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					Statistics South Africa
Adjusted budget summary
R thousand Amount to be appropriated of which: Current payments Transfers and subsidies Payments for capital assets Executive authority Accounting officer Website address Main appropriation 1 608 648 2009/10 Adjusted appropriation 1 715 174

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Decrease – – – – Increase 106 526 97 831 4 339 4 356

1 553 602 1 651 433 56 4 395 54 990 59 346 Minister in the Presidency: National Planning Commission Statistician-General of Statistics South Africa www.statssa.gov.za

Aim
The aim of Statistics South Africa is to provide relevant and accurate statistics to inform users on the dynamics in the economy and society by applying internationally acclaimed practices.

Mid-year performance status
Indicator As published in the 2009 ENE Programme Programme linked to the indicator Economic Statistics Economic Statistics Economic Statistics Economic Statistics Economic Statistics Economic Statistics 1 Population and Social Statistics Population and Social Statistics Population and Social Statistics Statistical Support and Informatics Population and Social Statistics Projected for 2009/10 as published in the 2009 ENE 34 9 8 400 912 8 4 18 – 50% (129) 120 000 Annual performance Achieved in the first six months of 2009/10 (April to September) 10 9 8 402 1 645 8 1 2 0 15% (39) 0 Change of estimate for 2009/10 – – – – 1 645 – – – – – –

Number of economic sectors reported on each year: quarterly and annual GDP estimates Number of economic sectors reported on each year: industry and trade statistics Number of economic sectors reported on each year: financial statistics Number of commodities price movements collected each year: CPI Number of commodities price movements collected each year: PPI Number of industries reported on each year: labour market trends Number of releases on labour market dynamics each year Number of releases on changing population profile each year Number of releases on living conditions survey each year Total percentage of municipalities demarcated Number of census questionnaires collected during the pilot (2009/10) and the main census (2011/12) 1. Programme incorrect in ENE. Corrected here.

The estimated number of commodities price movements collected for the PPI in 2009/10 has been increased, because this number was still being determined by the review of the PPI at the time of publishing the ENE.

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2009 Adjusted Estimates of National Expenditure

Adjusted Estimates of National Expenditure 2009
Programme 2009/10 Additional appropriation Main appropriation 414 225 156 568 620 929 57 369 197 187 162 370 1 608 648 1 553 602 928 931 624 671 56 – 56 54 990 54 551 439 Rollover – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Unforeseeable/ unavoidable 2 755 1 500 74 584 150 27 537 – 106 526 106 526 106 526 – – – – – – – Virement (685) 2 829 (1 761) (2 717) (40) 2 374 – (8 695) (19 678) 10 983 4 339 225 4 114 4 356 2 123 2 233 Function shift – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Other adjustments – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Total additional appropriation 2 070 4 329 72 823 (2 567) 27 497 2 374 106 526 97 831 86 848 10 983 4 339 225 4 114 4 356 2 123 2 233 Adjusted appropriation 416 295 160 897 693 752 54 802 224 684 164 744 1 715 174 1 651 433 1 015 779 635 654 4 395 225 4 170 59 346 56 674 2 672

R thousand 1. Administration 2. Economic Statistics 3. Population and Social Statistics 4. Methodology and Standards 5. Statistical Support and Informatics 6. Corporate Relations Total Economic classification Current payments Compensation of employees Goods and services Transfers and subsidies Foreign governments and international organisations Households Payments for capital assets Machinery and equipment Software and other intangible assets h Total

1 608 648

–

106 526

–

–

–

106 526

1 715 174

Details of adjustments to Estimates of National Expenditure 2009
Unforeseeable and unavoidable expenditure – R106.526 million
Of the additional allocation for unforeseeable and unavoidable expenditure, R22.758 million is for higher salary increases than the main budget provided for and R83.768 million is for the 37 per cent addition to payments in lieu of benefits for contract workers and field workers.
Programme 1: Administration

R2.3 million is allocated for higher salary increases than the main budget provided for. R455 000 for the payments in lieu of benefits
Programme 2: Economic Statistics

R1.5 million is allocated for higher salary increases than the main budget provided for.
Programme 3: Population and Social Statistics

R74.584 million for payments in lieu of benefits
Programme 4: Methodology and Standards

R150 000 is allocated for higher salary increases than the main budget provided for.
Programme 5: Statistical Support and Informatics

R18.808 million is allocated for higher salary increases than the main budget provided for. R8.729 million for payments in lieu of benefits

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Virements
Programmes 1. Administration 2. Economic Statistics 3. Population and Social Statistics 4. Methodology and Standards 5. Statistical Support and Informatics 6. Corporate Relations FROM: Programme by economic classification Motivation Programme 1 Goods and services Reduction due to vacant posts

R thousand (10 515) (3 071)

TO: Programme by economic classification Programme 2 Compensation of employees Programme 1 Goods and services Goods and services

Motivation For shortfall for expansion of agricultural survey For travel costs To appoint agency staff to assist with document control For audit software Increase to pay contract workers For shortfall For operational costs For bursaries for nonemployees For travel costs

R thousand 896 896 2 175 222 746

Compensation of employees

Machinery and equipment Compensation Programme 2 Compensation of employees Goods and services Programme 1 Households (current) Programme 2 Goods and services Programme 6 Goods and services Goods and services

170 1037 769 209 560 4 005 4 005 296 296 1 173 893 280

Goods and services

Reduction due to project starting late

(4 774)

Goods and services

Reduction in computers and venues

(2 670)

For travel costs For security, cleaning and lease payment for the provincial offices For security and telecommunications equipment For shortfall in operational costs For leave gratuity For upgrading a post For shortfall in operational costs For shortfall for expansion of agricultural survey For shortfall for expansion of agricultural survey To the United Nations for the integrated environmental economic accounts system For accommodation and air transport

Machinery and equipment

Programme 6 Machinery and equipment

1 201 1 201

Programme 2 Compensation of employees Goods and services Goods and services

Reduction due to vacant posts Reduction due to vacant posts Reduction due to project starting late

(2 658) (193) (90) (589)

Programme 2 Goods and services Programme 2 Households Compensation of employees Goods and services

283 283 1 743 89 250 250 1 104 50 225 225

Compensation of employees

(1 154)

Compensation of employees Goods and services Programme 2 Foreign governments and international organisations (current) Programme 1 Goods and services

Goods and services

Reduction in research and advisory services

(225)

Reduction in travel and subsistence, foreign accommodation and air transport

(407)

407 407

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2009 Adjusted Estimates of National Expenditure

FROM: Programme by economic classification Programme 3 Compensation of employees

Motivation Reduction due to vacant posts

R thousand (30 567) (3 107)

TO: Programme by economic classification Programme 5 Machinery and equipment Programme 3 Machinery and equipment Goods and services

Motivation For computers For a post enumeration survey for the Census 2011 pilot For a post enumeration survey for the Census 2011 pilot For inventory for Census permanent staff For filled posts For contract workers For equipment for the Census 2011 pilot For computers

R thousand 1 761 1 761 1 346 62 384 900 9 421 8 498 900 23 80 80 17 959 17 959 836 836 154 154

Goods and services

Reduction due to project starting late

(9 421)

Programme 3 Compensation of employees Machinery and equipment Programme 3 Machinery and equipment Programme 3 Goods and services Programme 2 Compensation of employees Programme 4 Compensation of employees Programme 1 Goods and services Programme 4 Compensation of employees Households (current) Machinery and equipment Programme 5 Software and other intangible assets Programme 2 Compensation of employees Programme 1 Goods and services Programme 5 Software and other intangible assets Programme 1 Goods and services Programme 5 Machinery and equipment

Goods and services

Reduction in stationery and printing Reduction in permanent appointments of field workers Reduction due to project starting late Reduction due to vacant posts

(80)

Compensation of employees Programme 4 Goods and services

(17 959) (3 399) (836)

For periodic appointments of field workers For upgrading a post

(154)

For staff transferred from Data Management and Information Delivery (DMID) For financial administration contract workers For staff transferred from DMID For a leave gratuity For computers for new staff For software

Reduction due to cost saving measures

(1 071)

543 543 528 517 6 5 783 783 439 439 116 116 49 49 2 584 2 584 22 22

Reduction in agency outsourced services Compensation of employees Reduction because staff appointed late

(783)

(555)

For upgrading a post

For financial administration contract workers For software

Programme 5 Goods and services

Reduction in specialised computer services Reduction in software licences

(12 882) (49)

Goods and services

(2 584)

For data management technology Funds shifted from current payments because items cost more than R5 000 For travel costs

Goods and services

Funds shifted to payments for capital assets because items cost more than R5 000 Reduction in performance bonuses Reduction due to vacant posts

(22)

Compensation of employees

(24)

Programme 5 Goods and services Programme 5 Goods and services

24 24 5 230 11 1 318 1 401 2 500 4 698 4 698

Compensation of employees

(5 230)

Compensation of employees

Reduction due to vacant posts

(4 698)

Software and other intangible assets Compensation of employees Programme 5 Compensation of employees

For travel costs For geographical information services For software For contract workers on dwelling frame project For contract workers on geographic frame project

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FROM: Programme by economic classification Compensation of employees Programme 6 Goods and services

Motivation Reduction due to vacant posts Reduction in travel and subsistence Reduction due to vacant posts

R thousand (275) (6 360) (14)

TO: Programme by economic classification Programme 5 Goods and services Programme 6 Households (current) Programme 6 Goods and services

Motivation For travel costs For leave gratuity

R thousand 275 275 14 14 6 346 5 422

Compensation of employees

(6 346)

For security, cleaning and lease payment for the provincial offices For travel costs For international accommodation

352 572 66 381

Total

(66 381)

Expenditure 2008/09 and preliminary expenditure 2009/10
Programme 2008/09 Expenditure outcome Apr 08 Sep 08 % of adjusted appropriation 45.7 51.0 40.9 43.8 35.9 42.3 42.7 2009/10 Preliminary expenditure Apr 08 Mar 09 % of adjusted appropriation 105.6 96.3 99.3 92.4 100.3 92.4 100.0 Apr 09 Sep 09 % of adjusted appropriation 63.3 47.4 32.6 45.0 66.4 63.4 49.2

R thousand 1. Administration 2. Economic Statistics 3. Population and Social Statistics 4. Methodology and Standards 5. Statistical Support and Informatics 6. Corporate Relations Total Economic classification Current payments Compensation of employees Goods and services Interest and rent on land Financial transactions in assets and liabilities Transfers and subsidies Non-profit institutions Households Payments for capital assets Machinery and equipment Software and other intangible assets Total

Adjusted appropriation 367 477 143 084 392 978 48 394 239 103 132 354 1 323 390

Apr 08 Sep 08 168 013 72 957 160 646 21 193 85 801 55 991 564 601

Apr 08 Mar 09 388 184 137 736 390 333 44 719 239 892

Adjusted appropriation 416 295 160 897 693 752 54 802 224 684 164 744 1 715 174

Apr 09 Sep 09 263 380 76 192 225 849 24 660 149 086 104 404 843 571

122 282 1 323 146

1 276 133 702 124 574 009 – – 1 995 150 1 845 45 262 44 348 914

532 841 291 222 241 257 – 362 1 839 50 1 789 29 921 29 921 –

41.8 41.5 42.0 – – 92.2 33.3 97.0 66.1 67.5 –

1 267 377 700 701 566 198 – 478 1 991 50 1 941 53 778 53 591 187

99.3 99.8 98.6 – – 99.8 33.3 105.2 118.8 120.8 20.5

1 651 433 1 015 779 635 654 – – 4 395 – 4 170 59 346 56 674 2 672

829 779 446 619 383 150 22 (12) 2 986 – 2 986 10 806 10 806 –

50.2 44.0 60.3 – – 67.9 – 71.6 18.2 19.1 –

1 323 390

564 601

42.7

1 323 146

100.0

1 715 174

843 571

49.2

Main expenditure trends for the first half of 2009/10
Total expenditure for 2008/09 was 100 per cent of the 2008/09 adjusted appropriation. Expenditure in the first six months of 2009/10 was R843.6 million, or 49.2 per cent of the adjusted appropriation of R1.715 billion for the year as a whole. In comparison, mid-year expenditure in 2008/09 was R564.6 million, or 42.7 per cent of the 2008/09 adjusted appropriation. Expenditure in the first six months of 2009/10 increased by R279.0 million or 49.4 per cent, compared to expenditure in the first six months of 2008/09. The main expenditure increases compared to 2008/09 are due to capacitation in preparation for the 2011 Census, and the payment in lieu of benefits for contract workers and field workers.

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2009 Adjusted Estimates of National Expenditure

Departmental receipts
2008/09 Audited outcome Apr 08 Sep 08 % of adjusted Apr 08 estimate Mar 09 72.1 2 806 45.1 1 116 71.7 96.8 184 1 506 2009/10 Actual receipts Apr 08 Mar 09 % of adjusted estimate 104.7 93.4 102.2 115.4 Apr 09 Sep 09 % of adjusted estimate 78.7 47.9 22.9 86.2

R thousand Departmental receipts Sales of goods and services produced by department Interest, dividends and rent on land Financial transactions in assets and liabilities 1 Total

Adjusted estimate 2 680 1 195 180 1 305

Apr 08 Sep 08 1 931 539 129 1 263

Budget estimate 2 066 1 195 96 775

Adjusted estimate 6 919 1 195 96 5 628

Apr 09 Sep 09 5 448 573 22 4 853

2 680

1 931

72.1

2 806

104.7

2 066

6 919

5 448

78.7

Main departmental revenue trends for the first half of 2009/10
Departmental revenue collection in the first six months of 2009/10 was R5.4 million, or 78.7 per cent of the adjusted revenue estimate of R6.9 million for the year as a whole. In comparison, mid-year revenue collection in 2008/09 was R1.9 million, or 72.1 per cent of the 2008/09 adjusted estimate. Departmental revenue collection in the first six months of 2009/10 increased by R3.5 million or 182.1 per cent, compared to revenue collected in the first six months of 2008/09. The main revenue increases compared to 2008/09 are due to the recovery of the previous year’s expenditure bonuses.

Changes to transfers and subsidies, and conditional grants
Summary of changes to transfers and subsidies
2009/10 Additional appropriation Main appropriation Rollover Unforeseeable/ unavoidable Virement Function shift Other adjustment Total additional appropriation Adjusted appropriation

R thousand 1. Administration Households Social benefits Current Payments to non-employees 2. Economic Statistics Foreign governments and international organisations Current United Nations General Trust Fund Households Social benefits Current Payments to employees 4. Methodology and Standards Households Social benefits Current Payments to employees 6. Corporate Relations Households Social benefits Current Payments to employees

– –

– –

– –

4 005 4 005

– –

– –

4 005 4 005

4 005 4 005

– –

– –

– –

225 225

– –

– –

225 225

225 225

17 17

– –

– –

89 89

– –

– –

89 89

106 106

– –

– –

– –

6 6

– –

– –

6 6

6 6

39 39

– –

– –

14 14

– –

– –

14 14

53 53

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