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27 August 2020 - NW1335

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Julius, Mr J to ask the Minister of Police

What total number of (a) arrests did the SA Police Service make for illegal invasions of land owned by the State and (b) the specified arrests resulted in prosecution in each (i) province and (ii) of the past five financial years?

Reply:

(a)(b)(i) and (ii)

The crime, which is registered when an illegal invasion of land occurs, is "trespassing”. The South African Police Service (SAPS) systems do not contain information on whether the trespassing occurred on a private or state owned land. Therefore, the information, which is requested in this question, cannot be provided.

Reply to question 1335 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/08/13

Reply to question 1335 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 26/08/2020

27 August 2020 - NW1582

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Whitfield, Mr AG to ask the Minister of Police

What number of DNA samples received from (i) D1 Adult Sexual Assault Evidence Collection kits and (ii) D7 Paediatric Sexual Assault Evidence Collection kits (aa) have not been analysed by the National Forensic Science Laboratories (NFSL) and (bb) were contaminated during analysis at the NFSL in the 2019-20 financial year and (b) what are the further relevant details in this regard?

Reply:

(a)(i)(ii) The packaging of the D1 Adult Sexual Assault Evidence Collection kits and the D7 Paediatric Sexual Assault Evidence Collections, contain different utensils, such as, evidence sealing bags, J88 forms and the collection of forensic eviclence forms, etc. The Biology Section of the South African Police Service (SAPS) Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL), receives the collected evidence with samples, for analysis purposes. The FSL does not register and keep track of the type of evidence collection kits received and thus cannot distinguish between the D1 Adult Sexual Assault Evidence Collection kits and D7 Paediatric Sexual Assault Evidence Collections.

(aa) On 20 July 2020, the number of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) samples received and still in the process of being analysed, was as follows:

Eastern Cape: DNA Analysis Laboratory

1 079

Gauteng/Head Office: DNA Analysis Laboratory

12 030

Western Cape: DNA Analysis Laboratory

4 014

KwaZulu-Natal: DNA Evidence Recovery Laboratory

896

Total

18 019

(bb) Based on the Quality Management System, in accordance with the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) 17025: Quality Control Principles, a total of 52 DNA samples were identified as contaminated, during the processing of the samples, in 2019/2020.

The FSL registers a non-conformance for all samples that have been contaminated. In line with the requirements of the ISO-17025, a root cause analysis is performed and corrective action identified, to prevent or minimise possible future reoccurrence. The table below, reflects the details, with the regard to the 52 DNA samples, mentioned above:

DNA finding report issued , due to the availability of additional exhibit material

Reference

Area of contamination

No result reported in cases additional due to the non- availability of exhibit material

Ref NC 19/04/19 (two cases)

Ref NC 10/06/19 (one case) Three cases involved

No result could be reported

Sample submissions. The

contamination was due to the manner, in which the samples were processed.

ex

DNA finding report issued , due to the availability of additional exhibit material

NC 08/04/19 (two cases)

 

NC 13/04/19 (two cases)

 

NC 15/04/19 (two cases)

 

NC 19/04/19 (two cases)

 

NC 24/04/19 (two cases)

 

NC 02/05/19 (two cases)

 

NC 03/05/19 (two cases)

Sample submissions. The

NC 07/05/19 (two cases)

contamination was due to the

NC 10/06/19 (nine cases)

manner, in which the samples were

NC 01/07/19 (two cases) NC 02/07/19 (two cases)

processed.

NC 03/07/19 (four cases)

 

NC 09/07/19 (two cases)

 

NC 10/11/19 (two cases)

 

NC 06/02/20 (two cases)

 

39 cases involved

 

NC 11/04/19 (one case)

Evidence recovery and sample processing. The contamination was due to the ma e

samples were handled.

NC 20/04/19 (one case)

 

NC 08/06/19 (one case)

 

NC 02/01/20 (one case)

 

Four cases involved

 

NC 03/06/19

Two cases involved

Tissue isolation laboratory. The contamination was due to utensils not properly sanitised.

DNA finding pending, on receiving retake of buccal samples

NC 06/06/19 (one case ) NC 07/06/19 (one case)

NC 12/06/19 (one case) NC 13/06/19 (one case) Four cases involved

Collection/submission step of buccal samples. The contamination was due to the manner, in which the samples were handled.

A summary of the interventions and quality control implemented, for the 52 DNA samples that were identified as contaminated, is reflected in the table below:

Finding

Intervention

Quality control measures

In 49 of the 52

cases, additional samples (uncompromised) were available to process and provide the DNA

findings.

An investigation

was conducted in respect of each contamination, to determine the root causes and corrections to be made.

A risk assessment was done to

determine all risks within the area where the contamination occurred.

Daily monitoring of the risks has been implemented and trends in

this area, is closely monitored.

Reply to question 1582 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
DATE: 2020/08/18=9

Reply to question 1582 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 26/08/2020

27 August 2020 - NW1699

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Julius, Mr J to ask the Minister of Police

Whether there are any plans to re-open the Kocksoord Police Station in the Randwest Local Municipality to cater for the rural communities; if not, what (a) are the reasons for the police station not to be re-opened and (b) other plans are in place to ensure the safety of the rural communities affected by the closure of the specified police station; if so, on what date will the specified police station be re-opened?

Reply:

The feasibility study, into the reopening of the Kocksoord Satellite Police Station was finalised with the recommendation that it be re-established, as a Satellite Police Station. The completed feasibility study is currently circulating, for recommendations and a decision.

The re-opening of the Kocksoord Satellite Police Station can only be effected after the approval thereof.

Rural Policing is conducted by the Randfontein Police Station. The police station was issued with a dedicated vehicle for rural safety and the sector patrol vehicle is also utilised, when necessary.

Reply to question 1699 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE
DATE: 2020-08-12

Reply to question 1699 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 26/08/2020

27 August 2020 - NW1682

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Brink, Mr C to ask the Minister of Police

Whether dedicated units have been established in the SA Police Service to combat the extortion of construction companies and municipalities by individuals purporting to represent local communities, commonly known as the construction mafia; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what resources have been allocated to each unit?

Reply:

There are currently no dedicated units, in the South African Police Service (SAPS), to combat the extortion of construction companies and municipalities. It is currently investigated, within the Organised Crime Investigations of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI) and the Detective Service. The establishment of extortion teams is currently under investigation and will form part of the Organised Crime Investigation units, when it is approved.

Reply to question 1682 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEDG)
DATE: 2020-08-19

Reply to question 1682 approved/

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 26/08/2020

27 August 2020 - NW1737

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Police

Whether employees in supply chain management in Silverton were informed that they should not come to the office if they have been in contact with someone who tested positive for Covid-19 and/or have symptoms of the virus; if not, are employees who are awaiting their Covid-19 test results expected to come to work; if so, how was this communicated to employees?

Reply:

Yes, the South African Police Service (SAPS) employees, within the Division: Supply Chain Management (SCM), in Silverton, are constantly being informed that they should not come to the office if they have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 and/or have symptoms of the Coronavirus.

The National Commissioner issued a directive, on 7 May 2020, followed by a directive by the Divisional Commiasioner: SCM, on 27 May 2020, emphasising that strict COVID-19 protocols must be followed and that employees are not allowed to report for duty if they have been in contact with someone, who tested positive for COVID-19.

The employees of the Division: SCM are regularly sensitised and informed to adhere to the Protocols of COVID-19. The Divisional Commissioner: SCM acknowledges the seriousness of this pandemic, therefore, strict measures are in place to ensure that all employees and visitors, entering the premises of the Division: SCM, are screened, prior to entering the building, their vehicles are sanitised and they are wearing the compulsory face masks.

Employees who are awaiting their COVID-19 test results, are not expected back at work, until they receive their results and the results are negative.

Reply to question 1737 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
DATE: 2020/08/13

Reply to question 1737 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 26/08/2020

27 August 2020 - NW1715

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Terblanche, Mr OS to ask the Minister of Police

What (a) has he found will be the effect of (i) the recent early retirement drive, (ii) the normal personnel attrition process and (iii) his department’s inability to fill the additional 7 000 posts promised by the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa, in his State of the Nation Address on 16 February 2018, on the personnel strength of the SA Police Service (SAPS) and (b) strategy does he have to ensure that the SAPS will still be able to fulfil its mandate towards the citizens of the Republic?

Reply:

(a)(i)(ii)(iii)

The effect of the recent early retirement drive, the normal personnel attrition process and the South African Police Service’s (SAPS) inability to fill the additional 7 000 posts, as referred to in the State of the Nation Address, on 16 February 2018, resulted in a decrease of SAPS personnel, from 192 277 to 187 358, in 2019/2020.

(b) The SAPS has the following strategies in place, to ensure that it will still be able to fulfil its mandate towards the citizens of the Republic of South Africa (RSA):

After the announcement and implementation of the early retirement initiative, the Minister of Police approved the early retirement of employees, in phases, from 31 March 2020 to 31 March 2021. Employees, who are the oldest and nearest to the pensionable age, have been allowed to leave the SAPS first. The early retirement initiative supports the current restructuring process within the SAPS, namely to scale down at senior levels and to enhance employment at entry level, as well as to achieve government’s efforts to contain expenditure with anticipated savings on the wage bill.

The attrition of personnel normally occurs at levels, higher than entry level, therefore, the SAPS regularly advertises vacancies for promotion and appointment, to ensure that service delivery is not compromised.
Although the process for the enlistment of 7 000 police trainees was suspended, due to the COVID-1s restrictions, including social distancing, the SAPS is considering the following proposals, to fill the 7 000 posts, in 2020/2021:
The permanent enlistment of an estimated 3 000 active serving reservists, in October 2020.

The enlistment of an estimated 4 000 external applicants, as police trainees, to commence basic training, in January 2021.
Suitable, former police officers, who left the SAPS in the rank of Constable, Sergeant and Warrant Officer, have been invited to apply for re-enlistment. They will be posted where there is currently a shortage of personnel, including but not limited to, specialised units, such as the Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences (FCS) units, Public Order Police (POP) units, as well as newly established units, such as the Taxi Violence, Cold Case Investigation and Murder and Robbery units.

Reply to question 1715 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE
DATE: 2020/08/13

Reply to question 1715 approved/

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 26/08/2020
 

27 August 2020 - NW1665

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Majozi, Ms Z to ask the Minister of Police

(a) What number of cases of domestic violence involving members of the SA Police Service were recorded in the past year to date and (b) of these cases, what number (i) were murder cases and (ii) led to convictions?

Reply:

(a)(b)((i)(ii) The required information is not readily available. A request is made for an extension, of 14 days, in order to provide the correct and verified information.

Reply to question 1665 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICA POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
DATE: 2020/08/12

Reply to question 1665 approved/not approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 26/08/2020

27 August 2020 - NW1545

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Police

What steps are being taken by the SA Police Service to control institutions that are accredited to issue firearm competency certificates to ensure compliance with all requirements;

Reply:

  1. The steps, which are taken by the South African Police Service (SAPS), to control institutions that are accredited to issue firearm competency certificates and to ensure compliance with all requirements, are as follows:

o Conducting of annual and ad Doc compliance inspections, at non-official institutions, including firearm training providers, in terms of Section 109 of the Firearms Control Act, 2000 (Act ND. 60 of 2000).

  1. The Minister of Police will decide whether he will make a statement, on this matter.

 

Reply to question 1545 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
DATE: 2020/08/27

Reply to question 1545 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENRAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 26/08/2020

27 August 2020 - NW1523

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to the undertaking by the Government to place additional police officers at Forest High School in Johannesburg after a stabbing incident, (a) on what date will the officers be placed at the school, (b) what total number of officers will be placed at the school, (c) on which specific locations will the officers be placed, (d) what will be the job description of the specified officers, (e) how will the specified officers be monitored, (I)(i) to whom will the officers report and (ii) how often will the officers report to the specified person and (g) how is the local community involved in this initiative?

Reply:

a) On 1 July 2019, the Forest High School was adopted by the Commander: Visible Policing, Booysens Police Station.

 

(b) Two members of the Social Crime Prevention: Booysens Police Station prioritise the high school with scheduled and unscheduled visits.

 

© Routine patrols are conducted daily by the Sector Manager and police vehicles are deployed, in the vicinity of the Forest High School and surrounding area, to enhance police visibility.

 

(d) The functions include, the searching of identified areas within the school premises, as well as conducting awareness programmes, which include presentations on bullying, sexual offences, as well as drug and substance abuse, with special attention given to identified learners.

 

(e) Weekly and monthly accountability sessions are held with the relevant officers.

 

(f)(i) The relevant officers report to the Station Commander and the Visible Policing Commander, Booysens Police Station.

(f) (ii) The relevant police officers report on a weekly and monthly basis, during the accountability sessions.

 

(g) The Booysens Police Station is in partnership with local security companies and patrollers, who assist with the activities, listed above.

 

Reply to question 1523 recommended

27 August 2020 - NW1489

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Whitfield, Mr AG to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to the recruitment of SA Police Service (SAPS) trainees, (a) will recruitment proceed in the 2020-21 financial year, (b) have all applicants been personally informed of the reasons for any delays and (c) to what extent has Covid-19 affected the graduation of SAPS trainees in the 2019-20 financial year?

Reply:


The training of new recruits, involves extensive physical contact and with the current COVID-19 Regulations in place, such as social distancing, restriction/suspension of large gatherings/meetings, etc, it will, therefore, not be possible to subject new recruits to the basic training curriculum, without increasing the risk of exposing them to being infected with COVID-19. The South African Police Service (SAPS) Recruitment Plan is being reviewed to ensure compliance with these regulations and it will be premature at this stage to make any pronouncements, whether the recruitment/training will proceed, in the 2020/2021 financial year.

Following the declaration of a National State of Disaster and the nationwide lockdown, by the President of the Republic of South Africa (RSA), communication pertaining to the recruitment process in the SAPS, was addressed through a media briefing by the SAPS, in March 2020 and again, in July 2020. It was announced to the nation that the SAPS, 2020 Police Trainee Intake, was suspended until further notice, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and as a result, each applicant in the process was not personally informed of any delays. The SAPS received half a million applications for recruitment and it will not be possible to inform each applicant individually.


The trainees who were recruited, in the 2018/2019 financial year, attended a passing out parade, in the 2019/2020 financial year (during December 2019) and the graduation was not affected by COVID-19.

Reply to question 1489 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
DATE: 2020/08/12

Reply to question 1489 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 26/08/2020

27 August 2020 - NW1446

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Terblanche, Mr OS to ask the Minister of Police

(a) What has he found to be the reasons for the recent spike in the prevalence of brutal murders in the Republic (i) on farms, (ii) in the rural areas and (iii) relating to gender- based violence, (b) how does he intend to curb the phenomenon and (c) what measures will he put in place to bring the perpetrators to book?

Reply:

(a)The reported crimes, including murder, are captured on and extracted from the South African Police Service (SAPS) Crime Administration System (CAS), using the allocated crime codes. The codes are referred to as the Daily Summary Serious Codes (DSSC) and the crime code allocated to murder, is DSSC 0001. It would be advisable that an unambiguous description of brutality in relation to murder incidents be established, in order to enable a quantitative analysis of these incidents. On registration of any reported crime, the DSSC do not allow for the capturing of additional descriptors, which requires that a qualitative analysis be done to determine the causative factors.


Regarding the crime of murder, for the period, 27 March to 2 July 2020, as extracted from the CAS and attached, as slides one and two, does not show evidence supporting the assertion that there is a spike in the reported incidence of murders across all provinces.

(a)(i)(ii) Farms and rural areas:

The National Rural Safety Priority Committee meets on a quarterly basis, to review all possible farm murders, to determine whether they meet the determined criteria, to be classified as farm murders. The above- mentioned Committee had not yet met when this response was written.


The crimes that are registered on the CAS are allocated case numbers that are specific to the police station and not necessarily to the type of the area.

(a)(iii) Gender-based violence:

Currently, there is no Act relating specifically to gender-based violence (GBV), in the Republic of South Africa, therefore, the SAPS reports on the contravention of the Domestic Violence Act, 1998 (Act No. 116 of 1998). The attached slide number three, provides a synopsis of the violation of the said Act for the period, 27 March to 21 June 2020.

(b)The reviewed Rural Safety Strategy was implemented, on 1 April 2020, with the aim to address rural safety, as an integrated day-to-day policing approach, by creating a safe and secure rural environment. The purpose of this Strategy, is to provide direction and guidelines, to create safety and security in the rural environment, in support of ensuring a better life for all.

In addition to the implementation of the Rural Safety Strategy, the Community Policing Strategy has been implemented, to ensure an integrated approach, to encourage and mobilise available resources across all sectors, including those directly involved in law enforcement and safety and security. The key feature of the Community Policing Strategy is the Community in Blue Concept, which focuses on increasing local community participation in social crime prevention and environmental design initiatives, institutionalise community participation in crime prevention, collaborate with the SAPS in increasing visibility and operational capacity and enhancing community-based intelligence. Furthermore, the Traditional Policing Concept was approved for implementation to stimulate active community involvement, in the fight against crime in rural areas.

The purpose of the Integrated Sexual Offence and Gender-based Violence Strategy, is to ensure an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to addressing GBV.

Operationally, stabilisation and high density basic policing interventions are implemented in all provinces, in accordance with prevailing crime trends. The stabilisation and high density basic policing interventions are complemented by normalisation interventions such as:

Community engagements by the Minister and police leadership, in all provinces, during the festive season.

O Community awareness programmes.

O Youth crime prevention projects.

O Implementation of the Community-in-Blue Concept (patrolling streets).

Intensified police visibility during national operations. A Reservist call-ups.

The enforcement of the Liquor Act.

Weekly compliance inspections at liquor outlets.

Intensified social crime prevention campaigns (drugs and substance abuse, dangerous weapons, sexual offences, etc.).

(c) The Detective Service will continue to apply all relevant investigative techniques, to ens’ure that perpetrators of crime, are brought to book.


Reply to question 1446 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/08/12

Reply to question 1446 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 26/08/2020

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27 August 2020 - NW1440

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Gondwe, Dr M to ask the Minister of Police

What (a) measures has he put in place in order to protect frontline Police Officers from contracting Covid-19 and (b) are the budgetary implications associated with the measures implemented in this regard;

Reply:

(1)(a) The measures, which have been put in place to protect the frontline members of the South African Police Service (SAPS), are as follows:

Putting systems and processes in place, by:
The development and implementation of SAPS Protocols on the containment and management of COVID-19, within the SAPS.
The development and implementation of training modules on COVID-19 symptoms, prevention and organisational protocols.
The implementation of the SAPS Infection Control Standard Operating Procedures.

The development of protocols for the decontamination of buildings.

The appointment of a National and Provincial Steering Committees, to oversee COVID-19 activities and implementation of the SAPS COVID-19 protocols.

The procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE), sanitisers and fogging and decontaminating equipment and chemicals for SAPS members, buildings, equipment and vehicles used by SAPS members.

Compiling a resource list of designated hospitals, to handle SAPS member referrals.

The in-sourcing of services, for the disposal of PPEs.


Empowering frontline officers, by:

Training of police officers on COVID-19 symptoms, prevention and management.

Conducting awareness and information sharing sessions at police stations,

roadblocks and other points, which are serviced by SAPS officers. o Training of police officers, on the correct use and disposal of PPEs.

Sharing of information through articles, memorandums and emails, to SAPS members and their families.

Continuous care and support of police officers:
Counselling and care of confirmed positive cases and contacts.

Counselling of family members of members, who tested positive.

Offering advisory services to members, whilst in self-isolation and quarantine.

Assisting SAPS members with placement in isolation and quarantine centres.

Identification of facilities to use as quarantine or isolation sites for SAPS members.

Debriefing of colleagues in cases of confirmed positive cases.

Answering police officers queries and questions, through the COVID-19 Call Centre.

Reasonable accommodation of “vulnerable members”, to ensure their protection and safety.

Developing a rotational schedule, to ensure social distancing and minimise member’s engagement and interaction, within SAPS buildings and workplaces.

Decontaminating of all workplaces and buildings, after confirmed cases.

Continuous sharing of new information, number of cases, new treatment and prevention methods with SAPS members and their families.

Stakeholder involvement and engagement of the following key roleplayers, with regard to SAPS members’ health and wellness, on COVID-19 related issues:

Police Medical Aid Scheme (POLMED).

Government Employee Medical Aid Scheme (GEMS).

Labour Unions- Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) and the South African Police Union (SAPU).

Department of Health.

Department of Public Works.

(1)(b) An amount of R3,7 billion was allocated to the SAPS, during the 2020 Special Adjustments Estimates, to provide for additional funding for this purpose.


(2)(a) Yes, training was provided, prior to the commencement of the lockdown.

(2)(b) Yes, training was also provided during lockdown. The training was in the form of continuous training on parades and roadblocks, workshops, awareness sessions, counselling and therapy sessions, a national 24/7 operated COVID- 19 hotline and video conferencing. The training entails, inter alia, the following: o The terms of reference for Steering Committees.

Understanding COVID-19 and related terminologies.

Protocols for the containment and management of COVID-19, within the SAPS and the country.

Prevention and protection measures of COVID-19.

Requirements and usage of resources, including PPEs for the prevention and control of COVID-19.

Required registers, related to the management of COVID19 and the completion, thereof.

Precautionary measures during the prevention and control of COVID-19.

Safety Health and Environment (SHE) management:

Sanitisation and decontamination of buildings, offices, cells, etc.

Medical waste disposal.

Reply to question 1440 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/08/12

Reply to question 1440 approved/

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 26/08/2020

03 August 2020 - NW962

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, with regard to certain actions by certain SA Police Service (SAPS) officers during the lockdown to curb the Covid-19 pandemic, he, the National Police Commissioner, the Provincial Police Commissioners or any other SAPS management official authorised, instructed or otherwise directed SAPS officers to (a) confiscate the goods or wares of businesses, traders and vendors and (b) destroy cooked and/or prepared food during the lockdown period; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (i) why and (ii) on what provision(s) in the lockdown regulations does he and SAPS commissioners and management rely to engage in such actions;

Reply:

(1)(a) No, guidelines were issued, in terms of the Disaster Management, 2002 (Act No. 57 of 2002), relating to the respective offences, for enforcement of the Regulations of the Disaster Management Act.

(1)(b) No, guidelines were issued, in terms of the Disaster Management Act, relating to the respective offences, for enforcement of the Regulations of the Disaster Management.

(1)(b)(i) Certain goods may be confiscated, depending on the contravention of the Regulation, e.g. the sale or transportation of liquor or tobacco.

(1)(b)(ii) The Disaster Management Act, Regulation No. 318, issued on 18 March 2020, made no prohibition on the sale of œoked or prepared food.

The Disaster Management Act, Regulation No. 471, issued on 20 April 2020, made a provision for any food product, including non-alcoholic beverages, but excluding warm cooked food.

The Disaster Management Act, Regulation No. 480, issued on 29 April 2020, permitted the sale of warm cooked food, only for home delivery.

The National Core Command Group (NCCG) Supplementary Instruction, issued on 22 April 2020, provided guidance to members of the South African Police Service (SAPS) that any food product, excluding warm cooked food, may be sold or permitted, in terms of the Regulation No. 465, issued on 16 April 2020.

The NCCG Supplementary Instruction, issued on 1 May 2020, provided guidance to SAPS members that the sale of warm cooked food, for home delivery, was permitted, in terms of the Regulations.

(2)(a) No, guidelines were issued, in terms of the Disaster Management Act, relating to the respective offences, for enforcement of the Regulations of the Disaster Management Act.

(2)(b) No, guidelines were issued, in terms of the Disaster Management Act, relating to the respective offences, for enforcement of the Regulations of the Disaster Management Act.

(2)(b)(i) Grocery stores and wholesale produce markets, including spaza shops and informal food traders, were permitted to operate, with written permission from a municipal authority.

(2)(b)(ii) The South African Police Service (SAPS) has developed clear directives for members in the application of the amended Regulations to the Disaster Management Act .These directives are updates in accordance with periodic amendments to the aforementioned legislation. The circulation of these directives is effected via established internal communication platforms, to all levels.

The SAPS has deployed Senior Management Service (SMS) members at local level to enhance overall command and control and to guide and advise members on the application of lockdown directives.

The Minister of Police and the Deputy Minister of Police have undertaken numerous visits to deployed SAPS members, in conjunction with SAPS top management and have emphasized the correct and professional application of lockdown directives, by SAPS members.

The SAPS Disciplinary Regulation, 2016, are envoked in instancing where members have been found to have contravened the lockdown regulations. In instances where criminal offences, in terms of the lockdown regulations, have been committed by SAPS members, criminal cases are opened, in conjunction with departmental cases. The criminal cases are investigated by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID).

The SAPS has also maintained the Complaints Management capability, with the Division: Inspectorate, which manages complaints against the SAPS, including those related to the application of COVID-19 directives.

Any spaza shop owner, who feels abused by members of the SAPS, may report such a member of members to the nearest police station.

Reply to question 962 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/06/25

Reply to question 962 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
Date: 02/07/2020

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03 August 2020 - NW1131

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Mafanya, Mr WTI to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to a certain person (name furnished), who is a victim of brutal gender-based violence, details furnished), (a) what is the reason behind the specified person not having been given a new court appearance date to date (b) how does his department co-ordinate informing plaintiffs of new court appearance dates during the lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19 an (c) why is gender-based violence not a priority case during the lockdown when an increase in violence against women was said to be the case? NW1433E

Reply:

(a)(b)(c) According to the South African Police Service (SAPS) Crime Administration System (CAS), ther are four cases, where a person with the same name and surname, as provided in this question, is a victim or complainant. In order to respond accurately, more detail will be required, e.g the name of the police station, the case number, the nature of the charge that the complainant has opened and the victim’s identity number.

Reply to question 1131 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/06/25


Reply for question 1131 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
Date
: 02/07/2020

03 August 2020 - NW1074

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Police

What (a) is the total number of gender-bases violence (GBV) cases which has been reported to the SA Police Service since the beginning of the lockdown on 26 March 2020 in each province and (b) number of the specified GBV cases have resulted in the arrested and conviction of the perpetrators in each case. NW1369E

Reply:

a) and (b)

The total number of gender-based violence (GBV) cases, which were reported to the South African Police Service (SAPS), since the beginning of the lockdown, on 26 March 2020, in each province and the number of the specified GBV cases, which resulted in the arrest and conviction of the perpetrators in each case, are reflected in the table below:

Province

 

(a)

(b)

 

Total reported

Total persons charged

Total persons convicted

Eastern Cape

243

488

8

Free State

189

373

18

Gauteng

743

1 137

23

KwaZulu-Natal

230

375

4

Limpopo

97

253

31

Mpumalanga

88

151

7

North West

77

140

3

Northern Cape

37

122

1

Western Cape

530

1 019

35

Total

2 234

4 058

130

Reply to question 1074 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SREVICE
KJ SITOLE
Date
: 2020/08/28

Reply to question 1074 approved/

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date
: 09/09/2020

 

 

 

 

 

03 August 2020 - NW1005

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Majozi, Ms Z to ask the Minister of Police

Whether his department has found a significant change in the crime pattern since the lockdown began on 26 March 2020; if so, what are the full relevant details of the statistics related to the number of arrests made since the lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19 began?

Reply:

There is a significant decrease of 71,7 %, from 29 March 2019 to 21 May 2019, compared to 27 March 2020 to 19 May 2020, with regard to the number of contact crimes, which were reported to the South African Police Service (SAPS).

The relevant details of the statistics, with regard to the number of arrests made, are as follows:

Province

Number of Persons Arrested from 27

March 2020 to 19 May 2020

Eastern Cape

26 382

Free State

24 848

Gauteng

79 363

KwaZulu-Natal

41 175

Limpopo

22 209

Mpumalangs

15 868

North West

13 899

Northern Cape

11 873

Western Cape

48 407

Other

368

Total

264 392

Reply to question 1005 recommended

GENERAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SREDVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEDG)
Date: 2020/06/25

Reply to question 1005 approved


GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date: 02/07/2020

03 August 2020 - NW810

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Majozi, Ms Z to ask the Minister of Police

(a) How will the SA Police Service manage cross-border offences in light of 875 such offences in Gauteng alone and (b) will he seek the cooperation of the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans to prevent illegal border crossing? NW1013E

Reply:

(a) The 875 Offences, which are mentioned in this question, refer to the movement between province metropolitan and district areas during lockdown, other than provided for in the Regulations of the Disaster Management Act, 2002 (Act No 57 of 2002). These offences are all detected due to police action. The high number of offences registered is indicative of the successful enforcement of the Regulation and a clear indication that the current plans, to deal with the enforcement of cross-border offences, are effective.

(b) The Border Policing Component, in the South African Police Service (SAPS), is responsible for the policing and security of identified Ports of entry. Section 13(6) of the Police Act, 1995 (Act No. 68 of 1995), mandates the SAPS to search people, premises and vehicle, without a warrant, within 10 kilometres or a reasonable distance from any border of the Republic of South Africa (RSA) and a foreign state. Members of the SAPS Border Policing Component, conduct as hoc patrols along the borderline. In conjunction with the South African National Defence Force (SANDF). Through the National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure (NATJOINTS), the SAPS also conduct specific joint operations with the SANDF.

Reply for question 810 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)

Reply for question 810 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
Date: 02/07/2020

06 July 2020 - NW1297

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Kohler-Barnard, Ms D to ask the Minister of Police

What was the murder rate per 100 000 persons for (a) children, (b) women, (c) farmers and (d) men in the (i) 2016-17, (ii) 2017-18, (iii) 2018-19 and (iv) 2019-20 financial years?

Reply:

(a)(b)(c)(d)(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)

Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) is responsible for the production of population estimates. The South African Police Service (SAPS) does not calculate the murder rate, per 100 000 persons, for (a), (b), (c) and (d), due to the complexity of the determination of the population estimates around those variables. Stats SA applies specific models and the SAPS does not have record of the models for population e6timates and computations. The crime statistics for 2019/2020 have not been published by the Minister of Police.

Reply to question 1297 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SREVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/07/02

Reply to question 1297 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL, BH CELE, MP

Date: 04/07/2020

06 July 2020 - NW1298

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Kohler-Barnard, Ms D to ask the Minister of Police

What is the (a) name of each athlete in his department's Operational Excellence Courses Programme and (b) average monthly amount paid to an athlete for participating in the specified programme?

Reply:

  1. There are no South African Police Service (SAPS) athletes on an Operational Excellence Course Programme.
  1. Not applicable.

Reply to question 1298 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SREVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/07/02

Reply to question 1298 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL, BH CELE, MP

Date: 04/07/2020

06 July 2020 - NW1244

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Majozi, Ms Z to ask the Minister of Police

(1) What number of new SA Police Service (SAPS) officers have successfully completed training at the latest specified date; (2) what number of (a) active members of the SAPS and (b) SAPS reservists have been deployed during the different stages of the period of lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19: (3) whether his department is on track in terms of training and recruitment to strengthen the police force; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) what challenges have been experienced in terms of the filling of vacancies, recruitment and training of new SAPS members’?

Reply:

1. On 13 December 2019, a total of 4 971 new recruits successfully completed their training.

2(a)(b) Members of the South African Police Service (SAPS) and reservists were and are still deployed for routine operations, for policing services and the enforcement of the coronavirus (COVID-19) preventative measures. It is preferred/recommended that the figures are not provided, for security reasons.

3. The process of finalising the SAPS 2020 Trainee Intake was at an advanced stage. However, it was unfortunately suspended, until further notice, by the Minister of Police, due to the State of National Disaster and subsequent nationwide lockdown, which was announced by the President of the Republic of South Africa, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The recruitment plan of the SAPS is currently being reviewed, in order to respond to the COVID-19 restrictions put in place, such as social distancing, restriction/suspension of large gatherings/meetings, etc..

4. The filling of other vacancies in the SAPS is continuing, however, it has not been po9sible to enlist new SAPS member6 to report for training at the various training academies in the country, due to the COVID-19 restrictions and protocols (social distancing, large gatherings/meetings, physical training, etc)

24 June 2020 - NW532

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Phillips, Ms C to ask the Minister of Police

Whether there .are any plans. in place to open a police station or satellite police station in Derby and/or Redirile in the North West where there is currently no police station; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details

Reply:

Yes, there are plans to construct a satellite police station in the Derby/Redirile area, as confirmed by the assessment, which was conducted. The satellite police station is prioritised for execution, in 2021/2022.

The South African Police Service (SAPS) is considering the placement of or erection of temporary prefabricated or modular structures, in 2021/2022. The communities of Derby /Redirile are currently policed by the Koster Police Station, which is 20 kilometers from the area.

24 June 2020 - NW103

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Police

What is the progress on the procurement and installation of the telephone and Information and communications Technology (ICT) system in the new building in Aberdeen, Eastern Cape, that was completed and occupied in mid-2016 and which only houses one SA Police Service official due to the lack of ICT and telephone infrastructure? NW115E

Reply:

Procurement and installation of Telephone System:
Only one direct telephone line is currently installed, in the office of the Station commander, Aberdeen Police Station. Telkom is busy finalising the planning for the installation of the new Private Automatic Branch Exchange (PABX) switchboard, with seven extensions, by 31 March 2020.

Procurement and installation of Information and Communications Technology (ICT):
The cabling Infrastructure was installed, in 2018/2019. The State information Technology Agency (SITA) is busy with the tender for the procurement of network equipment, which is scheduled to be installed, in the first quarter of 2020/2021. An application for a data line, has been submitted to Telkom.


 

24 June 2020 - NW521

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Police

Whether it is a policy of his department that determines when a member of the SA Police Service has applied and qualified for a post, that when it comes to occupying the. posit the member w! ill be placed in a position that s/he has not applied for; if not, why e it happening; it' so, what (a) steps does he intend taking to rectify the specified actions and (b), are the further relevant details. NW708E

Reply:

No, there is no policy In the. South African Police Service (SAPS) that determines that once a member has qualified and applied for a specific post, he/she is placed in another post that he/she” has‘ not applied for. ’

(a) and (b) The administration of promotions in the SAPS is regulated by, inter alia, National Instruction, 3 of 2015 (Promotion and Grade Progression of Employees of the SAPS, from Post Level 1  to Post Level 12 and from Constable up to Colonel). This National Instruction requires employees to physically assume a post that he/she was promoted to and function in that post, for a minimum period of two years. This National Instruction provides for a process of withdrawing a promotion, should such requirements not be complied with. However, the National Instruction makes provision for ther National Commissioner, a Divisional Commissioner or a Provincial Commissioner to transfer an employee, from th new higher post to another vacant post, at the same level, in the interest of enhancing service delivery.

Reply to question 521 recommended


 

24 June 2020 - NW642

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Mente, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Police

Whether he will take any action against the Mayor of Cape Town and the Member of the Mayoral Council Mr. J P Smith for the violation of the Disaster management Regulations after the court declared their eviction of the residents of Empolweni illegal during lockdown; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details? NW844E

Reply:

A case docket was opened and the criminal investigation has been finalised. The case docket will be presented to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for a decision.

24 June 2020 - NW714

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Tito, Ms LF to ask the Minister of Police

What measures has he put in place to protect migrant women from gender-based violence in their domestic spaces during the lockdown period to curb the spread of COVID- 19 NW918E

Reply:

The measures that are in place to protect all women in South Africa, from gender- based violence, are also applicable to migrant women. This applied, prior to the COVID-19 epidemic and still applies during the lockdown period. Over and above the existing measures, the following has also been put in place.

 

An additional referral list was issued, known as the 'pathways data base”, to all police stations. It depicts the contact numbers of government departments and non-governmental organisations (NGO’s), which can be contacted, to assist victims with:

  • Psycho-social support services.
  • Justice and human rights services.
  • Basic needs services.
  • Thutuzela care centres.
  • Shelter and housing services.
  • Civil society organisations.

 

4 Packaged awareness raising material, in the form of a leaflet, sharing information with communities, on:

  • Gender-based violence-related risks during lockdown.
  • What the public can do about gender-based violence.
  • Crime reporting numbers, for example, the 10111 emergency numt›er, the crime stop tip-off line - 08600 10111, crime line sms - 32211, the Gender-based Violence (GBV) command centre line - 0800 428 428, the children toll free line- 0800 055 555, human rights and trafficking hotline - 0800 222 777 and My SAPS App.
  • How to lodge service delivery complaints (natonal service complaint centre line - 0800 333 177.

 

24 June 2020 - NW754

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Police

Whether the SA Police Service has taken any steps in response to complaints regarding persons who are destroying the protected milkwood bushes in the area of Hermanus in order to stop the destruction of the bushes; if not, why not if so, what steps; whether he will make a statement on the matter NW958E

Reply:

Yes, members of the Hermanus Police Station are continuously policing the area. Regular joint operations, including other law enforcement agencies are also conducted in the area. The South African Police Service (SAPS) recruits informers to identify and trace the perpetrators.

The Minister will decide whether he will make a statement, in this regard.

24 June 2020 - NW920

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Police

1) Whether his department awarded any tenders connected to the Covid-19 pandemic; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (a) are the names of the businesses to whom these tenders were awarded, (b) are the amounts of each tender awarded and (c) was the service and/or product to be supplied by each business; (2) whether there was any deviation from the standard supply chain management procedures in the awarding of the tenders; if so, (a) why and (b) what are the relevant details in each case; (3) what was the reason for which each specified business was awarded the specified tender? (4) whether he will make a statement on the matter? NW1209E

Reply:

(1) Tenders which were connected to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, were not advertised or awarded by the South African Police Service (SAPS). The procurement of personal protection equipment, to protect SAPS members from the COVID-19, were done on a quotation basis and are from the existing National Treasury Transversal Contract (RT76-2020).

(1)(a) (1)(a) The names of the 45 suppliers, to whom quotations were awarded, are as follows:

Find here: Names of the Suppliers

 

05 June 2020 - NW633

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Police

What measures has he put in place to ensure that there is no overcrowding of police cells by arrests conducted by the police during the national lockdown period to fight the spread of the coronavirus?

Reply:

There is no overcrowding in police cells because of arrests conducted by the South African Police Service (SAPS), during the national lockdown period. Most o1the people who violate the Regulations of the Disaster Management Act, are released on a warning to appear in court (SAPS 496) and issued a J534 (admission of guilt fine) or given a J368 (police bail).

Reply to question 633 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020-05-27

Reply to question 633 approved/pro e

MINISTER OFPOLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 04/06/2020

05 June 2020 - NW775

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to the announcement by the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa, in his State of the Nation Address on 13 February 2020 that the SA Police Service will increase visibility at identified tourist attraction sites, (a) which tourist attraction sites will have increased police visibility in each province, (b) what form will the increased

Reply:

(a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(f)(g)

The information needs to be obtained from the provincial commissioners and a request for the extension of an additional 10 working days, in which to provide the response, is requested.

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Reply to question 775 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020-05-27

Reply to question 775 approved/not approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 04/06/2020

05 June 2020 - NW608

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Police

Whether any SA Police Service members applied for certain positions and were appointed to different positions than the ones they applied for; if so, (a) what (i) number of positions and (ii) rank in each case and (b) on what policy is this practice based?

Reply:

There were members who applied for certain positions and who were appointed to different positions than the ones they applied for, in the three post promotion processes, which were concluded in 2019/2020, namely:

(a)(i) Two positions.

(a)(ii) One Colonel and one Lieutenant Colonel.

(b) The administration of promotions in the South African Police Service (SAPS) is, inter a/ia, regulated by National Instruction, 3 of 2015, Promotion and Grade Progression of Employees of the Service, from Post Level 1 to Post Level 12 and from Constable up to Colonel, which requires employees to physically take up and function for a minimum period of two years in the post that he or she was promoted to. This National Instruction provides for a process of withdrawing a promotion, should such requirements not be complied with. However, there is also a provision for the National Commissioner, a Divisional Commissioner or Provincial Commissioner to transfer an employee from the new higher post to another vacant post on the same level, in the interest of service delivery.

2

Reply to question 608 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE SOEG
 

Reply to question 608 approved

GENERAL BH CELE
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date

05 June 2020 - NW712

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Motsepe, Ms CCS to ask the Minister of Police

(a) What are the reasons he saw the need to apologise to members of the Muslim community who had breached the lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19 regulations by congregating while such gatherings are prohibited and (b) why did he not see it appropriate to apologise to the households in the Eastern Cape where the SA Police Service officials kicked over drums of mqombothi and mocked the people’s ancestral rituals?

Reply:

  1. The Minister at the time apologised for what sounded on the video clip like derogatory remarks allegedly made by the arresting officers against the Islam Prophet Mohammed. It has however, since been established through departmental investigation (Mpumalanga SAPS) that the members were actually referring to one of the arrested congregants named Mohammed who was pointed out by his fellow congregants as the one who had convened the illegal gathering.

At no point did the Minister apologise for the arrest as in fact those congregants had contravened the COVID-19 Disaster Management Lockdown Regulations in relation to the prohibition of gatherings during the lockdown.

  1. In relation to the Eastern Cape question, once a crime is committed, in this instance the contravention of lockdown regulations, the location where such contravention occurs automatically becomes a crime scene. This status then allows police to confiscate or seize that which has been utilised by the alleged offenders during the commission of the crime or the contravention of the regulations, hence the alleged disposal of the traditional beer.

 

Approved/ not approved

GENERAL BH CELE, MP
MINISTER OF POLICE
DATES: 4/06/2020

05 June 2020 - NW702

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, there are sufficient face masks for all the police officers; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what total number of face masks does each police officer get for a 12-hour shift?

Reply:

The needs forecast for masks to be utilised by members of the South African Police Service (SAPS), is a minimum, but not limited to three masks for a 12 hours shift, dependent on the situation. Up to date, the SAPS has procured a total of 24 356 800 surgical face masks and 260 000 filtering face piece masks. All the provinces and divisions have been issued with sufficient stock and a buffer stock, of five percent, is secured nationally, for contingencies. There is a continuous replenishment of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE’s) by the SAPS Division: Supply Chain Management, with a forecast of PPE requirement, up to 31 March 2021.

Reply to question 702 recommended/not recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020-05-27

Reply to question 702 approved/not approved

MINISTER OFPOLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: /06/2020

05 June 2020 - NW634

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Police

What measures has he put in place to ensure that persons in the custody of the SA Police Service are tested for COVID-19?

Reply:

The South African Police Service (SAPS) does not test persons in custody, for COVID-19. The SAPS has put measures in place, at all police stations, to screen every person in custody.

Reply to question 634 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020-05-27

Reply to question 634 recommended

MINISTER OFPOLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 04/06/2020

08 April 2020 - NW36

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Whitfield, Mr AG to ask the Minister of Police

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION 36 DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNSTIONAL QUESTION PAPER: 13 FEBRUARY 2020-04-17(INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 1-2020) 36. Mr AG Whitfield (DA) to ask the Minister Police :(a) what number of (i) civilian firearms and (ii) civilian ammunition were reported as (aa) stolen and (bb) recovered (aaa) in each of the past 10 financial years and (bbb) since 1 April 2019 and (b) what are the relevant details, including the calibre of firearm and ammunition, in each specified case?REPLY(a)(i)(aa)(aaa) THE NUMBER OF FIREARMS REPORTED AS LOST /STOLEN : 2010/2011 TO 2018/2019 Financial Year 2010/2011 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 Total 6 542 6 122 6 475 5 824 5 869 6 735 8 884 7 836 7 655 (a)(i)(aa)(bbb)The total number of firearms, which was reported as lost/stolen, for the period 1 April 2019 to 17 February 2020, is 6 587(a)(ii)(aa)(aaa)(bbb)This information is not readily available on any South African Police Service (SAPS) System, in order to address the request, an extensive effort, from both administrative and operational personnel will need to be utilised over a long period of time. Case files will need to be recovered from archives and manually persued to identify any case that relate to this request. This will impede on current investigations and hamper service delivery.(b) The relevant details, with regards to the lost and stolen firearms, including the type and calibre, per financial year, are reflected in the tables below: LOST/STOLEN FIREARMS: 2010/2011 FIREARM TYPE CALIBRE DESCRIPTION TOTAL COMBINATION 22 LR/.410BR 5 .303/ 12GA 1 12 BR/16 BR/9.3 MM COMBINATION 1 COMBINATION TOTAL 7 PISTOL .22 LONG/ LR (PISTOL) 114 .22 SHORT 2 .25 ACP (6.35MM BROW) 4 RECOVERED FIREARMS: 1 APRIL 2019 TO 17 FEBRUARY 202 FIREARM TYPE CALIBRE DESCRIPTION TOTAL 6.5X55MM SWED MAUS 1 6MM 2 6MM MUSGRAVE 3 7.62 MM RIFLE 1 7.62X39MM 1 7.62X51MM 4 7.9X57MM J OR JS 1 7X57MM MAUS (7MM MAUS) 1 7X64MM BRENNEKE 1 8MM RIFLE 3 9MM RIFLE 1 RIFLE TOTAL 335 S/L: PIST CAL – RIFLR/CAB 9MM PAR (9X19MM) 4 S/L: RIFLE CAL – RIFLE/CARBINE .22 LONG RIFLE (LR) 1 .223 REM 10 5.56X45MM 1 7.62X51MM 1 S/L: RIFLE CAL – RIFLE/CARBINE TOTAL 13 SHOTGUN .410 B0RE 9 12 GA 227 20 GA 1 SHOTGUN TOTAL 237 GRAND TOTAL 5 531 Reply to question 36 recommendedGENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE KJ SITOLE (SOEG)|Date: 2020/03/31Reply to question 36 approvedMINISTER OF POLICEGENERAL BH CELE (MP)|Date: 07/04/2020

Reply:

(a)(i)(aa)(aaa)
 

THE NUMBER OF FIREARMS REPORTED AS LOST /STOLEN : 2010/2011 TO 2018/2019

Financial Year

2010/
2011

2011/
2012

2012/
2013

2013/
2014

2014/
2015

2015/
2016

2016/
2017

2017/
2018

2018/
2019

Total

6 542

6 122

6 475

5 824

5 869

6 735

8 884

7 836

7 655

 

(a)(i)(aa)(bbb)
The total number of firearms, which was reported as lost/stolen, for the period 1 April 2019 to 17 February 2020, is 6 587

(a)(ii)(aa)(aaa)(bbb)
This information is not readily available on any South African Police Service (SAPS) System, in order to address the request, an extensive effort, from both administrative and operational personnel will need to be utilised over a long period of time. Case files will need to be recovered from archives and manually persued to identify any case that relate to this request. This will impede on current investigations and hamper service delivery.

(b) The relevant details, with regards to the lost and stolen firearms, including the type and calibre, per financial year, are reflected in the tables below:

 

LOST/STOLEN FIREARMS: 2010/2011

FIREARM TYPE

CALIBRE DESCRIPTION

TOTAL

COMBINATION

22 LR/.410BR

5

.303/ 12GA

1

12 BR/16 BR/9.3 MM COMBINATION

1

COMBINATION TOTAL

7

PISTOL

.22 LONG/ LR (PISTOL)

114

.22 SHORT

2

.25 ACP (6.35MM BROW)

4

       

 

 

RECOVERED FIREARMS: 1 APRIL 2019 TO 17 FEBRUARY 202

FIREARM TYPE

CALIBRE DESCRIPTION

TOTAL

 

6.5X55MM SWED MAUS

1

6MM

2

6MM MUSGRAVE

3

7.62 MM RIFLE

1

7.62X39MM

1

7.62X51MM

4

7.9X57MM J OR JS

1

7X57MM MAUS (7MM MAUS)

1

7X64MM BRENNEKE

1

8MM RIFLE

3

9MM RIFLE

1

RIFLE TOTAL

335

S/L: PIST CAL – RIFLR/CAB

9MM PAR (9X19MM)

4

 

S/L: RIFLE CAL – RIFLE/CARBINE

.22 LONG RIFLE (LR)

1

.223 REM

10

5.56X45MM

1

7.62X51MM

1

S/L: RIFLE CAL – RIFLE/CARBINE TOTAL

13

 

SHOTGUN

.410 B0RE

9

12 GA

227

20 GA

1

SHOTGUN TOTAL

237

GRAND TOTAL

5 531

08 April 2020 - NW487

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Police

What number of reservists were appointed at the Actonville Police Station in the past three financial years; what criteria are used to decide where police reservists should be appointed NW869E.

Reply:

1) A total of 10 reservists were appointed, at the Actonville Police Station, in the past three financial years.

(2) Thee following criteria are used to determine where reservists should be appointed:

- The police station's needs challenges and skills required.
- The availability of trainers to train the reservists.
- The budget to train and equip the reservists.
 

 

Reply to question 487 recommended


GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date
: 2020-04-02


Reply to question 487 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
Date
: 07/04/2020

 

 

 

 

08 April 2020 - NW486

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Police

By what date will a police station be constructed at Wattville in the City of Ekurhuleni; what are the details of the logistical plans for the police station, including the (a) location, (b) staff complement and (c)(i) total number and (ii) type of vehicles?

Reply:

(1) The construction of the Wattville Police Station has been prioritised on the Gauteng Province User Asset Management Plan, for the 2021/2022 financial year.

(2)(b) The staff complement of Wattville Police Station, is projected at 1.05 members.

(2)(c)(i) The projected allocation of vehicles is 25.

(2)(c)(ii) The table below reflects the possible allocation and the type of vehicles:

Component

Vehicle Type

Number

Total

Visible Policing

Light Delivery

Vehicle (LDV)

8

14

 

Sedan

4

 
 

Minibus

1

 
 

Truck

1

 

Detective Service

Sedan

4

8

 

LDV

4

 

Support Service

Sedan

 

3

 

LDV

1

 

Reply to question 486 recommended

GENERAL NATIOAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

KJ SITOLE (SOEG)

Date: 2020/04/03
 

Reply to question 486 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
Date: 07/04/2020

08 April 2020 - NW477

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Brink, Mr C to ask the Minister of Police

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION 477 DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 20 MARCH 2020 (INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 10-2020) 477. Mr C Brink (DA) to ask the Minister of Police: (1) Whether the investigation into CAS 34/11/2015 opened at the Pretoria Central Police Station is still ongoing; if not, why not; if so, by what date is it envisaged that the investigation will be finalised; (2) whether the SA Police Service (SAPS) obtained and/or executed any search and seizure warrants while investigating the specified case; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether the SAPS interviewed or attempted to interview (a) certain persons (names and details furnished) and/or (b) any executives of a certain company (names and details furnished); if no, in each case, why not, if so, what are the relevant details in each case? NW659E

Reply:

(1) Yes, the investigation into CAS 34/11/2015, opened at the Pretoria Central Police Statio, id ongoing. The date of finalisation of the investigation cannot be provided at this stage, due to the complex nature of the investigation.

(2) No, the South African Police Service (SAPS) has not obtained and/or executed any search and seizure warrants, while investigating the specified case. The acquiring of any search and/or seizure warrants will be determined as the investigation progresses.

(3) No. The interviewing of any persons of interest to the investigation will be conducted as the need arises, during the investigation process.

Reply to question 477 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/03/31

Reply to question 477 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, (MP)
Date: 07/04/2020

08 April 2020 - NW466

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Whitfield, Mr AG to ask the Minister of Police

Whether the Jeffrey's Bay Police Station will be upgraded from half colonel status to full colonel status; if not, why not; if so, by what date’?

Reply:

The structures of police stations have lower and upper limits. A police station, at the level of Lieutenant Colonel, has between 91 and 179 staff. The grading of a police station does not only apply to the command structure but also to additional resources, without necessarily upgrading the post of the Station Commander.



Reply to question 466 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/04/03

Reply to question 466 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, (MP)
Date: 07/04/2020

08 April 2020 - NW465

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Whitfield, Mr AG to ask the Minister of Police

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION 465 36/1/4/1(202000067) DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 20 MARCH 2020(INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 10-2020) 465.Mr A G Whitfield (DA) to ask the Minister of Police: What (a) is the total number of police stations that have received a thorough inspection by the National Inspectorate since the 2014-15 financial year up to the latest date for which information is available and (b) are the relevant details of each inspection that was conducted? NW646E REPLY: The total number of police stations that have received a thorough inspection by the National Inspectorate, since the 2014/2015 financial year, up to the latest date for which information is available, is reflected in the table below. Financial Year Number of Inspections conducted Type of Inspections 2014/2015 1 020 Full inspections:556 Focused inspections:69 Follow-up inspections:395 2015/2016 1 308 Full inspections:714 Focused inspections:418 Follow-up inspections:176 2016/2017 270 high crime-weight police stations The details of the inspections, are reflected in paragraph(b). 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 The relevant details of each inspection that was conducted, are reflected below. Financial Year Details of Inspections 2014/2015 Attached as per Annexure A. 2015/2016 Attached as per Annexure B. 2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 The Division: Inspectorate functioned as Management Intervention. Management Intervention inculcated a culture of uncompromising compliance and performance management and implemented a multi- year programme at 270 high crime-weight police stations that gave impetus to the stabilisation of internal functioning, which lays the foundation for improved service delivery, capacity development and impact on crime Financial Year Diagnostic assessments were conducted; basic non-compliance rectified and root cause resolved that compromised service delivery and impact on crime. For this purpose, an intervention execution plan was developed and implemented at each of the 270 police stations, in consultation with the station commanders and members. The output of the programme was evaluated at the 270 police stations, using a compliance assessment tool, containing 361 indicators. The average result of the evaluation indicated a compliance rating above 80% threshold, in each of the following functional areas:- System utilization and date integrity- Administration and support- Community satisfaction- Service delivery complaints against the police- Visible policing- Crime and Management information- Concept of operations, command and control- Detective service The result standards for mitigation action, which were issued during previous inspections, were provided to the 270 police stations, for self-diagnoses and self-correction, in achieving the desired outputs and outcomes.The list of the 270high crime – weight police stations, is attached as Annexure C Reply to question 465 recommended GENERL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICEKJ SITOLE (SOEG)Date: 2020/04/03Reply to question 465 approvedMINISTER OF POLICE GENEDRAL BH CELE, MPDate: 07/04/2020

Reply:

The total number of police stations that have received a thorough inspection by the National Inspectorate, since the 2014/2015 financial year, up to the latest date for which information is available, is reflected in the table below.

Financial Year

Number of Inspections conducted

Type of Inspections

2014/2015

1 020

Full inspections: 556

Focused inspections: 69

Follow-up inspections: 395

2015/2016

1 308

Full inspections: 714

Focused inspections: 418

Follow-up inspections: 176

2016/2017

270 high crime-weight police stations

The details of the inspections, are reflected in paragraph(b).

2017/2018

   

2018/2019

   

2019/2020

   


The relevant details of each inspection that was conducted, are reflected below.

Financial Year

Details of Inspections

2014/2015

Attached as per Annexure A.

2015/2016

Attached as per Annexure B.

2016/2017,

2017/2018,

2018/2019

and 2019/2020

The Division: Inspectorate functioned as Management Intervention.

Management Intervention inculcated a culture of uncompromising compliance and performance management and implemented a multi- year programme at 270 high crime-weight police stations that gave impetus to the stabilisation of internal functioning, which lays the foundation for improved service delivery, capacity development and impact on crime

Financial Year

 
 

Diagnostic assessments were conducted; basic non-compliance rectified and root cause resolved that compromised service delivery and impact on crime. For this purpose, an intervention execution plan was developed and implemented at each of the 270 police stations, in consultation with the station commanders and members.

The output of the programme was evaluated at the 270 police stations, using a compliance assessment tool, containing 361 indicators. The average result of the evaluation indicated a compliance rating above 80% threshold, in each of the following functional areas:
- System utilization and date integrity
- Administration and support
- Community satisfaction
- Service delivery complaints against the police
- Visible policing
- Crime and Management information
- Concept of operations, command and control
- Detective service

The result standards for mitigation action, which were issued during previous inspections, were provided to the 270 police stations, for self-diagnoses and self-correction, in achieving the desired outputs and outcomes.

The list of the 270high crime – weight police stations, is attached as Annexure C

Reply to question 465 recommended
 

GENERL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/04/03

Reply to question 465 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENEDRAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 07/04/2020

08 April 2020 - NW405

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Brink, Mr C to ask the Minister of Police

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTIO’N 405 DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 13 MARCH 2020 (INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 9-2020) 405.Mr C Brink (DA) to ask the Minister of Police: (1) whether the investigation into CAS 816/11/2018 opened at the Brooklyn Police Station, and then transferred to CAS 1747/11/2018 at the Pretoria Central Police Station, is still open; if not, why not, if so, by what date is it expected that the investigation will be finalized; (2) whether the SA Police Service (SAPS) obtained and /or executed any search –and seizure warrant while investigating the case; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether the SAPS interviewed or attempted to interview (a) certain persons (names and details furnished) an/or (b) any executives of a certain company (names furnished); in each case, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case? REPLY (1) The case is still open and due to the nature of complexity of the case and expected date of the finalization cannot be provided, at this stage. (2) No search and./or seizure has been executed as yet. Any warrant for search /or seizure shall be determined as the investigation progresses. (3)(a)(b) There has been no interviewing of certain persons or any executives of certain companies, are yet. The interviewing of any persons of interest shall be conducted as the need arises, during the investigation process. Reply to question 405 recommended GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE KJ SITOLE (SOEG) Date: 2020/03/31 Reply to question 405 approved MINISTER OF POLICEGENERAL BH CELE, (MP) Date: 07/04/2020

Reply:

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

FOR WRITTEN REPLY

QUESTIO’N 405

DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 13 MARCH 2020 (INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 9-2020)

405. Mr C Brink (DA) to ask the Minister of Police:

(1) whether the investigation into CAS 816/11/2018 opened at the Brooklyn Police Station, and then transferred to CAS 1747/11/2018 at the Pretoria Central Police Station, is still open; if not, why not, if so, by what date is it expected that the investigation will be finalized;

(2) whether the SA Police Service (SAPS) obtained and /or executed any search –and seizure warrant while investigating the case; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details;

(3) whether the SAPS interviewed or attempted to interview (a) certain persons (names and details furnished) an/or (b) any executives of a certain company (names furnished); in each case, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

REPLY

(1) The case is still open and due to the nature of complexity of the case and expected date of the finalization cannot be provided, at this stage.

(2) No search and./or seizure has been executed as yet. Any warrant for search /or seizure shall be determined as the investigation progresses.

(3)(a)(b) There has been no interviewing of certain persons or any executives of certain companies, are yet. The interviewing of any persons of interest shall be conducted as the need arises, during the investigation process.

Reply to question 405 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/03/31

Reply to question 405 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, (MP)
Date: 07/04/2020

08 April 2020 - NW357

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Police

What (a) number of SA Police Service personnel have housing allowances deducted. off their salaries who are not living in any official accommodation or who do not have any formal living arrangements and (b) happens to the monies that are deducted If there is no identified landlord, client department or finance house to whom the money can be paid?

Reply:

No housing allowance deductions are made for South African Police Service (SAPS) employees, who do not reside in official accommodation.

However, in forms of the Government Employee Housing Scheme (GEHS), .those employees who are renting and who ware employed, before 27 May 2015, receive R1 398,35 of which R498,35 is transferred to an interest bearing saving facility. For those employees who were appointed, after 27 May 2015, the whole amount. of R1 398,35 is transferred to an interest bearing saving facility.

The saving facility is administered by the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) and the National Treasury and funds can only be withdrawn when:

An employee becomes a homeowner.

In case of a contracted employee, his/her contract expires and the contract is. not renewed.

An employee passed on.

An employee retires or is medically boarded.

With effect, from 1 March 2017, all employees who currently rent official accommodation, pay R900,00 rental, per month, for state accommodation.

The deduction, in respect of state accommodation is paid into the National Revenue Fund. The deposit is made, in terms of Section 11(1)(a) of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No 1 of 1999).

Reply to question 357 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)|
Date; 2020/03/31

Reply to question 357 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE |
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 07/04/2020
 

03 April 2020 - NW347

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

Whether police officers enforce the law relating to liquor licences and the conduct of patrons on and around the premises (details furnished); if not, why not; whether the SA Police Service closes an establishment that transgresses its liquor licence conditions?

Reply:

Yes, members of the South African Police Service (SAPS) do enforce compliance to provincial liquor legislation, in support of Provincial Liquor Board Inspectors, appointed in terms of the applicable provincial liquor legislation. The following number of liquor law enforcement actions were executed at licensed liquor premises, in 2018/2019:

Province

Number of

liquor compliance inspections conducted

Number of J534's issued for liquor compliance contraventions by

licensed liquor premises

Number of of J534’s Issued for drinking in public places

Number of J534’s issued for being drunk in public places

Eastern Cape

85 113

21 395

827

9 696

Free State

01432

33 453

2 098

8 265

Gauteng

136 200

22 624

6 787

2 441

KwaZulu-Natal

80 531

10 308

2 162

2 728

Limpopo

113 114

31 313

10 346

8 161

Mpumalanga

37 723

2 249

1 437

140

North West

31 289

9 169

12 933

1 373

Northern Cape

33 367

5 153

351

14 138

Western Cape

58 812

9 998

1 645

44 761

Total

677 581

145 002

39 516

87 733


2. No, the SAPS does not have the mandate to close an establishment that transgresses its liquor licence conditions. Only the respective Provincial Liquor Boards have the mandate to close an establishment that transgresses its liquor licence conditions.

Reply to question 347 recommended/

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/03/23

Reply to question 347 approved

GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLCE
Date: 01/04/2020

31 March 2020 - NW276

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

(a) What number of K78 roadblocks were conducted in each municipality in the Western Cape from 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2019 and (b) on what date was each roadblock conducted?

Reply:

  1. The number of K78 roadblocks, which were conducted in each municipality in the Western Cape, from 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2019, is reflected in If\e table below:

Municipality

Number of roadblocks

Bergrivier

22

8reede Rivier

44

Cape Agulhas

47

City of Cape Town (Metropole)

202

Drakenstein

5

George

30

Hessequa

20

Kannaland

2

Knysna

14

Laingsburg

13

Langeberq

41

IVlatzikama

23

Mossel Bay

20

Oudtshoorn

4

Overstrand

68

Prins Albert

37

Saldanha

27

Swartland

21

Swetlendam

4

Theewaterskloof

54

Witzenberg

33

  1. The dates on which the roadblocks were conducted, are reflected in the table

below:

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

Berqrivier

2019-01-25

 

2019-02-22

 

2019-03-29

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-08-17

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-12-10

 

2019-04-22

 

2019-12-23

 

2019-12-24

 

2019-01-04

 

2019-01-18

 

2019-02-08

 

2019-02-15

 

2019-03-01

 

2019-03-20

 

2019-04-06

 

” 2019-04-22

 

20J 9-05-18

 

2019-08-10

 

2019-08-24

 

2019-10-05

 

2019-10-19

Breede Rivier

2019-02-04

 

2019-04-20

 

2019-05-11

 

2019-06-01

 

2019-08-10

 

2019-08-24

 

2019-09-07

 

2019-09-28

 

2019-10-12

 

2019-10-26

 

2019-11-02

 

2019- J 1-23

 

2019-12-07

 

2019-12-14

 

2019-12-21

 

2019-12-28

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-10-15

 

2019-12-13

 

2019-12-20

 

2019-01-07

 

2019-01-14

 

2019-01-21

 

2019-04-09

 

2019-04-IN

 

2019-04-18 "

 

2019-05-16

 

2019-05-28

 

2019-11-06

 

2019-06-J 2

 

2019-07-03

 

2019-07-16

 

2019-08-01

 

2019-08-08

 

2019-08-15

 

2019-J 0-17

 

2019-10-31

 

2019-1 J -01

 

2019-11-15

 

2019-11-08

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-12-12

 

2019-12-22

 

2019-12-24

 

2019-12-30

Cape Agulhas

2019-01-02

 

2019-01-24

 

2019-02-21

 

2019-02-10

 

2019-02-16

 

2019-02-17

 

2019-02-15

 

2019-03-22

 

2019-02-10

 

2019-02-06

 

2019-OF-03

 

2019-08-20

 

2019-12-02

 

2019-12-21

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-08-22

 

2019-10-15

 

2019-11-08

 

2019-11-29

 

2019-12-13

 

201902-22

 

2019-06-21

 

2019-06-28

 

2019-11-29

 

2019-01-11

 

2019-01-24

 

2019-02-13

 

2019-02-26

 

2019-03-01

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-05-14

 

2019-05-24

 

2019-06-20

 

2019-07-10

 

2019-07-26

 

2019-08-16

 

2019-08-22

 

2019-09-10

 

2019-09-17

 

2019-10-17

 

2019-10-24

 

2019-11-08

 

2019-12-04

 

2019-12-06

 

2019-12-12

 

2019-12-13

 

2019-12-23

City of Cape Town (Metropole)

2019-02-24

 

2019-04-21

 

2019-06-16

 

2019-01-25

 

2019-01-31

 

” 2019-07-16

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-11-04

 

2019-01-18

 

2019-07-11

 

2019-08- J 6

 

2019-10-23

 

2019-11-22

 

2019-11-23

 

2019-12-14

 

2019-12-30

 

2019-01-0 1

 

2019-08-08

 

2019-01-04

 

2019-01-11

 

2019-01-18

 

2019-01-18

 

2019-01-25

 

2019-02-01

 

2019-02-08

 

2019-02-15

 

2019-02-22

 

2019-03-0 1

 

2019-03-08

 

2019-03-15

 

2019-03-29

 

2019-03-22

 

2019-04-05

 

2019-04-12

 

20J 9-04-18

 

2019-04-25

 

2019-04-26

 

2019-05-03

 

2019-05-10

 

2019-05-17

 

2019-05-24

 

2019-05-3 1

 

2019-06-07

 

2019-06-12

 

2019-06-14

 

2019-06-21

 

2019-06-28

 

2019-07-05

 

2019-07-12

 

2019-07-19

 

2019-07-26

 

2019-08-02

 

2019-08-16

 

2019-08-23

 

2019-08-30

 

2019-09-13

 

2019-09-20

 

2019-09-27

 

2019-10-04

 

2019-10-11

 

2019-10-11

 

2019-10- J 8

 

2019-10-25

 

2019-11-08

5

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-11-15

 

2019-11-15

 

2019-11-22

 

2o1e-11-22

 

2019-11-23

 

2019-11-24

 

2019-11-29

2019-11-01

 

2019-12-06

 

2019-12-06

 

2019-12-11

 

2019-12-13

 

2019-12-20

 

2019-12-27

 

2019-12-27

 

2019-12-31

 

2019-01-31

 

2019-03-16

 

2019-04-19

 

2019-05-24

 

2019-06-25

 

2019-07-12

 

2019-07-26

 

2019-08-02

 

2019-08-10

 

2019-08-24

 

 

2019-08-31

 

 

2019-09-07

 

 

2019-09-14

 

 

2019-09-20

 

2019-09-27

 

2019-09-28

 

2019-10-05

 

2019-10-19

 

2019-10-26

 

2019-11-01

 

2019-11-15

 

2019-11-25

 

2018-12-10

 

2019-12-22

 

2019-12-26

 

2019-12-31

 

2019-11-28

 

2019-12-04

 

2019-02-10

 

2019-02-16

 

2019-03-01

 

2019-03-10

 

2019-03-11

 

2019-03-14

 

2019-03-22

 

2019-04-04

 

2019-04-07

 

2019-04-11

 

2019-04-12

 

2019-04-13

 

2019-04-19

Municipality

 

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-04-21

 

2019-04-27

 

2019-05-13

 

2019-05-14

 

2019-05-24

 

2019-05-31

 

2019-06-0 1

 

2019-06-14

 

201g-06-z4

 

2019-06-29

 

2019-07-05

 

2019-07-12

 

2019-07-19

 

2019-07-26

 

2019-08-04

 

2019-08-16

 

2019-09-13

 

20J 9-09-20

 

2019-10-04

 

20J 9-10-05

 

2019-10-11

 

2019-10-18

 

20J 9-10-25

 

2019-11-15

 

2019-12-20

 

2019-09-22

 

2019-02-22

 

2019-04-01

 

2019-06-26

 

2019-07-17

 

2019-08-02

 

2019-08-07

 

2019-11-01

 

2019-01-20

 

20J 9-05-19

 

2019-06-16

 

20J 9-10-05

 

20J 9-10-13

 

2019-11-03

 

2019-03-09

 

2019-03-25

 

20J 9-06-13

 

2019-08-02

 

2019-08-02

 

2019-12-27

 

2019-04-30

 

2019-04-21

 

2019-04-21

 

2019-05-26

 

2019-06-16

 

2019-01-05

 

2019-01-12

 

2019-01-26

 

2019-02-02

 

2019-02-09

 

2019-02-16

 

2019-02-23

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-07-20

 

2019-08-03

 

2019-08-10

 

2019-08-17

 

2019-08-24

 

2019-08-31

 

2019-10-05

 

2019-10-12

 

2019-10-19

 

2019-10-26

 

2019-11-23

 

2019-11-30

 

2019-12-16

 

2019-09-02

 

2019-01-25

 

2019-02-22

 

2019-03-29

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-04-27

 

2019-11-20

 

2019-11-26

 

2019-07-27

 

2019-08-31

 

2019-10-11

 

2019-12-31

Drakenstein

2019-01-27

 

2019-06-13

 

2019-06-22

 

2019-11-18

 

2019-12-04

Geor9e

2019-03-16

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-06-14

 

2019-08-21

 

2019-01-01

 

2019-01-04

 

2019-01-05

 

2019-02-23

 

2019-03-30

 

2019-04-10

 

” 2019-04-13

 

2019-04-22

 

2019-06-28

 

2019-06-30

 

2019-08-28

 

2019-00-29

 

2019-09-03

 

2019-11-29

 

2019-12-20

 

2019-12-26

 

2019-12-31

 

2019-06-24

 

2019-09-25

 

2019-09-26

 

2019-12-05

 

2019-12-06

 

2019-02-06

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-12-07

 

2019-12-07

 

2019-12-07

Hessequa

2019-02-19

 

2019-03-15

 

2019-04-19

 

2016-05-10

 

2019-05-18

 

2019-05-31

 

2019-06-14

 

2019-08-10

 

2019-09-21

 

2019-10-04

 

2019-12-07

 

2019-02-28

 

2019-07-08

 

2019-12-03

 

2019-01-24

 

2019-05-25

 

2019-06-24

 

2019-09-11

 

2019-11-0 1

 

2019-12-20

Kannaland

2019- 1-01

 

2019-12-20

Knysna

2019-01-18

 

2019-02-15

 

2019-03-23

 

2019-04-20

 

2019-04-26

 

2019-06-15

 

2019-06-21

 

2019-07-27

 

2019-08-24

 

2019-09-21

 

2019-10-25

 

2019-11-27

 

2019-12-09

 

2019-12-19

Laingsburg

2019-01-10

 

2019-01-29

 

2019-02-28

 

2019-03-20

 

20J 9-04-18

 

2019-04-20

 

2019-07-12

 

2019-09-13

 

2019-10-18

 

2019-11-23

 

2019-11-29

 

2019-12-21

 

2019-12-27

Langeberg

2019-02-03

 

2019-03-17

 

2019-04-13

 

2019-05-25

 

2019-06-08

9

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-07-09

 

2019-07-21

 

2019-08-03

 

2019-09-22

 

2019-10-04

 

2019-11-09

 

2019-12-21

 

2019-01-02

 

2019-01-01

 

2019-01-02

 

” 2019-01-01

 

2019-01-12

 

2019-01-30

 

2019-02-01

 

2019-02-16

 

2019-03-23

 

2019-04-13

 

2019-05-04

 

2019-07-20

 

2019-07-27

 

2019-08-31

 

2019-09-05

 

2016-11-08

 

2019-11-16

 

2019-11-22

 

2010-12-07

 

2019-01-09

 

2019-01-25

 

2019-03-22

 

2019-04-24

 

2019-06-12

 

2019-08-02

 

2019-08-13

 

2019-12-24

 

2019-12-30

 

2019-12-31

Matzikama

2019-01-01

 

2019-01-02

 

2019-02-02

 

20J 9-02-04

 

2019-03-01

 

2019-03-03

 

2019-04-04

 

2019-05-06

 

2019-02-07

 

2019-06-02

 

2019-06-03

 

2019-07-02

 

2019-07-03

 

2019-08-01

 

2019-08-03

 

2019-08-06

 

2019-09-01

 

2019-09-04

 

2019-10-01

 

2019-10-04

 

2019-11-01

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-12-D1

 

2019-12-04

Mossel Bay

2019-03-02

 

2019-05-11

 

2019-05-24

 

2019-05-25

 

2019-07-05

 

2019-08-02

 

2019-09-14

 

2010-09-27

 

2019-09-28

 

2019-10- J 1

 

2019-10-12

 

2019-10-25

 

2019-10-26

 

2019-11-08

 

2019-11-22

 

2019-11-23

 

2019-12-06

 

2019-12-07

 

2019-12-20

 

2019-12-21

Oudtshoorn

2019-03-18

 

2019-09-06

 

2019-12-21

 

2019-12-27 ”

Overstrand

2019-01-24

 

2019-02-22

 

2019-03-09

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-04-29

 

2019-06-28

 

2019-09-23

 

2019-10-18

 

2019-01-19

 

2019-01-25

 

2019-01-30

 

2019-01-31

 

2019-02-02

 

2019-02-07

 

2019-02-16

 

2019-02-28

 

2019-03-02

 

2019-03-15

 

2019-03-15

 

2019-03-16

 

2019-03-22

 

2019-03-27

 

2019-03-29

 

2019-03-30

 

2019-04-12

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-04-21

 

2019-04-25

 

2019-05-04

 

2019-05-11

 

2019-05-18

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-05-25

 

2019-06-06

 

2019-06-08

 

2019-06-11

 

2019-06-29

 

2019-07-04

 

2019-07-13

 

2019-07-17

 

2019-07-20

 

2019-07-27

 

2019-08-03

 

2019-08-08

 

2019-08-17

 

2019-08-24

 

2019-08-31

 

2019-09-14

 

2019-09-17

 

2019-09-28

 

2019-09-28

 

2019-10-11

 

2019-10-12

 

2019-11-02

 

2019-11-15

 

2019-11-22

 

2019-11-29

 

2019-12-07

 

2019-12-14

 

2019-12-19

 

2019-12-21

 

2019-12-31

 

2019-04-10

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-04-21

 

2019-12-27

 

2019-02-04

 

2019-07-17

 

2019-12-13

Prins Albert

2019-12-05

 

2019-12-08

 

2019-01-08

 

2019-01-05

 

2019-03-22

 

2019-03-18

 

2019-03-07

 

2019-03-22

 

2019-03-18

 

2019-05-29

 

2019-05-22

 

2019-05-29

 

2019-05-22

 

2019-06-10

 

2019-06-24

 

2019-06-25

 

2019-06-26

 

2019-06-26

 

2019-06-27

 

2019-06-28

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-06-29

 

2019-07-15

 

2019-07-11

 

2019-0B-20

 

2019-09-26

 

2019-09-26

 

20J 9-10-18

 

2019-12-05

 

2019-12-05

 

2019-12-06

 

2019-12-07

 

2019-12-07

 

2019-12-08

 

2019-01-05

 

2019-01-06

 

2019-02-02

 

2019-03-02 "

Saldanha

20 9-12-Z0

 

2019-01-25

 

2019-02-21

 

2019-03-03

 

2019-04-19

 

2019-01-18

 

2019-02-18

 

2019-03-10

 

2019-04-11

 

2019-06-12

 

2019-07-27

 

2019-08-30

 

2019-09-06

 

20J 9-09-21

 

2019-10-19

 

2019-11-23

 

20J 9-12-06

 

2019- J2-28

 

2019-02-01

 

2019-03-08

 

2019-03-30

 

2019-04-21

 

204 9-04-27

 

2019-11-15

 

2019-12-13

 

2019-12-17

 

2019-12-27

Swartland

2o1g-o4-18

 

2019-12-06

 

2019-12-13

 

2019-01-10

 

2019-01-17

 

2019-01-24

 

2019-02-12

 

2019-02-14

 

2019-03-08

 

2019-03-21

 

2019-04-1 J

 

2019-04-22

 

2019-06-29

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-07-16

 

2019-08-22

 

2019-08-29

 

2o‹e-o9-22

 

2019-10-10

2019-12-11 “

 

2019-12-26

 

2019-12-29

Swellendam

2019-02-08

 

2019-04-28

 

2019-07-12

 

2019-11-15

Theewaterskloof

2019-01-01

 

2019-01-04

 

2019-01-07

 

2019-01-23

 

2019-01-23

 

2019-02-09

 

2019-02-12

 

2019-02-22

 

2019-03-02

 

2019-03-26

 

2019-03-02

 

2019-03-26

 

2019-03-02

 

2019-03-26

 

2019-04-05

 

2019-04-20

 

2019-04-26

 

2019-05-04

 

2010-05-18

 

2019-05-31

 

2019-06-08

 

2019-06-16

 

2010-06-08

 

2019-06-16

 

2019-07-15

 

2016-07-28

 

2019-08-10

 

2019-08-31

 

2019-09-01

 

2019-09-27

 

2019-12-01

 

2019-12-13

 

2019-12-26

 

2019-01-26

 

2019-03-03

 

2019-09-22

 

2019-04-21

 

2019-05-03

 

2019-05-10

 

2019-05-24

 

2019-05-31

 

2019-06-07

 

2019-06-21

 

2019-07-05

 

2019-07-26

Municipality

Date of roadblocks

 

2019-08-23

 

2019-09-20

 

2019-10-04

 

2019-09-25

 

20J 9-11-01

 

20J 9-12-01

 

2019-12-12

 

 

2019-12-20

 

 

2019-12-29

Witzenberg

2019-01-05

 

2019-01-16

 

2019-01-11

 

2019-01-11

 

2019-01-11

 

2019-01-25

 

2019-02-15

 

2019-03-09

 

2019-04-07

 

2019-04-18

 

2019-05-27

 

2019 06-22

 

2019-06-23

 

2019-08-06

 

2019-10-29

 

2019-11-17

 

2019-12•29

 

2019-02-02

 

2019-02-15

 

2o1g-o3 19

 

2019-03-29

 

2019-04-12

 

2019-09-23

 

2019-09-25

 

2019-09-26

 

20 9-10-08

 

2019-10-15

 

2019-10-22

 

2019-11-05

 

2019-11-25

"

 

2019- 2-03

 

2019-12-17

 

2019-12-24

Reply to question 276 recommended/not recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date:

Reply to question 276 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE
DATE: 4/04/2020

09 March 2020 - CW09

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Mathevula, Ms B to ask the Minister of Police

How many (a) cases have been reported to the police in Litsitele in the Mopani District Municipality in Limpopo regarding farmers who abuse workers and (b) farmers have been (i) arrested and (ii) prosecuted so far in this regard?

Reply:

(a) Twelve (12) cases have been reported to the police in Letsitele in Limpopo.

(b)(i) Ten (10) farmers have been arrested. This differs from the reply to question 306 of 2019 as three (3) persons were arrested and charged with one (1) of the farmers.

(b)(ii) Three (3) farmers have been found guilty. In eight (8) cases the charges against them were withdrawn and one (1) case is still pending. (The other three (3) farmers reported in question 306 were persons found guilty with the farmer and one (1) case against one of the accomplices were withdrawn.)

(Information now includes financial years 2014/2015 to 2018/2019 and up until the end of the 3rd quarter of 2019/2020.

09 March 2020 - CW16

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Londt, Mr J to ask the Minister of Police

(1) With reference to his reply to Question 106 on 13 April 2018, (a) where are the (i) tactical response, (ii) public order policing and (iii) stock theft units located, (b) how much is the budget for each unit and (c) how many police officers are in each unit; (2) (a) what is the (i) name and (ii) rank of each Rural Safety Coordinator and (b) where is each located?

Reply:

(1)(a)(i)(b)(c)

The location of the Tactical Response Team (TRT) Units, the budget for each unit and the number of police officers in each unit, are reflected in the tables below:

Eastern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Mdantsane

R515 311,00

22

 

Motherwell

R935 200,00

32

 

East London

R600 000,00

21

 

Mount Road

R825 000,00

33

 

Cofimvaba

R900 000,00

6

Free State

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Park Road

R1 598 695,00

40

 

Selosesha

R1 051 717,00

20

Gauteng

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Benoni

*The total budget for the Gauteng TRT units, is R5 908 226,00

42

 

Johannesburg Central

 

116

 

Pretoria Central

 

71

 

Vereeniging

 

38

*Due to the process of implementation of additional TRT Units in Gauteng, the budget has not yet been allocated to individual units.

KwaZulu-Natal

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Durban Central

R1 726 400,00

24

 

Inanda

R1 760 000,00

31

 

Ulundi

R1 227 000,00

22

 

Empangeni

R68 000,00

27

 

Ladysmith

R618 000,00

15

 

Pietermaritzburg

R1 046 000,00

29

 

Umlazi

R975 000,00

25

 

Port Shepstone

R1 351 000,00

35

 

Phoenix

R1 409 000,00

35

Limpopo

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Polokwane

R3 501 748,00

78

 

Thohoyandou

 

23

 

Tzaneen

 

5

Mpumalanga

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Pienaar

R849 280,00

36

 

Witbank

R459 071,00

25

North West

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Brits

R478 100,00

18

 

Klerksdorp

R1 338 200,00

38

 

Mahikeng

R754 000,00

19

 

Rustenburg

R1 650 000,00

22

Northern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Unit

Kimberley

R2 124 856,00

32

Western Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Khayelitsha

R898 500,00

34

 

Cape Town

R473 000,00

38

 

Nyanga

R188 000,00

32

 

Mitcells Plain

R245 000,00

23

(1)(a)(ii)(b)(c)

The location of the Public Order Policing (POP) Units, the budget for each unit and the number of police officers in each unit, are reflected in the tables below:

Eastern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Port Elizabeth

R5 000 000,00

157

 

East London

R3 000 000,00

168

 

Mthatha

R4 000 000,00

137

 

Queenstown

R3 000 000,00

94

 

Aliwal North

R1 000 000,00

43

 

Cradock

R1 100 000,00

42

 

Lusikisiki

R1 000 000,00

50

Free State

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Bloemfontein

R7 438 530,00

172

 

Bethlehem

R4 102 218,00

61

 

Welkom

R4 339 973,00

107

 

Selosesha

Included in the budget of Bloemfontein POP

52

 

Sasolburg

Included in the budget of Welkom POP

25

 

Phuthaditjhaba

Included in the budget of Bethlehem POP

46

Gauteng

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Johannesburg Central

*The total budget for the Gauteng POP units, is R8 761 123,00

272

 

Dunnottar

 

191

 

Pretoria Central

 

41

 

Vereeniging

 

144

 

National POP Reserve, Gauteng

R12 281 222,00

304

*Due to the process of implementation of additional POP Units in Gauteng, the budget has not yet been allocated to individual units.

KwaZulu-Natal

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Marianhill

R11 648 000,00

357

 

Alexandra Road

R6 446 000,00

172

 

Ulundi

R5 251 000,00

120

 

Empangeni

R5 381 000,00

143

 

Newcastle

R3 914 000,00

111

 

Port Shepstone

R5 053 000,00

111

 

National POP Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal

R5 000 000,00

112

Limpopo

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Polokwane

R4 822 652,00

119

 

Groblersdal (subunit of the Polokwane POP)

 

21

 

Thohoyandou

R4 556 089,00

141

 

Makhado (subunit of the Thohoyandou POP)

 

27

 

Giyani

R2 889 000,00

98

 

Tzaneen (subunit of the Giyani POP)

 

41

 

Modimolle

R1 972 000,00

49

 

Lephalale

R1 007 000,00

31

 

Burgersfort

R948 000,00

44

Mpumalanga

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Hazyview

R1 402 265,00

112

 

KwaMhlanga

R1 508 270,00

73

 

Middelburg

R544 065,00

48

 

Secunda

R677 059,00

41

 

National POP Reserve, Mpumalanga

R5 000 000,00

84

North West

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Phokeng

R6 122 817,00

164

 

Mmabatho

R4 045 425,00

156

 

Potchefstroom

R4 181 308,00

123

Note: Klipgat and Vryburg POP Units are in the process of being established and will be populated with members from the current POP Units

Northern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Kimberley

R11 179 605,00

140

 

Upington

 

87

 

Kuruman

 

41

 

De Aar

 

38

 

Springbok

 

35

Western Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Cape Town

R5 334 000,00

216

 

Paarl

R3 444 300,00

98

 

George

R3 371 200,00

106

 

National POP Reserve, Cape Town

R5 000 000,00

119

(1)(a)(iii)(b)(c)

The location of the Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units, the budget for each unit and the number of police officers in each unit, are reflected in the tables below:

Eastern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Alice

*R10 300 000,00

12

 

Aliwal North

 

11

 

Barkly East

 

7

 

Butterworth

 

6

 

Cradock

 

8

 

East London

 

8

 

Elliot

 

12

 

Flagstaff

 

8

 

Graaff-Reinet

 

4

 

Grahamstown

 

21

 

Jeffreysbay

 

9

 

King Williamstown

 

19

 

Maluti

 

41

 

Mbizana

 

9

 

Mqanduli

 

5

 

Mthatha

 

17

 

Queenstown

 

21

 

Qumbu

 

10

 

Somerset East

 

8

 

Sterkspruit

 

9

 

Tsolo

 

9

 

Uitenhage

 

11

* The budget is managed and monitored by the Provincial Head Office.

Free State

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Bethulie

R877 296,00

8

 

Bultfontein

R760 969,00

10

 

Fouriesburg

R861 721,00

10

 

Heilbron

R1 452 373,00

16

 

Kestell

R883 083,00

11

 

Ladybrand

R1 858 634,00

 9

 

Odendaalsrus

R943 771,00

13

 

Park Road

R1 704 465,00

21

 

Phuthaditjaba

R2 599 014,00

12

 

Vrede

R922 206,00

14

 

Wepener

R725 793,00

7

Gauteng

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Cullinan

R1 484 377,00

9

 

Vereeniging

R1 346 053,00

11

KwaZulu-Natal

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Bergville

R1 325 000,00

12

 

Estcourt

R1 675 000,00

24

 

Glencoe

R1 611 000,00

20

 

Greytown

R1 284 000,00

14

 

Himeville

R1 310 000,00

17

 

Hluhluwe

R1 113 000,00

16

 

Impendle

R1 210 000,00

12

 

Kokstad

R1 572 000,00

23

 

Kwambonambi

R1 812 000,00

18

 

Ladysmith

R1 890 000,00

18

 

Melmoth

R2 341 000,00

18

 

Nongoma

R1 633 000,00

15

 

Nquthu

R1 489 000,00

12

 

Pietermaritzburg

R1 630 000,00

16

 

Vryheid

R2 218 000,00

21

 

Utrecht

R1 639 000,00

20

Limpopo

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Giyani

R742 000,00

7

 

Lebowakgomo

R1 000 000,00

10

 

Maake

R1 041 000,00

9

 

Makhado

R664 000,00

10

 

Marble Hall

R775 000,00

6

 

Modimolle

R1 600 000,00

11

 

Musina

R839 000,00

4

 

Polokwane

R836 000,00

11

Mpumalanga

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Acornhoek

R605 661.00

9

 

Bethal

R472 534.00

10

 

Elukwatini

R497 123.00

9

 

Ermelo

R923 898.00

10

 

Middelburg

R933 951.00

13

 

Piet Retief

R699 070.00

11

 

Standerton

R577 717.00

11

 

Siyabuswa

R1 293 390.00

15

 

Skukuza

R441 000.00

12

 

Tonga

R445 945.00

5

 

Wakkerstroom

R876 684.00

11

North West

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Jericho

R1 363 000,00

9

 

Lehurutshe

R1 789 150,00

10

 

Mahikeng

R1 444 000,00

11

 

Phokeng

R1 538 500,00

16

 

Sannieshof

R1 469 500,00

17

 

Stilfontein

R1 856 000,00

16

 

Vryburg

R1 727 199,00

15

Northern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Calvinia

R367 047,00

10

 

De Aar

R820 121,00

14

 

Kimberley

R965 765,00

16

 

Kuruman

R415 637,00

11

 

Postmasburg

R237 184,00

8

 

Springbok

R649 147,00

5

 

Upington

R891 936,00

9

Western Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Beaufort West

R683 600,00

10

 

Kuilsrivier

R450 200,00

7

 

Malmesbury

R1 128 000,00

10

 

Oudtshoorn

R991 500,00

14

 

Swellendam

R847 000,00

14

 

Worcester

R445 900,00

6

(2)(a)(i)(ii)(b) The names, ranks and location of each Rural Safety Coordinator, are reflected in the tables below:

Eastern Cape

(a)(i) Name

(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Russon

Lieutenant Colonel

Provincial Visible Policing

Jacobs

Captain

Provincial Visible Policing

Ncithi

Constable

Alice

Dyido

Sergeant

Balfour

Sondela

Sergeant

Chungwa

Basson

Warrant Officer

Doringkloof

Matikinca

Constable

Fort Beaufort

Wessels

Sergeant

Healdtown

Zixesha

Sergeant

Hogsback

Mpepo

Warrant Officer

Keiskammahoek

Simelani

Sergeant

Middledrift

Hecter

Warrant Officer

Aliwal North

Carstens

Warrant Officer

Burgersdorp

HP Coetzee

Warrant Officer

Floukraal

Siko

Warrant Officer

Jamestown

Alcock

Warrant Officer

Lady Grey

Mosoabuli

Sergeant

Maletswai

Malgas

Captain

Palmietfontein

Mdwaba

Warrant Officer

Phumalanga

GAP de Leeuw

Sergeant

Steynsburg

Simanga

Warrant Officer

Venterstad

Qwaqwa MW

Warrant Officer

Butterworth

Malova PA

Sergeant

Centane

Ngceba A

Sergeant

Dutywa

Gwebityala R

Warrant Officer

Elliotdale

Mahlanza M

Warrant Officer

Kei Bridge

Lwana M

Warrant Officer

Msobomvu

Buda MA

Warrant Officer

Ngqamakwe

Siziba M

Sergeant

Willowvale

Nofemela MC

Constable

Bholotwa

Tywayi

Sergeant

Bridge Camp

Nobongoza TH

Sergeant

Cala

Mfiki O

Constable

Cofimvaba

Twaise

Warrant Officer

Dalasile

CM Vava

Constable

Ngcobo

N Ngwenze

Constable

Tsomo

ZC Williams

Sergeant

Adelaide

L A Van Zuydam

Warrant Officer

Bedford

CRJ Geyer

Warrant Officer

Cookhouse

HW Alberts

Warrant Officer

Cradock

LE Ngqazo           

Constable

Hofmeyr

D Brien     

Constable

Middelburg (EC)

WI Pretorius           

Warrant Officer

Tarkastad

N Nqinileyo

Sergeant

Chalumna

S Ponti

Warrant Officer

Kidds Beach

Godwana

Sergeant

Scenery Park

ME Jemolane

Constable

Barkly East

QS Pautz

Sergeant

Dordrecht

B Ntshingana

Warrant Officer

Elliot

GT Nondlobo

Warrant Officer

Ida

ZB Magawu

Constable

Indwe

NJ Gadezweni

Warrant Officer

Maclear

SS Kumeke

Constable

Rhodes

Z Wopula

Warrant Officer

Rossouw

ZL Mphaipheli

Constable

Ugie

REG Kombella

Constable

Aberdeen

GD Rautenbach

Constable

Baviaanskloof

MJ Du Plessis

Warrant Officer

Graaff-Reinet

M Venter

Warrant Officer

Jansenville

CJ Phiri

Constable

Klipplaat

EC Goliath

Constable

Pearston

QN Gardner

Sergeant

Rietbron

CJ Van Huysteen

Warrant Officer

Somerset East

D Blaauw

Warrant Officer

Willowmore

Faxi

Constable

Alicedale

Xibiya

Constable

Committees

Nzweni

Constable

Fort Brown

Ncanywa

Sergeant

Peddie

Faltain

Constable

Riebeeck East

Ncapayi

Sergeant

Seven Fountains

Mbatsha

Sergeant

Tyefu

CJ Plaatjies

Warrant Officer

Hankey

D Josias

Warrant Officer

Joubertina

J Meyer

Warrant Officer

Kareedouw

HE Geissler

Warrant Officer

Patensie

N Kruger

Warrant Officer

Stormsriver

T Serfontein

Sergeant

Thornhill

Madindi Z

Captain

Bisho

Stoto U

Constable

Bholo

Badi N

Constable

Dimbaza

Cweya K

Constable

Kei Road

Ruiters D

Warrant Officer

King Williamstown

Somdyala HT

Warrant Officer

Kubusiedrift

Makini MJ

Warrant Officer

Ndevana

Bokfal MS

Constable

Punzana

Lande TG

Warrant Officer

Steve Vukilwe Tshwete

Julyan B

Warrant Officer

Stutterheim

Ulana B

Warrant Officer

Tamara

Mjoni

Constable

Zele

Z Mbumba

Warrant Officer

Berlin

Metu

Sergeant

Bluewater

Z Msutu

Warrant Officer

Kei Mouth

Mayuyu

Warrant Officer

Komga

Potwana

Sergeant

Macleantown

Cetywayo

Warrant Officer

Mooiplaas

XJ Kondlo

Sergeant

Kinkelbos

AT Botha

Warrant Officer

Paterson

Magocoba

Captain

Mbizana

Mbooi

Sergeant

Kwandengane

Banjwa

Sergeant

Mount Ayliff

Sogoni

Sergeant

Mount Frere

Jozela

Warrant Officer

Mpisi

Pillay

Sergeant

Mzamba

Sicongwana

Constable

Ntabankulu

MS Morai

Warrant Officer

Afsondering

M Vikwa

Constable

Avondale

L Jijana

Sergeant

Cedarville

V Sithoza

Warrant Officer

Elands Height

N Duma

Sergeant

Katkop

BE Bhuntsa

Warrant Officer

Lukholweni

B Noqobo

Warrant Officer

Maluti

NC Jarha

Constable

Matatiele

AK Makeke

Warrant Officer

Mbizeni

MN Philani

Constable

Mount Fletcher

NT Nakeni

Constable

Pholile

N Myakayaka

Constable

Tabase

P Dyantyi

Constable

Zamuxolo

Ntsinka

Warrant Officer

Bityi

Zantile

Warrant Officer

Coffee Bay

CM Gagai

Captain

Flagstaff

MB Mahleba

Warrant Officer

Hlababomvu

Mnyenyevu

Warrant Officer

Kwaaiman

Mlahlwa

Warrant Officer

Libode

G Ngqinjana

Captain

Lusikisiki

Libazi

Captain

Mthatha

SV Xauka

Warrant Officer

Mtontsasa

Zawula

Captain

Mqanduli

Ngongo

Sergeant

Ngangelizwe

Mlata

Constable

Ngqeleni

T Lindi

Lieutenant Colonel

Port St Johns

Jayiya

Constable

Qumbu

Dlephu

Constable

Sulenkama

Mnyamalala

Warrant Officer

Tina Falls

Mfino

Warrant Officer

Tsolo

L Muller

Warrant Officer

Alexandria

S Gobizembe

Constable

Bathurst

F Ajah

Warrant Officer

Bell

TB Yotwana

Sergeant

Hamburg

Lawula S

Constable

Kenton-on-Sea

T Zuzani

Warrant Officer

Moyeni

T Louw

Warrant Officer

Port Alfred

J van Aarde

Warrant Officer

Seafield

T Mjiba

Constable

Cathcart

Maegwana

Constable

Ezibeleni

KG Ngwane

Constable

Glen Grey

CZ Peter

Warrant Officer

Henderson

Meyi

Sergeant

Ilinge

Kilani

Warrant Officer

Kleinbulhoek

Z Bolintaba

Sergeant

Kolomane

Ndara

Warrant Officer

Lady Frere

H Nel

Warrant Officer

Mlungisi

WS Koekemoer

Warrant Officer

Molteno

Bana

Constable

Ntabethemba

M Zingelwa

Warrant Officer

Queenstown

C Steyn

Warrant Officer

Sterkstroom

Simana

Warrant Officer

Thomas River

Z Mxoli

Warrant Officer

Thornhill Ciskei

KA Gazi

Sergeant

Tylden

Z Qonde

Sergeant

Whittlesea

AW Gouza

Constable

Addo

C Stiemie

Warrant Officer

Kirkwood

R Goldshagg

Sergeant

Steytlerville

R Deysel

Warrant Officer

Wolwefontein

Free State

(a)(i) Name

(ii) Rank

(b) Location

B Claassens

Warrant Officer

Arlington

E Schoeman

Warrant Officer

Bethlehm

H Steyn

Warrant Officer

Clarens

M Tshele

Warrant Officer

Fouriesburg

P Maartens

Sergeant

Lindley

F Masweu

Sergeant

Paul Roux

Bezuidenhout

Warrant Officer

Petrus Steyn

L Mosia

Warrant Officer

Reitz

M Sehloho

Warrant Officer

Roadside

Motholo

Warrant Officer

Tweeling

T Khaka

Sergeant

Clocolan

H Harnoster

Constable

Ficksburg

H Jacobs

Warrant Officer

Kommissiepoort

C Naude

Warrant Officer

Ladybrand

M Zembe

Constable

Marquard

H Mallane

Sergeant

Rosendal

Lesetla

Warrant Officer

Senekal

D Nel

Warrant Officer

Edenville

R Seboloki

Warrant Officer

Heuningspruit

S Moletsane

Warrant Officer

Koppies

B Metler

Warrant Officer

Kroonstad

Mokoena

Warrant Officer

Maokeng

V Mpongo

Sergeant

Steynsrus

L Breedt

Warrant Officer

Vierfontein

Badenhorst

Warrant Officer

Viljoenskroon

A Hennop

Warrant Officer

Vredefort

O Tjhela

Warrant Officer

Bloemspruit

R Fourie

Warrant Officer

Brandfort

D Groenewalt

Warrant Officer

Glen

J Molaoa

Captain

Kagisanong

T Shabalala

Warrant Officer

Reddersbrg

T Mokoena

Warrant Officer

Verkeerdevlei

F du Toit

Warrant Officer

Bainsvlei

J Koortzen

Warrant Officer

Bayswater

M Ebersohn

Warrant Officer

Boshof

S Nyenzane

Sergeant

Dealesville

H Bester

Warrant Officer

Navalsig

A Welthagen

Warrant Officer

Parkroad

A Blaauw

Sergeant

Petrusburg

M Mohokare

Captain

Soutpan

D Nteo

Constable

Tierpoort

C Kleingeld

Warrant Officer

Harrismith

G Marais

Warrant Officer

Kestell

T Motloung

Warrant Officer

Makwane

M Kraai

Sergeant

Memel

A Bocibo

Constable

Namahadi

T Motaung

Warrant Officer

Phuthaditjhaba

T Mofokeng

Warrant Officer

Tseki

T Tsotetsi

Warrant Officer

Tseseng

M Maritz

Sergeant

Verkeykerskop

C Elhelrs

Warrant Officer

Vrede

Swart

Warrant Officer

Warden

T Thinane

Constable

Boithuso

M Masiza

Warrant Officer

Botshabelo

I Sebitloane

Constable

Excelsior

S Mokheseng

Constable

Hobhouse

T Rancho

Warrant Officer

Selosesha

M Mompati

Warrant Officer

Thaba Nchu

Litabe

Warrant Officer

Tweespruit

J Oosthuisen

Warrant Officer

Bethulie

Lindeboom

Warrant Officer

Dewetsdorp

Jonas

Warrant Officer

Gariepdam

M Magqerha

Constable

Goedemoed

K Mphou

Constable

Rouxville

S Bikishi

Sergeant

Smithfield

E Marais

Warrant Officer

Vanstadensrus

L Weber

Warrant Officer

Wepener

Lebusa

Sergeant

Zastron

D Wangra

Warrant Officer

Bronville

F van Aswegen

Warrant Officer

Hennenman

S Maredi

Warrant Officer

Theunissen

M Namane

Constable

Ventersburg

D Pretorius

Warrant Officer

Virginia

M Makau

Warrant Officer

Winburg

A Pienaar

Warrant Officer

Edenburg

A Nortje

Sergeant

Fauriesmith

G Wittles

Constable

Jacobsdal

H Ontong

Warrant Officer

Jagersfontein

L Groenewalt

Warrant Officer

Koffiefontein

T Ramolahlehi

Sergeant

Luckhoff

D van der Linde

Warrant Officer

Phillipolis

N Diamond

Constable

Springfontein

K Nqukuva

Warrant Officer

Steunmekaar

J van Rensburg

Warrant Officer

Trompsburg

B du Toit

Warrant Officer

Wanda

M Geldenhuys

Warrant Officer

Allanridge

F Pelser

Warrant Officer

Bothaville

N Cishana

Warrant Officer

Bultfontein

P Moss

Warrant Officer

Hertzogville

A Sebolai

Sergeant

Hoopstad

R Hamman

Sergeant

Odendaalsrus

J Venter

Captain

Welkom

C van der Berg

Warrant Officer

Wesselsbron

Radebe

Warrant Officer

Cornelia

L Mlambi

Sergeant

Deneysville

P Snyman

Captain

Heilbron

J Els

Warrant Officer

Mafube

Mofokeng

Warrant Officer

Orangeville

Le Roux

Warrant Officer

Parys

D Stroebel

Warrant Officer

Sasolburg

A Van Rooyen

Warrant Officer

Viljoensdrif

J Carelzen

Sergeant

Villiers

M Jacobs

Warrant Officer

Zamdela

Gauteng

(a)(i) Name

(ii) Rank

(b) Location

L Bekker

Sergeant

Benoni

J Stoltz

Warrant Officer

Brakpan

J van der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Crystal Park

B Lamola

Sergeant

Dawn Park

S Ndlovu

Warrant Officer

Putfontein

F du Toit

Warrant Officer

Devon

E Tshabalala

Constable

Duduza

J Bierman

Warrant Officer

Heidelburg

Bezuidenhout

Warrant Officer

Nigel

W Coetzer

Warrant Officer

Ratanda

M Mapukata

Captain

Springs

N Tebeila

Constable

Kempton Park

K Mokobodi

Sergeant

Olifantsfontein

H Berg

Captain

Tshwane District

G Theko

Warrant Officer

Lyttelton

W van der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Boshkop

M Scholtz

Warrant Officer

Bronkhorstspruit

M Masondo

Warrant Officer

Cullinan

M Malete

Warrant Officer

Ekangala

A Roetz

Sergeant

Kameeldrift

H Groenewald

Warrant Officer

Sinnoville

van der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Webekend

S Mokaa

Sergeant

Akasia

G Masilela

Sergeant

Dube

M Mokwena

Constable

Hammanskraal

E Mkhatshwa

Warrant Officer

Pretoria North

L Molebatsi

Warrant Officer

Soshanguve

N Venter

Warrant Officer

Erasmia

A Ngoako

Captain

Atteridgeville

M Makhafola

Warrant Officer

Hercules

M Hlako

Constable

Olievenhoutbosch

M Steyn

Warrant Officer

Muldersdrift

I Thobejane

Constable

Bekkersdal

M Motlhaoleng

Constable

Carltonville

J Esterhuysen

Warrant Officer

Fochville

J van der Berg

Sergeant

Hekpoort

T Molefe

Constable

Krugersdorp

C Luus

Sergeant

Magaliesburg

M Molokomme

Sergeant

Randfontein

S Thobela

Constable

Tarlton

N Martine

Sergeant

Westonaria

A Steyn

Warrant Officer

West Rand District

KwaZulu-Natal

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Chetty

Captain

KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Office

Nkabinde

Holloway

Ngubane

Captain

Clerk

Colonel

Amajuba Cluster

Swanepoel G

Ndima Nene

Lieutenant Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

EThekwini Central Cluster

Naicker

Memela

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

EThekwini Inner North

Maphumulo

Reddy

Ngobese

Lieutenant Colonel

Warrant Officer

Colonel

EThekwini Outer North

Govender D

Lans

Lieutenant Colonel

Clerk

EThekwini Inner South

Sunkel

Vilakazi

Lieutenant Colonel

Clerk

EThekwini Outer South

Singh

Jaca

Colonel

Sergeant

EThekwini West

Nzimande JT

Captain

Harry Gwala

RD Mathura

D Pillay

Sarika

Colonel

Warrant Officer

Clerk

ILembe

G de Lange

Lieutenant Colonel

Ugu

JS Wilkins

DV Pillay

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

UMgungundlovu North

Zondi

Captain

UMgungundlovu North

AB Masuku

Naidoo

Lieutenant Colonel

Captain

UMkhanyakude

FC Mkhwanazi

Zwane

Captain

Colonel

UMzinyathi

ME Madonsela

MP Hlongwane

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

UThukela

Msimango

Fakazi

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

King Cetshwayo

Mzinyane NNJ

Zondo

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

Zululand

VM Ndima

Captain

Newcastle

SS Sithebe

Constable

Charlestown

TW Majola

Warrant Officer

Dannhauser

Mhlongo

Constable

Groenvlei

MN Mngadi

Constable

Hattingspruit

DB Dube

Sergeant

Utrecht

SJ Mpanza

Sergeant

Ingogo

SS Khumalo

Sergeant

Kingsley

MM Madela

Sergeant

Madadeni

TVM Msibi

Captain

Normandien

RBO Mazibuko

Warrant Officer

Osizweni

Gumede

Sergeant

Inanda

R Singh

Captain

Verulam

RS Gounden

Warrant Officer

Tongaat

Sibiya

Warrant Officer

Kwandengezi

WC Nxumalo

Constable

Marianhill

N Gwala

Constable

Amanzimtoti

EV Yeni

Warrant Officer

Bhekithemba

GS Ngcamu

Constable

Folweni

NL Ntuli

Captain

Kwamakhutha

WV Makhanya

Warrant Officer

Umbumbulu

SB Myeza

Warrant Officer

Umkomaas

Strydom

Warrant Officer

Kokstad

Ndlovu

Warrant Officer

Bulwer

Bezeidehout

Warrant Officer

Creighton

Mthembu

Warrant Officer

Donnybrook

Vani

Warrant Officer

Franklin

Malamlela

Sergeant

Evatt

Xaba

Captain

Himeville

Chiliza

Captain

Highflats

Mkhize

Captain

Ixopo

Somhlahlo

Warrant Officer

Gowan Lea

Base

Warrant Officer

Intsekeni

Mahlawe

Captain

Ibisi

Memane

Captain

Umzimkhulu

Ntsie

Warrant Officer

Swartberg

BN Xulu

Warrant Officer

Kwadukuza

Mfolozi

Sergeant

Glendale

E.P Simamane

Sergeant

Ndwedwe

I Moodley

Warrant Officer

Newark

EP Ntuli

Sergeant

Sundumbili

T Nyawo

Sergeant

Umhlali

M Dladla

Warrant Officer

Nyoni

B Mzimela

Sergeant

Mandini

HS Makhoba

Warrant Officer

Maphumulo

TT Thusi

Warrant Officer

Nsuze

J Maree

Warrant Officer

Port Shepstone

Bhengu

Constable

Margate

E Qoza

Warrant Officer

Dududu

H Xaba

Sergeant

Gamalakhe

F Joji

Sergeant

Hibberdene

Mhlamvu

Sergeant

Harding

P Mqadi

Sergeant

Ezinqoleni

PG Radebe

Sergeant

Mehlomnyama

BP Hadebe

Warrant Officer

Msinsini

IS Mbili

Sergeant

Paddock

M van der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Port Edward

Ndamase

Sergeant

South Port

CM Mahlawe

Sergeant

Scottburgh

AMS Dlungwana

Warrant Officer

St Faiths

PM Magubane

Warrant Officer

Sawoti

IS Zondi

Constable

Umzinto

PG Boucher

Colonel

Mountain Rise

Rl Taylor

Warrant Officer

Howick

DA Dlamini

Captain

Mooi River

DV Gwala

Warrant Officer

Boston

Moonsamy

Warrant Officer

Cramond

Pillay

Warrant Officer

Dalton

Ngcobo

Warrant Officer

Harburg

VS Mngadi

Warrant Officer

Wartburb

JM Zondi

Warrant Officer

Impendle

NR Mshengu

Captain

Mphophomeni

VT Mngadi

Warrant Officer

New Hanover

van der Schyff

Warrant Officer

Nottingham Road

B Cele

Warrant Officer

Bishopstowe

PM Ngcobo

Warrant Officer

Rietvlei

BM Zondi

Brigadier

Pietermaritzburg

S Mthembu

Captain

Plessilaer

PD van Jaarsveld

Warrant Officer

Alexandra Road

PS Khumalo

Sergeant

Camperdown

N Zondi

Sergeant

Thornville

AJ Salzwedel

Warrant Officer

Hilton

S Van Zyl

Warrant Officer

Presbury

TE Chonco

Constable

Mid Illovo

TJ Vorster

Warrant Officer

Richmond

PM Jama

Warrant Officer

Taylors Halt

R Maharaj

Warrant Officer

Townhill

Buthelezi

Sergeant

Kwamsane

Ntshangase

Captain

Jozini

Mbatha

Sergeant

Mtubatuba

Mtambo

Captain

Emanguzi

Mgadi

Sergeant

Ezibayeni

Nxumalo

Captain

Hluhluwe

Ntshangase

Sergeant

Hlabisa

Zikhali

Sergeant

Mbazwana

Mafuleka

Sergeant

Ingwavuma

Mcwango

Constable

Mkuze

Ntshangase

Warrant Officer

Ndumo

NE Buthelezi

Sergeant

Dundee

MP Mnyandu

Warrant Officer

Greytown

BC Maseko

Warrant Officer

Wasbank

HM Mbeje

Warrant Officer

Nhlanhleni

SS Mthombeni

Warrant Officer

Helpmekaar

MP Sithole

Warrant Officer

Nquthu

AD Ramgoolam

Warrant Officer

Glencoe

PB Nxumalo

Sergeant

Nondweni

VO Ntuli

Warrant Officer

Ematimatolo

ZK Myaka

Captain

Kranskop

Zulu

Constable

Muden

JY Kundethe

Captain

Msinga

Kriel CJ

Warrant Officer

Ladysmith

Mbatha ME

Captain

Estcourt

De wet M

Sergeant

Bergville

Zwane BC

Constable

Colenso

Gama LG

Sergeant

Amangwe

Khumalo AM

Warrant Officer

Ntabamhlophe

Mazibuko SLM

Warrant Officer

Ematsheni

Mhakathi SC

Constable

Upper Tugela

Shabalala MM

Sergeant

Weenen

Dumaklude TP

Constable

Wembezi

Magudlela MC

Captain

Winterton

Sigaza SA

Warrant Officer

Besters

Shabalala AD

Warrant Officer

Ekuvukeni

Gininda NN

Constable

Elandslaagte

Maloi JS

Sergeant

Ezakheni

Dlamini BC

Sergeant

Van Reenen

Dludla

Captain

Empangeni

Mhlongo

Warrant Officer

Eshowe

Mathonsi

Warrant Officer

Richards Bay

Mdladla

Sergeant

Esikhaleni

Ntinga

Warrant Officer

Kwambonambi

Nxumalo

Warrant Officer

Ntambanana

Gumede

Sergeant

Gingindlovu

Mdlalose

Warrant Officer

Mbongolwane

Mavundla

Captain

Mtunzini

Khoza

Warrant Officer

Ekombe

Khumalo

Constable

Melmoth

Thusi

Constable

Nkandla

NPA Nichols

Warrant Officer

Vryheid

VC Mabika

Warrant Officer

Ulundi

TI Mdlalose

Warrant Officer

Babanango

ME Buthelezi

Warrant Officer

Ceza

NS Khumalo

Constable

Gluckstadt

NP Ndaba

Constable

Hlobane

Ntshangase

Warrant Officer

Louwsburg

BE Nxumalo

Sergeant

Pongola

Manyanga

Warrant Officer

Magudu

DBH Dlamini

Constable

Mahlabathini

Gabela

Warrant Officer

Mondlo

Nxumalo

Constable

Mpungamhlophe

Ndlangamandla

Sergeant

Ngome

TM Mncube

Captain

Nongoma

De Vet

Sergeant

Paulpietersburg

Limpopo

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Ngobeni

Lieutenant Colonel

Bela-Bela

S Ntoampe

Captain

Burgersfort

BJ Ngobeni

Warrant Officer

Giyani

NJ Mamaile

Captain

Groblersdal

Kwadi

Lieutenant Colonel

Lephalale

SA Tladi

Colonel

Mahwelereng

AE Ramanedza

Lieutenant Colonel

Makhado

ME Maahlo

Constable

Mankweng

Thulare

Captain

Modimolle

MJ Chueu

Lieutenant Colonel

Polokwane

Mabotja

Captain

Seshego

Tshidino

Captain

Thohoyandou

AP Shingange

Lieutenant Colonel

Tzaneen

J Momberg

Warrant Officer

Bela-Bela

OH Maifala

Warrant Officer

Dwaalboom

RR Mooka

Sergeant

Northam

Dowelani

Constable

Pienaarsrivier

JK Buys

Sergeant

Rooiberg

VM Sealetsa

Sergeant

Rust De Winter

PA Thapela

Captain

Thabazimbi

AM Skhosana

Constable

Burgersfort

M Mahlakwana

Warrant Officer

Driekop

M Sibatana

Sergeant

Leboeng

L Mashaba

Constable

Mecklenburg

M Phoku

Warrant Officer

Ohrigstad

L Mphahlele

Sergeant

Sekhukhune

P Shai

Constable

Tubatse

K Rikhotso

Warrant Officer

Giyani

M Phalane

Warrant Officer

Gravelotte

S Baloyi

Warrant Officer

Hlanganani

L Makutu

Constable

Hoedspruit

E Shingange

Warrant Officer

Lulekani

V Khosa

Constable

Malamulele

S Mathebula

Constable

Namakgale

M Malatji

Warrant Officer

Phalaborwa

G Matsimbi

Warrant Officer

Saselamani

M Phaladi

Warrant Officer

Dennilton

P Roux

Warrant Officer

Groblersdal

H Makua

Sergeant

Hlogotlou

J Matlala

Sergeant

Laersdrift

P Mokwena

Constable

Maklerekeng

T Maradisane

Constable

Marble Hall

P Rampedi

Warrant Officer

Motetema

M Masemola

Warrant Officer

Nebo

T Sekgala

Sergeant

Roossenekal

P Petja

Sergeant

Rakgoadi

G Motau

Constable

Zaaiplaas

D Kotze

Sergeant

Bulgerivier

F van de Venter

Warrant Officer

Cumberland

K Phihlela

Warrant Officer

Dorset

H Mashele

Warrant Officer

Hoopdal

J Oberholzer

Warrant Officer

Lephalale

S Mfisa

Warrant Officer

Tom Burke

S Molebaloa

Warrant Officer

Villa Nora

M Rakobela

Captain

Witpoort

S Bapela

Constable

Elandskraal

N Manaka

Warrant Officer

Gilead

R Sebata

Sergeant

Mahwelereng

M Monametji

Warrant Officer

Mokopane

W de Lange

Warrant Officer

Saamboubrug

P Ngoepe

Warrant Officer

Tinmyne

C Coetzee

Warrant Officer

Tolwe

M Maapola

Warrant Officer

Zebediela

Maoto

Warrant Officer

Alldays

T Ramufhi

Sergeant

Makhado

N Hlungwani

Warrant Officer

Mara

T Netshidzati

Captain

Mphephu

N Maranda

Warrant Officer

Musina

K Matshavha

Sergeant

Tshilwavhusiku

T Matakala

Warrant Officer

Tshitale

M Sikhweni

Captain

Waterpoort

M Rambau

Warrant Officer

Waterval

P Booyse

Warrant Officer

Modimolle

J van der Merwe

Sergeant

Naboomspruit

M Monama

Sergeant

Rankins Pass

M Maswanganyi

Warrant Officer

Roedtan

M Molokomme

Warrant Officer

Tuinplaas

L Masipa

Sergeant

Vaalwater

Moreroa

Captain

Botlokwa

Ifalago

Warrant Officer

Haenertsburg

Maluleke

Constable

Mankweng

Makgato

Constable

Morebeng

Mogale

Warrant Officer

Sebayeng

Mashao

Warrant Officer

Sekgosese

M Diale

Constable

Apel

T Masemola

Captain

Jane Furse

M Moloisi

Constable

Lebowakgomo

R Koenaite

Constable

Magatle

P Moroana

Captain

Malipsdrift

M Lediga

Warrant Officer

Masemola

M Sebola

Captain

Polokwane

P de Lange

Constable

Westenburg

Molangwane M

Warrant Officer

Maleboho

Sekele

Sergeant

Mashashane

Tlhatlha A

Constable

Matlala

Manavhela

Sergeant

Mogwadi

Matlala B

Sergeant

Senwabarwana

Lephalala B

Captain

Seshego

Nkhumeleni

Captain

Levubu

Nemavunde

Warrant Officer

Makuya

Manyuha

Captain

Masisi

Maisha

Constable

Muswodi

Mabila

Warrant Officer

Mutale

Tharaga

Warrant Officer

Siloam

Marwala

Warrant Officer

Thohoyandou

Nembilwi

Warrant Officer

Tshamutumbu

Nemushungwa

Captain

Tshaulu

Ramangwala

Warrant Officer

Vulaudzi

Mushungwa

Warrant Officer

Vuwani

M Mafa

Constable

Bolobedu

M Magoro

Warrant Officer

Letsitele

D Manabe

Constable

Maake

M Maake

Warrant Officer

Modjadjiskloof

M Machubeni

Constable

Mokwakwaila

I Mapimele

Constable

Ritavi

M Moseri

Captain

Tzaneen

Mpumalanga

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Ngondweni L

Captain

Acornhoek

Mashego

Constable

Bushbuckridge

Malibe DF

Sergeant

Hazyview

Nxumalo AB

Sergeant

Mhala

Mashao AK

Constable

Skukuza

Sibuyi Z

Sergeant

Calcutta

Bolton

Brigadier

Middleburg

Mahlangu PS

Captain

Hendrina

Mathibe NJ

Captain

Mhluzi

Van Der Watt

Warrant Officer

Blinkpan

Nzima MP

Lieutenant Colonel

Piet Retief

Mkhwanazi MS

Warrant Officer

Sheepmoor

Khanye SJ

Warrant Officer

Amsterdam

Tsotetsi TM

Warrant Officer

Mahamba

Gwebu EJ

Warrant Officer

Dirkiesdorp

Groenewald RE

Lieutenant Colonel

Ermelo

Teledimo MS

Constable

Breyten

Nkosi JB

Warrant Officer

Davel

Dladla ME

Warrant Officer

Lothair

Maphanga SS

Warrant Officer

Chrissiesmeer

Sibiya

Lieutenant Colonel

Tonga

Malala LV

Captain

Malelane

Mathaba PM

Captain

Schoemansdal

Hlatshwayo WH

Warrant Officer

Mbuzini

Mbuyane NN

Sergeant

Komatipoort

Maphanga ME

Warrant Officer

Kaapmuiden

Masiya

Sergeant

Pienaar

Fakude DG

Captain

Kanyamazane

Nkuna

Sergeant

Kabokweni

Lekhoane BP

Captain

Masoyi

Ngwane

Captain

Matsulu

Manyike H

Lieutenant Colonel

Nelspruit

Mndawe EE

Captain

Witrivier

Khoza JL

Lieutenant Colonel

Barberton

Mnisi BA

Warrant Officer

Ngodwana

Nkosi ZJ

Warrant Officer

Louw’s creek

Magoa SE

Warrant Officer

Lydenburg

Zitha CT

Warrant Officer

Sabie

Mlawuza

Warrant Officer

Perdekop

Van Niekerk GS

Warrant Officer

Pilgrim’s rest

Muruba DR

Warrant Officer

Dientjie

Lififi MJ

Warrant Officer

Maartenshoop

Oosthuizen HA

Colonel

Witbank

Mthombeni TS

Colonel

Vosman

Mlangeni AV

Captain

Ogies

Nhlambo PM

Captain

Kriel

Sikhosana SD

Lieutenant Colonel

Delmas

De Bryn MJ

Warrant Officer

Sundra

Mthombeni SR

Colonel

Kwamhlanga

Komane SS

Lieutenant Colonel

Kwaggafontein

Mathavha NE

Captain

Tweefontein

Bapela NJ

Captain

Verena

Ledwaba MF

Lieutenant Colonel

Siyabuswa

Mohanedi MJ

Captain

Mmametlake

Magolego OM

Captain

Vaalbank

Sindane LS

Captain

Belfast

Makhubu BA

Warrant Officer

Machadodorp

Baloyi NJ

Warrant Officer

Waterval Boven

Selomo PP

Constable

Dullstroom

Shabalala F

Captain

Balfour

Makhubu MW

Warrant Officer

Grootvlei

Mhlambi TA

Warrant Officer

Greylingstad

Shabalala SA

Warrant Officer

Val

Mbokane SP

Constable

Elukwatini

Maseko FH

Warrant Officer

Ekulindeni

Mkhwanazi MP

Warrant Officer

Fernie

Zwane DF

Warrant Officer

Mayflower

Thwala

Captain

Carolina

Ras AO

Sergeant

Badplaas

Simelane VP

Sergeant

Hartebeeskop

Mbatha IE

Lieutenant Colonel

Standerton

Nkosi MD

Captain

Sakhile

Mlauza EM

Warrant Officer

Perdekop

Manana JB

Warrant Officer

Morgenzon

Mlambo A

Warrant Officer

Wakkerstroom

Roberts AJ

Captain

Amersfoort

Kleingeld SA

Captain

Volksrust

Dlangalala ZM

Lieutenant Colonel

Secunda

Mnguni FB

Warrant Officer

Emzinoni

Erasmus LJJ

Warrant Officer

Trichardt

Motsoeneng JM

Captain

Evander

Elmes GC

Warrant Officer

Kinross

Ngcobo ST

Warrant Officer

Leslie

Mhlanga MM

Warrant Officer

Charl Cilliers

Khumalo MS

Captain

Bethal

Mnguni JV

Lieutenant Colonel

Embalenhle

Ndala B

Sergeant

Phola

Nkosi MS

Warrant Officer

Daggakraal

Nzimande

Constable

Morgenzon

Mlambo

Warrant Officer

Volksrust

North West

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

GM Dekker

Warrant Officer

Leeudoringstad

Mlungwana

Sergeant

Hartbeesfontein

HJ Bester

Warrant Officer

Stilfontein

A de Vries

Warrant Officer

Wolmaransstad

Mogapi AV

Warrant Officer

Makwassie

AS Bezuidenhout

Warrant Officer

Klerkskraal

Masitenyana

Warrant Officer

Khuma

TN Wesinyana

Constable

Klerksdorp

Kagodi

Sergeant

Ikageng

MR Mathanjane

Captain

Orkney

Sithole

Constable

Potchefstroom

SV Kumalo

Warrant Officer

Buffelshoek

IC Koloane

Lieutenant Colonel

Jouberton

PJ Potgieter

Warrant Officer

Jouberton

Qhobane

Constable

Ventersdorp

Stiemie

Lieutenant Colonel

Kanana

SP Molefe

Captain

Ganyesa

MP Mbotho

Captain

Vryburg

KA Molebatsi

Captain

Huhudi

GA Kgamanyane

Warrant Officer

Stella

Lesolle

Sergeant

Setlagole

PV Seipone

Warrant Officer

Morokweng

PJ Namane

Constable

Vorstershoop

J Badenhorst

Warrant Officer

Boshoek

Melato

Constable

Mokopong

MW Leepile

Sergeant

Bray

RE Molefe

Warrant Officer

Madibogo

Mosimanyane

Warrant Officer

Piet Plessis

Pretorius

Lieutenant Colonel

Cluster Office

Mokgadi

Warrant Officer

Assen

Molokome

Warrant Officer

Bedwang

Ratlou

Sergeant

Bethanie

Prinsloo

Warrant Officer

Brits

Makhubela

Sergeant

Cyferskuil

Scanlen

Captain

Hartbeespoortdam

Lefifi

Warrant Officer

Hebron

Tladi

Warrant Officer

Jericho

Moloisane

Warrant Officer

Klipgat

Mello

Constable

Letlhabile

Molubi

Warrant Officer

Makapanstad

Melato

Constable

Mmakau

Neethling

Warrant Officer

Mooinooi

Tlou

Warrant Officer

Mothothlung

Molamu KL

Constable

Atamelang

Montshioa TP

Sergeant

Biesiesvlei

Molete MH

Constable

Coligny

Thabana DG

Warrant Officer

Delareyville

Mmusi MS

Captain

Itsoseng

Mashaba TE

Constable

Lichtenburg

Tshele LL

Sergeant

Lomanyaneng

Ramagaga MJ

Warrant Officer

Makgobistad

Khoza KD

Captain

Mahikeng

Seitlhamo PJ

Sergeant

Mareetsane

Dingoko LN

Sergeant

Mmabatho

Morokeng TL

Constable

Mooifontein

Lingela QA

Constable

Ottosdal

Mojaki KS

Warrant Officer

Ottoshoop

Khumoeng ND

Warrant Officer

Sannieshof

Segotlong DT

Warrant Officer

Tshidilamolomo

Johny

Warrant Officer

Amalia

van Heerden

Captain

Bloemhof

Owesi

Warrant Officer

Christiana

Sediti

Sergeant

Ipelegeng

Tshenkeng

Warrant Officer

Kgomotso

Mohule

Captain

Pudimoe

Selemogo

Warrant Officer

Reivilo

Kgosiemang

Captain

Sweizer Reneke

Morwaeng

Captain

Taung

Ndebele

Warrant Officer

Groot- Marico

Mokgatlhe

Captain

Lehurutshe

Modisane

Warrant Officer

Madikwe

Kotsi

Warrant Officer

Motswedi

Motsoenyane

Captain

Nietverdiend

Moni

Warrant Officer

Swartruggens

De Bruyn

Captain

Zeerust

Bouwer

Warrant Officer

Marikana

Moje

Constable

Lethabong

Sengwana

Lieutenant Colonel

Phokeng

De Beer

Warrant Officer

Koster

Mogwere

Lieutenant Colonel

Boitekong

Pilane

Warrant Officer

Boons

Phiri

Captain

Mogwase

Molefonyane

Lieutenant Colonel

Rustenburg

Thebeyagae

Captain

Sun City

Northern Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

MC Mothibi

Lieutenant Colonel

Cluster Office

KR Mosime

Warrant Officer

Dingelton

MC Lekwa

Constable

Severn

KK Madikong

Sergeant

Kuruman

TI Mosielele

Constable

Heuningvlei

LJ Lephoro

Constable

Van zylsrus

BA Eiman

Sergeant

Kathu

GR Nyl

Sergeant

Deben

KS Grootboom

Constable

Olifantshoek

IJ Motaung

Constable

Mothibistad

TL Monnaakgothu

Constable

Bothitong

GG Mokomele

Constable

Batlharos

SA Kareli

Warrant Officer

Wrenchville

J Brooks

Lieutenant Colonel

Cluster Office

SJE Plaisier

Captain

Aggeneys

JS Jones

Constable

Alexander Bay

TR Kgatlane

Sergeant

Brandvlei

NJD Willems

Constable

Garies

CD Jacobs

Warrant Officer

Hondeklip Bay

GH Coetzee

Captain

Kamieskroon

E McNeill

Sergeant

Kleinsee

WJ Diergaardt

Captain

Komaggas

KJ Goeiman

Constable

Loeriesfontein

AJJ Koopman

Sergeant

Middelpos

CH van Rooyen

Sergeant

Nababeep

JJ Maritz

Constable

Vioolsdrift

RME Cockrell

Warrant Officer

Nieuwoudtville

CJ Bekker

Warrant Officer

Onseepkans

JJ van Wyk

Warrant Officer

Pofadder

DM Joseph

Sergeant

Port Nolloth

AC Cloete

Sergeant

Springbok

EJ Julius

Constable

Steinkopf

EJ Langner

Warrant Officer

Williston

KF Peters

Sergeant

Sutherland

M de Klerk

Warrant Officer

Fraserburg

A Hermanus

Captain

Cluster Office

AR Skeffers

Sergeant

Strydenburg

S Olivier

Sergeant

Hopetown

FJ Stottelaar

Warrant Officer

Vanderkloof

PP Chere

Warrant Officer

Vanwyksvlei

LE Moloi

Sergeant

Richmond

EE Pula

Sergeant

Philipstown

AN Moses

Warrant Officer

Britstown

MP Alexander

Sergeant

Noupoort

J Williams

Sergeant

Campbell

SE Louw

Sergeant

Petrusville

CSG Barendse

Constable

Loxton

LK Mogorane

Sergeant

Belmont

JS Roux

Warrant Officer

Vosburg

JJ Kock

Warrant Officer

Marydale

PH Jansen van Vuuren

Sergeant

Colesberg

PD Le Roux

Captain

Carnarvon

NS Romein

Warrant Officer

Niekerkshoop

PS Makalane

Constable

Victoria West

DJ Vermeulen

Warrant Officer

Griekwastad

TR Maliti

Constable

Norvalspont

AAJ Coetzee

Constable

Hanover

PM Jordaan

Captain

Douglas

W Vermeulen

Warrant Officer

De Aar

GI Malgas

Warrant Officer

Plooysburg

M Jafta

Captain

Prieska

BW Zaaiman

Captain

Cluster Office

AJ Kotze

Sergeant

Danielskuil

ML Rooibaard

Constable

Groblershoop

ASA Fereira

Warrant Officer

Kakamas

J Bosman

Constable

Kanoneiland

S Oberholster

Sergeant

Keimoes

EL Losper

Constable

Kenhardt

TC Modise

Warrant Officer

Lime Acres

W Botha

Warrant Officer

Noenieput

PA Diphoko

Warrant Officer

Postmasburg

D Ncube

Warrant Officer

Rietfontein

G Immelman

Warrant Officer

Rosedale

GA Makatong

Warrant Officer

Upington

A van Wyk

Warrant Officer

Witdraai

KP Seleke

Lieutenant Colonel

Cluster Office

ET Mofokeng

Captain

Kimberley

TM Sebaile

Constable

Roodepan

TJ Olifant

Constable

Galeshewe

TV Theo

Sergeant

Delportshoop

AL Thaisi

Warrant Officer

Modder Rivier

DR Mitchel

Warrant Officer

Windsorton

CJ Goddard

Sergeant

Warrenton

J Plaaitjies

Warrant Officer

Jan Kempdorp

AD Visser

Warrant Officer

Hartswater

BF Goiseone

Sergeant

Hartswater

TA Setumisho

Warrant Officer

Pampiestad

BG Mojagotle

Warrant Officer

Boetsap

JZL Bulling

Warrant Officer

Barkly West

Western Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Cloete

Warrant Officer

Somerset West

Cloete

Constable

Macassar

Ruiters

Sergeant

Gordonsbaai

Van Schalkwyk

Captain

Kraaifontein

Nortje

Warrant Officer

Brackenfell

Basson

Warrant Officer

Durbanville

Lamberts

Warrant Officer

Kuilsrivier

Barry

Sergeant

Atlantis

Filander

Sergeant

Darling

Jenner

Sergeant

Malmesbury

Thompson

Warrant Officer

Melkbosstrand

Claasen

Constable

Moorreesburg

V Boven

Sergeant

Philadelphia

Appollis

Sergeant

Riebeek West

Abels

Colonel

Philippi

Heunis

Captain

Eden

Nel

Captain

Oudtshoorn

Boshoff

Warrant Officer

Oudtshoorn

Abrahams

Warrant Officer

Calitzdorp

Van Der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Dysselsdorp

Espach

Warrant Officer

De Rust

Bothma

Warrant Officer

Ladismith

Farmer

Warrant Officer

George Wildernis

Farmer

Warrant Officer

George Herold

Beukes

Warrant Officer

Knysna

Van Pletzen

Warrant Officer

Plettenberg Bay

Buys

Warrant Officer

Pacaltsdorp

Kunene

Sergeant

Kwanonkutula

Adams

Sergeant

Uniondale

Botha

Warrant Officer

Da Gamaskop

Oosthuizen

Warrant Officer

Riversdal

Swart

Sergeant

Heidelberg

Johnson

Sergeant

Stilbay

Badenhorst

Warrant Officer

Albertinia

Taljaard

Constable

Kwanonqaba

Diedericks

Sergeant

Swellendam

Lukas

Sergeant

Suurbraak

Jonas

Constable

Barrydale

Swanepoel

Sergeant

Beaufort West, Letjiesbos and Koup

May

Constable

Laingsburg

Kleinbooi

Sergeant

Laingsburg

Solomons

Constable

Leeu Gamka

Van Eeden

Warrant Officer

Leeu Gamka, Merweville

Moolman

Warrant Officer

Prins Albert

Viljoen

Warrant Officer

Prins Albert, Klaarstroom

Johannes

Constable

Murraysburg

Van Reenen

Captain

Vredenburg Cluster

Theron

Warrant Officer

Vredenburg

Arendse

Sergeant

Redelinghuys

Koordom

Constable

Piketberg Mountain

Denton

Constable

Laaiplek

Du Preez

Sergeant

Hopefield

Van Collerjf

Constable

Saldanha

Janse Van Rensburg

Sergeant

St Helena Bay

Willems J

Sergeant

Eendekuil

Von Waltsleben

Sergeant

Porterville

GG Jonck

Sergeant

Langebaan

Venter

Captain

Winelands Cluster

Cupido

Warrant Officer

Paarl

Hugo

Warrant Officer

Wellington

Moses

Captain

Stellenbosch

Afrika

Sergeant

Franshoek

Pietersen

Sergeant

Cloetesville

Adams

Warrant Officer

Groot Drakenstein

Kenned

Sergeant

Klapmuts

Pienaar

Captain

Worcester Cluster

Visagie

Sergeant

Worcester

Van Rooyen

Sergeant

Rawsonville

Conradie

Constable

Touwsriver

Hanekom

Warrant Officer

De Doorns

Swart

Warrant Officer

Robertson

Du Toit

Sergeant

Ashton

Goodwin

Sergeant

Montagu

Swarts

Constable

Bonnievale

Wentzel

Sergeant

McGregor

Klein

Constable

Tulbagh

Van Rooy

Sergeant

Saron

Van Rooi

Constable

Ceres

Caitz

Warrant Officer

Wolseley

Jacobs

Sergeant

Prins Alfred Hamlet

De Wet

Lieutenant Colonel

Overberg Cluster

Matthee

Warrant Officer

Hermanus Sector 1

Basson

Sergeant

Gansbaai

Mja Mostert

Warrant Officer

Kleinmond

Joumat

Warrant Officer

Struisbaai

Hearne

Constable

Stanford

Kriel

Sergeant

Napier

Henn

Warrant Officer

Bredasdorp

Engelbrecht

Warrant Officer

Caledon

Coetzee

Sergeant

Grabouw

May

Warrant Officer

Genadendal

De Kock

Warrant Officer

Villiersdorp

Hendriks

Sergeant

Riviersonderend

Bester

Warrant Officer

Vredendal

Owies

Sergeant

Nuwerus

Afrika

Constable

Van Rhynsdorp

Kouter

Constable

Lutzville

Miggels

Constable

Elands Bay

Ludik

Sergeant

Lamberts Bay

Jooste

Sergeant

Citrusdal

Ndzamela

Warrant Officer

Klawer

Smith

Sergeant

Graaf Water

Grobbelaar

Warrant Officer

Clanwilliam

Coetzee

Sergeant

Doring Bay

Labuschagne

Lieutenant Colonel

Coordinator

Von Mollendorph

Warrant Officer

Wynberg

Ray

Constable

Dieprivier

Voget

Warrant Officer

Kirstenhof

Lesch

Warrant Officer

Hout Bay

Voges

Warrant Officer

Simons Town

09 March 2020 - CW06

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Lehihi, Ms SB to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to the Maquasi Hills incident (details furnished), why the police are not taking actions regarding this matter?

Reply:

The accused was granted bail, on 22 October 2019. On 28 January 2020, the case was provisionally withdrawn, awaiting the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) results and the Forensic Social Work Assessment report.

17 December 2019 - NW1630

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

What is the (a) status of the investigation into case 122/08/2018 reported at the Sebenza Police Station and (b) name of the investigating officer? NW2987E

Reply:

(a) The investigation of Sebenza Police Station, CAS 122108/2018, is finalised. The blood report from the Department of Health is outstanding.

(b) In the interest of the case being investigated without fear or favour, the particulars of the investigating officer cannot be divulged.
 

Reply to question 1630 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2019-12-10

Reply to question 1630 approved

GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date: 15-12-2019

17 December 2019 - NW1478

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Tarabella - Marchesi, Ms NI to ask the Minister of Police

What is the (a) total number of (i) women and (ii) children who were reported to be missing in the Republic in each of the past three years and (b)(i) race and (ii) age of each specified woman and child?

Reply:

(a)(i) The total number of women who were reported to be missing in the Republic of South Africa (RSA), in each of the past three years, is reflected in the table below:

2016/2017

2017/2018

2018/2019

1 206

1481

1 825

(a)(ii) The total number of children who were reported to be missing in the RSA, in each of the past three years, is reflected in the table below:

2016/2017

2017/2018

2018/2019

887

852

967

(b)(i) The race of the women who were reported to be missing in the RSA, in each of the past three years, is reflected in the table below:

Race

2016/2017

2017/2018

201812019

African

941

1 225

1 432

Coloured

151

168

276

Indian

17

17

29

White

99

71

88

The race of the children who were reported to be missing in the RSA, in each of the past three years, is reflected in the table below:

Race

2016/2017

2017/2018

2018/2019

African

727

720

764

Coloured

103

106

170

Indian

10

5

12

White

47

21

21


Find here: (b)(ii) The age of the women who were reported to be missing in the RSA, in each of the past three years, is reflected in the table below:

17 December 2019 - NW1632

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Lotriet, Prof A to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, with reference to his replies to questions 1785 on 18 June 2018 and 2665 on 4 October 2018, where he states that the Primrose Police Station currently has 35 police officers for visible policing for the three sectors, he has found that the police station actually requires an additional 13 police officers for visible policing instead of an additional six police officers for visible policing in order to reach the optimum number of 48 police officers for visible policing, in correlation with four members in each shift and sector for four shifts in a 24-hour day; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, by what date will the police station receive the required number of police officers for visible policing?

Reply:

No, the South African Police Service (SAPS) has a total Fixed Establishment (FE), which is subject to the compensation budget. The equitable distribution of resources is guided by the ratio between the Theoretical Human Resource Requirement (THRR), which is the ideal personnel requirement, and the FE, which is the approved allocation.

The current FE for Visible Policing at the Primrose Police Station is 72, which includes 23 personnel for Sector Policing.

The Primrose Police Station has 30 Sector Policing personnel, which exceeds the FE and therefore, is not eligible to receive additional Visible Policing personnel.

Reply to question 1632 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2019-12-10

Reply to question 1632 approved

GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date: 15-12-2019

17 December 2019 - NW1689

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Police

Whether any safety inspections were conducted in SA Police Service stations across Gauteng (a) in the past three financial years and (b) since 1 April 2019; if not why not; if so, on what date was each inspection conducted?

Reply:

(a) and (b) Yes, safety inspections were conducted in all the South African Police Service (SAPS) stations, in Gauteng, in 2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019 and from 1 April 2019, to date. Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Representatives have been appointed at all the 142 police stations, in Gauteng. The SHE representatives conduct monthly inspections and the inspection reports are submitted to the SAPS Provincial SHE Management office.

Reply to question 1689 approved

GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date: 15-12-2019