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  1. Summary and Analysis of SAPS 2010/11FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

  2. OVERVIEW • VOTED FUNDS: R52 556 440 billion • ADJUSTED APPROPRIATION: R53 529 740 billion • FINAL APPROPRIATION: R53 529 740 billion • EXPENDITURE: R53 529 700 billion • Current payments: - R595.935 million less than Adjusted (Goods and services: -R595.2 million) • Capital assets: + R534.039 million more than Adjusted (Machinery and equipment: +R467.5 million)

  3. Per Programme

  4. Revenue • R287.7 million received (decrease from R347.6 in 2009/10) • Note: Sale of capital assets: received R1.135 million (R4.879 in 2009/10) • Donor funds • R4.199 million spent on Current (R13.1 million in 2009/10) and R351 thousand on Capital • Foreign: R7.516 million received (R4.239 spent) • Local: R7.021 million in CARA (R311 thousand spent)

  5. Compensation of employees • R38.4 billion spent (R33.7 in 2009/10) including: • Performance rewards: R9.8 million (decrease from R191.210 million in 2009/10) • Service-based:R53.1 million (increase from R39.5 million in 2009/10) • Compensative: R989.6 mill (increase from R664.5 million in 2009/10) • Other: R4.6 billion (increase from R3.8 billion in 2009/10) • Medical aid: R4.2 billion (R3.9 billion in 2009/10

  6. Goods and services • R11.3 billion (increase from R10.6 bill in 2009/10) including: • Consultants/contractors etc.: R1.38 billion (decrease from R1.44 billion in 2009/10). • Computer services: R2.051 billion (increase from R1.987 billion in 2009/10). • Operating leases etc.: R1.7 billion (increase from R1.5 billion in 2009/10)- includes cleaning services and guarding both of which increased. • Other: R443.5 million (Increase from R417.5)- reduction in payment of informer fees.

  7. Capital assets • Buildings/fixed structures: R1 182 141 billion (increasing from R1 071 712 in 2009/10). R63.9 million added in 4th quarter). 19 out of 33 facilities completed. • Movable assets: R2 110 241 billion (increasing from R1 726 766 billion in 2009/10). • Transport: R1 432 097 billion (increasing from R1 035 695) • Computer: R145.662 million (decreasing from R159.819) • Disposals: R463.342 million Transport (decreasing from R647.787) but only R1.135 million received.

  8. Irregular expenditure: R76.152 million (increasing by 2 918% from R2.523 million in 2009/10. • Accommodation and meals (R45 million) • Transport (R12.6 million) • Renovation (buildings) (R6.27 million of which only R652 thousand condoned) • Fruitless and wasteful: R771 thousand (increasing from R647 thousand in 2009/10).

  9. Contingent liabilities • Sanlam Middestad (R611.692 million contingent liability) • Claims against the Department: • Accumulated claims: R11 044 698 billion (increasing from R7.5 billion in 2009/10) • Liabilities incurred: R3.692 billion (increasing from R2.5 billion in 2009/10) • R85 million paid (increasing from R79 million in 2009/10) • R660.6 million cancelled/reduced (decreasing from R2.8 billion in 2009/10)

  10. Receivables • R117.914 million (R31.922 million in 2009/10) • Department of Minerals and Energy: R82.693 million (R349 thousand in 2009/10) THANK YOU