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Division of Revenue Act [No. 7 of 2003]


Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Vol. 454 Cape Town 17 April 2003 No. 24762
THE PRESIDENCY No. 537 17 April 2003 It is hereby notified that the President has
assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 7 of 2003: Division of Revenue Act, 2003.


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(English text signed by the President.) (Assented to 16 April 2003.)
ACT To provide for the equitable diyision of revenue anticipated to be raised nationally among the national, provincial and local spheres of government for the 2003/2004 financial year and the reporting requirements for allocations pursuant to such diyision; to permit the withh,olding and the delaying of payments in certain circumstances; to provide for liability for costs incurred in litigation in violation of the principles of co-operative governance and intergovernmental relations; to regulate the adoption of local government budgets; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
PREAMBLE
WHEREAS section 2 14( 1 of thc Constitution requires an Act of Parliament to provide for-
fa) the equitable division of revenue raised nationally among the national. prolincial and local spheres of ~ uovernment:
( h ) the determination of each province‘s equitable share of the provincial share of that revenue: and
( c i any other allocations t o provinces. local government or municipalities from the national government‘s share of that revenue. and any conditions on which those allocations may be made:
E IT THEREFORE ENACTED b! the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, as f o l 1 0 ~ ~ ~ ~ : -
Definitions
1. In this Act. unless the context indicates otherwise. a word to which a meaning has been assigned in the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 bears the same meaning.
“accredited bank account” means- ~ C I J in respcs of 2 province. the primary bank account of the pro\incial
Revenu- Fund. which the head official of the provincial treasury has certified to the National Treasury as the bank account into which allocations in terms of this Act must be deposited; and
( h / in respect of a municipality. the primary bank account of a municipality. which the municipal manager has certified to the national accounting officer responsible for local government as the bank account into which allocations i n terms of this Act must be deposited;
“Director-General” means the Director-General of the National Treasury: “head official of the provincial treasury” means the head of the provincial department responsible for financial matters in the province: “Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Act” means the Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Act. 1’997 (Act No. 97 of 1997); “municipality” means a municipality established in terms of the Municipal Structures Act; “municipal accounting officer” means the municipal manager Of a municipality; “Municipal Structures Act” means the Local Government: hfunicipal Structures Act, 1998 (Act No. 117 of 1998);
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(viii) “Municipal Systems Act” means the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act No. 32 of 2000)
(ix) “next financial gear” means the financial year commencing on 1 April 2004 and ending on 3 1 March 2005;
(x) “payment schedule” means an instalment schedule which sets out- 5 (a ) the amount of each instalment of an equitable share or any other
allocation to be transferred to a province or municipality for the financial year;
(b / the date on which each such instalment must be paid; and (cl to whom, and to which accredited bank account, each such instalment 10
must be paid; (xi) “prescribe” means prescribe by regulation in terms of section 33 ;
(xii) “Public Finance Management Act” means the Public Finance Management
(xiii) “receiving officer” means- 15 Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999);
( a ) in respect of a Schedule 4 allocation transferred to a province, the head official of a provincial treasury;
Ib/ in respect of a Schedule 5 allocation transferred to a province, the accounting officer of a provincial department which receives such allocation; or 20
(c) in respect of a Schedule 6 and 6A allocation transferred to a municipality, the municipal accounting officer of that municipality;
(xi\.) “transferring national officer” means the accounting officer responsible for a national department which transfers to a province or municipality a Schedule 5 , 6 or 6A allocation, but excludes the accounting officer of the 25 National Treasury in respect of an allocation listed in those Schedules and which is on the vote of the National Treasury; and
(x\) “transferring provincial officer” means the accounting officer responsible for a provincial department which receives a Schedule 4, 6 or 6A allocation for the purpose of transfemng it to a municipality in the relevant province. 30
PART I
OBJECTS OF ACT
Promoting co-operative governance in intergovernmental budgeting
2. The objects of this Act are t o - ( a ) provide for the equitable division of revenue raised nationally among the three 35
spheres of government; i h ) promote co-operative governance and principles of intergovernmental rela-
tions on budgetary matters; (c) promote better co-ordination between policy. planning, budget preparation
and execution processes: 40 i d / promote predictability and certainty in respect of all allocations io provincial
and local governments in order that such governments may plan their budgets over a multi-year period;
( e ) promote transparency and equity in all allocations, including in respect of the criteria for their division; 45
cf) promote accountability for the use of public resources by ensuring that all transfers are reflected on the budgets of benefiting provincial and local governments; and
(g) ensure that legal proceedings between organs of state of the three spheres of government are avoided. 50
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PART I1
EQUITABLE SHARE ALLOCATIONS
Equitable division of revenue anticipated to be raised nationally among spheres of government
3. (1 ) Revenue anticipated to be raised nationally in respect of the financial year is divided among the national, provincial and local spheres of government for their equitable share as set out in Column A of Schedule 1.
( 2 ) An envisaged division of revenue anticipated to be raised for the next financial year and the 200512006 financial year, and which is subject to the provisions of the annual Division of Revenue Act in respect of those financial years, is set out in Column B of Schedule 1.
(3) Despite subsection (2) . the Minister may. in respect of the next financial year and until the commencement of the annual Division of Revenue Act for that financial year. determine that an amount not exceeding 45 per cent of the envisaged division for the next financial year. be transferred as a direct charge against the National Revenue Fund to each province and to a municipality contemplated in section 5( 1).
Equitable division of provincial share among provinces
4. ( 1 ) Each province’s equitable share of the provincial share of revenue anticipated to be raised nationally in respect of the financial year is set out in Column A of Schedule
( 2 ) An envisaged division for each province of revenue anticipated to be raised nationally in respect of the next financial year and the 2005/2006 financial year, and which is subject to the provisions of the annual Division of Revenue Act for those financial years. is set out in Column B of Schedule 2.
(3) Each province’s equitable share contemplated in subsection (1) must be transferred to the province in instalments in accordance with a payment schedule determined by the National Treasury, after consultation with the head officials of the provincial treasuries.
( 3 ) Despite subsection (3). the National Treasury may, on such conditions as it may determine, advance funds to a province in respect of its equitable share contemplated in subsection (l), which have not yet fallen due for transfer in accordance with a payment schedule referred to in subsection (3) in respect of that province.
(5) The advances contemplated in subsection (4) must be set-off against transfers to the province which would otherwise become due in terms of that payment schedule.
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Equitable share for local government
5. (1 j Each municipality’s equitable share of the local government share of revenue anticipated to be raised nationally in respect of the financial year is set out in Column A of Schedule 3.
( 2 ) An envisaged division for each municipality of revenue anticipated to be raised nationally in respect of the next financial and the 2005/2006 financial year, and which is subjec: to the provisions of the annual Division of Revenue Act for those financial years, is set out in Column B of Schedule 3.
(3) Each municipality’s equitable share contemplated in subsection (1) must be transferred to the municipality in quarterly instalments in accordance with a payment schedule within the first three weeks of May, August, November and February.
(4) Despite subsection (3), the national accounting officer responsible for local government may, in consultation with the National Treasury, and on such conditions as he or she may determine, advance funds to a municipality in respect of its equitable share contemplated in subsection (l), which have not fallen due for transfer in accordance with a payment schedule referred to in subsection (3) in respect of that municipality.
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(5) m e advances Contemplated in subsection (4) must be set-off against transfers to the municipality which wouid otherwise become due in terms of that payment schedule.
(6) Despite subsection (3), the National Treasury may, after COnSultatiOn with the national accounting officer responsible for local government, delay or withhold the
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transfer of an instalment on the grounds of a municipality's serious or persistent material breach of uniform treasury norms and standards.
(7) Such uniform treasury norms and standards include a requirement that a municipality must-
(i) submit to the Auditor-General, not later than 30 September 2003, financial 5 statements in respect of the 2002/2003 financial year, and submit to the Auditor-General, not later than 30 April 2003, outstanding financial state- ments in respect of the financial years preceding the 2002/2003 financial year;
(ii) submit to the National Treasury, the relevant provincial treasury and the provincial department responsible for local government, not later than 30 June 10 2003. its budget for the financial year and such other budgetary information required by the National Treasury, including, but not limited to, information on the nature and extent of basic services, including free basic services, to be provided by that municipality;
(iii) submit to the National Treasury, the national accounting officer responsible 15 for local government and the provincial department responsible for local government. not later than 10 days after the end of each quarter, information on the implementation of the budget, including, but not limited to, information on actual revenue collected, actual total spending on water, electricity, refuse removal, municipal infrastructure and free basic services; and
(iv) co-operate on financial and fiscal matters with other municipalities within the district in which it is located in order to ensure ffective and efficient spending for purposes of sustainable delivery of municipal services in that municipal district.
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6. (1) If actual revenue raised nationally in respect of the financial year falls short of the anticipated revenue set out in Schedule 1, the national government bears the shortfall.
(2) If actual revenue raised nationally in respect of the financial year is in excess of the anticipated revenue set out in Schedule 1, the excess accrues to the national government 30 and forms part of its equitable share.
(3) Despite subsection (2), the national government may, by means of an adjustments budget or any other appropriation legislation, and additional to the equitable share allocation and the allocations contemplated in Part 111, make further allocations to the provincial and local spheres of government from its equitable share of nationally raised 35 revenue.
PART 111
OTHER ALLOCATIONS TO PROVINCES AND MUNICIPALITIES
Other allocations to provinces and municipalities from national government
7. (1 ) Other allocations to provinces from the national government's share of revenue 40 anticipated to be raised nationally are set out in Column A of the following Schedules:
(a) Schedule 4 contains allocations to provinces for general and nationally
(b) Schedule 5 contains specific-purpose allocations to provinces; (c) Schedule 7 contains indirect and special allocations toprovinces. 45
assigned functions;
(2) An envisaged division of anticipated allocations to provinces for the next financial year and the 2005/2006 financial year, and which is subject to the annual Division of
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Revenue Act for those ye,ars is set out in Column B of the Schedules referred to in subsection (1).
(3) Despite subsection (21, the Minister may, in respect of the next financial year and until the commencement of the relevant Division of Revenue Act, determine that an amount not exceeding 45 per cenl of the envisaged division of the allocation for the next 5 financial year be transferred to a province as a direct charge against the National Revenue Fund.
(4) Other allocations to local government from the national government's share of revenue anticipated to be raised nationally are set out in Column A of the following Schedules: 10
(a) Schedule 6 and 6A: cordain specific-purpose allocations to local government;
(b) Schedule 7A: contains allocations-in-kind to municipalities for designated and
special programmes. (5) An envisaged divisi0.n of anticipated allocations to local government for the next 15
financial year and the 2005/20015 financial year, and which is subject to the annual Division of Revenue Act for those years is set out in Column B of the Schedules referred to in subsection (4).
(6) The Minister must, not later than 30 April 2003, publish in the Gazette, the share of a municipality in respect of the local government allocations referred to in 20 subsections (4) and ( 3 , unless such share was published on the date on which the annual budget is tabled in the National Assembly.
(7) Despite subsection ( 3 , the Minister may, in respect of the next financial year and until the commencement of the relevant Division of Revenue Act, determine that an amount not exceeding 45 per cent of the envisaged division of the allocation for the next 25 financial year be transferred to a municipality as a direct charge against the National Revenue Fund.
Transfers to entities
8. (1) An organ of state in the national or provincial sphere of government may only provide funds for a municipal service to the relevant municipality directly. 30
(2) A public entity that provides a municipal service on behalf of a municipality, must, not later than 30 June 2003 or such other date determined by the National Treasury, certify to the National Treasury that it complies as an external mechanism as contemplated in Chapter 8 of the Municipal Systems Act.
report, on a monthly basis. )to that municipality and such organ of state responsible for the transfer of such funds, the amount spent on such transferred funds.
Transfers not listed in Schedules
(3) A public entity that prlmides a municipal service on behalf of a municipality must 35
9. An allocation not listed in the Schedules referred to in section 7 may only be made in terms of section 6 (3) and must comply with such monitoring and reporting 40 requirements as may be determine:d by the National Treasury.
Provincial infrastructure allocation
10. A provincial treasury must, in respect of an allocation for provincial infrastructure listed in Schedule 4, submit to the National Treasury, not later than 30 April 2003, and in the format determined by the National Treasury, a plan on proposed spending for the 45 financial year, the next financial y ~ a r and the 2005/2006 financial year.
Municipal infrastructure allocations
11. (1) Allocations for addressing backlogs in basic municipal infrastructure development and the carrying out of municipal services are set out in Schedule 6A.
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(2) Any allocation contemplated in subsection (1) which is intended, entirely or in part, for the construction, maintenance or rehabilitation of municipal infrastructure, must-
(a) only be transferred in terms of a policy framework approved by the Minister; (0) be accompanied by an indication of the recommended amounts of a similar 5
allocation for the next financial year and the 2005/2006 financial year, unless the National Treasury grants exemption from compliance with this require- ment; and
(c) be in accordance wilh a distribution formula approved by the National Treasury. 10
Transfer of assets to municipalities
12. ( 1) A transferring national (officer or a transfemng provincial officer may not make any commitment to a municipality, of assets or any other financial resource, including an allocation-in-kind or the future transfer of an asset, intended, entirely or in part, for the construction, installation, maintenance or rehabilitation of municipal infrastructure 15 without-
(a) that municipality's confirmation that it will take transfer of such asset for
(b) a realistic estim,ate of the future value of the asset and potential liability, operating purposes;
including a reflection on the budget of the benefiting municipality of the 20 associated operating costs; and
responsible for local government. (c) the approval of the municipal council and the national accounting officer
(2) The transferring nati'onal officer or the transfemng provincial officer, as the case may be, must, on such periods as may be determined by the National Treasury, report to 25 the National Treasury on the actual transfers effected in respect of the allocations contemplated in subsection (1).
Municipal capacity building allocations
13. (1) Any transfer of an allocation, other than an allocation on the vote of the National Treasury, aimed at developing and improving municipal systems and the 30 capacity of municipalities to perform functions assigned to them, may only be made in terms of a framework determined by the national accounting officer responsible for local government, in consultation with the Director-General.
( 2 ) The framework contemplated in subsection (1) must take into account intergrated planning, performance management, financial management, budgeting and spatial 35 planning considerations, and the need to ensure that the capacity of a municipality is in fact developed.
(3) The transferring national or provincial officer responsible for a municipal capacity building allocation must, in the annual report of the department, indicate the extent to which the capacity of any municipality was improved by that allocation and the extent 40 to which such allocation was spent on any other body providing assistance to a municipality.
PART IV
DUTIES OF ACCOUNTING OFFICERS AND TREASURIES
Duties of transferring nat.iona1 officer 45
14. (1) A transfemng national clfficer must, not later than 14 days after this Act takes
(a) allocation frameworks, conditions and monitoring provisions are reasonable and do not impose an undue administrative burden on benefiting provincial and local governments; 50
effect, certify to the National Treasury that-
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(b) funds will only be transferred after information required in terms of this Act
(c) funds will only be deposited into an accredited bank account of a province or
(d) all other arrangements or equirements necessary for the transfer of an 5
has been provided;
municipality; and
allocation have been c'omplied with. (2) A transferring national officer who has not complied with subsection (1) must,
unless the National Treasury has directed otherwise, transfer such funds in terms of a mechanism determined by the National Treasury.
officer must, in respect of any allocation, as part of the report contemplated in section 40(4)(c) of the Public Fina.nce M.anagement Act, not later than 20 days after the end of each month, and in the format determined by the National Treasury, submit to the National Treasury and the relevant executive authority, information for the month reported on and for the financial year up to the end of that month, on- 15
(a) the amount of funds transferred to a province or municipality; (b) the amount of funds delayed or withheld from any province or municipality
( c ) the actual expenditure incurred by the province or municipality; and (d) such ot er issuer; as the National Treasury may determine. 20
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and the reasons for such delay or withholding;
Duties of transferring provincial officer
15. A transferring provincial oflicer must, as part of the report contemplated in section 40(4)(c) of the Public Finance Management Act, and in respect of any allocation to be transferred to municipalities, within 15 days after the end of each month and in the format determined by the National Treasury, submit to the national transferring officer, 25 the relevant treasury and executive authority responsible for that department, information on-
(a) the amount of funds tra:nsferred to a municipality in the month reported on and
(6) the amount of funds delayed or withheld from any municipality in the month 30
(cj actual expenditure incurred in respect of that allocation; and (d) such other issues as the National Treasury may determine.
for the finanical :year up to the end of that month;
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Duties of receiving officer
16. (1) The relevant receiving officer must, in respect of an allocation to be transferred 35 t o -
(a) a province. and as part of the report contemplated in section 40(4)(c) of the Public Finance Management Act, within 15 days after the end of each month, submit a report to the relevant provincial treasury, the relevant provincial executive authority and the transferring national officer; and 40
(b) a municipality. within 10 days after the end of each month, submit a report to the relevant transferrin); national or provincial officer.
( 2 ) The reports contemplated in subsection (1) must set out for that month and for the year up to the endl of that month- the amount received by the province or municipality, as the case may be; 45 the amount of funds delayed or withheld from the province or municipality, as the case may be; the actual expenditure hy the province or municipality, as the case may be, in respect of allocations set out in the Schedules referred to in section 7 or 9; the extent of complianccrwith the conditions of an allocation and with this Act; 50
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( e ) an explanation for any material problems experienced or variations effected by the province or municipality, as the case may be, regardmg an allocation which has been received and a summary of the steps taken to deal with such problems or the effect of such variations; and
cf) such other issues and information as the National Treasury may determine. 5 (3) The receiving officer of a municipality which intends to transfer to another
municipality an allocation, or po:rtion of it, transferred to it in terms of this Act must, effect such transfer in ternls of a prescribed framework or with the approval of the National Treasury.
plated in subsection (3). (4) The Minister may prescribe additional duties for the receiving officer contem- 10
Duties of provincial accounting officers and treasuries
17. (1) The accounting oBicer of a provincial department providing any allocation to local government from its vote must, not later than 14 days before the tabling of the annual budget of the province, submit to the provincial treasury information, in such 15 format as may be determined by the provincial treasury after consultation with the National Treasury, on such allocations in order that the provincial treasury may publish, with its annual budget or in the provincial Gazette, not later than 30 April 2003, the share for a municipality in respect of that allocation.
contemplated in subsection (l), also indicate the envisaged division of the allocation contemplated in that subsection in respect of a municipality, for the next financial year and the 2005/2006 financial years.
(3) A provincial treasury must, within 22 days after the end of each month, and in the format determined by the f4ation.d Treasury, and as part of its consolidated monthly 25 report, report on-
(2) The MEC responsible for financial matters in the province must, in the publication 20
( a ) actual transfers received by the province from national departments; (b) actual expenditure on such allocations, excluding the allocations set out in
Schedule 4, up to the end of that month; (c) actual transfers made b:y the province to municipalities, and projections on 30
actual expenditure by municipalities on such allocations; and (d) any problems of compli,mce with this Act, by transferring provincial officers
and receiving officers, and the steps taken to deal with such problems. (4) The report contemplated in subsection (3) must, in respect of the provincial
infrastructure allocation, include reports for each quarter and be in such format as may 35 be determined by the National Treasury.
(5) Despite anything to the contrary contained in any law, a provincial treasury may, with the permission of the National Treasury and subject to such conditions as may be determined by the National Treasury, make allocations to municipalities that were not published in terms of subsection (1). 40
(6) The allocations contemplated in subsection ( 5 ) must be published in the provincial Gazette.
Annual financial statements
18. (1) The financial statements contemplated in section 40 of the Public Finance Management Act must, for a department transferring any funds in respect of an 45 allocation set out in Schedulles 4, 5, 6, 6A, 7 and 7A, also-
( a ) indicate the total amount of that allocation transferred to a province or municipality;
(b) indicate the funds, if my, that were withheld and the reasons for such withholding in respect of each province ormu icipality; 50
(c) certify that all transfers 1a.a province or municipality were deposited into the accredited bank account of a province or municipality;
(d) certify that, except in respect of allocations contemplated in Schedule 7 or 7A or made in terms of section 9, no other funds were spent, directly or through
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a public or private entity, on a function normally performed by a province or municipality; indicate to what extent a province or municipality was monitored for compliance with the conditions of an allocation and the provisions of this Act: indicate to what extent he allocation achieved its purpose and outputs; 5 indicate the funds, if a.ny, utilised for the administration of the allocation, and whether any portion of the allocation was retained by the transferring department for that purpose; and indicate any non-compliance with this Act, and the steps taken to deal with such non-comdiance. I O
(2) The financial statements contemplated in section 40 of the Public Finance Management Act, or in any other law, must, for a department or municipality receiving grants in respect of an allocation set out in Schedules 3.4. 5 , 6 and 6A, also-
(a ) indicate the totau amount of all allocations received: (b) indicate the total amount of actual expenditure on all allocations except 15
Schedule 3 allocations; (c) certify that all transfer:, in terms of this Act to a province or municipality were
deposited into the accredited bank account of such province or municipality: (d ) indicate to what extent a province or municipality met the conditions of such
an allocation. a d complied with theprovisions of this Act: 20 ( e ) indicate the extent to which the objectives of the allocation were achieved:
and (f) contain such other information as the National Treasury may determine.
PART V
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Duties of Director-General
19. The Director-General must. together with the report contemplated in section 32(2) of the Public Finance Management Act. publish a report on actual transfers of all allocations listed in the Sc:hedules set out in section 7 or made in terms of section 9.
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20. ( 1 ) Without derogating from the powers and duties of the Auditor-General in terms of the Constitution and any other law. the Auditor-General may. in the audit of financial statements on the allocations set out in Part 111 or in a special report to be submitted to Parliament. report on-
(ai the extent of compliance with this Act by the Director-General. transfemng 35 national officers. transfemng provincial officers and receiving officers:
( b i whether there was compliance with the certification and reporting require- ments of this ACI:
(c) the evaluation of evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in monthly and annual reports con1:emplated in this Act: 40
( d l whether a transfemng national officer or transfemng proyincial officer made unauthorised transfers to any province or municipality or to an!. public or other entity:
(e l whether the monitoring of the receiving government's compliance with allocation conditions was undertaken in terms of the provisions of this Act: 45
If) whether each allomcation to a province or municipality was made in accordance with this Act; and
(g) such other intergovernmental financial management matters as may be prescribed.
( 2 ) The internal audit unit of a department and such department's audit committee 50 must establish procedures, systems and mechanisms to facilitate the external audit contemplated in subsection (1).
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PART VI
GENERAL
Delaying of payments
21. (1) Subject o subsection (2), the transferring national officer may, after consultation with the National 'Treasury and the relevant provincial treasury if the 5 National Treasury so determines, for a period not exceeding 30 days, delay the payment of an allocation in terms of Part :[I1 or any portion of such allocation, if-
(a ) the municipality or province does not comply with the conditions to which the
(b) the municipality is in breach of the measures contemplated in section 5(6); or 10 (c) expenditure on previous transfers reflects significant underspending for which
( 2 ) The National Treasury may, after consultation with the relevant provincial treasury, allow the transfer to be delayed for a period exceeding 30 days if such delay will ensure compliance with the conditions to which an allocation is subject or will 15 ensure significant spending on th,at allocation.
(3) The transferring national of6cer must, in the monthly reports contemplated in this Act, inform the National Treasury of the steps taken to deal with the causes of the payment delay.
allocation is subject;
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22. (1) The National T.reasury may, subject to section 216 of the Constitution,
(a ) an allocation set out in Schedules 4, 5, 6 and 6A, or any portion of such allocation, if the :municipality or province is in serious or persistent material breach of the conditions to which the allocation is subject; or 25
(b) an allocation in terms of section 5, if the municipality is in serious or persistent material breach of the measures contemplated in section 5(6); or
(c) an allocation in terms of section 9;
withhold the transfer of-
if the transfemng national officer has submitted to the province or municipality, as the case may be, a written report, at least 21 days before such allocation is due to be 30 transferred, setting out facts reAt:cting a serious or persistent material breach of the conditions to which the allocation is subject or the measures contemplated in section 5(6) upon receipt of audit reports which indicate serious or persistant material breach of this Act.
portion of such allocation, withheld from a municipality in terms of subsection (l), be utilised to meet that municipality's outstanding statutory financial commitments.
(3) The money contemplated in subsection ( 2 ) shall, despite anything to the contrary contained in any law, be a direct charge against the National Revenue Fund.
(2j The Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, approve that an allocation, or any 35
Reallocation of allocations between municipalities 40
23. (1) The transfemng national, or provincial officer may, with the written consent of the National Treasury and after consultation with the affected municipalities, reallocate an allocation, or a portion thereof, from one municipality to another municipality in that district, if the reallocation will reduce the risk of underspending or where a category B and C municipality fail to agree on the use of any funds transferred to them in terms of 45 section 7.
( 2 ) The National Treasury musl publish such reallocation in the Gazette. ' ..
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Spending in terms of purpose and subject to conditions
24. (1) Despite anything to the contrary contained in any law, an allocation set out in Schedule 4, 5 . 6, 6A, 7 or 7A may only be utilised for the purpose stipulated in the Schedule concerned and in accordance with the conditions it is subject to, which conditions must, not later than .30 April 2003, be published by the Minister in the Gazette, unless such conditions were published on the date on which the annual budget is tabled in the National Assembly.
( 2 ) The utilisation of an allocation set out in the Schedules for purposes other than those set out in the Schedules concerned, constitutes a breach of the measures established in terms of section 216( 1) of the Constitution.
(3) Despite subsections ( I ) and ( 2 ) . the National Treasury may authorise a province or municipality to retain and utilise wch portion of the funds of an allocation set out in the Schedules listed in section 7, which remains after the fulfillment of that allocation's purpose and compliance with the conditions to which it is subject.
Transfers made in error
25. ( 1 ) Despite anything to the contrary contained in any law, the transfer of an allocation to a province, in error, is regarded as not legally due to the province for the purpose of its Revenue Fund.
( 2 ) A transfer contemplated in subsection (1) must be recovered without delay by the responsible transfemng national officer.
(3) The Director-General may direct that the recovery contemplated in subsection (1) be effected by set-off against future transfers to the province, which would otherwise become due in accordance ,with a payment schedule.
(4) Despite anything to the contrary contained in any law. the transfer of an allocation to a municipality. in error, is regarded as not legally due to that municipality and must be recovered without delay by the responsible transfemng national officer.
(5) The national accounting of& cer responsible for local government may direct that the recovery contemplated in subsection (4) be effected by set-off against transfers to the municipality concerned. which would otherwise become due in accordance with any payment schedule.
Transfers to municipalitie:~ with weak administrative capacity
26. ( 1 ) If the national accounting officer responsible for local government reasonably believes that a category B or C municipality is not abie to effectively administer an allocation, or portion thereof, that officer may transfer such allocation, or portion thereof, to the province in which the municipality is located or, when appropriate, to another municipality, after consultation with the municipalities and province concerned.
( 2 ) Any allocation. or poltion thereof, contemplated in subsection (1) must be dealt with by the province or other muni1:ipality to which it has been transferred in accordance with any directions by the national accounting officer responsible for local government.
(3) The national accounting officer responsible for local government must publish in the GaLerre information on tne transfer of an allocation contemplated in subsection (1).
Funds to follow transfer of functions or obligations
27. (1) Despite anything to the contrary contained in any law, the transfer of functions or obligations from an organ of state in one sphere of government to an organ of state in another sphere of government or from one municipality to another municipality must take place only with the priolr written approval of the National Treasury and the national accounting officer responsible for provincial and local government.
( 2 ) The transfer of funct:ions or obligations contemplated in subsection'(1) must, unless the Minister directs otherwise, include the transfer of funds available to the
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transfemng organ of state or sphere of government for the purposes of performing such transferred function or obligation.
(3) No financial function or obligation of a national or provincial department may be imposed on a municipality withlm-
(a) that municipalit;y’s prior written acceptance by resolution of its council; and (6) the prior written approval of the National Treasury.
(4) A province must utilise its own funds for any function or obligation which is in conflict with subsection ( I ).
( 5 ) Any liability arising from G% determination of functions between a category B and C municipality by a province in terms of section 84 or 85 of the Municipal Structures Act, is a liability of that plrovince and not of the national government.
Amendment of payment schedule and transfer mechanism
28. (1 ) Subject to subsection ( 2 ) , a transferring national officer may, in respect of an allocation set out in Schedule 5 , 6 or 6A, after consultation with the National Treasury and the relevant provincial treasury. if the National Treasury so determines, amend a payment schedule due to the underspending of the funds or for any other exceptional reason.
( 2 ) The National Treasury may, in the interest of improved accountability or debt and cash-flow management, or on the grounds of substantial non-compliance with any condition to which an allocation is subject, amend any payment schedule of an allocation listed in Schedule 2, 3, 4, 5 , 6 or 6A, and direct hat no transfer of funds be effected through the payment schedule amended in accordance with subsection (1) or that the payment schedule be amended as directed by it.
Exemptions by National ‘Treasury
29. (1) The National Trealsury may, on application in writing by a transferring national or provincial officer, exempt in writing a transfemng national or provincial officer from the duty to comply with reporting requirements or any other requirement regarding an allocation set out in a Schedule listed in section 7 or envisaged in section 9: Provided that such exemption may o’nly be granted if such officer satisfies the Director-General that-
(a ) the duty cannot ble complied with at that stage; ib) the allocation programme is properly designed; and (c j the accounting oflicer is taking steps to comply with the provisions of this Act.
(a ) may only be granted if the accounting officer provides reasons why information was not included in respect of an allocation set out in a Schedule listed in section 5‘; and
(6) must set out the conditions. if any, to which it is subject and must be published in the Gaxrte.
( 2 ) Any exemption conte:mplatl:d in subsection (1 )--
Non-compliance with this Act constituting financial misconduct
30. Despite anything to the contrary contained in any law, any serious or persistent non-compliance with the provisions of this Act, or the conditions which an allocation in terms of this Act is subject to, constitutes financial misconduct.
Liability for costs incurred in violation of principles of co-operative governance and intergovernmental relation!;
31. (1) An organ of state invohed in an intergovernmental dispute regarding any provision of this Act or any financial or fiscal matter must, before approaching a court to resolve such dispute, make every effort to settle the dispute with the other organ of state concerned, including by making use of the structures established in terms of the Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Act.
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(2) In the event that a dispute is referred back by a court in accordance with section 41(4) of the Constitution, due to the court not being satisfied that the organ of state approaching the court has complied with subsection (l), the expenditure incurred by that organ in approaching the court i:s regarded as fruitless and wasteful.
prescribed procedure, be recovered without delay from the person who caused the organ of state not to comply with the pequirements of subsection (1).
Acts performed before this Act took effect
(3) The amount of any such fmitless and wasteful expenditure must, in terms of a 5
32. Despite anything to the contrary contained in any law, any act performed prior to the coming into effect of this Act or in accordance with any prescribed requirements in 10 fulfillment of the objects of this Act is regarded as having been done in terms of the relevant provisions of this Act.
Regulations
33. The Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, make regulations regarding- (a) anything which must or may be prescribed in terms of this Act; and 15 (b) any matter which is necessary to prescribe for the effective implementation of
the provisions and achievement of the objects of this Act.
Repeal and amendment of law
34. (1) Schedule 6 of the Division of Revenue Act, 2002 (Act No. 5 of 2002) is, in respect of the vote of the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (Vote 33) hereby 20 amended by the deletion of the numbers in bold square brackets and the insertion of the underlined numbers, as set out in Schedule 8 to this Act.
(2) Anything done in terms of Schedule 6 of the Division of Revenue Act, 2002 (Act No. 5 of 2002) is deemed as htiving been done under that Schedule as amended by Schedule 8 to this Act. 25
(3) Subject to subsections (l), (2) and (4), the Division of Revenue Act, 2002 (Act No. 5 of 2002) is hereby repealed with effect from the date on whch this Act takes effect or from 1 April 2003, whichever is i.he later.
(4) The repeal of the Division of Revenue Act, 2002 does not affect any duty or obligation set out in that Act, the execution of which is still outstanding. 30
Short title
35. This Act is called the :Division of Revenue Act, 2003, and comes into operation on a date determined by the President by proclamation in the Gazette.
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SCHEDULE 1
EQUITABLE DIVISION OIF REVENUE ANTICIPATED TO BE RAISED NATIONALLY AMONG :rm THREE SPHERES OF GOVERNMENT
Column A Column B 2003/04 Forward Estimates
Allocation 2004105 2005/06 R’000 R’000 R’000
National’ 185 235 905 200 954 4 7 167 556442 Provincial 142386031 155 313096 220 351 687
w - 1 333 965 414 I 363 345 139 I 395 606 308 1 6 343 478 I 7 077 546 I 7 698 179 ’ National share includes conditional grants o provincial and local spheres, debt service cost and the contingency reserve.
SCHEDULE 2
DETERMINATION OF EACH: PROVINCES’S EQUITABLE SHARE OF THE PROVINCIAL SPHERE’S SKIARE OF REVENUE RAISED NATIONALLY
(as a direct charge against the National Revenue Fund)
Province
Eastern Cape Free State Gauteng KwaZulu-Natal Limpopo Mpumalanga Northern Cape North West Western Cape
I TOTAL
Column A 2003104
Allocation R’000
24 227 559 9 462 691
31 875 885 29 279 286 19 352 278 10 219 531 3 455 244
11 821 596 12 691 961
142 386 031
r Colu Forward
2004105 R’000
26 427 150 10 321 798 23 861 973 31 937 519 21 109 250 11 147 349 3 768 943
12 894 864 13 844 250
155 313 096
m B stimates
2005/06 R’WO
28 510 405 11 135 467 25 743 013 34 455 157 22 773 294 12 026 097 4 066 049
13 911 367 14 935 593
167 556 442
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SCHEDULE 3
DETERMINATION OF EAClH MUNICIPALITY’S EQUITABLE SHARE OF THE LOCAL SPHERE’S SHARE OF REVENUE RAISED NATIONALLY
(As appropriated in the vote of the Department of Provincial and L,ocal Government (Vote 5) for the financial year)
Column A Column B :ategory Number Municipality Forward Estimates 2003104
Allocation 2005106 1 2004105 WESTERN CAPE
6 974 6 312 5 317 3 WCOI 1 Matzikama
178 941 172 356 159 992 4 Cape Town
R’000 R’000 R’000
3 WCO12 Cederberg 4 310 5 057 5 561 B WC013 Bergrivier 3 313
2 464 B WCO14 Saldanha Bay 4 492 4 015
1 087 1 108 1 485 .. DC 1 West Coast District Municipality 7 631 6 988 5 972 B WCOl5 Swartland 2 878 2 741
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” - rotal: West Coast Municipalities - 22 861 28623 26 220 B WC022 Witzenberg
1 980 1 835 2 083 C DC? Bolartd Distrct Municipality 9 010 8 268 7 169 B WC026 Breede Riverminelands
14277 13 155 11 288 E3 WC025 Breede Vaky 8 889 8 144 6 954 B WC024 Stellenbosch
14 214 13 337 11 856 B WC023 Drakenstein 9 935 8 927 1513
- Total: Boland Municipalities 58306 53 667 46863
B WC03 1 Theewaterskloof 7 642
290 432 811 C DC.3 Overberg District Munic pality 4 414 4 040 3 449 B WC034 Swellendam 2 530 2 337 1 982 B WC033 Cape Agulha:; 4 025 3 816 3 414 B WC032 Oversrand
10432 9 316 -
Total: Overberg Municipalities 21 691 19 941 17 297
B WC041 Kannaiand 3 668
2 652 2 498 2 669 C DC4 Garden Route Klein Karoo District 4 508 4 318 3 972 B WC048 Knysrrd 3 572 3 360 2 981 8 WC047 Plertenberg Bay 5 117 4 849 4 390 B WC045 Oudtshoorn 7 193 6 882 6 288 B WCO44 Georpe 4 180 3 947 3 522 B WCW3 Mossel Bay 4 303 3 906 3 375 B WC042 Langebeg 4 558 4 178
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Total: Garden Route Klein Karoo Municipalities -
30 864 36 083 33 937
B WC05 1 Laingsburg
5 894 5 690 5 639 C DC5 CentralKaroc, Distri tMun ipality 3 797 3 603 3 226 B WC053 Beaufort Wesl. 3 163 3 012 2 792 B WC052 Prince Albert 2 566 2 472 2 333
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339 064 320 898 291 867 Total: Western Cape Municipalities
15 420 14 777 13 990
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Column A olu n B Category Number Municipality
YORTHERN CAPE
B NCOlBl Gamagara
14074 11 726 B CBLCl Ga-Segonyana 21 131 18212 154 9 B NWlal Segonyana 5 564 5 239 4 547
14 811 L CBDCl Kalahari-Kgalagadi 15 914
” - 16 739 60 901 54265 46 514 rod: Kalahari-Kgalagadi Cross Bonder Municipalities
18 292
B NC061 Richtersveld 6 495 B NC062 Nama Khoi
3 541 3 330 3 023
3 650 3 426 3 098 B NC067 Khai-.Ma 5 457 5 115 4 607 B NC066 Karoo Hoogland 7 122 6 691 6000 B NC065 Hantm 4 413 4 166 3 829 B NC064 Kamiesberg 8 671 7 735
” DC6 Namakwa District Municipality
7 715 6 903 5 867 NC071 Ubuntu B
35 578 32956 29 427 rotal: Namakwa Municipalities
2 723 2 492 2 375 - -
B NC072 Umsobomvu
4 106 3 674 3 928 C DC7 Karoo District Munic pality 11 523 10 419 8 991 B NC078 Siyancuma 6 687 6 321 5 703 B NC077 Siyathemba 4 778 4 563 4 221 B NC076 Thembelihle 4 813 4 577 4 200 B NC075 Renosterberg 4 981 4 698 4 279 B NC074 Kareeberg 9 847 9 381 8 524 B NC073 Emthanjeni 8 810 8 297 7 445
Total: Karoo Municipalities 63 261 58 834 53 158
B NC081 Mier 3 202
B NC085 Tsantsabane 5 165 4 780 4 267 B NCO84 Kheis
10 838 10073 8 810 B NC083 Khara Hais 13 542 12 079 10 161 B NC082 Nama Khoi 3 528 3 3%
3 740 3 691 C DC8 Siyanda District Munic pality 5 249 5 003 4 569 B NC086 Kgatelopele 7 488 7 1 0 4 6 352
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1 955 1 706 I 778 C DC9 Frances B arc Distri t Mu ipality 17823 16762 14946 B CBLC7 Phokwane 8 521 8 134 7 372 €3 NC093 Magareng
12904 12085 1079 B NC092 Thusanang 30 331 29 024 26 882
- Total: Frances Baard Municipalities
281 395 259 941 231 9 2 Total: Northern Cape Municipadities
71 534 67 711 61 771 -
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Category Number Municipality ColumnA I Column B
2003/04 1 ForwardEstimates I Allocation ~ 0 0 4 / 0 5 I 2005/M~
EASTERN CAP I R’000 I R’000 I R ’ W - 4 Nelson Mandela
8 552 7 571 3 EClOl Camdeboo
167011 160599 149300
3 8 999
EC102 Blue Crane Route 11 352 3
10701 9592
14 279 13 407 11 821 EC 105 Ndlambe I6 866 15 854
3 13 843 EC104 Makana
4 335 3
4 154 3 840 EC 103 Ikwezi
3 EC106 Sundays River Valley
7 618 6 387 3 EC I09 KouIK-a 11 947 11 098 9 577 3 EC 108 Kouga 5 315 5 064 4 657 3 EC107 Baviaans
13 544 12417 I O 693
8 521 DClO acadu District Municipality 6 012
93 485 83 992 rota]: Cacadu Municipalities
4 083 4 621
56 765 48 061 41 760 EC121 Mbhashe 3
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3 EC 122 Mnquma
108 387 92 485 66 970 I DCI? Amatole District Munic pality 6 357 6 117 6 005 3 EC128 Nxuba
21 102 24 243 22 295 3 EC I27 Nkonkobe 22858 19651 17015 3 EC126 Ngqushwa
194 282 191 925 187 156 3 ECI 25 Buffdo City 30649 26655 23 574 3 EC 124 Amahlathi 10 962 9 761 8 788 3 EC123 Great Kei 61 644 53 068 46 850
-. - rota]: Amatole Municipalities 519 004 471 967 420 4 3
3 EC131 Inxuba Yethemba 7 861
B EC135 Intsika Yethu 37 313 43 556 51 415 26 36; 25 532 25 345 B EC 134 Lukhanji
5 76: 5 477 5 119 B EC133 Inkwanca 9 901 8 868 7 872 3 EC132 Tsolwana 8 857 8 362
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B EC I36 Emalahleni I 22 759 I 25 903 I 29 69f ) ’ I B EC I37 Engcobo B EC 138 Sakh.lsizwe
34 709 29 631 2.5 732
310516 98002 78798 C DC13 Chrib Hani Dtstrict Muni ipality 12 148 11 I05 I O 270
Total: Chris Hani Municipalities 221 071 289 374 256 436
B ECl4l Elundini 26 108 30 182
57 603 51 781 43 562 C DCI4 Ukhahlamba District Munic pality 7 224 6 812 6 246 B EC1-M Gariep 6 970 6 623 6 181 B ECl43 Male~swai
31 696 27311 23036 B EC I42 Senqu 34 809
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Total: Ukhahlamba Municipalities 138 302 122 708 105 132
B EC151 Mbiz.ma 35 133
221 143 192 326 147 908 C DC 15 O.R. ‘Tambo I3istrict Municipality 79 520 68 890 60 851 B EC 157 King Sabata Dalindyebo 44559 37 973 33 101 B EC156 Mhlontlo 58 639 49 553 42 972 B EC I S 5 Nyandeni 34 371 29 328 25 647 B EC154 Port St. John:, 51 071 43 324 37 861 B ECI 53 Qauk8:ni 29 395 25 1 I3 22 086 B EC152 Ntabankulu 47 784 40 475
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Column A Column B Category Number Municipality Forward Estimates 2003/04
Allocation 2004/05
87053 75 956 60285 C DC44 Afred Nzo District Municipality 89 851 75 758 63 961 B EC05b2 Umzimvubu 36 959 31 648 27 357 B ECO5bl Umzimkhulu
2005/06
Total: Alfred Nzo Municipalities
1 993 278 1 775 539 1 537 070 Total: Eastern Cape Municipalities
213 863 183 361 151 603 -
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Column A Column B Category Number Municipality Forward Estimates 2OOYO4
B FS161 Letsemeng
3 405 3 349 3 350 C DC16 Xhariep District Munic pality 18 582 17016 14625 B FS 163 Mohokare 18 122 16878 14754 B FS162 Kopanong 13352 12330 10733
Total: Xhariep Municipalities 53461 49 574 43462
B FS171 Naletli
303 456 717 C DC17 Mothzo District Municipality 19 615 17 987 I5 543 B FS173 Mantsopa
202 794 203 509 199 609 B FS 172 Mangaung 12 837 11 924 10 429
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B FS181 Masilonyana B FS 182 Tokologo
29057 26 785 23 004
1 071 1 613 2 535 C DC18 Lejweleputswa District Municipality 32 640 30 387 26 789 B FS185 Nala
130 131 121 323 106044 B FS 184 Matjhaheng 23 476 21 525 18512 B FS183 Tswelopele 13418 12345 1078
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Total: Lejweleputswa Municipalities 229793 213980 187 668
B FS191 Setsoto 32 092
13 497 13 259 19 273 C DC19 Thabo Mofulsanyana District Mu- 16 443 15 i l l 13 182 B FS195 Phumelela
146487 131 092 112 538 B FS194 Maluti-a-Phofung 28 520 26 126 22 291 B FS 193 Nketoana 29 132 26 142 22 876 B FS 192 Dihlabeng 44 765 39 584
nicipality
Total: Thabo Mafutsanyana Municipalities 278 844 251 914 222 252
B FS20 1 Moqhaka
748 1 127 1771 C DC20 Northern Free Stat Distncr Munici- 19 336 18 024 16 013 B FS205 Mafube 23 027 21 709 19410 B FS204 Metsirnaholo 41 459 38981 35056 B FS203 Ngwalhe 46 257 42 673 37 095
paliry
Total: Northern Free State Municipalities
Total: Free State Municipalities
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Column A Category Number Municipality 2003/04
Allocation KWAZULU-NATAL
A
R’000
11 370 B KZ211 Vulamehlo
370 461 eThekwini
B KZ212 Umdoni 3 970
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B KZ2 13 Umzumbe B KZ214 uMuziwabanltu B KZ215 Izingolweni B KZ216 Hibiscus Coast
15 713 9 751 6 408
11 600 C DC2 1 Ugu District Municipality 35 201
Total: Ueu Municioalities 94 013
B KZ22 1 uMshwathi 7 285 B KZ222 uMngeni 9 815
21 625 C DC22 uMgungundlovu District Municipal- 7 162 B KZ227 Richmond 4 958 B KZ226 Mkharnbathini
75 050 B KZ225 Msunduzi 4 086 B KZ224 Impendle 3 250 B KZ223 Mpofana
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Total: uMgungundlovu Municipalities 133 232
B KZ232 Emnarnbithfladysrnith B KZ233 Indaka
12 397
21 573 C DC23 Uthukela District Municipality 7 895 B KZ236 Imbabazane 8 836 B a 2 3 5 Okhahlamba 7 240 B KZ234 Umtshezi 8 729
Total: Uthukela Municipalities 66 670
B KZ24 I Endurnen1 3 077 B KZ242 Nquthu 13 505 B E 2 4 4 Msinga B KZ24S Umvoti
18 146
34 823 C DC24 Umzinyathi District Municipality 12 754
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Total: Umzinyathi Municipalities 82 305
B KZ251 Newcastle 28 178 B KZ253 Utrecht
7 637 B KZ254 Dannhauser 3 240
5 858 C DC25 Amajuba District Municipality - Total: Amajuba Municipalities
B KZ26 1 eDumbe
44 913
9 825 Icz262 uPhongolo 5 72s
l B # B KZ263 Abaqulusi
14 79E P KZ265 Nongorna 10 654
B E 2 6 6 Ulundi 17 167 I C DC26 Zululand District M niciDalitv 35 54(
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R ’ W R’000 2005/06
390382 401 122
13362 15364 4 794 5 430
18 643 21 678 11 346 12 961 7 387 8 337
13 687 45 168 39 865 15 392
109 083 124 330
10 877 12 608 6 687 3 538 4 278
74 624 5 327 8 795
24 677
6 316 3 803 4 627
72 574 5 920 9 889
28 633
11 531 11 423
10 263 11 506 10 519
70477 14654
3 278 3 468 14 593 15 870 21 591 25 118 15 649 18 131 36 708 40 797
91 820 1 3 383
21 407 26 303 3 452 3 694 8 510 9 606 4 839 5 319
44 207 44 921
6 540 10 920 11 417 16 360 18 004 38 098
7 235 11 903 12 145 18 O O C 19 O O S 40 9CE
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Category Number
B KZ27 1 Umhlabuyal B KZ272 Jozirli B KZ273 The Big 5 False Bay B a 2 7 4 Hlabisa B KZ275 Inyala / Mtu C DC27
Total: Umkhanyakude Municipalities
B KZ28 1 B Kz282 uMhlathuze B KZ283 Ntambanana B a 2 8 4 Umlalazi B KZ285 Mthonjaneni B KZ286 Nkandla C DC28
Total: uThungulu Municipalities
B KZ29 1 B KZ292 Kwalhkuza B KZ293 Ndwedwe B KZ294 Maphumulo C DC29
Total: King Shaka Municipalities
B KZ5al B KZSC Kwa Sani 3 651 4 099 4 530 B KZ5a3 Matariele 2 879 3 027 3 160 B KZ5a4 Koks lad 6 800 7 274 7 791 B KZ5a5 Ubuhlebezwe
23532 20808 16 161 C DC43 Sisonke District Munic pality 13 759 11 969 10 333
Total: Sisonke Municipalities
1390448 1296099 1195384 Total: KwaZulu-Natal Municipalities
67 854 60 245 51 134
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Category Number Mmucipali1.y
MPUMALANGA
B MP301 Albert Luthuli B MP302 Msu.kaligwa B MP303 Mkhondo B MP304 Semc: B MP305 Lekwa B MP306 Dipaleseng
C DC30 Eastvaal District Municipality B MP307 Govan Mbek:i
Total: Eastvaal Municipalities
B MP3 I 1 Delmas B MP3 12 Ernalahleni B MP3 13 Middelburg B MP314 Highlands B MP3 15 Thembisile B MP3 16 Dr JS Moroka C DC3 1 Nkangala District Municipality
Total: Nkangala Municipalities
B MP321 Thaba Chweu B MP322 Mbornbela B MP323 Umjindi
C DC32 Ehlanzeni District Municipality B MP324 Nkornazi
Total: Ehlanzeni Municipalities
Total: Mpumalanga Municipalities
Column A 2003/04
Allocation R’000
26 926 15 849 10 968 8 385
12 495 6 367
31 449 5 148
117 589
5 957 25 566 15 290 6 542
17 619 17 367 2 058
90 398
15 187 51 965
9 111 35 66$ 8 545
120 481
328 46;
Column B Forward Estimates 2004/05 R’000
2005106 R’000
31 351 17 903
35 199
2 176 3 276 36 483 34 768 7 743 7 215
15 160 14 108 10938 9905 14 591 12 998 19 232
131 524 141 522
6 868 7 456 28 456 29 995 17 351 18 555 7 534 8 191
20 051 21 970 18 369 19 303 1 255 836
99 883 106 306
18 617 20 876 59208 64854 10 688 11 725
138 478 I 153 093 1 369 885 400 922
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LIMPOPO
B NP03A3 Fetalcgorno B CBLC3 Greater Marnle Hall B CBLC4 Groblersdal B CBLCS Greater Tubatse C CBDC3 Sekhukhune
Total: Sekhukhune Cross Boundary h
B NP01A I Maruleng
C CBDC4 Bohlabela
Total: Eastern Municipalities
B NP334 Ba-Phalaborw
Total: Mopani Municipalities
B NP311 Mutale B NP343 Thulamela B NP3.14 M a h a d o
69 593 59 392 42 843 C DC34 Vhernbe District Municipality 52 119 48 908 48 388
- Total: Vhembe Municipalities 204 573 183 753 162807
, B NP35 1 Bloub~~rg 16 723
41 987 43 487 37 455 NP354 Polokwane 10483 9048 7 600 NP.353 Molemole 13 138 11 367 9 607 NP35? Aganang 22 062 19 266
B NP355 Lepelle-Nkumlpi 13 031 14 974 16 732
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Total: Capricorn Municipalities - 120 161 140348 124 942 NP361 Thaba;!irnbi NP361 Lephalale R'P361 hlookppong NP365 Modiniolle NP366 Bela Bela
1 1 015
8 9W 8 IS2 6 773 I O 297 9 707 1 5 1 1 4 897 4 192 3 305
19 233 16 386 12 437 15 650 13 818
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NORTH WEST
B NW371 Moretele B NW372 Madibeng B NW373 Rustenburg B NW374 Kgetlengrivier B NW375 Moses Kotane C DC37 Bojanala Platinum District Munici-
pality
Total: Bojanala Platinum Municipalities
B NW381 Setla-Kgobi B NW382 Tswaing B NW383 Mafikeng B NW384 Ditsobotla B NW385 Zeerut C DC38 Central District Municipality
Total: Central Municipalities
B NW391 Kagisano ~ ~~~
B W 3 9 2 Naledi B NW393 Marnusa B NW394 Greater Taung B NW395 Molopo B NM’396 Lekwa-Teemane C DC39 Bophirima District Municipality
Total: Bophirima Municipalities
B NW401 Ventendorp
B NW403 Klerksdorp B W 4 0 4 Maquassi Hills C DC40 Southern District Municioalitv
B NW402 Potchefstroom
Total: Southern Municipalities
Total: North West Municipalities
Column A 2003104
Allocation R’000
17 024 50 929 50 418 7 189
36 068 18 357
179 985
15 145 12 190 21 720 13 174 14 875 45 640
122 743
15 653 6 057 7 399
26 347 3 626 5 433
31 20F
95 72:
8 54t 13 63t 47 48: 11 82: 1 90’
83 381
481 83!
T Colu
Forward 2004/05 R’000
21 696 61 914 58 941
8 489 43 737 9 015
203 792
17 496 13 641 25 386 13 901 16 773 53 923
141 121
18 194 6 648 7 904
29 629 4 049 5 847
39 340
111 611
9 688 15 093 53 424 13 396 1210
92 810
549 334
nB stimates
200906 R’000
25 672 70 952 64 846 9 395
50 172 3 009
224 047
20 333 15 234 29 607 14 901 19 04’2 59 027
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10 532 15 907 56 803
98 449
607 073
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1 i:i;:: 1 261 533 1 273 053 1 207 704 214 828 158 737 167 805 172 2
B GT02bl Nokeag tsa Taemane
1671 2 516 3 953 C CBDC2 Metsweding 11 115 10571 9229 B CBLC2 Kungwini 8 079 7 349 6 027
Total: Metsweding Municipalities 20 865 20 436 19 209
B GT421 Emfuleni 53410
494 744 1 169 C DC42 Sedibeng Dismct Municipality 8 902 8 357 7 539 B GT423 Lesedi
12 057 11 207 9 885 B GT422 Midvaal 60333 58 187
Total: Sedibeng Municipalities 81 787 78 495 72 003
B GT41 I Mogaie City
1640 1 628 1 971 C CBDC8 West Rand 25 957 25 002 23 054 B CBLC8 Merafong 23 080 22 284 20621 B GT414 Westonaria 12 277 11 746 10 739 B GT412 Randfontein 25 098 23 843 21 433
I Total: West Rand Municipalities Total: Gauteng Municipalities
7 698 179 7 077 546 6 343 478 NationalTotal
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