Appropriation Act

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Appropriation Act [No.4 of 2005]


Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Vol. 480 Cape Town 22 June 2005 No. 27703
THE PRESIDENCY No. 600 22 June 2005
It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 4 of 2005: Appropriation Act, 2005


2 No. 27703 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JUNE 2005
Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT. 2005
(English text signed by the President.) (Assented to 18 June 2005.)
ACT To appropriate 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 fOii0w~:- Appropriation of 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 31 March 2006 the amounts of money for the indicated budget votes, main divisions and purposes listed in the Schedule.
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Short title
2. This Act is called the Appropriation Act, 2005,
4 No. 27703 GOVERNMENT G A m , 22 JUNE 2005
Communications ..................................................................................... Provide communications, reseanh and infomation services to enable The Presidency to communicate effectively with the public and within government
Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
Current Capital payments Transfers Payments
ROO0 ROO0 R000
188 986 19 222 5 2!
SCHEDULE
103 504
le Presidency m: To provide leadership in the development and management of the strategic
agenda of government
066 10
Administration ................................................................................... Render affective and efficient administration to The Presidency towards the achievement of leadership, development and management of the strategic agenda of government
000
25 5
Support Services to the President and Deputy President ............................... Provide planning end strategic cooloination of the services to the political principals in their execufive responsiBilities
of which -South African Chapter on the African Renaissance
Cabinet mice ....................................................................................... Provide strategic and administrative services to enable Cabinet to plan, decide on and ensure .%e implementation of the agenda of govamment
Policy Coordination ................................................................................ Provide policy advice, monitoring and evaluation services to enable The presidency, Cabinet and government to plan, coordinate and ensure the implementation of govemmenf's programmes
National Youth Ccinrnission ...................................................................... Transfer voted funds so as to enable the National Youth Commission to fulfill its mendate
offwtrich - National Youth Commission
Idlament n: To provide the supporl services required by Parliament to fulfill its
mstitutional functions, to assist political patties represented in Padiament to secure administrative support and service constituents and to provide Members of Parliament with the necessary facilities
Administration ................................................................................... Manage the Parliamentery Service, provide procedural and legal advice and support fa Parliament, facilitate public involvement in parliamentary processes. facilitafe Parliament% legislative and oversight processes and provide institufional suppod and wrporate services
Uembers' Facilities ..... Provide telephone, fund medical aid Members
............................................................................. travel and other facilities to Members of Parliament and conlributions and travel facilities for cedain fomer
Of which Spedfically and exdusively appropriated - Panned
Associated Services ............................................................................. Pmride financial Support to political parties represented in Parliament and pay membership fees to certain inter-parliamentary bodies
Of Which - International associations - Polical party support -Constituency allowance -Party leadership support
R000
213 U
96 o(
37 1(
1341
21 0
27 0
17 9(
677 25
401 83
179 li
96 24
90 920
36 003
13 338
21 793
26 932
13 1
32 E
17 983
17 983
360 065 925 4084;
167 691 11 48
16 890
96 246
793 31 608 60 041 3 474
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Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
,reign Affairs m: To formulate, coordinate, implement and manage South Africa's foreign
policy and international relations programmes throughout the world
Administration ................................................................................... Conduct the overall poky development and management of the Depadmnt
Foreign Relations .................................................................. P m t e relations with foreign countries and padidpate wganisations and institutions, in pursuit of South Africa's national values and foreign policy objectives
Public Diplomacy and .................. prwnofe an unde ally, of South Afiica's d e and position in international relations, and provide protocol services
International Transfers.. .............................................................................. Provide for the payment of membership fees to international oganisations
Of which -United Nations: Membership Fees -United Nations Development Programme - Humanitarian Aid -African Union -Commonwealth: Membership Fees - Southern African Development Community: Membership -Bureau of International Exposition: Membership Fees -African, Caribbean and Pacific: Membership Fees -Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty -Bacterial and Toxic Weapons Convention - Sou# Centre -Indian Ocean Rim Research Centre: Witwatersrand - Perrez-Guenero Trust Fund - New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad) - United Nations Development Programme: Loarl Office Costs -Other International Organisations - Human Resources -African Renaissance Fund - Maritime Law Institute: Universily of Cape Town
FeeS
secondment
,me Affairs m: To pmfecl 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
Administration ........................................... Provide for the overall management of inforation systems suppod to line function
Delivery of Services.. ................................................................... Deliver core sew Department through the provision of services to citizens by granting rights and powers to members of the population, and contrdlng immigration accOmhg to South Africa's skills and investment needs
Of which -Advances to RSA Citizens
Auxiliary and Associated Services ...... Provide support to the film and Publication Board, Government Printing Works and Independent Electoral Commission (IEC). and provide for the upgrading and maintenance of buildings and accommodation, as well as purchase vehicles for depadmental use
Ofwhich -Film and Publication Board - Government Printing Works - Independent Electoral Commission
Current Capit Payments
2 595 071
456 549
1 699 874
90118
348 530
2972711 1299059 894215 779
355897 284451 764 70
1642306 1014608 2230 625
138
974 508 891 221 83
6 774 189
884 258
2 014 234
306 676
1 618 919
88 639
348 927
76
208
113
348 530
8oOOo 950
13 000 eoooo 7000
12 665 25
2 200 4 986
414 loo0
120 50
30 OOO go00
7000 100 OW
120
231
149
80
1
8 No. 27703 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JUNE 2005
15 580 777
80 774
25 541
9 253
67 949
39 727
15 279 502
78 031
Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
5 554 051
272 002
Provincial and Local Government 9im: To develop and promote a national system of integrated and cooperative
governance, and to support provincial and local government
3 502 017 998 405 1 053 62:
229 305 697 4200C
1 Administration ................................................................................... Provide for the management, leadership and administration of the Deparfment
E Governance, Policy and Research .............................................................. Provide policy advice and research support for the development and monitoring of intergovernmental relations and the performance of provincial government, provincial-municipal relations, integrated development planning, local economic development, the institutions of traditional leadership, and international and donor relations
3 Urban and Rural Development ................................................................ Manage, co-ordinate, monitor and measure the effectiveness of the integrated implementation of the Urban Renewal Programme (URP) and the Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Programme (ISRDP) across all spheres of government and propose strategies far improvement
I Systems and Capacity Building ............................................................. Provide capacity-building and support programmes to local government. Provide a national disaster management centre. Promote intergovernmental fiscal relations
i Free Basic Services and Infrastmcture ......................................................... Strengthen service delivery capacity for local government to enable municipalities to meet their constitutional mandate by increasing access to basic services including free basic services for all communities
i Provincial and Local Government Transfers ................................................... Provide for conditional grants to the provincial and local spheres of government that are directly administered by the department
Of which -Local Government Equitable Share Conditional Grants to Local Government - Municipal Systems Improvement Grant - Municipal Infrastructure Grant
Fiscal Transfe rs... ..................................................................................... Provide for financial transfers to various authorities and institutions in t e n s of the relevant legislation or founding agreements
Of which -South African Local Government Association - Municipal Infrastructure Investment Unit - Municipal Demarcation Board -Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights
-South African Cities Network of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities
‘ublic Works im: To provide and manage the accommodation, housing, land and
infrastructure needs of national deparfments, to coordinate the National Expanded Public Works Programme, and to optimise growth, employment and transfonnation in the construction and propern industries
Administration .................................................................................. Provide for the leadership and overall management of the Department
Transfers
ROO0 ROO0 ROO0
Current Payments
229018 15345969
71 036 137
25410 56
9 115 18
66 524 84
39 017 57
15 279 502
9643341
200 000 5436 161
11 916 66 115
10 385 11 234 23 699
11 286 1 500
5 7s
3 6C
7
12
134
65
10 No. 27703 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JUNE 2005
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- Loskop settlement
Government Communications and Information System Aim: To provide a comprehensive communication service on behalf of
government to facilitate the involvement of the majom of South Africans in governance, reconstruction and development, nation-building and reconciliation
1 Administration ................................................................................... Responsible for the overall management of Government Communications
2 Policy and Research ................. ............................................ Conduct communication res provide communication advice on government's programme of action and monitor the development and implementation of government programmes from a communications perspective
3 Government and Media Liaison , , Promote c w r d i n a t n and in and provide a professional service to the media
............................................... communication across government
4 Provincial and Local Liaison ..................................................... ... Suppod the provision of a development communication service and partners Provincial and local government in extending the government's information structure, and facilitate the establishment of muni purpose community centres to bring services and information closer to the people, particulady the disadvantaged
5 Communication Service Agency .................... Provide core communication services to Government Communications and other government departments, in-house and through outsourcing
6 International Marketing and Media Development ............................................ Markets South Africa internationally and promotes development and diversity in the South African media
Of which - International Marketing Council - Media Development and Diversity Agency
ROO0
5 181 5
82 6'
18 a
249 13
55 42
10 36.
16 8a
36 68
53 58
76 26!
Transfers p:;:: Current Payments
R O O 0 ROO0 ROOC
3222327 947487 1011
946 603
48 182 34 328
31 295 3 000
2 203 15 893
1 725 1516
12 651 1
170 351 76 469
54 528 65
10 350 14
16 662 32
36 300 62
52 51 1 27
76 269
69 269 7 000
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Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
Current Capital Payments Payments
ational Treasury im: To promote economic development, good governance, social progress and
rising living standards thivugh the accountable, economic. efficient, equitable and sustainable management ofpublic finances
Administration . ............................................... Provide s service to the management and staff of the National Treasury
ment and value added administrative
Of which - Finance, Accounting. Management, Consulting and other Financial Services Sector Education and Training Authority
Economic Planning and Budget Management ........ ....... Provide professional advice and suppori to e on economic and fiscal po/icy, international financial relations, financial regulations, tax policy, intergovernmental financial relations, public finance development. Manage the annual budget process
Of which - Project Development Facility: Trading Acmunt
Asset and Liability Management ......................... Manage govemment’s financial assets and liabi/ities
Financial Management and Systems Manage and regulate government’s supply-chain pmcesses, implements end maintains standardised financial systems, and co-ordinates the implementation of the Public Finance Management Act and dated capacity- building initiatives
Financial Accounting and Reporting ...... Set new and improve existing acco re compliance with Standards of Generally Recognlsed Accounting Practices (GRAP), prepare consolidated financial statements and improve fhe efficiency of financial reporthg in the public service
Of which - Accounting Standards Board - Auditor-General
Provincial and Local Government Transfers ................................... Menage the condilional grants to the provincial and local spheres of government
OF which CondYional Grant to Provinces -Provincial Infrastructure Grant Conditi ial Grants to Local Government - Local Government Restructuring - Local Government Financial Management Grant: - Local Government Financial Management Grant: Municipalities
Development Bank of Southern Africa
Civil and Military Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits ............... Provide for pension and post-retirement medical-benefit obligations to former employees of state departments and bodies, and for similar benefns for retired members of the military
Of which -Civil Pensions - United Kingdom Tax - Miiilaty Pensions - SA Legion
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ROO0
13 990 71
11 1 8
151 7t
49 72
281 9s
85 65
4 279 51
2 178 8(
- ~-
R O O 0 ROO0 ROO0
2 074 879
108 055
143 682
49 237
278 779
63 076
1 432 050
11 903 138
284
140
6 059
6 000
7
21
19 041
4 733 14 302
4 279 513
3 730 773
350 000
132 500
66 240
746 755
601 581 3 080
142 038 58
12 6f
3 4i
2 0:
41
3 19
3 51
14 No. 27703 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JUNE 2005
6 851 458
Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
6 851 458 3 Fiscal Transfers ...................................................................................... Transfer funds to other governments, public authorities and institutions in terms of the appropriate legislation, provisions governing the financial relations between Government and the particular, authonty or institution, including international development institutions of which Government is a member
of which -Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland -Development Bank of Southern Africa -African Development Bank - South African Revenue Service - Financial and Fiscal Commission -Secret Services Account - Financial Intelligence Centre - Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation
91 983
36 679
8 063
11 771
11 064
24 406
aublic Enterprises 9im: 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
167 726
39 721
I Administration. ............................................ n and management of the Ministry
and the Department
? Analysis and Risk Management ............................................................. Provide in-depth analysis of the macro impact, the operations and financial performance of SOEs and systematicaJJy manage risks arising from the business of SOEs
i Governance and Policy .......................... ....................... Provide clear SOE mandates and en systems, compliance and performance with government policy objectives
OEs governance
163 971 361 3 39d
37 208 76 2 43;
I Corporate Strategy and Structure. ................................................................ Provide shareholder direction of SOEs strategies and corporate structures to optimise their contribution to competitiveness, economic growth and development
i Corporate Finance and Transactions ...................................................... Oversee and manage SOEs corporate finance and legal structures, including lransactions such as Initial Public Offerings (JPOs). joint ventures, public private partnerships (PPPs)
Of which - Diabo Trust - Khulisa Trust - Alexkor
’ublic Service and Administration lim: To lead the modemisation of the public service by assisting government
departments to implement their management policies, systems and structural solutions, within a generally applicable framework of norms and standards, in order to improve service delivery
Administration ................................................................................... Provide for the leadership and overall management of the Department
Of which -Commonwealth Association for Public Administration
and Management
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
276 500 40 000
154 316 4 254 302
19 660 2 060 063
23 617 3 000
72 698
36 476
0 005
11 534
11 014
5 669
18 758
46
28
27
20
18 637
3 152 2 474
I3 000
52
15
3
21
3
101
6
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' Integrated Human Resources ..................................................................... Develop and establish human resource management, and facilitate capacity- building in the public service through negotiations and related interventions
Information and Technology Management .......... Ensure the effective use of information and government, and facilitate the use of information technology for the modernisation of government and the establishment of e-govemment practices within an acceptable information security environment
OF which - State Information Technology Agency
Service Delivety Improvement .............................................................. Engage in supportive interventions and partnerships, which improve efficiency and effectiveness and innovative learning and knowledge-based modes and practices of service delivery in the public service
Of which -Centre for Training and Research in Administration
for Development
Public Sector Anti-Corruption ..................................................................... Establish strategies to fight corruption and enhance ethical conduct and practices in the public sector
...... and
public administration through implementing global and continental programmes and projects for improving governance and public administration
Of which - International Institute of Administrative Services - International Personnel Management Association - Commonwealth Association for Public Administration -African Association for Public Administration and
- Centre for Training and Research in Administratian
and Management
Management
for Development
Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation ........ Establish a system for planning, monitoring and evaluation that will enable accountability in the transformation of the public sector
ubllc Service Commission im: To promote the constitutional values and principles of public administration
in the public service
Administratin ................................................................................... Manage and organise the Office of the Public Service Commission
Investigations and Human Resource Reviews ................................................ Enable the Commission to undertake labour relations and management improvement, audits and investigations into public administration practices, to promote anticorruption practices. and to review the implementation of human resource policies in the public service
Monitoring and Evaluation .......................................................................... Establish a high standard of public service leadership, goo4 governance and improved service delivery through public participation
ROO0
57 5E
22 71
38 50
3 09
356
2 56'
82 051
35 29t
25 39:
21 356
Current Capitr Payments Paymei
ROO0 R O O 0 ROOC
57 169 72
22 370 16
2
38 231 37
3 093
3 346
4
4
149
19 4
23
14
a4
2 554 7
80 138 183 1 ;
33 489 80 1;
25 337 56
21 312 47
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Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
~ t h African Management Development Institute m: To provide practical, client-driven, organisational development interventions
that lead to improved pedormance and service delivery in the public sector
Administration ................................................................................... Facilitate the overall management of SAMDl and provide support services h r its organisational functions
Public Sector Organisational and Staff Development ...................................... Render an administration function to the Training Trading Account, and serve to augment the trading entity
Of which -Augmentation of Training Trading Account
atistics South Africa m: To provide a relevant and accurate body of statistics on the dynamics in the
economy and society through the application of internationally acclaimed practices
Administration ...................... ................................ Provide sound infrastructure and support that enables Stats SA to achieve its mandate
Economic Statist ............ Produce eco
Population and Social Statistics ........ ................................... Produce population and social statistics to meet user requirements
Quality and Integration .............................................................................. Provide expertise on quality and methodology for official statistics. build the national statistics system, compile national accounts and analyse statistical data
Statistical Support and Informatics ............................................................... Promote and provide better access to official statistics by optimising the management of information in the production and use of official statistics
ts and Culture n: To develop and preserve South African culture to ensure social cohesion
and nation-building
Administration ................................................................................... Conduct the overall menagernent of the Depatiment, and provide centralised suppod services
Arts and Culture in Society ......................................................................... Develop and promote arts and culture in South Africa and mainstream its role in social development
Of which -State Theatre
- Playhouse Company -Performing Arts Centre of the Free State - Market Theatre - Windybrow Theatre - KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra - Cape Philhamnic Orchestra - Gauteng Orchestra - Business Arts South Africa -National Arts Council - Financial Assistance Projects
- Artscape
ROO0
57 01
28 4:
28 54
691 25
145 96
126 37
267 95
38 32
11264
1 082 69!
51 69!
197 94.
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payment!
ROO0 R'000 R O O 0
30 996 24 788 1 2'
27 209 27 1 21
3 787 24 761
24 754
664 092 935 262:
136 860 225 8 8;
123 037 208 3 1;
210 11 1: 256 588
37 311 78 9:
110 296 214 2 1:
168770 909 567 4 36
49 290 94 2 31
20 550 24 434 20 042 16 930 11 030 4 699 3 180 3 180 3 180 4 349
47 894 23 750
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R O O 0
67
165 I
526
72 7d
12 397 06
11986!
39 51C
'ote
National Language Service ................................................................... Develop and promote the official languages of South Africa and enhance , linguistic diversity of the country
Of which - Pan South African Language Board - Financial Assistance Projects
4 Cultural Development and International Cwoperation .................................. Improve economic and other development opportunities for South Afric Arts and Culture nationally and globally through mutually benefic partnerships, thereby ensuring the sustainability of the sector
Of which -National Film and Video Foundation - Cultural Industries - Investing in Culture Programme - Promote Arts and Culture Internationally
5 Heritage Promotion ............................................................................... Develop and monitor the implementation of policy, legislation and strateg direction for the identification, conservation and promotion of cultur heritage
Of which -National Heritage Council - Northern Flagship Institutions - lziko Museum of Cape Town - Natal Museum: Pietermaritzburg - National Museum: Bloemfontein - Die Afrikaense Tealmuseum : Paari -The National English Literary Museum: Grahamstown - Voortrekker Museum : Pietermaritzburg -War Museum of the Boer Republics: Bloemfontein - Robben Island Museum: Cape Town -William Humphreys Art Gallery: Kimberley - Engelenburg House Art Collection: Pretoria - Nelson Mandela Museum: Umtata - Constitutional Hill: Johannesburg -Albert Luthuli Project - Khoi-San Project - Freedom Park: Pretoria - Transformation for Heritage Institutions -South African Heritage Resources Agency - Promotion of Heritage -South African Geographical Names Council - Capital Works
Natlonal Archives. Records, Meta-information and Heraldic Services .. Guide. sustain and develop the archival, heraldic and information resources of the nation to ampower citizens through full and open access to these rewurces
Of which -National Library -South African Library for the Blind - South African Blind Workers Organisation - Financial Assistance Projects
lucatlon n: TO develop. maintain and support a South African education and training
system for the 21st century
Capita I 2;2::s Transfers Paymen R O O 0 ROO0 ROO0
4dministration ................................................................................... Provide for policy fonnulation and the overall management of the Department
38 375 Of which - Education, Training and Development Practice Sector
Education and Training Authority
463 424 11 889 082 44 558
91 699 218 27948
36 100 31 017
26 976 4 000
20380 145295
24 609 36 200 74 700 9 766
18000 508337
17 400 34 247 34 160 7 526
15 869 1 854 3 914 5 968 3 795
63 008 2 576
171 7 962
1 3 758 1169
36 002 15 122 24 298 29 341 4 500
195 681
30 500 41 590
I
2:
65C
30 527 6 699 2 123 2 189
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General Education .................................................................................. Manage the development, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of national policy, programmes and systems for general education
Of which -Guidance, Counselling and Youth Development Centre for
Conditional Grant to Provinces - HIV and AIDS (Life Skills Education) Grant
Africa: Malawi
Further Education and Training ................................................................... Provide strategic direction to the further education and training sector. Manage the planning, development, evaluation and maintenance of national policy, programmes and systems for further education and training, including national assessment and qual@ assurance systems
Of which - South African Qualifications Authority - Umalusi
Quality Promotion and Development .................. Provide leadership for the development of programmes in suppofl of 9ualrfY education across the system
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces -National School Nutrition Programme Grant
Higher Education ................................................................................... Provide strategic direction and develop policy and regulatory frameworks for an effective and efficient higher education system that contributes to fulfilling South Africa's human resources, research and knowledge needs
Of which - Higher Education Institutions - National Student Financial Aid Scheme -Council on Higher Education - Fulbright Commission
Auxiliaty and Associated Services ............................................................... Coordinate and promote effective communication, liaison, international relations, and national and provincial cooperative governance in education
Of which - United Nations Educational. Scientific and -Commonwealth of Learning -Association for the Development of Education in Africa
Cultural Organisation
ealth im: 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
Administration ................................................................................... Provide for the overall management of the Department, and provide strategic planning, legislative and communication services and centralised administrative support
R O O 0
230 8f
211 9c
953 8C
10 809 56
31 52
9 825 23
136 57
Capital z;znL Transfers Payment! ROO0 ROO0 ROO0
94 052
158 173
40 998
17 192
22 935
136 480
100
136 293
39 860
32 067 7 690
912 196
912 151
10 792 021
9 899 491 864 092 26 648
1 753
8 251
7 200 1 000
10
3
13 8
6'
3!
3:
699810 9097514 2191
127 409 181 8 ge
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Strategic Health Programmes ................................................................... Costdinate a range of strategic national health programmes through the development of policies, systems and monitoring; and manage and fund key programmes
Of which - Maternal, Child and Women's Health (Non-Governmental - HIV and AIDS (Non-Governmental Organisations) - Tuberculosis (Non-Governmental Organisations) - Compensation Fund -South African AIDS Vaccine Initiative - Life Line - LoveLife - Soul City Conditional Grants to Provinces - Integrated Nutrition Programme Grant -Comprehensive HIV and AIDS Grant
Organisations)
Health Service Delivery ............................................................................ Support the delivery of services, primarily in the provincial and local spheres of government
Of which -Council for the Blind -National Health Laboratory Services - Health Promotion: Non-Governmental Organisations - Environmental Health - Medico Legal -Medical Research Council -Health Systems Trust - National Health Laboratoly Services (cancer register) - Mental Health (Non-Governmental Organisations) - Medical Schemes Council -South African Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use - South African Federation for Mental Health Conditional Grants to Provinces - Hospital Revitalisation Grant -National Tertiary Services Grant -Health Professions Training and Development Grant - Hospital Management and Quality Improvement Grant
Human Resources ............................................................................ Develop and assist provinces to implement a comprehensive national human resource plan which will ensure and equitable distribution of health human resources
abour im: 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 povedy in the workplace, as well as to play a significant role in enhancing employment, and protecting and enhancing worker rights and benefits
Administration ................................................................................... Conduct the overall management of the Department and provide support and advisory services
Service Delivery ............................................................................................ Protect the health and safety of workers, and implement and enforce Department of Labour policies M which -South African National Council for the Blind -Deaf Federation of South Africa -National Council for the Physically Disabled
R O O 0
1 772 93
7 855 49
60 23
I 313 9r
274 28:
539 27!
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
R O O 0 R O O 0 ROO0
394 927 1 372 859
422 49 745 2 968 5 000
10 000 15 000 23 000 8 000
123 392 1 135 108
118 173 7 724 425
449 54 910
800 78
90 100 164 304
2 247 322 356
3 003 130 200
1 027 427 4 709 386 1520 180
150 342
59 301 49
5 1.
12 9(
8i
891 039 350368 7 2 5
236 262 167 378:
504 275 1517 334E
214 140 172
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Payments Transfers Payments
R O O 0 R O O 0 R O O 0 R O O 0 3 Employment and Skills Development Services and
Human Resources Development ......................................................... Achieve the strategic objectives and equity targets of the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) 20052010 and contribute to the achievement of the strategic objectives of the National Human Resources Development Strateav
147 179
II
Of which - National Skills Fund -National Productivity Institute
330
22 4
4 Labour Policy and Labour Market Programmes ................................................ Establish an equitable and sound labour relations environment ar internationel relations, through research, analysis and evaluation of laboc policy and providing data and statistics on the labour market, includin providing sup# to the institutions that promote social dialogue (th COmmiSsiofl for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) and th National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac))
56 549 1;
98 04
15 27
145 97:
Of which -Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration - Development Institute for Training, Support and
- Subsidised Work-Centres for the Disabled - National Economic Development and Labour Council - Subsidised Workshops for the Blind - International Labour Organisation -African Regional Labour Advisory Council
Education for Labour
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5 Social Insurance .......................................................................................... Provide for administrative and other support services to the Unemploymen, Insurance Fund (UIF) and the Cornpansation Fund, and manage government's contributions to the activities of these funds
Of which - Unemployment Insurance Fund -Compensation Fund
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 ................................................................................... Provide for policy formulation by the Ministry and top management, and for overall management and support services to the Department ,-.,-dement, and for nent
2 Social Security Policy and Planning .......................................................... Develop, co-ordinate and facilitate the implementation of policias and strategies, and facilitate financial planning for social security in line with the national macro-economic goals and developmental objectives
Of which - International Social Security Association Membership Fees
3 Grant Systems and Service Delivery Assurance ............................................. Design operational systems to ensure that services are provided to social assistance and disaster relief beneficiaries; and to monitor and evaluate service delivery, compliance and to minimisa fraud and assess the impact of policies
Of which - Disaster Relief Fund -Social Relief Fund Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Walvis Bay Project
I
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40 251 23 934
68298 261 892 f
187 945
8 912 34 866 11 551 6 328 9 500 2 652
22 427
7 000 15 427
432 763
95 142
56 111 169
141
14 445
130 186
51 1
498
15 049
10 000 5 000
5 266
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Of which - International Membership Fees to Regional Institute for
Population Studies
Sport and Recreation South Africa Aim: To improve the quality of life of all South Africans by promoting participation
in sport and fecreatbn in We countty, and through the participation of South African spodspersons and teams in international sporting events
1 Administration ........................ ............................................... Provide for the management of Spoil and Recreation South Africa
Of which -Tourism, Hospitality and Sport Sector Education
and Training Authonty
ROO0
55 517 0
20 5
17 9s
535 84
185 57
12 89
203 621
54 191
Capil Payme
R000 ROO0 ROO
z;rLk Transfers 111 2a5
14 320
17 709
26 152
10 985
12 539
55 405 372
52 023 31 3 3 382 055
5 919
15 14 24 7
1124 4 719
113
90
509 499
121 482
388 000
174 399
36 000
138 391
166
145
112 584 86 032 51
49 700 82 4r
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80 059 ! Clint SuppMt Services . supporl recognised recreation sawce ploviders through dspertmental subsidies and services that will support bmad-bawd participation and the development of the talent for mobility into competitive high performance spod
........................
of which -South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport - Boxing Soulh Africa - Sport Federations - Health Systems Trust: LoveL~e games
3 Mass Participation ................... Contribute towards a participation programmes in conjunction with the provinces, local authorities, national federations and Other service providers
Of which Conditional Grant lo Provinces -Mass Sport and Recreation Palticipatm Programme Grant
I Liaison and Information Services ................................................................ Create a conducive environment for the development of sport and recreation in swth Africa through enhancing mutually beneficial inter- and intra- government relations. cu-ordinating research, developing appropriata policies and providing support for the h d i n g of major events
Current
ROOO ROOO ROO1
Payments ~ransfers 2;:;
18 008 61 931
:orrectional Services 9lm: To contribute towards maintaining and protecting e just, peaceful and safe
society, by enforcing court-imped sentences, detaining inmates in safe custody, whils! maintaining their human dgniiy and develwing their sense of social responsiMfy and promoting the general development of all inmates and persons subject to community corrections
9 234 085
2 504 748
3 513 119
498 582
932 824
398 881
I Administration .................................................................................. Provide admfiistrative, management, financial, information communication technology, and good governance support funczions necessary for all secvice delivety by the Department and in suppod of the functions of the Ministry
of which - Police Private Security Legal and Corredional se~ices
Training Authority
! security ................................................................................................. Pm'de safe and healthy conditions for all persons incarcerated, condifmns with human dignify, and thereby provide secunly for personnel and the public
I Corrections ................................................ Provide needs-based conectional sentence plans, based on the assessment of SBCurily risk and criminal profile of individuals targeting all elements assoCiated with Me offending behaviours, end focusing on the offence for which a person is sentenced to mmun i f y cormciional supewision, remand in corecibnal centre or pamled
I Care ...................................................................................................... Provide needs-based care programmes aimed at the maintenance of the well-being ofincamritedpersons entrusted to the Department's care
i Development.. ......................................................................................... Provide needs-based personal developmenf services to all offenders
50 27
4 800 1 700
40 424 15 OOO
25 995 24 008
24 000
11
7 858 725
2 394 644
3 550 058
495 129
916 092
365 317
38 124
9 092
2 890
7 861
1 382
726
16 070
1 337
101
5
21
16 I
17 1
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4fter-Care. ......................................................................................... Provide services focused on the offenders' preparatmn for release, effective supervision affer release and the facilitation of their social reintegration into their respective communities
Facilities.. .............................................................................................. Provide facilities that are conducive to safe custody, humane conditions, provisbn of corrective services, care and development and general administration
of which Specifically and exclusively appropriated -Capital Works
ernal Charges ............................................ ............ .......
ifence I): To defend and protect the Republic of South Africa, its ternloriel integtity and
its people, in accordance with the Constitution and the principles of international law regulating the use of force
Administration ................................................................................... Conduct the policy development, management and administration of the Department
Landward Defence .................................................................................. Provide prepared and supported landward defence Capabilities for the defence and protection of South Africa
Air Defence ........................................................................................... Provide prepared and supported air defence capabilities for the defence and protection of South Africa
Maritime Defence .................................................. ...... Provide prepered and supported maritime defence c defence and protection of South Africa
Military Health Support ........ ........ Provide prepared and supported medical combat support elements and services
Defence Intelligence . , . .................................................................
.....................................
of which - St Johns Ambulance Brigade - Medical Fund -Part Time Force Council - Defenw, Intelligence, Diplomacy and Trade Education
and Training Authority -Armaments Corporation of South Africa Ltd
Force Employment ............................................................................. Provide an operational capability to successfully conduct all operations, joint and multinatmnal military exercises as well as the management of defence capabilities
of which Specibl ly and exclusively appropriated - Peace support operations
Special Defence Account ........................................................................... Provide for special defence activities and purchases
of which - Special Defence Account
Current Capital
341 693 337435 2 698 15
295 1208: 1704803 495912
(14 71
22 459 432
681 396
3 575 142
2 395 243
1 211 774
1 577 578
148 786
2 490 426
1 363 706
9 015 379
12 837 175
673 319
3 561 133
2366484
1186204
1541 687
144 479
2 059 156
1 304 713
769 785
9 357 388
968
6 259
2 482
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328 043
40 275
2 596
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15 559
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Current Capil Payments Payme
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15 267 71
Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT. 2005
5 072 061
380 783
2 264 905
315 320
1 272 810
Independent Complaints Directorate 4im: To investigate complaints of misconduct and criminality allegedly committed
by members of the South Ahican Police Service and Municipal Police Services and to make appropriate reactive and proactive recommendations to reduce the incidence of the behaviour that gives rise to such complaints
I Administration ................................................................................... Provide for the overall management, policy development and wenisation of the Independent Complaints Directorate. in line with government prescripts and policy
Of which - Police. Private Security, Legal and Correctional Services
Education and Training Authority
2 Investgation of Complaints ....................................................................... lnves~gate deaths in police custody and as a resuit of police action, and any Complaints of misconduct, criminality end comption allegedly committed by a police officer
3 Information Management and Research .................... Receive, register and process complaints of misconduct, criminality and comption by a police officer as well as notifications of @ice-related deaths. Monitor the implementation of the Domestic Violence Act (1 f6 of 1998) by the South African Police Service and Municipal Police Services. Manage all information, and recommend solutions to inherent policing problems
lustice and Constitutlonal Development aim: To uphold and protect the Constitution end the rule of law, and to render the
accessible, fairs speedy and cost-effective administration of justice in the interests of a safer and more secure South Ahica
I Administration ................................................................................... Manage the Department, develop strategies and policies. and do research, including improving legislation and making amendments to the Constitution
Of which -Contribution to Skills Fund
? Court Sewices .................................................................................. Provide and manage efficient court facilities, and facilitate the resolution of criminal, civil and family law matters in South Africa
Of which Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Capital Works
1 State Lagel Service ........... Pmvide legal titutional amendments th on
Of which - United Nations Institution for Unificatm of Private Law
I National Prosecuting Authority . ...................................... Provide a co-ofdinated prosecuting servicez protect certain witnesses, and investigate serious otganised unlawful conduct
3 949 180 695 622
361 818 3 646
3 286
1 906 185 3 662
304 120 3 557
2 438
I254 195 2 635
427
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355
258
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Safety and Security Aim: To prevent, combat and investigate crime, maintain public order, protect and
secure the inhabitanfs of South Africa and their properly, and uphold and enforce the law
otel
5 Auxiliary and Associated Services ............................................................. Provide a variety of auxiliaty services associated with the department's aims, and provide for transfer payments to constitutional institutions, the Legal Aid Board, the Special Investigating Unit, the Represented Political Parties' Fund and the President's Fund
Of which - South African Human Rights Commission - Commission on Gender Equality - Public Protector - Legal Aid Board - Special Investigating Unit - Represented Political Parties' Fund - President's Fund
I
Agrlculture Aim: To lead and support sustainable agriculture and promote rural development
through ensuring access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food; eliminating skewed participation and inequity in the sector; maximising growth, employment and income in agriculture; enhancing the sustainable management OF natural agricultuml resources and ecological systems; ensuring effective and efficient governance; and ensuring knowledge and information management
1 Administration ................................................................................... Provide !he Department with political and strategic leadership and management
~~ ~
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838 24:
28 456 99L
8 235 38C
13 691 87?
4 796 265
984 888
748 589
i 684 138
170 480
Current Capital Payments Payments
R'OOO R O O 0 ROO0
122862 682 122 332!
41 774 26 469 55 127
440 008 43 851 74 891
1
26 144 531
7 523 934
67 000
12 832 799
4 690 285
966 344
731 175
120 000
421 971
170 612
12 393
217 903
29 056
7 239
3 161
1 284 41
540 8:
641 17
76 92
11 3c
14 25
790689 884993 2909
151 300 823 1835
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Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
Farmer Support and Development ............................... ................. Promote stability, competitiveness, growth and t ation in the agricunuml sector by developing policies governing farmer settlement, Food security, mal development, cooperative development and agricultuml risk and disaster management
Of which - Ncera Farms (Ply) Ltd -Land and Agricultural Bank of SA Conditional Grant to Provinces - Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme Grant
Agricultural Trade and Business Development ...................... ......... Develop p0ricies governing access to national and inte and promote black economic empowerment in the sector
rkets,
Of which - National Agricultural Marketing Council - Broad-based Black Economic Empowemnt
Programme for Agriculture (AgriBEE)
Economic Research and Analysis ................................................................ Provide the necessary information for developing and moniton'ng the agricultural sectar
Agricultural Production.. ............................................................................ Promote agricultural research, productivify end sustainability as well as monitor and control genetically modified organisms
Of which -Agricultural Research Council
Sustainable Resources Management and Use .............................................. Develop, implement and monitor policies for the management and use of land and water resources in agricunure
Of which Condiiional Grant to Provinces - Land Care Programme Grant Poverty Relief and
Infrastructure Development
N a h a l Regulatory Services ...................................................................... Develop and monitor risk management policies For the confrol OF animal and plant diseases and Food safety
Communication and Information Management ............................................... Manage and cwrdinate communication, education and international relations
Of which -mice Intematiial des Epizooties - International Seed Testing Association - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - International Union for the protection of new varieties
- International Grains Council - Oftice International de le Vigne et du Vin -Plant Genetic Resources Centre - Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Na t i i s - International Commission of Agricultural Engineering -Consultalive Group on International Agricultural Research - Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International -Regional Early Warning Unit for Food Security - Regional Food Security Training Programme - Primary Agriculture Sector Education and Training Authority - National Student Financial Aid Scheme
Programme Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation
of Plants
......................... Consolidale and support strategic and operational management in the Department
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payment!
ROO0 R'OOO
476 791
95 783
25 590
407 648
177 252
230 513
92 716
7 965
74 134
51 591
24 793
52 446
134 017
222 980
71 521
7 907
402 457
2 377 150 000
250 000
44 147
13 098
31 000
797
355 202
355 152
40 393
40 000
592
20 571
512 55 95
282 132 382 407
0 735 52
3 208 206 382 252 420
5 300
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Communications Aim: To develop lnformation and Communication Technology policies and
legislation that stimulate and enhance the sustainable economic davelopmsnt of the South African 1st and 2nd economy and positively impact on the social wall being of all our people and to exercise oversight on the State Owned Entities
1 Administration ......... ..................... Provide strategic provide professional suppod and administrative services
2 Strategic Policy Cc-ordination and Integration ............................................... Give strategic direction to international relations, stakeholder relations, intergovernmental relations and empowerment
3 Policy Uni ........... .................................. Devel n and C ation Technology and re that will create optimal condifions for investment and the rollout of infrastructure and services, and contribute to nation-building and social cohesion to achieve sustainable economic development
27 Envlronmental Affairs and Tourism Aim: To lead sustainable development of our environment and tourism for a better
life for all
ROO0
1 017 50
83 50
33 34
56 48
727 37(
88 23'
28 46t
I 1 2 3 I11
143 01:
Current Capit, Payments Payme
ROO0 R O O 0 ROO1
247 141 763 882
81 258 72
32 407 29
34 186 21 331
10 000 8500
2 800
36683 669656
17 500 29 400
144 489 300 000 150 455 29 616 16 163
34 948 52 771
7 000 3 000 1 500
10 255
31 000
27 659 23
481 988 I190330 50
133 955 6 660 2
500 6 000
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Environmental Quality and Protection. .......................................................... Protect and improve the quality and safety of the environment in order to give effect to the right of all South Africans to an environment that is not harmhl to health and well-being
Of which -South African Weather Service - Buyisa *Bag
Marine and Coastal Management .............................................................. Guide the development and management of South Africa's marine and coastal environments in a way that ensures sustainability of marine resources whilst maximising the opportunities for economic endeavour, job mation and poverty eradication
Of which - Marine Living Resources Fund
.............. implement
programmes linked to the regulation, transfonnation, growth and development of the tourism industry
Of which - Swth African Tourism
Biodiversity and Conservation ........................................................ P m o t e the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources to enhance economic growth and poverty eradication
Of which -South African National Parks - South African National Biodiversity Institute - Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park Authority
Social Responsibility and Projects ............................................................. Promote p b creation through the Expanded Public Works Programme for p & c t implementation in areas such as sustainable land-based livelihoods, coast care, people and parks, growing a tourism economy and cleaning up South Africa
Of which - Expanded Public Works Programme
ousing im: To determine, finance, promote, awrdinate, communicate and monitor the
implementation of policy for housing and human settlements
Administration ..................................................... ...... Provide strategic leadership and administrative and management support services to the Department. Promote and facilitate the flow of information between the Department and its stakeholders
Policy Planning and Research .................................................................... Oevelop sound national human settlement and housing policies, supported by research and underpinned by an appropriate legislative framework
Of which -Habitat Foundation
Programme Management ...................................................................... Manage national housing and human settlement programmes to enable, support and promote the implementation of housing and human settlement ProiecfS
Of which - Finandal Institutions: First time homebuyers subsidy scheme Conditional Grant to Provinces -Human Settlement Grant and Redevelopment Grant
~ -._I... - -~ ~ . .
196442
278415
403 333
287 906
414 000
72 275
138 155
55 994
50 009
31 600
123 747
103 690 20 OD0
93 560
93 322
347011
346 969
237 202
140 187 64 869 12 111
382 150
382 104
4
5 191 ?I2 240 851 4 947 840
83 737 82 096 206
24 634 24 160 116
69
95 061 69 805 24 903
41 1
24 396 I
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5 949
4 851 724
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4 Housing Sector Performance ............................ Monitor the implementation and performance of national housing policies and programmes, evaluate and assess their impact on beneficiaries, the environment and the three spheres of Government
Of which - National Housing Finance Corporation - Sarvcon Housing Solutions -Social Housing Foundation - People's Housing Partnership Trust
5 Housing Equity .................................................................................... Eradicate discrimination and unfair practise to do with access to housing finance. by implementing and administering the Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Act (63 of 2000) (HLAMDA) and its regulations
6 Housing Development Funding ................................................................ Fund national housing programmes in terms of the Housing Act (107 of 1997)
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces -Integrated Housing and Human Settlement
Development Grant
51 097
5 648
8 045
I , 29 LandAffairs
Aim: To provide an equitable and sustainable land dispensation that promotes social and economic development
1 Administration ..... ...... .................................... Provide strate tical the form of executive and corporate services
2 Surveys and Mapping .............................................................................. Provide national mapping, aerial photography and other imagery and national control survey syslems in support of national infrastructure and sustainable development. Provide professional and technical services in support of land reform and other public services
3 Cadastral Surveys _. .................................................... urvey and cadastral spatial information Provide the con
services
4 Restitution .......... ............................................................ settlement of land restitution claims in
of the Restitution of Land Rights Act (22 of accordance with 1994). and provide sefflement support to beneficiaries
of which - Restitution Grants
............................................................................
79 100
1 55 879 18 118 5 000
9
4 843 506
4 843 480
707 380
196 803
68 857
79 200
211 350
204 241
17 994
3 058 267
579
2 158
181
2 489 367
2 488 998
564 952
555 773 954
1
8 000
1 028
1 000
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Auxiliary and Associated Services ............................................................. Take responsibility for augmenting the Registration of Deeds Trading Acwunt, acquiring vehicles for departmental use and dapartmental capital works, and providing for a contribution to Ihe Public Sector Education and Training Authority (PSETA)
Of which - Public Sector Education and Training Authority - Registration of Deeds Trading Account
linerals and Energy ,im: To fonnulate and implement an overall minerals and energy policy in order to
ensure the optimum utilisation of minerals and energy resourns
Administration ................................................................................... Provide comprehensive administrative support to the Ministry and the Department
Promotion of Mine Safety and Health ......................................................... Execute the Department's statutoty mandate to protect the health and safety of mine employees and peop/e affected by mining activities
Of tvhich - Mine Health and Safety Council
Mineral Development ............................................................................... Transfonn and promote sustainable development in the minerals and mining industry for the benefit of all South Africans
Of which - Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa
Hydrocarbons and Energy Planning ............................................................. Promota the sustainable use of energy resources through integrated energy planning and appnpriate promotion, including developing policy end regulatmns for petroleum products, coal, gas, renewable anergy and energy efticiency
Electricity and Nudear ............................................................................... Ensure that development is monitored and that policies governing the electricity and nuclear sectors are improved and implemented, and support the achievement of universal access to electricity, including by overseeing the relevant Sfate controlled entities
Associated Services ............................................................................... Provide related services in support of the Departmant's mandate through funded and non-funded statutory bodies and organisations
Of which -National Nuclear Regulator - Electricity Distribution Industry Holdings Company - Eskom: Integrated N a t i a l Electrification Programme -Assistance to Mines - Council for Mineral Technology Research - Council for Geosciences - SA Nudear Energy Corporation Ltd: Activities - SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: Decommissioning - SA Nudear Energy Corporation Ltd: Securily - SA Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd: SAFARI Reactor
- Non-grid electrification service providers Conditional Grant to Local Government - Integrated National Electrification Programme
Projects
Conversion
ROO0
10 69
2 117 58
111 36
108 531
185 1%
34 341
56 78.
1621 40!
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
ROO0 R O O 0 R O O 0
8 935 2 1 7:
1 1
462700 1647942
103 480 1313
103 768 4 396
4 I99
164 410 20 746
20 565
34 301 39
56 741 43
1621 405
5 417 59 240 783 469 35 225 108 880 86 078 157 566
21 730 9 000
12 Mx) 84 800
258 OW
6 %
6 57
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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 an, innovation
1 Administration ................................................................................... Provide core support services, including finance, human resources, leg6 sewlces, information technology, as well as managing the governance ant reporting system for government funded science and technolwy in genera and the DST institutions and programmes in particular
Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
Z Science and Technology Expert Services ......................................................... Provide expert content-based services to the line programmes, Exco and the National System of Innovation (NSI), across a range of relevant science anc technology domains, research and innovation management practice an0 Dolicy
Of which -Academy of Science of South Africa - Grant-in-Aid to various Institutions
International Co-operation and Resources ........................................................... Take responsibility for developing bilateral and muitilateral co-operation in science and technology to strengthen the national system of innovation, and for a coherent strategic pmgramme to access oficial development assistance for science and technology in South Africa and on the African continent. Establish a technological intelligence capacity to monitor and evaluate international science and technology trends and to leverage South Africa's competitive advantage in new and innovative technologies globally
Of which -Global Science -Africa Institute of South Africa
Frontier Science and Technology ...................................................................... Provide laademhip in relevant, long-tern and cross-cutting research, development, innovation and human capital development across the National System of Innovation
Of which - Biotechnology Strategy - Innovation Fund - Indigenous Knowledge System -Square Kilometre Array - Frontier Science and Technology - Sdence and Youth - Sclence Themes - National Research Foundation - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research -National Laser Centre - Human Resource Development -Centres of Excellence - Equipment Placement
ROO0
1 986
88
41 (
62 7
1 382 O i
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
156 607
68 454
33 922
35 901
8 893
I 829 227
82
8 904
2 500 4 327
46 680
28 130 18 514
1 353 384
155 000 121 597 10 000 8 000
37 000 20 000 24 750
492 373 431 849
18 000 10 000 15 000 10 000
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Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
Government Sectoral Programmes and Cosrdination .......................................... Give leadership and provide support to other government departments in sector specific research, development and technology and directed human capite1 programmes
Of which - Information Communication Technology - Natural Resources -Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Advanced
Manufacturing Technology Strategy -National Energy Research Institute - Medical Research Council: South African AIDS -Technology Planning and Diffusion - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Learnership - Human Science Research Council - Technology for Poverty Alleviation -Technology for Sustainable Livelihoods - Indicators -Agricultural Research Council: Public Assets
Vaccine Initiative
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 Mure. The Department also aims to cetalysa economic transfomation and development, and to provide a predictable, competitive, equiteble and socidly responsible environment for investment, enterprise and trade for economic citizens. In this way the Department will contribute towards achieving govemment's vision of an adaptive end restructured economy, charecterised by accelerated ewnomic growth, employment creation and greater equity by 2014
Administration ................................................................................... Provide strategic leadership to the Department and its agencies, and facilitate the successful implementation of the Department's mandate
Of which -Industrial Development Corporation: Fund for Research into
- Diplomacy. Intelligence, Defence and Trade Education and - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Delight Project
Industrial Development, Growth and Equity
Training Authority
Intematiinal Trade and Economic Development ............................................ Develop trade and investment links with key economies globally and promote economic development, through negotiating preferential trade agreements, supporting a s t m g and equitable mukilateral trading system, and fostering economic integration with the continent within the NEPAD framework; and to administer and facilitate international trade
Of which - International Trade Administration Commission - World Trade Organisation - Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons - Development Bank of Swthem Africa: Regional Spatial
Development Initiatives - PmTechnik Laboratories
R O O 0
431 98!
3 076 33'
250 22:
100 774
Cunent Transfers p:;@:
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14 000 28 000
31 500 20 000
20 OOO 83 300 5 000
91 958 37 900 47 000
500 43 OM)
840454 2424187 11
239 794 5 256 c
5000
180 1
36 482 64 159
46 458 4 240 3 180
8 480 1766
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3 Enterprise and Industry Development .......................................................... Provide leadership in the development of policies and stratqres that promote and foster competitiveness, enterprise development, empowement and equity in fhe economy
Of which
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51
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- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology Transfer Capital Guarantee Fund
Venture Capital
Private Partnership
for Industrial Innovation - Industrial Development Corporation: Support Programme
-National Co-operatives Association of South Africa - Gdisa TNst: Technology Incubator Development - South African Women Entrepreneurs' Network
4 Consumer and Corporate Regulation ......................................................... Develop and implement coherent, predictable and transparent legislative and regulatory solutions that facilitate easy access fo redress and efficien regulatory services for economic citizens
Of which -National Gambling Board - Competition Commission - South African Bureau of Standards: Trade Metrology - World Intellectual Property Organisation - Micro Finance Regulatory Council -Companies and Intellectual Property Registration Ofice
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology -Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: National
-South African Bureau of Standards: Research Contribution -South African National Accreditation System - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: National - National Productivity Institute: Workplace Challenge - Khula
Transfer Centre
for Women in Business
Cleaner Production Centre
Measuring Standards
5 The Enterprise Organisation ...................................................................... Efficient adminisfration of enterprise support measures and incentives
Of which - Small and Medium Manufacturing Development Programme - Manufacturing Development Programme Incentives - Enterprise Development - Critical Infrastructure Programme: - Coega Development Corporation - East London Development Corporation - Richards Bay Development Corporation - Other Critical Infrastructure Programme Projects
- Industrial Development Zones - Business Process Outsourcing - Film and Television Production Incentive - Tax Holiday Scheme - Export Market and Investment Assistance - Competitiveness Fund -Sector Partnership Fund - Black Business Supplier Development Programme - Micro-Investor Fund
57 653
42 857
37 594
1 122 832
1
1
2 120
6 360
1 060 102 484 5 931
34 832 7 420 26 500 410 600
2 120 100 000 137 573
143 100 5 300
10 000
80 980 3 710 40 573 2 120
74 460
12 262 28 240 9 540 2 120 15 900 6 360
946 822
137 800 15 900 363 888
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54 No. 27703 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JUNE 2005
Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
Trade and Investmen! South Africa ............................................................. Provide sfrategic vision and direction to key growth sectors in the economy, increase the level of direct investment flow, and develop South Africa 's capacify to expod to various markets
Of which - Export Credit Insurance Corporation - Export Consultancy Trust Funds: - International Bank for Reconstruction and Development - International Finance Corporation Industry Project
Goods Feasibility Study Fund
(World Bank)
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Maritime - Industrial Development Corporation: South African Capital
- Aichi Exposition Marketing ...............................................................................................
Pmmote greater awereness of the Department by effectively branding and packaging its producfs and services and ensure access to the Department through efficient distribution channels
ransport iim: To establish a national transport system that enables national, provincial and
local provision of efficient, afordable and fully integrated infrastructure and services that best meet the needs of transpa7 users and promote economic and social development while being envimmenta//y and economically sustainable
Administration ................................................................................... Provide proactive support services to increase the efficiency of the Department and Ministry of Transport in a cost effective manner and to strategically lead and manage the provision of fleet management services to Government
Of which -Universities of Pretoria, KweZulu Natal and
Stellenbosch
Transpod P d g and Regional Integration ...................................................... Oavabp policies that am strategic. outcome-focused and innovative; to monitor the outcomes and impects of policias; to provide economic advice. analysis and intelligence across ell modes; to manage a national innovative research and development prcgramme for all modes; and to lead the rsgional and international transport infegmfion acfivifies in partnemhip with other African countries. and the rest of the WOrM
Transport Regulation and PuMi Entity Oversight ........................................... Create an enabling environment for the regdafion of all transport modes, and to develop eppmpriate mandates and monitoring mechanisms for public entities reporting to the Minister of Transport
Of which - Railway Safety Regulator -Road Traffic Management Corporation - souu\ African Maritime Safety Authority -South African Maritime Safety Authority: Maritime Rescue
-South African Civil Aviation Authority - Membership Fees: International Civil Aviation Commission -Membership Fees: International Civil Aviation Organisatin - Membership Fees: International Maritime Organisation -Membership Fees: Indian Ocean Memorandum
-Membership Fees: Cospas Sarsat Cmtribvtion -National Sea Rescue Institute -Mountain Club of South Africa - Hamnet - Off Road Rescue
Co-ordination Centre
of Understanding
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56 No. 27703 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 JUNE 2005
Act No. 4,2005 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2005
Integrated Planning and Inter-sphere Cosrdlnatlon.. ..................................... Provide leademhip in transpofl planning and in the pv is ion of transpoH inthwtmtum that suppods equitebie ecunomic, social and regional dewhpment In Ih with national strategic objectives
ofwhich -South African Natlonal Roads Agency Ltd - South AMcen Nadonal Roads Agency Ltd: Non-motorised
tr-port
F m h t Loglatic8 and Corrklor Development ................................................. hwbp and implement an integrated frefght Iogistlcs strategy for the cwnby and the Southem African rwgion
h w @ pnctices end noms that will imasa access to appmpdete and quality public tmnsport to meet the socleecotwmic needs of both tural and &an pnsaenpm
ofwhich -8us subaidier, -South Afrlcan Rell Commuter Corporation - T W Santaco
Plrbllo Trnns~rt ......................................................................................
- Taxl: R~pltallSatlon
ator AfFaIm and Fomatry m: To ensure the eveilabillty and supply of water at natlonel level to faciliate
epullable and sustainable social and economic development; ensure the universal and eIYldent supply of water s a h s at local level; end pmmote the w8tainablble management of fwbsts
AdmInlstmUon ....................................... PrOvMe fin infomation and managemen end general administnative suppod to Me hpattrnent
ofwhioh - Lca l Gowrnmnt Water Related Sector Education ud Tralnlng Authwlty
Water Resource Management. .................................... Ensure that the country's water remums are pmtectd, used, developed, consewad, managed end controllad in a sustainable end equitabb manner
ofwhich -Water Trading Account - Equlpmnt Trading Account - Flnanclal assistance to small scale farmers - Flnandal assistance Iro dam safety
Water Services .......... ................................ ...... Ensure that all people living in Swth AMca have access to adequate, safe, a w a t e and alfordable water and sanitation services. use water wise/y, and practise safe sanitation
ofwhich -Water Trading Account -Water Research Council Levy Conditional Qnnts to Local Government -Water Sedcrs Operating Subsidy Grant (via Water
-Implementation of Water Services Projects Grant Trading Account)
Forestry ..................................... .................................. PIomote the conservation of plantation and ind@nous forests, and their aMvnerdel and community use, to achieve optimal social and economic banefis. Promote tural d e v e m n t thmugh poky development, regulation, facilitation, and monbing and evaluation
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