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Appropriation (2006) Act, 2005 (Act 9/ 2005)
December 30, 2005

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Gazetted: 30th December, 2005
Commencement: 30th December, 2005


ACT
To apply a sum of money for the service of Zimbabwe during the year ending on the 31st December, 2006.

ENACTED by the President and the Parliament of Zimbabwe.

1 Short title

This Act may be cited as the Appropriation (2006) Act, 2005.

2 Interpretation

In this Act—

"Estimates of Expenditure" means the Estimates of Expenditure for the year ending 31st December, 2006, submitted to and passed by the House of Assembly;

"Vote" means a vote appropriation for the year ending on the 31st December, 2006, as specified in the Estimates of Expenditure.

3 Consolidated Revenue Fund charged with $93 109 496 714 000
The Consolidated Revenue Fund is hereby charged with such sums of money as may be required for the service of Zimbabwe during the year ending on the 31st December, 2006, not exceeding in aggregate the sum of ninety-three trillion one hundred and nine billion four hundred and ninety-six million seven hundred and fourteen thousand dollars.

4 Application of moneys granted
Subject to section 5 and section 24(5) of the Audit and Exchequer Act [Chapter 22:03], the moneys appropriated shall be applied to the services detailed in the Schedule and more particularly specified in the Estimates of Expenditure.

5 Power of Minister of Finance to authorise transfers between Votes

(1)  Where, in the case of any moneys appropriated by section 3 in respect of a particular Vote set out in the Schedule which are to be applied in terms of section 4 to any particular service specified in the Estimates of Expenditure, the administration or provision of such service is assigned to a different Ministry, the Minister of Finance may direct that any portion of the moneys appropriated in respect of the first-mentioned Vote be transferred to such other Vote as relates to the Ministry to which the administration or provision of the service concerned has been assigned.

(2)  In the case of moneys appropriated by section 3 in respect of subhead I.F. Unallocated Reserve of Vote 5, the Minister of Finance may direct that any of the moneys so appropriated be transferred to the Vote of any other Ministry for the purpose concerned, and any moneys so transferred shall not be applied for any other purpose:

Provided that, if any moneys so transferred are not required for the purpose concerned, the Minister of Finance may direct the transfer of the moneys back to subhead I.F. Unallocated Reserve of Vote 5.

(3)  Moneys transferred in terms of subsections (1) and (2) shall be accounted for as if they had been appropriated by section 3 to the Vote to which they are so transferred, and shall be deemed to have been so appropriated.

SCHEDULE (Section 4)
Expenditure to be Defrayed from the Consolidated Revenue fund

Vote No.

Designation

Supply grants
$           

1.

Office of the President and Cabinet

4 698 788 503 000

2.

Parliament of Zimbabwe

838 765 562 000

3.

Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare

5 471 418 936 000

4.

Defence

8 148 865 947 000

5.

Finance

20 475 142 998 000

7.

Audit

61 928 379 000

8.

Industry and International Trade

115 318 792 000

9.

Agriculture

3 084 888 621 000

10.

Mines and Mining Development

333 866 198 000

11.

Environment and Tourism

422 837 253 000

12.

Transport and Communications

3 452 838 143 000

13.

Foreign Affairs

741 387 491 000

14.

Local Government, Public Works and Urban Development

3 603 461 145 000

15.

Health and Child Welfare

8 110 431 506 000

16.

Education, Sport and Culture

16 432 352 824 000

17.

Higher and Tertiary Education

7 183 344 578 000

18.

Youth Development and Employment Creation

375 089 426 000

19.

Home Affairs

5 948 659 630 000

20.

Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs

2 677 965 568 000

21.

Information and Publicity

140 140 602 000

22.

Small and Medium Enterprises Development

110 964 664 000

23.

Energy and Power Development

35 240 317 000

24.

Economic Development

224 898 521 000

25.

Science and Technology

188 676 396 000

26.

Women’s Affairs, Gender and Community Development

84 973 093 000

27.

Rural Housing and Social Amenities

147 251 621 000

 

TOTAL

93 109 496 714 000


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