Department: Treasury

Contact details

Physical: 75 Fox Street, Imbumba House, Johannesburg, 2107
Postal: Private Bax X112, Marshalltown, 2107
Tel: 011 227 9000


The vision of the Gauteng Department of Treasury is to provide strategic leadership in financial and fiscal matters to ensure sustainable and inclusive social and economic development of the people of Gauteng so that all may enjoy value for money services of the highest quality.

The Department's mission is to be an activist Treasury that enables and promotes quality service delivery for the citizens of Gauteng through: sustainable funding that ensures developmentally focused allocation of resources and innovative revenue generation; efficient cash management that ensures sustainable liquidity levels in the province; effective financial management and reporting that ensures responsible stewardship and transparent resource utilisation and expenditure; and a well-structured governance framework that ensures accountability, transparency and fiscal discipline in line with statutory obligations.

The values and principles that underpin the Gauteng Treasury are predicated on the principles of Batho Pele.

Office Bearers/Management

Ms B Creecy
Head of Department
Ms N Tshabalala

Ms Barbara Creecy
Head of Department:
Ms Nomfundo Tshabalala
Mr Phakamisile Sikitshana
Senior Management:
Communications Officers:
Mr John Sukazi

Financial Information

All Financial Values: R'0002016/172015/162014/152013/14
AUDIT OUTCOMEClean AuditClean AuditClean AuditClean Audit
Total Final Appropriationn/a1 233 167851 628570 316
Actual Expendituren/a555 984358 794306 895
Employee Compensationn/a365 142211 789172 201
Goods and Servicesn/a64 69767 00881 150
Capital Assetsn/a5 4873 2343 337
Unauthorised Expendituren/a---
Irregular Expendituren/a---
Fruitless & Wasteful Expendituren/a---
Posts Approvedn/a861500502
Posts Filledn/a796463426
Sources n/a Annual ReportAnnual ReportAnnual Report

Public Entities

Annual Reports

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Osizweni Science Centre
Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF)
Regent Business School
The National School of Government