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09 October 2019 - NW897

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Mafanya, Mr WTI to ask the Minister of Police

(1) What is the status of the investigation into the killing of the nationa! football team captain, Mr Senzo Meyiwa; (2) Whether there are any prospects of making arrests for his murder in the near future; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, on what date is it envisaged that arrests will be made?

Reply:

(1) and (2)

The matter is still under investigation and it is likely that in the near future an arrest will take place. It cannot be specific, however, a DNA match can lead to an arrest.

Reply to question 837 recommended/not recommended

 

09 October 2019 - NW974

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Police

(1) Whether he has taken any steps against a certain officer (nama and details furnished) of the SA Police Service whose firearm was left in the vehicle and then stolen while the specified person was away from the vehicle; if not, why not; if so, what steps; (2) Whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

1. The matter has been brought to the attention of the National Commissioner of the South African Police Service (SAPS). The National Commissioner has initiated steps to verify the authenticity of the officer’s report, with regard to the incident. The final report and decision thereof will be furnished to the Minister of Police, regarding the disposal of the matter.

2. The issuing of a statement on the matter at hand will depend on the outcome of the process in paragraph (1) above.

 

Reply to question 974 recommended

GENERAL UTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

Date: ]g15 J?g- 1

2

Reply to question 974 approved/not approved

GENE H CELE (MP) MINISTER Q ' PO ICE

Date:

NASIONALE VERGADERING

VRAAG VIR SKRIFTELIKE BEANTWOORDING

Dr. PJ Groenewald (VF Plus) vra die Minister van Polisie:

    1. Of enige stappe geneem is teen die provinsiale kommissaris van Polisie in Noord-Kaap (It-gent. R Ship/tJn) wat sy vuurwapen in sy voertuig gelaat het en wat toe gesteel is terwyl hy weg van sy voertuig was, indien wet, watter stappe, indien nie, hoekom nie;
    2. of hy ‘n Verklaring oor die aangeleentheid sal doen?

D J GROENEWALD (LP)

12 September 2019

VG P) us Hoofkanto or VF Plu« Parle ment

rariement, Kaapstad, 4oo\

Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization

INFORMATION NOTE

To: The Minister of Police

ROBBERY OF OFFICIAL FIREARM: LIEUTENANT GENERAL SHIVURI, PROVINCIAL COMMISSIONER: NORTHERN CAPE

  1. In a letter dated 2019-09-10 from Lieutenant General Shivuri, the Provincial Commissioner of Northern Cape and addressed to the National Commissioner, Lieutenant General Shivuri reported the robbery of his official firearm.

2. In the factual report it is mentioned that on 2019-09-08 Lieutenant General Shivuri was frequenting an informal car wash in the Kimberley CBD in order to have his car washed. He further alludes to the fact that two boys started to wash the vehicle whilst he was still inside the vehicle busy putting loose items (including his official firearm) in a brown carry bag. One of the boys grabbed the brown carry bag and ran away. The firearm was later recovered and three suspects were arrested on account of the robbery.

3. In a subsequent question in Parliament, dr. Groenewald of the FF Plus asked the Minister of Police whether any steps have been taken ”apa/nsf a certain officer whose firearm was left in the vehicle and then stolen while the specified person was away from the vehicle.”

4. The version put forward by Lieutenant General Shivuri does not prima facie constitute misconduct as the firearm was still under his control when it was robbed. According to the information in the question asked by dr. Groenewald, the firearm was stolen whilst the person was away from the vehicle. If the last mentioned allegation is found to be factually correct, Lieutenant General Shivuri i a facie contra\/ened the provisions of the Firearms Control Act, 2000 which also constitutes misconduct.

5. In order for the National Commissioner to decide whether any steps should be instituted against Lieutenant General Shivuri, copies of the statements filed in Kimberley CAS196/09/09 were requested in order to consider whether any disciplinary steps in terms of the provisions of section 9 of the SA Police Service Act, 1995 should be instituted against Lieutenant General Shivuri.

6. Once the statements filed in the said case docket haVe been perused, an informed decision will be taken as to whether to institute a board of Inquiry as provided for in section 9 of the SA Police Service Act, 1995.

LIEUTENANT GENERAL DIVISIONAL C SSIONER: LEGAL AND POLICY SERVICES A KHAN

Date:

Noted

TI

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GENERAL OUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

Noted

MINISTE F POLICE BK CELE , MP

Date: D

Information Note compiled by Telephone number

Date

Infonnation Note verified by Telephone number

Date

Brigadier D Odendaal

012 3937026

2018-09-26

Major General P Mnisi 012 3937011

201B-09-26

09 October 2019 - NW922

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Brink, Mr C to ask the Minister of Police

Whether the (a) Lyttleton, (b) Olievenhoutbosch, (c) Erasmia, (d) Wierdabrug and (e) Laudium Police Stations have cells to detain arrested persons overnight; if not, in each case, (i) which police station does not have the requisite cells and (ii) where are arrested persons detained overnight; if so, what number of arrested persons can be detained overnight in each case?

Reply:

(a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(i)(ii)

(i) Police Station

Does the police station have cells to detain arrested pemons overnight

 

Has

cells

Where are the arrested persons detained overnight

Humber of arrested persons that can be detained overnight

(a)

Lyttelton

No

Sunnyside Pollce Station

Nine male cells and one femala cell. Each cell can accommodate eight detainees.

(b)

Olievenhoutbosch

No

Wierdabrug Pollce Station

Four male cells, which can accommodate 15 detainees and one female cell, which can accommodate flve detainees.

(c)

Erasmia

No

Atterideeville

Pollce Station

Six male cells, one juvenile cell,

one female cell, one lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queef or questioning, and intersex (LGBTQI) cell, which can each accommodate 10

detainees.

(d)

Wierdabrug

Yes

Wierdabrug Police Station

Four male cells, which can each accommodate 15 detainees and one female cell, which can accommodate five detainees.

(e)

Laudium

No

Atteridgeville Police Station

Six male cells, one juvenile cell,

one female cell, one lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, and intersex (LGBTQI) cell, which can each accommodate 10 detainees.

 

09 October 2019 - NW840

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Lotriet, Prof A to ask the Minister of Police

(a) What number of cameras are at the Boksburg North Police Station and (b) where is each camera situated; (2) (a) When last was each camera inspected, (b) what was the working condition of each camera and (c) on what date was each faulty camera repaired; (3) (a) When last did the specified police station report any camera that was out Of order, (b) when were the reported cameras repaired and (c) for how long has each camera been out of order?

Reply:

(1)(a) There are nine cameras installed at the Boksburg North Police StatioU

(1)(b) Due to the nature of the information that is required, the South Africa U Police Service (SAPS) cannot provide these details. The response w'ilI contain details that may pose a security risk.

(2)(b) The last inspection was on 27 November 2018. All the cameras are in good working condition. Not applicable.

(3)(a)(b)(c) Not applicable.

 

 

09 October 2019 - NW918

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Phillips, Ms C to ask the Minister of Police

How long do the DNA tests from rape kits take before the results are made available to the investigating officer?

Reply:

For a routine case, with one suspect reference sample and one Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit from the victim, it will take 35 calendar days to complete.

For a non-routine case, with multiple suspect reference samples, one Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit and additional exhibits (clothing/bedding) from the victim, it will take 113 calendar days to complete.

On average and with the required resources consistently available, the South African Police Service (SAPS) Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) requires 74 calendar days, taking the above scenarios into consideration.

 

09 October 2019 - NW1013

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Hinana, Mr N to ask the Minister of Police

(1) Whether there are any police reservists stationed at the Boksburg North Police Station; if so, what (a) number of police reservists are stationed at the specified police station and (b)(i) rank, (ii) number of years of service and (iii) number of hours that each reservist work in each month; (2) whether any police officer stationed at the specified police station has been (a) investigated and/or (b) dismissed or prosecuted for any corrupt activities (i) in each of the past three financial years and/or (ii) since 1 April 2019; if so, what are the relevant details in each case; (3) whether the police officers stationed at the police station are rotated regularly to prevent them from getting too relaxed in a specific posting; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

( 1) There are no police reservists, who are stationed at the Boksburg North Police Station.

(1 )(a)(b )(i)(ii)(iii) Not applicable.

(2)(a)(b )(i}(ii) No police officer, stationed at the Boksburg North Police Station has been investigated, dismissed or prosecuted for any corrupt activities, in each of the past three financial years and since, 1 April 2019.

(2) Yes, the police officers stationed at the Boksburg North Police Station are rotated on a regular basis. In terms of the South African Police Service (SAPS), National Instruction, 8 of 2019, Employee Rotation in the SAPS, personnel are rotated at the discretion of the Commander, based on an assessment of operational requirements.

Reply to question 1013 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE\

KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2019-10-01

Reply to question 1013 approved


GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date: 08/10/2019

09 October 2019 - NW957

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Police

What number of (a) vehicles are allocated to the Leondale Police Station for visible policing and (b)(i) policing sectors are within the specified police station and (ii) vehicles are allocated to each sector; (2) what are the details of the crime statistics linked to the specified police station in the three financial years; (3) what number of (a) arrests have been made in terms of the crimes that occur and (b) convictions have been secured in terms of each crime committed?

Reply:

(1)(a)(b)(i)(ii) There is no police station/satellite or service point called “Leondale Police Station", in South Africa. It would be appreciated if the Honourable Member could clarify the name of the police station in question.

(2) Not applicable.

(3)(a)(b) Not applicable.

 

09 October 2019 - NW938

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Sarupen, Mr AN to ask the Minister of Police

(1) Whether there are any police reservists stationed at the Benoni Police Station; if so, what (a) number of police reservists are stationed at the police station and (2) Whether any police officer stationed at the specified police station has been (a) investigated and/or (b) dismissed or prosecuted for any corrupt activities (i) in each of the past three financial years and/or (ii) since 1 April 2019; if so, what are the relevant details in each case; (3)Whether the police officers stationed at the specified police station are rotated regularly as a deterrent for them to get too relaxed in a specific posting; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1)(a) Yes, there are eight active police reservists stationed at the Benoni Police Station.

(1)(b)(i)(ii)(iii)

(i) Rank

Number of

years of service

Mo hours of

work

R/Gonstable

10 years

16 hours

R/Constable

10 years

16 hours

R/Constable

10 years

16 hours

R/Sergeant

23 years

16 hours

R/Sergeant

20 years

16 hours

R/Constable

12 years

16 hours

R/Constable

10 years

16 hours

R/Constable

10 years

16 hours

(2)(a)(b)(i)(ii)

South African Police Service (SAPS) members

(i)

In each of tha past three financial years

(II)

Since 1 April

2019

 

20J 6/2017

2017/2018

2018/20'I9

 

(a) investigated for any corrupt activities

0

0

0

0

(b) dismissed for any corrupt activities

0

0

0

(b) prosecuted for any corrupt actlvllles

0

0

0

0

(3) Yes, the last rotation was done on 2 January 2016, for the Community Service Centre Relief Commander Officers.

 

09 October 2019 - NW946

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Walters, Mr TC to ask the Minister of Police

Whether there are any plans to reopen the Kocksoord Police Station in the Rand West City Local Municipality; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Provincial Commissioner: Gauteng has received a request, in this regard and is in the process of conducting a feasibility study, pertaining to the re-opening of the Kocksoord Satellite Police Station.

 

09 October 2019 - NW941

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Seitlholo, Mr IS to ask the Minister of Police

1) Whether, with reference to Kokomeng Police Station, Greater Taung Local Municipality, North West, which burned down in April 2018, his department intends to refurbish or rebuild the police station, if not why not, (2) whether his department considers having a satellite police station in the interim, if not, why not; (3) what total number of (a) vehicles are there (i) at each station in the municipality and (ii) undergoing maintenance and (b) police officers are at each station and what are their ranks?

Reply:

(1) Kokomeng was never a fully-fledged Police Station, but a Satellite of the Taung Police Station. The Kokomeng Satellite Police Station was intentionally damaged by the community during a service delivery protest and Taung, CAS 111/04/2018, refers. The damage was reported to the Department of Public Works (DPW). The Intention is to reactivate the Satellite, as soon as the DPW has repaired the building.

(2) Currently, there are two vehicles that were allocated to Kokomeng Satellite Police Station, patrolling in the service area of the Kokomeng Satellite Police Station, to deal with and attend to complaints from the community. Due to the absence of a replacement building, the Kokomeng Satellite Police Station will only be reopened when the damaged building is repaired by the DPW.

(3)(a)(i)(ii)

Police Station

Taung

Pudimoe

Kgomotso

Reivilo

(i)

22

14

12

9

(ii)

2

01

07

2

(3)(b)

 

Constable

Sergeant

Warrant Officer

Captain

Lt Colonel

Colonel

Taung

38

24

25

8

2

1

Pudimoe

12

6

17

9

1

0

Kgomotso

23

1

9

1

0

0

Reivilo

18

3

6

1

0

0

Reply to question 941 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE\

KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2019-09-27

Reply to question 941 approved

GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date: 08/10/2019

09 October 2019 - NW900

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Police

What plans has his department put in place to resolve the shortage of police vehicles at (a) Kensington and (b) Elsies River Police Stations in the Western Cape?

Reply:

(a) A total of six new police vehicles have been ordered for the Kensington Police Station, in the 2019/2020 financial year.

(b) A total of four new police \/ehicles have been ordered for the Elsies River Police Station, in the 2019/2020 financial year.

 

09 October 2019 - NW956

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Finance

(1) What has he found to be the reasons of the 10% decline in the 2017-18 unqualified audits without findings in comparison to the percentages of the past 10 years contained in the reports of the Auditor-General; (2) (a) What number of findings were linked to unauthorized, wasteful and fruitless expenditure, (b) what were the amounts in each case, (c)(i) what number of cases were referred to external bodies and (ii) what was the amount in each cases, (d) what number of the cases were referred as remedial cases and (e)(i) what number of these cases were issued with debt certificates and (ii) which government departments were responsible for the findings; (3) What reforms has the National Treasury put in place to mitigate the unauthorized, wasteful and fruitless expenditure?

Reply:

Municipality information

  1. This must be referred to the Office of the Auditor-General for a response.
  2. This must be referred to the Office of the Auditor-General for a response.
  3. With regards to municipalities, the National Treasury in conjunction with the Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG) developed the Municipal Public Accounts (MPAC) Guideline and Toolkit to assist MPACs to perform their oversight and other related responsibilities, which include reviewing and recommending to Council actions or otherwise relating to the expediting and conclusion of unauthorised, irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure (UIF&W) processes. This guideline and toolkit was supported by Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA) Circular 92 which further supports the effective functioning and decision-making of councillors serving on MPACs.

The National and provincial treasuries provided training to councillors serving on the MPAC in consultation with DCoG and South African Local Government Association (SALGA). As at the end of March 2019, the MPAC Guideline and Toolkit have been rolled out and a total of 875 MPAC Councillors and 205 municipal officials have been trained countrywide. Further training was provided to Municipal Disciplinary Board members to enable consequence management processes to be expedited in line with Chapter 15 of the MFMA read together with the Municipal Regulations on Financial Misconduct Procedures and Criminal Proceedings. These are being monitored by national and provincial treasuries for actions and resolutions taken. It should be noted that progress in this area has been slow, as it depends on finalisation of the investigation process.

One of the biggest causes of irregular expenditure relates to non-compliance with Supply Chain Management (SCM) processes and procedures, particularly the awarding of awards to persons in the service of the state which is prohibited in terms of the Municipal Supply Chain Management Regulations. The National Treasury issued MFMA Circular 81, which introduced the Central Suppliers Database that requires all suppliers to be registered on the database. The database interfaces with South African Revenue Services, the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission and government’s payroll system and assists municipalities with some of the necessary verification. The system verifies supplier’s tax and BEE status, and enable public sector officials doing business with the state to be identified. Thus, if used correctly it will assist in reducing incidences where municipalities award contracts to persons in the service of the state, in non-compliance with the SCM Regulations.

Municipalities have also been incorrectly applying SCM Regulation 32, which enables municipalities to procure goods and services under a contract secured by another organ of state, which has also contributed to the irregular expenditure. In July 2019, the National Treasury issued MFMA Circular 96 which provides further elaboration to municipalities on the principles captured in Regulation 32 of the SCM Regulations when procuring goods or services from contracts secured by other organs of state. The correct application will assist in the number of incidences of non-compliance and further reduce the irregular expenditure.

During 2018/19 support was prioritised to the 10 municipalities with the highest UIF&W, making up over R24 billion. The National and provincial treasuries have engaged these municipalities to assist with the processes to address the UIF&W, to identify the root causes and to put measures in place to address the recurrence of the incidences that resulted in the UIF&W.

It should be emphasised that it is the responsibility of municipalities to hold officials and councillors to account for any compliance with the MFMA in keeping with the underlying principles in the legal framework. It is also the responsibility of the municipalities to put measures in place to avoid any non-compliance with the MFMA.

Further detailed actions taken should be addressed to the respective municipal executive and administration.

Departments and public entity information

The graphs below shows a comparative analysis of unqualified audits with no findings of all national and provincial PFMA compliant institutions over a period of five (5) financial years from 2013/2014 to 2017/2018. Information on unqualified audits with no findings for the previous five (5) years from 2013/2014 can be obtained from the Auditor-General for a response.

Decrease in a percentage of unqualified audits with no findings is attributable to areas of non-compliance findings mainly on, material misstatements, unauthorised, irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure, expenditure management, procurement management and consequence management.

 

(2)(a) This information can obtained from the Auditor-General for a response.

(b) The graphs below shows a comparative analysis related to amount of unuathorised, irregular and fruitless and wasteful and expenditure incurred by PFMA compliant institutions at national level from 2013/2014 to 2017/2018. Information related to unuathorised, irregular and fruitless and wasteful and expenditure incurred by PFMA compliant institutions at provincial level can be obtained from the Auditor-General for a response.

 

  1. (i) & (ii) This information can obtained from the Auditor-General for a response.
  2. (i) & (ii) This information can obtained from the Auditor-General for a response.

(3) Section 38(1)(h)(iii) and section 51(1)(e) of the PFMA require accounting officers for departments, trading entities and constitutional institutions and accounting authorities of public entities to take effective and appropriate disciplinary steps against any official who makes or permits fruitless and wasteful expenditure. In terms of section 81(1)(b) and section 83(1)(b) of the PFMA, accounting officers for departments or constitutional institutions and accounting authorities of public entities commit an act of financial misconduct if that accounting officer or accounting authority wilfully or negligently makes or permits a fruitless and wasteful expenditure. Therefore it is the responsibility of accounting officers or accounting authorities to address consequence management and ensure maintenance of proper governance systems in their respective institutions.

In May 2014 and 2015, National Treasury issued the first guidelines on Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful and Unauthorised Expenditure which were aimed at providing accounting officers and accounting authorities with clarity on treatment of those expenditures.

New Frameworks dealing with irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure were further introduced by National Treasury 2019 as Treasury Instructions to give legal effect to the process that must be followed by accounting officers and accounting authorities. These frameworks are aimed at enhancing the understanding, interpretation an application of legislative provisions dealing with these expenditures. Thus far 64 PFMA compliant institutions have been trained on these frameworks. Accounting officers and accounting authorities of national institutions are also required to report to National Treasury and accounting officers and accounting authorities of provincial institutions are required to their respective provincial treasuries on any irregular, unauthorized and fruitless and wasteful expenditure incurred, regular assessments, and determination of losses, criminal conduct and investigations of persons responsible for incurring such expenditures. This report also requires information on the process followed by accounting officers and accounting authorities in dealing with the recovery of any losses incurred, referral of criminal cases and approval process of expenditure free losses or criminal conduct.

09 October 2019 - NW908

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Whitfield, Mr AG to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to his reply to question 383 on 3 September 2019, what number of detectives was employed by SA Police Service (a) at each police station, (b) in each cluster, (c) in the (i) 2014-15, (ii) 2015-16, (iii) 2016-17, (I\/) 2017-18, (v) 2018-19 and

Reply:

(a)(b)(c)(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)(v)(vi)

The number of detectives, employed by the South African Police Service (SAPS) at each police station, in each cluster, in the 2014/2015, 2015/2016, 2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 financial years, in Limpopo, Western Cape, Northern Cape, Eastern Cape, Mpumalanga, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal and North West provinces, is attached as per annexures A and B.

Reply to question 908 recommended/

GENERAL AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

Date: ]g]§ -0§- 2 7

Reply to question 908 approved

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0

0

     

0

0

0

Q

0

0

0

0

0

 

 

0

0

     

o

o

o

2

 

PA

PSA

TOTAL

         

010602

AURAL f'IOTtTH CC

BUTT8RWORTF CC

0:t0604

RFITvIVABA K

0E0606

2

         

circus

GRAAFG-REINET CC

Ot0609

GRAIJAMsTQWf'I CC

nuvusoonr cc

KING WIL\IAMST CC

0

MATATSLS CO

0

MOANTsANE CC

MOTHERW5(L CC

MOUNT AYUFF CC

MOUNT FLETO4ER CC

0

2

0

         

MQALIDU M CC

0

 

ITT ATHA CC

 

PEDDI E CC

2

0

 

POgT AL£TtEo CC

 

POgT Sr JO)JNB CC

0

 

auernsTown cc

0t06\s

U frENHAGE CC

0

010626

WprFrtESEA CC

0

WILLOWMOP8 CC

0

     
     

0

0

     

0

0

2

     

0

0

0

0

     
     

2

2

     

0

2

2

0

0

     

0

0

     
     

0

0

     

0

0

0

0

     

0

0

PA

PSA

TOTAt

     

     

0

0

0

0

     

0

0

0

0

1

4

3

0

0

PA

PSA

TOTAL

     

     

0

     

0

2

0

0

0

   
   
   

   
   
   

   
   
   

   
   
   

8*

.

   
   
   
 
 
 
 
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               

,3

9

8

o i

. 3

X*

1816

       
 

BETHLEHEM CC

     
 

BULFONTEIN CC

     
       

         
         
         

0

MAFIGENI CC

2

0

010B09

eAn«aoAo cc

0

PHuTBADmFiAaA cc

0

MMDEfA CC

0

mwu

SELOSESHA CC

0

SMTThFIELO CC

7 IABOf'IG CC

TgOMP6BU RG W

         

     
     

1

A

 
     

     
     
     

0

0

     

1

PA

g5A

TOTAL

     

Q

o

p

     

     
     
     

0

     

0

     
     

o

o

o

     

o ‘

     
     
     

0

0

0

     

0

     
     
     
     

       
       
     

2

0

     

0

     
     

0

o

0

     

     
     
     

0

2

0

     

16 6

 

PA

f'gA

TOTAL

         

ETNEMILII IFINER•S Cc

HEMILII CENT\A L CC

0

etvir4NeeNi cc

0

0z0906

RIf'IG CET\HWAYO E

0

         

 

0E09os

 

 

2

         

HARRY GWALA DC

0

OH 13

I L5M8E CC

UMITFIANYAKLIDE CC

UTNUCRLA cc

MARGATE CC

AMAJU BA CC

ETHEItWI f'II OUTEfI-N CC

UMGUSGU NDLOVO S CC

010920

ETNEMINI If'IN•OLrf CC

PMSJSLAER CC

01n922

uGu CC

010923

zurvmno cc

EN+4CMTf'II OUTER-5 CC

01tT925

VRYHEID CC

     
     

0

     

2

     

PA

PHA

YOTAL

     

2

     

     

0

0

2

0

     
     

0

     

     

0

0

 

0

0

0

PA

PHA

TOTAL

     

     

     

PA

PSA

TOTAL

     

2

     

0

2

     

0

0

     

0

2

0

     
     
     
     
     

09 October 2019 - NW837

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

(1) With regard to SA Police Service (SAPS) 13-Store where all evidence is kept, what (a) number of items/exhibits (i) went missing, (ii) were tampered with and/or (iii) returned by forensics at the Edenvale Police Station (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2019 and (b) items went missing in each case; (2) What (a) is the name of the police officer who was responsible for the SAPS 13 when each of the above incidents took place and (b) action was taken against the specified person(s) in each case; (3) Whether the police officer who was in charge of SAPS 13 in each case passed all the necessary courses in order to be in charge of SAPS 13; if not, (a) why not and \b) how were they allowed to be in charge of SAPS 13 without passing the necessary courses?

Reply:

(1)(a)(i)(ii)(iii)(aa)(bb)(b)(1)(a)(i)(ii)(iii)(aa)(bb)(b)

 

(aa) 2016/2017

(aa) 2017/2018

(aa) 2018/2019

(bb)

Since 1 April

2019

(1

/a)(i) Missing

0

0

1

0

(1

(a)(ii) Tampered with

0

0

1

0

1

(a)(N) Returned by Forensics

0

0

0

0

(1)(b) The exhibit that was tampered with, in 2018/2019, was suspected narcotics. A criminal case was opened and it is being investigated, as per Edenvale, CAS 247/09/2019.

The item that went missing, in 2018/2019, was a cellular telephone. A criminal case was registered and it is being investigated, as per Edenvale, CAS 215/01/2019.

(2)(a) Sergeant AC Tokwana.

(2) (b) Criminal and departmental cases, which are still under investigation, were opened.

09 October 2019 - NW934

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Hill-Lewis, Mr GG to ask the Minister of Finance

(1) What (a) is the total amount of sovereign-guaranteed debt that was raised for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP), (b) was the coupon and duration of the bonds and (c) amount has been paid on the bonds (i) in each of the past five financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2019; (2) Whether any new bonds have been raised in order to roll over the credit on the original bonds; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) What has he found to be the impact of low revenue collection on (a) the credit rating of the SA National Roads Agency and (b) the interest rate of raising a further bond; (4)(a) What are the details of the National Treasury’s proposed financing model for the second phase of the GFIP and (b) by what date will additional bonds be raised in this regard?

Reply:

  1. (a), (b), (c) (i) and (ii),

SANRAL does not report their guarantee usage in terms of drawdowns on a project basis and as such, the only amount available is the total guaranteed debt of SANRAL, which represents exposure for government. As at 31 March 2019, this amount was R39.5 billion, which includes accrued interest and revaluations on inflation linked debt.

2. Yes, new bonds have been issued in the 2019/20 financial year. All bonds that have been issued in the 2019/20 financial year were issued under the R31.9 billion guaranteed Domestic Medium-Term Note. These were issued through private placements

The first issuance was a floating rate note (HWF11 bond) and was issued on 15 July 2019 amounting to R2 billion (nominal). The bond has a maturity date of 15 July 2022 and has interest payments linked to the 3-month JIBAR that is paid quarterly and a margin of 147 basis points over the JIBAR rate. This was a new note.

The second bond issuance was the HWAY35 bond on 15 July 2019 amounting R200 million of which the HWAY35 was an existing bond introduced initially in 2010. The bond has a maturity date of 31 July 2035. The bond has a fixed coupon rate of 9.25% per annum payable semi-annually in arrears.

The third bond issuance was on 29 July 2019 and was a floating rate note/bond (HWF12 bond) that has a maturity date of 29 July 2022. Amounts raised through this issuance was R1.650 billion. The interest payments are linked to the 3-month JIBAR and are paid quarterly. The interest is paid at JIBAR plus a margin of 147 basis points. This was a new note.

The fourth bond issuance was also on 29 July 2019 and was an issuance amount of R150 million related on the HWAY35 fixed rate bond (the details of the bond are as above).

3. (a),

At this point the full impact of the low revenue collection is unknown and it will become clear once the audited financial results are made public. However, the loss in income due to GFIP in 2017/18 had to be covered through the fiscus by an amount of R463 million. In terms of the impact on SANRAL’s credit rating, the entity’s rating agency has a better understanding of what the impact of lower toll collections will be and will consider other variables.

(b),

It is difficult to attribute the cost of funding or SANRAL’s interest rates to one variable or factor. However, what National Treasury has established is that SANRAL, similar to other state-owned entities have been borrowing at higher interest rates relative to their peers. For instance, SANRAL’s recent issuances have been at higher interest rates compared to corporates with similar credit ratings. As an illustration, corporates with similar credit ratings to SANRAL (i.e. AAA credit rating by Moody’s) who have issued floating rate bonds with similar tenures (3 years) have been borrowing at 3 months JIBAR and spreads of between 100 basis points and 145 basis points with no Government guarantee. However, SANRAL on the back of a Sovereign guarantee or Government guarantee borrowed at 3 months JIBAR and a spread of 147 basis points. What is clear is that the cost of funding is high relative to corporates but it is unclear if this relates to the low toll collections.

4. (a) and (b)

Government officials together with SANRAL are engaging on the model for GFIP and tolling as a whole. Various options are being considered and will be communicated by the relevant officials. That includes the funding model.

09 October 2019 - NW939

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Sarupen, Mr AN to ask the Minister of Police

Whether there are any police reservists stationed at the Actonville Police Station; if so, what (a) number of police reservists are stationed at the police station and (b) is the (i) rank, (ii) number of years of service and (iii) monthly hours of work of each reservist; (2) Whether any police officer stationed at the specified police station has been (a) investigated and/or (b) dismissed or prosecuted for any corrupt activities (i) in each of the past three financial years and/or (ii) since 1 April 2019; if so, what are the relevant details in each case (3) Whether the police officers stationed at the specified police station are rotated regularly as a deterrent for them to get too relaxed in a specific posting, if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1)(a) Yes, there are nine police reservists are stationed at the Actonville Police Station.

(b)(i)(ii)(iii)

(t)

Rank

(ii)

Number of years of service

(iii)

Monthly hours of work

R/Sergeant

18 Years

16 Hours

R/Constable

11 Years

16 Hours

R/Constable

11 Years

16 Hours

R/Constable

11 Years

16 Hours

R/Constable

11 Years

16 Hours

R/Constable

12 Years

16 Hours

R/Constable

3 Years

16 Hours

R/Constable

3 Years

16 Hours

R/Constable

3Years

16 Hours

(2)(a)(b)(i)(ii)

South African Police Service (SAPS) members

(')

In each of the past three financial years

Since 1

A f'iI 2019

 

2016/2017

2017/2018

2018/2019

 

(a) Investigated for any

corrupt activities

0

*1

0

0

(b) Dlsmissed for any

corrupt activities

0

(b) Prosecuted for any

corrupt activlties

0

0

0

‘The details of the case that is being investigated, is as follows:

Case number

Charge

Outcome

Actonville, CAS 10/08/2017

Corruption

Under investigation

(3) Yes, the last rotation was done on 1 November 2018, for the Community Service Centre Relief Officers.

Reply to question 939 recommended

CO

LE (SOEG)

GENERAL UTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

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09 October 2019 - NW952

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Schreiber, Dr LA to ask the Minister of Finance

With reference to the reply of the Minister of Small Business Development to question 128 on 14 August 2019, (a) what is the breakdown of the current Rand value of invoices older than 30 days that are not paid by each provincial government and (b) which provincial department is the worst offender in each case?

Reply:

  1. Table 1 below provides for the total Rand value of invoices older than 30 days and not paid at the end of March 2019 by provincial government departments which amounts to R 6.5 billion. The total Rand value of invoices older than 30 days and not paid for the period April 2019 to June 2019 (quarter 1) amounts to R4.2 billion.

Table 1: Breakdown of Rand value of invoices older than 30 days and not paid by provincial government departments

No.

Provincial Government

Rand Value of invoices

Rand value of invoices

   

Financial year

2018/2019

Quarter 1

2019/2020

1.

Gauteng Provincial Government

R 2,594,175,217

R 1,569,850,293

2.

Eastern Cape Provincial Government

R 2,106,056,624

R 1,801,248,512

3.

North West Provincial Government

R 425,920,679

R 334,279,273

4.

Northern Cape Provincial Government

R 383,727,433

R 3,017,092

5.

Free State Provincial Government

R 363,567,669

R 376,196,410

6.

Limpopo Provincial Government

R 253,168,817

R 22,928,479

7.

Mpumalanga Provincial Government

R 251,872,232

R 66,474,435

8.

KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government

R 149,830,770

R 106,337,570

9.

Western Cape Provincial Government

R 240,497

R 495,083

 

TOTAL

R 6,528,559,938

R 4,280,827,148

  1. Table 2 below provides information related to the worst offender with regards to the Rand value of invoices older than 30 days and not paid with the department of Health recorded as the worst offender in 8 provincial government.

Table 2: Worst offenders with regards to Rand value of invoices older than 30 days and not paid by provincial departments.

No.

Provincial Government

Worst Performing Department

Rand Value of invoices

Rand Value of invoices

     

Financial Year 2018/2019

Quarter 1

2019/2020

1.

Gauteng Provincial Government

Health

R 2,511,355,983

R 1,398,653,153

2.

Eastern Cape Provincial Government

Health

R 2,099,576,206

R 1,786,003,732

3.

North West Provincial Government

Health

R 372,225,614

R 310,045,484

4.

North Cape Provincial Government

Health

R 366,823,789

R 2,724,850

5.

Free State Provincial Government

Health

R 328,806,217

R 354,418,156

6.

Limpopo Provincial Government

Health

R 228,412,055

R 19,694,056

7.

Mpumalanga Provincial Government

Health

R 251,872,232

R 66,474,435

8.

KZN Provincial Government

Public Works

R 59,287,827

Not reported as worst offender

   

Education

R 50,063,864

Not reported as worst offender

   

Health

R 30,619,310

R 74,545,388

9.

Western Cape Provincial Government

Education

R 240,497

Not reported as worst offender

   

Health

Not reported as worst offender

R 472,921

09 October 2019 - NW851

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Terblanche, Mr OS to ask the Minister of Police

(1) What is the protocol with regard to police stations having cameras in the (a) customer care centre/charge office, (b) cells and (c) any other part of the police station; (2) How often are the cameras inspected in order to ensure they are in proper working condition?

Reply:

(1)(a)(b)(c) There are no specific, formalised and approved prescripts, relating to the use of closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras in client service centres, cells or any other part of police stations.

(2) A contract has been drafted that includes maintenance and prescribes the formal inspection of CCTV cameras every six months, for systems which will be installed and maintained, in accordance with the contract, once the contract is established.

 

09 October 2019 - NW906

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Whitfield, Mr AG to ask the Minister of Police

What number of (a) SA Police Service (SAPS) members were found guilty of criminal charges since 1 January 2009, (b) of what specified crimes were they found guilty of in each case and (c) of the specified members are still employed by SAPS‘?

Reply:

The information that is required is not readily available and must be verified before it can be submitted. A request is made for an extension of six weeks, in order to provide the correct information.

 

09 October 2019 - NW835

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Police

What number of (a) sectors does each police station in the Republic have and (b) the specified police stations do not possess at least two vehicles per sector for sector policing in line with national norms and standards?

Reply:

a. A total of 858 police stations were identified for the implementation of Sector Policing. The number of sectors varies in respect of the size of the policing precinct. A minimum of two sectors, per police station, is required according to the minimum criteria for implementation of sector policing. A list of pollce stations and the number of sectors, per police station, is attached as Annexure

b. A total of 130, of the 658 police stations mentioned in paragraph (a), do not have the minimum requirement of at least two vehicles, per sector. A list of police stations with less than the precribed two vehicles, per sector, is attached as Annexure B.

 

 

 

Reply for question 835 approved/no p ed

EASTERN CAPE PROVINCE

CLUSTERS

     

ALICE

Alice

4

2

 

Balfour

 
 

Chungwa

2

 

Fort Beaufort

4

 

Mlddledrift

:

 

Kelskammahoek

4

 

Seymour

2

ALIWAL NORTH

Aliwal North

2

 

Burgersdorp

 

Jamestown

2

 

Maletswai

4

 

PalmleWonteln

2

 

Phumalanga

2

 

Sterkspruit

4

 

Steynsburg

4

 

Venterstad

4

BUTTERWORTH

Butterworth

4

 

Centane

5

 

Dutywa

3

 

Msobomvu

2

 

Nqamakwe

4

 

Elliotdale

Wlllowvale

3

   

COFIMVABA

Bholotwa

4

 

Coflmvaba

6

 

Cala

4

 

Dalasile

3

 

Ngcobo

2

 

Tsomo

4

CRADOCK

Adelalde

3

 

Bedford

2

 

Cookhouse

3

 

Cradock

4

 

Hofmeyr

 

Mlddelburg (EC)

3

 

Tarkastad

2

EAST LONDON

Beacon Bay

4

 

Buffalo Flats

2

 

Chalumna

2

 

Duncan Vlllage

2

 

East London

 

Gonubie

3

 

Kidds Beach

4

 

Scenery Park

3

ELLIOT

Barkley East

 

Dordrecht

 

Elliot

 

lndwe

 

Maclean

3

 

Ugle

4

GRAAFF-REINET

Aberdeen

2

 

Graaff-Reinet

3

 

Jansenvllle

2

 

Pearston

2

 

Somerset East

Grahamstown

2

4

 

Joza

4

 

Wlllowmore

2

 

Peddie

2

HUMANSDORP

|Hankey

 

Humansdorp

 

Jeffery’s Bay

 

Joubertlna

 

Kareedouw

2

 

Patensie

3

 

Stoms River

2

 

Thornhill

2

 

,St Francis Bay

2

KING WILLIAMSTOWN

'Bhisho

3

 

Dimbaza

2

 

Kei Road

4

 

King William's Town

4

 

Ndevana

2

 

Punzana

 

Steve Vukile Tshwete

2

 

Stutterhelm

2

 

Tamara

2

 

Zele

4

 

|ZwaIltsha

4

MDANTSANE

|BerIIn

 

Cambridge

5

 

Inylbiba

2

 

Komga

2

 

Vulindlela

4

 

Mdantsane

4

 

Vulindlela

4

MOTHERWELL

|IkamveIihIe

2

 

Kinkelbos

2

 

Kwadwesi

5

 

Kwazakele

6

 

Motherwell

3

 

New Brighton

2

 

Swartkops

2

 

Pa(arson

2

MOUNT AYLIFF

Mblzana

2

 

Kwandengane

4

 

Mount Ayliff

4

 

Mount Frere

2

 

Mplsl

2

 

Ntabankulu

4

 

Mzamba

4

MOUNT FLETCHER

Afsondering

 

Avondale

2

 

Katkop

2

 

Lukholwenl

2

 

Malutl

2

 

Matatiele

2

 

Zamuxolo

4

 

Mount Fletcher

2

 

Tabase

2

MOUNT ROAD

Algoapark

4

 

Bethelsdorp

5

 

Gelvandale

3

 

Humewood

4

 

Walmer

 
 

Kabega Park

5

 

Mount Road

5

 

Tsolo

 

Kwaaiman

3

,

,

MTHATHA

Mqandull

2

 

lBbi

Coffee Bay

 

2

     

2

 

Llbode

3

 

Madeira

8

 

Mthatha

 

Ngangalizwe

2

 

Ngqeleni

2

 

Qumbu

 

Sulenkama

2

 

Thlna Falls

2

PORT ALFRED

Alexandria

 

Bathurst

 

Kenton On Sea

2

 

Nemato

4

 

Port Alfred

2

PORT ST JOHNS

Flagstaff

 

 

Hlababomvu

4

 

Lusikislki

4

 

Mtontsasa

2

 

Port St Johns

4

QUEENSTOWN

Cathcart

2

 

Ezibeleni

4

 

Glon Grey

2

 

hinge

2

 

Lady Frere

3

 

Mlungisl

2

 

Molteno

 

Ntabethemba

4

 

Queenstown

2

 

Sterkstroom

 

Whlklesaa

4

UITENHAGE

Addo

2

 

Despatch

 

Kamesh

 

Kirkwood

Kwanobuhla

4

2

 

Steytlerville

3

 

Ultenhage

3

TOTAL

   

FREE STATE PROVINCE

CLUSTERS

       

FICKSBURG

Arlington

 
 

Bethlehem

4

 

Clarens

3

 

Fourlesburg

2

 

Lindley

2

 

Paul Roux

2

 

Petrus Steyn

 

Reitz

 

Tweellng

2

 

Clocolan

MANGAUNG

FicNsburg

2

 

Ladybrand

2

 

M u d

Rosendal

2

2

 

Senekal

2

 

Batho

2

KROONSTAD

Bloemsprult

5

 

Brandfort

3

 

Heldedal

5

 

Kagisanong

7

 

Kopanong

4

 

Mangaung

4

 

Reddersburg

3

 

Verkeerdevlei

2

 

Edenville

2

PARK ROAD

Poppies

 

Kroonstad

4

 

Maokeng

4

 

Steynsrus

2

 

Vlljoenskroon

3

 

Vredefort

2

 

Bainsvlel

PHUTHADITJABA

Bayswater

3

 

Boshof

2

 

Dealesville

3

 

Navalslg

 

Park Road

6

 

Petrusburg

 
 

Soutpan

 

Hamsmlth

4

SELOSESHA

Kestell

2

 

Makwane

 

Memet

 

Namahadi

4

 

Phuthaditjhaba

 

Tsekl

 

Tseseng

4

 

Warden

 

Vrede

 

Boithuso

4

SMITHFIELD

Botshabelo

4

 

Excelslor

 

Hobhouse

2

 

Salosasha

4

 

Thaba-Nchu

 

Tweespruit

2

 

Bethulle

5

 

Dawetsdorp

2

THABONG

Gariepdam

2

 

Rouwille

2

 

Smithfield

2

 

Van Stadansrus

2

 

Wepener

2

 

Zastron

3

 

Bronvllle

 

Hennenman

2

 

Meloding

4

 

Thabong

4

 

Theunlssen

 

Ventersburg

2

 

Virginia

 

Winburg

2

TROMP SBURG

Edenburg

 

Fauresmith

2

 

Jacobsdal

 

Jagersfonteln

2

 

Kofflefontein

5

   

2

 

Phllippolis

2

 

Springfontein

2

 

Trompsburg

WELKOM

Allanridse

2

 

Bothaville

4

 

Bultfontein

2

 

Hertzogvllle

2

 

Hoopstad

2

 

Odendaalsrus

4

 

Welkom

6

 

Wesselsbron

ZAMDELA

Cornella

2

 

Deneysville

2

6

 

Hellbron

 
 

Mafuba

3

 

Oran]eville

2

 

Tumahole

3

 

Parys

2

 

Sasolburg

4

 

Zamdela

5

 

Villiers

3

TOTAL

   

GAUTENG PROVINCE

CLUSTERS

EKURHULENI CENTRAL

Actonville

4

 

Benonl

4

 

Brakpan

4

 

Boksburg

4

 

Boksburg North

4

 

Crystal Park

4

 

Daveyton

4

 

Dawn Park

4

 

IEtwatwa

 
 

Putfontein

2

 

,Raiger Park

 

’Devon

 

Duduza

2

 

Dunnotar

 

Heidelberg

5

 

Kwa-Thema

 

Nigel

2

 

Ratanda

 

Springs

4

 

Tsakane

3

 

Edanvale

4

 

Ivory Park

4

 

Kempton Park

4

 

Norkem Park

2

 

Ollfantsfonteln

4

 

Rabie Rldge

2

 

Sebenza

4

 

Tembisa

3

 

Temblsa South

 

'Alberton

 

Bedfordview

3

 

Brackendowns

4

 

Eden Park

3

 

Elsbarg

5

 

Germiston

4

 

Katlehong

4

 

Katlehong North

3

 

Primrose

4

 

Tokoza

5

 

Vosloorus

3

 

Zonklzlzwe

JHB CENTRAL

Booysens

3

 

Bnxton

2

 

Falklands

8

 

Jhb Central

2

 

Langlaagte

 

Moffatvlew

 

Mondeor

 

Saphlatown

4

 

Cleveland

8

 

Hillbrow

4

 

Jeppe

4

 

Norwood

4

 

Parkview

2

 

Rosebank

 

Yeoville

4

 

Alexandra

4

 

Bramley

5

 

Mldrand

2

 

Sandringham

4

 

Sandlon

2

 

Diepsloot

4

 

Douglasdale

2

 

Florida

4

 

Honeydew

4

 

Llnden

3

 

Randburg

4

 

Roodepoort

4

     
 

Eldorado Park

4

 

Kliptown

5

 

Meadowlands

5

 

Orlando

5

 

Dobsonville

4

 

Ennerdale

4

 

Jabulani

4

 

Lenasia

3

 

Lenasia South

4

 

Moroka

3

 

Naledl

4

 

Protea Glen

2

SEDI8ENG

Bolpatong

3

 

Oe Deur

4

 

Evaton

 

Kllprlvier

3

 

Meyerton

4

 

Orange Farms

4

 

Sebokeng

5

 

Sharpvilla

2

 

The Barrage

2

 

Vaal Marina

7

 

Vanderbijl Park

6

 

Vereeniging

4

,

TSHWANE

Brooklyn

4

 

Garsfonteln

 

Lyhleton

4

 

Pretoria Moot

6

 

Sllverton

3

 

Sunnyside

4

 

Villieria

Boschko9

4

4

 

Bronkhorspruit

3

 

Cullinan

 

Eesterus(

4

 

Ekangala

4

 

Kameeldrlft

4

 

Mamelodl Mamelodi East

4

4

 

Slnoville

5

 

Walbekend

2

     
 

Duba

4

 

Ga-Rankuwa

 

Hammanskraal

4

 

Loate

4

 

Mabopane

5

 

Pretoria North

3

 

Rietgat

 

S han v

Temba

   

 

Atteridgeville

4

 

Erasmia

 

Harcules

3

 

Laudium

4

 

Ollevenhoutsbosch

 

Pretoria Central

3

 

Pretoria West

2

 

Wlerdabrug

2

 

Wonderboom

3

WEST RAND

Bekkarsdal

2

 

Carletonvllle

2

 

Fochville

6

 

HekpooA

9

     
 

Krugersdorp

2

 

Khutsong

 

Magaliasberg

 

Muldersdrift

4

 

Randfontein

2

 

Tarlton

2

 

Wadela

2

 

Westonaria

2

TOTAL

   

KWAZULU NATAL PROVINCE

CLUSTERS

     

Newcastle

6

 

lngogo

2

 

Groenvlel

2

 

Madadeni

2

 

Oslzweni

2

=

Utrecht

 

Normandlen

 

Kingsley

2

 

Hattingspruit

2

 

Dannhauser

2

ETHEKWINI CENTRAL

Durban Central

8

 

Polnt

 
 

Beraa

2

 

Mayville-Kzn

2

 

Sydenham

4

 

Cato Manor

2

 

|UmbIIo

2

ETHEKWINI INNER NORTH

Inanda

7

 

Kwamashu E

2

 

Newlands East

2

 

Greenwood Park

3

 

Ntuzuma

ETHEKWINI OUTER NORTH

Phoenix

8

 

Verulam

4

 

Tongaat

4

 

/Durban North

3

ETHEKWINI INNER SOUTH

Brighton Beach

2

 

Wentworth

2

 

Montclair

2

 

Chatsworth

 
 

Bayvlew

 

Lamontvllla

 

Mariannhill

 

Kwandengezi

2

 

Malvern

2

 

Betfair

ETHEKWINI OUTER SOUTH

Umlazi

4

 

Amanzimtoti

4

 

Umbumbulu

3

 

Folweni

 

Bheklthemba

 

Isiplngo

2

 

Umkomaas

3

ETHEKWINI INNER AND OUTER WEST

Pinetown

3

 

Mpumalanga Kzn

4

 

Hammarsdale

 

Inchanga

2

 

Kwadabeka

2

 

Westville

2

HARRY GWALA

Kokstad

4

 

Evatt

2

 

Swartberg

2

 

Franklin

2

 

Gowan Lea

2

 

Intslkanl

2

 

lblsl

2

 

Donnybrook

2

 

Crelghton

2

 

Highflats

2

 

Umzimkhulu

2

 

Ixopo

2

 

Bulwer

4

 

Hlmevllle

2

 

Kwadukuza

4

 

Nyonl

2

,

ILEMBE

Sundumbili

2

 

Mandini

2

 

Newark

2

 

Glendale

2

 

Umhlall

2

 

Maphumulo

2

 

Nsuze

2

 

Ndwadwe

3

UGU

Port Shepstone

 

Mehlomnyama

 

Southport

2

 

St Falths

2

 

Hlbberdene

2

 

Mslnslnl

2

 

Scottburgh

2

 

Dududu

 

Sawotl

2

 

Umzinto

2

 

Margate

5

 

Port Edward

2

 

Gamalakhe

2

 

Harding

 

Paddock

2

 

Ezlnqoleni

UMGUNGUNDLOVU NORTH

Howick

2

 

lmpendle

2

 

Boston

2

 

Nottingham Road

2

 

Mpophomenl

2

 

Mountaln Rise

4

 

Blshopstowe

 

Wartbura

4

 

Herburg

2

 

Dalton

2

 

New Hanover

2

 

Cramond

2

 

Moot Rlver

2

UMGUNGUNDLOVU SOUTH

Pletermaritzburg

3

 

Hilton-Kzn

2

 

Town Hill

2

 

Alexandra Road

3

 

Prestbury

2

 

Camperdown

2

 

Plessislaer

 

Thornville

2

 

Taylors Halt

2

 

Richmond-Kzn

2

 

Mld IIIovo

2

UMKHANYAKUDE

Kwamsane

2

 

Mtubatuba

3

 

Hluhluwe

2

 

Jozini

 

lngwavuma

2

 

Emanguzi

2

 

Mkhuze

 

Mbazwana

2

 

Ndumo

2

 

Hlablsa

 

Ezibayeni

 

Dundae

,

UMZINYATHI

UTHUKELA

UTHUNGULU

ZULULAND

TOTAL

Mn a

Glencoe 2

Helpmekaar 2

Nhlanhleni

Kranskop 2

Nquthu 2

Nondwenl 2

Rietvlel 2

Ematlmatolo 2

Ladysmith

Ezakheni

Bargvllle 2

Van Reenen 2

Besters 2

Ekuvukeni 2

Elandslaagte 2

Estcourt 2

Amangwe 2

Ntabamhlope 2

Wembezi 2

Colenso 2

Eshowe 4

Ekombe 2

Nkandla

Melmoth 2

Mbongolwane 2

Glnglndlovu 3

Empangenl 4

Esikhaleni 3

Mtunzini 2

Ntambanana 2

Richards Bay 5

Kwambonambt 4

Ulundi 2

Ceza 2

Mahlabathinl 2

Babanango 2

Nongoma 4

Louwsburg 2

Ngome 2

Pongola 2

Magudu 2

Vryheld 2

Paulpietersburg 2

Mondlo 2

Hlobane

GIYANI

GLUSTERS

LIMPOPO PROVINCE

LEBOWAKGOMO

MAHWELERENG

Polokwane 6

Mokopane 4

Maake 2

Seshago 7

Thohoyandou 8

Tzaneen

TOTAL

CkUGiER8

ACORNHOEK

ERMELO

KWAMHLANOA

MIODELBURG

PIENAAR

PIET RETIEF

SECUNDA

STANDERTON

TONOA

WITBANK

MPUMALANOA PROVINCE

4 ”

EkAwalinl

fAname6ake 3

TOW 3

Handdne

t@Mud

Plat Retlef

Embalms+Ie BNfour Td Stw›dahon

Mdels‹a

Voemsn

Wkbaf4t

TOTAL •

NORTh WEST PROVINCE

CLUSTERS

 

Klerhsdorp

     

6

 

}HartbeesfonteIn

     

2

 

Jouberton

     

3

 

Kanana

     

2

 

Khuma

     

2

KLERKSDORP

Orkney

     

2

 

Stllfonteln

     

2

 

Potchefstroom

     

3

 

lkageng

     

4

 

Ventersdorp

     

2

 

Wolmaransstad

     

3

 

Llchtenburg

     

3

 

Atametang

     

4

 

Delareyville

     

3

MAHIKENG

ltsoseng

     

3

 

Mahlkeng

     

5

 

Lomarfyaneng

     

2

 

Makgobistad

     

3

 

Mmabatho

     

3

 

Pudimoe

     

2

 

Taung

 

 

4

PUDIMOE

Schwelzer Reneke

     

2

 

Ipelegeng

     

2

 

Bloemhof

     

4

RUSTENBURG

Rustenburg

     

6

 

Marlkana

     

2

 

Koster

     

2

 

,Mogwase

     

4

 

Phokeng

     

2

 

Sun City

     

2

 

Tlhabane

     

S

 

Lethabong

     

2

 

Boitekong

     

4

VRYBURG

Vryburg

     

3

 

Ganyesa

     

4

 

Huhudi

     

4

 

Madibogo

     

4

 

Zeerust

     

4

 

Lehurutshe

     

4

ZEERUST

Madihwe

   

 

2

 

Motswedi

     

3

 

Swartruggens

     

2

TOTAL

NORTHEN CAPE PROVINCE CLUSTERS

Carnarvon Brltatown Colesbe B De Aar Hanover Kuyasa Noupoort Petrusville Phllipstown

PIXLEY KA SEME Richmond

Sunrise Vlctoria West

 

5

2

2

3

2

*

 

Hopetown

 

Strydenburg

2

 

Douglas

 

Campbell

 

Grlekwastad

 
 

Marydale

 

Prieska

FRANCIS BAARDT

Barkly West

4

 

Del@ortshoop

4

 

Galeshewe

 

Kagisho

2

 

Roodepan

4

 

Hartswater

3

 

Jan Kempdorp

 

Pampierstat

3

 

Warrenton

3

 

Windsorton

4

 

Kimberley

5

 

Modderrivier

2

NAMAKWA

Pofadder

2

 

Alexander Bay

2

 

Port Nolloth

2

 

Garies

2

 

Kamieskroon

2

 

Komajjgas

2

 

Nababeep

5

 

Springbok

2

 

Stelnkopf

2

 

Brandvlel

2

 

Calvlnla

3

 

Fraserburg

2

 

Loerlesfonteln

2

 
 

Nleuwoudtville

2

 
 

Sutherland

2

 

Wllllston

2

JOHN TAOLO GAETSWE

Batlharos

 

Bothltong

2

 

Deben

 

Dingleton

2

 

Hauningvlei

2

 

Kathu

 

Kuruman

4

 

Mothibistad

 

Ollfantshoek

 

Tsineng

 

Wranchvtlle

3

 

Augrables

2

ZF MGCAWU

Kakamas

2

 

Kelmoes

2

 

Kenhardt

2

 

Danielskuil

4

 

Llme Acres

2

 

Postmasburg

4

 

Groblershoop

2

 

ftanoneiland

2

 

Pabalello

3

 

Rosedale

4

 

in ton

 

TOTAL

   

WETSERN CAPE PROVINCE

CLUSTERS

       

BEAUFORT WEST

Beaufort West

3

 

Leeu-Gamka

 

Laingsburg

2

TYGERBERG

Bellville

3

 

Bothasig

2

 

Goodwood

3

 

Parow

3

 

Brackenfell

Durbanvllle

4

   

4

 

Kraalfontein

6

OVERBERG

Caledon

 

Grabouw

4

 

Riviersonderend

2

 

Bredasdorp

 

Gans Bay

2

 

Hermanus

 

Stanford

2

 

Struisbaai

2

CAPE TOWN CENTRAL

Camps Bay

2

 

Cape Town Central

6

 

Kensington

2

 

Maitland

2

 

Pinelands

2

 

Sea Point

3

 

Table Bay Harbour

2

 

Woodstock

4’

 

Langa

DA GAMASKOP

Albertlnla

2

 

Da Gamaskop

 

Kwanongaba

 

Mossel Bay

 

Riversdale

 

Suurbraak

2

 

Swallendam

BLUE DOWNS

Belhar

2

 

Bellvllle South

 

Delft

4

 

Ravensmead

4

 

Kleinvlei

4

 

Kullsrlvler

4

 

Mfulenl

3

EDEN

Conville

 

Gaorge

6

 

Knysna

6

 

Kwanokuthula

3

 

Pacaltsdorp

 

Plettenberg Bay

4

 

Thembalethu

 

Calitzdorp

2

 

De Rust

2

 

Ladismlth

 

Oudtshoorn

4

KHAYELITSHA

Gordons Bay

2

 

Harare

4

 

Khayelltsha

6

 

Lingelethu-West

 
 

Lwandle

 

Macassar

2

 

Somerset West

3

 

Strand

3

MILNERTON

Atlantis

4

 

Mllnerton

4

 

Table View

 

Malmesbury

2 ’

 

Philadelphia

2

 

Darling

2

 

Moorreesburg

MITCHELLS PLAIN

Lentegeur

 

Mitchells Plain

9

 

Strand(ontein

2

 

Grassy Park

4

 

Steenberg

4

 

Phili}sgi

3

 

Lansdowne

 

Athlone

NYANGA

Gugulethu

 

Manenberg

 

Nyanga

4

 

Phillppi East

2

 

Bishop Lavis

3

 

Samora Macheel

2

 

Elsies River

4

WINELANDS

Wellington

4

 

Cloetesville

2

 

Franschhoek

2

 

Groot-Drakenstein

2

 

Klapmuts

2

 

Stellenbosch

4

 

Mbekweni

2

 

Paarl East

4

 

Paarl

4

VREDENBURG

Hopefield

2

 

Plketberg

B

 

Saldanha

3

 

Vradenburg

4

 

Porterville

2

VREDENDAL

Clanwllllam

2

 

Vredendal

3

WORCESTER

Ashton

 

Bonnievale

2

 

De Dooms

 
 

Mcgregor

2

 

Montagu

 

Rawsonville

2

 

Robertson

4

 

Touws River

2

 

Worcester

g

 

Ceres

4

 

Prince Alfred Hamlet

2

 

Saron

2

 

Tulbagh

3

 

Wolseley

2

WYNBERG

Dleprivler

2

 

Klrstenhof

2

 

Wynberg

5

 

Claremont

4

 

Mowbray

2

 

Flsh Hoek

2

 

Hout Bay

2

3

TOTA

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FREE STATE PROVINCE

CLUSTERS