Community Safety and Transport Management

North West Department Budget for 2016-17


Safe Communities and effective transport services


We are committed to promote community and road safety, exercise civilian oversight of police and coordinate transport services through an integrated approach.


Each employee is committed to an IIMPACCT culture that explains our behavior as follow:

  • Integrity
  • Innovative
  • Motivated
  • Passionate
  • Accountability
  • Client focused
  • Commitment
  • Team work

Core Functions To conduct research and formulate policies that informs decision-making processes on policing matters.

  • To oversee SAPS compliance to statutory requirements and service delivery;

  • To provide integrated social crime prevention initiatives for safer communities;

  • To improve the relationship between the police and the community, and mobilization of stakeholders;

  • To facilitate access to an integrated public transport system with a focus on rural areas;

  • To promote road safety with targeted stakeholders;

  • To provide a planning framework that guides the implementation of transport systems;

  • To ensure compliant airport operations that increase air transport movement;

*To monitor and control the registration and licensing of all motor vehicles and to render services regarding the administration of applications in terms of the National Road Traffic Act ( Act 93 of 1996);

  • To regulate, monitor and oversee public transport operations in accordance with statutory requirements;

  • To manage government fleet in accordance with prescribed standards;

  • To maintain law and order on land transport by providing quality traffic policing (law enforcement) services as stipulated by relevant legislation;

  • To ensure compliance in terms of K53 testing standards in accordance with the National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996.

The Budget Cycle

2016-17 Budget

The Estimates of Provincial Revenue and Expenditure (EPRE) is a book published along with the tabling of the budget for the new financial year.

Programme budgets for 2016-17

A department's programmes are the activities that it spends money on during the financial year. Different programmes have different expenditure budgets, depending on their requirements and available finances. More detail on the programmes is available in the department's Estimates of Provincial Expenditure documents.

Budgeted spending by Economic Classification for each programme

Each chart shows the budgeted spending by economic classification under that Programme.

Civillian Oversight
Transport Operations
Transport Regulations

Budgeted spending by programme for Economic Classification items

Each chart shows the budgeted spending of each Programme under that Economic Classification.

Current payments - Compensation of employees
Current payments - Goods and services
Payments for capital assets - Buildings and other fixed structures
Payments for capital assets - Machinery and equipment
Transfers and subsidies - Departmental agencies and accounts
Transfers and subsidies - Households
Transfers and subsidies - Non-profit institutions
Transfers and subsidies - Public corporations and private enterprises

2016-17 Adjusted Budget

The Adjusted Estimates of Provincial Revenue and Expenditure (AEPRE) is a book published along with the tabling of the adjusted budget.

Please note
Implementation data coming soon

Planned compared to historical expenditure

Budgeted and actual expenditure/allocations for a department can increase or decrease from year to year. Changes in expenditure for a department can be because of changes in the activities of the department, because of changes in priorities between departments, because of cost efficiencies or because of increases in the price of goods and services due to inflation.

The chart shows the department’s actual expenditure for past years, and budgeted expenditure for the current year and the upcoming three years of the medium-term expenditure framework (MTEF). By adjusting these numbers to take inflation into account, it is possible to determine if a department’s expenditure is really increasing or decreasing in real terms, as compared to the rest of the economy.

Previous financial years indicate actual expenditure while upcoming financial years indicate estimated expenditure:

Year Phase
2012-13 Audited Outcome
2013-14 Audited Outcome
2014-15 Audited Outcome
2015-16 Adjusted appropriation
2016-17 Main appropriation
2017-18 Medium Term Estimates
2018-19 Medium Term Estimates

Budgeted and actual expenditure comparison

Compare the adjusted appropriation to the main appropriation to see whether changes were made in the adjustments budget to the appropriations set out in the budget. The audited outcome shows what was actually spent.

Note: Direct charges against the National Revenue Fund are excluded.

Please note
Please note that the data for 2013 and 2014 has not been published on vulekamali.
Main appropriation
Adjusted appropriation
Final appropriation
Audited outcome

Budgeted and actual expenditure comparison by programme

Compare the amount of budget allocated to each of this deparment’s programmes at each phase in the process leading up to the Audited Outcome

Please note
One or more programmes did not exist for some years displayed.
Main appropriation
Adjusted appropriation
Final appropriation
Audited outcome
Crime Prevention and Community Safety
Civillian Oversight
Transport Regulations
Transport Operations
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