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02 March 2022 - NW237

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Montwedi, Mr Mk to ask the Minister of Police

What action has been taken with regard to livestock that was stolen and recovered but could notbe return to its owners in the past three financial years?

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02 March 2022 - NW46

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Police

(1) With regard to the Vehicle Clearance and Investigation Unit Building in 2 Bedford Avenue, Benoni, (a) by what date will security be appointed at the premises, so that further vandalism can be deterred and 9b) how will dockets be secured; (2) (a) what will happen to current queries that were being done there before the documents had been vandalised and (b) do the public and/or companies need to start the procedures from the beginning; (3) how will his department (a) establish what is missing and (b) contact the public and/or companies to inform them to restart the whole process?

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02 March 2022 - NW151

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

Whether she and/or her department ever received correspondence from a certain political organisation (details furnished), via email, WhatsApp, hardcopy and/or in any other format of which the original file is dated June 2020; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) on what date was the specified correspondence received, (b) who was the sender of the correspondence and (c) what steps were taken by her department in this regard?

Reply:

(a) (b) (c) 

The Department of Basic Education is not aware of the correspondence referred to. 

02 March 2022 - NW147

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Schreiber, Dr LA to ask the Minister of Transport

What total amount in Rand has each (a) Minister and (b) Deputy Minister spent on (i) fuel, (ii) tyres, (iii) oil, (iv) toll fees and (v) repairs for their official motor vehicles through the transversal contracts administered by his department since 8 May 2019?

Reply:

The total cost for fuel, tyres, oil and repairs for the official vehicles from May 2019 to December 2021 is R 1 035 615.32.

The cost for E toll from May 2019 to October 2021 is R47 500.00.

The total cost for fuel, tyres, oil, repairs and toll fees is R1 083 115.32.

02 March 2022 - NW268

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Thembekwayo, Dr S to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What total number of educators have been permanently placed through the Qualified Educators Recruitment Database programme since its introduction?

Reply:

Educators Recruitment Database is one of several sources of supply for the recruitment of educators. The Department provides the database as a service to districts and schools to access as one of the sources of supply to widen the pool of potential recruits to a national level. The Department does not actively manage the database as a placement service and therefore does not keep record of recruitment and actual placement from the database.

02 March 2022 - NW193

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Lotriet, Prof A to ask the Minister of Police

What number of supplier invoices currently remain unpaid by (i) his department and (ii) each entity reporting to him for more than (aa) 30 days, (bb) 60 day, (cc) 90 days and (dd) 120 days, (b) what is the total amount outstanding in each case and (c) by what date is it envisaged that the outstanding amounts will be settled?

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02 March 2022 - NW117

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Terblanche, Mr OS to ask the Minister of Police

What measures have been put in place to stop the disturbing trend of the theft of and/or missing police firearms as approximately 26 025 police firearms were either stolen and/or could not be accounted for between 2005 and 2017 and 3 405 official police firearms were stolen and/or went missing in the past five financial years and (b) what has he found to be the reasons that he and his department fail to get the situation under control?

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02 March 2022 - NW135

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Van Minnen, Ms BM to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)In view of the recent oversight visit by the Standing Committee on Public Accounts to various Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) stations and locations in Gauteng, including the train station in Mabopane north of Pretoria which is the subject of ownership contestation (PRASA could not obtain an occupation certificate from the City of Tshwane. Part of the property belongs to Tutuni Investments 31 PTY LTD), what is the (a) current situation regarding the land ownership and (b) reason that a Prasa station is located on private land; (2) (a) how was planning permission granted to construct the station, (b) who granted the permission and (c) on what date was such permission granted; (3) what is the current situation with regard to the security contract; (4) whether any permanent security is in place to prevent ongoing damage and vandalism; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. (a) The Mabopane train station has been built prior to 1980, with the ownership falling under the South African Railway and Harbours Administration (SAR&H). During all the changes in administration, the land ownership has changed as set below.

The station comprises of two interlinked terminals: the railway terminal and the bus terminal. The railway terminal is located on land owned by PRASA and the bus terminal, at the time of construction, was locate on three land parcels:

(1) Portion 3 of Farm Rietgat No 611–JR

(2) Remainder of Farm Boekenhoutfontein No 236–JR

(3) Portion 266 of Farm Rietgat No 611–JR

Land parcel (1), was owned by the State and fell under the jurisdiction of Department of Land Affairs. The Department of Land Affairs agreed to donate this property to the South Africa Rail Commuter Corporation (SARCC, currently PRASA). A recommendation to dispose the property was done in 2006 and was approved by the Minister of Land Affairs. National Treasury also granted approval to donate the land parcel to PRASA on 16 May 2007. The State Attorney was appointed to effect the transfer. To date, the transfer has not taken place, however, the State Attorney’s office is reopening the case and will complete the transaction.

In April 2000, Land parcel (2) and (3) were consolidated into a single property known as Farm Mabopane No 702–JR and registered via title deed T73872/2012 in favour of City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality (City of Tshwane). According to the Department of Land Affairs, the City of Tshwane had agreed in principle to transfer the portion of land, on which the bus station is located, to PRASA.

In 2008, City of Tshwane transferred the remainder of Farm Mabopane No 702–JR, to Tutuni Investments 31 PTY LTD, No 2008/002145/07.

In 2012, Farm Mabopane No 702–JR, was subdivided to create portions 44 – 58. These newly created portions were registered in favour of various owners. On 28 September 2012, the remainder of the Farm reverted to the City of Tshwane via Title Deed T73872/2012.

Portion 52, which included the portion on which the bus terminal is constructed on, was surveyed via SG Diagram No 2683/2012 by Mr G Pettit (Professional Land Surveyor, PLS0913) and registered in favour of Tutuni Investments 31 PTY LTD, No 2008/002145/07 on 22 August 2012. Less than a month later, on 10 September 2012, the property was endorsed in favour of Permacorp Investments PTY LTD, No 2011/118721/07.

It needs to be noted that:

  • The survey created a property cutting through a building, and
  • Both transactions, registration of the remainder of Farm Mabopane No 702–JR and the portion 52 were handled by the same attorneys Maponya Incorporated.

(b) Portion 3 of Farm Rietgat No 611–JR (donation to PRASA) is with the State Attorney who was appointed to effect the transfer.

The ownership of a portion of Portion 52, on which the station is situated, is still in private ownership after having been transferred by the City of Tshwane in 2008, as stated above. The City of Tshwane committed that they would assist with resolving the issue around the land they sold but has not yet done so. The land must be urgently acquired, either through negotiations or expropriation.

2. (a), (b) and (c)

Project planning for the improvement and upgrade of Mabopane Station commenced during 2013/14. The zoning and land ownership issues was known by PRASA and the City of Tshwane. As the building was in existence and only to be upgraded, the construction team, relied on the provision of subsection 4 of the National Building Regulations and Building Standard Act 103 of 1997 which prescribes that:

“…in respect of any building to be erected by or on behalf of the State, such plans, specifications and certificate as may be prescribed by national building regulation, shall before the commencement of such erection be lodged with the local authority in question for its information and comment”.

Construction work therefore commenced on the basis of subsection 4 as set out above and no building plans were lodged for approval.

However, in 2018, PRASA lodged building plans for the Mabopane Concourse with the City of Tshwane to be considered and/or approved. Following submission of the plans, several meetings were held with the City of Tshwane’s Planning Department and the latter eventually communicated on 27 September 2019 that:

  • the plans submitted to City of Tshwane’s Planning Department by PRASA cannot be supported,
  • the Occupation Certificate cannot be issued due to the Station Precinct, stretching over a number of erven (Erf 611/43, Rietgat and the remaining extend of portion 3 and 52 of Rietgat) and
  • the land parcels and rights is not supporting the current use.

3. There is currently a security contracts in place on the Mabopane – Pretoria corridor. Personnel has been deployed compromising of both PRASA internal security and those sourced through private security companies. To date, there has been no vandalism or crime incidents reported since the deployments.

4. PRASA has deployed 160 permanently employed security officers on the corridor. The private security contract expires in September 2022.

 

02 March 2022 - NW252

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Tito, Ms LF to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What (a) is the current total number of schools that still have pit toilets in the Republic and (b) action is currently being taken to totally eradicate them?

Reply:

(a) At the inception of Sanitation Appropriate for Education (SAFE) Initiative, Provincial Departments of Education identified schools dependent on basic pit toilets.

  • A total of 3898 schools were identified at the time.
  • Subsequent to that, some schools were closed as part of rationalisation and the sanitation at some schools were addressed under other programmes.
  • At present, there are 2814 schoosl on the SAFE programme.
  • Of these 2814 schools, the upgrading of sanitation has been completed at 1564 schools.
  • The balance of the schools are scheduled for completion by the end of 2022/23..

(b)The Department of Basic Education is currently engaging with Provinces to establish whether such Provinces became aware of additional schools dependent on basic pit toilets.  Early indications are that there are some additional schools in Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and Limpopo.

02 March 2022 - NW261

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Hendricks, Mr MGE to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)       Given that Matric results are released under the exam numbers and clearly not contravening the Protection of Personal Information Act, Act 4 of 2013, and in light of the High Court ruling that Matric results be published on public platforms, what rationale did she use in her decision not to have the Matric results published in the printed media and on other public platforms; (2) whether she will reconsider the decision and/or advice of officials, as their actions clearly embarrassed her Office; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details

Reply:

1) It needs to be understood that the application of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI), Act 4 of 2013, in its current context, is new and there are no settled interpretations to some of the clauses in the Act.  The Department therefore, consulted extensively on this matter, specifically with regard to whether the examination numbers of candidates constitutes the personal information of the learner, before a decision could be made.  Besides the legal advice that was sought on this matter, the DBE also engaged the Information Regulator on this matter, both in writing and in meetings. 

The DBE was reminded by the Regulator that the Department could be penalised if found to be violating the prescripts of the POPI Act.  Therefore, the DBE adopted the cautious approach not to publish the results of the 2021 candidates in the media, and use this year to investigate this matter more thoroughly and extensively, to ensure a more considered and fully explored option is implemented for the Class of 2022.  This position was adopted in consideration that no candidate would be disadvantaged, given that the complete results of the candidates were available at the school, on the morning of the release under supervised conditions, and also the results were available on the DBE website.          

(2) There was certainly no embarrassment to the Department, given the fact that this matter was open to different legal interpretations.  We therefore, had no issue in complying with the order of the court.  In terms of future years, through the learner application forms, we will obtain from each Grade 12 learner and their parents, their individual consent with regard to the publication of their results in the media at the end of this year.     

02 March 2022 - NW47

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Police

(1) With regard to the Vehicle Clearance and Investigation Unit Building in 2 Bedford Avenue, Benoni, what will happen to all the (a) vehicle dockets, seeing that this is quite a time –consuming procedure and a very sensitive criminal document and (b0 vehicle; (2) by what date will staff be notified of the finalisation of the status of the renovations, as they are currently being sent to four different places to do work; (3) how soon will the renovations be finalised, so that inspections and clearances can continue to be done at the premises?

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02 March 2022 - NW32

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Majozi, Ms Z to ask the Minister of Police

What total number of areas have been made within the past two year with regard to (a) poaching of wild animals and (b) possession of animal parts? NW36E

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02 March 2022 - NW95

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Mabhena, Mr TB to ask the Minister of Transport

In light of the fact that the five-year contract between Driving Licence Card Account (DLCA) and a certain company (name furnished) lapsed on 25 January 2021 and subsequent to that the DLCA took a decision to extend the contract by a further six months to 25 July 2021, what is the (a) current status of the contract and (b) cost of out-of-contract services with the specified company?

Reply:

a) The contract with Muhlbauer ID Services was subsequently terminated on 26 July 2021. The SCM process was followed and the local suppliers (South African) were appointed to provide this service.

b) The total amount paid during the extension from 27 January 2021 to 26 July 2021 amounted to R 8 million which was within the variation threshold (15%/ R15 million) provided by the National Treasury.

02 March 2022 - NW110

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Seitlholo, Mr IS to ask the Minister of Transport

Whether, in light of the fact that the SA National Roads Agency Limited is the entity that is responsible for the maintenance of national roads, he will furnish Mr I S Seitlholo with the maintenance plan for the N12 between Stilfontein and Klerksdorp or Matlosana given the current dire condition of the specified road; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

Maintenance activities are carried out continually on the N12 and there is a dedicated Routine Road Maintenance team working on the road. Most of the N12 road under SANRAL jurisdiction is in a good condition.

There is a sinkhole that developed on the N12 near Stilfontein in the North West province. The sinkhole on the road reserve has affected both SANRAL and municipal land. To address this, SANRAL appointed consulting engineers who completed the required design work. For construction work to commence, SANRAL requires that a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) be entered into between itself and the Matlosana Local Municipality. SANRAL is in constant communication with the Matlosana Local Municipality to finalise the MOA.

SANRAL has gone out on public tender for the appointment of a contractor to repair the sinkhole but cannot complete the award of the construction tender until the MOA is finalised.

02 March 2022 - NW227

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Police

What measure are currently in place to curb the (a) attack and robberies of police stations and (b) killing of police officers across the Republic

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02 March 2022 - NW62

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

Whether, with reference to the Hard Livings gang that allegedly set up a base in Sydenham, Durban where residents are now being killed regularly in what looks to be a full-scale drug war between the Hard Livings gang and the Sydenham Heights Boys gang, the SA Police Service (SAPS) has linked the murders to the Hard Livings gang formerly run by assassinated gang boss Rashied Staggie; if so, what are the relevant details; Whether the Sydenham drug kingpin who brought in more than 30 Hard Living gangsters to Sydenham has been arrested; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; Whether the SAPS raided (a) C-block in Sydenham (Matlock Grove) and (b) the informal settlement in Georgenhill Road, to apprehend those involved; if not, why not, if so; what are the relevant details; Whether the SAPS raided the base of the rival drug peddlers based in A-block, Sydenham; if not, why not, if so, what are the relevant details?

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02 March 2022 - NW165

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Chetty, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

Whether he and/or his department ever received correspondence from a certain political organization (details furnished), via email, WhatsApp, hardcopy and/or in any other format of which the original files is dated June 2020; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) on what date was the specified correspondence received (b) who was the sender of the correspondence and (c) what steps were taken by his department in this regard?

Reply:

The office of the Minister did not receive the correspondence referred hereto. There is nothing to be brought to attention of the Minister as the correspondence is non-existent

Reply to question 165 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date
: 01/03/2022

02 March 2022 - NW278

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Arries, Ms LH to ask the Minister of Police

What is the reason that the SA Police Service is being used to escort the money wagons of private security companies?

Reply:

 

The South African Police Service (SAPS) does not escort the money wagons of private security companies

Reply to question 278 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2022-02-28

MINISTEROF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE
Date: 01/03/2022

02 March 2022 - NW93

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Mabhena, Mr TB to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)(a) What are the full names of each official in the Driving Licence Card Account (DLCA) who received a combined salary increase of 88% in the past three years, (b) what process was followed when the increases were effected and (c) who approved the increases; (2) whether he will furnish Mr T B Mabhena with the (a) breakdown of the salary increases according to each employee and (b) motivation and/or justification of the salary increases; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether the increases were effected as a result of performance; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, will he furnish Mr T B Mabhena with the records of performance appraisal; if not, why not; if so, on what date; (4) in what way has he found were the increases justifiable in relation to the poor performance of the entity, given the fact that the DLCA revenue decreased by 34% in the 2020-21 financial year; (5) whether he has found that a salary increase of 7,3% would have been adequate for senior management in the 2020-21 financial year; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. There are no officials that received a combined salary increase of 88% in the past three years at the DLCA. The salary payments to the executives at the DLCA are provided below in line with the figures audited by AGSA and published in the audited Annual Performance Report of the Entity. All payments to staff at the DLCA are regulated by the Department of Public Service and Administration.

a) In 2018/2019 financial year, the top four executives earned a total of R3,404,000. The average was R 851,000 each. This average is distorted by the executive who worked only two months in the year and resigned. The average for the three executives excluding the resigned manager is 1,098,000.

b) In 2019/20 financial year, there were three (3) executives, who earned a total of
R3,104,000. This resulted to an average of R 1,035,000 each.

c) In 2020/21 financial year, there were three (3) executives, who earned a total of
R3,196,000. The average was R 1,065,000. The difference is due to the fact that the CFO did not act for 12 months.

 Executives

2018/'19

2019/'20

2020/'21

Former CFO

178,000

Resigned

Resigned

Acting CFO

1,038,000

927,000

1,016,000

Senior Manager: Information Technology

109,000

Resigned

Resigned

Senior Manager: Production & Infrastructure

1,061,000

1,107,000

1,111,000

Senior Manager: Risk, Governance & Compliance

1,018,000

1,070,000

1,069,000

 Total

3,404,000

3,104,000

3,196,000

Average

851,000

1,034,667

1,065,333

2. Refer to (1) above

3. Refer to (1) above

4. Refer to (1) above

5. Although the DLCA executives would appreciate the salary increase of 7.3%, all salaries paid to the DLCA executives are aligned to the DPSA directive of which in 2020-21 financial year no increases were paid to the executives/ senior managers.

02 March 2022 - NW349

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Nodada, Mr BB to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What number of staff vacancies existed at the various levels of the process of administering the National Senior Certificate examinations in the 2021 academic year?

Reply:

The DBE has collated the information from the nine Provincial Education Departments (PEDs) in terms of the vacancies at both the provincial head office level and at the district level, together with the DBE, and the table below provides the summary:

Province

Head Office

District

Eastern Cape

36

67

Free State

5

10

Gauteng

43

5

KwaZulu Natal

72

174

Limpopo

8

10

Mpumalanga

13

14

Northern Cape

33

12

North West

15

3

Western Cape

44

2

DBE

11

 

Total

280

297

 These vacancies exist across the following functions:

(a) Printing, packing, distribution  and storage of question papers.

(b) Monitoring of the writing.

(c) Marking 

(d) Data Capture

(e) Certification

(f) School Based Assessment

(g) System Administration

(h) General administrative responsibilities

PEDs have appointed staff on contract basis and utilised staff from other Units to assist with the examination functions, so as to ensure that the examination functions are not compromised. 

02 March 2022 - NW63

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

With reference to the Hard Livings gang that allegedly set up base in Sydenham, Durban where residents are noe being killed regularly in what looks to be a full-scale drug war between the Hard Livings gang and the Sydenham Heights Boys gang, what is the reason that these gang were known to have shot at each other without being apprehended by police; Whether, in view of claims that the police in Sydenham are paid by the gangsters to turn a blind eye, the (a) specified claims have been investigated and (b) resident police members rotated to other stations as a precaution; if not, why not, if so, what are the relevant details in each case; Whether his department has any plan to set up a satellite police station in the affected area to prevent the shootings from occurring; if not, why not, if so, what are the relevant details?

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02 March 2022 - NW104

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Nodada, Mr BB to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)       Whether her department has any programmes and/or workshops that intend to upskill and improve the professional development of teachers nationwide; if not, who is responsible for the training and continued professional development of teachers after they have graduated and qualified; if so, (a) how is the success of the specified programmes measured and (b) what is the success rate of the programmes; (2) whether her department has any public-private partnerships with education training institutions in order to provide professional development workshops to teachers in the country; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether she will furnish Mr B B Nodada with a list of programmes that are currently underway in each province; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

Question 1: The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has a number of programmes and/or workshops that intend to upskill and improve the professional development of teachers nationwide. Together with provinces, DBE developed a three-year plan which highlights all national priority programmes. These programmes and implemented by all provinces and monitored quarterly by the Department.  The success of these programmes is monitored by subject advisors as they regularly visit schools. Tracking of learner participation and performance in provinces through the NSLA has an indirect way of assessing teacher programmes.  The DBE has further just developed impact assessment tools which will used as from 2022 to determine the impact Teacher Development programmes.

Question 2: The Department has 133 District Teacher Development Centres and 9 Provincial Teacher Development Institutes which are used as hubs for Continuing Professional Teacher Development. The DBE also collaborates with Teacher Unions to deliver DBE priority programmes. The Department further works with the National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) to delivery the Primary School Reading Programme to General Education and Training (GET) teachers. A number of partners such as Sasol Foundation for Coding and Robotics,  Siyavula for Maths and Sciences, Cisco, SchoolNet and Vodacom for ICT programmes and Higher Education Institutions such Wits and University of Johannesburg in ICTs and Maths programmes and UNISA for Coding and Robotics.

Question 3: As indicated in Question1, the Department will share the 3- year plan for Continuing Professional Teacher Development (CPTD). The Provincial Education Departments (PEDs) have a range of programmes covering a wide scope of subjects and grades. Some of the DBE initiated programmes are

* Support for Further Education and Training (FET) Accounting and Economics teachers

* Support for Senior Phase Mathematics and Natural Sciences

02 March 2022 - NW61

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

Given that since December (or earlier) 2021 the Cape Town Hard Livings gang (known as the Kaapies) allegedly set up a base in Sydenham, Durban and residents are now being killed there regularly in what looks to be a full-scale drug war between the Hard Livingsgang and the Sydenham Heights Boys gang, what pro-active steps has the SA Police Seervice taken in this regard; In view of reports that 20 persons had been killed in the specified area at that stage, what is the total figure to date and (b) have any arrests been made in this regard; Whether it was found that the 28-year old man from Cape Town who survived the shooting, having taken a bullet to the chest, was part of the Hard Livings gang; if so, (a0 was he arrested and (b) is he being charged?

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02 March 2022 - NW348

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Nodada, Mr BB to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What is the current vacancy rate for (a) teachers, (b) teacher assistants and (c) principals in each province?

Reply:

(a) The table below shows the vacancy rate for teachers (Post Level 1) in each province in terms of the latest available information which is at the end of December 2021.

PROVINCE

All PL1 Teachers

Number of PL1 vacancies

Vacancy rate

EASTERN CAPE                                      

44 054

4 777

10.8%

FREE STATE                                        

17 172

121

0.7%

GAUTENG                                           

54 863

87

0.2%

KWAZULU/NATAL                                     

72 037

2 237

3.1%

LIMPOPO PROVINCE                                  

40 828

3 219

7.9%

MPUMALANGA                                        

26 850

74

0.3%

NORTHERN CAPE                                     

7 236

23

0.3%

NORTH WEST                                        

21 786

89

0.4%

WESTERN CAPE                                      

25 712

40

0.2%

Grand Total

310 538

10 667

3.4%

Source: Persal, December 2021

(b) There is currently no national policy/norms to create posts for teacher assistants. 

(c)The table below shows the vacancy rate for principals (Post Level 1) in each province in terms of the latest available information which is at the end of December 2021.

PROVINCE

Number of Principal Post

Number of Principal vacancies

Vacancy rate

EASTERN CAPE                                      

5 190

1 032

20%

FREE STATE                                        

1 069

55

5%

GAUTENG                                           

2 215

355

16%

KWAZULU/NATAL                                     

5 882

1 457

25%

LIMPOPO PROVINCE                                  

3 732

850

23%

MPUMALANGA                                        

1 676

325

19%

NORTHERN CAPE                                     

556

108

19%

NORTH WEST                                        

1 487

271

18%

WESTERN CAPE                                      

1 525

334

22%

Grand Total

23 332

4 787

21%

Source: PERSAL December 2021 

02 March 2022 - NW258

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Mente, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Police

What total number of (a)(i) persons are employed in the SA Police Service (SAPS) and (ii) the specified persons are employed as police officers and (b) persons employed at SAPS will reach a retirement age in 2025

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02 March 2022 - NW55

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Police:

(a) What police presence exists at the (i) Numbi, (ii) Phabeni and (iii) Orpen Gates in the Kruger National Park, or the vicinity of the respective gates, (b) in what form is the police presence at each gate, both human and other resources, (c) on what date(s) did the respective police presence commence, (d) what crime recording facilities exist, (e) what are the crime statistics for the past three financial years and (f) what are the crime statistics since 1 January 2022?

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02 March 2022 - NW336

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Nodada, Mr BB to ask the Minister of Police

What is the total number of persons who have been (a) arrested and (b) prosecuted during the violent looting that occurred in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng in July 2021 where schools were affected? NW347

Reply:

A total number of 19 persons were arrested and three persons were prosecuted during the violent looting that occurred in KwaZulu-Natal, in July 2021, where schools were affected.

No person were arrested and prosecuted during the violent looting that occurred in Gauteng, in July 2021, where schools were affected.

Reply to question 336 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2022-02-28

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
Date: 01/03/2022

01 March 2022 - NW541

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Majola, Mr TR to ask the Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

What is the (a) make, (b) model (c) year of manufacture, (d) price and (e) purchase date of each vehicle purchased for use by (i) her and (ii) the deputy minister since 29 May 2019? NW607E

Reply:

The Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities procured officials vehicles for the Minister and the deputy minister as follow:

 
  1. Minister
  1. Deputy Minister

(a)

Audi

Audi

(b)

Q5 2.0 TDI S TRONIC SPORT

Q5 2.0 TDI S TRONIC SPORT

(c)

2020

2020

(d)

R690 000.00

R690 000.00

(e)

06 January 2020

06 March 2020


Approved by Minister
Ms M Nkoana-Mashabane, MP
Date 28/02/2022

01 March 2022 - NW187

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Krumbock, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation

(a) What number of supplier invoices currently remain unpaid by (i) his department and (ii) each entity reporting to him for more than (aa) 30 days, (bb) 60 days, (cc) 90 days and (dd) 120 days, (b) what is the total amount outstanding in each case and (c) by what date is it envisaged that the outstanding amounts will be settled?

Reply:

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION:

Name of institution

  1. (i) (ii)
  1. (i) (ii)

(c)

 

(aa)

(bb)

(cc)

(dd)

(aa)

(bb)

(cc)

(dd)

 
         

R’000

R’000

R’000

R’000

 

DSI

None

None

None

None

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Not applicable.

CSIR

148

34

21

140

3,203

386

62

73

84% of the invoices were settled during January 2022. 16% of the invoices will be paid by 28 February 2022 (unless there is an unresolved issue regarding delivery of the product/service).

TIA

None

None

None

None

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Not applicable.

SANSA

23

5

5

14

73

1,034

3

1,320

The invoices will be settled by 28 February 2022.

HSRC

6

4

4

0

65

40

22

0

The invoices will be settled as soon as outstanding queries are resolved.

ASSAf

None

None

None

None

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Not applicable.

NRF

14

33

11

2

348

115

18

5

The invoices will be settled by 28 February 2022.

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

Based on information received from the Department in response to Parliamentary Question 798details are accordingly provided as follows:

The attachment provides details pertaining to outstanding invoices that have not been paid within the requisite 30-day threshold. These invoices are currently disputed with the respective suppliers, as the Department is of the view that they are too high. The latter payments therefore, can only be settled once suppliers have resolved individual disputes duly supported by relevant evidence. All correspondence related to engagements with suppliers is retained by the Department for record purposes.

Based on information received from the Public Entities reporting to the Department *details are also accordingly provided in the attachment. At the time of providing the required information, responses were received from 24 of the 26 Entities.

01 March 2022 - NW516

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Stubbe, Mr DJ to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What is the (a) make, (b) model, (c) year of manufacture, (d) price and (e) purchase date of each vehicle purchased for use by (i) her and (ii) the Deputy Minister since 29 May 2019?

Reply:

There are no new cars for Minister and her deputy purchased since 29 May 2019. However, below are details of their current cars:

(a) What is the (a) make:
    (i) Mrs. AM Motshekga, MP Minister
        1. BMW - Cape Town
        2. Mercedes Benz – Pretoria


    (ii) Dr MR Mhaule MP Deputy Minister
        1. BMW - Cape Town
        2. AUDI - Pretoria


(b) Model
    (i) Mrs. AM Motshekga, MP Minister
        1. 535i Sedan
        2. GLE 500
    (ii) Dr MR Mhaule MP Deputy Minister
        1. 530
        2. Q7 3.0 TDI Quatro


(c) Year of Manufacture
     (i) Mrs. AM Motshekga, MP Minister
        1. BMW - 2014
        2. Mercedes Benz - 2016
    (ii) Dr MR Mhaule MP Deputy Minister
        1. BMW - 2018
        2. AUDI - 2018


(d) Price
    (i) Mrs. AM Motshekga, MP Minister
        1. BMW - R769,022.76
        2. Mercedes Benz - R849,900.00
    (ii) Dr MR Mhaule MP Deputy Minister
        1. BMW - R833,488.41
        2. AUDI - R1,015,702.05


(e) Purchase Date of vehicle
    (i) Mrs. AM Motshekga, MP Minister
        1. BMW - 23 September 2014
        2. Mercedes Benz - 26 October 2016
    (ii) Dr MR Mhaule MP Deputy Minister
        1. BMW - 28 March 2018
        2. AUDI - 13 December 2018

01 March 2022 - NW179

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Kruger, Mr HC to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(a) What number of supplier invoices currently remain unpaid by (i) her department and (ii) each entity reporting to her for more than (aa) 30 days, (bb) 60 days, (cc) 90 days and (dd) 120 days, (b) what is the total amount outstanding in each case and (c) by what date is it envisaged that the outstanding amounts will be settled?

Reply:

(a) 

(i) Department of Basic Education

(aa) 30 days,  - 5

(bb) 60 days, - 2

 (cc) 90 days - 0

 (dd) 120 days,- 5

 

 (b) what is the total amount outstanding in each case:

 

No.

Order No

Amount

1

OR-013041

R24 909,00

2

OR-013070

R15 715,90

3

OR-012896

R4 218,20

4

OR-012347

R5 043,90

5

OR-012537

R2 314,38

6

OR-012733

R3 769,65

7

OR-012996

R10 301,62

8

OR-012708

R12 105,27

9

OR-012668

R9 078,95

10

OR-012742

R18 157,91

11

OR-012725

R12 105,27

12

OR-012816

R583 239,30

13

OR-012925

R16 883,00

(c) by what date is it envisaged that the outstanding amounts will be settled?       

  • 15 March 2022  

               

(ii) UMALUSI - See Annexure A Response received from UMALUSI 

 (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd), (b) and (c) 

 

SACE See Annexure B Response received from SACE 

  (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd), (b) and (c) 

28 February 2022 - NW306

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture

(1). Whether, with reference to TeamSA for the Tokyo Olympic Games, the initial decision not to pay any incentives to the medal winners was because (a) he and (b) the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) have found that women in sport are inferior and do not deserve to be treated as equal to men; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (2). whether the initial decision not to pay any incentives to the medal winners was because (a) he and (b) the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) have found that winners are not representative of the demographics of the Republic; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. SASCOC’s Constitution / Policy and position is very clear in relation to provision of equal incentives for any athlete who medals at multi-coded events. Discrimination of any form is not tolerated within the Organisation.

2. I as the Minister, I serve all South Africans from all walks of life, race, class or gender is not an issue to me and the political party I belong too.

SASCOC does not tolerate or practice a system of discrimination based on one or more grounds. This includes but not limited to race, gender, marital status, ethnic or social origin, colour, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, conscience, belief, culture, language, or HIV and AIDS status. We also subscribe to the IOC Charter, the Constitution of SA and the SASCOC Constitution in this regard.

28 February 2022 - NW123

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Masango, Ms B to ask the Minister of Social Development

(1)(a) On what date were the conditions of the old-age grant (OAG) last reviewed? (b) by what amount is the OAG increased annually? (2) whether the conditions of the grant take into consideration the number of dependants the applicant might have when spouses’ combined income is above the threshold; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (3) whether the refusal for the grant is a blanket refusal; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (4) whether there is a review and/or appeals process on a case-by-case basis; if not, why not; if so, what are the various thresholds for refusal?

Reply:

1 (a) The OPG means test formula was last reviewed on 01 April 2011. The formula however is linked to the value of the grant, which is reviewed annually, based on the budget allocated for the grant.

(b) Provision is made for annual inflation related adjustment to all social grants, including the Old Age Grant. However, in recent years, due to fiscal constraints, and budget cuts across government.

(2) The means test assesses the income and assets thresholds of both a single and a married applicant, and does not consider the number of household members. One of the policy proposals in the Discussion Paper on Comprehensive Social Security is to align the means test criteria with the criteria for tax thresholds, and progressively move towards universalisation of all social grants. With regards to dependants of applicants, the Department’s policy is to provide individually for them. For example, if there are children in the household of the applicant, the caregiver can access the Child Support Grant. If there are dependants who have a disability, they can access the Disability Grant, and if there are adult dependants, they can access Social Relief of Distress.

(3) There is no such a thing as “blanket refusal” because every application is subjected to policy provision, including the means test.

(4) Yes, Section 18 of the Social Assistance Act (Act 13 of 2004) makes provision for applicants whose application has been declined to may appeal SASSA’s decision with the Independent Tribunal for Social Assistance Appeals.

Once again, I would like to reiterate that there is no such thing as “blanket refusal” as every appeal is assessed on a case-by-case basis. The same qualifying criteria provided for in the Social Assistance Act are used to assess the appeal cases. The 2021/2022 threshold for the Old Age Grant is as follows:

  • R 87 720 for and individual
  • R175 440 for a couple

The asset threshold for the OPG is:

  • R 1 247 400 for an individual, and
  • R 2 494 800 for a couple.

 

28 February 2022 - NW103

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McGluwa, Mr JJ to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

1) What are the reasons that the maintenance and infrastructure of the loose border fence were moved to the Border Management Authority; (2) whether there are any budgeted funds available to maintain the infrastructure and loose border fence; if not, why not; if so, what is the current status of the loose border fence?

Reply:

1. Firstly, it should be clarified that the maintenance and infrastructure of the border fence has not yet been moved to the Border Management Authority (BMA). However, it should clearly be noted that the process to do so is underway as provided for in section 38 of the Border Management Authority Act, 2020. In this case, the vehicle to be used to achieve the objective is section 97 of the RSA Constitution, 1996 which empowers the State President to transfer certain functions from one Cabinet member to another. Therefore, the rationale for the transfer of border related assets, liabilities and funds from the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) to the Border Management Authority (BMA) is embedded on the fact that BMA will be operating as a schedule 3(A) public entity outside the public service but within public administration. As such, the BMA has to assume the full responsibility in the management and administration of the relevant border management assets, particularly those located at land borders. To this end, the legal clarity on this matter is located within section 38 (2) of the BMA Act which provides that, “all assets, rights, obligations and liabilities, including the unexpected balance of appropriations, authorisations, allocations and other funds held in connection with the management and administration of border law enforcement, are transferred to the Authority”.

2. As clearly reflected in section 38 (1) of the BMA Act, the funds currently budgeted and used to maintain the border related infrastructure and the fences by the DPWI would be transferred to the BMA in accordance with the requirements of the Public Financial Management Act, 1999. Therefore, the conclusion of the section 97 proclamation processes would locate such maintenance responsibilities to the Authority. As such, the BMA would then resume the responsibility of updating the nation regarding the status of the border fence and all other related border infrastructure.

END

 

28 February 2022 - NW220

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Arries, Ms LH to ask the Minister of Social Development

What are the reasons that the cash send option for the Social Relief of Distress Grant payments is not yet in place?

Reply:

With the first iteration of the Special COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant, SASSA entered into contracts with banks to provide the cash send / mobile money transfer channel for approved applicants who chose this payment option. The reinstatement of the grant was only published in the Government Gazette on 3 August 2021, a month after the expiration of the contracts with the banks. As a result, SASSA had to follow a new procurement process.

SASSA got approval from the National Treasury to follow a closed tender process, directed at banks registered in South Africa only. This process was concluded in December 2021, with only 4 banks of the more than 20 banks in South Africa passing the tender processes. Work is currently underway to conclude the detailed contracts with the banks to be able to provide the cash send payment option.

Since the banks are also contracted to provide a means test for reconsideration of declined applications, SASSA approached the National Treasury for approval to negotiate with the remaining banks, as the service required is not based on competitive bids, but rather the intention is to include as many banks as possible. This will ensure that the most accurate decisions possible are made for applications for the grant. This process is underway.

Despite the mobile money transfer option not being operational at this stage, all applicants for the SRD grant who chose the money transfer method of payment were contacted in order to either provide bank account details, or opt to be paid through the post office, so as not to delay the payments of the approved applicants.

 

28 February 2022 - NW288

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Msane, Ms TP to ask the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

What total amount has been paid to a certain company (BT Communications) and (b) who are the owners of the specified company?

Reply:

a) R 961 242 959.16 is the total amount that has been paid to BT Communications

b) The owners of BT Communications are:

  • BT Limited owns 70%

The Company Directors as per the Central Supplier Database for BT Communications are:

  1. Abdula Khalid
  2. Naidoo Presantha
  3. Thomas Brian Keith
  4. Ah Sing Chantelle
  5. Shihabi Eyad
  6. Delport Bertrandt
  7. Dzvova Valentine Colleta
  • Kilomix Investments (Pty) Ltd owns 30%

 

28 February 2022 - NW221

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Arries, Ms LH to ask the Minister of Social Development

What (a) total number of (i) banks has her department engaged with to verify the financial details of the Social Relief of Distress Grant applicants appeals and (ii) appeals are still outstanding and (b) are the further relevant details in this regard?

Reply:

a) SASSA engaged 7 banks for the first iteration of the Special COVID-19 SRD grant (May 2020 to April 2021). This was specifically for the purposes of means testing reconsideration of declined applicants.

(i) ABSA; First National Bank, Nedbank, Standard Bank; Postbank; Tymebank and Capitec. The contracts expired on 31 July 2021, prior to the implementation of the new iteration of the SRD grant.

SASSA then followed a closed tender process to contract with banks again. To date, no contracts have been finalised with any bank. Currently, contracts are being finalised with ABSA, Nedbank, Standard Bank and Grindrod Bank for the provision of means testing and mobile money transfer services, as these banks passed through the tender process. Approval to negotiate with other banks who did not pass through the tender process for the means testing services, approval is being sought from the National Treasury.

(ii) No outstanding appeals for the first iteration of the SRD grant. With regards to the second iteration, the number of outstanding appeals are as follows:

2021:

August 984 702

September 711 017

October 570 111

November 416 234

December 302 302

2022:

January 141 010

(Please note that the window to request reconsideration is still open for January 2022, so these numbers may still increase. Reconsiderations must be lodged within 30 days of the applicant having received the outcome of their application.

b) The requirement to assess income on reconsideration is set in the Directions for the SRD grant. This is the only means through which SASSA can electronically validate the assertion by the applicant that he/she does not have financial support from any other source. Despite the delays in finalising contracts with the banks, all reconsiderations will be attended to. Once concluded, the contracts will remain in place until end of March 2023. This will enable SASSA to effectively deal with all backlogs.

28 February 2022 - NW198

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Mabika, Mr M to ask the Minister of Social Development

(a) What number of supplier invoices currently remain unpaid by (i) her department and (ii) each entity reporting to her for more than (aa) 30 days, (bb) 60 days, (cc) 90 days and (dd) 120 days, (b) what is the total amount outstanding in each case and (c) by what date is it envisaged that the outstanding amounts will be settled?

Reply:

i) DSD

a) Two (2) suppliers remain unpaid, 5 invoices

(aa)                 One (1)           – R 591 712.00        

(bb)                 Two (2) – R 890 212.00

(cc)                  One (1) – R 606 202.00

(dd)                 One (1) – R 682 872.00  

b) Total value of R2,770 million

c) The payments for all invoices have been actioned and the settlement date will be 22 and 24 February 2022. 

ii) SASSA

One of the performance indicators SASSA is measured against is 100% supplier payments within 30 days.

SASSA has achieved this indicator since April 2020 to date where all suppliers were paid within 30 working days.

iii) NDA

The NDA processed a total of 605 invoices to the value of R54,86 million, for the financial year to the end of January 2022.

a) The NDA has no supplier that has not been paid.

During this period:

aa) 604 suppliers were paid within 30days

bb) 1 supplier paid within 60 days

cc) no supplier not paid in 90days

dd) no supplier not paid in 120 days

b) The NDA does not have any outstanding payment due to any of its suppliers.

28 February 2022 - NW170

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Hinana, Mr N to ask the Minister of Social Development

Whether she and/or her department ever received correspondence from a certain political organisation (details furnished), via email, WhatsApp, hardcopy and/or in any other format of which the original file is dated June 2020; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) on what date was the specified correspondence received, (b) who was the sender of the correspondence and (c) what steps were taken by her department in this regard?

Reply:

No (a) Not applicable (b) Not applicable (c) Not applicable

28 February 2022 - NW219

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Arries, Ms LH to ask the Minister of Social Development

What are the reasons that (a) the SA Social Security Agency (SASSA) is still conducting business with a certain company (name furnished), which was implicated in fraud at the Special Investigating Unit in SASSA and (b) a certain SASSA senior official (name furnished) has not been held to account?

Reply:

a) SASSA has a cleaning contract with the company in question which was awarded in April 2022. This contract was not part of the SIU investigation. The contract that the Honourable Member is referring to in which the company was implicated in fraudulent activity relates to the procurement of food parcels under the state of national disaster. The final SIU investigation report became available early this year. The SIU will institute civil proceedings against this company in respect of the food distribution contract.

An investigation was conducted internally against the official and when no evidence of wrong doing was found, the matter was referred to the HAWKS for further investigation. The outcome of the investigation will determine the disciplinary action, including the current contract.

28 February 2022 - NW122

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Masango, Ms B to ask the Minister of Social Development

(a) On what date did she first have access to the report of the Special Investigation Unit, (b) what actions has she taken against implicated officials since first having had access to the specified report and (c) what recommendations contained in the report has she implemented thus far?

Reply:

a) I received the preliminary report in December 2021 and the final report last month.

b) Upon receipt of the final report, I made it available to the implicated officials to allow them an opportunity to state their cases in response to the SIU investigation and findings as required by law.

c) The Department had a meeting with the SIU investigators to discuss the report and to seek clarity. The SIU offered its assistance to the Department as it initiates the process to take the necessary disciplinary action against the implicated officials.

28 February 2022 - NW171

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Hinana, Mr N to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture

Whether he and/or his department ever received correspondence from a certain political organisation (details furnished), via email, WhatsApp, hardcopy and/or in any other format of which the original file is dated June 2020; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) on what date was the specified correspondence received, (b) who was the sender of the correspondence and (c) what steps were taken by his department in this regard?

Reply:

The question is vague and a corresponding letter provided was not signed and lacks clarity, so we could not get a full insight on this question.

28 February 2022 - NW100

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Masango, Ms B to ask the Minister of Social Development

(1)Whether there are any established minimum norms and standards in place to run government-subsidised old-age homes; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) what are the minimum requirements needed to receive financial support from her department; (3) whether she will furnish Ms B S Masango with a list of old-age homes in each province that receive grants from her department and the grant subsequently received; (4) what is the (a) average monthly stipend for an employee who works in an old-age home and (b) breakdown in each province?

Reply:

1. Yes, there are minimum norms and standards in place to run government-subsidised old-age homes. The National Department of Social Development has established norms and standards which guide acceptable levels of services to Older Persons and service standards for residential to run government–subsidised residential facilities.

The details are as follows:

The norms and standards are developed within the regulations for the Older Persons Act, 2006 (Act No. 13 of 2006), viz. Regulations 33075 of 2010 (Gazette 33075, 01 April 2010). The norms and standards regulate the following, among others:

  •  

1.1 Registration of all residential facilities and prescribed reporting and accounting systems thereof;

1.2Provision of financial awards;

1.3 Provision of acceptable levels of services within these facilities;

1.4 Required minimum staff complement and the suitability of their background or knowledge base in line with their roles and responsibilities within a residential facility;

1.5 Basic health and occupation systems mandated in line with health and safety of residents including staff members in line with relevant pieces of legislations;

1.6 Basic requirements to facilitate compliance with building regulations and standards and

1.7 Provision of monitoring and evaluation systems etc.

2. Residential facilities are funded by provinces based on available resources through funds appropriated by provincial treasuries. The following are minimum requirements needed to fund NPOs as spelled out in the Older Persons’ Regulations, Policy on Financial Awards and the Non Profit Organisations Act, 71(NPO Act, Act No.71 of 1997)- NPOs must:

  • Be registered and be in terms of the Non-Profit Organisations Act, No. 71, 1997, and compliant with its provisions.
  • Registered or have at least a conditional registration in the case of services where such a registration is a legislative requirement.
  • Be compliant with the applicable governance, financial management, banking and reporting requirements.
  • Have financial management and internal control systems applicable to the entity or NPO; in compliance with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA).
  • Have a bank account in the name of the entity.
  • Demonstrate the necessary capability and understanding to provide services according to the specified minimum norms and standards for the service.
  1. LISTS OF RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES

3.1 EASTERN CAPE

District

Name of Residential Facility

Number of Beneficiaries in Residential Facility

Budget Allocation

 

Thatcher Home\ Tehuis

 

R288,000

 

Amatola Haven

 

R384,000

 

Callie Evens

 

R720,000

 

A.C.V.V Adelaide

 

R936,000

 

Cingela Old Age Home

 

R480,000

 

D.J. Sobey Old Age Home

 

R1,584,000

 

Leisure Homes for Senior Citizens (Kennersley Park)

 

R1,344,000

 

East London Senior Citizens Association (ELSCA)

 

R1,368,000

 

Ethembeni Old Age Home

 

R984,000

 

Huis John Vorster Old Age Home

 

R1,848,000

 

ACVV Nerinahof Residential Facility

 

R1,008,000

 

Huis Silwejare

 

R720,000

 

Huis Tarkastad Home

 

R216,000

 

Uniesfeesherdenkingtehuis

 

R360,000

 

Elizabeth Jordaan Tehuis Residential Facility for Older Persons

 

R720,000

 

Madeira Home Housing Utility Company

 

R1,560,000

 

Marais Steyn Home For the Aged

 

R432,000

 

Huis Van der Horst

 

R648,000

 

Huis Dirk Postma vir Bejaardes

 

R528,000

 

Gelvan Park Frail Aged Home

 

R2,352,000

 

Malabar Home for the Aged

 

R936,000

 

Ekuphumleni Old Age Home

 

R1,440,000

 

ACVV Huis Genot

 

R1,320,000

 

Nazareth House

 

R456,000

 

Munro Kirk Home

 

R792,000

 

Huis Louisa Meyburgh

 

R768,000

 

A C V V Huis Najaar

 

R1,440,000

 

Uitenhage ACVV Dienstak: Aandmymering Old Age Home

 

R1,200,000

 

Rosa Munch House

 

R192,000

 

Empilweni Home

 

R2,088,000

 

Huis Formosa Tehuis vir Bejaardes

 

R792,000

 

Huis Welverdiend

 

R768,000

 

Gert Greeff Tehuis

 

R576,000

 

Ons Tuiste

 

R1,248,000

 

ACVV Huis Silwerjare

 

R624,000

 

Mc Kaiser Old Age Home

 

R528,000

 

Brookshaw Home

 

R168,000

 

ACVV Huis Diaz, Alexandria

 

R672,000

 

Aalwynhof Old Age Home

 

R480,000

 

ACVV Huis Van der Graaff

 

R672,000

 

Damant Lodge

 

R336,000

 

Valleihof ACVV Old Age Home

 

R768,000

3.2 FREE STATE

District

Name of Residential Facility

Number of Beneficiaries in Residential Facility

Budget Allocation

FEZILE DABI

Amot- Andries Maria Oosthuizen Tehuis

70

R 512 976

 

Najaarsrus

136

R 821 712

 

Ons Gryse Jeug Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

60

R691 968

 

Kroonstad Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

163

R 821 712

 

Viljoenskroon Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

44

R 605 472

 

Heil Van Bron

57

R 605 472

 

Wilgerus Versorgingsdienste

60

R 1210 944

 

Emily Hobhouse

44

R 1 081 200

 

Onze Rust Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

36

R 735 216

LEJWELEPUTSWA

Huisgoed Vir Sorg

49

R821 712

 

Bultfontein Versorgingsdienste

70

R735 216

 

Hoopstad Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

40

R648 720

 

Huis Moria Old Age Home

38

R864 960

 

Rusoord

50

R562 224

 

Mev President Steyn

80

R1643 424

 

Huis Ougoud Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

44

R648 720

 

Nasina Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

44

R778 464

 

Huis Maranata

61

R778 464

MANGAUNG METRO

Ons Tuiste

206

R 1081 200

 

Stillehawe Te Huis Vir Bejaardes

60

R 1081 200

 

Mangaung Society for The Care of the Aged

80

R 3 459 840

THABO MOFUTSANYANE

Lidia Tehuis Vir Bejaardes

41

R648 720

 

Cloc In

25

R432 480

 

Imperani Park Home fortThe Aged

30

R389 232

 

Senekal Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

72

R1556 928

 

Huis Sorgvry

55

R562 224

 

Huis Kosmos

23

R 648 720

 

Clara Mabahloki

50

R2 162 400

 

Avond Vrede

60

R1081 200

 

Khabonina

20

R864 960

XHARIEP

Engo Trompsburg Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

66

R 908 208

 

Huis Uitkom

65

R 648 720

 

Reddesrus

48

R 1081 200

 

Vergesig

38

R 259 488

 

Ons Woning Sentrum Vir Bejaardes

45

R778 464

TOTAL

35

 

R31 565 040

3.3 GAUTENG

District

Name of Residential Facility

Number of Beneficiaries in Residential Facility

Budget Allocation

 

Daveyton Society for The Aged

102 - Old Age Home

R1,278,168

 

Tsakane Home for The Aged

102 - Old Age Home

R1,513,608

 

Vosloorus Society for Care of the Aged

102 - Old Age Home

R2,584,680

 

Raad Vir Berjaades Kempton Pak

102 - Old Age Home

R1,314,696

 

Alberton Tuiste

102 - Old Age Home

R1,197,096

 

Boksburg Society for Care of Aged

102 - Old Age Home

R4,407,096

 

Ebenhaeze Tehuis Bejaades

102 - Old Age Home

R981,816

 

ENTE ITALIANO CASA ANZIANI (CASA SA

102 - Old Age Home

R1,110,000

 

SA RED CROSS

102 - Old Age Home

R1,290,000

 

Frank Mynhadt Tehuis

102 - Old Age Home

R4,020,000

 

Hefsland Teiste Vi Bejaades

102 - Old Age Home

R1,671,864

 

Korwa Pienaar Tehuis

102 - Old Age Home

R1,440,000

 

Marian House

102 - Old Age Home

R690,000

 

Methodist Home for the Aged

102 - Old Age Home

R900,000

 

Rus 'N Bietjie Tehuis

102 - Old Age Home

R1,950,000

 

SA Redcross Soc Elandsvallei Old

102 - Old Age Home

R780,000

 

SAVF HUIS DIEN BOTHMA

102 - Old Age Home

R2,367,096

 

Solheim Tuiste

102 - Old Age Home

R3,150,000

 

Methodist Home for the Aged (Springsetiementvillage)

102 - Old Age Home

R660,000

 

Tehuis Vi Berjaades Nigel

102 - Old Age Home

R2,517,096

 

Cunny Fam

102 - Old Age Home

R300,000

 

Die Huis Andries Meye Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R3,866,592

 

Die Stigting vir bejaades

102 - Old Age Home

R2,007,096

 

Ekklesiapak Tuiste vi Bejaades

102 - Old Age Home

R815,496

 

Floroma Home Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R1,980,000

 

Federick Place Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R4,175,244

 

Itlhokoneleng Association for Aged and Alexandra

102 - Old Age Home

R4,844,664

 

Johannesbug Society for the Blind

102 - Old Age Home

R300,000

 

Jodan House Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R3,387,984

 

Joseph Gead Foundation

102 - Old Age Home

R1,813,704

 

MAX ODMAN DEAF ASSOCIATION t/a

102 - Old Age Home

R744,000

 

Nazaeth House

102 - Old Age Home

R1,778,316

 

Pak Care Centre/SogSENTRUM

102 - Old Age Home

R7,038,960

 

Rand Aid Association

102 - Old Age Home

R2,457,096

 

Resindentia Stigting

102 - Old Age Home

R1,557,096

 

Salvation ARMY (Southen AFRICA Teitoy)

102 - Old Age Home

R4,714,104

 

Sandigham Gardens

102 - Old Age Home

R6,510,000

 

South African Nuses Tust Funds

102 - Old Age Home

R360,000

 

Soweto Home for the Aged

102 - Old Age Home

R5,737,224

 

St Joseph Ithuteng campaign

102 - Old Age Home

R1,440,000

 

The Women's Civic Benevolent Society incopaating

102 - Old Age Home

R1,617,096

 

Vereeniging OLD AGE HOUSING UTILITY

102 - Old Age Home

R523,140

 

VAAL ECHOES OF LOVE

102 - Old Age Home

R4,714,524

 

Heidelbeg Vereeniging Vi Berjaades

102 - Old Age Home

R1,374,768

 

Sebokeng Old Age Home & multi-Purpose CentreI(age in action)

102 - Old Age Home

R933,492

 

Jeugland Tehuis

102 - Old Age Home

R1,167,096

 

Huis Meyeton Home for the Aged/Huis Meyeton Tehuis Vi Bejaades

102 - Old Age Home

R1,257,096

 

Vanderbijlpak Vereeninging Vir Bejaades

102 - Old Age Home

R1,107,096

 

Vukuzenzele Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R3,123,960

 

Ratanda Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R2,316,912

 

Randvaal Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R1,467,096

 

Zilisiminye Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R1,456,680

 

Holy Cross Home

102 - Old Age Home

R2,006,280

 

St John The Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R2,633,052

 

Phumula Old Age Home

102 - Old Age Home

R1,338,840

 

Lodwyk P Spies Home

102 - Old Age Home

R4,284,288

 

Mamelodi Care of the Aged

102 - Old Age Home

R2,673,936

 

Noma's Care Centre for the Aged

102 - Old Age Home

R3,079,332

 

Van Rensbug: Tak van Monumenttehuis van die NHSV Goep

102 - Old Age Home

R2,969,256

 

Ons Huis (iviea)

102 - Old Age Home

R4,137,024

 

SAVF Magaetha Ackeman Hebeg and SAVF Magaetha Ackeman tehuis

102 - Old Age Home

R4,710,000

 

Residentia Stigting

102 - Old Age Home

R1,049,256

 

SAVF HUIS SILVESIG

102 - Old Age Home

R2,847,096

 

Susan Strijdom Tehuis

102 - Old Age Home

R1,110,000

 

Eersterust Welsynogan viR

102 - Old Age Home

R2,454,540

 

Noma's Care Centre for the Aged

102 - Old Age Home

R1,606,608

 

Tender Loving Care

102 - Old Age Home

R1,606,608

 

Latte Rain

102 - Old Age Home

R3,000,000

 

Moria Tehuis vi Bejaades

102 - Old Age Home

R3,444,768

 

Moreglans Tehuis vi Berjaades

102 - Old Age Home

R3,879,096

 

Tehuis Vi Berjaades - Luipaadsvlei

102 - Old Age Home

R3,626,304

 

Mohlakeng Old Age

102 - Old Age Home

R1,902,960

 

Viendskaps Tuiste

102 - Old Age Home

R4,701,864

 

Mohlakeng Proto-Type

102 - Old Age Home

R1,080,000

3.4 KWA-ZULU NATAL

District

Name of Residential Facility

Number of Beneficiaries in Residential Facility

Budget Allocation

EThekwini North

Abalindi

65

R2 732 000

 

Kwamashu Christian Care (Zamazulu Nokosi)

89

R4 060 000

 

Mothwa Haven

43

R824 000

 

Natal Settlers Memorial Homes

217

R7 948 000

 

TAFTA - John Conradie

526

R5 040 000

 

TAFTA -Farrer House

160

R978 000

 

Verulam Frail Care & Service Centre

70

R3 960 000

 

Zibambeleni

83

R3 128 000

 

TOTAL

 

R 28 670 000

EThekwini South

ABH Home Dayanand

198

R8 628

 

Issygeshan

67

R2 483 000

 

Mooi Hawens

127

R2 140 000

 

Ekhanana Old Age Home

44

R450 000

 

TOTAL

 

R5 081 628

AMAJUBA DISTRICT  

SAVF Huise Joanna

42

R1 400 000

 

La-Gratitude

70

R3 400 000

 

TOTAL

 

R4 800 000

UGU DISTRICT

Anerley Havens

69

R990 000

 

Ntokozweni Village

39

R1 430 000

 

Hibiscus Retirement village

88

R80 000

 

Alexandra

39

R180 000

 

TOTAL

 

R2 680 000

UMGUNGUNDLOVU DISTRICT  

Sunnyside Park Home

32

R3 000 000

 

Riverside Park Home

99

R700 000

 

Marian Home for the Aged

132

R216 000

 

Isabel Beardmore

64

R2 160 000

 

Aryan Benevolent Home

28

R920 000

 

SAVF

104

R3 000 000

 

Victoria Memorial

44

R924 000

 

Emuseni Centre for the Aged

56

R1 980 000

 

TOTAL

 

R12 900 000

ZULULAND DISTRICT

SAVF Jubileum Tehuis

100

R3 272 000

ILEMBE DISTRICT

Ekuphumuleni KwaMaShandu Old Age Home

16

R816 000

 

Banomusa Health and Welfare

32

R864 000

 

TOTAL

 

R1 680 000

HARRY GWALA DISTRICT

Elonwabeni

35

R1 783 000

UTHUKELA DISTRICT

Juana Maria

 

R320 000

 

Shepstone Place for Elderly

42

R1 292 000

 

St Anthonines

63

R2 730 000

 

TOTAL

 

R4 342 000

UMZINYATHI DISTRICT

ABH Glenco

32

R1 165 000

 

ARCADIA

08

R144 000

 

Dundee NDUMENI

29

R580 000

 

ELC Mseni

68

R2 100 000

 

TOTAL

 

R3 989 000

3.5 LIMPOPO

District

Name of Residential Facility

Number of Beneficiaries in Residential Facility

Budget Allocation

Waterberg

Piet Pot monument

 

R 948 720

 

Naboom Old Age

 

R1 080 000

 

Waterberg Old age

 

R 842 400

 

Warmbath Rusoord

 

R1 1 66 400

Capricorn

Martha Hofmeyer

 

R2 754 000

 

Sekutupu Old age home

 

R28 678 000

Sekhukhune

Loskop Vallei

 

R 734 400

Vhembe

Ons Tuiste

 

R1 468 800

3.6 MPUMALANGA

District

Name of Residential Facility

Number of Beneficiaries in Residential Facility

Budget Allocation

Nkangala

Emalahleni

 

 

 

Edenpark Assisted Living

25

R102 000

 

Mthumkhulu Assisted Living Facility

35

R142 800

 

SAVF Immergroen Assisted Living Facility

25

R102 000

 

Sub-total

85

R346 800

 

Thembisile

 

 

 

Ekukhanyeni Assisted Living

50

R204 000

 

Sub-total

50

R204 000

 

Total Assisted Living

209

R550 800

Ehlanzeni

Residential Care Facilities for Older Persons

 

Ehlanzeni

 

 

 

Bushuckridge

 

 

 

Hlayisekani Nursing Home

30

R720 000

 

Hlayisekani Nursing Home

Capacity strengthening

R600 000

 

Mbombela

 

 

 

SAVF Herfsakker Outehuis (1 emergency bed)

70

R1 512 000

 

SAVF Rustig Outehuis e (1 emergency bed)

35

R756 000

 

Sub-total

105

R3 588 000

 

Thaba Chweu

 

 

 

Lydenburg Rusoord (1 emergency bed)

55

R1 320 000

 

Sub-total

55

R1 320 000

 

Ehlanzeni Total

160

R4 908 000

Gert Sibande

Albert Luthuli

 

 

 

Gugulethu St Benedict Home for the Aged (1 emergency bed)

79

R1 896 000

 

Ons Eie Home Carolina

45

R1 080 000

 

Sub-total

124

R2 976 000

 

Govan Mbeki

 

 

 

SAVF Silwerjare Buhuising

68

R1 468 800

 

Standerton Association for the Aged (1emergency bed)

20

R1 080 000

 

Sub-total

118

2 548 800

 

Mkhondo

 

 

 

Huis Immergroen Piet Retief Rusoord

21

R453 600

 

Sub-total

21

R453 600

 

Msukaligwa

 

 

 

SAVF Huis Ermelo

100

R2 400 000

 

Sub-total

100

R2 400 000

 

Volksrust Rusoord (1 emergency bed)

30

R648 000

 

Sub-total

30

R648 000

 

Total Gert Sibande

393

R7 946 400

Nkangala

Emakhazeni

 

 

 

SAVF Silwedae Ons Tuiste Home for the Aged (1 emergency bed)

30

R648 000

 

Rusoord Belfast

50

R1 200 000

 

Sub-total

80

R1 848 000

 

Emalahleni

 

 

 

SAVF Immergroen Home Hergurg

68

R1 632 000

 

Sub-total

68

R1 632 000

 

Steve Tshwete

 

 

 

SAVF Hendrina Tehuis

45

R1 080 000

 

SAVF Home Middelburg

60

R1 296 000

 

St Joseph's Home for the Aged

40

R864 000

 

Sub-total

145

R3 240 000

 

Victor Khanye

 

 

 

SAVF Ons Eie Outehuis Delmas (1 emergency bed)

40

R864 000

 

Sub-total

40

R864 000

 

Nkangala Total

333

R7 584 000

 

Total Residential Care for Older Persons

886

R20 438 400

 

Total Assisted Living Facilities

209

R550 800

 

Total Residential Care and Assisted Living Facilities

1 095

R20 989 200

3.7 NORTHERN CAPE

District

Name of Residential Facility

Number of Beneficiaries in Residential Facility

Budget Allocation

Frances Baard

Ons Huis

36

R487 872

 

Resthaven

39

R709 632

   

TOTAL

R1 1985 504

John Taolo Gaetsewe

Kgomotsego

26

R412 473.60

 

Mimosahof

36

R381 427.20

   

TOTAL

R793 900.80

Namakwa

Huis Namakwaland

65

R887 040.00

 

Huis Harmonie

42

R660.844.80

 

Huis Sophia

13

R257 241.60

 

Huis E.J. Appies

44

R758 419.20

 

Johenco

45

R634 233.60

 

Amandelhof

13

R137 491.20

 

Emmanuel

20

R372 556.80

 

Onse Rust

20

R195 148.80

 

Sorgvleit

56

R727 372.80

   

TOTAL

R4 630 348.80

Pixley kaSeme

Huis Danie van Huysteen

15

R323 697.60

 

Huis H du Pickard

66

R944 697.60

 

Huis Daneel

13

R164 102.40

 

Huis Kiepersol

20

R186 168.40

 

Sondersorge

40

R425 779.20

 

Huis Frank du Toit

41

R452 385.30

 

Huis Frieda Kempen

14

R186 279.60

 

Huis Heldersig

18

R270 547.20

 

Huis Spesbona

44

R558 835.20

   

TOTAL

R3 512 492.50

ZFM

Orangehof

89

567 705.60

 

Jan Voster

25

239 500.80

   

TOTAL

807 206.40

TOTAL

24

841

10 941 452.50

3.8 NORTH WEST

District

Name of residential facility

Number of residents the facility is registered to accommodate

Number of residents subsidised

Amount of subsidy paid during the financial year 2021/22

Number of economically viable older persons

Comments

BOJANALA PLATINUM DISTRICT

Madibeng Local Municipality

Brits Maatskappy

100

22

R881 919.04

78

None

 

Letlhabile Old Age Home

72

72

R2 261 919.04

0

None

Rustenburg Local Municipality

Sering Residentia

150

30

R1 006 033,36

120

None

 

MTS Ancillary Health Care

30

27

R1 035 607,36

0

Funding is based on current occupation

Kgetleng Local Municipality

Koster Old Age Home

96

25

R700 000

71

None

 

SAVF Rodenhoff Ouetehuis

42

29

R992 833.36

13

None

DR. KENNETH KAUNDA

JB Marks local Municipality

SAVF Ons Hulde Ouetehuis

96

63

R1 748 800

33

None

 

Samuel Broadbent old age home

155

44

1 224 400

111

None

 

SAVF Huis Ann-viljoen

94

35

R976 000

59

None

 

SAVF Ventersdorp

42

32

R1 351 633,36

10

None

Matlosana Local Municipality

SAVF Evanna Tehuis

92

77

R2 135 200

   
 

Klerksdorp Old Age Home

100

91

R2 511 600

9

None

Maquassi-Hills

Wolmaransdat Home For The Aged

92

92

R2 549 200

0

None

DR. RUTH SEGOMOTSI MOMPATI

Lekwa -Teemane Local Municipality

Jappie Kritzinger Old Age Home

115

42

R1 441 134.76

73

None

 

Edith Smith Old Age Home

38

26

R999 534.00

12

None

Naledi Local Municipality

Rusoord Ouetehuis - Vryburg

82

42

R1 340 833.36

40

None

 

Huis Louis Swanepoel Old Age Home

40

8

R230 800.00

32

None

Mamusa Local Municipality

Silwerjaare Old Age Home

54

30

R833 176.00

24

None

NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA

Ramotshere-Moiloa

Zeerust Old Age Home

48

25

R700 000.00

23

None

 

Ke Ba Rona Old Age Home

42

41

R1 247 934.76

0

Additional one person was admitted after the SLA was signed for 2021/22. Consideration will be done in the new financial year.

Mafikeng Local Municipality

Rotarus Home For Senior Citizens

37

36

R1 380 693.04

Funding is based on current occupation

None

 

Lapa Lapa La Botlhe Old Age Home

72

64

R2 374 293.04

0

Funding is based on current occupation

Tswaing Local Municipality

Huis Louw Van Wyk

46

40

R1 114 000.00

6

 
 

Huis Delareyville

42

37

R1 408 293.04

5

 
 

Legae La Bone

35

35

R1 353 093.04

0

None

Ditsobotla Local Municipality

SAVF Licht Huis

96

61

R1 693 600

35

None

TOTAL

26

1911

1138

R35 502 532

NB. Payments are done on a quarterly basis. Currently processing the last payments for the quarter.

Current expenditure is at 81.37%

754

Additional one person was admitted after the SLA was signed for 2021/22. Consideration will be done in the new financial year.

3.9 WESTERN CAPE

District

Name of Residential Facility

Number of Beneficiaries in Residential Facility

Budget Allocation

City of Cape Town Metropolitan

Metro East

ACVV Huis Jan Swart

79

R356 484

 

ACVV Huis Marie Louw

69

R550 068

 

ACVV Huis Soeterus

69

R635 052

 

AGS Kuilsriver Tehuis

41

R1 286 460

 

AGS Sarepta

150

R5 637 300

 

Esperanza

112

R 2 000 326

 

Helderberg Society for the Aged Helderberg Lodge

166

R 1 286 460

 

Huis De Kuilen

150

R 2 322 596

 

Huis Ravenzicht

99

R 1 276 594

 

KSE Kraaifontein Tehuis

156

R6 236 458

 

Pam Brink

111

R755 460

 

Sen Cit Resthaven

39

R 979 121

 

Zandvliet Care Facility

45

R 1 427 731

Metro North

Andre van der Walt

90

R267 700

 

CPOA Arcadia Place

17

R 513 135

 

CPOA Lilyhaven

124

R4 756 776

 

CPOA Nerina Place

98

R4 036 740

 

Haven Homes

70

R 2 580 341

 

Highlands House

220

R670 476

 

Huis Aristea

80

R 356 933

 

Huis Boland

38

R84 984

 

Huis Martina

153

R 3 393 394

 

Kendrick House

67

R217 200

 

Kensington Home for the Aged

97

R3 725 160

 

Ladies Christian Home

122

R1 690 542

 

Nazareth House Cape Town

40

R1 170 900

 

Nazareth House Elsies River

30

R961 745

 

Ons Tuiste ACVV Dienstak

93

R1 383 360

 

Protea Home for the Aged

116

R453 276

 

Ria Abel Home For The Aged

46

R 1 432 708

 

Rogelim Monte Rosa

111

R 1 068 354

 

Uitsig Tehuis

178

R1 281 912

 

Zonnebloem ACVV Dienstak

106

R 2 493 641

 

Zonnekus

96

R1 510 836

Metro South

Beaconvale Frail Care Centre

134

R5 693 928

 

Beit ul Aman

78

R1 815 432

 

CPOA Oakhaven

78

R2 219 148

 

CPOA Erica Place

80

R3 257 748

 

CPOA Lotus River

120

R 3 371 130

 

Douglas Murray

90

R2 455 140

 

FG Lowe Village Old Age Home

79

R2 386 704

 

Huis Luckhoff

143

R1 732 776

 

Huis Nuweland

55

R 267 700

 

Ikaya Loxolo Lase gugulethu NPC

124

R4 862 157

 

Plumstead Rusoord

95

R675 216

 

Sunnyside Lodge

58

R748 392

Cape Winelands/Overberg

AA Tomlinson

89

R2 001 864

 

ACVV Bredasdorp Suideroord Tehuis vir Bejaardes

157

R2 025 480

 

ACVV Grabouw Huis Groenland

35

R892 332

 

ACVV Heidehof

78

R 679 203

 

ACVV Huis Maudie Kriel

89

R 1 526 918

 

ACVV Nuwerus Tehuis

145

R 2 129 463

 

ACVV Robertson Huis Le Roux

95

R 671 782

 

ACVV Silwerkruin

113

R998 941

 

AGS Tehuis vir Bejaardes Touwsrivier

50

R2 153 995

 

Awendrus

100

R4 206 708

 

Fleur de Lis

34

R 535 399

 

Geluksoord Bejaardesorg

80

R394 236

 

Herberg aan See

35

R460 344

 

Herfsvreugde Tehuis

31

R1 189 776

 

The Hermanus Frail Care Centre

63

R394 236

 

Huis Andries Hamman

58

R 736 218

 

Huis Brevis

70

R2 294 568

 

Huis Ebenhaeser

105

R 3 403 348

 

Huis Klippedrift

42

R 941 926

 

Huis Lafras Moolman

37

R860 114

 

Huis Lettie Theron

92

R1 209 625

 

Huis PJ Du P Strauss

77

R3 229 392

 

Huis Silwerjare

72

R2 998 056

 

Huis Uitvlucht

81

R1 764 844

 

Joseph Matwa Old Age Home

20

R 847 715

 

Lingelihle Old Age Home

30

R1 127 003

 

Mimosa

57

R1 012 740

 

Mostertshoek Tehuis

43

R917 129

 

Overberg Tehuis

40

R1 043 424

 

Rusoord Tehuis vir Oues van Dae

176

R 2 136 796

 

Rusthof Tehuis

104

R4 419 168

 

Tulbagh ACVV Dienstak Huis Disa

42

R 483 361

 

Vrederus

52

R 624 632

Eden / Karoo

ACVV Helen Bellinghanhof

193

R5 334 172

 

ACVV Hesperos

77

R 1 534 340

 

ACVV Huis Malan Jacobs

41

R 991 519

 

ACVV Prins Albert Kweekvallei Tehuis

56

R1 399 908

 

ACVV Seebries

80

R 1 829 281

 

ACVV Tuishuis

22

R436 728

 

Albertinia Versorgings Dienste

33

R819 156

 

Benevolent Park Home for the Aged

41

R1 657 188

 

Coronation Memorial Versorgingsoord vir Bejaades

100

R2 806 956

 

DROOM

129

R1 284 240

 

Hartenbos Bejaardesorg

97

R324 715

 

Huis Izak van Tonder

66

R963 180

 

Huis JJ Watson

60

R819 156

 

Huis Johannes

66

R2 761 980

 

Huis Spitskop

52

R1 827 156

 

Loeriehof

57

R566 616

 

Rosemoor Home For The Aged

98

R4 359 158

 

Stilbaai Tehuis

58

R 381 730

 

Tuiniqua Versorgingssentrum

40

R970 248

 

Vermont Old Aged Home

50

R1 990 056

 

Vygieshof

47

R 1 886 296

 

Zenobia du Toit

57

R 909 707

West Coast

ACVV Aandskemering

101

R 1 821 859

 

ACVV Huis Bergsig

47

R946 632

 

ACVV Huis Moorrees

102

R3 356 868

 

ACVV Huis Nerina

63

R934 824

 

ACVV Piketberg Huis AJ Liebenberg

49

R1 095 595

 

ACVV Sederhof

35

R 674 226

 

ACVV Somerkoelte

42

R861 648

 

Goue Aar Old Age Home

70

R2 219 064

 

Groeneweide

42

R 1 095 595

 

Huis Matzikama

40

R 775 858

 

Huis van Liefde

80

R3 411 168

 

Ons Huis

56

R1 145 189

 

Sederville Tehuis vir Bejaardes

74

R3 123 162

 

Vredendal Tehuis

72

R1 194 516

 

Wittekruin

117

R1 564 114

TOTAL

116

9314

R198 670 234

4. The following tables reflect the salaries of employee who works in an old-age home and (b) breakdown in each province.

4.1 EASTERN CAPE

RANK

SALARY SCALE

Nursing Assistant

R132,525.00 – R149,613.00 per annum

Staff Nurse

R171, 381.00 – R192, 879.00 per annum

Professional Nurse

R256, 905.00 – R297, 825.00 per annum

Care Giver

R 52 428 per annum

   

4.2 FREE STATE

CATEGORY OF EMPLOYEES

STIPEND FOR EACH

Manager

R15 060 pm

Social Worker

-

Professional Nurse

R15 594 pm

Administrator

 

Administrative Officer/Clerk

R7 977 pm

Caregiver

R4 440 pm

Household supervisor

R5 955 pm

General assistant/worker: cleaners / launderer /cooks etc.

R4 011 pm

Handy man/gardener/driver

R4 011 pm

4.3 KWA-ZULU NATAL

R3 750.00 is the average stipend paid by funded residential facilities in the KwaZulu-Natal Province.

4.4 LIMPOPO

District

Name of the Facility

Subsidy Received

Waterberg

Piet Pot monument

R 948 720

 

Naboom Old Age

R1 080 000

 

Waterberg Old age

R 842 400

 

Warmbath Rusoord

R1 1 66 400

Capricorn

Martha Hofmeyer

R2 754 000

 

Sekutupu Old age home

R28 678 000

Sekhukhune

Loskop Vallei

R 734 400

Vhembe

Ons Tuiste

R1 468 800

4.5 MPUMALANGA

The Department pays the unit cost of R1800 for each older person per month. The funding is not prescriptive on the utilisation of the funding regarding stipend.

4.6 NORTHERN CAPE

The Northern Cape Department of Social Development does not have a government run old age home. All old age homes are run by the NGOs and they determine the salaries of their staff members. The salaries differ from facility to facility based on the finances of each facility. However, these are average salaries received from some of the facilities.

CATEGORY OF EMPLOYEES

STIPEND FOR EACH

Manager

R 17 000 per month

Social Worker

 

Professional Nurse

R 9 000 per month

Administrator

R 6 000 per month

Administrative Officer/Clerk

R 4 600 per month

Caregiver

R 2 274.60 per month

Household supervisor

R 3 500 per month

General assistant/worker: cleaners / launderer /cooks etc.

R 2 600 per month

Handy man/gardener/driver

R 2 250 per month

4.7 NORTH WEST

CATEGORY OF EMPLOYEES

STIPEND FOR EACH

Social Worker

168 033.36 p.a

Professional Nurse

103 901.40 p.a

Manager

40% of the R2300 of monthly subsidy depending on the number of beneficiaries. Amount is determined by the Facility Board

Administrator

40% of the R2300 of monthly subsidy depending on the number of beneficiaries. Amount is determined by the Facility Board

Administrative Officer/Clerk

40% from R2300 on monthly subsidy depending on the number of beneficiaries. Amount is determined by the Facility Board

Caregiver

40% from R2300 on monthly subsidy depending on the number of beneficiaries. Amount is determined by the Facility Board

Household supervisor

None

General assistant/worker: cleaners / launderer /cooks etc.

40% from R2300 on monthly subsidy depending on the number of beneficiaries. Amount is determined by the Facility Board

Handy man/gardener/

40% from R2300 on monthly subsidy depending on the number of beneficiaries. Amount is determined by the Facility Board

Driver

40% from R2300 on monthly subsidy depending on the number of beneficiaries. Amount is determined by the Facility Board

NB Any other staff not mentioned above like security personnel, their stipend is derived from the 40% of the subsidy unit cost. The Actual amount is determined by the facility board.

4.8 WESTERN CAPE

CATEGORY OF EMPLOYEES

STIPEND FOR EACH

Manager

R 547 890 + 25% Admin pa

Social Worker

R 198 136 + 25% Admin pa

Professional Nurse

R 297 516 pa

Administrator

R 5 500 – R 7 000 pm

Administrative Officer/Clerk

R 85 548 + 25%Admin pa

Caregiver

R 4 000 pm

Household supervisor

R 4 500 – R 5 500 pm

General assistant/worker: cleaners / launderer /cooks etc.

R 4 000 – R 5 500 p.m

Handy man/gardener/driver

R 4 000 – R 7 000 p.m

28 February 2022 - NW229

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Thembekwayo, Dr S to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation

What (a) is the total number of available spaces for first-year student intake in each university for the 2022 academic year and (b) contingency measures has he put in place for students who qualify, but who have not been accepted by any university because of limited spaces?

Reply:

a) The table below reflects the 2022 enrolment targets for first-time entering undergraduate students at the 26 public universities.

INSTITUTION

Enrolment Target

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

7 695

Central University of Technology

4 677

Durban University of Technology

9 595

Mangosuthu University of Technology

3 516

Nelson Mandela University

7 000

North West University

12 869

Rhodes University

1 434

Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University

992

Sol Plaatje University

1 467

Tshwane University of Technology

14 448

University of Cape Town

4 075

University of Fort Hare

4 290

University of Free State

8 100

University of Johannesburg

10 200

University of KwaZulu-Natal

8 761

University of Limpopo

5 310

University of Mpumalanga

2 300

University of Pretoria

7 903

University of South Africa

58 012

University of Stellenbosch

5 603

University of the Western Cape

4 550

University of Venda

3 474

University of Witwatersrand

5 569

University of Zululand

4 118

Vaal University of Technology

5 139

Walter Sisulu University

7 200

Total

208 299

b) Students are encouraged to sign-up with the Central Applications Clearing House (CACH) so that firstly they can be considered for spaces available at the other universities and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges. Secondly, students will also be considered for spaces available for integrated work learning. The Department is engaging with several organisations to see if the CACH database could be used for the filling of learnerships and apprenticeships.

28 February 2022 - NW199

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Majola, Mr TR to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture (a)

(a). What number of supplier invoices currently remain unpaid by (i) his department and (ii) each entity reporting to him for more than (aa) 30 days, (bb) 60 days, (cc) 90 days and (dd) 120 days, (b) what is the total amount outstanding in each case and (c) by what date is it envisaged that the outstanding amounts will be settled? NW20

Reply:

a) (i) My Department does not have supplier invoices currently remain unpaid for more than

(aa) more than 30 days

(bb) more than 60 days

(cc) more than 90 days

(dd) more than 120 days

       

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

b)) Total amount outstanding:

(aa) more than 30 days

(bb) more than 60 days

(cc) more than 90 days

(dd) more than 120 days

       

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

c) By what date is it envisaged that the outstanding amount will be settled

(aa) more than 30 days

(bb) more than 60 days

(cc) more than 90 days

(dd) more than 120 days

       

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

28 February 2022 - NW304

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture

With reference to TeamSA for the Tokyo Olympic Games, what amount was actually spent on (a) travel, (b) pre-game camps, (c) on site meetings for each game, (d) competition and non-competition wear, (e) ticketing, (f) allowance and professional services, (g) holding camp, (h) sending of formalities, (i) medical insurance and contingencies and (j) athletes incentives?

Reply:

The Honourable member should note that the response to question 37 of 2022 still stands.

28 February 2022 - NW289

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Msane, Ms TP to ask the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

What is the nature of her relationship with certain company (BT Communications) and between the department’s officials and the company?

Reply:

The nature of The Minister of International Relations and Cooperation’s relationship with BT Communication is none other than the contractual relationship regarding the services provided by the company – BT Communication.

Also, the department’s officials have no special relationship other than that of a contractual one.”

The services rendered by BT Communications to the Department of International Relations and Cooperations is to provide, maintain and support a global managed Wide Area Network Infrastructure for information and communication technology

 

28 February 2022 - NW382

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Msimang, Prof CT to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

(Whether, following the Inter-Ministerial Committee meeting he hosted together with the Minister of Employment and Labour, Minister of Police and the Minister of Transport with representatives of the trucking industry, including other engagements related to the specified meeting, there has been a successful outcome of the resolutions taken in the meeting which fall under the mandate of his department; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Inter-Ministerial committee has had regular engagements with the trucking industry, unions, interested organisations representing foreign drivers and senior officials in government. The resolutions taken so far are to increase inspections within the industry by the departments of Labour and Home Affairs, to work on policy changes within the respective departments legislation and to continue to build consensus and cohesion within the sector.

END

28 February 2022 - NW267

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Ceza, Mr K to ask the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

In light of the fact that the African Union (AU) member states have signed many declarations such as Lomé Declaration, yet they fail in implementation and application of the measures, what has she found to be the reason that the AU is failing to implement policies?

Reply:

The African Union (AU) and its member states strongly uphold the implementation of the provisions of the Lomé Declaration of July 2000 on the Framework for the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) response to unconstitutional changes of Government, and the related instruments for responding to unconstitutional changes of government. The African Union Peace and Security Council (PSC) is the principal organ within the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA) to promote peace and security on the Continent, which includes addressing unconstitutional changes of government.

The APSA also embodies the principles of subsidiarity and complementarity. The APSA relies on the respective Regional Economic Communities/Regional Mechanisms (RECs/RMs) to take the lead in the regions, including in addressing coups d’états, with the PSC following up. This was done in every case where a coup occurred in the last year, including Mali, Guinea Conakry, Sudan, and Burkina Faso, which have all been suspended from the AU. At no time has the AU ever suspended four member states in one year for the same reason, that of unconstitutional changes of government.

The Report of the Peace and Security Council of the AU on its activities and the state of peace and security in Africa presented at the February 2022 AU Summit, as well as the numerous interventions by Heads of State and Government in the course of the deliberations, addressed the surge in unconstitutional changes of Government. The coups were unanimously and strongly condemned. These actions demonstrate that the AU and its members are committed to implementing the provisions of the AU Constitutive Act, the Protocol Relating to the establishment of the Peace and Security Council of the African Union, and the Lomé Declaration, as well as all related instruments, in the quest to promote democracy, good governance and the rule of law on the Continent.

South Africa will assume a two-year seat on the AU Peace and Security Council on 1 April 2022 and will work steadfastly for the effective use of the APSA, including the powers of the PSC.

 

 

28 February 2022 - NW305

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture

In light of the fact that (a) he and (b) the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee expected more medals for the Republic and a better performance at the Tokyo Olympic Games, what (i) are the reasons that there were media reports that there would be no incentives paid to the medal winners and (ii) amount was budgeted for the incentives?

Reply:

1. The media reports were incorrect, the correct message was that we were working with our Stakeholders such as the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture and National Lotteries Commission to provide incentives. This was also clarified at a media conference that was held after the Games (August 2021).

2. The amount budgeted and paid out by DSAC & NLC was R4.40m.