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Post Office Appropriation Act, 1994 [No. 11 of 1994] - G 15852

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

No. 1237 13 July 1994

NO. 11 OF 1994: POST OFFICE APPROPRIATION ACT, 1994.

It is hereby notified that the President has assented to the following Act, which is hereby published for general information:

ACT

To appropriate a sum of money for the requirements of the Department of Posts and Telecommunications in respect of the financial year ending 31 March 1995.

(Afrikaans text signed by the President.) (Assented to 5 July 1994.)



BE IT ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, as follows:-



Appropriation of moneys for requirements of Department



1. Subject to the provisions of the Post Office Act, 1958 (Act No. 44 of 1958), there are hereby appropriated, as a charge to the Post Office Fund, for the requirements of the Department of Posts and Telecommunications in respect of the financial year ending 31 March 1995, the sums of money set forth in the Schedule.



Purposes to which moneys shall be applied

2. The moneys appropriated by section 1 shall be applied to the purposes set forth in the Schedule and more particularly specified in the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure of the Department of Posts and Telecommunications (R.P. 15-1994), as submitted to and approved by Parliament.



Limitation on exceeding of certain appropriated amounts



3. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 12F(3) and (4) of the Post Office Act, 1958 (Act No. 44 of 1958), an amount appropriated by this Act to provide for personal entertainment may not be exceeded otherwise than in accordance with an authority granted under section 12F(5)(a) of the Post Office Act, 1958.



Short title

4. This Act shall be called the Post Office Appropriation Act, 1994.



Schedule

Subhead Description Amount No.

1.0 Operating expenditure R

1.1 Staff expenses ......................................... 20 943 000

1.2 Material and services.................................... 1 971 000

1.3 Accommodation............................................ 3 827 000

1.4 Transport................................................ 1 165 000

1.5 International commitments................................ 2 476 000

1.6 Services rendered by departments of State, successor companies, consultants and agents................................................... 14 117 000

1.7 Losses................................................... 135 000

1.8 Depreciation of assets................................... 879 000

1.9 Financing costs.......................................... 1 000

1.10 Miscellaneous........................................... 51 000

2.0 Capital expenditure

2.1 Electronic support equipment for control of radio activities.............................................. 11 650 000

2.2 Vehicles................................................ 450 000

2.3 Office equipment and labour saving devices.............. 1 073 000

2.4 Private automatic branch exchange....................... 10 000

3.0 Withdrawal from the Post Office Fund of amounts to be appropriated from the operating surplus

3.1 Transfer to National Revenue Fund....................... 20 600 000 ____________ TOTAL........................................................ 79 348 000