Appropriation Act

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Appropriation Act [No. 18 of 2001]
Government Gazette
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Vol. 433 Cape Town 20 July 2001 No. 22484
THE PRESIDENCY
No. 665 20 July 2001
It is hereby notified that the Acting President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:–
No. 18 of 2001: Appropriation Act, 2001

2 No. 22484 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 20 JULY 2 0 1
(Et~glish text signed by the Acting President.) (Assented to 13 J d y 2001.)
ACT To appropriate amounts of money for the requirements of the State in respect of the financial year ending 31 March 2002.
B E IT ENACTED by the Parliament o f the Republic of South Africa, as follows:- Appropriation of amounts of money for requirements of State
1. Subject to the provisions of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999), there are hereby appropriated out of the National Revenue Fund for the 5 requirements of the State in respect of the financial year ending 31 March 2002, the amounts of money as set out in column I of the Schedule under the heading “Vote”.
Short title
2. This Act is called the Appropriation Act, 2001
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I3 2281
I 1 . 6 63-
7-1 057 3 736 5 564
60 639 31 714
30 586 62 260
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1ro\4ncd and Local Go\ ernment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lncludlns-
Capital expendiiure .............................. I Administration ......................................... 2 Governance and development . . . . . . . . . . .
Conditional grants. Consolidated hluniclpal Infrastruc-
ture Programme ....................... Local Econotmc De\doprnent
Fund ............................................ Social plan measures ......................
3 Institutional reform and support .............. Conditton;ll grant- proprialed
( 5 )
2 247 877
300 000
60 000 350 000
983 307
SA Management DeLelopment lnstltute ............ lncluding-
Capital expenditure .................................... 1 Administration ....................................... 2 Public sector organisational and staff
development ....................................... 3 Auxiliarq and associated services ...........
Statrstics South Africa ...................................... Including-
Capital expenditure ....................................
I Administratlon ....................................... 2 Statictical servlce ...................................
3 Population census .................................... 4 Auxiliary and associated services ............
9ns. Culture. Science and Technology .............. lncluding-
Capital expenditure ................................... 1 Administration ......................................... 2 Arts and culture ....................................
.Arts, cultural and heritage Institutions ....... Conservation bodies ........................... Foundations, councils and associa-
tions for arts and culture ................. 3 National archives of South Africa ...........
National Archives Commission .......... 4 National language services ......................
Pan South African Language Board ._. 5 Science. technolo_cy and meta-information _.._.
Human Sciences Research Council .... Councll of the Africa lnstrtute of SA , Foundation for Educatron. Sclence
and Technolo:y ............................. National Research Foundation ...........
Natlonal Research Foundation: Current expenditure ...................
S 4 .Astronomical Ohservatory ........ Hartbeesthoek Radio Astronomy
Observator!, ...............................
Kational Accelerator Centre ........... J L B Smith Institute of
Ichthyology ................................. Science and Technology Agree-
nients Committee ........................
South African Large Telescope ....... National Library ................................. SA Library for the Blind .................... Lrterature lor the \ i m I l ) handlapped .....
T Vote
( 1 1 19 41
493 71
1 120 15:
Main divisior
( 2 )
6 2t
I 1 8~ I 2;
49 85 95 21
348 44 15
34 80 362 57
20 74
31 32
670 70
Column I Details of
17 6 .4 '3
i
Capital (excludinj transfers to other
Institution:
( 3 )
1 67
34 811
2 64:
xonriation Transfer5 t o other
nstitution includin: capital
transfers)
(4)
634
16 081
19s 369 13 761
8 402
59 IS7
3 690
1 1 000 12 SO0
T Amounts ;pecificall
and exclu sivel) ap- propriatec
( S )
I22 423 14 967
25 076
65 492 8 178
8 S63 303 479
I9 203 3 490
567
Tltlr
3ducat1or ..................................................... Inc1udln~-
Capltal expendlture ................................... I Adminis t ra t~o~~ ...................................... 2 Planning and monitoring ........................ 3 General education .................................
Conditional grants:
School education HIV/Alds ........ Early ch~ldhood development ........
SA Qualltication Authorlry ................
SA Certification Council ....................
5 Higher education ................................ Nat~onal Student Financial Aid Schene ..,
4 Further educarion ..................................
Council for Higher Education .......... Fulbright Commission ......................
6 Auxiliary and associated services ............ Cond~tional grant:
Financial management and qu.llity enhancement in education .........
lealth ...............................................................
111cIuding-
Cap~tal expenditure ....................................
I .4dminlsrration ........................................
2 Strategic health programmes .................. SA Medtcal Research Councll .......... Healrh Systems Trust ..................... S.4 l n m t u t e f o r Medical Research .... SA Federatlon for Mental Health ...... S1 Natlonai Tuberculos~s A\sociauon ...... SA Vaccine Producers ...................... Condlrional grants.
Primar? \chool nutritior pro~ramnlc ................................
HlV/.4id\ ..................................
3 Health \er\lce del~\cr! ....................... S.4 Nntional Council Cor t l ic Bllnd . . .
Condlrional grmts: Ho\p~ta l ?econctruct~on and Reha-
bllitarion Programme ................. Hospital conrtruction ...................
Central ho\p~tals ........................
Health professional training ......... Speclalised health services ............
vote
( 1 ) 8 208 86
6 611 36!
Columll 1
hlatn
din \ ion :
( 2 1
so 20' 64 42(
174 85'
86 23.
' 549 37:
283 76:
S7 66: 043 OS(
480 6.5:
Detatls of
Capttal
(excluding 11-atnsfcrs
to other nstitutions
( 3 )
41 04'.
29 01'
3DI
Tranrfers to othet
n s ~ ~ r u t ~ o n
includlnl
cap1tal transfer\)
(4)
6 00(
4.50 00( 4 00( 1 OO(
2 OO(
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Amount\
.peclllcall> i d cxclu- siveiy ap-
propriated
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4ct No. 18.2001 .APPROPI:I..\TlON .ACT. 2001
lousing ............................................................... Including-
Capital expenditure ....................................
I Admintstration ........................................ 2 Policy planning .......................................
Habitat Foundation ............................ 3 Programme management ........................
Conditional grant:
Human Settlement Redevelopment Programme ..................................
4 Housing performance ............................. Contributions to housmg institutions .
National Housing F~nance Corpora- tlon .............................................
Servcon Housing Solutions ........... SA Housing Trust .......................... Social Housing Foundation ............
5 Communication ....................................... 6 Housing development funding ................
Conditional grant:
Addition to the Capital of the SA Housing Fund ............................
iocial Development ........................................... lncludmg-
Capital expenditure ..................................... I Administration ........................................ 2 Social security. policy and planning ........
Intemat~onal Social Securiry Associatism ..
3 Grant systems and administration .......... State President's Fund ....................... Disaster Relief Fund .......................... Social Rel~ef Fund .............................
Refugee Relief Fund ........................ Cond~tional grant:
Imprwement of social yecurit) system ......................................
4 Welfare services transformation ............. United Nations Fund for Drug Abtlse
Control ......................................... lnternatlonal Social Semices .............
Intematlonal Council on Alcohol and Addiction ......................................
International Federation for the Aged ....... Rehabilitation International ............... Conditional grant:
HIV/Aids ........................................ -
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Column I
Main
divisions
( 2 )
51 20 10 581
207 351
171 261
16 361 ' 255 551
37 99: 4 851
55 S I <
1 1 58:
Detailr of an
I I '
Capital
excluding
transfers to other
xtitutions
(3 1
3 1x1
1458
Tranqfers
10 other nstitutioni
(including
capital transfers)
(4)
1
71 8OC 67 00C
4 00c
260
1 9 997
1
1
I 0 60
1
1 1
t
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Amoun!s
pecifically
llld rxclu- slvely ap-
propriated
( 5 )
25
100 000
I 42 xoi
3 225 958
io 236
I? 500
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19
20
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5 Development implementation supporl ... b Population and developnxmr ................
;port and Recreatlon South Africa .................... Including-
Capital expenditure ..................................
I Adminlstratlon ....................................... 2 Sport and recreation ...............................
SA Sport Commission ....................... SA Inst~tute for Drug-free Sport ........ Macro bodies . national federation..
and recreation providers ................ 3 Buildinf for spon ...................................
:orrectional Services ........................................ including-
Capital expenditure .................................. I Admmistration ........................................
POSLEC SETA .................................. 2 Incarceration ........................................... 3 Care of offenders ................................... 3 Development of offenders ...................
5 Community corrections .......................... 6 Reintegration into the cornmunit) .......
7 Asset procurement . maintenance and operating partnerships .......................
Internal charges ........................................
Iefence ......................................................... Including-
I Administration .......................................
SA Red Cross Society ....................... 1 Landward defence ................................. 3 Air defence ........................................... 1 Marltime defence .................................. 5 Military health support ........................ 6 Defence intelligencr ............................. 7 J o l n t wpport .....................................
SA Shooting L n ~ o n ...........................
St Johns Ambulance Br ipdc ............ SA Flrst-Aid League .........................
Part-Time Force Council ..................
Arnmacor ...........................................
Defence . Intell ipce . Diplomaq and Tradr Education Training Authorlt) ........
S Command and control ........................... 9 Snecial Defence Account .......................
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( 1 )
102 458
6 172 24f
15 803 09(
M a1 I1 div~slons
( 2 ) 72 37E
8612
13 381 49 077
40 00C
? 176 401
? 572 347 551 215 453 825 260 82t
53 80;
578 362
:474 539
402 601.
1 610 03: 1 947 545
935 201
1 095 02; 163 32(
1628 OS:
200 76f
1 809 521
Detail\ o f ar
671 912
.
,ropriauc
Transfer
to other lstitutior
includ~n
capital
transfers
(4 1
70’
19( 193 8:
5 4 :
Amount\
xcifically
nd exclu- i v e l y ap-
~ropr~ated
( 5 )
23 000 3000
17 000
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.? 0
95 95
.
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. 21
12
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11
.
T~t l c
ndependent Complaints Directorate .
................
lncludlng-
Capital expendlture ...................................
1 Administration .................................... 2 Investigation of complalnta ................. 3 Monitoring and development ...............
ustlce and Constitut~onal Development ......... Including-
Capital expenditure ................................
I Administration ......................................
2 Adminlstration of courts ...................... 3 State legal senices .............................. 4 National prosecuting authority .............
5 Auxiliaq and assoclated services ......... Truth and Reconc~hation Commission .... Human Rlghts Commission ............. Commission on Gender Equality ....
Special Investigating Unit ............... Legal Aid Board .............................. Public Protector ...............................
President Fund .................................
Represented Polmcal Parties Fund ...
iafety and Security .......................................... lnclud1ng-
Capital expenditure ................................. 1 Administration ....................................
2 Crime prevention ...................................
3 Detective ser\ices and cnme tntelllgence . . .
3 Operational response s e n ices .............
5 Protection service< ..............................
igriculture ................................................. lncluding-
Capital expenditure .................................
1 Admn~stration ...................................... 2 Agrlcultural support and developmen' .. 3 Sustainable remurce use and manage
menl ..............................................
Agricultural Research Council ......... 4 Agricultural production ....................... 5 Agrlcultural trade and economic and
policy analysis ................................
National Agrlcultural Marketing Council .........................................
6 Auxillary and associated services ........... -
.
26 715
3 544 885
17 131 642
175 177
Column I
Main
division5
( 2 )
12 677 10 115
392C
3 14 393
593 924
161 826 41.5 365 059 377
623 246 ' 548 257
105 857 . 535 607 318 675
123 320 89 I01
403 791
1 12 097
32 754
14 114
Details o f
Cap1tal
cexcludin; transfers
to other nstitution!
( 3 )
109
362 35
592 19
6 2 6 2
I
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7
9
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.
. .
to other
nstltution!
'tncludrng
capital transfers)
(4)
propnation
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1
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. 6 9 3 5
Amount?,
pecitically
md exclu- sivel! ap-
lropriated
( 5 )
10 000 21 899 13 057
21 419 312 103 29 371
190 001 60 983
271 246
Tltlc
onllllunlc~lllon\ ........................................... l ~ ~ l ~ ~ d i n g -
Capital expcndlturc ...................................
1 Adnunistration .....................................
2 Trlecommunications policy .....................
UniLersity of Stellenbosch ................... Um\craal Serv~ce Agency .................. Uni\wsal Service Fund ....................
3 Postal serwces ....................................... 4 Bt-oadcamng service\ policq ..................
SA Broadcasting Corporation ............. Channel Africa ................................... Independent Communications
Author~ty of SA ......................... Kational Electronic Media Institut~s of
s.4 .................................................. 5 Auxiliary and associated sewices ...........
n\ onme mental Affa~rs and Tour~sm .................. Includmg-
Capital expenditure .................................... I Admin~stration ...................................... 2 Environmental planning and co-ordina-
tlon .................................................... 3 h4arrne and coaytal management ............
Marine Li\ing Resources Fund . . . . . . . . 4 L\'eathe~- bureau ....................................
Weathcr Bureau ................................ 5 Tourism ................................................
SA Tour-Ism Board ........................... 6 €111 t~-onmental quality and protect~o~- ..... 7 B ~ o d ~ \ c ~ \ i t ! , and heritsje ......................
S A Nat~onal Parkr ........................... Natlonal Botanical In\cltute ............
8 .Aux~liat-! ;~nd aswcxatccl s c n ice\ . . . .
.abour ........................................................ lncludit1~-
Capital expcnd~ture ................................... I Admii~i~t~-atioii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 Occupational health and safety of pet- \on\ ..................................................
-3 Social insu~-ance ............................... Lnemplo)ment Insurance Fund . . . . . .
4 Employment and skills de\elopment s e n Ices ............................................. Nat~ona l Skills Fund .....................
S A Natlonal Council for the Blim .... Dc~if Fc.tim~tion of SA .....................
59 613 96 635
43 624 282 405
5 216
60 707
39 646 251 567
80 328
324 47 1
65 579 13.3 750
3 67C
! E S I 2
I 9 ox 1 2 1 1 1
I so 10:
5 93
12 03
66 -3 I
r
2
L
National Counc~l for the Physicall! -
Dlrabled ~n SA ............................. 5 Labour relation\ ...................................
commission for Concil~ation. Med~a- tlon and Arbirratlon ......................
6 Labour policy ...................................... National Productivity lnst~tute .........
7 Serv~ce del~ver!, .................................... 8 Auxiliary and associated services ..........
~ a t i o n a l Economic, Development an( Labour Council .............................
Public Sector SETA ..........................
and Affairs .................................................
lnclud~ng- Capital expenditure .................................. I Admin~straiion ...................................... ?- Surveys and mapping ........................... 3 Cadastral surveys ..................................
4 Rest~tution ............................................ 5 Land reform ......................................
KwaZulu-Natal InSon! ama Trust Board ..........................................
6 Spatial plannlnf and informat~on ........ 7 Auxtliary and associated services .........
,linerals and Energy ...................................
Including- Capital expendlrurs ................................. 1 Admin~stratton ..................................
2 Promotlon of mine safety and health .. 3 Mineral development ........................... 4 Energ? management ............................
Electric~t! Dis1rihutlon Industr! .... 5 .4ssoc1atcd sen Ices ..........................
S.4 Nuclear Energ!, Cnrporation . . . klineral Technology Research .......
Geoscience .............................
Puhltc \Vnrhs ...........................................
lnclud~ng- Capital expendlturc ............................ I Administration ..................................... 2 Provision of land and accommodation 3 Natlonal Public Works Programme .....
Construction lnduwy Development Bowd .........................................
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851 48'
1 20s 7E
3 521 5
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-
7
12
87
1
h.la1n
~vislons
( 2 )
165 51
2s 93
256 66 13 45
98 6( 50 4( 66 4(
189 4t
421 Xi
13 2 : 11 4'
52 8 74 6 78 6
634 0
365 4
160 L 3 052 f
299 !
r
In
148 572 515
Capital
xclud~ng
ransfers
to other stitution\)
(3)
15 13:
4 41
449 I
rransfers
to other
~s t i t u t~ons
includlnf capital
transfers)
(4)
151
13661t
- Council f o ~ the Bull1 En\ ironmen: .....
3 .4uxillary and a\\oclaied w r \ ~ c e \ . . . . . . . . Common\i ealth M'al- Gra \ es Conlln~s
\ion and YS ............................... Pdrliament~r! \?llage< .2$ana:ement
Board ............................................. Puhllc Sector SETA .......................
rade and Industr) .......................................... lncluding-
Cap~ta l expendlture ................................... 1 Adrniniatralion ...................................... 2 International trade and imestment po'icy
and de\elopn~t.nt ...............................
World Trade Orfanisation.. .............. 3 Enterpriw. c'omn?erce and ~ndustr!
policy developn~ent ........................... National Empouerment Fund ........... Development Bank of Southern
Africa ..........................................
SA Bureau of Standards ................... South Afrlcan Nar~onal Accreditatlon
System ..........................................
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research fCSIR) (National hlea;ur- tng Standards) ................................
CSIR (Contribution) .......................... Tcchnolop! and Human Research Ibr
Industry Proyamme contribution lo Nat~onal Research Foundatiov ...
Inno\ation contribut~on to IDC . . . . . Support P r o p m r n e for lnductr~al
Fund for Research ~ n t o Industrial De\,elopnient. Growth and E q u ~ ~ y c o n t r ~ h u r ~ o n to IDC ........................
En\~ronmenr Support Fund tESFj. ..... CII~.II~\>I - CSIR .......................... h't\iha Enterpn>z\ Promot~on Apznc! .... Kational Small Bu\ines\ Voice . . . . . . . . . Khula Enterpriw F~nance . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
N a t ~ o n ; ~ l k anuf ,~c tur~ng Ad\ Iwrh Ccntre Co-ordlnatinf Bod! ...........
S A M'omen'\ En~po\\ermsnt F O L I I K ~ . tlon .............................................
W o ~ l d Intellectual Property Orgm~sa t~on .............................
Organ~sat~on for Pre\ent~on o f
Conrpetiiion Colnmls\ion/Trlbunal .... SABS Trade lletrology .....................
National Gambling Board ..................
National I-otler~cs Board ...................
Chemiccil LVeIfare .........................
T
2 214 645
Details of
\ n1e
Title
Nat~onal I ~ q u o r Ad\ Iwr! Authority . Nar~onnl ln\pectorate .....................
Companies and Intellectual Propcrty Ri$ts Office ...............................
1 Enrerpr~se orgm\ation .......................... 5 Trade and Invectment South Africa .......
In\ ertment South Aft-ica ................
~-an\porl ............................................... lnclt~d~ng-
Capital expenditure ................................ I Admini\tration .................................. 2 Regulation and snfet!. ......................
S.A CI\ i l A\,iatIon Authorit) ............. SA National Road\ Agency Ltd ...... SA Marit~mr Safety Authority ....... :.. Road Traffic Managemsnr C o ~ n m ~ t -
tee ........................................... 3 Policy. strate:! and implementat~on .......
\:am A f i ~ r s and FOI-SS~I-! ................................. Including-
Capital expenditure .................................. 1 Administration ....................................... 2 Water remurce asbessnlent ..................... 3 Integrated \ m e r resourcc p l a n n ~ n ~ ........ 1 F'v'ater resou~ce developmeni ..................
Fi'elfare and recrcat~on ...................... 5 Regional implementation .....................
6 lntezrated nater rewurce 1mnagen1ent ... 7 Water sewices .................................. 8 For-rstt-y ................................................
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11 1
4 649 711
3 279 030
98 833 946
r \ l a l l l
( 2 )
942 22: 259 79;
31 395 234 082
i 378 234
202 758 72 868 47 025
358 971
! 109 411 87 025 65 02C
335 947
Capital
(exclud~ng tran\fers
to other nstitutions
(3)
36 23t
1201 166
5 2