As custodian of the finances of this Province, the Provincial Treasury bears an onerous responsibility both to the Executive and this Legislature, but more especially to the people of our Province. We have placed great emphasis on excellence in all aspects of service delivery.
The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Treasury will continue to cultivate the "habit of excellence" and build upon the progress we have made in making our vision to "Be the centre of excellence in financial and fiscal management in the country" a reality.
The Provincial Treasury will continue to support departments, public entities and municipalities through guidance, monitoring and assistance, as their performance is vital to the achievement of these goals. Good governance and prudent financial management are prerequisites for the improvement of service delivery. We must continue to ensure that public funds are spent wisely, transparently and towards the improvement of the lives of all our people.
"I am again committing myself and the Treasury team to set the standards and to lead by example by providing value for money, ensuring optimum service delivery, and creating a culture of good governance." (MEC KZN Treasury Ina Cronje)
We, the Provincial Treasury will empower our people through:
An equitable distribution of financial resources, and Strategic leadership in areas of financial and fiscal management and corporate governance.
KZN Treasury, Head of Department S\'miso Leslie Magagula
Nature of Business:
To create a spatially based allocative framework for a balance between basic service delivery & growth of provincial economy;
To develop a framework that will create opportunities for the participation of PDIs in the Province;
To ensure optimum financial and fiscal management in the Province;
To promote good governance in the Province; and
To maintain a culture of high performance within the Department.
Mobilisation of funds for the Provincial Government;
Allocation of funds to provincial departments;
Preparation of annual and MTEF budgets;
Province wide cash management;
Provincial financial management through: Budget monitoring and reporting;
Systems maintenance; and
Advice on procurement policies and procedures in provincial government.
KEY CONTACT PEOPLE: MEC for Finance : Ina Cronje Head of Ministry - Office of the MEC: Muzi Kubheka
Personal Secretary: Esther Naidoo Head of Department: S'miso Leslie Magagula SGM- Internal Audit: Ms Motlalepula Motaung
Acting General Manager: Supply Chain Management: Madhavi Bhaw General Manager- Public Management: Ndoda Biyela General Manager- Inter-governmental Relations: Clive Coetzee General Manager- Financial Reporting: Santanu Moodley General Manager- Municipal Finance: Farhad Cassimjee Acting General Manager- Strategic Management: Herman Conradie
CONTACT DETAILS Physical Address: Treasury House, 145 Chief Albert Luthuli Street (previouslyCommercial Road), Pietermaritzburg, 3201 Postal Address: PO Box 3613, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 Tel: +27 (0)33 897 4200 Fax: +27 (0)33 342 2486 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.kzntreasury.gov.za
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