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					2011 Appropriation Bill
                                                             Select Committee on Appropriations

                          Presented by: Matthew Simmonds – Acting Deputy Director-General: Budget Office
                                                                                            24 June 2011
 2011 Appropriation Bill


• 2011 Appropriation Bill was initially tabled in Parliament at the
  time of the budget – 23 February 2011

• Bill provides for the appropriation of money from the National
  Revenue Fund in terms of section 213 of the Constitution and
  section 15 of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA),
  1999

• Spending is subject to the PFMA and the provisions of the
  Appropriation Bill




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 2011 Appropriation Bill cont.


• Parliament is asked to pass the bill so that the President can
  assent to it and the Act can be promulgated before the end of
  July
• This is necessary as the financial year has already
  commenced and departments are incurring expenditure in
  terms of section 29 of the PFMA which makes provision for
  spending before an annual budget is passed,
   – Up to July, expenditure may not exceed 45% of the
     2010/11 financial year vote budget
   – After July, monthly expenditure can only amount to 10% of
     2010/11 vote budget
• Departmental activities may be constrained should there be
  delays in an Appropriation Act coming into effect


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Structure of the Bill

• Bill is divided by vote and by main division within a vote
  (programmes)
• An aim is set out for each vote and a purpose is set out for
  each programme
• Allocations are divided into:
   – Current payments
      • Compensation of employees
      • Goods and Services
      • Other
   – Transfers and subsidies
   – Payments for capital assets
   – Payments for financial assets
• Allocations marked with an asterisk refer to specifically and
  exclusively appropriated allocations
• Conditional grants are specifically and exclusively appropriated
  and are also listed in the Division of Revenue Bill, 2011
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Budget priorities

• The budget transfers resources in line with priorities
   – The key priorities of government as set out in the 2009 MTSF are:
      • creating jobs and infrastructure, education, health, rural
        development, combating crime, local government and human
        settlements
• These priorities are reflected in the 12 outcomes adopted by Cabinet
• Outcomes have been translated into detailed delivery agreements
  and targets for national and provincial governments, agencies and
  municipalities
• While these commitments address government’s broad mandate, the
  New Growth Path identifies employment creation as the single all
  encompassing objective of public policy
   – The aim is to create 5 million jobs over the decade ahead

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Savings
• Spending baselines have undergone rigorous review and current
  expenditure has been realigned to support government’s 12
  outcomes
• 2011 Budget made R94.1 billion available for new allocation to
  programmes over the 2011 Medium Term Expenditure Framework
  (MTEF) period
• This includes savings amounting to R30.6 billion
   – Of these savings, R21.6 billion was reprioritised within departmental
     budget baselines to meet existing commitments, and
   – R9 billion was channeled to key outcomes
      • Includes R6 billion, which resulted from a 0.3% reduction in the
         budget baselines across national and provincial departments
      • To accommodate this, government departments were asked to
         decrease spending on noncore goods and services, reschedule
         expenditure, adjust foreign exchange projections, reduce transfers to
         certain public entities, improve financial management and cut
         expenditure on administration.

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Baseline additions of R94.1bn over MTEF by
function




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Baseline additions of R94.1bn over MTEF by
economic classification

Real growth in expenditure   •   Compensation of employees
                                 rises by 6.6 per cent p.a.
                             •   Real transfers to households
                                 grow by 3.2 per cent p.a.
                             •   Real interest costs rise by 11.4
                                 per cent p.a. – fastest area of
                                 growth.
                             •   Payment for capital assets
                                 grows by 5.3 per cent on
                                 average over then MTEF.




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Key baseline additions for 2011/12

• R11.4 billion (R39.4 billion over MTEF) for compensation of
  employees adjustments
• R2.3 billion (R10.1 billion over MTEF) for job creation
• R2.1 billion (R10.4 billion over MTEF) for public transport
• R622 million (R2.8 billion over MTEF) for rural development and
  emerging farmer support
• R200 million (R1 billion over MTEF) for the green economy
• R794 million (R4.9 billion over MTEF) for human settlements
  upgrading and municipal services
• R840 million (R2.5 billion over MTEF) for water infrastructure and
  services
• R2 billion (R9.5 billion over MTEF) for FET college expansion and
  skills development



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Key baseline additions for 2011/12 cont.

• R780 million (R8.3 billion over MTEF) for school infrastructure and
  facilities and improved learner support materials
• R858 million (R5.5 billion over MTEF) for hospital revitilisation and
  primary health family care teams
• R60 million (R2.5 billion over MTEF) for HIV/AIDS and ARVs
• R1.2 billion (R8.9 billion over MTEF) for social protection
• R100 million (R2.1 billion over MTEF) for police personnel
  expansion and training
• R470 million (R1.2 billion over MTEF) for the Municipal Disaster
  Grant
• R683 million (R2.8 billion over MTEF) for payment of municipal
  charges




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Thank-you



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Additional allocations per function:
General Public Services
• The Presidency – R90.5 million (R348.2 million over MTEF)
   – R7.7 million (R24 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R12.4 million (R114 million over MTEF) for internal auditing capacity to be
     shared with the Department of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
   – R10.3 million (R30.1 million over MTEF) for political advisors and support
     services
   – R5.3 million (R19.3 million over MTEF) for appointing a deputy minister and
     related support staff
   – R24 million for the newly formed state owned enterprise review committee
   – R29 million (R110.5 million over MTEF) for the expanded structure of National
     Planning Commission and the appointment of researchers and advisors
   – R20 million over the MTEF for the National Income Dynamics Study phase 3
   – R1.7 million (R6.2 million over MTEF) for the Commonwealth youth programme
     subscription fee
• Parliament – R30.4 million (R94.1 million over MTEF)
   – R30.4 million (R94.1 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service




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General Public Services cont.

• Home Affairs – R176.9 million (R1.2 billion over MTEF)
   – R75.3 million (R243.9 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R21.6 million (R77.5 million over MTEF) for municipal and accommodation
     charges
   – R561.6 million over MTEF for infrastructure projects
   – R80 million (R200 million over MTEF) for the Electoral Commission’s revised
     remuneration dispensation
   – R79 million over MTEF for the management of asylum seekers and refugees
   – R38.3 million over MTEF for the issuance of work permits
   – R21.5 million over MTEF for mobile offices
• International Relations and Cooperation – R145.2 million (R477.4 million
  over MTEF)
   – R70.6 million (R218.1 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R30 million (R39.3 million over MTEF) for operational costs
   – R44.6 million (R152.9 million over MTEF) for membership contributions to
     international organisations




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General Public Services cont.

• Public Works – R249.4 million (R615.4 million over MTEF)
   – R40.4 million (R124.1 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R29 million (R188.3 million over MTEF) for municipal and accommodation
      charges
   – R30 million for updating the immovable asset register
   – R150 million for the Independent Development Trust
   – R123 million over MTEF for the Expanded Public Works Programme
  – Conditional grants
     • R641 million (R2.2 billion over MTEF) for the Devolution of Property Rate
        Funds Grant to provinces
     • R200 million (R727.9 million over MTEF) for the Social Sector Expanded
        Public Works Incentive Grant for provinces
• Government Communication and Information System - R10.1 million
  (R30.6 million over MTEF)
   – R5.3 million (R16.5 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service



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General Public Services cont.

    – R1.5 million (R4.8 million over MTEF) for video and photography support
      services to The Presidency
    – R1.4 million (R4.3 million over MTEF) for media relations
    – R896 000 (R2.8 million over MTEF) for development of a communication
      cadre
    – R1 million (R2.2 million over MTEF) for the communication curriculum for the
      communication cadre
• National Treasury – R3.4 billion (R12.6 billion over the MTEF)
    – R19.3 million (R59.4 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
    – R500 million (R1.5 billion over MTEF) for post-retirement medical benefits,
      the state's contribution to the political office bearer's fund and injury on duty
      expenditure
    – R140 million (R466.2 million over MTEF) for membership contributions to the
      African Development Bank




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General Public Services cont.

  – R309 million over MTEF for the Common Monetary Area for the shortfall
     given the estimated annual increase of circulation of notes and coins
  – R83 million (R260 million over MTEF) for the expanded crime intelligence
     structure
  – R50 million (R168.1 million over MTEF) for membership contributions to the
     World Bank
  – R42 million (R287 million over MTEF) for the general fuel levy
  – R600 million for post disaster recovery and reconstruction
  – R2 billion (R9 billion over MTEF) for the Employment Creation Facilitation
     Fund
 – Conditional grants
    • R50 million (R225.5 million over MTEF) for the Financial Management
        Grant to municipalities
 – Provincial equitable share - R8.6 billion (R32.8 billion over MTEF)




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General Public Services cont.

• Public Service and Administration – R34.9 million (R134 million over
  MTEF)
    –   R6.2 million (R19.2 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
    –   R18.7 million (R87.1 million over MTEF) for operational costs
    –   R5.4 million (R13.0 million over MTEF) for the Deputy Minister's office
    –   R4.6 million (R14.7 million over MTEF) for the Public Service Commission for
        operational costs
• Statistics South Africa – R535.8 million (R712.3 million over MTEF)
    – R35.8 million (R102.3 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
    – R110 million over MTEF for municipal and accommodation charges
    – R500 million for the 2011 Census




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 Recreation, Culture and Sport

• Arts and Culture – R66.9 million (R255.8 million over MTEF)
   – R5.4 million (R16.7 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R10 million (R39 million over MTEF) for municipal and accommodation charges
   – R1.5 million (R9 million over MTEF) for bursaries for heritage professionals
   – R33.5 million (R135.2 million over MTEF) for the National Film and Video
     Foundation for the development of the local film industry
   – R11.5 million (R36.5 million over MTEF) for institutional support and capacity
     building for the National Library of South Africa and the South African Library for
     the Blind
   – R5 million (R19.3 million over MTEF) for the operational costs of the National
     Museum in Bloemfontein
• Sport and Recreation South Africa – R49 million (R205.7 million over MTEF)
   – R2.5 million (R7.6 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R12 million (R40 million over MTEF) for municipal and accommodation charges
   – R5 million (R16.5 million over MTEF) for office accommodation
   – R4.5 million (R5.5 million over MTEF) for Boxing South Africa for operational
     costs
   – R25 million (R136 million over MTEF) for support to sport federations


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 Education

• The bulk of spending on education entails transfers to provinces and
  public entities
• Basic Education – R826.4 million (R9.1 billion over MTEF)
   – R9.2 million (R28.5 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R20 million (R75 million over MTEF) for operations of the new department
   – R80 million for a curriculum review
   – R596 million over MTEF for Funza Lushaka teacher bursaries
   – R14.2 million (R52.9 million over MTEF) for examinations and assessments for
     the National Curriculum Statement
   – R3 million (R14 million over MTEF) for the Curriculum and Professional
     Development Unit
   – R700 million (R8.2 billion over MTEF) to address school infrastructure
     backlogs
• Higher Education and Training – R1.9 billion (R8.4 billion over MTEF)
   – R8.3 million (R25.8 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R17 million (R59 million over MTEF) for municipal and accommodation
     charges
   – R44 million (R179.1 million over MTEF) for operations of the new department


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Education cont.

  – R50 million (R300 million over MTEF) for the establishment of universities in
     Mpumalanga and the Northern Cape
  – R48 million (R153 million over MTEF) for NSFAS for administrative costs
  – R39 million (R172.1 million over MTEF) for FET colleges and the adult
     education and training examination function
  – R5 million (R21 million over MTEF) for the Higher Education HIV and AIDS
     Programme
  – R1.7 billion (R7.5 billion over MTEF) for NSFAS: FET college and university
     student awards and bursaries
 – Conditional grants
    • R104 million (R328 million over MTEF) for the Further Education and
       Training Colleges Grant for improved conditions of service for FET college
       personnel
    • R250 million (R1.4 billion over MTEF) for the Further Education and
       Training Colleges Grant for increased student enrolment




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Health

• The bulk of health spending entails transfers to provinces and public
  entities
• Health – R132 million (R390 million over MTEF)
    – R13 million (R44 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
    – R2 million (R9 million over MTEF) to support provincial finances
    – R30 million (R90 million over MTEF) for the increased distribution of
      condoms
    – R10 million (R30 million over MTEF) for forensic chemistry laboratories for
      equipment and filling of posts
    – R10 million (R30 million over MTEF) for the oversight of hospital revitalisation
      projects
    – R5 million (R21 million over MTEF) for health technology equipment and
      systems
    – R11 million (R21 million over MTEF) for Public Private Partnership (PPP)
      projects for planning and transactional advisor costs
    – R9 million (R19 million over MTEF) for nursing colleges for planning and
      coordination of the upgrading and recapitalisation projects
    – R5 million (R15 million over MTEF) for the Ministerial advisory committee for
      National Health Insurance

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Health cont.

  – R5 million (R15 million over MTEF) for national workgroup investigations of
     patient based information technology systems
  – R4 million (R13 million over MTEF) for updating hospital tariff schedules
  – R3 million (R15 million over MTEF) for the Health Systems Trust
  – R10 million (R40 million over MTEF) for the Quality Office of Standards
     Compliance for the inspectorate and accreditation function
  – R10 million for the establishment of the South African Health Products
     Regulatory Authority and capacity to deal with the medicines registration
     backlogs
  – R5 million (R18 million over MTEF) for the Compensation Commissioner for
     Occupational Diseases to address backlogs in compensation, improve
     systems and address problems identified in audit reports
 – Conditional grants
    • R1.3 billion over MTEF for the Comprehensive HIV and AIDS Grant for the
       HIV and AIDS treatment programme
    • R60 million (R180 million over MTEF) for the Comprehensive HIV and
       AIDS Grant for circumcisions
    • R250 million (R1.5 billion over MTEF) for the National Tertiary Services
       Grant for developing public hospital norms and standards


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 Social Protection

• Social Development – R312.1 million (R3.2 billion over MTEF)
   –   R7.5 million (R22.4 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   –   R5 million (R15.7 million over MTEF) for information systems
   –   R2 million (R5 million over MTEF) for an infrastructure feasibility study
   –   R2.3 million (R7 million over MTEF) for the prevention and mitigation of
       disaster risks
   –   R1.4 billion over MTEF for social assistance grants
   –   R100 million (R600 million over MTEF) for alignment of the income threshold
       of the Old Age Grant to the tax payment threshold
   –   R9.5 million (R33.8 million over MTEF) for Integrated Justice System related
       activities
   –   R120 million (R535 million over MTEF) for South African Social Security
       Agency’s (SASSA) new model for payment of social grants and for the
       integrated grants administration model
   –   R270 million over MTEF to reduce SASSA’s deficit
   –   R62.8 million (R194.1 million over MTEF) for SASSA for improved conditions
       of service
   –   R65 million over MTEF for SASSA for additional personnel
   –   R3 million for a review of the National Development Agency

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Social Protection cont.


• Women, Children and People with Disabilities – R10 million (R45 million
  over MTEF)
   – R2 million over MTEF for improved conditions of service
   – R10 million (R43 million over MTEF) for capacity building and operational
     expenditure




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Public Order and Safety

• Correctional Services – R579.9 million (R2.8 billion over MTEF)
   – R371.7 million (R1.1 billion over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R148.2 million (R590 million over MTEF) for payment of municipal charges
   – R60 million (R460 million over MTEF) for upgrading information technology
     infrastructure
   – R250 million over MTEF for consumables such as coal for the operation of
     boilers, fuel for generators and for cleaning materials
   – R243 million over MTEF for operational costs for 3 correctional facilities that
     are being upgraded
   – R82 million over MTEF for anti-retroviral treatment for inmates
• Independent Complaints Directorate – R7.9 million (R27.1 million over
  MTEF)
   – R2.9 million (R9 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R3.6 million (R8.9 million over MTEF) for strengthening financial
     management
   – R1.4 million (R6.3 million over MTEF) for opening 2 satellite offices for
     improved accessibility to services
   – R2.8 million over MTEF for developing a monitoring and evaluation
     component to improve reporting on performance

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Public Order and Safety cont.

• Justice and Constitutional Development – R477 million (R3.1 billion over
  MTEF)
    – R247.9 million (R773.4 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
    – R64.4 million (R240.9 million over MTEF) for payment of municipal charges
    – R50 million (R165 million over MTEF) for the implementation of OSD Phase 2
      (the Department and the National Prosecuting Authority)
    – R350 million over MTEF for the appointment of judges and magistrates
    – R87.5 million over MTEF for operational costs associated with appointment of
      more judges and magistrates
    – R180 million over MTEF for increased regional court capacity
    – R490 million over MTEF for the construction of courts
    – R175 million over MTEF for implementation of legislation concerning
      vulnerable groups
    – R210 million over MTEF for the renewal of ICT infrastructure
    – R30 million (R45 million over MTEF) for the Presidential Initiative: United in
      Diversity
    – R44.6 million (R241.4 million over MTEF) for Legal Aid South Africa for
      increased capacity, improved conditions of service and implementation of
      OSD Phase 2

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 Public Order and Safety cont.

    – R15.6 million (R64.2 million over MTEF) for the Special Investigating Unit for
      increased investigative capacity and improved conditions of service
    – R18.3 million (R70.2 million over MTEF) for the Office of the Public Protector
      for increased investigative capacity, improved conditions of service and
      municipal and accommodation charges
    – R6.2 million (R29.8 million over MTEF) for the South African Human Rights
      Commission for increased Legal Services Programme capacity, improved
      conditions of service and municipal and accommodation charges
• Police – R1.5 billion (R6.9 billion over MTEF)
    – R1.2 billion (R4 billion over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
    – R170.7 million (R651.3 million over MTEF) for payment of municipal charges
    – R100 million (R2.1 billion over MTEF) for additional personnel
    – R70 million over MTEF for tactical response teams to deal with medium-risk
      policing operations
    – R70 million over MTEF for crime intelligence capacity




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 Defence

• Defence and Military Veterans – R1.2 billion (R4.6 billion over MTEF)
    – R491.8 million (R1.6 billion over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
    – R154.3 million (R611.8 million over MTEF) for payment of municipal charges
    – R418.7 million (R1.8 billion over MTEF) for the new remuneration dispensation
    – R15.4 million (R57.5 million over MTEF) for operational expenditure for the new
      Department
    – R100 million (R600 million over MTEF) for borderline control




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 Housing and Community Amenities

• Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs –
  R189.1 million (R1.3 billion over the MTEF)
   – R8.6 million (R26.5 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R5 million (R21 million over MTEF) for the recruitment of additional staff for the
      Department of Traditional Affairs
   – R3 million (R7 million over MTEF) for ICT integration and knowledge
      management
   – R168 million (R1.2 billion over MTEF) for the Local Government Equitable Share
      for support to poor municipalities and implementation of revisions to the funding
      distribution formulae
   – R2.5 million (R17 million over MTEF) for the implementation of a master system
      plan for the National Disaster Management Centre
   – R2 million (R6.4 million over MTEF) for the Comprehensive Capacity Building
      Programme for the National Disaster Management Centre
  – Conditional grants
     • R470 million (R1.2 billion over MTEF) for the Municipal Disaster Grant
     • R305 million (R675 million over MTEF) for the Provincial Disaster Grant



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 Housing and Community Amenities cont.

• Human Settlements – R256.4 million (R1.6 billion over MTEF)
   – R12.9 million (R34.9 million over MTEF) for compensation of employees
   – R18.6 million (R61.6 million over MTEF) for municipal and accommodation
      charges
   – R30.4 million over MTEF for upgrading the housing subsidy system
   – R9.6 million over MTEF for the Housing Occupancy Audit
   – R85 million over MTEF for the National upgrading support programme
   – R60 million over MTEF for the Special investigations unit
   – R125 million (R972 million over MTEF) for the Social Housing Regulatory
      Authority for the Social housing programme for construction of 6 000 housing
      units
   – R100 million (R300 million over MTEF) for the recapitalisation of the National
      Urban Reconstruction and Housing Agency
  – Conditional grants
     • R6.3 billion (R21.8 billion over MTEF) for the Urban Settlements
        Development Grant for Cities
     • R2.2 billion (R7.1 billion over MTEF) for the Human Settlements
        Development Grant


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 Housing and Community Amenities cont.

• Water Affairs – R1.1 billion (R3.3 billion over MTEF)
   – R40.2 million (R121.4 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R87 million (R278 million over MTEF) for the establishment of a regulations
      branch
   – R7.1 million (R22.4 million over MTEF) for a review of the regulatory and pricing
      strategy
   – R19 million (R57 million over MTEF) for the prevention and mitigation of disaster
      risks
   – R75 million (R225 million over MTEF) for acid mine drainage
   – R50 million for the Hartbeespoort water quality programme
   – R200 million over MTEF for the De Hoop Dam bulk water distribution
   – R245 million for construction of the De Hoop Dam (Phase 2A)
   – R230.3 million (R580.3 million over MTEF) for construction of the De Hoop Dam
      (Phases 2C-G)
   – R203 million (R520 million over MTEF) for construction of the Nandoni Pipeline
   – R100 million (R952 million over MTEF) for the Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant
  – Conditional grants
     • R180.8 million for the Water Services Operating Subsidy Grant
     • R450 million over the MTEF for the Drought Relief Grant (Nelson Mandela Bay
         emergency disaster relief)
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Economic Affairs

• Transport – R1.2 billion (R4.5 billion over MTEF)
    – R9.5 million (R29.4 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
    – R36 million (R118.7 million over MTEF) for accommodation charges
    – R34.9 million (R40.9 million over MTEF) for the National Household Travel
      Survey
    – R6 million for maritime rescue operations
    – R2.5 million (R7.5 million over MTEF) for the implementation of the National
      Land Transport Act
    – R3.5 million (R10.5 million over MTEF) for the monitoring of grants
    – R4 million (R5.5 million over MTEF) for restructuring of the Road Accident
      Fund
    – R10 million (R50 million over MTEF) for a transport sector economic
      regulator
    – R2 million (R6 million over MTEF) for the establishment of the Aviation Safety
      Investigation Board
    – R2 million (R6 million over MTEF) for the establishment of an Appeal
      Committee in terms of Civil Aviation Act
    – R5 million (R15 million over MTEF) for the Road Traffic Infringement Agency
      for operational costs

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Economic Affairs cont.

  – R464.8 million (R1.8 billion over MTEF) for the South African National Roads
     Agency for the coal haulage roads project
  – R150 million (R1.1 billion over MTEF) for the Passenger Rail Agency of
     South Africa (PRASA) for the upgrading and extension of the signalling
     system
  – R200 million (R350 million over MTEF) for PRASA for the refurbishment and
     upgrade of passenger rolling stock
  – R20 million for PRASA for new rolling stock for Metrorail
  – R200 million (R950 million over MTEF) for the South African National Roads
     Agency for road maintenance
 – Conditional grants
    • R378.3 million (R2.5 billion over MTEF) for the Public Transport
       Infrastructure and Systems Grant for dedicated bus lanes, bus stations,
       depots and information technology systems for integrated public transport
    • R24.3 million (R77 million over MTEF) for the Rural Transport Service and
       Infrastructure Grant
    • R566.3 million (R3.4 billion over MTEF) for the Provincial Roads
       Maintenance Grant



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Economic Affairs cont.

• Communications – R105.7 million (R467.7 million over MTEF)
   – R5.7 million (R17.7 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R10 million for the National Broadband Services Strategy
   – R5 million for the broadband policy for all spheres government including
     entities
   – R85 million (R435 million over MTEF) for broadband services infrastructure in
     underserviced/rural areas within all provinces
• Energy – R307.9 million (R369.7 million over MTEF)
   – R4.7 million (R14.3 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R282 million for the payments for generators and electrical connections
   – R1.1 million (R6.9 million over MTEF) for the establishment of petroleum
     controller regional offices
   – R20.1 million (R66.5 million over MTEF) for the establishment of the South
     African Energy Development Institute




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Economic Affairs cont.

• Trade and Industry – R527.6 million (R1.8 billion over MTEF)
   –   R11.8 million (R40.9 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   –   R13.2 million over MTEF for operational costs
   –   R5 million (R15 million over MTEF) for the Cooperatives Incentive Scheme
   –   R20 million (R60 million over MTEF) for export marketing and investment
       assistance
   –   R789 000 million (R1.5 million over MTEF) for the Industrial Development
       Corporation for the support programme for industrial innovation
   –   R60 million (R195 million over MTEF) for the Black Business Supplier
       Development Programme
   –   R150 million (R600 million over MTEF) for the Enterprise Investment
       Programme
   –   R171.3 million (R421.3 million over MTEF) for the East London Industrial
       Development Zone
   –   R60.7 million (R132.7 million over MTEF) for the Richards Bay Industrial
       Development Zone
   –   R10 million (R30 million over MTEF) for the Companies and Intellectual
       Property Tribunal



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Economic Affairs cont.

  – R4 million (R40 million over MTEF) for the National Metrology Institute of
    South Africa
  – R5 million (R123 million over MTEF) for the National Regulator for
    Compulsory Specifications
  – R10 million (R65 million over MTEF) for the Intsimbi National Tooling
    Initiative
  – R2 million (R17 million over MTEF) for the South African National
    Accreditation System
  – R2 million (R13 million over MTEF) for the National Foundry Technology
    Network
  – R4 million (R11 million over MTEF) for the Small Enterprise Development
    Agency for improved conditions of service
  – R7 million for the South African Bureau of Standards for upgrading the
    vehicle testing facility
  – R2 million (R5 million over MTEF) for the National Consumer Tribunal for
    improved conditions of service
  – R2 million (R5 million over MTEF) for the National Credit Regulator for
    improved conditions of service



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Economic Affairs cont.

• Public Enterprises – R44.8 million (R53.9 million over MTEF)
   –   R3 million (R9 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   –   R1 million (R3 million over MTEF) for payment of municipal services
   –   R788 000 (R1.9 million over MTEF) for goods and services
   –   R40 million for the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor project for the dismantling
       and decommissioning costs of fuel development laboratories
• Labour – R131.7 million (R489.3 million over MTEF)
   – R25.6 million (R79.9 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R4.9 million (R20.9 million over MTEF) for municipal and accommodation
     charges
   – R60 million over MTEF for inspection and enforcement services
   – R94.7 million (R311 million over MTEF) for the Commission for Conciliation,
     Mediation and Arbitration for the case management system and
     implementation of amendments to the Labour Relations Act
   – R6.5 million (R17.5 million over MTEF) for the National Economic
     Development and Labour Council for operational costs



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Economic Affairs cont.

• Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries – R144.1 million (R478 million over
  MTEF)
   – R41.8 million (R134.2 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R12 million over MTEF for upgrading the information technology system
   – R34 million (R151 million over MTEF) for management of forestry operations
      in Mpumalanga
   – R63.3 million (R190 million over MTEF) for the prevention and mitigation of
      disaster risks
   – R5 million (R125 million over MTEF) for the Marine Living Resources Fund
      for the maintenance of patrol vessels and office space to accommodate
      personnel working in the fisheries function
  – Conditional grants
     • R50 million (R400 million over MTEF) for the Comprehensive Agricultural
         Support Programme Grant
     • R100 million over MTEF for the Land Care Programme Grant




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 Economic Affairs cont.

• Economic Development – R101.6 million (R423.7 million over MTEF)
   – R1.2 million (R5 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R55 million for the Khula Direct project
   – R34 million (R250 million over MTEF) for the capitalisation of the Agro
     Processing Competitiveness Fund
   – R10 million (R110 million over MTEF) for the Competition Commission for the
     substantial growth in demand for its services
   – R1.4 million (R3.7 million over MTEF) for the International Trade Administration
     Commission for improved conditions of service
• Environmental Affairs – R247.9 million (R630.3 million over MTEF)
   –   R11.8 million (R36.5 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   –   R77 million (R239.7 million over MTEF) for compensation of employees
   –   R4.2 million (R15.6 million over MTEF) to improve oil spill response capability
   –   R3.5 million over MTEF for combating environmental crime
   –   R5 million (R45 million over MTEF) for combating wildlife trafficking
   –   R200 million for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change
   –   R60 million for the Expanded Public Works Programme
   –   R30 million over MTEF for the Isimangaliso Wetlands Authority for infrastructure
       and operational costs
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Economic Affairs cont.

• Mineral Resources – R43.2 million (R130.9 million over MTEF)
   – R13.2 million (R40.9 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R30 million (R60 million over MTEF) for the Council for Mineral Technology
     for mineral policy and promotion
   – R30 million over MTEF for the Council for Mineral Technology for water
     treatment technology
• Rural Development and Land Reform – R610.4 million (R2.6 billion over
  MTEF)
   – R38.4 million (R118.8 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R422 million (R1.3 billion over MTEF) for the Land Restitution Programme
   – R150 million (R1.1 billion over MTEF) for the Comprehensive Rural
     Development Programme
• Science and Technology – R14.6 million (R558.6 million over MTEF)
   –   R7.6 million (R23.6 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   –   R5 million (R358 million over MTEF) for bursaries for post graduate students
   –   R150 million over MTEF for scientific equipment
   –   R2 million (R27 million over MTEF) for the Intellectual Property Office



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 Economic Affairs cont.

• Tourism – R52.5 million (R139.8 million over MTEF)
   – R3.8 million (R14.6 million over MTEF) for improved conditions of service
   – R48.7 million (R125.2 million over MTEF) for office accommodation and general
     capacity




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