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12 April 2021 - NW223

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Malatsi, Mr MS to ask the Minister in the Presidency

(1)What is the duration of the suspension of a certain person (name and details furnished); (2) whether the specified person has been transferred and/or seconded to another position in The Presidency; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what is the position which the person currently holds and (b) for how long will the person be in the specified position; (3) whether the person has retained all the previously allocated privileges and benefits such as salary, security detail, electronic equipment such as a cell phone and a laptop; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (a) are the reasons for this and (b) total amount has the person been paid in salaries since the suspension?

Reply:

(1)  Ms Khusela Sangoni has been placed on precautionary suspension with effect from 02 February 2021 pending an investigation. The investigation is mandated to be completed within 60 days from date of inception.
 
(2) As stated in 1 above, Ms Khusela Sangoni has been placed on precautionary suspension until the finalisation of the investigation. She has not been transferred or seconded to any other department.
 
(3) Ms Khusela Sangoni has retained all her allocated privileges since the precautionary suspension

a) Her suspension is in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2.7(2) of Chapter 7 of the SMS Handbook, with full pay. The precautionary suspension does not constitute a punishment.

b) She receives her salary at the end of the month, where she will be paid her salary in full.

Thank you.

12 April 2021 - NW210

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McGluwa, Mr JJ to ask the Minister in the Presidency

(1)With reference to the Government’s formulation of the risk adjusted strategy in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, (a) what measures are in place to ensure that the regulations meet the requirements of section 36 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, in particular the effect of the regulations that suspend and/or limit any of the fundamental rights in Chapter 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, and (b)(i) where and (ii) how can the resources upon which the contents of the regulations have been premised be accessed by members of the public; (2) whether minutes and/or any other resolutions passed that gave effect to the regulations are kept by the secretariat of the COVID-19 Command Council; if not, why not; if so, (a) how and (b) on what date will the minutes and/or resolutions be made public?

Reply:

1. (a) National Corona Virus Command Council (NCCC), amongst its responsibilities, ensures that the regulations required to address, prevent

and combat the spread of COVID-19 are reasonable and justifiable. In addition, the measures introduced were necessary to save lives.

(b) (i) The records of the NCCC meetings are kept by the Cabinet Secretariat;

(ii) The records, by virtue of it being a Cabinet structure, is secret and is not as accessible to members of the public.

2. The records of the NCCC meetings are kept by the Cabinet Secretariat

a) The records are kept electronically;

b) The records, by virtue of it being a Cabinet structure, is secret and is not as accessible to members of the public.

Thank you.

12 April 2021 - NW224

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Malatsi, Mr MS to ask the Minister in the Presidency

(1)What total number of (a) staff members and (b) political appointees in (i) senior management and (ii) middle management in (aa) The Presidency and (bb) his Office have submitted their financial disclosures by 21 January 2021; (2) what (a) total number of employees including their (i) names and (ii) positions failed to submit their disclosures and (b) actions has been taken in respect of each individual who failed to submit financial disclosures by 21 January 2021?

Reply:

The 2019/20 Financial Disclosure Period:

1. By 31 August 2020, The Presidency had a [1]100 % compliance level in terms of all staff members submitting their financial disclosures.

The Breakdown is per financial disclosure category:

a) Members of the Senior Management Service - All 58 submitted their financial disclosures by 30 May 2020.

b) Members in the Middle Management category (MMS12) – all [2]27 submitted their financial disclosures by 31 July 2020.

c) Members in the Middle Management category (MMS11) – all 51 submitted their financial disclosures by [3]30 August 2020.

d) Members in the OSD12/Higher category – All 12 submitted their financial disclosures by 31 July 2020.

2. All designated employees submitted their financial disclosures. Please note that the report is on employees’ compliance to the timelines of the Financial Disclosure Framework and not the content/Financial information that was disclosed.

Thank you.

  1. The 100% compliance level pertains to all employees who were employed by The Presidency during the official disclosure period and not employees who joined The Presidency after the disclosure period. All employees who submitted their financial disclosures are employed in terms of the Public Service Act, thus, in all categories there is no definition of a ‘political appointee’.

  2. A member who joined The Presidency in July 2020, submitted his disclosure in August 2020. So in total all 28 MMS12 members submitted their financial disclosures.

  3. Please Note that the Financial Disclosure Framework indicates that a newly appointed designated employee should disclose his/her financial interest 30 days after assumption of duty. An employee became part of MMS11 in October 2020, meaning that currently The Presidency has 52 MMS11 members. The Ethics Office could not register the employee on the Financial Disclosure System in 2020 due to intermittent problems with the system and not due to failure by the employee to disclose his financial interest.

12 April 2021 - NW209

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McGluwa, Mr JJ to ask the Minister in the Presidency

Whether, with reference to the expansion of the State’s capacity to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, which gave cause for the Level 5 lockdown under the regulations, will her Office furnish Mr J J McGluwa with the full details of all state funded initiatives for the expansion of the response capacity to the COVID-19 pandemic in each province and the costs thereof since 25 March 2020; if not, why not; if so, (a) who has a final say in respect of the contents of the COVID-19 regulations, (b) what methodology is employed to decide on the contents of the regulations, (c) what is the nature of the evidence that is considered to formulate the regulations, (d) how is the credibility and scientific or other expert evidence determined and (e) what quality control measures have been put in place; (2) what measures are in place to ensure (a) transparency in execution of the functions mentioned above and (b) that citizens are able to exercise their rights as provided for terms of section 34 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996?

Reply:

1. Yes, the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) allocated funding from existing grants within the department in support of service delivery programmes as well as to augment the resources made available by affected organs of state from their own resources on the efforts to combat the spread of covid-19 pandemic. The details of the disaster management funded initiatives for the augmentation of the response capacity to the COVID-19 pandemic in each province and the costs thereof since 25 March 2021 are as follows:

An amount of R466 392 000 (R466.4 million) from the Provincial Disaster Relief Grant was transferred in March 2020 to the Departments of Health in all provinces primarily for the procurement of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Ventilators.

Table 1: funding allocation to Provincial Departments of Health for Covid-19 response measures: Provincial Disaster Relief Grant- 2019/2020 FY

No.

Province

Amounts allocated to Provincial Departments of Health

 

Eastern Cape

R 44 551 000

 

Free State

R 12 429 000

 

Gauteng

R115 996 000

 

KwaZulu-Natal

R138 918 000

 

Limpopo

R 42 449 000

 

Mpumalanga

R 33 993 000

 

Northern Cape

R 6 224 000

 

North West

R 18 540 000

 

Western Cape

R 53 292 000

 

Total

R466 392 000

An amount of R150 970 000 (R151 million) from the Municipal Disaster Relief Grant was transferred in May 2020 to 246 municipalities in all provinces primarily for Covid-19 response measures. The priority areas for allocated funding were (i) Sanitation, (ii) Waste Management, (iii) Decontamination of specific selected public spaces, (iv) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and (v) Hygiene packs.

Table 2: funding allocation to 246 municipalities in all provinces for Covid-19 response measures: Municipal Disaster Relief Grant- 2020/2021 FY

No.

Province

No. of municipalities funded

Amounts allocated to local municipalities within respective provinces

 

Eastern Cape

37

R42 787 000

 

Free State

22

R 8 610 000

 

Gauteng

8

R 5 276 000

 

KwaZulu-Natal

53

R47 499 000

 

Mpumalanga

17

R 9 596 000

 

Limpopo

27

R14 579 000

 

Northern Cape

31

R 3 137 000

 

North West

22

R11 559 000

 

Western Cape

29

R 7 927 000

 

Total

246

R150 970 000

In May 2020, The National Treasury has given the Department of Cooperative Governance approval for municipalities to reprioritise their 2019/20 Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG) allocations, for urgent repairs to water and sanitation infrastructure, to improve their functionality in reliable delivery of basic services. A total of 335 projects were reprioritised to the value of R1.6 billion, with 187 projects under construction and 51 completed to date (See attached document for provincial details).

The reprioritisation by municipalities in 2020/21 financial year has been very low, with only 109 projects registered for implementation. The approval granted by the National Treasury in July 2020 indicated that of municipal MIG allocations can be reprioritised for urgent repairs to water and sanitation infrastructure to improve functionality of infrastructure, and a further 10% for sanitisation of public transport facilities, which includes repairs to municipal owned quarantine sites. The total value of these projects, as per municipal

applications, is R474, 595,236. A total of 50 projects are currently under implementation and 9 are completed to date (See table below for provincial details).

 

 

In terms of sub-question:

a) Cabinet.

b) The National Corona-Virus Command Council (NCCC) receives reports from the NATJOINTS and the Ministerial Advisory Committee (MACs). It considers the reports and deliberates on the required regulations and formulates a recommendation to Cabinet.

c) The following factors, amongst others, play a key role in the determination of the regulations:

(i) the extent of the rate of infection (e.g. number of active cases per 100 000 population, rate of increase / decrease of active cases etc).

(ii) the readiness of the health system to cope with the number of infections (e.g. availability of hospital beds, number of health care workers infected etc.);

(iii) the advice and analysis of the Minster of Health’s Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC), made up of a wide range of science and health experts and the NATJOINTS, made up of the Directors-General of the respective national sector departments.

d) The scientific evidence is quality assured by the MAC against peer reviewed publications of research conducted, where such publication is available.

e) The decisions of Cabinet on the content of the regulations are drafted in the correct layout by legislative drafters, which are legally vetted by the Office of the Chief State Law Adviser, before it is signed by the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs for publication in the Gazette to give it the force of law.

(2)(a) All approved regulations are published in the Government Gazette. Before the publication in the Gazette, where major changes to regulations are to come into effect, often the President addresses the nation on those changes. After the publication in the Gazette, the Minister of COGTA leads media briefings involving other relevant ministers on the contents of Regulations.

(b) Section 34 of the Constitution guarantees the right of access to courts. The courts have remained operational during the declaration of the national state of disaster. To manage the spread of the virus, directions were issued by the

Minister of Justice and Correctional services and directives were issues by Heads of Courts.

Thank you.

09 April 2021 - NW770

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Groenewald, Mr IM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What steps are being taken by her department to address the negative impact of widespread political infighting at local government level on service delivery to local communities?

Reply:

The political and administrative levels in municipalities must work together to improve on service delivery. Instability at any of the levels is has a negative impact on the ability of the municipality to perform its functions. All councillors are obliged to abide by the Councillor Code of Conduct (Schedule 1 of the Municipal Systems Act, 2000). The following clauses are pertinent:

2. A councillor must:

a) perform the functions of office in good faith, honestly and a transparent manner; and

b) at all times act in the best interest of the municipality and in such a way that the credibility and integrity of the municipality are not compromised.

11. A councillor may not, except as provided by law

a) interfere in the management or administration of any department of the municipal council unless mandated by council;

b) give or purport to give any instruction to any employee of the council except when authorised to do so;

c) obstruct or attempt to obstruct the implementation of any decision of the council or a committee by an employee of the council; or

d) encourage or participate in any conduct which would cause or contribute to maladministration in the council.

When the Code is breached, the recourse lies with the Municipal Council and the provincial MEC for Local Government.

1) The municipal council may

a) investigate and make a finding on any alleged breach of a provision of this Code; or

b) establish a special committee. to investigate and make a finding on any alleged breach of this Code; and ii. to make appropriate recommendations to the council.

2) If the council or a special committee finds that a councillor has breached a provision of this Code, the council may

a) issue a formal warning to the councillor;

b) reprimand the councillor;

c) request the MEC for local government in the province to suspend the councillor for a period; d. fine the councillor; and e. request the MEC to remove the councillor from office

3) The MEC for local government may appoint a person or a committee to investigate any alleged breach of a provision of this Code and to make a recommendation on whether the councillor should be suspended or removed from office.

4) If the MEC is of the opinion that the councillor has breached a provision of this Code, and that such contravention warrants a suspension or removal from office, the MEC maya. suspend the councillor for a period and on conditions determined by the MEC; or b. remove the councillor from office.

In terms of the amendments to the Municipal Structures Act, an MEC for local government will be able to remove a councillor from office for a breach of the Code and that councillor will not be eligible to become a councillor for a period of two years.

Political infighting requires all politicians and the intervention of their political parties to resolve their issues. All political office bearers have the responsibility to ensure communities are served effectively, efficiently, and respectfully.

09 April 2021 - NW837

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King, Ms C to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation

What (a) is the vacancy rate for all types of nurses in the Republic, (b) is the breakdown of the number of posts that have remained vacant in each province and (c) are the details of the vacancy rate in the years (i) 2016, (ii) 2017, (iii) 2018, (iv) 2019 and (v) 2020?

Reply:

The Department of Higher Education and Training has no jurisdiction over the appointment of healthcare professionals or nurses. This is the responsibility of Provincial health Departments and this question should be re-directed to the National Department of Health.

09 April 2021 - NW999

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King, Ms C to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation

(1)What is the total number of students who (a) owe money to institutions, whose National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) payments have been delayed and (b)(i) are funded by NSFAS have failed the final exam of the 2020 academic year and (ii) what is the financial cost of the failure; (2) what is the total over enrolment (a) maximum limit and (b) above maximum limit accepted by institutions to NSFAS for 2020; (3) what are the reasons for not implementing the recommendations of the Heher Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training on the viability of tertiary education funding; (4) whether his department will continue with fee-free higher education considering the challenges facing NSFAS; if not, why not; if so, what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

1. (a) A detailed template was sent to all institutions to gain an understanding of the current levels of student debt and the categories of students that carry debt, including NSFAS students. This information was due on 26 March 2021. It should be noted that eligible NSFAS qualifying continuing and returning students with debt are allowed to register and will receive their allowances in the first week of April 2021, dependent on academic results and registration data received from institutions.  No eligible NSFAS applicants and NSFAS returning students in TVET colleges are required to pay registration fees. The first payment of allowances for 2021 was made from 05 March 2021, upon receipt of registration data, for colleges that disburse allowances to students. However, in respect of the rest of the institutions, payments were made on 19 March 2021 upon receipt of their registration data.

(b)   This information will be available from NSFAS on 31 March 2021 as NSFAS is still awaiting academic results from some institutions to conclude 2021 funding decisions for returning and continuing qualifying NSFAS students. Funding for NSFAS returning students is dependent on academic progression. The Department has established that about 10% of TVET college student debt is recoverable and 90% is unrecoverable. However, in an effort to avert exclusion of students due to an inability to afford fees, TVET colleges writes off 90% of the student debt which is not recoverable.   

2. (a) The table below reflects the 2020 Ministerial approved enrolment planning targets for First Time Entering Undergraduates (FTEN) and total undergraduate enrolments.

 

TVET College

Continuing Student

New Applicant

Total

Boland

2 138

2 729

4 867

Buffalo City

1 602

2 076

3 678

Capricorn

4 441

4 514

8 955

Central Johannesburg

1 780

3 329

5 109

Coastal KZN

3 425

5 392

8 817

College of Cape Town

2 348

2 821

5 169

Eastcape Midlands

1 834

2 700

4 534

Ehlanzeni

2 180

3 694

5 874

Ekurhuleni East

2 061

4 966

7 027

Ekurhuleni West

4 209

5 320

9 529

Elangeni

3 261

3 311

6 572

Esayidi

3 163

3 306

6 469

False Bay

1 695

1 951

3 646

Flavius Mareka

1 184

2 937

4 121

Gert Sibande

3 474

4 271

7 745

Goldfields

872

1 843

2 715

Ikhala

1 750

2 096

3 846

Ingwe

2 375

2 558

4 933

King Hintsa

943

1 429

2 372

King Sabata Dalindyebo

2 363

3 043

5 406

Lephalale

1 077

1 287

2 364

Letaba

1 846

1 860

3 706

Lovedale

1 385

1 477

2 862

Majuba

5 397

5 773

11 170

Maluti

2 158

3 303

5 461

Mnambithi

1 335

1 805

3 140

Mopani South East

2 226

2 936

5 162

Motheo

1 770

5 175

6 945

Mthashana

1 706

1 783

3 489

Nkangala

3 401

3 362

6 763

Northern Cape Rural

688

2 119

2 807

Northern Cape Urban

1 405

2 288

3 693

Northlink

4 129

4 298

8 427

Orbit

2 222

2 307

4 529

Port Elizabeth

1 631

2 412

4 043

Sedibeng

3 480

4 759

8 239

Sekhukhune

1 523

2 197

3 720

South Cape

1 417

2 877

4 294

South West Gauteng

4 066

5 330

9 396

Taletso

1 094

2 300

3 394

Thekwini

1 845

2 592

4 437

Tshwane North

2 920

4 230

7 150

Tshwane South

2 131

3 177

5 308

Umfolozi

3 034

3 606

6 640

Umgungundlovu

1 883

2 226

4 109

Vhembe

5 150

6 167

11 317

Vuselela

1 524

2 586

4 110

Waterberg

1 598

1 836

3 434

West Coast

1 625

3 421

5 046

Western

2 702

3 447

6 149

Total

115 466

157 222

272 688

 

(b) It should be noted that the Department has only received preliminary data from universities on their 2020 enrolments and this is therefore subject to change. There may have been institutions that have over-enrolled slightly on their enrolment plans and the impact on NSFAS is not yet known.  More reliable data on enrolments will be received from universities at the end of April 2021. Once they have identified all their graduates, the Department will receive the final audited data at the end of July 2021. Preliminary data indicates that UNISA is the only institution that has exceeded its FTEN 2020 enrolment plan target. The approved enrolment target for FTEN students for UNISA was 57 703. According to UNISA’s first submission of HEMIS data, the University has enrolled 77 840 FTEN students. According to data received from NSFAS on 23 March 2021, the entity has funded 74 427 FTEN students in 2020. 

(3) The Commission completed its report and handed it to the former President on 31 August 2017. Government considered the report through an Inter-Ministerial Task Team and agreed with many of the recommendations, some of which are either currently being planned or implemented. Four recommendations made by the Commission were not accepted:

- Community Education and Training only concerns itself with adult basic education;

- A universal model of Income Contingent Deferred Loans underwritten by government;

- Funding (loans) should be extended to cover students studying at private higher education institutions; and

- University students should not pay application fees nor registration fees.

(4) Government’s policy remains the provision of fully subsidised free higher education and training for poor and working-class South Africans. Cabinet has requested an urgent review of government policy on student financial aid, which must be completed within the next three months. The focus will be on sustainable modelling of NSFAS as well as to explore a different public-private sector mechanism to enable better support for the “missing middle” income bracket.

09 April 2021 - NW953

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Public Service and Administration

Whether a certain person (name and details furnished) is an employee of (a) his department, (b) a departmental agency and/or (c) any state-owned entity reporting to him in any capacity whatsoever; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

a) No, the said person is not an employee in the Department of Public Service and Administration.

b) N/A

c) N/A

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09 April 2021 - NW786

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Mokgotho, Ms SM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Given that the community of Moloto village in the Thembisile Hani Local Municipality in Mpumalanga have been hard hit by a water crisis that has forced the residents to buy water from persons who have drilled boreholes, by what date will she ensure that the specified municipality will provide water to the residents of Moloto village?

Reply:

The information was obtained from the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA), Mpumalanga Province.

The municipality has been implementing a project for the development of groundwater supply scheme for Moloto with the aim of addressing the chronic water shortage faced by the above-mentioned village. The details of the project are as follows:

Name of Project: Moloto Village Ground Water Supply Scheme

Project scope: The project scope is as follows:

  • Drilling and equipping of 10 boreholes (estimated yield 4.5Ml/day)
  • Equipping of existing boreholes with electrical pumps
  • Construction of Water Treatment Package Plant
  • Construction of two (2) high lift pump stations.
  • Construction of two (2) bulk water supply lines to the existing 5.0Ml concrete reservoir.
  • Construction of a pump house, near the existing concrete reservoir.
  • Eskom connection.
  • Installation of automatic pump control units.
  • Installation of pipe line appurtenances.
  • Perimeter fencing.
  • Water Use Licence (WUL) application.

Project Budget: The total budget for the full scope of works is R 28 579 251.05.

Project Start Date: 28 February 2019

Project completion Date: The project is projected to be completed as soon as Eskom completes the re-installation of the vandalised Eskom Kiosk.

Number of planned beneficiaries: The project is envisaged to serve a population of 20 966 persons

Project funding source: The project is funded through the Water Services infrastructure Grant (WSIG)

Currently, the project progress is at 90% with the outstanding works of ESKOM connection, testing and commissioning. The ESKOM connection was done last year but the connection equipment and a transformer were subsequently stolen just after installation while Eskom was in the process of completing the installation.

Following a number of meetings between ESKOM and the municipality, a consensus was reached to put security measures to protect the infrastructure before ESKOM can replace the stolen items, of which the municipality did in October 2020. Therefore, it was then expected that ESKOM will replace all the stolen items and energise the boreholes however to this end, this has not been done even after numerous letters, and telephonic conversations to follow-up on the matter.

The recent report from ESKOM is that they are still in a process of procuring the stolen items. Once installation is completed in June 2021, the community of Moloto will have sustainable water supply.

In addition, the Municipality has completed the construction of a 5Ml reservoir to augment the water storage capacity and has also started with the implementation of the Moloto Water Infrastructure (Water reticulation) project of which the inception meeting was held on 04th March 2021. The project is under construction and will be implemented in 3 phases. Phase one is projected to be completed by 30 March 2022. A total of 4 770 households expected to benefit from the project.

Based on the above the municipality has a plan to address the water challenges faced by the residents of the Moloto village.

 

09 April 2021 - NW385

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Public Service and Administration

(1)Whether each national department employs an accounting officer; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) (a) what total number of accounting officers are employed in an acting capacity and (b) does each specified officer have the necessary qualifications required for the position; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) In terms of Section 36 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 with respect to Accounting Officers; every department and every constitutional institution must have an accounting officer and the head of a department must be the accounting officer for the department.

(2) In terms of Section 37 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999, deals with acting accounting officers and stipulates when an accounting officer is absent or otherwise unable to perform the functions of accounting officer, or during a vacancy, the functions of accounting officer must be performed by the official acting in the place of that accounting officer.

(a) Nationally: There are nine (9) acting Accounting Officers (In the Presidency the acting DG is also the formally appointed accounting officer).

Provincially: There are twenty seven (27) acting Accounting Officers.

(b) In terms of the regulatory framework, Regulation 63 (2) of the Public Service Regulations, 2016 states that, “an employee directed to act in another post in terms of section 32 (2) should have the necessary competency for the post to which he or she is appointed to act”. As defined in the Public Service Regulations, 2016, Competency means the combination of knowledge, skills, behaviour and aptitude that a person can apply in the work environment, which indicates a person's ability to meet the requirements of a specific post. For purposes of business continuity meeting qualifications for a post for purposes of acting is not a requirements however, noting the definition, competency to perform the duties are.

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09 April 2021 - NW334

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Sarupen, Mr AN to ask the Minister of Public Service and Administration

What (a) number of (i) directors-general and (ii) acting directors-general of government departments received performance bonuses in respect of the 2018-19 financial year and (b) was the total quantum of such bonuses paid out and (c) number of the relevant departments achieved outputs in excess of 80% of their targets as set out in their annual performance plans?

Reply:

In terms of section 7(7) of the Public Service Act, 1994, only the head of national departments and Offices of the Premier may bear the designation of Director-General. The information presented is therefore limited to Directors-General as contained in Schedule 1 of the Public Service Act, 1994.

(a) According to the information from the PERSAL system for the 2018/2019 performance cycle (i) four (4) Directors-General were paid performance bonuses (ii) no acting Directors-General were paid performance bonuses. (b) A total amount of R614 935,11 was paid out to Directors-General for performance bonuses. (c) All of the relevant departments have achieved outputs in excess of 80% of their targets as set out in their annual performance plans (APP). The table below provides the details of the departments who paid performance bonuses.

No

Name of Departments

Performance bonus paid

Achievement of APP targets

Directors-General

 

1

Higher Education and Training

R155,942.16

95%

2

The Presidency

R90,369.00

80%

3

Northern Cape: Office of the Premier

R248,131,95*

99%

4

Western Cape: Office of the Premier

R120,492.00

92%

GRAND TOTAL

R614 935,11

 

*The amount is for two payments of performance bonuses for two performance cycles paid in the 2018/2019 financial year. .

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09 April 2021 - NW438

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What engagements has she had with the Makhuduthamaga Local Municipality in Limpopo to ensure that the villages in the specified municipality that do not have water are provided with water services?

Reply:

We have not scheduled a DDM visit to the Sekhukhune District yet and therefore have not had engagement with the Makhuduthamaga Local Municipality.

However the Provincial Department of COGTA, working with the Sekhukhune District Municipality has engaged the municipality to discuss service delivery issues. In villages that do not have any water infrastructure, the Municipality supplies them with water through water tankers as per Ward councillor’s request.

Some of the projects that are currently being implemented in the Makhuduthamaga Local Municipality are:

No.

Project Name

Targeted Village/s

Current Status

1

Mogorwane Water Supply Scheme

Mogorwane

Planned for completion and commissioning before end of May 2021

2

Mashabela Water Supply Scheme

Mashabela

Partially functional

3

Glencowie, GaMoloi, Cabrief, New Stand and Pelepele Park Water Reticulation

Glencowie, GaMoloi, Cabrief, New Stand and Pelepele Park Water

Functional

4

Makgeru Schoonoord Bulk Water Supply Scheme.

The total project cost is R210 396 563.42

Different villages within Makgeru and Schoonoord areas

The project is 90% complete. It is scheduled for completion on 15 September 2021.

To date, expenditure on local empowerment is as follows:

  • A total of R8 131 729.58 was spent on 25 Local contractors / suppliers.
  • A total of R55million has been spent on local labourers;
  • R1 839 000 has been spent on providing accredited training to about 400 local people.

5

Construction of water reticulation pipelines in GaMogashoa (Senkgapudi) and Manamane

The total budget is R144 467 205.32

GaMogashoa (Sekgapudi) and Manamage

The projects are at 74% complete. Scheduled completion dates are 24 June 2021 and 28 May 2021.

To date, expenditure on local empowerment is as follows:

  1. GaMogashoa (Sekngapudi) – R3 688 900 has been spent on 10 local companies and R1 326 000 has also been spent on 34 local labourers.
  1. Manamane – R2 627 925.83 has been spent on 13 local companies and R871 050 has been spent on 32 local companies.

09 April 2021 - NW534

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Schreiber, Dr LA to ask the Minister of Public Service and Administration

(1)In light of the recent ruling by the Labour Appeal Court that the 2018 wage agreement, namely Resolution 1 of 2018, was deemed unlawful and in contravention of Regulations 78 and 79 of the Public Service Regulations because the State agreed to wage increases despite not having the requisite written commitment or approval from National Treasury, what are the reasons that his department ignored the letter from the Minister of Finance on 14 February 2018, which explicitly indicated that no additional funding can be made available to fund the wage negotiations outcome and advised his department to instead table an alternative offer that would not exceed the existing funding envelope; (2) whether he will furnish Dr L A Schreiber with (a) a list of the full names of (i) all government officials and (ii) Cabinet Ministers who formed part of the Committee of Ministers and/or who participated at any point in the negotiation of the 2018 wage agreement between the State and trade unions, (b) a full list of names of Cabinet Ministers and officials who formally approved and/or signed off on the 2018 agreement on behalf of the State, (c) a copy of the Cabinet Minutes from the Cabinet meeting that approved the draft wage agreement of 26 January 2018 and (d) a copy of the Cabinet Minutes from the Cabinet meeting that approved the final wage agreement of 8 June 2018?

Reply:

The labour unions involved in this matter have made an application for leave to appeal the Labour Appeal Court judgement. The matter is therefore still before the courts. Under the circumstances, it is advised that at this stage the Minister for the Public Service and Administration is unable to respond to the questions posed.

End

09 April 2021 - NW935

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Gondwe, Dr M to ask the Minister of Public Service and Administration

Whether, with phase one of the vaccine rollout process targeting frontline healthcare workers, his department has devised a vaccine rollout strategy for public service workers; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) forms part of the National Vaccine Rollout Committee led by the Department of Health. The Committee acts as a coordination mechanism that oversees the vaccine rollout in both the public and private sectors as government implements the National Vaccine Rollout Strategy, which was presented to Parliament.

In preparation for the Phase Two of the Rollout strategy, the DPSA has developed and presented the Project Plan to the Workplace Vaccination Work Stream of the rollout Committee, which outlines the rollout strategy for essential workers in the public service. This Project Plan is being consulted on with critical stakeholders for finalisation. The relevant details will therefore be made public and shared with Parliament once the plan has been finalised following the consultations.

End

09 April 2021 - NW948

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Gondwe, Dr M to ask the Minister of Public Service and Administration

(1)How often does his department verify the data on the Persal system in an effort to ensure (a) its accuracy and (b) that there are no ghost employees on the system; (2) what are the reasons that some government departments are still making use of manual pay slips as opposed to electronic pay slips despite the fact that electronic pay slips contribute towards the reduction of printing costs and root out ghost employees in the public service; (3) by what date is it envisaged that the Government will phase out the manual submission and formally introduce electronic submission of leave forms for Public Service employees as part of modernising the public service?

Reply:

1. Each department is required to verify the payroll reports on a monthly basis to ensure that every employee receiving payment from the department is eligible for such payment.

a) The capturing, maintenance and verification of data on PERSAL is a decentralised responsibility of each relevant Head of Department. Therefore it is the responsibility of each Head of Department to assign a designated employee as a PERSAL controller to manage data accuracy. PERSAL controllers in every department are accountable for institutionalizing, maintaining and communicating procedures to ensure continuous control over access, security and maintenance of data records within their departments.

b) Treasury Regulations prescribe the verification of payroll reports to ensure that only legitimately employed persons receive payment. According to Treasury Regulation 8.3.4:

For all employees, the person in charge at the respective pay-points must certify on the date of payment that all persons listed on the payroll report are entitled to payment. Employees paid by cheque must sign the payroll report when collecting their cheques.” Regulation 8.3.4 further specifies “These payroll reports must then be returned to the Chief Financial Officer of the department within 10 days and the accounting officer must ensure that all pay-point certificates have been received on a monthly basis.”

2. There is no specific set date for the complete phasing out of manual submission as the relevant technology platform is currently not capable of on-boarding all government departments at the same time. The introduction of electronic payslips is therefore, being rolled out in a phased approach. The migrating of departmental users to an electronic payslip platform requires a close partnership between the PERSAL controllers at National Treasury, department specific HRM employees working on PERSAL, Government Information Technology Officer (GITO) per department, the account management team at SITA as well as their mainframe team. This process impacts the on-boarding process as it depends on the readiness of specific departments to move to an electronic payslip platform at different times depending on the time departments receive the proposal from SITA, process it and verify employees and their respective email addresses to ensure the correct payslip goes to the correct employee. It has also been indicated by some departments that not all employees have access to emails which impacts on their ability to access electronic payslips.

3. The automation of leave is part of the functionality to be provided by the Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS). National Treasury, which is the lead department in the IFMS Programme, is currently in the process of appointing a service provider to design the system to meet the requirements of the Public Service. Once this has been completed and the IFMS implemented, the system will address, amongst others, the automation of leave.

In view of the above, it is not possible to indicate at this stage on which date manual leave forms will be phased out and replaced with an electronic system.

End

09 April 2021 - NW259

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Arries, Ms LH to ask the Minister of Social Development

(a) What are the reasons for the lack of SA Social Security Agency (SASSA) offices in Knysna in the Western Cape and (b) by what date does she intend to open SASSA offices in Knysna?

Reply:

SASSA does not have a fixed office in Knysna. However, before the national lockdown a SASSA mobile service team served the following 7 communities in the Knysna area 4 days in the week:

Karatara,Sedgefield,Rheenendal,Hornlee,Dan se bos, Khayeletu, and White Location.

Services to these 7 communities were suspended since the inception of the national lockdown due to the halls not complying with occupational health and safety (OHS) requirements.

SASSA is liaising with the Knysna Municipality with the intention to reopen the above service points and to ensure they comply with OHS and COVID-19 requirements.

Mobile services for Hornlee and Sedgefield commenced on 1 March 2021. The SASSA George Local Office will continue with efforts to ensure that the halls in the 5 remaining communities are OHS compliant to enable SASSA mobile services to these communities to commence as soon as possible.

08 April 2021 - NW908

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Arries, Ms LH to ask the Minister of Social Development

Whether her department has conducted any investigations into the phenomenon of loan sharks confiscating the SA Social Security Agency cards of pensioners; if not, why not; if so, (a) how widespread is the specified practice and (b) what steps has she taken to put a stop to the practice?

Reply:

The SASSA card is owned and managed by the Postbank according the South African Reserve Bank designation.

Both SASSA and the South African Post Office (SAPO) investigators have been collaborating with the South African Police Service to combat the phenomenon of loan sharks preying on social grant beneficiaries.

This ongoing collaborative effort has culminated in several arrests of suspected loan sharks who were found in possession of several SASSA cards.

(a) The illegal moneylending is widespread and has been detected across the provinces. The following are some of the examples of arrests of people who were found in possession of several SASSA cards:

(i) On the 07 March 2021, a 47 year old suspect was arrested after withdrawing cash from an ATM using some of the 70 SASSA cards that were in his possession. He was found with R7 640 in cash.

(ii) On the 09th February 2021, the Cape 'fraud syndicate' was busted after 49 SASSA cards were found hidden in a chocolate box. The suspects were arrested in Mitchells Plain and Bo-Kaap by members of the Special Operations Team. The interrogation of the suspects led the Special Operations team members to an address in Albow Gardens in Rugby where a further 191 SASSA cards were seized.

(iii) On the 11th October 2020, SAPS arrested two suspects in a Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu Natal operation and seized 495 SASSA cards.

(iv) On the 1st May 2020 police arrested seven suspects in Tshwane with 91 SASSA cards and nearly R191 671 in cash.

(b) SASSA has conducted ongoing media awareness campaigns directed at all social grant beneficiaries not to give their SASSA cards to anyone as this practice is a contravention of Section 20 of the Social Assistance Act 13 of 2004 and Section 133 read with Section 90(2) (l) and Section 91(b) of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005.

The Agency continuously communicates with social grants beneficiaries through various channels to discourage them from dealing with loan sharks. Social grant beneficiaries and members of the public are encouraged to report loan sharks in possession of their social grant cards and/or identity documents.

SASSA has also conducted awareness among its employees so that they can share the information with grant beneficiaries and the broader public.

SASSA has partnered with law enforcement agencies and the National Credit Regulator (NCR) to conduct operations during the social grant payment periods. These operations have resulted in the arrests of loan sharks in provinces such as the Eastern Cape.

SASSA will double its efforts in tackling this moneylending phenomenon together with the South African Post Office and the law enforcement agencies.

08 April 2021 - NW1006

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)In light of confirmation on Wednesday, 10 March 2021, by the Director-General of the Department of Public Service and Administration of endemic post vacancies within various government departments, (a) what (i) total number of posts in his department are currently vacant and not occupied and (ii) are the relevant details of each specified post and (b) for how long has each post been vacant; (2) (a) what total number of vacant posts in his department are occupied on an acting basis and (b) for how long has each specified post been vacant?

Reply:

There are currently 1157 vacant position in the Department that are not occupied.

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COMPONENT DESCRIPTION

POST SALARY LEVEL

POST JOB TITLE DESCRIPTION

PERIOD POST HAS BEEN VACANT (MONTHS)

OFFICE OF THE DG

 

 

 

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:ADMINISTRATIVE & STRATEGIC SUPPORT

6

INSPECTION & ENFORCEMENT SERVICES

 

 

 

SUB DIV. ADMIN SUPPORT

7

PRACTITIONER : OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

14

DIR :ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

8

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

7

DIRECT:CONSTRUCT EXPLOSIVE AND MAJOR HAZARD INSTAL

8

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

9

DIRECTORATE : HEALTH AND HYGIENE

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

7

DIRECTORATE : HEALTH AND HYGIENE

8

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

7

SUB DIRECTORATE:ADVOCACY AND STAKEHOLDER RELATIONS

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT

7

LABOUR MARKET & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

 

 

 

SUBDIRECTORATE:LABOUR MARKET AND MONITORING

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR DEVELOPMENT & MONITORING

15

STRENGTHENING CIVIL SOCIETY

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SUPPORT SERVICES (LR)

14

DIRECTORATE:EMPLOYMENT EQUITY

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

11

POLICY DEVELOPMENT

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : EMPLOYMENT EQUITY

15

COMPLIANCE & MONITORING

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

4

BARGAINING COUNCILS B

7

PRACTITIONER: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

11

DIRECTORATE: NMW POLICY BCEA & ADMINISTRATION

13

DIRECTOR: NMW POLICY BCEA & ADMINISTRATION

22

SUB-DIRECTORATE: BCEA ADMINISTRATION

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: BCEA ADMINISTRATION

13

SUB-DIRECTORATE: RESEARCH AND DATA

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: RESEARCH AND DATA

22

SUB-DIRECTORATE: MONITORING AND EVALUATION(NMW)

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:MONITORING AND EVALUATION

22

CORPORATE SERVICES

 

 

 

ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

20

DIVISION: GENERIC TRAINING

7

PRINCIPAL TRAINING OFFICER

10

DIVISION: GENERIC TRAINING

8

SENIOR TRAINING OFFICER

18

SUB DIR : EHWP

9

ASSIST DIRECTOR:EMPLOYMENT HEALTH AND WELLNESS PRO

3

SUB DIR : EHWP

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR : EHWP

11

SD:POLICY RESEARCH AND MONITORING

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

9

DIVISION : M1

7

PRINCIPAL PERSONNEL OFFICER: HRO

2

DIVISION :M2

5

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

1

DIVISION :M2

5

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

10

SECTION :REGISTRY

3

MESSENGER

13

SECTION :REGISTRY

5

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK

10

SECTION :REGISTRY

7

CHIEF REGISTRY CLERK

13

SUB:DIRECTORATE:GRIEVANCES & DISCIPLINE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

8

SUB:DIRECTORATE:GRIEVANCES & DISCIPLINE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

5

SD:SOLUTION AND APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT(JAVA)

9

APPLICATION DEVELOPER

71

DIRECTORATE:INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECH (UIF)

13

DIRECTOR:ICT UIF

27

SUB DIRECTORATE: ICT SERVICE DESK

6

SERVICE DESK AGENTS

11

SUB DIRECTORATE : END-USER SUPPORT

8

FIELD ICT TECHNICIAN

1

CHIEF DIRECTORATE:LEGAL SERVICES

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

46

DIRECTORATE: LEGAL SERVICE

13

PRINCIPAL LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

9

SUB DIRECTORATE:LEGAL SERVICES

10

MR6 LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER SENIOR

17

SUBDIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL CONTROL

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:FINANCIAL CONTROL

5

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

12

FINANCIAL CONTROL

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

12

BUSINESS UNIT 2

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

11

DIVISION:SALARY PREPARATIONS

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

10

DIVISION:SALARY PREPARATIONS

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

11

DIVISION: DEDUCTIONS

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

12

SERVICE TERMINATIONS

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

16

SERVICE TERMINATIONS

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

9

DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL LIAISON PUBLIC ENTITIE

13

DIRECTOR: FINANCIAL LIAISON PUBLIC ENTITIES

5

SUBDIRECTORATE:SKILLS FUND & SETA CONTROL

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SKILLS FUND & SETAS CONTROL

12

DIRECTORATE:OFFICE ADMINISTR&SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGMEN

13

DIRECTOR: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

SUBSECTION:ORDERS

5

PROVISIONING CLERK

16

SUBSECTION: TRANSIT

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

5

CONTRACTS AND DEMAND MANAGEMENT

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

6

DIVISION:FLEET MONITORING AND INSPECTION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FLEET MONITORING AND INSPECTION

8

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS AND BOOKINGS

7

ACCOUNT AND BOOKING OFFICER

14

DIVISION:ACCOMODATION MANAGEMENT

3

TRADE AID

14

DIVISION:OFFICE SUPPORT

4

OPERATOR

7

DIVISION:OFFICE SUPPORT

5

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK.

17

DIVISION:OFFICE SUPPORT

8

SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATIONÄOFFICER

4

DIRETORATE:INTERNAL AUDIT

7

ADMIN OFFICER: INTERNAL AUDIT

11

DIRETORATE:INTERNAL AUDIT

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

1

DIVISION: 2

7

INTERNAL AUDITOR

1

DIVISION: 2

8

SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR

14

DIVISION: 4

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INTERNAL AUDIT

15

INFORMATION SECURITY

7

SECURITY ADMIN OFFICER: INFORMATION

1

TRAINING

7

SECURITY TRAINING OFFICER

18

DIRECTORATE: RISK MANAGEMENT:HO

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: RISK MANAGEMENT

12

DIRECTORATE: RISK MANAGEMENT:HO

13

DIRECTOR:RISK MANAGEMENT

8

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

 

 

 

BRANCH : PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

9

PERSONAL ASSISTANT

4

SUB DIR:EMPLOYMENT SERVICES STATISTICS

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

18

SUB DIR: ESSA COORDINATION

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:SYSTEM COORDINATOR SUPPORT

13

SUB DIR:ESSA TECHNICAL SUPPORT

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

DIR:WORK-SEEKER SUPPORT SERVICES

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

SUB DIR:EMPLOYMENT COUNSELLING

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

14

CD: SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT ENTERPRISES

 

 

 

CD:SHELTERED EMPLOYMENT FACTORIES

14

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

25

DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:SEF

13

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

12

UNIT:DEBTORS

5

DEBTORS CLERK

3

UNIT:CREDITORS

5

CREDITORS CLERK

2

UNIT:CREDITORS ACCOUNTANT

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT:CREDITORS

13

SUB DIR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

25

UNIT: PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT (2)

5

PROCUREMENT CLERK

14

SUB DIR:BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:BUSINESS DEVEL MANAGEMENT

82

PIETERMARITZBURG:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

21

PIETERMARITZBURG:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

28

PIETERMARITZBURG:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

1

PORT ELIZABETH:FACTORY CENTRE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FACTORY PRODUCTION

2

PORT ELIZABETH:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

4

POTCHESTROOM:FACTORY CENTRE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FACTORY PRODUCTION

7

POTCHEFSTROOM WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

6

HUMAN RESOURCEÄSUPPORT FREE STATE

8

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

11

PRETORIA:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

80

PRETORIA:WORKSHOP

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

6

PRETORIA:WORKSHOP

9

WORKSHOP TEAM LEADER

48

HUMAN RESOURCEÄSUPPORT: KWAZULU NATAL

8

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

7

WORKSHOP: EASTERN CAPE

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

82

WORKSHOP: EASTERN CAPE

7

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

32

WORKSHOP: EPPING

7

FACTORY STORE:ADMINISTRATOR

4

SUPPORT SERVICES: EPPING

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

22

SPRINGFIELD:HUMAN RESOURCE SUPPORT

8

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

7

SPRINGFIELD:WORKSHOP

9

WORKSHOP TEAM LEADER

7

SPRINGFIELD SUPPORT SERVICES

5

DRIVER/MESSENGER

18

RAND:WORKSHOP

5

FACTORY INSTRUCTOR

6

RAND:SUPPORT SERVICES

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

24

OFFICE OF THE COO

 

 

 

SUB DIRECTORATE:PLANNING SUPPORT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PLANNING AND SUPPORT

4

GAUTENG

 

 

 

SECTION:TYPING POOL: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

13

SECTION:SWITCHBOARD: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

TELECOM-OPERATOR

21

SECTION:SWITCHBOARD: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

TELECOM-OPERATOR

11

DIVISION:PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION:GAUTENG PROVI

5

PROVISIONING CLERK

2

DIVISION:PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION:GAUTENG PROVI

7

PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

2

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS & BOOKINGS:GP

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

4

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS & BOOKINGS:GP

5

DRIVER

13

DIVISION:FLEET MONITORING & INSPECTION:GP

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

SUBUNIT:DATA MANAGEMENT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

15

SUBUNIT:FINANCE & PROVISIONING: GAUTENG PROVINCE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

14

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES GAUTENG

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

34

SUBUNIT:ADVISORY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:EMPLOYMENT COUNSELING

11

SUBUNIT:ADMINISTRATION SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ALBERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BENONI.

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

78

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BENONI.

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

74

INSPECTION SERVICES: BENONI

6

INSPECTOR

22

INSPECTION SERVICES: BENONI

8

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES: BENONI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: BENONI.

3

OFFICE AID

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BENONI

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: BOKSBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: BOKSBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

16

INSPECTION SERVICES: BOKSBURG

8

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: BOKSBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BOKSBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BRAKPAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

18

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BRAKPAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: BRAKPAN

3

OFFICE AID

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BRAKPAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

28

REGISTRATION SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

24

INSPECTION SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

6

INSPECTOR

17

INSPECTION SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

8

INSPECTOR

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: CARLETONVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICE: GERMISTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

18

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

6

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

8

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

8

INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION-SERVICES: GERMISTON

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GERMISTON

3

OFFICE AID

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GERMISTON

5

TELECOM-OPERATOR

12

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GERMISTON

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

20

PAYMASTER SECTION: GERMISTON

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

4

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE FUND CLAIMS SECTION:GERMIST

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

4

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE FUND CLAIMS SECTION:GERMIST

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

7

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE FUND CLAIMS SECTION:GERMIST

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

15

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GERMISTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

73

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

13

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

81

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

72

REGISTRATION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

79

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

7

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

27

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

INSPECTOR

28

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

7

INSPECTOR

28

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

7

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

7

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

7

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

29

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION-SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROCESSING POINT:JOHANNESBU

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

28

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:JHB

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

46

CLAIM PROCESSING:JHB

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

12

CLAIM PROCESSING:JHB

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

26

CLAIM PROCESSING:JHB

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

9

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JOHANNESBURG

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

18

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

12

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

16

INSPECTION SERVICE: KEMPTON PARK

6

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICE: KEMPTON PARK

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:KEMPTON PARK

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

12

PENSION ADMINISTRATION:KEMPTON PARK

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

3

CLAIM PROCESSING:KEMPTON PARK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

CLAIM PROCESSING:KEMPTON PARK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

28

CLAIM PROCESSING:KEMPTON PARK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

46

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KEMPTON PARK

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: NIGEL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: RANDBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES: RANDBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

COID SERVICES:RANDBURG

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COIDA

30

PENSION ADMINISTRATION:RANDBURG

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

20

CLAIM PROCESSING:RANDBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

54

CLAIM PROCESSING:RANDBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

46

CLAIM PROCESSING:RANDBURG

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

24

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RANDBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ROODEPOORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: SANDTON

8

INSPECTOR

8

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SANDTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: SEBOKENG

6

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SEBOKENG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: SOWETO

7

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

6

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SOWETO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: SPRINGS

8

INSPECTOR

10

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SPRINGS

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: VANDERBIJL PARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

62

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VANDERBIJLPARK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: VEREENIGING

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

16

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: VEREENIGING

4

SECURITY OFFICER

1

MEDICAL ADJUDICATOR:VEREENIGING

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

46

CLAIM PROCESSING:VEREENIGING

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

40

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VEREENIGING

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VEREENIGING

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VEREENIGING

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VEREENIGING

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:ATTERIDGEVILLE

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

14

DIVISION:MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:ATTERIDGEVILLE

3

OFFICE AID

14

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ATTERIDGEVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

14

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:INSPECTION SERVICES:GARANKUWA

6

INSPECTOR

6

DIVISION:INSPECTION SERVICES:GARANKUWA

6

INSPECTOR

18

DIVISION:INSPECTION SERVICES:GARANKUWA

8

INSPECTOR

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GA-RANKUWA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:KRUGERSDORP

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:KRUGERSDORP

3

OFFICE AID

2

CLAIM PROCESSING:KRUGERSDORP

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KRUGERSDORP

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:MAMELODI

3

OFFICE AID

6

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROCESSING POINT:MAMELODI

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

1

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:MAMELODI

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

30

CLAIM PROCESSING:MAMELODI

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

30

CLAIM PROCESSING:MAMELODI

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

33

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MAMELODI

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISRATION SERVICES:PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

REGISRATION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

7

REGISRATION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:PRETORIA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:PRETORIA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

3

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:PRETORIA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

14

CLAIM PROCESSING: PRETORIA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

24

CLAIM PROCESSING: PRETORIA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

19

CLAIM PROCESSING: PRETORIA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

19

CLAIM PROCESSING: PRETORIA

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

35

PENSION ADMINISTRATION: PRETORIA

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

25

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION: PRETORIA

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

12

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION: PRETORIA

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

15

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PRETORIA

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

74

REGISTRATION SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

28

INSPECTION SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

6

INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

8

INSPECTOR

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:RANDFONTEIN

6

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES:RANDFONTEIN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

CLAIM PROCESSING:SOSHANGUVE

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

13

CLAIM PROCESSING:SOSHANGUVE

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

53

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SOSHANGUVE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:TEMBA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:TEMBA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:TEMBA

6

INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TEMBA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUB DIVISION:RISK ASSESSMENT:GP

8

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:RISK MANAGEMENT

13

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:GAUTENG

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: GAUTENG

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: GAUTENG

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:OPERATIONS: GAUTENG PROVINCE

8

SNR ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OFF:BS

7

ASSESSMENT SERVICES:GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

13

REGISTRY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR

3

REGISTRY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR

8

REGISTRY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR

16

REGISTRY SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

2

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

13

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

4

DIRECTORATE:COID SERVICES:GP

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

46

DISABILITY & CASE MANAGEMENT:GP

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

27

DISABILITY & CASE MANAGEMENT:GP

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

46

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: GAUTENG PROVINCE

8

SENIOR EA SERVICES OFFICER

32

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

7

COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

20

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

8

SENIOR COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

33

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: GAUTENG PROVINCE

8

SENIOR COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

25

SUPPORT SERVICES:IES:GP

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY:IES:GP

8

EE INSPECTOR

4

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY:IES:GP

10

PRINC INSPECTOR :EE

34

STATUTORY SERVICES:IES:GP

8

SENIOR STATUTORY SERVICES OFFICER

4

STATUTORY SERVICES:IES:GP

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

33

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

13

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:IES:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

13

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

13

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:GP

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

10

LIMPOPO

 

 

 

CD:PO LIMPOPO

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

18

SUBUNIT:HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IR RECRU:LIMPOPO

7

PRINCIPAL PERSONNEL OFFICER

2

SUBUNIT:INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY& OFFICE ADMIN:LIMPO

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INFORMATION &TECHNOLOGY

2

SECTION:ACCOUNTING:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

20

DIVISION ACCOUNTS&BOOKINGS:LIMPOPO

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

DIVISION FLEET MONITORING&INSPECTION:LIMPOPO

7

PRACTITIONER:FLEET MONITORING & INSPECTION

16

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - LIMPOPO PROV

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIVISION:PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION:PROVIN:LIMPOP

5

PROVISIONING CLERK

7

DIVISION:PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION:PROVIN:LIMPOP

7

PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER SENIOR

2

SUBUNIT:LABOUR SUPPLY AND DEMAND:LIMPOPO

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:LMIS&P

2

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES LIMPOPO

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

34

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES LIMPOPO

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

34

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICESE: LIMPOPO

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

SUB-DIR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: LIMPOPO

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: LIMPOPO

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: LIMPOPO

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

COMPENSATION FUND:PROVINCIAL OFFICE LIMPOPO

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

2

OPERATIONS:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:LIMPOPO

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

103

OPERATIONS:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:LIMPOPO

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

103

OPERATIONS:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:LIMPOPO

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

103

ASSESSMENT SERVICES SECTION:PROVINCIAL:LIMPOPO

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

4

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:PROVINCIAL:LIMPOPO

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

2

LABOUR CENTRE:GIYANI

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES: GIYANI

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

27

INSPECTION SERVICES: GIYANI

8

TEAM LEADER

20

INSPECTION SERVICES: GIYANI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GIYANI

3

OFFICE AID

10

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GIYANI

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:JANE FURSE

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 2

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: JANE FURSE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LEBOWAKGOMO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:LEPHALALE

6

INSPECTOR

19

INSPECTION SERVICES:LEPHALALE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LEPHALALE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LOUIS TRICHARDT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LOUIS TRICHARDT

7

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:LOUIS TRICHARDT

8

OHS INSPECTOR

15

INSPECTION SERVICES:LOUIS TRICHARDT

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LOUIS TRICHARD

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:MODIMOLLE

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:MODIMOLLE

6

INSPECTOR

8

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:MODIMOLLE

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 1

6

CLAIM PROCESSING:MODIMOLLE

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:MODIMOLLE

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

65

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MODIMOLLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MODIMOLLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MODIMOLLE

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:MOKOPANE

6

INSPECTOR

18

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MOKOPANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PHALABORWA

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:PHALABORWA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:PHALABORWA

3

OFFICE AID

39

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PHALABORWA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

6

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

6

INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

8

TEAM LEADER

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

8

TEAM LEADER

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

8

TEAM LEADER

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:POLOKWANE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:POLOKWANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:POLOKWANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

38

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:POLOKWANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

19

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:POLOKWANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

14

PENSION ADMINISTRATION:LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

30

COID CLIENT SERVICES: POLOKWANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: POLOKWANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: POLOKWANE

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:SESHEGO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

12

INSPECTION SERVICES:SESHEGO

7

INSPECTOR

22

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SESHEGO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

14

INSPECTION SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

7

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

8

TEAM LEADER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

8

TEAM LEADER

20

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:THOHOYANDOU

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

2

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:THOHOYANDOU

3

OFFICE AID

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:THOHOYANDOU

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

8

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

5

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

4

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

9

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

9

UI PROCESSING:THOHOYANDOU

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

16

COID CLIENT SERVICES: THOHOYANDOU

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:TZANEEN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

20

INSPECTION SERVICES:TZANEEN

8

INSPECTOR

14

INSPECTION SERVICES:TZANEEN

8

TEAM LEADER

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:TZANEEN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

COID SERVICES:TZANEEN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COIDA

14

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:TZANEEN

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

65

CLAIM PROCESSING:TZANEEN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

14

CLAIM PROCESSING:TZANEEN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

4

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TZANEEN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TZANEEN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TZANEEN

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:GROBLERSDAL

6

INSPECTOR

2

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:GROBLERSDAL

3

OFFICE AID

34

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GROBLERSDAL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUBDIRECTORATE:COID SERVICES:LIMPOPO

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:COIDA

24

DISABILITY MANAGEMENT:LIMPOPO

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

5

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES:PROVINCIAL:LIMPOPO

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

14

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES:PROVINCIAL:LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR EA SERVICES OFFICER

24

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

27

CIVIL AND CONSTRACTION ENGINEERING:LIMPOPO

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:CIVIL CONTRUC ENG

13

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:LIMPOPO

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

13

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:LIMPOPO

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

9

STATUTORY SERVICES:LIMPOPO

8

SENIOR STATUTORY SERVICES OFFICER

34

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY:LIMPOPO

8

EE INSPECTOR

2

EASTERN CAPE

 

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS: EASTERN CAPE

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

DIR: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES EASTERN CAPE

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

6

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: EASTERN CAPE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:EASTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:EASTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: OPERATIONS: EASTERN CAPE

8

SNR UIF OPERATION OFFICER:BS

2

BUSINESS UNIT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: EC

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

3

SUBUNIT: TRAINING AND PERFORM MAN:EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

1

SUBUNIT:HUM RESOUR MAN&IR RECRUIT SER:EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

SUBUNIT:HUM RESOUR MAN&IR RECRUIT SER:EASTERN CAPE

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

2

SECTION: MAINTENANCE SERVICE: EASTERN CAPE

3

OFFICE AID

11

SECTION: MAINTENANCE SERVICE: EASTERN CAPE

5

GENERAL FOREMAN

37

SECTION: SECURITY SERVICES: EASTERN CAPE

4

SECURITY OFFICER

5

SECTION: SECURITY SERVICES: EASTERN CAPE

7

SECURITY ADMIN OFFICER

7

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS & BOOKINGS EASTERN CAPE

5

DRIVER

8

DIVISION:FLEET MONITORING &INSPECTION EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

DIV:ACCIDENTS LOSSES & MAINTANANCE EASTERN CAPE

7

TECHNICIAN

5

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - EASTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ALIWAL NORTH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: CRADOCK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

SECTION:PENSION ADMINISTRATION EAST LONDON

8

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES: EAST LONDON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: EAST LONDON

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: EAST LONDON

6

INSPECTOR

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: EAST LONDON

8

TEAM LEADER

7

REGISTRATION SERVICES: FORT BEAUFORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES: FORT BEAUFORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:PUBLIC.EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C FORT BEAUF

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

10

COID CLIENT SERVICES: FORT BEAUFORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: GRAAF REINET

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES: GRAAF REINET

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: GRAAF REINET

7

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

8

INSPECTION SERVICES: GRAAF REINET

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: GRAHAMSTOWN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KING WILLIAMS TOWN

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: KING WILLIAMS TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: KING WILLIAMS TOWN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: KING WILLIAMS TOWN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

10

DIVISION:PUBLIC.EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C KING WTOWN

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: MACLEAR

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MACLEAR

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:PUBLIC.EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C MDANTSANE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MDANTSANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: MTHATHA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

9

REGISTRATION SERVICES: MTHATHA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

6

REGISTRATION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

4

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

6

OHS INSPECTOR

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

TEAM LEADER

11

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: MTHATHA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

DIVISION:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C MTHATHA

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

11

DIVISION:PENSION ADMINISTRATION MTHATHA

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

7

LABOUR CENTRE: PORT ELIZABETH

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

14

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

12

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT SERV

19

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

8

TEAM LEADER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: PORT ELIZABETH

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: PORT ELIZABETH

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

20

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: PORT ELIZABETH

6

SECURITY OFFICER.

10

PAYMASTER. CLAIMS AND REGISTRATION:PORT ELIZABETH

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

2

PAYMASTER. CLAIMS AND REGISTRATION:PORT ELIZABETH

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

12

DIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING PORT ELIZABETH

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

0

DIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING PORT ELIZABETH

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

DIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING PORT ELIZABETH

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

0

DIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING PORT ELIZABETH

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

6

LABOUR CENTRE: QUEENSTOWN

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

12

INSPECTION SERVICES: QUEENSTOWN

6

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES: QUEENSTOWN

6

INSPECTOR

8

REGISTRATION SERVICES: UITENHAGE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: UITENHAGE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

0

REGISTRATION SERVICES: UITENHAGE

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

18

REGISTRATION SERVICES: UITENHAGE

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:UITENHAGE

7

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:UITENHAGE

8

TEAM LEADER

12

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:UITENHAGE

3

OFFICE AID

4

DIVISION: LEGAL ADMINISTRATION EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

1

INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT SERVICES EASTERN CAPE

13

PROVINCIAL CHIEF INSPECTOR:IES

5

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: EASTERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: EASTERN CAPE

7

EA SERVICE OFFICER

6

DIVISION: BCEA:EASTERN CAPE

10

PRINC INSPECTOR BCEA

10

KZN

 

 

 

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES KZN

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

34

SUBUNIT:PLACEMENT SERVICES:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:KZN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

1

SUBUNIT:ADMINISTRATION SERVICES:PROVINCIAL OFF:KZN

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

SUB-DIRECTORATE: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:KZN

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: KZN

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: KZN

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

BUSINESS UNIT:BENEFICIARY SERVICES:PROV OFFICE:KZN

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

11

DIVISION OPERATIONS:PROV OFF:KWAZULU-NATAL

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

46

DIVISION OPERATIONS:PROV OFF:KWAZULU-NATAL

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

2

SECTION GENERAL SUPPORT:KWAZULU-NATAL

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK :BS

45

COMPENSATION FUND: KWAZULU NATAL

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

83

DIVISION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:KWAZULU-NATAL

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

5

SUB DIVISION:RISK ASSESSMENT

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

5

SUB DIVISION:RISK ASSESSMENT

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: RISK MANAGEMENT

5

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE:DUNDEE

7

CSO/MOBILE LABOUR CNTRE

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DUNDEE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:DUNDEE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:DUNDEE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

10

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

12

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES:DURBAN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:REGISTRATION SERVICES

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

8

TEAM LEADER

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:DURBAN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INSPECTION SERVICES

13

PES:DURBAN

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

2

PES:DURBAN

8

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER 2

4

UI PROCESSING:DURBAN

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

2

PAYMENT SECTION:DURBAN

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

4

UI PROCESSING REGISTRY:DURBAN

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

2

CLAIM- PROCESSING: DURBAN

6

CLAIMS PROCESSOR

2

CLAIM- PROCESSING: DURBAN

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:ESTCOURT

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:ESTCOURT

8

TEAM LEADER

1

INSPECTION SERVICES:ESTCOURT

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:ESTCOURT

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

REGISTRATION SERVICES:KOKSTAD

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

12

REGISTRATION SERVICES:KOKSTAD

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:KOKSTAD

8

TEAM LEADER

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:KOKSTAD

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

14

INSPECTION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

8

TEAM LEADER

9

INSPECTION SERVICES:LADYSMITH

8

OHS INSPECTOR

4

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LADYSMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:NEWCASTLE

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:NEWCASTLE

6

INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:NEWCASTLE

6

INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:NEWCASTLE

6

INSPECTOR

6

COID CLIENT SERVICES: NEWCASTLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

6

INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

6

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

9

INSPECTION SERVICES : PIETERMARITZBURG

8

INSPECTOR

9

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:PIETERMARITZBURG

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

28

UI PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

8

SNR ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OFF:BS

10

UI PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

8

SNR ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE OFF:BS

7

UIF CLAIMS SECTION: PIETERMARITZBURG

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

8

CLAIM PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

CLAIM PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

CLAIM PROCESSING:PIETERMARITZBURG

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

3

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PINETOWN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: PINETOWN

7

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: PINETOWN

7

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: PINETOWN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

11

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PROSPECTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:PROSPECTON

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:PROSPECTON

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

LABOUR CENTRE: RICHARDS BAY

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: RICHARDS BAY

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: RICHARDS BAY

8

INSPECTOR

4

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:RICHARDS BAY

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

2

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:RICHARDS BAY

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RICHARDS BAY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:RICHMOND

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

8

REGISTRATION SERVICES:RICHMOND

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: RICHMOND

8

OHS INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: RICHMOND

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RICHMOND

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:STANGER

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:STANGER

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:STANGER

8

OHS INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:STANGER

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:STANGER

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

1

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

6

INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

6

INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:ULUNDI

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE:ULUNDI

8

DRIVER/SUPERVISOR/MLC

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ULUNDI

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:VERULAM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:VERULAM

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:VERULAM

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:VERULAM

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES:VERULAM

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

REGISTRATION SERVICES:VRYHEID

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:VRYHEID

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VRYHEID

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUBUNIT:INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICE ADMIN:PR:KZN

8

FIELD ICT TECHNICIAN

4

DIVISION: OFFICE SERVICES:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:KZN

7

CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK

31

SECTION:REGISTRY:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:KWAZULU NATAL

5

REGISTRY CLERK

13

DIVISSION ACCIDENTS LOSSES&MAINTANANCE:KZN

7

TECHNICIAN

9

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT- KWAZULU NATAL

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION:KZN

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

3

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION:KZN

8

MR4 LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER GRADE 4

2

WESTERN CAPE

 

 

 

COMMUNICATION:PROVINCIAL OFFICE:WESTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COMMUNICATION

1

SUBUNIT PLACEMENT SERVICES:PROV:WESTERN CAPE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

25

SUBUNIT HRM.IR RECRUITMENT SERVICES:WESTERN CAPE

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER:EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

4

SUBUNIT HRM.IR RECRUITMENT SERVICES:WESTERN CAPE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

1

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIM MANAGEMENT - WESTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIVI/ASSET MANAGEMENT:PROV WESTERN CAPE

7

CHIEF PROVISIONING ADMIN:ASSETS MANAGEMENT

1

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:WESTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:WESTERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

BUSINESS UNIT BENEFICIARY:PROVINCIAL:WESTERN CAPE

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

36

ASSESSMENT SERVICES:SECTION:PROVINCIA:WESTERN CAPE

5

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

6

REGISTRY SERVICE SECTION:PROVINCIAL:WESTERN CAPE

6

RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR

15

EMPLOYER SERVICES SECTION:PROVINCIAL:WESTERN CAPE

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

6

GENERAL SUPPORT SECTION:PROVINCIAL:WESTERN CAPE

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

21

SUB DIVISION:RISK ASSESSMENT WESTERN CAPE

8

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:RISK MANAGEMENT

13

SUB DIVISION:FRAUD AND ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT W/CAPE

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:FRAUD INVESTIGATION

11

SUB DIVISION:FRAUD AND ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT W/CAPE

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:FRAUD INVESTIGATION

1

SUB DIVISION:FRAUD AND ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT W/CAPE

8

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:RISK MANAGEMENT

12

INSPECTION SERVICES: BEAUFORT WEST

6

INSPECTOR

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: BEAUFORT WEST

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: BEAUFORT WEST

8

TEAM LEADER

1

REGISTRATION SERVICES:BEAUFORT WEST

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

7

REGISTRATION SERVICES:BELVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:BELVILLE

8

INSPECTOR

4

MEDICAL ADJUDICATION:BELVILLE

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

2

CLAIM PROCESSING:BELVILLE

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

0

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BELVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BELVILLE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

8

TEAM LEADER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

8

TEAM LEADER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

8

INSPECTOR

6

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CAREER COUNSELLOR

16

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: CAPE TOWN

3

OFFICE AID

2

COID SERVICES: CAPE TOWN

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COIDA

1

CLAIM PROCESSING: CAPE TOWN

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

4

INSPECTION SERVICES: GEORGE

8

INSPECTOR

8

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: GEORGE

6

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

11

COID CLIENT SERVICES: GEORGE

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

LABOUR CENTRE: KNYSNA

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

2

LABOUR CENTRE: MITCHELL'S PLAIN

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

10

INSPECTION SERVICES: MOSSEL BAY

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: MOSSEL BAY

6

INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES: MOSSEL BAY

7

INSPECTOR

22

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MOSSEL BAY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: OUDTSHOORN

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: OUDTSHOORN

7

INSPECTOR

25

INSPECTION SERVICES: OUDTSHOORN

8

TEAM LEADER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: PAARL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: PAARL

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: PAARL

8

TEAM LEADER

9

REGISTRATION SERVICES: SOMERSET WEST

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

4

REGISTRATION SERVICES: SOMERSET WEST

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: VREDENBURG

6

INSPECTOR

9

INSPECTION SERVICES: VREDENBURG

6

INSPECTOR

6

REGISTRATION SERVICES: WORCESTER

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: WORCESTER

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

INSPECTION SERVICES: WORCESTER

6

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES: WORCESTER

8

OHS INSPECTOR

2

DIRECTORARE:COID SERVICES WC

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

4

DISABILITY MANAGEMENT:WESTERN CAPE

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

4

DISABILITY MANAGEMENT:WESTERN CAPE

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY GRADE 1

10

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION:WESTERN CAPE

7

MR3 LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER GRADE 3

25

DIVISION EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES:PROV WESTERN CAPE

7

EA SERVICE OFFICER

17

SUB DIR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:WC

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

3

FREE STATE

 

 

 

SUBUNIT:INFO TECH OFFICE ADMIN: FREE STATE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:INFO AND TECHNOLOG OFFICE ADMIN

6

MAIN REGISTRY: FREE STATE

3

MESSENGER

12

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - FREE STATE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES FREE STATE

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

15

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES:FREE STATE

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

13

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: FREE STATE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION: OPERATIONS: FREE STATE

8

SNR UIF OPERATION OFFICER:BS

4

RISK MANAGEMENT: FREE STATE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:RISK MANAGEMENT

11

SUBUNIT:HR MAN INT REL RECRUITM SERV: FREE STATE

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER:EMPLOYMNET RELATIONS

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:BETHLEHEM

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:BETHLEHEM

8

TEAM LEADER

7

DIVISION: PENSION ADMINISTRATION BETHLEHEM

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

3

DIVISION: CLAIM PROCESSING BETHLEHEM

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BETHLEHEM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BETHLEHEM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUBDIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING BLOEMFONTEIN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

2

SUBDIVISION:CLAIM PROCESSING BLOEMFONTEIN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

2

REGISTRATION SECTION:BLOEMFONTEIN

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK : UIF

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

6

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

6

INSPECTOR

10

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

6

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

8

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C BLOEMFONTEIN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE:BLOEMFONTEIN

7

CSO/MOBILE LABOUR CNTRE

0

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BLOEMFONTEIN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:L/C FICKSBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

3

INSPECTION SERVICES:L/C FICKSBURG

6

INSPECTOR

3

LABOUR CENTRE:HARRISMITH

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: HARRISMITH

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:KROONSTAD

7

INSPECTOR

11

INSPECTION SERVICES:KROONSTAD

8

OHS INSPECTOR

6

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KROONSTAD

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: PHUTHADITJABA

3

OFFICE AID

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PHUTHADITJABA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES:PHUTHADITJABA

7

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PHUTHADITJABA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:SASOLBURG: FREE STATE

6

INSPECTOR

12

INSPECTION SERVICES:SASOLBURG: FREE STATE

8

OHS INSPECTOR

7

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SASOLBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: BOTSHABELO: FREE STATE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

SATELLITE OFFICE THABANCHU: BOTSHABELO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BOTSHABELO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

UIF CLAIM SECTION: WELKOM

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

2

REGISTRATION SERVICES: WELKOM: FREE STATAE

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

3

DIVISION::MEDICAL ADJUDICATION WELKOM

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WELKOM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WELKOM

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WELKOM

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

DIVISION:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C ZASTRON

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 1

2

DIRECTORATE:COID SERVICES FREE STATE

13

SENIOR MANAGER:MEDICAL SERVICES

7

DIVISION:LEGAL ADMINISTRATION FREE STATE

9

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

7

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: FREE STATE

7

COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

8

CIVIL CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING FREE STATE

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:CIVIL CONTRUC ENG

13

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE FREE STATE

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

13

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FREE STATE

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

13

NORTHERN CAPE

 

 

 

SUBUNIT:IT OFFICE ADMIN:NC

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INFORMATION &TECHNOLOGY

6

SECTION: SECURITY SERVICES: PO NC

4

SECURITY OFFICER

7

DIV:FINANCE :NC

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

30

SECTION:ACCOUNTING:NC

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

1

SUB DIRECT:FLEET MANAGEM SERVICES NORTHERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FLEET MANAGEMENT SERVICES

2

DIVISION:ACCOUNTS & BOOKINGS NORTHERN CAPE

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

30

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - NORTHERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

BUSINESS UNIT:EMPLOYMENT COUNSELLING NORTHERN CAPE

12

PRINCIPAL PSYCHOLOGIST GRADE 1

1

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

13

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTHERN CAPE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTHERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTHERN CAPE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION: FINANC MANAGEMENT: NORTHERN CAPE

6

CLAIMS CREDIT OFFICER

4

DIVISION: RISK MANAGEMENT: NORTHERN CAPE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:RISK MANAGEMENT

3

SU:HRM IR RECRUITMENT SERVICE:NORTHERN CAPE

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

5

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES: CALVINIA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICE: DE AAR

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

DIV:REGISTRATION SERVICES:KIMBERLEY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

SUBDIVISION/ CLAIM PROCESSING KIMBERLEY

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

7

SUBDIVISION/ CLAIM PROCESSING KIMBERLEY

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

22

SUBDIVISION/ CLAIM PROCESSING KIMBERLEY

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

24

SUBDIVISION/ CLAIM PROCESSING KIMBERLEY

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KIMBERLEY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KIMBERLEY

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

LABOUR CENTRE:KURUMAN

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

12

DIV:REGISTRATION SER:KURUMAN

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

2

DIV:INSPECTION SERVIVE:KURUMAN

8

OHS INSPECTOR

1

COID CLIENT SERVICES: POSTMASBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIV:REGISTRATION SERV SPRINGBOK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

DIV:INSPECTION SERV. SPRINGBOK

6

INSPECTOR

8

LABOUR CENTRE : UPINGTON

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

12

DIV:REGISTRATION SERV:UPINGTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

13

DIV:REGISTRATION SERV:UPINGTON

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

12

DIV:INSPECTION SERV:UPINGTON

8

INSPECTOR

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: UPINGTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: UPINGTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: UPINGTON

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

EMPLOYER AUDIT NORTHERN CAPE

12

SPECIALIST :EMPLOYER AUDIT

8

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

7

EA SERVICE OFFICER

5

EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

7

EA SERVICE OFFICER

1

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: NORTHERN CAPE

7

COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

15

COID EMPLOYERS AUDIT: NORTHERN CAPE

8

SENIOR COID EMPLOYERS AUDITOR

14

DIVISION : OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE :NC

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

7

DIVISION : OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE :NC

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:OHH

6

DIVISION: STATUTORY SERVICES: NORTHERN CAPE

8

STATUTORY SERVICES OFFICER

3

NORTH WEST

 

 

 

SUBUNIT:LABOUR SUPPLY AND DEMAND: NORTH WEST

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:LABOUR MARKET INFORMATION SYST

28

SECTION: TYPING POOL: NORTH WEST

6

SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER

2

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - NORTH WEST

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIVISION: PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION: NORTH WEST

8

PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER SENIOR

14

BUSINESS UNIT: EMPLOYMENT COUNSELLING NORTH WEST

12

PRINCIPAL PSYCHOLOGIST GRADE 1

7

BUSINESS UNIT:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES NORTH WES

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPOYMENT SERVICES

9

SUBUNIT: ADVISORY SERVICES: NORTH WEST

10

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PRACTITIONER 3

14

SUBUNIT: ADMINISTRATION SERVICES: NORTH WEST

7

PRACTITIONER:PES DELIVERY SUPPORT

12

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES: NORTH WEST

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES: NORTH WEST

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTH WEST

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:NORTH WEST

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

OPERATIONS: NORTH WEST

8

SNR UIF OPERATION OFFICER:BS

1

ASSESMENT SERVICES: NORTH WEST

8

ASSESSMENT SERVICE OFFICER:BS

22

SUBDIVISION:RISK ASSESMENT:NORTH WEST

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

11

SUBUNIT:HUMAN RESÄMAN IR RECRUITM SERV: NORTH WEST

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

1

SUBUNIT:HUMAN RESÄMAN IR RECRUITM SERV: NORTH WEST

8

CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: BRITS

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES: BRITS

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BRITS

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES L/C CHRISTIANA

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 1

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: CHRISTIANA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

TEAM LEADER

11

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

TEAM LEADER

8

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

SUBDIVISION:/:CLAIM PROCESSING KLERKSDORP

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

SUBDIVISION:/:PENSION ADMINISTRATION KLERKSDORP

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

1

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KLERKSDORP

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

LABOUR CENTRE:LICHTENBURG

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR CENTRE OPERATIONS

6

INSPECTION SERVICES: LICHTENBURG

8

INSPECTOR

7

INSPECTION SERVICES: LICHTENBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

4

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LICHTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: MAFIKENG

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: MAFIKENG

6

INSPECTOR

4

INSPECTION SERVICES: MAFIKENG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

12

INSPECTION SERVICES: MAFIKENG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PROCESSING: MAFIKENG

6

UI CLAIMS OFFICER

11

DIVISION:COID SERVICES MAFIKENG

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:COIDA

22

SUBDIVISION://CLAIM PROCESSING MAFIKENG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

6

SUBDIVISION:MEDICAL ADJUDICATION MAFIKENG

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

9

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MAFIKENG

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

REGISTRATION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

INSPECTOR

5

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

TEAM LEADER

1

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

3

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

INSPECTION SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

13

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: RUSTENBURG: NORTH WEST

5

TELECOM OPERATOR

2

SUBDIVISION//:CLAIM PROCESSING RUSTENBURG

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

13

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: RUSTENBURG

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES: TAUNG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

6

INSPECTION SERVICES: TAUNG

6

INSPECTOR

6

INSPECTION SERVICES: TAUNG

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE: TAUNG

7

CSO/MOBILE LABOUR CNTRE

3

COID CLIENT SERVICES: TAUNG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VRYBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

DIVISION:DISABILITY MANAGEMENT MMABATHO NW

7

PNA2 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 1 (GENERAL NURSING)

8

SUB DIR:ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:NORTH WEST

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

4

DIVISION: SUPPORT SERVICES NORTH WEST

8

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

2

DIVISION: EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS NORTH WEST

12

SPECIALIST:EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS

10

MPUMALANGA

 

 

 

SUBUNIT OHS: MPUMALANGA

10

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR MARKET INFORM STAT &P

13

DIRECTORATE: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES MPUMALANGA

13

DIRECTOR:PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SRVICES

34

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES:MPUMALANGA

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

13

DIRECTORATE: BENEFICIARY SERVICES:MPUMALANGA

13

DIRECTOR:BENEFICIARY SERVICES

13

SUB-DIR: LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME: MPUMALANGA

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:MPUMALANGA

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

DIVISION:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME:MPUMALANGA

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES

13

REGISTRY SERVICES:SECTION:PROVINCIAL:MPUMALANGA

3

MESSENGER

27

GENERAL SUPPORT:SECTION:PROVINCIAL:MPUMALANGA

8

SNR ADMINSTRATION OFFICER:BS

24

DIVISION:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:PROVINCIL:MPUMALANGA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

11

SUBUNIT TRAINING & PERFOMANCE MANAGEMENT:MPUMALANG

7

PRINCIPAL PERSONNEL OFFICER

2

BUSINESS UNIT FINANCE & OFFICE SERVICES:MPUMALANGA

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:FINANCE AND OFFICE SERVICES

4

SECTION REGISTRY: MPUMALANGA

3

MESSENGER

29

SECTION SECURITY SERVICES: MPUMALANGA

4

SECURITY OFFICER

18

SECTION TYPING POOL:MPUMALANGA

5

TYPIST GRADE I PRINCIPAL

23

SUB-UNIT: FINANCE - MPUMALANGA

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FINANCE

6

SUB-UNIT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - MPUMALANGA

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

6

DIVISION PROVISSIONING ADMIN: MPUMALANGA

7

PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

1

SUB-DIVISION:FRAUD AND ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT MPUMAL

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER:FRAUD INVESTIGATION

27

INSPECTION SERVICES:BARBERTON

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

11

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BARBERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:BETHAL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

1

INSPECTION SERVICES:BETHAL

6

INSPECTOR

1

COID CLIENT SERVICES: BETHAL

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: CAROLINA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: EERSTEHOEK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:ERMELO

8

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICE

1

COID CLIENT SERVICES: ERMELO

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE:MALELANE

8

DRIVER/SUPERVISOR/MLC

23

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MALELANE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES.KWAMHLANGA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

6

INSPECTION SERVICES:KWAMHLANGA

6

INSPECTOR

12

COID CLIENT SERVICES: KWAMHLANGA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:LYDENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: LYDENBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MIDDELBURG

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:MBOMBELA

6

INSPECTOR

12

INSPECTION SERVICES:MBOMBELA

8

TEAM LEADER

8

CLAIM PROCESSING:MBOMBELA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

16

CLAIM PROCESSING:MBOMBELA

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

29

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MBOMBELA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MBOMBELA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MBOMBELA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: MBOMBELA

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: PIET RETIEF

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: VOLKRUST

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:SABIE

11

COUNCILLOR GRADE 1

9

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SABIE

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:SECUNDA

8

OHS INSPECTOR

5

CLAIM PROCESSING:SECUNDA

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

4

MEDICAL AJUDICATION:SECUNDA

10

PNA4 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 3 (GENERAL NURSING)

65

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SECUNDA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SECUNDA

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: SECUNDA

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

REGISTRATION SERVICES:STANDERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

REGISTRATION SERVICES:STANDERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

11

COID CLIENT SERVICES: STANDERTON

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

INSPECTION SERVICES:WITBANK

6

INSPECTOR

16

INSPECTION SERVICES:WITBANK

8

TEAM LEADER

8

CLAIM PROCESSING:WITBANK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

12

CLAIM PROCESSING:WITBANK

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

MEDICAL AJUDICATION:WITBANK

8

PNA3 PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (GENERAL NURSING)

65

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WITBANK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WITBANK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WITBANK

6

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER

5

COID CLIENT SERVICES: WITBANK

8

SUPERVISOR: COID CLIENT SERVICE

5

DIVISION:EMPLOYER AUDIT SERVICES:PROVIN:MPUMALANGA

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK

11

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:MPUMALANGA

10

PRINCIPAL INSPECTOR:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

5

STATUTORY SERVICES:MPUMALANGA

8

SENIOR STATUTORY SERVICES OFFICER

31

COMPENSATION FUND

 

 

 

DIRECTORATE:MEDICAL SERVICES COMMISSIONER FUND

12

MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE 2

18

DIRECTORATE:MEDICAL SERVICES COMMISSIONER FUND

12

MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE 3

10

DIRECTORATE:MEDICAL SERVICES COMMISSIONER FUND

12

MANAGER MEDICAL SERVICES SENIOR

3

SUBDIRECT:EMPLOYEE REHABIL COMPENSATION FUND

11

PRINCIPAL MEDICAL OFFICER:EMPLOYEE REHABILITATION

19

SUB-DIRECTORATE: MEDICAL PAYMENTS

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:MEDICAL PAYMENTS

2

SUB-DIRECTORATE: BILLING AND CLINICAL CODING

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:BILLING &CLINICAL CODING

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: BILLING AND CLINICAL CODING

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:BILLING & CLINICAL CODING

35

SUB-DIR: VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION CF(MP-FS & KZN)

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

38

SUB-DIR: VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION CF(MP-FS & KZN)

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR

38

DIRECTORATE: ORTHOTICS AND PROSTHETICS CC

10

CHIEF MEDICAL ORTHOTIST & PROSTHETIST GRADE 1

6

CHIEF DIRECTORATE: COID SERVICES

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

17

SUB-D:COMPENSATION BENEFITS(EXEMPTED EMPLOYERS) CC

6

CLAIMS PROCESSOR: EXEMPTED EMPLOYERS

8

SUB-D:COMPENSATION BENEFITS(EXEMPTED EMPLOYERS) CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:EXEMPTED EMPLOYERS

17

SUB-DIRECTORATE: EMPLOYER COMPLIANCE CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: EMPLOYER COMLIANCE

33

SUB-DIRECTORATE: EMPLOYER COMPLIANCE CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: EMPLOYER COMLIANCE

33

SUB-DIRECTORATE: EMPLOYER COMPLIANCE CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:EMPLOYERS COMPLIANCE

10

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION CLERK

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION CLERK

45

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION CLERK

45

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

33

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

33

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

ADMINISTRATION CLERK: TARIFFS

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: REGISTRATION

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: REGISTRATION

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: REGISTRATION

93

EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COMPENSATION FUND

1

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

11

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

22

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

51

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

39

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

18

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-LARGE ACCOUNTS CC

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

1

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

16

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

9

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

20

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

21

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

21

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

6

EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT CLERK

21

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

19

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

46

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

52

SUB-DIR: EMPLOYER ASSESSMENT-REMAINING ACCOUNTS CC

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: ASSESSMENT

2

SUB-DIRECTORATE:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STATUTORY SERVICES

25

SUB-DIRECTORATE:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STATUTORY SERVICES

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STATUTORY SERVICES

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE:COID STATUTORY SERVICES

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STATUTORY SERVICES

35

SUBDIRECT:THIRD PARTY & LITIGATION CC

5

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

9

SUBDIRECTORATE: HEARING COMPENSATION FUND

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK: HEARINGS

19

SUBDIRECTORATE: HEARING COMPENSATION FUND

9

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

69

SUB-DIRECTORATE: INTERNAL CONTROL CC

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:INTERNAL CONTROL

13

SUB-DIRECTORATE: DEBTORS MANAGEMENT CC

6

ESTATE CLERK

17

SUB-DIRECTORATE: DEBTORS MANAGEMENT CC

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT: DEBT MANAGEMENT

3

SUB-DIRECTORATE: DEBTORS MANAGEMENT CC

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: DEBT MANAGEMENT

93

SUB-DIRECTORATE: ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CC

6

CF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERK

7

SUB-DIRECTORATE: ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CC

6

CF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERK

45

DIVISION: ACCOUNTS-RECEIVABLE COMPENSATION FUND

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT: ACCOUNT RECEIVABLE

24

DIVISION: ACCOUNTS-RECEIVABLE COMPENSATION FUND

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

48

DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL REPORTING COMPENSATION FUND

13

DIRECTOR: FINANCIAL REPORTING

1

DIVISION: FINANCIAL REPORTING CC

5

ACCOUTING CLERK: GENERAL LEDGER

40

SUB DIRECT:SYSTEM ADMIN COMPENSATION FUND

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION OPERATIO

8

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

24

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

18

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

11

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

11

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

29

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

37

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

29

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT: ACCOUNTANTS PAYABLE

16

SUB DIRECT:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE COMPENSATION FUND

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

18

SUB DIRECT:BANK RECONCILIAT COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK: BANK RECONCILIATION

17

SUB DIRECT:BANK RECONCILIAT COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK: BANK RECONCILIATION

35

SUB DIRECT:BANK RECONCILIAT COMPENSATION FUND

7

STATE ACCOUNTANT: BANK RECONCILIATION

1

SUB DIRECTORATE:BUDGET CONTROL COMPENSATION FUND

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK: BUDGET CONTROL

16

SUB DIRECTORATE:BUDGET CONTROL COMPENSATION FUND

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: BUDGET CONTROL

10

SUB DIRECT:DEMAND& ACQUISITION COMPENSATION FUND

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:DEMAND & ACQUISATION

13

DEMAND COMPENSATION FUND

5

SCM ADMINISTRATION CLERK: DEMAND

24

QUOTATIONS COMPENSATION FUND

7

SCM PRACTITIONER: QUOTATIONS

15

CONTRACTS COMPENSATION FUND

5

SCM ADMINISTRATION CLERK: CONTRACTS

23

CONTRACTS COMPENSATION FUND

7

SCM PRACTITIONER: CONTRACTS

20

SUBDIRECT:EMPLOYEE RELATIONS COMPENSATION FUND

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

6

SUBDIRECT:EMPLOYEE HEALTH & WELLNESS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:GENDER DISABILITY & YOUTH

3

SUBDIRECT:MARKETING & COMMUNIC COMPENSATION FUND

8

SENIOR MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

3

SUB-DIR: ORGANISATIONAL DESIGN & JOB EVALUATION CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:ORGANISATIONAL DESIGN&JOB EVALU

8

SUB-DIR:BUSINESS PROCESS & QUALITY IMPROVEMENT CC

9

ASSIST DIR: BUSINESS PROCESS & QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

13

SUB-DIRECTORATE: CHANGE MANAGEMENT

8

SNR PRACTITIONER:CHANGE MANAGEMENT

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: CHANGE MANAGEMENT

9

ASSITANT DIRECTOR:CHANGE MANAGEMENT

35

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

4

REGISTRY CLERK

12

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

4

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK.

46

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

5

REGISTRY CLERK

11

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

5

REGISTRY CLERK

9

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

5

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK.

15

RECORDS MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

5

SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK.

8

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

38

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

1

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

1

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

17

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

5

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

46

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

3

OFFICE AID

46

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

7

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

11

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

28

FLEET AND TRAVEL COMPENSATION FUND

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FLEET & TRAVEL

7

DIVISION: TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPENSATION COMMISSI

8

TECHNICIAN:TELECOMMUNICATION

38

SUB DIRECT:PHYSICAL SECURITY COMPENSATION FUND

7

SENIOR SECURITY OFFICER

16

SUB-DIR:FACILITIES MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

6

MAINTENANCE OFFICER

9

SUB-DIR:FACILITIES MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION FUND

6

MAINTENANCE OFFICER

46

SUB-DIR: POLICY COORDINATION MONITORING &EVAL CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:POLICY COORDINATION MONI & EVAL

46

SUB-DIRECTORATE: PROVINCIAL SUPPORTCC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PROVINCIAL SUPPORT

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: PROVINCIAL SUPPORTCC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PROVINCIAL SUPPORT

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: PROVINCIAL SUPPORTCC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:PROVINCIAL SUPPORT

35

SUB-DIRECTORATE: PROVINCIAL SUPPORTCC

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:PROVINCIAL SUPPORT

35

SUBDIRECT:IT IMPLIMENTATION COMPENSARION FUND

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:IT PROJECT MANAGER

22

SUBDIRECTORATE: CONTACT CENTRE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:CUSTOMER CARE

24

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

17

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

13

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

15

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

16

DIVISION: INBOUND COMPENSATION FUND

6

INBOUND AGENT

3

DIVISION: WALK IN CENTRE COMPENSATION FUND

8

SUPERVISOR: WALK-IN CENTRE

23

SUB-DIR:CLIENT SUPPORT

6

CLIENT SERVICE AGENT: EMPLOYER SERVICES

2

SUB-DIR:CLIENT SUPPORT

10

ASD:SERVICE DELIVERY IMPROVEMENT & CLIENT SUPPORT

29

SUBDIRECT:COMPLIANCE & ASSURANCE AUDITS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COMPLIANCE AND ASSURANCE

1

SUBDIRECT:COMPLIANCE & ASSURANCE AUDITS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COMPLIANCE AND ASSURANCE

1

SUBDIRECT:COMPLIANCE & ASSURANCE AUDITS CC

12

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:COMPLIANCE & ASSURANCE

1

SUB-DIRECTORATE: QUALITY ASSURANCE CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: AUDIT QUALITY ASSURANCE

8

SUB-DIRECTORATE: ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT

17

SUB-DIR:BUSINESS CONTINUITY & COMPLIANCE MNGT CC

9

ASD:BUSINESS CONTINUITY & COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT

35

SUB-DIR:BUSINESS CONTINUITY & COMPLIANCE MNGT CC

9

ASD:BUSINESS CONTINUITY & COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT

35

SUB-DIR: FRAUD PREVENTION AND INTERGRITY MNGT CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FRAUD PREVENTION

18

SUB-DIR: FRAUD PREVENTION AND INTERGRITY MNGT CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:FRAUD PREVENTION

24

SUB-DIR: FRAUD PREVENTION AND INTERGRITY MNGT CC

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:FRAUD PREVENTION & INTEGRITY MANAG

23

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

8

FRAUD INVESTIGATOR

4

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

8

FRAUD INVESTIGATOR

24

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS

2

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS

26

SUB-DIRECTORATE: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS CC

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS

26

SUB-DIRECTORATE:BOARD AND CORPORATE SECRETARIAT CC

5

ADMINISTRATION CLERK:BOARD & CORPORATE SECRETARIAT

13

UIF

 

 

 

DIRECTORATE:INTERNAL AUDIT:UIF

13

DIRECTOR:INTERNAL AUDIT

5

SUB DIRECTORATE:INTERNAL AUDIT:UIF

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INTERNAL AUDIT

2

SUB DIRECTORATE:IT AUDIT

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: UI

1

DIR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES(WC & NC & EC)UIF

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME

7

DIR:LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMMES(MP & FS & KZN)UIF

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

1

CHIEF DIRECTORATE: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT-UIF

7

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

18

SECTION:CALL CENTRE

7

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

11

SECTION:CALL CENTRE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CALL CENTRE

34

SECTION:EMPLOYER REGISTRATION

6

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

5

SUB DIR: BUSINESS OPERATIONS STATISTICS

7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

31

SUB-DIRECTORATE:OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:E-OPERATIONS

26

SUB-DIRECTORATE:OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR

4

SECTION:TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

8

TRAINING OFFICER SENIOR

6

SECTION: EMPLOYEE HEALTH WELLNESS PROGRAMME

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER:EHWP

13

SECTION: MEDIA RELATIONS

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : UIF

44

SECTION: MEDIA RELATIONS

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : UIF

54

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PROJECTS MANAGEMENT

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR PROGRAMMES:UI

8

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PROJECTS MANAGEMENT

11

DEPUTY DIRECTORS:PROGRAMMES:UI

7

SECTION: RECORDS MANAGEMENT

4

PRINTER / MACHINE OPERATOR : UI

11

DIRECTORAT:STRATEGIC PLANNING-MONITORING & EVALUAT

13

DIRECTOR:STRATEGIC PLANNING MONITORING AND EVAL

5

SUB-DIRECTORATE:EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMEN:UIF

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : UIF

1

SUB-DIRECTORATE:EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMEN:UIF

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

12

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PHYSICAL AND INFORMATION SECUR:UIF

4

SECURITY OFFICER : UI

11

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PHYSICAL AND INFORMATION SECUR:UIF

4

SECURITY OFFICER : UI

6

SUB-DIRECTORATE:PHYSICAL AND INFORMATION SECUR:UIF

4

SECURITY OFFICER : UI

11

SUB DIRECTORATE:RISK

8

SENIOR PRACTITIONER : UIF

26

SUB DIRECTORATE:RISK

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

18

SUB DIRECTORATE:ANTI FRAUD & ANTI CORRUPTION

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR : UIF

1

SUB DIRECTORATE:CONTRIBUTIONS

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

1

SUB-DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL REPORTING

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR : UIF

17

SUB-DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

20

SUB-DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

54

SUB-DIRECTORATE:FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: UI

23

SECTION:STORES AND WAREHOUSE

5

ACCOUNTING CLERK

25

SUB-DIRECTORATE:MAINTENANCE

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

5

SUB-DIRECTORATE:MAINTENANCE

11

DEPUTY DIRECTOR : UIF

14

SECTION:TRADE CREDITORS

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

54

SECTION:TRADE CREDITORS

8

SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT

54

SECTION:TRADE CREDITORS

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:UIF

25

SECTION:CLAIM CREDITORS

6

SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK

1

SECTION:BANK RECON

8

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

33

SECTION:BANK RECON

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: UI

18

SECTION:BANK RECON

9

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: UI

54

  1. (a) what total number of vacant posts in his department are occupied on an acting basis and (b) for how long has each specified post been vacant?

Office

How many posts officials are appointed to act

How long has post been vacant

Head Office

4

1 month

6 months

8 months

5 months

     

Northern Cape

1

4 months

     

North West

4

14 months

14 months

14 months

2 months

     

SEF

3

27 months

14 months

27 months

     

Eastern Cape

3

3 months

6 months

1 yr 8 months

     

Gauteng

1

7 months

     

Limpopo

0

 
     

KZN

0

 
     

Free State

1

7 months

     

Western Cape

4

15 months

11 months

3 months

2 months

     

UIF

5

18 months

13 month

7 months

6 months

     

CF

No response

 

Mpumalanga

No response

 

DDG: Corporate Services: Ms B Matebesi

Signature:------------------------------------------------

Date:---------------------------------------------------------

Director-General: Mr T. Lamati

Signature----------------------------------------------------

Date-----------------------------------------------------------

Deputy Minister: Ms B. Moloi, MP

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Date--------------------------------------------------------------

Minister: Mr T.W. Nxesi, MP

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08 April 2021 - NW805

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van der Merwe, Ms LL to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

(1)Whether his department knows when illegal immigrants are released by the Department of Correctional Services so that his department can effectively plan and coordinate their deportation; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) Whether his department and the Department of Correctional Services work together regarding the release of illegal immigrants; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The Department of Correctional Services notifies the Department of Home Affairs of all foreign nationals that are due for release in order for the department to prepare and effect their deportation.

This is in line with section 30 (1) (g) of the Immigration Act, 2002 which states that:

30 (1) The following foreigners may be declared undesirable by the Director, as prescribes, and after such declaration do not qualify for a port of entry visa, visa admission into the Republic or a permanent residence permit:

(g) Anyone with previous criminal convictions without the option of a fine for conduct which would be an offence in the Republic, with exclusion of certain prescribed offences.

(2) The departments do work very closely on the issue of illegal foreigners. There is regular contact between the departments on issues of foreign nationals and illegal immigrants. The Department of Correctional Services also assists in the transfer of illegal immigrants from correctional facilities to the Lindela Holding Facility.

END

08 April 2021 - NW150

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Masango, Ms B to ask the Minister of Social Development

(a) What recourse does her department have in place for women in a case such as the one in September 2020 where a victim of gender-based violence (GBV) had her child taken away without her permission by the father who was the alleged perpetrator of GBV, and the SA Police Service have not assisted the mother to get the child back and (b)(i) on what legal provisions did the Children’s court rely to close the case in Gauteng and transfer it to Venda without informing the mother and the social worker working on the case (details furnished) and (ii) what is the proper procedure in such an instance?

Reply:

a) The member is encouraged to provide specific details of the case mentioned in the question of September 2020 in order for a detailed response on same to be provided. Nontheless, it is important to highlight that the Department provides psychosocial services to victims of GBV, they are two issues involved in this regard. 1) is the provision of psycho social services to the victim of GBV. 2) The provision of Child protection services to the affected child. The latter entails assisting the victim to secure an interdict against the party that is taking away the child; in terms of section 151 and 152 of the children’s act, a child may be removed from a person to temporary safe care; the recourse therefore entails the provision of psycho social services to the victim of GBV and assisting the victim to secure the removal of the child from the perpetrator.

Over and above the Department of Social Development (DSD) is currently advocating for the establishment of the Victim Friendly Rooms/Facilities (VFR/F) in Police Stations across the country to address challenges of cases such as the one referred here. There are currently over 1000 Victim Friendly Facilities in Police Stations across the country. The DSD has currently resourced majority of the VFR/F within the Police Station with social work professionals who are capacitated to deal with cases of GBV. They are assisting in ensuring that GBV cases are not solely dealt with by SAPS members. But that social workers as mandated by the legislation, Children’s Act 38 of 2005 form part in provision of holistic services in these types of cases especially in ensuring that the best interest of a child is considered as of paramount importance at all times. Similarly, the victim as stipulated in the Victims Charter, should be offered information and has the right to be treated with fairness and with respect for her dignity and privacy.

Furthermore, the recent appointment and deployment of GBV social workers at provincial and local level is meant to limit cases of this nature whereby the rights of the victims are violated. With regards to the perpetrator, SAPS is mandated as a law enforcement agency to arrest perpetrators of an unlawful conduct such as violent crime. The Department of Correctional Services also has a critical role to play in terms of perpetrator reform. For example, there are various perpetrator programmes conducted within the correctional facilities including perpetrator programmes on issues of domestic violence.

Further, the department is currently developing legislation, viz, Victim Support Services Bill, that is aimed at protecting the rights of victims and affording victims support services as the situation may require. The Bill will provide for, amongst others, registration of victim facilities that will ensure provision of quality services to victims and a further protection of their rights in this regard.

b) (i) The Children’s Courts are managed and run independently of the Department and where these matters are adjudicated, the department only participates in the proceedings but the final verdicts and rationale thereof lies with the presiding officer. Thus, in the absence of the court judgment, it is difficult to ascertain what provisions did the court rely on in this regard; Even if the court relied on certain provision of the children’ s act; such provision would have been used taking various factors in ordinary cause of event. It must however be noted that there is no provision in the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 that indicates that a child can be transferred to another magisterial district without informing the mother and a social worker involved in the case. However, section 44 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 states that the children’s court that has jurisdiction in matter of a child is the court in the area in which the child involved in the matter is ordinarily a resident. This means the court where the child is will preside over the case.

(ii) Section 35 of the Children’s Act provides for a co-holder of parental responsibility and right to inform the other party when there is an intention to move with a child from the address that is known by the other party. Where there is dispute over parenting, a parenting plan through mediation is supposed to be drafted and agreed upon by the co-holders of parental responsibilities and rights. The development of a parenting plan minimises dispute over parenting.

08 April 2021 - NW975

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Roos, Mr AC to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

(1)Whether the email to the address minister@dha.gov.za, which currently returns a response that the mailbox does not exist, is the correct email address for citizens to direct their requests to him; if not, what is the correct email address; if so, by what date is it envisaged that the problem with the email address will be fixed; (2) What is the target turnaround time for responses to email correspondence to the Minister of Home Affairs?

Reply:

1. The email address minister@dha.gov.za was discontinued on 15 December 2020 and citizens are required to send their queries to hacc@dha.gov.za. The Home Affairs Contact Centre (HACC) email is on the landing page of the DHA website.

2. The target turnaround time to respond to queries sent to hacc@dha.gov.za is 48 hours and the emails are currently managed by 10 officials.

END

08 April 2021 - NW804

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van der Merwe, Ms LL to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

Whether he has found that there is a general increase in individuals who have transgressed their visa and other requirements and remained in the Republic beyond their allotted dates over the past five years; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (a) are the relevant details and (b) is the estimated number of undocumented and/or illegal migrants in the Republic?

Reply:

(a) The total number of persons who have overstayed their visas from 2015 to 2020 according to data from the Movement Control System is 527, 972. The trend has shown a decrease in the number of overstay hits in most cases. As an example in the following ports the trend has been as follows: In Beit Bridge the overstay figures for the period 2015 to 2020 has seen a reduction from 26,972 in 2015 to 11,695 in 2020. In Lebombo a similar trend from 9007 in 2015 to 4673 in 2020, whilst in Maseru Bridge the 2015 overstay figures were 10846 to 6225 in 2020.

(b) The estimated number of undocumented and/or illegal foreigners in South Africa is difficult to determine as there are those who are not recorded on any system as they may have entered the country clandestinely.

END

08 April 2021 - NW957

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Phillips, Ms C to ask the Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies

(1)(a) What is the total monetary value of each concession that welfare, charitable and public benefit organisations used to receive on their annual fees for the SA Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) TV licence(s), (b) in which financial year was each terminated, (c) what was the total cost of the concession for the three financial years prior to termination and (d) what is the reason that the concession was terminated; (2) whether the SABC has any intention of reviewing the concession for welfare, charitable and public benefit organisations; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

I have been advised by SABC as follows:

1. (a) The concessionary license of R74 per annum is discounted as per the Broadcasting Act. According to the TV License Regulations, the qualifying persons for discounted license fees (concession) are: a person who receives a social grant from the state by virtue of age or disability or a war veteran, a person aged 70 years or older. The above mentioned persons are the only concessions provided for in the legislation. The legislation does not make provision for welfare, charitable and public benefit organisations, therefore concessions are not applicable to these entities.

(b) The SABC has not terminated any concessions provided for in the legislation.

(c) This information is not available as indicated under (a) and (b). The licence holder criteria on the database are in accordance with legislative requirements. Welfare, charitable and public benefit organisations are not specifically stipulated in the legislation and therefore not exclusively indicated on the database.

(d) The SABC has not terminated any concessions in the legislation.

2. The SABC has a responsibility to provide various types of specialised content aimed at all our audiences’ needs, including educational content; dramas; news and programming for audiences with disabilities. This mandate comes at a significant cost to the SABC. It is therefore not possible for the SABC not to request the license fee payments from welfare, charitable and public benefit organisations. The SABC relies on these funds to continue providing specialised content delivery to our audiences, in line with our public mandate.

 

MS. STELLA NDABENI-ABRAHAMS, MP

MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

08 April 2021 - NW425

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Hendricks, Mr MGE to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture

Whether, in view of the concerns that the Garlandale Black River Heritage has raised, What (a) total number of mining plants were visited by health and safety labour inspectors during the period 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2020 and (b) were the overall findings about health and safety protocols on mines?

Reply:

I have not been informed of the concerns raised by the Garlande Black Heritage, I will therefore not be in a position to respond whether the mining plants were visited by the health and safety labour inspectors.

08 April 2021 - NW983

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Opperman, Ms G to ask the Minister of Social Development

(1)Whether, with reference to the Temporary Disability Grant that lapsed in December 2020, all recipients who have not had access to a doctor for assessment received Social Relief of Distress grants of R500 for the past 2 months; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details (2) with reference to the many persons in the Northern Cape who lost the opportunity to see a SA Social Security Agency (SASSA) doctor for assessment and therefore had their last payment on 2 December 2020, what assistance is available to persons living with disabilities living on rural farms who have to travel in order to have access to health facilities and the SASSA doctors for assessment; (3) in light of the fact that millions of SASSA grants are paid to commercial banks monthly and a grant recipient pays up to R30 in bank costs, what are the reasons that total exemption on bank costs are not given on SASSA grants?

Reply:

1. Not all clients whose temporary disability grants lapsed at the end of December 2020 were provided with SRD. The table below indicates the numbers of clients who received SRD:

SRD ISSUED PER PROVINCE

PROVINCE

TOTAL NUMBER OF SRD ISSUED

Western Cape

2941

Eastern Cape

397

Northern Cape

2397

Free State

418

KwaZulu-Natal

206

North West

5

Gauteng

303

Mpumalanga

3017

Limpopo

0

TOTAL

9684

Many clients came to the SASSA offices only once, for an assessment and as a result they were not provided with SRD because the complete process of assessment and application was completed within a short space of time. This included clients who were booked for an assessment telephonically or their bookings done through other alternative channels.

SRD was provided to clients where bookings with the SASSA doctor was beyond a period of two weeks or beyond the payment run for the normal social grants. Other factors taken into account included where delays for a booking were as a result of an assessment site having to close on the day of the booking due to Covid19 risk exposure.

SRD was therefore not automatic for every client. Clients assisted within reasonable turnaround times were not provided with SRD.

2. Clients in the Northern Cape who could not be assisted on time were provided with SRD. In the Northern Cape a total of 2 397 clients were provided with SRD.

In order to assist clients living on farms or in the remote areas, engagements with Traditional Leaders in different villages took place for them to assist with the handing out of referral forms, which SASSA would collect at an agreed place and time. This facilitated the booking for a medical assessment with one of the contracted doctors. A regional booking strategy was implemented to ensure that all clients had the opportunity to be booked for the assessment necessary prior to a grant application.

In addition, district staff did conduct home visits in the rural areas with the aim of ensuring access to services for these citizens.

3. SASSA as a public entity is unable to grant total exemption on bank costs. SASSA is unable to prescribe to the banks what their fee structures should be, because that environment is also highly regulated. What SASSA can negotiate with the banks is for banks to provide affordable products which are user friendly to social grant beneficiaries.

Attempts were made in 2017/18 for banks to agree to an account product subsidised by government but at that time, parties could not agree as banks were clear that they have existing products which are offered to social grant beneficiaries.

There are renewed engagements with the different stakeholders within government to consider the feasibility for subsidisation of the clients receiving their social grant money through the National Payment System. In addition, the banks are also being engaged to try and identify more cost effective options for social grant beneficiaries. The consultation processes are at an initial stage. SASSA will update all stakeholders as these negotiations progress.

08 April 2021 - NW984

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Opperman, Ms G to ask the Minister of Social Development

What total number of (a) home visits have been conducted by doctors of the SA Social Security Agency to do assessments of persons living with disabilities in the Northern Cape, (b) home visits have been booked and/or registered (c) persons have been (i) assessed and (ii) persons living with disabilities remains to be assessed?

Reply:

a) Due to the coronavirus pandemic home visits across South Africa were stopped because of transmission risks associated with the virus for both the Doctors, SASSA employees and the beneficiaries who are most vulnerable.

b) Three home visits were booked and done in the in Frances Baard District.

c) (i) A total of 9 008 persons have already been assessed.

(ii) 3 571 assessments remain to be completed.

08 April 2021 - NW1011

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

In light of the millions of discouraged job seekers in the Republic, what active steps is his department taking to address the issue of South Africans of working age who are discouraged from looking for work?

Reply:

The Department has undertaken a number of measures to devise more jobs for work seekers including discouraged ones. We also put in measures to prevent losses of the current jobs and we have raised those matters in parliament, in the media and in various forums with different social partners and stakeholders. The following includes some of the measures we have implemented to end of February 2021:

  1. The Unemployment Insurance Fund has disbursed more than R58-billion in COVID-19 Temporary Employee Relief Scheme to ease the difficulty of workers during the lockdown because of the pandemic. This injection was very important for the economy and contributed in improving the lives of workers in the country and sustaining their jobs.
  2. We are currently developing the National Employment Policy (NEP). To date the situational analysis has been developed and extensive consultation is underway.
  3. Draft 0 on the NEP Sub-theme on Labour Migration Policy has been developed and is currently being finalised. The Draft Policy will be aligned to the Employment Services Amendment Bill that will also processed through Parliament.
  4. We have provided the following assistance to work seekers

             Number of work seekers registered = 702,001.

            Number of Work seekers provided with employment counselling to overcome employment barriers and prepare for job interviews= 200,065.

             Number work opportunities registered after canvassing with potential employers = 71,262.

            Number of work seekers successfully placed into employment opportunities =28,174.

6. 956 Workers with Disabilities employed by 10 National Organisation Factories were provided with subsidies

7. 18 Additional new workers were appointed permanently in our 13 Supported Employment Enterprises employing people with disabilities.

8. Our entities such as Productivity SA has done a lot in saving companies from complete closure through their Turn Around Solution and have provided detailed intervention during the Workshop that was arranged by the Portfolio Committee on Labour during February this year.

9. The CCMA continues to deal with a range of unfair dismissal cases that continue to happen during COVID-19 period, and their 3rd Quarterly report provides detailed statistics in this regard.

10. Our inspection and Enforcement Services has continued to ensure that those who were working during the lockdown, remain safe and that their employers are implementing the Covid-19 regulations that I have published.

11. NEDLAC continues to work with us in responding to the President’s call to rebuild our economy and create more jobs through the development of an Economic Recovery Plan following on the Job Summit.

12. As part of the Economic Stimulus we worked with the Presidency to recruit and place 800 000 young people in Temporary Employment by end March 2021.

13. We have installed self-service stations in 62 out of our 126 labour centres that work seekers can assess for job search, counselling services and placement assistance. We are doing our best with the UIF and Compensation Fund assistance to expand the introduction of these units to the remaining Employment and Labour Centres and Satellite offices that we operate from. These systems can be accessed online by anyone with internet access as well as from anywhere in the country and they provide UIF, CF, Inspections, PES services and people don’t have to go and stand in long ques outside our offices.

13 We also piloted a concept of a youth centre in Cape Town and we will be expanding this concept to other Provinces such as Kwa-Zulu Natal and Northern Cape. And later in the new Financial year to Gauteng and Eastern Cape

14. We will be rolling out mobile units to reach out to those discouraged work seekers in the rural and urban areas and informal settlements to assist them with a range of labour market services.

08 April 2021 - NW260

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Arries, Ms LH to ask the Minister of Social Development

What are the reasons that there are no assessment doctors to assess persons who qualify for temporary and/or permanent disability grants in (a) Mossel Bay and (b) Knysna in the Western Cape?

Reply:

Since the inception of the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA), a service level agreement (SLA) has been in place between SASSA and the Western Cape Provincial Department of Health which includes the Garden Route district. The SLA makes provision for medical assessment services to be performed by the Provincial Department of Health for all disability related social assistance applications, for which they are reimbursed.

In 2018, the WC Department of Health indicated their inability to provide medical practitioners for provision of assessment services in the Garden Route district due to other competing priorities. SASSA then embark on a procurement process through an open tender process to recruit medical practitioners to service the area. However, this did not yield good results as only 4 doctors could be contracted to service the entire Garden Route District on a part time basis. One of the doctors who serviced Mossel Bay passed away and another who previously serviced Knysna is also no longer available for this area.

The Covid19 pandemic has had an immense impact on assessment services as doctors are mostly needed by the Provincial Department of Health.

Given the poor response to the open tender, SASSA approached National Treasury in 2019, for authority to deviate from the open tender process, and recruit doctors through a closed tender process. This involved sending bid requests for the required service directly to doctors registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa.

The above process has yielded some positive results, in that SASSA has now contracted 2 additional doctors to add to the 3 remaining contracted doctors. Services both in Mossel Bay and Knysna, commenced in March 2021.

08 April 2021 - NW835

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King, Ms C to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation

Whether the state-owned pharmaceutical company known as Ketlaphela has been established; if not, what are the reasons that it has not been established; if so, what (a) is the latest relevant information regarding the development of the company and (b) total amount has been spent in the (i) planning and (ii) development processes of establishing the company?

Reply:

1. (a) The Ketlaphela SOC was established as a subsidiary of Pelchem SOC, a subsidiary of South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (NECSA). The establishment of Ketlaphela was part of the vision to manufacture Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) for drugs against the most problematic diseases in South Africa, in particular HIV/AIDS. This was part in a process of many other activities and investigations into the sustainability of such an entity which included a number of studies, establishment of public private partnerships seeking expert and legal opinions. Much work in this regard was done between 2011 and 2014. In total, the process was done in three phases. The first phase entailed a partnership with Lonza, from which Lonza withdrew citing the new management team’s global “Focus and Deliver” strategy, which they said would not align with the partnership on Ketlaphela.

Following Lonza’s withdrawal, Cabinet approved a process to find a new technology partner. This was referred to as Phase 2 of Ketlaphela. The need for finding yet another partner was based on the fact that all APIs used in drug formulations in South Africa are imported and as such, a technology partner would facilitate technology and skills transfer. This phase was implemented through open calls for Expressions of Interest. Unfortunately, no bidder could meet the minimum qualifying criteria. The collapse of this phase ushered the process into the third phase.

The third phase entailed a more pragmatic approach, where Ketlaphela branded anti-retroviral tablets (ARVs) would be introduced into the national health care system through a collaboration with local ARV producers, whilst a small-scale manufacturing plant for APIs for selected niche products, including new ARV APIs would be established. The rationale for this phase was to tap into existing contracts between the Department of Health (DoH) and ARV suppliers to produce and supply Ketlaphela-branded ARV tablets to the DoH. In order to incentivise ARV suppliers to collaborate with Ketlaphela, there was a need for a letter of intent between DoH and Ketlaphela on long-term supply agreement. The Request for Proposal was therefore drafted for existing ARV suppliers who want to partner to allocate current supply of their volumes to Ketlaphela in exchange of a long -term contract. In this regard, the Department of Science and Technology (at the time) was to provide financial support for the development of new manufacturing approaches through research and development.

The third phase could not proceed as the letter of intent for long-term supply contract could not be secured. However, the research, development and innovation aspect under the Department of Science and Technology continued and the small-scale manufacturing plant for API manufacturing has been established. As from 2017, the Pelchem Board decided to take the process forward by finding an international technology partner to provide finished products under the Ketlaphela Brand. The Department of Science and Innovation is not part of this process as it does not follow the original aspect of local development and manufacturing of APIs.

(b) It is important to note that for the period 2011 to 2015, all activities for the three phases were funded by the then Department of Science and Technology to an amount of R13 747 152 to support the establishment of Ketlaphela. The funds were utilised as per the breakdown below:

Financial year

Amount

Institution

Reason

2011/12

R2 964 617

Pelchem SOC

  • KPMG Economic Impact Analyses of Ketlaphela
  • Frost & Sullivan Commercial viability, Socio-economic benefits
  • Study on the formulation, fill and finishing operations in the SA pharmaceutical sector

2012/13 – 2013/14

R1 500 000

Cliff Dekker Hofmeyr

  • At National Treasury’s request to obtain a legal opinion on validity of the process of engaging with Lonza by Pelchem and the IDC
  • Assist with the development of draft contracts and evaluation of Expression on Interest

2013/14

R4 082 535

Pelchem SOC

  • Development of New Business plan to find new technology partner
  • Development of all legal agreements needed to engage with new technology partner
  • Issuing and evaluation of the Expression of Interest
  • Some direct management and operational expenses
  • Development of blue prints for the pilot plant at Pelindaba

2015/16 - 2016/17

R5 200 000

Pelchem SOC

  • Some direct management and operational expenses
  • Development of Ketlaphela 3 business plan
  • Initial synthesis of 2 drug molecules (Tenefovir and Dalutegravir) at the University of Pretoria and the University of Kwazulu-Natal

It is important to note that the services as procured in this regard during the three phases were rendered and as such, funds were utilised for specific deliverables. At the end of the contract between Pelchem and the Department of Science and Technology in March 2017, the unspent amount of R4 836 272.29 was refunded. Ketlaphela was therefore left existing just in name, without assets and no funding was inherited from the establishment process. The process currently being pursued by Pelchem and the Department of Energy and Mineral Resources to take the process forward in a different format seem to have stalled. With the Department of Science and Innovation not being part of that, the Department is therefore not in a position to provide an update on the latest developments.

08 April 2021 - NW720

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Julius, Mr J to ask the Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies

1. Whether there are any plans to sell the vacant stand on erf 1536 Oranjerivier Street in Toekomsrus, Randfontein, belonging to the SA Postal Services which is allegedly being used as a drug den and other criminal activities; if not, why not; if so, how far is the process; 2. What amount was spent to date on services paid to the Rand West City Local Municipality for the vacant land; 3. What has she found to be the social impact on the community due to this vacant land being used for criminal activities?

Reply:

I have been advised by the SAPO as follows:

  1. The Toekomsrus vacant land has been identified for disposal, subject to the requisite governance and approval processes.
  2. Municipal service charges amount to about R1 202 per month.
  3. To date, SAPO have not received any complaints from the community, however this matter will be investigated and if necessary, reported to SAPS.

 

MS. STELLA NDABENI-ABRAHAMS, MP

MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

08 April 2021 - NW794

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Arries, Ms LH to ask the Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies

What (a) total number of Post Office branches have closed their doors over the past five financial years and (b) are the reasons for the specified closures?

Reply:

I have been advised by SAPO as follows:

a) A total of 144 Post Office branches have been closed over the past five financial years.

b) Most of these branches were closed due to Network Optimisation strategy and only six were closed due to forced landlord evictions.

MS. STELLA NDABENI-ABRAHAMS, MP

MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

08 April 2021 - NW969

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

(1)In view of the COVID-19 pandemic that will result in many companies having a substantially lower return of earnings for the current financial year which is going to affect their submissions in terms of the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, Act 130 of 1993, in order to renew their letters of good standing, what mechanisms (a) has his department put in place to address a potentially large number of companies that will be flagged for audit as a result of the lower return of earnings and (b) will be put in place to speed up the audit process to ensure that a letter of good standing can be issued quickly in order to not negatively impact companies; (2) whether his department will make the submission of supporting documents more user-friendly and streamlined in preparation for this; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether his department will allow an appeals process for assessments based on estimations where a potential system overload causes companies to fail to submit documents within the requisite 21 days; if not, why not; if so; what are the relevant details; (4) what adjustments have been made to the system to allow companies to submit large files such as audited financial statements in order to mitigate against the loss of documents resulting from zipped files and multiple separate emailed documents due to the limited size allowed; (5) what is (a) the current backlog of audits and (b) being done to address the specified backlogs?

Reply:

1. The Compensation Fund has taken cognisance of the negative impacts of Covid-19 on businesses and their payrolls and as such have increased the 30% variance threshold in earnings limit to 50%. This consideration will drastically reduce the number of employers who may be flagged for audits rendering them unable to generate their Letters of Good Standing.

Where required based on the outcome of the assessments, additional contract resources will be sourced to assist with audits during this period.

2. Supporting documents are not required with the submission of returns. These documents are required in instances where employers are flagged for audit or in support of applications for revision of assessments.

3. The process of applying for estimates is an established process for employers. Once an estimate is applied for, employers are afforded a period of 180 days to apply for a revision of assessment.

4. As indicated above, employers are not required to submit these documents on the ROE Online system. Where they are flagged for audit, they get an automated response letter with details of documents they need to submit for audit and email addresses they need to submit these documents to. Alternatively supporting documents can be submitted through the labour centres or arrangements could be made with inspection services to collect the documents.

5. The current backlogs are 8300 audits. We are using internal resources and Payroll Audit Inspectors to assist to clear this backlog by the end of June 2021. This process requires making contact with employers to obtain full required information to do the audit. Where required audit information is not submitted these will not be cleared and employer will be unable to obtain Letters of Good Standing.

08 April 2021 - NW281

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Social Development

What is the (a) total number of social workers at (i) national and (ii) provincial level who are dedicated field officers to assist homeless persons in the Republic and (b) family and/or society reintegration success rate over the past five years?

Reply:

(a)(i) No Social Workers are specifically dedicated to perform these activities at National level. This is part of the functions provided by the Families unit at national level.

(ii) No Social Workers are specifically dedicated to perform these activities at Provincial level. Social workers perform comprehensive basket of services of which homelessness is one of them. Provinces are subsidising NGOs to provide services to homeless people

(b) Family and/or society reintegration success rate over the past five years.

Province

Family and/or society reintegration over the past five years

Eastern Cape

2 555 people benefited from reintegration services

Limpopo

74 people benefited from reintegration services, only 3 individuals are still in the shelter for homeless

Northern Cape

1 003 persons benefited from reintegration services

Western Cape

3 031 people benefited from reintegration services

Free State

902 people were reintegrated with their families

Gauteng

583 beneficiaries from permanent funded shelters were reunified with their families

Kwazulu-Natal

3 940 people were reintegrated with their families

North West

231 people benefited from reintegration services

(These are responses received from some provinces, others have not responded as yet.)

08 April 2021 - NW435

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Madlingozi, Mr BS to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture

Whether, in view of the sit-in by two South African artists at the Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) on 19 and 20 February 2021 to highlight the alleged thievery and mismanagement of the money of especially black South African musicians by unscrupulous collecting societies, his department has taken any steps to deal with the alleged theft of monies belonging to artists by SAMRO; if not, why not, if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The issue of mismanagement of royalties by collecting societies has been in the public domain for quite some time and recommendations were made for government to enact strong legislations that will compel all societies to properly account to their members and to government. The current situation is that only needle-time collecting societies are required to account not only to their members but also to the Companies & Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) on how they distribute royalties collected. Unfortunately, SAMRO does form part of these collecting societies, as it does not collect for needle time. The current process of amending the Copyright Act is aimed at, inter alia, providing a comprehensive approach towards addressing these issues. As a matter of facts, the proposed pieces of legislation (Copyright reformed legislation makes provision that all collecting societies are legally obliged to properly account to both their members and to the CIPC. We believe that the once the Bills which are currently in Parliament for further review are enacted, the situation will surely improve.

While the above process is unfolding, it is possible for members of the collecting societies to use other avenues such as the provisions that are in the Companies Act of 2008 to ensure that the Directors of these companies are held accountable for proper management of the company. Based on the provision of the Act, members can also submit their complaints to the CIPC on matters relating any alleged breach of fiduciary duties.

Despite all this, and noting the obligation that we have as a Department which demands that we protect our artists, the office of the DG has met with the management of all the collecting societies on 2 March 2021, this include SAMRO. There are a number of issues that were discussed, including the increase and usage of modern technology to management royalty collection and distribution; frequent distributions of royalties to ensure that artists access their income as soon as possible; commitment on the tracking and tracing system for unclaimed royalties - using various media platforms to reach out to those whom their royalties remained unclaimed. Of great importance, we have also agreed on the development and creation of government and corporate partnership programs to educate artists and the heirs about their works as managed by these collecting societies, this having noted that most of the artists are not aware of who exactly collects for what in all applicable musical rights. The actual plans surrounding the partnership programs will be unveiled as soon as the details become available.

07 April 2021 - NW657

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Marais, Mr S to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

(1)With reference to the burglary and theft of weapons at the TEK Base in Thaba Tswane, which was reported in December 2019, what (a) is the progress of the investigation, (b) charges were brought against the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) staff and (c) is the total number of SANDF staff who (i) were suspended, (ii) were charged, (iii) are still suspended but not charged, (iv) are still suspended and being paid their salaries and (v) were charged and have appeared in a court of law; (2) what are the details of the munitions (a) stolen and (b) recovered; (3) whether any stolen weapons were recovered; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) where and (b) on what date did the recovery occur?

Reply:

1. a. What is the progress of the investigation? The case is at Court of Senior Military Judge for trial.

b. What charges were brought against the SANDF Staff? Housebreaking and Theft and alternative charge of Negligent Loss of Firearms.

c. What is the total number of SANDF Staff who –

i.  were suspended? Fourteen (14) members.

ii. were charged? Fourteen (14) members.

iii. are still suspended but not charged? None.

iv. are still suspended and being paid their salaries? Six of the seven members that are still on suspension are receiving salary of which five members suspension are in process to be uplifted (As discussed with GOC SA Army Engineer Formation).

v. were charged and have appeared in a Court of Law? Fourteen (14) members.

2. What are the details of the munitions (a) stolen and (b) recovered? Eighteen (18) R4 Assault Rifles and three (3) 9mm Pistols ( 9mm Vector, 9mm Baretta and 9mm Star) were stolen of which eighteen (18) R4 Assault Rifles and two (2) 9mm Pistols (9mm Vector and 9mm Baretta) were recovered.

3. Whether any stolen weapons were recovered; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) where and (b) on what date did the recovery occur?

(i) Eighteen (18) R4 Assault Rifles and two (2) 9mm Pistols were recovered. The one 9mm Pistol that is still missing, was circulated.

(ii) On 08 February 2020 one 9mm Vector Pistol was recovered in Kwa-Thema and one R4 Assault Rifle was recovered in Springs. Thirteen R4 Assault Rifles and one 9mm Pistol were recovered in Daveyton on 09 February 2020. The last remaining four (4) R4 Assault Rifles were also recovered in Springs on 30 May 2020.

 

07 April 2021 - NW152

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Public Service and Administration

What (a) is the total number of senior managers who do not have the required qualifications and credentials for the positions they currently occupy and (b) in which (i) national and (ii) provincial government departments are they employed and (c) what is being done to rectify this situation?

Reply:

a) According to information from PERSAL as at 15th February 2021, there are currently a total of 9477 Senior Managers employed in the Public Service. Out of this total, 3301 members do not have the required qualifications. However it needs to be stated that many Departments do not capture the qualification information on PERSAL and therefore the information in the tables below are skewed. The information also excludes the Department of Defence and State Security Agency.

b) A total of 5447 SMS members are employed in the National departments, 1987 of them do not have the required qualifications. These are from the following departments :

(i) NATIONAL

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

227

Arts and Culture

1

Basic Education

5

Civilian Secretariat for the Police Service

11

Communication and Digital Technologies

17

Cooperative Governance

34

Correctional Services

67

Education

1

Employment and Labour

79

Environment, Forestry and Fisheries

107

Government Communication and Information System

8

Health

56

Higher Education and Training

52

Home Affairs

56

Human Settlement

46

Independent Police Investigative Directorate

9

International Relations and Cooperation

81

Justice and Constitutional Development

189

Military Veterans

4

Mineral Resources and Energy

31

National School of Government

10

National Treasury

64

Office of the Chief Justice

10

Office of the Public Service Commission

15

Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

16

Police

228

Public Enterprises

22

Public Service and Administration

32

Public Works and Infrastructure

67

Science and Innovation

44

Small Business Development

15

Social Development

39

Sports, Arts and Culture

22

Statistics South Africa

24

The Presidency

17

Tourism

23

Trade, Industry and Competition

128

Traditional Affairs

7

Transport

25

Water and Sanitation

78

Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

20

TOTAL

1987

(ii) Out of a total of 4028 Senior Managers who are currently employed at various provincial government department, 1314 of them do not have the required qualifications as described by the aforementioned Directive and they are from the following departments in the following provinces:

EASTERN CAPE

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

12

Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism

17

Education

25

Health

47

Human Settlement

14

Office of the Premier

5

Provincial Treasury

1

Roads and Public Works

8

Rural Development and Agrarian Reform

15

Safety and Liaison

1

Social Development

15

Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture

12

Transport

13

TOTAL

185

FREE STATE

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Agriculture

18

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

12

Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs

8

Education

14

Health

19

Human Settlement

3

Office of the Premier

7

Police, Roads and Transport

15

Provincial Treasury

6

Public Works

9

Social Development

12

Sports, Arts, Culture and Recreation

4

TOTAL

127

GAUTENG

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Agriculture and Rural Development

25

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

14

Community Safety

8

E-Government

26

Economic Development

14

Education

42

Health

57

Human Settlement

25

Infrastructure Development

31

Office of the Premier

34

Provincial Treasury

36

Roads and Transport

31

Social Development

22

Sports, Arts, Culture and Recreation

16

TOTAL

381

KWAZULU-NATAL

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Agriculture and Rural Development

4

Arts and Culture

7

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

17

Community Safety and Liaison

6

Economic Development , Tourism and Environmental Affairs

25

Education

42

Finance

23

Health

28

Human Settlement

8

Office of the Premier

29

Public Works

11

Social Development

16

Sports and Recreation

6

Transport

24

TOTAL

246

LIMPOPO

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Agriculture and Rural Development

6

Cooperative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs

17

Economic Development, Environment and Tourism

19

Education

23

Health

46

Office of the Premier

6

Provincial Treasury

3

Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure

12

Social Development

4

Sports, Arts and Culture

5

Transport and Community Safety

13

TOTAL

154

MPUMALANGA

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs

6

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

5

Community Safety, Security and Liaison

5

Culture, Sports and Recreation

3

Economic Development and Tourism

9

Education

15

Health

31

Human Settlement

15

Office of the Premier

7

Provincial Treasury

11

Public Works, Roads and Transport

16

Social Development

8

TOTAL

131

NORTH WEST

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Agriculture and Rural Development

0

Arts, Culture, Spots and Recreation

0

Community Safety and Transport Management

7

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

1

Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism

3

Education

0

Health

6

Human Settlement

0

Justice and Constitutional Development

1

Office of the Premier

5

Provincial Treasury

0

Public Works and Roads

2

Social Development

2

TOTAL

27

NORTHERN CAPE

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

1

Cooperative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs

1

Economic Development and Tourism

1

Education

4

Environment and Nature Conservation

0

Health

3

Office of the Premier

3

Provincial Treasury

1

Roads and Public Works

0

Social Development

3

Sport, Arts and Culture

0

Transport, Safety and Liaison

1

TOTAL

18

WESTERN CAPE

Name of Department

Number of SMS Members with qualifications below NQF Level 7/ Not captured

Agriculture

0

Community Safety

0

Cultural Affairs and Sport

0

Economic Development and Tourism

4

Education

4

Environmental Affairs and Development Planning

6

Health

9

Human Settlement

2

Local Government

2

Provincial Treasury

3

Social Development

5

The Premier

5

Transport and Public Works

5

TOTAL

45

(c) In order to rectify this situation, a Directive on Compulsory Capacity Development, Mandatory Training Days and Minimum Entry Requirements for SMS was issued to departments with effect from 1 April 2017, as determined in terms of Section 3(2) of the Public Service Act as Amended by MPSA. The Objectives of the Directive are:

  1. To promote continuous professional development of members of the SMS;
  2. To ensure that training on identified skills gap is implemented in departments;
  3. To ensure that compulsory training programmes aimed at addressing the developmental needs of senior managers within the Public Service have been identified;
  4. To promote and encourage SMS members to be trained in a structured manner;
  5. To promote minimum entry requirements for appointment into the SMS through obtaining a compulsory Public Service specific qualification;
  6. To achieve a highly competent SMS cadre; and
  7. To strengthen the recruitment process at SMS level, inter-alia.

It is therefore, compulsory for the identified development needs of SMS members to be reflected in their Performance Agreements as Personal Development Plans. Departments must ensure that such developmental needs are addressed through ensuring that sufficient funding is made available for such interventions.

End

07 April 2021 - NW781

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Komane, Ms RN to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation

In view of the statement by the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, in his State of the Nation Address on 11 February 2021, that there will be renewed emphasis on building state capacity by building a pool of engineers, project managers and other critical skills in order to ensure a seamless implementation of projects, what targeted interventions will he make to (a) recruit a sufficient number of young persons for enrollment in the specified courses and (b) fund their studies?

Reply:

a)  Since the introduction of the Performance Monitoring and Evaluation System in

2010 and the subsequent Medium-Term Strategic Framework, the Department has been engaging with universities through enrolment planning on their targets for scarce skills areas. In the new enrolment planning cycle, the targets for first time entering students into the scarce skills areas of engineering, life and physical science, human health, animal health and veterinary sciences, and teacher education are indicated in the table below:

Scarce Skills Areas

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

Engineering

16 152

16 647

17 085

17 639

18 100

18 317

Life and Physical Science

16 948

17 161

17 584

17 391

17 459

17 614

Human Health

9 796

10 155

10 418

10 838

11 155

11 516

Animal and Veterinary

Science

1 116

1 154

1 194

1 209

1 229

1 257

Initial Teacher Education

22 752

22 746

22 788

22 855

22 951

23 380

The targets for all undergraduate enrolments for the scarce skills are in the table below:

Scarce Skills Areas

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

Engineering

77 062

77 003

77 158

78 916

80 796

83 019

Life and Physical Science

58 267

59 240

60 613

61 218

62 092

62 890

Human Health

47 411

47 488

47 597

49 120

50 406

51 926

Animal and Veterinary

Science

5 001

5 208

5 343

5 469

5 592

5 729

Initial Teacher Education

136

272

139

733

142

893

144

791

147 471

150

117

770 Apprentices are being trained at 26 Centres of Specialisation at different Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges in 13 priority trades with 130

participating employers. A further 1 000 young people are expected to start in 2021 as apprentices. TVET colleges are being supported to be Trade Test Centres for occupational trades.

In response to the President’s State of the Nation Address, Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) have set targets to respond to the National Skills Development Plan and contribute to the post-school education and training system. Amongst others, four SETAs that are involved with artisanal and engineering interventions have set targets for the Medium-Term Strategic Framework.

Interventions

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

Artisans

9 170

7 768

9 683

9 234

9 919

Engineering Learnerships

10 588

7 551

9 840

10 560

8 055

Recognition of Prior Learning

3 259

2 561

2 855

2 978

1 543

Work Integrated Learning

1 849

1 654

2 243

2 166

2 188

Bursary

4 112

1 474

1 876

1 880

1 886

Candidacy

703

386

812

885

896

b) All NSFAS qualifying students in approved undergraduate qualifications are provided with financial support for their studies, as long as they continue to meet the financial and academic eligibility criteria.

SETAs have made commitments to fund employers that partner with TVET colleges to take more apprentices as part of the skills strategy to support the Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan. Funding of eligible learners will be done through discretionary grants given to employers and institutions of higher learning. SETAs will fund programmes or projects aimed at developing high-level skills such as managers, associate professionals and artisans amongst others.

07 April 2021 - NW743

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Hill-Lewis, Mr GG to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

(1)Whether, with reference to the reply of the Minister of Finance to question 2201 on 22 October 2020, a certain political organisation (name furnished) has refunded any of the monies owed to the State for the irregular use of an SA Air Force aircraft to transport a delegation of the specified political organisation to Zimbabwe for talks with a political party in that country; if not, why not; if so, (a) what total amount has been refunded to date, (b) what amount is still outstanding and (c) by what date is it envisaged the amount will be refunded in full; (2) whether the specified amount is the (a) full and (b) final amount with which the specified political organisation will refund the State; if not, what action is the National Treasury taking to recover the full cost of the irregular flight; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

On 30 September 2020, payment to the Department of Defence was made in the amount of R105 545.46

06 April 2021 - NW718

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Mphithi, Mr L to ask the Minister in The Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

What will be the cost of advertising with regard to the Director-General of her Office and her Ministry’s media engagements and roadshows on the National Youth Programme?

Reply:

On media engagements and roadshows on the National Youth Programme, the Department has already had numerous radio and television engagement on the work it does. These has no cost associated. The cost of future media engagements will be determined only in the absence of invitations to interviews.

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Approved by Minister

Ms M Nkoana-Mashabane, MP

Date _____________________

06 April 2021 - NW1013

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Cebekhulu, Inkosi RN to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

Whether she has been informed of the alleged ill-treatment of civilians by the SA National Defence Force members deployed to Mozambique; if not, why not; if so, what interventions has her department made?

Reply:

  1. The SANDF does not have members deployed to Mozambique.

06 April 2021 - NW517

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Hicklin, Ms MB to ask the Minister in The Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

(1)Whether any staff member in her Office (a) performed work outside normal working hours in addition to the responsibilities related to his or her work in the past five financial years and (b) has been performing such work during the period 1 April 2014 up to the latest specified date for which information is available; if not, in each case, how is it determined whether such work is being performed or not; if so, in each case, (i) what number of staff members and (ii) in what job and/or work categories are the specified staff members employed; (2) whether approval for such work was obtained in each case; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what is the policy of her Office in this regard, (b) by whom are such applications considered and approved, (c) what number of contraventions of this policy were brought to the attention of the National Treasury in the past five financial years and (d) what steps have been taken against the transgressors?

Reply:

(1) (a) Not in the Office of the Minister; (b) Not in the Office of the Minister as no employees requested approval to perform additional work; (i) not applicable; (ii) not applicable.

(2) Not in the Office of the Minister; all offers of employment stipulate that in terms of section 30(1) of the Public Service Act, 1994, they are required to obtain prior approval should they wish to perform any remunerative work outside the public service; (b) not applicable; (c) not applicable; (d) not applicable.

 

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Approved by Minister

Ms M Nkoana-Mashabane, MP

Date _____________________

06 April 2021 - NW716

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Mphithi, Mr L to ask the Minister in The Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

With reference to COVID-19 pandemic which has forced her Office to look toward incorporating Fourth Industrial Revolution measures and methodologies toward meeting its targets and, given this cost saving, what innovative plans does her Office have going forward to ensure all targets are met despite the impact that COVID-19 has had on regular functioning to ensure that the rights and needs of the youth are met?

Reply:

  • NYDA to speak on the Covid-19 grant programme launched as a result of COVID;
  • NYDA to speak to the 1000 businesses in a 100 days, and how success was achieved despite Covid. And what are the plans going forward.
  • Department to mention how they managed to consult young people throughout the pandemic

The Department will continue to engage young people and other stakeholders using both physical and virtual means. This will enable us to meet our targets and also meet the constitutional obligation of consulting those affected by policies and laws. The right to consultation has been centermost during the pandemic through using technology to engage youth for them to provide input into policy and legislation being developed by the Department.

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Approved by Minister

Ms M Nkoana-Mashabane, MP

Date _____________________

06 April 2021 - NW831

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Mphithi, Mr L to ask the Minister in The Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

(a) What were the key issues emanating from the National Youth Machinery meeting (details furnished) and (b) who attended the meeting?

Reply:

(a) The key issues that are emanating from the National Youth Machinery meetings relate to progress on youth development interventions in the form of policies and programmes. In the meeting which was recently held on 02 March 2021, the following were discussed:

(i) Update on the launch of the National Youth Policy 2020-2030 (NYP2030) to create awareness on its approval and call for its implementation;

(ii) progress on the draft Monitoring and Evaluation Framework to track the implementation of the NYP2030. The aim was to solicit inputs from participants;

(iii) presentation on the Amendment of the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) Bill to solicit inputs from participants. The NYDA Act is amended to optimise and intensify delivery of services to the youth by making the NYDA’s broad mandate to be more focused, improve its governance and increase its reach through establishing NYDA’s offices and district and local levels in line with the District Development Model;

(iii) update on the draft Integrated Youth Development Strategy (IYDS) by the NYDA. The aim was to solicit further inputs from participants on the strategy which seeks to give effect to implementation of the NYP2030 through targeted programmes by government, business and civil society role players.

(iv) presentation of Techno girl Trust Program. The purpose of Techno Girl programme is to close the existing barriers of inadequate exposure of girls in the space of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The programme seek to reduce youth unemployment; provide second-chance; expose young people to 4IR; create needs innovative solutions; and provide youth with thorough training for businesses and employment opportunities. The purpose of the presentation was to solicit partnership in implementation of the programme.

(v) progress on the 4IR Youth Skills and Employment Initiative, which was presented to participants to appraise them that it will soon be presented to Cabinet. The initiative seeks to equip the youth with digital skills, so that South Africa and Africa, can reap the benefits from the 4th Industrial Revolution. The presentation was intended to encourage partnerships.

(b) The National Youth Machinery meeting was attended by youth focal persons in national line function departments; Offices of the Premiers; civil society organisations; South African Youth Council; and the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA). These attendees are the same participants who are targeted to attend all the National Youth Machinery meetings. The participants from business sector are also invited and attend the meetings on ad-hoc basis. The following are a list of organisations usually invited to send the representative/s to the meeting:

(i) Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities (Chair and Secretariat);

(ii) Department of Social Development;

(iii) Department of Sports, Arts and Culture;

(iv) Department of Public Services Administration;

(v) Department of Home Affairs;

(vi) Department of Basic Education;

(vii) Department of Higher Education;

(viii) Department of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation;

(ix) Department of Economic;

(x) Department of Health;

(xi) Department of Minerals and Energy;

(xii) Department of International Relations and Cooperative Governance;

(xiii) Department of Small Business Development;

(xiv) Department of Employment and Labour;

(xv) Department of Justice and Correctional Services;

(xvi) Department of National Treasury;

(xvii) Department of Tourism;

(xviii) Department of Human Settlements;

(xix) South African Police Services;

(xx) Department of Communications and Digital Technologies;

(xxi) Department of Defence;

(xxii) Department of Employment and Labour;

(xxiii) Department of International Relations and Cooperation;

(xxiv) Department of Transport;

(xxv) Department of Public Works and Infrastructure;

(xxvi) Department of Small Business Development;

(xxvii) Department of Trade and Industry

(xxviii) Department of Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation;

(xxix) Department of Telecommunication and Postal Services;

(xxx) Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs;

(xxxi) The Presidency;

(xxxii) Offices of the Premiers in all nine provinces;

(xxxiii) National Development Agency

(xxxiv) South African Youth Council

(xxxv) National non-Government Organisations

(xxxvi) South African Local Government Association (SALGA)

(xxxvii)Black Business Council

(xxxviii) Business Unity South Africa

(xxxix ) Development partners (e.g. UNFPA, UNICEF, GIZ)

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Approved by Minister

Ms M Nkoana-Mashabane, MP

Date _____________________

06 April 2021 - NW725

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Steyn, Ms A to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether her department was responsible for identifying beneficiaries for the stimulus support that was provided as part of the COVID-19 packages; if not, (a) who was responsible to identify the beneficiaries and (b) what criteria were used; (2) whether she will furnish Mrs A Steyn with the report that was produced in order to motivate for support packages of identified beneficiaries; if not, why not; if so, on what date?

Reply:

1. Yes, the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALLRD) was responsible for identifying the Presidential Employment Stimulus Initiative (PESI) through an application process.

(a) Falls away.

(b) The Criteria used was dealt with in three distinct parts:

A: Compulsory Criteria;

B: Functional Criteria; and

C: Verification Criteria.

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