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2007/08 Preliminary Expenditure Outcomes Economic Services. Joint Budget Committee 30 May 2008. SCOPE: ECONOMIC SERVICES. Preliminary expenditure outcome: Summary for Economic Services Table Budget available vs. Actual Expenditure Summary Vacancy rates on critical posts Summary Virements

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scope economic services
SCOPE: ECONOMIC SERVICES
  • Preliminary expenditure outcome: Summary for Economic Services
    • Table Budget available vs. Actual Expenditure
    • Summary Vacancy rates on critical posts
    • Summary Virements
  • Detail expenditure outcomes per department
    • Department of Agriculture
    • Department of Land Affairs
    • Department of Environmental Affairs & Tourism
    • Department of Public Enterprises
    • Department of Science & Technology
    • Departmentof Trade & Industry
summary last quarter spending trends
Summary: Last quarter spending trends

1 Month = 8% 1 Quarter = 25%

detail expenditure outcomes and major issues per department
Detail Expenditure Outcomes and Major Issues Per Department

Per department detail expenditure outcomes and major issues:

(1) Major projects

(2) Observations and Analysis - Explanations on major current expenditure virements and major underspending /deviations

(3) Details on Actual spending vs. Budget Table 1

(4) Last quarter spending Table 2

For:

  • Department of Agriculture - VOTE 23
  • Department of Land Affairs - VOTE 27
  • Department of Environmental Affairs & Tourism - VOTE 25
  • Department of Public Enterprises - VOTE 30
  • Department of Science & Technology - VOTE 31
  • Department of Trade & Industry – VOTE 32
department of agriculture observations and analysis
Department of Agriculture Observations and Analysis
  • Preliminary Expenditure Outcome:
    • The Department has spent 95.6% which is an improvement from 06/07 financial year's expenditure of 93.7%
    • Expenditure on transfers and subsidies for February increased by 154% from January’s amount of R130m due to transfers of R250m for Agricultural Disaster.
  • Transfers and subsidies:

Total Transfers as percentage of available funds: 72.7%

  • Virements
    • R77.04 m was shifted from current expenditure to:
      • Transfers and subsidies (R41.854m)
      • Payment to capital assets (R35.186m)
  • Major underspending/deviations
    • Agriculture Vote underspent by R141.182m or 4.1% of the allocated budget
    • Prog 3, Bio-Security and Disaster Management: underspent by R98. 231m due to unprocessed claims for the compensation of farmers whose pigs were culled during Classical Swine Fever Campaign.
    • Prog 1, Administration: underspent by R26.580m due to planned project driven by Dept of Public Works that could not be carried out as planned.
department of agriculture major projects
Department of Agriculture Major Projects
  • Major Activities/Projects:

- Land bank (R700m) – recapitalization

- ARC (R488m) – Parliamentary Grant

- CASP ( R415m) - Targeted 80 000 emerging farmers in 9 Provinces.

- Agric Disaster(R300m)- Relief to 2 688 farmers: fires, drought, hailstorm, cold spell

- MAFISA (R250m)- Micro Loans to 1 990 farmers eg for poultry, farming inputs, equipment.

- AgriBEE (R50m) - 8 projects (empowerment deals)

- Land Care (R46.7m) - soil conservation, alien plants control, employing

674 303 people

department of land affairs observations and analysis
Department of Land Affairs Observations and Analysis
  • Preliminary Expenditure Outcome
    • Department spent R5.8b or 99.5% of allocated budget
    • Expenditure improved as a result of increases in Transfers in Restitution
  • Transfers and Subsides
    • Transfers of R3.8b amounted to 64% of Department budget, of which:
      • Prog 4: Restitution - Restitution Grants of R3.3b amounted to 56% of department budget
      • Prog 5: Land Reform - Land Reform Grants of R481m amounted to 8.1% of Department budget
  • Major Current Expenditure Virements
    • Total Virements of R523m amounted to 8.83% of Department budget, of which:
      • Prog 5: Land Reform - Reprioritisation of R505m (50%) in Land Reform Grants shifted to Land Acquisition Capital (PLAS) to accelerate land reform
department of land affairs observations and analysis 2
Department of Land Affairs Observations and Analysis(2)
  • Vacancy rate
    • Department vacancy rate equals 27.3%, of which:
      • SMS vacancy rate 35.6%
      • Non-SMS vacancy rate 27.2%
  • Major underspending/deviations
    • Department underspent by R30.7m or 0.5% of allocated budget, of which:
      • Prog 5: Land Reform - Underspent by R22.3m or 1.4% of Programme budget
        • Underspending possibly due to negotiations delays
      • Prog 7: Auxiliary and Associated Services underspent by R5.3m or 46% of Programme budget
department of land affairs major projects
Department of Land Affairs Major Projects
  • Major Activities/Projects
    • Prog 4: Restitution - Finalisation of remaining 4 911 complex restitution claims
      • Transfers - Restitution Grants of R3.3b amounted to 91% of Programme budget and 56% of Department budget
      • Service Delivery - 432 226ha restituted
    • Prog 5: Land Reform - Land Redistribution – Projects include LRAD and PLAS
      • Transfers – Land Reform Grants of R481m amounted to 30% of Programme budget and 8.1% of Department budget
      • Land Acquisition Capital - PLAS acquisitions of R843m amounted to 53% of Programme budget and 14% of Department budget
      • Service Delivery - 340 880ha redistributed and 169 818ha acquired through PLAS
environmental affairs tourism observations and analysis
Environmental Affairs & Tourism Observations and Analysis
  • Preliminary Expenditure Outcome
    • Department spent R2.79 billion or 99.9% of allocated budget
    • Saving mainly on goods and services
    • Since 2006/07 the department has spent 99.9% of its allocated funds
  • General Spending trends
    • 75.8% of department’s spending on transfers mainly to public entities and EPWP
    • 12.3% on compensation of employees
    • 11.5% on goods and services
  • Major Current Expenditure Virements
    • The department shifted 0.3% of its allocated funds after the Adjustment Estimate, this was mainly to fund expanded public works programme projects under Programme 6: Social Responsibility and Projects as well as to fund payment for capital assets (mainly equipment for newly appointed staff)
environmental affairs tourism major projects
Environmental Affairs & Tourism Major Projects
  • Major Activities/Projects
  • EPWP focuses mainly on the following areas; coastal development, tourism infrastructure and tourism product development, waste management, biodiversity and conservation and Working for Wetlands.
  • During the Adjustment Estimate an additional R200 million was rolled over for this programme. R170 million was allocated for transfer payments and R30 million for doing feasibility studies related to projects.
  • After the Adjustment Estimate the department shifted a further R8.775 million to pay for projects.
department of public enterprises observations and analysis
Department of Public Enterprises Observations and Analysis
  • Preliminary Expenditure Outcome
    • Department spent R4.6 billion (99,99% or 100%) of allocated budget
  • General Spending trends
    • Transfer payments were the largest expenditure item and amounted to 97.2 % of the total budget.
  • Major Current Expenditure Virements
    • The total virements were mainly effected from compensation of employees to fund over-expenditure under goods and services and payments for capital assets (computer equipment) amounting to R2.5 million.
  • Major under spending/deviations
    • Under spending amounted to R1.106 million or 0.02% of the total budget due to mainly over provision of the Denel indemnity claim.
    • Programme 4: Manufacturing Enterprises under spent the most i.e. by R1.038 million in respect of the transfer payment to Denel (indemnity claim)
department of public enterprises major projects
Department of Public EnterprisesMajor Projects
  • Major Activities/Projects
    • South African Airways: R744 million was allocated as transfer for restructuring of staff (Labour costs) in line with short term intervention strategy.
    • Denel: Support Denel’s turnaround strategy, transfers of R933 million for further capitalisation and R222 million for payment of indemnity guaranteed.
    • PBMR: Transfer payments totaling R2.5 billion for Operational expenses as well as major contracts.
department of science technology observations and analysis
Department of Science & TechnologyObservations and Analysis
  • Preliminary Expenditure Outcome
  • R3.127 billion or 99.5 % of appropriated funds
  • R16.9 million savings mainly on transfers and subsidies
  • Spending on major items
  • 93 per cent on transfers and subsidies
  • 6.8 per cent on current expenditure
  • 0.2 per cent on payments for capital assets
  • Virements
  • 0.99 per cent shifted from transfers and subsidies to current payments and payments for capital in the AENE
  • 1 per cent shifted from current expenditure to transfers and subsidies & payments capital expenditure after the AENE
department of science technology major projects
Department of Science & Technology Major Projects
  • Major activities/projects
  • Completion of the experimental development model (XDM) a prototype dish - MeerKAT
  • Launching of the International Centre for Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology
  • Finalisation of the design of SANReN by Infraco and Neotel at the CSIR
department of trade industry observations and analysis
Department of Trade & Industry Observations and Analysis
  • Major Virements
    • Virements to a total amount of R104.587 million or 1.9 % were effected of which 15 were approved by NT
    • Mainly effected from Goods and Services under various

Programmes

to fund over expenditure under

1. Transfer payments such as World Trade Organisation,

UNIDO, OPCW and Trade and SEDA.

2. Compensation of Employees under Programme 6 (Trade &

Investment South Africa)

department of trade industry observations and analysis 2
Department of Trade & Industry Observations and Analysis(2)
  • Preliminary Expenditure Outcome
    • Department spent R5.3 billion or 96.6% of allocated funds.
    • This is mainly as a result of the increased expenditure in respect of - claims paid out to Small & Medium Enterprise Development Programme (SMEDP),
      • recapitalisation of the National Empowerment Fund (NEF),
      • Coega Industrial Development Zone for infrastructure investment, and
      • Critical Infrastructure Programme (CIP) for the development of infrastructure in respect of the ALCAN aluminium smelter project.
    • 4 out of 7 programmes’ expenditure exceeded 95% of their respective allocated budgets
  • General Spending trends
    • Main spending Programmes were Programme 3 (Enterprise & Industry Development) mainly policy development and 5 (The Enterprise Organisation) mainly incentive schemes. Increased expenditure mainly related to SMEDP, National Empowerment Fund, Coega IDZ and the Critical Infrastructure Programme
department of trade industry observations and analysis 3
Department of Trade & Industry Observations and Analysis(3)

Major underspending/deviations

  • Department underspent by R184.2 million or 3.4% of total allocated budget
  • Programme 1: Administration underspent by R18.0 million or 5.5% due to Goods & Services (Consultancy Services) and capital assets
  • Programme 5: The Enterprise Organisation underspent by R140 million or 5.2% mainly on incentive schemes such as BPO, Staple Food Fortification, Co-operatives and CIP.
  • Programme 7: Marketing underspent the most by R6.1 million or 9% mainly on Goods & Services (Advertising campaigns, Publications and Consultancy Services)
  • Payments for Capital Assets amounting to R12.9 million or 34.9% underspent due to Computer equipment not delivered and the IT

Disaster Recovery System – project not completed

  • Goods and Services underspent by R53.3 million or 11.9% under various programmes which mainly related to Consultancy Services
department of trade industry major projects
Department of Trade & Industry Major Projects
  • Major Activities/Projects
    • Policies presented on the National Industrial Policy Framework and the Industrial Policy Action Plan
    • New Enterprise Investment Programme that will replace the previous Small Medium Enterprise Development Programme which will also be grants mainly to the Manufacturing and Tourism Sectors
    • Customised Sector Programmes including the review of the MIDP
    • Policies developed for Sector Development Programmes which include the priority sectors such as Clothing & Textiles, Agro-processing, Automotive Assembly, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, etc.