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Title: Department of Arts and Culture


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Department of Arts and Culture
2011/12 BUDGET 3rd QUARTER EXPENDITURE
REPORT Presentation to the Portfolio Committee
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Programmes Main Appropriation 2011/12 Roll-overs and adjustments Virements Adjusted Appropriation 2011/12
R000 R000 R000 R000
1. Administration 178,757 18,215 196,972
2. Performing Arts and Culture in Society 549,379 31,800 581,179
3. National Language Service 101,570 (1,300) 100,270
4. Cultural Development and International Co-operation 180,717 (8,873) 171,844
5. Heritage 763,702 3,000 766,702
6.Archives, Records, Libraries and Heraldic Services 694,452 25,514 719,966
Total 2,468,577 68,356 - 2,536,933
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Budget per Economic Classification
Economic Classification Main Appropriation 2011/12 Roll-overs and adjustments Virements Adjusted Appropriation 2011/12
R000 R000 R000 R000
Compensation 164,804 2,558 1,930 169,292
Goods and Services 228,096 88,157 (3,930) 312,323
Provinces Municipalities 543,420 26,514 569,934
Dept Agencies Accounts (Current) 861,769 2,000 863,769
Dept Agencies Accounts (Capital) 455,613 455,613
Non Profit Organisations 12,258 12,258
Households 196,211 (48,873) 147,338
Machinery Equipment 6,406 6,406
Total 2,468,577 68,356 - 2,536,933
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Expenditure per Programme
Programme Adjusted Appropriation Expenditure 3rd Quarter Total Available Spent
R000 R000 R000
Administration 196,972 158,543 38,429 80
Performing Arts 581,179 437,872 143,307 75
National Language Services 100,270 86,543 13,727 86
Cultural Development 171,844 70,882 100,962 41
Heritage Promotion 766,702 445,416 321,286 58
National Archives Library Services 719,966 544,336 175,630 76
Grand Total 2,536,933 1,743,592 793,341 69
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Expenditure Trends
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Explanation of Expenditure Trends per Economic
Classification
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Expenditure per Economic Classification
Economic Classification Adjusted Appropriation Expenditure 3rd Quarter Total Available Spent
R000 R000 R000
Compensation of Employees 169,292 117,727 51,565 70
Goods and Services 312,323 176,499 135,824 57
Provinces Municipalities (Conditional Grant on Community Libraries) 569,934 436,135 133,799 77
Dep. Agencies Accounts (Current) 863,769 706,686 157,083 82
Dep. Agencies Accounts (Capital) 455,613 211,367 244,246 46
Non Profit Organisations 12,258 10,758 1,500 88
Households 147,338 81,802 65,536 56
Capital Assets 6,406 2,618 3,788 41

Grand Total 2,536,933 1,743,592 793,341 69
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Compensation of Employee Expenditure Trends
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Compensation of Employees
  • Expenditure is at 70 as at end of December 2011
  • Saving due to posts not being filled after being
    vacated
  • Saving of R10 million is anticipated to be
    utilised for over expenditure under Programme 1
    (Goods and Services)

10
Goods and Services Expenditure Trends
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Goods and Services
  • Expenditure is at 56 as at the 3rd Quarter
  • There are three categories in which Goods and
    Services are divided namely
  • Property management
  • Property Management budget relates to the
    reimbursement of payments made by DPW for the
    Municipal Accounts and Property Leases on behalf
    of the Department and its Public Entities
  • The reason for the slow spending in this area is
    due to the delay in the submission of monthly
    accounts by DPW
  • Given past history and current commitments it is
    anticipated that the budgeted amount will be
    spent by 31 March 2012

Budget Expenditure Available
R000 R000 R000
Goods and Services (normal departmental activities) 163,980 121,894 42,086
Property Management 67,343 39,558 27,785
Mzansi Golden Economy 81,000 /- 15,000 66,000
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Goods and Services
  • Mzansi Golden Economy
  • Approval was obtained from the Treasury to
    transfer R81 million from the Investing in
    Culture Budget to be redeployed for the purposes
    of the Mzansi Golden Economy (Households)
  • A Business Plan is being finalised which will
    dictate the spending areas and processes to
    ensure spending by 31 March 2012
  • Normal Departmental activities
  • The expenditure of remainder of the Goods and
    Services Budget is pegged at 56 for the 3rd
    quarter
  • Projected to 31 March 2012 no under or over
    expenditure is anticipated but expenditure will
    be carefully managed to avoid any possible over
    expenditure for the remainder of the financial
    year

13
Expenditure Trends Provinces and
Municipalities (Conditional Grant on Community
Libraries)
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Provinces and Municipalities (Conditional Grant
on Community Libraries)
  • 77 of the budget was transferred to the various
    Provinces in the 3rd Quarter
  • Funds transferred to the various Provinces are
    based on their needs
  • By implication spending is not managed by the
    Department directly
  • An amount of R100 million will be transferred to
    the various Provinces before 31 March 2013.
  • The Province that is however underspending
    currently is Limpopo Province and an amount of
    R23 million budgeted has been withheld .

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Expenditure Trends Departmental Agencies Accounts
(Current)
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Departmental Agencies Accounts (Current)
  • This expenditure item relates to subsidies paid
    to the Departments Public Entities
  • Expenditure is at 82 after the 3rd quarter
  • Payments to the Playhouses are made every
    trimester based on a third of their total subsidy
  • This is the reason why the expenditure
    percentage is at 82
  • Payments to Heritage Institutions and Libraries
    are done monthly based on a twelfth of the total
    subsidy
  • No over or under expenditure is anticipated under
    this economic classification

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Expenditure Trends Departmental Agencies
Accounts (Capital)
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Departmental Agencies Accounts (Capital)
  • 46 of the budget has been spent at the end of
    the 3rd quarter.
  • This expenditure item relates to the maintenance
    , upgrading, and refurbishment of the
    Departments Public Entities as well as for
    Legacy Projects
  • The Department has for the past two financial
    years under spent on this budget although it
    improved markedly from an under spending of
    R351,679 million in 2009/10 to R79,787 million in
    2010/11
  • Approximately 50 of this budget is managed by
    DPW which is directly related to the
    infrastructure projects of the Museums and
    heritage institutions
  • Delivery by DPW remains problematic and the
    Department will be appointing its own
    implementing agency such as the Independent
    Development Agency (IDT) to ensure the fast
    tracking of new projects
  • The Department is also in the process of
    appointing the Technical Assistance Unit of the
    National Treasury to assist in the Project
    Management of the Capital Works Programme
  • In addition the Department has recently received
    approval from the National Treasury to transfer
    R204 million directly to Playhouses, National
    Film and Video Foundation, National Library of SA
    and SAHRA within the current financial year
  • Funds allocated to Legacy projects will also be
    accelerated through the appointment of the IDT

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Expenditure Trends Non Profit Organisations
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Non Profit Organisations
  • This expenditure relates to the subsidies to
    subsidies to BASA, Blind SA, and the Engelenburg
    Art Collection
  • At the end of the 3rd quarter expenditure is at
    88
  • As in the case of the Playhouses, BASA receives a
    third of its subsidy in April
  • No over or under expenditure is anticipated under
    this item

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Expenditure Trends Households
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Households
  • This expenditure item relates to all the
    financial assistance projects the Department
    funds during the financial year and includes the
    Investing in Culture Project
  • The overall expenditure is at 56 of the total
    budget spent in the 3rd Quarter
  • Spending on IIC has remained problematic since
    the Forensic Investigations
  • The National Treasury had therefore been
    approached to redirect R81 million of the IIC
    funds for the purposes of kick starting the
    Mzansi Golden Economy Strategy in relation to the
    Art Bank Resource, Cultural Events, Public Art
    Resources and Touring Ventures. A Business Plan
    is being finalised to dictate spending by 31
    March. Th largest portion of these funds will
    however be transferred to Households
  • The outstanding payments regarding the IIC
    projects will be fast tracked to ensure spending
    by 31March 2012
  • Regarding the remainder of the Households funding
    all the funds have been committed and will be
    spent by 31 March 2012

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Expenditure Trends Capital Assets
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Capital Assets
  • This budget relates to the purchasing of
    machinery and equipment including IT equipment
  • 41 of the budget had been spent at the end of
    the 3rd Quarter. The Departments Chief
    Information Officer has established a Procurement
    Plan for the purchasing of IT equipment and
    upgrading of systems for all Programmes
  • Consequently no over or under expenditure is
    expected under this item

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