Questions and Replies

18 December 2018 - NW2849

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Robertson, Mr K to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether the Government received the € 30 million pledged by the Kingdom of Belgium for land reform purposes; if not, what are the relevant details; if so, (a) for which land reform projects will the Government utilise the funds and (b) what amount in Rand did the Government receive from the pledged amount?

Reply:

In response to this question, it should be noted that the National Treasury has not been involved in any recent negotiation with the Kingdom of Belgium for further support within the land sector; no commitments for this sector have been discussed, negotiated or received from the Government has been to the amount €18 150 000M from 2004-2015 for land reform programmes in South Africa. These constituted three programmes managed by the then Department of Agriculture and Land Affairs and the current Department of Rural Development and Land Reform.

18 December 2018 - NW2883

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Gardee, Mr GA to ask the Minister of Finance

With reference to the reply of the Minister of Public Service and Administration to question 2361 on 17 September 2018, what (a) number of government employees on (i) national and (ii) provincial level on the PERSAL system are over the age of 60 years and (b) is the breakdown of the specified government employees in terms of (i) age, (ii) department and (iii) salary level?

Reply:

a) Number of employees aged 60 and older per sphere of government as at September 2018 for all the departments (South African National Defence Force data extracted from September 2017:

Sphere

Number of employees aged 60 and older

Eastern Cape

6 458

Free State

2 788

Gauteng

8 329

Kwa-Zulu Natal

7 309

Limpopo Province

5 303

Mpumalanga

2 908

National Departments

6 221

North West

2 762

Northern Cape

1 257

Western Cape

4 873

Notes:

1) Data presented as at end September 2018. South African National Defence Force data as at September 2017

b) Breakdown of specified government employees in terms of:

(i) Age

Age

Number of employees aged 60 and older

60

14 734

61

10 436

62

8 429

63

6 481

64

5 373

65

568

66

254

67

174

68

137

69

120

70

121

71

89

72

79

73

49

74

61

75

40

76

32

77

36

78

45

79

27

80

23

81

18

82

21

83

19

84

19

85

12

86

12

87

9

88

12

89

7

90

6

91

1

92

2

94

1

95

1

97

1

999

759

Notes:

1) Data presented as at end September 2018. South African National Defence Force data as at September 2017

(ii) Department

Sphere

Department

Age 60 and older

Eastern Cape

Vote 01: Office Of The Premier

15

Eastern Cape

Vote 02: Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature

25

Eastern Cape

Vote 03: Health

2 183

Eastern Cape

Vote 04: Social Development And Special Programmes

57

Eastern Cape

Vote 05: Public Works

101

Eastern Cape

Vote 06: Education

3 071

Eastern Cape

Vote 07: Cooperative Governance And Traditional Affairs

591

Eastern Cape

Vote 08: Rural Development And Agrarian Reform

147

Eastern Cape

Vote 09: Economic Development Environmental Affairs And Tourism

14

Eastern Cape

Vote 10: Transport

182

Eastern Cape

Vote 11: Human Settlements

15

Eastern Cape

Vote 12: Provincial Treasury

9

Eastern Cape

Vote 14: Sport Recreation Arts And Culture

44

Eastern Cape

Vote 15: Safety And Liaison

4

Free State

Vote 01: Premier

17

Free State

Vote 03: Economic And Small Business Development Tourism And Environmental

32

Free State

Vote 04: Provincial Treasury

4

Free State

Vote 05: Health

875

Free State

Vote 06: Education

1 394

Free State

Vote 07: Social Development

70

Free State

Vote 08: Cooperative Governance And Traditional Affairs

27

Free State

Vote 09: Public Works And Infrastructure

104

Free State

Vote 10: Police Roads And Transport

168

Free State

Vote 11: Agriculture And Rural Development

49

Free State

Vote 12: Sport Arts Culture And Recreation

44

Free State

Vote 13: Human Settlements

4

Gauteng

Vote 01: Office Of The Premier

12

Gauteng

Vote 03: Economic Development

3

Gauteng

Vote 04: Health

2 947

Gauteng

Vote 05: Education

4 827

Gauteng

Vote 06: Social Development

132

Gauteng

Vote 07: Co Operative Governance and Traditional Affairs

30

Gauteng

Vote 08: Human Settlements

46

Gauteng

Vote 09: Roads And Transport

95

Gauteng

Vote 10: Community Safety

25

Gauteng

Vote 11: Agriculture And Rural Development

22

Gauteng

Vote 12: Sport Arts Culture And Recreation

19

Gauteng

Vote 13: eGovernment

16

Gauteng

Vote 14: Provincial Treasury

20

Gauteng

Vote 15: Infrastructure Development

135

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 01: Office Of The Premier

39

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 03: Agriculture And Rural Development

117

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 04: Economic Development Tourism And Environmental Affairs

14

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 05: Education

3 686

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 06: Finance

7

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 07: Health

2 906

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 08: Human Settlements

34

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 09: Community Safety And Liaison

4

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 10: Sport And Recreation

2

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 11: Cooperative Governance And Traditional Affairs

135

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 12: Transport

177

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 13: Social Development

77

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 14: Public Works

97

KwaZulu Natal

Vote 15: Arts And Culture

14

Limpopo Province

Vote 01: Office Of The Premier

25

Limpopo Province

Vote 02: Provincial Legislature

10

Limpopo Province

Vote 03: Education

2 294

Limpopo Province

Vote 04: Agriculture And Rural Development

285

Limpopo Province

Vote 05: Provincial Treasury

27

Limpopo Province

Vote 06: Economic Development Environment And Tourism

112

Limpopo Province

Vote 07: Health

1 548

Limpopo Province

Vote 08: Transport

114

Limpopo Province

Vote 09: Public Works Roads And Infrastructure

624

Limpopo Province

Vote 10: Community Safety

4

Limpopo Province

Vote 11: Cooperative Governance Human Settlements And Traditional Affairs

196

Limpopo Province

Vote 12: Social Development

49

Limpopo Province

Vote 13: Sport Arts And Culture

15

Mpumalanga

Vote 01: Office Of The Premier

14

Mpumalanga

Vote 03: Finance

12

Mpumalanga

Vote 04: Co Operative Governance And Traditional Affairs

28

Mpumalanga

Vote 05: Agriculture Rural Development And Land Administration

113

Mpumalanga

Vote 06: Economic Development And Tourism

13

Mpumalanga

Vote 07: Education

1 695

Mpumalanga

Vote 08: Public Works Roads And Transport

205

Mpumalanga

Vote 09: Community Safety Security And Liaison

27

Mpumalanga

Vote 10: Health

745

Mpumalanga

Vote 11: Culture Sport And Recreation

17

Mpumalanga

Vote 12: Social Development

29

Mpumalanga

Vote 13: Dept Of Human Settlements

10

National Departments

Civilian Secretariat

6

National Departments

Government Communication And Information System

11

National Departments

Military Veterans

7

National Departments

National Defence Force

1 167

National Departments

National Prosecuting Authority

111

National Departments

National School of Government

6

National Departments

Public Service Commission

19

National Departments

Traditional Affairs

3

National Departments

Vote 01: The Presidency

14

National Departments

Vote 03: Communications

3

National Departments

Vote 04: Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

8

National Departments

Vote 05: Home Affairs

154

National Departments

Vote 06: International Relations And Cooperation

188

National Departments

Vote 07: National Treasury

30

National Departments

Vote 08: Planning Monitoring and Evaluation.

6

National Departments

Vote 09: Public Enterprises

3

National Departments

Vote 10: Public Service And Administration

17

National Departments

Vote 11: Public Works

15

National Departments

Vote 12: Statistics South Africa

71

National Departments

Vote 13: Women

1

National Departments

Vote 14: Basic Education

51

National Departments

Vote 15: Higher Education And Training

1 417

National Departments

Vote 16: Health

69

National Departments

Vote 17: Social Development

34

National Departments

Vote 18: Correctional Services

47

National Departments

Vote 20: Independent Police Investigative Directorate

4

National Departments

Vote 21: Justice And Constitutional Development

699

National Departments

Vote 22: National Office of the Chief Justice

385

National Departments

Vote 23: Police

726

National Departments

Vote 24: Agriculture Forestry And Fisheries

313

National Departments

Vote 25: Economic Development

4

National Departments

Vote 26: Energy

12

National Departments

Vote 27: Environmental Affairs

41

National Departments

Vote 28: Labour

162

National Departments

Vote 29: Mineral Resources

34

National Departments

Vote 30: Science And Technology

11

National Departments

Vote 31: Small Business Development

2

National Departments

Vote 32: Telecommunications and Postal Services

7

National Departments

Vote 33: Tourism

8

National Departments

Vote 34: Trade And Industry

41

National Departments

Vote 35: Transport

24

National Departments

Vote 36: Water and Sanitation

169

National Departments

Vote 37: Arts And Culture

11

National Departments

Vote 38: Human Settlements

19

National Departments

Vote 39: Rural Development And Land Reform

79

National Departments

Vote 40: Sport And Recreation South Africa

12

North West

Vote 01: Office Of The Premier

21

North West

Vote 03: Health

828

North West

Vote 04: Culture Arts And Traditional Affairs

36

North West

Vote 05: Community Safety And Transport Management

52

North West

Vote 06: Economy And Enterprise Development

12

North West

Vote 07: Finance

16

North West

Vote 08: Education And Sports Development

1 390

North West

Vote 09: Loc Gov And Human Settlements

40

North West

Vote 10: Tourism

10

North West

Vote 11: Public Works and Roads

212

North West

Vote 12: Social Development

26

North West

Vote 13: Rural Environment And Agriculture Development

119

Northern Cape

Vote 01: Office Of The Premier

12

Northern Cape

Vote 02: Provincial Legislature

4

Northern Cape

Vote 03: Transport Safety And Liaison

2

Northern Cape

Vote 04: Education

748

Northern Cape

Vote 05: Roads And Public Works

63

Northern Cape

Vote 06: Economic Development And Tourism

5

Northern Cape

Vote 07: Sport Arts And Culture

16

Northern Cape

Vote 08: Provincial Treasury

6

Northern Cape

Vote 09: Cooperative Governance Human Settlements And Traditional Affairs

31

Northern Cape

Vote 10: Health

317

Northern Cape

Vote 11: Social Development

20

Northern Cape

Vote 12: Agriculture Land Reform And Rural Development

29

Northern Cape

Vote 13: Environment And Nature Conservation

4

Western Cape

Vote 01: The Premier

34

Western Cape

Vote 03: Provincial Treasury

5

Western Cape

Vote 04: Community Safety

13

Western Cape

Vote 05: Education

3 129

Western Cape

Vote 06: Health

1 372

Western Cape

Vote 07: Social Development

67

Western Cape

Vote 08: Human Settlements

17

Western Cape

Vote 09: Environmental Affairs And Development Planning

9

Western Cape

Vote 10: Transport And Public Works

120

Western Cape

Vote 11: Agriculture

49

Western Cape

Vote 12: Economic Development And Tourism

6

Western Cape

Vote 13: Cultural Affairs And Sport

36

Western Cape

Vote 14: Local Government

16

Notes:

1) Data presented as at end September 2018. South African National Defence Force data as at September 2017

(iii) Salary Level

Salary Level

Age 60 and older

0

2 018

1

53

2

2 629

3

7 132

4

1 374

5

2 503

6

3 451

7

5 939

8

5 944

9

6 908

10

4 849

11

1 922

12

2 132

13

639

14

290

15

98

16

327

Notes:

1) Data presented as at end September 2018. South African National Defence Force data as at September 2017

18 December 2018 - NW2826

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Lees, Mr RA to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) received any reports of reportable irregularities, in terms of section 45 of the Auditing Profession Act, Act 26 of 2005, in respect of each major public entity as outlined in Schedule 2 of the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999, since 3 August 2017; if not, why not; if so, (a) on what date was each report received, (b) what is the name of the auditor from which each such report was received, (c) what are the details of the matters addressed in each report and (e) what action was taken following receipt of each such report by the IRBA?

Reply:

The IRBA hereby declares that the following RI’s were declared to us:

IRBA Reference Number

Public Entity

Date of 1st RI report

Date of 2nd RI report

Name of Registered Auditor

Firm

Particulars of matters addressed in report

Status of RI

Action(s) undertaken by the IRBA - if any

2018/0240

Eskom Pension and Provident Fund

03-Aug-17

03-Aug-17

Clinton Mitchelson

PWC

A trustee shared confidential information that was solicited by the fund's Board with the trade union to which the said trustee is affiliated, which the fund alleged to be a breach of the fiduciary duties owed by the particular trustee to the fund.

RI not continuing

None

2018/0429

Servcon Housing Solutions (Pty) Ltd

16-Oct-17

15-Nov-17

NC Soopal

Nexia SAB&T

Annual financial statements for the financial years ending 31 March 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 have not been prepared

RI continuing

RI report onwards sent to the CIPC and to SARS.

2018/0686

Eskom Holdings SOC Limited

29-Nov-17

27-Dec-17

Aaron Mthimunye

SNG

RI involves multiple unlawful activities, including:
1) Contract awarded to McKinsey and Company whilst not meeting the sole supplier justification criteria;
2) Mckinsey subcontracting work to Trillian Management Consultancy in contravention of the PPPFA;
3) Guarantee provided to Tegeta Exploration and Resources on behalf of Eskom by the suspended CEO for the purchase of the Optimum Coal Mine without it having any commercial purpose etc.

RI continuing

RI report onwards sent to the AG, the CIPC, the Department of Public Enterprises and the JSE.

2019/0057

Eskom Holdings SOC Limited

11-May-18

21-Jun-18

Aaron Mthimunye

SNG

RI involves multiple unlawful activities, including:
1) Distribution of confidential documents by a senior official;
2) Payments made to Trillian Management Consulting in the absence of a contract;
3) Alleged bribery in the awarding of an ICT contract etc.

RI continuing

RI report onwards sent to the AG, CIPC, the Department of Public Enterprises, the JSE, the DPCI, the FIC and National Treasury.

2019/0110

Eskom Finance Company SOC Limited

04-Jun-18

03-Jul-18

K Hlajoane

SNG

CIPC records are outdated

RI not continuing

None

2019/0111

Transnet SOC Limited

04-Jun-18

04-Jul-18

Alex Philippou

SNG

Multiple instances of alleged unlawful activities involving contraventions of the PFMA, the Companies Act, Transnet's Procurement Procedure Manual, National Treasury Instruction Notes etc.

RI continuing

RI report onwards sent to the AG, CIPC, the Department of Public Enterprises, the JSE and National Treasury.

2019/0232

Alexkor SOC Limited

11-Jul-18

08-Aug-18

Luvo Mvinjwa

SNG

Multiple instances of alleged unlawful activities involving contraventions of the PFMA, the Companies Act, National Treasury Instruction Notes etc.

RI continuing

RI report onwards sent to the AG, CIPC, the Department of Public Enterprises and National Treasury.

2019/0318

Transnet Ontspanningsklub Groeppensionfonds

13-Aug-18

13-Aug-18

I Potgieter

PKF

Various statutory valuations for the fund are outstanding.

RI continuing

RI report onwards sent to the FSCA (old FSB)

2019/0356

Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority

30-Aug-18

29-Sep-18

E van Rooyen

E&Y

A forensic investigation concluded that the selection of a particular contractor on a single-source base was flawed and that the CEO at the time was suspected of colluding with the said contractor. A criminal investigation was ongoing at the time of RI reporting and the contentious contract was cancelled.

RI not continuing

None

18 December 2018 - NW2753

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Lees, Mr RA to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether any forensic investigations were conducted into the operations of the Financial and Fiscal Commission in the period 1 January 2014 to 30 June 2018; if so, what are the details of (a) the person(s) who conducted each forensic investigation, (b) the costs of conducting each forensic investigation, (c) each forensic investigation, (d) the reports produced for each forensic investigation, (e) the recommendations made in each report, (f) all action taken to implement the recommendations and (g) all disciplinary action taken against any person employed by the commission?

Reply:

Yes, one forensic investigation was conducted into the operations of the Financial and Fiscal Commission in the period 1 January 2014 to 30 June 2018.

a) The forensic investigation was conducted by the Special Audit Services of the National Treasury together with a private firm called Bowman Gilfillan.

b) The total forensic investigation fees paid by the National Treasury to Bowman Gilfillan amounted to R1,3 Million.

c) See b) above

d) One report on the Investigation into the allegation of fraud, corruption, fruitless and wasteful expenditure and maladministration at the Financial and Fiscal Commission was produced.

e) Recommendations contained in the report covered the following matters:

  1. Disciplinary action to be taken against employees
  2. Matters to be referred to law enforcement agencies to initiate criminal investigation
  3. Recovery of monies from the implicated employees.

f) (i) Disciplinary action has begun against affected employees. Two of the employees have resigned

(ii) Criminal matters were referred to the South African Police Services on 26 July 2017 by the National Treasury.

g) Recovery of monies process will be initiated once the disciplinary actions have been finalized

h) See( f) (i) above

18 December 2018 - NW2882

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Gardee, Mr GA to ask the Minister of Finance

With reference to the reply to question 2362 on 14 September 2018, what is the (a) name of each and (b) number of private security services companies that have contracts with the State?

Reply:

The following information was accessed from the Central Supplier Database system by the Office of the Chief Procurement Officer:

a) A list of companies with open orders that are linked to private security services either via the industry they are active in or the commodities they supply to government, in an Excel format (ANNEXURE A); and

b) The list indicates a total number of 2879 companies.

18 December 2018 - NW2945

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Finance

With reference to the reply to question 2494 on 9 October 2018, by what date will the payment to a certain person (name furnished) in recognition of life partnership application be finalised and (b) by what date will the specified person start receiving payment?

Reply:

The life partner was paid on the 7 September 2018, the monthly pension arrears and will receive a monthly pension on the 31st of every month.

18 December 2018 - NW2897

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Mulaudzi, Mr TE to ask the Minister of Finance

With reference to the reply to question 2495 on 4 October 2018, did any metropolitan municipality in the past five financial years outsource a function which was previously insourced; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what function was outsourced, (b) on what date, (c) to whom and (d) what was the total monetary value of the contract?

Reply:

According to the information at the disposal of National Treasury, the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality is the only municipality that has outsourced a function which was previously insourced. The function outsourced is Waste Management Services and this has been outsourced for a period of more than five (5) years. The expenditure incurred is about R500 million per annum. This particular service is outsourced to a panel of contractors.

18 December 2018 - NW2603

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Finance

With reference to the reply to question 168 on 24 May 2018, and in light of the fact that the central supplier database captures each company registration number of all suppliers, the directors and their identity numbers, what are the details of the directors of each consultant company that was hired from 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2016?

Reply:

Information regarding the companies and their directors is attached. Given the constitutional right to privacy, the identity numbers of the directors are not furnished.

Company name

Directors of company

   

21st Century Pay Solutions Group

Christopher Francis Blair, Mark Herber Raymond Bussin, Nasreen Banu Dawood, Dumisani Khanyile, Mbulelo Joel Mayikana, Ian Patrick Mcgorian, Morag Phillips, Craig Andrew Raath, Bryden Jason Morton, Ntombizone Feni

360 Currency

Annelies Nel

Akhile Management and Consulting (Pty) Ltd

Aneel Kumar Radhakrishna, Fongumusa Nhlanhleni Brian Hadebe, Aditi Radhakrishna

Apex Advisory Services

Natasha Reema Sing-Ally

Bain And Company South Africa

Stuart Kevin Min, Winston Keith Wilton

Belay Managed Services Pty Ltd

Johannes Groeneveld, John Ramatsui

Bigen Africa Services Pty Ltd

Anton Boshoff, Carolus Johannes Venter, Jacob Henry de Villiers Botha, Snowy Joyce Khoza, Zandile Nangamso Mankai, Deon Fabel, Otto Scharfetter, Salome Sengani, Ian Joseph Harford Bettesworth, Leon Boshoff, William Hohn Bosman, Jacques Leslie Bredenkamp, Pieter Abraham Cilliers, Anesta Henriette de Klerk, Pieter Willem du Plessis, Louis Gerhardus Gertenbach, Kesvin Govender, Daniel Jacobus Grabe, Johann Hooper, Johannes Jurie Human, Alex du Plessis Le Grange, Jacob Genis Louw, Henrik Fredrik Maree, Robert Albert Moffat, Tafadzwa Mukwena, Rineshree Naicker, Michael Jacobus Nel, Phinda Joseph Ngozo, Johan Henri Pieters, Kevindran Pillay, Dane Robin Poggenpeol, Ian Timothy Pollard, Marthinus Wessel Pretorius, Philippus Jacobus Johannes Reyneke, Hendrik Conrnelius Rossouw, Daniel Smit, Dieter Owen Storbeck, Jacobus Nicolaas Johannes Swart, Gilliam Swiegers, Johannes Steyn van Blerk, Jan Louis van den Berg, Hayley Ann van der Merwe, Jeremia Jesaja van der Walt, Sulett Goncalves van Graan,Terence Clint van Rensburg Francois Jacobus Viljoen, Carel Rudolph West, Andries Philippus Olivier, Hendrik Jakobus Bester, Carina Cox, Leon Rens Els, Victor Letsoejane Litlhakanyane, Henri Siebert, Rhulani Daphney Matshidze, Bongani Blessing Mabizela, Kelepile Anthony Dintwe, Ruan Werner Minnaar

Bitz Technologies

(Trading as Abacus Advisory)

Mohamed Amin Cassim

Bowman Gilfillan Inc

Partick Anthony Hirsh, Adam Gordon Anderson, David Peter Anderson, Anton Mark Barnes-Webb, Claire Louise Reidy, Tammy Lynn Beira, Roger Edgar Westley Burman, Robin Moncrieff Carr, Patrick Miles Carter, Lloyd Arthur Chater, Robert Anton Cohen, Craig Neil Cunningham, Graham Hugh Damant, Mzuwandile Ezra Clavis, Heather Dean Duffey, Lance Fleiser, Karen Anne Fulton, David John Geral, Timothy James Gordon Grant, Ashleigh Hale, Paul Hart-Davies, Ineke Louise Brink, Jeremy David Prain, Cornelia Maria Bouwer, Jeremia Ramasela Kaapu, Alan James Keep, Talita Laubscher, Robert Andrew Legh, Derek Andrew Lötter, Penuell Mpapa Maduna, Anne Mc Kinnell. James Michael Mc Kinnell, Gordon Ian Rushton, Beatrix Gertruida Magdalena Strydom, Christopher Frances Neale Todd, Claire Elizabeth Tucker, Daryn Stuart, Peter Eugene Whelan, Shelley Gaye Wilson, Tamara Carmela Oates, Charles Robert Douglas, Adam Simon Harris, Craig Patrick Kennedy, Randall John van Voore, Rosalind Ann Davey, Barry John Garven, Henry Bonginkosi Ngcobo, David Drummond Yuill, Livia Smith, Casper Louis van Heerden, Virusha Nannoolal, Fahdia Bhayat, Matthew Adkisson Purchase, Deon de Klerk, Johannes George Kruger, Rudolph Johannes Labuschagne, Richard Ze'ev Shein, Iona Duduzile Leshaba, Helen Jane Schoeman, Mandisi Selwin Rusa, Johathan Westley Sahli, Donna Gewer, Lusanda Vuyelwa Raphulu, Lucinda Verster, Jan Petrus Kruger, Dirk Cornelius Wessels, Nendel Yriel Sass, Lischa Herta Mary Gerstle, Craig Gerald Schäfer, Maria Anna Julie Osborne, Dana Edith Mclean, Michael George Vermaak, Peruscha Pillay, Charles Esward Cameron Smith, Trudie Hayley Mandy, Andrew John Pike, Maryanne Angumuthoo, Tholinhlanhla monde Gcabashe, Christopher Bernard Green, Kirsten Michelle Kern, Joanne Barbara Ripley-Evans, Mark Robert van Velden, James William Lynton Westgate, John Meredith Bellew, Warren Hamer, Joshua Ricky Janks, Mvisiswano Clement Mkiva, Happy Wandisile Mandlana, Lyndal Joan Anderson, Ian D'aguilar Kirkman, Tumisang Lesego Mongae, Charles Zanokuthula Nduli, Yashveer Ram, Elizabeth Cecilia Basson, Patricia Williams, Jane Andropoulos, Shamilah Grimwood, Khomotso Standley Makapane, Judd Lurie, Luway Mongie, Timothy Partick Mcdougall, Samir Ellary, Phetole Ivan Modika, Samantha Saffy, Spencer Patrick Naicker, Andrew van Niekerk, Ulrike Erika Brigette Ursula Naumann, Kelly Susan Wright, Xolani Nyali, Heidi Taylor, Misty Keep, Lital Avivi, Melissa Strydom, Amanda Arumugam Shakti Ann Wood.

Business Connexion (Pty) Ltd

Deon Jeftha Fredericks, Penuell Cornwell Sibusiso Luthuli, Regilwe Sakgeya Nkabinde, Sipho Nkosinathi Maseko, Sibusiso Sibisi, Faith Nondumiso Khanyile, Thabo Dloti, Michael Ettling, Jonas Poriki Bogoshi

Casucceed Training Pty Ltd

Thabiso Raymond Madiba, Monique Keevy

CIPS SA

Duncan Philip Brock, Jannine Rosanne Griffiths, Amanda Susan O'brien, Hemant Harrielall

Clarity Editorial Cc

Gregory Jon Rosenberg, Martha Palesa Morudu

Comsel Eighteen

Kanaga Vittee, Cheryl Jane Kujenga

Cool Ideas (Pty)Ltd

Ashen Rajah, John William King, Ebrahim Aboobaker Laher

Creative Consulting And Development Works Cc

Lindy Jane Briginshaw

Deloitte and Touche

Nazeer Ahmed Essop, Lerato Bacela, Mmaboshadi Chauke, Pearl Zama Dlamini, Egnes Macheve, Pulane Delia Ndlovu, Rachel Nkgodi, Lwazikazi Nomavo Nopece, Ntombenhle Bridget Radebe, Vuyelwa Sangoni, Faith Tumelo Seaketso, Gladys Sebatha, Lerato Millicent Sithole, Lwazi Loyiso Bam, Vonani Justice Chauke, Siviwe Zolisile Arthur Dongwana, Phaphmani Alex Thabani Gwala, Sandile Aubrey Zolani Gwala, Twalizidanga Mlondolozi Mgcinisihlalo Jordan, Charles Kweku Larbi-Odam, Mthokozisi Raymond Luthuli, Thabang Elvis Magare, Mandisi Mantyi, Wiseman Victor Musawenkosi Manyathi, Andrew Walter Mashifane, Sonwabo Mateyisi, Lector Arthur Matsho, Siwa Langton Mautsa, Slingsby Wonga Mda, Patrick Ndlovu, Kgomotso Pule Ramoitshudi Ngakane, Bongani Nkasana, Lungelo Christopher Nomvalo, Sisa Oswald Ntlango, Bongisipho Nyembe, Nkululeko Praise-God Oliphant, Emmanuel Ramasodi, Gregory Molefe Rammego, Lufuno Ravhuhali, Gabaiphiwe Ebenezer Daniel Tabane, Moroa Lehlohonolo Eric Tshabalala, Puledi George Tshesane, Joseph Zitha, Anthea Karen Scholtz, Mogamat Zahid Bardien, Randall Cupido, Justin Diedericks, Daniel Mark Flanagan, Reyaaz Jacobs, Peter Christian Present, Julian Sam, Muhammad Rushdi Solomons, Fatima Abba, Fathima Bibi Ally, Nerashni Dharamlall, Nazrien Banu Kader, Kasurthrie Justine Mazzocco, Shazia Moola, Carmeni Bester, Sudasha Naidoo, Nita Ranchod, Sharoda Rapeti, Ruwayda Redfearn, Li,esjmee Bigwandeen, Thrisha Soni, Kavita Vanmali, Arun Mappilaparambil Babu, Pramesh Bhana, Yusaf Bhula, Mohamed Saleem Cassim, Lallchand Dharamlall, Abubakr Essack, Mohammed Ferhet Gause, Praveck Geeanpersadh, Shaunapragasen Govender, Wesley Nallan Govender, Trushar Kalan, Shahil Manilal Kanjee, Haroon Ahmed Loonat, Thegarajan Marriday, Hoosain Mayet, Gitesh Baloobhai Mistry, Reshagan Angamuthoo Moodley, Dinesh Munu, Magendren Naidoo, Prashanth Naidoo, Sumendra Naidoo, Muhammad Taahir Osman, Riaz Anver Ebrahim Osman, Karthigasen Pillay, Thiruvasan Paranthaman Pillay, Sudheer Ishwarlal Rajcoomar, Kamal Singh Ramsingh, Mohammed Yacoob Shaikh, Navin Sing, Shamal Sivasanker, Chetan Chhagan Vaghela, Ismail Vawda, Bernadette Marie Abbott, Anneke Andrews, Chetan Chhagan Vaghela, Penelope Binnie, Anne Wilhelmina Casey, Jean Adrianne Cooper, Hildegarde Cronje, Christina Petronella Dippenaar, Leana du Plessis, Liezl du Plessis, Cathryn Robyn Emslie, Jennifer Lynn Erskine, Kerry-Anne Forster, Cathy Ann Gibson, Jolandi Grace, Igna Gray, Leonie Henderson, Karin Lynn Hodson, Gillian Elizabeth Hofmeyer, Candice Holland, Camilla Howard-Browne, Claire Frances Hoy, Zuleka Jasper, Diana Fernandes Jorge, Glen Suzanne Krynauw, Anne-Marie Liebenberg, Helena Sevasti Martins, Caarke Nel, Shelly Joy Nelson, Kim Peddie, Corinne Leigh Ringwood, Stephanie Louise Ronander, Annemarie Schroeder, Hermine Smit, Wendy Ann Smith, Catherine Elizabeth Stretton, Ashleigh Pauline Theophanides, Michele Nicola Townsend, Meredith van den Barselaar, Claudette van der Merwe, Suzanne van der Merwe, Ronel van Graan, Louise Vosloo, Lesley Karin Wallace, Jaqueline Wiezbowshi, Angelique Worms, Valter Domingos Adao, Coenrad Johannes Alberts, Marius Nicholas Alberts, Marc James Anley, Reinhard Hanns Arndt, Marcus Emmanuel Bardopoulos, Luke Geoffrey Vermaak Barlow, Christoper Lawrence Beneke, Graeme Micheal Berry, Johannes Marthinus Bierman, Kevin William Black, Antonie Johannes Jurgens Botes, Xavier Botha, Guy Campbell Brazier, Allan William Brown, Trevor Johathan Brown, Matthys Johannes Bruwer, Francois Alewyn Burger, Roy Charlton Campbell, Sebastian Benedikt Field Carter, Mark Antony Casey, Dean Aubrey Chivers, Newton Conradie Cockcroft, Michael John Comber, Lester Peter Cotten, Daniel Francois Crowther, Martyd John Davies, Graham David Dawes, Jurie Hendrik Wessels de Kock, Lino Ascensao de Ponte, Leonard Alexander de Rooij, Andre Juan Dennis, Trevor Austin Derwin, Murray Glenn Dicks, Ryan Lee Dogon, Michael Wilfred Du Toit, Akiva Ehrlich, Jacobus Adriaan Eksteen, Johannes Erasmus, Mark Alexander Freer, Bester Ebersohn Greyling, Mark Johathan Harrison, Mark Hugh Holme, Neville Patrick Hounsom, Michael John Jarvis, Mark Gerard Joseph, Beyers Gideon Joubert, William Edward Joubert, Andrew Robertson Kilpatrick, Wiebe Klaassen, Patrick Michael Kleb, Dirk Albertus Kotze, Geoffrey Brian Kroon.

   
   
   

Desto Pty Ltd

Hendrika Johanna Meyer, Marthinus Jacobus Meyer

Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs

Mziwozuko Mgudlwa, Chevan Daniels, Ilse du Plessis, Alexandre Filipe Morgado Ferreira, Senzo lloyd Mbatha, Nicola Hazel Nolan, Leonard Joseph Bilchitz, Theo Buchler, Julia Suzana Andrade Ferraz-Cardoso, James Thomas Peter Haydock, Johannes Daneel Loubser, Elizabeth Louw, Brian George Patterson, Gaelyn Clare Scott, Andre Willem Symington, Clinton van Loggerenberg, Ross John Alcock, Justin Balkin, Peter John Dachs, Mohamed Sajid Darsot, Paul Vivian Descroizilles, Hanneke Farrand, Joao Bernardino Andrade Ferraz, Robert Mendel Gad, Mark John Garden, Michael Warren Gradidge, Stuart William Harrison, Susan Beth Hayes, Lawrence Helman, Adriaan Cornelis Hoeben, Doron Joffe, Sanjay Kassen, Michael Mervyn, Leonard Charles Katz, Jocelyn Katz, Juliette Marion de Hutton, Eric Smith, Sean Craig Lederman, Stephen Barry Levetan, Natalia Dos Santos Lopes, Khuzamula Witness Makhubele, George Frederik Malan, Kevin Markman, Yonit Ariella Mendelsohn, Matthew George Morrison, Gary James Oertel, Jacobus Petrus Pretorius, Philippa Reyburn, Roger Brian Rudolph, Nicolette Smit, Hester Madgalena Snyckers, Robyn Tanya Stein, Joson Michael Valkin, Vanessa Louise van Coppenhagen, George Morrison van Niekerk, Jan Daniel Viviers, Stephen Robert von Schirnding, Hermann Wessels, Cecil Leon Wulfsohn, John Michael Zieff, Edwin Ellis, Motleu Douglas Molepo, Julius Theodore Oosthuizen, Bradley jason Serebro, Deborah Helen Carmichael, Armando de Sousa Aguiar, Philip Franz Lothar Geromont, Modisaotsile William Matlou, Anthony John Louis Norton, Irvin Bradley Wayne Lawrence, Catherine Vivien Pitman, Marthinus Theunis Steyn, Kaanit Abarder, Lloyd Christie, Zahida Ebrahim, Shafeeka Hartley, Helyn Margaret Herholdt, Deon Mark Lambert, Antony Lee, Michael Sinclair Tucker, Rowan Ian Forster, Derek Andrew Wanblad, Andrew Francis Bembridge, Loren Tibshraeny, Len Vorster, Sasha Singh, Suemeya Essack Mahomed Hanif, Itayi Daniel Gwaunza, Hendrik Belsazar Senekal, Vusimuzi Magubane, Jason Rusch, Derushka Chetty, Dion Harry Masher, Darren Band, Gordon William Reid, Ian Keith Hayes, Lydia Shadrach-Razzino, Paul Alan Winer, Willem Petrus le Roux, Kirsty Leigh Simpson, Pieter Gabriel Hendrik Colyn, Celeste Lynne Coles, Ridwaan Boda, Isaac Phayane Fenyane, Pareen Rogers, Richardt van Rensburg, Ruan Goodman, Willem Schalk Burger van der Colff, Elsie Audrey Johnson, Andries Johannes Myburgh, Timothy Mark Desmond, Lorica Elferink, Jessica Lee Blumenthal, Leigh Sedice, Fritz Dieter Schulz, Warren Ross Hendricks, Racheal Nantale Sikwane, Zeyn Bhyat, Tiaan Francois de Wit, Carlyn Brittany Frittelli, Lee-Ann Fiona Hopley, Adam Lombard, Lisa May Melis, Kumeshnie Naidoo, Lauren Jill Peterson, Balindile Theodorah Samkelisiwe, Waldo Steyn, Brian Peter Lee Jennings, Isaivan Naidoo, Lebusa Meso, Nkosingiphile Bhekumuzi Knoza, Deon Beachen, Ntlhane Josiah Lehlogonolo, Manisha Bugwandeen, Carmen Irene Gers, Kristel van Rensburg, Nzame-Bulungisa Ntembeko Qokweni, Nontsikelelo Adonisi-Kgame, Joseph Mothibi, Wilmari Strachan, Wade Jermaine Graaff, Sanushka Chetty, Tyla Foster, Heinrich Meiring, Michelle Smit, Tracey-Jane van Wyk, Letitia Field, Era Cecilia Gunning, Gerhardt Ehlers, Venetia Melissa Govender, Raashmi Myuri Govender, Monique Maree, Vusumuzi Sakhile Mathebula, Wandile Veronica Ndabambi, Megan Rossouw, Bradley Browne, Kelle Elizabeth Gagne, Melanie le Roux

Eighty Twenty Consulting (Pty)Ltd

Andrew Kerr Fulton, Steven Edward Burnstone, William Kirsh, Isaac Kirsh, Peter Ressell

   

EOH Abantu

John William King, Zunaid Mayet

ESOH Consulting Cc

Vinolia Rikhotso, Joseph Esoh Bezeng

Exactitude Consulting (Pty) Ltd

Clinton van Winkel, Penelope Moerane, Hermanus Adriaan Lombard

Exponant (Pty) Ltd

Leon Truter, Sibusiso Henry Maphatiane, Raynard van Nieuwenhuizen, Thys Tjaart Fourie, Philippus Rudolph de Wet, Sheilla Mlalazi, Selvan Naidoo, Nomsa Olivia Nteleko, Valerie Megasperee Naidoo, Ashley Kenneth Pillay,

   
   
   

Fanyana Ntuli Trading Cc

Leanett Fanyana Ntuli

Finmark Trust

Pakeereesamy Prega Ramsany, Cassim Coovadia, Ethel Gothatamodimo Matenge-Sebesho, Ishmael Mkhabela, Esau Nebwe

Genesis Analytics

Stephanus van Niekerk Malherbe, Richard Peter Tom Ketley, James William Hodge

GJ Cronje Consulting & Management

Gysbert Johannes Cronje, Karin Louise Cronje

Gobodo Forensic And Investigative Accounting Pty Ltd

Mareasele John Peter Mokae, Grant Buchler, Alberto Torres

H&P IT Empowerment (Pty)Ltd

Harold Mathabethe, Lodewikus Andries van der Merwe

HR Computek

Harry Tremorio Chakhala

ICD Consultancy

Thabang Simon Motshopi, Clemence Chiduwa

ID1 Consulting Projects

James Sydney de Jager

Infinitum Software Solutions Pty Ltd

Jan Hendrik Kruger, Hendrik Marthinus Daniel Underhay, Emmett Anderssen du Toit

   

Infobuild

Twanette Ann Jurd, Johan Nicolaas Jurd, Lauriane Stamer, Johannes Wilhelmus Louw de Preez, Jethro Lloyd Funck, Clayton Erick Peacock, Mashilo Refilwe Motia, Dina Nontuthumbo Saleni

Institute for Performance Management

Gerfina Johanna Rossouw Janse van Rensburg, Hector Makhubele

Jumpco (Pty) Ltd

Edgar Noel Maistry, Graham Bruce Bingham, John Stephen Mahony

Kanagamurthi Reddy

Kanagamurthi Reddy

Koor Dindar Mothei Gauteng (Pty) Ltd

Riaz Koor, Yusuf Mahomed Iqbal Dindar, Aslam Dukander, Ismail Agjee, Bonakelo Kenneth Mothei, Zenobia Dasoo, Allimia Ismail Koor, Moonira Bagum Koor, Tariq koor, Numan Koor, Luqman Koor, Aadilla Dindar, Adnaan Dindar, Tasneem Dindar, Imaan Dindar

KPMG Services (Pty) Ltd

Alan Dax Barr, Alison Elizabeth Margaret Beck, Edward Albert Belstead, Anthony Barry Berrange, Naresh Nresee Bhoola, John ronald Bowen, Yusuf Mahomed Abed, Carol Batchelor, Maria Magdalena De Wet, Marcelle Fouche, Kobus Henning, Bronvin Roy Heuvel, Abraham Venter Labuschagne, Jacob Le Roux, Maylee Deidre Lubbe, Antoinette Malherbe, Henning Johannes Opperman, Stefanus Christiaan Smith, Aspasia Anastasia Vaidanis, Roy Arthur Waligora, Heather Jean Berrange, Ahmed Bulbulia, Pierre Johannes Conradie, Mark Anthony Craddock, Paul Mark Daly, Jawaharlal Datadin, Frederik Anton De Bruyn, Sergio Luis Santos De Castro, Johannes Lodewikus De La Rey, Gavin Leslie De Lange, Gerhardus Dixon, Henry Visser Du Plessis, Devon Clive Duffield, Michael George Evans, Alan Brett Field, Dawid Jacobus Fouche, Pierre Fourie, Riana Fourie, Daniel Jacobus Fourie, Louis Pierre Fourie, Irma Fourie, Dean Friedman, Gavin Cecil Gainsford, Zaharati Roula Hadjipaschalis, Mahommed Hassan, Johan Heydenrych, Glenn HO, Marl Cecil Anthony Hoffman, Diana Jean Saunders, Kerry Claire Jenkins, Narvindchand Lala Keshav, Riaan Dalton Kok, Gabriel Stephanus Kolbe, Paresh Amratlal Hira Lalla, Mpheduseni Edson Magondo, Heinrich Mans, John Alistair Martin, Nichola John Matthews, John Scott MC Intosh, Tracy Ann Middlemiss, Andreas Bartholomeus Meyburgh, Walter Robert Carrington Palk, Gary Frederick Parker, Gary Mark Pickering, Ockert pornelius Potgieter, David Stratfold Read, Gordon francis Richardson, Steven Grant Robinson, Tersia Rossouw, John Michael Saker, Richard John David Samson, Johannes Christoffel Scheepers, De Buys Scott, Jan Scheltema (Johan) Smith, Ashley Magnus Smith, Nicolas Harry Southon, Garry Graham Stanier, Ron Eugene Stuart, Dwight Domenque Thompson, Gary Thompson, Shaun Van Den Boogaard, Alwyn willem Van Der Lith, Jeremy Richard Van Niekerk, Cornelis Van Niekerk, Cornelius Jacobus Venter, Jan Vliegenthart, Friedrich Hans Carl Freiherr Von Eckardstein, Dean Ivan Wallace, Warren Watkins, Mandy lynn Watson, Vanessa tracy Mans, Coenraad Hendrik Basson, Tanya Engels, Carolyn Boudina Chambers, Makgotso Letsitsi, Ugendran Moodley, Boitumelo Motumiseng Ngutshane, Jaques Johannes Pienaar, Heidi Volschenk, Kashmira Bhana, Martin Chvostek, Hanlie Dennis, Ivan Minnaar Engeles, Clasina Sophia Erasmus, Joelene Nicolette Perce, Imraan Jeewa, Eugene Quentin Pfister, Gary Martin Simms, Granville Craig Cole Smith, Tara-Lynn Smith, Oswold Theodore Wentworth, Abraham johannes Joubert Botha, Terence Grant Cheadle, Farouk Ebrahim, Nosisa Fubu, Alida louise Jordaan, Neil Gregory Morris, Marlene Pappas, Thinlemony Pather, Willem Sterrenberg Pretorius, Maureen senekal, Lance Maurice September, Mphikma Alfred Sithole, frans Jacobus Trigaardt, Antonio Miguel Gomes De Almeida Vicente, Tanja Ferreira, Modise Ishmael Maseng, Yasmeen Suliman, Zola Aubrey Beseti, Mark George Gardner Danckwerts, Zohra De Villiers, Nhlamulo Marcia Dlomu, Shamit Givind, Thomas Carel Gouws, Daniel Timothy Hooijer, Mohammed Younus Jada, Cuma Limekaya, Thato Matome Malakalaka, Farzanah Mall, Wayne Gerald Elton Pretorius, Neo Frangeni Shabalala, Delarey Kanfer, Riegert Gerhardus Stoltz, Premilla Devi Naidoo, Michael Grant Fortmann, Madelein Van Zyl, Kgomotso Vernon Monnakgotla, Malcolm Robert Jewell, Sipho Ndaba, Olivia Maria Makhetha, Heather Tracy De Jongh, Justin Michael Chait, Omera hylda Naiker, Werner Roetz, Kevin Shawn Hoff, Mahomed Riaz Muradmia, Heather Carswell, Candice Lee-Andra Padayachee, Heidi Lyn Streicher, Keshava Manosivan Naidu, Zaheer Wadee, Neelan Jina, Andrew Joseph Mckeaveney, Yacoob Jaffar, Vian Strydom, Melissa Joyce Duffy, Kamban Vythilingum, Giuseppina Aragona, Carel Albert Tecumseh Smit, Anthony Hugh Graham Wright, Pierre Johan Jacobs, Carmen Botha, Shirley Ivason-Wagener, Pieter Roy Naude, Bavhana Govender, Matsobane Frans Tleana, Safeera Mahomed Khan, Tamara Carol Isaacs, Lumkile Wiseman Nkhuhlu, Anna Francina Ramalho, Melanie Miller, Erina cooper, Mapoteng Ferdinand Mashaba, Martin John Vipond, Maria Van Der Valk, Jared Lyndon Mitri, Shandhir Anand Lachman, Nishen Bikhani, Derek John Vice, Shaaheen Tar-Mahomed, Breanda Koliwe Pumeza Jajula,

   

Limco Qs Arbitration And Project Management

Elre Van Der Walt

Manto Management (Pty) Ltd 

John Gary Moonsammy

   

Mark Manley Associates

Mark Stevens Manley

Mckinsey Incorporated

Veronica Nomfanelo Magwentshu, Prakash Parbhoo, Georges Jean Pierre Desvaux, Tebogo Mapula Skwambane,

MJ Acres Computer Consultants

Not registered on the Central Supplier Database.

MJ Mafunisa Consulting Pty Ltd

John Mutuwafhetu Mafunisa

Mogwariepa Consulting Cc

Peter John Klynhans

Mubesko Africa (Pty) Ltd

Iaan gregory Morris, Martina De Kock, Nico johan De Cock, Russell Bryan Dick, Dylan Lester Strydom,

Nexus Forensic Services Pty Ltd

Werner bouwer, Francois Johannes Labuschagne, Mary-Anne Lizette Whittles

Ngubane and Company (Johannesburg) Inc

Zepi Thomas Brian Nkomo, Ephraem Sibanda, Nqabisa Ravele, Shaheen Mohamed Jogee, Marble Marvel Ndlovu, Edwin Tinashe Chapanduka, Nomathamsanqa Langelihle Ashom,

Nkonki Incorporated

Mitesh Mohanlal Patel, Thuto Margaret Masasa, Mzintsha Vizia Nkonki, Brian Mungofa, Nyarai Gamuchirai Margaret Muzarewetu, Kiran Bhika, Steven Ronald Firer, Sangeeta Ishwarlal Kallen, Yongama Madolo, Thetele Emmarancia Mashilwane, Ahmed mohammed Pandor

Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc

Carina Van Vuuren, Shawn barnett, Zaida Sadrudine Kathrada, Murray Hudson Alexander, Gerrit Gauche Bouwer, Patrick Alan Bracher, Anthony John Chappel, Kevin Richard Cron, Michael Otto Dale, Brian Michael Denny, Alastair George Spencer Dixon, Jeffrey Maurice Kron, andrew Peter Moncrieff Robinson, Andrew Kenneth Strachan, Craig Woolley, Hugh Ian Bisset, Rohan Barry Isaacs, Malcom Charles Hartwell, Ross donald Ernest Lomax, Harmina Jeanette Janse Van Rensburg, Maria Mijatovic, Loris Rech, Marelise Van Der Westhuizen, Sibusiso William Mavela Gule, Aslam Abdul Samad Moosajee, Andre Pieter Vos, Liesel Kok, David Simon Kapelus, Jacqueline Ellen Midlane, Mohamed Chavoos, Elizabeth Johanna MC Caul, Karen Ainslie, Brent Etienne Botha, Pieter Hugo Niehaus, Likonelo Magagula, Georg Carl Kahle, Rosalind Elizabeth Lake, Sandra Sithole, Vanashree David, Stephen Leonard Chemaly, Christiana Costas, Sandile Senzo Khoza, Ismail Saied Hanif Laher, Christina Johanna Pretorius, Jason Glen Van Dijk, Douglas Spence Tatham, Lize Nadine Louw, Daniel Laurence MC Connell, Lizel Oberholzer, Deniro ravikumaran Pillay, Gary MacDonald Rademeyer, Verushka Reddy, Desiree Reddy, Caroline Katarina Theodosiou, Liesl Erica Williams, Johathan Jones, Stephen James Kenndy Good, Lee Anthony Astfalck, Wilhelmina Petronella Le Roux, Gregory Antony Nott, Heather Leigh Manson, Mark Philip Griffiths, Thato Reuben Seroto, Anton Pierre Schelhase, Lauren Fine, Andrea Patricia Keller, Jason John Whyte, Riccardo Peter Petersen, Raynold Tlhavani, Peter Edgcumbe Lamb, Daniel Robert Breier, Malibuye Dumani Cossie, Nicki-Ann Van't Riet, Richard Andrew De La Harpe, Isla Swart, Michael Bruce Mclaren

Oxford Policy Management Limited

Simon Paul Crisp Hunt, Kevin Carr

PGE Brook

Not registered on the Central Supplier Database.

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Stefan Maria Henri Beyers, Alexandra Muller, Johannes Jesaias Grove, Chantal Marais Roux, Chumani Sizwe Masondo, Tanya Rae, Deon Storm, Cornelis Tertius Van dijk, Zuhdi Abrahams, Lorka Kay Hayman, Brett Stephen Humphreys, Hendrik Jacobus Jansen Van Rensburg, Andrew Graham Taylor, Constantinos Natsaa, Gert Allen, Nezira Ayob, Steven Gayton Ball, John Paul Bennett, Tom Blok, Hein Boegman, Chris Jacobus Bredenhann, Isak Buys, BrendanMichael Deegan, Chantel Van Den Heever, Charles G De Wet, Nicolaas Hendrik Doman, JAmes Hart De Preez, Charl Petrus Du Toit, Anton Esterhuizen, Jacques Eybers, Desmond Robert Peter Fourie, Martha Maria Crafford, Ebenezer Johannes Gerryts, Hemant Narsai Govind, Johannes Friedrich Wilhelm Grosskopf, Stephanuss Grove, Cornelius Jocobus Hertzog , Pieter Constant Hough, Kishore Nagar Kooverjee, Charlotte Fay Lane, Jocobus Gideon Shin Louw, Daniel Gerhardus Malan, Peter Graeme MC Crystal, Pule Joseph Mothibe, Vasiliki Spirou Myburgh, Berno Waldemar Niebuhr, Hendrik Petrus Odendaal, Andries Johannes Oosthuizen, Rajainlall Dhanlall, Jan Frederik Daniel Labuschagne, Nishan Kemraj Pershad, Andrea Franco Puggia, Binesh Kumar Rajkaran, Navin Ramlagan, Harish Ramsumer, Johannes Lodewikus Roos, Louis Rossouw, Gerald Michael Seegers, Anita Stemmet, Louis strydom, Mark Henry Telfer, Fulvio Tonelli, Johannes Nicolaas Boshoff, Philip Johan Muller, Stefanus Beyers Botha, Etienne Van Niekerk, Jean-Pierre Van Staden, Simon Lawrence Venables, Linda Voges, Corlia Volschenk, Frans Hermanus Stephannus Weilbach, Anton Wentzel, Craig Richard West, Trevor Sean White, Verwey Wiese, John louis Wilinson, Millicent Loretta Williams, Hugo Zeelie, Hermanus Barend Zulch, Malcolm Neil Campbell, Ahmed Ebrahim Chohan, Leon De Wet, Alsue De Preez, Petrus Johannes Eksteen, Nicholas Johannes Ganz, Thomas Jacobus Howatt, Jean Anton Hugo, Rodney Duane Klute, Jakobus Frederick Michal Kotze, Shirley Livhuwani Machaba, Thomas Magill, Michael Meyer, Victor Muguto, Johan Potgieter, Frans frederik Prinsloo, Paul Phillip Prinsloo, Sharalene Francine Randelhoff, Johan Rudolph Van Huyssteen, Tertius Scholtz Bruwer, Kali Joseph Dikana, Jan Marthinus Groenewald, Marthinus Christof Hamman, Jacqueline Mary Mauer, Osman Mollagee, Kevan Moodley, Ian Olls, Peta-lynn Pope, Keeran Ramnarian, Andries jacobus Rossouw, Gert Odendaal, Keith David Ackerman, Duncan Andriaans, Jorge Manuel Goncalves, Ranesh Premlall Hariparsad, Nicolette Algene Jocobs, Francois Johannes Kruger, Mogamat Tape Marlie, Megandra Naidoo, Coenraad Richardson, Tebogo Dion Shango, Zubair Wadee, Pieter jacobus Crafford, Angus Virgill Du Preez, Viresh Parhotam Harri, Matthew David George Human, Suleman Haroon Jhavary, Dilshad Khalfey, Paul John liedeman, Kyle Eric Mandy, Jayshila Ramanlal Mistri, Asanda Myataza, Nqaba Ndiweni, Sibabalwe Nangamso Madikane, Bhimchand Soorajdin, Ndivhuwo Vincent Tshikhovhokhovho, Marthinus Jacobus Van Tonder, Sunette Williams, Pietro Calicchio, Gert Petrus Coetzee, Irwin Tech Lim AH Tock, Clinton Joseph Mitchelson, Ashwanth Rathan, Jacqueline Rossouw, Ryan david Stanham, Dewald Theo Van Den Berg, Pieter Du Preez Vermeulen, Irene Dulcie Allen, Brendan Stuart Carshagen, Barend Stephanus Eicker, Ryan Jethro Rodkin, Andrew John Calderwood Dale, Gary Berchowitz, Arno Van Wyk Bester, Karen Classen, Dawid De Jager, Shane Murugen, Robert Alexander Oudhof, Taruna Naidoo, Charl Du Toit, Busisiwe Sharon Mathe, Roshan Ramdhany, Solomon Pienaar Zietsman, Ncedisizwe Baba Thabang Mtetwa, Ebrahim Ahmed Saeed Mulla, Jabulani Steven Masondo, Julanie Basson, Yusuf Bismilla, Melanie Fivaz, dirk Hendrik Holl, Zulfah Solomons, Shenaaz Peer, Alwina Brand, Philani Jetro Maphanga, Muhammad ebrahim Chohan, Werner De Bruin, Craig Du Plessis, Shiraz Hassim, Nthato Makhetha, Alinah Maqueen Motaung, Martin Donald Siemers, Matome Anastacia Tshsane, Denis Balthasar Von Hoesslin, Herman Badenhorst Eksteen, Luyanda Mngadi, Maserame Marcia Mokone, Jacques Ettienne Muller, Fatima Rajah, Ricardo Jose Correia Rosa, Deaon Sarel Heydenrych, Gino Earl Fraser, Pravitha Deonarain, Lihor libero Spazzoli, Jayne Carol Rushton, GFrans Jacobus Murray, Wayne Errol Jansen, Wean Strydom, Ryan theophilus Adrew, erasmus Petrus Vermaak Bergh, Roeloff Alexander Botha, Jakobus Renier De Villiers, Renitha Koosialee, Mogamat Rashaad Fortune, Richard JAmes jocobs, Maria Sophia Labuschagne, Rika Mare labuschaigne, Laetitia Hough Le roux, Linda Pieterse, Langanani Mmbaiseni Rashamuse, Charles Alistair Stuart, Sharon Taylor, Natalie Terblanche

   
   
   

Procurement Dynamics Pty Ltd

Tjiamogale eric Manchidi

   

Rede Engineering & Management Solutions

Leslie Van Zyl-Smit, David Pieter Van Der Westhuijzen, Christiaan Francois Theron, pozisa Shumikazi Nkunzi, Johannes Hendricus Coetzee, Endlane Ashley Nyambi, Mpafana Deyi

   

Regenesys Management Pty Ltd

Marko Saravanja, Penelope Karen Law, William Tonas Vivian, Lebogang Reginald Kamohi, Sibongiseni Daniel Kumalo, Wayne Song, Richa Arora, Tshilidzi Ronald Nemukula

Revworth Management Consultants Cc

David Reevell

S24 Business Group (Pty) Ltd

Casisa Mutisi

SBDS Construction Consultants Pty Ltd

Leonardus Jacobus Messerschmidt, Stuart John Williamson

Sekela Xabiso (Pty) Ltd

Lindani Lorna Dhlamini, Pulafela Raymond Mokgalagadi, Zolile Abel Dlamini, Tlamelo Joshua Ramantsi, Thato Mahlamvu, Immaculate Balungile Phili, Zoliswa Portia Ntombela

Siyakha Quantity Surveyors (Pty) Ltd

John Bernard Dill, Timothy Mohlalefi Madisha, Joseph Sauders, Anet Nagel

Sizwe Africa IT Group Pty Ltd

Stephen phillip Naude, Hanno Van Dyk, Vukile charles Mehana, Sibongile Patricia Radebe, Minderd Spoelstra, Chih-Hsing Kan, Geraldine Melita Mokgethi

SizweNtsalubaGobodo Advisory(Pty) Ltd

Cynthia Ntombeningi Mbili, Altaf Fajandar, Darshen Govender, Alexandros Philippou, Natalie Roseline Arendse, Pieter Ignatius Du Plessis De Villiers, Pravesh Hiralall, Suleman Yusuf Lockhat, Dumisani Herbert Manana, Neridha Moodley, Selvin Dhanasagaran Moodley, Aaron Buyiswa Mthimunye, Mxolisi Wiseman Mthimkhulu, Anooshkumar Rooplal, Don Luthando Saunders, Victor Masitha Sekese, Nhlanhla Mfundo Sigasa, Donovan Andre Simpson, Pudula Collins Mashishi, Nkanyiso Percival Ngobese, Ronald Ncube,Agnes Gomolemo Dire, Yvonne Kgoedi, Nditsheni Dylan Tshithavhani, Lourenz Josephus De Jager, Dirk Johannes Fouche, Gulam Mohammed Hafiz, Pontsho Rethabiseng Nyathi, Ntshikelelo Mzamane, Adebukola Mutiat Adewuyi, Gerdileen Taylor, KhanyisaCingo, Yugendrin Pillay, Fana Allboy Manana, Mnwana Remington Kambule, Godfrey Itumeleng Serithi, Kudakwashe Charandura, Alfred Tawanda Sambaza, Azwinndini Stanley Magadani, Tumelo Tsotetsi, Deepak Dalpat Nagar, Ahmed Timol, Ebrahim Youssuf Lakhi, Robin Levisohn, Catherine Mae Tillard, Johannes Cornelus Blignaut, Ntokozo Busisiwe Mojapelo, Nico Costas Kryiancous, Phillipa Symington, Cornelis Van Niekerk

SMEC South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Nakedi Mathews phosa, Kresen Manicum, Tumelo Molope, Nyameka Mqikela, Konstantinos Rontris, Sri Hari Poologasundram

Soma Initiative

Douglas Carl Baard, Christopher David Shone, Lee-Ann Gloria Hector

String Communication Cc

Sarah Lucy Hetherington, Katharine Mary Mckenzie, Nishendra Moodley

TMDG Consulting Pty Ltd

Hastings Tambo

Tshepega Engineering (Pty) Ltd

Gerrit Jacobus Jordaan

Tsubila Business Solutions Cc

Sebonyane Paul Theletsane

University Of Cape Town

Rohithall Dharamdev

University Of Johannesburg

Jacobus Andries Van Schoor

Waldo Consultants Cc

Marirtjie Badenhorst,

Yasmin Coovadia Development Consulting Pty Ltd

Yasmin Yusuf Coovadia

Young Blood Consultants

Patrick Dennis Wilson, Johannes Hendrik Janse van Renburg

Zenande Leadership (Pty) Ltd

Pamela Bulelwa Yako, Ziyanda Yako, Sandiswa Sweetness Yako

ZN Mncwango

Nhlanhla Zanele Mncwango

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Lees, Mr RA to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether the (a) foreign borrowing limits, (b) further foreign borrowing limits, (c) domestic borrowing limits and (d) further domestic borrowing limits were granted to any public entity (i) in the 2017-18 financial year and (ii) since 1 April 2018; if not, in each specified case, why not; if so, in each specified case, (aa) what is the name of the public entity, (bb) what was the value of the (aaa) foreign and/or domestic borrowing limit and (bbb) extension of the foreign and/or domestic borrowing limit and (cc) what is the current total foreign and/or domestic borrowing limit?

Reply:

(a), (b), (c) and (d)

In the 2017/18 financial year, foreign borrowing limits were granted to the Central Energy Fund (CEF), the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), Denel and Transnet.

  • CEF’s foreign borrowing limit was for R3 billion and this is set to expire in the 2021/22 financial year. The foreign borrowing limit was for the holding company and its subsidiaries for working capital purposes given the high working capital requirements of the industry.
  • DBSA’s foreign borrowing limit was for the entity to access more funds from foreign lenders to extend loans and advances in SA and the SADC region to execute its mandate of facilitating and supporting infrastructure development in Southern Africa. The amounts approved for the DBSA was R19.7 billion for the 2017/18 financial year, R22.6 billion for the 2018/19 financial year and R26 billion for the 2019/20 financial year.
  • Denel’s foreign borrowing limit was approved at R535.3 million for the 2017/18 financial year, with the amount reducing by R100 million every year. The limit is valid for 3 years from the 2017/18 financial year. The approval for a foreign borrowing limit for Denel was to allow the company’s subsidiary (Denel Aerostructures) to continue executing a major contract given the high working capital requirements of the project.
  • Transnet’s foreign borrowing limit was approved for 1 year up to 31 March 2019 for a total amount of R81 billion. The approval of the limit was to enable Transnet to execute its funding plan as proposed in its corporate plan to execute its market demand strategy, which entailed sourcing funds from domestic and foreign lenders.

Since 1 April 2018 up to 30 September 2018, Rand Water’s borrowing limit request (domestic and foreign) and Eskom’s foreign borrowing limit request were granted.

  • Rand Water’s borrowing limit was approved to accommodate the high capital expenditure requirements over the next three years, which will be funded through internally generated cash and borrowings. The approved limit for Rand Water was for R6.3 billion for the 2018/19 financial year, R8.3 billion for the 2019/20 financial year and R11.6 billion for the 2020/21 financial year.
  • Eskom’s foreign borrowing limit was granted to enable the company to raise debt for its capital expenditure programme and liquidity. Eskom’s foreign borrowing limit was granted for one financial year, expiring on 31 March 2019, for a total amount of R308 billion.

Since 1 April 2018, a borrowing authority and the corresponding limit was approved for the National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) for R450 million for the 2018/19 financial year, R351 million for the 2019/20 financial year and R331 million for the 2020/21 financial year. The application was approved for purposes of transferring liabilities (including borrowings) from the National Urban Reconstruction and Housing Agency (NURCHA) and the Rural Housing Loan Fund (RHLF) to NHFC to facilitate the merger of the three entities.

On 1 April 2018, South African Airways’ foreign borrowing limit request was rejected. In addition, Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority’s (TCTA) borrowing limit for a project was rejected.

  • SAA’s foreign borrowing limit was rejected due to the entity’s high debt levels, which are unsustainable. In the interest of prudent financial management, the request was reject. The amount requested was R18 billion.
  • TCTA’s request for a borrowing limit on one of its projects (Berg River-Voelvlei Augmentation Scheme (BRVAS)) was rejected on the basis that more work needed to be undertaken by both the TCTA and the Department of Water and Sanitation in respect of preparatory work and the due diligence. The two parties were encouraged to finalise the preparatory work for National Treasury to consider the application again. The amount requested was R581 million.

Total borrowing limits and authority granted that are applicable for the 2018/19 financial year amount to R620.44 billion (please note that the Minister of Finance is only required to approve foreign borrowing limits in terms of the PFMA).

18 December 2018 - NW2850

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Finance

(1)Whether the section 71 reports from any municipalities indicated that they had invested funds with VBS Mutual Bank, or any other mutual bank, prior to October 2016; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) in each case where such indications were found, was any action was taken by the National Treasury; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

1. Yes - As part of the quarterly Section 71 publications municipalities are required to submit the status of their investment register together with the detail of each investment made. These investment lists are published per municipality as part of the quarterly Section 71 results and can be accessed at:

http://mfma.treasury.gov.za/Media_Releases/s71/Pages/default.aspx

2. The Section 71 publication consists of the financial and conditional grant information of 257 municipalities. The publication also covers 21 different conditional grants and additional information in different dimensions to cater for a wide variety of stakeholders such as Parliament, Municipal councils, lenders, rating agencies and the general public. With respect to investments, municipalities reported on 2 563 investment instruments with various banks.

While the National Treasury collects, consolidates and publishes quarterly summaries in various financial dimensions for all municipalities, in terms of Section 151(3) of the Constitution, the municipal council remains the final accountable institution. This is to ensure that the information reported is used for management purposes and account to the respective municipal councils.

Considering the amount of data lines reported, the investments associated with the VBS Mutual Bank got absorbed in the national aggregation process. Section 13 of the MFMA empowers the Minister of Finance to prescribe a framework within which municipalities may, amongst others, invest money not immediately required. Such a framework was provided in the Municipal Investment Regulations which sets out a list of permitted investments municipalities may invest municipal funds. In terms of Regulation 6, municipalities may invest funds only in banks registered in terms of the Banks Act. The Venda Building Society Mutual Bank (VBS) is not registered under the Banks Act of 1990, it was never envisaged that municipalities (Municipal managers and CFOs) would deliberately break the law in their choices of where they invest. To address this issue, the National Treasury has now, as part of the mSCOA reform improved the reporting on investment information to only be linked to registered banks aligned to Regulation 6.

14 December 2018 - NW3663

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Yako, Ms Y to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

What number of (a) nurses, (b) doctors, (c) social workers and (d) teachers have graduated from institutions of higher learning in each of the past five academic years?

Reply:

The table below reflects the number of nurses, doctors, social workers and teachers who graduated from public higher education institutions over the past five academic years.

Universities

Year

(a) Nurses

(b) Doctors

(c) Social Workers

(d) Teachers

2013

2 817

1 346

2 546

16 808

2014

3 157

1 170

2 787

19 124

2015

3 242

1 454

2 875

20 698

2016

2 801

1 496

3 200

22 150

2017

3 154

1 574

3 288

25 212

14 December 2018 - NW3743

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Wana, Ms T to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What are the reasons that a sign was put up for Mahabaneng Primary School at the abandoned Lebaka B Primary School site in Mohlabaneng in Limpopo?

Reply:

Lebaka B was built as an offshoot of Lebaka A where the school buildings were dilapidated and no longer hospitable. Security was engaged and the repairs were effected. There are plans afoot to bring in Gr R –Gr 3 to the school in January 2019. The original name was supposed to be Mahabaneng Primary School instead of Lebaka B but the name was not registered at EMIS.

14 December 2018 - NW3559

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Sport and Recreation

Whether she has been informed that the Vhembe Municipality in Limpopo has used R29 million to develop a sports facility and that the facility has to date not been developed allegedly due to irregularities at the VBS Bank; if not, (a) why not and (b) what steps will she take to rectify the situation; if so, what steps has she taken in this regard?NW4135E

Reply:

The matter had come to the attention of the Minister via media reports. It has to be pointed out that there is no legal requirement for the municipality to inform the Minister in respect of expenditures incurred on municipal accounts. Nevertheless the Minister had tasked the relevant Departmental officials to liaise with the Municipality and the Provincial Department of Sports and Recreation in Limpopo province to establish the facts on this matter and to recommend the appropriate action(s) to take. The engagements with the municipality are ongoing.


MS. T. XASA, MP

MINISTER OF SPORT AND RECREATION

DATE:

14 December 2018 - NW3515

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)What is the reason that public technical and vocational education and training colleges that offer qualifications from Level 2 to 4 deny entry to learners who graduate at Level 2 from skills schools and who wish to improve their qualifications beyond this level; (2) whether her department will be exploring options for such learners to be able to improve their skills and formal qualifications at public institutions; if so, (a) what would be required of such an exploratory study and (b) by what date does she expect to report regarding her findings in this regard; (3) whether she will be engaging with both the Department of Basic Education and her department in order to create a learning pathway in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) what options are there currently for such learners to improve their formal qualifications on a full-time basis?

Reply:

1. Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges cannot deny access to students based on the fact that they come from skills schools. All students who apply to colleges must meet the institution’s admission criteria. Some applicants might not meet the academic criteria for their vocational or occupational programme of choice, because the skills schools are essentially special schools focussing on practical skills and do not offer NQF level 2 qualifications.

2. Where students do not meet the academic criteria, 45 TVET colleges will from
January 2019 offer the Pre-vocational Learning Programme (PLP), which is designed to strengthen the learning foundations of students who wish to study further in the vocational qualifications offered by the chosen college. This is a one-year programme comprising of Foundational Language, Foundational Mathematics, Foundational Science and Life Skills (which includes basic computer literacy). Such students may then ideally articulate into occupational qualifications offered at NQF levels 1 - 2, or even the National Certificate (Vocational) [NC(V)] if the learner is in a position to and wishes to pursue a broader vocational pathway.

(a) The Department is currently in the process of configuring the suite of programmes to be offered in the Community Education and Training (CET) colleges so that other options will be available to learners from skills schools. There are 25 skills schools in Gauteng and 22 in the Western Cape, while the other provinces have between 1 to 5 such schools. The Department will be requesting its Regional Managers to engage with Provincial Education Departments (PEDs) to link these schools to TVET and CET colleges so that opportunities for these students can be mapped out as a collaborative initiative.

9b) The process is in its early stages and therefore data cannot be provided at this stage.

3. Engagements with the Department of Basic Education are already underway on a number of programmes and qualifications affecting the two Departments. The overall intention is to create a comprehensive and integrated public education system, which addresses issues of duplication, as well as gaps in learning pathways.

4. Depending on the competencies of the learners from the skills school, they may access the NC(V) qualifications (if they have the equivalent of a Grade 9 or the General Education and Training Certificate for Adults), N1 programmes or NQF level 2 occupational qualifications offered in TVET colleges. They may gain access either directly or through the PLP programme. Colleges are required to administer baseline tests in language and Mathematics to make this determination.

14 December 2018 - NW3875

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Mokoena, Mr L to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

What are the details of the support that his Department offers to South African authors?

Reply:

My department has a unit which deals with Books and Publishing, focusing on promoting a culture of reading, writing and developing authors, supporting initiatives that provide public platforms for authors working with the book sector stakeholders including authors to engender wider audiences for South African literature and enhance the development of a dynamic book sector.

The Department provides funding to individuals, institutions, community groups and organizations, including literature. It also provides financial support for creative writing including biographies and autobiographies. In addition, in the case of international partnerships, funds are allocated to authors to travel to international literary events and attend international Book Fairs and Festivals. 

The Department in partnership with the South African Literary Awards, pays tribute to South African authors who have distinguished themselves as ground-breaking producers and creators of literature. The Department is further committed  to financially supporting activities of the Writers Guild, the National Writers Association of South Africa, the African Women Writers Network, the Abantu Book Festival, the Mthatha Word Festival and National Book Week, the latter of which takes place in every September and is held in all Provinces. A campaign aimed at stimulating a reading and writing culture in all South African languages and to promote easy access to books.

The Department also provides support to the National Library of South Africa for the activities of the Centre for the Books as well as National Library Week activities and related publishing and literary initiatives including the Funda Mzantsi National Reading Competition which promotes reading among book clubs from all over the country. Together with the National Library, the Department is finalizing a strategy and programme of rolling out writing grants to aspiring writers and authors.

14 December 2018 - NW3520

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Kohler-Barnard, Ms D to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What is the total number of convictions secured in each province for the (a) possession, (b) sale, (c) manufacture and (d) use of drugs (i) in the (aa) 2014-15, (bb) 2015-16, (cc) 2016-17 and (dd) 2017-18 financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018?

Reply:

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development informed me that, according to the Integrated Case Management System (ICMS), the only reported matters are when a guilty verdict was imposed. The information is tabulated below according to each financial year.

A. 2014/15:

Region

Dealing with Drugs

Possession of Drugs

Total

Eastern Cape

932

5 709

6 641

Free State

368

1 983

2 351

Gauteng

978

7 216

8 194

Kwa-Zulu Natal

377

16 329

16 706

Limpopo

76

802

878

Mpumalanga

442

1 151

1 593

North West

123

450

573

Northern Cape

175

769

944

Western Cape

1 397

22 552

23 949

Grand Total

4 868

56 961

61 829

B. 2015/16:

Region

Allowing sale; use or possession of drugs on premises in contravention of any law

Dealing in Drugs

Possession or using a dependence-producing drug or plant

Possession/Use of Drugs

Total

Eastern Cape

30

654

8

5 169

5 861

Free State

1

179

3

2 204

2 387

Gauteng

4

540

 

5 546

6 090

Kwa-Zulu Natal

26

212

43

15 395

15 676

Limpopo

 

46

2

793

841

Mpumalanga

1

481

9

1 679

2 170

North West

2

72

2

440

516

Northern Cape

 

133

1

927

1 061

Western Cape

2

870

2

21 714

22 588

Grand Total

66

3 187

70

53 867

57 190

C. 2016/17:

Region

Dealing with Drugs

Possession or using a dependence-producing drug or plant

Possession/Use of Drugs

Total

Eastern Cape

287

1

3 092

3 380

Free State

201

 

1 040

1241

Gauteng

574

2

5 847

6 423

Kwa-Zulu Natal

526

9

11 018

11 553

Limpopo

67

1

786

854

Mpumalanga

442

1

1 568

2 011

North West

147

 

847

994

Northern Cape

118

 

386

504

Western Cape

530

7

13 406

13 943

Grand Total

2 892

21

37 990

40 903

D. 2017/18:

Region

Dealing in Drugs

Possession or Use of Drugs

Possession or using a dependence-producing drug or plant

Grand Total

Eastern Cape

395

3 952

8

4 355

Free State

235

1717

2

1 954

Gauteng

611

6 030

7

6 648

Kwa-Zulu Natal

515

13 067

54

13 636

Limpopo

45

721

1

767

Mpumalanga

522

1 558

3

2 083

North West

115

947

 

1 062

Northern Cape

141

737

 

878

Western Cape

567

16 954

31

17 552

Grand Total

3 146

45 683

106

48 935

E. 1 April 2018 – September 2018:

Region

Dealing with Drugs

Possession or Use of Drugs

Possession or using a dependence-producing drug or plant

Total

Eastern Cape

120

1 411

2

1 533

Free State

84

724

 

808

Gauteng

179

2 848

2

3 029

Kwa-Zulu Natal

92

4 924

46

5 062

Limpopo

21

216

 

237

Mpumalanga

164

560

1

725

North West

28

339

 

367

Northern Cape

33

295

1

329

Western Cape

209

5 970

28

6 207

Grand Total

930

17 287

80

18 297

14 December 2018 - NW3610

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Economic Development

What (a) number of forensic service providers did the Competition Commission appoint to assist with dawn raids since 1 April 2015, (b) is the name of each forensic service provider, (c) number of dawn raids did each service provider conduct and (d) was the cost to the Competition Commission in each case?

Reply:

The Competition Act provides for the Competition Commission to enter and search premises of persons who may have information relating to an investigation in terms of the Act. These enter and search actions by the Commission are a vital part of the gathering of information on prohibited actions, including participation in cartel activities, price fixing and tender rigging and they constitute a highly specialised activity and hence trust in a service provider is essential.

The Commission therefore relies on proven expertise as the results of such actions in the form of the evidence gathered that are subject to challenge and scrutiny by the courts. I have been advised that the Commission has been trying to increase the number of potential providers and has been bringing in other service providers to ensure that there is adequate expertise.

Of the 12 enter and search actions that have been undertaken since 1 April 2015, three have been referred to the Tribunal for prosecution. Nine of the 12 are still under investigation by the Commission. In the case against the Furniture Removals Companies, 25 of the 30 respondents have already settled with the Commission for a total of R15 069 172.

Since 2008, enter and search actions have contributed to successful cartel investigations which have resulted in R463 million in settlements and penalties imposed by the Competition Tribunal.

Since 1 April 2015, there are five (5) forensic service providers that have been utilised, namely:

  1. Century Technical Solutions (Pty) Ltd,
  2. Exactech (Pty) Ltd,
  3. Matlama Consulting (Pty) Ltd,
  4. eCybersystems (Pty) Ltd, and
  5. Itsamaya Consulting.

Prior to 1 April 2015, the Commission had used the services of Exactech (Pty) Ltd, Matlama Consulting (Pty) Ltd, Cyanre, Computer LAB and Forensic Investigation Recovery Management (Pty) Ltd. Currently Century Technical and Exactect are still the preferred providers, given their expertise, but the other service providers are building their capacity.

A total of 12 enter and search actions have been undertaken since 1 April 2015.

Of these 12, each service provider participated in the following:

  1. Century Technical Solutions (Pty) Ltd - 12 of the 12 enter and search actions
  2. Exactech (Pty) Ltd - 11 of the 12 enter and search actions
  3. Matlama Consulting (Pty) Ltd - 4 of the 12 enter and search actions
  4. eCybersystems (Pty) Ltd - 3 of the 12 enter and search actions, and
  5. Itsamaya Consulting - 1 of the 12 enter and search actions.

(d) The costs per enter and search action are as follows:

No.

Enter and search actions

Date of action

Service Provider/s

Cost to CC

Total per Raid

1

CC v Human Communications and Others

23 September 2015

Century Technical Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R275 700,00

R275 700.00

           

2

CC v Furniture Removal Companies

30 September 2015

Century Technical Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R3 693 086,00

R5 131 767.04

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R1 309 295,70

 
     

Matlama Consulting (Pty) Ltd

R129 385,44

 
           

3

CC v Totalgaz and Others

14 October 2015

Century Technical Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R397 176,00

R933 417.83

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R10 486,83

 
     

Matlama Consulting (Pty) Ltd

R525 755,00

 
           

4

CC v Glassfit and Others

23 March 2016

Century Technical Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R2 690 273,01

R4 747 743.30

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R1 016 679,60

 
     

Matlama Consulting (Pty) Ltd

R1 040 790,69

 
           

5

CC v PG Bison and Sonae

31 March 2016

Century Technical Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R2 225 250,00

R3 326 335.06

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R1 101 085,60

 
           

6

CC v Mpact and Others

26 May 2016

Century Technical Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R1 005 700,00

R1 583 149.93

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R341 114,20

 
     

Matlama Consulting (Pty) Ltd

R236 335,73

 
           

7

CC v Maersk and Others

28 September 2016

Century Technical Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R1 917 956,00

R4 130 992.54

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R2 213 036,54

 
           

8

CC v Wilmar Continental Edible Oils and Fats (Pty) Ltd & Others

08 December 2016

Century Technical Solutions (Pty Ltd

R1 619 004,00

R3 017 837.08

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R1 398 833,08

 
           

9

CC v Fresh Produce Market Agents

23 March 2017

Century Technical Solutions (Pty Ltd

R3 496 379,78

R8 966 439.38

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R5 470 059,60

 
           

10

CC v Feedlots Association of South Africa and its Members

14 June 2017

Century Technical Solutions (Pty Ltd

R4 504 140,00

R11 574 533.60

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R3 693 011,60

 
     

eCybersystems (Pty) Ltd

R3 377 382,00

 
           

11

CC v Automatic Sprinkler Inspection Bureau and its Members

03 August 2017

Century Technical Solutions (Pty Ltd

R5 487 504,00

R12 374 792.49

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R1 975 524,00

 
     

eCybersystems (Pty) Ltd

R4 777 680,00

 
     

Itsamaya Consulting

R134 084,49

 
           

12

CC v Altech UEC South Africa (Pty) Ltd and Others

16 November 2017

Century Technical Solutions (Pty Ltd

R 659 893.96

R1 710 768.34

     

Exactech (Pty) Ltd

R 536 603,68

 
     

eCybersystems (Pty) Ltd

R514 270,70

 
 

Grant Total

R57 773 476.59

-END-

14 December 2018 - NW3899

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Mulaudzi, Mr TE to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether, with reference to the reply of the Minister of Public Service and Administration to question 141 for oral reply on 7 September 2018, his department and the entities reporting to him implemented the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council resolution that all persons employed in the Public Service as Assistant Directors must have their salary level upgraded from level 9 to level 10, and that all Deputy Directors must have their salary level upgraded from level 11 to level 12; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development implemented Resolution 3 of 2009. In implementing the Resolution, the Department confined itself to the condition set in paragraph 3.6.3 which deals with accelerated grade progression for salary levels 9-10 and 11-12 respectively. To this end, all employees from salary levels 9-10 and 11-12 who meet the below mentioned qualifying criteria are accordingly progressed/upgraded:

a) Twelve (12) years continuous service and should have at least obtained above satisfactory rating on his performance assessment; and

b) Fifteen (15) years of continuous service and should have at least obtained above satisfactory rating on his performance assessment

2. The National Prosecuting Authority implemented PSCBC Resolution 1 of 2012 in conjunction with the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) Circular 16/P dated 25 February 2013. All posts that were filled on salary levels 9 and 11 after the implementation of PSCBC, Resolution 3 of 2009 were re-graded according to the DPSA’s Implementation Directive. All employees who occupied those posts were thus upgraded into the salary levels 10 and 12 respectively.

3. Employees of Legal Aid South Africa are not appointed under the Public Service Act, 1994 but are employed in terms of Legal Aid SA Act 39 of 2014. Persons who are employed at salary level 9 and those employed at salary level 11 can be progressed to salary level 10 and salary level 12 respectively subject to the scope of pay progression of the job grading of a position and on condition that an employee’s annual performance review is good and scored at 80% and above.

4. Neither PSCBC Resolution 3 of 2009 nor Resolution 1 of 2012 has been implemented in the Special Investigating Unit (SIU). The pay progression model being referred to is not in use in the SIU as the SIU has its own grading system in place.

14 December 2018 - NW3902

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Tshwaku, Mr M to ask the Minister of Basic Education

Whether, with reference to the reply of the Minister of Public Service and Administration to question 141 for oral reply on 7 September 2018, her department and the entities reporting to her implemented the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council resolution that all persons employed in the Public Service as Assistant Directors must have their salary level upgraded from level 9 to level 10, and that all Deputy Directors must have their salary level upgraded from level 11 to level 12; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Department of Basic Education has implemented the Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council resolution for the upgrading of Assistant Directors from salary level 9 to salary level 10 and the upgrading of Deputy Directors from salary level 11 to salary level 12. The implementation was effected in August 2014 and backdated to 1 August 2012.

14 December 2018 - NW3745

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

(1)With regard to Limpopo Department of Education Contract No. EDDP 182/142, Lebaka B Primary School in Mohlabaneng, was the school built within the contract period of 3 November 2010 to 3 October 2011; if not, what are the relevant details; (2) (a) what was the total monetary cost of the building project, (b) who was the contractor and (c) was the contractor paid in full; (3) (a) what are the full details of the (i) total cost of the furniture and (ii) furnishings delivered and dates of delivery of all furnishings, (b) why has this school been abandoned, (c) on what date was a security company appointed, (d) what is the cost of the security contract and (e) what is the name of the security company; (4) has any litigation process been instituted; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The school was not completed within the envisioned construction period of 11 months. The contract period started on 3 November 2010 as scheduled, but unfortunately the contractor fell behind schedule. The delays led to the situation whereby the contractor subsequently abandoned site. The project was re-activated in 2016 and Practical Completion was achieved on 11 September 2017.

2. The initial contract amount was R 15 956 400.00. During the period when the contractor abandoned site the school was vandalised. Accordingly, when the project was re-activated, re-measurements were done to determine the cost to complete the project and a Variation Order was approved on 7 November 2016 increasing the contract amount to R 17 721 946.21. MPPJ Property Development was the Contractor. The contractor has not yet been paid in full as Final Completion has not yet been achieved.

3. (a) Total cost of Furniture is R930 491.000 and the furniture was delivered in 2012 and in 2018.

(b) Lebaka B was built as an offshoot of Lebaka A where the school buildings were dilapidated and no longer hospitable. Security was engaged and the repairs were effected. There are plans afoot to bring in Gr R –Gr 3 to the school in January 2019.

(c) The security company was appointed for Lebaka B School on 01 June 2018.

(d) The security service provider was initially appointed by the Limpopo Department of Education to do security services at Mamaila Circuit Office. A variation order was prepared and approved for the inclusion of Lebaka B School for an amount of R33 524.30 per month.

(e) Mathara Investment CC.

4. Yes, there is a litigation claim for the alleged exhumation of graves on the school site during the construction process. The matter is currently being handled by the state attorney.

14 December 2018 - NW3557

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Sport and Recreation

(1 )With reference to her reply to question 2287 on 31 October 2018, did the Board of Athletics South Africa (ASA) follow a consultative process in issuing rule amendments to allow members of the Board to simultaneously serve as registered directors of the Nonprofit Company; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2)whether ASA issues notices inviting comments from stakeholders before initiating amendments to its rules; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) do clubs belonging to ASA allow objections raised by its members to be minuted and recorded; (4)what are the details of ASA's mediation process for disciplinary hearings; (5)has ASA held a disciplinary hearing around the legal and procedural irregularities pointed out by a certain organisation (name furnished); if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?NW4133E

Reply:

The question by the he member has been forwarded to Athletics South Africa (ASA) for its response as it deals with operational details and internal institutional procedures of ASA.


MS. T. XASA, MP

MINISTER OF SPORT AND RECREATION

DATE:

14 December 2018 - NW3201

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Boshoff, Ms H to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)What number of mega farm schools (a) have been built in each province in the past three financial years and (b) are envisaged to be completed in the 2018-19 financial year; (2) what number of non-viable schools (a) have been closed in the past three financial years in each province and (b) are envisaged to be closed in the 2018-19 financial year; (3) what number of teachers were trained on pedagogical content knowledge and facilitation skills in mathematics and science in each province in the (a) 2015-16 and (b) 2016-17 financial years; (4) what amount that was made available to improve mathematics, science and technology teaching in each province in the (a) 2015-16, and (b) 2016-17 financial years?

Reply:

(1) (a) The Sector has not built any Mega Farm Schools for the past three financial years but has a number of Non-Viable farm schools in lieu of two Boarding Schools in Mpumalanga Province which are Steve Tshwete Boarding School in Nkangala and Thaba Tshweu Boarding school in Ehlanzeni district.

(b) There are no Mega farm Schools envisaged to be completed in the 2018/2019 financial year.

(2) 2018-19 financial year:

Province

No. of schools closed to date

2018/19 projections

 

(a) @

(b)

EC

725

2 182*

FS

33

90

GP

521

14

KZN

248

1 405^

LP

1 783

61

MP

1 063

34

NC

142

8*

NW

948

0

WC

1 466

0

Source (a) National EMIS (b) PEDs

The above mentioned data indicate the number of schools closed to date except for the FS.

* Schools currently subjected to rationalisation but not necessarily to be effected in 2018/19

^ Schools rationalisation plan ranging from 2018 to 2023

(3) The number of teachers who were trained on Mathematics and Science content and pedagogy through DBE-led programmes are:

DBE TRAINING WORKSHOPS:

2015/16 YEAR

PROVINCE

TRAINED MST HODS 2015/16

Grade 8 & 9

 

MATHS

N.SC

TECHN

TOTAL

Free State

294

255

236

785

Gauteng

53

51

51

155

North West

415

439

642

1 496

Eastern Cape

1 520

1 636

1 536

4 674

Northern Cape

116

75

81

272

Limpopo

749

313

595

1 657

Mpumalanga

552

465

473

1 490

TOTAL

3 862

3 331

3 508

10 529

2016/17: NSC SUPPORT ON MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE

PROVINCE

MATHS

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

TOTAL

Eastern Cape

489

288

777

Free State

136

129

265

KwaZulu-Natal

520

417

937

Limpopo

535

606

1 141

Mpumalanga

234

199

433

Northern Cape

56

72

128

North West

232

196

428

TOTAL

2 202

1 907

4 109

(4)

  1. 2015-16 Budget available to Improve MST Teaching in each Province:

Total allocated budget for MST Conditional Grant in 2015/16 was R 347 185 million. R 104 156 million (30% of the total budget) was used for teaching in each province (15% - Training of Teachers and Subject Advisors in preparation for the implementation of CAPS for Technical Schools and 15% - Targeted Teacher Training in Pedagogic Content Knowledge for MST Subjects).

(SEE TABLE BELOW)

  1. 2016-17 Budget available to Improve MST Teaching in each Province:

Total allocated budget for MST Conditional Grant in 2016/17 was R 362 444 million. R 108 734 million (30% of total budget) was used for teaching in each province (15% - Training of Teachers and Subject Advisors in preparation for the Implementation of CAPS for Technical Schools and 15% - Targeted Teacher Training in Pedagogic Content Knowledge for MST Subjects).

(SEE TABLE BELOW)

MST CONDITIONAL ALLOCATION 2015/16

Province

Budget Allocation

ICT Resource to improve Teaching and Learning 20%

Technical School Workshop ,Equipment and Tools 15%

School Laboratories and Workshop Apparatus and Consumables 15%

Direct Learner Support 10%

Technical Schools Teachers and Subject Advisors Training and CAPS Orientation 15%

Targeted Teacher Training in Teaching Methodologies and Subject content 15%

Training and Support in ICT Integration for end-users 10%

Total

100%

 

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

EC

45 059

9 012

6 759

6 759

4 506

6 759

6 759

4 506

45 059

FS

32 145

6 429

4 822

4 822

3 215

4 822

4 822

3 215

32 145

GP

47 842

9 568

7 176

7 176

4 784

7 176

7 176

4 784

47 842

KZN

59 998

12 000

9 000

9 000

6 000

9 000

9 000

6 000

59 998

LP

40 979

8 196

6 147

6 147

4 098

6 147

6 147

4 098

40 979

MP

39 136

7 827

5 870

5 870

3 914

5 870

5 870

3 914

39 136

NC

22 113

4 423

3 317

3 317

2 211

3 317

3 317

2 211

22 113

NW

33 378

6 676

5 007

5 007

3 338

5 007

5 007

3 338

33 378

WC

26 535

5 307

3 980

3 980

2 654

3 980

3 980

2 654

26 535

Total

347 185

69 437

52 078

52 078

34 719

52 078

52 078

34 719

347 185

FINANCIAL EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 MARCH 2016

EXPENDITURE DURING THE 2015-16 FINANCIAL YEAR AS AT 31 MARCH 2016

Province

2015-16

Budget Allocation

Actual Funds Transferred at

31 March 16

Actual Expenditure against Allocation

Budget Available as at 31 March 2016

%

Spent Against Budget Allocation

 

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

%

EC

45 059

45 059

26 350

10 236

72,02%

FS

32 145

33 466

21 524

10 165

67,92%

GP

47 842

47 842

47 842

- 678

101,44%

KZN

59 998

59 998

59 259

739

98,77%

LP

40 979

40 979

35 673

- 6 649

122,91%

MP

39 136

39 136

42 408

- 10 923

134,69%

NC

22 113

22 113

23 466

- 1 783

108,22%

NW

33 378

33 378

32 225

553

98,31%

WC

26 535

26 535

27 668

- 1 133

104,27%

TOTAL

347 185

347 185

316 415

527

99, 83%

MST CONDITIONAL ALLOCATION 2016/17

MST CONDITIONAL ALLOCATION 2016/17

Province

Budget

Allocation

ICT Resource to improve Teaching and Learning 20%

Technical School Workshop ,Equipment and Tools 15%

School Laboratories and Workshop Apparatus and Consumables 15%

Direct Learner Support 10%

Technical Schools Teachers and Subject Advisors Training and CAPS Orientation 15%

Targeted Teacher Training in Teaching Methodologies and Subject content 15%

Training and Support in ICT Integration for end-users 10%

Total 100%

 

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

EC

46 898

9 380

7 035

7 035

4 690

7 035

7 035

4 690

46 898

FS

33 466

6 693

5 020

5 020

3 347

5 020

5 020

3 347

33 466

GP

49 810

9 962

7 472

7 472

4 981

7 472

7 472

4 981

49 810

KZN

62 453

12 491

9 368

9 368

6 245

9 368

9 368

6 245

62 453

LP

42 553

8 511

6 383

6 383

4 255

6 383

6 383

4 255

42 553

MP

41 639

8 328

6 246

6 246

4 164

6 246

6 246

4 164

41 639

NC

23 030

4 606

3 455

3 455

2 303

3 455

3 455

2 303

23 030

NW

34 754

6 951

5 213

5 213

3 475

5 213

5 213

3 475

34 754

WC

27 841

5 568

4 176

4 176

2 784

4 176

4 176

2 784

27 841

Total

362 444

72 489

54 367

54 367

36 244

54 367

54 367

36 244

362 444

FINANCIAL EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 MARCH 2017

EXPENDITURE DURING THE 2016/17 FINANCIAL YEAR

Province

2016-17

Budget Allocation

Actual Funds Transferred at

31 March 17

Actual Expenditure

Against Allocation

Budget Available as at

31 March 2017

%

Spent Against Budget Allocation

 

R'000

R'000

R'000

R'000

%

EC

46 898

46 898

58 241

-11 343

124%

FS

33 466

33 466

39 167

-5 701

117%

GP

49 810

49 810

49 810

0

100%

KZN

62 453

62 453

63 402

-949

102%

LP

42 553

42 553

34544

8 009

81%

MP

41 639

41 639

41 376

263

99%

NC

23 030

23 030

23 214

-184

101%

NW

34 754

34 754

36 176

-1 422

104%

WC

27 841

27 841

27 841

0

100%

TOTAL

362 444

362 444

373 771

-11 327

103%

14 December 2018 - NW3895

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Mulaudzi, Mr TE to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

With reference to his reply to question 3135 on 15 November 2018, (a) who are the interested parties that his department may further consult and (b) will further research be conducted; (2) will his department consult other government departments regarding the regulations; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. (a) Various Constitutional Court cases have confirmed the principle that it is a constitutional imperative to facilitate public involvement in the legislative processes, which by implication includes the making of delegated legislation. If this important principle (which is sometimes referred to as participatory democracy), is not adhered to, the laws or regulations in question may be unconstitutional. Any proposed legislative proposal that gives effect to the South African Law Reform Commission Report on Adult Prostitution (Project 107) (the Report), will be subjected to a comprehensive and open public consultation process. By implication, all interested parties, who among others, will include organizations and establishments that represent persons involved in sex work as well as sex workers themselves, will be given an opportunity to raise their views. A public consultation process, because of its open and public character, ensures that everybody is given an equal opportunity to raise their views and acts as a counterweight to secret lobbying and influence-peddling.

(b) As indicated in the Reply to Question 3135, the Department is in the process of further researching aspects relevant to the Report in order to make legislative proposals that are best suited to our country.

2. The public consultation process discussed under paragraph (1)(a) above, will involve consultation with other Departments in the national, provincial and local sphere of Government due to the cross-cutting nature and implications of sex work. Any regulatory measure that deals with sex work and which may impact on the functions, resources or mandates of any other Department, will be drafted in consultation with the Department involved.

14 December 2018 - NW3876

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Mokoena, Mr L to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

What (a) number of (i) local music and (ii) art festivals have received funding from (aa) his department and/or (bb) entities reporting to him in each of the past five years, (b) was the name of each music and/or art festival and (c) amount did each receive in each case?

Reply:

In the past five years, my department has supported thirty five (35) Flagship Festivals and two hundred and thirty-eight (238) open call festivals.

The Entities reporting to my department, namely the National Arts Council supported fourteen (14) local music and art festivals.

The information below is a reflection of how we financially supported art festivals as well as amounts granted to each specified art festival.

1-a) Flagships

 

Name of festival

Amount from 2014-2017

1

Marula Festival

R8 000 000

2

Cape Town Carnival

R10 000 000

3

Cape Town International Jazz Festival

R40 259 000

4

Diamonds and Dorings Festival

R8 000 000

5

Mine Dance Festival

R3 000 000

6

Suiderooste fees

R6 000 000

7

Sama Awards

R 8 000 000

8

National Arts Festival

R27 000 000

9

Ladysmith isicathamiya Festival

R2 000 000

10

Okhahlamba

R4 000 000

11

Ilembe Lifestyle Festival

R6 000 000

12

Moretele Tribute Concert

R7 000 000

13

Joy of Jazz

R16, 500 000

14

Kalahari Desert Festival

R6 000 000

15

Mpumalange Comes Alive

R5 500 000

16

National Book Week

R12 000 000

17

Taung Calabash

R6 000 000

18

Indoni Youth Empowerment

R38 000 000

19

Macufe Arts Festival

R12 000 000

20

Buyel ekhaya

R8 000 000

21

Gauteng Carnival ( Pale Ya Rona)

R10 000 000

22

Mahika Mahikeng

R7 000 000

23

Mapungubwe Arts Festival

R10 000 000

24

Innibos

R4 000 000

25

Moshito

R15 500 000

26

Miami Winter Festival

R11 540 000

27

Mbokodo Awards

R15 000 000

28

SALA Awards

R3 200 000

29

Tweede Nuwe Jaar

R1 500 000

30

Go West

R2 250 000

31

Jazz River Carnival

R 2 250 000

32

Isinqisethu Cultural Festival

R2 000 000

33

PE Opera House

R4 000 000

34

Mpumalanga Cultural Experience

R2 000 000

35

Discop

R10 000 000

(1-b) Open Call projects

No.

Event / Project Name

Beneficiary

Location / Municipality/ City /Town

Province

Total Grant Value

2014/15

1

The Alfred Nzo Choral Festival

Lint Industries T/A Lint Foods (Pty) Ltd:

Umtata

Eastern Cape

R 1 000,000.00

2

Creative Arts talent: It’s our Art Conference

Digimap Media Global PTY LTD/ T/A

Qwaqwa

Free State

R500 000.00

3

Youth with Disability Development Arts and Culture

Sechaba Advancement Enterprise PTY LTD:

City of Johnnesburg

Gauteng

R300 000.00

4

Mzansi traditional and Cultural shows

Ukhamba Communications PTY LTD:

Soweto

Gauteng

R400 000.00

5

Siyafunda and training development

Teboho Le Teboho Initiatives PTY LTD:

Ekurhuleni

Gauteng

R150 000.00

6

The Secret

Sibusisiwe Commuity Development PTY LTD:

Ekurhuleni

Gauteng

R300 000.00

7

Two world apart

Bala Brothers Productions PTY LTD:

Durban

Gauteng

R800 000.00

8

Qhakaza Nathi Fashion Development Project

SarageB Gal Fashion (PTY) LTD:

Ethekwini

Kwa-Zulu Natal

R900 000.00

9

The Uzalo choir experience

Stained Glass Productions (PTY) LTD:

EThekwini Municipality

Kwa-Zulu Natal

R250 000.00

10

Bom Gospel Talent Search

Bao Music Business Learnership CC:

East London

Kwa-Zulu Natal

R750 000.00

11

Reggae Picnic festival

Milla Communications CC:

City of Johannesburg

Eastern Cape

R950 000.00

12

National Professional Choirs League

National Professional Choirs League CC:

East London

Gauteng

R300 000.00

13

Inhalanga Cultural Moods

Keraway Investment CC:

Eastern

Gauteng

R500 000.00

14

Blouberg Annual Festivals

Mak Herp cc:

Bloeberg

Limpopo

R800 000.00

15

Hihlurile Pot of Beads Exhibition

Hihlurile Pot of Beads CC:

Giyani

Kwa-Zulu Natal

R800 000.00

16

Vhuthihi African Music Extravaganza

Contimental Entertainment CC:

Vhembe

Limpopo

R600 000.00

17

Arts and Music live experience

Rebone Brand Creation CC:

Welkom

Limpopo

R800 000.00

18

Mzansi Raggae Unite

Lioness Productions SA CC:

City of Johannesburg

Limpopo

R700 000.00

19

Developing Young Film Makers

The Ergo Company CC:

City of Johannesburg

Free State

R500 000.00

20

Mamelodi Rondavels Campus

Izipho Zethu Zezobuciko Arts CC:

Mamelodi

Gauteng

R300 000.00

21

International Workers Day (May Day) Commemorations

Splendor Trading and Projects CC:

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R1 000 000.00

22

Project of the Year

Zero to Hero Theatre production NPO:

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R300 000.00

23

Performing arts development project

Publik Kreativity Drama Krew NPO:

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R600 000.00

24

Colour me human

Colour me human NPC:

City of Johannesburg

Gauteng

R350 000.00

25

Xibelani Music Festival

Kenny Shibambu Talent Development Institute NPO:

Giyani

Limpopo

R950 000.00

26

Soulbent Day Drama and Cultural Dance Show

Soulbent Project NPO:

Makhado/Tshiodzwe

Limpopo

R700 000.00

27

Swilombe Music Association

Swilombe Music Association NPO:

Giyani

Limpopo

R500 000.00

28

Performing Arts Workshop and Festivals

Factory of the Arts and Production NPO:

Siyabuswa

Mpumalanga

R180 000.00

29

Cape Town TV Arts Desk

Cater bridge Music Academy NPI:

Cape Town

Mpumalanga

R500 000.00

30

Ixopo Indigenous Dance and Music Festival

Cape Town TV, Represented by Workers World Media Productions NPO:

Khayelitsha

Western Cape

R300 000.00

31

Afrika Rize Reggae Festival

Unyezi Theatre Organisation NPO:

Richardsbay

Kwa-Zulu Natal

R00 000.00

32

Love and Hope Africa Gospel Music Festival

Qhawes Entertainment Group NPO:

Nkowankowa

Limpopo

R900 000.00

33

African Youth Theatre & Dance Festival

To The Throne Music Production NPO:

Cape Town

Western Cape

R400 000.00

34

Iqonga Creative Productions

Assitej South Africa NPO:

Cape Town

Western Cape

R400 000.00

35

BASA business breakfast and engagement in Mozambique

Rainbow Arts Organisation NPO:

Mozambique

Gauteng

R60 000.00

36

Paarl Festival

Business and Arts SA Institution:

Paarl

Western Cape

R800 000.00

37

Eden International Youth Festival & Exchange

Enklyve Media Investments Section 21:

City of Cape Town

Western Cape

R800 000.00

38

Building Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurs

Kaos Projects T/A Suff Academy- Section 21 Film+Media&Arts:

City of Cape Town

Western Cape

R700 000.00

39

3rd African Women Writers Symposium

African Arts Institute Section 21:

Johannesburg

Western Cape

R800 000.00

40

Beautiful Land

Joburg city Theatres:

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R200 000.00

41

Makgalakwena Cultural Dance Festival

Malose Samuel Rasito:

Polokwane

Limpopo

R250 000.00

2015/16

42

Annual Isi-Xhosa Music Festival

Impact Leisure Investment (Pty) Ltd

 

Buffalo City

 

Eastern Cape

R500 000.00

43

Eastern Cape Fashion Festival

Elitt Technology Solutions (pty) Ltd

Buffalo City

Eastern Cape

R750 500.00

44

Oppikoppi Festival

Hillop Live performance promotions PTY LTD

Johannesburg

Limpopo

R700 000.00

45

Madiba the African Opera

Opera South Africa PTY LTD

Lesedi municipality

Gauteng

R1 000 000.00

46

Anual Hlanganani and Traditional Music and Arts celebration

Kincha Media PTY LTD

Thulamahashe

Mpumalanga

R700 000.00

47

Summer Music Explosion

MJM Promotions: PYT LTD

Francis Baard

Northern Cape

R500 000.00

48

Nayanaya Pictures

Nayanaya Pictures

Chris Hani District

Gauteng

R900 000.00

49

Igqophamlando Multi-cultural traditional music festival and craft exhibition

Ngqobhongqobho Contractors

Nquthu

Kwazulu-Natal

R500 000.00

50

Ubuntu International Reggae Festival "Africa salute"

Mosadi Mooka Empowerment Services CC

Buffalo City

Eastern Cape

R400 000.00

51

Annual Ebubeleni Music Festival

Mahambehlala Communications CC

Nelson Mandela Bay

Eastern Cape

R800 000.00

52

A new Song

Village Gossip Foudation CC

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R500 000.00

53

Limpopo Royal Heritage Week

Tsalena Media CC

Thulamela

Limpopo

R800 000.00

54

Esiqelini Annual Cultural Event

Masibonisanenisonke trading and Projects27CC

JS Moroka

Mpumalanga

R700 000.00

55

Umthayi Marula festival

Courtecy Marketing Services

Ethekwini Municipality

Kwazulu-Natal

R800 000.00

56

Conference + Festival to bring together Africa's film sector leaders in South Africa 2015 and Cann

Martin Cuff Consultancy

City of Cape Town

Western Cape

R700 000.00

57

Moving Performing Arts

Reliable Knowledge Theatre Club CC

Dr Ruth Segomotsi

Northwest

R500 000.00

58

Camp and concerts

Moribo Music development promotions NPO

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R500 000.00

59

Mzansi Reggae Splash

Zmele NPO

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R300 000.00

60

Bohlabela School of Art Festival

Tswelopele Performing Arts NPO

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R200 000.00

61

Dance Umbrella festival 2016

Dance Forum NPO

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R800 000.00

62

Azishe! Festival

Jazzart Dance Theatre

City of Cape Town

Western Cape

R400 000.00

63

South African Book Fair

Publishers Association of South Africa

City of Cape Town

Western Cape

R500 000.00

64

The Delft Big Band

The Delft Big Band

City of Cape Town

Western Cape

R300 000.00

65

4th Iternational Marimba and Stelpam festival

Education Africa Section 21

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R400 000.00

66

Nthiyeng Martha Mabote

N.M Mabote Craft & Development

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R100 000.00

67

Mpho Ngwenya (individual)

Funology

Johannesburg

Gauteng

R300 000.00

68

Pulane Jantjies: Individual

Matlakala

Sol Plaatjie

Northern Cape

R250 000.00

2016/17

70

Sistaz With Soul

Mkhonzeni tradings

Ethekwini municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000.00

71

Phuzushukela memorial Festival

Mkhosi Busa

Nkandla Local Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R1 970 000.00

72

Ugu Jazz festival

Cyassonnd Events management

Ugu

KwaZulu Natal

R1 000 000.00

73

Umthayi marula Festival

Courtesy Marketing services

Ethekwini municipality

Kwa Zulu Natal

R800 000.00

74

The Pietermaritzburg Jazz festival

Starlight Promotions

Umgungundlovu - Msunduzi Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000.00

75

Rofhiwa annual Star Search

Asikulibali Trading and Projects

Vhembe Municipality

Limpopo

R400 000.00

75

Ke Nna Polelo

Lamem Trading

Capricorn Municipality

 

R300 000.00

76

African Fashion & Cultural Exhibition (AFACE)

Roti Enterprise

Makhado Municipality

Limpopo

R 400 000.00

77

Royal Heritage Celebration

Tsalena Media

Vhembe District

Limpopo

R800 000.00

78

Venda Nga

The Branding House South Africa

Vhembe District

Limpopo

R500 000.00

79

Esiqelini Annual Cultural event

Masibonisane Sonke Trading and Project

MPUMALANGA

 

R500 000.00

80

7th Annual Mdantsane Summer Reunion

Loudnoise Entertainment

Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality

Eastern Cape

R300 000.00

81

Abadala Music Festival

Damilos MP

OR Tambo District Municipality

Eastern Cape

R750 000.00

82

Annual O.R Tambo Homage Concert

Win-Always Projects

Mbizana Local Municipality

Eastern Cape

R550 000.00

83

Buyelembo Arts Festival

Buyelembo Village

City of CapeTown

Western Cape

R150 000.00

84

Mafube Arts Festival

Sastown Entertainment

Mafube Local Municipality

Free Sate

R500 000.00

85

Mapungubultural Landscape & Heritage Music Project - Limpopo

Makotopong Sound Studios

Limpopo

Limpopo

R700 000.00

86

Speak the Mind Festival

LNM Entertainment

Johannesburg Metro

Gauteng

R300 000.00

87

The KwaNdebele Cultural Imbizo

Kushanda Consulting

Bronkhorspruit

Mpumalanga

R500 000.00

88

Yanaya Gender Film and Dialogue Festival

Nayanaya Pictures

Ethekwini

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000.00

89

Abantu Book

Abantu Book Festival

Joburg Metro

Gauteng

R500 000.00

90

4th Annual Hlanganani Traditional Music and Arts Celebration

Kincha Media

Ekurhuleni
Metropolitan Municipality

Gauteng

R700 000.00

91

100% Pure Kwaito

Zuztainment

City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality

Gauteng

R500 000.00

92

Graduate Arts Project (GAP)

DOS Productions

City of Tshwane

Gauteng

R800 000.00

93

Tshwane Fashion Project

Black Plum Corporate Enterprise T/A Plum Creative Agency

City of Tshwane (Pretoria)

Gauteng

R500 000.00

94

W.O.M.A.N experential Art Event

Brainbow Consciences Creatives

City of Johannesburg (Down Town)

Gauteng

R500 000.00

95

Creative Mzansi

Target Expresss Computers T/A Morning Star Design

City of Joburg (Market Theatre)

Gauteng

R300 000.00

96

Ukuhlanganisa - Trolley Pushers

M and Z Theatre Productions

Alexandra

Gauteng

R131 400.00

97

Saadjies: A flagship Cool Capital

Cool Captain (implementation agent Mathews and Associates Architects)

University of Pretoria

Gauteng

R300 000.00

98

Arts and Social Enterpreneurship Conference

Grow Khula Multimedia Productions

Durban

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000.00

99

Milodi Arts and Culture Festival

Cybrobrite

Jane Furse

Limpopo

R500 000.00

100

Seetseng Arts and Culture

We- Dia Productions

Modimolle

Limpopo

R500 000.00

101

Royal Night and Heritage Celebration

Bold Move Foundation

Polokwane

Limpopo

R300 000.00

102

Tshivenda Music Awards

Dengetenge Marketing and Communications

Vhembe District Municipality

Limpopo

R500 000.00

103

Munghana Lonene FM Xitsonga Music Awards

GY Promotions

Mopani District/ Greater Giyani Local Municipality

Limpopo

R500 000.00

104

Mayibuye Cultural Festival

Mamba Investments cc

Umlazi

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000.00

105

Annual Cultural Lifestyle Festival

Grass Roots Music Productions cc

Arconhoek

Mpumalanga

R900 000.00

106

Africa Converse

Multi Minds Investments Holdings

Ethekwini

KwaZulu Natal

R700 000.00

107

Africa Heritage Week

African Business Leaders Forum

Maboneng

Gauteng

R600 000.00

108

Dance Africa Dance

Vision Faces

Umlazi

KwaZulu Natal

R700 000.00

109

Traditional Fashion Show

Lick'o Propeties

Buffalo City

Eastern Cape

R 500 000.00

110

Just Chillin presents the September Issue

Tshokoma Enterprise

City of Tshwane

Gauteng

R500 000.00

111

Hello Summer Uitenhage Festival

Stage Elements cc

Uitenhage

Eastern Cape

R750 000.00

112

Melting Pot Arts Festival

GCIE Communications

Mount Ayliff

Eastern Cape

R1 500 000.00

113

The Segopotso Project

Mehlo-Maya-(Eye to the Sun)

Mangaung Municipality

Free State

R750 000.00

114

Africa Day and Xitsonga music festival

Swilombe Music Association

Thabo Mafutsanyane District

Limpopo

R500 000.00

115

Lejweleputswa Music Festival

Ntho Ya Kasi Entertainment

Ethekwini

KwaZulu Natal

R1 000 000.00

116

Matsoara Thebe Senior Citizens Co-operative.

Matsoara Thebe Senior Citizens Co-operative

Rustenburg Local Municipality

NorthWest

R133 000.00

117

Maskandi African Mix Festival 28 May 2016

Unique PR and Events

Klerksdorp

NorthWest

R800 000.00

118

Africa unite Reggae Festival0

Bantu Media Production

Nelson Mandela Bay Municipilaty

Eastern Cape

R400 000.00

119

Kopano Music Festival

WMJ Productions and Events

Dutywa

Eastern Cape

R900 000.00

110

Disabled Community Empowerment Initiative

Southern African Disabled Musicians Association

Nelson Mandela bay Metro

Eastern Cape

R750 000.00

111

Taleni Cultural Festival

Taleni Cultural Festival

City of Johannesburg

Gauteng

R400 000.00

112

Masibambane Music Festival

Nobadula Trading Enterprise

Buffalo City

Eastern Cape

R1 000 000.00

113

2nd Annual Motswako Fest

Gateway Media PTY(LTD)

Rustenburg

NorthWest

R1 000 000.00

114

Mtubatuba Youth Celebrations Arts Festival

Isigqi Arts Development

Umkhanyokude District municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R200 000.00

115

Imbokodo Arts Festival

Nquthu Arts Development Programme

Nquthu Local municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R300 000.00

116

Rural Women Empowerment Festival

Dannhauser Active Rural Women Ensemble

Amajuba district

KwaZulu Natal

R400 000.00

117

Isicathamiya Revival Festival

Ladysmith Youth development Ensemble

Umnambithi Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R150 000.00

118

Musina Cultural Heritage Festival

Limpopo Arts & Culture Youth Forum

Vhembe Municipality

Limpopo

R500 000.00

119

Xibelani Music Festival

Kenny Shibambu Talent Development Institute

Mopani Distirct

Limpopo

R900 000.00

120

Masase

Soulbent Project

Makhado Municipality

Limpopo

R500 000.00

121

FOTAAP Performing Arts Festival

The Factory of arts and production

Kwandebele

Mpumalanga

R100 000.00

122

Words of wings Annual Storry Telling Maskandi festival

Calabash Storytellers

Calabash

 

R300 000.00

123

Woodstock Live

Kaggen Music And Film Trust

City of Cape Town

Western Cape

R500 000.00

124

Bloekombos Arts and Culture Festival

South African Youth Council

City of Cape Town

Western Cape

R400 000.00

125

TE Radebe Arts Alive

TE Radebe Theatre Production Free State

Provincial

 

R150 000.00

126

Access Art - 1 June 2016 - 1 June 2017 nationwide

Shekinah Media (Pty) Ltd

Joburg Metro

Gauteng

R2 000 000.00

127

Kusina Kudedelwane Cultural Festival - Gorton Hall, Estcourt

Izigi Zendoda Sport & Culture Group

Joburg Metro

Gauteng

R300 000.00

128

Mpumalanga Come Alive Theatre Development Project

Publik Kreativeity Drama Krew

Joburg Metro

Gauteng

R500 000.00

129

Artists Preserving Heritage Festival - 5-25 September 2016 Johannesburg

Alexandra Youth in Action Ensemble

Alexandra

Gauteng

R500 000.00

130

Dundee Battlefields Carnival 23-24 September 2016 - Dundee

Doz Holdings

Joburg Metro

Gauteng

R700 000.00

131

Neo Motsatse the Concert 2016 - 21 June to 10 July 2016 - National Arts Festival

Fezeka Motsatse Activations (FMA)

Joburg Metro

Gauteng

R300 000.00

132

5th International Women's Theatre Festival
Date: 3 November 2016 - 13 November 2016

Olive Tree Theatre Productions

City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality

Gauteng

R350 000.00

133

Mams Arts Festival

Lamathonsi Entertainment

City of Tshwane

Gauteng

R700 000.00

134

Dance Umbrella Festival

Dance Forum

City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality

Gauteng

R800 000.00

135

The Divas of Kofifi

Phambili Siyaya Arts

City of Johannesburg

Gauteng

R1 000 000.00

136

Digitizing the Soweto '76 & 1956 Woman March Books.

Mutloatse Arts Heritage

City of Johannesburg

Gauteng

R100 000.00

137

Naledi Theatre Awards

The Naledi Theatre Awards

Various Theatres

Gauteng

R500 000.00

138

Mabi Gabriel Thobejane with Madala Kunene & Trio SaRoy

Forest Jam South Africa

Umlazi

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000.00

 

2017/18

139

Mindset Concept Production House

Africa Television Market

Ethekwini Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000

140

One Foundation

Eagle Eye Creative Project

Rusternburg Local Municipality

North West

R350 000

141

Malengs Trading

Mpumalanga Fashion and Craft Show

Mbombela

Mpumalanga

R400 000

142

Blaq Maci's PR

"Your rights" Music Festival

Buffalo City

Eastern Cape

R600 000

143

Patben Projects

Patben Projects

City of Cape Town

Western Cape

R300 000

144

Dikgong Arts & Décor

Art & Craft Design Exhibition Project

Mgaka Modiri Molema

North West

R403 000

150

One Heart Music and Television Promotions

Reggae Xplosion - State Theatre

City of Tshwane

Gauteng

R600 000

151

AAA Entertainment

Digital Market Access

City of Johannesburg

Gauteng

R500 000

152

Fuse Africa Group

Johannesburg Reggae Splash

City of Johannesburg

Gauteng

R100 000

153

Lovemore ndou Tainments

The Annual Tshwane Regional Dance

City of Tshwane

Gauteng

R500 000

154

Durban Black Drifters

15th High School Isicathamiya Summit

Ethekwini Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R300 000

155

Bagaka Ba Koma Dance Troupe

Performing Arts Annual Youth Festival

Ratlou Local Municipality

North West

R108 800

156

Tiego Creative Writers

Tiego Creative Writers

Lepelle Nkumpi Municipality

Limpopo

R100 000

157

Ditswantsho Zwifaniso Film

Makhado Literary Fair

Vhembe District

Limpopo

R200 000

158

Amatjathangubo Youth Arts and Culture Music Centre

Fumana Ilemuko Skills Development

 Thembisile Hani

 

R500 000

159

Komani Independent Artists

Women who art in Crafts

Chris Hani Queenstown

Eastern Cape

R300 000

160

Proud Youth South Africa

KwaNxamalala Annual Heritage Celebrations

Mthatha

Kwazulu Natal

R300 000

161

Team Community Development Centre

Phaphama Cultural Events

Buffalo City

Eastern Cape

R380 200

162

The Delft Big Band

Gauteng Big Band Festival

City of Johannesburg

Gauteng

R250 000

163

Forest Jam South Africa

Mabi Gabriel Thobejane with Madala Kunene & Trio SaRoy

Ethekwini

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000

164

Pule Mqhedlane

Kopanang ma Africa Annual Youth Theatre Festival

Bothaville

Gauteng

R200 000

165

Mr Israel Lebogo

Now or Never

City of Johannesburg

Gauteng

R250 000

167

CACPIR

Boundless Africa: Heritage in Motion

City of Johannesburg

Gauteng

R600 000

168

Accatones Vocal Blend Co-operative Limited

31 Days - A Musical

Mmabatho

North West

R150 000.00

169

Cyassound Holdings PTY LTD

UGU Jazz Festival

UGU District Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R800 000

170

Madlosi Entertainment CC

Southern African Music Conference/Miami Winter Music Conference

Joburg Metro

Gauteng

R400 000

171

Unique PR and Events PTY

2nd Imvunge Maskandi African Festival

 Ethekwini

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000

172

AML - PAZ Africa Group

8th Annual Onkweni Royal Cultural Festival International (ORCFI)

Ethekwini Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

800 000

173

Fashion Engagement PTY LTD

Traditional Horse Racing Fashion Event

Buffalo City

 

R500 000

174

Alexandra Youth in Action Ensemble PTY LTD

Emalahleni Artists Preserving Heritage Festival (UBUNTU)0

City of JHB

Gauteng

R500 000

175

Thiko Events Management PTY LTD

Reconciliation Festival

Ekurhuleni

Gauteng

R450 000

176

Phambili Siyaya Arts Section 21

DIVAS of Kofifi - Touring to Mbombela

Tshwane

Gauteng

R500 000

177

Mpumalanga Choral Music Association NPO

Mpumalanga Choral Eistedfod

Gert Sibande District Municipality

Mpumalanga

R400 000

178

NEWLIBIX NPC

DSTV I rock Legends and Talent search

Capricorn district

Limpopo

R500 000

179

Damilos MP

Abadals Cultural Project

Mhlontlo

Eastern Cape

R500 000

180

A Creative Trading and Projects

Kids, Arts and Craft Festival

Nelson Mandela Bay

Eastern Cape

R500 000.00

181

Naleli M Holdings

Second Chances Training Workshop

Joburg

Gauteng

R300 000.00

182

Ndikho Events

Battle Field Festival

Nquthu Municipality

Kwazulu Natal

R500 000.00

183

LCP Concepts

90'S Affair Festival September 2017

Mangaung

Free State

R500 000.00

184

AB Art Studio

Vryburg Food, Art and Craft Market

Vryburg

Free State

R500 000.00

185

Baitshepi Ba Thari Entertainment and Projects

Re godisa ngwa ya setswana

Dr Ruth Mompati District

North West

R 200,000.00

186

Bantu Media Production

3rd Annual Africa Unite Reggae Concert

Rusternburg

North West

R500 000.00

187

MIOWN

Youth Day Reconciliation Expo Music Festival

Vhembe

Limpopo

R300 000.00

188

Mkhonzeni Trading PTY Ltd

Sistaz with Soul - 2nd

EThekwini Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R300 000.00

189

DOZ Holdings

Dundee Battlefields Carnival

Umzinyathi District Dundee

KwaZulu Natal

R300 000.00

190

Mkhosi Busa Pty Ltd

Phuzushukela Memorial Maskandi Festival

King Cetshwayo Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R500 000.00

191

Milla House

Polokwane Fashion Show 30 August 2017

Capricorn District

Limpopo

R278 604.00

192

Media Entertainment

Arts Media Alive Young Script Writers Festival 01 - 30 July 2017

Capricorn Blouberg Municipality

Limpopo

R300 000.00

193

Are Berekeng IT Enterprise

African Poetry with South African Children

City of JHB

Gauteng

R150 000.00

194

Black Affirmations Creative Arts

A Jewel in the Wilds- The Story of Pace College, Soweto 19/06/17-09/17

City of Joburg

Gauteng

R 151,000.00

195

Abantu Book Festival

Abantu Book Festival

Joburg Metro

Gauteng

R 700,000.00

196

Table Manners J and J Productions T/A Jack and Jull Productions

Table Manners

Joburg Metro

Gauteng

R500 000.00

197

New Life Foundation NPO

Mbombela International Film Festival

Nkomazi Local Municipality

Mpumalanga

R300 000.00

198

Matatiele Arts Development Organisation

Matatiele Indigenous Dance Festival 30 April

Matatiela

Eastern Cape

R200 000.00

199

Kwa Bhaca Kingdom

Umkhosi Wokukhahlela

Mthathe

Eastern Cape

R500 000.00

200

Head Boy Arts Production

Badimo Ba Rona Ba Kae? (Musical Production)

Kuruman

Northen Cape

R300 000.00

201

Namahadi Youth project

Manyano Project

Mafube Municipality

North West

R100 000.00

202

Free State Wombman in Theatre FSWT

CAMAGU Theatre and Dance festival

Mangaung Metro

Free State

R500 000.00

203

Ditlhodi Tsa Magagane Cultural

Batsha le Setso Festival

Vrischgewaagte

North West

R250 000.00

204

Mamama Trading & Projects

Battle of Schools

Atamelang

North West

R150 000.00

205

Kenny Shibanbo Talent Development institute

Xibelani Music Festival 01 July

Mopani

Limpopo

R400 000.00

206

Gay and Lesbian Network

Pink Mynah Festival

Pietermaritzburg

KwaZulu Natal

R50 000.00

207

Sakhisizwe Community Projects

Cleremont Arts Festival

EThekwini Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R300 000.00

208

Isigqi Arts Development NPC

2nd Annual Mtubatuba Youth Celebration Arts Festival

Umkhanyakude District Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R400 000.00

209

Nkungumathe Youth Development Forum

Nkungumathe Arts

King Cetshwayo District

KwaZulu Natal

R300 000.00

210

The Web NGO

Bubula Praise Poetry

Durban Metro

KwaZulu Natal

R250 000.00

211

Afropolitan Explosive

SA Festival for Black-Centered Film

Amajuba Disctrict Municipality

KwaZulu Natal

R300 000.00

212

Isiko FoundationNPC

Annual Collins Chabane Cultural Heritage Festival

Vhembe district

Limpopo

R500 000.00

213

1st Pati Glass and Fine Arts Project

The Transparent Beauty of Ubuntu

City of Tshwane

Gauteng

R300 000.00

214

Simon Moshiwadiba Foundation

Siyaya Arts Development

Lesedi Municipality

Gauteng

R250 000.00

215

Deep Ratanda Development Projects

The Book of Love

Ekurhuleni

Gauteng

R200 000.00

216

Soweto African Revolution

Relukisa Bokamoso

Ekurhuleni

Gauteng

R150 000.00

217

Batsumi Cultural Group

Senzangakhona Arts, Culture and Heritage;

City of Joburg

Gauteng

R200,000.00

218

Midvaal Arts Institution

5TH Midvaal Arts Festival Tour

Midvaal Municipality

Gauteng

R300,000.00

219

True Butterfly (Girl Programme)

Pampiri Arts Programme

City of Tshwane

Gauteng

R 150,000.00

220

Zanethemba Arts and Culture Project

Ses' Fikile Arts Festival

City of Joburg

Gauteng

R150,000.00

221

Refubish Project Development organisation

Film Fest and Fashion

Midrand

Gauteng

R400 000.00

222

The Maboneng Township Arts Experience

The Annual 2017 Maboneng Township Arts Experience (MTAE)

Alexandra Township

Gauteng

R600 000.00

223

South African National Youth Orchestra Foundation

Orchestra Courses and Programmes

City of Joburg

Gauteng

R 500,000.00

224

Moji Entertainment

Africa Dance Festival

Tlhabane; Rustenburg

North West

R150 000.00

225

BAO Music Business Leadership

BOM Music Development Programmed

Buffalo City

Eastern Cape

R400 000.00

226

Coalition Trading 1237T/A Creative Solutions

Reconciliation Comedy Night 2016

Kimberly

Northern Cape

R150 000.00

227

Outrage Concept

3rd Annual We can Arts Festival

eThekwini

KwaZulu Natal

R800 000.00

228

Bardill Entertainment

UP& Coming -Live Music Showcase February - November 2017

Sandton

Gauteng

R 400,000.00

229

Zuniza Investment Corporation CC T/A Nikis Oasis Restaurant

Niki's Jazz Development Project May 2017 - April 2018

City of Joburg

Gauteng

R 500,000.00

230

Lamathonsi Entertainment

Mams Arts Festival

City of Tshwane

Gauteng

R 700,000.00

231

Errol Teddy Mattera T/A teddy Sometimes Productions CC Dungamanzi film

Cinema From Within - Who are we Reall

City of Joburg

Gauteng

R500 000.00

232

Pule Mqhedlane

Kopanang Africa Annual Youth Theatre Festival

Lejwe Le Putswa

Free State

R150 000.00

233

Beauty M Mlokoti

ICAMAGU 24 April - 26 May 2017

Mangaung Metro Municipality

Free State

R100 000.00

234

Thabo Isaac Rapoo

Workshops that end with a production

Brits District

North West

R 156,000.00

235

Ms Sarah Nhlapo

Ventersdorp / Tlokwe Africa Day Celebrations

Potchestroom

North West

R300 000.00

236

Petrus Sello Lephotho

LETS TAP

Ekurhuleni

Gauteng

R100 000.00

237

Tebogo Edward Radebe

Yes We Can Disability, Old Age & Orphan Dance Development);

Ekurhuleni

Gauteng

R150 000.00

238

Gauteng Music Development

Music Transcribing

City of Joburg

Gauteng

R300,000.00

DAC ENTITY: NATIONAL ARTS COUNCIL (NAC)

MUSIC FESTIVALS Supported

Organisation Name

Funding No

Genre

Province

Amount

EspAfrika

MC/26/13

Jazz

Western Cape

R 1m (Development Programme)

Drakensburg Promotions

M/316/14

Jazz

Gauteng

R 250 000

The Jazz Foundation of SA

MC/30/13

Jazz

Gauteng

R 750 000

Ekhoneni Production Trading Enterpise

M/123/14

Hip Hop Music

Gauteng

R 150 000

Teb’s Management

MC/61/13

 

Gauteng

R 300 000

         

MULTI DISCIPLINARY FESTIVALS

Organisation Name

Funding No

Genre

Province

Amount

National Arts Festival

AC2013

Multi Discipline

Eastern Cape

R 3m

Diamonds and Dorings

F2013

Multi Discipline

Northern Cape

R 500 000

VryFees – Vryfestival

AC5313

Multi Discipline

Free State

R 363 000

Bolotsa Letsema Holding

AC20813

Multi Discipline

North West

R 600 000

Suidoodstefees

AC4813

Multi Discipline

Western Cape

R 3000 000

Cape Town Festival

AC7913

Multi Discipline

Western Cape

R 700 000

Cederbergfees

AC21813

Multi Discipline

Western Cape

R 350 000

MACUFE

F2017

Multi Discipline

Free State

R 500 000

ROUTE FORM

SUBMISSION TO THE MINISTER OF ARTS AND CULTURE

PROGRAMME

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FILE NO.

 

SUBJECT

QUESTION NO. 3876-2018: NATIONAL ASSEMBLY: MR L G MOKOENA (EFF): TO ASK THE MINISTER OF ARTS AND CULTURE: WHAT NUMBER OF LOCAL MUSIC AND ART FESTIVALS HAVE RECEIVED FUNDING FROM HIS DEPARTMENTAND ENTITIES REPORTING TO HIM IN EACH OF THE PAST FIVE YEARS

SURNAME AND INITIALS

ABBREVIATED DESIGNATION

IGNATURE AND DATE

SEE COMMENTS

CHABALALA D

DD/CD

   

MABASO C

CD/CD

   

MABASO C

ACT DDG/ACPD

   

MKHIZE V

DG

   

HANI,N

H/DM

   

SOTYU, M

DM

   

BESANI, S

CoS

   

MTHETHWA, N

MINISTER

   

NAME AND DESIGNATION

COMMENTS

   
   

14 December 2018 - NW3612

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Economic Development

Whether the Competition Commission purchased any motor vehicles since 1 April 2015; if so, what is the (a) make, (b), model, (c) price and (d) date on which each vehicle was purchased?

Reply:

Motor vehicles purchased since 1 April 2015

Yes, the Competition Commission purchased motor vehicles in each financial year since 1 April 2015. Expenditure has been disclosed in the relevant annual financial statements.

Details of the purchases are as follows:

2015/16 Financial year

  • One Toyota Corolla was procured at a purchase price of R 271 566.
  • One Audi A4 was procured, at a purchase price of R 430 212.
  • One Toyota Hilux was procured at a purchase price of R242 012.

2016/17 Financial year

  • Two Toyota Corolla vehicles were procured, at purchase prices of R 270 795; and R282 275 each.

2017/18 Financial year

  • Two BMW 3-series vehicles were procured, at purchase prices of R420 800 and R425 700 each and two BMW 5-series vehicles were procured, at purchase prices of R621 501 each.

 

-END-

14 December 2018 - NW3830

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Tarabella - Marchesi, Ms NI to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture”

Whether (a) his department and/or (b) any entity reporting to him contracted the services of a certain company (name and details furnished), in each of the past 10 financial years; if so, (i) number of contracts were signed, (ii) was the date on which each contract was signed, (iii) was the duration of each contract, (iv) services did the company render and (v) was the monetary value of each contract in each case;

Reply:

My department and it’s entities reporting to me has not contracted the services of Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations, in the past 10 financial years.

14 December 2018 - NW158

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Marais, Mr S to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What number of (a) charges have been laid against Eskom employees by the new Eskom Board of Directors and (b) the specified cases have been finalised? No 3365E

Reply:

According to the information received from Eskom

(a)

As at September 2018 there have been 1067 disciplinary cases initiated since the tenure of the new Eskom Board of Directors.

(b)

Of the 1067 disciplinary cases, 977 have been finalised.

The outcome of the finalised disciplinary cases is as follows: 64 Dismissals; 288 Suspension without pay; 233 Final warning; 321 written warning; 69 not guilty and 2 Counselling.

14 December 2018 - NW3831

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

(1)Whether (a) her department and/or (b) any entity reporting to her contracted the services of a certain company (name and details furnished), in each of the past 10 financial years; if so, what (i) number of contracts were signed, (ii) was the date on which each contract was signed, (iii) was the duration of each contract, (iv) services did the company render and (v) was the monetary value of each contract in each case; (2) whether any irregular expenditure relating to the contracts was recorded and/or condoned in each case; if so, what are the relevant details? NW4408E

Reply:

1. (a)The Department was never engaged in any business with the service provider in question.

(i) N/A

(ii) N/A

(iii) N/A

(v) N/A

2. N/A

(b) UMALUSI

1. Umalusi has never engaged in any business with the service provider in question.

(i) N/A

(ii) N/A

(iii) N/A

(v) N/A

2. N/A

(b) SACE

1. SACE has never engaged in any business with the service provider in question.

(i) N/A

(ii) N/A

(iii) N/A

(v) N/A

2. N/A

14 December 2018 - NW3426

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Sport and Recreation

(1) What amount is the total deal for the new T20 Mzansi Super League for broadcasting rights from both (a) the SA Broadcasting Corporation, (b) Super Sport and (c) any other broadcaster; (2) What amount was the settlement with the chief executive officer (name furnished)? NW2844E

Reply:

(1) Cricket South Africa signs Non-Disclosure Agreements with its partners and is therefore not at liberty to indicate the amount of the deal.

(2) CSA signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement with Mr Lorgat and thus cannot indicate the settlement amount. However Mr Lorgat may be approached by the individual, institution or organization seeking the information.


MS. T. XASA, MP

MINISTER OF SPORT AND RECREATION

DATE:

14 December 2018 - NW3844

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Robinson, Ms D to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether (a) his department and/or (b) any entity reporting to him contracted the services of a certain company (name and details furnished), in each of the past 10 financial years; if so, what (i) number of contracts were signed, (ii) was the date on which each contract was signed, (iii) was the duration of each contract, (iv) services did the company render and (v) was the monetary value of each contract in each case; (2) whether any irregular expenditure relating to the contracts was recorded and/or condoned in each case; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. (a) Yes, the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development has informed me that Bosasa was awarded with a contract in the past (ten) 10 financial years.

  1. One (1) contract was signed as RFB 2010 02B.
  2. The award was approved on 16 December 2010.
  3. The duration was from 1 January 2011 to 30 September 2013.
  4. The service provider was appointed to render security guarding and special services to the Department.
  5. The total amount spent was R535 330 659.

(b) I have also been informed by the entities reporting to me, i.e. the Legal Aid South Africa, National Prosecuting Authority and Special Investigating Unit that they never contracted Bosasa in the last ten (10) financial years.

2. No, the Department did not incur irregular expenditure since the departmental Supply Chain Management Policy and prescripts were followed.

14 December 2018 - NW3809

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Chance, Mr R to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

Whether the forensic investigation into allegations of corruption and mismanagement in her department that was commissioned by the Auditor-General has been completed; if not, by what date is the investigation envisaged to be completed; if so, (a) on what date was the investigation completed and (b) what are the main findings of the investigation?”

Reply:

The investigation has not been completed. The Auditor-General has informed the Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) that the envisaged completion timeline for the investigation is early 2019.

a)  The investigation was envisaged to be completed by 10 September 2018.

b) Findings will be known once the investigation report is issued.

14 December 2018 - NW3739

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Maynier, Mr D to ask the President of the Republic

Whether, with reference to his reply to a supplementary question on question 20 on 6 November 2018, (a) he and/or (b) any person in his Office communicated (i) directly or (ii) indirectly with the Minister of Finance, Mr T T Mboweni the Government’s position on the future of the SA Airways; if not, in each case, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

(a) & (b) (i) (ii): No. There is agreement in the Executive that the immediate priority for government is to stabilise SAA financially and through a rigorous process of cost-reduction and commercial re-orientation, to turn it into an airline that is financially and operationally sustainable.

14 December 2018 - NW3269

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Nolutshungu, Ms N to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Whether (a) her department and/or (b) entities reporting to her awarded any contracts and/or tenders to certain companies (names and details furnished) from 1 January 2009 up to the latest specified date for which information is available; if so, in each case, (i) what service was provided, (ii) what was the (aa) value and (bb) length of the tender and/or contract, (iii) who approved the tender and/or contract and (iv) was the tender and/or contract in line with all National Treasury and departmental procurement guidelines?

Reply:

a) The Department has not awarded any contracts or tenders to Vox Telecommunication.

b) Based on the information submitted by public entities reporting to the Department, the following responses were provided:

Entity

Company awarded contracts and/or tenders (details furnished) from 1 January 2009 up to specified date

(i) Service provided

(ii)(aa) Value of the tender and/or contract

(bb) Length of the tender and/or contract

(iii) Official approved the tender and/or contract

(iv) Compliance with all National Treasury and departmental procurement guidelines

1. Education Training and Development Practices Sector Education and Training Authority

Vox Telecommunication

Support and maintenance of the financial system

R1 903 513.12

1 February 2011 to 31 March 2020

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

2. Mining Qualification Authority

Vox Telecommunication

Internet services

R6 770 219.68

  • Services Level Agreement 1: July 2011 to June 2014
  • Extension of contract (Addendum 1): July 2014 to March 2016
  • Extension of contract (Addendum 2): April 2016 to March 2018
  • Services Level Agreement 2: April 2018 to March 2020

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

3. Public Sector Education and Training Authority

Vox Telecommunication

Internet services

R493 197.32

3.5 years

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

4. Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority

Vox Telecommunication

Wide Area Network (WAN) services

R1 425 026.28

1 June 2014 to

31 May 2017

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

5. Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority

Vox Telecommunication

Wide Area Network (WAN) infrastructure services

R76 411.54 per month

The appointment was based on a monthly rental and a once off set up cost of R56 658.00

31 March 2016 to

31 March 2020

The appointment was for the period up to 31 March 2016 with an option to renew for another twelve months period.

The contract was extended to 31 March 2020 after permission obtained from National Treasury.

Administrator

Yes

6. Quality Council for Trades and Occupations

Vox Communication

IT infrastructure support

R5 444 515.13

1 March 2018 to

28 February 2021

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

7. Services Sector Education and Training Authority

Vox Telecommunication

Implementation of Voice over IP (VoIP) solution

R2 620 748.75

11 April 2016 to

30 November 2018

Accounting Authority

Yes

8. South African Qualifications Authority

Vox Telecommunication

Implementation of new data provision and VoIP

R231 876.00

December 2013 to November 2014

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

 

Vox Telecommunication

Renewal of data provision and VoIP contract

R398 855.88

1 March 2015 to

28 February 2017

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

 

Vox Telecommunication

Upgrading data provisioning from 5 Mbps to 20 Mbps

R147 159.06

Once-off for the upgrade and after that month-to-month for four months
(March to June 2017)

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

 

Vox Telecommunication

Expansion of the Vox telecom for data and VoIP services for six months

R325 776.62

6 Months (1 July to
31 December 2017)

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

 

Vox Telecommunication

Fibre and VoIP services

R165 302.73

3 months (1 March to
May 2018)

Chief Executive Officer

Yes

 

Vox Telecommunication

PABX Solution

Solution cost of

R4 407 757.27

Telephone call charges rate per minute is between R0.23 and R0.33 (local) depending on the network.

The rate for international calls is R0.92 per minute.

1 June 2018 to

31 May 2023

Finance Committee

Yes

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MR CASPER BADENHORST AND MR OUPA MUTANDANYI

CONTACT: 012 312 5730/5111

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Reply 3269.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY REPLY 3269 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENT/S

MRS GNM PANDOR, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

14 December 2018 - NW3901

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Mashabela, Ms N to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

Whether, with reference to the reply of the Minister of Public Service and Administration to questions 141 for oral reply on 7 September 2018, his department and the entities reporting to him implemented the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council resolution that all person employed in the Public Service as Assistant Directors must have their salary level upgraded from level 9 to 10, and that all Deputy Directors must have their salaries level upgraded from level 11 to level 12;if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

There is no Public Service Co-coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCC) resolution that provides for movement from one salary level to another. Grade progression is done in line with PSCBC Resolution 3 of 2009 upon meeting all the requirement. The department implements the provision of Resolution 3 of 2009 accordingly.

14 December 2018 - NW3728

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Hlonyana, Mrs NKF to ask the Minister of Economic Development

Whether, his department subsidises any industries in the country; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) which industries, (b) where is each industry located, (c) what does each industry produce and (d) what is the monetary value of each subsidy?

Reply:

No, the budget of the Economic Development Department is not used to subsidise any industries in the country.

The Industrial Development Corporation (“IDC”) does provide concessional funding to a number of industries and sectors, including its Black Industrialist Programme and Gro-E Youth Programme, to encourage youth entrepreneurship. This support is provided across the country. Further details of IDC programmes may be found in the Integrated Report on the IDC’s website: https://www.idc.co.za/images/2018/IDC-IR-2018-Final.pdf.

In the past EDD has raised R95 million for the Downstream Steel Competitiveness Fund utilising funds paid over to the National Revenue Fund as a result of penalties imposed on ArcelorMittal South Africa for its role in cartels in the steel industry. The funds raised by EDD has been used for concessional funding to provide support to qualifying smaller competitors and downstream players. Funding has been approved for companies in Gauteng, Eastern Cape, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal and North West.

 

Similarly, EDD has raised R250 million for the Agro Processing Competitiveness Fund utilising funds paid over to the National Revenue Fund as a result of penalties imposed on Pioneer Foods for its role in the bread cartel. Funding has been approved in 42 deals to provide concessional funding for companies in Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Free State, North West, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.

The work of EDD in competition matters has resulted in R4.5 billion raised from private companies to support small and medium business and black-owned businesses in a number of industries including agriculture, construction, manufactured consumer goods and spaza shops. The impact of this support has been across the country.                            

-END-

14 December 2018 - NW3467

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Khanyile, Mr S to ask the Minister of Women in the Presidency

( 1 ) (a) On what date did her Office last conduct an audit of artwork owned by Government which is under the curatorship of her Office and (b) what are the details of each artwork under the curatorship of her Office according to the Generally Recognised Accounting Practice 103; (2) whether any artworks under the curatorship of her Office have gone missing (a) in each of the past five financial years and (b) since 1 April 2018; if so, what are the relevant details?

14 December 2018 - NW3665

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) What number of public resorts were managed by Aventura Ltd before it was liquidated, (b) what were the specific reasons for the liquidation of Aventura Ltd and (c)(i) to whom were the public resorts that were managed by Aventura Ltd sold and (ii) at what price?

Reply:

DPE response

a) There were in total fourteen (14) public resorts that were managed by Aventura. Six of those resorts, which were seriously loss making were the first to be disposed of to different purchasers.

Then the remaining and better performing eight (8) situated at Badplaas, Blydepoort, Loskopdam, Swadini (Mpumalanga) Tshipise, Warmbath (Limpopo), Plettenburg Bay (Western Cape), Gariep (Free State) were sold to a single purchaser named Forever Siyonwaba Consortium.

b) Government had in 2001 as part of its restructuring policy taken a decision to dispose all the Aventura resorts. Hotel and leisure was regarded as non- core to Government. The decision to dispose was further underpinned by the fact that some of the resorts were seriously loss making. Aventura was disposed through a normal purchase and sale process however difficulties were encountered in concluding the process all together. The process was beset by land claims in some of the areas (e.g Blydepoort, Swadini and Tshipise) where the resorts were situated, incorrect description of the Aventura properties, e.g there were discrepancies in Aventura property description set out in the Deeds office and the inventory/schedule of those properties laid out in the Overvaal Resorts Limited Act 127 of 1993. These difficulties caused the disposal of Aventura to be protracted. Thus, against the background that the Aventura resorts were already sold even though difficulties in transferring some of them were encountered, in 2013 an optimal route to bring closure to the purchase and sale process was considered and liquidation was found to be appropriate. The Shareholder (Minister of Public Enterprises) then passed a resolution to liquidate Aventura.

(c) (i) the eight(8) resorts were sold to a company called Forever Siyonwaba Consortium

(ii) the Purchase Price for the eight was R200m.

 

       
         
         
       
       
       

14 December 2018 - NW3242

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Motau, Mr SC to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What (a) amount did (i) his department and (ii) each entity reporting to him borrow from any entity in the People’s Republic of China (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2018, (b) is the name of the lender of each loan, (c) conditions are attached to each loan and (d) are the repayment periods for each loan in each case?

Reply:

DPE RESPONSE

The Department of Public Enterprises did not borrow any money from any entity in the People’s Republic of China in the past three financial years to date.

According to the information received from Eskom

(a)(i)

The Department of Public Enterprises did not borrow any money from any entity in the People’s Republic of China in the past three financial years to date.

(a)(ii)

Annexure A provides amount borrowed from China Development Loan (CDB) in each of the past three financial years and since 1 April 2018; the name of the lender of each loan, conditions attached to each loan and the repayment periods for each loan.

Eskom wishes not to disclose full terms and conditions of the loans as this information is commercially sensitive and would constitute breach of confidence.

Response is according to information received from South African Airways:

South African Airways has no loan agreements from any entity in the People’s Republic of China.

Response is according to information received from South African Express:

South African Express has not raised any loans with the People’s Republic of China in the past three years.

Alexkor, Denel, Safcol and Transnet responses not received.

14 December 2018 - NW3893

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

What was the total monetary value of textile (a) exports and (b) imports in each of the past five financial years?

Reply:

(a) Exports

Country’s textile exports per year

2013 R' million

2014 R' million

2015 R' million

2016 R' million

2017 R' million

Textile

6 713

Textile

7 175

Textile:

7 837

Textile

8 964

Textile

10 201

 

(b) Imports

Country’s textile imports per year

2013 R' million

2014 R' million

2015 R' million

2016 R' million

2017 R' million

Textile

12 975

Textile

14 295

Textile

15 967

Textile

17 112

Textile

17 169

14 December 2018 - NW3611

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Cardo, Dr MJ to ask the Minister of Economic Development

What is the (a) total amount spent by the Competition Commission on the Market Inquiry into the Private Healthcare Sector since its establishment in 2013 and (b) detailed breakdown of the amount spent by the Competition Commission on services provided by external (i) economists, (ii) lawyers, (iii) expert consultants and (iv) a certain legal firm (name furnished)?

Reply:

The Competition Commission set up a Market Inquiry under the current provisions of the Competition Act, in 2014 to consider the state of competition in the private healthcare market, covering a large number of services across the value-chain.

An independent Panel was appointed by the Commissioner to preside over the market inquiry, chaired by ex Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo, and it engaged Experts as panellists and a number of specialists to support the Chairperson and Panel of Experts.

The Commission decided that a mix of skills would ensure that the Panel oversees and evaluates both legal (administrative, procedural) and technical (healthcare, health and competition economics) aspects of the inquiry. In addition to the mix of skills, the Commission also had to consider the independence of the various panel members. In particular, the Commission had to seek experts with relevant sector-specific experience that would not result in a conflict of interest. Details of the individual panel members appointed by the Commission to oversee the HMI are reflected in greater detail in Table 1 below:

TABLE 1: Panel members

Panellist

Reasons for selection

Chief Justice Ngcobo (Rtd)

  • Justice Ngcobo, in his capacity as the Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court was the head of the judiciary in the Republic of South Africa.

Dr Cees van Gent (Netherlands)

  • Dr van Gent has both competition economics, regulatory and health economics experience from the Netherlands. Unlike locally based competition economists, he has not presided over any matters that may be reviewed during this inquiry.

Professor Sharon Fonn

  • Professor Fonn is the Dean of Health Sciences at Wits. She brings sector and system-wide experience.She is a well-respected academic with extensive publications.

Dr Ntuthuko Bhengu

  • Dr Bhengu has public and private sector experience. He has also worked in nearly all parts of the private healthcare sector, bringing experience from all relevant markets.

Dr Lungiswa Nkonki

  • Dr Nkonki holds a PhD in health economics. She is an academic and has no conflicts of interests in the sector.

The total amount spent by the Competition Commission on the Market Inquiry into the Private Healthcare Sector since its establishment in 2013 amounts to R196 949 637.

The detailed breakdown is as follows (Table 2):

Table 2: cost breakdown

No

Description

Amount

1

Legal Expertise & Litigation

R12,537,881.16

2

Healthcare Sector Experts

R5,627,139.65

3

Data Warehousing & Actuarial Services

R13,486,040.63

4

Data De-Identification & Security

R9,598,784.61

5

Economics Experts 

R38,959,579.39

6

Media and Communications

R1,391,211.99

7

Panel Members

R36,794,302.06

8

Human Resources and Operational costs

R78,554,697.51

Total

R196 949 637

 

In respect of the Panel Members, payments were made as follows (table 3):

Table 3: Payments made to Panel Members.

Panel Members

Total

Justice Sandile Ngcobo

R5 929 016

Dr Ntuthuko Melusi Bhengu

R9 716 935

Cees Van Gent

R11 748 087

Dr Sharon Fonn

R3 328 763

Dr Lungiswa Nkonki

R6 071 501

In respect of the specific query in the Parliamentary Question regarding a certain law firm, I am advised that Ndzabandzaba Attorneys were not appointed to represent the Commission in the Market Inquiry and accordingly no monies were paid to them.

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14 December 2018 - NW3920

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Paulsen, Mr N M to ask the Minister of Science and Technology

Whether, with reference to the reply of the Minister of Public Service and Administration to question 141 for oral reply on 7 September 2018, her department and the entities reporting to her implemented the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council resolution that all persons employed in the Public Service as Assistant Directors must have their salary level upgraded from level 9 to level 10, and that all Deputy Directors must have their salary level upgraded from level 11 to level 12; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The Department implemented Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) resolution 3 of 2009, for employees that qualified. There was no one on salary level 9 and 11 who qualified for upgrade.
2. This resolution is not applicable to entities

14 December 2018 - NW3514

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Mulder, Dr CP to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

(a) How many (i) public servants and (ii) Ministers have received legal and financial support from the state annually since 1 January 2014 during court cases arising from the execution of their duties and (b) what were the costs related to each specified case; (2) in how many cases have such civil servants and Ministers forfeited their administrative protection; (3) whether the financial expenses associated with such forfeited cases have been recouped from the said civil servants and Ministers; if not, why not; if so, what is the extent of the financial expenses recouped in each case; (4) whether he will make a statement about the matter?

Reply:

I have been informed by the Office of the Acting Chief Litigation Officer as follows:

(1)(a)(i) 526 public servants; and (ii) 4 Ministers; and (b) the statistics concerned regarding the costs, have not been kept separately, because they are managed in the normal processes and kept with all other files, which are allocated to a State Attorney if and when such an application is brought. The costs that could be sourced, are indicated in the tables below.

(2) None. In the normal processes in State Attorneys’ Offices, such statistics are not kept separately, but are kept with all other normal files and allocated to a State Attorney if and when such an application is brought. In respect of the Heads of Department, Chief Financial Officers and Members of the Executive Council who applied for State cover, no separate record or statistics of such matters, were kept.

(3) No, because I have been informed that it is mostly SAPS members who are faced with this situation; and SAPS recoup the money themselves. The SAPS members sign an undertaking to pay before the matter is referred to the State Attorneys’ Offices and SAPS executes it internally.

(4) No such statement is necessary.

Background information:

The tables below provide statistical information of the Offices of the State Attorneys and the Chief Directorate: Law Enforcement within the Office of the Chief Litigation Officer dealing with matters of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development:

1. STATE ATTORNEY: BLOEMFONTEIN

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

43

None

R267 431.74

None

None

None

2015

5

None

R50 015.47

None

None

None

2016

95

None

R700 828.03

None

None

None

2017

27

None

R289 980.35

None

None

None

2018

33

None

R304 75.30

None

None

None

2. STATE ATTORNEY: EAST LONDON

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

2

None

None

None

None

None

2015

2

None

None

None

None

None

2016

1

None

None

None

None

None

2017

3

None

R33 961.81

None

None

None

2018

None

None

None

None

None

None

3. STATE ATTORNEY: PRETORIA

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

None

None

None

None

None

None

2015

None

None

None

None

None

None

2016

None

None

None

None

None

None

2017

None

None

None

None

None

None

2018

9

4

None

None

None

None

4. STATE ATTORNEY: DURBAN

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

None

None

None

None

None

None

2015

None

None

None

None

None

None

2016

None

None

None

None

None

None

2017

None

None

None

None

None

None

2018

None

None

None

None

None

None

5. STATE ATTORNEY: MTHATHA

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

None

None

None

None

None

None

2015

None

None

None

None

None

None

2016

None

None

None

None

None

None

2017

None

None

None

None

None

None

2018

2

None

None

None

None

None

6. STATE ATTORNEY: KIMBERLEY

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

None

None

None

None

None

None

2015

None

None

None

None

None

None

2016

None

None

None

None

None

None

2017

None

None

None

None

None

None

2018

None

None

None

None

None

None

Regarding the Kimberley State Attorneys’ Office, it has been reported that no records were kept regarding public servants. Nor were records kept of Ministers who received legal representation in the scope of their duties.

7. STATE ATTORNEY: MAHIKENG

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

None

None

None

None

None

None

2015

None

None

None

None

None

None

2016

None

None

None

None

None

None

2017

None

None

None

None

None

None

2018

None

None

None

None

None

None

Regarding the Mahikeng State Attorneys’ Office, the information as received from the Office of the State Attorney, is that the State Attorneys have represented Ministers in all claims. This was however in the official (normal) capacity and not in their personal capacity. The State Attorney, Mahikeng is therefore not aware of any Minister who forfeited administrative protection. Therefore the Head of the Office informs me that there are no such cases.

The Office of the State Attorney has also represented individual officials in their official capacities who were cited as co-defendants with the relevant Minister. The State Attorney is not aware of any of those officials who forfeited their administrative protection. Therefore the Head of Office informs me that there are no such cases.

As the Office has not kept statistics of this nature before, it is not possible to provide a breakdown of the costs incurred in respect of all these cases. In this respect, I am informed that there are no costs to report on, as there were no such cases where the Minister, Member of the Executive Council (MEC) or Officials have applied for legal representation in their personal capacity.

8. STATE ATTORNEY: JOHANNESBURG

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

66

None

R1 188 735.00

None

None

None

2015

49

None

R1 462 626.00

None

None

None

2016

18

None

R395 845.00

None

None

None

2017

10

None

R222 566.00

None

None

None

2018

8

None

R22 292.00

None

None

None

9. STATE ATTORNEY: CAPE TOWN

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

None

None

None

None

None

None

2015

None

None

None

None

None

None

2016

None

None

None

None

None

None

2017

None

None

None

None

None

None

2018

135

None

None

None

None

None

10. STATE ATTORNEY: THOHOYANDOU

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

4

None

R36 559.00

None

None

None

2015

None

None

None

None

None

None

2016

None

None

None

None

None

None

2017

1

None

R4 305.00

None

None

None

2018

None

None

None

None

None

None

11. STATE ATTORNEY: PORT ELIZABETH

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

2

None

R31 468.00

None

None

None

2015

3

None

R138 372.00

None

None

None

2016

5

None

None

None

None

None

2017

None

None

None

None

None

None

2018

None

None

None

None

None

None

12. STATE ATTORNEY: POLOKWANE

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

None

None

None

None

None

None

2015

None

None

None

None

None

None

2016

None

None

None

None

None

None

2017

None

None

None

None

None

None

2018

None

None

None

None

None

None

Regarding the Polokwane State Attorneys’ Office, the Head of Office has reported that there are no such applications that have been submitted to their office. Hence the nil return on the table, above.

13. CHIEF DIRECTORATE: LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

Year

No. of Public servants

No. of Ministers

Costs for public servants

Costs for Ministers

No. of cases where public servants forfeited their administrative protection

No. of cases where Ministers forfeited their administrative protection

2014

None

None

None

None

None

None

2015

None

None

None

None

None

None

2016

None

None

None

None

None

None

2017

None

None

None

None

None

None

2018

3

None

None

None

None

None

14 December 2018 - NW3285

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Dlamini, Ms L to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether (a) his department and/or (b) entities reporting to him awarded any contracts and/or tenders to certain companies (names and details furnished) from 1 January 2009 up to the latest specified date for which information is available; if so, in each case, (i) what service was provided, (ii) what was the (aa) value and (bb) length of the tender and/or contract, (iii) who approved the tender and/or contract and (iv) was the tender and/or contract in line with all National Treasury and departmental procurement guidelines?

Reply:

DPE Response

The Department of Public Enterprises has not awarded any contracts to the mentioned companies.

According to the information received from Eskom

(b)

Of the list of companies provided, Eskom awarded contracts to DCD Group and Vox Telecommunications.

Eskom did not award contracts to Afrit; Elgin Brown and Hamer; Elgin Dock; Diesel and Turbo Service Centre; Afrit prop Co; Vox Holdings; Interpair Services; Siminglo (RF); Cancerian Investments; Hulisani Consortium and Phuma Finance

(b)(i)(ii)(aa)(bb)(iii)(iv)

Annexure A provides details of services provided, value of the contracts, and length of the contract, the committee that approved the contact and whether the contract is in line with National Treasury.

Although Eskom did not award contracts to Hulisani Consortium, there were dealings with Hulisani Consulting and 52 payments totaling to R4.4 million were made since 2016. All the payments to the supplier were made against once off purchase orders except for two payments valued at R18 000 which were condonation.

Alexkor, Denel, Safcol, SAA, SAX and Transnet responses not received.

14 December 2018 - NW3740

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Maynier, Mr D to ask the President of the Republic

(1)Whether he was made aware of the (a) attack on editors on social media and/or (b) meeting held with the SA National Editors Forum by the Minister of Finance, Mr T T Mboweni; if so, what is the position in this regard; (2) whether (a) he and/or (b) any person in his Office communicated (i) directly or (ii) indirectly with Mr T T Mboweni on this matter; if not, in each case, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

(1) (a) No

(b) No. I am encouraged by the fact that the Minister of Finance reached out to the SA National Editors Forum and had a constructive discussion on matters that were of concern to both parties.

(2) (a) No

(b) No

14 December 2018 - NW3672

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Alberts, Adv A to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1) What number of schools in Gauteng in each year since 1 January 2014, (a) (i) were built and (ii) should have been built and (b) what are the relevant details for the specified results; (2) whether, if the results are negative, existing single-medium schools will be forced to include learners speaking other languages so that such schools will eventually become dual medium schools; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

 

1. (a)(i) The table below indicates the number of planned schools and schools built since the 2014/15 financial year.

Financial Year

Target

Schools Built

School Name

2014/15

11

13

1. Munsieville Primary School

2. Iketleng Primary (Hammanskraal) School

3. Nellmapius Primary School

4. Phomolong Primary School

5. Oos Rand Secondary School

6. Buhle Park Primary School

7. Fochville Secondary School

8. Magaliesburg Secondary School

9. Freedom Park Secondary School

10. Naturena Primary No. 2 School

11. Slovoville Primary School

12. Imphendulo Primary School

13. Rosslyn Primary School

2015/16

13

16

1. Chief A Luthuli Primary School No.2 

2. Christiaanville (Montana Poort Primary School)

3. Doornkop (Obed Mosiane Primary School)

4. Etwatwa Primary School

5. Evans Park Primary School

6. Glen Vista Primary School

7. Kaalfontein Secondary School

8. Khutsong South Primary School

9. Mahareng Secondary School

10. Nellmapius Ext.6 Primary School

11. Palmridge Secondary School

12. Protea Glen Primary School

13. Ratanda Bertha Gxowa Primary School

14. Soshanguve East Secondary School 

15. Soshanguve Primary School

16. Tswelapele (Andrew Mapheto Primary School)

2016/17

13

08

1. Bophelong New Secondary School

2. Ga-Rankuwa Primary School

3. Mokone Marupeng Primary School

4. Moses Kotane Primary School

5. Nellmapius Secondary School

6. Nomzamo Madikizela Mandela Primary School

7. Sinenhlanhla Primary School

8. Wierdapark Primary School

2017/18

05

06

1. Olievenhoutbosch Sec No.2/Seshegong Sec School

2. Everest Primary School

3. Menzi Primary school

4. Julius Sebolai Primary School

5. Marotola Primary School

6. Nokuthula Special School (LSEN school)

(ii) Please see (i) above.

(b) The Department has a backlog in relation to the new and replacement schools, that is perpetuated by the constant influx of learners into the province. The Department has not achieved all its targets related to building schools, as indicated in (a) above, due to a number of reasons that have had an adverse impact on the delivery of schools. These include but not limited to:

• Budgetary Constraints;

• Under perfomance by contractors;

• Community disruptions; and

• Inclement weather.

2. The Department will not be forcing but engaging and encouraging the existing single-medium schools that have received a sufficiently large number of learner applications for admission, to offer additional languages and thereby become dual-medium schools. It must be noted that the process is guided by, amongst others, the number of applications to a school.

14 December 2018 - NW3618

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs

Whether there are any plans in place to ban microbeads in the country; if not, why not; if so, by what date will the ban come into effect?

Reply:

The microbeads in cosmetics and disinfectants have been highlighted as having a negative environmental impact. The regulatory control of both cosmetics and disinfectants is administered by the Department of Health under regulations in the Foodstuffs, Cosmetics and Disinfectants Act, 1954
(Act 54 of 1972). The Department of Environmental Affairs is in engagement with both the Department of Health and South African Health Products Regulatory Authority, including providing comments on the amendment of cosmetics regulations to consider the phase-out of microbeads in cosmetics.

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14 December 2018 - NW3229

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Ryder, Mr D to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

What (a) amount did (i) her department and (ii) each entity reporting to her borrow from any entity in the People’s Republic of China (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2018, (b) is the name of the lender of each loan, (c) conditions are attached to each loan and (d) are the repayment periods for each loan in each case?

Reply:

There is no entity and/or department reporting to the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans that borrowed any amount from any entity in the People’s Republic of China

14 December 2018 - NW3874

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Mokoena, Mr L to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

What (a) number of (i) local films and (ii) film producers have received funding from (aa) his department and (bb) each of the entities reporting to him in each of the past five years and (b)(i) was the name of each company and (ii) total amount did each company receive in each case?

Reply:

My department supported (i) twelve (12) local films and (ii) eleven (11) film producers in the past five years. The entity reporting to my department, namely, the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) supported 408 local films and 65 film producers.

In respect of each case: (a) (i)(ii); (aa) (bb), (b)(i)(ii), relevant details are outlined and included as Annexure A and B, below.

(a) Number Local Film

(bb) YEAR

(I) NAME OF FILM

(ii) PRODUCER

(ii) AMOUNT

 

2014

None

None

None

1

2015

Dinizulu

Ms Khubu Zulu: Sakhuri Media

R 500 000

2

2016

Mangoyi Mother of Black resistance

Mr Nqaba Ngoyi: Fort Films

R1 147 290

3

2016

Khalushi

Mr Mandla Dube: Montage online

R3 000 000

4

2017

Cinema from within: Who are we really

Mr Teddy Mattera

R 500 000

5

2017

Table Manners

Ms Nkuli Sibeko & Mr Leli Maki: Jack & Jill Productions

R 500 000

6

2017

Winnie

Mr Steven Markovits: Big World Cinema

R 800 000

7

2017

The Whale Caller

Mr Zola Maseko: Black Roots Productions

R 600 000

8

2017

Noem My Skolie

Ms Motshidi & Mr David Maxbrown: Maxi D Productions

R 300 000

9

2017

Visual Artists Living Legends: Documentary

Mr Monna Mokoena: Momo Gallery Foundation

R 800 000

10

2017

Mandela Man of Peace: Documentary

Ms Xoliswa Sithole: Nayanaya Productions

R 800 000

11

2017

Inkonyana yohlanga

Imiliza Productions

R 800 000

12

2018

Mandela Man of Peace: Documentary

Ms Xoliswa Sithole: Nayanaya Productions

R1 500 000

TOTAL

 

12 x Local Films

11 x Producers

R11 247.290

Annexure A. Local Films and Producers as well as amount supported by my Department in the past five years:

ANNEXURE B. Films supported by the Department’s entity, National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF)

Approved Projects 2014- 2015

Cycle 1

Documentary Development

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

Ocean Driven

Chris Bertish

CMB Agencies

R100 000.00

Feature Length Development

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

Break it Down

Lorreal Ferris

N/A

R140 000.00

Collide

Mpho Kgosana

Virya Management

R200 000.00

Strange Love

Zuko Yafele

Durban Motion Pictures

R200 000.00

The Wasteland

Mark Engels

Blast Films

R200 000.00

Production Documentaries

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

A True Patriot?

Kevin Harris

Rainbow Independent

Film & TV Productions

R100 000.00

iAfrikaner

Joanna Higgs

Go Trolley Films

R191 760.00

Wild Dog and Mrs

Heart

Riaan Hendricks

A Season of Film

R200 000.00

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

Echo Beach

Jyoti Mistry

Blackboard Trust

R600 000.00

Krotoa

Roberta Durrant

Penguin Films

R1 200 000.00

The Umbrella Man

Linda Bogle

WE 3 Films

R1 200 000.00

Production Short Films

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

Into the Ring

Francois Le Pere

Allegoria

R198 440.00

The Man with the

Dragging Leg

Janette De Villiers

Groundglass

R200 000.00

The Marriage of

Heaven and Hell

Cornel Rayners

Saint Moonriver

Productions

R200 000.00

Female filmmaker project

Carolyn Carew

Female Filmmaker projects

R176 800

Approved Projects 2014 2015

Cycle 2

Documentary Development

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

Double Lives of Children of Revolutionaries

Khalo Matabane

BFM Features (PTY)LTD

R120 000.00

Skate

Joe-Anne Mirosevic

Alpha-Beta Project

Management

R91 200.00

Smoke and

Thunder

Malcom Macnaughton

Malcom Macnaughton

R100 000.00

The Sound Of

Masks

Kofi Zwana

N/A

R100 000.00

Wizard of Zim

Samora Sekhukhune

Away From Keyboard

R120 000.00

Feature Length Development

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

An anthology Film

Feizel Mamdoo

N/A

R189 000.00

Harmony

Tim Argall

bugbox

R250 000.00

Knock on

John Volmink

Diprente

R120 000.00

Egypt’s Modern

Pharaohs

Rehad Desai

Uhuru Productions

R350 000.00

Hard Livings

Jason Staggie

Accidental Films and TV

R350 000.00

When Buddah comes to Africa

Nicole Schafer

Thinking strings Media

R100 000.00

The Fix

Saskia Schiel

Stage5 Films

R199 100.00

The Legend of the

Karoo

Raffaella Delle Dome

N/A

R150 000.00

The Tree

Adraan Louw Venter

Urucu Media

R200 000.00

Short Film Development

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

Nyanga sky

Rafeeqah Galant

Echoledge

R110 000.00

Production Archive

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

The boy, The

Blade , The man

Mayenzeke Baza

Mandela Bay Pictures

R200 000.00

Production Documentaries

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

-

-

-

-

Production Features

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

Love The One You

Love

Jenna Bass

Fox Fire Films

R790 000.00

Production Short Films

Project Name

Applicant’s Name

Production Company

Amount Allocated

The Discovery of

Fire

Warren Ferreira

Tin Toy Productions

R200 000.00

The National Film and Video Foundation

14 December 2018 - NW3862

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Women in ThePresidency

(1) Whether (a) her Office and/or (b) any entity reporting to her contracted the services of a certain company (name and details furnished), in each of the past 10 financial years; if so, what (i) number of contracts were signed, (ii) was the date on which each contract was signed, (iii) was the duration of each contract, (iv) services did the company render and (v) was the monetary value of each contract in each case; (2) whether any irregular expenditure relating to the contracts was recorded and/or condoned in each case; if so, what are the relevant details?

06 December 2018 - NW3413

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to television, radio and newspaper advertising done by his department and the entities reporting to him, (a)(i) what are the details of adverts that were flighted and/or printed and (ii) on what medium were the adverts flighted and/or printed, (b) on what dates were the adverts printed and/or flighted, (c)(i) what were the objectives for the adverts in each case and (ii) how were those objectives measured in each instance and (d) what was the monthly spend on advertising?

Reply:

Department

(a)(i) In the 2017/18 The Department of Transport (DOT) requested Government Communications and Information System (GCIS) to assist with the media buying of their campaign to communicate their various programmes, events, new developments, future projects and their achievements. The department implemented the campaign on radio and television only there was no printing advertising.

The television advert was a road safety message recorded by the Honorable Minister to heighten awareness about road safety during the festive season and this was flighted on SABC stations during December 2017.

The radio adverts which were recorded and flighted highlighted the department’s achievements with regards to Public Transport and a road safety message.

(ii) The adverts were flighted on Television and Radio.

(b) The television advert flighted from 21/12/2017 – 04/01/2018

Radio Phase 1: 09 March 2018 – 16 March 2018

Radio Phase 2: 26 March 2018 – 03 April 2018

Radio Phase 3: 04 October 2018 – 11 October 2018

 

    1. The television advert flighted from 21/12/2017 – 04/01/2018.This was the Minister’s Festive Season Message with the objective of creating awareness about road safety and to encourage travellers to be safe on the road.

Radio Phase 1 & 2: 09 March 2018 – 03 April 2018. Easter Campaign, once again the main objective was to encourage people to drive and travel safely on the roads to their places of destination.

Radio Phase 3: 04 October 2018 – 11 October 2018 Transport Month Launch. The objective was creating awareness regarding the launch of Transport Month and also highlight the key projects and events for the month.

  1. The only element to be measured was the reach and frequency of the campaign which is measured using an independent media buying software called Telmar.

(d) The total expenditure on Television, SABC Stations, Community Stations and Commercial stations for the 2017/18 was R 9 678 478.48. Unfortunately, this cannot be broken down per month as the campaign was an ongoing campaign that started in December and ended at the start of Transport month this year.

Cross-Border Road transport Agency (C-BRTA)

(a)(i) The Cross-Border Road transport Agency (C-BRTA) does not utilise television, radio and newspaper advertising (ii) (b), (c) (i) (ii) and (d) Not applicable as no television, radion and newspaper advertising is utilised.

(a)(i) With reference to television, radio and newspaper advertising done by the Road Accident Fund (RAF) since 1 April 2018 to 31 October 2018,

(a)(ii) the details of the adverts flighted or printed are,

and (ii) the medium on which the adverts were flighted and/or printed was,

(b) the adverts were printed and/or flighted on the following dates,

(c)(i) in each case the objectives for the adverts were,

and (ii) in each instance the objectives were measured as follows,

road safety for primary school learners on TRU FM and Good Hope FM

radio

TRU FM: 16 April 2018 to 20 April 2018 and Good Hope FM: 23 April 2018 to 27 April 2018

to promote road safety among primary school learners

reach of targeted audience:

TRU FM - estimated listenership of 300 000 people and Good Hope FM - estimated listenership of 667 000 people

youth claimant’s statistics and road safety in Move! Drum, Daily Sun, Sunday Sun and Isolezwe

magazine and newspaper

Move! and Drum: 18 July 2018

Daily Sun: 11 July 2018

Sunday Sun: 15 July 2018

Isolezwe: 12 July 2018

to promote road safety and create awareness in respect of the RAF’s post-crash care

reach of targeted audience:

Drum - estimated readership of 2.9 million people

Daily Sun - estimated readership of 2.9 million people

Sunday Sun - estimated readership of 2.5 million people

Isolezwe - estimated readership of 1.2 million people

to clarify whether outstanding RAF claims will be processed under the Road Accident Benefit Scheme on Ukhozi FM, Umhlobo Wenene FM, Phalaphala FM, Munghana Lonene FM, Radio 2000, RSG, Ikwekwezi FM, Ligwalagwala FM Motsweding FM, Lesedi FM, Metro FM and Thobela FM

radio

17 September 2018 to 24 September 2018

to inform the public that the RAF has not ‘shut down’, but that it is still operating and processing claims and will continue to do so under the Road Accident Benefit Scheme dispensation

reach of target audience:

Ukhozi FM - estimated listenership of 7.5 million people

Umhlobo Wenene FM - estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

Phalaphala FM - estimated listenership of 739 000 people

Munghana Lonene FM - estimated listenership of 1.2 million people

Radio 2000, RSG - estimated listenership of 447 000 people

Ikwekwezi FM - estimated listenership of 1.3 million people

Ligwalagwala FM - estimated listenership of 947 000 people

Motsweding FM - estimated listenership of 2.6 million people

Lesedi FM - estimated listenership of 3.4 million people

Metro FM - estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

Thobela FM - estimated listenership of 2.8 million people

to promote the RAF’s products and services in the Daily Sun

newspaper

2, 16 and 31 October 2018

to promote direct claims processes, funeral benefits and the RAF’s footprint

reach of target audience:

Daily Sun - estimated readership of 5.3 million people

Skeem Saam storyline integration on North West FM, YFM and Capricorn FM

radio

30 October 2018 to 31 October 2018

to create awareness in respect of the Skeem Saam storyline integration and the RAF’s products and services

reach of target audience:

North West FM - estimated listenership of 212 000 people

YFM - estimated listenership of 706 000 people

Capricorn FM - estimated listenership of 549 000 people

event advertising for RAF – on – the – Road in Motherwell, East London on Umhlobo Wenene FM and Algoa FM

radio

Umhlobo Wenene FM: 23 April 2018 to 27 April 2018 and Algoa FM: 16 April 2018 to 27 April 2018

activation of communities to attend the RAF - on – the - Road campaign in the respective areas to promote direct claims and claims verification

reach of target audience:

Umhlobo Wenene FM - estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

Algoa FM - estimated listenership of 588 000 people

event advertising for RAF – on – the – Road in George, mini RAF – on – the – Road in Siyabuswa, RAF Mobi Blitz and Cape Town direct claims campaign on Eden FM, Ikwekwezi FM, Good Hope FM, Radio Zibonele, Rise FM and uMhlobo Wenene FM

radio

8 May 2018 to 31 May 2018

activation of communities to attend the RAF - on – the - Road campaign in the respective areas to promote direct claims, claims verification and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

Eden FM - estimated listenership of 115 000 people

Ikwekwezi FM - estimated listenership of 1.3 million people

Good Hope FM - estimated listenership of 667 000 people

Radio Zibonele - estimated listenership of 236 000 people

Rise FM - estimated listenership of 47 000 people

uMhlobo Wenene FM - estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

event advertising for Cape Town direct claims campaign, Comrades Marathon, mini RAF – on – the – Road in Bizana, Libode and Mbombela and Mobi Blitz on Radio Zibonele, Umhlobo Wenene FM, Metro FM, 5 FM, Heart FM, Radio 2000, Ukhozi FM, Good Hope FM, Vaaltar FM, North West FM, Kanyamazane FM, Radio Turf, Madibaz, Rhodes FM, TUT FM, VUT FM and Ligwalagwala FM

radio

7 June 2018 to 30 June 2018

promoting RAF direct claims processes, claims verification and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

Radio Zibonele - estimated listenership of 236 000 people

Umhlobo Wenene FM - estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

Metro FM - estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

5 FM - estimated listenership of 862 000 people

Heart FM - estimated listenership of 838 000 people

Radio 2000 - estimated listenership of 477 000 people

Ukhozi FM - estimated listenership of 7.2 million people

Good Hope FM - estimated listenership of 588 000 people

Vaaltar FM - estimated listenership of 71 000 people

North West FM - estimated listenership of 203 000 people

Kanyamazane FM - estimated listenership of 10 000 people

Radio Turf - estimated listenership of 29 000 people

Madibaz - estimated listenership of 27 000 people

Rhodes FM - estimated listenership of 24 000 people

TUT FM - estimated listenership of 1 000 people

VUT FM - estimated listenership of 96 000 people

Ligwalagwala FM - estimated listenership of 1.5 million people

event advertising for mini RAF – on – the – Road in De Aar, Butterworth and Strand, RAF – on – the – Road in Bungeni and Empangeni and RAF open days in Kroonstad and Bothaville on Ukhozi FM, Icora FM, Gagasi FM, Umhlobo Wenene FM, Zibonele FM, Heart FM, Munghana Lonene FM, Capricorn FM, Segosese FM, Giyani FM, Hlanganani FM, Lesedi FM and RSG

radio

14 July 2018 to 28 July 2018

activation of communities to attend the RAF – on – the - Road campaign in the respective areas to promote direct claims, claims verification and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

Ukhozi FM - estimated listenership of 7.2 million people

Icora FM - estimated listenership of 135 000 people

Gagasi FM - estimated listenership of 1.4 million people

Umhlobo Wenene FM - estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

Zibonele FM - estimated listenership of 236 000 people

Heart FM - estimated listenership of 634 000 people

Munghana Lonene estimated listenership of 1.2 million people

Capricorn FM - estimated listenership of 1.4 million people

Segosese FM - estimated listenership of 110 000 people

Giyani FM - estimated listenership of 25 000 people

Hlanganani - FM estimated listenership of 41 000 people

Lesedi FM - estimated listenership of 4 million people

RSG - estimated listenership of 1.5 million people

event advertising for RAF – on – the – Road in Thokoza, mini RAF – on – the – Road in Mqanduli, Boitekong and Volsrust and a RAF open day in Thabazimbi on Lesedi FM, Kasie FM, Motsweding FM and Umhlobo Wenene FM

radio

4 August 2018 to 25 August 2018

activation of communities to attend the RAF – on – the - Road campaign in the respective areas to promote direct claims, claims verification and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

Lesedi FM - estimated listenership of 4 million people

Kasie FM - estimated listenership of 97 000 people

Motsweding FM - estimated listenership of 2.6 million people

Umhlobo Wenene FM -estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

to promote the #Keepitsimple campaign (direct claims promotion) and event advertising for RAF – on – the – Road and mini RAF – on – the – Road in Lusikisiki on Umhlobo Wenene FM, Motsweding FM, Rise FM, and Mughana Wenene FM

radio

1 September 2018 to 30 September 2018

activation of communities to attend the RAF -on – the - Road campaign in the respective areas to promote direct claims, claims verification and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

Umhlobo Wenene FM - estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

Motsweding FM - estimated listenership of 2.6 million people

Rise FM - estimated listenership of 46 000 people

Mughana Wenene FM - estimated listenership of 925 000 people

event advertising for RAF – on – the – Road in Port Shepstone and Nyanga,

radio story integration (direct claims promotion), Paddle Power collaboration (road safety awareness drive) and support for the Durban regional office on Radio Zibonele, Umhlobo Wenene FM, Ukhozi FM, Thobela FM, Metro FM, Voice of Cape Town and Radio786

radio

6 October 2018 to 29 October 2018

activation of communities to attend the RAF – on – the - Road campaign in the respective areas to promote direct claims, claims verification and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

Radio Zibonele - estimated listenership of 236 000 people

Umhlobo Wenene FM - estimated listenership 4.1 million

Ukhozi FM - estimated listenership of 7.2 million people

Thobela FM - estimated listenership of 2.1 million people

Metro FM - estimated listenership of 4.1 million people

Voice of Cape Town - estimated listenership of 122 000 people

Radio786 - estimated listenership of 155 000 people

direct claims promotion on SABC 1 (Sports @ 10 interview) and SABC 2

(Comrades Marathon advertising with rotating logo, squeeze backs and a TVC)

television

9 June 2018 to 10 June 2018

to promote direct claims and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

SABC 2 - estimated average weekly target audience of 24.9 million people

direct claims promotion on SABC 1 (Skeem Saam story integration), SABC 2 (TVC, squeeze backs, opening and closing billboards)

television

24 September 2018 to 30 September 2018

to promote direct claims and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

SABC 1 - estimated average weekly target audience of 25.8 million people

direct claims promotion on Skeem Saam story integration on SABC 2

television

1 October 2018 to 31 October 2018

to promote direct claims and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

SABC 2 - estimated average weekly target audience of 24.9 million people

direct claims promotion in By the Way newspaper

newspaper

1 June 2018 to 30 June 2018

to promote direct claims and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

By the Way - estimated readership of 100 000 people

direct claims promotion for women’s month in Drum and Sunday Times

magazine and newspaper

9 August 2018 to 24 August 2018

to promote direct claims and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

Drum - estimated average weekly target audience of 51 000 people

Sunday Times - estimated readership of 3.5 million people

direct claims promotion in By the Way newspaper

newspaper

1 September 2018 to 30 September 2018

to promote direct claims and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

By the Way - estimated readership of 100 000 people

event advertising for RAF – on – the – Road in Nyanga in the Voice of Cape Town newspaper

newspaper

10 October 2018

activation of communities to attend the RAF – on – the - Road campaign in the respective areas to promote direct claims, claims verification and RAF access points

reach of target audience:

Voice of Cape Town - estimated listenership of 122 000 people

and (d) the monthly spend on advertising was

 

Media and public relations

Marketing

April

R121 509.00

R696, 319.95

May

N/A

R519,268.80

June

R266 327.24

R1,712,916.00

July

N/A

R2,236,278.64

August

N/A

R 753,683.63

September

R1 408 209.50

R616, 806.19

October

R357 403.44

R1 996 251.00

Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC

(a)(i) The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) took out adverts about the introduction of the National Traffic Information System (NaTIS) Online Pre-Booking Service in Gauteng. The online services are: Online Pre-booking for Learner’s Licence appointments; Online Pre-Booking for Driving licence appointments; Online Booking for renewal of driving licence cards

(ii) The adverts were placed in the following publications: Business Day, The Citizen, Pretoria News, Sowetan, The Star, Sunday World and City Press

(b) The print adverts were placed between 3 September to 4 October 2018

Pretoria News

3 September 2018

3 October 2018

The Star

31 August 2018

4 October 2018

Citizen

3 September 2018

4 October 2018

City Press

2 September 2018

 

Sowetan

5 September 2018

 

Sunday World

2 September 2018

 

Business Day

31 August 2018

 

(c) (i) the objectives for the adverts in each case were:

To introduce, create awareness and promote the NaTIS Online Pre-Booking and licence renewal services.

To generate maximum publicity and awareness for the Pre-Booking online services which will eliminate bribery and fraudulent activities at DLTCs as it pertains to the ‘selling’ of slots online system.

To reduce the number of people queuing to renew their licences and time spent in queues.

(ii) The objectives were measured by monitoring the number of people that were using the system compared to those who walked into the DLTCs to make applications.

As of 30 September, the online applicants have exceeded walk-ins consistently

Data extracted as at 31 October 2018.

(d) Total Advertising spend in print publications: August – September = R 500 000.00

South African Nations Road Agency (SANRAL)

(a)(i) The South African Nations Road Agency (SANRAL) the details of the advert flighted and printed below under the heading Campaigns

(ii) The mediums of adverts flighted and printed below under the heading Detail.

(b) The dates of the flighting and publications listed below under the heading Dates.

(i) CAMPAIGNS

(ii) MEDIUMS UTILISED

(b) DATES

"Coffee" Launch Campaign

Radio-Power Fm, Capricorn Fm, East Coast Radio, Jacaranda Fm, Kaya Fm, 702, Cape Talk, Metro FM, Ukhozi Fm, Motsweding Fm, Thobela Fm, Umhlobo Wenene Fm, Ikwekwezi Fm, Phalaphala Fm, RSG & Jozi Fm.

Week commencing (wc) 27 May - wc 5 August

"Coffee" Launch Campaign

Print Schedule – Mainstream (City Press, Daily Sun, Sowetan, Sunday Sun, Sunday World, Mail & Guradian, Business Report, Citizen, Sunday Times & Rapport)

27 May - 24 July

"Coffee" Launch Campaign

TV-SABC 1,2 3, eTV, eNCA news package, Tennis package, Breaking news package (CNN, Sky News & BBC), Limited offer Package.

27 May - 30 June

Youth Month Campaign

Youth Month Campaign- 38 Community print titles

wc 24 June

Adhoc Print Schedule

IMIESA Magazine- IFC

August, Oct, Nov

Adhoc Print Schedule

ON ROUTE Magazine - A4FC

September & December

Brand Family TV Phase 3 Mainstream

S1, S2, S3, Etv, DSTV Packages 3 x 30" Ads

26 Aug- September

Adhoc Print Schedule

Aspire magazine, Pan African Parliament, Business Day Empowerment, African Decisions, Future Stars & The Thinker.

August & October

Youth Event OB

OB - Ikwekwezi FM

30th June 2018

Bell MOU Print

The Business Report (The Star, Mercury, Cape Times, Pretoria News)

29th July

PIARC 2018

Engineering News, PSM, Kuluma, Construction World & Sawubona)

Aug, Sep, Oct

Women's Month Campaign

City Press, Daily Sun, Rapport, Son, Sowetan, The Star, The Mercury, Daily Dispatch, Mail& Guardina, Cape Argus & Citizen.

August

Nelson Mandela Centenary Print MainStream

City Press, Daily Sun, Beeld, Sowetan, Daily Dispatch, Sunday World, Mail&Guardian, Business Report, Isolezwe & Citizen.

August

Nelson Mandela Centenary Print Community

Imbewu news, Inhlumelo news, Rainbow news, St Frances Chronicle, Skawara news, Pondo news, Taxi mail, Izimvo zabantu, Xhamla Press, Ikhwezi la se Mthata, Dikelethu news.

August

Brand TV Phase 3 Community

Soweto, 1KZN, Bay & Tshwane TV = 30" @150 spots

August - September

Brand TV Phase 3 Mainstream

Cape Town TV = 30" @93 spots

August - September

Brand Radio Phase 3 Mainstream

23 Stations @ 382 spots - 30"

August-September

Brand Radio Phase 3 Community

11 Stations @304 spots

August-September

Albertina Sisulu Outdoor MS

2 X Sites Orlando West Soweto

September & October

Albertina Sisulu Print Mainstream

City Press, Daily Sun, Rapport, Isolezwe, Sowetan, The Star, The Mercury, Daily Dispatch, Mail& Guardian and The Herald.

September

Albertina Sisulu Print Community

16 Titles @30x6FC

September

Road Safety 365 Radio mainstream

30" ads All languages

September & October

Road Safety 365 TV mainstream

45" & 30" Ads - SABC, ETV, DSTV PACKAGES

September & October

Road Safety 365 Print mainstream

City Press, Rapport, Daily Sun, Beeld, Sowetan, Daily Dispatch, Sunday World, Mail&Guardian, Cape Argus, The Star, The Herald, The Mercury & The Citizen.

September

Road Safety 365 TV Community

Soweto, 1KZN, Bay & Tshwane TV = 45" @196 spots

September & October

Road Safety 365 Radio Community

Jozi Fm, Rise Fm, Motheo Fm, Mahikeng Fm, Radio Unitra, Icora, Energy Fm, Radio Teemaneng & Radio Tygerberg.

September & October

Road Safety 365 Print Community

46 titles

September

Adhoc Print Schedule

4 Titles - Car&Getaway magazine, MansiTravel, Business Intergrator, AA Travel

Dec, Jan, March

FMS TOLL CAMPAIGN

City Press, Rapport, Daily Sun, Sowetan, Sunday Times (Lifestyle Magazine), Mail&Guardian (Transport Month Supplement) & Transport Tribune.

October

Top Employer

M&G Feature

October

Transport Month Ministerial Interviews

5 Stations @ 2 x 30 minutes interviews

October

Transport Month Ministerial Pre-Event Print MS

The Mercury, Isolezwe (KZN edition, Daily News, Zululand Observer, Sowetan (KZN edition), Daily Sun (KZN edition), Mail Guardian (Transport Month supplement)

October

Transport Month Ministerial OB

Morning Live OB plus News Clock & Squeeze backs

30th October

(c)(i) SANRAL develops a detail communication strategy that links to the National Communication Strategy Framework (NCSF). All sub-strategies and campaigns link to the overall SANRAL communication strategy as well as SANRAL pillars of operations. The objectives of the campaigns indicated were as follows:

  1. Business coffee campaign: An approved strategy guides SANRAL’s marketing and communications and it was informed by and consistent with the National Communication Strategy Framework. SANRAL strives continually to improve our communication engagement with members of the public, to inform them of our work and increase understanding of what the SANRAL brand represents. The good reputation of SANRAL is invaluable to our ability to play a role in promoting national investment, growing the economy and creating jobs. 

We have endeavored to present a comprehensive picture of how we deliver on our mandate to assist road users. The business coffee concept was developed to reinforce the universal truth of how interconnected our lives are, even the everyday things that we may overlook are the products of an interconnected network of people, business, and products that are all woven together by a vast system of national roads. SANRAL manages 22 214km of roads throughout South Africa. These roads are the driving force of South Africa that contribute to the GDP of the south African economy.

Business relies on the infrastructure of the roads to drive the economy. SANRAL has a responsibility to ensure that it delivers roads that are well designed, constructed and maintained. This safely engineered infrastructure aids in the driving experience; assists in prolonging the wear and tear of cars and trucks using these roads and enabling users to get themselves and goods to their intended destinations. This advert is pertinent in the current environment of needing to stimulate economic growth by investing in infrastructure.

The coffee ad was powerful and in line with SANRAL’s Horizon 2030 strategy. The commercial demonstrates the role and impact of road infrastructure in supporting businesses both large and small.

The commercial took the agricultural sector as an example and demonstrated through the harvesting and logistical transportation of coffee beans, bringing them to market and eventually at the consumer's hand to enjoy. It also reaffirms SANRAL’s slogan of beyond roads, as roads are not an end in themselves but a means to improving people's lives.

  1. Brand Family:

As with the Business Coffee campaign the strategic intent was to profile how SANRAL goes ‘Beyond Roads’ to build advancements that connect. We want South Africans to think of SANRAL as the brand that brings the ability to connect with their loved ones, their jobs, new business opportunities, tourism, etc. We want them to see how easy and convenient it is to connect with the things that matter in their lives. The emotive approach to communications generated positive feedback about the brand from which we can be able to leverage.

  1. Youth Month:

The objective behind our youth campaign is to attract young talent and future leaders to our organisation whilst building the key stakeholder pillar. Whilst showcasing the bursary we offer to students. The tactic here has been to profile young graduates and their success stories within the different departments of SANRAL.

  1. Bell MOU: SANRAL has embarked on partnerships with companies to promote SMME utilisation and access to equipment. The advertorial aimed to showcase the importance of the MOU as well as to encourage other entities to come forth and offer similar opportunities for SMMEs.
  2. PIARC 2018:

The World Road Association-PIARC was established in 1909. It brings together the road administrations of 122 governments and has members -individuals, companies, authorities and organizations- in over 140 countries. The purpose of this is to share knowledge and techniques on roads and road transportation SANRAL was awarded the contract to host and run the PIARC conference in Cape Town from 4th – 9th November 2018. It is an international conference that is attended by road agencies, engineers and other road entities. As part of the commitment to this committee SANRAL was required to produce communication that would be used to announce the date and venue for this conference, invite delegates to attend and share knowledge about their countries or ideas on how to make roads work better for road users. In addition to this, an opportunity was awarded to students to attend a hackathon over a weekend to develop a road app that could be launched to public to assist with road usage. This hackathon was promoted in publications and on line. Entities were also invited to display posters showcasing their business at the conference.

  1. Women’s Day:

As part of the Horizon 2030, SANRAL has committed to uplift and empower women in South Africa. 9th August is international women’s day and SANRAL wanted to show their appreciation and respect of women.

  1. Nelson Mandela Centenary:

The commemoration of Nelson Mandela was integrated into the four communication blocks which already inform SANRAL’s communication strategy. These are: marketing and advertising; owned media; internal communications; social media; media engagement; community outreach; stakeholder engagement; and partnerships with other government departments and SOEs.

  1. Albertina Sisulu Centenary:

The commemoration of Albertina Sisulu was integrated into the four communication blocks which already inform SANRAL’s communication strategy. These are: marketing and advertising; owned media; internal communications; social media; media engagement; community outreach; stakeholder engagement; and partnerships with other government departments and SOEs.

The commemorative adverts were done to profile the role played by this amazing female leader during the apartheid era as well as her contribution towards education and the upliftment of communities. The aim was for South Africans especially our youth, who are our future leaders, to find inspiration in ma Sisulu and her achievements as a leader, as a woman, a mother, a wife, a daughter and still being a mother to all. SANRAL worked together with the Sisulu family to respectfully pay homage to a great female leader.

  1. Road Safety 365: Road safety is still one of South Africa’s biggest challenges. Every year 1,24 million people die in the world due to road crashes. South Africa contributes to the highest number of injuries and fatalities due to crashes on the roads. 60% of these victims are young people between ages 15 – 35 years of age. In addition to the effect on the economy it robs the country of skills and future leaders and affects economic growth. Bad and irresponsible behavior cannot be changed without all stakeholders working together (i.e. DOT, roads entities, the public, civil society groups, schools and more). So, when we look at a SANRAL Road Safety Campaign, we look at it from a ‘partners’ view. We see it as SANRAL contributing to the fight against road crashes and fatalities in SA. We look at other campaigns that have the same objectives in mind – and then see how we can add a different voice, a different point of view – that may resonate with South Africans.

While other campaigns are focused on the Easter and Festive Season periods, SANRAL’s approach is that of a year-long campaign. When other campaigns use gory visuals and scare tactics to make their point, we look at a more emotional, more ‘adult’ approach but also relatable to different target audiences – hence the theme of the legacy left by parents for their kids. That as ‘adults’ we should be mindful of our actions as they may encourage the next generation of drivers to do as we do.

The objective of the campaign is to:

promote safe road practices and behaviour amongst South Africans when travelling on the roads throughout the year.

increase road user engagement and personalise the message to the road users.

encourage all road users to respect the rules of the road – they are there for your safety.

As we reframe ‘road safety’ in the hearts and minds of South Africans, we are also reminding them of the results of irresponsible behaviour on our roads. The legacy element even if you are not a parent but an aunt or uncle, your nieces and nephews also look up to you.

  1. FMS Toll Campaign: As an agency of the government, much like others, SANRAL is painted with the same brush of mistrust, corruption and lack of questionable leadership. The past and the looming elections thrusts SANRAL at the centre of the conversation as another agency that doesn’t have the interest of the people at heart. So much so that even the road users who advocated for and are compliant are starting to lose faith in being the only ones who continue to do the right thing.

The overall objective is therefore educational in nature to shift perceptions about the user-pays, user-benefits principle as a road funding method from negative to neutral and/or positive. The aim is to

To educate the South African public about tolling

Promote the user-pays, user-benefits principle as a sustainable model for funding SA roads

To build effective relations with media and other relevant stakeholders

Encourage increased voluntary compliance regarding e-tolls and reduce opposition thereto.

Tolling is ultimately about the consumer’s hard-earned money and therefore the focus of this campaign is on the consumer: ME, MY CAR, MY JOURNEY AND MY MONEY.

  1. Top Employer:

The Top Employers Institute is a global HR certification organization that enables employers to improve their HR practices and enhance the working environment for their employees. Established more than 25 years ago, this year the Top Employers Institute certified over 1 500 organizations in 118 countries. These Certified Top Employers positively impact the lives of over 5,000,000 employees globally.

SANRAL was certified a Top Employer for the ninth consecutive year by the Top Employers Institute. In the face of fierce competition for engineering skills, SANRAL seeks to attract and retain talent through good working conditions, skilled human resources management, and growing its own talent. The approach has yielded results. SANRAL has a staff turnover rate of just 2.5% a year.

It is for this reason that SANRAL advertised in the official publication of the Top Employers
Awards.

  1. Transport Month: Transport Month is hosted yearly in October. SANRAL is one of Department of Transports entities that supports the awareness and significance of this month, in highlighting infrastructure delivery and its effect on the development of South Africa’s communities. The month also advances the economic benefits of the sector.

The Minister officially launched the Mt Edgecombe interchange during this month. The aim of the advertising was to profile the interchange and its benefits for the community as the communities and road users were interested in the progress of this massive upgrade. At an investment of R1.1 billion rand the interchange is one of the largest projects undertaken by SANRAL in KwaZulu-Natal and is more than a masterpiece of award-winning architecture - it is a vital artery of the greater eThekwini metropolitan highway system and has greatly contributed to SMME development. This upgrade has forever changed the landscape, and will no doubt become a recognizable landmark.

  1. Ad hoc advertising: SANRAL manages a fiscal year planning calendar and plots out its themes to be communicated per month. The Ad hoc advertising is carried out when approached by publications and broadcasts that offer value for money as well as links to the theme’s planned for in the year.

c(ii) The performance is tracked using the industry performance planning tool that provides the performance of the campaign which is reach, frequency and impact for broadcast. The campaign was tracked against viewership statistics supplied from the performance. For print, readership and circulation figures are reviewed.

(d) The following is the monthly spend for television, print and radio to date.

2018/19 FISCAL YEAR

SPEND AND ANTICIPATED SPEND

APRIL

R0,00

MAY

R23 562 438,50

JUNE

R854 710,13

JULY

R200 001,90

AUGUST

R5 390 291,83

SEPTEMBER

R10 309 136,13

OCTOBER

R5 550 691,37

 

Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)

 

(a)(i) The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) With reference to television, radio and newspaper

Adverts were flighted on radio and newspapers focusing on AARTO public awareness and education.

(ii) medium the adverts were flighted and/or printed,

The Bursaries were flighted on community radio stations and advertised on community newspapers.

Ministerial Imbizo adverts were flighted on community radio stations and community print newspapers

(b) dates when the adverts were printed and/or flighted,

1st August to 31st September 2018

15 -28 September 2018.

National Prayer day 10 October 2018 outside broadcast through Tembisa FM

26 October 2018 AARTO activation in Soweto, Maponya Mall

A Mandela centenary celebration done through print adverts and took place on the 1st to 18th July 2018

Albertina Sisulu centenary awareness campaign -1st to15th August 2018.

Traffic Reports on AARTO National Radio station- 15 September to 31st October 2018.

(c)(i) objectives for the adverts in each case and

The objective was to encourage potential first year’s students to apply for a bursary to study at a university of their choice. The focus was on Finance, Law and Road Traffic qualifications.

Ministerial Imbizo in Khayelitsha was focusing on AARTO and road safety education

To invite Ekurhuleni communities to the Agency’s flagship programme and to promote AARTO and road safety awareness

AARTO Mobile Office public awareness and educational drive. An Outside Broadcast was done via Jozi FM community radio station. The objective was to inform and invite the Soweto community to learn more about their rights and responsibility as prescribed by the AARTO Act.

To highlight the importance of education to the youth through the RTIA’s bursary scheme.

Albertina Sisulu centenary awareness campaign to highlight the role played by this stalwart in social cohesion. This print campaign was in line with motorists’ rights and responsibilities as prescribed in the AARTO Act.

Sponsoring AARTO Traffic Reports on National Radio station to educate motorists on AARTO Act.

(ii) how objectives measured in each instance and

The adverts are measured by the number of calls received in the call center and ratings reports from the media buyer from radio station on how many people were reached.

(d) what was the monthly spend on advertising?

Campaigns

Month of Placement

Amount

Bursary Recruitment Campaign

20 July 2018; 12 Aug – 18 Sept 2018

30 Seconds adverts

R 818 831.51

Ministerial Imbizo (Radio broadcast)

Sept – Oct

One week live reads

R 493 802.99

Ministerial Imbizo Print

21 Sept – Oct 2018

R 71 262.00

National Prayer Radio

14,19,21 &26 October 2018

R 179 978.00

Aarto Mobile Office Soweto Outreach

22-26 October One week live reads adverts

R 191 506.00

Mandela Campaign

13,18 & 22 July 2018

R 1 340 182.00

Mam Sisulu Campaign

8,12&14 August 2018

R 1 458 444.00

Traffic Reports

15 Sept – 30 Oct

30 Seconds Traffic sponsorship live reads

R 10 072348.68

TOTAL AMONUT

R 14 626 355.18

Railway Safety Regulator (RSR)

  1. (i) A public service announcement was made that deals with the challenges facing the railway

industry and the role that all stakeholders should play to ensure safer railways.

(ii)The announcement was flighted on SABC 1, 2, 3 and Cape Town TV.

  1. The adverts were flighted as follows:

Sales Area

Date

Time

Programme

SABC 1

2018/11/02

15h40

YOTV

 

2018/11/05

15h50

YOTV

 

2018/11/16

06H20

KIDS NEWS AND CURRENT AFFAIRS

 

2018/11/24

09H50

IMIZWILILI

 

2018/11/29

15H50

YOTV

SABC 2

2018/11/01

07H20

MORNING LIVE

 

2018/11/07

16h40

HECTIC NINE

 

2018/11/10

11H10

BLEACH

 

2018/11/14

16H40

HECTIC NINE

 

2018/11/26

07H10

MORNING LIVE

 

2018/11/28

07H40

MORNING LIVE

 

2018/11/30

06H50

MORNING LIVE

SABC 3

2018/11/02

12H50

MIAMI VICE S3

 

2018/11/05

13H40

ON POINT

 

2018/11/06

06H10

EXPRESSO

 

2018/11/11

10H10

ISIDINGO

 

2018/11/19

06H20

EXPRESSO

 

2018/11/26

06H40

EXPRESSO

 

2018/11/27

15H50

TOP BILLING

CAPE TOWN TV

SLOT

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

 

12/11/2018

13/11/2018

13/11/2018

14/11/2018

15/11/2018

16/11/2018

17/11/18

08:00 - 12:00

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

12:00 - 15:00

X

 

X

 

X

X

X

15:00 - 18:00

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

18:00 - 20:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20:00 - 22:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22:00 - 00:00

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

  1. (i) The objectives for the adverts are to heighten awareness of rail safety and to communicate

that rail safety is everyone’s responsibility.

(ii) The campaign started on 1 November 2018 and will conclude on 30 November 2018. The

objectives have not been measured yet, but the reach will be measured at the end of the

month when the campaign ends.

  1. The amount spent on advertising is R299,000.

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA):

  1. (i) Two television adverts with a new story line and incorporating progress that PRASA has

made since it was launched in 2009 and the rail modernisation programme.

Advert 1: We Do It for You

The purpose of “We Do It for You” campaign is about PRASA’s investment programme in transforming rail infrastructure and service delivery. It is designed to position rail as a backbone of public transport and mode of choice.

This is PRASA’s flagship programme highlighting:

  • Rolling Stock Fleet Renewal
  • Signalling System
  • Depot Modernisation
  • Station Modernisation
  • Station Upgrades / Improvement
  • 120km Programme

Advert 2: In the Future

The purpose of “In the Future” is to showcase how PRASA is delivering on its promise in reviving rail as the backbone of public transport in South Africa and a mode of choice. This campaign showcases the future of public transport and is designed to excite and prepare the commuter for the ultimate: A World Class Metro Service.

(ii) The adverts were flighted on television and radio

  1. The adverts were flighted on:
  1. Television – SABC 1, 2 and 3

Please refer to Annexure A and B for the TV Media Schedule

(18 November to 15 December 2017)

  1. Radio

5FM

Metro FM

Radio Sonder Grense

Ukhozi FM

Umhlobo Wenene

Lesedi FM

Thoblea FM

Motsweding FM

Please refer to Annexure C for the Radio Schedule (21 November 2017 to 4 December 2017)

  1. (i) The objectives for the adverts in each case were to:

Create awareness and affinity with the PRASA brand and its business imperatives;

Promote PRASA’s Modernisation Programme and Services;

Position rail as the backbone of public transport and mode of choice;

Build positive media and stakeholder relations and instil public trust; and

Promoting a sense of ownership of the assets (trains, stations and infrastructure) amongst commuters, communities and the public at large.

(ii) This was a once off campaign over the period of November and December 2017.

  1. The amount spent on advertising were as follow:

Television: R6,230,000 excluding VAT (Media cost for flighting on SABC 1,2, & 3)

Radio: R3,100,000 excluding VAT (Radio Sports)

Air Traffic and Navigation Services SOC Limited (ATNS)

(a)(i) In 2017/2018 there was no advertising, in 2018/2019 the advertising is as per the table below

(ii) The medium used were Print, Online and Inflight TV

(b) The dates are as per the media plan table above

(c)(i) The objectives per medium are listed below:

and (ii) the objectives were measured as follows;

(ii)(a) the correct target audience

(ii)(b) the reach of the publication

(ii)(c) the cost per insert

(d) what was the monthly spend on advertising?

 

Airports South Africa SOC Limited (ACSA)

Airports Renaming Advertising Spend

Medium

Title

Cost

Date

Measure

Content/Objective

Print- newspaper

Weekend Argus / Independent Newspapers

R53464.32

C/Times Monday, 28 May, C/Argus Wed, 30 May & Weekend Argus (26 & 27 May)

Number of name suggestions received

To create awareness of this meeting print and radio platforms were used.

Print-newspaper

Die Burger

R13415.36

Saturday, Die Burger 26 May 2018

Number of name suggestions received

To create awareness of this meeting print and radio platforms were used.

Print-newspaper

Die Burger

R13415.36

Friday, 1 June 2018

Number of name suggestions received

To create awareness of this meeting print and radio platforms were used.

Print newspaper

16 community newspapers

R50434.78

23 May 2018

Number of name suggestions received

To create awareness of this meeting print and radio platforms were used.

Radio Advertisements

Cape Talk / Prime Media

R57499.20

Tues, 29 May - 4 June 2018 (excl Sun 3 June)

Number of name suggestions received

To create awareness of this meeting print and radio platforms were used.

Radio Advertisements

Good Hope FM

R44640.00

Tues, 29 May - 4 June 2018 (excl Sun 3 June)

Number of name suggestions received

To create awareness of this meeting print and radio platforms were used.

Medium

Title

Cost

Date

Measure

Content/Objective

Print- newspaper

Diamond Fields

R3 847.54

23 May 2018

Number of name suggestions received

Cape Town International Airport, East London Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport & Kimberley Airport Renaming Suggestions

Print-newspaper

Cape Times

R10 006.66

23 May 2018

Number of name suggestions received

Cape Town International Airport, East London Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport & Kimberley Airport Renaming Suggestions

Print-newspaper

Daily Dispatch

R8 500.80

23 May 2018

Number of name suggestions received

Cape Town International Airport, East London Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport & Kimberley Airport Renaming Suggestions

Print newspaper

The Herald

R9 028.80

23 May 2018

Number of name suggestions received

Cape Town International Airport, East London Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport & Kimberley Airport Renaming Suggestions

Print newspaper

Sunday Times

R47 995.20

23 May 2018

Number of name suggestions received

Cape Town International Airport, East London Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport & Kimberley Airport Renaming Suggestions

Print newspaper

City Press

R47 995.20

23 May 2018

Number of name suggestions received

Cape Town International Airport, East London Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport & Kimberley Airport Renaming Suggestions

Airports Company South Africa OAG Award Adverts Advertising Spend

Medium

Title

Cost

Date

Measure

Content/Objective

Print- newspaper

Business Report National

R74 641.50

16, 18 & 20 July 2018

Publications Readership & Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Print-newspaper

Isolezwe Ngesonto

R9 366.00

17 & 19 July 2018

Publications Readership & Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Print-newspaper

Isolezwe Ngesonto

R17 087.00

15 July 2018

Publications Readership & Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Print-newspaper

Financial Mail

R68 700

20 July 2018

Publications Readership & Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Print newspaper

Sunday Times

R260 178.00

15 July 2018

Publications Readership & Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Radio Advertisements

702

R32 524.86

16 – 19 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Radio Advertisements

KFM

R34 584.74

16 – 19 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Radio Advertisements

East Coast Radio

R42 941.12

16 – 19 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Radio Advertisements

Ukhozi Fm

R57 024.90

16 – 19 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Radio Advertisements

Kaya Fm

R22 045.40

16 – 19 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Radio Advertisements

Power Fm

R27 989.34

16 – 19 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Radio Advertisements

Metro Fm

R90 423.56

16 – 19 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Radio Advertisements

Cape Talk

R11 347.46

16 – 19 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Digital Platforms

Isolezwe Ngesonto

R20 000

16 July 2018

Home page Take Over, views & impressions

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Digital Platforms

Financial Mail

R20 000

19 July 2018

Home page Take Over, views & impressions

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Digital Platforms

Sunday Times

R30 000

17 & 23 July 2018

Home page Take Over, views & impressions

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Outdoor

R24 Freeway, O.R. Tambo International Airport

R137 724.00

15 July – 14 August 2018

Traffic volumes and billboard views

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Outdoor

St George’s hotel, R21 Freeway, enroute O.R.T & Pretoria

R38 203.44

15 July – 14 August 2018

Traffic volumes and billboard views

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Outdoor

Cape Town International Airport exit

R111 580.00

15 July – 14 August 2018

Traffic volumes and billboard views

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Outdoor

King Shaka International Airport Entrance

R100 598.40

15 July – 14 August 2018

Traffic volumes and billboard views

Airports Company South Africa’s OAG Award Recognition Campaign.

Airports Company South Africa’s 25th Birthday Celebration Advertising Spend

Medium

Title

Cost

Date

Measure

Content/Objective

Print- newspaper

Business Report

R24 880,50

23 July 2018

Publications Readership & Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads

Print-newspaper

Isolezwe

R21 770,00

22 July 2018

Publications Readership & Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads

Print-newspaper

Sunday Times

R260 178,00

22 July 2018

Publications Readership & Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration

Campaign Ads

Radio Advertisements

702

R16 262,43

23 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads

Radio Advertisements

East Coast

R21 470, 56

23 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads

Radio Advertisements

Ukhozi

R28 512,45

23 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads

Radio Advertisements

Kaya

R22 318,46

23 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads

Radio Advertisements

Metro

R45 211,18

23 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads

Radio Advertisements

Power

R13 994,67

23 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads

Radio Advertisements

Cape Talk

R5673, 73

23 July 2018

Radio Station Geographic Reach.

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads

Digital Platforms

Business Report

R30 000,00

17 - 23 July 2018

Home page Take Over, views & impressions

25 Years Celebration Campaign Ads – Home Page Take Over

Regional Airports Advertising Spend

Medium

Title

Cost

Date

Measure

Content/Objective

Print- newspaper

The Herald -Port Elizabeth

26 548.00

09 November 2018

Number of attendees at workshops

Invitation for SMMEs to attend ESD and SCM Workshops

Print-newspaper

Daily Dispatch

14 490.00

09 November 2018

Number of attendees at workshops

Invitation for SMMEs  to attend ESD and SCM Workshops

Print-newspaper

Idinga- George

3 100.00

09 November

2018

Number of attendees at workshops

Invitation for SMMEs to attend ESD and SCM workshops

Radio

Algoa FM

28 750.00

09 November – 13 November 2018

Number of attendees at workshops

Invitation for SMMEs to attend ESD and SCM workshops

Radio

Eden FM

8167.00

06 November -10 November 2018

Number of attendees at workshops

Invitation for SMMEs to attend ESD and SCM workshops

Cape Town International Airport Advertising Spend

Airport profiling

Medium

Title

Cost

Date

Measure

Content/Objective

Magazine

Western Cape Business

R39 350,00

2018 Edition

Inquiries received from passengers, business opportunity proposals and SED proposals.

To position the airport positively and to provide information about projects and opportunities.

Magazine

Hello magazine

R14 700,00

Mar-18

Inquiries received from passengers, business opportunity proposals and SED proposals.

To position the airport positively and to provide information about projects and opportunities.

Magazine

Mining Decisions

R46 000,00

Issue 01/2018

Inquiries received from passengers, business opportunity proposals and SED proposals.

To position the airport positively and to provide information about projects and opportunities.

Magazine

Leadership

R56 000,00

Feb-18

Inquiries received from passengers, business opportunity proposals and SED proposals.

To position the airport positively and to provide information about projects and opportunities.

Peak Season Campaign

Medium

Title

Cost

Date

Measure

Content/Objective

Radio Advertisements

Cape Talk / Prime Media

99 610.50

12- 20 January 18

Facilitation time and efficiency of processes – ASQ survey results and various feedback received from passengers on social media platforms and other.

To support operational requirements.

Radio Advertisements

Good Hope FM

149805,00

12-19 January 18

Facilitation time and efficiency of processes – ASQ survey results and various feedback received from passengers on social media platforms and other.

To support operational requirements.

Radio Advertisements

Heart FM

75036,00

12-19 January 18

Facilitation time and efficiency of processes – ASQ survey results and various feedback received from passengers on social media platforms and other.

To support operational requirements.

Radio Advertisements

Smile FM

99977,00

12 -21 January 18

Facilitation time and efficiency of processes – ASQ survey results and various feedback received from passengers on social media platforms and other.

To support operational requirements.

Radio Advertisements

Cape Times

29000,00

12-Jan-18

Facilitation time and efficiency of processes – ASQ survey results and various feedback received from passengers on social media platforms and other.

To support operational requirements.

Radio Advertisements

Cape Argus

36500,00

12-Jan-18

Facilitation time and efficiency of processes – ASQ survey results and various feedback received from passengers on social media platforms and other.

To support operational requirements.

Radio Advertisements

Weekend Argus

36500,00

13-Jan-18

Facilitation time and efficiency of processes – ASQ survey results and various feedback received from passengers on social media platforms and others.

To support operational requirements.

Radio Advertisements

Saturday Die Burger

38650,00

13-Jan-18

Facilitation time and efficiency of processes – ASQ survey results and various feedback received from passengers on social media platforms and other.

To support operational requirements.

ESD

Medium

Title

Cost

Date

Measure

Content/Objective

Radio Advertisements

Cape Talk / Prime Media

46 188.48

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Radio Advertisements

Good Hope FM

56 385.00

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Radio Advertisements

Heart FM

59 850.00

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Radio Advertisements

Smile FM

50 388.00

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Radio Advertisements

Bush Radio

11 242.00

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Radio Advertisements

Radio Tygerberg

7 000.00

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Radio Advertisements

Voice of the Cape

13 600.00

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Radio Advertisements

Radio 786

8 000.00

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Radio Advertisements

Radio Zibonele

12 641.60

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Radio Advertisements

CCFM Radio

5 400.00

15 - 22 August 2018

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Print- newspaper

Cape Times / Argus & Weekend Argus

28 641.60

18 - 22 August 18

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Print- newspaper

Die Burger

13 424.00

22-Aug-18

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Print- newspaper

16 community newspapers (Independent)

34 977.60

22 & 23 August

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

Print- newspaper

Tygerburger (MEDIA 24) x14 areas

30 600.00

22-Aug

The amount of people who attended the roadshow, email feedback received

To create awareness of the roadshow and to ensure that smme’s attend and benefit from its content.

South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA)

The table below outlines all television, radio and newspaper advertising done by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) since the beginning of the year. Further, the table outlines as per (a)(i), (ii),(b), (c)(i) (ii) (d): the objectives of the adverts, the media platform used to flight the adverts, the details of the flighted advert, the return on investment measurement criteria, as well as the total spend in each instance and for that particular month.

South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) Advertising: 1 January 2018 – 30 October 2018

Media platform

Dates

Objective

Details

Measurement

Monthly Spend (R)

Total

Television

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Radio

           

SAfm - Interviews

8 - 10 Aug 2018

Promote Global Aviation Gender Summit

The interviews were used to promote the Global Aviation Gender Summit, and South Africa as the first country to host such an event.

Media monitoring analytics. All were positive stories.

R41 079.15

R41 079.15

SAfm – Outside Broadcast

10 Aug 2018

Promote Global Aviation Gender Summit

To share the outcome of the summit and the way forward on the discussions held.

Media monitoring analytics. All were positive stories.

R239 700.00

R239 700.00

Publications

(Newspaper /Magazines)

           

African Decisions

Jan 2018

Promoting transformation

2 page feature which was promoting transformation in aviation.

Media monitoring analytics of the printed copy. The featured content was positive.

R46 388.4

R46 388.4

Women Magazine

(Leadership)

May 2018

Promoting women in leadership

8 page feature in which SACAA female executive members were featured as women in leadership.

Media monitoring analytics of the printed copy. The featured content was positive.

R34 595.00

R34 595.00

BMF Magazine (Sunday Times)

June 2018

Promoting transformation

2 page - feature which was promoting transformation in aviation and celebrating youth month.

Media monitoring analytics of the printed copy. The featured content was positive.

R77 625.00

R77 625.00

  • African Pilot,
  • World Airnews,
  • SA Flyer,
  • Global Aviator

July 2018

Launch of the Civil Aviation Industry Awards

Announcement and call for entries to the Civil Aviation Industry Awards.

Media monitoring analytics of the printed copy. The featured content was positive.

R55 033.25

R55 033.25

Pan African Parliament

Oct 2018

Promoting transformation

2 page feature which was promoting transformation in aviation.

Media monitoring analytics of the printed copy. The featured content was positive.

R84 246.70

R84 246.70

Total

R578 667.5

R578 667.5

Ports Regulator Of South Africa (PRSA)

a)(i) The Ports Regulator did not use television, radio nor newspapers for advertising purposes.

(b) N/A

(c)N/A

(d) N/A

South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA)

(a) (i) Details of the advert:

Chief Financial Officer

(ii) Advertising Mediums

Sunday Times

City press

(b) Dates of advertising:

6 to 14 May 2018

(c) (i) What were the objectives for the adverts in each case?

The objective was to attract a wider pool of applicants

(ii) How were those objectives measured in each instance?

85 applications were received

(d) Monthly spend on advertising

Sunday Times

17 191.20

City Press

11 801.04

Vat

4 348.84

Total

33 341.08