Adjustments Appropriation Act

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Adjustments Appropriation Act [No. 14 of 2006]


Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Vol. 497 Cape Town 30 November 2006 No. 29440
THE PRESIDENCY No. 1207 30 November 2006
It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 14 of 2006: Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2006.

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Act No, 14,2006 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
(English text signed by the President.) (Assented to 24 November 2006.)
ACT To appropriate adjusted amounts of money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State in respect of the financial year ending 31 March 2007; and to provide for subordinate 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WHEREAS section 213(2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, provides that money may be withdrawn from the National Revenue Fund only in terms of an appropriation by an Act of Parliament;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,
E IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, B as follows:- Definitions
1. In this Act, unless the context indicates otherwise- “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(l)(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 10 for the compensation of employees and payments for 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; “main division within a vote” has the meaning assigned to it in section 1 of the 15 Public Finance Management Act; “payments for capital assets” means any payment made by a national department- (a ) for assets that can be used continuously or repeatedly in production for more
than one year, and from which future economic benefits or service potential is 20 expected to flow directly to the national department making the payment; and
(6) that must be classified as or deemed to be payments 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 25 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 any other person in respect of which the national 30 department does not receive a benefit of similar value directly in return, and includes the payment of conditional grants.
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Act No. 14,2006 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
Appropriation of money for requirements of State
2. (1) Adjusted appropriations by Parliament of money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State in the 2006/07 financial year, to votes and main divisions within a vote, and for specific listed purposes. are set out in the Schedule.
(2) The spending of appropriations contemplated in subsection ( I ) is subject to the Public Finance Management Act.
Appropriation listed as specifically and exclusively
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3. Despite the provisions of any law, appropriations to a vote or main division within a vote that are listed as specifically and exclusively appropriated in the Schedule may only be utilised for the purpose indicated and may not be used for any other purpose, 10 unless an Act of Parliament amends or changes the purpose for which it was allocated.
Short title
4. This Act is called the Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2006.
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Vote
1
Details of Vote
The Presidency Aim: To provide leadership in developing and managing govemmenfk
strategic agenda
, , . , , , , . . , . . , , , . . , , , . , . , . , . . , , , . ........................
2 Support Services to the President and Deputy President Of which - Development Bank of Southem Africa
............
3 Communications.. ...................... .......................................
4 Cabinet Office. ................................
5 Policy Co-ordination .._ ................................
Roo0
(17 058)
2 262
(4 828)
Current Transfers and Payments f Payments Subsidies Capital Asse
R O O 0 ROO0 R O O 0
(2 057) 12 (15 121)
1319 943
(1 948) (3 000) 121
(13 703)
(1 289)
(13 703)
(1 289)
230
2
3
Parliament Aim: To provide the supporl services required by Parljamenf to fuM/ its
consfitutional functions, to assist political parties represented in Parliament to secure administrative support and service constituents, and to provide members of Padiament with the necessary facilities
1 Administration .................... ..................................
2 Members’ Facilities.. ......................... ...................................
3 Associated Services . .................................................................. Of which - International associations
ForeignAffairs Aim: To formulate, co-ordlnate, implement and manage South Africa’s
foreign policy and international relations programmes throughout !he world
1 Administration .........................
2 Foreign Relations ...................... ..............................
(11 172)
6 194
4 978
(16 522)
10 822
5 700
~ ~-
78 768 1089 (7985’
22415 170 (33 75i
1044 (46831 51 981
4 372 ( 125) 73
(I 016) 1016
( 66) 66
(7 616) 5 700 191(
(16 378) 1 ( 14:
8 762 ( 1) 2 061
5 700
5 700
4 HorneAffain Aim: 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 promote a supporting service for this
1 Administration ..................
2 Delivery of Services ......................................
3 Auxiliary and Associated Services ...............................
........................
Of which - Film and Publication Board
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Provincial and Local Government Aim: To deve/op and promote a national system of infegrafed and co-
operative governance, and to support provincial and local government
1 Administration ................................................................................
2 Governance, Policy and Research ......................................................
3 Urban and Rural Development ...........................................................
4 Systems and Capacity Building ....................................................
5 Free Basic Services and Infrastructure .................................................
5 Provincial and Local Government Transfers ........................................... Of which Conditional Grants to Local Government - Municipal Infrastructure Grant
7 Fiscal Transfers ...........................................................................
Public Works 4im: To provide and manage the accommodation, housing, land and
infrasfructure needs of national departments; co-ordinate the National Expanded Public Works Programme; and optimise growlh, employment and tfansfomafion in fhe construction and property industries
1 Administration ................................................................................
2 Provision of Land and Accommodatin .................................................
3 National Public Works Programme ......................................................
Auxiliary and Associated Sewices ....................................................... Of which - Parliamentary Villages Management Board
~ ~~ ~~~
Government Communication and Information System Aim: To provide a comprehensive comrnunicafion service on behalf of
government to facilitate the involvement of the majon?y of South Africans in governance, reconstruction and development, nation building and reconciliation
1 Administration ...........................................................................
2 Policy and Research ........................................................................
3 Government and Media Liaison ..........................................................
4 Provincial and Local Liaison ..............................................................
5 Communication Service Agency .........................................................
7 Government Publication ...................................................................
De - R O O 0
488 848
(4 205
6 952
(2 269
(2 497
(2 588
490 848
2 607
36 581
(32 588
65 088
4 081
6 543
1 088
( 27
(195
( 376
(190
6 243
Is of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments fc Payments Subsidies Capital Asse
R O O 0 R O O 0 ROO0
(3 847) 491 137 1 551
(3 902)
6 926
(2 210)
(4 465)
(2 803)
490 848
490 848
2 607
121 Ill 6811 (91 34i
38 110 890 (3900C
17 913 1846 (52347
65 088
4 081
4 081
5 849 20 1 49:
625 17 44f
( 43) 2 1r
(499) 4
(431) 52
(315) 125
6 212 1 3c
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5 376
(3 600
154
1 251 go!
929 62;
-
~~
Details of Vote
7 724
6 635
76(
591
14;
( 42(
ttional Treasury n: To promote economic development, good governance, social progress
and rising living standards through the accountable, economical, equitable and sustainable management of public finances
2 186 466
Administration ................................................................................ Of which - Finance, Accounting. Management, Consulting and other
Financial Services Sector Education and Training Authority
( 569) 2 185 666 1 366
Economic Planning and Budget Management ....................................... Of which - Project Development Facility: Trading Account
Asset and Liability Management .........................................................
Financial Management and Systems.. ..................................................
Financial Accounting and Reporting ..................................................... Of which -Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors
Provincial and Local Government Transfers .......................................... Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces - Provincial Infrastructure Grant Conditinai Grants to Local Government - Local Government Restructuring Grant
Civil and Miliary Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits . . , , . , Of which -Civil Pensions - United Kingdom Tax
Fiscal Transfers.. ............................................................................ Of which - South African Revenue Service - Financial and Fiscal Commission - Development Bank of Southern Africa -World Bank
Jblic Enterprises m: To 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
Administration ................................................................................
Analysis and Risk Management ..........................................................
Legal, Governance and Secretariat.. .................................................... Of which - MA Ramafolo
Corporate Strategy and Structure.. ....................................................... Of which - Pebble Bed Modular Reactor - InfraCo
Corporate Finance and Transactions.. .................................................. Of which - Diabo Trust - Alexkor - Denel
Current Transfers and Payments fa Payments Subsidies Capital Asset
R O O 0
1181 636 (222 897)
30 868
(3 966)
13 061
(1 96 649)
(21 515)
(44 696)
1 396 809
527
50
(2 921)
(3 000)
21
23
10 895
10 881
960 379
865 379
95 000
16 249
17 212 ( 963)
411 636
29 031 2 500
258 308 121 797
3 959 1 141E
(3 628) 20
(1 800) 2 029 ( 75
2 030
3509 1251 400
624 400 627 000
(2 609) 932 236
3 152 82 084 847 000
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iblic Senrice and Administration n: To lead the modemisation of fhe public service, by assisting
government depaments to implement their managemenf policies, systems and structural solutions, within a generally applicable framework of noms and standards, to improve service delivery
Administration.. ............................................................................... Of which - Commonwealth Association for Public Administration
and Management
Integrated Human Resource Management and Development.. ..................
Management of Compensation, .......................................................... Of which - Government Employees Medical Scheme
Information and Technology Management.. ........................................... Of which - State Information Technology Agency
Service Delivery Improvement ............................................................
Public Sector Anti-Cormotion.. ...........................................................
International and African Affairs.. ........................................................ Of which -African Association for Public Administration and Management - Centre for Training and Research in Administration
for Development
Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation ....................................................
ibllc Senrice Commission in: To promofe the constitutional values and principSs of public
administration in the public service
Administration ................................................................................
Investigations and Human Resource Reviews .......................................
Monitoring and Evaluation ..................................................................
mth African Management Development Institute m: To provide practical, client-driven, organisafional development
interventions that lead to improved peffomance and service delivery in the public sector
Administration ................................................................................
Public Sector Organisational and Staff Development ...............................
D€
ROO0
116 816
8 321
(4 117
68 559
13 323
30;
120%
20 161
(1 79:
~~
67f
52s
6C
8E
s of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments fa Payments Subsidies Capital Asset
ROO0 R O O 0 ROO0
39 683
6 764
(4 144)
(6 407)
13 590
( 340)
12 040
19 846
(1 666)
I 872
1 534
52
( 21
( 255
63'
1;
3:
(11:
675
529
60
86
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atistics South Africa n: To pmvide a relevant and accurate body of statistics on the dynamics
in the economy and society through the application of internationally acclaimed practices
Administration ........................................................................... Of which - South African Statistical Association
Economic Statistics ..........................................................................
Population and Social Statistics ..........................................................
Quality and Integration .................................................................
Statistical Support and Informatics .......................................................
tsand Culture m: To develop and preserve South African culture to ensure social
cohesion and nation building
Administration ................................................................................
Arts and Culture in Society ................................................................
National Language Service ...............................................................
Cultural Development and International Co-operation .............................. Of which -National Film and Video Foundation -Cultural Industries
Heritage Promotion .......................................................................... Of which -Promotion of Heritage - Capital Works
National Archives. Records, Meta-Information and Heraldic Services .....
ducatlon im: To develop, maintain and support the South African education and
training system forthe 21st century
Administration.. ...............................................................................
System Planning and Monitoring .........................................................
General Education,,. ........................................................................
Further Education and Training.. ........................................................
Quality Promotion and Development ....................................................
Higher Education., ........................................................................... Of which - Higher Education Institutions
Auxiliary and Associated Services ....................................................... Of which - Association for African Universities
De - R O O 0
87 298
687
3 598
70 782
5 827
6 404
11 86:
27 27C
( 24(
(22 50(
7 80:
( 671
169 94:
(43 30:
( 37:
(2 24!
25 741
14 66'
160 77'
14 67i
5 of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments for Payments Subsidies Capital Assets
R O O 0 ROO0 ROO0
80 852 50 6 396
(1 225) 50 1 862
50
4 098 ( 500
67 282 3 500
4 872 955
5 825 579
6 995 4 668
27 270
( 240)
(22 500)
( 3) 3
8 000 (8 000)
3 138 4 665
1170 3 493
( 670)
5914 161 228 2 801
(44 487) 1 024 160
( 148) ( 6) (210
(2 319) ( 4) 74
25 002 118 628
14 456 (1 ) 212
( 39 728 160088
160 081
12 682 9 1984
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ealth im: To promote the heafih of all people in South Africa through a caring
and effecfive national health system based on the primary healthcam approach
Administration ................................................................................
Strategic Health Programmes ............................................................ Of which - South African Aids Vaccine Initiative - Life Line - LoveLife - Soul City - Medunsa - University of Cape Town - Palestinian Authority Conditional Grants to Provinces - Comprehensive HIV and Aids Grant
Health Service Delivery .................................................................... Of which - Mental Health: Nan-Governmental Organisations - South African Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use - Human Science Research Council Conditional Grants to Provinces - Hospital Revitalisation Grant - Forensic Pathology Services Grant
Human Resources ...........................................................................
&our im: To play a significanf role in reducing unemployment, poverty and
inegualify, fhrougb policies and programmes developed in consuffation with role-players and aimed at: improved economic efficiency and productivity; skills development and employment creation; sound labour relations; eliminating inequality and discriminafion in the workplace; and alleviating poverty in the workplace; as welt as to play a significant role in improving employment and protecting and improving wolkers’ rights and benefits
Administration ...........................................................................
Service Delivery ..................................................................................
Employment and Skills Development Services/ Human Resources Development.. ........................................................
Of which - National Qualifications Framework
Labour Policy and Labour Market Programmes ......................................... Of which - Commission for Conciliation. Mediation and Arbitration - International Labour Organisation -African Regional Labour Advisory Council
D - ROO0
183 99
( 7.
48 35!
139 76!
(4 05;
(19 2 9
2r
(27 93:
(32 88E
41 54:
ils of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments f I
ROO0
(29 968)
( 214)
(20 213)
409
(9 950)
Payments Subsidies Capital Asse
ROO0 R O O 0
198 104 15 86
( 74) 21
68 357 21
(5 000) 4 000 12 000 6 078 750 500
1 000
49 000
129 851 9 50!
( 62) 62
5 600
87 676 36 500
( 30) 5 92:
(43 471)
24
(27 605)
(15 841)
( 49)
27 463 (3 244
(14 000) (3 0 4 7
(14 000)
41 945 ( 351
41 543 41 5 62
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Details of Vote Details of adjustments appropriation
Vote Current Transfers and Payments for Payments Subsidies Capital Assets
18
19
Social Development Aim: 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
R'000
376 965
R'000
(11391)
R'000
387 806
R'000
550
1 Administration .
2 Comprehensive Social Protection.. Of which - Walvis Bay Project
3 Social Security Transfers and Administration Of which - South African Social Security Agency: Social
Assistance Administration - South African Social Security Agency: Grant
Administration Integrity
376 965
5 Development and Research Of which - Non-Profit Organisations Partnership Fund
6 Strategy, Regulatory and Oversight Management. Of which - University of Pretoria
(550)
(5 441)
(500)
(4 900)
5 441
5 441
376 965
321 193
55 772
500
500
4 900
4 900
550
Sport and Recreation South Africa Aim: 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
1 Administration
2 Client Support Services Of which - Sport Federations
4 International Liaison and Events Of which Conditional Grants to Local Government - 2010 FIFA World Cup Stadia Development
607 793
1 393
6 400
600 500
5 Facilities Co-ordination..
20 Correctional Services Aim: 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
1 Administration .
2 Security
(500)
(799 200)
(187 087)
(273 108)
(779)
(2 779)
2 000
500
(500)
604 400 4172
4172
4 400
4 400
600 000
600 000
(604 438) 929 (195 691)
(189 583)
(271 821) 83
2 496
(1 370)

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s of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments fol Payments Subsidies Capital Asset!
ROO0 ROO0 ROO0
Details of Vote
(87 361) 864 ( 127
(32 972) ( 808
(1 396) 37:
(18 040) ( 18) ( 5f
(3 265) (196 195
Corrections.. ...................................................................................
Det
R O O 0
(86 624)
(33 780)
(1 023;
(18 114)
(1 99 464)
72 799
5 472
11 149
56 178
60
( 36:
( 24:
-- 208 767
14 000
138 867
9 400
46 500
Care ...........................................................................................
i Development ...............................................................................
i Social Reintegration.. .......................................................................
. Facilities ........................................................................................ Of which Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Capital Works
befence \im: To defend and protect the Republic of Sooth Africa. its tenitorial
integrity and its people, in accordance with the Constitution and the principles of international law regulating the use of force
Landward Defence ..........................................................................
Joint Support ..................................................................................
3 Special Defence Account ................................................................... Of which - Special Defence Account
ndependent Complaints Directorate 4imi To investigate complaints of misconduct, corruption and criminality
allegedly commiffed by members of the South African Police Service and Municipal Police Services and to make appropriate reactive and proactive recommendations, to reduce the incidence of the behaviour that gives rise to such complaints
I Administration .............................................................................
! Investigation of Complaints ............................................................
I Information Management and Research.. ..............................................
Justice and Constitutional Development dim: To uphold and protect the Constitution and the rule of law, and to
provide accessible, fair, speedy and cost-effective administretion of justice in the interests of a safer and more secure South Africa
1 Administration ................................................................................ Of which - Contribution to Skills Fund
2 Court Services ................................................................................
3 State Legal Services ........................................................................
I National Prosecuting Authority .......................................................
i Auxiliary and Associated Services ...................................................... Of which - Represented Political Parties' Fund
(1 97 OOC
16 621 56 178
5 472
11 149
56 178
56 178
( 64) ( 7) 7'
(26 414) 1 084 39 33(
489
22 012 (55) 11691(
5 889 1841 1 67(
46 500
(1) 1
1
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s of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments fo Payments Subsidies Capital Asset
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De - R O O 0
(36 500
(36 50(
409 98;
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ifety and Security n: To prevent, combat and invesfgate crime, maintain public order,
protect and secure the inhabitants of South Africa and their property, and uphold and enforce fhe law
Visible Policing ................................................................................
griculture 'm: To lead and support sustainable agricultm 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 effiaent governance; and ensuring knowledge and information management
Administration ................................................................................
Livelihoods, Economics and Business Development .............................. Of which -Land and Agricultural Bank of SA - Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment - Co-operative Development Initiative - Co-operative Development Initiative (Agr - Biz) - Grain SA - Cotton SA - North West African Farmers Union (NWAFU) - Eastern Cape Commodity Organisation -Agricultural Economics Association of South Africa - Rural Women
Programme for Agriculture (AgriBEE)
Bio-security and Disaster Management ................................................ Of which -Agricultural Research Council -Avian Influenza - Classical Swine Fever Conditional Grants to Provinces -Agricultural Disaster Management Grant
Production and Resources Management .............................................. Of which -Water Research Commission -Grassland Society - South African Pork Producers Organisation - Milk Producers Organisation Conditional Grants to Provinces - Land Care Programme Grant: Poverty Relief and
Infrastructure Development
Sector Services and Partnerships.. ...................................................... Of which - Agricultural Research Council - National Student Financial Aid Scheme - Perishable Products Export Control Board -Office International des Epizooties - Ofice International de la Vigne et du Vin - Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations - International Cotton Advisory Council
(3 45s
(27 437
291 02:
(24 881
174 734
ROO0 R'000 R O O 0
(36 500)
(36 500)
59 712
(7 429)
(25 639)
73 784
(47 642)
66 638
330 826
329
(3 226)
43 000
(50 000) 324 212 300 500
1 000 500 14
1 000
214 428
8 000 12 565 148 310
45 403
11 856
250 10 65 40
11 235
107 439
103 838 3 000 600 193 73
( 270) 4
19 441
3 64'
1 42f
2 81:
10 905
65
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:ommunications lim: To develop lnfomation Communication Technology policies and
legislation that sfimulate and improve the sustanable economic developmenf of the South African first and second economies and positively impact on fhe social well being of all South Africans. The Departmsnf also aims to oversee state owned entities, such as the Soufh African Post Ofice, the South African Broadcasting Corporation and the lndependent Communications Authority of South Africa
Administration ................................................................................
Strategic Policy Co-ordination and Integration ....................................... Of which - Nepad e-Africa Commission - International Telecommunications Union
, Policy Unit ..................................................................................... Of which - lnformation Systems, Electronics and Telecommunications
Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority - South African Broadcasting Corporation:
Programme Production
7 Finance and Shareholder Management ............................................... Of which - South African Post Office Limited: Subsidy
Environmental Affairs and Tourism 4im: To lead sustainable development of South Africa's environment and
tourism for a betfer life for a//
1 Administration ................................................................................ Of which - Conference of Parties
Z Environmental Quality and Protection.. .................................................
3 Marine and Coastal Management ....................................................... Of which -Marine Living Resources Fund
1 Tourism .................................................................................... Of which - South African Tourism - National Business Trust
5 Biodiversity and Conservation ............................................................ Of which - South African National Parks - International Conservation Union
j Social Responsibility and Projects ....................................................... Of which - Expanded Public Works Programme
De
R'000
42 112
3 000
4 174
(2 501
37 43r
43 751
17 55:
(1 79f
42 39(
(2 50C
(11 9oc
Is of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments fa Payments Subsidies Capital Asset
R O O 0 ROO0 R'000
5 308
3 000
735
2 573
(1 000)
36 8C4
3 439
2 000 1439
(5 074)
( 900)
(4 174)
38 439
38 439
13 082 4 471
4 500
(1 793) ( 5)
4 955 36 996 441
37 000
(52 487) 49 987
8 003 42 000
(12 801) 291 61C
(1 500) 1 800
(5 992) 4 267 1 725
4 352
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Housing Aim: To determine, finance, promote, co-ordinate, communicate and monitor
the implementation of policy for housing and human settlements
1 Administration .......... ................
2 Policy, Planning and Research ......................................................
3 Programme Management ..................................................................
4 Housing Sector Performance and Equity ....................... Of which - Social Housing Foundation
5 Housing Development Funding . ..................................................... Of which Conditional Grants to Provinces -Integrated Housing and Human Settlement
Development Grant
LandAffairs Aim: To create and maintain an equitable and sustainable land dispensation
that results in social end economic development for all South Africans
1 Administration .........................................................
2 Surveys and Mapping ................................ ........................... Of which - Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development
3 Cadastral Surveys .. ...............................................
4 Restitution ....................................................... Of which - Restitution Grants
5 Land Reform .................................. ........................ of which - Land Reform Grants
6 Spatial Planning and Information ........................................................
7 Auxiliary and Associated Services , .. ................................
Minerals and Energy Aim: To formulate and implement an overall minerals and energy policy to
ensure the optimum use of minerals and energy resources
3 Mineral Regulation ................................................. ....
(1122 000)
9 817
(2 100)
(3 000)
(1 122 000)
(5 629)
912
4 Mineral Policy and Promotion .............................................................. Of which - Council for Geoscience (Mine Environmental
Research and Development) - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research -Council for Mineral Technology -The Chamber of Mines of South Africa
86 828
(20 100)
20 100
Current Transfers and Pavments fol
R O O 0 R'000 R O O 0
I
(13 971) 100 799
(20 100)
(900) 21 000
472 843
2 123
110 000
360 720
(111 205) 582 453 1595
1111 1012
( 257) 257
( 59) 59
(480) I10233 247
110 233
(1 11 520) 472 220 2[
I 472 220
(5 917)
6 639
(2 130)
( 16)
(2 843)
(6 565)
(1 000)
(1235 204)
3 676
30
2 019
3
(1122 000)
(1122 000)
(116977)
(117 000)
64
119 121
( 49e
(2 985
119620
87:
131:
I
28 No. 29440 GOVERNMENT G A m T E , 30 NOVEMBER 2006
Act No. 14,2006 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
Details of Vote
Hydrocarbons and Energy Planning ..................................................... Of which - Renewable Energy Subsidy Scheme
Electricity and Nuclear ......................................................................
Associated Services ......................................................................... Of which - SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: Activities - SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: Decommissioning
-SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: Security -SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: SAFARI Reactor
Projects
Conversion
cience and Technology im: To realise the full potential of science and technology in social and
economic development through the development of human resources, research and innovation
Administration ................................................................................ Of which - Technology Top 100
Science and Technology Expert Services ................................................ Of which - Institutional and Programme Support - lndigenous Knowledge Systems
International Co-operation and Resources .................................................. Of which -Global Science -Africa Institute of South Africa
Frontier Science and Technology ............................................................ Of which - Biotechnology Strategy -Frontier Science and Technology - Science and Youth - Science Themes - Human Resource Development
i Government Sectoral Programmes and Co-ordination ................................. Of which -Technology Planning and Diffusion - Learnership
'rade and Industry lim: To lead and facilifate access to sustainable economic activity and
employment for all South Africans through its understanding of the economy, ifs knowledge of economic oppottunities and potential, and its anticipation of the future. The Departrnent also aims to cafalyse economic transfonnation 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 towards achieving government's vision of an adaptive and restructured economy, charactetised by accelerated economic growth, employment creation and greater equity by 2014
Administration ................................................................................ Of which - Diplomacy, Intelligence, Defence and Trade Education
Training Authority
De
ROO0
5 814
5 715
75 299
3 000
629
(1 000:
(4 000:
5 893
1 478
276 116
(3 732
s of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments fo Payments Subsidies Capital Asset
R'000 ROO0 ROO0
1314 4 500
4 500
5 715
75 299
63 153
6 266 2 520
3 360
24 091
( I O 084)
651
24 727
2 299
6 498
(30 918)
928
629
(1 651)
(410) (1 500)
(28 738)
(31 782) 3 000
3 563
(1 0 000) 4 000
38
10 000 ( 478)
(5 020)
(3 500) (1 556)
9 827
9 785
11
31
20766 231 875 23 475
(1 9 929) 301 15 896
( 170)
30 No.29440 GOVERNMENT GAZETIE, 30 NOVEMBER 2006
Act No. 14,2006 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
Details of Vote
~ International Trade and Economic Development . . . . . . . .. . . . .... .... . ...... .. . .. , . , , Of which -World Trade Organisation - Organisatin for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons - ProTechnik Laboratories
Enterprise and Industry Development ..... . . . .. . , . . , .. , . . ..... .... Of which - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research National
- South African Bureau of Standards: Research Contribution - South African National Accreditation System -National Empowerment Fund - South African Bureau of Standards - Small Business
- South African Micro Apex Fund - Small Enterprise Development Agency - National Research Foundation: Technology and Human
Research for Industry Programme - United Nations Industrial Development Organisation - Black Economic Empowerment Advisory Council - Industrial Development Corporation: Support Programme
- National Co-operatives Association of South Africa - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Aerospace Industry - Godisa Trust: Technology Incubator Development - South African Women Entrepreneurs’ Network - Small Enterprise Development Agency: Technology Programme - Khula
Transfer Capital Guarantee Fund
Transfer Centre
for Women in Business
Cleaner Production Centre
Technical Consulting
for Industrial Innovation
Consumer and Corporate Regulation . . , . . .. ................. .... ...... Of which -National Gambling Board -National Lotteries Board - Competition Commission - South African Bureau of Standards: Trade Metrology -Companies and Intellectual Property Registration Ofice -Micro Finance Regulatory Council - National Credit Regulator
............... The Enterprise Organisation . . . . . . . . . . .. . .... ... . . . . . . . . . . . . .. , .._ Of which -Small and Medium Manufacturing Development Programme - infrastructure industrial Development Zones: - Coega Development Corporation - East London industrial Development Zone (Pty) Limited - Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone Company
- Critical Infrastructure Programme - Industrial Development Zones - South African Capital Goods Feasibility Study Fund - Staple Food Fortification Programme Conditional Grants to Provinces - Industrial Development Zones
Dt
ROO0
3 841
355 14;
7 052
46 000
ils of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments Payments Subsidies Capital Ass1
ROO0 ROO0 r000
( 588)
76 845
3 722
(3 555)
4 353
3 848
1728
278 426
(1 200)
(1)
(2 247)
1 000
3 000 1
3 247 151 647
( 598) 50 000
140 000
2 000 300
(7 000)
(75 839) ( 1)
f45 000) 5 700
2 500 47 248 2 000
3 330
6 647 (2 000) (5 000) 8 200 (4 647)
(22 854) 22 854
49 055
10 000
(1 30 000) 71 800 16 000 10 000
5 000 20 000
58 200
(1 2 000)
32 No.29440 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 30 NOVEMBER 2006 ~~
Act No. 14,2006 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
Details of Vote
i Trade and Investment South Africa ................................ ..................... Of which -Export Credit Insurance Corporation - Aichi Exposition -Trade and Investment South Africa
' Marketing .......................................................................................
rransport lim: To lead the provision of an integrated, sustainable, reliable and safe
transport system, through safety and economic regulation, planning, development, co-ordination, promotion and implementation of transport policies and strategies
I Administration ................................................................................. Of which - Universities of Pretoria, Kwa-Zulu Natal and
Stellenbosch
? Transport Policy, Research and Economic Analysis .......... ..,....... ...... ...
3 Transport Regulation and Accident and Incident Investigation . . .. . . .. . .. .. . . . . . Of which -National Sea Rescue Institute
t Integrated Planning and Inter-sphere Co-ordination.. .. .. , . . .. ..... . .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. . 5 Freight Logistics and Corridor Development .. . . . .. .. . . ..... . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . j Public Transport ..... .. ._...... . ......................... ...................... ......... ....
Of which -Bus subsidies -South African Rail Commuter Corporation -Taxi: Recapitalisation
7 Public Entity Oversight and Economic Regulation ............................... .... Of which - Road Traftic Management Corporation
Water Affairs and Forestry 4im: To ensure the availability and supply of water at national level to
facilitate equitable and sustainable social and economic development; ensure the universal and efficient supp/y of water services at local level; and promote the sustainable management of forests
1 Administration ................................................................................ Of which - Local Government Water and Related Services
2 Water Resource Management . .. . .. . .. . . . .. ._. . _. .. .... . . . . . . .. , . . . . . . ._. . .. . . . ..... . . . . Of which - Orange Senqu Basil Commission - lnkomati Catchment Management Agency
3 Water Services . .. .. . . . . . . .... . .. . . . .. . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . .... . .. . ... . . . . . .. . .. . . . .. ...... ........ 1 Forestry ......................................... ~ ................................................
I'OTAL
De'
ROO0
(101 349
(30 850
876 332
10811
( 722
62 970
(1 659
(1 452
867 171
(60 787
183 758
72 962
58 081
2 715
50 000
6 137 501
s of adjustments appropriation
Current Transfers and Payments fos Payments Subsidies Capital Asset!
ROO0 R O O 0 R'000
120 2 121 (103 590)
(108 176) 4 100
500
(37 850) 7 000
185 950
7811
( 722)
62 750
(1 659)
(1 452)
120 339
(1 117)
690 382
3 000
3 000
220
220
746 832
45 100 619 732 82 000
(59 670)
(59 670)
129 395 7 309 47 054
43 392 70 29 50C
70
34 435 7 244 16 402
3 500 3 500
2 568 ( 5) 152
49 000 1 ooc
(333 264) 6 415 030 55 734