222003Finance Act 48 of 2002

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Act No. 48,2002 FINANCE ACT. 2001
(English text signed by the President.)
(Assented to 30 December 2002.)
ACT.
To charge the National Revenue Fund with certain unauthorised expenditure and
to authorise. other expenditure; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
B E IT EXACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa. as
follows:-
Defraying of unauthorised expenditure from the National Revenue Fund
1. ( 1 ) The unauthorised expenditure of R409 566 535.70 referred to in Schedule 1
which
(a) the Standing Committee on Public Accounts recommended for authorisation
(h) is more fully described in the Reports of the Auditor-General listed in column
is hereby authorised. 10

Revenue Fund.
by Parliament; and 5 of that Schedule,
(2) The amount referred to in subsection (1) is a direct charge against the National
Defraying of unauthorised expenditure from the National Revenue Fund
3. (1) The unauthorised expenditure of R250 355 933.15 referred to in Schedule 2
which- 15
(a) the Standing Committee on Public Accounts recommended for authorisation
tb) is more fully described in the Reports of the Auditor-General listed in column
is hereb), authorised. 7-0
Re\ enue Fund.
b!. Parliament: and 5 of that Schedule.
(2) The amount referred to in subsection (1) is a direct charge against the National
Authorising of expenditure
3. The unauthorised expenditure of R3 874 5433 referred to in Schedule 3 which-
(a) the Standing Committee on Public Accounts recommended for authorisation 25
Ib) is more fully described in the Reports of the Auditor-General listed in column
bj, Parliament: and 5 of that Schedule is hereby authorised.
Actions of recovery of money to continue 30
4. Nothing in this Act may. in any way, be construed as affecting any action to recover
unauthorised expenditure Short title
5. This Act is called the Finance Act, 2002.

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