Appropriation Act

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Appropriation Act [No 9 of 2008]


Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Vol. 517 Cape Town 22 July 2008 No. 31266
THE PRESIDENCY No. 780 22 July 2008
It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 9 of 2008: Appropriation Act, 2008.

ACT To provide for the appropriation of money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State in the 2008/09 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WHEREAS section 213(2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, provides that money may be withdrawn from the National Revenue Fund only in terms of an appropriation by an Act of Parliament;
AND 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,
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, contemplated in section 214(1)(c) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996; ‘‘current payments’’ means any payment made by a national department in respect of the operational requirements of that department, and includes payments for the compensation of employees, goods and services, interest, rental of immovable property and financial transactions relating to assets and liabilities, but excludes transfers and subsidies, payments for capital assets and payments made under section 73 of the Public Finance Management Act; ‘‘payments for capital assets’’ means any payment made by a national department— (a) for an asset that can be used continuously or repeatedly in production for more
than one year, and which is expected to have future economic benefits or service potential for the national department making the payment; and
(b) that must be classified as or deemed to be a payment for capital assets in accordance with the Reference Guide to the new Economic Reporting Format (November 2003, Version 2) and the Asset Management Framework (April 2004, Version 3.3), issued by the National Treasury under section 76 of the Public Finance Management Act;
‘‘Public Finance Management Act’’ means the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999); ‘‘transfers and subsidies’’ means any payment made by a national department to another organ of state or to a person or organisation outside government in respect of which the national department does not receive a direct benefit of similar value in return, and includes the payment of conditional grants.
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Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
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(Assented to 17 July 2008.) —————————
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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 2008/09 financial year, to votes and main divisions within a vote, and for the specific listed purposes, are set out in the Schedule.
(2) The spending of appropriations contemplated in subsection (1) is subject to the Public Finance Management Act.
Appropriation listed as specifically and exclusively
3. (1) The Minister may— (a) impose a condition in respect of an appropriation listed as specifically and
exclusively in the Schedule 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 contemplated in section 6(1)(g) of the Public Finance Management Act; and
(b) stop any allocation in terms of such appropriation until the condition imposed by the Minister is met.
(2) An amount stopped in terms of subsection (1)(b) must be reported to Parliament and the Auditor-General at the tabling of the next appropriation legislation in Parliament after the commencement of this Act.
Utilisation of saving
4. Despite the provisions of any law, the National Treasury may approve the utilisation of a saving in an amount appropriated under a vote for transfer to a specific institution, other than an amount specifically and exclusively appropriated, for any other purpose within that vote.
Short title
5. This Act is called the Appropriation Act, 2008.
4 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
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25
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
1 290 040 254 519 28 440 7 081 Aim:
183 980 173 009 4 107 6 864
Of which – Isigodlo Trust: South African Women in Dialogue 3 000 – South African Chapter on the African Renaissance 1 000
22 812 22 759 53
83 248 58 751 24 333 164
Of which – National Youth Commission 24 333
2 904 532 625 200 265 698 13 634 Aim:
215 677 210 321 5 356
178 268 174 479 3 789
64 489 59 391 2 625 2 473
Of which – International associations 2 625
183 025 181 009 2 016
263 073 263 073
Of which – Constituency allowance 202 801 – Political party support 54 964 – Party leadership support 5 308
3 4 340 708 2 980 867 767 578 592 263 Aim:
1 049 913 526 078 6 335 517 500
2 410 711 2 331 375 5 674 73 662
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide procedural and administrative services to effectively fulfil Parliament's functions of passing legislation and overseeing executive action
Provide telephone, travel and other facilities to Members of Parliament in the National Assembly and National Council of Provinces
Provide financial support to political parties represented in Parliament, and to its leaders and constituency offices
To formulate, co-ordinate, implement and manage South Africa's foreign policy and international relations programmes
SCHEDULE
1 Administration
The Presidency
2 Communications Provide a comprehensive communication, research, knowledge and information management service to enable the Presidency to communicate effectively with all its stakeholders, including the public and government
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
2 Legislation and Oversight
Provide strategic leadership, institutional policy, overall management, administration and corporate services to the executive, management and staff of Parliament
To lead, manage and develop the strategic agenda of government and oversee and ensure its realisation by government as a whole
To provide the support services required by Parliament to fulfil its constitutional functions, to assist political parties represented in Parliament to secure administrative support and service constituents, and to provide Members of Parliament with the necessary facilities
1 Administration
Parliament
3 Executive Co-ordination
Current Payments
Strengthen the strategic management and leadership capability of government through facilitating the alignment of strategies of all spheres of government and state-owned enterprises
Provide effective leadership, management and administrative support to the principals and branches of the Presidency
Vote
1 Administration
3 Public and International Participation Fulfil Parliament's public participation and international participation role and provide support to undertake such activities
4 Members' Facilities
5 Associated Services
Conduct the overall policy development and management of the Department
Promote relations with foreign countries and participate in international organisations and institutions, in pursuit of South Africa's national values and foreign policy objectives
Foreign Affairs
2 Foreign Relations
6 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
147 258 123 414 22 743 1 101
Of which – Municipal rates and taxes for diplomatic missions 22 743
732 826 732 826
Of which Membership Fees – African, Caribbean and Pacific 3 650 – Bureau of International Exposition 27 – Commonwealth 17 745 – Southern African Development Community 30 789 – United Nations 79 381 – United Nations Human Rights Council 316 Transfers to International Organisations – African Union 122 922 – Group of 77 Countries 105 – India-Brazil-South Africa Trust Fund 7 378 – New Partnership for Africa's Development 31 620 – Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 216 – Other International Organisations 1 032 – Gambian Government: Local Office Costs 211 – United Nations Development Programme: Local Office Costs 5 200 International Co-operation and Technical Assistance – African Renaissance and International Co-operation Fund 398 925 – Bacterial and Toxic Weapons Convention 458 – Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty 5 518 – Humanitarian Aid 24 072 – Indian Ocean Rim Research Centre 133 – Economic and technical co-operation for G77 developing country
members (Perrez-Guerrero Trust Fund) 56 – South Centre Capital Fund 1 107 – United Nations Development Programme in Southern Africa 1 052 – United Nations Programmes: Technical Assistance 105 – United Nations Voluntary Fund for Disability 70 – United Nations Children's Fund 211 – United Nations Convention on the Law of Sea 527
4 4 505 019 3 124 746 1 132 060 248 213 Aim:
1 294 444 1 159 344 1 134 133 966
1 182 622 1 065 585 2 790 114 247
900 058 899 817 241
1 127 895 1 127 895
Of which – Film and Publication Board 33 519 – Government Printing Works 135 222
* – Electoral Commission 959 154
5 4 141 402 1 580 315 1 512 706 1 048 381 Aim:
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Promote an understanding, both domestically and internationally, of South Africa's role and position in international relations, and provide protocol services
Fund membership fees and transfers to international organisations
4 Transfers to Agencies
3 Immigration Services
Deliver core functions by granting rights and citizenship to eligible members of the population
1 Administration
2 Services to Citizens
3 Public Diplomacy and Protocol
Provide financial support to the Film and Publication Board, the Government Printing Works and the Electoral Commission
Public Works To provide and manage the accommodation, housing, land and infrastructure needs of national departments; lead and direct the implementation of the national Expanded Public Works Programme; and promote growth, job creation and transformation in the construction and property industries
Control immigration taking into account South Africa's skills needs and manage refugees and asylum seekers in South Africa
Provide for the overall management of the Department and centralised support services
4 International Transfers
Home Affairs To protect and regulate the interests of the inhabitants of the Republic of South Africa regarding their individual status, identity and specific rights and powers, and to manage a supporting service for this
8 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
687 317 683 746 1 100 2 471
3 195 491 730 421 1 419 426 1 045 644
Of which – Property Management Trading Entity 528 000 Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – Devolution of Property Rate Funds Grant 889 325 232 741 164 298 68 177 266
Of which – Construction Industry Development Board 41 891 – Council for the Built Environment 26 286
25 853 1 850 24 003
Of which – Commonwealth War Graves Commission 15 545 – Construction Education and Training Authority 2 120 – Parliamentary Villages Management Board 6 337 – Loskop Settlement 1
6 418 255 261 658 154 280 2 317 Aim:
101 128 100 131 997
17 171 17 171
22 696 22 317 379
48 980 48 857 123
41 509 40 691 818
154 280 154 280
Of which
* – International Marketing Council 139 722 * – Media Development and Diversity Agency 14 558
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide for various services, including: compensation for losses on the government-assisted housing scheme; assistance to organisations for the preservation of national memorials; grants for the Parliamentary Villages Management Board; and meeting protocol responsibilities on state functions
3 Government and Media Liaison
4 Provincial Co-ordination and Programme Support
5 Communication Service Agency
1 Administration Provide strategic leadership and support services, including the accommodation needs, and overall management of the Department
Provide core communication services to GCIS and other government departments, both in-house and through outsourcing
Market South Africa internationally and promote local media development and diversity
4 Auxiliary and Associated Services
Provide and manage government's immovable property portfolio to support government's social, economic, functional and political objectives
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; and ensure the creation of work opportunities coupled with training for the unskilled, marginalised and unemployed people in South Africa by co-ordinating the implementation of the Expanded Public Works Programme
2 Provision of Land and Accommodation
3 National Public Works Programme
Promote development communication, strengthen the government communication and information system in all spheres of government, and facilitate the establishment of Thusong service centres to make services and information more accessible to the public, particularly disadvantaged communities
Co-ordinate effective, integrated and comprehensive communication and media liaison services across government
Government Communications and Information System (GCIS)
Provide for the overall management of the Department 1 Administration
To 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
2 Policy and Research Conduct communication research to provide communication advice on governance, and monitor the development and implementation of government programmes from a communication perspective
6 International Marketing and Media Development
10 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
32 491 32 491
7 21 318 192 1 116 923 20 189 907 11 362 Aim:
181 632 176 901 1 048 3 683
Of which – Finance, Accounting, Management, Consulting and other Financial
Services (FASSET) Sector Education and Training Authority 220
195 881 186 698 7 456 1 727
Of which – Technical Assistance Unit Trading Entity 1 000 – Project Development Facility Trading Account 6 000 – University of Pretoria: International Public Finance Conference 456
61 359 60 646 713
557 624 554 018 3 606
88 917 45 489 42 532 896
Of which – Accounting Standards Board 5 727 – Audit (Auditor-General) 16 547 – Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors 20 258
82 548 76 811 5 000 737
Of which – University of Cape Town: Economic Research Southern Africa 5 000
7 956 707 7 956 707
Of which
* – Project Development Facility Trading Account: Neighbourhood Development Partnership Indirect Grant 122 985
Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – Infrastructure Grant to Provinces 7 246 707Conditional Grant to Local Government * – Financial Management Grant 180 000 * – Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant 407 015
2 352 688 16 360 2 336 328
Of which – Civil Pensions 2 167 163 – Military Pensions 165 508 – SA Legion 68 – United Kingdom Tax 3 589
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide specialist policy analysis and advisory services in the areas of macroeconomics, microeconomics, financial sector, taxation, regulatory reform, tax policies, regional integration and international financial relations
2 Public Finance and Budget Management
Provide strategic management and administrative support to National Treasury, giving managerial leadership to the work of the department
3 Asset and Liability Management Manage government's financial assets and liabilities
7 Government Publication
7 Provincial and Local Government Transfers Manage conditional grants to the provincial and local spheres of government
4 Financial Management and Systems
6 Economic Policy and International Financial Relations
Create a communication vehicle that provides citizens with information on economic and other opportunities and how these can be accessed
Manage and regulate government's supply chain processes, implement and maintain standardised financial systems, and co-ordinate the implementation of the Public Finance Management Act (1999) and related capacity building initiatives
5 Financial Accounting and Reporting
National Treasury
1 Administration
To promote economic development, good governance, social progress and rising living standards through the accountable, economical, equitable and sustainable management of public finances
Provide analysis and advice on fiscal policy and public finances, intergovernmental financial relations and expenditure planning and priorities. Manage the annual budget process and provide public finance management support
Promote and enforce transparency and effective management in respect of revenue, expenditure, assets and liabilities of departments, public entities, constitutional institutions and local government, thus facilitating accountability and governance
8 Civil and Military Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits Provide for pension and post-retirement medical benefit obligations to former employees of state departments and bodies, and for similar benefits to retired members of the military
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Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
9 840 836 9 840 836
Of which Domestic Budgetary Transfers
* – South African Revenue Service 6 186 126 * – Financial and Fiscal Commission 23 125 * – Secret Services Account 2 763 583 * – Financial Intelligence Centre 44 474
– Co-operative Banking Development Agency 2 500 Domestic Programme Transfers – Development Bank of Southern Africa - Siyenza Manje 246 809 – Development Bank of Southern Africa - Financial Management Grant 50 000 Africa Integration and Support – Common Monetary Area Compensation 342 773 – Regional Integration 5 000 – Financial and Technical Support 15 130 Multilateral Institutions – African Development Bank and African Development Fund 102 382 – World Bank Group (including International Development Association) 39 134 International Projects – Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation 3 500 – International Funding Facility for Immunization 8 000 – Investment Climate Facility 8 300
8 412 306 388 429 21 731 2 146 Aim:
96 386 94 434 23 1 929
45 062 23 664 21 398
Of which – Public Service Education and Training Authority 21 375
110 362 110 250 32 80
38 747 38 664 23 60
90 198 90 155 23 20
31 551 31 262 232 57
Of which – African Association for Public Administration and Management 16 – Centre for Training and Research in Administration
for Development 97 – Commonwealth Association for Public Administration
and Management 26 – International Institute of Administrative Services 22 – International Personnel Management Association 4 – Organisational Economic Co-operation and Development 40
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
3 Management of Compensation
Develop and implement an integrated strategy, monitor employment practices, conduct human resource planning and diversity management, and improve the health and wellbeing of public service employees
2 Human Resource Management and Development
Improve governance and public administration for improved service delivery in Africa and other participating countries worldwide, in support of the vision of efficiency and increased public participation in governance, by fighting corruption and carrying out participatory monitoring
1 Administration
Engage in supportive interventions and partnerships which improve efficiency and effectiveness as well as innovative learning and knowledge based modes and practices of service delivery in the public service
Develop and implement compensation policies and guidelines for the public sector and ensure co-ordinated bargaining
4 Information and Technology Management
5 Service Delivery Improvement
Ensure the effective use of information technology in government, and facilitate the use of information technology for modernising government and establishing e-government practices, within an acceptable information security environment
To lead the modernisation of the public service by assisting government departments to implement their management policies, systems and structural solutions within a generally applicable framework of norms and standards, in order to improve service delivery
Transfer funds to other countries and multilateral and domestic institutions and public entities, including international development institutions of which South Africa is a member. Funds are also provided for specific programmes to the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA)
9 Fiscal Transfers
Public Service and Administration
6 Governance
Provide policy, strategic leadership and overall management of the Department
14 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
9 111 172 109 840 32 1 300 Aim:
56 487 55 155 32 1 300
Of which – Commonwealth Association for Public Administration
and Management 17 – International Personnel Management Association 11 – African Association for Public Administration and Management 4
14 649 14 649
18 249 18 249
21 787 21 787
10 105 527 51 781 51 307 2 439 Aim:
54 220 51 781 2 439
51 307 51 307
Of which – Augmentation of the Training Trading Account 51 307
11 1 272 219 1 247 922 52 24 245 Aim:
391 852 385 181 21 6 650
141 757 141 741 16
341 844 341 844
44 428 44 428
227 397 209 802 17 595
6 Corporate Relations 124 941 124 926 15
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide expertise on quality and methodology for official statistics, develop standards for conducting surveys and develop the business sampling frame
4 Integrity and Anti-Corruption
2 Leadership and Management Practices Promote sound public service leadership, human resource management, labour relations and labour practices
Facilitate the overall management of SAMDI and provide support services for its organisational functions
Statistics South Africa
4 Methodology and Standards
2 Public Sector Organisational and Staff Development
Optimise the use of technology in the production and use of official statistics; and promote and provide better access to official statistics
Undertake public administration investigations, promote a high standard of ethical conduct among public servants and contribute to preventing and combating corruption
Establish a high standard of service delivery, monitoring and good governance in the public service
Public Service Commission To promote the constitutional values and principles of public administration in the public service
1 Administration
3 Population and Social Statistics
South African Management Development Institute (SAMDI)
Facilitate transfer payments to the Training Trading Account for management development and the training of public sector employees
To provide a relevant and accurate body of statistics on the dynamics in the economy and society through the application of internationally acclaimed practices
1 Administration
Produce economic statistics to meet user requirements
Conducts the overall management of the Department and provides centralised support services, including support to the Statistician-General and Deputy Directors-General
2 Economic Statistics
1 Administration
Manage, organise, and provide administrative support to the Public Service Commission and its office
To provide and co-ordinate the provision of training and management development interventions that lead to improved performance and service delivery in the public sector
3 Monitoring and Evaluation
Produce population, demographic, labour market and social statistics to meet user requirements
5 Statistical Support and Informatics
Provide support to policy-makers in terms of statistical information, managing stakeholders and interacting with international statistical agencies as well as providing effective communication activities
16 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
12 2 117 082 286 433 1 825 240 5 409 Aim:
119 742 116 902 2 840
333 800 16 288 317 270 242
Of which Subsidies and Grants – Financial assistance projects to promote visual and performing arts 41 987 – 2010 FIFA World Cup Projects 50 000 Transfers to Public Entities – Artscape 35 138 – Business Arts South Africa 5 180 – Market Theatre 19 109 – National Arts Council 72 853 – Performing Arts Centre of the Free State 25 414 – Playhouse Company 29 812 – State Theatre 30 433 – Windybrow Theatre 7 344
102 050 49 136 52 049 865
Of which Subsidies and Grants – Financial assistance projects to promote language development 4 598 Transfers to Public Entities
* – Pan South African Language Board 47 451 215 296 28 379 186 496 421
Of which Subsidies and Grants – Cultural industries 33 157 – Investing in Culture Programme 88 623 – Promote arts and culture internationally 26 821 Transfers to Public Entities – National Film and Video Foundation 37 895
885 871 23 188 862 431 252
Of which Subsidies and Grants – Promotion of Heritage 35 682 Specific Subsidies to Public Entities – Transformation of Heritage Institutions 3 515 – Capital Works for projects at public entities 350 623 Transfers to Public Entities – Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum: Paarl 3 142 – Engelenburg House Art Collection: Pretoria 205 – Freedom Park Trust: Pretoria 50 000 – Freedom Park Trust: Pretoria: Capital Project 144 000 – Iziko Museums of Cape Town 43 995 – Luthuli Museum 5 328 – Natal Museum: Pietermaritzburg 11 235 – National Heritage Council 29 965 – National Museum: Bloemfontein 21 098 – Nelson Mandela Museum: Mthatha 13 890 – Robben Island Museum: Cape Town 46 072 – South African Geographical Names Council 5 241 – South African Heritage Resources Agency 31 005 – The National English Literary Museum: Grahamstown 5 719 – Voortrekker Museum: Pietermaritzburg 8 046 – War Museum of the Boer Republics: Bloemfontein 5 472 – William Humphreys Art Gallery: Kimberley 4 009 – Northern Flagship Institution 44 189
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 Cultural Development and International Co-operation
1 Administration
Develop and promote the official languages of South Africa and enhance the linguistic diversity of the country
Conduct the overall management of the Department, and provide centralised support services
2 Arts and Culture in Society Develop and promote arts and culture in South Africa and mainstream its role in social development
3 National Language Service
5 Heritage Promotion Develop and monitor the implementation of policy, legislation and strategic direction for identifying, conserving and promoting cultural heritage
Arts and Culture To develop and preserve South African culture to ensure social cohesion and nation building
Improve economic and other development opportunities for South African arts and culture, nationally and globally, through mutually beneficial partnerships, thereby ensuring the sustainability of the sector
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Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
460 323 52 540 406 994 789
Of which Subsidies and Grants – Financial assistance projects to improve access to
information resources 3 670 Transfers to Public Entities – National Library of South Africa 50 178 – South African Blind Workers Organisation 4 652 – South African Library for the Blind 10 494 Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – Community Library Services Grant 338 000
13 18 857 546 1 083 297 17 765 521 8 728 Aim:
202 683 201 394 125 1 164
Of which Transfer to Public Entity – Education, Training and Development Practices Sector
Education and Training Authority 125
98 116 95 560 2 556
348 166 179 624 168 005 537
Of which Transfer to International Organisation – Guidance, Counselling and Youth Development Centre
for Africa: Malawi 100 Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – HIV and Aids (Life Skills Education) Grant 167 905 1 023 353 173 129 848 610 1 614
Of which Transfers to Public Entities – South African Qualifications Authority 37 566 – Umalusi Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further
Education and Training 16 044 Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – Further Education and Training College Sector Recapitalisation Grant 795 000
1 980 464 395 054 1 583 103 2 307
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – National School Nutrition Programme Grant 1 583 103 15 178 189 23 568 15 154 291 330
Of which Subsidies and Grants – Higher Education Institutions 13 556 618 Transfers to Public Entities – Council on Higher Education 31 208 – National Student Financial Aid Scheme 1 566 465
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide for policy formulation and the overall management of the Department
6 National Archives, Records, Libraries and Heraldic Services
Provide strategic direction and develop policy and regulatory frameworks for an effective and efficient higher education system so that it contributes to fulfilling South Africa's human resource, research and knowledge needs. Provide financial support to higher education institutions. Provide funding to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme
Provide strategic direction in the development, implementation and monitoring of education policies, programmes and projects
6 Higher Education
Guide, sustain and develop the archival, heraldic and information resources of South Africa to empower citizens through full and open access to these resources
Manage the development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and maintenance of national policy, programmes and systems for general education and quality assurance in support of and in co-operation with provincial education departments
5 Social and School Enrichment
To develop, maintain and support the South African education and training system for the 21st century
1 Administration
3 General Education
Provide strategic direction to the further education and training sector. Manage the planning, development, evaluation, monitoring and maintenance of national policy, programmes and systems for further education and training, including national assessments and quality assurance systems in support of and in co- operation with provincial education departments
Education
2 System Planning and Monitoring
4 Further Education and Training
Provide strategic direction for the development of policies and education programmes to ensure continuous improvement of the quality of learning
20 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
26 575 14 968 11 387 220
Of which Membership Fees – Association for the Development of Education in Africa 25 – Commonwealth of Learning 1 819 – United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation 9 103 Subsidies and Grants – India-Brazil-South Africa Trilateral Commission 390 – Childline South Africa 50
14 15 100 845 919 256 14 155 522 26 067 Aim:
215 647 211 156 265 4 226
Of which Transfer to Public Entity – Service Sector Education and Training Authority 265
3 713 085 417 727 3 280 695 14 663
Of which Subsidies and Grants
* – loveLife 63 000Transfer to Public Entity – National Health Laboratory Services 65 271 Transfers to Other Institutions – HIV and Aids: Non-Governmental Organisations 58 390 – Tuberculosis: Non-Governmental Organisations 3 483 – Maternal Child and Women's Health: Non-Governmental Organisations 1 030 – Mental Health: Non-Governmental Organisations 261 – LifeLine 11 000 – HIV and Aids Pharmacovigilance projects:
– Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA) 500 – University of Cape Town 500
– SA National Council for the Blind 525 – Soul City 14 000 – South African Aids Vaccine Initiative 10 000 – South African Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use 200 – South African Federation for Mental Health 234 Conditional Grants to Provinces
* – Comprehensive HIV and Aids Grant 2 585 423 * – Forensic Pathology Services Grant 466 878
326 527 86 884 236 885 2 758
Of which Transfers to Public Entities – Council for Medical Schemes 3 447 – National Health Laboratory Services (cancer register) 376 – Medical Research Council 230 436 Transfer to Other Institution – Health Systems Trust 2 626
1 714 204 37 397 1 675 999 808
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – Health Professions Training and Development Grant 1 675 999
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Co-ordinate, manage and fund a range of strategic national health programmes including developing policies, systems and norms and standards
7 Auxiliary and Associated Services
4 Health Human Resources Management and Development
2 Strategic Health Programmes
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
Health
Co-ordinate and promote effective international relations and give support and advisory services to provincial education departments
Conduct research to support planning and monitoring of the delivery of health services, primarily in the provincial and local spheres of government
Support the development of human resources for health
Conduct the overall management of the Department and provide centralised support services
1 Administration
3 Health Planning and Monitoring
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Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
9 052 457 87 862 8 961 678 2 917
Of which Transfers to Other Institutions – Compensation Commissioner 2 355 – Health Promotion: Non-Governmental Organisations 935 – Environmental Health: Non-Governmental Organisations 91 Conditional Grants to Provinces
* – Hospital Revitalisation Grant 2 882 663 * – National Tertiary Services Grant 6 075 634
78 925 78 230 695
15 1 732 911 1 237 766 450 431 44 714 Aim:
387 207 385 223 1 984
690 361 659 114 849 30 398
Of which Membership Fees – World Association of Public Employment Services 47 Transfers to Other Institutions – Deaf Federation of South Africa 163 – National Council for the Physically Disabled 200 – South African National Council for the Blind 249
203 700 111 333 80 167 12 200
Of which Transfers to Public Entities – Productivity SA 28 138 – National Skills Fund 46 949 – Umsobomvu Youth Fund 5 080
441 142 82 096 358 914 132
Of which Membership Fees – International Labour Organisation 7 150 – African Regional Labour Administration Centre 539 Transfers to Public Entities – Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration 261 710 – National Economic Development and Labour Council 13 959 Transfers to Other Institutions – Subsidised Workshops for the Blind 7 365 – Subsidised Work-Centres for the Disabled 57 818
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
6 International Relations, Health Trade and Health Product Regulation
Establish an equitable and sound labour relations environment and promote 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 the institutions that promote social dialogue
Ensure implementation of and compliance with Department of Labour policies and programmes through monitoring, evaluation and inspections
4 Labour Policy and Labour Market Programmes
Support the delivery of health services by providing regulatory frameworks and developing policy for health facilities and emergency medical services
Provide for the overall management of the Department and for strategic support and advisory services
To reduce unemployment, poverty and inequality, through policies and programmes developed in consultation with social partners, which are aimed at: improved economic efficiency and productivity; skills development and employment creation; sound labour relations; eliminating inequality and discrimination in the workplace; alleviating poverty in employment; enhancing occupational health and safety awareness and compliance in the workplace; as well as nurturing the culture of acceptance that worker rights are human rights
5 Health Services
2 Service Delivery
1 Administration
Labour
Human Resources Development Contribute to employment creation and skills development by promoting and monitoring the achievement of the objectives of the National Skills Development Strategy and the National Human Resource Development Strategy
3 Employment and Skills Development Services/
Co-ordinate bilateral and multilateral international health relations, including donor support, regulate the procurement of medicines and pharmaceutical supplies, regulate and provide oversight for trade in health products
24 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
10 501 10 501
Of which Transfers to Public Entities – Compensation Fund 10 500 – Unemployment Insurance Fund 1
16 76 007 974 422 643 75 576 636 8 695 Aim:
152 428 149 280 3 148
75 318 431 38 410 75 279 388 633
Of which Membership Fees – International Social Security Association 584 Subsidies and Grants
* – Disaster Relief Fund 10 000 * – Social Assistance Transfers 70 725 989 * – Social Relief Fund 5 000Transfers to Public Entities
– South African Social Security Agency 4 517 815 – South African Social Security Agency: Management
Information System 20 000
270 322 110 054 157 227 3 041
Of which Membership Fees – International Council on Alcohol and Addiction 17 – International Federation for the Aged 28 – International Social Services 126 – United Nations International Drug Control Programme 9 Subsidies and Grants
* – loveLife 41 000 – National Councils 8 547 – Planned Parenthood Association of South Africa 500 – National Religious Leaders Forum 1 500 – National Association of People Living with HIV and Aids 500 Transfer to Public Entity
* – National Student Financial Aid Scheme 105 000 173 394 33 227 139 705 462
Of which Subsidies and Grants – Non-Profit Organisations Partnership Fund 388 – South African Youth Workers Association 400 – National Association of Burial Societies of South Africa 750 – National Association of People Living with HIV and Aids 400 – Khanya: Africa Institute for Community Driven Development 1 500 Transfer to Public Entity
* – National Development Agency 136 267 93 399 91 672 316 1 411
Of which Membership Fees – United Nations Population Fund 170 – Partners in Population and Development 146
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide leadership for better planning, co-ordination, and monitoring of social development programmes. Oversee the revision of the organisational framework, institutions governing social security, and compliance enforcement
5 Strategy and Governance
Provide for overall management and support services to the Department
Welfare Services
4 Community Development
Ensure the provision of comprehensive, integrated, sustainable and quality social development services against vulnerability and poverty, and to create an enabling environment for sustainable development in partnership with those committed to building a caring society
1 Administration
Provide income support to the elderly, the disabled and children in need through social assistance grants as provided for in law. Assess the social, economic and fiscal impact of social protection programmes
Create an enabling environment that contributes towards the building of sustainable communities in partnership with civil society and other social partners
2 Comprehensive Social Security
3 Policy Development, Review and Implementation Support for
Develop, facilitate, monitor and evaluate the implementation of policies, legislation, strategies and programmes on integrated social welfare services
Provide for administrative and other support services to the Unemployment Insurance Fund and the Compensation Fund, and manage government's contribution to the activities of these funds
Social Development
5 Social Insurance
26 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
17 3 496 248 252 798 3 240 249 3 201 Aim:
83 320 80 924 195 2 201
Of which Transfer to Public Entity – Tourism, Hospital and Sport Sector Education
and Training Authority 54
106 631 51 577 55 054
Of which Subsidies and Grants – Sport federations 21 415
* – loveLife games 26 150Transfers to Public Entities – Boxing South Africa 2 011 – South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport 5 478
341 566 51 566 290 000
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – Mass Sport and Recreation Participation Programme Grant 290 000 42 488 42 488
6 105 5 105 1 000
2 916 138 21 138 2 895 000
Of which Conditional Grant to Local Government
* – 2010 FIFA World Cup Stadiums Development Grant 2 895 000
18 11 671 834 10 521 407 34 419 1 116 008 Aim:
3 111 582 3 025 995 10 085 75 502
Of which – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority 4 284
3 873 242 3 771 291 1 951 100 000
1 064 678 1 043 604 18 810 2 264
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Co-ordinate all inter- and intragovernment relations and provide support for hosting the 2010 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup in South Africa
2 Security
3 Corrections
2 Sport Support Services
Provide support for the management of Sport and Recreation South Africa
Contribute to increasing the number of participants in sport and recreation in South Africa
Co-ordinate, facilitate and monitor the provision and management of sustainable sport and recreation infrastructure
Sport and Recreation South Africa
Provide support to public entities and sport and recreation bodies, and monitor and report on their performance
Correctional Services
6 2010 FIFA World Cup Unit
5 Facilities Co-ordination
Co-ordinate inter- and intragovernment sport and recreation relations and provide support for hosting identified major events
4 International Liaison and Events
3 Mass Participation
1 Administration
To improve the quality of life of all South Africans by promoting participation in sport and recreation in the country, and through the participation of South African sportspersons and teams in international sporting events
Provide safe and healthy conditions for all persons incarcerated, consistent with human dignity, and thereby provide security for personnel and the public
To 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
Provide the administrative, management, financial, information and communication technology, research, policy co-ordination and good governance support functions necessary for all service delivery by the Department and in support of the functions of the ministry
Provide needs based correctional sentence plans and interventions, based on an assessment of the security risk and criminal profile of individuals, targeting all elements associated with offending behaviour, and focusing on the offence for which a person is sentenced to correctional supervision, remanded in a correctional centre or paroled
1 Administration
28 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
1 394 735 1 386 864 7 871
396 615 362 846 33 769
386 538 382 043 3 573 922
1 444 444 548 764 895 680
Of which
* – Capital Works: Provision of infrastructure for correctional and other facilities and the maintenance and upgrading thereof 679 861
19 28 233 155 18 050 911 9 760 579 421 665 Aim:
2 426 930 2 390 654 22 954 13 322
Of which – Reserve Force Council 3 376 – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority 8 800
6 792 237 4 827 873 1 925 380 38 984
Of which – Special Defence Account: Landward defence armaments acquisition 1 903 424
9 006 514 2 976 466 6 007 012 23 036
Of which – Special Defence Account: Air defence armaments acquisition 2 201 330
* – Special Defence Account: Strategic defence procurement programme 3 787 206 1 809 630 1 413 528 376 704 19 398
Of which – Armaments Corporation of South Africa Ltd (Dockyard) 95 359 – Special Defence Account: Maritime defence armaments acquisition 142 996
* – Special Defence Account: Strategic defence procurement programme 108 219 2 119 145 2 035 093 14 489 69 563
Of which – Special Defence Account: Military health equipment acquisition 1 500 – St Johns Ambulance Brigade 360 – Regular Force Medical Continuation Fund 220
509 850 174 137 335 014 699
Of which – Special Defence Account: Defence intelligence acquisition 332 413
3 933 746 2 816 323 915 153 202 270
Of which – Armaments Corporation of South Africa Ltd 435 265 – Special Defence Account: General support acquisition 467 001
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide prepared and supported air defence capabilities for the defence and protection of South Africa
Provide prepared and supported landward defence capabilities for the defence and protection of South Africa
Conduct the policy development, management and administration of the Department
2 Landward Defence
1 Administration
4 Care
To 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 services focused on: offenders’ preparation for release; their effective supervision after release on parole and correctional supervision as well as direct sentences to correctional supervision; and facilitating their social reintegration into their communities
Ensure that physical infrastructure supports safe and secure custody, humane incarceration conditions, and the provision of corrective services, care, development and general administration
Provide needs based care programmes and services aimed at maintaining the personal wellbeing of incarcerated persons in the Department’s care
Provide prepared and supported health capabilities and service for the defence and protection of South Africa
4 Maritime Defence
7 General Support Provide general support capabilities and services to the Department
6 Defence Intelligence Provide a defence intelligence and counter-intelligence capability
5 Military Health Support
Provide prepared and supported maritime defence capabilities for the defence and protection of South Africa
Defence
3 Air Defence
7 Facilities
Provide needs based personal development programmes and services to all offenders
6 Social Reintegration
5 Development
30 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
1 635 103 1 416 837 163 873 54 393
Of which – Special Defence Account: Force employment acquisition 152 090
20 98 497 90 733 56 7 708 Aim:
35 631 34 396 56 1 179
Of which – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority 56
49 964 44 719 5 245
12 902 11 618 1 284
21 8 341 432 6 739 565 1 081 410 520 457 Aim:
941 145 919 897 8 661 12 587
Of which – United Nations Institution for Unification of Private Law 4 240 – Contribution to National Skills Fund 4 421
3 371 615 2 944 335 7 244 420 036
503 153 498 558 500 4 095
2 122 727 2 041 251 8 937 72 539
Of which – Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority 1 240
1 402 792 335 524 1 056 068 11 200
Of which
* – Commission on Gender Equality 44 193 * – Legal Aid Board 660 312
– President's Fund 1
* – Public Protector 86 475 – Represented Political Parties' Fund 88 187
* – South African Human Rights Commission 60 603 * – Special Investigating Unit 116 297
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide and employ defence capabilities, including an operational capability to successfully conduct all operations and joint and multinational military exercises
4 National Prosecuting Authority
Manage all information needs and knowledge. Conduct proactive research and embark on various proactive oversight activities. Manage all communication and the marketing of activities and products to stakeholders
Provide a co-ordinated prosecuting service that protects certain witnesses, investigates serious organised unlawful conduct and removes the profit from crime
3 Information Management and Research
2 Court Services
1 Administration
Justice and Constitutional Development To uphold and protect the Constitution and the rule of law, and to provide accessible, fair, speedy and cost-effective administration of justice in the interests of a safer and more secure South Africa
To provide an accessible complaints processing mechanism and efficient and effective investigation of complaints of deaths, misconduct and criminality allegedly committed by members of the South African Police Service and Municipal Police Services, and to make appropriate recommendations
Independent Complaints Directorate
Conduct the overall management of the Independent Complaints Directorate and provide support services
Receive, register and process complaints. Investigate deaths in police custody and as a result of police action. Investigate and/or monitor complaints of criminality and misconduct. Monitor the implementation of the Domestic Violence Act (1998)
Provide a variety of auxiliary services associated with the Department’s aims, and fund transfer payments to the South African Human Rights Commission, the Public Protector, the Commission on Gender Equality, the Legal Aid Board, the Special Investigating Unit, the Represented Political Parties’ Fund and the President’s Fund
Manage the Department, and develop strategies and policies for the efficient administration of justice
2 Complaints Processing, Monitoring and Investigation
3 State Legal Services Provide legal and legislative services to government, supervise the administration of deceased and insolvent estates and the Guardian's Fund, prepare and promote legislation, facilitate constitutional development and undertake research in support of this
5 Auxiliary and Associated Services
1 Administration
Provide and manage efficient court facilities, and facilitate the resolution of criminal, civil and family law matters in South Africa
8 Force Employment
32 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
22 40 453 243 37 869 631 353 474 2 230 138 Aim:
13 382 925 12 222 963 186 230 973 732
Of which – Safety and Security Service Education and Training Authority 17 150
* – Integrated Justice Sector Programme 235 111 * – Construction and upgrading of police stations 748 718
17 081 910 15 999 771 122 823 959 316
Of which – Civil aviation 507
6 494 606 6 263 355 34 377 196 874
1 427 925 1 397 314 7 185 23 426
2 065 877 1 986 228 2 859 76 790
23 2 534 671 1 021 785 1 473 338 39 548 Aim:
300 364 274 901 733 24 730
Of which – Primary Agriculture Sector Education and Training Authority 586
901 814 139 909 761 172 733
Of which
* – Land and Agricultural Bank of SA - Micro-agricultural Financial Institutions of South Africa 247 000
* – Land and Agricultural Bank of SA - Agriculture Black Economic Empowerment 50 000
* – National Agricultural Marketing Council 22 459 * – Ncera Farms (Pty) Ltd 2 395
– Fort Hare University: Community Development Centres 1 000 – Capacity building small, medium and micro-enterprise development
– Free State University 1 000 – Tompi Seleke Agricultural Training Centre 1 000 – Owen Sithole Agricultural College 1 000 – Agribusiness Linking Projects 400
Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme Grant 434 918
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Enable police stations to institute and preserve safety and security, and provide for specialised interventions and the policing of South Africa's borderlines
To 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
4 Crime Intelligence
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
2 Livelihoods, Economics and Business Development
2 Visible Policing
Safety and Security
1 Administration Develop departmental policy and manage the Department, including providing administrative support
5 Protection and Security Services
Agriculture
Provide protection and security services to all identified dignitaries and government interests
3 Detective Services
Manage crime intelligence and analyse crime information, and provide technical support for investigations and crime prevention operations
Provide the department with political and strategic leadership and management, and manage capital investments
1 Administration
To lead and support sustainable agriculture and promote rural development through: ensuring access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food; eliminating skewed participation and inequity in agriculture; maximising growth, employment and income in the sector; improving the sustainable management of natural agricultural resources and ecological systems; ensuring effective and efficient governance; and ensuring knowledge and information management
Develop and facilitate the implementation of appropriate policies and targeted programmes aimed at promoting equitable access to the agricultural sector to promote shared growth and the commercial viability of emerging farmers and ensure household food security. Facilitate market access for South African agricultural products nationally and internationally. Promote broad-based black economic empowerment in the agricultural sector. Provide economic and statistical services to support economic growth and development. Monitor the economic performance of the sector
34 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
311 721 302 160 6 016 3 545
Of which – Sterile Insect Technique 6 000
259 900 195 062 55 180 9 658
Of which – Water Research Commission 2 004 – University of Stellenbosch: Aquaculture Provincial Grow-out Pilots 3 604 Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – Land Care Programme Grant: Poverty Relief and Infrastructure Development 48 969
760 872 109 753 650 237 882
Of which – International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants 298 – Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International 218 – Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research 3 330 – Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations:
Capacity Building 12 000 – Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United
Nations: Membership Fees 9 115 – Foreign rates and taxes 169 – International Commission of Agricultural Engineering 57 – International Cotton Advisory Council 157 – International Dairy Federation 31 – International Grains Council 139 – International Seed Testing Association 60 – National Student Financial Aid Scheme: Agricultural Bursaries 8 422 – Office International de la Vigne et du Vin 404 – Office International des Epizooties 540 – Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 100 – Perishable Products Export Control Board 600
* – Agricultural Research Council 514 556Conditional Grant to Provinces * – Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme Grant 100 000
24 1 723 605 363 814 1 351 633 8 158 Aim:
146 810 144 195 113 2 502
Of which – Information System, Electronics and Communication
Technologies Authority 113
41 249 37 126 3 200 923
Of which – International Telecommunication Union 700 – NEPAD e-Africa Commission 2 500
91 992 53 596 37 060 1 336
Of which – South African Broadcasting Corporation:
– Community Radio Stations 12 060 – Programme Production 25 000
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Develop ICT policies and legislation that support the development of an ICT sector that creates conditions for the accelerated and shared growth of the economy. Develop strategies that increase the uptake and usage of ICTs by the majority of the South African population, thus bridging the digital divide
Provides strategic support and overall management for the Department
3 Bio-security and Disaster Management
5 Sector Services and Partnerships Manage and co-ordinate intergovernmental, stakeholder and international relations, agricultural education and training, extension and advisory services, and scientific research and technology development
Manage the risks associated with animal diseases, plant pests and genetically modified organisms. Ensure food safety. Develop the agricultural risk and disaster management policy framework
Identify opportunities and develop strategies to optimise agricultural productivity and profitability through sustainable use and protection of land and water resources
Give effect to South Africa's foreign policy on ICT related matters, prioritising Africa's development. Establish a dynamic, effective and mutually beneficial multi-stakeholder partnership in the ICT sector that is reflective of, and responsive to South Africa's policy priorities
3 Information and Communication Technology Policy Development
2 Information and Communication Technology International Affairs and Trade
4 Production and Resources Management
Communications
1 Administration
Develop information and communication technology (ICT) policies and legislation that create conditions for accelerated and shared sustainable economic growth that positively impact on the wellbeing of all South Africans
36 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
1 321 466 17 258 1 303 760 448
Of which
* – Independent Communication Authority of South Africa 247 272 – National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa 25 303 – Sentech:
* – Digitisation 150 000 * – 2010 FIFA World Cup 200 000
– South African Broadcasting Corporation: – Channel Africa 34 834
* – Public Broadcaster 217 866 * – South African Post Office: Subsidy 371 600
– Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa 22 304 – Universal Service Fund 34 581
90 476 81 008 7 500 1 968
Of which – Meraka Institute 6 000 – .za Domain Name Authority 1 500
31 612 30 631 981
25 3 061 686 729 224 2 318 139 14 323 Aim:
198 366 196 877 1 489
268 956 113 136 144 916 10 904
Of which – Buyisa-e-Bag 20 000 – South African Weather Service 124 916
396 742 214 263 182 029 450
Of which – Marine Living Resources Fund 182 029
693 022 46 074 646 501 447
Of which – Business Trust 69 366 – South African Tourism 577 135
396 342 41 890 354 269 183
Of which – South African National Biodiversity Institute 128 831 – South African National Parks 202 269 – iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority 18 701 – Management of Blyde National Park 4 468
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide timely and informed advice to the President on all matters related to the development of an inclusive information society. Facilitate the development of an integrated information society in South Africa by promoting the realisation of the country's information society vision
1 Administration
To lead sustainable development of South Africa's environment and tourism for a better life for all
Promote the conservation and sustainable use of marine and coastal resources to contribute to economic growth and poverty alleviation
Create conditions for the sustainable tourism growth and development for the benefit of all South Africans
3 Marine and Coastal Management
Provide strategic leadership, centralised administration and executive support, and corporate services
Promote the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources to contribute to economic growth and poverty alleviation
4 Tourism
Protect and improve the quality and safety of the environment to give effect to the right of all South Africans to an environment that is not harmful to health and wellbeing
Ensure the development of robust, reliable and affordable ICT infrastructure that supports and enables the provision of a multiplicity of applications and services to meet the needs of South Africa and its citizens
5 Biodiversity and Conservation
Environmental Affairs and Tourism
4 Information and Communication Technology Enterprise Development
6 Presidential National Commission
5 Information and Communication Technology Infrastructure Development
2 Environmental Quality and Protection
Oversee and manage government's shareholding interests in public entities, in a manner that improves the capacity of the state to deliver on its mandate and support the speedy attainment of national goals and priorities. Ensure, through the use of ICTs, the development of the small, medium and micro enterprises (SMME) sector
38 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
1 108 258 116 984 990 424 850
Of which – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research 500 – Expanded Public Works Programme 668 324 – Global Environmental Fund 9 000 – South African National Biodiversity Institute: Infrastructure projects 10 000
* – South African National Parks: Infrastructure projects 232 600 * – South African Weather Service: Infrastructure projects 35 000
– iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority: Infrastructure projects 30 000 – African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN) 5 000
26 10 586 523 497 429 10 081 581 7 513 Aim:
126 509 123 542 2 967
105 542 103 609 1 000 933
Of which – Habitat Foundation 1 000
182 926 181 195 1 731
10 171 546 89 083 10 080 581 1 882
Of which – Social Housing Foundation 21 738 – Thubelisha Homes 10 000 – Social Housing Regulator 196 000 Conditional Grant to Provinces
* – Integrated Housing and Human Settlement Development Grant 9 852 842
27 6 659 396 1 097 306 4 661 488 900 602 Aim:
434 582 406 206 115 28 261
88 189 82 231 1 498 4 460
105 334 96 344 25 8 965
3 097 305 203 748 2 891 635 1 922
Of which – Restitution Grants 2 891 635
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide efficient cadastral survey management services including the provision of cadastral information services in support of land delivery and orderly development
Take responsibility for settling land claims in accordance with the provisions of the Restitution of Land Rights Act (1994), and provide settlement support to beneficiaries
Develop and promote national sustainable human settlement and housing policies supported by a responsive research agenda; monitor and assess the implementation, performance and impact of national housing policies and programmes; and provide integrated business information
Provide implementation and delivery support, build capacity, liaise and communicate with stakeholders and manage inter-governmental and international relations for housing and human settlement programmes
1 Administration
6 Sector Services and International Relations
Housing
1 Administration
4 Housing Development Finance
Land Affairs To create and maintain an equitable and sustainable land dispensation that results in social and economic development for all South Africans
Fund national housing and human settlement development programmes in terms of the Housing Act (1997), provide financial, grant and housing institutions management, and manage all matters provided for by the Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Act (2000)
Provide strategic leadership, administrative and management as well as legal support services to the Department
3 Housing Delivery Support
To determine, finance, promote, co-ordinate, communicate and monitor the implementation of policy for housing and human settlements
2 Housing Policy Research and Planning
Create conditions for effective corporate and co-operative governance, international co-operation, business performance and the implementation of poverty alleviation projects
3 Cadastral Surveys
2 Surveys and Mapping
Provide strategic and logistical support through executive and corporate services
Provide national mapping, aerial photography and other imagery, integrated spatial reference framework and other geo-spatial information, and professional and technical services in support of the national infrastructure and sustainable development, in compliance with the Land Survey Act (1997)
4 Restitution
40 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
2 888 469 268 596 1 766 133 853 740
Of which – Khula Land Reform Credit Facility 1 – KwaZulu-Natal Ingonyama Trust Board 2 492 – Land Reform Grants: Redistribution and Tenure Projects 1 763 640
32 286 30 019 2 080 187
Of which – South African Council for Planners 2 080
13 231 10 162 2 3 067
Of which – Public Sector Education and Training Authority 1 – Registration of Deeds Trading Account 1
28 3 595 423 645 584 2 939 959 9 880 Aim:
209 498 198 829 1 223 9 446
129 753 124 410 4 909 434
Of which – Mine Health and Safety Council 4 909
167 161 167 161
57 535 33 502 24 033
Of which – Industrial Development Corporation of SA: Small scale mining 24 033
65 097 59 691 5 406
Of which – Renewable Energy Subsidy Scheme 5 406
61 991 61 991
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide comprehensive administrative support to the ministry and the Department
Promote the sustainable use of energy resources through integrated energy planning and appropriate promotion, including through developing policy and regulations for petroleum products, coal, gas and renewable energy efficiency
Execute the Department's statutory mandate to protect the health and safety of mine employees and people affected by mining activities
5 Land Reform
To formulate and implement an overall minerals and energy policy to ensure the optimum use of minerals and energy resources
2 Promotion of Mine Safety and Health
7 Auxiliary and Associated Services
Take responsibility for providing sustainable land redistribution programmes, tenure security for all occupiers of land in South Africa, public land information and the management of state land
6 Spatial Planning and Information
Ensure that: development in the electricity and nuclear sectors is monitored; policies governing the sectors are improved and implemented; there is oversight of relevant public entities; and universal access to electricity is achieved
Take responsibility for augmenting the registration of the deeds trading account, acquire vehicles for departmental use, oversee departmental capital works and provide for a nominal contribution to the Public Sector Education and Training Authority
Regulate the minerals and mining sector to achieve transformation
6 Electricity and Nuclear
Provide for national land use management, spatial planning and spatial information systems
3 Mineral Regulation
Minerals and Energy
4 Mineral Policy and Promotion Develop mineral related policies and promote South Africa's mining and minerals industry in order to attract investment
5 Hydrocarbons and Energy Planning
1 Administration
42 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
2 904 388 2 904 388
Of which – Assistance to Mines 41 178 – Council for Geosciences 122 672 – Council for Mineral Technology Research 135 834
* – Electricity Distribution Industry Holdings Company 69 250 * – Eskom: Integrated National Electrification Programme 1 150 758 * – Eskom: Integrated National Electrification Programme: Backlogs in
the Electrification of Clinics and Schools 90 000
* – Integrated National Electrification Programme: Non-grid electrification service providers 84 000
– National Nuclear Regulator 20 333 – SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: Activities 445 797 – SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: Decommissioning Projects 84 053 – SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: South African Fundamental
Atomic Research Installation Reactor Conversion 14 217 – SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: Security 10 659 – South African Diamond and Precious Metals Regulator 40 000 Conditional Grant to Local Government
* – Integrated National Electrification Programme Grant 595 637
29 34 193 880 370 348 33 816 748 6 784 Aim:
150 219 146 245 300 3 674
44 449 43 636 813
11 577 11 577
108 399 107 099 1 300
41 430 40 433 997
33 745 775 33 745 775
Of which
* – Local Government Equitable Share 24 888 685Conditional Grants to Local Government * – Municipal Systems Improvement Programme 200 000 * – Municipal Infrastructure Grant 8 657 090
92 031 21 358 70 673
Of which
* – Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities 18 496
* – Municipal Demarcation Board 25 419 – South African Cities Network 4 700 – South African Local Government Association 22 058
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
7 Associated Services
Provide capacity building and hands-on support programmes to local government. Provide a national disaster management centre. Promote intergovernmental fiscal relations. Regulate and monitor the local government institutional and administrative framework
Strengthen local government capacity to increase access to basic services, including free basic services for all communities, to enable municipalities to meet their constitutional mandate
Provide for the transfer of conditional grants directly administered by the Department to the provincial and local spheres of government
Provide for financial transfers to various authorities and institutions in terms of the relevant legislation or founding agreements
7 Fiscal Transfers
4 Systems and Capacity Building
5 Free Basic Services and Infrastructure
3 Urban and Rural Development
Provide policy advice and research support for the development and monitoring of intergovernmental relations and the performance of provincial government; provincial-municipal relations; integrated development planning; local economic development; the institutions of traditional leadership; and international and donor relations
Provincial and Local Government
Provide for the management, leadership and administration of the Department 1 Administration
6 Provincial and Local Government Transfers
To develop and promote a national system of integrated and co-operative governance and to support provincial and local government
Manage, co-ordinate, monitor and measure the effectiveness of the integrated implementation of the Urban Renewal Programme and the Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Programme across all spheres of government
Provide related services in support of the Department's mandate through funded and non-funded statutory bodies and organisations
2 Governance, Policy and Research
44 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
Act No. 9, 2008 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2008
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
30 3 007 862 164 837 2 842 650 375 Aim:
65 986 64 961 650 375
Of which
* – Devolution of Funds from Public Works 4 488 2 137 580 10 580 2 127 000
Of which
* – Pebble Bed Modular Reactor 1 750 000 * – Broadband Infraco 377 000
158 163 28 163 130 000
Of which
* – Alexkor 130 000 11 641 11 641
605 669 20 669 585 000
Of which
* – South African Express: Recapitalisation 481 000 * – South African Express: Operational costs 104 000
28 823 28 823
31 3 703 972 226 629 3 475 082 2 261 Aim:
105 505 101 626 2 315 1 564
Of which – Technology Top 100 2 315
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Science and Technology
Provide an effective state owned enterprises shareholder management system and to support and promote economic efficiency and competitiveness for a better life for all South Africans
6 Joint Project Facility
Provide effective legal services, corporate governance risk management systems and implementation of legal aspects of strategically important transactions
3 Legal, Governance, Risk and Transactions
4 Manufacturing Enterprises
5 Transport Enterprises
Analyse State Owned Enterprise (SOE) strategies against government’s strategic intent, develop proposals around how the SOE can play a catalytic role in the development of the manufacturing cluster and monitor and advise on SOE financial and operational performance
Align the corporate strategies of Eskom, Pebble Bed Modular Reactor (PBMR) and Broadband Infraco with government’s strategic intent and monitor their financial and operational performance
Oversee the activities of Transnet, South African Airways and South African Express Airways in terms of corporate strategy and structure, operational performance, industry structure, corporate governance and policy, financial and risk management, corporate transactions, and benchmarking. Develop proposals around how the SOEs can play a catalytic role in the development of the associated manufacturing cluster through leveraging their capital investment programmes via the competitive supplier development programme
2 Energy and Broadband Enterprises
Identify synergies, co-ordinate and develop cross–cutting projects that leverage the assets, activities and/or capabilities of the SOE to the benefit of the SOE and the economy as a whole
Seeks to realise the full potential of science and technology in social and economic development, through the development of human resources, research and innovation
1 Administration Conduct the overall management of the Department. Ensure that the organisations funded by the Department comply with good corporate governance practices and their activities are aligned with the strategic focus of the national system of innovation. Monitor and evaluate performance of the science councils
Provide simple and effective management systems and practices for the Department
Public Enterprises
1 Administration
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
873 097 27 369 845 493 235
Of which – Biotechnology Strategy 175 507 – Health Innovation 20 000 – Hydrogen Strategy 84 571 – Innovation Fund 148 990 – Innovation Projects 4 510 – International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 10 000
* – HIV / Aids Prevention and Treatment Technologies 16 601 – Space Science 45 100
* – Square Kilometre Array 290 496 – Women in Science 450 – Biofuels 5 000
* – South African National Energy Research Institute 44 268 129 315 47 007 82 154 154
Of which
* – Africa Institute of South Africa 28 941 – Global Science 53 213
1 449 024 22 945 1 425 925 154
Of which – Academies 5 320 – Frontier Science and Technology 144 500 – Human Resource Development 256 810 – Indigenous Knowledge System 5 270 – Learnerships 6 640
* – National Research Foundation 686 959 * – Research and Development Infrastructure 141 106
– Science and Youth 43 188 – Science Themes 47 132
* – South African National Research Network 89 000 1 147 031 27 682 1 119 195 154
Of which – Advanced Manufacturing Technology Strategy 48 000
* – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research 545 861 * – Human Sciences Research Council 157 818 * – Information Communication Technology 69 977
– Resource Based Industries 33 201 – Technology for Poverty Alleviation 23 660 – Technology for Sustainable Livelihoods 32 155 – Tshumisano Trust 36 600 – South African Research Chairs Initiative for Human Sciences 18 500 – Local Systems of Innovation 6 912 – Local Manufacturing Capacity 28 179 – Global Change Science and Technology 17 000 – Natural Resources and Public Assets 52 832 – Human and Social Development Dynamics 26 500 – Science and Technology Indicators 3 000 – Research Information Management System 14 000 – Quality of Life Nuclear Technologies 5 000
32 5 102 605 984 334 4 103 093 15 178 Aim:
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
2 Research, Development and Innovation
Serve as a strategic partner within government and with industry, contributing to South Africa’s transition to a knowledge economy
To lead and facilitate access to sustainable economic activity and employment for all South Africans through its understanding of the economy, its knowledge of economic opportunities and potential, and its anticipation of the future. The Department also aims to catalyse economic transformation and development, and to provide a predictable, competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment for investment, enterprise and trade for economic citizens. In this way, the Department will contribute to achieving government's vision of an adaptive and restructured economy, characterised by accelerated economic growth, employment creation and greater equity by 2014
Trade and Industry
3 International Co-operation and Resources
5 Socio-Economic Partnerships
Develop and implement national programmes to produce knowledge and develop human capital and associated infrastructure, equipment and public research services
4 Human Capital and Knowledge Systems
Provide policy leadership in long-term and cross-cutting research and innovation area in the national system of innovation; and play a key role in developing strategic new areas of focus for research and innovation in South Africa
Develop and monitor bilateral and multilateral relationships and agreements in science and technology to strengthen the National System of Innovation and enable a flow of knowledge, capacity and resources into South Africa and Africa
48 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
398 094 380 444 6 919 10 731
Of which Subsidy and Grant Programme – Industrial Development Corporation: Fund for Research into Industrial Development, Growth and Equity 5 719
148 767 65 931 82 329 507
Of which Subsidy and Grant Programme – Development Bank of Southern Africa: Regional Spatial Development Initiatives 15 231 Transfer to Public Entity – International Trade Administration Commission 58 427 Transfers to Other Institutions – Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons 1 679 – ProTechnik Laboratories 2 043 Transfer to Foreign Institution – World Trade Organisation 4 949
1 597 612 170 938 1 425 610 1 064
Of which Subsidy and Grant Programmes – Industrial Development Corporation: Women Empowerment Fund 10 000 – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Maritime
Industry Project 1 – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Aerospace Industry 1 – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: National
Cleaner Production Centre 4 800 – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology
for Women in Business 6 171 – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology Venture Capital 6 001 – National Productivity Institute: Workplace Challenge 8 660 – Industrial Development Corporation: Support Programme
for Industrial Innovation 51 017 – Small Enterprise Development Agency Technology Programme 61 522 – National Research Foundation: Technology and Human
Resources for Industry Programme 161 982 – Centurion Aerospace Village 20 000 – Industrial Development Corporation: Customised
Sector Programmes 39 000 – South African Women Entrepreneurs' Network 2 475 – South African Bureau of Standards - Small Business
Technical Consulting 1 373 Transfers to Public Entities – Small Enterprise Development Agency 268 031 – South African Bureau of Standards: Research Contribution 139 508 – South African National Accreditation System 13 250 – National Metrology Institute of South Africa 49 657 – Khula Enterprise Finance Limited 69 932 – National Empowerment Fund 419 932 Transfer to Trading Entity – South African Micro Finance Apex Fund 88 093 Transfer to Foreign Institution – United Nations Industrial Development Organisation 4 204
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Provide leadership in trade policy formulation in South Africa to promote economic development by working to build an equitable multilateral trading system and by strengthening trade and investment links with key economies and by fostering African development through regional and continental integration, and development co-operation in line with the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD)
1 Administration
2 International Trade and Economic Development
Provide strategic leadership to the Department and its agencies, and facilitate the successful implementation of the Department's mandate through sustainable and integrated resource solutions and services that are customer centric
3 Enterprise and Industry Development Provide leadership in developing industry and enterprise policies and strategies that create an enabling environment for competitiveness, equity and growth and job creation
50 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
184 589 57 636 126 267 686
Of which Transfers to Public Entities
* – Competition Commission 44 000 * – Competition Tribunal 9 909 * – National Credit Regulator 34 082
– National Gambling Board 17 274 – South African Bureau of Standards: Trade Metrology 11 136 – National Consumer Tribunal 7 392 Transfer to Foreign Institution – World Intellectual Property Organisation 2 474
2 402 281 73 057 2 328 409 815
Of which Subsidy and Grant Programmes – Black Business Supplier Development Programme 32 529 – Business Process Outsourcing 110 000 – Co-operatives Incentive Scheme 19 330 – Critical Infrastructure Programme 107 005 – Enterprise Development 854 701 – Export Market and Investment Assistance 106 485 – Film and Television Production Incentive 179 240 – Manufacturing Development Programme Incentives 1 – Sector Development Programme 20 000 – Small and Medium Manufacturing Development Programme 9 661 – Staple Food Fortification Programme 10 001 – Industrial Development Zones - Other 5 000 – Enterprise Investment Programme 40 100 Transfers to Public Entities – Coega Development Corporation 635 636 – East London Industrial Development Zone (Pty) Limited 154 030 – Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone Company 44 690
297 431 163 008 133 559 864
Of which Transfer to Public Entity – Export Credit Insurance Corporation 123 648 Transfers to Foreign Institutions – Export Consultancy Trust Funds: – International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
(World Bank) 4 956 – International Finance Corporation 4 955
73 831 73 320 511
33 20 508 528 790 704 19 675 534 42 290 Aim:
170 537 160 916 8 078 1 543
Of which – Transport Education and Training Authority 166 – Universities of Pretoria, KwaZulu-Natal and Stellenbosch 7 796
37 733 37 297 436
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Stimulate and facilitate the development of enterprises, through the provision of incentive measures that support investment, job creation and regional economic development, such as through Industrial Development Zones
Develop integrated transport policies, regulate the economic efficiency of the transport sector, manage a national innovative research and development programme, develop appropriate legislation and provide economic advice and analysis for all modes of transport
Promote greater awareness of the Department’s role and its products and services, and facilitate access to and uptake of these products and services
6 Trade and Investment South Africa
To lead the provision of an integrated, sustainable, reliable and safe transport system, through safety and economic regulation, planning, development, co- ordination, promotion and the implementation of transport policies and strategies
4 Consumer and Corporate Regulation
Increase South Africa’s capacity to export by developing and implementing strategies for targeted markets. Increase the level of direct investment flow. Effectively manage the department’s network of foreign offices
Develop and implement coherent, predictable and transparent regulatory solutions that facilitate easy access to redress and efficient regulation for economic citizens
5 The Enterprise Organisation
7 Marketing
Transport
2 Transport Policy and Economic Regulation
Co-ordinate and provide an effective, efficient strategic support and administrative service to the Minister, Director-General and Department
1 Administration
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
255 863 244 282 11 009 572
Of which – Hamnet 55 – African Civil Aviation Commission: Membership fees 701 – Cospas Sarsat Contribution: Membership fees 315 – Indian Ocean Memorandum of Understanding: Membership fees 211 – International Civil Aviation Organisation: Membership fees 2 687 – International Maritime Organisation: Membership fees 957 – Mountain Club of South Africa 55 – National Sea Rescue Institute 950 – Off Road Rescue 55 – South African Maritime Safety Authority - Maritime Rescue Co-ordination
Centre 5 023
7 769 453 177 129 7 552 974 39 350
Of which
* – South African National Roads Agency Ltd 4 072 974 * – South African National Roads Agency Ltd: Public Transport
Infrastructure and Systems Grant 100 000
* – South African Rail Commuter Corporation: Public Transport Infrastructure and Systems Grant 210 000
* – Monitoring and Evaluation: Public Transport Infrastructure and Systems Grant 20 000
Conditional Grant to Local Government – Public Transport Infrastructure and Systems Grant 3 170 000
22 225 22 155 70
12 073 463 134 474 11 938 843 146
Of which
* – South African Rail Commuter Corporation 5 371 276 – Bus subsidies 2 829 596 – South African National Taxi Council 12 978 – Taxi Recapitalisation 459 000 Conditional Grant to Provinces – Gautrain Rapid Rail Link Grant 3 265 993
179 254 14 451 164 630 173
Of which – Railway Safety Regulator 33 361 – Road Traffic Management Corporation 103 888 – South African Maritime Safety Authority 8 535 – South African Civil Aviation Authority 7 464 – Independent Port Regulator 11 382
34 6 699 276 3 786 771 2 834 749 77 756 Aim:
586 696 563 927 1 055 21 714
Of which – Energy Sector Education Training Authority 1 055
* – Devolution of Funds from Public Works 119 967
* Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
Manage the implementation of the transport logistics strategy and the development of freight movement corridors
Develop appropriate mandates and monitoring mechanisms to oversee public entities and oversee border operations and control
Water Affairs and Forestry
Create an enabling regulatory environment in the areas of safety, security and environmental compliance, and manage accident and incident investigations in all modes of transport
4 Integrated Planning and Inter-sphere Co-ordination
7 Public Entity Oversight and Border Operations and Control
5 Transport Logistics and Corridor Development
Develop practices and norms that will increase access to appropriate and quality public transport that meets the needs of both rural and urban passengers
Manage and facilitate integrated planning and inter-sphere co-ordination for transport infrastructure and operations
To ensure the availability and supply of water at national level; to facilitate equitable and sustainable social and economic development; to ensure the universal and efficient supply of water services at local level; and to promote the sustainable management of forests
1 Administration Provide policy leadership, advice and core support services, including finance, human resources, legal, information and management services, communication and corporate planning
6 Public Transport
3 Transport Regulation and Accident and Incident Investigation
54 No. 31266 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JULY 2008
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R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Transfers and Subsidies
Payments for Capital Assets
Current PaymentsVote
3 238 399 1 239 904 1 969 527 28 968
Of which
* – Water Trading Account: Augmentation 316 233 – Catchment Management Agencies: Seed funding 3 988
* – Water Trading Account: Infrastructure 1 615 622 – Orange-Senqu River Basin Commission 572 – Swimming South Africa: Dam safety 387 – Financial assistance to small-scale farmers 29 830 – Financial assistance for dam safety 545 – Resource for Poor Farmers 2 350
2 427 999 1 548 013 861 467 18 519
Of which
* – Bulk Infrastructure: Indirect Grant 450 000 * – Backlogs in water and sanitation at clinics and
schools: Indirect Grant 210 000
* – Refurbishment of Infrastructure 25 000 * – Water Services Operating Subsidy: Water Boards 269 040Conditional Grant to Local Government * – Water Services Operating Subsidy Grant 861 467
446 182 434 927 2 700 8 555
Of which – Indigenous Knowledge Systems of South Africa Trust 100 – Forestry and Agricultural Biotechnology Institution 100 – International Forestry Students Symposium 100 – Forestry SA - Subsidy Research 2 400
TOTAL 345 307 566 99 895 405 237 941 322 7 470 839 * Specifically and Exclusively Appropriated
4 Forestry Ensure the sustainable management of the Department's plantations and indigenous forests, in order to realise their optimal social, environmental and economic benefits. Promote rural development through policy development, regulation, facilitation, and monitoring and evaluation
Ensure that the country’s water resources are protected, used, developed, conserved, managed and controlled in a sustainable and equitable manner for the benefit of all people
Ensure that all people in South Africa have access to adequate, sustainable, viable, safe, appropriate and affordable water and sanitation service; use water wisely; and practise safe sanitation
2 Water Resources Management
3 Water Services
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