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2013/14 FINANCIAL YEAR. First and Second Quarter Expenditure April 2013 to September 2013. CONTENT. Summary of “First and Second Quarter Expenditure” Social Assistance Grants Challenges. SUMMARY – SECOND QUARTER EXPENDITURE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. R’000. 50.01\% Spending.

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2013/14

FINANCIAL YEAR

First and Second Quarter Expenditure

April 2013 to September 2013

content
CONTENT
  • Summary of “First and Second Quarter Expenditure”
  • Social Assistance Grants
  • Challenges
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SUMMARY – SECOND QUARTER EXPENDITURE

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

R’000

50.01% Spending

Spent 25.71% in the

Second quarter

of the

fin year

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MONTHLY SUMMARY –QUARTERLY

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

R’000

Average spending percentage of 25.01% per quarter against the

allocation

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QUARTERLY EXPENDITURE PER

ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION

actions taken to improve management of expenditure
Actions taken to improve management of expenditure
  • Functioning of Procurement committees (BEC and BAC) improved;
  • Regular management meetings to review actual expenditure against allocated budget and performance plans;
  • Regular inter-departmental meetings to resolve disputes and outstanding matters;
  • Oversight visits to NGO’s receiving transfers.
  • Reprioritize department’s budget based on key priority areas
    • Active Ageing
    • Youth mobilization
    • Gender-based violence
    • Extending the Social Development Footprint (Mikondzo)
    • Social Development/October month activities
challenges
Challenges
  • Continued budget pressures:
    • Insufficient budget allocation versus wide scope of responsibilities
    • Increasing demand for services versus declining resources;
    • Shortage of Social Workers results in inability to provide statutory services as required by specific legislation eg. Children’s Act, Older Persons Act, etc.
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