Adjustments Appropriation Act

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Adjustments Appropriation Act [No. 37 of 2003]


Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Vol. 462 Cape Town 8 December 2003 No. 25822
THE PRESIDENCY No. 1785 8 December 2003
It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 37 of 2003: Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2003.

2 No. 25822 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 8 DECEMBER 2003
Act No. 37.2003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2003
(English text signed by the President.) (Assented to 4 December 2003.)
ACT To appropriate adjusted amounts of money for the requirements of the State in respect of the financial year ending 31 March 2004.
E IT ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, as B follows:- Appropriation of adjusted amounts of money for requirements of State
1. Subject to the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. I of 1999), there are hereby appropriated out of the National Revenue Fund for the requirements of the State 5 in respect of the financial year ending on 3 1 March 2004, the adjusted amounts of money shown in the Schedule.
Short title
2. This Act is called the Adjustments Appropriation Act, 2003
4 No. 25822 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 8 DECEMBER 2003
Act No. 37,2003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2003
SCHEDULE Details of vote
VO. Title
1 The Presidency Aim: The aim of The Presidency is to pronde effective administrative
management ar 'd support for the President and Deputy President, to facilitate the fulf,lling of their executive responsibilities In Ilne mth the Constitution
1 Administration ..............................................................................
2 Support Services to the President and Deputy Presldent .......................
3 Cabinet Office .............................................................................
4 Pol~cy Co-ordlnatiori .....................................................................
2 Parliament Aim: The aim of Parliament is to provide the support services requrred by
Parliament to :ulfil its constitutional functions, to assist political parties represented In Parliament to secure admhstratwe support and service constituents, and to pronde Members of Parliament with the necessary facilities
1 Administration .............................................................................
3 Associated Service,; .................................................................. Of which Transfers - Politlcal Party Support - Party Leaclershlp Support
3 Foreign Affairs Am: The Departmen! of Foreign Affairs is responsible for the formulation,
co-ordination, implementation and management of South Africa's foreign pohcy and international relations programmes throughout the world
1 Adminstratlon ..............................................................................
2 Foreign Relatlons ..........................................................................
3 Public Diplomacy and Protocol ..........................................................
4 Foreign Properties ......................................................................
5 Auxiliary and Associated Servlces ............................... Of which
-New Economic Partnership for Africa's Development Transfers
- Reglonal Food Assistance
4 Home Affairs Aim: The aim of the L)epartment of Home Affairs is to protect and regulate
respect of their individual status, identity and specific rights and the interests of the inhabitants of the Republic of South Africa, in
powers, and to promote a supporting service to this effect
1 Adminlstratlon ...........................................................................
2 Services to Cltizens ....................................................................... Of whch Earmarked Funds - Electronic Document Management System
3 Mlgration .....................................................................................
4 Auxillary and Associated Servlces ...................................................... Of which
-Capital works Earmarked Funds
t
Total per Vote and Mam Divlsion
R'000 1 244
500
(1 000
( 480
2 224
11 950
4 929
7 021
85 024
3 375
(76 622
116
53 155
105 000
161 635
12 140
58 768
63 433
27 294
ails of adjustec
Current
WOO0 3 284
2 900
(1 360
( 480
2 224
11 950
4 929
7 021
7 021 5 567 1 454
23 869
3 375
(84 622
116
105 000
105 000 5 000
100 000
132 729
11 140
58 768
62 821
CaDitai
R O O 0 (2 04C
(2 40C
36(
61 155
8 ooc
53 155
28 906
1 ooc
612
27 294
Specifically and
spproprlated exciusweiy
R'000
19 692
27 294
1
6 No. 25822 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 8 DECEMBER 2003
Act No. 37,2003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT. 2003
Details of vote
Title
'rovincial and Local Government ,dm.' The aim of the Department of Provinclai and Local Government IS to
develop and promote a natlonai system of integrated and co-
government operatwe governance, and to support provincial and iocal
Administration .............................................................................
Governance and Deveiopment ........................................................
lnstitutlonal Reform and Support ..................................................... Of whlch Transfers -Local Government Equltable Share Conditlonal lirant to Provinces - Dlsaster Management
- Muncipal !Systems Improvement Programme Condltlonal Grant to Local Government
Auxiliary and Assoclated Services ............................................... Of whlch Transfers -Commission for the Promotlon and Protection of Rights of
Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities
ublic Works im: The aim of tho Department of Public Works is to provide and
manage, In accordance with prescribed standards and drecbves, the accommodation, housmg, land and Infrastructure needs of national
services to mmage the poverty aliewation programme and to departments, as well as to render associated and supporting
promote the trarsformatfon of the construction Industry
Admlnistration ..............................................................................
Provision of Land and Accommodation ..........................................
National Publlc Works Programme .................................................
overnment Communication and Information System (GCIS) im: The a m of the ( X I S IS to provide a comprehensive communication
service on behalf of Government to facilitate the involvement of the majonty of South Africans In the process of governance, reconstruchon and development, nation building and reconcihahon
Adminlstration .............................................................................
Policy and Research ....................................................................
Government and Medta Llalson .......................................................
Provincial and Local Liaison ...........................................................
Communicatton Service Agency ......................................................
I
Total per Vote and Main Division
R'000 67 23C
10 775
(5511
60 43E
1 528
185 285
682
184 559
44
2 051
1 424
193
( 1 226
( 768,
2 428
tails of adjustet
Current
R'000 66 727
10 362
( 5 587
60 457
34 687 6 899
27 213
575
1 495
( 1 000
( 1 000;
1252 197
682
1 251 471
44
1 809
1 325
165
( 1 309)
( 800)
2 428
ppropriation
Capital
R'000 5
4
(
(1 066 9
(1 066 9
2
Speciflcaliy and
approprlated exclusively
ROO0
8 No. 25822 GOVERNMENT GAZEITE, 8 DECEMBER 2003
Act No. 37,2003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2003
Title
Itionat Treasury m: The aim of t,9e Natlonal Treasury IS to promote economic
development, good governance, social progress and nsing living standards through accountable, economic, efficient, equitable and sustainable public finances
Administration ..............................................................................
Economic Planning and Budget Management ..................................... Of whlch Transfers - PDF Tradtng Account - Human Science Research Council (HSRC) - Flnmark Trust
Asset and Llablllty Management ....................................................
Financial Management and Systems ........................................
Financial Accounting and Reporting ............................................. Of whlch
- Auditor-General Transfers
Provlncial and Local Government Transfers ..................................... Of whlch Transfers
- Local Government Restructunng Condltlonal Grant to Local Government
Civil and Military Pensions, Contributions to Funds and Other Benefits ..... Of which Transfers - Provldent f-unds for Associated lnstltutlons - United Kln!gdom Tax - Military Pelisions: Ex-Setvicemen - SA Cittzen Force - Civil protection
Fiscal Transfers .............................................................................. Of whlch Transfers - Lesotho arld Namibia - Secret Sewices Account
lbllc Enterprises ,,n: The aim of the Department of Pubbc Enterprises is to direct and
manage the accelerated restructuring of state-owned enterprises to maximise shareholder value
Administration .............................................................................
Restructuring of State-Owned Enterprises ......................................... Of whch
- Diabo Trust Transfers
- Khullsa Trmt
Performance MonitcNrlng and Strategic Analysts ...................................
T
Total per Vote and Main Division
R'000 820 985
9 50E
5 67C
13 234
115
222 91 E
420 OOC
149 547
27 923
4 16!
28 5 4
(4 78s
ails of adjustec
Current
R'000 809 323
( 29
5 317
6 374 6 000
200 174
( 862
12 818
( 385
3 027 3 027
222 91 5
224 000
224 000
420 002
(113323
525 ( 727
(44 090 (69 031
149 547
149 547 147 000
2 547
27 923
4 16:
28 54;
8 34: 4 50: 3 83;
(4 782
Capttal
R'000 11 661
9 53;
35:
86:
411
50(
Speciflcally and
ipproprlated exclusively
R'000
1
10 No. 25822 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 8 DECEMBER 2003
Act No. 37,3003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT. 2003
I Details of vote
Tttle
Public Service and Administration A m : The aim of the Department of Public Servlce and AdminIstraOon IS to
lead the modermsation of the pubiic service by assistmg government departments to implement theu management poimes, systems and structural soiuticsns, within a generally appkcabie framework of norms and standards, IO order to Improve sewlce delivery
1 Admtnlstratton ...........................................................................
2 Integrated Human Resources .....................................................
3 Information and Tec:hnology Management .................................
4 Sewlce Deiwery Imxovernent ...................................................
5 Ant]-Corruptlon .............................................................
Public Service Comnlission Aim: The a m of the Public Service Commission IS to promote the
constitutional values and pnncipies of pubiic adminstration in the Public Servlce
1 Administrat~on ...........................................................................
Z Human Resource Management and Labour Relations ..........................
3 Good Governance and Service Dellvery ..........................................
South African Management Deveiopment Institute 4lm: The a m of the South African Management Deveiopment Institute IS
to provide practical, client driven, organisationai development interventions thsst lead to unproved performance and servlce delivery in the pubic sector
1 Administration ...................................................................
2 Public Sector Organisational and Staff Development ............................. Of whlch Transfers -Augmentation of Tralning Tradlng Account
Statistics South Afric:a 4im: The aim of Statmcs South Africa is to collect, process, anaiyse and
disseminate high quality offinal and other statsbcai data and Information and co-ordmate the nabonai stabstics system in support of economlc growth, sooo-economrc development, democracy and good governanc,.
I Adminlstratlon .....................................................................
? Economlc and Soclal Statistics ...................................................
3 Populat~on Census ;and Statlst~cs ..............................................
I Statlsttcal Methodology and Integration ...................................
5 Stattstical Support and lnformat~cs ....................................
L
Total per Vote and Main Dlvtsion
WOO0 17 002
4 884
14 322
(2 184
300
( 320
( 39
( 42
81
2 210
(2 210
684
(2 778;
(3 386:
12 756
( 478:
(5 430:
Current
R'000 15 977
4 222
14 189
(2 393
279
( 320
( 895:
( 934
( 42
81
2 210
(2 210:
(1 396: (1 396:
437
285
(3 050:
12 472
( 4781
(8 792)
ppropriation
Capital
R'000 1 025
662
133
209
21
895
895
247
(3 063:
( 336:
284
3 362
Speclflcaliy and
appropriated exclustvely
R'000
12 No. 25822 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. 8 DECEMBER 2001
Act No. 37,2003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2003
Title
t s and Culture m: The aim of the Department of Arts and Culture IS to realise the full
potentfal of arts, culture and language fn social and economfc development anm9 to promote the diverse heritage of our nation
Admtnistratlon ..............................................................................
Arts, Culture and Language In Soclety ............................................
Transfers Of whfch
- Windybrow Theatre - Financial Assistance Projects. Arts and Culture - Financlal Assistance Projects: Natlonal Language Services
Cultural Development and International Relations ............................... Of whfch Transfers -Poverty Relief. lnvestlng In Culture Programme - Promote arts and culture internationally - National Film and Vldeo Foundatlon
Hentage, Natlonal Archives and National Library Services ..................... Of which Transfers - National Heritage Council - Nelson Mandela Museum: Urntata - Khoi-San Project - Freedom Park: Pretoria - Promotion of Heritage
-Transformation: Library Services - Financlal Assistance Projects: Natlonal Archives
- Capital Works
lucation n: The afm of the Department of Education is to develop, maintain and
support a South Afrfcan educatfon and framing system for the 21st century
Adrnmistration ......................................................................... Of which
-Sector Education and Tralning Authority Transfers
Planntng and Monitoring ................................................................
Earmarked Funds Of whfch
- Thuba Makote - Financial Management and Quality Enhancement in Education
General Educatlon .................................................................. Of whfch Transfers -Guidance, Counselling and Youth Development Centre for
Conditlonal Grant to Provinces - HIV/Aids Earmarked Funds - Flnancial Management and Quality Enhancement in Education
Africa: Malawi
Further Education and Tralnlng. ................................................ Of which Transfers - Umalusi
- Flnanclal Management and Quallty Enhancement in Educatlon Earmarked Funds
iigher Education .......................................................................
~ ~~ ~~
I
Total per Vote and Mam Dlvision
R'000 28 623
8 525
(2 045
5 543
16 600
11 748
2 663
(23 389
31 387
1163
ails of adjuste
Current
R'000 54 20'
7 lo!
(2 04t
34' 891
(2 04t 2 60(
5 07:
4: 2s
101z (1 OO(
44 06t
36 29: (6 16: 1 105
40 35: 1 65:
( 40C 74'
(1 OOC
15 50f
( 2oc
21 21
(15 091
31 125
11 19s
52
11 147
334
1 40C 1 40C
( 662
Capital
R'000 (25 571
1 42(
47(
(27 46E
(27 96E
(15 60s
(12 35s
(3 758
2 862
(8 298
262
829
586 i
1 Speciflcally
and
approprtatec excluslvely
R'000
(20 404 (9 375
11 375
(2 000
14 No. 25822 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. 8 DECEMBER 2001
Act No. 37,2003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT. 2003
Title
ealth m: The a m of the Department of Health is to promote the health of all
people In South Afrca through a canng and effectwe natlonal health system based on the pnmary health care approach
Admmistration .............................................................
Strategic Health Programmes ..................................................... Of whch
- HIV/Alds (Non-Governmental Organisations) Transfers
-South Afrlcan Nationai Aids Councll - Dira Sengwe
Health Service Delivery .......................................................... Of whlch Transfers - Medical Legal - Natlonal Council for persons with Physical Dsabiiitles
abour im: The a m of the Department of Labour IS to play a slgnlflcant role in
programmes developed In consultation with role-players, aimed at reducing unemployment, poverty and mequality through policies and
improved economic efffciency and productivity, skills development and employment creabon, sound labour relations, eliminating inequality and discrimnation in the workplace, alleviating poverty In the workplace, as well as employment, and the protecbon and enhancement of worker rights and benefits
Administratlon ......................................................................
Occupatlonal Health and Safety of Persons ..........................................
Social Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of whlch
-Unemployment Insurance Fund Transfers
Employment and Skills Development Services ...................................
Labour Relations ..................................................................... Of whrch Transfers - Cornmlssion for Concillatlon, Medlatlon and Arbltration
Labour Pohcy ........................................................................
Service Delivery ...............................................................................
Auxiliary and Associated Services ...................................................... Of whlch
- Natlonal Economic Development and Labour Councll Transfers
T c
Total per Vote and Main Divlslon
R'000 135 175
72
108 382
26 721
(236 951
27 716
(13410
(250 000
(25 666:
5 001
844
9 819
8 745
ails of adjustel
Current
R'000 134 41:
108 38;
10 567 1 175
(1 0 ooc 61;
26 037
15 1OC 15 OOC
1 oc
(215 361
31 86E
(13410
(250 000
(250 000 (250 000
(21 409
5 504
2 975 2 975
101c
22 331
8 745
150 150
Capital
R'OOO 75
7
68
(21 591
(4 15:
(4 25;
( 50:
( 16f
(1251:
1 Speciflcally
and
approprlated exclusively
A'Oflf l ~. -
16 No. 25322 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 8 DECEMBER 2009
Act No. 37,2003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT, 2003
Details of vote T
Tltle
Zience and Technology im: The Department of Science and Technology seeks to realise the full
potential of science and technology in social and economlc development, through t e development of human resources, research and Innovation
Administration ............................................................................. Of which
- Natlonal Advlsory Council on lnnovatlon Transfers
Technology for Development .............................................................. Of whch Transfers -Technology Planning and Diffusion - Indigenous Knowledge Systems -Technology for Poverty Allevlatlon
International Co-operatlon and Resources ............................................... Of which Transfers -Global Science
Government Science and Technology System .......................................... Of which Transfers -Academy of Science of South Afrlca
Science and Technology for Competltiveness .......................................... Of which
-Biotechnology Strategy Transfers
-Public Science and Youth - Science Themes
,cia1 Development m: The aim of the Department of Social Development IS to enable the
poor, the vulnerable and the excluded withln South Afrlcan society to secure a better life for themselves, in partnership with them and with all those who are committed to building a canng society
Admlnistration .........................................................................
Social Security Policy and Planning ................................................
Grant Systems and Administratlon ................................................. Of which Transfers Conditional Grant to Provinces -Child Support Grant Extension
Welfare Services Transformation ...................................................
Development Implementation Support ............................................... Of which Transfers - National Councils Conditional Grant to Provinces - Non-Governmental Organisations
Population and Development .....................................................
[
Total per Vote and Main Division
R'000 7 270
7 847
1 228
200
(2 005
110 696
5 595
4 348
97 326
700
1510
1217
ails of adjuste
Current
R O O 0 6 17(
(4 ooc (4 001
7 84i
7 84i 9 29i 1 35(
(2 80C
1 22E
1 22E 1 22E
( 30C
2oc 201
(2 605
(2 005 1 44s
4E (3 50C
108 471
4 922
4 02:
96 62f
100 ooc
100 ooc
58C
1 324
1010 210
800
997
Capital
R'OOO 1 1oc
50C
60C
2 224
672
325
70C
120
186
220
Speciflcally and
appropriated excluswely
R'000
ppropriation
_ _ 1
)
1
__
I
-
1
I8 No . 15x17 GOVERNMENT G.-\ZETTh. X DECE\lHIK NO.?
Act No. 37, 1003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT. 2003
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No. I Title 20 Sport and Recreation South Africa
Am: .'he aim of Sport and Flecreabon South Africa IS to tmprove the
and recreation in the country. and through the partlcipahon of south qual!ty of Qfe of all South Afrlcans by promotmg particpatton in sport
African sportspersons and teams in international sportmg events
1 Adnllnlstration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 Funding. Poltcy and Llalson ................................................. Of which Transfers -South African Sports Commlsslon - South Afrlcan lnstltute for Drug-Free Sport - Macro Bodles. Natlonal Federations and Recreation Providers
3 Butltllng for Sport and Recreatlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers Condltlonal Grant to Local Government - Sport and Recreatton Facllltles
21 Correctional Services A m l h e aim of the Department of Correcbonai Services IS to contribute
towards maintaining and protecting a just, peaceful and safe society by enforcing court-imposed sentences. detamng prisoners in safe CJStOdy and promoting the Social responsibility and human development of ail prisoners and persons subject to community c,)rrectlons
1 Admlntstratlon . . . . . . . . .
2 lncarceratlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers - Gratuttles lo prtsoners
3 Rehabllltatlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4 Comtnuntty Correcttons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................
5 Faclllty Management and Capltal Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
!2 Defence Aim. The aim Of the Department of Defence IS lo defend and protect the
Rt?public of South Afrca. its temtonal integrity and 11s people in accordance with the Consbtut~on and the principles of lnternatlonal law regulatmg the use of force
1 Admlrllstratlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 Landward Defence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 Alr DEfence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4 Marltlrne Defence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....................
5 Mllltary Health Support ........................................................
6 Defen:e lntelllgence ...................................................................
7 Jolnt Support ......................................................... Of which Transfers -Armaments Corporatlon of South Afnca Ltd
8 Command and Control ............................................
9 Spec161 Defence Account ........................ Of which
- Special Defence Account Transfers
I
Total per Vote an Main D~viston
R'000 36
6
2 6
3:
(156 55
(8 43
59 4E
32 16
1 85
(184 38
(57 26
(250 078
13 93(
16 75:
14 67;
2 06:
2 47i
(7 62C
28 53c
506 999
(827 889
ails of adjust
Current
R'000 2 87
3c
2 61
3 39 2 1c 2 oc ( 7 1
13
33
33
37 78
(3 07:
50 51:
83: 83:
31 89(
1 77:
13 78;
(57 1 O i
(251 891
13 930
16 753
14 677
2 069
2 477
(7 620:
26 713
30 000 30 000
506 999
(827 889)
(827 889) (827 889)
Capltal
R'000 7s
3 i
E
3E
(1 94 38
(5 36:
8 951
27:
8J
(198 17:
(151
1817
1817
1 Spectflcally
and
approprlatec exclusively
R'OOO
Act No. 37. .2003 ADJUSTMENTS APPROPRIATION ACT. 2003
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ndependent Complaints Directorate 4lm The a m ot the Independent Complamts Drrectorate I S to investrgate
complarnts of mlsconduct and crlmmality allegedly cornmlned by r,lembers of the South Afrcan Polrce Sewrce and Muninpal Police Sewrces. and to propose reforms to reduce the incidence of the tehavrour that gwes rfse to such complafnts
1 Admlnlstratlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .., ....................................
? 1nve:;tlgatlon of Complaints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 Monttortng and Development ...................................................
Justicc, and Constltutional Development 4rm The a m of the Department of Justrce and Constitutronal
Cevelopment IS to uphold and protect the Consbtutron and the rule of lsw, and to render accesstble. fair, speedy and cosf-effective a8jm!nrstrabon of justice. rn the merests of a safer and more secure S w t h Afrlca
I Admmtstratton ................................................................
? Coun Servlces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 State Legal Servfces ........................................................
1 National Prosecutmg Authorlty .................................................
5 Auxlllary and Assoclated Servlces ......................................... Of whch Transfers -South African Human Rights Cornmlsslon - Commlsslon on Gender Equailty - Public Protector
Safety 2nd Security 4rm: T t e arm of the Department of Safety and Securlty is to prevent.
combat and lnvestlgate crme. malntaln publlc order. protect and secure the rnhabrtants of South Afrfca and thelr property, and uphold and enforce the law
I Admlrllstrallon ...............................................................
? Crime Prevention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 Operattonal Response Sewtces ..................................................
i Crlme lntelllgence .......................................................
i Protectlon Servlces ..........................................................
Total per Vote and Maln Dlvlsion
R'OOO 210
29
220
( 39
9 492
24 251
(35 780
(24 519
45 338
202
83 460
19 529
9 790
19 070
16 522
18 549
ails of adjustec
Current
R'000 1 275
429
85
761
(13 142
20 503
(29 347
(25 409
8 909
12 202
202 57
115 30
83 460
19 529
9 790
19 070
16 522
18 549
CaDttal
R'000 (1 065)
( 400:
135
[ 800:
22 634
3 748
(6 433:
890
36 429
( 12 000:
1 Spectflcally
and
appropriated excluslvely
R 000
Title
- 3ric11lture m The aim of the Department of Agriculture is to lead and support
wstainable agriculture and promote rural development through
.;kewed paflicipation and inequalrty ~n the sector, maximsing growth, snsuring access to suffioent. safe and nutrmous food: elminahng
~?mployment and income in agriculture. enhancrng the sustamable management of natural griculturai resources and ecological .;ystems, ensurmg effective and efflcient governance: and ensuring icnowledge and information management
Adnmstratlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Farrner Support and Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers - Ncera Farms (Pty) Ltd - Fmanclal Servlces and Co-operatwes Vdlage banks - Flood Rellef Scheme -Agricultural Dlsaster Management
Agricultural Trade and Busmess Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers - Natlonal Agrtcultural Marketing Councll - Natlonal Red Meat Producers Organlsation - Co-operatwe Development lnitlatwe
Agricultural Research and Eco omlc Analys~s . . . . . Of whrch
- lnternatlonal Conference of Agrlcultural Economists Transfers
Agricultural Productlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sustmable Resources Management and Use . , . . . . . . . . . Of which
- Agrlcultural Research Councll Transfers
Natlcnal Agricultural Regu atory Servlces.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Comlnunlcation and lnformatlon Management . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Proglarnme Plannlng, Mcnltorlng and Evaluatlcn . . . . . . . . . . . . .
lmrmlnications n. Tile aim of the Department of Communications IS to formulate pollcy
and ensure rts mplementation for the teiecommunications. postal arid broadcasting services and the control of transfers to the South Amcan Post Office. the South African Broadcasting Corporation, the
Electronic Media Institute of South Africa and the Universal Service In yependent Communications Authority of South Africa. the National
Agency
4dmmstratlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Telec,mmunlcations Pollcy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers - Multi Purpose Centres - Sector Education and Tralnlng Authorlty - Emergency Communlcatlons Fund -Advanced lnstltute for ICT
Posta Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transfers Of which
- South Afrcan Post Offlce Limlted: Public lnformatlon Terminals -South Afrlcan Post Office Lmted. Extenslon of services - South African Post Offlce Llmited: Post Office subsldy
Multi-FAedla Servlces Pollcy .................................................... Of which Transfers
- Independent Communlcatlons Authorlty of South Afrlca - South African Broadcastlng Corporation: TBVC States
T I
Total per Vote and M a r Divlslon
R'000 147 90:
4 327
116 047
2 43;
( 3 671
3 794
8 167
12 524
4 841
( 558
802 704
5 000
10 89€
737 104
49 704
ails of adjuste
Current
R'OOO 223 42:
! 5 20:
200 53'
205 52:
43E 8:
205 OOC
2 41E
4 36C 3 995
185 18C
( 3 821
20c 2oc
3 59E
8 16C
9 ooc 9 ooc
13 273
4 626
( 558
81 1 704
5 000
19 891
( 10 104 ! 2 ooc [ 2 104
( 6 OOC
737 104
734 50C [ 8 OOC ( 7 500
750 OOC
49 704
49 704 40 OOC
9 704
Caoltal
ppropriatlon
7 R'OOO ( 75 522
9 529
I 84 883
( 85 000
! 85 000
14
150
196
7
( 745
215
( 9 COO)
[ 5 000
( 9 000
( 9 000
Specifically and
approprtate: exclusively
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Details of vote c Title 28 Environmental Affairs and Tourism Arm: The a m of the Department of Environmental Affatrs and Tourrsm 12 sustafnable development for all to lead environmental management and tourtsm ~n the interest 0, 1 Ad!nlnlstratlon ........................................................................
2 En!lironmental Plannlng and Co-ordlnatlon .............................
3 Ma.lne and Coastal Management ............................................... Of whlch Transfers - Marme Llvmg Resources Fund
4 ToLrlsm ..............................................................................
5 Enblronmental Quallty and Protectlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of whfch Transfers - South Afrlcan Weather Servlce
6 B!o(ilverslty and Heritage ............................. Of whch Transfers - South Afrlcan Natlonai Parks - Pondoland
7 Aux hary and Associated Servtces .......................................... Of whfch Earmarked Funds - Poverty Relief- Prolect Management
- Housing Afm. :-he a m of the Department of Housmg is to detemtne, finance,
promote. co-ordmate. commun!cate and monftor the tmplementatfon of polfcy for housmg and human settlement
1 Adrlnlstratlon ...........................................................
? Houmg Pollcy Plannlng and Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which
- Habltat Foundallon Transfers
i Programme Management .................................. Of whch Transfers - First-Tlme Home Buyer Interest Subsldy Scheme
Houmg Sector Performance ......................................................... blonltors and assesses the rmpact of housmg dehvety
Of which Transfers - Servcon - South Afrlcan Housmg Trust - Natlonal Urban Reconstruction and Housing Agency
Comlnunlcatlon ...............................................................
Hous~ng Equity .....................................................................
Total per Vote ant Mam Division
R’000 56 2’
10 3(
(7 oc
2 2c
2 25
(5 00
53 46
(207 74!
601
4 35:
(21 2 70C
9 ?tails of adjustel Current
R’000 27 844
9 495
346
(7 000
13 000 13 000
2 170
1 649
(1 500) (1 500)
( 5)
21 189
(208 603)
399
( 192)
8 8
4 301
1 500 1 500
(212 695)
(215 000) (10 176)
(215 000) 10 176
I ro riation Capltal R’OOO
28 3 i
8C
( 34
3
60
(4 991
(5 001
(8 OO( 3 001
32 272
851
201
19;
54
15
6
410
Speclficall and
B X C I U S I V ~ I ~ approprlate
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- Details of vote
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-and Affairs 4im The Of the Department of Land Affairs IS to create an equitable
and sustainable land dispensation that promotes ocial and economic development
I A~lm~nlstrat~on .....................................
SidrveYs and Mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5 C,rdastral Surveys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I Rl?stttution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 nd Reform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of whfch Transfers - Land Reform Grants
S W a l Planning and lnformatlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ALxllialy and Associated Services . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers -Sector Educatton and Tratnlng Authority
. . .
C r a l s and Energy im The aim of the Department of Minerals and Energy IS to formulate
and Implement an overall minerals and energy policy in order to ensure the optimum utilisation of rnmeral and energy resources
Promotion of Mine Safety and Health . . . . . . . . . . Of whlch Transfers - Mme Health and Safety Counctl
Mineral Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers -Council for Mineral Technology
Energy Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers - National Electrhcatlon Programme (national) - Electrictty Bastc Service Support Tariff
- Eiectrificatton Programme Conditional Granl to Local Government
Assoclated Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of whlch Transfers - Pumplng of Water
Total per Vote and Main Divlston
R'000 15 88
13 29
(13 51
(1 931
(15 861
34 92
21(
(1 22:
17 26s
8 70C
812
10 898
4 459
(7 600)
?tails of adjust1
Current
R'OOO (28 98
1 1 67
(12 45'
( 1 931
(20 211
(4 44;
( 37s
(1 22:
(1 22: ( 1 22:
9 381
6 16E
565
4 238 4 238
10 898
500 500
( 248'
( 1 0 000) (7 940:
2 060
(8 000)
(8 000) 18 000)
appropriation
Capital
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44 86
I
1 61
( 1 05
4 35
39 36
39 32 39 32'
58'
7 881
2 53L
2 4 i
4 707
4 195 (4 051
8 246
400
SDecdlcalt\' and
appropriated exc1usivelv
R 000
Tltle
- rads? and Industry lm: The a m of the Department of Trade and Industry is to le
faohtale access to sustamable economlc actiwty and employr all South Africans through hlgher levels of mvestment, inc access for South Afrlcan products in mternaf!onal markets, create a falr. competitive and effment market place for dome! foreign busmesses as well as for consumers, in this ,+ Department contrrbutes to placmg the South Afrlcan econom, accelerated and shared growth path
Adnlnlstrallon .. .. ......... . .............. . . , . . . . . .................... Of which
-Sector Education and Tramng Authority Transfers
- Natlonal Supplies Procurement Fund - Integrated Busmess Reglster - Government Motor Transport
intwnatlonal Trade and Economlc Development ....................... Of whch Transfers - Organlsatlon for the Preventlon of Chemlcal Warfare - Organlsatlon for the Prohlbltlon of Chemlcal Weapons
- Reglonal Spatial Development Inltiatlves. Development - Protechnlk Laboratorw
Bank of Southern Afnca
Entsrprlse and Industry Development ..... ........ ...... ............_.,. Of whtch Transfers -Technology Incubator Development - UNlDO - South Afrlcan Natlonal Accredltatlon System - Councll for Sclentiflc lndustrlal Research: National
- Small Buslness Technlcal Consulting - Councll for Sclentiflc Industrial Research National
Cleaner Production - Envlronmenlal Support Fund -Workplace Challenge - Natlonal Empowerment Fund - Spatlal Development Inltlatlves: Development Bank of S(
Measurmg Standards
Afrlca
Consumer and Corporate Regulatlon ...... ...... .... . ...........__.
The Enterprlse Organlsatlon ................. .... .... ................. Of whch Transfers - Small and Medlum Manufacturmg Development Program - MDP lncentwes
- lndustrlal Development Zones - Crltlcal Infrastructure
-Tax Hohday Scheme - Competltweness Fund - Sector Partnershlp Fund -Sector Partnershlp Fund Trade Unlon Factllty - Micro Investors Fund - Enterprlse Development -Black Busmess Suppller Development Programme
Trade and Investment South Afrlca ......... .............. ............_.. Of which Transfers
-Youth lntershlp Programme - Trade and Investment South Afrlca
- Export Market and Investment Asslstance
- Export Credit Insurance Corporatlon -General Export Incentive Scheme
- International Bank of Reconstruction and Development: - South African Export Projects Consultancy Trust Fund
- lntematlonal Flnance Corporatlon World Bank
Total per Vote an( Mam Dwision
R'000 121 3E
(3 10
78
54 5 7
(4 271
61 86
(2 881
Current Capital
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tails of ad'usted a ro riation 7 15 370
13 106)
i 359) ( 357)
i 1) ( 1)
78 1
8 500 (3 000) 3 000
500
8 000
54 577
54 617 20 000
2 000 3 209
(1 500) 1 000
1 000 (1 000)
( 592) 55 500
(25 000)
(4 276)
(44 131)
(36 998) (22 000) (10000)
(5 000)
(1 5 000) (4 999)
(4 000) 1
20 000 (5 000) 9 000
(2 881)
49 360 31 000
(52 000) 10 200
41 000 16 000
( 1)
1 580 1 581
105
106 (
106 (
106 I
Specillcali, and
appropriate, exclusively
R'OOC
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-_ 3 1 i
1
2
3
4
-- AI W
1
2
3
4 1
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-
- Details of vote
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' Marketlng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers - Nedbank Golf Challenge 2003
Irm Jhe a m of the Department of Transport IS to facilitate the prov/s,on of an affordable safe and sustamable transport system. whlch IS responslve to the needs of transport Osers
Adnlnlstratlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...................... Of which Transfers - Capaclty development
Larid Transport Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of whlch Transfers
- Cross-Border Road Transport Agency -South Afrlcan Roads Agency Ltd
- Road Trafflc Operatlon POIICY and informallon Management - Admlnlstratlve Adjudlcatlon of Road Trafflc Offences - Overloadlng Control
Transport POIICY and Regulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of which Transfers - Pol~cy Development - Marltlme Rescue Coordlnatlon Centre
Putilc Transport and Plannlng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of whlch Transfers
- Rad Operations -Bus Operatlons
-Taxi Operatlons
ater Affairs and Forestry m The aim of the Department of Water Affavs and Forestry IS to ensure
Ihe avadablhty and supply of water on a nabonai level to ensure l?qurtable and effiCienf provlslon of wafer sewlces at local level and Io promote sustamabie forest management
-
Adnllnistratlon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wat?r Resource Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of whlch
- lrrlgatlon Board Subsldles Transfers
- Operatlons of Water Resources
Wat(?r Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of whlch
-Water Servlces Operattng Subsidy Grant Transfers
Condltlonai Grant to Local Government -0peratlon of Water Services Earmarked Funds - Basic Water and Sanltatlon infrastructure (capital)
Forestry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Of whlch Transfers - SAFCOL
TAL
Total per Vote ani Maln Dlvlslon
R'000 14 4(
130 72
1 03
26 46
30 55:
72 671
427 63i
48 921
137 467
168 125
73 124
2 639 711
tails of adjust
Current
R'000 14 4(
79 45
30
1 03 1 03
5 54
123 19
j 19 19 1 00
j 10 001 5 00'
1 43
3 55.
3 55'
72 171
66 671 38 001 16 30L 12 37(
727 63!
48 921
137 397
102 835 97 ooc 5 835
468 193
( 73
465 035
73 124
16 000 16 000
3 966 328
k o p r i a t i o n , Capltal
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-- 51 2
7
20 9:
20 O( 20 01
29 1 '
28 O( 28 O(
5c
-- ( 299 99
7
I 300 061
(1 326617