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11 August 2020 - NW546

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Selfe, Mr J to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

(a) What number of mentally ill persons are accommodated in correctional centers and (b) in which correctional centers are they accommodated; (2) whether social and psychological services are provided by his department to support all such mentally ill persons and to support their mental health; if not, (a) why not and (b) what steps are being taken to accommodate them elsewhere?

Reply:

(1)(a) and (b)Total Number of mentally ill persons (inmates) and centres

(1)(a) Total Number of mentally ill persons (inmates)

(1)(b) Name of Correctional Centre

02

Fort Beaufort

03

Grahams town

33

King Williams town

19

Middle drift

25

East London (EL) Medium A

19

EL Medium B

16

EL Medium C

20

Mdantsane

18

Kirkwood

70

Mthatha medium

36

Mthatha Remand

19

Burgers Dorp

18

Butterworth

02

Dutywa

11

Middleburg

03

Ngcobo

07

Queenstown

08

Sada

01

Sturkspruit

37

St Albans Medium A

43

St Albans Medium B

63

St Albans Maximum

08

Patensie

21

Port Elizabeth

73

Grootvlei Medium A

11

Grootvlei Medium B

02

Winburg

01

Brandfort

245

Mangaung

42

Groenpunt Maximum

22

Groenpunt Medium

03

Groenpunt Youth

24

Vereeniging

11

Sasolburg

01

Heilbron

01

Frankfort

63

Tswelopele

16

Kimberley

30

BizzahMakhate Centre A

06

BizzahMakhate Centre B

41

BizzahMakhate Centre C

02

Bethlehem

03

Ficksburg

09

Harrismith

01

Hennenman

03

Odendaalsrus

06

Virginia

01

Colesberg

01

Hopetown

05

De Aar

02

Richmond

07

Victoria West

20

Upington

7

Springbok

10

Kuruman

4

Goedemoed Medium A

17

Goedemoed Medium B

03

Emthonjeni Youth

35

Baviaanspoort Medium Centre

24

Baviaanspoort Maximum Centre

55

Boksburg Centre A

06

Boksburg Juvenile

09

Heidelberg

62

Johannesburg (JHB) Centre A

94

JHB Centre B

42

JHB Centre C

60

JHB Female Centre

105

KgošiMampuru II (KM II) Central

55

KM II Local

18

KM II Female Centre

24

KM II C-Max

14

Atteridgeville

30

Odi Centre

40

Krugersdorp Medium Centre

44

Leeuwkop Medium A

22

Leeuwkop Medium B

33

Leeuwkop Medium C

61

Leeuwkop Maximum

141

Modderbee

07

Nigel Centre

74

Zonderwater Medium A

50

Zonderwater Medium B

77

Durban Medium A

97

Durban Medium B

10

Durban Medium C

7

Durban Medium D

15

Umzinto

27

Durban Female

55

Qalakabusha

1

Empangeni Medium

18

Eshowe

1

Maphumulo

1

Mthunzini

1

Bergville

1

Dundee

6

Estcourt

24

Glencoe

14

Ladysmith

9

Ebongweni

5

Kokstad Medium

2

Portshepstone

17

Ncome Medium A

25

Ncome Medium B

15

Vryheid

1

Nongoma

2

Nkandla

65

Pietermaritzburg Medium A

2

Pietermaritzburg Medium B

4

New Hanover

13

Sevontein

3

Ixopo

39

Waterval Medium A

19

Waterval Medium B

6

Ekuseni

6

Newcastle Male

2

Newcastle Female

29

Barberton Maximum

20

Barberton Medium B

4

Barberton Medium A

6

Town Youth

5

Lydenburg

23

Nelspruit

16

Bethal

20

Ermelo

5

Piet Retief

3

Volksrust

12

Standerton

23

Klerksdorp

29

Potchefstroom

02

Wolmaransstad

04

Christiaana

56

Polokwane

08

Modimolle

01

Tzaneen

28

Rooigrond Medium A

06

RooigrondMedium B

04

Lichtenburg

04

Zeerust

07

Mafikeng

24

Losperfontein

12

Mogwase

10

Rustenburg Med A

02

Rustenburg COE

46

Thohoyandou Medium A

64

Thohoyandou Medium B

12

Thohoyandou Female/Juvenile

13

Makhado

40

Witbank

12

Middelburg

172

Kutama-Sinthumule

27

Allandale

6

Hawequa

10

Obiqua

18

Paardeberg

42

Brandvlei Maximum

10

Brandvlei Medium

07

Brandvlei Youth Centre

26

Drakenstein Medium A

3

Drakenstein Medium B

63

Drakenstein Maximum

2

Stellenbosch

66

Goodwood

6

Buffeljagsrivier

2

Caledon

34

Overberg Medium

40

Overberg Maximum

89

Pollsmoor Remand Detention

50

Pollsmoor Medium A

18

Pollsmoor Medium B

4

Pollsmoor Medium C  

33

Pollsmoor Female

3

Beaufort West

31

George

4

Knysna

1

Ladismith

3

Mosselbay

5

Oudtshoorn Male

11

Oudsthoorn Female

1

Prince Albert

1

Uniondale

47

Malmesbury Med A

19

Malmesbury Med B

2

Voorberg Medium A

67

Voorberg Medium B

8

Vanrhynsdorp

18

Worcester Males

38

Worcester Females

2

Robertson

10

Dwarsrivier

14

Warmbokkeveld

TOTAL: 4 453

(2) (a) Social Work Services and Psychological Services are provided on a needs basis to all inmates including the mentally ill:

  • SOCIAL WORK SERVICES:NATURE OF SERVICES:
  • Intake services: Mentally ill inmates participate in intake processes where a SocialWorker engages them in the initial interview to determine the need as referred or at own request.
  • Assessment:Comprehensive assessments are conducted with individual mentally ill offenders to establish the real needs and for appropriate intervention plans to be compiled and implemented.
  • Support services: These services are rendered to mentally ill inmates and may range from information sharing to assistance with building and or maintaining family tieswhile incarcerated.

These offenders participate in either group or individual therapeutic programmes according to theneeds. Social Workers provide on-going psychosocial support to inmates and their families.

  • Referral services:These inmates are referred on a needs basis by Social Workers to other internal and or external professionals and service providers for further psychosocial assistance which includes specialized services.
  • Progress reports:Progress reports in respect of individual offenders including the mentally ill who participated in needs-based therapeutic Social Work services programmes are compiled and kept in the individual files.
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES:
  • All new admissions with mental illness and those diagnosed with mental illness whilst incarcerated are referred to the psychologist by nursing staff or unit managers for assessment and management.
  • Psychologists assess mentally ill inmates and develop individualisedtreatment plans which may involve among others referral to other stakeholders (i.e. social workers, correctional officials, nurses and psychiatrists).
  • Psychologists run support groups that address mental health issues (i.e. anxiety and depression, psychological adjustment and suicide prevention).
  • Mentally ill inmates are at liberty to request for psychological services at any given time without referral.
  • Inmates that are actively mentally ill are assessed by the psychologist and referred to a psychiatrist.
  • Psychologists provide psycho-education to mentally ill inmates on understanding their diagnosis, treatment regime and management of their overall mental health. Psychologists provide on-going psychotherapy to mentally ill inmates.
  • Psychologists provide reports to the parole board regarding offender’s mental status and risks for recidivism.
  • Psychologists conduct awareness campaigns on mental health and recognize calendar events on mental health promotion (i.e. World Mental Health Day, Suicide Prevention Week and Mental Health Awareness Month).

(2) (b) Since 2019 a project was initiated by DoH (mental health unit) in collaboration with Department of Correctional Services and Justice to remove forensic cases especially state patients to designated mental health hospitals. Provincial Observation Panels, consisting of Psychologists, psychiatric nurses and mental health Social Workers have been established by the Department of Health to fast track observation processes to finalise court processes.

Inmates with acute mental health conditions are referred to Department of Health facilities for management and decision for admission to Mental Health institutions or returned to Department of Correctional Services.

Inmates with stable mental health conditions are managed by Department of Correctional Services in terms of the Mental Health Act 17 of 2002 which constitute the 4,453 inmates in Correctional Sentences

END

11 August 2020 - NW1334

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Julius, Mr J to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What total number of (a) cases of illegal invasion of land owned by the State was prosecuted and (b) the specified prosecutions were successful in each (i) province and (ii) of the past five financial years?

Reply:

I have been informed by the National Prosecuting Authority and the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, that statistics relating to (a) cases of illegal invasion of land owned by the State which were prosecuted and (b) the number of specified successful prosecutions in each (i) province and (ii) of the past five financial years, are not kept.

Such invasion of State property would normally constitute the civil offence of trespass. Complaints in this regard, would be submitted by Municipalities. There is no record of cases opened by Municipalities against trespassers in this regard.

The usual practice is that Municipalities would initiate civil proceedings and seek a court order for the eviction of unlawful land invaders. These cases would normally be enrolled on the civil case roll in various Magistrates’ Districts.

Some of these civil cases are often also settled out of court with the result that no case is actually registered on the court roll, in such circumstances. It is for this reason that the statistics of these civil cases, are not readily available.

11 August 2020 - NW1504

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

What was the total capital expenditure at (a) Cape Town, (b) Nasrec, (c) Rhodesfield, (d) Moses Mabhida and (e) Pretoria train stations in the past three financial years?

Reply:

The total CRES capital expenditure for the past three (3) years for the identified six (6) stations is summarised in the table below;

Financial Year

Cape Town

Nasrec

Rhodesfield

Moses Mabhida

Pretoria

2017/18

6, 058,386-31

0-00

0-00

0-00

1,057,718-93

2018/19

5,171,807-14

0-00

0-00

0-00

320,560-00

2019/20

17,733,512-93

0-00

0-00

0-00

266,267-50

2020/21

770.700-03

0-00

0-00

0-00

0-00

Total

29,734,406-41

0-00

0-00

0-00

1,644,546-43

11 August 2020 - NW1542

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Mey, Mr P to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)Whether any arrangements were made to receive goods not considered as essential on ships already in transit to South African ports at the start of the Covid-19 lockdown; if not, (a) why not and (b) what was the estimated loss to the economy; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether any ships were denied entry at any South African port; if so, what (a) are the relevant details, (b) goods were not allowed to be unloaded during this time at each port respectively, (c) were the reasons for such decisions and (d) was the estimated loss to the economy; (3) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

Directions issued in terms of Regulations 10(7) of the Directions made in under Section 27(2) of the Disaster Management Act,2002(Act No.57 of 2002. Measures to address prevent and combat the spread of Covid-19 in the Sea Ports, the Minister of Transport Hon FA Mbalula approved the

directions on how the Commercial Ports of South Africa would operate during the lock down and

The purpose of the Directions were to:

(a) The prohibition of the cruise ships calling at any of the seaports(expect the cruise ships that were already on the radar of Marine Security Coordination Centre-MSCC) and those that were solely calling to take bunkers and consumables and lastly the cruise ships that were coming disembark South Africans)

(b) To improve hygiene control sterilization facilities on ships, port facilities operated by licensed operators, off-shore cargo handling facilities, ship repair facilities, provider the port services, port terminal operators and licensed port operations

(c) Implementation of a tracking, tracing and monitoring system at sea ports and reporting.

During the lock down all commercial ports remained opened for commercial purposes and only two ports that remained closed for the purposes of disembarkation of South Africans and crew change and those two ports were Port of Mossell Bay and Port Saldanha. All goods on board the ships were discharged in an in-discriminatory manner for both essentially and non-essential goods. Once the goods were on the port terminals they would then be sorted in terms of essential would stacked at the Customs approved warehouse and shipping line’s warehouses in order to make way for the essential goods.

(2) There were no commercial ships that were denied entry into the commercial ports of South Africa except for the crew change and even the cruise ships were allowed to call in for bunkering services and disembarkation of South Africa that were returning home. The imports and exports remained opened during the hard lock down and goods as such were allowed to be discharged at the ports of discharged throughout the country.

(3) The above response answers the question adequately and a member statement in this regard is not deemed necessary

11 August 2020 - NW1447

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Terblanche, Mr OS to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What are the (a) total number of cases related to arrests for contravention of any Covid-19 related regulations referred to his department by the SA Police Service since 26 March 2020 that resulted in successful prosecutions and (b) are the details of the convictions in each case?

Reply:

(a) All cases referred to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) are screened and if a reasonable prospect of success is determined by the screening prosecutor, the case is enrolled and registered on the Integrated Case Management System. The total number of first appearance cases relating to the contravention of regulations in terms of the Disaster Management Act and registered during the period 26 March 2020 to 30 June 2020 is indicated in the table below:

ALERT LEVEL

CASES

ACCUSED

L5 (26 March - 30 April)

12 768

27 947

L4 (May)

8 487

14 275

L3 (June)

2 837

4 590

TOTAL

24 092

46 812

Data extracted from the integrated case management system

(b) (i) The number of convicted cases per Alert Level is indicated in the table below:

ALERT LEVEL

CASES CONVICTED

ACCUSED

L5 (26 Mar - 30 Apr)

910

1 567

L4 (May)

591

899

L3 (Jun)

71

96

TOTAL

1 572

2 562

Data extracted from the integrated case management system

(ii) A breakdown of the total of 1 572 convicted cases per contravention and per Alert

Level, is tabulated below. The majority of convicted cases relate to the failure to confine to residence during the lockdown period:

ALERT LEVEL AND CONTRAVENTION

CASES

ACCUSED

Level 3 (June)

71

96

Convening a gathering or hindering, interfering with, or obstructing an enforcement officer in the exercise of his or her powers, or the performance of his or her duties for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

1

1

Disclosing any information contained in the COVID-19 Tracing Database or any information obtained during the duration of the national state of disaster without authority

1

1

Failure by any business or other entity other than a business or entity involved in the manufacturing, supply, or provision of an essential good or service to cease operations during the lockdown

1

1

Failure to be confined to one's place of residence for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

5

11

Failure to be confined to one's place of residence from 20H00 until 05H00 daily for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4, other as permitted by law

10

10

Failure to comply with a prohibition of movement between provinces during the period of the lockdown

4

6

Failure to confine oneself to his or her place of residence during the period of the lockdown

27

36

Failure to keep closed a listed place or premises normally open to the public or where people may gather for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

1

1

Moving between provinces, metropolitan areas and districts of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4, other than as provided for in law

6

14

Operating a commuter transport services, passenger rail services, bus services, taxi services, e-hailing services, maritime and air passenger transport contrary to Disaster Management Regulations

5

5

Operating a retail store or shopping mall during the lockdown period other than for selling essential goods and/or failure to comply with prescribed safety measures

2

2

Selling of tobacco, tobacco products, e- cigarettes and related products for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

5

5

Selling tobacco, tobacco products, e-cigarettes and related products, other than for export during the duration of the national state of disaster under Alert Level 3

2

2

Selling, dispensing and distribution of liquor during the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

1

1

Level 4 (May)

591

899

Convene and/or attend a gathering as defined during the period of lockdown

7

7

Convening a gathering in contravention of the Disaster Management Act Regulations

15

57

Convening a gathering or hindering, interfering with, or obstructing an enforcement officer in the exercise of his or her powers, or the performance of his or her duties for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

5

5

Failure by a place not involved in the provision of essential goods or service to remain closed to all persons during the duration of the lockdown

6

6

Failure by an electronic communications service provider to comply with a directive by the Director-General: Health to provide information for inclusion in the COVID-19 Tracing Database

1

1

Failure by any business or other entity other than a business or entity involved in the manufacturing, supply, or provision of an essential good or service to cease operations during the lockdown

7

7

Failure to be confined to one's place of residence for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

92

124

Failure to be confined to one's place of residence from 20H00 until 05H00 daily for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4, other as permitted by law

27

33

Failure to comply with a prohibition of movement between provinces during the period of the lockdown

29

43

Failure to comply with a prohibition of movement between the metropolitan and district areas during the period of the lockdown

19

23

Failure to confine oneself to his or her place of residence during the period of the lockdown

323

527

Failure to keep closed a listed place or premises normally open to the public or where people may gather for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

3

3

Issuing of special or events liquor licensing during the duration of the national state of disaster

1

3

Leaving one's place of residence during the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4 other than as permitted by law

11

11

Misrepresenting that one is or any other person is infected with COVID -19

1

1

Moving between provinces, metropolitan areas and districts of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4, other than as provided for in law

9

9

Natural Persons: Failure to comply with request made by National Disaster Management Centre / Provincial Disaster Management Centre / Municipal Disaster Management Centre

1

1

Operating a commuter transport services, passenger rail services, bus services, taxi services, e-hailing services, maritime and air passenger transport contrary to Disaster Management Regulations

3

5

Operating a retail store or shopping mall during the lockdown period other than for selling essential goods and/or failure to comply with prescribed safety measures

10

10

Selling of tobacco, tobacco products, e- cigarettes and related products for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

15

16

Selling other goods by a retail store that are not permitted to be sold in terms of the Table 1 duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

1

1

Selling, dispensing and distribution of liquor during the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

2

3

Transporting liquor during the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4 other than where alcohol is required for an authorised purpose

3

3

Level 5 (26 March - 30 April)

910

1 567

Convene and/or attend a gathering as defined during the period of lockdown

12

13

Convening a gathering in contravention of the Disaster Management Act Regulations

52

234

Corporation(s)/Firm(s) : Failure to comply with request made by National Disaster Management Centre / Provincial Disaster Management Centre / Municipal Disaster Management Centre

1

1

Evicting a person(s) from his/her/their formal or informal residence or a farm dwelling place of residence during the lockdown period

1

1

Failure by a place not involved in the provision of essential goods or service to remain closed to all persons during the duration of the lockdown

11

11

Failure by an electronic communications service provider to comply with a directive by the Director-General: Health to provide information for inclusion in the COVID-19 Tracing Database

3

3

Failure by any business or other entity other than a business or entity involved in the

19

22

     

manufacturing, supply, or provision of an essential good or service to cease operations during the lockdown

   

Failure by premises selling liquor which provide accommodation to implement measures to stop the spread of COVID-19

1

1

Failure to be confined to one's place of residence for the duration of the national state of disaster in Alert Level 4

2

2

Failure to close a place or premises normally open to the public where religious, cultural, sporting, entertainment. recreational, exhibitional, organisational or similar activities may take place, during the duration of the national state of disaster in

2

2

Failure to comply with a prohibition of movement between provinces during the period of the lockdown

11

11

Failure to comply with a prohibition of movement between the metropolitan and district areas during the period of the lockdown

8

10

Failure to confine oneself to his or her place of residence during the period of the lockdown

750

1 215

Misrepresentation of own or any persons infected status with COVID-19

1

1

Natural Persons: Failure to comply with request made by National Disaster Management Centre / Provincial Disaster Management Centre / Municipal Disaster Management Centre

3

3

Operating a commuter transport services, passenger rail services, bus services, taxi services, e-hailing services, maritime and air passenger transport contrary to Disaster Management Regulations

5

5

Operating a retail store or shopping mall during the lockdown period other than for selling essential goods and/or failure to comply with prescribed safety measures

27

31

Permitting more than 50 persons at premises where liquor is sold and consumed in contravention of the Disaster Management Act Regulations

1

1

(iii) The courts imposed the following sentences in the 1 572 convicted cases:

Alert Level and Sentence

Total Cases

Level 3 (June)

71

Cautioned

7

Court Fine

36

Deferred Fine

7

Fine Option

14

Imprisonment

3

Suspended Wholly

4

Level 4 (May)

591

Cautioned

58

Correctional Supervision

1

Court Fine

94

Deferred Fine

92

Diversion

1

Fine Option

202

Imprisonment

24

Sentence Postponed

3

Suspended Partially

3

Suspended Wholly

113

Level 5 (26 March - 30 April)

910

Cautioned

118

Community Service

1

Court Fine

141

Deferred Fine

91

Diversion

1

Fine Option

319

Habitual Criminal

1

Imprisonment

61

Suspended Partially

9

Suspended Wholly

168

Total

1 572

END

11 August 2020 - NW1551

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Nolutshungu, Ms N to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What has caused the delays in the restoration of train lines in the Cape Flats and (b) by what date will Metrorail services resume operations across Cape Town?

Reply:

(a) The Cape Flats line from Cape Town to Retreat has been severely vandalized during lockdown alert level 5. The signalling system between Ndabeni and Pinelands has been stolen and causes an extended area of Manual Authorisation increasing the risk of operations.

(b) The Cape Flats and Northern Corridor services between Cape Town – Bellville is planned for resumption on the 17 August 2020. By the end of August, the Northern Corridorservices will be extended to Eerste River. The service from Eerste River – Strand and Eerste River – Muldersvlei is planned for resumption on 1 September 2020.

11 August 2020 - NW1452

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Horn, Mr W to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What number of cases were on the criminal court backlog roll on 26 June 2020 in respect of the (a) district and (b) regional courts?

Reply:

During the period of the lockdown, both at Risk Alert Levels 3, 4 and 5, courts dealt with a minimal number of trials. Most cases were postponed in order to limit the number of people going to courts and thereby risking the spread of the virus. Such postponements led to further increases in the already existing criminal case backlogs.

A case backlog is a case which has remained open on the roll:

(a) in case of a district court case, for a period in excess of six (6) months or more; and

(b) in case of a regional court, a case which has been on the roll for nine (9) months or more.

The statistics for backlog cases as verified with the NPA for both (a) and (b) above, are as follows:

DISTRICT COURTS

 

District Courts

 

REGIONAL COURTS

 

Regional Courts

 

EASTERN CAPE

 

6 796

 

EASTERN CAPE

 

2 148

 

FREE STATE

 

1 715

 

FREE STATE

 

1 086

 

GAUTENG

 

6 451

 

GAUTENG

 

6 339

 

KZN

 

4 815

 

KZN

 

3 205

 

LIMPOPO

 

3 216

 

LIMPOPO

 

1 404

 

MPUMALANGA

 

2 876

 

MPUMALANGA

 

1 816

 

NORTH WEST

 

2 081

 

NORTH WEST

 

1 800

 

NORTHERN CAPE

 

1 083

 

NORTHERN CAPE

 

685

 

WESTERN CAPE

 

10 733

 

WESTERN CAPE

 

3 912

 

TOTAL BACKLOG CASES

 

39 766

 

TOTAL BACKLOG CASES

 

22 395

 

There are continuous engagements between the Department and Regional Court Presidents as well as Chief Magistrates to develop mechanisms to address the escalating backlogs. The engagement has led to the establishment of the Integrated Case-Backlog Plan through which cases are being arranged for trial in terms of their priority.

It is however difficult to effectively implement the plan at this particular time due to the spikes in COVID-19 infections, which in turn lead to constant closure of courts due to positive cases of infections being confirmed randomly. The implementation of the plan will become more effective once the country has reached its peak and subsequent decline in the infection number.

11 August 2020 - NW516

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Horn, Mr W to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

(1) What total number of (a) prisoners that have been sentenced to life imprisonment for (i) rape, (ii) murder, (iii) kidnapping and (iv) culpable homicide have received parole from each parole board in each province, (b) years have the specified prisoners served before being put on parole and (c) the parolees have become reoffenders; (2) how often does his department monitor persons on parole once they have been reintegrated into society; (3) (a) what programmes are there and (b) how much of the budget is allocated to reintegrate offenders back into society to ensure that they are properly rehabilitated

Reply:

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

Crime Category

Regions

 

EC

GP

KZN

LMN

FSNC

WC

Total

(Culpable Homicide and Related offences) (Murder and related offences)

 

3

 

1

1

2

7

(Culpable Homicide and Related offences) (Murder and related offences) (Offences against freedom of movement)

 

1

1

     

2

(Culpable Homicide and Related offences) (Murder and related offences) (Sexual offences)

1

         

1

(Culpable Homicide and Related offences) (Offences against freedom of movement) (Sexual offences)

     

1

   

1

(Culpable Homicide and Related offences) (Sexual offences)

 

1

     

1

2

(Murder and related offences)

144

338

299

118

66

41

1 006

(Murder and related offences) (Offences against freedom of movement)

7

13

8

4

3

4

39

(Murder and related offences) (Offences against freedom of movement) (Sexual offences)

3

5

2

1

2

1

14

(Murder and related offences) (Sexual offences)

8

13

11

5

5

 

42

(Offences against freedom of movement)

 

1

       

1

(Offences against freedom of movement) (Sexual offences)

4

3

4

2

   

13

(Sexual offences)

19

16

28

30

11

9

113

Grand Total

186

394

353

162

88

58

1 241

(iv)

*Note that Parole Boards only have recommendation powers in respect of lifers since the approval rests with the Minister.

Region/Management Area/Parole Board

Number who received parole

EASTERN CAPE

186

Amathole Area

27

East London Area

11

Kirkwood Area

17

Mthatha Area

64

Sada Area

8

St. Albans Area

59

GAUTENG

394

Baviaanspoort Area

3

Boksburg Area

48

Johannesburg Area

85

Krugersdorp Area

15

Leeuwkop Area

126

Modderbee Area

20

Pretoria Area

93

Zonderwater Area

4

KWAZULU-NATAL

353

Durban Area

115

Empangeni Area

36

Glencoe Area

11

Kokstad Area

8

Ncome Area

21

Pietermaritzburg Area

146

Waterval Area

16

LIMPOPO, MPUMALANGA AND NORTH WEST (LMN)

162

Barberton Area

40

Bethal Area

10

Klerksdorp Area

9

Polokwane Area

26

Rooigrond Area

20

Rustenburg Area

28

Thohoyandou Area

22

Witbank Area

7

NORTHERN CAPE AND FREE STATE (FS&NC)

88

Goedemoed Area

1

Groenpunt Area

38

Grootvlei Area

16

Kimberley Area

10

Kroonstad Area

16

Upington Area

7

WESTERN CAPE

58

Allandale Area

1

Brandvlei Area

1

Drakenstein Area

14

George Area

10

Helderstroom Area

5

Malmesbury Area

6

Pollsmoor Area

13

Voorberg Area

2

Worcester Area

6

GRAND TOTAL

1 241

(b)

Year served by offenders serving life sentence, before released on parole

Number of offenders serving life sentence, released on parole, after serving from 13 to 33 years in a correctional facility.

13 Years

14

14 Years

54

15 Years

131

16 Years

189

17 Years

205

18 Years

184

19 Years

107

20 Years

106

21 Years

94

22 Years

58

23 Years

36

24 Years

23

25 Years

17

26 Years

11

27 Years

4

28 Years

3

29 Years

3

30 Years

1

33 Years

1

GRAND TOTAL

1 241

*Please take note: The totals in this table is for revocation, which includes offenders who committed crime and/or violated their parole conditions.

(c) LIFER REVOCATIONS

REGION

2015/2016

2016/2017

2017/2018

2018/2019

2019/2020

TOTAL

EC

2

1

2

3

1

9

GAUTENG

2

2

2

 

1

7

FS/NC

 

1

   

2

3

KZN

       

2

2

WC

     

1

 

1

LMN

 

2

     

2

TOTAL

4

6

4

4

6

24

(2) In ensuring compliance to conditions of monitoring, offenders are monitored through telephonic contact, physical visits at work if discussed and agreed upon by offender and employer and physical visit at home, during the week, weekends and public holidays (after hours visits included)

Compulsory visits by offender to the community corrections offices / sub-office /service points and where physical monitoring cannot be done due to certain circumstances; alternative measures are made or taken by the Head of Community Corrections to ensure that the offender is monitored.

All offenders placed under the system of community corrections are subjected to the Admission Risk Reclassification tool to determine the level of supervision unless stated otherwise by Court/ CSPB. Monitoring is therefore conducted in line with the offender’s categories and monitored as follows:

Condition

High Risk category

Medium Risk category

Low Risk Category

Minimum Number of contacts

Eight (08) contacts per month

Four (04) contacts per month

Two (02) contacts per month

Physical visit at home

A minimum of one face-to-face visits per week to the offender by the Reintegration Case Official

A minimum of one face-to-face visit per month

A minimum of one face-to-face visit every two months

Physical visit at work

A minimum of one monthly face-to-face visit

A minimum of one face-to-face visit every two months

Minimum of one quarterly face-to-face visit

Physical visit at community service

A minimum of one face-to-face visits per month

A minimum of one face-to-face visits per month

A minimum of one face-to-face visits per quarter

Compulsory visit by offender to the community corrections office

Minimum of one monthly face-to-face contact (office consultation)

A minimum of one face-to-face contact every two months (office consultation

A minimum of one face-to-face visit every two months (office consultation

(3)(a) The following are programmes available:

Correctional Programmes:

There are thirteen (13) Correctional Programmes aimed at addressing specific offending behaviour of offenders, aimed at creating awareness and improving the life skills of offenders. The programmes are namely:

  1. New Beginnings Orientation (orientation programme to offenders newly admitted to a Correctional Centre)  
  2. Anger Management
  3. Cross Roads (focusing on life skills)
  4. Restorative Justice Orientation
  5. Sexual Offences
  6. Substance Abuse
  7. Behaviour Modification Programme on Gangsterism
  8. Economic Crime Programme (fraud related)
  9. Economic Crime Programme (theft related)
  10. Programme on Murder and related offences
  11. Programme on Robbery and related offences
  12. Correctional Programme for Female Offenders
  13. Pre-Release

Correctional Programmes are non-therapeutic in nature and are rendered in the group mode. 

 

Social Work Programmes:

The Social Workers render the following therapeutic programmes to offenders in individual or groups settings:

  1. Anger Management Programme
  2. Sexual Offender Treatment Programme
  3. Substance Abuse Programme
  4. Youth Resilience Enhancement Programme
  5. Youth Resilience Enhancement Programme
  6. Cool and Fit for Life (Youth Programme)
  7. Elderly Offender Programme
  8. Sisonke Family and Marriage Care Programme
  9. Parenting Skills Programme

Psychological Services:

Psychologists render individual therapeutic services to sentenced offenders. These services are based on the offender’s risks and needs identified. A treatment plan is compiled to outline the specific intervention that will be best suited to the offender. When needed, a psychotherapeutic process will be initiated to address the identified risks and needs with the aim of developing better mental health, correcting offending behaviour, and assisting with movement towards successful rehabilitation.

Some offenders whose profiles are being compiled for parole purposes sometimes need to have a psychological report on their profile. These offenders are usually offenders who pose higher risks, offenders with longer sentences, and offenders who committed serious aggressive and sexual crimes (robbery, rape and murder).

(3)(b) For 2019/20 financial year an amount of R51, 155 mil is allocated for Community Reintegration programmes.

END

11 August 2020 - NW1503

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)What total number of staff is employed under the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) Intersite and Prasa Cooperate Real Estate Solutions (Cres) respectively; and (2) how are the functions and/or roles differentiated between Prasa CRES and PRASA Intersite?

Reply:

1. CRES has seven hundred and twenty six (726) employees. Intersite has twelve (12) employees.

2. CRES is a property management division of PRASA established to oversee the entity’s property portfolio, which includes stations, workplace and land. To execute its mandate, CRES provides suitable workplace facilities, manages railway stations and rents its non-commercial space including land to the business community, students and or citizens who have accommodation needs.

Intersite is an asset investment subsidiary of PRASA established to commercialize entity assets (moveable & immovable) through third party agreements.

11 August 2020 - NW561

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Gondwe, Dr M to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What (a) is the current vacancy rate of his Department of Justice and Constitutional Development and (b) number of (i) critical posts are vacant, (ii) senior management service positions are vacant, (iii) acting positions are there at senior management level and (iv) vacancies are there at the (aa) State Attorney’s Office and (bb) Master’s Office?

Reply:

a) The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development embarked on a process of reprioritizing vacant posts in line with the National a) Treasury Instruction No. 2 of 2016/17 issued on 30 September 2016 and Notice 3 of 2017/18 published on 15 May 2017 as a result of the Cost Containment Measures (reduction of wage bill). The overall vacancy rate, as at 31 March 2020, was at 14% which translates to 2 567 vacant posts. However, after the reprioritization process, the vacancy rate of critical posts stood at 6.6%, which translates to 1 118 critical vacant posts.

b) (i) Regarding the number of critical posts which are vacant, Human Resources Management indicates that there are 1 118 vacant critical posts on PERSAL.

(ii) There are 44 Senior Management Services (SMS) vacant positions, which translates to a 25% SMS vacancy rate.

(iii) The information regarding vacant Senior Management Services’ posts and where acting appointments have been made, is as follows:

  • Acting Chief Master: Mrs T Bezuidenhout has been appointed until 30 June 2020;
  • Acting Deputy Director-General: Corporate Services: Mr D Mpholo has been appointed until 30 June 2020;
  • Acting Director: Human Resources Customer Management Centre: Ms N Jacobs until 30 June 2020;
  • Acting Director: Employee Relations: Mr T Sadiki until 30 June 2020;
  • Acting Director-General: Advocate JB Skosana was appointed until 31 July 2020 –
  • Acting Chief State Law Advisor: Advocate SM Masapu has been appointed until 30 June 2020;
  • Acting Head of Justice College: Advocate B Makhene-Gadini has been appointed until 30 June 2020;
  • Acting Regional Head: Western Cape: Mr R Isaacs has been appointed until 30 June 2020;
  • Acting Regional Head: Mpumalanga: Mr P M Mthimunye has been appointed until 30 June 2020;
  • Acting Regional Head: North-West: Mr J Makutle has been appointed until 30 June 2020.

(iv) (aa) There are 151 vacant posts at Offices of the State Attorney, wherein 58 vacant posts have been reprioritized as critical, which translates to a 7.1% vacancy rate.

(bb) The numbers of vacancies at the Masters’ Office, are as follows:

There are currently 156 vacant posts in the Masters’ Office, 79 of which became vacant as from 1 April 2018. This translates to a vacancy rate of

12.1%.

Furthermore, the following SMS positions have been advertised for filling:

(i) Chief Master: Advertised on 29 November 2019 and re-advertised on 20 January 2020. Process to fill the post, has commenced.

(ii) Deputy Director-General: Corporate Services: Advertised on 29 November 2019. Process to fill the post, has commenced.

(iii) Director: Employee Relations: Advertised on 20 January 2020. The post has been filled by transfer from the Department of Correctional Services.

(iv) Director-General of the DoJ&CD: Advertised on 20 January 2020, and awaiting the Presidency’s permission to go ahead with the filling of the post.

(v) Chief State Law Advisor: Advertised on 23 March 2020.

I further wish to inform the Honourable Member that I regard the filling of these vacant senior management services’ posts as crucial. The Acting Director-General has appointed a designated official in his office to accelerate the filling of these posts and co-ordinate the process of reviewing the organizational structure of the Department, in consultation with my office, the relevant Managers of the Branches concerned, and the Human Resources Management unit. The advertising and filling of vacant posts will be done in compliance with the Department of Public Service and Administration Circular No. 19 of 2020, dated 14 May 2020.

11 August 2020 - NW1001

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August, Mr SN to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether, given the settlement agreement in 2018 between his department and the Departmental Bargaining Chamber on Phase 02 of the Occupational Specific Dispensation for Correctional Services Officials with former Minister of Correctional Services Mr Michael Mashuta, which was envisaged to conclude no later than 31 March 2020, the specified settlement agreement has been concluded; if not, why not; if so, by what date will the remaining beneficiaries be paid?

Reply:

The Settlement agreement 01 of 2016 on OSD for Correctional officials was concluded on 21 November 2016 and had a life span of three (03) years for implementation.

All serving officials on the system of Correctional Services were paid on the agreed preventatives measures for each specified year.

The status of payments to officials whose services were terminated through resignation or a dismissal are as follows:

  • Officials who resigned and were reappointed as ex officials in terms of the special recruitment became active on the system i.e. Persal and as such all outstanding monies owed to the officials were accordingly paid.
  • Partial payments have been finalised in respect of audited cases of terminated officials;
  • Approximately two thousand (2000) cases remain and payments are made when relevant documents have been received, captured and audited.

END

11 August 2020 - NW1435

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

Whether her department will take any steps to assist learners who are not able to return to schools due to suffering from comorbidities to complete the 2020 academic year; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The parents of Learners with comorbidities have been advised to report their children to their schools or districts for documentation. The school then follows guidelines to support learners with comorbidities. This included preparing studying materials to guide learners for self-study. Parents collect these materials on behalf of learners on dates determined by the school. Parents then submit work done by learners back to school for marking. In addition to the print materials provided, Lessons are broadcast through SABC, DSTV and well as OVHD Broadcast Platforms and Radio Stations across the countries to provide lessons remotely to learners.

11 August 2020 - NW1685

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Van Der Walt, Ms D to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)       What is the total number of principals in Government schools in the Republic; (2) what number of the specified school principals in each province has (a) no tertiary qualification, (b) no Grade 12 Senior Certificate, (c) a teaching qualification from a university, (d) a teaching qualification from an accredited education college and (e) a teaching qualification from a further education and training college; (3) whether any school principals at Government schools in each province have a management qualification; if so, which management qualification has been attained in each case?

Reply:

(1) As at the end of June 2020, there were 21 066 permanently appointed principals of public schools in the basic education sector.

(2) (3) In terms of section 3(1)(b) of the Employment of Educators Act, 76 of 1998, the Head of the Provincial Education Department is the employer of all educators employed at the provincial level, and therefore the requested information on (2) and (3) is kept by the Provincial Education Departments.

11 August 2020 - NW1443

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Tarabella - Marchesi, Ms NI to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What total amount has each province spent towards preparing schools for reopening and ensuring that health and safety guidelines are met?

Reply:

Department of Basic Education (DBE) has received responses from six (6) Provincial Education Departments (PEDs). Gauteng PED reported that there is no expenditure at the moment reported against the COVID 19 fund as provided by National Treasury and still investigating if expenditure has been incorrectly captured on the system based on the work already done. DBE will make follow-up with three (3) PEDs, namely, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and North West.

11 August 2020 - NW1475

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Komane, Ms RN to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

Whether she has been informed that the North West Member of the Executive Council (MEC) for Education announced that the personal protective equipment for learners will only be made available to older learners and not to younger learners at primary schools; if not, will she engage the MEC on this matter; if so, what steps does she intend taking in this regard?

Reply:

No. The MEC of the North West Education Department has not informed me.

No. I will not engage her as there is no need to do so. The procurement of COVID19 essentials has been done by respective Provincial Education Departments (PEDs), so is the distribution of such to schools and learners. Therefore, this matter does not fall within the work of the Department of Basic Education (DBE) and as such; such information should be requested from the Member of the Executive Council (MEC) in the  North West Education Department. 

11 August 2020 - NW701

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Msimang, Prof CT to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether he has found that the different measures that his department has adopted to combat the abuse of the rights of women and children has been successful in achieving that purpose; if not, (a) why have the measures not been successful and (b) what further steps will his department take in this regard; if so, why does the abuse of the rights of women and children seem to continue unabated?

Reply:

The projects regarding the establishment of Sexual Offences Courts in the Regional Courts, are yielding results, as part of the mechanisms to respond to and assist victims of gender based violence, in particular sexual offences. To date, 106 Sexual Offences Courts and 55 Thuthuzela Care Centres have been established.

With regards to the implementation of the Femicide Watch, the first phase to create a Dashboard of Femicide cases which assists the Department and Justice, Crime Prevention and Security (JCPS) Cluster to have the necessary information available regarding these heinous crimes, has been completed. The subsequent phases to assist in combating these horrendous crimes, are still work in progress.

(a) Until the society deals with the core drivers of Gender-Based Violence and Femicide (GBVC), the court system might continue to fight a losing battle. The GBVF pandemic has direct bearings on strong patriarchal social norms, complex gender inequalities, socio-economic inequalities and its ailments, poor women empowerment, family dysfunction and unaccountability, and the low social value attached to female life; hence the upward spiral of femicide in the country. With the persistent downward spiral of the economy and the unemployment rate, and together with their harsh ramifications on families, efforts made by the court system may continue to struggle to reach the expected impact.

Therefore, the solution to GBVF does not lie with courts alone. It has been proven that greater incarceration and retributive justice often focus on symptomatic relief; hence the need for interventions with society at large to act collectively against the social ills that continue to breed violence against women and children. Until then, our courts may continue to fight a losing battle.

As it is said, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. The country needs to boost up its efforts on intervention. However, the focus on prevention cannot be placed primarily on the court system as courts are positioned in the criminal justice system to get involved after the fact.

b The Department has immensely contributed in the development of globally-competitive pieces of legislation on GBVF. These include the Domestic Violence Act, 1998 (Act No. 116 of 1998), Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007 (Act No. 32 of 2007), Protection from Harassment Act, 2011 (Act No. 17 of 2011), and the Prevention and Combating of Trafficking in Persons Act, 2013 (Act No. 7 of 2013). Despite the wealth of this legal framework, South Africa has been criticised by the United Nations for struggling to bridge the gulf between paper law and action. However, it must be noted that poor implementation is a widespread challenge that many progressive countries are battling with, but with the recent introduction of the 2019 Presidential Summit Declaration against GBVF and its National Strategic Plan, South Africa is set to change this scenario. With the request of the Presidency, the Department led the process of developing this Declaration with government and civil society.

The abuse of women and children continues to increase and there are various reasons for this. At the heart of this challenge, is the patriarchal orientation of society which is fermented by gender prejudices and other forms of gender stereotypes.

The fight against the scourge of gender-based violence and other forms of women abuse is a battle that the society as a whole must embrace. Therefore, the Department’s efforts through for example, Sexual Offences Courts and awareness campaigns, should be seen as part of a bigger societal campaign to eradicate women and child abuse.

11 August 2020 - NW1007

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What are the details of the joint phasing-in plan of her department working jointly with the Department of Social Development for the reopening of early childhood development centres (ECDs) under level 3 of the risk- adjusted approach to Covid-19 within the Republic with regard to the (a) date ECDs will be allowed to open under level 3, (b) opening of ECDs in provinces which remain on level 4, (c) provision by the Government of personal protective equipment (PPE) to ECDs, (d) total number of children that will be permitted in each ECD facility, (e) enforcement of social distancing and PPE regulations within ECDs and (f) training ECD facilitators and/or practitioners will receive in preparation to receive learners?

Reply:

What are the details of the joint phasing-in plan of her department working jointly with the Department of Social Development for the reopening of early childhood development programmes (ECDs) under level 3 of the risk-adjusted approach to Covid-19 within the Republic?

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) and the Department of Social Development (DSD) are still in the process of the early childhood development (ECD) function shift. To date, the ECD function has not yet been transferred to DBE by Proclamation, and the primary responsibility for the re-opening of ECD programmes, rests with the DSD.  That said, the DBE is supporting DSD in developing a plan towards the safe re-opening of ECD programmes.

The DSD, in collaboration with the DBE, Department of Health and civil society, have embarked on a process to look into the options, conditions, requirements and risks associated with the re-opening of ECD programmes.  The first engagement was on 26 May 2020, where eight workstreams (data, monitoring, assessment, support packages, protocols for re-opening, general COVID-19 awareness, programme re-design and practitioner training) were agreed upon, and immediately commenced their work.  This will provide important information regarding the measures and timing for the re-opening of ECD programmes.

(a) date ECDs will be allowed to open under level 3                          

The overall workplan that will be developed by the workstreams will determine this date.

(b) opening of ECDs in provinces which remain on level 4

The overall workplan that will be developed by the workstreams will determine this date.

(c) provision by the Government of personal protective equipment (PPE) to ECDs

The Support Packages Workstream is developing a basic package of support to enable ECD programmes to implement the protocols and standard operating procedures. Funding options for this are considered, including using the budget from the ECD conditional grant to provide the appropriate PPEs.

(d) total number of children that will be permitted in each ECD facility

The Protocols Workstream will develop the required protocols and standard operating procedures for ECD programmes to re-open.

(e) enforcement of social distancing and PPE regulations within ECDs and 

The Protocols Workstream will develop the required protocols and standard operating procedures for ECD programmes to re-open, whereas the Support Packages Workstream is developing a basic package of support to enable ECD programmes to implement the protocols and standard operating procedures. On 2 June, the DSD will also launch the Vangasali campaign as part of Child Protection week. The purpose of the campaign is to crowd-source information on where ECD programmes are located so that the DSD can monitor the readiness of ECD programmes to re-open.

(f) training ECD facilitators and/or practitioners will receive in preparation to receive learners?          

The workstream that focuses on practitioner training will develop a strategy to train all practitioners to prepare adequately before children return to ECD programmes. The general COVID-19 awareness workstream will also develop information packages to programmes and parents to educate them around the required measures that need to be in place.

11 August 2020 - NW1275

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Horn, Mr W to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What was the total number of criminal cases deemed as being part of the backlog roll in (a) regional courts and (b) district courts on (i) 25 March 2020 and (ii) 25 May 2020?

Reply:

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development and the National Prosecuting Authority, define backlog cases as cases being in the backlog based age analysis of the court roll. For the district courts, cases that are older than six months will be regarded as being in the backlog, while for the regional courts, cases which are older than nine months will be regarded as being in the backlog.

At the end of March 2020, a total of 194 225 cases were carried forward to the next financial year that commenced in April 2020. In addition to the cases carried forward, a total of 70 667 cases were enrolled during the lockdown period in April and May 2020, the majority of which were postponed to a date after the lockdown period.

The disruption in the optimal use of courts resulted in an increase in the number of outstanding cases in the lower courts. At the end of May 2020, compared to the outstanding roll and backlog cases at the end of March 2020, the outstanding case-loads in (a) Regional Courts, increased by 1%, and (b) in District Courts, by 18%.

A similar increase was noted in the backlog of cases. At the end of May 2020, the backlog of cases in (a) the Regional Courts, increased by 14%, and (b) in the district courts, by 63%.

END

11 August 2020 - NW1424

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

(1)By what cumulative percentage in (a) real and (b) nominal terms did the salaries of members of the Senior Management Service (SMS) in levels 13 to16 in the public service grow between the 2009-10 financial year and the 2020-21 financial year; (2) whether he will provide Dr L A Schreiberwitha detailed breakdown of the annual salary increases granted to members of SMS salary levels 13, 14, 15 and 16 for each financial year since the 2009-10 financial year; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether he will provide Dr L A Schreiberwitha breakdown of the number of public servants currently employed at SMS salary levels 13 to 16?

Reply:

Questions 1 and 2

According to information received from National Treasury the salary adjustments granted to members at the various salary levels of the Senior Management Service (SMS), in real and nominal terms, between the 2009/10 and 2019/20 financial years, are reflected in the table below. No final decision on salary adjustments for the SMS for the 2020/21 financial year has been taken yet.

 

2009/10

2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

2019/20

Total

Consumer Price Index

6,5%

3,8%

5,5%

5,5%

5,8%

5,6%

5,2%

6,3%

4,7%

4,6%

4,2%

57,7%

Cost of living adjustment (COLA)

Nominal salary growth (COLA)

Salary Level 13

10,5%

6,0%

5,0%

5,0%

5,6%

6,2%

5,5%

4,0%

5,5%

6,0%

5,2%

64,5%

Salary Level 14

10,5%

6,0%

5,0%

5,0%

5,6%

5,7%

5,5%

2,5%

5,5%

5,5%

5,2%

62,0%

Salary Level 15

10,5%

6,0%

5,0%

5,0%

5,6%

5,7%

5,5%

2,5%

5,5%

5,5%

5,2%

62,0%

Salary Level 16

10,5%

6,0%

5,0%

5,0%

5,6%

5,7%

5,5%

2,0%

5,5%

5,5%

5,2%

61,5%

 

Real salary growth

Salary Level 13

3,8%

2,1%

-0,5%

-0,5%

-0,2%

0,6%

0,3%

-2,2%

0,8%

1,3%

1,0%

6,5%

Salary Level 14

3,8%

2,1%

-0,5%

-0,5%

-0,2%

0,1%

0,3%

-3,6%

0,8%

0,9%

1,0%

4,1%

Salary Level 15

3,8%

2,1%

-0,5%

-0,5%

-0,2%

0,1%

0,3%

-3,6%

0,8%

0,9%

1,0%

4.1%

Salary Level 16

3,8%

2,1%

-0,5%

-0,5%

-0,2%

0,1%

0,3%

-4,0%

0,8%

0,9%

1,0%

3,7%

Question 3

The number of Senior Management Service employees in the Public Service as on 30 June 2020, per salary level, is reflected in the following table:

Salary level

Number

13

6 805

14

2 173

15

503

16

126

Total

9 607

Data source: PERSAL

Excluding Defence and State Security Agency

Excluding resignations up to 30 June 2020

11 August 2020 - NW1528

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

(1)      Whether a certain person (name and details furnished) was suspended; if not, what is the position in this regard if so, (a)(i) on what date and (ii) for what reason was the person suspended and (b) what has been the cost to the State in terms of remuneration since the person was suspended; (2) Whether any official was appointed in an acting capacity; if so, (a) what is the name of the specified official, (b) what is the cost of the post to the State and (c) for how long has the specified official been employed in the specified post; (3) Whether any internal investigation has been conducted into the person’s suspension; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, on what date will the case be concluded?

Reply:

(1) Yes.

(1)(a)(i) The mentioned official was suspended on 16 August 2019 for unrelated misconduct and re-instated on instruction of the Minister after PSC recommendation in November 2019. The mentioned official was again suspended on 02 December 2019.

(1)(a)(ii) The official was suspended due to him being implicated in investigations conducted by the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) under Proclamation10of2018. The Department received multiple disciplinary referrals from the SIU with regards to the official.

(1)(b) The cost to the State in terms of remuneration since the person was suspended is R528367.50

(2) Yes

(2)(a) MrJ.G Smalberger is the name of the official appointed to act in this capacity.

(2)(b) The cost of the post to the Statefrom01November2019todateisR1 014 393.92

(2)(c) The specified official has been employed in the specified post on contract basis since 01 November 2019.

(3) Yes, however due to the fact that the official is implicated in multiple disciplinary referrals the date of conclusion cannot be determined at this stage.

11 August 2020 - NW1502

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

What (a) total number of individual retail opportunities currently exist in each building at each station under the custodianship of his department and the entities reporting to him and (b) is the total amount of revenue generated from each lease agreement at each specified station in each of the past three financial years?

Reply:

The table below reflects:

a) all retail and commercial opportunities currently available at stations and;

b) the total rental per year for these opportunities.

The data excludes rental on other categories such as bus billing, residential and properties not situated on a station.

Number of retail/commercial activities at PRASA stations

Rental Generated per period

 

Financial Year 2017/2018

Financial Year 2018/2019

Financial Year 2019/2020

493

R124,146,942-07

R133,491,335-56

R143,539,070-50

11 August 2020 - NW548

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Selfe, Mr J to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether all reports submitted to the (a) Commissioner and (b) Correctional Supervision and Parole Boards (CSPBs) by Case Management Committees contain all the information required by section 42(2)(d) and 42(2)(e) of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998; if not, why not; (2) whether the Commissioner or CSPBs consider the application by an offender for placement on parole on the basis of an incomplete report; if not, on what basis are such offenders released on parole; if so, why?

Reply:

(1)(a)(b) Yes, profile reports submitted to the Head of Correctional Centres (HCC) or Correctional Supervision and Parole Board (CSPBs) have to meet the requirements of sections 42(2)(d) and 42(2)(e) of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998.

Remarks and orders given by sentencing court are adhered to, it is however worth mentioning that there are challenges in obtaining documents such as sentence remarks, SAP62 and SAP69 in some cases from courts and SAPS.

Sentence remarks are mandatory in determining an effective intervention and treatment plan targeting offending behaviour based on accurate assessment of individual offender risks and needs. In the absence of sentence remarks the documents, reports by professionals are to a larger extent one sided and based on known events leading to misdiagnosis that doesn’t target offending behaviour. Reporting and management of risks can be compromised by non-availability of the same sentence remarks and previous convictions which inform the risk reports.

Where these documents were not provided by the abovementioned stakeholders, a report is attached on the profile report explaining attempts made to obtain the documents and the courts as well as SAPS response thereto. The implementation of the Integrated Criminal Justice System (ICJS) by the JCPS cluster value chain will ensure this is avoided.

It is also important to mention that upon admission offenders are assessed, Correctional Sentence Plans are compiled and updated during the serving of sentence. The Correctional Sentence Plans prescribe programmes that offenders must be subjected to and whether such programmes are to be offered by Correctional Intervention Officials, Social Workers or Psychologists. Therefore, some profile reports will not have a report of Psychologist if there was no need identified; in particular offenders serving short sentences and non-violent offences and this does not mean that the profile report is incomplete.

As prescribed by Section 42(2) (e) of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998 (‘the CSA”), the Case Management Committees (CMCs) do submit reports as contemplated in paragraph (d) to the Head of Correctional Centre in respect of any offenders sentenced to incarceration for 24 months or less. The submission is a short version of a profile report due to short period of time to be served. In this category, offenders can only be exposed to life skills programmes and pre-release programmes depending on the length of sentence, meaning not all information per reports may be available and this does not mean that the profile report is incomplete.

2. No, incomplete profile reports are not considered. Offenders do not apply for parole as the parole consideration process is initiated by the Case Management Committees (CMCs) by compiling profile reports about 6 months before offenders reach their legislated minimum detention periods. The Heads of Correctional Centre (to whom the National Commissioner has delegated his powers consider offenders serving 24 months or less) or Correctional Supervision and Parole Boards (CSPBs) quality check profile reports received from the CMCs and those with short comings are referred back to the CMCs for rectification.

Where documents such as sentence remarks cannot be provided by some courts, a report is attached to the profile reports explaining attempts made to obtain the sentence remarks and courts’ response thereto. Where a CSPB approves placement on parole based on an incomplete profile report or before an offender attends a prescribed programme, such a decision will be subject to review by the Correctional Supervision and Parole Review Board.

END

11 August 2020 - NW922

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Mulder, Mr FJ to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

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; and (4) Whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

  1. The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development has informed me that no tender was awarded since procurement of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) was lower than the tender threshold of R500 000.00. Senior Managers and Court Managers use their existing delegations to procure PPEs from the service providers already in the Central Supplier Database.
  2. Falls away, due to the response above.
  3. Falls away.
  4. Falls away.

11 August 2020 - NW1454

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Horn, Mr W to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What total number of (a) the 14 647 inmates who benefited from the remission of sentences announced on 16 December 2019 by the President of the Republic, Mr M.C Ramaphosa, are among the 19 000 inmates due to be released as part of the COVID-19 parole dispensation and (b) inmates only qualified to be released because they have benefited from both the 2019 remission and the criteria applicable to the COVID-19 parole dispensation?

Reply:

Special Remission refers to a reduction of the sentences of incarcerated offenders, probationers and parolees with a period as determined by the President. On
16 December 2019 the President of the Republic, Mr M.C Ramaphosa announced the reduction of sentence for all sentenced offenders including probationers and parolees by 12 months. An additional 06 months special remission was granted for categories with non-violent crimes.

The special parole dispensation due to COVID-19 means that the selected low risk offenders’ minimum detention periods were advanced for consideration for placement.

(a) None. The 14 647 inmates referred to are those whose sentences (due to the remission), expired resulting in them exiting the correctional services system.

(b) Due to long sentences imposed by the courts, a total of 9 617 offenders benefitted from the 2019 Special Remission and they did not qualify for release and placement on parole. However, the 2020 COVID-19 Special Parole Dispensation has advanced their dates for consideration of parole placement.

As indicated, only low-risk offenders who meet all the requirements and conditions for placement on parole, will be placed on parole. The requirement that only offenders who have undergone relevant rehabilitation programmes aimed at addressing their offending behaviour would qualify for placement as this would minimise the risk of re-offending.

Every qualifying sentenced offender’s profile will be assessed and considered individually by the Parole Boards before they make their recommendations for placement on parole. This will include affording victims the opportunity to make representations why an offender should not be placed on parole. All relevant factors will be taken into consideration during this process, which will include any prior convictions for violent offences committed.

END

11 August 2020 - NW1094

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Breytenbach, Adv G to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What number of cases that emanate from the lockdown regulations since the inception of the lockdown have been referred to the National Prosecuting Authority for decision; (2) what number of the referred cases have been (a) withdrawn and (b) returned for further investigation; (3) (a) what number of the referred cases have been placed on a court roll and (b) on which court rolls were the cases placed?

Reply:

(1) The NPA, in line with the modernization approach enunciated by the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, monitored the enrolment of all Covid-19 cases from the integrated electronic case management dataset. During the lockdown period up to 9 June 2020 (date of response), the courts dealt with 18 355 first appearance cases related to Covid-19 contraventions, with 39 089 accused.

(2)(a) A total of 776 cases were withdrawn during the said period, which represents 4% of the total first appearance cases.

(2)(b) A total of 12 354 (67.3%) cases are still open and postponed for future date. Further investigation is directed by the prosecutors to ensure that the case may be finalised on the next court appearance date.

3(a) A total of 18 355 first appearance cases were enrolled. The integrated system only includes cases enrolled. Cases referred for decision are not yet electronically recorded but this model is being developed. The data relating to decision dockets is therefore not yet available from the said integrated system.

However, during the Lockdown Alert Level 5 period (27 March 2020 – 30 April 2020), a manual collation process of information pertaining to Covid-19 contraventions indicated that almost 25% of first appearance cases were not enrolled, due to insufficient evidence. These dockets were referred for decision and further investigation, where applicable.

3(b) The majority of Covid-19 related cases (99%) were enrolled in the district courts and only one percent was directly enrolled in the regional courts.

11 August 2020 - NW249

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Selfe, Mr J to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

(1) Whether a certain person (name furnished) was released on parole; if so, (a) for which crimes was the specified person sentenced, (b) on what date was the specified person sentenced, (c) what was the length of the sentence, (d) on what date was the specified person released and (e) what were the parole conditions; (2) was the family of the victim(s) of the specified person’s crime(s) invited to make representations about the specified person’s release on parole; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether the specified person has violated any conditions attached to his release on parole; if so, (a) what are the relevant details and (b) what steps has his department taken in this regard?

Reply:

(1) Yes.

(a) Offender was serving a sentence of imprisonment for kidnapping, child molestation and culpable homicide.

(b) He was sentenced on 07 April 2008.

(c) He was sentenced for the crimes as follows:

  • count 1: 2 years imprisonment
  • count 2: 6 months imprisonment
  • count 3: 10 years imprisonment

The court ordered that sentences on counts 1&2 to run concurrently with the sentence on count 3. Therefore he is serving an effective sentence of 10 years imprisonment.

(d) He was placed on parole on 3 April 2013. On 18 November 2013 he was declared an absconder and re-admitted on 12 August 2015 after being arrested for driving without drivers’ licence and possession of stolen goods.

The offender received a suspended fine on both charges. He was again placed on parole on 17 October 2016 until18 May 2019 wherein he absconded again on 6 February 2019.

(e) The offender was subjected to the following parole conditions in line with section 52 of the Correctional Services Act, 1998 (Act 111 of 1998):

  • Monitoring – high risk
  • Placed under house detention;
  • Restricted to magisterial district;
  • Reside at a fixed address which has been approved after consultations with the Head Community Corrections;
  • Refrains from using alcohol or illegal drugs;
  • Refrains from committing a criminal offence;
  • Refrains from visiting a particular place;
  • Refrains from making contact with a particular person or persons or threatening a particular person or persons by word or action.

(2) No, the offender attended restorative justice programme but victims were not invited to participate in the Parole Board meeting when the offender was considered for placement. Victim/offender dialogue was not compulsory in 2013 April when the offender was released on Parole, thus was not done. In October 2016, the offender was placed on parole for the second time and thereafter treated as a parole violator which led to his parole being revoked.

(3)(a) Yes, he violated his parole conditions by absconding from the system of community corrections and driving without drivers’ licence as well as possession of stolen goods after he was placed on parole on 3 April 2013. He absconded again on 6 February 2019 after he was placed on parole on 17 October 2016. He is also alleged to have kidnapped and killed an 8 year old girl from Ravensmead.

(b) After he was re-arrested on 12 August 2015 for absconding, he was denied parole for a period of 1 year and 2 months and was again placed on parole on 17 October 2016.The Goodwood Management Area revoked his parole and he is currently serving hundred and twenty seven (127) days which was the remainder of the ten (10) years sentence he was initially serving on 07 April 2008. He started serving the hundred and twenty seven (127) days on 21 February 2020.

A high risk profile assessment will be conducted to determine the placement of the offender in the facility as well as to determine the risk that he still poses.

A psycho- social assessment will also be conducted to determine further rehabilitation. If found guilty with the new crime, previous sentence and new sentence will it be concurrent or separated? This office is not in a position to respond to this question as the court will determine how the sentence should be served.

END

07 August 2020 - NW1801

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister in The Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

Following the release of the report by the Commission of Gender Equity with regard to the treacherous and inhumane sterilisation of HIV-positive women, some dating back to 1997, what steps has she taken to ensure that (a) no woman is ever forced to undergo this dehumanising practice and (b) those responsible for this are made to account?

Reply:

The report by the Commission on Gender Equality (CGE) was released in February 2020 and I immediately responded with a media statement. I expressed my deep concern at these human rights violations and reproductive injustices committed against women living with HIV through these acts of forced sterilisation. The South African Constitution guarantees the rights of all women the right to dignity, life and bodily integrity. The Sterilisations Act of 1998 provides for the protection of rights of women to make informed choices about sterilisation and the responsibility of health professionals in this regard. Therefore, I called for urgent redress to be afforded to these women whose rights were violated.

At the same time, I also applauded the recommendations of the CGE report that the National Department of Health must facilitate dialogue between themselves and the complainants in order to for them to find ways of providing redress to the complainants.

 

The Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities calls upon medical professionals to work with the Department to protect and uphold the rights of all women including women living with HIV in South Africa.

07 August 2020 - NW1676

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Bozzoli, Prof B to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology

What will be the specific effect on normal university expenditure in each university resulting from (a) the cuts in the university block grant of R2,5 billion and (b) the reallocation of the university block grant of R2,1billion towards the Covid-19 expenditure, with special reference to activities and expenses that will no longer be able to take place?

Reply:

The COVID-19 pandemic has already had an impact on normal university expenditure, allowing for substantial savings due to the postponement of a range of activities, especially due to cancelled conferences, and limited travel and accommodation being undertaken. In addition, general savings on services (electricity and water) have also been experienced. Many institutions at the same time, recognising the context, have made decisions not to fill vacant posts unless they were essential positions, thus ensuring that they are better able to manage the highly uncertain fiscal climate.

Immediately after the Presidential announcement declaring a national disaster, the Department embarked on a consultative process and engaged with all universities regarding the system’s needs to ensure the successful completion of the academic year and the need to operate differently. This process involved the development of costed remote multi-modal teaching, learning and assessment plans.

Considering all of these aspects, including the funding required to assist the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) funded students to acquire laptops, the total financial impact is R3.8506 billion. This is funded partially by institutions’ own internal reprioritisation (R749 million), through reprioritising unspent earmarked grants and interest on earmarked grants at institutions (R1.332 billion), as well as funds made available by NSFAS for advances on allowances to fund laptops (approximately R2.5 billion for both university and TVET college students).

In addition, institutions estimated that they would require R1.821 billion for ensuring that their campuses are compliant to health and safety protocols when they reintegrate staff and students in line with their return-to-campus plans. Some plans had unnecessary high cost items and the Department has indicated that it could not support those items. The Department has identified R608.249 million (made up of R398.249 million from 2020/21 ad-hoc earmarked funds, together with the R210 million returned from the R750 million suspension on the 2020/21 infrastructure and efficiency grant), subject to Ministerial approval, to support institutions to implement their return to campus plans. 

The suspension of R2.5 billion from the block grant, and the reallocation of R2.117 billion has resulted in a net cut of R382.596 million (1.07%) from the block grant. The transfers of the subsidy will continue as expected to institutions to fund their operations. Institutions will need to ensure that they create efficiencies to deal with the real shortfall of 1.07% on their block grants, ensure prudent expenditure and manage the additional costs related to dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic within their available budgets. While no programmes funded though the earmarked grants have been stopped, the original plans have been slowed down, or redirected, to deal with the challenges brought to the fore by the pandemic. 

07 August 2020 - NW1678

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Bozzoli, Prof B to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology

Which (a) infrastructure and (b) other projects will be postponed and/or stopped in each university in the sector as a result of cuts and reprioritisations of funding?

Reply:

At this point in time, the Department has not received any confirmation from universities of projects that may be slowed down or postponed as a result of the cuts and reprioritisation of funding. A large amount of the reprioritised funds comes from interest accrued on earmarked grants that had not yet been specifically allocated to any projects. No currently approved projects have been stopped. 

All infrastructure projects that were approved during previous infrastructure cycles that are not yet finalised will continue to be supported. In the 2020/21 financial year, R750 million will not be transferred as originally planned to fund some approved projects at specific institutions. The transfers for these projects will be delayed into the 2021/22 financial year. This will have a knock-on effect in that there will be less funding available in the first year of the next infrastructure cycle for new projects and will result in the slowing down and stretching out of infrastructure development across universities. The 6th infrastructure and efficiency cycle commences in April 2021, and planning for the new cycle will start soon so that the new projects can be implemented early in April 2021.

07 August 2020 - NW1638

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

What measures has her Office put in place to bolster the work of the Commission for Gender Equality in light of the escalating violence against women, and more especially, to empower women to deal with the impact of Covid-19?

Reply:

In exercising its mandate, the Commission on Gender Equality (CGE) recently requested the Department to respond to a set of questions on the implementation of targets on the GBVF Emergency Response Action Plan (ERAP); and processes followed regarding the development of the Gender-based Violence and Femicide National Strategic Plan (GBVF-NSP) and the establishment of the National Council for Gender-based Violence and Femicide (NCGBVF).

The Department provided a comprehensive response to the CGE.

Furthermore, the Department popularises the hot line number 0800 007 709 on GBV for the CGE during the Covid-19 lockdown. This intervention allows the commissioners at provincial level to respond in line with Pillar 4: Adequate Care, Support and Healing.

Also, the CGE and the Department are collaborating in the following ways:

  • Both share each other’s statements with various stakeholders.
  • Share calendar of activities and concept papers.
  • Exchange reports and utilise our reports in particular on GBV areas and made referrals on cases.
  • The CGE participated in the civil society (CSO) webinar on “The Roadmap to the establishment of the National Council for Gender-based Violence and Femicide” held on 13 June 2020.

The CGE is currently involved and participating actively in the NSP Pillar Interim Task Teams (ITTs) working sessions set up to develop the implementation plans for the popularisation and roll-out of the NSP during the lockdown period.

07 August 2020 - NW1677

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Bozzoli, Prof B to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology

(1) How precisely will the cut in the funding of technical and vocational education and training colleges, resulting from the reduction and reprioritisation of funds, affect the 2021 new student intake in each centre of specialisation; (2) whether fewer students will be admitted; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) by what number will the intake be reduced and (b) what other costs will be cut?

Reply:

(1)        In November 2019, an allocation of R170.293 million was made from the 2019/20 budget to the Centre of Specialisation students for the year 2020. 

             This comprised of:

  • 1 210 returning students from 2019 (1stcohort)           =-    R 84 million 
  • 840 new enrolments for 2020 (2ndcohort)                   =       R 86 million

The Centres of Specialisation were unable to realise the new enrolments for 2020 given the disruptions caused by the COVID pandemic, largely due to uncertainty in employer commitments and as a result, no new enrolments will take place in 2020. This accounts for R86 million of the R170 million which colleges will carry forward into the new financial year. Three colleges started their second intake in 2020 and as such will not be allowed to start a third intake in 2021.

New allocations will be made in March 2021 and the second cohort will be able to start the programme, if employers are ready. The timing of the payment from November 2020 to March 2021 will therefore ensure minimum further disruption of the programme.

(2) (a) There will be no third intake in 2021.

(b) No other costs have been cut as student fees are paid to colleges for the different cohorts.

06 August 2020 - NW1656

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Montwedi, Mr Mk to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What total number of farmer categories has her department assisted since the beginning of the lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19?

Reply:

The Department did not assist farmers to curb the spread of Covid-19.However, the Department provided the following Personal Protective Equipment and hygiene products to farm workers to help curb the spread of COVID-19.

  • 400 000 disposable face masks.
  • 400 000 bars of soap.
  • 200 000 reusable cloth masks.

06 August 2020 - NW1381

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Chetty, Mr M to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a)(i) land reform farms, (ii) productive farms and (iii) non-productive farms in Gauteng and (iv) the reasons that the specified farms are non-productive, (b) the total amounts of recapitalisation funding spent on each farm since they were purchased, (c) the actions being taken to make the non-productive farms productive and (d) where the budget is going to come from for each recapitalisation?

Reply:

(a)(i) Please refer to Annexure A

(ii),(iii) The Department has not yet conducted a study on all Land Reform farms to determine the productivity or otherwise.

(iii) Falls away

(b) Please refer toAnnexure B.

(c) Land Development Support is currently limited to Proactive Land Acquisition Farms that were assessed and is currently limited to 146 of those farms due to the budget constraints.

(d) The budget for each recapitalisation is going to come from the department.

06 August 2020 - NW1380

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Chetty, Mr M to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a)(i) land reform farms, (ii) productive farms and (iii) non-productive farms in Mpumalanga and (iv) the reasons that the specified farms are non-productive, (b) the total amounts of recapitalisation funding spent on each farm since they were purchased, (c) the actions being taken to make the non-productive farms productive and (d) where the budget is going to come from for each recapitalisation?

Reply:

(a)(i) Please refer to Annexure A.

(ii),(iii) The Department has not yet conducted a study on all Land Reform farms to determine the productivity or otherwise.

(iv) Falls away.

(b) Please refer toAnnexure B.

(c) Land Development Support is currently limited to Proactive Land Acquisition Farms that were assessed and is currently limited to 146 of those farms due to the budget constraints.

(d) The budget for each recapitalisation is going to come from the department.

06 August 2020 - NW1379

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Chetty, Mr M to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a)(i) land reform farms, (ii) productive farms and (iii) non-productive farms in KwaZulu-Natal and (iv) the reasons that the specified farms are non-productive, (b) the total amounts of recapitalisation funding spent on each farm since they were purchased, (c) the actions being taken to make the non-productive farms productive and (d) where the budget is going to come from for each recapitalisation?

Reply:

(a)(i) Please refer to Annexure A.

(ii)(iii) The Department has not yet conducted a study on all Land Reform farms to determine the productivity or otherwise.

(iv) Falls away.

b) Please refer toAnnexure B.

c) Land Development Support is currently limited to Proactive Land Acquisition Farms that were assessed and is currently limited to 146 of those farms due to the budget constraints.

d) The budget for each recapitalisation is going to come from the department.

06 August 2020 - NW1377

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a)(i) land reform farms, (ii) productive farms and (iii) non-productive farms in the Northern Cape and (iv) the reasons that the specified farms are non-productive, (b) the total amounts of recapitalisation funding spent on each farm since they were purchased, (c) the actions being taken to make the non-productive farms productive and (d) where the budget is going to come from for each recapitalisation?

Reply:

(a)(i) Please refer to Annexure A.

(ii)(iii) The Department has not yet conducted a study on all Land Reform farms to determine the productivity or otherwise.

(iv) Falls away.

b) Please refer to Annexure B

c) Land Development Support is currently limited to Proactive Land Acquisition Farms that were assessed and is currently limited to 146 of those farms due to the budget constraints.

d) The budget for each recapitalisation is going to come from the department.

06 August 2020 - NW1376

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a)(i) land reform farms, (ii) productive farms and (iii) non-productive farms in the Free State and (iv) the reasons that the specified farms are non-productive, (b) the total amounts of recapitalisation funding spent on each farm since they were purchased, (c) the actions being taken to make the non-productive farms productive and (d) where the budget is going to come from for each recapitalisation?

Reply:

(a)(i) Please refer to Annexure A.

(ii),(iii) The Department has not yet conducted a study on all Land Reform farms to determine the productivity or otherwise.

(iv) Falls away.

b) Please refer to Annexure B

c) Land Development Support is currently limited to Proactive Land Acquisition Farms that were assessed and is currently limited to 146 of those farms due to the budget constraints.

d) The budget for each recapitalisation is going to come from the department.

06 August 2020 - NW1375

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a)(i) land reform farms, (ii) productive farms and (iii) non-productive farms in North-West and (iv) the reasons that the specified farms are non-productive, (b) the total amounts of recapitalisation funding spent on each farm since they were purchased, (c) the actions being taken to make the non-productive farms productive and (d) where the budget is going to come from for each recapitalisation?

Reply:

(a)(i) Please refer to Annexure A.

(ii),(iii) The Department has not yet conducted a study on all Land Reform farms to determine the productivity or otherwise.

(iv) Falls away.

b) Please refer to Annexure B.

c) Land Development Support is currently limited to Proactive Land Acquisition Farms that were assessed and is currently limited to 146 of those farms due to the budget constraints.

d) The budget for each recapitalisation is going to come from the department.

06 August 2020 - NW1374

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a)(i) land reform farms, (ii) productive farms and (iii) non-productive farms in Limpopo and (iv) the reasons that the specified farms are non-productive, (b) the total amounts of recapitalisation funding spent on each farm since they were purchased, (c) the actions being taken to make the non-productive farms productive and (d) where the budget is going to come from for each recapitalisation?

Reply:

(a)(i) Please refer to Annexure A.

(ii),(iii) The Department has not yet conducted a study on all Land Reform farms to determine the productivity or otherwise.

(iv) Falls Away.

b) Please refer to Annexure B.

c) Land Development Support is currently limited to Proactive Land Acquisition Farms that were assessed and is currently limited to 146 of those farms due to the budget constraints.

d) The budget for each recapitalisation is going to come from the department.

06 August 2020 - NW1373

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a)(i) land reform farms, (ii) productive farms and (iii) non- productive farms in the Western Cape and (iv) the reasons that the specified farms are non-productive, (b) the total amounts of recapitalisation funding spent on each farm since they were purchased, (c) the actions being taken to make the non-productive farms productive and (d) where the budget is going to come from for each recapitalisation?

Reply:

(a)(i) Please refer to Annexure A.

(ii)(iii) The Department has not yet conducted a study on all Land Reform farms to determine the productivity or otherwise.

(iv) Falls away.

(b) Please refer to Annexure B.

(c) Land Development Support is currently limited to Proactive Land Acquisition farms that were assessed and is currently limited to 146 of those farms due to the budget constraints.

(d) The budget for each recapitalisation is going to come from the department.

06 August 2020 - NW1378

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a)(i) land reform farms, (ii) productive farms and (iii) non-productive farms in the Eastern Cape and (iv) the reasons that the specified farms are non-productive, (b) the total amounts of recapitalisation funding spent on each farm since they were purchased, (c) the actions being taken to make the non-productive farms productive and (d) where the budget is going to come from for each recapitalisation?

Reply:

(a)(i) Please refer to Annexure A.

(ii),(iii) The Department has not yet conducted a study on all Land Reform farms to determine the productivity or otherwise.

(iv) Falls away.

(b) Please refer toAnnexure B.

(c) Land Development Support is currently limited to Proactive Land Acquisition Farms that were assessed and is currently limited to 146 of those farms due to the budget constraints.

(d) The budget for each recapitalisation is going to come from the department.

06 August 2020 - NW1280

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Social Development

With reference to her department’s response to Covid-19 whereby the National Development Agency (NDA) will pay 120 civil society organisations R5 000 per month over a period of 6 months as an administration fee to manage 1 200 NDA volunteers, for what reasons did her department not engage and utilise the municipalities’ existing Expanded Public Works Programme databases for this Covid-19 action response?

Reply:

The National Development Agency Act 108 of 1998 (as amended) section 4(1) (d) gives the NDA duties and powers to “ create and maintain a database on civil society organisations, including, but not limited to, the scope and subject matter of their work and their geographical distribution, and share the information in that database with relevant organs of state and other stakeholders.” To this end the NDA has a database comprised of 15 858 CSOs that have been assessed and profiled. The CSOs that provided the volunteers were drawn from this database instead of the Municipalities’ existing Expanded Public Works Programme databases. Furthermore, the aim of using the NDA CSO database was to expand job opportunities to other young people who are not currently benefitting from any of government’s programs. The NDA does maintain strategic relationship with both the provincial and local governments in the implementation of its programmes.

06 August 2020 - NW1250

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Hicklin, Ms MB to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) What (a) procurement procedures were employed by her department in the identification and selection of the private facilities later referred to the Department of Health to be used for the repatriation of South African citizens and (b) number of these identifications and selections were done through unsolicited bids; (2) whether her department considered the applications that numerous private facilities in Limpopo, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal made to her department to have their facilities nominated for evaluation by the Department of Health to be used as quarantine sites; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1)(a) The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has informed me that all private facilities that the Department procured from the private sector were sourced from the Department of Tourism database and some individually submitted or offered their facilities to DPWI for use as quarantine facilities. Sites were then included into a Master Database pending inspection by the Department of Health.  Only when DOH inspected and approved a site, is it then listed as compliant on the Master Database. Quotations were then invited from NDOH compliant sites and Letters of Activation (LOA’s) issued based on location, room availability according to the number of Persons Under Investigation (PUI’s) arriving and price. Rates offered were also verified against the FEDHASA rates as agreed with the National Treasury.

(b) Offers were received from the private sector availing their facilities for quarantine.  The offered sites were included them into the Master Database as “potential” quarantine sites pending inspection by the Department of Health.  Annexure A is a list of all sites contracted.

2. All offered facilities regardless of the province are incorporated into the national database. The Department of Health is provided with the latest updated version of the national database to ensure that the assessment and evaluation of facilities takes place. The latest version of the national database contains the following proposed number of facilities (some of which are private facilities);

  • Limpopo (415)
  • Mpumalanga (476)
  • KwaZulu Natal (474)

LIST OF QUARANTINE SITES CONTRACTED BY DPWI ANNEXURE A

Serial No

Name of Institution/Facility Procured as Quarantine Site

Agreed Rate/Tariff as per FEDHASA letter dated 21 April 2020 (VAT inclusive)

Comments

1

Musina Hotel and Conference Facility

R1050-00

Site not activated by Department of Health. Thus no PUI’s allocated for quarantine to date.

2

Tsogo Sun - Garden Court Eastgate

R1207-50

 

3

Tsogo Sun - Garden Court Newlands Cape Town

R1380-00

 

4

Tsogo Sun - Stay Easy

Eastgate

R1092-50

 

5

Tsogo Sun Stay Easy EmnotweniMpumulanga

R1092-50

 

6

Tsogo Sun Southern Sun Bloemfontein – Free State

R1380-00

 

7

Tsogo Sun Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard

R1207-50

 

8

Centurion Lake Hotel

R1050-00

 

9

City Lodge Grand West Cape Town

R1050-00

 

10

City Lodge V & A Cape Town Lodge

R1050-00

 

11

City Lodge Durban Hotel

R1207-50

 

12

City Lodge Umhlanga Ridge Durban

R1205-50

 

13

Capital on Park

R1138-50

 

14

Capital Melrose

R1138-50

 

15

Capital Bath

R1138-50

 

16

Capital Ivy Villa Hotel

R1138-50

 

17

Capital on Empire

R1138-50

 

18

Capital Menlyn Maine

R1138-50

Discontinued use. Multi-tenant facility

19

Mercure Hotels South Africa –Midrand

R1092-50

 

20

Mercure Hotels South Africa – Bedfordview

R1207-50

 

21

Mercure Premier Hotel Nelspruit

R1208-00

 

22

Peermont Emperors Palace Metcourt Hotel

R1200-00

Advised that they no longer wish to be used due to staff becoming infected

23

Peermont Emperors Palace Mondior Hotel

R1380-00

Advised that they no longer wish to be used due to staff becoming infected

24

Indaba Hotel and Spa - JHB

R1207-50

 

25

Mannah Guest House - JHB

R1120-00

 

26

Protea Hotel Balalaika - JHB

R1200-00

 

27

Protea Hotel Durbanville - CPT

R950-00

 

28

Radisson Blu - Gautrain

R1000-00

Discontinued use. Multi-tenant facility

29

Radisson Blu Park Inn Newlands – Cape Town

R1200-00

 

30

Radisson Red V & A Waterfront

R1350-00

 

31

Park Inn Radisson Foreshore

R1233-00

 

32

Birchwood Hotel – Kempton park

R1150-00

 

33

Centurion Legacy Hotel

R1130-00

 

34

Signature Lux Hotel Foreshore - CPT

R790-00

 

35

New Tulbagh Hotel

R950-00

 

36

First Million Development CC T/A Black Mountain Hotel

R1150-00

 

37

First Million Development CC T/A Windmill Casino Hotel

R1050-00

 

38

President Hotel - Bloemfontein

R1150-00

 

39

President Hotel - Cape Town

R1035-00

 

40

Farm House – Free State

R850-00

 

41

Tuscany Guest Lodge – Free State

R850-00

 

42

Monte Bello Estate – Free State

R1150-00

 

43

Badplaas Forever Resorts - Mpumulanga

R1207-50

 

44

Kings Tide Boutique Hotel – Port Elizabeth

R1050-00

 

45

Coastlands West Street Hotel - DBN

R1000-00

 

46

Coastlands Umhlanga Hotel - DBN

R1000-00

 

47

aHa Bloemfontein Hotel

R1200-00

 

48

aHaKopanong Hotel

R1200-00

 

49

Saint Georges Hotel

R1150-00

 

50

Ehrlick Park Lodge

R1000-00

 

51

MetsiMatso Lodge

R1050-00

 

52

Bon Hotel Bloemfontein

R1000-00

 

53

Holiday Inn Cape Town

R1350-00

 

54

Relekane Guest House

R1000-00

 

06 August 2020 - NW1365

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What is the current status and full relevant details of the progress made on the signing of a new lease for the Pinetown Home Affairs office, including anticipated time frames?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The lease agreement has been signed by both parties on 21 May 2020. The landlord has also submitted lease agreement to his financiers for funding. The parties had agreed to meet in July 2020 to discuss the tenant installations and the Project Execution Plan with the Client. The Service Provider is based in Gauteng and was going to drive to Durban for the meeting.

Unfortunately the meeting had to be cancelled as the architect working on the project is one of three staff members from the Service Providers office that had tested positive for Covid-19. The architect then went into self-quarantine for a period of 14 days. The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure’s Regional Office is currently securing a new zoom meeting date with all parties as soon as the project architect is available.

06 August 2020 - NW1332

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What (a) total number of cases of illegal invasion of land owned by her department was recorded by her department in each (i) province and (ii) of the past five financial years, (b) is the current status of occupation, (c) total number of persons are currently occupying the land and (d) steps has her department taken to remedy the situation in each specified case?

Reply:

(a) I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) that 39 cases of illegal invasion of land owned by the DPWI was recorded.(see Annexure A)

  • Free State – 4
  • Western Cape– 3
  • Kwa Zulu Natal - 3
  • Gauteng(Johannesburg & Pretoria) – 0
  • Northern Cape - 1
  • North West - 3
  • Mpumalanga- 6
  • Limpopo - 2
  • Eastern Cape (Port Elizabeth and Mthatha) – 17

ANNEXURE A:

No.

(a)Total number of cases of illegal invasion of land owned by DPWI

(i)Province

(ii)Past five financial years

(b)Current status of occupation

(c)Total number of persons occupying the house

Steps taken to remedy the situation in each specific case

1. 

Erf 264 Port St Johns

Eastern Cape

Yes

Was Unlawful occupied, currently utilized by Home Affairs

± 10

Eviction order was granted through State Attorney

2. 

Erf 85 Tsomo

Eastern Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

± 5

The Department has taken the matter to State Attorney for eviction

3. 

Erf 119 Sterkspruit

Eastern Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

±3

The Department is in the process of entering into a contract with the occupants

4. 

Erf 920 Mthatha

Eastern Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

± 20

The Department has taken the matter to State Attorney for eviction

5. 

Erf 350 Maluti

Eastern Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

± 5

The Department is in the process of entering into a contract with occupant.

6. 

Erf 200 Mthatha

Eastern Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

±10

The Department has taken the matter to State Attorney for eviction

7. 

Erf 8328 Mthatha

Eastern Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

± 5

The Department has taken the matter to State Attorney for eviction

8. 

Erf 170 Port St Johns

Eastern Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

± 11

The Department has taken the matter to State Attorney for eviction

9.

Farm 871, Grey Dell. East London

Eastern Cape

Yes

Illegally occupied

± 2000

Eviction order obtained

10.

Farm 871 PT 1, Grey Dell. East London

Eastern Cape

Yes

Illegally occupied

± 2000

Eviction order obtained

11. 

Farm 871 PT 3, Grey Dell. East London

Eastern Cape

Yes

Illegally occupied

± 2000

Eviction order obtained

12. 

Farm 45, Draaibosch. Komga

Eastern Cape

Yes

Illegally occupied

± 750

Liaising with local municipality to formalize housing development

13.

Farm 114, Kommetjiesleegte Outspan, East London

Eastern Cape

Yes

Illegally occupied

± 500

Investigation In progress regarding formal housing development

14.

Farm 356, Black Hill Outspan. East London

Eastern Cape

Yes

Illegally occupied

± 750

Investigation In progress regarding formal housing development

15.

Farm 866 PT 1, East London RD

Eastern Cape

Yes

Illegally occupied

± 1000

Investigation In progress regarding formal housing development

16.

Farm 276 PT 1, PlaasDonkerhoek. Albany

Eastern Cape

Yes

Illegally occupied

± 500

Minister has approved, transfer in progress

17. 

Farm 304, Nahoon Dam. East London

Eastern Cape

Yes

Illegally occupied

± 2500

Eviction proceedings in progress

18.

Kimberley ERF 6983

Northern Cape

Yes

Squatters

Unknown

Eviction proceedings in progress

19. 

Rem of Portion 69 of the farm Reserve No. 7A No. 15826

KwaZulu-Natal

Yes

Unlawfully occupied

Unknown

Site investigation to be conducted

20.

Rem of Portion 3 of the farm Veelgeluk No. 171

KwaZulu-Natal

Yes

Unlawfully occupied

Unknown

Site investigation to be conducted

21.

Portion 4 of the farm RietVallei No. 1043

KwaZulu-Natal

Yes

Unlawfully occupied

Unknown

Site investigation to be conducted

22. 

Erf 1117 Blaauwberg

Western Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

± 25

The Department is in the process of transferring the property to the Department of Human Settlement, Water & Sanitation for housing development purposes

23.

Farm 295 Grabouw

Western Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

± 2000

The Department is in the process of transferring the property to the Department of Human Settlement, Water & Sanitation for housing development purposes

24. 

Portion 65 of Farm 82 RoodeZand, Worcester (known as Sandhills

Western Cape

Yes

Unlawful occupied

±500

The Department is in the process of transferring the property to the Department of Human Settlement, Water & Sanitation for housing development purposes

25.

Remainder of Farm Loskop North 12 JS

Limpopo

Yes

Unlawful occupied

±500

The Department is currently of in a process of Eviction

26.

PT 13 of Farm Tempelhof 150 MS

Limpopo

Yes

Unlawfully occupied

7 businesses

The Department is currently of in a process of Eviction

27.

Erf 8225 Portion 1

Free State

Yes

Unlawfully occupied

1

The illegal occupation came to our attention recently and we are in the process of identifying the illegal occupant and the circumstances under which he occupied the farm.

28.

Farm Tochgekry 151

Free State

Yes

Unlawfully occupied

1

The illegal occupant indicated that they have signed care taker agreement with the Department of land Affairs and Rural Development. This matter is under further investigation.

29.

Farm Grootgewaagd 630

Free State

Yes

Unlawfully occupied

1

The illegal occupation came to our attention recently and we are in the process of identifying the illegal occupant and the circumstances under which he occupied the farm.

30.

Farm De Kamp 1294 Portion 1

Free State

Yes

Unlawfully occupied

15

A family known as the Lehola – family is currently in occupation. The department is in the process of engaging with the family in an effort to resolve the matter. Several meeting have already taken place.

31.

Portion 4 of the farm Zandpan 423 IP

North West

Yes

Vacated

+-300

Extent: 628.7167 h

Land Transferred to Matlosana Local Municipality

32.

Portion 24 (.9965h) and 34 (.5308h) of Rustenburg town and Townlands 272 JQ.

North West

Yes

Illegally Occupied

One (1): Company

Extent: 1.5273 h

Eviction letter Issued

33.

Portion 1 of farm Wildebeestfontein 274 JQ

North West

Yes

Illegally occupied

One (1): Company

Extent: 3.9752 (of 297.0844 h)

Eviction letter Issued

34.

PORTION 23 OF FARM VALSCHFONTEIN, Valschfontein

Mpumalanga

Yes

Illegally occupied

Number unknown

The office was in negotiation with Dr J S Moroka Municipality for the transfer of the property .The submission is with PPM for disposal of the property to Dr J S Moroka.

35.

Farm Sheba Siding 939 JU

Mpumalanga

Yes

Illegally occupied

number unknown

The office was in negotiation with Umjindi Municipality (current merged with Mbombela Local Municipality) for the transfer of the property . Process never finalised as the Municipality never submitted the required documents

36.

RE/2/ of the Farm Dingwell 276 JT,Nelspruit

Mpumalanga

Yes

Illegally occupied

Plus/ minus 1000 houses

The submission is with PPM for disposal of the property to City of Mbombela Local Municiplaity.

37.

Ptn 1 of the Farm Rietfontein 193 JT, Rietfontein

Mpumalanga

Yes

Illegally occupied

Guest house

The matter is under the administration of Forestry and Fisheries and the office is awaiting their comments on the matter.

38.

Farm Rooiduiker , Ingrid and Vaal Riebok in Hazyview

Mpumalanga

Yes

Illegally occupied

number unknown

Referred to Legal Services

39.

Farm Langrand in Kaapsehoop

Mpumalanga

Yes

Illegally occupied

number unknown

With Land Invasion Task team developed by city of Mbombela.

06 August 2020 - NW1616

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Gondwe, Dr M to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

Whether the SA Defence Force military intelligence has found that the mounting Islamist insurgent activities taking place in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique, which are also becoming increasingly sophisticated, co-ordinated and militant in nature, may affect Total South Africa’s $23 billion offshore gas project site situated 60 kilometres south of Mocimboa da Praia; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

1. Defence Intelligence assessment indicates that in the short and medium term the Islamic insurgents activities are expected to continue and extend particularly to areas with gas exploration site.

2. No other details.

06 August 2020 - NW1234

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What number of (a) land ports of entry in the Republic are currently under construction and/or being upgraded by her department and (b) the specified land ports of entry were commissioned as part of the Republic's response to the Covid-19 pandemic?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(a)The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has informed me the Department has Repair and Maintenance Programme (RAMP) contracts at 51Land Ports of Entry(LPOE) for a contract period of 36 months. The contract period includes repair work as well as maintenance and operational work.

(b) Currently, thefollowing LPOE are open for commercial purposes namely Ramatlabama, Kopfontein,Mahamba, Nakop, Vioolsdrift,Skilpadshek,Lebombo, Maseru, Jeppes Reef, Mananga, Beitbridge, Groblersbridge, Golela, Van Rooyenshek, FicksburgBridge, Caledonspoort, Oshoekand Qachas Nek,in terms of the Republic’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

06 August 2020 - NW1020

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Van Minnen, Ms BM to ask the Minister of Finance

(a) What is the quantum of the Financial Management Grant that is administered by the National Treasury to strengthen financial management capacity of the Lekwa-Teemane Local Municipality, (b) what is the time period of the specified grant, (c) how is the grant administered and (d) what safeguards are in place to ensure that the grant is properly spent?

Reply:

a) The quantum of the Financial Management Grant to Lekwa-Teemane Local Municipality amounted to R2 680 000 for the 2019/20 financial year, as published in the Division of Revenue Act.

b) This is a conditional grant and in terms of the framework covers a three-year period.

c) The grant is administered through transfers to the municipality, reports received from the municipality, and is in terms of their municipal support plan.

d) Section 12 of the Division of Revenue Act provides the checks and balances as well as the framework within which the grant is implemented. It also stipulates the roles and responsibility of the receiving officer. Municipalities submit to regular reports on spending, which are aligned to their support plans.The grant is audited by the Office of the Auditor-General.

06 August 2020 - NW1618

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Gondwe, Dr M to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

Whether, given the fact that the Secretary of Defence has on a number of occasions indicated that the current 15 sub-units deployed for safeguarding the Republic’s border are insufficient, the Government intends deploying additional sub-units as a counter measure to the potential movement of terrorist elements in the region; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. In terms of the Sub Program Support to the People, as alluded to by the Secretary for Defence on several occasions, the appreciated force level requirement for border line control is to have 22 Sub-units instead of 15, however due to budgetary constraints it has been difficult to deploy the additional sub-units.

2. Should funds be made available the SANDF may prepare and deploy additional sub-units for the total border safe guarding effort and not only for countering potential movement of terrorist elements in the region.

06 August 2020 - NW1149

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) Whether, with reference to her reply to question 913 on 8 June 2020, her department purchased any goods and/or services below the amount of R500 000 connected to the Covid-19 pandemic; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (a) is the name of each company from which the specified goods and/or services were purchased, (b) is the amount of each transaction and (c) was the service and/or product that each company rendered; (2) whether there was any deviation from the standard supply chain management procedures in the specified transactions; if so, (a) why and (b) what are the relevant details in each case; (3) what were the reasons that the goods and/or services were purchased from the specified companies; (4) whether she will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1) Yes, the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) informed me that it purchased goods and/or services below the amount of R500 000 connected to the Covid-19 pandemic.

(a) The names of the companies to whom awards were made are indicated in

Column C of the attached Annexure A.

(b) The amount of each transaction is listed in Column D of the attached Annexure A. The amounts listed for each of the quarantine sites are the daily rate that have been negotiated between National Treasury, Department of Tourism, Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) and the Industry represented by Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (FEDHASA). These rates are aligned per Star grading of the facility, it includes three meals and is a breakeven rate.

(c) The service and/or product provided by each company is indicated in

Column B of the attached Annexure A.

(2) Furthermore, the DPWI informed me that the Department did deviate from the standard supply chain management procedures in the specified transactions listed in the attached Annexure A document.

(a) Recognising the declaration of the National State of Disaster by the State President due to the COV/D 19 pandemic and a very high risk for loss of life, negative health impact, negative economic impact and social impact in South Africa. This was done in line with Section 27(2)(L) of the Disaster Management Act, Act No. 57 of 2002, National Treasury Regulation 16A6.4 as well as the National Treasury's Instruction Note No. 08 of 2019/2020 Emergency Procurement COVID-19 in paragraph 3.5.1(i) that provide for the invocation of emergency procedures. In terms of the aforementioned National Treasury Instruction Note, Accounting Officers are allowed to deviate from competitive bidding processes in cases that have been declared an emergency, without obtaining NT approval.

(b) The relevant details in each case for making the awards are indicated in

Column E of the attached Annexure A.

(3) The reasons why the goods and/or services were purchased from the specified companies are indicated in Column F of the attached Annexure A.

(4) No.

ANNEXURE A: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE (DPWI)

COLUMN

A

COLUMN B

COLUMN C

COLUMN

D

COLUMN E

COLUMN F

OFFICE

COMMODITY

(1c)

SERVICE PROVIDER

(1a)

AMOUNT

(1b)

PROCUREMENT

PROCESS (2a)

REASON FOR AWARD TO EACH

BUSINESS (2b)

BLM

Masks with Ear Loops

Bidvest Steiner

R3 854,80

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

NominatedfromNationalTreasury(NT)Central

Supplier Database (CSD) and company indicatedthattheyhavesufficientstockinstore.

BLM

Clocolan Magistrate Office: Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MOLLELWA GENERAL TRADING

R4 952,40

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Clocolan Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working: Lockdown)

MOLLELWA GENERAL TRADING

R4 952,40

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Vrede Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SAMJEM TRADING

R5 749,08

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Vrede Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SAMJEM TRADING

R5 749,08

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Hoopstad Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

PABALLO CHRISTINA MATSHOLO

R6 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Hoopstad Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

PABALLO CHRISTINA MATSHOLO

R6 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Dealesville, 16 Skool str, 33

Meyer str

Ramooseeka Mejeni Trading &

Projects

R6 800,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Digital Thermometers

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R7 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Jacobsdal Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MALEBOGO LEGACY

R7 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Jacobsdal Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MALEBOGO LEGACY

R7 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Bothaville, 28 Smith str (once off site cleaning and gardening to ready site for Isolation

faculty)

BD Hlalele Catering & Cleaning Service

R7 800,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Hertzogville,39vanNiekerkstr (once off site cleaning and gardening to ready sitefor

Isolation faculty)

O Nthuse Hle Trading & Projects

R7 960,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Edenburg, 9 Piet Retiefstr (once off site cleaningand gardening to ready sitefor

Isolation faculty)

Moteki Projects & consultants

R8 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Springfontein Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

KABI AND TEFO CONSTRUCTION

R8 004,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Springfontein Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

KABI AND TEFO CONSTRUCTION

R8 004,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Steynsrus Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SEBATSI

R8 280,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Steynsrus Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SEBATSI

R8 280,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Ficksburg, 1 Kort Str (once off

site cleaning and gardening to ready site for Isolation faculty)

TSHWARELLA KA THATA TRADING AND PROJECTS 16

R8 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Batho Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

TSOELA DEVELOPMENT

R9 555,65

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Batho Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

TSOELA DEVELOPMENT:

R9 555,65

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Reddersburg Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

RANZO HOLDINGS

R10 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Brandfort Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

LENYAKI

R10 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Reddersburg Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

RANZO HOLDINGS

R10 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Brandfort Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

LENYAKI

R10 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Hand sanitisers Gel 1 litre

Bidvest Steiner

R10 465,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Nominated from CSD and company indicated

that they have sufficient stock in store

BLM

Koppies Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

BO IKARABELO ENTERPRISES AND TRADING

R11 590,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Koppies Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

BO IKARABELO ENTERPRISES AND TRADING

R11 590,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Marquard Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SEKUTE TRADING

R12 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Examination Gloves Medium

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R13 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Bloemfontein Family Advocate Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MEZINOX

R14 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Bloemfontein Family Advocate Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MEZINOX

R14 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Memel Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

HLAKANO GROUP

R15 832,20

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Memel Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

HLAKANO GROUP

R15 832,20

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Examination Gloves X-large

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R18 000,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Cloth Masks

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R20 000,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Examination Gloves Large

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R22 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Spray Bottles

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R22 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Sanitizers 500ml bottle

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R27 750,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Decontamination of Xariep District ( Bethulie, Edenburg, Fauresmith, Jacobsdal, Jagersfontein, Koffiefontein, Luckhoff, Phillipolis, Redersburg, Rouxville, Smithfield, Springfontein, Trompsburg, Zastron magistrate Officies)

Kol Logistics

R62 947,42

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Visors

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R63 000,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Decontamination of Feziile District (Edenville, Frankfort, Heilbron, Koppies, Kroonstad, Parys, Sasolburg, Steynsrus, Tweeling, Viljoenskroon, Villiers, Vredefort Magistarte Offices)

Kol Logistics

R85 324,20

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Sanitizers 5 Litre bottle

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R92 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Decontamination of Thabo Mofutsanyane District (Bethlehem, Clocolan, Excelcior, Ficksburg, Fouriesburg, Harrismith, Hobhouse, Kestell, Ladybrand, Lindley, Makwane, Marquard, Memel, Paul Roux, Petrus Steyn, Phuthaditjhaba, Reitz, Senekal, Tseki, Tseseng, Tweespruit, Vrede, Warden Magistrate Offiices

Kol Logistics

R155 193,78

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Installation of soap dispensers

Bidvest Steiner

R158 230,80

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Nominated from CSD and company indicated

that they have sufficient stock in store

BLM

Soap, hand sanitizers Gel 70%

Bidvest Steiner

R162 856,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Nominated from CSD and company indicated

that they have sufficient stock in store.

BLM

Examination Gloves Medium

Bidvest Steiner

R162 856,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Nominated from CSD and company indicated

that they have sufficient stock in store

BLM

Decontamination of Lejweleputswa District (Boshoff, Bothaville, Brandfort, Bultfontein, Dealesville, Henneman, Hertzogville, Hoopstad, Odendalsrus, Theunissen, Ventersburg, Wesselsbron, Welkom, Winburg Magistrate Offices)

Kol Logistics

R164 940,12

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Decontamination of Mangaung District (NDPW Office, Nursery, Workshop, Batho, BFN Family Advocate, BFN High Court, BFN Master of High Court, BFN Regional Justice, BFN State Attorney, BFN Supreme Court, Dewetsdorp, Wepener Magistrate Offices)

Kol Logistics

R241 907,31

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Marquard Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SEKUTE TRADING

R8 280,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

CT

Masks & Gloves

Foodwear and Safety

R6 381,36

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Various companies were contacted and this company had readily available stock and were able to deliver immediately. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Greystone Trading

R8 459,40

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Hiring (Supply and delivery of mobile toilets) for 3 days

Plan B Trolley Engineering

R9 200,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Additional units were required and various companies were contacted and this company had readily available units and were able to deliver immediately. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegations may be used and reported as such.

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R12 558,00

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R13 489,48

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R15 582,72

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Hiring (supply and delivery of sanitary bin 11 days -Refugees accommodation)

Sanitec

R18 975,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Various companies were contacted and this company had readily available units and were able to deliver immediately. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegations may be used and reported as such.

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R22 701,00

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R23 149,00

Emergency Delegation by end user

Negotiated by End User as company was

succesful used previously on other sites

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Greystone Trading

R26 923,80

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R27 379,40

Emergency delegation procurement- Negotiated by Enduser (this was an extension of

existing services)

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R27 379,40

Emergency Delegation by end user

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service

(1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Greystone Trading

R27 765,60

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Pronto Kleen

R32 121,70

Emergency Delegation by end user

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service

(1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Rassol Clean

R32 778,38

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Rassol Clean

R33 477,10

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Pronto Kleen

R34 218,18

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service

contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Metrox Enterprise

R34 500,02

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R38 433,00

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R44 190,44

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R54 628,00

Open quotes

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Installation and removal ofauto- hand sanitizerDispensers

Hornes Projects

R57 500,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Various companies were contacted and this company complied as per the specification and was able to supply and install the dispensers in the shortest time. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegations may be used and reported as such. It was no longer safe for employeesandhenceanemergencydelegation had to beused.

CT

Marquee Tent Hire

C- Squard

R60 000,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The company donated the marquees and they requested to be reimbursed for fuel & food for their staff and to pay their casual labours. The companyisbasedinBloemfonteinanddonated the marquee for utilistaion in CapeTown.

CT

Hiring (supply and delivery of Mobile Toilets and Berth Showers -Refugees accommodation for 5 days)

Sanitec

R66 930,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

These were required immediately and various companies were contacted and this company had readily available units and were able to deliver immediately. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegations may be used and reported as such.

CT

First extension of Hiring (Supply and delivery of mobile toilets for 11days)

Plan B Trolley Engineering

R69 287,50

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Thiscompanywasalreadyonsiteandtherefore an extension of their services wasrequested.

The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegationsmaybeusedandreportedassuch.

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Pronto Kleen

R74 764,39

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Pronto Kleen

R74 764,89

Emergency delegation procurement- Negotiated by Enduser (this was an extension of

existing services)

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Gadinelwe Construction & Projects

R87 814,64

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Mobile Toilets and Sanitary 20 Bins

Tshidime Trading

R89 700,00

Open quotation

(17 quotes invited and 3 responded)

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Gadinelwe Construction & Projects

R95 614,64

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service

contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Second extension of Hiring (Supply and delivery of mobile toilets for 14 days)

Plan B Trolley Engineering

R97 750,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Thiscompanywasalreadyonsiteandtherefore an extension of their services wasrequested.

The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegationsmaybeusedandreportedassuch.

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R98 734,95

EmergencyDelegationbyenduser

Negotiated by End User as company was

succesful used previously on other sites

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Gadinelwe Construction & Projects

R99 014,64

Emergency delegation procurement- Negotiated by Enduser (this was an extension of

existing services)

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R111 111,61

Open quotes

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

Supply & delivery of fabric

masks

Belinda's creative

R160 000,00

(3quotesinvitedand3responded)

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

ExtraHire(Provisionforsupply anddeliveryof10mobiletoilets 10 Berth shower 11days)

Sanitec

R165 682,80

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Due to the number of people utilising the resources,itwasbasedontheHealthInspector that a need for extra resources was identified. Additionalunitswererequiredandthiscompany who was already on site had readily available additional units and were able to deliver immediately.TheDisasterManagementActand NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegationsmaybeusedandreportedassuch.

CT

Hiring (Supply and delivery of Mobile Toilets and Bert Showers - Refugees

accommodation for May)

Sanitec

R171 810,00

EmergencyDelegation-Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Serviceprovider)

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

South End Environmental Services

R185 898,38

Nominatedprocedure-8quotations

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

Purchase of masks; gloves; sanitisers

Plan B Trolley Engineering

R270 883,65

(3quotesinvitedand3responded)

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

2 x 10 block Berth showers

Sanitec

R286 488,00

Open quotation

(18 quotes invited and 1 responded)

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

Second extension of hiring- (Provision for supply and delivery of 10 mobile toilets for 14 days)

Sanitec

R374 440,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Thiscompanywasalreadyonsiteandtherefore an extension of their services wasrequested.

The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegationsmaybeusedandreportedassuch.

CT

Supply & delivery of surgical masks

Flowtide Trading 128

R392 437,50

(3quotesinvitedand3responded)

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

DBN

Justice: Paul Pietersburg Magistrate Court: Decontamination of facilities to prevent and combat the spread of COVID-19

Civilux PTY Ltd

R158 834,00

Emergency Procedure as per National Treasury Instruction no 08 of 2019/2020, however Durban Regional Office opted for obtaining a minimum of at least 3 comparative quotes )

Service provider is the highest point scorer and lowest in price

DBN

Durban Regional Office:Supply

of fabric musk and face shield

Gugu Mobile Boutique

R112 250,00

Emergency Procedure National

Treasury Instruction no 08 of

(one service provider appointed )

DBN

Durban Regional Office: Physical Barriers and Goods

Nosino Projects

R196 000,00

Emergency Procedure National Treasury Instruction no 08 of 2019/2020 (one service provider

appointed )

(one service provider appointed )

DBN

Durban Regional Office:Supply ofPPE

Unitrade 1032 cc

R446 120,50

25 Service providers invited through Quotation Procedure using National Treasury Transversal

Contract List

Service provider is the highest point scorer and lowest in price

HO

Catering for NatJoints

Maribelo

R409 216,00

Term Contract

As per current term contract provisions

HO

Aprons - plastic

Crystal Pier Trading 148

R19 320,00

6 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

6 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Digital body thermometers

Buyambo Cultural Organisation

R150 030,00

3 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

3 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Non-sterile gloves

Lathi Holdings

R280 000,00

5 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

5 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Furniture

Loresa Management Services

R322 041,00

22 Service providers invited - 18

Quotation received

22 Service providers invited - 18 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Masks N95

Lathi Holdings

R352 800,00

4 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

4 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Furniture and Linen

Military Surplus Stores t/a Army Surplus Stores

R422 863,05

On average 4 Service providers invitedperlineitemandbetween2-

4 quotations received

On average 4 Service providers invited per line

item and between 2 - 4 quotations received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Body covering overalls

Growth Point Engineering

R470 400,00

5 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

5 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

JHB

DISPOSABLE OVERALL X- LARGE ; 2 UNITS @ R126,50;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R253,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

ENERGIZER UNIVERSAL CHARGER FOR RECHARGABLE BATTRIES ; 2 UNITS @ R224,25;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R448,50

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

HAND SANITISER ; 1 UNIT;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R459,08

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

ENERGIZER RECHARABLE BATTERYPACK;3PACKS@ R172,50; JHBE19/266-Quote#

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R517,50

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

C SIZED BATTERIES FOR AUTO HAND SANITIZER DISPENSER WITH STAND ; 4 UNITS @ R143,75;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R575,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Supply of 60% alcohol based

hand sanitisers 150ml bottle

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R739,68

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

EMPTY SPRAY BOTTLE ; 20 BOTTLES @ R57,40;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R1 147,70

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

Foam soaprefill with pump in a

hygenically sealed package

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R1 558,25

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

FACE SHIELD ; 20 UNITS R103,40; JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R2 067,70

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

Alcohol based hand sanitiser

refill withpump in hygienically sealed package

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R2 337,38

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

DISPOSABLE OVERALL LARGE ; 20 OVERRALLS @ R126,50; JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R2 530,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

Supply of disposable powder freeLatexgloves;20GLOVES @ R201,25;JHBE19/266-

Quote # 2 dd 01 June202

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R4 025,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

AUTOMATIC HAND SANITISER DISPENSER WITH STAND ; 2 STANDS @ R2 645; JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R5 290,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

60% alcohol based hand sanitizer refill with pump in a hygienically sealed package on as and when required basis (adherence to SANS 490); 30 HAND SANITISERS @ R187,00 JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R5 609,98

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Toilet seat cleaner refill in a hygienically sealed package ; 40 UNITS @ R155,83JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R6 233,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Overheads per month

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R6 670,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

OVERHEADS ; JHBE19/266-

Quote # 2 dd 01 June 2020; The breakdown of the Overheads Costs is as follows:

  • Transports costs: (Petroland driver fee) :R2070.00
  • Administrative Expenses:R2

300.00 ( ink cartridgecolour and black, stationery,paper, adminassistant)

  • Onsite inspection:R402,50
  • Sundry expenses: R 1897,50 (Land line, cell phone, internet expenses)
  • Total: R 6670.00

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R6 670,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Supply of disposable powder

free Latex gloves

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R8 050,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

Folded Hand Paper towels

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R8 280,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

DISPOSABLE OVERALL MEDIUM ; JHBE19/266-Quote

# 2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R9 867,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

DAYOUMED INFRARED THERMOMETER;JHBE19/266

Quote # 2 dd 01 June 202

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R11 377,41

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

Supply of 60% alcohol based hand sanitisers 100ml bottle

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R21 519,38

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

Supply and install automated foam hand soap dispenser

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R29 900,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

Automated / sensor hand sanitiser dispensors

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R32 890,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared

JHB

Manual toilet seat cleaner dispenser;JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01 June2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R52 900,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Carltonville,Westonaria and Khutsong Magistrate Courts (JHB19/273)

Mamulo Trading

R53 417,50

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

JHB

Supply of surgical disposable

face masks

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R57 500,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Germiston, Hardach,Edenvale and Kemptonpark Magistrate

Courts (JHBE19/280)

Kabela Trading

R61 165,65

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Carltonville,Westonaria and Khutsong Magistrate Courts (JHB19/273)

Mamulo Trading

R65 683,17

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergencyprocedure.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Randburg Magistrate Court, Land Claims Court and Midrand Branch Court

(JHBE19/278)

Immaculate Cleaning and Hygiene

R65 925,30

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Automated/ sensor hand sanitizer dispensers (touch free) (adherence to SANS 490); JHBE19/266-Quote # 2

dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R83 720,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Hillbrow Magistrate Court, Labour Court, Master of the High Court, Justice Regional Officeand JHB RegionalOffice. (JHBE19/277)

Chithibunga Cleaning

R88 571,75

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Meadowlands,Orlando, Kliptownand Lenasia Magistrate Courts

(JHBE19/275)

Walking Tall Trading & Projects

R89 859,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Meadowlands,Orlando, Kliptownand Lenasia Magistrate Courts

(JHBE19/275)

Walking Tall Trading & Projects

R90 807,20

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Supply of surgical disposable face masks ; JHBE19/266- Quote # 2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R92 000,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Randburg Magistrate Court, Land Claims Court and Midrand Branch Court

(JHBE19/278)

Immaculate Cleaning and Hygiene

R95 015,40

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Roodepoort, Krugersdorp and Randfontein Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/274)

Thabe Wa Nape Contracting cc

R96 979,49

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Germiston, Hardach,Edenvale and Kemptonpark Magistrate

Courts (JHBE19/280)

Kabela Trading

R106 691,25

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Vereeniging and Sebokeng Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/279)

Dinny's Business Enterprise

R110 059,82

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at South Gauteng High Court (JHBE19/276)

Sikhanyisile Cleaning Ltd

R112 806,84

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Vosloorus, Heidelberg and Benoni Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/282)

Malose and Neo Trading Enterprise

R117 697,04

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Nigel, Brakpan, Springs and Daveyton Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/281)

Dumezulu Supplier and Projects

R121 770,92

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaningservices atVereenigingandSebokeng MagistrateCourts

Dinny's Business Enterprise

R126 605,32

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Hillbrow Magistrate Court, Labour Court, Master of the High Court, Justice Regional Officeand JHB RegionalOffice. (JHBE19/277)

Chithibunga Cleaning

R131 881,75

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Vosloorus, Heidelberg and Benoni Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/282)

Malose and Neo Trading Enterprise

R185 291,71

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at South Gauteng High Court (JHBE19/276)

Sikhanyisile Cleaning Ltd

R190 034,29

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Nigel, Brakpan, Springs and Daveyton Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/281)

Dumezulu Supplier and Projects

R223 476,42

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Roodepoort, Krugersdorp and Randfontein Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/274)

Thabe Wa Nape Contracting cc

R268 380,88

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

KMB

Supply of first aid kit

St John

R6 221,50

Quotation (Single Source)

Whencostwasverballysourcedwithotherlocal

KMB

Purchasing of 1 litre plastic

trigger spray bottles

Tshedik Investments

R7 203,60

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Window blinds for sickbay

Lera M Trading

R13 365,00

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Purchase of 555 cloth face

masks

Shine the way 649 CC

R13 875,00

Quotation

3 Quotations received, 2 (two) non compliant

KMB

Purchasing of 500ml plastic

spray bottles

Kim Xtreme Clean & Trading

R15 000,08

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Purchase of hard surface

disinfectant detergent concentrate

Naledi Chemicals

R17 120,00

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Purchase of face masks

Biological Pharmaceticals

R19 900,90

Quotation (RT Contract)

QuotationsweresourcedontheNTTransversal Contract, Biological Pharmaceticals wasthe

only responding bidder

KMB

Materials to repair ablution

faclities.

Mothape Events and projects

R20 061,00

Quotaion

2 Quotations received, 1 non compliant.

Request for deviation approved by RM

KMB

Purchasing of sickbay equipment

DHT Wired

R20 657,46

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

AllserviceprovidersinKimberleyindicatedthey areoutofstockfortherequireditems,DHTwas the only service provider that could provideall

the items required.

KMB

Purchasing of 370 face shields

Rozdk Suppliers

R25 900,00

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Purchasing of 60%-70%

alcohol based hand sanitisers

Feli Fred Trading

R29 325,00

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Cluster 5 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination - Loxton, Vosburg, Ritchie, Stryedenburg, Vanwyksvleiand Carnavon MagistrateCourts

MMG Consulting and Projects

R52 715,31

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 3 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination - Jankempdorp, Windsorton and Pampierstad

Moselatisetso Holdings

R57 845,76

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS

requirements

KMB

Cluster 6 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination of facilities - Calvinia, Fraserburg, Sutherland, Niewoudtville, Loriesfontein, Brandvlei Periodic Courts

Shabba Man Trading

R79 066,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 2 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination of facilities - Petrusville, Phillipstown, Richmond, Colesburg and Noupoort Magistrate Courts

A-Z General Trading (Germ X)

R79 493,22

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 9 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination of facilities - Barkley West, Danielskuil, Delportshoop, Kuruman MC, Mothibistad and Botithong Periodic Courts

Hands on Vegetation

R92 000,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 8 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination of facilities - Northern HC, Prieska and Marydale Periodic Courts

Hands on Vegetation

R130 200,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 7 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination - Augrabies, Upington MC, Kenhardt, Rietfontein, Griekwastad, Grobblershoop and Niekerkshoop Periodic Courts

JH Pest Control

R150 308,19

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cleaning and Decontamination of DPWI facilities, Regional Office (21-23 Market Square and Workshops Kenilworth Road

A-Z General Trading (Germ X)

R242 000,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS

requirements

MMAB

Procurement of Gloves, Masks and Sanitizers

Petty cash

R1 000,00

Petty cash procedure

Pettycashasthequickestmethod,wastheonly feasiblemethodtofollowasweweresparednot even a day to procure gloves, masksand

sanitisers.

MTH

Cleaning Material: COVID 19

AMINA CHEM

R420 189,21

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

NEL

Face masks

IT Mathatlamdupro

R26 000,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Latex Gloves

IT Mathatlamdupro

R26 000,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Thermometer

IT Mathatlamdupro

R9 600,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Automatic Sensor Dispenser 1l

sanitizer refills

Onele Construction and Cleaning

R27 200,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Automatic sensor dispenser

sanitizer holders (mounted)

Onele Construction and Cleaning

R11 378,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Paper wipe rolls

Onele Construction and Cleaning

R10 000,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Hand spray containers 500ml

Onele Construction and Cleaning

R11 665,50

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

PE

Gloves

BIDVEST/STEINER

R883,20

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

Bed Linen (Sheet cover, pillow,

bed throw, matteress)

VOLPES

R2 430,00

Quotations - (1 Quotation

Emergency)

Used Petty Cash method to procure the service

and it requires one supplier

PE

Dispenser Wall Mounted (STAND AND DISPENSER)

BIDVEST/STEINER

R6 237,60

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

ALCOHOL based Wipes for Basement, car park

BIDVEST/STEINER

R7 615,30

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

Vehicle Sanitizing

BIDVEST/STEINER

R11 500,09

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

H/Duty Gloves (Workshop

Officials)

BIDVEST/STEINER

R18 975,00

Quotations - (1 Quotation

Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the

requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

Office Friendly Saniters

BIDVEST/STEINER

R24 437,50

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

Hand Sanitizer (GEL)

BIDVEST/STEINER

R46 338,34

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PLK

One Seater Couch(For

Sickbay)

Black Sky Investment

R3 000,00

4 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service

providers(CSD) and awarded in terms

PLK

Mobile washing Basin(For Sickbay)

Dada World of Hardware

R5 199,79

3 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service

providers(CSD) and awarded in terms responsive criteria or highest score

PLK

5L Hand Sanitizer and empty bottle

Bidvest Steiner

R5 506,20

Emergency delegation used,1 quotation obtained

Sanitizer for essential service staff and only

service provider where we found sanitizer avaiable in Polokwane during lockdown

PLK

Powdered Gloves

Supra Health Care

R14 385,00

Emergency delegation used,1

Transversal Contracts for Gloves reguired for

PLK

installation of hand sanitizer Spray(12 Months Rental)

Bidvest Steiner

R25 740,00

Emergency delegation used,1 quotation obtained

Sanitizer for essential service staff and only

service provider where we found sanitizer avaiable in Polokwane during lockdown

PLK

Rendering of cleaning services DPW offices(6 Months)

Bertie Cleaning

R87 139,62

4 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service

providers(CSD) and awarded in terms responsive criteria or highest score

PLK

Decontamination of DPW

Offices and Magistrate(Capricorn District)

Servest(Pty)Ltd

R293 733,23

5 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service provider for decontamination and awarded in terms

responsive criteria or highest score

PLK

Decontamination of

Magistrate(Vhembe District)

Servest(Pty)Ltd

R398 501,59

3 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service provider for

decontamination and awarded in terms

PTA

Cleaning services @ Pta High

Court

LFN projects

R13 000,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @NPA

offices, 28 ChurchSquare

MNNR & Olwethu

R16 200,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Supply of face shield

AQN Events

R24 504,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

PTA West Quarantine Site (mechanical fire)

Bela Bela Fire and Security

R27 011,82

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) at the Pretoria West Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial

Development Board Respectively

PTA

Cleaning services @Mamelodi

Court

Fabs Pty Ltd

R36 000,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @

Soshanguve Court

Lesibana Cleaning

R36 800,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @ Cullinan

Court

Mashadi Projects

R45 000,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @ Ekangala

Court

Senzangakhona Trading

R49 650,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @

Commercial Crime Court

Longile Projects

R65 364,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @

Bronkhorstspruit Court

Senzangakhona Trading

R75 300,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Decontamination Ekangala

Magistrate Court

BOGAMPHEMETSE

R87 652,15

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Daily cleaning at the AVN

Building

Monotwane Distribution

R90 928,00

EmergencyDelegationProcuremen

Existing contract with relevant service provider.

PTA

Decontamination at Cullinan

Magistrate

Eco-Refined

R96 840,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Cleaning services @

Atteridgeville Court

Maotwanafinyela Trading

R98 600,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Decontamination at

Bronkhorstspruit Magistrate

Fine FIX Supply

R102 924,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at

Soshanguve Magistrate Court

King Kung

R108 177,60

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at Mamelodi

Magistrate Court

Mosegodimpo

R118 974,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Deep Cleaning at Centre Walk

Lesibana Cleaning

R121 030,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Hand Gloves

Evergreen latex cc

R124 800,00

NationalTreasuryContract:RT76-2

Existing contract in place with the relevant

PTA

Cleaning services @ Pretoria

North Court

Bokamoso Ba Kgalalelo le

Tshegofatso

R136 140,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

PTA West Quarantine Site ( building)

STHABISOBUSINESSENTERPRISE

R136 388,06

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) at Pretoria West Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial

Development Board Respectively

PTA

SupplyOfClothFaceMaskFor

NDPWI

Ludonga Lukamavuso Projects

R146 200,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Cleaning services @ CGO

Building

Longile Projects

R153 225,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Mechanical Services, ( HVAC)Salvokop Quarantine site

Munaca Technologies

R168 314,47

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) 21 lockdown at the Salvokop Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial Development Board Respectively.

PTA

Decontamination at Palace of

Justice

Khakhakha

R173 189,09

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at Rietondale

Workshop

Moesedi Trading

R195 571,80

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Cleaning services @ Palace of

Justice

Miliswam Projects

R199 000,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Decontamination at PTA North

Magistrate Court

Bolk construction

R199 639,84

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at

Atteridgeville Magistrate Court

Onhak

R211 020,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Cleaning services @ SAPS

College

Afrodizz Trading

R211 542,50

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @ PTA

Magistrate Court

Scend Trading

R214 419,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Supply Of Non Sterile

Examination Gloves

Fortuness Trading

R216 000,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Deep Cleaning at Nipiliar

House

Wayinnivy Trading and Projects

R219 523,24

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Electrical services, Salvokop Quarantine site

Superfecta Trading 209

R229 912,06

Emergency Delegation Procuremen

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) 21 lockdown at the Salvokop Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial

Development Board Respectively.

PTA

DeepCleaningatAVNBuilding

Siyamthanda Trading

R243 721,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at PTA

Magistrate Court

Matebello Cleaning

R248 490,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Purchase And Delivery Of Equipment For The Sick Bay

For NDPW

Nthangeni Holding

R280 496,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Fencing : Salvokop Quarantine site

SA Fence and Gate (Pty) Ltd

R289 075,07

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) 21 lockdown at the Salvokop Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial

Development Board Respectively

PTA

Soft Services, Salvokop Quarantine site

Glearmartins Trading Enterprise

R305 540,00

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) 21 lockdown at the Salvokop Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial Development Board Respectively.

PTA

Once off Supply of Hand

Sanitisers

Harvest Medical Hygiene

R329 025,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Purchase And Delivery Of Disposable Aprons For All

Cleaning Staff

Siyamthanda Trading

R340 000,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Supply and Maintenance Of Hands Free Foot Operated Hand Sanitizer At The Union

Buildings

Tumii

R374 718,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination PTA High

Court

Pitoza Trading

R386 203,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Daily cleaning at the Salu

Building

Mmetla Trading

R389 620,00

Emergency Delegation

Existing contract in place with Mmetla Trading