Appropriation Act

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Appropriation Act
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Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Vol. 57 Cape Town 201 No.

THE PRESIDENCY No. 526 22 July 2013
It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
Act No. of 201 : Act, 201

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ACT To appropriate money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State for the 2013/14 financial year; to prescribe conditions for the spending of funds withdrawn for the 2014/15 financial year before the commencement of the Appropriation Act for the 2014/15 financial year; and to provide for matters incidental thereto.
PREAMBLE
WHEREAS section 213(2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, provides that money may be withdrawn from the National Revenue Fund only in terms of an appropriation by an Act of Parliament;
WHEREAS 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 Appropriation 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 annual Division of Revenue Act 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; ‘‘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 2013/14 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 this Act and the Public Finance Management Act.
(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—
(a) must be done in accordance with section 29(2) of the Public Finance Management Act;
(b) must be recorded and accounted for in accordance with the votes and main divisions within a vote set out in the Schedule to this Act;
(c) is subject to regulations made or instructions issued in terms of section 76 of the Public Finance Management Act; and
(d) is, with the necessary changes, subject to any applicable conditions imposed in terms of section 4 of the Appropriation Act, 2012 (Act No. 7 of 2012), and section 4 of theAdjustmentsAppropriationAct, 2012 (Act No. 17 of 2012), as if the funds were allocated for the 2012/13 financial year.
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 annual Division of Revenue Act for the 2013/14 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.
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Utilisation of saving
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 a saving 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, in the same vote for other categories of expenditure, other than for the compensation of employees.
(2) The approval of the utilisation of a saving 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 2013/14 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 2012/13 financial year and will be proposed to be rolled over to the 2013/14 financial year to finalise expenditure that could not take place in the 2012/13 financial year as originally planned.
(2) Expenditure approved in terms of— (a) subsection (1)(a) 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 2013/14 financial year.
Spending before commencement of Appropriation Act for 2014/15 financial year
7. The spending of funds withdrawn in terms of section 29 of the Public Finance Management Act for the 2014/15 financial year before the commencement of the Appropriation Act for the 2014/15 financial year is, with the necessary changes, subject to any applicable conditions imposed in terms of section 4 of thisAct, and the provisions of theAdjustmentsAppropriationAct for the 2013/14 financial year, as if the funds were allocated for the 2013/14 financial year.
Delegations and authorisations
8. (1) The Minister may, in writing— (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.
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(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
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, 2013.
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Vote
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
1 1 092 881 294 133 237 779 553 148 7 821 Aim:
462 080 272 144 182 570 7 366
77 657 21 989 55 209 4 455
392 710 392 710
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Youth Development Agency: Operations 392 710
160 434 160 434
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Brand South Africa: Operations 160 434
2 1 419 359 655 957 430 658 328 762 3 982 Aim:
414 594 299 796 111 596 3 202
339 690 261 738 77 172 780
125 113 50 013 75 100
211 200 44 410 166 790
328 762 328 762
Of which Non-profit institutions – Political Party Support: Operations 78 488 – Constituency Allowance: Operations 243 207 – Party Leadership Support: Contribution to political parties for party leaders' remuneration 7 067
3 58 252 691 277 718 2 142 153 55 820 625 12 195 Aim:
218 975 102 474 113 261 100 3 140
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 Provide effective leadership, strategic management and administrative support services to the principals and the branches of the Presidency in fulfilment of the Presidency's mission and mandate.
2 National Planning Develop the country's long term vision and national strategic plan and contribute towards better outcomes in government through better planning, better long term plans, more policy coherence and clear articulation of long term goals and aspirations.
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership, institutional policy, overall management, and administrative and corporate services for Parliament’s executive, 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 Carry out Parliament’s role in public and international participation, and 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.
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, to ensure that provinces and municipalities carry out their service delivery and development functions effectively.
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Vote
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
49 492 18 919 24 323 6 250
40 706 726 25 346 20 305 40 661 055 20
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – South African Local Government Association: Operations 25 999 * – Municipal Demarcation Board: Operations 42 152
Municipal bank accounts * – Local Government Equitable Share 40 581 787
Non-profit institutions * – South African Cities Network: Operations 5 786 * – United Cities and Local Government of Africa: Operations 5 331
585 056 19 895 28 386 534 600 2 175
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – Municipal Disaster Grant 346 500 Conditional grant to provinces
* – Provincial Disaster Grant 188 100
272 067 18 281 13 379 240 307 100
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – Municipal Systems Improvement Grant 240 307
16 315 219 47 772 1 915 227 14 352 060 160
Of which * – Community Work Programme: Work opportunities for historically
marginalised communities 11 760 1 663 280 Conditional grant to local government
* – Municipal Infrastructure Grant 14 352 060
* 105 156 45 031 27 272 32 503 350
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities: Operations 32 503
4 6 567 769 2 538 205 2 218 716 1 800 007 10 841 Aim:
1 871 570 366 716 1 492 160 1 853 10 841
Of which * – Information Systems Modernisation: Enhancement of business operations 348 993
Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 63 Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuity 1 314 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 476
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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, and 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.
7 Traditional Affairs Promote and coordinate research and information management and the development of policies and legislation on traditional affairs. Coordinate institutional development and capacity building programmes to enhance efficiency and effectiveness within the institution of traditional 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 Provide leadership, management and support services to the department.
4 Disaster Response Management 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 and other role players involved in disaster risk management, and communities.
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.
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SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
4 048 711 1 869 877 380 995 1 797 839
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Film and Publication Board: Operations 82 675 – Government Printing Works: Operations 134 005 – Electoral Commission: Operations 1 579 179 Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 1 063 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 917
647 488 301 612 345 561 315
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 3 Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuity 312
5 5 548 390 2 238 784 2 061 532 875 381 372 693 Aim:
1 327 802 329 718 667 827 330 257
2 653 389 1 525 158 1 087 716 40 515
447 875 260 512 185 882 1 481
243 943 123 396 120 107 440
875 381 875 381
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – African Renaissance and International Cooperation Fund: Operations 476 942 Foreign governments and international organisations – International Organisations: Membership fees
– African Union 144 500 – India Brazil South Africa Trust Fund 8 500 – African Peer Review Mechanism 2 500 – Commonwealth 9 399 – United Nations 131 980 – Southern African Development Community 45 433
– International Organisations: Operations – New Partnership for Africa's Development 7 500 – Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty 6 032 – United Nations Development Programme 5 600
– Humanitarian Aid: Contribution to humanitarian projects 25 467
6 192 745 108 472 75 363 8 910 Aim:
56 915 27 374 23 016 6 525
61 231 38 447 21 524 1 260
17 251 8 764 8 232 255
57 348 33 887 22 591 870
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 Africa’s national values and foreign policy objectives.
2 Citizen Affairs Provide secure, efficient and accessible services and documents for 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.
1 Administration Provide strategic management and administrative support to the accounting officer and 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 Monitoring and Evaluation Systems Coordination and Support Coordinate and support an integrated government wide performance monitoring and evaluation system through policy development, capacity building and improving data quality and analysis.
4 Public Diplomacy and Protocol Services Communicate South Africa’s role and position in international relations in domestic and international arenas, and provide protocol services.
5 International Transfers Fund membership fees and transfers to international organisations.
Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Improve government service delivery through performance monitoring and evaluation.
4 Public Sector Oversight Conduct institutional performance monitoring and frontline service delivery monitoring.
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SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
7 6 170 036 1 468 242 1 371 545 9 633 2 542 264 778 352 Aim:
1 148 162 227 403 886 773 2 755 1 156 30 075
Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 1 145
2 984 045 1 116 526 260 148 6 777 855 064 745 530
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Construction Industry Development Board: Operations 72 361 – Council for the Built Environment: Operations 37 959 – Parliamentary Villages Management Board: Operations 8 198 – Property Management Trading Entity: Augmentation of funding 682 426 Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 4 105 Public corporations – Independent Development Trust: Operations 50 000
1 947 969 111 002 171 698 64 1 662 583 2 622
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – Expanded Public Works Programme Integrated Grant for Municipalities 610 674 Conditional grants to provinces
* – Expanded Public Works Programme Integrated Grant for Provinces 355 914 * – Social Sector Expanded Public Works Programme Incentive Grant for
Provinces 257 564 Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 150 Non-profit institutions – Non-State Sector:
– Job opportunities 416 367 – Non-wage costs 21 914
39 182 13 311 25 509 37 200 125
Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 200
50 678 27 417 23 261
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 2 750 Foreign governments and international organisations – Commonwealth War Graves Commission: Contribution for maintenance of soldiers' graves 20 510
8 198 312 80 338 51 305 63 086 3 583 Aim:
91 637 57 482 31 428 6 2 721
82 869 9 095 10 340 63 080 354
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
2 Immovable Asset Management Provide and manage government’s immovable property portfolio in support of government’s social, economic, functional and political objectives.
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 uniformity 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 for the accommodation needs and overall management of the department.
2 Women, Empowerment and Gender Equality Facilitate the translation of national and international instruments into empowerment and socioeconomic development programmes. Oversee and comprehensively report on the national realisation of women’s rights and the 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.
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 Provide effective leadership, management and administrative support services to the ministry and other branches in the department.
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SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Commission for Gender Equality: Operations 63 080
9 915 5 576 4 120 219
13 891 8 185 5 417 289
9 396 740 188 391 185 930 20 809 1 610 Aim:
132 589 55 903 76 686
96 985 44 050 52 866 19 50
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 19
119 993 67 867 31 181 20 790 155
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Media Development and Diversity Agency: Operations 20 790
47 173 20 571 25 197 1 405
10 25 555 960 710 543 756 808 20 995 738 187 871 2 905 000 Aim:
341 691 159 141 165 032 2 170 15 348
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Finance, Accounting, Management, Consulting and Other Financial Services Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 474 – Communication: Radio and television licences 112
145 859 84 449 34 706 26 136 568
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Cooperative Banking Development Agency: Operations 16 236 Private enterprises – Economic Research Southern Africa: Research 9 900
252 312 172 763 39 537 38 767 1 245
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Financial and Fiscal Commission: Operations 38 767
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
3 Children's Rights and Responsibilities Oversee the consolidation of the children’s rights agenda and the alignment of the conceptual frameworks and strategies across the three spheres of government to advance delivery 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.
3 Intergovernmental Coordination and Stakeholder Management Implement development communication through mediated and unmediated communication, and sound stakeholder relations and partnerships. Transfer funds to the Media Development and Diversity Agency.
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.
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 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 responsiveness of government communication.
1 Administration Provide strategic management, leadership and administrative support to the department, and capacity building.
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, and expenditure planning and priorities. Manage government’s annual budget process and provide public finance management support.
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SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
2 995 196 66 005 23 555 636 2 905 000
Of which * – Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South
Africa: Recapitalisation 300 000 * – Development Bank of Southern Africa: Recapitalisation 2 400 000 * – South African Postbank: Capitalisation 205 000
724 589 156 659 315 108 83 575 169 247
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Accounting Standards Board: Operations 9 830 – Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors: Operations 32 933 – Auditor-General South Africa: Compensation for certain shortfalls of audit costs of statutory bodies and municipalities 40 812
1 112 529 25 033 12 129 1 075 315 52
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Common Monetary Area Compensation: Alignment to a common monetary policy 653 932 – Financial and Technical Support: Support for African relief programmes 5 651 – African Development Bank and African Development Fund: Share acquisitions 268 562 – World Bank Group: Development assistance to low income countries and assistance in the multilateral debt relief initiative 129 500 – Collaborative Africa Budget Reform Initiative: Membership fees and public finance management support to member countries 1 329 – Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation: Support for common secretarial goals and programmes 4 991 – International Funding Facility for Immunisation: Contribution towards the reduction of the number of vaccine-preventable deaths among children under the age of five 10 000 – African Regional Technical Assistance Centre for Southern
Africa: Capacity building programmes in support of public finance management reform in East, Central and Southern Africa 350 – Infrastructure Consortium for Africa: Membership fees 1 000
3 497 031 51 857 3 445 174
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – United Kingdom Tax: Tax on pensions of staff that had worked in the United Kingdom 2 127 Households – Civil Pensions: Civil pensions and benefits
– Post-Retirement Medical Scheme Contributions 1 558 033 – Political Officer Bearers Pension Fund 245 798 – Special Pensions 501 121 – Injury on Duty 542 678 – Other benefits for pensioners 86 840
– Military Pensions: Ex-Servicemen: – Military pension benefits and medical claims 308 577
– Non-Statutory Forces: Dispensation for members who were integrated into the South African National Defence Force 200 000
2 777 806 46 493 114 884 2 615 654 775
Of which Conditional grants to local government
* – Integrated City Development Grant 40 000 * – Local Government Financial Management Grant 424 798 * – Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant 598 041 * – Infrastructure Skills Development Grant 98 500
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 Asset and Liability Management Manage government’s annual funding programme in a manner that ensures prudent cash management and an optimal portfolio of debt and other fiscal obligations. Promote and enforce prudent financial management of state owned entities through financial analysis and oversight.
5 Financial Systems and Accounting Facilitate accountability, governance and oversight by promoting transparent, economical, efficient and effective management of revenue, expenditure, assets and liabilities in the public sector.
6 International Financial Relations Manage South Africa’s interests in shaping regional and global policies that advance the economic, financial and development objectives of the country and Africa.
7 Civil and Military Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits Provide for government’s pension and post-retirement medical benefit obligations to former employees of state departments and bodies. Provide for similar benefits to retired members of the military.
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.
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SCHEDULE Payments for
Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Departmental agencies and accounts – Project Development Facility Trading Account:
– Support for the development of public private partnership projects 3 000 – Facilitation of public funds for job creation initiatives 26 250
– Technical Assistance Unit Trading Entity: – Operations 13 650 – Facilitation of public funds for job creation initiatives 28 562
* – Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant: Infrastructure project development in rural and township community areas 55 000 Higher education institutions – University of Cape Town: Research in respect of job creation initiatives 10 000 Public corporations – Municipal Finance Improvement Programme: Operations 121 498 – Development Bank of Southern Africa: Employment Creation Facilitation Fund 1 196 355
9 534 393 9 534 393
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – South African Revenue Service: – Operations 8 676 298 – Capital 858 095
4 174 554 4 174 554
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Financial Intelligence Centre: – Operations 170 041 – Capital 30 959
* – Secret Services Account: – Operations 3 525 268 – Capital 448 286
11 236 889 130 714 103 791 100 2 284 Aim:
127 132 62 336 62 412 100 2 284
Of which Households – Gifts and Donations: Various projects 100
23 838 16 713 7 125
85 919 51 665 34 254
12 816 371 259 267 196 320 364 357 383 3 037 Aim:
198 502 102 880 93 718 182 72 1 650
40 439 30 634 9 613 39 153
29 674 19 625 9 918 26 105
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
10 Financial Intelligence and State Security Combat financial crime including money laundering and terror financing activities. Gather intelligence for the purposes of national security, defence and combating crime.
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 Provide strategic management, direction and administrative support to the department that enables the department to meet its strategic objectives.
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.
1 Administration Provide policy, strategic leadership and overall management of the department.
2 Human Resource Management and Development Develop, implement and monitor human resource management policies.
3 Labour Relations and Remuneration Management Develop, implement and maintain labour relations and compensation policies. Ensure coordinated engagement with organised labour.
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, and ensure alignment with government’s strategic intent by, among others, monitoring the state owned companies’ indicators.
3 Portfolio Management and Strategic Partnerships Align the corporate strategies of state owned companies with government’s strategic intent, 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 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.
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
39 360 15 440 23 827 17 8 68
236 066 49 364 30 852 46 155 296 508
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Public Administration Leadership and Management Academy: Operations 131 922 – Public Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 23 308
272 330 41 324 28 392 54 202 007 553
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Public Service Commission: Operations 201 140
13 1 737 704 1 159 530 536 149 1 470 14 654 25 901 Aim:
493 084 228 977 245 652 147 14 493 3 815
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 48 Higher education institutions – University of KwaZulu-Natal: Development of statistical analytical skills 500 – Stellenbosch University: Establishment of a Chair for Statistics South Africa for regional and urban analysis 6 840 – University of the Witwatersrand: Development of statistical analytical skills 500 – University of Cape Town: Capacity building in support of the national statistics system 1 000 Non-profit institutions – South African Statistical Association: Capacity building in support of the national statistics system 95 – National Research Foundation: Research 10
217 080 185 633 30 860 76 8 503
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 8
110 582 83 555 26 514 49 145 319
Of which Non-profit institutions – Population Association of Southern Africa: Contribution towards development in demography 100
81 898 74 975 6 612 21 8 282
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 8
204 614 85 162 100 472 683 18 297
471 265 363 313 105 230 451 2 271
159 181 137 915 20 809 43 414
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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.
1 Administration Manage the department, and provide centralised support services and capacity building.
2 Economic Statistics Produce economic statistics to meet user requirements.
4 Public Sector Information and Communication Technology Management Develop, implement and monitor information communication technology policies and norms and standards that enable citizen centred services.
5 Service Delivery and Organisational Transformation Promote the service delivery and organisational transformation framework. 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.
6 Corporate Relations Provide statistical information to support policy makers. Manage stakeholders and liaise with international statistical agencies. Provide effective communication services.
7 Survey Operations
3 Population and Social Statistics Produce population, demographic, labour market and social statistics to meet user requirements in line with internationally recognised practices.
4 Methodology and Standards Provide expertise on quality and methodology for official statistics, standards for conducting surveys and a business sampling frame.
5 Statistical Support and Informatics Enable service delivery programmes by using technology in the production and use of official statistics. Promote and provide better access to official statistics.
Provide data collection and processing support to produce official statistics.
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
14 2 914 777 196 364 469 733 2 241 701 6 979 Aim:
234 017 86 467 140 571 6 979
719 117 10 257 81 263 627 597
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Artscape: Operations 47 821 – Market Theatre: Operations 26 196 – Performing Arts Centre of the Free State: Operations 35 487 – The Playhouse Company: Operations 40 570 – State Theatre: Operations 42 393 – Windybrow Theatre: Operations 10 082 – National Film and Video Foundation: Operations 105 223 – National Arts Council: Operations 87 554 – Performing Arts Institutions: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 132 591 – Performing Arts Projects: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 47 409 Households – Visual and Performing Arts Projects: Facilitation of public funds for arts projects 45 373 Non-profit institutions – Business and Arts South Africa: Operations 6 898
123 692 26 102 3 613 93 977
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Pan South African Language Board: Operations 78 180 Households – Language Development Projects: Facilitation of public funds for language projects 15 797
221 896 23 407 179 537 18 952
Of which Households – Cultural Industries: Facilitation of public funds for cultural projects 17 151 – International Promotion Programme: Facilitation of public funds for cultural projects 1 801
834 582 16 941 47 565 770 076
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Die Afrikaanse Taal Museum - Paarl: Operations 4 963 – Iziko Museums of Cape Town: Operations 61 515 – Luthuli Museum - Stanger: Operations 7 465 – KwaZulu-Natal Museum - Pietermaritzburg: Operations 16 359 – National Museum - Bloemfontein: Operations 38 415 – Nelson Mandela Museum - Mthatha: Operations 18 900 – Robben Island Museum - Cape Town: Operations 61 586 – Voortrekker Museum - Pietermaritzburg: Operations 11 236 – The National English Literary Museum - Grahamstown: Operations 8 148 – War Museum of the Boer Republics - Bloemfontein: Operations 8 022 – William Humphreys Art Gallery - Kimberley: Operations 5 613 – Ditsong Museum of South Africa - Pretoria: Operations 62 450 – Freedom Park - Pretoria: Operations 66 372 – National Heritage Council: Operations 52 714 – South African Heritage Resources Agency: Operations 43 666 – Heritage Institutions: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 224 000 – Museums: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 38 – Heritage Legacy Projects: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 65 474 Non-profit institutions – Engelenburg House Art Collection - Pretoria: Operations 273 Households – Heritage Projects: Facilitation of public funds for heritage projects 8 367 – Bursaries for Non-employees: Heritage studies 4 500
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.
4 Cultural Development Promote and develop South African arts and culture.
5 Heritage Promotion Provide policy, legislation and strategic direction for identifying, conserving and promoting cultural heritage.
1 Administration Provide leadership, management and support functions of the department.
2 Performing Arts Promote the performing arts.
3 National Language Services Promote the official languages of South Africa and enhance the linguistic diversity of the country.
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
781 473 33 190 17 184 731 099
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Community Library Services Grant 597 786 Departmental agencies and accounts – National Library of South Africa: Operations 68 117 – South African Library for the Blind: Operations 15 626 – National Archives: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 14 222 – Libraries: Building, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure 25 778 Households – Conserve Archival Material Projects: Facilitation of public funds for archive projects 1 439 Non-profit institutions – Blind South Africa: Operations 6 410
15 17 591 905 389 366 1 819 703 60 676 13 372 051 1 950 109 Aim:
335 580 109 840 135 704 60 676 12 200 17 160
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation: Membership fees 11 896
1 523 621 72 806 1 450 252 563
984 697 69 197 21 262 893 867 371
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Student Financial Aid Scheme: Funza Lushaka bursaries 893 867
8 988 995 105 846 197 987 6 753 326 1 931 836
Of which * – School Infrastructure Backlogs Grant: Indirect grant 2 490 22 400 1 931 091
Conditional grant to provinces * – Education Infrastructure Grant 6 630 664
Departmental agencies and accounts – Umalusi Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training: Operations 97 662 Non-profit institutions – National Initiative to Improve Learning Outcomes: Implementation of pilot projects 25 000
5 759 012 31 677 14 498 5 712 658 179
Of which Conditional grants to provinces
* – National School Nutrition Programme Grant 5 173 081 * – HIV and AIDS (Life Skills Education) Grant 213 507 * – Technical Secondary Schools Recapitalisation Grant 220 852 * – Dinaledi Schools Grant 105 168
16 30 706 722 538 400 1 100 426 28 242 139 825 757 Aim:
410 965 166 672 238 089 539 5 665
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 539
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
6 National Archives and Library Services Facilitate full and open access to the archival and information resources of South Africa.
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 Develop policies and programmes to improve the quality of learning in schools.
Basic Education Develop, maintain and support a South African school education system for the 21 st 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.
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.
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
491 893 69 058 371 985 48 500 2 350
Of which * – National Health Grant: Indirect grant (National Health
Insurance component) 291 000 Conditional grant to provinces
* – National Health Insurance Grant 48 500
11 029 134 62 923 246 635 10 717 902 1 674
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Comprehensive HIV and AIDS Grant 10 533 886 Higher education institutions – University of Limpopo: Pharmacovigilance services 2 000 – University of Cape Town: Pharmacovigilance services 1 000 Non-profit institutions – Non-governmental organisations: Operations
– Lifeline 18 308 – loveLife 70 430 – Soul City 14 820 – HIV and AIDS 76 115 – Maternal, Child and Women's Health 1 343
109 415 53 502 52 162 2 298 1 453
Of which * – 2014 African Nations Championship:
– Health and Medical Services Grant: Indirect grant 6 000 Non-profit institutions – Non-governmental organisations: Operations
– South African Federation for Mental Health 305 – South African National Council for the Blind 684
– Medical Research Council: South African Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use 428
17 911 198 76 690 89 236 16 934 265 811 007
Of which * – National Health Grant: Indirect grant (Health Facility
Revitalisation component) 807 025 Conditional grants to provinces
* – Health Professions Training and Development Grant 2 190 366 * – National Tertiary Services Grant 9 620 357 * – Health Facility Revitalisation Grant 5 123 542
754 117 109 555 102 319 538 635 3 608
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Health Laboratory Services: Public health laboratories 104 336 – South African Medical Research Council: Research 416 460 – Council for Medical Schemes: Operations 4 525 Non-profit institutions – Health Systems Trust: Operations 10 252 Social security funds – Compensation Fund: Operations 3 062
17 34 322 391 402 700 178 545 33 737 105 4 041 Aim:
* 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 health, and women’s health. Develop and oversee the implementation of 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.
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.
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 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.
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
200 621 100 435 98 631 165 1 390
48 066 39 414 5 512 2 864 276
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Commonwealth of Learning: Membership fees 2 364
28 303 651 40 887 6 069 28 256 461 234
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Student Financial Aid Scheme:
– Student loans and bursaries 5 681 729 – Operations 87 676
– Council on Higher Education: Operations 41 888 – South African Qualifications Authority: Operations 49 401 Higher Education Institutions – University Subsidies:
– Block grants as well as other grant allocations – Cape Peninsula University of Technology 832 101 – University of Cape Town 1 011 245 – Central University of Technology 297 691 – Durban University of Technology 615 393 – University of Fort Hare 294 861 – University of the Free State 831 072 – University of Johannesburg 1 222 140 – University of KwaZulu-Natal 1 315 241 – University of Limpopo 652 618 – Mangosuthu University of Technology 235 973 – Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University 673 777 – North West University 1 090 562 – University of Pretoria 1 561 571 – Rhodes University 287 969 – University of South Africa 1 865 849 – Stellenbosch University 1 018 519 – Tshwane University of Technology 1 267 772 – Vaal University of Technology 460 513 – University of Venda 316 017 – Walter Sisulu University 571 673 – University of the Western Cape 611 473 – University of Witwatersrand 1 081 451 – University of Zululand 323 103 – Higher Education Institutions: Other grants 3 253 437
– Interest and redemption of private and government loans 9 255 – Academic clinical training grants 387 491
– Witwatersrand University: New universities in Mpumalanga and Northern Cape
– Establishment costs 150 000 – Construction of universities 150 000
Non-profit institutions – Higher Education South Africa: Higher Education HIV and AIDS Programme 7 000
5 664 457 152 157 55 528 5 455 868 904
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Further Education and Training Colleges Grant 2 442 679 Non-profit institutions – Further Education and Training Colleges : Subsidies 3 013 189
105 596 69 807 12 805 21 747 1 237
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Quality Council for Trades and Occupations: Operations 21 747
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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 the national institutes for higher education.
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 and post-literacy adult education and training.
1 Administration Provide overall management and administration of the department.
5 Skills Development Promote and monitor the national skills development strategy. Develop a skills development policy and a regulatory framework for an effective skills development system.
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
18 2 415 247 982 905 579 289 818 733 34 320 Aim:
785 449 330 403 420 608 188 34 250
465 190 384 301 80 833 56
400 117 196 250 33 440 170 427
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Productivity South Africa: Operations 40 285 Non-profit institutions – Deaf Federation of South Africa: Wage subsidy 223 – National Council for the Physically Disabled: Wage subsidy 260 – South African National Council for the Blind: Wage subsidy 318 – Subsidised Workshops for the Blind: Wage subsidy 9 578 – Subsidised Work-Centres for the Disabled: Operations 104 087 Social security funds – Compensation Fund: Administration of civil servants' claims 15 640
764 491 71 951 44 408 648 062 70
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration: Operations 594 418 – National Economic Development and Labour Council: Operations 25 828 Foreign governments and international organisations – International Labour Organisation: Membership fees 10 609 – African Regional Labour Administration Centre: Membership fees 703 Non-profit institutions – Strengthen Civil Society: Operations 16 504
19 120 491 600 340 672 297 736 119 846 780 6 412 Aim:
264 003 144 301 117 212 2 490
113 006 841 113 006 841
Of which Households – Social Assistance Transfers: Social grants
– Old Age 44 328 024 – War Veterans 8 167 – Disability 18 775 972 – Foster Care 5 576 084 – Care Dependency 2 058 799 – Child Support 41 793 203 – Grant-in-Aid 247 336 – Social Relief 219 256
6 417 920 52 481 51 922 6 312 277 1 240
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African Social Security Agency:
– Administration of social assistance 6 240 467 – Social assistance fraud investigations 70 581
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 environment and the promotion of South Africa’s interests in international labour matters through research, analysing and evaluating labour policy, and providing statistical data on the labour market, including providing support to institutions that promote social dialogue.
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.
3 Social Security Policy and Administration Provide for social security policy development and fair administration of social assistance.
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 Social Assistance Provide income support to vulnerable groups.
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
513 105 86 463 104 553 320 197 1 892
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Student Financial Aid Scheme: Social work scholarships 250 000 Non-profit institutions – National Association of People Living with HIV and AIDS: Care and support for people with HIV infections 353 – loveLife: Prevention of HIV infection amongst the youth 48 100 – National Bodies: Contribution to operations of non-profit organisations
– Service Standards 1 628 – Substance Abuse 2 603 – Older Persons 2 148 – Disabilities 3 383 – Children 6 831 – Families 1 210 – Social Crime Prevention 3 684
289 731 57 427 24 049 207 465 790
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Development Agency: Operations 171 713 Non-profit institutions – Soul City: Prevention of HIV infections 1 000 – National Association of Burial Societies of South Africa: Transformation of burial societies 1 050 – National Association of People Living with HIV and AIDS: Care and support for people with HIV infections 530 – Africa Institute for Community Driven Development: Community development and sustainable livelihoods 577 – FoodBank South Africa: Contribution to Food for All scheme 31 000 – Population Association of Southern Africa: Population programmes 200
20 1 073 485 97 900 160 519 812 895 2 171 Aim:
124 378 66 675 55 460 72 2 171
214 587 9 271 46 084 159 232
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Boxing South Africa: Operations 6 552 – South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport: Operations 14 024 Non-profit institutions – loveLife: HIV and AIDS awareness through sport programmes 33 673 – Sport Federations: Operations 97 033 – South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee: Support for athletes 7 950
553 461 16 160 39 710 497 591
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Mass Participation and Sport Development Grant 497 591
171 760 3 375 12 385 156 000
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – 2014 African Nations Championship Host City Operating Grant 120 000 Non-profit institutions – 2014 African Nations Championship Local Organising Committee: Operations 36 000
9 299 2 419 6 880
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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. Provide support to implementation 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.
3 Mass Participation Create an enabling environment and provide support to increase the number of participants in sport and recreation in South Africa.
4 International Liaison and Events Coordinate bilateral and multilateral sport and recreation relations with international partners, and support the hosting of identified major events and sports tourism.
5 Facilities Coordination Facilitate the provision and management of sustainable sport and recreation facilities.
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 Management, strategic and administrative support services.
2 Sport Support Services Support recognised sport and recreation bodies and public entities, and monitor and report on their performance.
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
21 18 748 074 12 452 068 5 101 955 77 555 1 116 496 Aim:
5 250 679 2 370 011 2 617 202 15 817 247 649
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 8 408
10 021 544 7 947 298 1 195 774 61 012 817 460
Of which – Facilities :
* – Repair and maintenance of correctional and other facilities 199 000 * – Upgrading, rehabilitation and refurbishment of correctional
and other facilities 604 067
1 092 355 803 934 243 040 50 45 331
1 582 155 620 797 956 200 509 4 649
801 341 710 028 89 739 167 1 407
22 40 243 343 20 863 845 11 344 023 7 355 004 680 471 Aim:
4 434 602 1 425 553 2 594 818 385 594 28 637
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 16 904
* – Military Veterans Management: Operations 351 431
3 283 875 1 562 548 1 334 222 170 509 216 596
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology 149 131 Public corporations – Armaments Corporation of South Africa Limited: Acquisition, maintenance and disposal services in terms of defence matériel, including research 13 250
13 853 840 8 908 843 1 531 771 3 209 808 203 418
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology 3 118 625 Public corporations – Armaments Corporation of South Africa Limited: Acquisition, maintenance and disposal services in terms of defence matériel, including research 54 447
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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 wellbeing of all inmates in the department’s custody.
5 Social Reintegration Provide services focused on offenders’ preparation for release, the effective supervision of offenders placed under the system of community corrections and the facilitation of their social reintegration into communities.
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 Provide the administrative, management, financial, information and communication technology, research, policy coordination and good governance support functions necessary for service delivery by the department and in support of the functions of the ministry.
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 Landward Defence Provide prepared and supported landward defence capabilities for the defence and protection of South Africa.
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 Develop policy, and manage and administer the Department of Defence; and provide for military veterans’ benefits through 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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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
6 250 213 2 850 669 1 803 386 1 581 624 14 534
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology 1 564 350
3 171 066 1 734 893 1 021 367 394 767 20 039
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology 179 058 Public corporations – Armaments Corporation of South Africa Limited: Acquisition, maintenance and disposal services in terms of defence matériel, including research 197 931
3 642 498 2 527 114 1 062 803 26 015 26 566
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology 5 174
762 405 282 460 30 766 445 637 3 542
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Executing defence intelligence activities 441 890
4 844 844 1 571 765 1 964 890 1 141 050 167 139
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Special Defence Account: Acquisition and upgrading of main weapon systems and technology 365 991 Public corporations – Armaments Corporation of South Africa Limited: Acquisition, maintenance and disposal services in terms of defence matériel, including research 755 636
23 216 991 132 423 81 759 140 2 669 Aim:
88 446 41 876 45 562 137 871
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 132
124 295 86 785 35 737 3 1 770
4 250 3 762 460 28
24 14 134 222 6 754 873 4 159 170 11 477 2 029 780 1 178 922 Aim:
1 534 761 409 201 1 068 615 160 11 319 45 466
8 General Support
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.
Provide general support capabilities and services to the department.
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 the overall management of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate and support services, including strategic support to the directorate.
2 Investigation and Information Management
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.
Manage the department, develop policies and strategies for the efficient administration of justice, and provide centralised support services.
Coordinate and facilitate the Independent Police Investigative Directorate’s processes, and develop policy and strategic frameworks that guide and report on investigations.
3 Legal Services Manage and facilitate the provision of investigation advisory services, and provide legal and litigation advisory 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
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Capital Assets
Payments for Financial
Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 5 595 Foreign governments and international organisations – International Criminal Court: Membership fees 5 489
5 862 367 3 212 358 1 588 483 3 173 25 384 1 032 969
Of which * – Buildings and Other Fixed Structures: Building and upgrading
of court infrastructure 982 635
852 027 712 061 130 485 635 1 483 7 363
3 050 359 2 421 253 541 220 7 509 9 800 70 577
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 2 446
2 834 708 830 367 1 981 794 22 547
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts
* – Legal Aid South Africa: Operations 1 360 682 * – Special Investigating Unit: Operations 305 859 * – Public Protector of South Africa: Operations 199 253 * – South African Human Rights Commission: Operations 115 999
25 67 917 118 50 416 704 13 880 133 552 570 3 067 711 Aim:
17 348 633 8 516 893 7 229 664 298 526 1 303 550
Of which * – Criminal Justice Sector Revamp and Modernisation Programme:
Projects to promote effective functioning of the criminal justice sector 295 998 15 951 * – Facilities Planning: Building and upgrading of police station
infrastructure 644 754 Departmental agencies and accounts – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 30 713 Households – Employee Social Benefits:
– Post-retirement benefits 27 426 – Injury on duty 110 247
– Claims Against the State: Civil claims for compensation instituted against the department 126 021
31 539 683 26 877 873 3 368 355 182 862 1 110 593
Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Post-retirement benefits 117 814 – Detainee Medical Expenses: Payment of medical invoices for awaiting trial detainees 48 200
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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 estates undergoing liquidation. Manage the Guardian’s Fund, prepare and promote legislation, facilitate constitutional development and undertake research in support of this.
4 National Prosecuting Authority
Develop policy and manage the department, including providing administrative support.
2 Visible Policing Enable police stations to institute and preserve safety and security, and provide for specialised interventions and the policing of South Africa’s borders.
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 Provide a variety of auxiliary services associated with the department’s aim. Fund transfer payments to the South African Human Rights Commission, the Public Protector of South Africa, Legal Aid South Africa, the Special Investigating Unit and the President’s Fund.
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
14 348 540 10 843 417 2 876 992 58 236 569 895
Of which * – Criminal Justice Sector Revamp and Modernisation
Programme: Projects to promote effective functioning of the criminal justice sector 173 892 1 391 313 184 132 Households – Employee Social Benefits: Post-retirement benefits 52 548
2 715 335 2 412 594 248 323 8 643 45 775
Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits:
– Post-retirement benefits 7 358 – Injury on duty 530
1 964 927 1 765 927 156 799 4 303 37 898
Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Post-retirement benefits 3 750
26 6 177 987 1 655 977 763 373 2 060 3 658 083 98 494 Aim:
663 949 341 181 306 969 223 8 723 6 853
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Primary Agriculture Sector Education and Training Authority: Operations 1 672 – National Research Foundation: Research 7 000 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 51
2 066 145 415 944 154 034 265 1 493 906 1 996
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Ilima/Letsema Projects Grant 438 456 Departmental agencies and accounts – Agricultural Research Council:
– Operations 848 655 – Capital 101 599
– Onderstepoort Biological Products: Building of vaccine production facility 96 500 Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuity 25 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 22 Non-profit institutions – Deciduous Fruit Producers' Trust: Pest control programme 7 649 Private enterprises – National Wool Growers Association: Scientific assessment for predator management 1 000
1 597 735 117 389 73 800 57 1 371 729 34 760
Of which Conditional grant to provinces
* – Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme Grant * – Infrastructure 905 746 * – Extension Recovery Plan 339 927 * – Colleges for Infrastructure 55 388
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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.
4 Crime Intelligence
Provide strategic leadership, management and support services to the department.
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.
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.
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of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Departmental agencies and accounts – National Student Financial Aid Scheme: Bursaries 14 427 – Perishable Products Export Control Board: Skills development and training for technologists 632 – Provincial and Rural Agricultural Colleges: Research and improvement of facilities 42 000 – Water Research Commission: Research 1 200 Higher education institutions – University of KwaZulu-Natal: Student support capacity and small scale processing plant engineering 1 000 – University of Pretoria: Research in respect of biofuels crops 800 – University of Fort Hare: Research in respect of animal traction 3 000 Households – Employee Social Benefits:
– Leave gratuities 82 – Severance packages 50
– Bursaries for Non-employees: Grootfontein Agricultural Development Institute 1 325 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 262 Non-profit institutions – Colleges in the Sector: Tuition and book fees for agricultural students 2 500 Private enterprises – Red Meat Industry Forum: Levy payment according to the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act (1996) 1 Public corporations – Ncera Farms (Pty) Limited: Operations 3 389
231 648 80 992 43 848 84 106 356 368
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Agricultural Marketing Council: Operations 33 819 – Small Enterprise Development Agency: Agri-business management skills for emerging farmers 2 000 Foreign governments and international organisations – International organisations: Membership fees
– Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research 4 000 – International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants 600 – Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International 150 – International Commission of Agricultural Engineering 100 – Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations 11 500 – International Fund for Agricultural Development 3 600 – International Cotton Advisory Council 170 – International Dairy Federation 50 – International Grains Council 160 – International Seed Testing Association 170 – International Organisation of Vine and Wine 500 – World Organisation for Animal Health 1 000 – Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development 80 – International Union of Forestry Research Organisations 27 – Centre for Coordination of Agricultural Research and Development for Southern Africa 2 500 – Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations 8 900
– Foreign Rates and Taxes: Rates and taxes paid in foreign regions 152 Public corporations – Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa: Promotion of black economic empowerment 33 347 – Forest Sector Charter Council: Operations 3 531
1 184 474 523 563 184 722 1 431 420 241 54 517
Of which Conditional grants to provinces
* – Land Care Programme Grant: Poverty Relief and Infrastructure Development 108 997
* – Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme Grant: – Disasters: Flood damaged infrastructure 298 959
Departmental agencies and accounts – Water Research Commission: Research in respect of water management 3 000 Higher education institutions – University of Pretoria: Coordinated tree protection cooperative programme 2 192 Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuities 343
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 Trade Promotion and Market Access Ensure value chain integration, and facilitate market access for agriculture, forestry and fisheries products.
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.
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Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Municipal bank accounts – Forestry Arbor City Awards: Annual competition to promote greening in municipal areas 600 – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 62 Non-profit institutions – Forestry South Africa: Promoting greening 5 788 – Food and Trees for Africa: Promoting school greening 300
434 036 176 908 257 128
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Marine Living Resources Fund
– Operations 6 646 – Vessels operations 250 482
27 2 043 917 194 995 289 800 1 553 960 5 162 Aim:
216 066 78 114 136 581 249 1 122
33 271 11 944 4 629 16 161 537
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – International organisations: Membership fees
– Universal Postal Union 3 555 – International Telecommunications Union 10 826
84 398 59 617 23 269 1 512
1 129 298 11 723 114 198 1 002 246 1 131
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Independent Communications Authority of South Africa: Operations 390 661 – National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa: Operations 35 746 – Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa: Operations 60 090 – .za Domain Name Authority: Operations 1 583 – Universal Service and Access Fund:
– Operations 45 046 * – Set Top Box subsidies 240 000
Public corporations – South African Broadcasting Corporation: Operations
– Channel Africa 44 673 – Public broadcaster 89 055
* – Digital migration project 76 000 – Community radio stations 8 842 – Programme productions 10 550
580 884 33 597 11 123 535 304 860
Of which Public corporations – Sentech:
– Digitisation 529 304 – 2014 African Nations Championship 6 000
28 771 466 98 004 52 961 612 582 7 919 Aim:
* 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.
1 Administration Provide strategic support to the ministry and overall management of the department.
2 International Affairs Ensure alignment between South Africa’s international activities and agreements in the field of ICT and South Africa’s foreign policy.
3 Policy, Research and Capacity Development
6 Fisheries Promote the development, management, monitoring and sustainable use of marine living resources and the development of the fisheries sector.
Communications
Promote economic development through participatory, coherent and coordinated economic policy and planning for the benefit of all South Africans.
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 ICTs by the majority of the South African population in order to bridge the digital divide.
4 Broadcasting and Communications Regulation and Support Oversee and manage government’s shareholding interest in the ICT public 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.
Economic Development
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Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
63 564 34 313 21 332 7 919
25 549 18 521 7 028
663 793 32 374 18 837 612 582
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Competition Commission: Operations 176 888 – Competition Tribunal: Operations 16 945 – International Trade Administration Commission: Operations 79 770 – Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa: Recapitalisation of the Agro-processing Competitiveness Fund 108 000 Public corporations – Small Enterprise Finance Agency: Recapitalisation 230 979
18 560 12 796 5 764
29 6 598 172 247 562 221 267 6 124 192 5 151 Aim:
220 958 115 317 100 384 356 4 901
51 156 34 200 16 956
49 723 26 111 23 612
3 942 769 46 294 29 274 3 866 951 250
Of which Conditional grant to local government – Integrated National Electrification Programme Grant:
* – Electrification project 1 314 772 * – Approach to Distribution Asset Management 320 000
Private enterprises * – Integrated National Electrification Programme Grant: Non-grid
electrification service providers 91 152 Public corporations
* – Eskom - Integrated National Electrification Programme: Electricity connection to households 2 141 027
709 992 12 898 23 175 673 919
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Nuclear Regulator:
– Operations 348 – Capital 48 012
– National Radio Active Waste Disposal Institute: Operations 19 800
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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, develop and propose the alignment of economic policies. Develop policies aimed at broadening participation in the economy and creating decent work opportunities.
3 Economic Planning and Coordination
Provide strategic support and management services to the ministry and the department.
2 Energy Policy and Planning Ensure evidence based planning, policy setting and investment decisions in the energy sector to improve security of energy supply, regulation and competition.
3 Energy Regulation Manage the regulation of petroleum and petroleum products to ensure the optimum and orderly functioning of the petroleum industry to achieve government’s development goals.
4 Electrification and Energy Programme Management
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.
1 Administration
Manage, coordinate and monitor programmes and projects focused on access to energy.
5 Nuclear Energy Manage the South African nuclear energy industry and control source and special materials in terms of international obligations, nuclear legislation and policies to ensure peaceful use of nuclear energy.
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of Employees Goods and
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Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Public corporations – South African Nuclear Energy Corporation Limited:
– Operations 479 931 – Capital 9 553 – Decommissioning and decontamination projects:
– Operations 1 926 – Capital 79 963
– South African Fundamental Atomic Research Installation: – Operations 8 916 – Capital 11 893
Foreign governments and international organisations – International Atomic Energy Agency: Membership fees 13 577
1 623 574 12 742 27 866 1 582 966
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management Grant 180 722 Departmental agencies and accounts – South African National Energy Development Institute:
– Operations 63 344 * – Carbon Capture and Storage 69 000 * – Hydraulic Fracturing 2 000
Public corporations * – Eskom - National Energy Efficiency and Demand Side
Management: Operations 1 267 900
30 5 431 156 654 500 969 795 3 606 860 200 001 Aim:
747 314 228 176 356 533 12 890 149 715
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Global Environmental Fund: Membership fees 12 890
143 324 78 529 63 981 814
309 766 76 106 221 176 12 484
233 814 43 445 25 061 164 343 965
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African Weather Service: Meteorological services 162 943 Non-profit institutions – National Association for Clean Air: Operations 1 400
559 453 48 000 53 249 457 619 585
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority: Operations 28 790 – South African National Biodiversity Institute: Operations 208 684 – South African National Parks:
– Operations 191 842 – Capital 28 303
3 371 778 145 845 229 350 2 961 508 35 075
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Lead South Africa’s environmental sector to achieve sustainable development towards a better quality of life for all.
1 Administration Provide leadership, strategic centralised administration and executive support and corporate services. Facilitate effective cooperative governance, international relations, and environmental education and awareness.
2 Legal, Authorisations and Compliance Promote the development of an enabling legal regime, and an environmental licensing system.
3 Oceans and Coasts
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.
Environmental Affairs
Implement expanded public works and green economy projects in the environmental sector.
Promote, manage and provide strategic leadership on oceans and coastal conservation.
4 Climate Change and Air Quality Formulate policies, administer legislation and implement systems to improve regulation, monitoring and compliance regarding climate change and air quality.
5 Biodiversity and Conservation Ensure the regulation and management of all biodiversity, heritage and conservation matters in a manner that facilitates sustainable economic growth and development.
6 Environmental Programmes
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Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African National Parks: Capital 306 843 – South African National Biodiversity Institute: Capital 55 570 – South African Weather Service: Capital 20 000 – iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority: Capital 96 790 Households – Expanded Public Works Programme:
– Social responsibility 630 512 – Natural Resource Management Programme:
– Working for Water 623 730 – Working on Fire 368 632
– Expanded Public Works Programme Incentive: – Social responsibility 161 879 – Natural Resource Management Programme:
– Working for Water 144 709 – Working on Fire 52 843
Public corporations * – Development Bank of Southern Africa: Implementation of
Green Fund projects 500 000
65 707 34 399 20 445 10 500 363
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications: Research and implementation of waste management projects 10 500
31 28 110 463 365 984 430 449 352 27 309 764 3 914 Aim:
422 399 180 016 239 883 139 2 361
84 055 59 554 23 021 104 1 050 326
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Habitat Foundation: Membership fees 1 050
226 922 69 923 148 499 65 7 464 971
Of which * – National Upgrading Support Programme: Capacity building support
to municipalities for informal settlements upgrading 97 000 Higher education institutions – Nelson Mandela University: Establishment of a Chair for Human Settlements 3 244 Households – Bursaries Non-employees: Housing scholarship programme 4 220
27 377 087 56 491 19 046 44 27 301 250 256
Of which Conditional grants to local government
* – Urban Settlements Development Grant 9 076 906 * – Rural Households Infrastructure Grant 106 721
Conditional grant to provinces * – Human Settlements Development Grant 16 983 872
Departmental agencies and accounts – Housing Development Agency: Operations 97 497 – National Urban Reconstruction and Housing Agency: Recapitalisation 100 000 – Social Housing Regulatory Authority:
* – Capital Restructuring Grant 904 103 – Operations 32 151
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
7 Chemicals and Waste Management Formulate policies and administer legislation regarding the use of chemicals and waste management to improve regulation, monitoring, compliance and enforcement.
Human Settlements Facilitate the creation of sustainable human settlements and the improvement to household quality of life.
1 Administration
Fund and monitor the delivery of all housing and human settlements programmes, including oversight of public entities reporting to the Minister of Human Settlements and manage all matters related to improving access to housing finance and developing partnerships with the financial sector.
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 and oversee the implementation of the household sanitation programme.
4 Housing Development Finance
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Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
32 1 393 849 435 020 312 869 630 079 15 881 Aim:
271 459 136 188 121 182 1 239 12 850
Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuity 1 239
163 731 125 138 32 554 5 035 1 004
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Mine Health and Safety Council: Operations 5 035
222 729 118 649 58 758 44 824 498
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African Diamond and Precious Metal Regulator: Operations 44 824
735 930 55 045 100 375 578 981 1 529
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Council for Geoscience:
– Operations 242 607 – Capital 22 625
Private enterprises – Subsidies to Mines: Subsidies to marginal mines to implement water management solutions 18 000 Public corporations – Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa: Implementation of small scale mining projects 4 240 – Council for Mineral Technology:
– Operations 235 572 – Capital 55 937
33 9 459 740 1 676 908 1 375 183 6 391 374 16 275 Aim:
940 652 592 602 324 289 15 201 8 560
Of which Households – Bursaries for Non-employees: Studies in cadastral surveys and mapping 15 099 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 101
508 504 402 928 79 859 18 002 7 715
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Registration of Deeds Trading Account: Operations 13 741 Foreign governments and international organisations – Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development: Operations 1 400 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 12 Non-profit institutions – South African Council for Planners: Membership fees 2 849
1 227 423 231 277 635 846 360 300
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 Provide strategic support and management services to the ministry and the department.
2 Promotion of Mine Safety and Health
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.
1 Administration Provide corporate management services. Oversee departmental capital works. Provide bursaries to non-employees.
2 Geospatial and Cadastral Services Provide geospatial information, cadastral surveys, deeds registration and spatial planning, as well as technical services in support of sustainable land development.
3 Rural Development
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 Develop relevant mineral policies that promote South Africa’s mining and minerals industries to attract investment.
Rural Development and Land Reform
Initiate, facilitate, coordinate and act as a catalyst for the implementation of a comprehensive rural development programme leading to sustainable and vibrant rural communities.
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Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Agricultural Research Council: Capital 241 761 Public corporations – Independent Development Trust: Capital 118 539
3 388 048 222 265 139 126 3 026 657
Of which Households – Employee Social Benefits: Leave gratuity 240 – Restitution Grants: Land claims settlements 3 026 406 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 11
3 395 113 227 836 196 063 2 971 214
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Agricultural Land Holding Account: Land acquisition 2 218 287 – KwaZulu-Natal Ingonyama Trust Board: Land management support to communities on communal land 7 500 Households – Land Reform Grants: Land redistribution payments 745 409 Municipal bank accounts – Vehicle Licences: Licence fees paid to municipalities 17
34 6 198 155 260 733 193 341 5 741 903 2 178 Aim:
268 158 123 222 131 207 11 551 2 178
Of which Non-profit institutions – Institutional and Programme Support: Research 11 551
1 627 145 35 280 22 230 1 569 635
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Energy Grand Challenge: Research 41 728 – HIV and AIDS Prevention and Treatment Technologies: Research 21 317 – Innovation Projects: Research 37 019 – International Centre for Generic Engineering and Biotechnology: Research and development 10 936 – South African National Space Agency: Operations 111 708 – Space Science: Research 45 000 – Square Kilometre Array:
– Research and development 12 458 * – Capital 628 107
– Technology Innovation Agency: Operations 481 081 Non-profit institutions – For Biofuels: Research 5 854 – For Biotechnology Strategy: Implementation 37 728 – For Health Innovation: Research 43 725 – For Hydrogen Strategy:
– Research 32 479 – Capital 57 332
– Technology Top 100: Science and engineering awards 3 163
148 430 40 959 20 681 86 790
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Africa Institute of South Africa: Operations 35 237
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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 Research, Development and Innovation Facilitate knowledge generation and exploitation through research and development in the key priority areas of space science, bioeconomy and energy. Promote the expansion of South Africa’s knowledge stock by stimulating the development of innovative and viable products and services, together with their commercialisation, where appropriate.
3 International Cooperation and Resources
4 Restitution Settle land restitution claims under the Restitution of Land Rights Act (1994) and provide settlement support to beneficiaries.
5 Land Reform Initiate sustainable land reform programmes in South Africa.
Science and Technology
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.
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of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Non-profit institutions – Global Science: Growing international partnerships in the science arena
– African multilateral agreements 7 700 – Bilateral cooperation 12 203 – International resources 31 650
2 476 821 25 596 10 000 2 441 225
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Human Resources Development: Science and engineering 410 585 – National Research Foundation: Operations 1 112 879 – Research and Development Infrastructure: Infrastructure 442 840 – Science Themes: Research and development 83 607 Non-profit institutions – Academy of Science of South Africa: Operations 20 744 – Centre for High Performance Computing:
– Research and development 1 935 – Capital 88 504
– Emerging Research Areas: Research and development 49 204 – Indigenous Knowledge System: Operations 20 682 – National Nanotechnology Centres: Research and development 45 835 – Science and Youth: Research and initiatives to encourage youth participation in science 62 467 Public corporations – South African National Research Network: Research and development 101 943
1 677 601 35 676 9 223 1 632 702
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Global Change Science and Technology: Implementation of climate change strategy and ten year plan 67 586 – Human and Social Development Dynamics: Policy development 11 298 – Human Science Research Council: Operations 223 630 – Local Manufacturing Capacity: Research and technical support 101 947 – Local Systems of Innovation: Cold chain technologies project 108 022 – Natural Resources and Public Assets: Maintain and grow gene banks 69 463 – Research Information Management System: Development 4 519 – Science and Technology Indicators: Development 9 488 – South African Research Chairs Initiative: Develop human resources in science 74 045 – Technology for Poverty Alleviation: Development 30 448 Public corporations – Advanced Manufacturing Technology Strategy: Implementation 45 548 – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Operations 781 996 – Information Communication Technology: Implementation of projects and programmes 18 168 – Local Manufacturing Capacity: Research and technical support 10 000 – Resource Based Industries: Research and development 41 043 – Technology for Sustainable Livelihoods: Research and development 35 501
35 1 500 574 205 777 153 253 200 1 133 838 7 506 Aim:
205 721 100 868 100 354 152 4 347
875 483 29 070 12 709 9 833 078 617
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African Tourism: Operations 829 973 Higher education institutions – National Tourism Research Framework: Development 3 105
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 governance and risk management, legal, corporate affairs, information technology, and strategic communications support services to the department.
2 Policy and Knowledge Services Ensure strategic tourism sector policy development, monitoring and evaluation, and research and knowledge management services.
4 Human Capital and Knowledge Systems Provide leadership to foster an innovative and competitive society with skilled human capital, superior knowledge and research infrastructure.
5 Socio Economic Partnerships Enhance the growth and development priorities of government through targeted science and technology interventions and the development of strategic partnerships with other government departments, industry, research institutions and communities.
Tourism
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Assets Compensation
of Employees Goods and
Services Other
Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
49 602 28 369 14 926 13 5 539 755
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Regional Tourism Organisation of South Africa: Membership fees 3 323 – United Nations World Tourism Organisation: Membership fees 2 216
369 768 47 470 25 264 26 295 221 1 787
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency: Operations 3 000 – Tourism Accelerated Apprenticeship Programme: Operations 3 000 Households – Expanded Public Works Programme: Social relief assistance 214 114 – Expanded Public Works Programme Incentive: Social relief assistance 49 107 Non-profit institutions – Strategic Partners in Tourism: Operations 25 000 – Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife: Operations 500 – Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa: Membership fees 500
36 9 572 580 854 246 639 053 8 059 259 20 022 Aim:
690 079 278 736 402 623 2 580 6 140
138 638 77 316 20 337 40 435 550
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons: Membership fees 4 220 – World Trade Organisation: Membership fees 10 023 – Council for Geosciences: Equipment 1 000 Public corporations – Development Bank of Southern Africa: Regional spatial development initiatives 18 605
968 307 74 222 32 515 860 980 590
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Small Enterprise Development Agency:
– Operations 484 451 – Technology Programme: Support to start-up technology ventures 119 215
– National Research Foundation: Technology and human resources for industry programme 160 635 Higher education institutions – University of Johannesburg: Develop a programme on economic development 12 830 Public corporations – Industrial Development Corporation:
– Isivande Women's Fund: Financial support to women entrepreneurs 11 500 – Support Programme for Industrial Innovation 53 860
3 International Tourism
Provide strategic leadership to the department and its entities to ensure the successful implementation of the department’s mandate through 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 cooperation in line with the New Partnership for Africa’s Development.
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.
Develop and support South Africa’s tourism potential throughout the various regions of the world.
4 Domestic Tourism Promote the development and growth of sustainable domestic tourism throughout South Africa.
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
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of Employees Goods and
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Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
1 606 524 89 413 33 374 1 482 795 942
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African National Accreditation System: Operations 33 473 – National Metrology Institute of South Africa:
– Operations 85 942 – Capital 60 000
– National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications: Operations 103 000 Foreign governments and international organisations – United Nations Industrial Development Organisation: Membership fees 5 275 – French Institute of South Africa: African programme on rethinking development economics 2 200 Private enterprises – Intsimbi National Tooling Initiative: Rehabilitation and growth of the tool, die and mould manufacturing industry 54 434 – Centurion Aerospace Village: Capital 15 800 – Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies: Development of industrial policies 4 000 Public corporations – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research:
– Aerospace Industry 21 226 – National Cleaner Production Centre 43 678 – National Foundry Technology Network 21 194
– Industrial Development Corporation: – Customised Sector Programmes 68 041 – Clothing and Textile Production Incentive 758 250
– South African Bureau of Standards – Research 204 967 – Small Business Technical Consulting: Membership fees 1 312
256 157 49 328 22 449 183 580 800
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – National Credit Regulator: Operations 60 691 – National Gambling Board: Operations 27 717 – National Consumer Tribunal: Operations 36 099 – National Consumer Commission: Operations 44 516 – Companies Tribunal: Operations 10 337 Foreign governments and international organisations – World Intellectual Property Organisation: Membership fees 4 220
5 543 134 142 013 33 375 5 358 246 9 500
Of which Private enterprises – Broadening Participation Development Incentives: Incentives to support black business suppliers 147 000 – Services Sector Development Incentives: Incentives for call centres 590 000 – Special Economic Zones: Investment incentives 500 000 – Critical Infrastructure Programme: Capital 190 000 – Manufacturing Development Incentives: Incentive to local and foreign investors 3 284 051 – Export Market and Investment Assistance: Incentive scheme 209 000 Public corporations – Coega Development Corporation: Capital 308 195 – East London Industrial Development Zone: Capital 100 000 – Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone Company: Capital 30 000
369 741 143 218 94 380 130 643 1 500
Of which Foreign governments and international organisations – Export Consultancy Trust Funds:
– International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank): Feasibility studies 4 900
– International Finance Corporation: Assistance to South African businesses to build a long term sustainable export strategy 4 900
4 Industrial Development: Policy Development
Increase export capacity and support direct investment flows through strategies for targeted markets and an effectively managed network of foreign trade offices.
Design and implement policies, strategies and programmes to develop the manufacturing and related sectors of the economy. Contribute to the creation of decent jobs, add value to manufactured products and enhance competitiveness in the 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 Industrial Development: Incentive Administration Stimulate and facilitate the development of sustainable, competitive enterprises through the efficient provision of effective and accessible incentive measures that support national priorities.
7 Trade and Investment South Africa
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Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Non-profit institutions – Proudly South African Campaign: Operations 10 550 Public corporations – Export Credit Insurance Corporation: Interest Make-up Scheme 110 293
37 42 275 340 360 126 556 840 41 353 778 4 596 Aim:
353 094 156 756 183 619 10 549 2 170
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Transport Education and Training Authority: Operations 218 Higher education institutions – Universities of Pretoria, KwaZulu-Natal and Stellenbosch: Bursaries for transport study students and support for critical transport programmes 10 179
80 632 34 451 45 337 844
11 240 753 19 713 15 345 11 205 626 69
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Railway Safety Regulator: Operations 46 513 Public corporations – Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa:
– Operations 3 678 003 – Capital 7 481 110
19 541 470 55 923 47 385 19 437 545 617
Of which Conditional grant to local government
* – Rural Roads Asset Management Systems Grant 52 205 Conditional grant to provinces – Provincial Roads Maintenance Grant:
* – Roads maintenance 7 519 488 * – Disaster relief 367 822 * – Coal haulage road network 808 900
Departmental agencies and accounts – Road Traffic Management Corporation: Operations 166 946 – Road Traffic Infringement Agency: Operations 25 000 – South African National Roads Agency:
– Operations 3 453 733 – Non-toll network: Capital 6 394 541
* – Coal haulage road network 648 910
139 964 32 130 73 337 34 094 403
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – South African Civil Aviation Authority: Accident and incident investigations 18 155 – South African Maritime Safety Authority: Maritime rescue coordination centre 6 497 Foreign governments and international organisations – African Civil Aviation Commission: Membership fees 4 077 – International Civil Aviation Organisation: Membership fees 3 510 – Cospas Search and Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking: Membership fees 413 Non-profit institutions – National Sea Rescue Institute: Search and rescue services 1 223
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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 Coordinate and render effective, efficient strategic support and administrative services to the minister, director general and department and develop transport skills for the sector.
2 Integrated Transport Planning
Facilitate through regulation and investigation the development of an economically viable air transport industry that is safe, secure, efficient, environmentally friendly and compliant with international standards. Oversee the aviation public entities.
Manage and facilitate national strategic planning, including planning for new projects, and conduct research and formulate national transport policy, including for the cross-modal area of logistics. Coordinate international and intersphere relations.
3 Rail Transport Facilitate and coordinate the development of sustainable rail transport policies, strategies and systems. Oversee rail public entities.
4 Road Transport Regulate road traffic management. Ensure the maintenance and development of an integrated road network through the development of standards and guidelines, and oversight of the road agencies and provincial and local road expenditure.
5 Civil Aviation
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Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
105 328 20 969 60 203 23 829 327
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Ports Regulator: Operations 15 900 – South African Maritime Safety Authority: Operations 6 404 Foreign governments and international organisations – International Maritime Organisation: Membership fees 1 249 – Indian Ocean Memorandum of Understanding: Membership fees 276
10 814 099 40 184 131 614 10 642 135 166
Of which Conditional grants to local government
* – Public Transport Infrastructure Grant 4 668 676 * – Public Transport Network Operations Grant 881 305
Conditional grant to provinces * – Public Transport Operations Grant 4 552 521
Households – Taxi Recapitalisation: Payment to taxi owners for scrapping their old taxis 522 268 Non-profit institutions – South African National Taxi Council: Operations 17 365
38 10 186 963 1 227 209 1 465 114 2 103 3 916 370 3 576 167 Aim:
978 606 338 904 608 590 90 15 564 15 458
Of which Households – Bursaries for Non-employees: Water and forestry learning academy 12 660
516 366 203 223 223 129 281 51 839 37 894
Of which * – Regulatory and Pricing Strategy: Review of existing pricing strategy 7 893
Departmental agencies and accounts – Breede Overberg Catchment Management Agency: Operations 23 625 – Inkomati Catchment Management Agency: Operations 28 214
2 565 203 2 565 203
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Water Trading Entity: Water infrastructure management programme
* – Operations and maintenance 167 145 * – Capital 2 210 057
Foreign governments and international organisations * – Komati River Basin Water Authority: Loan repayment to the
Development Bank of Southern Africa 188 001
5 982 684 611 700 564 905 1 602 1 283 139 3 521 338
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
6 Maritime Transport Coordinate the development of a safe, reliable and viable maritime transport sector by developing policies and monitoring and exercising oversight of maritime public entities.
7 Public Transport Develop norms and standards, regulations and legislation to guide the development of public transport for rural and urban passengers. Regulate interprovincial public transport and tourism transport services. Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the public transport strategy and the National Land Transport Act (2009).
Water Affairs
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.
4 Regional Implementation and Support Coordinate the effective implementation of the department’s strategic goals and objectives at the regional level, including the establishment of water resource management institutions. Facilitate water conservation and demand management. Accelerate communities’ access to water infrastructure.
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 support services, including finance, human resources, legal, information and management services, communication, and corporate planning.
2 Water Sector Management Ensure that the country’s water resources are protected, used, developed, conserved, managed and controlled in a sustainable manner for the benefit of all people and the environment by developing and implementing effective policies and integrated planning strategies, and developing a knowledge base and procedures.
3 Water Infrastructure Management
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of Employees Goods and
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Current Payments Transfers and Subsidies
Of which * – Water Services Operating Subsidy: Indirect grant 77 517 53 627 4 150 * – Acid Mine Drainage: Installation of infrastructure required for the
management of acid mine water and overall management of the short term drainage solution 150 000
* – Regulation Branch: Expansion and strengthening of the regulatory function 19 493 20 846 335
* – Regional Management: Construction of water services projects 190 453 – Regional Bulk Infrastructure:
* – Administration of grant: National department 16 749 68 192 * – Indirect Grant: * – Greater Sekhukhune District Municipality Regional Bulk
Water and Wastewater Infrastructure - De Hoop Dam 266 311 * – Sedibeng District Municipality Wastewater Bulk Infrastructure 140 000 * – OR Tambo District Municipality Regional Bulk Water and
Wastewater Infrastructure 200 000 * – uMkhanyakude Regional Bulk Water Infrastructure 150 000 * – Other projects 2 197 086
Conditional grants to local government * – Water Services Operating Subsidy Grant 420 945 * – Municipal Water Infrastructure Grant 602 965
Households * – Water Services Operating Subsidy: Indirect grant
– Employee social benefits 3 600 – Resource Poor Farmers: Operating subsidy for emerging farmers from previously disadvantaged groups 5 510 Public corporations – Regional Bulk Infrastructure: Indirect Grant:
* – uMgeni Water Board: Lower Tugela Bulk Water Infrastructure 50 000 * – Magalies Water Board: Pilansberg Regional Bulk Water
Infrastructure 200 000
118 691 59 789 57 365 60 1 477
Of which * – Regulation Branch: Expand and strengthen the regulatory function 10 927 27 800 685
25 413 13 593 11 125 70 625
Of which Departmental agencies and accounts – Communication: Radio and television licences 2 Foreign governments and international organisations – Orange-Senqu River Basin Commission: Operations 524 – African Ministers' Council on Water: Membership fees 99
TOTAL 588 682 084 111 915 555 56 964 338 88 335 402 550 452 14 258 404 2 905 000 * Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
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.
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).
6 International Water Cooperation
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