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Provincial Treasury Western Cape NCOP Select Committee on Finance Public Hearings Conditional Grant and Provincial Treasury Western Cape NCOP Select Committee on Finance Public Hearings Conditional Grant and CAPEX 6 November 2007 1

Outline • 2006/07 Audited outcomes; • 2007/08 Allocations, transfers and actual expenditure as at Outline • 2006/07 Audited outcomes; • 2007/08 Allocations, transfers and actual expenditure as at 30 September 2007; and • Monitoring and evaluation process. 2

2006/07 Audited outcomes 3 2006/07 Audited outcomes 3

CG Expenditure 2006/07 4 CG Expenditure 2006/07 4

CG Expenditure 2006/07 (2) • Agriculture Disaster Management Grant underspending relates to funds for CG Expenditure 2006/07 (2) • Agriculture Disaster Management Grant underspending relates to funds for floods and for drought claimed by farmers, which were allocated during the 2006/07 Adjustments Budget. Spending of the flood relief funds was pending the publication of a Grant framework as well as approval of an implementation plan by the national Department of Agriculture. Progress has been made and the project is planned to be finalised during 2008. • Forensic Pathology Services Grant underspending was due to the upgrading/building of forensic pathology mortuaries which commenced in the 2007/08 financial year and the slow filling of posts due to the shortage of specialised candidates. 5

CG Expenditure 2006/07 (3) • Integrated Housing and Human Settlement Development Grant underspending of CG Expenditure 2006/07 (3) • Integrated Housing and Human Settlement Development Grant underspending of R 226 million was mainly due to the R 372 million earmarked for the N 2 Gateway Project in the 2006/07 Adjustments Budget. The underspending on the N 2 Gateway Project amounts to R 226 million and is due to the following: ð A decision was made by the Province to release funds only for actual delivery on site, even if this meant rolling over dedicated N 2 Gateway funds to the next financial year. ð Delays with the finalisation of the land availability agreement on the Delft 7 -9 land with the City of Cape Town led to delays in the installation of bulk services. ð Amendments to policy to address the pilot nature of the project were not finalised timeously by the National Department of Housing. In effect the project and contracts governing the project had to be in line with current housing policy. • Provincial Infrastructure Grant underspending was mainly due to: ð Disaster relief funding received via the Provincial Infrastructure Grant (PIG) in the Adjusted Budget - R 45, 311 million. ð This funding has been rolled-over for expenditure in 2007/08. 6

Capital and Infrastructure expenditure - 2006/07 7 Capital and Infrastructure expenditure - 2006/07 7

Capital and Infrastructure expenditure - 2006/07 (2) • Expenditure on payments for capital assets Capital and Infrastructure expenditure - 2006/07 (2) • Expenditure on payments for capital assets at the end of March amounted to 93, 3 per cent or R 1, 679 billion of the R 1, 799 billion adjusted budget. The underspending at Education relates to infrastructure such as school forums where spending was stopped in order to avoid fiscal dumping since the intended recipients, school-governing bodies, were not able to spend the funds in 2006/07. • Health’s underspending relates to upgrading/building of forensic pathology mortuaries, which will commence in the 2007/08 financial year. 8

CG Allocations, transfers and expenditure - 2007/08 9 CG Allocations, transfers and expenditure - 2007/08 9

Overview of CG expenditure as at 30 September 2007 10 Overview of CG expenditure as at 30 September 2007 10

CG expenditure as at 30 September 2007 (2) 11 CG expenditure as at 30 September 2007 (2) 11

CG Expenditure - Education – Conditional Grant Expenditure as at 30 September 2007 12 CG Expenditure - Education – Conditional Grant Expenditure as at 30 September 2007 12

CG Expenditure - Health – Conditional Grant Expenditure as at 30 September 2007 13 CG Expenditure - Health – Conditional Grant Expenditure as at 30 September 2007 13

CG Expenditure – Health (2) • Early indications are that the Department might overspend CG Expenditure – Health (2) • Early indications are that the Department might overspend on their infrastructure allocation mainly due to improved performance on major projects (Eben Donges Hospital and Paarl Hospital). The province also has the capacity to spend additional amounts on infrastructure, especially on the Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha hospitals. The funding approval for these two hospitals is subject to a national process. 14

CG Expenditure – Local Government and Housing – CG Expenditure as at 30 September CG Expenditure – Local Government and Housing – CG Expenditure as at 30 September 2007 15

CG Expenditure – Transport and Public Works Infrastructure Grant to Provinces: Expenditure as at CG Expenditure – Transport and Public Works Infrastructure Grant to Provinces: Expenditure as at 30 September 2007 • Spending of R 169, 390 million of the R 251, 319 million allocated already spend by Transport and Public Works. • Roll-over of R 45, 311 for expenditure in 2007/08 to be allocated in Adjustments Estimate. 16

CG Expenditure - Agriculture – Conditional Grant Expenditure as at 30 September 2007 17 CG Expenditure - Agriculture – Conditional Grant Expenditure as at 30 September 2007 17

CG Expenditure – Agriculture (2) • Cumbersome consultation processes with communities have been indicated CG Expenditure – Agriculture (2) • Cumbersome consultation processes with communities have been indicated as a reason for the slow spending in the first six months of the financial year. • Expenditure will accelerate in the latter part of the financial year. 18

CG Expenditure – Cultural Affairs and Sport – Conditional Grant Expenditure as at 30 CG Expenditure – Cultural Affairs and Sport – Conditional Grant Expenditure as at 30 September 2007 19

CG Expenditure – Cultural Affairs and Sport (2) • The community library services grant CG Expenditure – Cultural Affairs and Sport (2) • The community library services grant is a new grant for 2007/08 and the measurable outputs include appointment of qualified staff and increased access to library users. Spending on the grant will mostly take the form of transfer payments to municipalities and commenced in the latter part of the first half of 2007/08, which is the first quarter of the municipal financial year. 20

Infrastructure and Capital Expenditure Infrastructure and capital expenditure as at 30 September 2007 21 Infrastructure and Capital Expenditure Infrastructure and capital expenditure as at 30 September 2007 21

Monitoring and evaluation 22 Monitoring and evaluation 22

Monitoring Provincial Expenditure • Continuous engagements with departments in a cooperative manner to jointly Monitoring Provincial Expenditure • Continuous engagements with departments in a cooperative manner to jointly seek solutions and prevent fiscal dumping, the practical implications of which is contained in this presentation; • Quarterly reports to Top Management, Exco and Legislature; • Frequent interaction with departments on spending performance and general issues as highlighted by monthly IYM’s; • Quarterly narrative reports to AO’s and CFO’s; • Quarterly meetings between MEC’s for finance, education, health and public works to discuss infrastructure spending and other difficulties; • Specific provincial initiatives to ameliorate the March spike; and • CFO intergovernmental forums. 23

Discussion 24 Discussion 24