Appropriation Act

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Appropriation Act [No. 7 of 2006]


Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Vol. 493 Cape Town 19 July 2006 No. 29048
THE PRESIDENCY No. 713 19 July 2006
It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 7 of 2006: Appropriation Act, 2006.

2 N0.29048 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 19 JULY 2006
Act No. 7, Mo6 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
(English text signed by the President.) (Assented to 14 July 2006.)
ACT To provide for the appropriation of money from the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State in the 2 W 0 7 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WHEREAS section 213(2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, provides that money may be withdrawn from the National Revenue Fund only in terms of an appropriation by an Act of Parliament;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, I999 (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 departmen t- (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 Frame- work” (April 2004, Version 3.3). issued by the National Treasury under 25 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 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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4 No.29048 GOVERNMENT GAZETIT, 19 JULY 2006
Act No. 7,2006 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
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 2006/07 financial year, to votes and main division 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.
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Appropriation listed as specifically and exclusively
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 and commencement
4. This Act is called the Appropriation Act, 2006.
6 No.29048 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 19 JULY 2006
Act No. 7,2006 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
SCHEDULE
le PlsaMency m: To provide leademhip in devebping and managing government’s strategic
agenda
Ad ........................................ r the Presidency
Support Services to the President and Deputy President ........ Pmvide planning and strategic co-ordination of setvice I principals in their executive responsibilities
Of which - Isigodb TNS~ - South African Chapter on the African Renaissance - Development Bank of Southern Africa
Communications.. ... .................................................. Provide communication, reseamh and infinmation sewices to enable the Presidemy to communicate efectkty with the public and within government
Cabinet ORCe ....................................................................................... Provick strategic and administrative se~’ces to enable Cabinet to plan, make dscisions on and enwre the implementafbn of government3 agenda
P o l i Cmrdination ................................................................................. Provide policy advice and mitofing and evaluatbn s e ~ ’ c e s to enable the hesidency. Cabinet and government to plan, coatfinate and ensue the impktrh?ntation of government‘s programmes
National Youth Commission ....................................................................... Transfer voted funds to enable the Natbnal Youih Commission to fu*l its statutory mandate
Of which - National Youth Commission
lrllwnent n: To provide the wppoti services requked by Parliament to Mil L
constitutional fvnction$ to assist political patties represented in Parliament to secure administrathe suppott and service constituents, and to provide members of Parliament with the necessary facilities
Administration ......................................................................................... Manage Parliament, pmviding procedwal and legal advice and support facilitate pubk involvement in parliamentary pmcesses; facilitate Parliamenfs legislative and oversight processes; and pmvkle instituiional suppoti and corporate services
Members’ Facilities .................................................................................. Provide tekphone, travel and other facilities for Members of Parliament, and fund medical aid conttibutions and travel fecil#ies for certsin former members
Of which Specifically and exdusively appropriated - Parmed
Associated Services ................................................................................. Provide financial suppofi to political parties represented in Parliament and pay mem6ership fees to M a i n interparliamefhry bodies
Of which - International associations - Political party support -Constituency allowance - Party leadership support
R’000
256 9
106 s
544
17 0
22 9(
35 21
19 2:
782 1:
472 3:
151 91
157 88
Current Transfers and Payments fo Payments Subsidies CapitalAssel
R O O 0 R000 R000
223 239 26 407 62i
101 239 133 5 5:
46 901 7 022 5:
3 000 1000 3 000
17 018 9
22 861 4
35 220 11
19 228
I 9 220
601 352 168 061 22 7
451 377 172 20 71
149 975 1 9:
19 621
157 889
1 043 47 287
105 911 3 648
8 N0.29048 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 19 JULY 2006
A d No. 7,2006 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
oreign Affairs im: To hmulafe, cmndinate, implement and manage South Africa's mkln
poky and international relations progremmes throughout the WOrM
Administraton ......................................................................................... Conduct the overel poky development and management of the Department
Foreign Relations ................................................... ....... Prwnote relations with m @ n cwntries and pa ational organisations and institutions, in pum# of South Africa's national values endforsignpdicyobjectiws
Public Diplomacy and P r o W ................................................................... homote an underrfending. domeskalyl and intemeMnally, d South A M ' s rde and position in infemational relations. Provide pmbC01 services
Of which - Muniapal rates and taxes for dipkmatic missions
International Transfers .......................................................... Fund membership fees and tran- io international wanisations
Of whkh - United Nations: Membership Fees - United Nations Development Programme - Humanitarian Aid - Africen Union - Commonwealth: Membership Fees - Southem African Development Community: Membership - Bureau of International Exposition: Membership Fees -African, Caritban and Pacific: Membership Fees - Comprehensive Test Ben Treaty - Bacterial and Toxic Weapons Convention - South Centre - Indian Ocean Rim Research Centre - Perrez-Guem Trust Fund - New Partnership for Africa's Development - United Nations Development Programme: Local offrce Costs - Other International Organisations - Manpowar secondment -African Renaissance Fund
FeeS
cmne Affairs im: To pfutect and ngulate the interesfs of the inhabitants of the Republic of
South A M e , reganling their Mividual status, idem and specific tights end powerr, and to promte a supporting service for this
Administration ........................................................................................ Provide for the overall management of the Department, and provide infomation systems suppod to line fundions
Delivery of Se rvicw ................................................................................... Deliver the Depament's core services: granting tights and citizenship to elipible people and ConMIing immigrafion Bccordng to South Africa k skills and investment needs
Of which -Advances to Cizens
Auxiliary and Assodated Services .............................................................. Provide suppotl to the Film and Publication Board, the Government Printing M s and the Independent Eledoral hnmis icn . Provide for upgrading and maintaining buildings and socommodalion. Puchase vehicles for departmental use
Of which - Film and PuMi ion Board -Government Printing Works - Independent Eledoral Commission
- ROW
3 Mi
67:
1 76:
Ill
473
2800
491
1712
596
Current Transfers and Payments Payments Subsidies Capital As
R'000 R000 R000
2 158 818 4885 57s 397
. 362930
1 698 033
97 855
61
220
11 746
11 623
473 530
8oOoo 950
13 000 155 OW
7000
12 665 25
2 200 4 986
414 lo00
120 50
30 000 9 000 7 120
150 OW
310
85
1
1844348 361 169
444 471 1 233 45
1 284 733 2 503 425
147
115 144 357 433 124 :
7 233 200
350 000
10 No. 29048 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 19 JULY 2006
Act No. 7, u)o6 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
wlnclal and Local Government m: To ckrvdop and pmmate a national sysfem of integrated and cooperetive
govemam, and to support provincial and local government
Administration ........................................................................................ Provide for the management. leademhip and administration of the Departmeni
Governance, Policy and Research .............................................................. Provide policy advice and research suppod for the devebpment and monitoring of: intergovemmenfal relations and the p e m a m of provincial gomment; provinciahunicipal relations; infegmfed devebpment planning; locel economic development the institutions of lradifional leadership; and intemafional and donor relations
Urban and Rural Development .................................................................... Manage, &inate, m o n h and measure the eITectiwess of the integrated impkmenfation of the Utban Renewal Pmgmmme and the lntegreted Sustainable Rural Devebpment Pmgramme ~cmss all sphms of government
System and Capadty Building ................................................................... Pmv& capacify-building and hands-on support pmgrammes to local government. Provide a national disasfer management centre. Pmmofe infergovernmenfa1 fiscal relations. Regula@ and monitor /oca1 government imfifufional and administrative framdwork
Free Basic Services and Infrastructu re... ...................................................... Strengfhen local govemmenf capac~?~ to i m a s e access to basic services, incWng h e basic senkes Ibr all iwmmunities, to enable municipalifi?s to meet their mnsfitrrtional mandate
Provincial and Local Government Transfers ................................................... Pmvide for me ftansfer of d i f i o n a l grants dimfiy adminisfed by the D e p a h n f to the provincial and /mal sphws of government
Of which - Local Government Equitable Share Condhw~l Grants to Local Government -Municipal Systems Improvement Programme - Munidpal Infrastructure Grant
Fiscal Transfers ......................................................................................... Provide for financiiel franskrs to various authon'ties and insfitdons in t m s of the relevant legislation or founding agreements
Of whkh -South African Local Government Association - Municipal Demarcation Board -Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights
- South African Cities Network of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities
ibllc Works m: To provkje and manage the accommodation, hwsicg, land and
infrastnrdure needs of natmnal depaftmenfs; awrdinate the National E x p a w Public Mks Pmgramme; and opfimise gmwth, empbyment and lransfonnation in the mstruction and pmpefiy indusfries
Administration ........................................................................................ Provide strategic leademhip, support services and overall management of the L%partmenf
Provision of Land and Accammodation ......................................................... Provide and manage an immovable property portfolio which supports the economic and &&nf delimy of various govemmenf services
Of which - Rates on State Properties - Propetty Management Trading EntiIy
ROW
24 903 44
I23 99
29 28
10 72
I09 79
40 45
24 523 24
65 93
3 080 18
593 21
2 369 02~
~~ ~~
Current Transfers and Payments fc Payments Subsidies CapitalAw
R'000 ROW R'WO
322 801 24 574 781 6 O!
121 200 I 24 2 61
29 260
10 652
106 791
40 oai
14 617
27
16
30
26
24 523 240
16 057 940
200 OW 6 265 300
51 318
19 494 16 827
13 403 I 590
2 9;
3!
~ ~~
1 2S1595 1 226 310 602 27
551 652 200 41 35
647650 1160607 560 78
710 131 450 OW
12 No. 29048 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 19 JULY 2006
Act No. 7,2006 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
R'WO National Public Works Programme ..............................................................
Fmmote the grcwth and transbrmatkw of the mttucf ion and ptvped~ indusftiex promofe unhbnnify and best practice in CW- and immovable asset management in the public sedor; and co-ordmate the nafimal implementation of the Expanded Public M s Programme
Current Transfersand Payments Payments subsidies CapiMAs
ROO0 R'000 R'000
W which
-Council for the Built Environment -construction Industry Dev-t Board
I t 649
18 170
41 245
36 026
Auxilialy and Assodated services ............................................................... Provide for various services including: compensation Ibr hxses on the government assisted housing scheme; assisfance to organisations for the preservetion of national mnnniak; grantsjrraid; and meefing protbcol responsibilifks on state funcfions
Of which - Construction Education and Training Authority - Parliamentary Villages Management Board - Commonwealth War Graves Commission - LOSkOp SefflMIent
ovemment Communkationa and lnfonnatlon System (GCIS) m: To provide a compmhemive mmmunicaticn service on behalf of
gowwmnt to kiMafe the invdvement ofthe m a m of South M a n s in governance, m s t f u d i o n and devebpment, nation building and reconciiafion
Administration ......................................................................................... Provide overal management of the Department
Policy and Research .............................................................................. conduct oommunication research to provide communication advice on governance, and monitor the development and implementation of government pmgramms iium a cvmmunication petspecfive
Gwemment and Media Liaison ................................................................. Coadinafe etiective. infegrafed and comprehensive communication and media liaison services B ~ D S S government
Provincial and Local Liaison ..................................................................... Supporl devebpment communicetion and exfend governmenf's infonnation inliasfnrcfure thtwgh padnetships with pmvinciil and ktcal government. Facilitate fhe establishment of mu#ipurpose community centres to make services and information more accessible to the public, particularly fhe disadvantaged
Communication Service Agency ................................................................. Provide am? communication services to GCIS and Other government departments, both in-house and through outswrcing
International Marketing and Medii Devdopment ........................................... Market south Africa internationally and promote h a 1 media devebpment and dive- W which - International Marketing Coundl - Medii Development and Diversity Agency
Government P u b l i o n .......................................................................... Create a communications vehicle that pmvides cifizens with infomation on ecwomic and other opportunities and how these can be accessed
40 012 8 000
17 482
I 898 1 667
13 916 1
288 03
66 I 9
045
705
192 937 93 083
65 318
11 647
17 835
41 123
35 309
12
2
5
14
5
93 045
83 425 9 620
2.1 705
2
14 No. 29048 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 19 JULY 2006 ~ ~~
Act No. 7, u)o6 APPROPRIATION ACT. 2006
itionrl Treasury m: To prwnote etxnomic devekyment, good govWnanCe, Si3581 Progress and
rising lmng standards thrwgh the accountable, emnomica/, eqoitable and sustainable management of public finances
.............................. Administration ....................................... Provide sfrategic management trative support to National Treasury, giving managerial leedership to the work of the Depemnent
Of which - Finance, Accounting. Management, Consulting and other
Financial Services Sector Education and Training Authority
Economic Planning and Budget Management ............................................... provide professional advice and support to the Minister of Finance on economic and fiscal policy, intentationel financial relations, financial regulations. tax policy, integommental financial relations and public finance devebment. Manege ule annual budget process
Of whbh - Project Development Facility: Trading Account - University of Cape Town -Centre for Devdopmant and Enterprises
Asset and Liability Manage ......... .................................... Manage government's ts and S
Financial Management and Systems ............................................................ Manage and regulate government's suppb chain processes, impiement and maintain standan3ised t7nanciial systems, and cwrdinate the implementation of the Pub& Finam Management Act and related capacity- buiMng initiatives
Financial Accounting and Reporting ............................................................. Sets new, and impmve existing accounting policies and practices to ensure cwnpliance with generally recognised amunting practices (GRAP). prepare consolidated financial statements, and impmve the efficiency of financial reporting in the public service
Of which -Accounting Standards Board - Audii-General
Provincial and Local Government Transfers .................................................. Manage conditional grants to the pmwncial and locel spheres of government
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces - Provincial Infrastructure Grant Conditional Grants to Local Government -Local Gwemment Restructuring Grant - Financial Management Grant Municipalis - Financial Management Grant : Development Bank of - Neighbourhwd Development Partnership Grant
Southem Africa
Civil and Miliary Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefts ............... Provide for pension and post-retirement medical benefit obligations to lbnner employees of state departments and bodies, and for similar benefits to retired members of the military
Of which -Civil Pensions -United Kingdom Tax - Military Pensions - SA Legion
R000
15 547
135
246
45
559
86
4 716
2 217
Current Transfers and Payments fa Payments Subsidies CapitalAssel
R000 ROW R000
2 427 774 13 107 620 12 L!
132 304 176 2 81
I60
230 104 14 519 2 0:
9000 5 000
500
44964
556 405
3
9
5E
3 3E
63 075 19 864 3 74
4 759 15 102
4 716 776
4 118 I19
350 000 145 250
53 407 50m
1 400 922 816 610
662 725 3 265
150 558 62
16 No. 29048 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. 19 JULY 2006
Act No. 7, u106 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
Fiscal Transfen ...................................................................................... Transfer funds to ofher gommenfs, public authorities and instr’MEons in tenns of the -1 pmvisbns governing the financial relations between government and the p m b r authoMy or inst&tion, including intetnational development institutions of whkh government is a member
Of which - Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland -African Development Bank - South African Revenue service - Financial and Fiscal Commission - Secret Services Account - Financial Intelligence Centre -Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-opration - The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization -World Bank
ibllc Enterp~ises m: To provide an eiktive stateowned enhptises (SO€) shareholder
management system, and to support and pmmofe economic efficiency and competifiveness fora belterlZe brallSouth Af~icam
Adminishation ........................................................................................ Pmvide simpk and enixtiw management systems and practices for the Depamnenf
Anatyis and Risk Management , , Pmvicfe in-depth anaws of the financia4 opemtbnal and so&eammk jn?hfmam of state-owned enterprises and systemafkally identw risks arising frwn the business ofsfakowned enrsrprises
Legal, Gwemanca and Secretariat .................................................. P m m deer SO€ mandates and e n w e govemana? system comply wilh gornmenf pol*. Pmvide advisory and seaetatiat services to the Depadnient and the economic and empbyment duster
Corporate Strategy and Structure ................................................................. Devebp strategies that leverage the core and non-core assets and capabilities ofSOEs ta optimise thekeconomic impaci
Of which - Pebble Bed Modular Reector
Corporate Finance and Tran sactions... ........................................................ Omsee, manage and execute t r a m s such as initial pub& o&fings, joint venfums and disposals ofrorrccxe operations of SOEs
Of which - Diabo TNSt
ibllc Service and AdmlnlsbaUon m: To bad the modemisation of the public service, by assisbng government
depa!tmenb to irnpbmenf their management policies, systems and structural solutions, wifhin a generally applicable framework of noms and standanls, to imprave service delivety
Administration.. ....................................................................................... Pmvide poky, sfrafegk leadersnip and overall management of the Depa-nf
Of which - Commwrweelth Association for Public Administration
and Management
Integrated Human Resource Management and Development ............................ Devebp and irnpkment integrated human msoums development sfrategy, monitor empbyment pradia?s and improve the health and well-being of public sen& empbp?s
Management of Compensati on ................................................................... Oevefop ancl implement compensation policies and guidelines Ibr the public sector and ensure coordinated bargaining
ROW 7 539 a
68341
4 31
16 72
15 20
600 78
6 43
326 61C
52 137
38 579
100 667
Current Transfers and Payments Payments Subsidii CapitalAsr
R‘000 ROW RW0 7 539 663
311 804 98 597
4 845 560 19 205
2 223 086 31 410 3 000 7000
1
101 ms 581 086
43 571 619
16 713 10
14 964 9
20 661 580 007
580 OW
5 996 441
437
323 027 409 2 1
51 659 109 Y
5
38 018 51 5
100 584 25 !
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Act No. 7, Mo6 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
Infamation and Technology Management ..................................................... Enswe the e f k h use of infixmation and inkmnation technology in gomment, and facilitate the use of infwmation technofogy for modemising government and establishing egowmment pradices wMin an acceptable imbmatbn security envimment
Of which - State lnfonnetion Technology Agency
Service Delivery lmprwement .................................................................... Engage in supportive interventions and paftmrships, which improve both efficiency and effectiveness, and innovative learning and ktnnvle&sbased modes andpractices ofservicedeliwyin thepublicsen4ce
Of which - Centre for Training and Research in Administration
for Development
Public Sector Anti-Co rmption ..................................................................... Establish sirategies to fight m p t i o n and improve ethical conduct and PraCficeJ in the public sector
lntemational and African Affairs .................................................................. Establish and maintain bilateral and multileferal &ations on governance and public adminisbation thfwgh implementing gbbal and amtinental pmgrammes and proieds for improving govemnce and public administration
Of which - International Institute of Administrative Services - International Penonnel Management Assodation - Commol~saW Association for Public Administration -African Assodation for Public Administration and Management -Centre for Training and Research in Administration
and Management
for OeveloDment
Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation ............................................................ Establish a system for planning, monitwng and evaluation that will enable accountability for the lrsnstbnnation of the public sedor
JMk Service Comnissbn m: To pmmolr, the OombWional v a h s and pimpks of public adminishtkm
in the public service
Administration ......................................................................................... Manage, organise and provide administrative support to the Public Service Commission (PSC) and the office
Of which - International Personnel Management AJsociation - Comronwealth Assodation for
Public Administration and Management
Investigations and Human Resource Reviews ................................................ Enable the Commissbn to improve labour mktions and management, cany out audits and investigations into public administration practices, promote antCGwTuption paciices. and review the implementation of human msource policies in the public setvie,?
Monitoring and Evaluation .......................................................................... Establish a high standad of public service leademhip, good g o w n a m and improved service delivery through public participation
M African Ma~gemhnt Development Institute m: To provide praclical. ciient-driven, organisational development interventions
that ked to improved penbtmana? and s e e delimy in the public sector
R'OW 24 71
65 73
24 12,
12 68
6 98!
96 3i
46 41
24 8@
23 02
58 S I
Current Transfers and Payments fo Payments Subsidies Capital Assel
Roo0 R'OW RW0 24 188 17 50
65 488
24 OOO
12 509
2
39
5
4
156
211
1 21
11
20 4
24 14
88
6 581 8 38(
94664 92 168
48 778 58 1 58
10
16
24 863 20
23 013 14
33 468 23063 2 38!
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Act No. 7,2006 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2006
I Administration ........................................................................................ FaciIMe the ovemll management of SAMDl and provide supporf services for its orgenisational functions
2 Public Sector Organisational and Staff Development ...................................... Render an administration function to the framing Trading Ac~wnt, and serve to a m e n t Ihe Training Trading Account
Of which -Augmentation of Training Trading Account
Statktics South Africa 9im: To provide a relevant and acwrate body of statisiics on the dynamics in the
economy and sodefy through the application of internationally acclaimed pracfioes
I Administretion ......................................................................................... PIDW sound infrestructum, support and strategic dimtion to enable Statktics South AMca to achieve its mandate
2 Economic Statistics .................................................................................. plDduaeeiwnom~statisticstomeetu.s~requi#ments
3 Population and Social Statistics .................................................................. Prodva, population and social stafistics to meet user mquirements
I Quality and Integration .............................................................................. Provide expertise on quality and methodology for omCial statistics, buiM the national statistics system, annpik nationel acmunts and analyse statistical data
5 Statistical Support and Informatics ............................................................... m o t e and provide better access to &a/ statistics by optimiw’ng the management of irnimnation m the production and use of offical sfatistics
9rtsand Culture aim: To devebp and preserve South Africen cultwe to ensore social cohesion
and nation buimng
I Administration ........................................................................................ Condud the overall mansgement of the Department, and provide centralised supporf services
2 Arts and Culture in Society ......................................................................... Develqp and promote ads and cube in South AWca, and mamaam 17s mil? h s o c i e ~ ~
Of which - State Theatre - Playhouse Company - Performing A r b Centre of the Free State - Market Theatre - Wndybrow Theatre - Business Arts South Africa - National Arts Council - Financial Assistance Projects
- Artscap
~~
R‘000
32 71
26 2(
1 074R
152 74
172 02
546 OE
47 37
1% le
1 318 4’1
93 14
227 82
Current Transfers and Payments fo Payments Subsiiies Capital Assel
R‘000 R O O 0 R‘000
30 320 3 2 31
3 146 23 080
23 059
1 031 664 812 42 01
141 451
165 445
524 185
46 432
n
424
135
49
11 2’
6 2;
21 7f
8s
154 141 1 27 1 91
232999 1080881 4 79
90 620 25 2 5c
15 383 212 218 22
23 683 27 800 23 145 19 646 14 492 5 581 4 610 62 081 31 175
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Act No. 7,2006 APPROPRIATION A m , 2006
National Language Service ........................................................................ Develop and pmmote the o#icial langu8ges of SOUM Africa and enhance the linguistic dive- of the country
Of which - Pan Swth African Language Board - Finanaal Assistance Projeds
Cultural Development and International Cc-opemtion ...................................... lmpmve economic and other devebpment oppodun&s for South African atts and culture, national& and globally. th-h mutually beneticial partn8tshipq ihenby ensudng the sustainability d the sector
Of which - National Film and V i Foundation -Cultural Industries - Investing in Culture Programme - Promote Arts and Culture Internationally
Hecitage Promotion ................................................................................... Devebp and monitor the implementation of polw, legislation and strafegic drLecrEon for identifying, conserving and promoting cuHud heMa@?
Of which - National He!itage Council - Northem Flagship Institutions - ldko Museum of Cape Town - Natal Museum: Pietemritzburg - National Museum: Bloemfontein - Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum : Paad - The National English Literary Museum: Gtahamstown - Voortrekker Museurn : Patennaritzburg - War Museum of lhe Boer Republics: Bloemfontein - R a n Island Musewn: Cape Town -William Humphreys Art Gallery: Kimbarley - Engelenburg Hwse Art Collection: Pretoria - Nelson Mandela Museum: Umtata - Luthuli Museum - Khoi-San Project - Freedom Park Trust: Pretoria - South African Heritage Resources Agency - Promotion of Hetitage - Scuth African Geographical Names Courtcil - Capital Works
National Archives, Records. Meta-Information and HeraMic Serviicas ................ Guide. sustain and develop the archival, herah% and inkmnation re~owces of South Altice lo empower citizens through full and open access to these resoUnaS
Of which - National Library of South Africa - South African Library for the Blind -South African Blind Workers Organisation - Financial Assistance Projects
ducation im: To develop, maintain and suppod the South African education and training
system for the 21st century
Administration.. ....................................................................................... Pmv& for poky tbnnulabon and the overall management of the Departmenf
Of which - Education, Training and Development Practice Sector
Education and Training Authority
R’OW
91
183
635
67
14 129
171
Current Transfersand Payment: Payments Subsidies CapitalAc
R000 R000 Rooa
46 967 43 286
39 095 4 180
21 595 162 020
26 086 38 372 82 202 15 351
I 9 313 61 5 679
26 673 38 502 38 310 9 678
18 421 2 665 4 849 7 014 4 723
31 029 3 432
181 12 240 4 384 1 239
156 587 30 757 25 800 4 770
194 421
39 121 47 453
33 358 7 501 3 251 3 320
170 043 1 52 1
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System Planning and Monitoring .................................................... Provide strategic direction devebpmenf, impkmentafim and nmnMng of education policies, pmgmmmes and prolects
.................................................................. itnpkmenfafh, moniforing, evalualion and
maintenance of nafional policy, programmes and systems for general education and quality assurance
Of which - Guidance, Counselling and Youth Development Centre for Conditional Grant to Provinces - HIV and AMs (Life Sklls Education) Grant
Africa: Malrrwi
Further Education and Training.. ................................... Pmvide strategic diredion tion and training secfor. Manage the planning, dcvebjnnent, evaluafiCfI, monitodng and maintenance of nationel policy, programmes and system for further education and training. including nafional assessments and quality assurance systems
Of which - South African Qualifications Authority - Umalusi Conditional Grant to Provinces - Forther Education and Training College Seaor
Recapitalisation Grant
Quality Promotion and Developme nt... .................................... Provide strategic diredion for the deve/qm?nt of policies programmes to ensum cwfinuous improwment d the qualti'y ofkaming
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces - National !~&ooI Nutrition P ~ I X M Grant
Higher Ed ucation...
an e f h t k and emc#nf higher education sysfem that contributes to fuffilling socrlh AMak human resoums, research and knowledge needs
Of which - Higher Education Institutions - National Student Financial Aid Scheme - Coundl on Higher Education Au~iliiry and Associated Services
CCFordnafe and promote dkcfive intern and advisary services to pmvinciel education departmenb
ofwhich - United Nations Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organisation - Commonwealth of Learning - Assodation for the Development of Education in Africa - India-Brazil-South Africa Trilateral Commission
kith iim: To pmmote Me health of all people in swth Africa fhmugh a caring and
e W v e national health system based on fhe primaty healthcare approach
Administration ......................................................................................... Provide overal/ management for the depahenf, as well as sfrafegic planning, legislative and communbfion services and cenfralised adminisfrative support
Of which - SeMce Sector Education and Training Authority
R000
55 3
243 3'
870 8t
1141 97
11 8C3 79
39 14
11 289 99
188 06
Current Transfers and Paymant Payments Subsidies CapitalAt
R000 ROW R'OM
53 957
97 920
158 086
43 248
23 384
29 246
I 9
144 595
100
144 471
511 459
33 991 7 432
470 OW
1 098 050
1 098 038
11 782910
10 828 820 926 378 27 902
9 647
7 919 1 400
10 310
808864 10433090 28
178 832 437 0
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Strategic Health Programmes ................................................................... Co-ordinate a range of strategic nationel heath programmes thmugh developing pdkies and systems and monitorkg. Manage and fund key PlOgrammeS W which - Maternal Child and Woman's Health (NonGovemmental - HIV and Ads (Non-Gwernmental Organisations) - Tuberarloais (Non-Governmental Organisations) - Mines and Works Compensation Fund - South African Aids Vaccine Initiative - Life, Line - L o v e L i i - Soul City Conditional Grant to Provinces - Comprahensive HIV and Aids Grant
Organisations)
Health Service Delivery ............................................................................ supporl the delimy d heath sewices, ptimarik in the pmvim'al and local sphents o f g o m m n t
Of which - Counal fw the Blind - National Health Laboratory S e r v i i - Health Promotion: Non-Governmental Organisations - Environmental Health: Nan-Governmental Organisatis - Medii1 Research Counal - Netionat Health Laboratory S e w i i cam register - Mental Health: Non-Governmental Organisations - Council for Medical schemes - South African Community Epidamiolosy Network on Drug Use - South African Federation for Mental Health Conditional Grants to Provinces - Hmpital Revitalisation Grant - National Tertiary Services Grant - Health Professions Training and Development Grant - Forensic Pathology Services Grant
- Health Sy~tem~ Trust
Human Rssources ................................................................................... Devebp and assist provinces Ib impbnent a wmptehensive long-term national human tesoums plan. which will ~ l l s u ~ ~ an equitable distribution of heath human resourcds
ibour m: To play a signMnt mle in reducing unemployment, povetty and inequalh'y,
thmugh policies and programmes developed in wnsuffath with mk- players and aimed 8t: improved economic emciency and produdivity; skilk devdopmenf and employment mation; sound labour relations; eliminating inequalifj and ckm.mination in the workplace; and affeviating poverty in the workplece; as well as to play a signiticanl mk in impmving employment and pmtecting and impmving workers' rights and benefits
Administration ........................................................................................ Conduct the overall management of the Department and provide support and advisory services
Service Delivery ........................................................................................... Prded the health and safety of W e t s , and implement and enf0n;e Department of Labour policies
Of which - South African National Council far ths Blind - National Council for the Physically Disabled - Deaf Federati~n of SCUM Africa
R000
2 105 2'
8 907 55
69 16
~ ~~
I 512 14
338 23!
623 371
Current Transfers and Payments Payments Subsidies Capital As
R'WO R O O 0 R'WO
425 015 1 674 329
930 52 730 3 146 2 100 5 000
10 000 23 OW 10 OW
I 567 214
136 788 8 758 279
476 59 195
84a 83
212 110 2 382
341 280
15 873 138 21 2
1 439 647 4 981 149 1520 180
525 176
68 231 45
5
12
333 726 177 2 :
614 231 1 634 7:
226 148 182
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Employment and Skills Development Services/ Human Resources Development .................. .....................
Achieve the sbtt?gic objectives and W Natitmal Skills Development Strategy and contribute to the achievement of the strategic objectks of the National Human Resocaces Development Strategy
Of which - National Skills Fund - National Productivity Institute - National Qual i t ions Framework
Labour P o l i and Labour Market Programmes ...................................... Establish an equitable and sound labour relations environment and p South Africe's intemsts in intemtbnal labour mafters through reseerdr. analysng and evaluating labour @icy and p radng data and statistics on the labour market. including providing support to institutions that promote social dialogue
Of which - Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and ArMration - Development Institute for Training, Support and - Subsiiised Work-Centres for the Disabled - National Economic Development and Labour Council - Subsidised Workshops for the B l i - International Labour OQanisation - A w n Regional Labour Advisory Council
Education for Labour
Social Insurance ....................... ........................ Provide hr admin&trative and other s u p m services to the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) Oovemmenys umbibution
Of which - Unemployment Insurance Fund - Compensation Fund
aclal Development im: Ensum the provision of comprehensive, integrated, sustainable and quality
social development services against wlnerability and poverty and to create an enabling environment for sustainable development in partnership with those commifted to buikjing a caring society
Administration ........................................................................................ Provide hr policy and stmtegic diredon by the Ministry and top management, and for overaly management and support services to the Department
Comprehensive Social Protection ................................................................ Develop a comprehensive system of mal secwity with nonns and standad Ibr service delivery; facilitate financial and economic planning for social security in line with developmental objedives; monitor and evaluate social security services delivered; and assess the impact of policies implemented
Of which - International soda1 Security Assodation Membership Fees - Disaster Relief Fund - Sccial R e l i i Fund
R O O 0
186 41
357 2:
9 %
62 005 46
1:s 59
48 86
Current Transfers and Payments fc Payments Subsides CapitalAsse
R000 R'OW R'WO
88 208 86 228 1 1 9
42 668 25 369 18 OW
81 037 275 405
203 171
9 447 36960 12 712 6 707 5 085 428
9 501
I 9500
71
113 065 46 3 47
32 972 15 544
528 10 O W 5 000
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Social Security Transfers and Administration ........................ Make iim& avaihble to administer and pay sodel assist8 sociel Assistance A& (1992) and impmw the integrity of social grant edninistrefion
Of which - South African soda1 Security Agency: Social -South African Social Security Agency: Grant
- Swth African Social Security Agency: Establishment Specitically and exdusively appropriated - Walvis Bay Project - South African Sodal Security Agency : Social
Assistance Administration
Administration lnteority
Assistance Transfers
Social Welfare Services ............. ...................... Kale sewices to Emm the delivery and acce
vulnerable groups Of which - International sodel Services - International Council on Alcohol and Addiction - International Federation for the Aged - United Nations for Drug Abuse Control - Non-Governmental Organisations - Nati~nal C ~ ~ n c i l ~
, Development and Research .............................................. Cmte an enabling envimnmnt for the delimy of
... a1
development services through developmenf and population activities Of which - National Development Agency - Non Pmfit Organisations Partnership Fund - Membership Fees to the South African Youth Workers Assodation - United Nations Population Fund
, Strategy, Regulatory and Oversight Management .......................................... Prov- strategic guidance on social policy devebpment, Co-ordinatiOn and evaluation; fecilitate and develop the Depattment's strategic @an; align strategy with business to ensure etYiciunt and optimal institutional psrfonnance; o v e m all entities, agencies and boards reporting to the Department; pmvi& a leadenhip d e in monlinating monitoring and evaluation a m the sector
iport and Recreation South Africa lim: To impmw the quality of life of a1 South Afn'cens by promoting participation
m sport and mueattian in the awntry, and thrwgh the partkipatkm of South African sportspersons and teams in international spotting events
Administration ..................................................................................... Provide for the management of Sport and Rewealion South AMca W which - Tourism, Hospiteli and Sport Sactor Education
and Training Authority
Client Support Services ............................................................................. Provide support to public entities, sport and m a t i o n bodies, and m i l o r and reporf on their peninmama?
Of which - South African lnstiie for DrugFree Sport - Boxing South Africa - Health Systems Trust: LoveLifa G a m - Sport Federations
R'000
61 535 5'
104 1:
172 51
27 04
-- 392 i 5
81 78
79 74
Current Transfersard Paymen* Payments Subsidies Capital As
ROO0 R'OW RW0
61 535 515
3 584 320
96 086 135 OW
5 441
58 005
47 978
27 206
57 720 109
47 374
111 15 25 0
8 194 41 OOO
124 028
123 012 367 480 154
9
- 177 242 172 336 2
79 261 179 2
57
26 506 53 152
5 000 1800
26 350 2oOOO
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~
Current Transfers and Payments fa Payments Subsidies Captal Asmi
Mass Patt ic ipt i i ..................................................................................... Contribute to inmashg the number d participants in sport and recreation in South A M a
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces - Mass Sport and Remeation Parkipation Programme Grant
International Liaison and Ev ents... .... M n a t e all inter- and in- hosting major events
.............................................. relatit~s and provide support for
Facilities Co-odination... ....... ....... Pmvids for planning, adwcacy, w-otdination and monitoring of sport and m a t i o n facilities
xmctional Services m: To contribute to maintaining and protectins a just, peaceful end safe society,
by e M n g coint-impad sentences, detaining inmates in safe cmto@v while maintaining their human dignity and devek)ping their sense of social responsibilitx and pnnnoting the general devdopment of all inmates and persons~bjecttommmunitycorrections
Adminisbation ........................................................................................ PmMe the &lministrative, management, tinancia/, infixmation wmmunicaiion technokgy. resea&, policy coordination and good g o w m a m Support fundions necessary for all service &livery by the Llepadment and in wppcd ofthe functions ofthe ministry
Of which - Safety and Security S e d x Education and Training Authority security ..................................................................................................
hwide safe and hea#hy amditions for all persons incera*ated, consistenl with human dgnity. and thereby provide sdc(1pify for personnel and the pub(ic
conections. ............................................................................................. PIOvide meds-based comctbnal sentence plans and interventions, based on an assessment of the security risk and china1 prvfile of individuals, tawting all elements Bssodated with ofending beha-, and kxusing on the Onrence for which a person is sentenced to comctional supervision. nmandedinaamectionalcenfreorperded
Care ....................................................................................................... Pmvide needs-based care pmgrammes aimed at maintaining the webbeing of incercsrated persons in the Department's cars
Development ...........................................................................................
joCial Reintegration ....... ...... ........ .....
Pm~needr-besedperronaldevebpmentservicestoandknders
Provide services lbcused on o#enders' pepamtion for release, their eiTectvS supervision aner &ase on patub, and on the facilitation of their social mintegtation into their communities
Facilities.. ............................................................................................... Ensure that physical hnbstructum wpports safe custcdy, humane conditions, and the ptwision of correcbve services. care and devebpmenf, and geneial administtation
Of which SpaciRcelly and exclusively appropriated - Capital Works
R000
166 9
10 O!
56l
10 630 73
2 761 0:
3 336 0:
853 5?
I 214 53
3! 5 366
342 008
1 728
ROO0 R'000 ROO0
47 959 119 002
119000
17 037 2 2
5 599 1
9 234 476
2 664 780
3 328 400
834 255
1196817
376 822
336 733
496 669
32 348
8 037
3 199
2 356
17 140
398
104
3 449
64
13630l
87 41
5 20
2 14
17 32
18 44
1 821
1 231 46
1 007 57(
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?fern m: To defend and pmtect the Republic of South Afriw. its tenitoral integrity
and its people, in aawdam with the Constihrtion and the pnm’&s of international law regulating the use of fone
Administralion ............................. .............................................. ment and adminktmtion of the Conduct the policy develcpme
Department
Landward Defence .......................................................................... Prwide ptepared and suppmied landwerd ci?fenw capabilities for the d e f e m andprotectbn of South Afriw
Air Defence ................... .......................................................... Provide prepared and supported air defence wpabilities for the defence and protection of W h Africa
Maritime Defence ................................................... ....... Provide prepared and suppotfed maritime defence defence and protection of South Afriw
Military Health Support ............................................................................ Provide prepared and supported medical combat support elements and other services
Defence Intelligence ............................... ........ Provide a defencf! intelligence and wun
Joint Support ......................................................................................... Provide joint support capabilities and setvices to the Depaitment
ofwhich - St Johns Ambulance Brigade - Medical Fund - Part Time Force Council - Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority -Armaments Corporation of South Africa Ltd
Fora Employment ............................................. ................ Provide and manage Defence capabilities, operational wpabilify to successfully conduct all operations and joint and multinational miliary exenises
Of which Specirically and exdusively appropriated - Peace support operations
Special Defence Account ......... ... provide for special defence
Of which - Special Defence Account
dependent Complaints Directorate ;m: To investigate complaints of misconduct, corruption and miminaltty allegedly
wmmitted by members of the South African Police S e ~ ‘ c e and Municipal Police Services and to make approprikte readive and proactive recommendations, to reduce the incidence of the behaviwr that gives rise to wch complaints
Administration ......................................................................................... Provide for the overall management, policy development and organisation of the Independent Complaints Directorate, in line with government prescripts
Of which - Safety and Secwily Sector Education and Training Authority
ROW
23 830
1 758
4 055
2 504
131s
I 683
143
2 729
I 410
8 224
65
22
Current Transfers and Payments fa payments Subsidies Capital Asset
RW0 R’OW ROW
14 8% 326
1 748 629
4 047 005
2 480 941
1 299682
I840 134
140 298
2 208 523
1331 116
771 618
8 63s 529
215
1 441
385
383
401
67
408 038
50 275
2 726 7 933
396 286
59
8 224 560
8 224 560
298 2f
10 3C
7 1;
23 I€
19 1;
43 2f
3 2s
11297
78 97
48 76
64 034 72 1 80
22 446 50 22
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Investigation of Complaints ........................................................................ Investigate deaths in police custody and as a result of police action. and any complaints of misamdud , criminality and cormpdion allegedly committed by a police officer
Information Management and Resea rch... ..................................................... Receive, register and process complaints of misconduct, aiminality and corruption committed by a poiice offcer as we// as notirications of police- related deaths. Monitor the implementation of the Domestic V i o k m Act
Servkxs. Manage all information. Recommend sdutions to inherent pokhg problems
(116 of 1998) by the soufh Akican Police Service and Muni*pal Police
ustice and ConstltuUonal Development im: To uphold and prvfect the Constitution and the rule of law, and to provide
accessible, Lir, speedy and ccst-&ective administration of justice in the interests of a safer and more secure South Africe
Administration ........................................................................................ Manage the Depamnent. and devebp strategies and policies for the ef%cient administration of justice
Of which - Contribution to Skills Fund court services .........................................................................................
Provide and manage efficient wutt facilities, and facilitate the resolution of criminal, civil and family law matters in South Africa
Of which Specifally and exdusively appropriated - Capital works
State Legal S e r v i i ............................................................................... Provide legal and Ieghlative services to govetnment, wpe~.se the administration of deceased and insolvent estates and the Guardian's Fund. prepare and promote legislation and facilitate constitutional development and undertake reseach in suppoft of this
Of which - lntematmal Criminal Court
National Prosecuting Authority ................................................................. Pmvide a aunriinated prvseadiqi service, p tec f M a i n witnesses, and investigate serious orgenised unlawful conduct
Auxiliaty and Associated Services ............................................................. Provide a variety of amiliaty services associated with the Department's aims, and fund transfer payments to constitutional institutions, the Legal Aid Board, the Special Investigating Units the Represented Political Patties' Fund and the President's Fund
Of which - South African Human Rights Commission -Commission on Gender Equality - Public Pmtectw - Legal Ad Board - Special Investigating Unit - Represented Political Parties' Fund - President's Fund
I 007 839
744 151
2 199 282
368 177
I 515 728
180 501
8
803 017
3 689
3 483
I 273
4 027
3644
2 890
791 138
49 220 37 757 87 784
501 409 55 582 79 384
1
45s
I?
40s
288
4
18
14
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Current Transfers and Payments fc Payments Subsidies CapitalAsse
mfety and Security im: To prevent, combat and investigate uime, maintain public order. protect and
secure the inhabitants of South Ahica and their pmpem, and uphold and enforce the law
Administration . .................................... e Department, including
providing administmtive wpport Of which - Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority Specifically and exdusively appropriated - Integrated Justice Sactor Programma
Visible Pdiang .... .......... Enable police stations to provkje for specialised in bordedines
and preserve safety and sewm, and ns and the policing of South Afriw’s
Datective Services ................................................................................... Enable the inwstigative work of the South African Police Sewice, including providing wppod to investigators in terms of forensic evidence and the Criminal Record Centre
............................................. Manage crime intelligence and analyse crime infonnafion. and provide technical support fw investigations and crime prevention operations
Protectin and Security Services ................................................................. provide a protection and sewn& service to all identified dignitaries and government interests
3ricUlture m: To lead and support sustainable ag r iwhe and promate rural developmenf
through: ensuring access to sufficient. safe and nutritious food; eliminating skewed pattiupation and inequity in agriwture: maximising growth, emplovmenl and income in the sector; improving fhe sustainable management of natural agticultural resourns and eahqical systems; enwring effective and e w n t governance; and ensuring knowledge and information management
Administration ......................................................................................... Provide the Department with political and strategic leedemhip and management, and manage wpital investments
Livelihoods. Economics and Business Development ...................................... h’omote equitable aaess to the agtiwbral secfor. the growth and m m e m a l viability of emerging f a m , and food security and rural development. Facilitate market access for South African agticui’tural pmducts nationalw and internationally by developing and implementing appropriate policies and targeted programmes. Promote broad-based black economic empowerment in the sector. Provide irnbnnation for developing and monitoring the agricuttural sector
Of which - Ncera Farms (4) Ltd - Land and Agricultural Bank of SA - National Agricultural Marketing Council - Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment
Programme for Agriculture (AgriBEE) Conditional Grant to Provinces - Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme Grant
Bio-security and Disaster Management ........................................................ Devebp and implement policies for food s a w , egriculturel risk and disaster manegement, and for controlling animal and plant diseases
R000
32 567 731
10 522 0 6 C
14 426 448
5 279 606
I iig44a
1 210 176
1 957 648
247 195
746 783
245 939
RWO ROW R000
30599004
9 639 543
213 680
13 537 101
5 162 351
1101 671
1158338
375 728
170 597
13 984
175 972
20 796
5 740
2 821
15829
711 9
713 3
964
12 0:
49 2
882202 lo42387 33 O!
225 872 440 20 81
160 151 585 823 8(
2 In 200 000
12 710
70 OW
300 000
238 536 531 6 87
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Production and Resources Management ....................................................... Manage pfvductivity and sustainability in agriculture. monitor and CanZrOl genetically modified otganisms and develop and implement poricRs and legislation on the sustainable use of agrimllural land and water resomes
Of which -Water Research Commission Conditional Grant to Provinces - Land Care Programme Grant: Poverty Relief and
Infrastructure Development
Sector Services and Partnerships ................................................................ Manage and co-ordinate stakehohr and intemational datirms, agkubral education and training, extension and advisory setvices, and scientific research and devebpment
Of which -Agricultural Research Council - National Student Finanaal Aid Scheme - Primary Agriculture Sector Education and Training Authority - Omce International des Epizootics - International Seed Testing Association - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - International Union for the protection of new varieties - International Grains Council - Oflice International de la Vigne el du Vin - Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations - International Commission of Agricultural Engineering - Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research - Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International - International Dairy Federation - International Cotton Advisory Council - Foreign rates and taxes
of Plants
ommunications im: To develop Infomation Communication Technokgy (ICT) policies and
legislation that stimulate and improve the sustainable economic development of the South African first and secund economy and posirivelv impact on the social well being of all South Africans. The Oepadfnent also aims to oversee stele owned entities, such as the South African Post Office, the south Awan Broadcasting Corporetion and the lndepend?nt Communications Authorify of South Africa
Administration ......................................................................................... Provide strategic leedershp and overal/ management of the Department of Communications
Strategic Policy Coordination and Integration ............................................... Give strategic difection to intemafional relations, stakehohr relations, intetgovemmental relations and empowerment, with the aim of advancing and enhancing the delivery mandate of the Depadment. Coordinete the strategic and buwness planning processes to ensure alignment, linkages and integration
ROW
240 5'
477 21
I 280 I S
108 27
42 47
Current Transfers and Payments fa Payments Subsidies Capital Assei
R'000 ROW R'WO
188 984 47 561 3 %
2000
44 500
68 659 408 032 5:
386 552 5 300
470 51 3 56 96
283 133 383
10 392 53
3 209 207 25
145 151
304 320 968 884 6 95
105 571 91 2 61
41 407 37 1 0:
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Policy Unit .............................................................................................. Develop policies that will create the best W t i o n s for investment and d l out of infrastructure and services. Contribute to nation building and social oohesion to achieve sustainable economic development
Of which - Information Systems, Electronics and Telecommunications Technologies Sactor Education and Training Authority
- Swth African Broadcasting Corporation: Community Radio Stations - South African Broadcasting Corporetion: Prcgramme Production
Finance and Shareholder Management ....................................................... Provide supporf services to stakehdderr in pursuance of service delivery by the LMpartment to manage the government's sharehoMing interest in Telkom SA Ltd. South African fost Omce and the South African B~vadcasting Coporation, and to conhol transfers to the Universal Services Agmy, the Universe1 Services Fund, National Electronic Media Instit& of South Africa and the Independent Communicetions Authority of South Africe
Of which - Universal Service Agency - Universal Service Fund - Independent Communications Authority of souul Africa - South African Post Office Limited: Subsidy - South African Broadcasting Corpofatiin: PuMic Broadcaster - South African Broadcasting Corporation, Channel Africa - National Electronic Medii Institute of South Africa - sentech
Innovative Applications and Research .......................................................... Enhance government's service deliwry through ICT mediums and applications
Of which - Meraka Institute - .ra Domain Name Authority
Presidential National Commission ............................................................. Co-onfinate and assess the impact of govemment ICT policies and programmes on the different spheres of govemment. Provide strategies to brim the dig&/ divide. Define an inlbrmation society fw W h Africa with clear tame& and milestones
nvironrnental Affairs and Tourism im: To lead wsta~nabkr development of SOUM Africa's envkonment and tourism
fw a 6ethwlife for all
Administration ......................................................................................... Provide strategic leademhip, corporete .s?M'~~s, cdoperative governance and inliMnetion
Of which - Council for Scientific and lndusbial Research
Environmental Quality and Protection.. ......................................................... Protect and impwe the quality and safety of the envimnment to give e W to the right of all South Africans to an envirvnment that is not harmrid to health and well-being
Of which - South African Weather Service
R O O 0
77 18
969 08!
58 18:
24 98s
2 018 053
185 309
216 599
Current Transfers and Payment! Payments Subsidies CapitalAs
ROO0 ROW ROOa
30 967 45 109
lo00
10 870
33 200
49 781 918 12% 1
20 loo 31 164
I99 738 313 OM) 203 482 31 393 I 9 199
100 OOO
52 a89 5 507
4000 1500
24 505 14
616 129 1 388 862 14
183 233 580 I
94 351
500
114413 7
114 393
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Marine and Coastal Management .............................................................. promote the dewbpment and management of South Africa's marine and coastal envimmenfs in a way that ensures susfainabilify of the marine resoura?~ while maximising economic opporlunifies. job mafion and poveiiy alleviation
Of which - Marine Living Resources Fund
s for sustainable fourism gmwth and devebpment for the bnefif of a// South Africans
Of which - South African Tourism Biodiversity and Conservation ....................................................................
Promote the consemtion and sustainable use of natwal re.sources to improve economic growth and powdy alleviation
Of which - South African National Parks - South African National Biodiversity Institute - Greater St Lucia Wetland Park Authority Soda1 Responsibility and Projects .............................................................
Promote job weation thmugh the €xpanded Public R4t'k.s ?rogramme by impkmenting projects in areas such as susfainable land-based livelihoods. coast can?, people and parks gmwing the fourism emnomy and keeping South Africa clean
of Which - Expanded Public Works Programme
wsing n: To deternine, finance, promote, m-ordinafe, communicate and monitor the
impkmentation of policy for housing and human settlements
Administration ........................................................................................ Pmvide strategic leadership and adminishtive and managemeni support services to the Department hmote and facilitate the flow of infwmation b8tween the Deuartment and ifs StekehoMm
Policy. Planning and Research... ................................................................. Develop sound national human settlement and housing poI&s, supported by research and underpinned by an appropriate b3gislative framework
Of which - Habitat Foundation
Programme Management .......................................................................... Manage national housing and human sefflement programmes to enable, support and promote the implemenfafion of housing and human seftlement Proiects
Housing Sector Performance and Equity ...................................................... Monitor and assess the implementations performance and impact of national housing policies and prognrmmes, and eradicate discrimnation and unfair practices in the provision of housing and housing finance
Of which - National Housing Finance Corporation - SERVCON Housing Solutions - Social Housing Foundation - People's Housing Partnership Trust - Thubelisha Homes - National Urban Reconstruction and Housing Agency
R000
260
559
348
447
6 860
99
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RW0 R'000 R'WO
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121 057
101 292 457 21 1 7!
457 187
47 604 300 559 3
188 940 94 972 16 627
51 543 394 982 1 1:
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Housing Development Funding ................................................................ fund national housing and human sett/ement pmgrammes in terms of the Housing Ad (107 of 1997)
COndtiOMl Grant t0 PfOvinCc?S - Integrated Housing and Human Settlement
Development Grant
and Affairs iim: To create and maintain an efpiteble and sustainable land dispensation that
results in social and ecolKlmic devebpment for all South Afticans
Administration ........................................................................................ Pmvide sirefegic and logistical sup@ through executive and Owporate swic%s
Surveys and Mapping .............................................................................. Provide national mapping, aerial photography and other imagery and national conW survey systems, in suppod of national infrasfnrcture and sustainable devebpment. Provide pmfessional and technical services in support of land mkmn and other public services
Cadastral Surveys .................................................................................. Provide conW of all wdastral survey and wdastral spatial inrbtmation services
Restitution ............................................................................................ Take responsibility for seitiing land restitution daims in accordam with the pmvisions of the Restitution of Land Rights Act (1994). and provide settlement support to benetkiaties
Of which - Restitution Grants
Land Reform .......................................................................................... Take mponsiBi l~?~ for providing sustainable land redisbibution pmgrammes, tenure security for all occupiers of land in South Africa. public land infomation, and the management of state land
Of which - Land Reform Grants - KwaZulu-Natal lngonyama Trust h r d - Khula Land Reform Credii Facility Conditional Grant to Provinces - Land Distribution: Alexandra UttJan Renewal Project Grant
Spatial Planning and Information ................................................................ Provide for national land use management, spatial planning and spatial inti)mation systems
Of which - south African Cwncil for Planners
Auxiliary and Associated Senricas ............................................................. Take responsiBility for augmenting the Registration of Deeds Trading Account, and for acquiring vehicles Ibr departmental use and deparimental wphl works, and provide for a cpntribution to the Public Sector Education and Training Authority (PSETA)
Of which - Public Sectof Education and Training Authority -Registraton of Deeds Trading Account
llnerals and En- ,im: To formulate and implement an overall minerals and en%rgy policy to ensure
the optimum use of minerals and energy resources
Administration ......................................................................................... Provide comprehensive administntive suppott to the minisby and deparfment
R'000
8 488 8r
4 852 l!
358 9i
81 21
95 2€
3 369 13
907 28
28 21
12 05
264827
151 10
Current Transfarsand Payment payments Subsidies Capital As
R'm R'000 R'OOC
118508 6349949
6 349 949
990841)
321 569
74 706
87 053
232 669
238 517
3 806 183
307
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3 134 947
667 683
857 357 2 242
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27 005 1010
9 129
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145 561 1 223 4
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Promotion of Mine Safety and Health ......................................................... Execute fhe Depattmenf's statvtory mandate to prvtect the health and safety of mine employees and people affected by mining acfivities
Of which - Mine Health and Safety Council
Mineral Regulation ........................................................
Mineral Policy and Promotion .................................................
Regulafe the m to achieve trensfomabn
Develop minerahlafed policies. Pmmofe Soufh Africe minerals industry to make it aftmtive to investcfs
Of which -Council for Geoscience (Small Scale Mining)
Hydrocarbons and Energy Planning Pmmote the sustainable use of en planning and appmpnate promotion, including thrwgh &&ping policy and regulations for pefmleum producls. coal, gas, renewable energy and energy efficiency
Of which - RenmMe Energy Subsidy Scheme
Electricity and Nuclear ............................................................................... Ensure that devebpment in the electridfy and nuclear sectors is monifomd, and that policies governing the sectors are impmved and implemenfed. Support the achievement of u n i w l access tu dectrcily, including ovemeeing the relevant state-contmlled entities
Associated Services ............................................................................... Provide relafed services in support of the Depaitment's mandate thmugh funded and non-fvnded stafurory bodies and organisations
Of which - National Nudear Regulator - Electricity Distribution Industry Holdings Company - Eskom: Integrated National Elactrification Programme - Assistance to Mines -Council for Mineral Technology Research - Council for Geosciences - SA Nudaar Energy Corporation Ltd: - SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: Decommissioning - SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: Security - SA Nudear Energy Corpwation Ltd: SAFARI Reactor
Conversion - Integrated National Electrification Programma: Nmgrid dectrification service providers
Conditional Grant to Local Government - Integrated National Electrification Programme: Municipalities
ProJects
:lence and Technology m: To realise the full potential of science and technology in social and
economic development, thmugh the devebmenf of human resources, research and innovation
Administration ........................................................................................ Pmvide core suppott semices, including finance. human resoumes, legal services and information fechnokgy. Manage the governance and reporting system for governmenf-funded science and technology in general and fhe Department's institutions and pmgrammes in partiwlar
Of which - TeChrd~gy TOP 100
ROW
11721(
I60 w
51 35s
37 47:
55 09c
1 975 98e
2 614 093
211 582
Current Transfers and Payments fa Payments Subsidies Capital Asse
R000 R'000 R000
112 270 4546
4 452
159 951 93
29 512 21 847
21 799
32 558 4 917
55 071
4 900
I 9
1 975 988
14 742 62 794
893 165 37 339
118664 93 100
237 020
23 034 9OOO
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84 000
391 130
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76 823 1441 133 31
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Science and Technology Expert Services .............................. Provide expetf content-based sewices to the line Executive Committee and the National System of Innovation, auDss a range of science and technology domains. Provide research and innovation management praca;Ce. poky inputs and evaluation
Of which
-Institutional and Programme Support - lnd i inws Knowkdge Systems - Academies
International Cooperation and Resources .................................. ....... &ve/op bilateral and muitilatetal mcperation in science and technology to strengthen the National System of Innovation. Establish technological intelligence capacity to monitor and evaluate international science and technology irencks
Of which - Global Science -Africa Institute of South Africa
Frontier Science and Technology ..................................................................... provide leademhip for relevant, long-tern and uuss-cutting research. demlopmsnt, innovation and human capital development amss the National System of Innovation W which - BWechndogy Strategy - Innovation Fund - Square Kilometre Array - Frontier Science and Technology - Science and Youth - National Retntarch Foundation - Counal for Scientific and Industrial Research - Human Resource Development - Research and Development Infrastructure
-Science Themes
Government Sectoral Programmes and Co-ordination ......................................... provide leadership and support to other government depariments for sector- specific research, development and technology, and directed human capital ptvgrammes
Of which - Information Communication Technology - Natural Resources -Advanced Manufacturing Technology Strategy - South African National Energy Research Institute -South African AIDS Vacdne Initiative -Technology Planning and DWi - Learnership - Human Science Research Counal - Technology for Poverty Alleviation - Technology for Sustainable Livelihoods - National Public Assets - South African National Research N W - Leveraging Services Strategy
R000
51 55
131 94
1 633 03
585 97:
Current Transfers and Payments b Payments Subsidies Capital Asset
R000 R'OW R'000
41 087 10 257 21
3 000 2 249 5 000
40 400 91 408
69 451 21 954
7 I08 1625929
158 586 128 193
8000 100 700 20 OW 50 583
586 671 483 194 40 000 50 000
15 352 570 434
13
181
29 200 30 OD0 51 800 40 000 15 OOO 94 058 6 000
119873 63 500 53 000 43 000 22m 3 000
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'rade and Inductby lim: To lead and facilitete ames to sustainable economic activity and
employment for all South Aftkans thtwgh its understanding of the economy, its knowledge of economic oppottunitks and potential, and its anticpation of the future. The Department also aims to catalyse economic transformation and development. and to prvvide a pmktable. competitive, equitable and socially responsible envimment for investment, enterprise and hede for economic citizens. In this way the Department will cwbibute towards achkving government's vision of an adaptive and reslrocfured m m y , characterised by aca?lerated economic growth, empbyment creation and greater equity by 2014
Administration ......................................................................................... Provide strategic leademhip to the L3epartment and its agencies, and facilitate the suzcessbl implementation of the Department's mandate through suppoiiive systems and services
Of which -Industrial Development Corporation: Fund for Research into
- Diplomacy, Intelligence. Defence and Trade Education and Industrial Development, Growvl and Equity
Training Authority
International Trade and Economic Development ............................................ Devdop trade and investment links with key economies gl&ally and promote economic devebpment through: negotiating prefeerential trade agreements, supporting a stmng and equitable multilateml trading system, and fostering economic integration in Africa within the NEPAD fremework
Of which - International Trade Administmtion Commission - World Trade Organisation - Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons - Development Bank of Southern Ahica: Regional Spatial
Development Initiatives - ProTechnik Labratoties
R'm
3 665 91
326 80
I29 21!
Current Transfers and Paymene Payments Subsidies CapitalAs
Roo0 R O O 0 R'000
769 869 2 887 190 t
316415 5 198 5
5 OW
170
55 913 72 848
49 245 4 494 3 371
13 831 1 856
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I Enterprise and Industry Development .... ....................... Provide leadership in the devehyment of and stmtegies that pnnnote and foster compefihmss, enterprise development, empowennent and equity in the economy
Of which - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology -Council for Saentic and Industrial Research: Technology
-Council for Sdentitic and Industrial Research: Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: National - Swth Ahican Bureau of Standards: Research Contribution - South African National Aareditation System - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: National - National Prcdudivity Institute: Workplace Challenge - Nati ial Empowenent Fund - South African Bureau of Standards - Small Business
Transfer Capital Guarantee Fund
Venture Capital
Transfer Centre
for Women in Business
Cleaner Production Centre
Measuring Standards
- Khula
Technical Consulting - South African Mi0 Apex Fund - Small Enterprise Development Agency - National Research Fwndatiin: Technology and Human
Research for Industry Programme - United Natiins Industrial Development Organisation - Black Emomic Empowerment Advisory Council - Industrial Development Corporation: Support Programme - National Cooperatives Assodation of South Africa -Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Aerospace Industry - Gcdisa Trust: Technology Incubator Development - South African Women Entrepreneun' Network - Cwperative Incentive Schema
for Industrial Innovation
Consumer and Corporate Regulation .......................................................... D e w and implement coherent, pmdktable and transparent tegulatoty solutions that facilitate easy access to redress and efficient regulaby services Ibr economic citizens
Of which -National Gambling Board - National Lotteries Board - Competition Commission - Competition Tribunal - South African Bureau of Standards: Trade Metrology - WOrM Intellectual Property Organisation -Micro Finance Regulatory Council - National Credii Regulator - Companies and Intellectual Property Registration Office
R'000
1 234 9'
146 35
Current Transfers and Payment Payments Subsidies Capital Ai
R000 R'MK) ROOC
63141 1170990
I
I
2 247
5 404
1124 126 445
6 787
36 922 7 865
32 090 409 480
1247 00 000
171 426
147 100 3 818 7 000
80 839 1 I
45 000 2 247 3 932
45 429 I00 303
12 998 2000
22 434 8000
10 113 2 247 22 854 15 000 4 647
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The Enterprise Organisation ...................................................................... Pmvide emcient administration of enterptise Jupporl measures
Of which - Small and Medium Manufacturing Development Programme -Manufacturing Development Programme Incentives - Enterprise Development -Infrastructure Industrial Developrent Zones: - Coega Development Corporation - East London Development Corporation - Richards Bay Development Corporation - Critical Infrastructure Programme - Industrial Development Zones
- Business Process Outsourcing - Film and Television Production Incentive - Export Market and Investment Assistance - Black Business Supplier Development Programme - Miilnvestor Fund - Industrial Development Corporation: South African - Staple Food Foctification Programme Capital Goods Feasibility Study Fund
Trade and Investment South Africa ............................................................. Pmvide strategic vision and diredion to key growth sectors in the economy* increase the level of died invesiment, and dewbp South A M 's capacity to export to various markets
Of which - Export Credit Insurance Corporation - Export Consultancy Trust Funds: - lntemational Bank for Reconstruction and Development - lntemational Finance Corporation (World Bank)
-Council for Sdentik and Industrial Research: Maritime
- Aichi Exposition - Nati ial Automotive Industry Development Centre - Trade and Investment South Africa
Industry Project
....................................................................... Pmmte awareness of the Department's products and se~'ces
ramport lim: To lead the provision of an integrated, sustainable, reliable and safe
transport system, through s.%Bty and economic regulation. planning, development. co-otdination, promotion and hplementation of transport poricies and strategies
Administration ......................................................................................... Co-ordinate and provide an effective, emcient strategic support and administrative service to the Ministw, Director-General and Department
Of which - Universities of Pretoria. Kwa-Zulu Natal and - Transport Education and Training Authority
Stellenbosch
Transport P d i , Research and Economic Analysis ....................................... Effectively manage a national innovative mearch and development programme. a n a m strategic policies, deem apprupate legislation and pmvide economic advice and analysis for all modes oftransport
R'000
I 42C
322
06
12 870
126
28
Current Transfersand Payment! payments Subsidies CapitalAs
RW0 R'OW R'WO
51 970 1 367 821
1000 I
598 636
345 012 58 200 18 800 69 930 16 854 70 OW 72 400 91 971 25 000
1
1 1
151 284 170 023
I60 015
4 451 4 451
I 1
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85 717 7
638 8S2 12 293 670 37
117 258 7 376 I
7 085 150
27 909 8
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Transport Regulation and Accident and lnddent Investigation .......................... Create an enabling regulatory environment in the areas of satsly, Security and environmental mmpliame, and manage accident and incident investigations in all modes of transporf
Of which -South African Maritime Safety Authority: Maritime Rescue
- Membership Fees: African Civil Aviation Commission - Membership Fees: International Civil Aviation Organisation -Membership Fees: International Maritime Organisation - Membership Fees: Indian Ocean Memorandum - Membership Fees: Cospas Sarsat Contribution - National Sea Rescue Institute -Mountain Club of South Africa - Hamnet -0ffRoadRescue
Co-ordination Centre
of Understanding
Integrated Planning and Inter-sphem Co-ordination ....................................... Manage and facilitate the integtated planning and an inter-sphere c e ordination for lranspod infrastruclure and operations
Of which - South African National Roads Agenq Ltd Specificslly and exclusively appropriated - South African Rail Commuter Corporation LM - Cross Border Road Transpoltation Agency Conditional Grant to Local Government - Public Transport Infrastructure and Systems Grant
Freight Logistics and Corridor Ddopment ............................. ...... Manage the im@ernentation of the transport bgisth sira development of freight movemnt oonidors
the
Public Transport ...................................................................................... Develop practkes and noms that win increase access to appmpdte and qualily public transport that meets the needs of both rural and wban Pa-ngers
Of which - Bus subsidies - South African Rail Commuter Cocporation -Taxi: Santaco -Taxi: Recapitalisation Conditional Grant to Provinces - Gautrain Rapid Rail Link
Public Entity Oversight and Economic Regulation . , . . ................................. Devebp apprOpriete mandates and monitoring mechanisms for public entities. DeverOp and oversee tranylcwr economic regulatim in line with b m d eoonomiC and transpod policies, while ensuring eWicient border operations and control
Of which -Railway Safety RegulatM - Road Traffic Management Corporation - South A k a n Maritime Safely Authority - South African Civil Aviation Authority
R'000
151 85
3 161 25
27 84
9 165 82
209 32
Current Transfers and Payment: Payments Subsidies CapitalAs
Roo0 R'OW Roo0
141 803
133 898
27 779
67 079
23 326
9 736
4 558 636
2 438 869
191 286 589 50 50 50
2 992 083
2 292 075
180 ow 1000
519 000
5
9 098 621
2415 235 3 161 140
11 236 270 OW
3 241 000
185 841
21 200 150 120
7 747 6 773
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Current Transfers and Paymentr Payments Subsidies Capital As
Water Affairs and Forestry lim: To ensure the availability and supply of water at natlonal level to facilitate
eguifable and susfamable social and ecunomic kvebpment; ensure the univeml and emcient sup& of water services at local level; and promole the sustainable management of forests
Administration ......................................................................................... Provide poky leademhip and a&im and wre support sewbs including, finance, human mources, legal information and management services, wmmunication as wel as corporafe pJanning
Of which - Local Government Water and Related *ices
Water Resource Management ................................................................... E n s m that the ccvntty's water resources are pm-, used, developed, wnswed, managed and wntrded in a sustainable and equitable manner for the benefit of all people
Of which - Water Trading Account - Financial assistance to small-scale farmers
Water Services ........................................................................................ E n s m that aW people in South A m have access to an adequate, sustainable, viable, safe. appropriate and affwdable water and sanitation Jervice; use water wisely; and practise sak sanitation
Of which Conditional Grants to Local Government -Water Services Operating and Transfer Subsidy Specitically and exclusively appropriated -Water Services Operating Subsidy (Water Boards)
Forestty .................................................................................................. Promote the wnswation of plantation and ind&nous forests. and their wmmemal and community use, to achieve optimal social and economic benefits. promote mral development thnwgh policy development, reguletion. facilitation, and monitoring and evaluation
ROW
4 476 &
436 7c
2 179 le
1 482 25
398 40
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R'WO ROW R'000
2 631 794
418 452
I 008 375
820 806
352 387
390 161
1 632 808
672
550
I 032 763
1001 449 30 175
599 147
500 000
98 734
228
207
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138
42
39
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01 424S43 1 72 625 096 5 976
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