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Adjustments Appropriation Act [No. 27 of 2004]


Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Vol. 474 Cape Town 3 December 2004 No. 27060
THE PRESIDENCY No. 1413 3 December 2004
It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 27 of 2004: Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2004.

2 No. 27060 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. 3 DECEMBER 2004
Act No. 27,2004 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
(English text signed by the President.) (Amented to 1 December 2004.)
ACT To appropriate adjusted amounts of money for the requirements of the State in respect of the financial year ending 31 March 2005.
E IT E-NACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, as B fo1lows:- Appropriation of adjusted amounts of money for requirements of State
1. Subject to the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. I of 1999), there are hereby appropriated out of the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State 5 in respect of the financial year ending on 3 1 March 2005 the adjusted amounts of money shown in the Schedule.
Short title
2. This Act is called the Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2004.
4 No. 27060 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 3 DECEMBER 2004
Act No. 27,2004 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT. 2004
SCHEDULE
Title
1 Administration ...................................................................................
2 Support Services to the President and Deputy President ............................. Of which - South African Chapter on African Renaissance
3 Cabinet Office ................................................................................
4 Policy Co-ordination ...........................................................................
Details of Vote
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2
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Parliament Aim: TO provide the support services required by Parliament to fulfil its
constitutional functions, to assist political parties represented in Parliament to secure administrative support and service constituents, end to provide Members of Parliament with the necessary facilities
1 Administration ...................................................................................
Foreign Affaln Aim: To formulate, co-ordinate, implement and manage South Africa's foreign
policy and international relations programmes throughout he world
Administration ...................................................................................
Foreign Relations .................................................................................
Public Diplomacy and Protocol ................................................................
International Transfers ............................................... Of which - Humanitarian Aid - Southern African Development Community: Membership Fees -African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States: Membership fees - Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty - New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad) - Other international organisations - Manpower secondment
(orne Affairs \im: To protect and regulate the interests of the inhabitants of the Republic
of South Africa, in respect of their individual status, identity and specific rights and powers, and to promote a supporting service to this effect
1 Administration ...................................................................................
2 Services to Citizens ............................................................................. Of which Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Electronic Document Management System - Home Affairs National Identification System Project
- c Total per Vote
and Main Division
ROO0
2 616
1 994
(283)
(11 993)
(11 993)
60 835
41 712
(56 782)
9 680
66 225
104 123
211 93:
(151 633:
ails of adjusted appropriation
Current Payments Transfers
Capital Payments
R'000 R'000 R'000
3 350 1 066 (1 80C
3 794 (1 800
(1 349) 1 066
1 000
(20)
925
(11 993)
(11 993)
(44 505) 66 230 39 ll(
17 935 5 23 77:
(72 120) 15 331
9 680
66 225
18 525 3 200 1 061
(1 061) 45 500 (1 000)
155 913 25 90 (77 380
108 199 938 102 79
33 975 373 (185 981
2 31 50 00
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. Details of Vote
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2
3
4
5
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7
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Title
Immigration .........................................................................................
Auxiliary and Associated Services ........................................................... Of which - Independent Electoral Commission Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Accommodation Infrastructure (B39OCapital Works)
rovlncial and Local Government im: TO develop and promote a national system of integrated and co-
operative governance, and to support provincial and local government
Administration ................................................................................... Of which - Glenrand M.1.B Insurance Brokers
Governance, Policy and Research ..........................................................
Urban and Rural Development ...............................................................
Systems and Capacity Building .......................................................... :..
Free Basic Services and Infrastructure ..............................................
Provincial and Local Government Transfers. ..................................... Of which Conditional Grants to Local Government - Municipal Infrastructure Grant - Disaster relief
Fiscal Transfers.. ........................................................................... Of which - Municipal Demarcation Board - Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of
Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities
'ubllc Works lim: To provide end manage the accommodation, housing, land 8nd
infrastructure needs of national departments, to promote the expanded national public works programme, and to transform the Construction and Property lndustries
1 Administration ...................................................................................
2 Provision of Land and Accommodation ................................................... Of which - Rates on state properties
4 Auxiliary and Associated Services .....................................................
Government Communlcation and Information System Aim: To provide a comprehensive communication service on behalf Of
government to facilitate the involvement of the majority of South Africans in the process of governance, reconstruction and development, nation-building and reconciliation
1 Administration ...................................................................................
2 Policy and Research ...........................................................................
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rota1 per Vote and Main Division
ROO0
6 310
37 51 1
286 613
(1 637)
(935)
(858)
1 929
6 764
274 000
7 350
693 986
34 481
659 49t
1 06!
(1 22
ails of adjusted appropriation
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
ROO0 ROO0 R'000
13 739 406 (7 835)
23 873 13 638
23 873
19 804 ~-
6 883 279 730
(1 667) 30
31
(935)
(858)
1 929
6 764
274 000
(6 000) 280 000
1 650 5 700
5 500
200
(30 700) 632 493 92 193
34 488
(64 538) 6 2 49 91 54:
632 493
(650) 65(
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Title
Government and Media Liaison .............................................................
Provincial and Local Liaison ..................................................................
Communication Service Agency ............................................................
ltional Treasury n: To promote economic development, good govemance, social progress
and rising living standards through accountabje, economic, efficient, equitable and sustainable public finances
Administration ...................................................................................
Economic Planning and Budget Management ...........................................
Asset and Liability Management .............................................................
Financial Management and Systems .............................................
Financial Accounting and Reporting ......................................................... Of which -Accounting Standards Board - Auditor-General
Provincial and Local Government Transfers .............................................. Of which Conditional Grants to Local Government - Restructuring
Civil and Military Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits ......... Of which - Civil Pensions - Military Pensions
Fiscal Transfers .................................................................................. Of which - Lesotho and Namibia - Highly Indebted Poor Countries initiative: international - Financial and Fiscal Commission - Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-opention
Monetary Fund
ubllc Enterprises im: The aim of the Department of Public Enterprises is excellence in State-
owned enterprises' shareholder management
Administration ...................................................................................
Restructuring of State-Owned Enterprises ................................................
Performance Monitoring and Benchmarking ..............................................
Policy Development and Business Planning .....................................
l- c rota1 per Vote
and Main Division
ROO0
(802)
(884)
743
80 185
41 719
9 932
11 605
(1 002)
45 ooc
(1 00 0001
72 931
1 38s
5 00'
(3 816
(5 994
6 19t
ails of adjusted appropriation
Current Transfers Payments Payments
R O O 0 R O O 0 R O O 0
Capital
(806) 4
(91 7) 33
336 7 400
(93 599)
20 144
10 396
11 852
(1 9)
(5 972)
(1 30 000)
152 437
(16)
73
6
47
4 396
(3 630) 8 045
45 000
45 000
30 000
15 000 15 000
72 931
86 661
(1 5 495) 2 475 (71 0)
180 14 1 195
3 8 6 1 195
(3 822) 6
(5 813) (1 0) (171;
6 009 18 171
I O No. 27060 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. 3 DECEMBER 2004
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? Details of Vote -r
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Title
'ubllc Servlce and Administration aim: TO lead the modernisation of the public service by assisting government
departments to implement their management policies, systems and StNctUd SOlutiOnS, within a generally applicable framework of norms and standards, in order to improve service delivery
I Administration ...................................................................................
? Integrated Human Resources .........................................................
3 Information and Technology Management ................................................
t Service Delivery Improvement ..............................................................
3 International and African Affairs .....................................................
'ublic Service Commission 9im: To promote he constitutional values and principles of public
administration in the public service
I Administration ...................................................................................
2 Investigations and Human Resource Reviews ....................................
3 Monitoring and Evaluation ..............................................................
South African Management Development Institute (SAMDI) 4im: To provide practical, client-driven, organisational development
interventions that lead to improved perfonnance and service delivery in the public sector
1 Administration ...................................................................................
2 Public Sector Organisational and Staff Development ..................................
Statistics South Africa dim: To collect, process, analyse and disseminate high quality official and
other statistical date and information, and co-ordinate the national statistics system, in suppod of economic growth, socio-economic development, democracy and good governance
1 Administration .................................................................................... Of which - Employees Leave Gratuities
2 Economic and Social Statistics ............................................................. Of which - Employees Leave Gratuities
3 Population Census and Statistics ...........................................................
4 Quality and Integration
5 Statistical Support and Informatics
.....................................................................
.................................................... Of which - Employees Leave Gratuities
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Total per Votc and Main Division
R O O 0
17 670
3 207
9 081
6 000
(800)
182
54
(302)
248
2 562
(2 562)
(3 692)
4 357
(5 546)
3 634
(3251
(5 812)
ails of adjusted appropriation
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
R O O 0 ROO0 ROO0
16 941 8 72'
2 531 a 66E
9 081
2 562
(2 749) (3) 190
(12 516) 64 8 760
1 470 10 2 a77
13
(4 872) 19 (693)
5
(140) 2 3 772
(1 135) (4) 814
(7 839) 37 1 99(
56
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Title
rts and Culture im: To develop and preserve a South African culture to ensure social
cohesion and nation building
Administration ...................................................................................
Arts and Culture in Society .............................................................. Of which - Financial Assistance Projects
National Language Service .............................................................. Of which - National Language Service: Financial Assistance Projects
Cultural Development and International Co-operation ............................ Of which - Investing in Culture
Heritage Promotion ...................................................................... Of which - National Heritage Council - Capital Works
ducatlon im: To develop, maintain and support a South African education and
training system for the 27st century
Administration ................................................................................... Of which - Sector Education and Training Authority
Systems Planning .............................................................................. Of which Conditional Grants to Provinces - Financial Management and Quality Enhancement
, General Education ............................................................................... Of which Conditional Grants to Provinces - HIV and Aids (Life Skills Education) - Early Childhood Development Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Early Childhood Development
4 Further Education and Training ..............................................................
5 Quality Promotion and Development ...................................................... Of which Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Primary School Nutrition Programme
6 Higher Education ...............................................................................
7 Auxiliary and Associated Services ......................................................... Of which - United Nations Organisation for Educational and Scientific Cultures -Association for the Development of Education in Africa
c 'otal per Vote and Main Division
ROO0
34 519
9 200
20 422
(1 940)
2 054
4 783
60 138
(2 897)
23 501
29 807
3 81'
16 28<
(24
(10 35c
ails of adjusted appropriation
Current Transfers Capital Payments Payments
ROO0 ROO0 ROO0
24 856 9 663
9 179 21
9 510 10 912
10 912
(6 940) 5 000
5 000
2 054
2 054
13 107 (8 324)
(5 167) (3 157)
37 590 17 139 5 409
(3 394)
955
21 496
1 514
1 068
15 714
(120)
(86)
1 a37
(199)
(1 94)
21 695
21 683
8 081
5 572 2 470
18
13
7
(12 476)
(1 2 500) 10
696
851
23C
2 73
55
12
5
28
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Details of Vote
No. Title
Health Aim: To promote the health of all people in South Africa through a caring and
effective national health system based on the primary health care approach
1 Administration ...................................................................................
2 Strategic Health Programmes ............................................................... Of which - National Health Laboratory Services (cancer register) - Poverty Relief - Health Systems Trust - Soul City
3 Health Service Delivery ......................................................................... Of which - Medico Legal
Labour Aim: To play a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and
inequality through policies and programmes developed in consultation with role-players, aimed atimproved economic efficiency and productivity, skills development and employment creation, sound labour relations, eliminating inequality and discrimination in the workplace, alleviating poverty in the workplace, as well as employment, and the protection and enhancement of worker rights and benefits
1 Administration ................................................................................... Of which - Resignation packages
2 Service Delivery ........................................................................................ Of which - Resignation packages
3 Employment and Skills Development Services and Human Resources Development .........................................................
Of which - Resignation packages
4 Labour Policy and Labour Market Programmes ............................................. Of which - Subsidised Work-Centres for the Disabled - Resignation packages
Science and Technology Aim: To realise the full potential of science and technology in social and
economic development, through the development of human resources. research and innovation
1 Administration ................................................................................... Of which - National Advisory Council on Innovation
2 Technology for Development .................................................................... Of which -Human Sciences Research Council - Technology for Poverty Alleviation -Agricultural processing programme - Enabling technology and agricultural processing
T C
Total per Vote and Main Division
R O O 0
30 535
12 021
41 338
(22 824)
36 964
16 151
10 358
(5 004)
15 459
6 200
4 200
500
l i ls of adjusted appropriation
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
R O O 0 R O O 0 R O O 0
22 965 5 244 2 321
12 001 2(
2 105 38 738 49!
20 000 7 138 5 700 5 900
8 859 (33 494) 1 81'
(33 494)
(9 864) 12 945 33 88:
8 095 50 8 OOt
50
(1 3 347) 328 23 37;
372
(7 520) 31 2 48!
36
2 908 1 536 I!
12 500 31
9 200 (5 000)
(5 000)
3 800 (3 300)
500 (3 800) 5 700
(5 700)
16 No. 27060 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 3 DECEMBER 2004
Act No. 27,2004 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
Title
International Co-operation and Resources ..................................................... Of which - Global Science
Science and Technology for Competitiveness ................................................ Of which - Centres of Excellence
x i a l Development m: To ensure the provision of comprehensive social protection services
against vulnerability and poverty within the constitutional and legislative framework and to create an enabling environment for sustainable development. The Department further aims to deliver integrated, sustainable and quality services in partnership with all those committed to building a caring society
Administration ...................................................................................
Social Security Policy and Planning .......................................................
Grant Systems and Administration .......................................................... Of which - Social Relief Fund
Welfare Services Transformation .........................................................
Children, Families and Youth Development .............................................
Poverty Alleviation ...........................................................................
HIV and AIDS .................................................................................... Of which - Transfers to nongovernmental organisations
Population and Development ................................................................. Of which - International Membership Fees to Regional Institute for
Population Studies
port and Recreation South Africa im: To improve the qualify 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
Administration ...................................................................................
Funding, Policy and Liaison ................................................................... Of which - South African Sports Commission - Sport Federations
Building for Sport and Recreation ............................................................ Of which Conditional Grants to Local Government - Building for Sport and Recreation
l- D rota1 per Vote
and Main Division
ROO0
1 500
50 165
41 368
1 180
7 017
600
7 992
4 670
1 787
1 535
lils of adjusted appropriation
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
R O O 0 R O O 0 R'000
12 035 (1 2 035)
(12 035)
1 500
1 500
44 649 2 826 2 69a
(1 120)
(110)
39 215
(40)
1110
7 017
(1 165)
(258)
1 12c
11c
1 368 78:
1 368
4c
7c
1 450 31 t
1 450
8 2 5C
8
4 452 2 21e
1 063 652 72
2 150 (1 500)
1 535
1 535
18 No. 27060 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. 3 DECEMBER 2004
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Title
Correctional Services Aim: TO contribute towards maintaining and protecting a just, peaceful and
Safe Society by enforcing court-imposed sentences, detaining prisoners in Safe custody, and promoting the social responsibility in, and the human development of, all prisoners and persons subject to community corrections
1 Administration ... ... ... . .. ... ... . .. ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... _.. . . , , , ... .. , ... ... ... .. ... ... , .. ., 2 Security .~ .... ... ... .. . . .. .. . .. . .,. , .. , , , ... ... , , , ... .. , . , , ... .. , , . , .. . .... .. , .. , , . , . , , , . .. ... , . . ,
Of which - Ex-service benefits
3 Corrections ... ... ... ... .. . ... .. . .. . ... . .. ... ... . . ... ... . . . ... . . . .. . .. . ... .... , . ... ... ... ... ... .. Of which - Ex-service benefits
4 Care ................................... .......................................................... Of which - Ex-service benefits
5 Development ... ... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ....... Of which -Cash Payment: Gratuities Earnings
6 After-Care ... , ..... ... ... .,. ,.. . . ... ...... ... ... ......... ... ... ..... ... ... . . . ...... ... ... .. . ... ... . 7 Facilities ... ... ...... .._... .._ ... ... , . ... ... ... .... ... ... . ... . . , ... ... .... . . ... .. . ... .
Of which - Ex-service benefits Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Capital Works
Internal Charges ... ...... ... ... ............ ........................ ..................... ............
Defence Aim: To defend and protect the Republic of South Africa. its tem'torial
integrity, and its people, in accordance with the Constitution and the principles of international law regulating the use of force
1 Administration ... ... ...... ... ...... .................. ...... ...... ...... ...... ... ......... ... .....
2 Landward Defence ...............................................................................
3 Air Defence ........................................................................................
4 Maritime Defence ...............................................................................
5 Military Health Service .........................................................................
6 Defence Intelligence ...... ... .............................. ... ... ...... ............... .. ....... 7 Joint Support ........................................ ..............................................
8 Command and Control ..........................................................................
~9 Special Defence Account ... ...... ............... ... ... ............ ... ........................ .. Of which - Special Defence Account Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Strategic procurement programme
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Total per Vote and Main Division
R'000
49 703
16 880
1 503
2 630
11 169
4 293
195
13 053
(20)
(845 507)
22 61 8
(20 047)
(3 318)
(6 332)
(332)
(1 1 000)
31 725
19 787
(878 608)
iils of adjusted appropriation
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
ROO0 R'000 r000
21 712
15 518
(1 127)
564
12 134
2 182
81 1
(7 633)
(737)
6 671
1 809
3 197
3 188
534
595
142
159
906
907
83
83
21 320
(447)
(567)
1 532
(1 107)
1 205
(61 6)
20 603
21 300
71 7 ~~~ ~~
28 401 (878608) 4 700
22 61 8
(20 047)
(3 31 8)
(6 332)
(332)
(1 1 000)
27 025
19 787
(878 608)
121 392
(1 000 000)
4 700
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L Details of Vote
Title
Independent Complalnts Directorate Aim: To investigate complaints of misconduct and criminality allegedly
committed by members of the South African Police Service and Municipal Police services, and to propose n?forms to reduce the incidence of the behaviour that gives rise to such complaints
1 Administration ....................................................................................
3 Information Management and Research ...................................................
Justice and Constitutional Development Aim: To uphold and protect the Constitution and the rule of law, and to render
accessible, fair, speedy and cost-effective admmistration of justice in the interests of a safer and more secure South Afiica
1 Administration ................................................................................... Of which - International Court for Criminal Justice
2 Court Services ..................................................................................
3 State Legal Services ...........................................................................
4 National Prosecuting Authority ..............................................................
5 Auxiliary and Associated Services ..........................................................
Safety and Security Aim: To prevent, combat and investigate crime, maintain public order, protect
and secure the inhabitants of South Africa and their property. and uphold and enforce the law
1 Administration ................................................................................... Of which -Public Sector Education and Training Authority
2 Visible Policing .................................................................................... Of which - Civil aviation
4 Crime Intelligence ..........................................................................
5 Protection and Security Services ............................................................
Agriculture Aim: To lead and support sustainable agriculture and promote rural
development through ensuring access to sufficmt. safe and nutritious food; eliminating skewed participation and inopuity in the sector; maximising growth. employment and income in ,agriculture; enhancing the sustainable management of natural agricultural resources and acological systems; ensuring effective and efficient governance; and ensuring knowledge and information management
1 Administration ...................................................................................
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Total per Vote and Main Division
ROO0
366
(366)
(8 427)
8 427
63 248
(246)
(78 539)
112 033
30 000
143 163
13 730
tails of adjusted appropriation
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
ROO0 R O O 0 ROO0
(366) 36E
366
(366)
(3 345) 354 2 931
(10 87) 69 991
823
(4) 4
8 172 255
774 (774)
(2 000) 2 000
(8 696) 8 450
0 450
(96 674)460 17675
460
109 033 3 000
13 476 20 16 504
(33 051 1 162 359 13 855
802 193 12 735
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4
5
6
7
8
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1
2
Title
Farmer Support and Development .......................................................... Of which - Kalahari East Water Board - Mankwe Financial Services Cooperative - Qudeni Financial Services Cooperative - Nkandla Financial Services Cooperative - Ngavuma Financial Services Cooperative Conditional Grants to Provinces -Agricultural Disaster Management (Drought Relief)
Agricultural Trade and Business Development .......................................... Of which - National Red Meat Producers Organisation - Cotton Industry - Fruit Industry - Poultry Industry
Economic Research and Analysis ........................................................... Of which - International Conference of Agricultural Economists
Agricultural Production .......................................................................... Of which - Agricultural Research Council
Sustainable Resources Management and Use ........................................... Of which - Food and Trees for Africa -Water Research Commission Conditional Grants to Provinces - Land Care programme
National Regulatory Services .............................................................. Of which - Eskom - Porcine respiratory and reproductive syndrome - SA Wine and Vine Association -Avian influenza
Communication and Information Management ..................................... Of which - Public Service Education and Training Authority - Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations - International Dairy Federation -Consultative Group on International Agricullural Research
Programme Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation .....................................
:ornmunications ,im: To formulate policy and ensure its implementation for the
telecommunications. postal and broadcasting services, and to control transfers to the South African Post Office, the South African Broadcasting Corporation, the lndependent Communications Authority of South Africa, the National Nectronic Media Institute of South Africa and the Universal Service Agency
Administration ...................................................................................
Telecommunications Policy .................................................................. Of which - Sector Education and Training Authority - "Multi-Purpose'' Community Centres - .za Domain Name Authority
rota1 per Vote and Main Division
ROO0
100 336
(4 21 8)
1 161
4 654
(4 872)
27 841
5 508
(977
804 71:
1 45,
5 001
ails of adjusted appropriation
Transfers Capital Payments Payments
R O O 0 ROO0 R O O 0
104
(5 545)
971
685
(21 927)
(9 358)
2 192
(975)
100 232
19 30 6
12 10
100 000
1 327
185 645 250 250
128
131
3 880
3 751
18 125
80 500
16 700
35 960
29 2 000
284 33 000
2 516
361 1 394
20 110
(2)
62
89
(1 070)
1 239
80C
1 454
26 181 (2 181) (19 OOC
(1 720) (2 000)
1 500
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Title
Postal Services .................................................................................. Of which - South African Post Office Limited: Extension of services - South African Post Office: Recapitalisation
Multi-Media Services Policy ................................................................... Of which - South African Broadcasting Corporation: Public Broadcaster - Community Radio Stations - South African Broadcasting Corporation: Programme Production
- Independent Communications Authority of South Africa Auxiliary and Associated Services ...........................................................
nvironmental Affairs and Tourism im: To lead and support environmental management and tourism in the
interest of sustainable development for all
Administration ...................................................................................
Environmental Quality and Protection ............................................. Of which - Section 21 Company: Plastic Bags
Marine and Coastal Management ............................................................
Tourism ............................................................................................
Biodiversity and Conservation ................................................................ Of which - National Botanical Institute -South African National Biodiversity Institute - Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park Authority
Auxiliary and Associated Services .......................................................... Of which -Coastal Management, Tourism Infrastructure. Tourism
Product Development, Waste Management, Biodiversity and Conservation
lousing ,im: TO determine, finance, promote, co-ordinate, communicate and monitor
the implementation of policy for housing and human Settlement
Administration ...................................................................................
Policy Planning and Research ................................................................
, Programme Management ..................................................................... Of which - Phasing out of Subsidy Programmes
I Housing Sector Performance ................................................................. Of which - Servcon - Social Housing Foundation
i Housing Equity, ...................................................................................
i Housing Development Funding ..............................................................
7- c 'otal per Vote
and Main Division
R'000
745 ooa
53 01 7
246
28 861
13 199
(9 151)
(1 5 3001
(3401
(30 2041
70 657
(22 160:
12 44i
(10 500
6 69:
(2 000
(28 800
lils of adjusted appropriation
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
ROO0 R O O 0 R O O 0
2 928 74207
(7 950) 750 000
37 528 14 989 500
(9 540) 7 036
(28 500)
45 981
246
6 380 (7 400) 29 873
20 185 (6 986)
(1 151) (8 000)
(8 000)
(1 5 300)
(340)
(804) (29 400)
(76 912) 46 91 2
600
3 798 30 000 36 859
30 000
(25 916) 2 788 968
I1 768 67s
(4) 4
(7 359) (3 300) 155
(3 300)
479 6 088 12€
1 388 4 700
(2 000)
(28 800)
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Act No. 27,2004 ADJUSlMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
Title
and Affairs im: To provide an equitable and sustainable land dispensation that
promotes social and economic development
Administration .................................................................................. Of which - Bursaries and retirement benefits
Surveys and Mapping .......................................................................... Of which - Bursaries and retirement benefits
Cadastral Surveys .............................................................................. Of which - Bursaries and retirement benefits
Restitution .......................................................................................... Of which - Restitution Grants
Land Reform ....................................................................................... Of which - Bursaries and retirement benefits - Employee Social Benefits - Land Reform Grants - KwaZulu-Natal lngonyama Trust Board Conditional Grants to Provinces -Alexandra Urban Renewal Project
1 Spatial Planning and information ............................................................
. Auxiliary and Associated Servirzs .......................................................... Of which - Public Sector Education and Training Authority
llnerals and Energy lim: To formulate and implement an overall minemls and energy policy in
order to ensure the optimum ufilisation of mineral 8nd energy reSOUrCeS
I Administration ...................................................................................
promotion of Mine Health and Safety .......................................................
3 Mineral Development ............................................................................
1 Energy Management ............................................................................
5 Associated Services ............................................................................ Of which Conditional Grants to Local Government - Integrated National Electrification Programme
D
rota1 per Vote and Main Division
R O O 0
243 730
26 109
831
(1 672)
201 606
27 754
(1 0 898)
10 649
7 920
900
1 445
(2 772)
3 156
~ils of adjusted appropriation
Current Capital Payments TransferP ym nts
ROO0 ROO0 ROO0
(4 877)
23 41 9
(723)
(4 448)
(3 434)
(12 199)
(492)
(7 000)
243 653
543
543
1 944
1 938
45
48
205 040
205 000
37 379
13 3
31 081 7
6 250
(1 298)
(1 298)
4 954
2 147
(390)
2 731
2 574
492
(2 600)
6 968 3 114 501
7 395 18 507
900
1 445
(2 772)
3 156
3 156
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Act No. 27,2004 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
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Title
rade and Industry im: To lead and facilitate access to sustainable economic activity and
employment for all South Africans through its understanding of the economy, its knowledge of economic opportunities and potential and its anticipation of the future. The department also aims to catalyse economic transformation and development; and toprovide a predictable. competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment for investment, enterprise and trade, for economic citizens. In this way the department will contribute towam's achieving government's vision of an adaptive economy characterised by accelerated economic growth, employment creation and greater equity by 2014
Administration ... ... .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. ... ... . .. .. . . . . ... ... ... . . . .. . ... ... . .. . .. .. . ... . . . . .. ... .. . .. Of which - Sector Education and Training Authority
International Trade and Economic Development ...... .. . .. ... ._. . .. ...... ...... ... ...
Enterprise and Industry Development ......... ... ...... .., ... ... ..... . ...... ..... ... ... ... Of which - National Research Foundation: Technology and Human - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Aerospace - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: National - South African National Accreditation System -Council for scientific Industrial Research: National Measuring
Standards - National Research Foundation: Centres of Excellence Programme
- Ntsika Enterprise Promotion Agency - Development Bank of Southern Africa: Community Public
Research for Industry Programme
Venture Capital
Industry Support Initiative
Cleaner Production Centre
Private Partnership
Consumer and Corporate Regulation ...... ... .............. ... ... ......... ........... ... ... Of which - National Gambling Board - Companies and Intellectual Property Registration Office
I The Enterprise Organisation ...... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... .." ... ....... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. Of which -Small and Medium Manufacturing Development Programme - Manufacturing Development Programme Incentives - Critical Infrastructure Programme:
East London Development Corporation Richards Bay Development Corporation Other Critical Infrastructure Programme Projects
- Competitiveness Fund - Enterprise Development - Export Market and Investment Assistance - Black Business Supplier Development Programme - Pebble Bed Modular Reactor
; Trade and Investment South Africa .._...... . ... . .. .. ... ... ... ....... ... ..... . .. Of which -Youth Internship Programme - Export Credit Insurance Corporation -Trade and Investment South Africa - Aichi Exposition 2005 - Industrial Development Corporation: South African Capital
Goods Feasibility Study Fund
7 Marketing .., ... ... ...... ........_... . ... ... ... ... ....... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Of which - 2010 FlFA Soccer World Cup Bid
C
Total per Vote and Main Division
R O O 0
774 868
22 442
2 500
166 876
(27 581)
643 467
(77 8361
45 OO(
15 378 762 222
23 129 74
74
2 500
12 555 154 301
4 000
(1 0 000)
300
500 500
2 000
1 001 1 000
5 000
(26 506)
4 800 (4 800)
3 219 641 164
(70 000) (12 000)
5 602 33 133
(40 550) (25 000) 148 833 (8 900) 10 000
600 000
(19 519) (58 317)
3 883 (100 000)
10 800 19 000
8 000
20 000 25 000
25 000
:ils of adjusted appropriation
Current Transfers Capital Payments Payments
ROO0 r000 r000
(2 732)
(76 11
2c
(1 075
(916
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Act No. 27,2004 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
Details of Vote
33 Transport Aim: TO establish a national transport system that enables national,
PrOVinCial and local provision of efficient, affordable and fully integrated infraStrUCtUre and services that best meet the needs of transport users and Promote economic and social development while being environmentally and economically sustainable
1 Administration ................................................................................... Of which - University of Pretoria, Natal, Stellenbosch and
Rand Afrikaans University
3 Land Transport Regulation and Safety ..................................................... Of which - Membership fees: SADC
5 Aviation and Maritime Transport ............................................................
6 Public Transport Operations .................................................................. Of which - Bus subsidies -South African Rail Commuter Corporation -Taxi: Santaco
7 Transport Planning ......................................................................... Of which - National Land Transport Transition Act
8 Road Traffic Infringements .....................................................................
34 Water Affairs and Forestry Aim: To ensure the availability and supply of water at a national level to
facilitate equitable and sustainable social and economic development; ensure the universal and efficient supply of water services at local level; and promote the sustainable management of forests
1 AdminisIration ...................................................................................
2 Water Resource Management ............................................................... Of which -Water Trading Account
3 Water Services .............................................................................. Of which - Augmentatlon of the Water Trading Account Conditional Grants to Local Government - Implementation of Water Services Projects
4 Forestry ....................................................................................... Of which Transfers - Industrial Plantation Trading Account - Claims against state: Yorkor Claim
TOTAL
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'otal per Vote and Main Division
R O O 0
10 127
1 800
a 387
8 935
(12 116)
2 149
972
520 968
29 272
225 21 1
173 32d
93 154
3 240 81:
i ls of adjusted appropriation
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
R O O 0 ROO0 R O O 0
16 474 (7 367) 1 020
1 800
7 317 800 270
800
a 935
(12 116)
14 700 (30 000)
3 184
2 149
2 149
972
242 073 2 8895
29 279
147 041 78 170
78 170
25 753 147 571
90 528
57 043
40 000 53 154
15 154 38 000
494 749 2 619 320 228 5 4 :