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Presentation to Select Committee on Finance Expenditure Outcomes as at 31 July 2012. Outline. Provincial Own Revenue as at end of July 2012 - per Department - per Economic Classification Provincial Expenditure as at end of July 2012 - per Department
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Presentation to Select Committee on Finance Expenditure Outcomes as at 31 July 2012
Outline • Provincial Own Revenue as at end of July 2012 - per Department - per Economic Classification • Provincial Expenditure as at end of July 2012 - per Department - per Economic Classification - for Capital Assets - for Compensation of Employees • Conditional Grant Expenditure • Expenditure Outcomes per sector and per department, broken down into: • Summary • Economic Classification and • Trends
Conditional Grants: Agriculture, Land Reform & Rural Development • The department has only spent R29.377 million or 6 per cent of the total budget for conditional grants amounting to R500. 723 million. • The R424.999 million allocated for CASP include an amount of R353 million in respect of the Disaster funds. • The slow spending on CASP which include the allocation for the Disaster is of serious concern to Provincial Treasury, however, there is a process underway including all stakeholders (national & provincial) to assist in ensuring that the department’s plan are aligned to the allocation over the medium term period. • Unfortunately, because of the nature of the damages realised, extensive technical planning delayed the spending on this grant.
Conditional Grants: Education • The department has spent R155.832 million or 30 per cent of the total budget for conditional grants • NSNP has already spent R49.221 million or 44 per cent of the budget – the department transfers the allocation in advance every quarter. • Education infrastructure has spent R78.850 million or 26 per cent of the total budget of R307.609 million, expenditure on this grant is in line with the payment schedule. • A Programme Manager has been appointed for HIV grant and expenditure will be expidited in the next quarter • Dinaledi Schools Grant:34 Lab Tops and 34 Data Projectors were ordered for schools,2 Science Labs were established at two schools and 2 x Servers were ordered and 30 PC's Learning Software eg science simulation programmes were purchased amounting to R1 million and payments will be fast tracked as soon as delivery take place.
Conditional Grants : Health • The department has spent R303.487 million or 29 per cent of the total budget of R1 billion to date. • According to the department, the low spending rate for the Comprehensive HIV & Aids and National Tertiary Service Grant is mainly due to incorrect placement of staff on the establishment. The expenditure is interfacing to equitable share instead of the conditional grant. All journals to correct the misallocation of expenditure will be completed in August 2012. The correcting journals entries will be processed and will reflect in August IYM. • The Health Professional Training and Development Grant’s spending is low due to the scheduled training interventions which mainly occur in the third and fourth quarter of the financial year. • National Health Insurance Grant slow spending rate is due to late finalisation and implementation of Finance and Human Resource Delegation. • The department is still busy with the planning with regard to the Nursing College grant, some challenges relate to the identification of a site for the Nursing College and the delay in the delivery of six park homes (3 to be used as classrooms and 1 as a library. • The high expenditure on the Health Infrastructure Grant is a result of the accruals of the previous financial year and not necessarily on current year’s projects.
Conditional Grants : COGHSTA • The department has spent 21 per cent of the total budget of R339.551 million. • Integrated Housing and Human Settlement Development have spent R71.261 million or 22 per cent of the total budget of R322.551 million. • No expenditure has been recorded on the Housing Disaster Relief Grant
Conditional Grants : Transport, Safety and Liaison • Slow spending on Public Transport Operations Grant relates to the delay in the processing of the payments that was caused by the late submission of invoices by service providers.
Conditional Grants : Roads and Public Works • The department has spent R122.317 million or 23 per cent of the total budget of R539.605 million to date. • According to the department, late implementation of projects is the main cause of the slow spending on all grants.
Conditional Grants : Sport, Arts and Culture • Community Library Services spend R15.086 million or 21 per cent of the total allocated budget, according to the department, the reason for sluggish spending is due to delays in the construction of KHEI'S and JOE-MOROLONG Libraries. • Mass Sport & Recreation Grant has spent R4.244 million or 15 per cent mainly as a result of slow recruitment process for filling vacant posts for this grant.
Agriculture, Land Reform & Rural Development: Economic Classification