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DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS BUDGET BRIEFING. Budget of R1,971b for 2003/04, R2,119 for 2004/05 and R2,385 for 2005/06 Increased from 2002/03 figure of R1,431b to R1,971b in 2003/04 financial year.This reflects an overall budget increase of 38%

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Department of home affairs budget briefing
DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS BUDGET BRIEFING

  • Budget of R1,971b for 2003/04, R2,119 for 2004/05 and R2,385 for 2005/06

  • Increased from 2002/03 figure of R1,431b to R1,971b in 2003/04 financial year.This reflects an overall budget increase of 38%

  • The increase is mainly attributed to auxiliary and associated services budget which carries the IEC and GPW budgets. R640 m has been allocated to the IEC for preparation for the oncoming elections.


Budget presentation cont
Budget presentation cont…

  • The budget is funding four main divisions of the vote (programs)

  • The four programs are administration, services to citizens, migration and auxiliary and associated services

  • Migration and services to citizens programs form the core functions of the department while support service is made up of administration and auxiliary and associated services programs.

  • 53% is core services and 47% is support






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