Appropriation Act

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Appropriation Act [No. 15 of 2004]


Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Vol. 469 Cape Town 27 July 2004 No. 26611
THE PRESIDENCY No. 894 27 July 2004
It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 15 of 2003: Appropriation Act, 2004.

2 No. 26611 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
(English text signed by the President.) (Assented to 22 July 2004.)
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TO appropriate amounts of money for the requirements of the State in respect of the financial year ending.31 March 2005. , .. . .
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. .:. E-' €T. ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, as 'B mow^:-
Appropriation of amounts of money for requircments 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 5 in respect of the financial year ending 3 1 March 2005 the amounts of money for the indicated budget votes, main divisions and purposes listed in the Schedule.
Short title
2. This Act is called the Appropriation Act, 2004.
4 No. 26611 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
SCHEDULE
The Presidency 4im: To provlde ffective and efficient administrative management and
support for the President, Deputy President and Minister to facilitate their executive responsibilities in line with the Constitution; and provide administrative, content, co-ordination and leadership support for executive decision-making structures
1 Administration .................................................................................. Provlde financial and human resource management; overall administration; information technology; and other official (management) support services
2 Support Services to the President and Deputy President ............................ Support the President, Deputy President and Minister in their executive responsibillties and leadership to government
3 Cabinet Office .......................................................................... Provide administrative and technical support services to Cabinet a,7d Cabinet committees
$ Policy Co-ordination ...........................................................................
provide policy advice to the President and other principals in The Facilitate the integration and monitoring of government programmes and
Presidency
5 National Youth Commission ................................................................. Transfer of voted funds to enable the National Youth Commission to achieve its goals
Of which - National Youth Commission
parliament 4im: To provide the support services required by Parliament to fulfil its
constitutional functions, to assist political parties represented in
and to provide Members of Parliament witb the necessary facilities Parliament to secure administrative support and service constituents,
1 Administration .................................................................................. Manage the Parliamentary Service, prowding procedural and legal advice and support to Parliament; facilitate public involvement in parliamentary processes, facilitating Parliament's legislative and oversight processes; and provide institutional support and corporate services
Z Members' Facilities .............................................................................. Provlde telephone, travel and other facilities for Members of Parliament; and fund medical aid contributions and travel facilities for certain former Members
Of which Specifically and exclusively approprlated - Parrned
3 Assoctated Services ........................................................................... Provide financial support to political parties represented in Parliament and pay membership fees to certain inter-parliamentary bodies
Of which - International associations -Association staff membership - Party support -Constituency allowances
R'000
173 2:
84 3:
45 l i
6 9E
21 34
15 3E
588 13
340 92
169 72
77 46
Current Payments Transfers Payme1
Capiti
R'OOO R O O 0 R'OO(
152 184 15 584 5
79 486
44 524
6 897
21 277
98
87
12
30
15 357
15 357
4
476 330 78 371 33
306 61 0 881 33
169 720
16010
77 490
533 236
35 924 40 797
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GOVERNMENT GAZE'ITE, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
reign Affairs n: To formulate, coordinate, implement and manage South Africa's foreign
policy and international relations programmes throughout the world
Administration .................................................................................. Conduct the overall policy development and management of the Department
Foreign Relations ................................................................................ Promote relations with foreign countries, and participate in international organisations and institutions, in pursuit of South Africa's national values and foreign policy objectives
Public Diplomacy and Protocol ............................................................... Promote an understanding, both domestically and internationally, of South Africa's ,-!)le and position in international relations, and provide protocol 6Crvic'iCd':
lnternatlonal Transfers ................................................................... Provide for the payment of membership fees to international organisations, and transfer payments
Of which - United Nations: Membership Fees -United Nations Development Programme -Humanitarian Aid - OAU/African Union
-Southern African Development Community: Membership Fees -Commonwealth: Membership Fees
-Bureau of International Exposition: Membership Fees -African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States: Membership fees - Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty - Bacterial and Toxic Weapons Conventlon - South Centre -Indian Ocean Rim Research Centre: Witwatersrand - Perrez-Guerrero Trust Fund -New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad) - United Nations Development Programme: Local Office Costs - Other international organisations - Manpower secondment -African Renaissance Fund - Research Assistance: Maritime Law Institute: University of
Cape Town
m e Affairs n: To protect and regulate the interests of the inhabitants of the Republic of
South Africa, in respect of their individual status, identity and specific rights andpowers, and to promote a supporting service to this effect
Administration .................................................................................. Provides for the overall management of the Department
Services to Citizens ............................................................................. Grant specific righfs and powers to members of the population, addressing fravel and passport matters, citizenship and population registrabon
Of which -Advances to RSA Citizens Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Electronic Document Management System -Population Register -Home Affairs National Identification System Project -Home Affairs National Identification System: Smart Card
R'000
2 485 8lL
366 91
1 751 02(
135 12:
232 76C
2 273 492
290 332
998 87E
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
R'OOO R O O 0 R'000
2 091 198 233 179
279 941 72
1 682 217 235
129 040 112
161 43;
86 895
68 56t
5 97(
232 760
76 000
10 000 950
30 000 7 000
10 000
1 100 25
4 981
1 000 41 4
120 50
25 000 9 000 7 000
50 000
120
1 081 684 512 076 679 732
272 51 4 797 17 021
442 762 892 555224
128
78 OO( 40 OOt
224 81 t 200 ooc
8 No. 26611 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION CT, 2004
Immigration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Control immigration according to South Africa's skills and investment needs, and control visltors who enter the country on a temporary basis and control/detain/repatriate illegal immigrants
Of whlch -Consultative Committee for Performing Artists Specifically and exclusively approprlated - Immigration Advisory Board - Movement Control System
Auxiiiary and Associated Services.. ........................................................ Provide support to the film and Publication Board, Government Prmting Works and the Independent Electoral Commission and to provide for the upgrading and maintenance of buildings and accommodation, as well as to purchase vehicles for departmental use
Of which - Fi im t11d f'ublication Board - Govtrnme: t Printing Works - Independent Electoral Commlssion Specifically and exclusively appropriated -Accommodation Infrastructure ( Capital Works)
rovincial and Local Government im: To develop and promote a national system of integrated and co-
operative governance, and to support provincial and iocal government
Administration .................................................................................. Provide for the management, leadership and administration of the department
Governance, Policy and Research ......................................................... Provide poky advice and research support for the development and monitoring of intergovernmental relations and monitor the performance of provincial government, provincial/munlcipal relatlons, integrated development planning, local economic development and the institutions of traditional leadership and international and donor relations
Urban and Rural Development .............................................................. Manage, co-ordinate, monitor and measure the effectiveness of the implementation of the Urban Renewal Programme and the Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Programme. Ensure integration of development programmes across all spheres of government and propose strategies for improvement
Systems and Capacity Building ............................................................ Provide capacity-building and support p ogrammes for local government, a national disasfer management centre, and promotion of intergovernmental fiscal relations
Free Basic Services and Infrastructure .............................................. Strengthen service dehvery capacity for local government, to enable municipalities to meet their constitutional mandate by Increasing, in a sustainable manner, access to basic services to all communities
~
R'000
403 8E
580 3E
12 850 76
88 26
26 97
9 87
64 81
28 98
Current Transfers Payments Paymei
R'000 R'000 R O O (
366 408 499 36
1
4 939 32
509888 70
6 680 179
503 029
58
84 51 1
26 883
222 168 12 623 19 5
3
9 739
63 260
28 792
159
62
19
64
34
1
10 No. 26611 GOVERNMENT GAZETIT, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15.2004 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
Provincial and Local Government Transfers ........................................... Provide for the 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 Provinces - Local Government Capacity Building Fund -Provincial Project Management Capacity for MIG Conditional Grants to Local Government - Municipal Systems Improvement Grant - Municipal Infrastructure Grant
Fiscal Transfers .............................................................................. Provide for financial transfers to various authorities and institutions in terms of relevant legislation and founding agreements
Of which - Swth .African Local Government Association -Municipal Infrastructure Investment Unit - Municipal Demarcation Board -Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of
-South African Cities Network Specifically and exclusively appropriated -Commission on Claims and Disputes Relating to Traditional
- National House of Traditional Leaders
Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities
Leadership
ublic Works im: To provtde and manage the accommodation, housing, land and
infrastructure needs of national departments, to promote the expanded national public works programme, and to transform the Construction and Property Industries
Administration ................................................................................. Conduct the overall management of the department
Of which - Bursaries
Provision of Land and Accommodation ................................................... Provide for the accommodation, housing, land and infrastructure needs of national departments
Of which - Rates on state properties
National Public Works Programme ........................................................ Promote transformation in the construction and property industries and to contribute to meeting community infrastructure needs through labour- based projects
Of which -Construction Industry Development Board -Council for the Built Environment
Auxiliary and Associated Services .......................................................... Provfde for various services including: compensation for losses incurred on the government-assisted housing scheme where public servants fail to fulfil their obligations, assistance to organisations for the preservation of national memorials, and grants-in-aid
Of which -Sector Educatlon and Training Authority - Parliamentary Villages Management Board -Assistance to Organisations for Preservation of National
- Loskop settlement Memorlals
R'000 12 566 92
64 91
4 819 92
240 5E
4 493 25
68 97
17 11
Current Payments Transfers Paymer
Capita
R O O 0 R'000 R'000 12 566 924
7 677 546
220 459 40 733
182 243 4 445 943
8 983 55 931
17 300 10 600 17 023
9 503 1 500
2 000 6 788
3 300 813
202 927
3 059 900
35 903
844 434
656
350
800 675
799 833
28 067
25 036 3 000
2 083 15 036
1 670 1 430
11 935 1
674
37
632
5
12 No. 26611 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION CT, 2004
;overnment Communication and Information System lim: To provide a comprehensive communication service on behalf of
government o faciiitate the involvement of the majoriv of South Africans in the process of governance, reconstruction and development, nation-building and reconciliation
I Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Communication and Information System Take responsibility for the overall management of the Government
? Policy and Research ........................................................................... Conduct communication research, develop media policy, and provide communication advice on government's programme of action and monitor the programme from a communications perspective
1 Government m d Mt ! ,; Liaison ........................................................... Ensure depnrtrnmtal communicabon is integrated and provide a professional service to the media
1 Provincial and Local Liaison .................................................................. Facilitate national, provincial and local co-operation and co-ordinate the inter-sectoral committee for establishing one-stop community centres
5 Communication Service Agency ............................................................ Provide a range of media production services to the Government Communication and Information System and other government departments
5 International Marketing and Media Development ...................................... Market South Africa to the international community and promote development and diversity in the South African media
Of which - International Marketing Council - Media Development and Diversity Agency
Vational Treasury 4im: To promote economic development, good governance, social progress
and nsing Iwing standards through accountable, economic, efficient, equitable and sustainable public finances
1 Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Provide for the leadership and overall management of the National Treasury
Of whlch - Finance, Accounting, Management, Consulting and other
financial services Sector Education and Training Authority
2 Economic Planning and Budget hqanagement ........................................... Provlde advice and analysis on macroeconomic, financial, fiscal and tax policies, co-ordinate the budget process, oversee mtergovernmental fiscal relations and promote sound economic planning and budgetary management
Of which - Project Development Facility Trading Account
3 Asset and Liability Management ............................................................. Management of Government's financlal assets and iiabilities, including the domestic and foreign debt poiifolios
4 Financlal Management and Systems .......................................... Regulate and oversee public sector supply chain management through policy formulation, facilitating some supply contracts, and standardising the financial systems of national and provincial government. Co-ordinate :he imp1emen:ation of the Pubiic Fmance Management Act and ensure that departments have the skills to comply with the Act
ROO0
203 1 4
39 80
9 65
I5 59
30 71
34 46
72 91
13 941 73
101 87
140 20
42 27
352 45
Current Payments Transfers
Capit; Payme
WOO0 WOO0 R'OOI
126 98 73 071
38 239 59
9 613 15
15 109 28
30 242 34
32 995 21
72 914
65 914 7 000
2 174 158 11 755 556 12
98 429 287
140
131 007 6 168
6 000
40 436 36 1
348 903 62
14 No. 26611 GOVERNMENT GAZE'ITE, 27 m Y 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
zinancial Accounting and Reporting ......................................................... Set government accounting policy and standards, prepare consolidated financial statements, and seek to improve and integrate financial management
Of which -Accounting Standards Board - Auditor-General
Provtncial and Local Government Transfers .............................................. Provide for the conditional grants for the provincial and local spheres of government that are directly administered by the National Treasury
Of which Conditional Grants to Provinces - Provincial Infrastructure Conditional Grants to Local Government - Restructuring - Financial Management - Financial Mmagement: Development Hank of Southern Afrlca
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 benefits for retired members of the military
Of which -Civil Pensions - United Kingdom Tax - Military Pensions - SA Leglon
Flscal Transfers ................................................................................. Provide for financal transfers to various authorities and institutions in
African Revenue Service, the Development Bank of Southern Africa, the terms of statutes and international agreements. These include the South
Financial and Fiscal Commission and some signatories of the Multilateral Monetary Agreement
Of which - Lesotho and Namibia - Development Bank of Southern Afrlca -World Bank Group - Hlghly Indebted Poor Countries Initiative: International
Monetary Fund -African Development Bank - South African Revenue Service - Financial and Fiscal Cornmlssion -Secret Services Account - Financtal Intelligence Centre - Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation
lblic Enterprises m: The aim of the Department of Public Enterprises is excellence in state-
owned enteiprises'shareholder management
Adminlstration ................................................................................. Take responsibility for the overall direction and management of the Minfstry and the Department
Restructurtng of State-Owned Enterprises ............................................... Develop, implement and manage the restructuring process to meet government's social and economic objectives
Of which - Diabo Trust - Khulisa Trust
R O O 0 66 18
3 889 26
2 163 96
7 185 51
75 9e
30 04
25 44
Payments Current Transfers Capital
Payments
R'OOO R'OOO R'000 53 058 12 591 53
3 900 8 623
3 889 260
3 348 362
342 900 129 000 68 998
1 502 325 661 4
535 638 2 906
123 042 55
7185511
176 367 40 001
1
55 000 154 316
4 602 509 15 394
2 117057 21 866 3 000
67 885 7 051 1 05
29 506
18 338
52 45
6 958 15
3 119 3 803
L
16 No. 26611 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
Performance Monitorlng and Benchmarking ............................................ Monitor and evaluate the financial, socio-economic and non-financial performance of state-owned enterprises
Policy Development and Business Planning ........................................ Provide informed research, policy development and analysis, knowledge management and business planning to drwe the restructuring programme
lblic Service and Administration m: To lead the modernisation 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 dellvery
Administratiorl ................................................................................ Provide policy and strategic leadership to the public service to tn:~ance the public service's abillty to deliver on government's priorities and objectives
Of which - International Institute of Administrative Services - International Personnel Management Association - Common Associational Public Administration and Management -African Assoclation for Public Administration and Management -Centre for Training and Research in Administration
for Development
Integrated Human Resources ............................................................. Develop and establish human resource management, and facilitate capacity building in the pubhc service through negotiations and related interventions
Information and Technology Management ............................................... Ensure the effective use of information and information technology in government, and facilitate the use of information technology for the modernisation of government and the establishment of e-government practices within an acceptable information security environment
Service Delivery Improvement .............................................................. Engage in supporfive interventions and partnerships, which enhance, in the public service, both efficiency and effectiveness and innovative learning and knowledge-based modes and practices of service delivery
Anti-Corruption ............................................................................... Establish partnerships and devise strategies to fight corruption, and enhance ethical conduct and practices in the public service
lnternatlonal and Afrlcan Affairs ........................................................... Establish and maintain bilateral and multilateral relations governance and public administration through implementing global and continental programmes and projects for improving overnance and public adminlstrabon
R'000
16 3!
4 1:
126 6:
32 0'
40 3E
21 7E
27 51
1 9c
3 oa
Current Payments
Transfers Capit, Payme
R'000 R'000 R'OOI
16 043 36
3 998 5
125 008
31 295
39 971
21 641
27 251
1 903
2 947
31 2 1
193
18 3
22 13
84
65
13
31
18 No. 26611 GOVERNMENT GAZETIE, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APF'ROPRUTION ACT, 2004
Auxiliary and Associated Services ..................................................... Facilftate transfers to the State lnformation Technology Agency, a public entity charged with establishing, maintaining, and enhancing government's information technologyinfrastructure
Of which - State lnformation Technology Agency
'ublic Service Commission lim: To promote he constitutional values and principles of public
administration in the public service
Administration .................................................................................. Manage and organise the office of the Public Service Commission
Investigations and Human Resource Reviews ...................................... Enable [he cornmission to undertake labour relations and management improvement, ad i ts and investigations into public ahinistratiu,l practices, and to promote anti-corruption and review the implementation of human resource policies in the public service
Monitoring and Evaluation ............................................................... Establish a high standard of public service leadership, goodgovernance and improved service delivery through public participation
outh African Management Development Institute (SAMDI) im: To provide practical, client-driven, organisational development
interventions that lead to improved performance and service dellvey in the public sector
Administration .................................................................................. Facilltate the overall management of SAMDl and provide support servces for its organisational functions
Public Sector Organisational and Staff Development ................................. Provide a range of interventions that develop organlsations, improve their performance, and raise levels of service delivery, through competency-based training and conducting client driven research
Of which -Augmentation of SAMDl Training Trading Account
tatistics South Africa im: To collect, process, ana/yse and disseminate high quality official and
other statistical data and information, and co-ordinate the national statistics ystem, in support of economic growth, socio-economic development, democracy and good governance
Administratlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Provide corporate support and strategic leadership to the department
Economic and Social Statistics ............................................................. Produce economfc and social statistics to meet user requirements
Population Census and Statistlcs .......................................................... Produce population statistics and conduct the population census
R'OOO
73 OE
31 4E
21 85
19 73
40 88
26 49
14 39
503 88
95 77
107 90
138 14
Current Payments Transfers
Capitz Paymer
R'000 R'000 R'OOC 2
2
72 318 221
30 889 67
21 748 103
19 681 51
29 978 10 104
25 712 25
4 266 10 079
10 073
477 881 720 25
92 378 172 3
103 058 144 4
135 826 142 2
20 No. 2661 1 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION CT, 2004
Current iransfers Capital Payments Payments
Quallty and Integration ..................................................................... Provide expertise on quality and methodology for official statistics, build capacity for the productlon and use of official statistics, compile national accounts and analyse statistical data
Statistical Support and Informatics .................................................... Promote and provide better access to officral statistics by optimising technology in the production and use of official statistics and by developing provincial capacity to support the production and use of official statistics
,rts and Culture ,im: To develop and preserve a South African culture to ensure social
cohesion and nation building
Administraticn ................................................................................ Conduct the overall management of the Department, and provic'L centralised support 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 - Artscape - Playhouse Company - Performing Arts Centre of the Free State! -Market Theatre - Windybrow Theatre - KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra -Cape Philharmonic Orchestra - Gauteng Orchestra -Business Arts South Africa - Promote Arts and Culture in South Africa:
- Natlonal Arts Council
- Freedom Day 2004 Specifically and exclusively appropriated
Financial Assfstance Projects
National Language Service ................................................................ Develop and promote the official anguages of South Africa and enhance the linguistic dlversity of the country
Of which - National Language Service: Financial Assistance Projects - Pan South African Language Board
Cultural Development and International Co-operation .............................. lmprove economic and other development opportunities for South African arts and culture nationally and globally through mutually beneficial partnerships, thereby ensuring the sustainability of the sector
Of which - National Fiim and Video Foundation -Cultural Industries - Promote Arts and Culture Internationally - Investing In Culture
Heritage Promotion ......................................................................... Develop and monitor the Implementation of policy, legislation and strategic direction for the idenbfication, conservation and promotion of cultural hentage
Of which - National Heritage Council -Northern Flagship Institutions - lziko Museum of Cape Town
R'000
32
129
1 141
39
21 8
78
148
593
R'000 R'000 R O O 0
31 691 67 1 04
114 928 195 14 13
191 681
37 115
47 276
40 000
49 692
19 242
8 304
946 200
59
170 564
19 377 21 845
15 303 18 520
9 602 4 493 3 000 3 000
4 103 3 000
23 640 44 668
27 717
3 000 24 677
129 750
34 720 16 600
75 000 3 41 1
585 371
21 867 31 381
3 69
2 13
31
64
32 256
22 No. 66 11 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION CT, 2004
- Natal Museum: Pletermaritzburg - National Museum: Bloemfontein - Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum: Paarl -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 Hili: Johannesburg -Albert Luthuli Project - Khoi-San Project - Freedom Park: Pretoria - South African Heritage Resources Agency - Promotion of Heritage - South African Geographical Names Council -Capital Works
i National Archives, Records, Meta-Information and Heraldic Services ........... Guide, sustain and develop the archival, heraldic and mftjrmation resources of the nation to empower the people through full and open access to these resources
Of which - National Library - South African Library for the Blind - South African Blind Workers Organisation - National Archives of South Africa: Financial Assistance Projects
iducation \ m : To develop, maintain and support a South African education and
training system for the 2 is t century
Administration .................................................................................. Provide for policy formulation and the overall management of the Department
Of which - Sector Education and Training Authority
Systems Planning ............................................................................. Provide strategic direction in the development, implementation and monitoring of education policies, programmes and projects
General Education ............................................................................. Manage the development, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of national pobcy, programmes and systems for general education
Of which -Guidance, Counselling and Youth Development Centre for
Africa: Malawi Conditional Grants to Provinces - HIV and Aids Specifically and excluslveiy appropriated - HIV and Aids
Further Education and Trainlng .............................................................. Provide strategic direcbon to the further education and training sector and manage the planning, development, evaluation and maintenance of national policy, programmes and systems for further educabon and training, including national assessments and quality assurance systems
Of whlch - South African Qualiflcations Authority - Umalusi
R O O 0
63 3E
11 344 95
97 07
36 79
217 67
179 61
Current Transfers Capit Payments Payme
R'000 R'000 R O O 7 122
14 908
3 619 1 756
5 307 3 498
26 899 2 407
161 6 860
1 3 526 1 103
200 000 16512 26 197 4 240
175 740
30 052 32 139
24 850 4 864 1 976 1 000
443 333 10 896 351
94 049 404
36 522
88 494 128 736
275
43
100
128 579
6 000
149 906 28 637
21 646 6 815
24 No. 2661 1 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 27 JULY 2004
Act No. 15.2004 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
Quality Promotion and Development ..................................................... Provlde leadershfp towards the development of policy and speclal education programmes in support of quality education across the system
Of which Conditional Grants to Provinces -Primary School Nutritlon Programme Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Primary School Nutritlon Programme
Hlgher Educatlon ............................................................................... 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 resource, research and knowledge needs
Of which - Financial assistance to Higher Education lnstitutlons - National Student Financial Aid Scheme - Councll on Hlgher Education -- Fulhright Commission
Auxiliary and Associated Services ......................................................
relations, and national and provincial co-operafive governance in Co-ordinate and promote effective communication, liaison, mternational
education Of which - United Nations Organisation for Educational and Scientific Cultures
lealth ,im: To promote the health of all people in South Africa through a canng and
effective national health system based on the primary health care approach
Administration .................................................................................. Prowde for the overall management of the Department, and provide strategic plannmg, legislative and communication services and centralised administrative support
Strateglc Health Programmes ............................................................... Co-ordinate a range of strategic national health programmes through the development of policies, systems and monitoring; and manage and fund key programmes
Of which - Medical Research Council - National Health Laboratory Servlces (cancer register) - Medlcal Schemes Council - Maternal, Child and Women's Health (Non-Governmental
- HIV and Aids (Non-Governmental Organisatlons) - Mental Health (Non-Governmental Organisations) -South African Community Epidemlology Network on Drug Use - South Afrlcan Federation for Mental Health - Tuberculosls (Non-Governmental Organisaiions) - Health Systems Trust - South African AIDS Vaccine lnltiatlve - Life Line - Health Systems Trust: Love Life Conditional Grants to Provinces - Integrated Nutrition Programme -Comprehenswe HIV and Alds Grant
Organisations)
R'000 872 459
9 908 545
32 8OC
8 787 865
11871E
1 629 43C
Current Payments
Transfers Capital Payments
R'000 R'000 R'000 39 665 832 243 551
832 200
5 760 24C
17 094 9 891 265 18E
9 300 504 578 200
10 880 1 654
17 603 15 023 17L
15 000
698 402
103 630
479 140
8 053 356
191
1 143 111
154 388 304
2 833
40 250 700
300 130 200
2 800 2 120
10 000 12 000 23 000
112218 781 612
36 1Oi
14 89:
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i Health Servlce Delivery ....................................................................... Support the delivery of services, primarily in the provincial and local spheres of government
Of which -Compensation Fund - Malarta Lebombo Spatlal Development Initiative -Council for the Bltnd - National Health Laboratory Services - Health Promotion: Non-Governmental Organisations - Environmental Health - Medico Legal Conditional Grants to Provinces - Hospital Revltalisation - National Tertiary Services -Health Professions Trainlng and Development - Hospltal Management and Quality Improvement
.~bour hn: To play a significant role in reducing unemploymmt, p o v e q and
inequality through policies and programmes developed ~ I J cc. ,sultation with role-players, aimed at improved economic mroency and productivity, skills development and employment creation, sound labour relatlons, elminating inequallty and d!scnm!nation in the workplace,
protection and enhancement of worker rights and benefits alleviating poverty in the workplace, as well as employment, and the
Administration .................................................................................. Conduct he overall management of the Department and provide support and advisory services
Servlce Delivery ....................................................................................... Protect the health and safety of workers, and implement and enforce Department of Labourpolicies
Of whlch -South African National Council for the Blind - Deaf Federation of South Afrlca - Nattonal Council for the Physical Disabled
Employment and Skills Development Services and Human Resources Development ........................................................
Achieve the strategic objectives and eqoty targets of the National Skills Development Strategy and contribute to the achievement of the strategic objectives of the National Human Resources Development Strategy
Of which - National Skills Fund - Natlonal Productivlty Institute
Labour Poltcy and Labour Market Programmes ............................................. Estabhsh an equitable and sound labour relations enwronment and international relations, through research, analysis and evaluation of labour policy and prov;ding data and statistics on the labour ,market, including support to the soclal dialogue institutions that promote social dialogue
Of which - Commlsslon for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbltratlon - Development Institute for Training, Support and
- Subsldlsed Work-Centres for the Disabled - National Economlc, Development and Labour Council - International Labour Organisation - Afrtcan Regional Labour Admlnistration Centre - Subsidised Workshops for the Blind
Education for Labour
R'000 7 039 71
1 191 73
251 88
477 43
140 97
299 89
Current Payments Transfers
Capil Paymc
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9 000 5 000
424 48 879
700 56
85 000
91 1 856 4 273 005 1 434 132
141 832
798 701
216 041
444 524
79 006
59 130
324 691
156
1 392
202 132 162
61 404
37 973 23 247
240 199
172 651
8 408 32 892 9 146 8 500 2 523 5 970
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Social Insurance ................................................................................ Provide for administrative and other support services to the Unemployment Insurance Fund and the Compensation Fund, and manage Government's contributions to the activities of these funds
Of which - Unemployment Insurance Fund -Compensation Fund
icience and Technology lim: To realise the full potential of science and technology in social and
economic development, through the development of human resources, research and innovation
Administration ................................................................................ Provide policy leadership and advice as well as integrative and
foccised on the implementatior~ of the '!ational Researcll and rxecutive functions for science and technology a i d tho Depa:tment,
Development Strategy, and maintaining a w.'lerent Sfi of Indicators relevant to the National System of Innovation
Of which - National Advisory Council on Innovation
Technology for Development .................................................................... Improve quality of life through access to and the spread of technology, and by creating capacity and skills for innovation and the use of indigenous knowledge
Of which -Technology Plannlng and Diffusion - Natlonal Public Assets - Indigenous Knowledge Systems - Human Sclences Research Council -Technology for Poverty Alleviation - Learnerships - Enabling technology and agricultural processing
International Co-operation and Resources .................................................... Take responsibility for the development of bilateral and multilateral co- operation in science and technology to strengthen the National System of Innovation, and for a coherent strategic programme to access overseas development assistance for science and technology in South Africa and on the African continent
Of which - Global Sclence -Africa Institute of South Africa
Government Science and Technology System ................................................
Provide strategic direction, funding and support for the development and growth of the science and technology institutions of Government
Of which - Acaaemy oi Science of Soutn Afrlca
Science and Technology for Competitiveness .............................................. Develop the technology missions, human capital and national science activities in support of the Nationai System of Innovation
Of which - Biotechnology Strategy - Information Communication Technology
-Advanced Manufacturing - Natural Resources
- lnnovatlon Fund
R'000 21
1 276
60
264
46
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Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
R'000 R'000 R'000 21 540
7 000 14 540
109 235
55 490
11 386
12 676
13 488
16 195
1 165 962
5 077
5 000
252 766
47 900 35 000 10 000 82 836 28 000 4 000
45 000
33 360
17 000 16 325
2 535
2 500
872 224
125 000
10 000 9 000
21 000
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- Natlonal Laser Centre -National Energy Research Institute - South African Alds Vaccine Initiative - National Research Foundatlon - Publtc Science and Youth - Grant-In-aid: Sclence misslons and human capital - Sclence Themes
ocial Development m ' To ensure the provision of comprehensive social protection services
against vulnerability and poverty within the constitutional and legislative framework and creating an enabling environment for sustainable development. The Department further aims to deliver integrated, sustainable and quality services in partnership with all those committed to building a caring society
Administration .................................................................................. Provide fo, : h '4zy formulation by the Ministry, and top management, and for overall 1 ' ' I ~ qtrnent and support services to the Department
Social Securlty Policy and Planning ..................................................... Develop, co-ordinate and facilitate the implementation of policies and strategies, and facilitate financial planning for soclal security in line with the national macro-economic goals and developmental objectives
Of which - International Soclal Securlty Association Membership
Grant Systems and Administration .......................................................... Design strategies and operational systems to ensure that services are provided to social assistance and disaster relief beneficiaries
Of which - Dlsaster Rellef Fund -Social Relief Fund Conditlonal Grant to Provinces -Child Support Extension Grant
Social Security Service Delivery Assurance ............................................. Monitor and evaluate service delivery. assess impact of policies, ensure compliance, and minimise fraud
Welfare Services Transformation ......................................................... Facdltate ransformation ofdevelopment-orjentafed social welfare services to vulnerable individuals, households and communities
Of which - International Council on Alcohol and Addlction - International Federation for the Aged - United Nations: Drug Abuse Control
Rehabip-':" I A"-.
-Transfers to Non-Governmental Organisatlons Lauun mtG, I dional
- Natlonal Councils
Children, Families and Youth Development ............................................ Ensure the protecbon and empowerment of vulnerable children, youth and families
Of which - International Soclal Services
Poverty Alleviatlon .......................................................................... Develop, implement and monitor strategies for poverty alleviation, undertake community development programmes and support non-profit organlsations
Of whlch -National Development Agency Conditional Grant to Provinces - Food Emergency Relief
R'000
4 540 41
7c 9E
12 95
3 791 04
29 35
17 92
15 52
521 21
Current Payments Transfers
Capit Payme
R'000 R'000 R'OOI 18 000 10 000 15 000
450 288 11 000
25 681 5 899
305 048
69 418
12 243
125 345
28 969
12 081
15 265
23 570
4 239 146
101
483
470
3 665 032
10 000 5 000
3 650 000
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11 11 22
1 060 6
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HIV and AIDS .................................................................................
social impact of HIV and Aids Develop polcies, strategies and programmes aimed at mitigating the
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces - HIV and Aids (Community-based Care)
Population and Development ............................................................... Support and facilitate collaboration to ensure the implementation of the populahon policy, and monitor and evaluate progress with achieving the policy objectives
Of which - International Membership Fees to Regional Institute for
Population Studies
port and Recreation South Africa '77. TC improve the quality of life of all South Africans by promoting
.rficipation in sport and recreation in the country. and through the participation of South African sportspersons and teams in international sporting events
Adminlstration .................................................................................. Provide for the management of Sport and Recreation South Africa
Funding, Pol~cy and Liaison ................................................................. Contribute towards an active and winning nation by developing and mplementing polrcles, and establishing co-ordinated and integrated programmes and structures that will support broad based pafiicipation and development of potential talent for upward mobility into competitive, high performance sport
Of which -South African Sports Commission -South African Institute for Drug Free Sport - Health Systems Trust: Love Life Games -Boxing South Africa - Sport Federations Conditional Grant to Provinces -Mass Sport and Recreation Participation Programme
Buildmg for Sport and Recreation ........................................................... Contribute to increased participation in sport and recreation activities
Of which Conditionai Grant to Local Government - Building for Sport and Recreation Speclflcally and exclusively appropriated -Sport and Recreation Facilities (Sport promotion and
facility management training)
im: To contribute towards maintaming and protecting a just, peaceful and orrectional Services
safe society by enforcing court-Imposed sentences, detaining prisoners in safe custody, and promoting the social respons~bility in, and the human development of all pnsoners and persons subject to community corrections
Admlnistration ................................................................................. Provide thadministrative, management, financial, information
support functions required for all sewice deiivery by the department in communlcation technology, service evaluation, i vestigative and
support of the functions of the Ministry Of which -Sector Education and Training Authority
Securiry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Provide safe and healthy conditions for all persons Incarcerated, in
and the publlc conditlons consistent wlth human dignity. Provide security for personnel
-
R'000 7E
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22
126
137
8 407
2 707
2 707
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_ _ I290
153
-_ i 221
901
050
270
-_ 789
337
660
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Current Payments Transfers
Capit Payme
R'000 R'OOO R'ODI 8 022 70 187
70 180
10 935 151
56 612
21 192
30 479
4 941
5 000
227 281 2
21 1
94 986
28 000 4 200
12 000
40 377 1 400
9 000
132 274
132 270
7 116 818 35659 1 255
2 617 550 6 335 83
2 726
2 693 881 8 099 5
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Corrections.. ..................................................................................... Provide needs-based correctional sentence plans, based on the assessed security risk and criminal profile of individuals, focusing on the individual's specific offence, and targeting all elements associated with the offending behaviour
Care.. ............................................................................................ Maintam the well-being of incarcerated persons by providing for physical fitness, nutrition, social links with families and society, spiritual and moral well-being, psychological well-being and health care, based on needs
Development .................................................................................. Provide opportunities for social development and the development of social conscience, vocational and technical training, recreation, sports, and education, to promote the development of personal and social competencies that will enable offenders to reintegrate into communities as productive citizens
Of whlch -Cash Payment: Gratuities Earnings
4fter-Care.. ....................................................................................... Provide services to incarcerated persons preparing to complete their sentences, to facilitate their effective reintegration into their communities and to promote general social acceptance of released offenders
Of which -Cash Payment: Indigence Grant
Facilities ....................................................................................... Provide, maintain and upgrade the physical infrastructure required for those legally entrusted to the department's care, as well as what is required by personnel, aiming at ensuring that facilities are available to meet the department's rehabilitation responsibilities and objectives
Of which
-Capital Works Specifically and exclusively appropriated
ernal Charges ....................................................................................
,fence n: To defend and protect he Republrc 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 .................................................................................. Conducts 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 andprotection of South Africa
Maritime Defence .............................................................................. Provide prepared and supported maritime defence capabilities for the defence and profectlon of South Africa
R'OOO 503
765
407
31 8
1 622
- 624
20 257
71 9
3 325
2 222
1 092
-
-_ 256
685
889
729
151
918
-_ 326
700
508
296
571
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Payme
R'000 R'000 R O O ( 498 568
758 774
371 297
31 5 252
474 258
- 61 2 762
1810 2
843 6
15856 20
15 000
2 239 1
1 256
477 1 147
91 4
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11 957 772 8 232 641 66
71 8 760 940
3 31 8 392 7 116
2 220 483 1813
1 090 967 1 604
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Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
I Military Health Support ........................................................................ Provide prepared and supported medical combat support elements and services
i Defence Intelligence ........................................................................... Provide a defence intelligence and counter-intelligence capability
. Jolnt Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Provide joint support capabilities and services to the department
Of which -St Johns Ambulance Brigade -South African First Ald League - Medlcal Fund - Part Time Force Council -Defence, Intelligence, Diplomacy and Trade Education
-Armaments Corporation of South Afrlca Ltd and Tralning
Command and Control .................................................................. Provide and maintain an operational command and control capability for the operational deployment of combat forces
Of which Specifically and excluslvely appropriated - Peace support operations
Special Defence Account.. ................................................................... Provide for special defence activities and purchases
Of which - Special Defence Account Specificaliy and exclusively appropriated -Strategic procurement programme -Maritime heiicopters
idependent Complaints Directorate ilm: To investigate complaints of misconduct and criminality allegedly
committed by members of the South African Police Service and Municipal Police Services, and to propose reforms to reduce the incidence of the behawour that gives rise to such complaints
Adminlstratton .................................................................................. Provide for the overall management, policy development and organisation of the Independent Complaints Directorate, in line with government prescripts
Of which -Police, Prlvate Security, Legal and Correctional Servlces
Investigation of Complaints .................................................................. Investigate deaths in police custody and as a result of police action, and any complaints of misconduct, criminality and corruption allegedly committed by a police officer
Information Management and Research ................................................... Receive, reglster and process complaints of misconduct, criminality and corruptfon by a police officer as well as notifications of police-related deaths. Monitor the implementahon of the Domestic Violence Act by the South African Police Service and the Municipal Pollce Services.
problems Manage all information, and recommend solutions to Inherent policing
ustice and Constitutional Development ,im: To uphold and protect the Constitution and the rule of law, and to render
accessible, fair, speedy and cost-effective administration of justice in the interests of a safer and more secure South Africa
R'000
1 305 55
145 82
2 303 39
1 218 86
7 923 60
42 11
12 56
20 10
9 44
5 054 41'
Current Payments Transfers
Capital Payments
R O O 0 R'000 R'000
1 303 912
145 639
1 941 089
1 218 530
700 000
1 647
181
295 396 66 91
40
275 35
2 461
284 098 6 100
336
7 923 608
7 923 608
5 501 866 262 401
41 055 89 97
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9 059 11 37
4 009 636 616 907 427 87
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Admlnlstration .................................................................................. Manage the department, develop strategles and policies, and do research, including improving legislation and makmg amendments to the Constitution
Of which -United Nations Institution for Unificatlon of Private Law
Court Services ................................................................................. Provide and manage efficient court facilities, and facilitate the resolution of criminal, civil and family law matters in South Africa
Of which
-Protection of Vulnerable Groups Specifically and exclusively appropriated
- Capital Works - Infrastructure: Maintenance and Upgrading of Court
- Infrastructure: Physical Security of Courts Infrastructure
State Legal Services .................................................................. Provide legal services to govenmenf, and facilitate constitutional amendments through developing and promoting appropriate legislation
National Prosecuting Authority ............................................................. Provide a co-ordinated prosecuting service, protect certain witnesses, and investigate serious unlawful conduct committed in an organised manner
Auxiliary and Associated Services .........................................................
aims, and provide for transfer payments to constitutional instrtutions, the Render a vanety of auxiliary servces associated with the department's
Legal Ald Board, the Special Investigating Unit, he Represented PoBtical Parties' Fund and the President's Fund
Of which -South African Human Rights Commission -Commission on Gender Equality -Special Investigating Unit - Legal Aid Board - Public Protector - President's Fund - Represented Political Parties Fund
afety and Security i~m: To prevent, combat and investigate crime, maintain public order, protect
and secure the inhabitants of South Afrlca and their property, and uphold and enforce the law
Administration .................................................................................. Provide for developing departmental policy and managing the department, including administrative support
Visible Policing .................................................................................. Enable the services at police stations to inshtufe and preserve safety and security and provide for specialfsed interventions and policing of South Afrlca's borders
Detective Services ........................................................................ Enable the investigafive work of the South African Police Service, includmg support to Investigators in terms of forensic evidence and the Criminal Record Centre
R'000 574 OE
2 363 57
216 :jl
1 146 55
753 61
24 509 65
7 053 06
12 239 94
4 021 81
Current Payments Transfers
Capital Payments
R'000 R'000 R'OOO 543 626
2 010 686
94 000
21 1 804
1 128 836
114 684
3 112
2 300
4 466
492
2 260
606 577
37 653 21 390 37 194
390 525 49 160
1 70 652
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348 41
243 52
34 10 15 90
4 31
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6 427 922 153 270 4 1 87
11 465 524 205 043 569 37
3 924 398 26 638 70 77
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Crime Intelligence .......................................................................... Provide for the management of crime intelligence, the analysis of crime information, and technical support for crime prevention operations and investigations
Protection and Security Services ........................................................... Render a protection and security service to all identified dignitaries and government interests
Of which Specifically and exclusively appropriated - Establishment of the Division: Protection and Security Services
lriculture n: 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 ,?come In agriculture; enhancing the sustainable management of natural ag;icultural resources and ecological systems; ensuring effective and efficient governance; and ensuring knowledge and information management
Administration .................................................................................. Provide the Department with political and strategic leadership, and management and administration services
Farmer Support and Development ........................................................ Promote stability, competitiveness, growth and transformation in the agricultural sector by developing policies governing farmer settlement, food security, rural development, the registrahon of co-operatives and agricultural risk and disaster management
Of which - Ncera Farms (Pty) Ltd Conditional Grant to Provinces -Comprehensive Agriculture Support Programme
Agricultural Trade and Business Development ......................................... Develop ohcies governing access to national and international markets, and promote black economic empowerment in the sector
Of which - National Agricultural Marketing Council - Organisational Development - Grain Industry Project Management
Economic Research and Analysis ........................................................... Provfde the necessary information for developing and monitoring the agricultural sector
Agricultural Production ......................................................................... Promote agricultural research, productivity and sustainabilfty
Of which -Agricultural Research Council
Sustainable Resources Management and Use ........................................... Develop, mplement and monitor policies for the management and use of land and water resources in agriculture
Of which Conditional Grant to Provinces - LandCare Programme Specifically and exclusively appropriated - LandCare projects
R'000 677 67
517 15
1 306 22
157 79
260 93
43 13
22 48
371 65
165 46
Current Transfers C a p i t a l Payments Payments
R'000 R O O 0 R'000 662 780 6 411 8 4[
501 715 2 367 13 Of
60 000
678 407594 600
137 073 264
58 121 202 31 5
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200 000
31 690 11 447
10 601 500 300
22 442 44
33 225 338 428
338 393
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National Regulatory Services .............................................................. Develop and monitor risk management policies for the control of animal and plant diseases, food safety and the use of genetically modified organisms
Communication and lnformatlon Management ..................................... Manage and co-ordinate communication, education and international relations
Of which -Office International des Epizooties - International Seed Testing Association - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - International Union for the protection of new varieties of Plants - International Grains Council -Office International de le Vigne et du Vin - 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 Tralning Programme
Programme Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation .....................................
Department Consolidate and support strategic and operational management in the
:ommunications lim: To formulate policy and ensure itsimplementation for the
telecommunications, postal and broadcasting services, and to control transfers to the South African Post Office, the South African Broadcasting Corporation, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa, the National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa and the Universal Service Agency
Administration ..................................................................................
including financial control and internal audit, manage human resources Provide for policy formulation by management, carry out other functions
and provide other support services
Telecommunications Policy .................................................................. Formulate telecommunications p licy, manage Government's shareholding interest in Telkom SA Ltd and its subsidiaries and control transfers to the Universal Service Agency and Universal Service Fund
Of which -Sector Education and Training Authority - Universal Service Fund -Advanced Institute for ICT - Multi Purpose Community Centres - Universal Service Agency Specifically and exclusively appropriated -Emergency Call Centres
Postal Services ................................................................................. Develop and monitor the implementation of policy In the postal sector, manage the shareholding in the SA Post Office Ltd and its ubsidiaries and oversee the Postal Regulator
Of which - South African Post Office Limited: Public Internet Terminals -South African Post Office Limited: Extension of services -South African Post Office Limited: Post Office subsidy
R'OOO 194 65
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91 2E
134 64
356 49
Current Capital Payments Transfers Payments
R'000 R O O 0 R O O 0 188 112 344 6 2C
67 432 14 498 8E
510 53 93
280 130 380 405
8 500 50
3 200 204 330 250
7 239 12 4
202 463
88 688
53 180
39 421
647 224
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Multi-Media Services Policy .................................................................. Formulate broadcasting policy, manage the shareholding in the South African Broadcasting Corporation and control and monitor the transfers to the South African Broadcasting Corporation, the National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa and the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa
Of which -South African Broadcasting Corporation: Public Broadcaster -South African Broadcasting Corporation: Channel Africa -South African Broadcastlng Corporation: Community Radio
-South African Broadcastlng Corporation: Programme
- Independent Communications Authority of South Africa - National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa
Stations
Production
Auxiliary and Associated Servlces ......................................................... Provide research and support services to piomote the Department's aim
invironmental Affairs and Tourism lim: To lead and support environmental management and tourism in the
interest of sustainable development for all
Adrninlstration .................................................................................. Provide for the strategic leadershfp of the department, as well as for a variety of essential support services, such as financial and human resource management
Of which -Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
Environmental Quality and Protection ................................................. Provide all South Africans with an environment that is not harmful to health and well-being
Of which -South African Weather Service -Section 21 Company - Plastic Bags
Marine and Coastal Management .......................................................... Guide the development and conservation of the marine and coastal environment, and ensure that the use of marine and coastal resources is sustainable, utilised, regulated and that compliance is enforced
Of which - Marine Living Resources Fund
Tourism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Policy implementation and marketing for the tourism industry and implementfng programmes linked to the regulation, transformation, growth and development of the tourism industry
Of which - International Tourism Marketing -South African Tourism
Blodlversity and Conservation ................................................................ Promote and conserve South Africa's biodiversity as well as conservation management to protect and sustainably utilise South Afrfca's natural resources
Of which - South African National Parks - National Botanical Institute - Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park Authority
ROO0 285 61
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105 61
171 82
271 9E
375 62
276 81
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R'000 R'000 R'OC 14 368 271 130
47 400 27 865
9 540
28 500 140 947 16 878
6 806 1
370 971
95 764
54 238
102 582
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96 924 20 000
169 379
169 225
341 872
260 000 81 831
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Auxiliary and Associated Services ......................................................... Promote job creation through poverty relief projects, such as sustainable land based livelihoods, coast care, people and parks, growing a tourism economy and cleaning up South Africa
Of which -Coastal Management, Tourism Infrastructure and Tourlsm
Product Development Waste Management Biodiversity and Conservation
lousing iim: To determine, finance, promote, co-ordinate, communicate and monitor
the implementation of policy for housing and human settlement
Adminlstration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Provide Strategic leadership and ,3dministrative and management support services to the depa,imenf. I'romote and facilitate the flow of information between the department a!rdits stakeholders
Policy Planning and Research ............................................................... Develop 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 mplementation f subsidised housing projects
Of which - Phasing out of Subsidy Programmes Condltional Grant to Provinces - Human Settlement and Redevelopment Programme
Housing Sector Performance ............................................................... Monitor the implementation and pedorrnance of national housing policies and programmes. Evaluate and assess their impact on beneficiaries, the environment and the three ti rs of government
Of which -National Housing Finance Corporation - Servcon -Social Housing Foundatlon - Natlonal Urban Reconstruction and Housing Agency - People's Housmg Partnership Trust
Housing Equity ................................................................................... Eradicate discrimination and unfair practices to do with access to housing finance, by implementing and administering the Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Act (Act No. 63 of 2000) (HLAMDA) and its regulations
Housmg Development Funding .............................................................. Fund national housing programmes in terms of the Housing Act (Act No. 107of 1997)
Of which Conditional Grants to Provinces - Housing Subsldy
and Affairs im: To provide an equitable and sustainable land ispensation that
promotes social and economic development
Admmistration ................................................................................. Provide strategic and logistical support in the form of executive and corporate services
R'000
421 5:
4 848 94
66 8:
22 I f
152 47
92 24
5 61
4 509 64
1788 15
187 43
Current Transfers Capit' Payments Payme
R O O 0 R'000 R'OO(
47 870 340 033 32
340 000
196 847
65 100
21 683
32 350
36 447
5 331
35 936
4 649 140
76
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115 540
55 578
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4 473 597
670 126 1 086 327 31
171 147 225 16
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Surveys and Mapping ......................................................................... Provrde national mapping, aerial photography and other imagery and national control survey systems in support of national infrastructure and sustarnabie development. Provide technical services to reach land reform targets
Cadastral Surveys ............................................................................. Provide cadastral survey control and information services
Restitution ........................................................................................
accordance with the provisions of the Restitution of Land Rights Act (Act Take responsibility for the settlement of land restitutron claims in
No. 22 of 1994), and provide support to beneficiaries Of which - Restitution Grants
Land Reform ..................................................................................... Take responsibiiity for the provision of sustainable land redistribution programmes, tenure securrty for all owupiers of land rn South Africa, public land information, and the rnm-igement of state land
Of which - Land Reform Grants - KwaZulu-Natal lngonyama Trust Board - Khula Land Reform Credit Facility
Spatial Planning and Information ...........................................................
information Provide for land use management systems, spatial plans and spatial
Auxiliary and Associated Services ......................................................... Augment the Registration of Deeds Trading Account, acquiring vehicles
a contribution to the Public Sector Education and Training Authority for departmental use and departmental capital works, and providing for
(PSETA) Of which
- Public Sector Education and Training Authority - Registration of Deeds Trading Account
nerals and Energy rn: To formulate and implement an overall minerals and energy policy in
order to ensure the optimum utilisation of mineral and energy resources
Admtnistration .................................................................................. Provide support to the Department and its management
Of which - Leave Payments
Promotlon of Mine Health and Safety ..................................................... Has a statutory mandate to protect the health and safety of mine employees and people affected by mining activitles
Of which -Mine Health and Safety Council
Mineral Development ..........................................................................
mining industry for the benefit of a// South Africans Transform and promote sustainable development in the minerals and
Of which - Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Ltd
R'000 72 7,
82 5
933 2:
473 71
19 21
19 1:
1 934 4!
92 4'
99 6
159 8
Current Transfers Capital
Payments Payments
R O O 0 R'000 WOO0 68 213
76 396
156218
163 787
19 143
15 222
73
172
775 41 2
775 236
309 119
308 028 900
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85 436 1 931 5 05
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Energy Management ........................................................................... Energy Management develops all energy resources and promotes the opbmum utilisation thereof to maximise their contribution to social and economic development
Associated Services ............................................................................ Provide related setvices in support of the Department's mandate through the funding of statutory bodies and organisations
Of which -National Nuclear Regulator -Electricity Distribution Industry Holdings Company - S A Nuclear Energy Corporation Ltd.
-Assistance to Mines - Eskom
-Council for Mmeral Technology -Council for Geosclences
- Integrated Natlonal Electrification Programme Conditional Grant to Local Government
rade and Industry im: To lead and facilitate access to sustainable economic activity and
employment for all South Africans through its understanding of the economy, its knowledge of economic opportunities and potential and its anticipation of the future. The department also aims to catalyse economic transformation a d 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 f an adaptive economy characterised by accelerated economic growth, employment creation and greater equity by 2014
Administration .................................................................................. Provide strategic leadership to the departmenf and associated entities and facilitate the successful implementation of the department's mandate
Of which - Industrial Development Corporation: Fund for Research into
- Sector Education and Training Authority -Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Delight Project - National Supplies Procurement Fund - Integrated Business Register - Government Motor Transport
Industrial Development, Growth and Equity
International Trade and Economic Development ........................................ Develop trade and investment links with key economies globally, and promote economic development, through negotiating preferential trade agreements, supporting a strong and equitable multilateral trading system, and fostering economic integration with the continent within the Nepad framework
Of which -World Trade Organisation - Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons - Protechnik Laboratories - International Trade Administration Commission - Development Bank of Southern Africa: Regional Spatial
Development Initiatives
Enterprlse and Industry Development ..................................................... Provide leadership in the development of policies and strategies that create an enabling environment for competitiveness, equity and enterprise development
Of which -Council for Sclentific and Industrial Research - Research
- National Manufacturing Advisory Centre Coordinating Body contribution
R'000
73 6:
1 509 01
2 040 4i
236 14
97 go
1 015 87
Current Transfers Capital Payments Payments
R'000 R'000 ROO0
73 552 71
1 509 013
8 067 54 000 179 901 81 9 829 33 401 88 632 77 606
247 577
639 161 2 195 593
222 61 7 7 244
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348 326
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- National Research Foundation. Technology and Human
- Industrial Development Corporation: Support Programme
- Godisa Trust: Technology Incubator Development - Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research:Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: Technology
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: National
- South African Bureau of Standards - Research contribution - South African National Accreditation System - Council for Scientific Industrial Research: National Measuring
- South African Bureau of Standards - Small Business
- National Productlvity Institute: Workplace Challenge - Khula - Ntsika Enterprise Promotion Agency - South African Women's Empowerment Network - Development Bank of Southern Africa: Community Public
- National Empowerment Fund - United Natlons Industrial Development Organisation - Environmental Support Fund -Cluster development projects - National Co-operatives Association of Southern Africa
Consumer and Corporate Regulation ............... ................................
Research for Industry Programme
for Industrial Innovation
Transfer Centre
Transfer Capital Guarantee Fund
Venture Capital
for Women In Business
Cleaner Production Centre
Standards
Technical Consulting
Private Partnership
Develop and implement coherent, predictable and transparent regulatory solutions that provide access to redress for investors, inventors and consumers and provide pol~cy coherence and certainty. and efffcient regulatory services for business
Of which - National Gambling Board -Competition Commission - South African Bureau of Standards: Trade Metrology - Micro-Finance Regulatory Council -World Intellectual Property Organisation - Companies and Intellectual Property Registration Office
The Enterprise Organisation ....................................... ....................... Stimulate and facilitate the development of sustainable competitive enterprises through the efficient provision of effective and accessible supply-side incentive measures
Of which - Small and Medium Manufacturmg Development Programme -Taxi Recapitalisatlon Allowance Scheme - Manufacturing Development Programme Incentives - Critical Infrastructure Programme - Coega Development Corporatlon - East London Development Corporation -Other Critical Infrastructure Programme Projects
- industrial Development Zones -Tax Hohday Scheme - Competitiveness Fund - Sector Partnership Fund - Enterprise Development - Export Market and Investment Assistance - Black Business Supplier Development Programme - Micro-Investor Fund
R'000
130 4t
943 21
Current Payments Transfers
Capital Payments
R'000 R'000 R'000
135 000
48 654 a3 ooo
2 000
2 000
10 000
6 000
1 000
6 000 98 099
32 a60
2 000 7 000
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28 177
47 75a93 345
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60 300 40 000
119700 15 000
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343 291 112 000
1 1
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2 11
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Act No. 15,2004 APPROPRIATION ACT, 2004
Trade and Investment South Africa ........................................................ Provide strategic vision and direction to key growth sectors in the economy, increase the level of direct investment flow and develop South Africa's capacity to export to various markets
Of which - Export Consultancy Trust Funds:
-International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
-International Finance Corporation -Youth internship Programme - Export Credit Insurance Corporation -Council for Scientific and industrial Research:Maritime
- Industrial Development Corporation: South African Capital
(World Bank)
Industry Project
Goods Feasibility Study Fund
Marketlng ................................................................................ Promote increased and eyoandeci .?ivart?ness of the department by effectively branding and packaging '+s prcducts and services. Ensure customer access through effcient distribution channels
'ansport im: To establish a national transport system that enables national, provinnal
and local provision of efficient, affordable and fully integrated infrastructure and services that best meet the needs of transport users and promote economic and social development while b ing environmentally and economically sustainable
Administration .................................................................................. Provide proactive cost-effective support services to increase the efficiency of the department and Miflisfry, and to strategically lead and manage the provision of fleet management services to government
Of which - University of Pretoria - University of Natal - Rand Afrikaanse University - University of Stellenbosch - Leave gratuity
Transport infrastructure ................................................................... Provide leadership in the provision of transport infrastructure, which supports equitable economic, social and regional development in line with national strategic objectives
Of which -South African National Roads Agency Ltd
Land Transport Regulation and Safety ..................................................... Create an enabling environment for oad and rail safety, by co- ordinating the activities of the different spheres of government, and
land transport regulators developing appropriate mandates and monitoring mechanisms for the
Of which -Railway Safety Regulator -Road Traffic Management Corporation
Transport Policy ........................................................................... formulate and continually review transport policy, develop cross - cutting strategic options for decis/on-making, and monitor the impact of transport poiicies and strategies
R O O 0 348 01
7fi 7:
6 759 01
76 75
1 472 3E
255 45
38 7;
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Paymt
R'000 R'000 R'OC 131 425 215755
4 000 4 000 7 600
200 000
1
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7q 1122 23
498 849
68 813
13313
229 072
38 496
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Aviation and Maritime Transport ........................................................... Create an enabling environment for the aviation and maritime sectors, and develop appropriate mandates and monitoring mechanisms for air and maritime transport public entities
Of which - South African Civil Aviation Authority - South African Maritime Safety Agency - Maritme Rescue Coordination Centre - National Sea Rescue lnstltute -Membership fees: International Maritime Organisation - Membership fees: Cospas Sarsat Contribution - Membership fees: Indian Ocean Memorandum of Understanding - Membership fees: International Civil Aviation Organisation -Membership fees: African Civil Aviation Commission
Public Transport Operations ................................................................ Develop practices and norms, which w?' increase access to appropriate and quality publlc tra,qmrt which 7)eefs the socio-economic needs of bofh rural and urban ,7assengers
Of which
-South African Rail Commuter Corporation - Bus subsidies -Taxi: Santaco
Transport Planning ......................................................................... Put in place national guidelines and standards for the development of transport plans to ensure the provision of adequate and appropriate public transport services and infrastructure, based on user needs
Of which - SA National Roads Agency Ltd: Bicycle Project -Urban Transport Fund
Road Traffic Infringements ................................................................... Facilitate the administrative adjudication of road traffic transgressions to reduce the road traffic offence rate and create a safer environment for road users
later Affairs and Forestry imt To ensure the availability and supp/y of water at a national level to
facilitate equitable and sustainable social and economic development; ensure the universal and efficient supp/y of water services at local level; and promote the sustainable management of forests
Administratlon .................................................................................. Provide financial, human resource, information and management services, and general administrative support to the Department
Water Resource Management ............................................................... Ensure that the country's water resources are protected, used, developed, conserved, managed and controlled in a sustainable and equitable manner for the benefit of all people
Of which -Water Trading Account - Equipment Trading Account - Irrigation Board Subsidies - Dam Owners Subsidy
Water Services ............................................................................. Ensure that all people living in South Africa have access to adequate, safe, appropriate and affordable water and sanitation services, use water wisely and practise safe sanitation
Of which - Augmentation of the Water Trading Account Conditional Grants to Local Government -Water Services Operating and Transfer Subsidy - Implementation of Water Services Projects
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4 709 841
83 34:
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3 302 14r
252 76:
1 365 755
1 333 77.
Payments Current Transfers Capital
Payments
R'000 R O O 0 woo0 95 646 21 491 3t
6 028 6 894 3 874
525 820 270 180
2 300 600
13 145 4 696 590 11
2 158 040 2 528 550
10 000
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238 436 425 13 90
454 31 6 548 6 362 89
51 4 580 2 535
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309 024 1 02239 2 3!
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858 334 160 279
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I Forestry ..................................................................................... Promote the conservation of plantation and indigenous forests, and their commercial nd community use, to achieve optimal social nd economic benefits. Promote rural development through policy development, regulation, facilitation, and monitoring and evaluation
Of whfch - industrial Plantation Trading Account
rOTAL
R'000 349 851
150 291 025
Payments Current Transfers Capital
Payments I 343 330
= 64 109 855 81 007 595 5 173 575