Centre for Coordination of Agricultural Research and Development for Southern Africa 458
(851) (13 368) (5 839) (270) 10 258 8 368 Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme Grant 4 295 Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 1 865 Non-profit institutions – Lima Rural Development Foundation: Contribution 4 081
(300) 3 263 (3 563) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Marine Living Resources Fund
– Operations (300) – Vessels operations (74 283) – Expanded Public Works Programme: Working for Fisheries 71 000
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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
5 Forestry
6 Fisheries
2 Agricultural Production, Health and Food Safety
3 Food Security and Agrarian Reform
4 Trade Promotion and Market Access
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Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
27 328 200 (99 000) 427 200 Aim:
5 000 5 000
323 200 (104 000) 427 200 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa: Operations 15 000 Public corporations – South African Broadcasting Corporation: Public broadcaster operations 38 000 – Schools Connectivity Project: Provision of internet connectivity for designated schools 374 200
28 (25 561) 31 561 (6 000) Aim:
32 241 3 416 34 825 (6 000)
(1 983) (5 983) 4 000
(24 435) (17 171) (7 264)
(5 823) (5 823)
29 (94 928) (5 000) (3 522) (89 928) 3 522 Aim:
(1 330) (2 370) (2 452) 3 492
(3 955) (3 571) (384)
(6 408) (6 039) (369)
35 259 7 366 (179) 28 072 Of which Private enterprises
* – Integrated National Electrification Programme Grant: Non-grid electrification service providers 28 072
(1 194) (1 126) (68)
(117 300) 740 (70) (118 000) 30 Of which Public corporations
* – Eskom - National Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management: Operations (118 000)
30 (224 314) 13 500 (48 789) (168 358) (20 716) 49 Aim:
30 000 29 884 99 17
(30 000) 7 000 (37 014) 14
8 410 8 410
815 (815)
17 276 6 500 (6 500) 17 276 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African National Parks: Disaster recovery 17 276
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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.
3 Policy, Research and Capacity Development
Communications
4 Economic Development and Dialogue
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.
1 Administration
Promote economic development through participatory, coherent and coordinated economic policy and planning for the benefit of all South Africans.
1 Administration
2 Economic Policy Development
3 Economic Planning and Coordination
4 Broadcasting and Communications Regulation and Support
Economic Development
Lead South Africa’s environmental sector to achieve sustainable development towards a better quality of life for all.
1 Administration
2 Legal, Authorisations and Compliance
3 Oceans and Coasts
5 Nuclear Energy
6 Clean Energy
Environmental Affairs
2 Energy Policy and Planning
3 Energy Regulation
4 Electrification and Energy Programme Management
4 Climate Change and Air Quality
5 Biodiversity and Conservation
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
(250 000) (44 267) (185 751) (20 000) 18 Of which Households – Expanded Public Works Programme
– Natural Resource Management Programme: Working for Water 20 000 – Expanded Public Works Programme Incentive
– Social responsibility (29 661) – Natural Resource Management Programme
– Working for Water (27 876) – Working on Fire 101 786
Public corporations * – Development Bank of Southern Africa: Implementation of
Green Fund projects (250 000)
(117) 117 Of which Non-profit institutions – Buyisa-e-Bag: Finalisation of company closure 117
31 144 993 (3 142) (20 944) (352) 62 523 106 908 Aim:
(645) (3 937) (139) 24 4 697
(1 842) 877 (104) 500 569 Of which – Govan Mbeki Housing Awards 8 400 Foreign governments and international organisations – Habitat Foundation: Membership fees (500) – Cities Alliance: Membership fees 1 000
(21 220) (505) (21 590) (65) 505 435 Of which Higher education institutions – Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University: Establishment of Chair for a degree on human settlements 505
166 213 (150) 3 706 (44) 61 494 101 207 Of which
* – Rural Households Infrastructure Grant: Indirect Grant 100 539 Conditional grant to provinces
* – Human Settlements Development Grant 44 454 Departmental agencies and accounts – Community Schemes Ombud Service: Operations 17 000
32 9 095 (48 895) 39 800 Aim:
10 821 9 678 1 800 (657) Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuity 240
(578) 578
(10 821) 9 095 (19 916)
(38 079) 38 000 79 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Council for Geoscience: Water management solutions 6 000 Private enterprises – Subsidies to Mines: Subsidies to marginal mines to implement water management solutions (18 000) Public corporations – Council for Mineral Technology: Rehabilitation of mines 50 000
33 288 455 1 258 607 (1 571 541) 24 479 Aim:
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
2 Human Settlements Policy, Strategy and Planning
3 Programme Delivery Support
4 Housing Development Finance
7 Chemicals and Waste Management
Human Settlements Facilitate the creation of sustainable human settlements and the improvement to household quality of life.
1 Administration
6 Environmental Programmes
Create and maintain an equitable and sustainable land dispensation and act as a catalyst in rural development that ensures sustainable rural livelihoods, decent work and continued social and economic advancement for all South Africans.
3 Mineral Regulation
4 Mineral Policy and Promotion
Rural Development and Land Reform
Mineral Resources Promote and regulate the minerals and mining sector for transformation, growth and development. Ensure that all South Africans derive sustainable benefits from the country’s mineral wealth.
1 Administration
2 Promotion of Mine Safety and Health
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Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
249 141 37 250 176 175 28 178 7 538 Of which Households – Bursaries for Non-employees: Studies in cadastral surveys and mapping 5 000 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees 8 Private enterprises – Coega Development Corporation: Rural economic development 20 000 Departmental agencies and accounts – Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 3 170
286 210 (26 119) 246 868 64 373 1 088 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Registration of Deeds Trading Account: Operations 64 000 Foreign governments and international organisations – Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development: Operations 373
565 000 214 034 529 214 (180 000) 1 752 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Agricultural Research Council: Capital (100 000) Public corporations – Independent Development Trust: Capital (80 000)
(471 210) 296 906 (771 210) 3 094 Of which Households – Restitution Grants: Land claims settlements (771 210)
(629 141) 63 290 9 444 (712 882) 11 007 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Agricultural Land Holding Account: Land acquisition (521 168) – KwaZulu-Natal Ingonyama Trust Board: Land management support to communities on communal land 7 000 Households – Land Reform Grants: Land redistribution payments (198 818) Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees 70
34 (9 330) (30 670) 12 500 27 500 Aim:
(22 500) (3 000) (21 500) 2 000 Of which Non-profit institutions – Institutional and Programme Support: Science research 2 000
26 500 (3 000) (10 000) 12 000 27 500 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African National Space Agency: Operations 12 000
(3 000) (3 000)
(1 000) (330) 830 (1 500) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Science Themes: Research and development (7 500) Non-profit institutions – Emerging Research Areas: Research and development 7 500 – Indigenous Knowledge System: Operations (500) – Science and Youth: Research and initiatives for youth participation in science (1 000)
Of which Public corporations – Advanced Manufacturing Technology Strategy: Implementation (3 000) – Information Communication Technology: Implementation of projects and programmes 3 000
1 Administration
2 Geospatial and Cadastral Services
3 Rural Development
4 Human Capital and Knowledge Systems
5 Socio Economic Partnerships
Realise the full potential of science and technology in social and economic development by developing human resources, research and innovation.
1 Administration
2 Research, Development and Innovation
3 International Cooperation and Resources
4 Restitution
5 Land Reform
Science and Technology
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Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
35 20 000 1 628 (200) 22 951 (4 379) Aim:
2 389 4 419 (152) (1 878)
26 360 466 (9) 26 360 (457) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African Tourism: Operations 26 360
(8 589) (4 375) (13) (3 709) (492) Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Regional Tourism Organisation of Southern Africa: Membership fees (3 323) – United Nations World Tourism Organisation: Membership fees (386)
(160) 1 118 (26) 300 (1 552) Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency: Operations 300
36 (57 000) (35 974) 70 352 (109 248) 17 869 1 Aim:
35 850 (27 734) 61 547 141 1 896
3 000 (1 664) 8 546 (3 852) (30) Of which Public corporations – Development Bank of Southern Africa: Regional spatial development initiatives (2 000)
42 000 589 40 807 604 Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Small Enterprise Development Agency
– Operations 40 920 – Technology Programme: Support to start-up technology ventures 4 080
– National Research Foundation: Technology and human resources for industry programme 995 Public corporations – Industrial Development Corporation
– Isivande Women's Fund: Financial support to women entrepreneurs (10 500)
(9 850) (6 436) (3 480) 66 Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – French Institute of South Africa: African programme on rethinking development economics (2 200) Private enterprises – Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies: Development of industrial policies 2 000 Public corporations – Industrial Development Corporation
– Customised Sector Programmes 72 325 – Clothing and Textile Production Incentive (75 825)
– South African Bureau of Standards – Small Business Technical Consulting: Membership fees 170
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(100 000) (80) (114 920) 15 000 Of which Private enterprises – Broadening Participation Development Incentives: Incentive to black business suppliers 220 000 – Services Sector Development Incentives: Incentives for call centres 20 000 – Special Economic Zones: Investment incentives (50 000) – Critical Infrastructure Programme: Capital (50 000) – Manufacturing Development Incentives: Incentive to local and foreign investors (265 000) – Export Market and Investment Assistance: Incentive scheme 10 000
Tourism
2 International Trade and Economic Development
3 Broadening Participation
4 Industrial Development: Policy Development
4 Domestic Tourism
Trade and Industry Lead and facilitate access to sustainable economic activity and employment for all South Africans through an understanding of the economy, knowledge of economic opportunities and potential, and anticipation of future economic trends. Catalyse economic transformation and development and provide a predictable, competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment for investment, enterprise and trade for economic citizens. Contribute to achieving government’s vision of an adaptive and restructured economy, characterised by accelerated economic growth, employment creation and greater equity.
1 Administration
Promote and support the growth and development of an equitable, competitive and sustainable tourism sector, enhancing its contribution to national priorities.
1 Administration
2 Policy and Knowledge Services
3 International Tourism
5 Consumer and Corporate Regulation
6 Industrial Development: Incentive Administration
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation of Employees
Goods and Services Other
(28 000) (6 576) 6 186 (27 986) 375 1 Of which Non-profit institutions – Proudly South African Campaign: Operations 9 000 Public corporations – Export Credit Insurance Corporation: Interest Make-up Scheme (37 000)
37 126 327 (15 916) 146 584 (6 744) 2 403 Aim:
9 340 (6 576) 13 513 2 403
(1 582) (1 582)
(905) (905) Of which Public corporations – Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa
– Operations 650 000 – Capital (650 000)
38 997 (2 568) 41 565 Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Provincial Roads Maintenance Grant 41 565
103 286 (1 476) 104 762 Of which – Mthatha Airport: Refurbishment 104 762
(963) (963)
(21 846) (1 846) 28 309 (48 309) Of which Households – Taxi Recapitalisation: Payment to taxi owners for scrapping their old taxis (48 309)
38 188 591 (45 690) 60 591 (1 883) 1 742 173 831 Aim:
(6 500) 5 260 740 500 Of which Households – Women in Water Awards 740
1 000 (12 027) 12 412 (281) 896
188 591 (20 826) 38 958 (1 602) 1 002 171 059 Of which
* – Acid Mine Drainage: Installation of infrastructure required for the management of acid mine water and overall management of the short term drainage solution 108 493
* – Regional Bulk Infrastructure: Indirect Grant (Other projects) 58 000 Households – Resource Poor Farmers: Operating subsidy for emerging farmers from previously disadvantaged groups (798)
(1 000) (6 337) 5 155 182
(1 194) 1 194
TOTAL 344 286 1 504 090 3 002 308 9 543 (4 359 216) 31 520 156 041 * Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
3 Rail Transport
4 Road Transport
5 Civil Aviation
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
2 Integrated Transport Planning
7 Trade and Investment South Africa
4 Regional Implementation and Support
5 Water Sector Regulation
6 International Water Cooperation
Ensure the availability and supply of water at national level, facilitate equitable and sustainable social and economic development, and ensure the universal and efficient supply of water services at local level.
1 Administration
2 Water Sector Management
6 Maritime Transport
7 Public Transport
Water Affairs
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