Department of Public Works Roads & Infrastructure Budget in Numbers
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, ROADS & INFRASTRUCTURE
The total budget of the Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure in billion-rands for the 2018/19 financial year.
Leased buildings managed by the Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure on behalf of provincial departments
The amount in billion-rands for the Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure’s Road Infrastructure programme.
EPWP 2017/18 target of creating work opportunities for the unemployed. 77,247 work opportunities were created by end of December 2017
provincial road network in kilometres that was upgraded from gravel to tar
traditional council offices that will either be constructed or completed during the 2018/19 financial year
7 completed traditional offices that will be handed over during the 2018/19 financial year
storm damaged school projects completed. 27 will be completed in 2018/19 financial year working with Development Bank of South Africa, and 57 are at planning stage being implemented by department.
work opportunities expected to be created by 17 Household Routine Maintenance Projects and In-house Routine Maintenance programme at 36 Cost Centres between November 2017 and November 2018 as part of EPWP
municipality offices to be relocated. Sekhukhune offices to be relocated from Capricorn District to Sekhukhune District to improve access to services
The amount in million-rands transferred to the Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL) by the Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure for operational costs, upgrading and maintenance of roads during the 2018/19 financial year.
primary and high schools damaged during riots in Vuwani in the Vhembe District that will be restored by the end of the 2018/19 financial year.
2018/19 financial year projected expenditure in million-rands for storm damaged school programme, including works on schools damaged during riots in Vuwani in the Vhembe District
expenditure so far, in million-rands on the storm damaged school programme from the R511m allocation from 2016/17 financial year.