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Additional Adjustments Appropriation (2005/06 Financial Year) Act, No. 1 of 2006

Long title


To appropriate additional amounts of money for the requirements of the Department of Public Enterprises and the Department of Transport in respect of the 2005/06 financial year; and to provide for matters incidental thereto.

Table of contents

SECTION TITLE
1. Appropriation of additional amount of money for requirements of Department of Public Enterprises
2. Appropriation of additional amount of money for requirements of Department of Transport
3. Short title

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