Adjustments Appropriation Act

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Adjustments Appropriation Act [No. 21 of 2005]


Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Vol. 485 Cape Town 30 November 2005 No. 28284
THE PRESIDENCY No. 1155 30 November 2005
It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 21 of 2005: Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2005.

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Act No. 21,2005 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPUTION ACT, 2005
(English text signed by the President.) (Assented to 28 November 2005.)
ACT To appropriate adjusted amounts of money for the requirements of the State in respect of the financial year ending 31 March 2006.
E IT ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, as B foii0Ws:- Appropriation of adjusted amounts of money for requirements of State
1. Subject to the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999), there are hereby appropriated out of the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State in respect of the financial year ending on 31 March 2006 the adjusted amounts of money shown in the Schedule.
5
Short title
2. This Act is called the Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2005.
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Act No. 21,2005 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
1 The Presidency Aim: To provide leadership in the development and management of ihe strategic
agenda of government
................................... 1 Administration .............. ...................
2 Support Services to the President and Deputy President .................................. Of which - lsigodlo Trust -Africa Institute of South Africa
4 Cabinet Office ..................................... .......................
5 Policy Co-ordination ................. ................................................
2 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 and to provide Members of Parliament with the necessaty facilities
1 Administration ...................................... ...............................
2 Members' Facilities .................................................. ......................
3 Associated Services ................................... .................................. Of which - International associations - Constituency allowance
3 Foreign Affairs Aim: To formulate, co-ordinate, implement and manage South Africa's foreign
policy and international relations programmes throughout the wodd
1 Administration ............... ........................................
2 Foreign Relations ...................................... .....................
3 Public Diplomacy and Protocol ............................
......
............................. Of which - Municipal rates and taxes
4 International Transfers.. ............................................ Of which - Humanitarian Aid
SCHEDULE
rl0. TRle
3 000
6 000
(3 000)
Details of adjustments appropriation
(I 5oa
(1 50(
Capital
Division R'000 R'000
(4 843)
(8 043)
3 285
(85)
98 695
31 661
36 672
22 362
8 000
29 173 (345) (33 671
15 797 (260) (23 58C
13 376 (10 091
(85)
250 (335)
75 242 24 086 (63:
7 102 356 24 20
58 135 4 007 (25 47C
10 005 11 723 63
7 528
8 000
8 000
(2 105)
1 020
(1 20)
(3 000)
(5)
6 605
480
6 120
3 000 3 000
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(71 618)
60 OOO
De4alls of Vote
Title
81 373 1313 (15
7 200 60 000
60 000
m e Affairs lm: To protect and regulate the interests of the inhabitants of the Republic of
South Africa, in respect of their individual status, identity and specific dghts and powers, and to promote a supporting service to this effect
Administration ............................................
Delivery of Services ......................................
Auxiliary and Associated Services ....................................................
......................
Of which - Independent Electoral Commission
ovlncial and Local Government in: To develop and promote a national system of integrated and w-operative
governance, and to support provincial and local government
379 650
4 300
(1 5 w
(300)
23 190
(2 500)
351 700
4 760
Administration .......................................................................................... Of which - Glenrand M.I.B. Insurance
90 185
Governance, Policy and Research ...............................................................
Urban and Rural Development ............................................................
111 791 (21 788)
Systems and Capacity Building ............................................................ Of which - Disaster management - SA Red Cross Society
Free Basic Services and Infrastructure ..........................................................
57 587
(6 183)
'rovincial and Local Government Transfers .................................................... Of which Conditional Grants to Provinces - Disaster Relief Grant Conditional Grants to Local Government - Disaster Relief Grant
43 315 (208)
50
30 768 (21 634)
(22 000)
Fiscal Transfers.. ........................................................................................ Of which - Municipal Demarcation Board
ubllc Works im: To provide and manage the accommodation, housing, land and infiastructure
needs of national depattments, to w-ordinate the National Expanded Public Works Programme, and to optimise growth, employment and transformation in the construction and property industries
Administration ......................................................................................... Of which - Glenrand M.I.B. Insurance
Provision of Land and Accommodation ......................................................... Of which - Rates on state properties
~~ -~~ Detalls of adjustments appropriation
T o w Per vote current Capi Transfers
Payments I ROO0 R O O 0
59 750 152 034
19 921
3 327
(1 466)
(1 80)
17 540
(2 500)
3 200
359 031
121
121
5 950
1 950 4 000
351 700
40 700
311 000
1 260
1 260
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No.
Details of Vote I
Title
3 National Public Works Programme .......................................................... Of which - COnStrUCtiOn Industry Development Board
4 Auxiliary and Associated Services ............................................................
Total per Vote and Main Division
Current Payments
Capital Pavments
(2 942) 70 2 8i
(1 352) 29 2 69 1 368
12 12
(898) (910) 1:
(41) 41
(482) (651) 16C
Aim: To promote economic development, good governance, social progress anc rising living standards through the accountable, economic, efficient, equitable and sustainable management of public finances I
(99 939) 272 956 9 070
17251 54 9 840 1' Administration .........................................................................................
7
2 Economic Planning and Budget Management ............................................... Of which I
Government Communications and Information System Aim: To provide a comprehensive communication service on behalf of governms
to facilitate the involvement of the majority of South Africans in governanc reconstruction and development, nation-building and reconciliation
1 Administration .................................... .............................................
2 Policy and Research .............................................................. ...........
3 Government and Media Liaison ................................................................
4 Provincial and Local Liaison .....................................................................
5 COmmunication Service Agency ...............................................
National Treasurv 182 087
27 145
18 188
(1 8 879)
14 277
(27 644)
(98 000)
267 000
I
R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
- University of Cape Town - Centre for Development and Enterprises
3 Asset and Liability Management ..................................................................
4 Financial Management and Systems
5 Financial Accounting and Reporting
7 Civil and Military Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits ................
, , , , , , , , , . , , . . , , , . , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ..............
8 Fiscal Transfers ..................................................... .............................. Of which - Development Bank of Southern Africa -Secret Services Account
54 3 38 397 I 38 781
12 453 5 735
5 000 500
(19 547) 46 62
14 068 73 13
(26 164) 48 (1 52t
(98 000)
267 000
10 000 250 000 7 000
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Details of Vote
No. Title
9 Public Enterprlses Aim: To provide an enhanced state-owned enterprises (SOE) shareholder
management system, including restructuring, to support promoting economic efficiency for a better life for South Africans
1 Administration ..................................................................
2 Analysis and Risk Management ...................
3 Governance and Policy ...................................... ....
4 Corporate Strategy and Structure ..................................
5 Corporate Finance and Transactions.. ....
..............
...............................
.........
....................
..................................... Of which - Khulisa Trust - Alexkor
10 Public Service and Administration Aim: To lead the modernisation of the public service by assisting government
depaltments to implement their management policies, systems and structural solutions, within a generally applicable framework of norms and standards, in order to improve service delivery
1 Administration ..................................... ...........................
2 Integrated Human Resources ..........................................................
3 Information and Technology Management ......................... ..................
4 Service Delivery Improvement ........................................
5 Public Sector Anti-Corruption ......................... ..................................
6 International and African Affairs ...... ....................................................
11 Public Service Commission Aim: To promote the constitutional values and principles of public administration in
the public service
............................................... ....................
- International Personnel Management Association - Commonwealth Association for Public Administration
and Management
2 investigations and Human Resource Reviews .............................
3 Monitoring and Evaluation .......................
...........
..........................
12 South African Management Development institute Aim: TO provide practical, client-driven, organisational development interventions
that lead to improved performance and service delivery in the public sector
........................................................................
2 Public Sector Organisational and Staff Development .....
Act No. 21,2005 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
670
4 707
(91 1
1 543
(1 772)
(3 717)
19 545
2 888 (2 218)
4 562 27
(81 ) (10)
1 605 (16)
(1 794)
(1 404) (2 21 9)
(2 000) (219)
18 653 58
Details of adjustments appropriation
7 679
(3 610)
(4 000)
7 620
2 800
9 056
4 056
7 647
(4 065)
(4 000)
7 215 31
2 800
9 056
4 037 19
27
48861 4 002 21
12
9
(1 906) (1 903) (3)
1076 I 1058 1 I
(1 190) (3) 1
(1 660) (1 657)
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Title
Act No. 21,2005 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
rota1 per Vote and Main Division
I
Capital Current Payments
Transfers Pa,ents ~.
ROO0
26 167
(661 )
33 642
8 462
(6 300)
(8 976)
26 245
4 500
2 736
(4 500)
23 509
216 126
(22 660)
ROO0 R'000 ROW
14 817 325 11 02
(5 162) (11) 4 51
28 283 367 4 99
8 471 (9)
(6 291) (9)
(10484) (1 3) 1 52
2 736 23 509
4 500
2 736
(4 500)
23 509
21 804 1104 601
45 432 200 926 (30 232
2 837 63 (25 56C
13
14
Details of adjustments appropriatlon
Statistics South Africa Aim: To provide a relevant and accurate body of statistics on the dynamics in the
economy and society through the application of internationally acclaimed practices
1 Administration .. .......................
2 Economic Statistics ...................................................................................
3 Population and Social Statistics .........................................
4 Quality and Integration ............. ...........................................................
5 Statistical Support and Informatics ...............................................................
Artsand Culture Aim: To devetop and preserve South African culture to ensure social cohesion and
nation-building
1 Administration ..................................... ......................................
2 Arts and Culture in Society .........................................................................
3 National Language Service .......................
5 Heritage Promotion .............................. Of which - Freedom Park: Pretoria - Promotion of Heritage - Capital Works
15 Education Aim: To develop, maintain and support a South African education and training
system for the 21st century
1 Administration ......................................................................................... Of which - Education, Training and Development Practice Sector
Education and Training Authority
2 Planning and Monitoring ...........................................................................
3 General Education .................................
4 Further Education and Training .............................. .......
5 Quality Promotion and Development ............................................................ Of which Conditional Grants to Provinces - National School Nutrition Programme Grant
6 Higher Education .... ...........
7 Auxiliary and Associated Services ................................................................ Of which - Commonweaith of Learning - India-Brazil-South Africa Commission
22 448
12 075
199 754
(1 410)
515
21 869 97 48,
18 837 110 (6 872
(1 909) 200 014 1 64
200 000
(1 335) 4 (7!
(1 77) 632
300 31 0
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Details of Vote
Title
health 4im: 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
I Administration ................................................. .........................
? Strategic Health Programmes ...... ....................... Of which - SADC Regional HIV and Aids Trust Fund Conditional Grants to Provinces - Comprehensive HIV and Aids Grant
3 Health Service Delivery. ............................ ............... Of which - National Health Laboratory Services - Medico Legal Conditional Grants to Provinces - Hospital Revitalisation Grant - Forensic Pathology Services Grant
4 Human Resources ................................................. ...................
Labour Aim: To play a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and inequality,
through policies and programmes developed in consultation with role- players, aimed at improved economic efficiency and productivity, skills development and employment creation, sound labour relations, eliminating inequality and discrimination in the workplace, alleviating poverty in the workplace, as well as to play a significant role in enhancing employment, and protecting and enhancing worker rights and benefits
1 Administration ..................................... ......................
? Service Delivery ........ ..................................................................
3 Employment and Skills Development Services and Human Resources Development. ...........................................
t Labour Policy and Labour Market Programmes .................... ......... Of which - Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration - International Labour Organisation - South African Youth Council
5 Social Insurance ......... .......................................... ............. Of which - Unemployment Insurance Fund -Compensation Fund
- D
rota1 per Vote and Main Division
R O O 0
127 626
(925
39 63;
91 61;
(2 700
(5 239
(35 602
31 39(
(4 600
16 99:
(13 426
iils of adjustments appropriation
Current Capital Transfers Pawen
R'000 R'000 ROO0
Payments
14 896 103 063 9
(4 483) 235 3
23 797 16 000
1000
15 000
(1 718) 86 828 6
5 306 (90 100)
78 000 93 606
(2 700)
61 302 (8 697) (57
(943) (34
56911 29 (25
(6 854) 2
12 188 4 700
10 000 (6 252) 1 000
(13 426)
(6 999) (6 427)
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40.
18
Details of Vote
Title
Social Development Aim: To ensure the provision of comprehensive social protection services against
vulnerability and poverty within the constitutional and legislative framework, and 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
1 Administration ........................................... , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . , , , I , , , . . , , , , . , , , , , , , , , , , 2 Social Security Policy and Planning ...
3 Grant Systems and Service Delivery Assurance .........
........................
........................... Of which - Disaster Relief Fund
4 Social Assistance ............... ......................................................... Of which - South African Social Security Agency
5 Welfare Services Transformation ....... ........................................
6 Children, Families and Youth Development ............................. .............
........................................ ......................
Details of adjustments appropriation
90 906
2 906
78 000
2 000
6 000
2 000
Transfers Capital Payments Division
19
Of which - Transfers to Non-Governmental Organisations
9 Population and Development .... .........................................
Sport and Recreation South Africa Aim: To improve the quality of life of all South Africans by promoting participation
in sport and recreation in the country, and through the participation of South African sportspersons and teams in international sporting events
1 Administration ...................... ...............................................
2 Client Support Services ................................................... Of which - Sport Federations - South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee
3 Mass Participation.. ............................................
4 Liaison and Information Services
............
....................................................... Of which - Development Bank of Southern Africa
36 706
(770)
2 796
46 000
(20 000)
1 569
5 940
(829)
2 000
254 160
42 800
32 000
32 000
10 000
10 000
800
800
11 220 242 940
11 40
7;
1'
10 O(
4:
f
L
10 600
1 440
(2 41 1)
244 531
10 600
1 440
(7 360) 8 800
(2 41 1)
3 031 241 500
241 500
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211 050
3 665
(63 310)
(6 377)
7 038
6 289
(4 045)
7 402
16 928
243 460
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Details of Vote
Title
Correctional Services 4im: To contribute towards maintaining and protecting a just, peaceful and safe
society, by enforcing court-imposed sentences, detaining inmates in safe custody, whilst maintaining their human dignity and developing their sense 01 social responsibility and promoting the general development of all inmates and persons subject to community corrections
I Administration ........................................
? Security ........................
3 Corrections ............................................
I Care ......................................... ........................................
i Development ..............
i After-Care ..... ...................................................................
..................................
..............................
Facilities .................................................................... ................. Of which Specifically and exclusively appropriated -Capital Works
nternal Charges ..........................................................................................
)efence Vm: To defend and protect the Republic of South Africa, its territorial integrity and
its people, in accordance with the Constitution and the principles of international law regulating the use of force
Administration ..........................................................................................
! Landward Defence ...................................................... .............
I Air Defence ..................................... ...................................
. Maritime Defence ..........................................................
, Military Health Support .............................................
1 Defence Intelligence ................. .....................................
Joint Support ................. ......................................................... Of which - Armaments Corporation of South Africa Ltd
Force Employment ................................................................................... Of which Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Peace support operations
Special Defence Account ............................................................................ Of which -Special Defence Account
Total per Vote
Division
Capital Payments Transfers
Fro00 Fro00 R'000
90 135
13 920
(201 682)
127 743
6 544
16 369
(28 357)
62 529
93 069
1 997
(202 155)
127 652
7 293
15 070
(27 581)
(206)
92 421
1 1 92
31 1 16
29 6
(74s
1146 15
(474) (302
69 62 66
62 66
64, I
(76 561) 287 61 1
3 665
(63 310)
(6 377)
7 038
6 289
(4 045)
(36 749) 44 151
44 151
16 928
21 439
243 460
243 460
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Details of Vote
Title
independent Complaints 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 make appropriate reactive and proactive recommendations to reduce the incidence of the behaviour that gives rise to such complaints
1 Administration ..........................................................................................
2 Investigation of Complaints .........................................................................
3 Information Management and Research .........................................................
Justice and Constltutional Development Aim: To uphold and protect the Constitution and the rule of law, and to render the
accessible, fair, speedy and cost-effective administration of justice in the interests of a safer and more secure South Africa
I Administration ..................... .....................
2 Court Services ..............................................................
3 State Legal Services ................ Of which - United Nations Institution for Unification of Private Law
t National Prosecuting Authority ...............................................
5 Auxiliary and Associated Services
Safety and Security 4im: To prevent, combat and investigate crime, maintain public order, protect and
secure the inhabitants of South Africa and their properly, and uphold and enforce the law
I Administration .................... ............................................................
? Visible Policing .........................................................................................
I Crime Intelligence .................................. ......
i Protection and Security Services ..................................................................
DI Total per Vote
and Main Division ROO0
1 304
(1 017:
(287)
113 672
8 496
24 672
(1 496)
82 000
23 509
222 983
(298 240)
21 739
77 027
ills of adjustments appropriation
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
R O O 0 ROO0 ROO0
(1 304) 1 30
I 30.
(I 017)
(287)
68 516 1511 43 64
16 721 3 (8 228
(37 904) (31 1 62 60'
(2 301) 1539 (734
1 504
82 000
10 000 (10 000
(116 993) 35 140 46:
113662 109 32'
(288 321) (9 919
12 332 9 40;
45 334 35 31 65t
a
c
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Details of Vote
Title
griculture im: To lead and support sustainable agriculture and promote rural development
through ensuring access to sufficient, safe and nutritious M; eliminating skewed participation and inequity in the sector; maximising growth, employment and income in agriculture; enhancing the sustainable management of natural agricultural resources and ecological systems; ensuring effective and efficient governance; and ensuring knowledge and infomation management
Administration .........................................................................................
Farmer Support and Development ............................................................... Of which - Land and Agricultural Bank of SA - Eskom -World Food Programme Conditional Grant to Provinces - Agricultural Disaster Management Grant
Agricultural Trade and Business Development ............................................... Of which - National Agricultural Marketing Council - Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment
Programme for Agriculture (AgriBEE)
Economic Research and Analysis .................................................................
Agricultural Production.. .............................................................................. Of which -Agricultural Research Council - Water Research Commission - SA Poultry Association - National Red Meat Producers Organisation
Sustainable Resources Management and Use ................................................ Of which -Water Research Commission
National Regulatory Sewices ....................................................................... Of which - Eskom - Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome -Classical Swine Fever
Communication and Information Management ............................................... Of which - Office International des Epizooties - International Seed Testing Association - International Grains Council - Plant Genetic Resources Centre - Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations - International Commission of Agricultural Engineering - Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research - Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International - Regional Early Warning Unit for Food Security - Regional Food Security Training Programme - National Student Financial Aid Scheme - International Cotton Advisory Council - Foreign rates and taxes
Programme Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation ............................................
I Total per Vot,
and Main Division R O O 0
283 03
(1 67(
250 74
(27 74;
(2 11(
8 50
(1 381
31 62
25 05
nile of adjustments appropriatlon
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
ROO0 R'000 R'000
(13 136)
(2 430)
(3 246)
(3 064)
(2 492)
1 459
(1 4 823)
(7 302)
18 801
(39)
280 553
14
253 995
(6 000) 8
140 000
120 000
(25 140)
863
(26 OM))
(3)
6 597
5 750 250 300 300
2 193
1 878
37 351
30 3 000 34 270
5 547
10 (25) (15)
(407)
(1 20) (82)
(382) (232) 2 000
138 150
1 468 3 038
(1)
15 61
74
45
38
44
11 2l
155
7c
4
.. ,
i
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14 180
2 833
13 361
20 246
16 200
(35 065)
(3 395)
Details of Vote
1 Administration .............................................................................
2 Strategic Policy &-ordination and Integration .................................................
.....................................................................
rican Post Office Limited: Public Internet Terminals - South African Post Office Limited: Extension of Services - Information System, Electronics and Communication - South African Broadcasting Corporation:
- South African Broadcasting Corporation: Community Radio Stations
Programme Production
I Finance and Shareholder Management .............................................. Of which - Sentech
Title
30 196
12 250
(1 550)
(6 41 4)
14 764
9 146
2 000
Communications 4im: To develop Information and Communication Technology policies and
legislation that stimulate and enhance the sustainable economic development of the South African Ist and 2nd economy and positively impact on the social wellbeing of all our people and to exercise oversight on the State-Owned Entities
14 000 10 910 5 28
18 250 (6 000)
(6 000)
6 450 (8 000)
(8 000)
(1 1 500) 5 08
(1 200) 15 764 20
15 764
9 146
3 646 5 500
2 000
i Innovative Applications and Research ........................................................... Of which - Multi-Purpose Community Centre - South African Broadcasting Corporation:
- South African Broadcasting Corporation: Radio Stations
Production
5 Presidential National Commission .................................................................
Environmental Affairs and Tourism 4im: To lead sustainable development of our environment and tourism for a better
life for all
I Administration ......................... ..................................... Of which - Global Environmental Fund
? Environmental Quality and Protection ............................................................ Of which - Buyisa e-Bag
i Marine and Coastal Management .......
I Tourism .................................................................................
.......................
Of which - South African Tourism
i Biodiversity and Conservation ....................................... ...................... Of which - South African National Parks - South African National Biodiversity Institute
Social Responsibility and Projects ...............................................................
Details of adjustments appropriation
Capital rota1 per Vote Transfers Division Payments
31 460
2 813
13 161
(1 509)
1 1 200
9 190
(3 395)
(17 500) 21
2
2c
21 755
(1 0 000)
(1 000) (8 500)
10 255
31 000
5 000
5 000
(44 255)
(3 000)
(10 255)
(31 000)
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73 960
6 500
40 960
(3 500)
30 000
15 604
73 732
9 245
(1 500)
(65 399)
(474)
134 786
100
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2 024 69 996 1 94
5 068 36 1 39
(407) 40
(20) 2
1 000 39 960
(22 000) 23 500 2 460 36 000
(3 500)
(117) 30 000 1 1
30 000
42 079 (66 379) 39 90
45 422 12 28 291
681 64 8 501
(2) 2 (1 50C
16 550 (1 7 000) 451
(1 7 000)
(1 8 838) (49 457) 2 891
(49 467)
(1 260) 126
(474)
10 414 116 372
(40) 140
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Details of Vote
Title
Housing Aim: To determine, finance, promote, co-ordinate, communicate and monitor the
implementation of policy for housing and human settlements
1 Administration ..........................................................................................
2 Policy Planning and Research .....................................................................
3 Programme Management ..........................................................................
4 Housing Sector Performance ...................................................................... Of which - Servcon Housing Solutions - National Urban Reconstruction and Housing Agency - Social Housing Foundation - Thubelisha Homes
5 Housing Equity .........................................................................................
6 Housing Development Funding ................................................................... Of which - Thubelisha Homes-Emergency Housing
Land Affairs Aim: To provide an equitable and sustainable land dispensation that promotes'
social and economic development
1 Administration ................
2 Surveys and Mapping .......................................................................
3 Cadastral Surveys ....................................................................................
................................................................................ Of which - Restitution Grants
5 Land Reform ............................................................................................ Of which -Land Reform Grants
5 Spatial Planning and Information ..................................................................
7 Auxiliary and Associated Services ................................................................
Minerals and Energy Aim: To formulate and implement an overall minerals and energy poky in order to
ensure the optimum utilisation of minerals and energy resources
I Administration .......................................................................................... Of which - South African Women in Mining - Ticor SA Ltd - children's conference
? Promotion of Mine Safety and Health ............................................................
Details of adjustments appropriation
Capital Transfers Payments
Division
3 104 3 104
100 30
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20 000 5 000
5 000
~~ ~~
Details of Vote
55 297
2 743
(2 743)
454
Title
55 132
5 030 50 267
1393 1350
1350
(2 743)
(2 743)
454
Mineral Development ................................................................................. Of which - Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa - Council for Geoscience (Small-Scale Mining)
Hydrocarbons and Energy Planning .............................................................. Of which - Renewable energy subsidy scheme - Energy Research Centre (University of Cape Town)
Electricity and Nuclear ................................................................................ Of which - Electricity Distribution Industry Holdings Company (Regional Electricity Distribution)
Associated Services ............................................................................... Of which - SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd Activities - Non-grid electrification service providers Conditional Grant to Local Government - Integrated National Electrification Programme
icience and Technology Lim: To realise the full potential of science and technology in social and economic
development, through h e development of human resources, research and innovation
I Administration ......................................................................................... Of which - Technology Top 100 Awards
? Science and Technology Expert Services ........................................................ Of which - Grant-in-Aid to various Institutions
3 International Co-operation and Resources ........................................................ Of which -Africa Institute of South Africa
0 Frontier Science and Technology ..................................................................... Of which - Innovation Fund - Frontier Science and Technology - Science and Youth - National Research Foundation
5 Government Sectoral Programmes and Co-ordination ...................................... Of which -Technology Planning and Diffusion - Technology for Sustainable Livelihoods - Human Science Research Council - NECSA-Fluoro Chemicals
Detalls of adjustments appropriation
Capital Transfers Pa,ents
(20 565) 20 565
4 500 1 00
106 632 106 632
56 500 (5 000)
22 50f
454
22 508
(20 000) 20 000 (2 000) 24 508
(27 037) 23 400 12 335 20 000
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'rade and Industry lim: To lead and facilitate access to sustainable economic activity and
employment for all South Africans through its understanding of the economy, its knowledge of economic opportunities and potential, and its anticipation of the future. The Department also aims to catalyse economic transformation and development, and to provide a predictable, competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment for investment, enterprise and trade for economic citizens. In this way the Department will contribute towards achieving government's vision of an adaptive and restructured economy, characterised by accelerated economic growth, employment creation and greater equity by2014
Administration .......................................................................................... Of which - Diplomacy, Intelligence, Defence and Trade Education and
Training Authority
! International Trade and Economic Development .............................. Of which - Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons - Development Bank of Southern Africa: Regional Spatial
Development Initiatives - ProTechnik Laboratories
I Enterprise and Industry Development ............................................. Of which - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: National
- South African National Accreditation System - Khula -South African Bureau of Standards - Small Business
- South African Micro Apex Fund - Small Enterprise Development Agency - United Nations Industrial Development Organisation -Development Bank of Southern Africa: Community Public
- National Co-operatives Association of South Africa - South African Women Entrepreneurs' Network - Co-operative Incentive Scheme
for Women in Business
Cleaner Production Centre
Technical Consulting
Private Partnership
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.....
...........
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Consumer and Corporate Regulation ............................................................ Of which -Consumer Awards - Companies and Intellectual Property Registration Office
Details of adjustments appropriation
rota1 per Vote Current Capital Transfers Payments a ~ ~ i ~ ~ ~ Payments ~.
R O O 0 R'000 R'000 R'000
54 599 770 479
40 180 15
4 185
1 1 804
3 944
(17)
11 722
9 956 2 520
12 654
(4 500)
320 1 599 29 883
(1 599)
(2 100)
(1 0 000) (3 709) 2 000
1
(50 000) 50 000
(1 960)
142 (2 108)
6 01
5 81
1E
(45:
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- Total per vc
and Main Division R'000 -
Details of Vote I
764 0
(21 287
307
Title
5 The EnhPrise Organisation ... ... ... . .... ... . . . . . . . . . . . ... .. . . .. . . , , . . . . . . , . . . . . . . , . . . . . .. . . . . . Of which - Small and Medium Manufacturing Development Programme - Manufacturing Development Programme Incentives - Enterprise Development - Critical Infrastructure Programme: - Coega Development Corporation - East London Development Corporation - Other Critical Infrastructure Programme Projects
- Industrial Development Zones - Business Process Outsourcinc
427 495
(2 100)
15 284
22 537
245 923
145 851
- South African Capital Goods Feasibility - Study Fund - Pebble Bed Modular Reactor - Competitiveness Fund - Sector Partnership Fund - Black Business Supplier Development Programme - Staple Food Fortification Programme
6 Trade and Investment South Africa ..... . . . . . . . . . . . .. .... . . .. . ... ... . . . . . , . . . . . . .. . . . . .. .... . . , .. I Of which - Export Credit Insurance Corporation - Youth Internship Programme - National Automotive Industry Development - Industrial Development Corporation: South African Capital
- Aichi Exposition -Trade and Investment South Africa
Goods Feasibility Study Fund
7 Marketing .... . ..... . ...... ............................................................ .................. ..
Transport Aim: To establish a national transport system that enables national, provincial and
local provision of efficient, affordable and fully integrated infrastructure and sewices that best meet the needs of transport users and promote economic and social development while being environmentally and economically sustainable
1 Administration ..........................................................................................
2 Transport Policy and Regional Integration.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . , . ... . , . . . . . ... . . ... .. . . .. . ..... . . , 3 Transport RegUlatiOn and Public Entity Oversight . . . . . .. . ... . . .. . .. .. . . . .. . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . ..
Of which - Road Traffic Management Corporation
Of which Conditional Grants to Local Government - Public Transport Infrastructure and Systems Fund
4 Integrated Planning and Intersphere Co-ordination.. . .. . . .. . . .. . . . ... . . . . . . . ... . . . . . .. .. . .
'tails of adjustments appropriation I
Current Capital Payments I Payments ~ransfers
R'000 R'000 R'000
6 384
(13 697)
1 799
757 61 6
(1 00 800) (15 000) 251 800
35 475 7 934 44 154 (11 000) (20 000)
(47 000)
5 000 580 000
(1 3 000) 20 000 20 000
(9 576) 1
(25 432) 700
1000
(1 ) 1 1 207 3 000
390 261 4: 33 021
(2 100)
15 284
19 837 2 700
2 685
241 710 4 21
241 710
145 851 - Bus subsidies - South African Rail Commuter Corporation I
I I
19 230 126 621
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370 224
87 583
256 287
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Act No. 21,2005 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
159 635 76 766 141 82
87 583
51 133 198 309 6 84
Details of Vote
(8
42 354
4 251 011
Title
(3 454) (138 624) 134 07
(1 38 679)
138 67
24 373 17 081 90
16 981
729947 3277043 244 02
Water Affairs and Forestry Aim: To ensure the availability and supply of water at national level to facilitate
equitable and sustainable social and economic development; ensure the universal and efficient supply of water services at local level; and promote the sustainable management of forests
1 Administration ..........................................................................................
2 Water Resource Management ............................................... Of which - Water Trading Account - Financial assistance to small-scale farmers - Financial assistance iro dam safety
3 Water Services .... ..................................................................... Of which Conditional Grants to Local Government - Implementation of Water Services Projects Grant Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Implementation of Water Services Projects
1 Forest ..................................................................................
- SAFCOL
Details of adjustments approprlatlon
Capital Transfers Payments
Division