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03 July 2018 - NW2029

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)What are the details of the (a) number of accidents that vehicles owned by his department were involved;(i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018, (b) cost for repairs in each case and (c)(i) number of and (ii) reasons for vehicles being written off in each case; (2) whether all vehicles owned by his department have tracking devices installed?

Reply:

2015/16 = 0

2016/17 = 0

2017/18 = 0

(i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018, (b) cost for repairs in each case and

2015/16 = 0

2016/17 = 0

2017/18 = 0

Since 01 April 2018 = No repairs

(c) (i) number of and (ii) reasons for vehicles being written off in each case;

No vehicles were written off since 2015/16 financial year to date.

(2) whether all vehicles owned by his department have tracking devices installed?

Not all the vehicles owned by the department are installed with trackers. Five vehicles are installed with trackers and two are in the process of being installed.

NW2189E

 

 

02 July 2018 - NW1042

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Did a certain company, namely Hernic Ferrochrome conclude an empowerment deal in 2007 that involved a certain persons company namely Colin Matjila’s Matlapeng Resources? NW1043E

Reply:

DPE RESPONSE

The Department is unable to respond to this question as the information required relates to contracts awarded by Hernic Ferrochrome which is a private company.

Responses are based on information received from the respective SOCs stated below:

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

Alexkor is not in a position to comment on Hernic Ferrochrome business and would like to refer the question directly to Hernic Ferrochrome.

DENEL SOC LIMITED

Based on the information made available to Chairperson Hlahla, Denel has never concluded any empowerment deal in 2007 with a company called Hernic Ferrochrome that involved a person called Colin Matjila’s Matlapeng Resources.

ESKOM SOC LIMITED

Eskom is not aware of a company called Henric, however we will respond regarding a company called Hernic Ferrochrome (Hernic).

Hernic is one of Eskom’s Key Industrial Customer since 1996, and subsequently participated in Eskom’s Demand Response (DR) programme where customers are incentivised by reducing their own power consumption on request from Eskom.

Although Eskom is not privy to the details regarding an empowerment deal in 2007, Eskom is aware that Matlapeng Resources and Matlapeng Chrome had a shareholding at Hernic Ferrochrome during Eskom financial years 2014 and 2015. Eskom is also aware that Collin Matjila was a Director at Matlapeng Chrome and a Non- Executive Director at Hernic Ferrochrome, during financial years 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Eskom’s records do not indicate any direct dealings with Matlapeng Resources.

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

According to SAFCOL’s records, they have not concluded an empowerment deal with the company namely Hernic Ferrochrome nor with the person namely Colin Matjila’s Matlapeng Resources.

 

SAX SOC LIMITED

SA Express is not aware of any deal concluded with the said company or person.

TRANSET SOC LIMITED

Transnet is not aware of any empowerment deal that Hernic Ferrochrome and Colin Matjila Matlapeng Resources were involved in, in 2007.

   
       
       
         
       
       

02 July 2018 - NW991

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

How much land does (a) his department and (b) entities reporting to him (i) own, (ii) have exclusive rights to and/or (iii) lease from the state to (aa) use and/or (bb) occupy?

Reply:

DPE response

Response is based on information received from DPE Corporate Management

(a)The Department of Public Enterprises does not own land.

(b) None applicable.

(i) None applicable; (ii) None applicable; (iii) None applicable.

(aa) None applicable; (bb) None applicable

This response is according to information received from South African Express:

South African Express Airways does not own any land.

The response is according to information supplied by Alexkor, Denel and Safcol.

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

(b)

Town

Size (m2)

(i)

(ii)

(iii) lease from the state to

     

Own

Exclusive rights

(aa) use

(bb) occupy

1

Port Nolloth

8088

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N/A

N/A

N/A

2

Port Nolloth

451

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

3

Port Nolloth

862

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

4

Port Nolloth

14975

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

5

Port Nolloth

746

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

6

Port Nolloth

670

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

7

Bitterfontein

907

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

8

Bitterfontein

1502

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N/A

N/A

N/A

9

Bitterfontein

495

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N/A

N/A

N/A

10

Springbok

629

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N/A

N/A

N/A

11

Alexander Bay

257

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N/A

N/A

N/A

12

Alexander Bay

114

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N/A

N/A

N/A

13

Alexander Bay

114

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N/A

N/A

N/A

14

Alexander Bay

114

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N/A

N/A

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Alexander Bay

208

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N/A

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218

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230

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185

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237

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166

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162

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211

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N/A

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140

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140

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140

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140

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155

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140

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157

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135

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200

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200

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303

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165

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165

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88

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90

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88

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98

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88

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88

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90

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88

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117

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112

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90

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90

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98

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87

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88

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99

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99

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138

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154

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166

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166

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160

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147

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110

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88

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107

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107

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104

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85

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96

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96

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96

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96

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90

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90

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121

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98

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170

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Alexander Bay

170

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Alexander Bay

170

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Alexander Bay

357

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206

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206

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206

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206

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206

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206

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Alexander Bay

206

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266

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204

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204

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Alexander Bay

204

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Alexander Bay

204

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Alexander Bay

204

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Alexander Bay

166

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Alexander Bay

166

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Alexander Bay

166

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145

Alexander Bay

166

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Alexander Bay

166

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Alexander Bay

166

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Alexander Bay

166

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166

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Alexander Bay

166

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166

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166

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Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

250

Alexander Bay

166

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

251

Alexander Bay

166

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

252

Alexander Bay

166

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

253

Alexander Bay

166

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

254

Alexander Bay

166

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

255

Alexander Bay

166

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

256

Alexander Bay

144

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

257

Alexander Bay

144

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

258

Alexander Bay

144

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

259

Alexander Bay

144

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

260

Alexander Bay

144

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

261

Alexander Bay

115

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

262

Alexander Bay

115

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

263

Alexander Bay

115

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

264

Alexander Bay

115

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

265

Alexander Bay

115

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

266

Alexander Bay

115

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

267

Alexander Bay

102

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

268

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

269

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

270

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

271

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

272

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

273

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

274

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

275

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

276

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

277

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

278

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

279

Alexander Bay

91

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

280

Alexander Bay

91

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

281

Alexander Bay

98

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

282

Alexander Bay

98

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

283

Alexander Bay

91

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

284

Alexander Bay

91

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

285

Alexander Bay

98

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

286

Alexander Bay

98

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

287

Alexander Bay

91

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

288

Alexander Bay

91

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

289

Alexander Bay

98

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

290

Alexander Bay

98

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

291

Alexander Bay

99

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

292

Alexander Bay

117

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

293

Alexander Bay

99

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

294

Alexander Bay

99

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

295

Alexander Bay

117

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

296

Alexander Bay

99

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

297

Alexander Bay

117

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

298

Alexander Bay

99

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

299

Alexander Bay

99

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

300

Alexander Bay

117

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

301

Alexander Bay

99

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

302

Alexander Bay

117

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

303

Alexander Bay

117

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

304

Alexander Bay

130

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

305

Alexander Bay

55

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

306

Alexander Bay

153

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

307

Alexander Bay

153

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

308

Alexander Bay

153

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

309

Alexander Bay

153

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

310

Alexander Bay

153

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

311

Alexander Bay

153

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

312

Alexander Bay

153

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

313

Alexander Bay

85

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

314

Alexander Bay

85

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

315

Alexander Bay

103

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

316

Alexander Bay

85

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

317

Alexander Bay

125

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

318

Alexander Bay

102

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

319

Alexander Bay

125

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

320

Alexander Bay

102

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

321

Alexander Bay

125

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

322

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

323

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

324

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

325

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

326

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

327

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

328

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

329

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

330

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

331

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

332

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

333

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

334

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

335

Alexander Bay

86

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

336

Alexander Bay

114

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

337

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

338

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

339

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

340

Alexander Bay

102

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

341

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

342

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

343

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

344

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

345

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

346

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

347

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

348

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

349

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

350

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

351

Alexander Bay

84

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

352

Alexander Bay

120

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

353

Alexander Bay

118

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

354

Alexander Bay

118

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

355

Alexander Bay

91

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

356

Alexander Bay

124

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

357

Alexander Bay

98

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

358

Alexander Bay

146

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

359

Alexander Bay

99

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

360

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

361

Alexander Bay

88

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

362

Alexander Bay

96

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

363

Alexander Bay

105

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

364

Alexander Bay

105

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

365

Alexander Bay

96

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

366

Alexander Bay

105

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

367

Alexander Bay

100

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

368

Alexander Bay

105

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

369

Alexander Bay

96

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

370

Alexander Bay

85

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

371

Alexander Bay

100

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

372

Alexander Bay

120

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

373

Alexander Bay

96

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

374

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

375

Alexander Bay

85

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

376

Alexander Bay

125

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

377

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

378

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

379

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

380

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

381

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

382

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

383

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

384

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

385

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

386

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

387

Alexander Bay

107

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

388

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

389

Alexander Bay

90

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

390

Alexander Bay

98

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

391

Alexander Bay

117

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

392

Alexander Bay

117

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

393

Alexander Bay

88

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

394

Alexander Bay

97

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

395

Alexander Bay

87

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

396

Alexander Bay

87

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

397

Alexander Bay

88

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

398

Alexander Bay

110

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

399

Alexander Bay

98

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

400

Alexander Bay

50

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

401

Alexander Bay

50

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

402

Alexander Bay

84

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

403

Alexander Bay

50

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

404

Alexander Bay

64

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

405

Alexander Bay

84

Own

N/A

N/A

N/A

DENEL SOC LIMITED

(b)

Town

Size (ha)

(i)

(ii)

(iii) lease from the state to

     

Own

Exclusive rights

(aa) use

(bb) occupy

 

WF Nkomo Street - Pretoria

481

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Pelindaba - Pretoria

5

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Lyttelton - Centurion

40.43

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Irene - Centurion

53.6

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Somerset West – Cape Town

474.6

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Wellington – Cape Town

3,182

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Boskop - Potchefstroom

1,365

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Boksburg - Johannesburg

2

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Grabouw – Western Cape

114

N/A

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Kempton Park - Johannesburg

242

N/A

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Benoni - Johannesburg

7.5

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Alberton - Johannesburg

3.2

Yes

N/A

N/A

N/A

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

(b)

(Nearest Town)/Town

Size

(ha)

(i)

(ii)

(iii) lease from the state to

     

Own (Ha)

Exclusive rights

(aa) use (ha)

(bb) occupy (ha)

SAFCOL OWNED PROPERTY

 

(Nongoma)/Part of Ngome Plantation

2312

2312

Ownership

N/A

N/A

 

(Mtubatuba)

127

127

Ownership

N/A

N/A

 

Belfast

0,571

0,571

Ownership

N/A

N/A

 

Amsterdam

0,8565

0,8565

Ownership

N/A

N/A

(b)

(Nearest Town)/Town

Size

(ha)

(i)

(ii)

(iii) lease from the state to

     

Own (Ha)

Exclusive rights

(aa) use (ha)

(bb) occupy (ha)

PROPERTY LEASED BY SAFCOL

 

Belfast Plantation – (Belfast)

6,245

N/A

Lease

6,245

6,245

 

Berlin Plantation – (Mbombela)

13,583

N/A

Lease

13,583

13,583

 

Jessievale Plantation – (Warburton)

18,722

N/A

Lease

18,722

18,722

 

Ngome Plantation – (Vryheid)

3,700

N/A

Lease

3,700

3,700

 

Uitsoek Plantation – (Mbombela)

9,912

N/A

Lease

9,912

9,912

 

Nelshoogte Plantation – (Barberton)

11,704

N/A

Lease

11,704

11,704

 

Witklip Plantation – (Whiteriver)

9,884

N/A

Lease

9,884

9,884

 

Roburnia Plantation – (Amsterdam)

15,208

N/A

Lease

15,208

15,208

 

Bergvliet Plantation – (Sabie)

17,907

N/A

Lease

17,907

17,907

 

Blyde Plantation - (Graskop)

12,924

N/A

Lease

12,924

12,924

 

Brooklands Plantation – (Sabie/Whiteriver)

12,780

N/A

Lease

12,780

12,780

 

Tweefontein Plantation – (Sabie)

18,968

N/A

Lease

18,968

18,968

(b)

(Nearest Town)/Town

Size

(ha)

(i)

(ii)

(iii) lease from the state to

     

Own (Ha)

Exclusive rights

(aa) use (ha)

(bb) occupy (ha)

 

Wilgeboom Plantation – (Hazyview)

9,339

N/A

Lease

9,339

9,339

 

Woodbush Plantation – (Tzaneen)

9,446

N/A

Lease

9,446

9,446

 

Entabeni Plantation – (Louis Trichardt)

16,998

N/A

Lease

16,998

16,998

   
       
       
         
       
       

Responses are according to the information received from Eskom and Transnet.

ESKOM SOC Limited

(b)(i)

Eskom owns 6 465 land parcels as provided in Annexure A. We are in the process of conducting an extensive verification of our fixed assets including land. Our verification exercise will provide more up to date information.

(b)(ii)

Eskom does not have exclusive rights. However, over and above the land parcels owned by Eskom, we have 56 361 servitude rights (right of way across landowners’ properties), as provided in Annexure B.

(b)(iii)

Eskom does not lease any land from the State

(b)(iii)(aa)

Not applicable

(b)(iii)(bb)

Not applicable

TRANSNET SOC Limited

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

The following table sets out information on Transnet’s property as at 20 March 2018. More information is also attached.

Transnet Properties

Operating Division

Provinces and types of Property

Total Area in Hectares

Total No. of Properties

 

 

Registered

Un-Registered

Registered

Un-Registered

Transnet Freight Rail

All provinces. Mostly where railway infrastructure is situated

64 869

28 726

19 338

11 486

Transnet Engineering

Salt River, Uitenhage, Bloemfontein, Durban, Germiston, Koedoespoort, Kilner Park & other Ex TFR properties

785

0

143

0

Transnet Property

All provinces. Includes 7 200 houses and vacant stands. 17 Hostels and lodges.

8 328

844

6 547

471

Transnet National Ports Authority

Ports:- Cape Town, Durban, East London, Mossel Bay, Port Nolloth, Port Elizabeth, Richards Bay and Saldanha

5 709

68 223

273

52

Transnet Pipelines

Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Gauteng & KwaZulu-Natal

115

1

80

4

 

 

79 806

97 794

26 381

12 013

Registered = Property held by Title

 

 

 

 

Un-Registered = Property held by Act or Expropriation

 

 

 

 

02 July 2018 - NW1305

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) Whether he has been informed of the 12 Transnet Employees at the Ngqura Container Terminal in Port Elizabeth (names furnished), who were unfairly dismissed after lodging grievances against their supervisor (name furnished), who had continuously victimised and abused them racially; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what has he done to ensure that (a) the 12 former employees get re-employed, (b) the grievances were investigated and (c) unfair dismissal investigated?

Reply:

This response is according to information received from Transnet:

(a) The 12 Employees who were dismissed were charged with insubordination, underwent formal disciplinary process, were found guilty and dismissed. At no point were victimization and racism cited during their disciplinary process. The matter followed proper employment law processes and has even been referred to the labour court.

(b) There is currently no suggestion that the employees were unfairly dismissed and at all appeal processed outside the Company, the Company decision has been upheld.

(c) At all material times, the employees have appealed for re-employment but at no time have they ever raised allegations of victimization or racial abuse as reason for dismissal.

02 July 2018 - NW1271

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What value has been gained by Alexcor after the entity’s corporate head office incurred an expenditure amounting to R225 406 938,00 in the period 1 April 2012 to 31 March 2017, as is reflected in the annual report?

Reply:

The response is based on information received from Alexkor SOC Limited.

The breakdown of the expenditure incurred for Alexkor’s Corporate Head Office amounting to R225 406 938.00 during the period 01 April 2012 to 31 March 2017 is detailed in the table below:

SPEND CATEGORY:

 AMOUNT

 

1.  Bursaries

R    1 687 360

The amounts include Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives as well as bursaries awarded to learners in the field of mining, geology and environmental management

2. Corporate Costs

R   47 442 391

Salaries of employees and head office operational costs

3. Mining Operations

R   14 846 968

Alexkor SOC Limited was mining in Alexander Bay prior to the PSJV being established, in terms of the Deed of Settlement. Hence the mining operations cost of R14.8m. Related revenue against the Mining operating cost was R27.4m

4. Town Maintenance

R   85 988 049

The DoS directed that once the township had been established, the municipal engineering services are to be upgraded and Alexkor is to hand over the municipal services to the Alexander Bay Municipality; however, that has not yet occurred. Alexkor has assumed the responsibilities to maintain the Township of Alexander Bay as if they are a municipality.

5. Discontinued Operations and Other

R     9 735 795

The discontinued operating cost of R9.7 million relates to the cost of transferring the farming operations to  the community.

6. Environmental Management

R   41 343 822

Implementation of Phase 1  of rehabilitation of historically disturbed areas

 

7. Directors Remuneration

R   24 362 554

Fees paid to directors serving on both Alexkor and Alexkor RMC PSJV boards

TOTAL

R 225 406 938

 

02 July 2018 - NW1580

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Alberts, Mr ADW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)What (a) number and (b) percentage of (i) black, (ii) white, (iii) coloured and (iv) Indian persons are employed in each of the state-owned companies; (2) has he found that the provisions of affirmative action policies, the Employment Equity Act, Act 55 of 1998, and the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, have been met; if not, what is the position in this regard?

Reply:

Responses are based on information from the respective SOCs stated below:

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED:

(1)

(a)

and

(b)

(i) Black

(ii) White

(iii) Coloured

(iv) Indian

           
 

ALEXKOR HQ

7

1

0

2

   

70%

10%

0%

20%

 

ALEXKOR AT RMC*

18

16

375

0

   

4.4%

3.9%

91.7%

0%

*Richtersveld Mining Company

2. The Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 (EEA) compels all employers in South Africa to promote equal opportunity in the workplace, eliminate discrimination in their policies or in practice, and implement affirmative action measures. These interventions are in line with Section 9 of the Constitution which had given Government the responsibility to enact anti-discrimination laws, including EEA. The SOCs in the DPE portfolio have ensured compliance with EEA including ensuring that there is an Employment Equity Plan (EEP) in place and that it is vigorously implemented. The increased representation of EEA Designated Groups in the statistics above is testimony to this.

DENEL SOC LIMITED:

(1)

 

(a)

and

(b)

(i) Black

(ii) White

(iii) Coloured

(iv) Indian

   

50%

38%

8%

4%

   

2323

1766

387

153

(2) The Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 (EEA) compels all employers in South Africa to promote equal opportunity in the workplace, eliminate discrimination in their policies or in practice, and implement affirmative action measures. These interventions are in line with Section 9 of the Constitution which had given Government the responsibility to enact anti-discrimination laws, including EEA. The SOCs in the DPE portfolio have ensured compliance with EEA including ensuring that there is an Employment Equity Plan (EEP) in place and that it is vigorously implemented. The increased representation of EEA Designated Groups in the statistics above is testimony to this.

ESKOM SOC LIMITED:

1. 

(a)

(i) Black

(ii) White

(iii) Coloured

(iv) Indian

and

29786

6421

3521

1588

(b)

72%

16%

9%

4%

         

 

2. Eskom has to a large extent met the provisions of the Employment Equity Act. Eskom has five (5) Shareholder Compact measures in terms of Employment Equity and an overview of targets vs. actual performance as at March 2018 is presented in Table 2 below. There are various programmes in place to help Eskom address areas where performance is below target.

Key Performance Indicators

Measures

March 2018 Actual

March 2018 Target

Disabilities Equity

People with disabilities in the workplace as the Employment Equity Act

3.13%

2.50%

Racial Equity Snr Management

Africans, Coloureds and Indians employees

67.97%

67.78%

Racial Equity Professional /Middle Management

Africans, Coloureds and Indians

75.35%

75.58%

Gender Equity Snr Management

Female employees

38.25%

38.98%

Gender Equity Professional/Middle Management

Female employees

38.06%

37.14%

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED:

(1)

 

(a)

and

(b)

(i) Black

(ii) White

(iii) Coloured

(iv) Indian

   

95.2%

3.3%

1.2%

0.3%

   

1723

60

22

5

(2) The Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 (EEA) compels all employers in South Africa to promote equal opportunity in the workplace, eliminate discrimination in their policies or in practice, and implement affirmative action measures. These interventions are in line with Section 9 of the Constitution which had given Government the responsibility to enact anti-discrimination laws, including EEA. The SOCs in the DPE portfolio have ensured compliance with EEA including ensuring that there is an Employment Equity Plan (EEP) in place and that it is vigorously implemented. The increased representation of EEA Designated Groups in the statistics above is testimony to this.

SAX SOC LIMITED:

1. 

(a)

(i) Black

(ii) Whites

(iii) Coloured

(iv) Indian

And

566

214

80

31

(b)

63.2%

24.36%

8.94%

3.46%

2. The airline has performed very well to close the gaps in relation to the National Employment Active Population (EAP) targets, i.e. targets in Employment Equity with respect to Africans, Coloured and Indian population. The Company has 151 Pilots (77% whites, 4.63% Indians, 1.98% Coloured and 16, 55% Africans). The Cadet Pilot programme aims to provide a strategic transformation tool, both in the Airline and in the industry but funding remains a huge challenge as the Airline is responsible for sourcing its own funding in order to meet this objective as per mandate from the shareholder. This is a critical area that needs serious attention in order for the Airline to meet its National EAP targets

TRANSET SOC LIMITED:

(1)

(a)

(i) Black

(ii) White

(iii) Coloured

(iv) Indian

and

40594

7293

5486

1893

(b)

74%

13%

10%

3%

(2) Transnet has an Employment Equity policy and other policies e.g. recruitment policy which include all the requirements of the EE Act including Affirmative Action measures. These policies are rigorously applied to mitigate against unfair and discriminatory practices within the organisation.

 
       
       
         
       
       

19 June 2018 - NW1619

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) What amount is currently owed by municipalities to Eskom, (b) which municipalities (i) have unpaid accounts and (ii) does Eskom have payment arrangements with and (c) what amount of the debt owed by municipalities is older than three years?

Reply:

(a)

R20 061 454 892 is the total debt owed to Eskom by municipalities as at 31 March 2018. This includes the total overdue debt of R13 569 922 454.

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

Annexure A provides a list of municipalities with accounts in arrears and indicates municipalities that had payment arrangements with Eskom as at 31 March 2018.

(c)

R455 million.

It is to be noted that this amount in based on the top 20 defaulting municipalities, which make up about 92% of the total arrears amount, as at 31 March 2018.

The risk of prescription is limited due to it being interrupted by a by court order; summons; and /or acknowledgement of debt i.e. payment arrangements.

Table 1 provides details of debt owed by the top 20 defaulting municipalities, as at 31 March 2018.

Table 1: Debt owed by the Top 20 defaulting municipalities

Top 20 defaulting municipalities

Total Debt (R’M)

0 to 90 days

>90 days <= 1yr

>1yr but <= 2yr

>2yr but <= 3yr

>3yrs but <=4 yr

DIHLABENG MUNICIPALITY

184.0

34.4

R 136.2

R 13.5

 

 

DITSOBOTLA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (incl. Lichtenburg)

296.7

35.1

R 122.5

R 139.2

 

 

EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP)

1 661.4

228.7

R 906.1

526.6

 

 

EMFULENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

873.2

504.8

R 368.3

 

 

 

GOVAN MBEKI MUNICIPALITY

561.6

123.4

438.2

 

 

 

KAI !GARIB MUNICIPALITY

129.0

20.3

56.2

52.6

 

 

LEKWA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

502.3

79.9

301.3

121.1

 

 

MALUTI A PHOFUNG MUNICIPALITY

2 754.8

187.0

768.7

814.2

629.3

355.6

MANTSOPA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

119.4

16.4

42.3

56.8

3.9

 

MATJHABENG MUNICIPALITY

1 815.0

198.8

480.6

636.6

499.1

 

MERAFONG CITY LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

156.0

51.8

104.2

 

 

 

MODIMOLLE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

130.8

23.6

107.2

 

 

 

MOOKGOPHONG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

118.2

11.5

52.8

53.9

 

 

MOQHAKA MUNICIPALITY (incl. Steynsrus)

230.4

74.0

156.4

 

 

 

NALA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

178.0

24.3

57.5

96.3

 

 

NALEDI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW)

279.2

28.8

95.7

121.2

33.5

 

NGWATHE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

937.7

66.2

250.4

287.0

234.3

99.8

NKETOANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

171.0

23.1

52.7

73.6

21.6

 

THABA CHWEU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

444.2

50.0

134.6

179.4

80.2

 

THABAZIMBI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

217.5

12.8

61.0

95.7

48.1

 

WALTER SISULU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

141.2

23.7

85.7

31.8

 

 

GRAND TOTAL

11901.8

1818.7

4778.5

3299.3

1550.0

455.3

19 June 2018 - NW1260

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

1. By what date will Eskom reinstitute its transparent and accountable power system status reporting which was stopped during the tenure of a certain person (name and details furnished); (2) what is the current level of coal supplied to Eskom by the (a) Arnot, (b) Camden, (c) Hendrina, (d) Komati, (e) Kriel, (f) Majuba and (g) Tutuka mines; (3) whether there is sufficient coal to supply Eskom’s needs for the remainder of the year; if not, what is Eskom’s plan to provide sufficient coal for its power stations?

Reply:

(1)

On 7 June 2018 Eskom launched the weekly system status report. This report, which is hosted on Eskom’s website, gives a weekly view of energy sent out, peak demand, performance of generating units in terms of the energy availability factor (EAF) and an outlook of three months ahead. Eskom’s media statement is attached.

(2)

The current level of coal supplied to the specified power stations is provided in the Table 1 below.

Table 1: Coal supply for April 2018

Power Station

April 2018 coal supply (kilo tonnes)

Arnot

517

Camden

449

Hendrina

358

Komati

184

Kriel

489

Majuba

1086

Tutuka

576

(3)

Currently Eskom does not have sufficient coal supply for the remainder of the year.

Eskom is currently negotiating tenders for 100Mt of coal that is required for the next five years. Eskom has issued 9 other RFP’s since 1 April 2017 to procure additional coal for different power stations. Apart from a number of contracts already being concluded and delivery of coal commenced, various other agreements are in different stages of conclusion.

Plans in place to improve coal stockpile levels at the six power stations that are below the minimum stock level include the following:

  • Limit production at these critical stations – off peak and weekend units shut down.
  • Coal transfers away from destination stations with healthier stock level – monitored and optimized daily.
  • Limit performance deviation of the rest of the fleet, including new build.
  • Conclude interim coal supply agreements with the Tegeta Business Rescue Practitioners, to enable coal supply to Hendrina Power Station.

18 June 2018 - NW1829

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Horn, Mr W to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)Whether (a) his spouse and/or (b) an adult family member accompanied him on any official international trip (i) in each of the past five financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (aa) is the name of the person(s), (bb) was the (aaa) purpose and (bbb) destination of the trip and (cc) was the (aaa) total cost and (bbb) detailed breakdown of the costs of the accompanying person(s) to his department; (2) whether each of the specified trips were approved by the President in terms of the provisions of Section 1, Annexure A of the Ministerial Handbook; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details? NW1988E

Reply:

(a)(b)(i) The Minister of Public Enterprises was not accompanied by the spouse and/or an adult family member during official international trips for the period 2013/14 to 2017/18.

(ii) Since 1 April 2018 the following are the details:

(aa) Minister travelled with his spouse, Mrs Vanitha Gordhan.

(bb)(aaa) Purpose of the trip

The Minister of Public Enterprises, Mr Pravin Gordhan received an invitation to attend and participate at the World Bank/ IMF Spring Meetings. The meetings attended by the Minister are as follows:

  • Semi-Annual Workshop of the Advisory Finance Group (AFG) on 19 April 2018;
  • Annual Havard Ministerial Leadership Forum for Finance Experts at Havard University on 23 April 2018;
  • Workshop on The country Challenges of Institutionalized Corruption: Lessons for South Africa, 25-26 April 2018;
  • To Strengthen country-to-country relations between South Africa and the United State of America;
  • To interact with strategic stakeholders and to explore possible areas of

collaboration between the South African and United States of American companies.

(bb)(bbb) Destination of the trip is United States of America.

(cc)(aaa) Total cost of the trip in respect of the spouse is R132 418.61.

(cc)(bbb) Breakdown of the cost

The cost of R132 418.61 is only for the air ticket and there are no other costs incurred.

(2) The trip was approved by Presidency.

18 June 2018 - NW1846

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)Whether all members of the senior management service (SMS) in his department had declared their interests for the past year as required by the Public Service Regulations; if not, (a) why not, (b) how many of the specified members did not declare their interests and (c) what are the (i) names and (ii) ranks of the specified noncompliant members of the SMS; (2) whether noncompliant SMS members have been charged; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) what number (a) of employees in his department at each post level are currently suspended on full salary and (b) of the specified employees at each post level have been suspended for the specified number of days (details furnished); (4) what is the total amount of cost attached to the days of service lost as a result of the suspensions in each specified case; (5) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

(1) All SMS members have declared their Financial Interest. In this regard see attached a printout from the Public Service e-Disclosure System confirming submission.

(1) (a) Not applicable.

(1) (b) Not Applicable

(1) (c) (i) Not Applicable

(1) (c) (ii) Not Applicable

(2) Not Applicable.

(3) (a) There are no employees currently on suspension.

(3) (b) Not Applicable.

(4) Not Applicable.

(5) Minister will not be making a statement on the matter.

       
       
       
       
       
       

18 June 2018 - NW1735

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Alberts, Mr ADW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)    Why is Transnet continuing to sell some of its Sishen-Saldanha line’s operational electric locomotives and apparently to replace them with locomotives from the controversial tender to provide 1 064 locomotives, which is currently being investigated as part of the investigation into state capture; (2) Whether he will consider placing a moratorium on all auctions and sales of assets at Transnet in order to provide the new board with the opportunity of undertaking the necessary investigations; if not, why not; (3) Whether he will make a statement about the matter?

Reply:

This response is according to information received from Transnet:

1. Transnet SOC Ltd (Transnet) has electric locomotives (9E electric) fleet which used to operate on the Ore Line (Sishen-Saldanha). These 9E locomotives were unique to the Sishen-Saldanha line and were not to be used elsewhere in Africa.

The first of these old locomotives arrived in 1978. These locomotives reached the end of life six (6) years ago and the last ten (10) locomotives were eventually staged in 2016 and have not been operating since then, as their components were obsolete and were uneconomical to maintain. Any remaining parts were subsequently sold off.

They were subsequently replaced with 15E locomotives, the first of which arrived in 2010.

(2) This is an operational decision within the powers of Transnet management under the supervision of the Board of Directors. There is also a Significance Materiality Framework which gives guidance and thresholds on such matters.

(3) The Minister is on record that the contract will be investigated. If foul play is established, appropriate action will be taken. To date two forensic reports are available. The new Board of Transnet is discussing these reports and will soon be announcing its plans to act on all those guilty of corruption or any other malpractices.

18 June 2018 - NW19

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)With reference to Transnet’s Request for Proposal (RFP) issued on 26 April 2017, was (a)(i) a certain family and/or (ii) any of their associates and/or (b) a certain company and/or (c) a certain person involved in the RFP at any stage; if so, what are the relevant details in each case; (2) What is the current total value of Transnet’s (a) core and (b) non-core properties; (3) (a) What (i) number of companies responded to the RFP and (ii) are the names of the companies that responded to the RFP, (b)(i) where and (ii) when was the RFP published and (c) for how long?

Reply:

This response is according to information received from Transnet:

(1)(a)(i) To the best of Transnet’s knowledge the family named has not been involved in the RFP,

(1)(a)(ii) To the best of Transnet’s knowledge the families and associates and/or company has not been involved in the RFP.

(1)(c) To the best of Transnet’s knowledge the person has not been involved in the RFP.

(1)(d) To the best of Transnet’s knowledge the companies named did attend the briefing.

(2)(a) The current total value of Transnet’s core properties is R4billion.

(2)(b) The current total value of Transnet’s non-core properties is R30 billion.

(3)(a)(i) seven companies responded.

(3)(a)(ii) The names of the companies that responded are:

1. Tirhani Auctioneers

2. Tholisiwe Consulting

3. Sigpro (Pty) (Ltd)

4. Pamoja Capital

5. LDM Consulting

6. JM Cres

7. Fuel Property Fund Managers (Pty) (Ltd)

(3)(b)(i) The RFP was published on National Treasury e-Tender website.

3)(b)(ii) The RFP was published on 26 April 2017.

(3)(c) The tender closed on 13 June 2017.

18 June 2018 - NW1270

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) Why does his department have a 20% shareholding in a certain company (West Coast Resources) and (b) what are the names of the persons within (i) his departmental structure or organisation who are holding the specified shares? NW 1370E

Reply:

DPE response

a) In 2007 the then Department of Minerals and Energy which is currently known as the Department of Mineral Resources (“DMR”) entered into a Memorandum of Agreement (“MoA”) with De Beers in connection with the State interest pertaining to lease consideration, claims and other obligations payable to the State in terms of the 1979 lease (“Cullinan Lease”) and the 1990 lease (“Venetia Lease”). The Cullinan Lease and the Venetia Lease collectively will be referred to as “Lease Agreements”.

Prior to the enactment of the Minerals Act of 1991 (“Minerals Act”) and as inferred by the MoA, the State had an uncontested interest and claims which were payable and arising out of the Lease Agreements. However, once the Minerals Act was enacted, De Beers contested the State interest and claims under the Lease Agreements and contended that the State interest and claims were no longer payable.

On the other hand, the State was of the firm view that the coming into effect of the Minerals Act does not extinguish its rights flowing out of the Lease Agreements. In order for DMR and De Beers to settle the above dispute, an MoA was concluded as a full and final settlement of any and all claims that the State may have had against De Beers in terms of the Lease Agreements and as part of the settlement a 20% shareholding in Namaqualand Mines (NM) was allocated to DMR pending transfer to a proposed transaction structure involving Alexkor.

The protracted Richtersveld community land claim against the Department and Alexkor (“Land Claim”) complicated the deal as the resolution of the matter was vital to the proposed transaction structure. The Government took a decision to protect the 20% shareholding in NM pending the resolution of the Land Claim. Eventually, the proposed deal structure failed to materialise and whilst the Government was negotiating a resolution of the Land Claim, De Beers was proceeding with its business rationalisation process.

b) As a result, several steps were taken by De Beers to sell NM which was eventually acquired by Trans Hex and the State maintained its 20% shareholding under the custodianship of the Department of Public Enterprises. The NM operations lay dormant for several years until 2015 when West Coast Resources was formed to exploit the NM asset. The 20% shareholding of the State is warehoused in a Special Purpose Vehicle while the State determines how to leverage its stake.

 

18 June 2018 - NW1660

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Motau, Mr SC to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) What number of cases relating to the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, Act 12 of 2004, as amended, have been referred to the (i) SA Police Service (SAPS) and (ii) Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI) by (aa) his department and (bb) each entity reporting to him for further investigation since the Act was assented to and (b) what number of the specified cases have (i) been investigated by SAPS and DPCI, (ii) been followed up by the respective accounting officers and (iii) resulted in a conviction in each specified financial year since 2004?

Reply:

DPE response

a) The Special Investigating Unit is currently working with a team comprising the DPCI and State-Owned Companies’ (SOC) Forensic Units to inter alia address current and historical allegations of corruption in the SOCs. Among others, the team is seized with reviewing forensic reports that have been commissioned by the SOCs in order to:

(i) Ascertain the number and status of matters that have been referred to SAPS;

(ii) Ascertain the number and status of matters that have been referred to DPCI.

The efforts are meant to ensure that where prima facie case of corruption exists, the law enforcement agencies move to seize assets that are proceeds of corruption. Furthermore, the work is also meant to establish matters that the Boards and Executive of SOCs failed to refer for criminal investigation by relevant law enforcement agencies and matters that could expeditiously result in the conviction of those implicated in allegations of corruption concerning SOCs.

(aa) The question relates to a period that spans 14 years. Consequently, at the time of responding to the question, the Department had confirmed that one case of corruption and fraud was referred to the SAPS and the related investigation is still underway.

(bb) To date seventy nine forensic reports commissioned by SOCs concerning matters of malfeasance, fraud and corruption have been referred to the SIU for review. The team comprising SIU, Asset Forfeiture Unit and the DPCI is seized with the review of the reports. Furthermore, the SIU is currently conducting work in line with Proclamation No 11 of 2018 that authorizes investigation into allegations of malfeasance, fraud and corruption in Transnet and Eskom. A motivation will be submitted to Denel to address allegations of corruption in Denel.

b) (i)(ii)(iii) The review and reconciliation of records being done independently by the team led by the SIU should assist in ascertaining the completeness and status of all matters that have been referred to law enforcement agencies and convictions if any, which have been registered to date.

All the efforts mentioned above are fully aligned to the commitment made by the President during the State of the Nation Address that this is the year to turn the tide of corruption in public institutions. Therefore, the team led by the SIU should be allowed to continue its work in order to reveal facts behind the questions posed and the information that the SOCs has over the years submitted to the Ministry.

       
       

18 June 2018 - NW954

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) Whether a certain chief executive officer, namely Mr Lemogang Pitsoe, Alexkor SOC Limited was a paid-for guest at the (a) Gupta Sun City wedding and/or (b) wedding of Varun Gupta in Jaipur, India; (2) (a) what was the process by which the specified person was appointed as chief executive officer, (b) on what date was the post advertised, (c) what is the name of each (i) candidate who (aa) applied, (bb) was shortlisted and (cc) interviewed and (ii) member who was on the selection panel and (d) what marine mining credentials does the person have; and (3) whether the person disclosed the relationship with a certain company’s contract, namely JIC Mining Company with Hernic Ferrochrome; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The response is based on information received from Alexkor SOC Limited.

(1)

(a)

The response to the PQ that I have received from the CEO of Alexkor, Mr Lemogang Pitso, is that he attended the said weddings while he was in the employ of Hernic Ferrochrome (Pty) Ltd. Mr Pitsoe was representing Mr Johan Swanepoel, who is the CEO of Hernic, who could not attend due to unforeseen circumstances.

 

(b)

As per 1(a) above.

 

(2)

(a)

The position was advertised in the Sunday Times on 26 February 2017. A panel was established comprising of board members to interview the short listed candidates. The preferred candidates were then put through a set of psychometric tests. This was done in line with Alexkor’s recruitment and selection policy.

     
 

(b)

26 February 2017

     
 

(c)

(i)

(aa)

The names of the candidates who applied for the position is in the possession of the Department and the members are welcome to request sight of said list.

The challenge in publicly disclosing the names is that application for these level positions is done on a confidential basis, and disclose may negatively affect the current employment relationship of the applicants. Besides, the disclosure cannot be done without the candidates giving the Department consent to disclose their names.

     

(bb)

Same as (2)(c)(aa) above.

     

(cc)

Same as (2)(c)(aa) above.

   

(ii)

(bb)

Ms H Matseke

(Chairperson of the Board of Directors)

     

(cc)

Mr T Matona

(Member of the Board of Directors)

     

(dd)

Ms B Makwetla

(Member of the Board of Directors)

     

(ee)

Mr S Danana

(Member of the Board of Directors)

     

(ff)

Dr R Paul

(Advisor to the Board of Directors)

     

(ff)

Ms L Mphahlele

(Leadership Talent, Service Provider as observer)

 

(d)

Mr Pitsoe has extensive marine mining experience which he accumulated while employed by De Beers.

         

(3)

Yes. Mr Pitsoe was employed at Hernic (Pty Ltd as a General Manager. Hernic and JIC Mining had a customer-supplier relationship, where HIC was a mining contractor to Hernic. The information was not disclosed as it was not requested either in the job application forms of the interview. It can be recalled that Hernic and JIC are private companies and did not have a relationship with DPE’s SOCs.

We will be looking into these matters more closely in the coming weeks.

   
   

18 June 2018 - NW1081

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) (a) Did Denel award a scholarship to a certain person namely Supra Oarabile Mahumpelo, (b) by what date was the deadline for the scholarship application and (c) when did the specified person apply; (2) was the institution for which the scholarship awarded an accredited institution for the scholarship, if not, on what basis was a scholarship to the institution given; (3) (a) who approved the scholarship, (b) on what basis and (c)(i) who else applied but did not receive the scholarship and (ii) why were they not given the scholarship?

Reply:

The response is based on information received from Denel SOC Limited.

The Minister of Public Enterprises on 18 April 2018 directed the Board to investigate the awarding of the bursary awarded to the son of the Premier of North-West, Mr Supra Mahumapelo, to check whether the process was conducted in line with Denel policies.

The Board has commissioned the investigation and on its conclusion will take appropriate action against anyone within Denel who has flouted applicable policies. Further action to recover the funds expensed towards the bursary will need to be taken, if it is found that proper procedures were not followed.

On conclusion of the investigation, the Board has undertaken to share its contents with the Minister and at that stage the Minister shall be in a position to answer the questions that the Member has asked.

   

18 June 2018 - NW1199

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) (a) Did Denel award a scholarship to a certain person namely Supra Oarabile Mahumpelo, (b) by what date was the deadline for the scholarship application and (c) when did the specified person apply; (2) was the institution for which the scholarship awarded an accredited institution for the scholarship, if not, on what basis was a scholarship to the institution given; (3) (a) who approved the scholarship, (b) on what basis and (c)(i) who else applied but did not receive the scholarship and (ii) why were they not given the scholarship?

Reply:

The response is based on information received from Alexkor SOC Limited.

(1)

(a)

The position was advertised in the Sunday Times on 26 February 2017. A panel was established comprising of board members to interview the short listed candidates. The preferred candidates were then put through a set of psychometric tests. The process followed was in line with Alexkor’s recruitment and selection process.

 

(b)

26 February 2017

 

(c)

(i)

The names of the candidates who applied for the position is in the possession of the Department and the members are welcome to request sight of said list.

The challenge in publicly disclosing the names is that application for these level positions is done on a confidential basis, and disclose may negatively affect the current employment relationship of the applicants. Besides, the disclosure cannot be done without the candidates giving the Department consent to disclose their names.

   

(ii)

As per (1)(c)(i) above.

 

(d)

(i)

Minimum of 5 years mining experience (diamond or coal mining experience preferable).

   

(ii)

At least 5 years senior management experience.

   

(iii)

Executive Management experience.

   

(iv)

Comprehensive knowledge of the PFMA and Treasury Regulations (3 years SOC/SOE experience would be an advantage)

   

(v)

Extensive strategic leadership experience.

   

(vi)

Business rescue or turnaround strategy implementation experience.

   

(vii)

Relevant Mining Qualifications preferable (BSc Mining Engineering or Equivalent).

 

(e)

(i)

Ms H Matseke

(Chairperson of the Board of Directors)

   

(ii)

Mr T Matona

(Member of the Board of Directors)

   

(iii)

Ms B Makwetla

(Member of the Board of Directors)

   

(iv)

Mr S Danana

(Member of the Board of Directors)

   

(v)

Dr R Paul

(Advisor to the Board of Directors)

   

(vi)

Ms L Mphahlele

  1. (Leadership Talent, Service Provider as observer)
 

(f)

(i)

Mr Pitsoe has 23 years mining experience, including Diamond or Coal Mining;

   

(ii)

9 years senior management experience

   

(iii)

4 years executive management experience

   

(iv)

Extensive strategic leadership experience

   

(v)

He was involved in a turnaround strategy at Hernic Ferrochrome (Pty) Ltd

   

(vi)

He as a BSc Mining Engineering degree

 

(2)

The question was not asked of Mr Pitsoe as it was not relevant to the employment criteria. For the record, Mr Pitsoe was employed as a General Manager at Hernic Ferrochrome (Pty) Ltd, and did not have a direct relationship with the Gupta family. JIC, a Gupta company was as service provider to Hernic which relationship was in place long before Mr Pitsoe joined Hernic, which is owned by Mitsubishi a Japanese conglomerate.

We will be looking into these matters more closely in the coming months.

   

18 June 2018 - NW1201

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) What are the details of the process followed to appoint a certain person namely Ms Adila Chowan to the position of Chief Financial Officer of Alexkor SOC Pty Ltd in October 2017, (b) when was the vacancy advertised, (c) what are the details of the other candidates who (i) applied and (ii) got shortlisted, (d) what criteria had to be met to qualify for the position and (e) what are the names of each member of the selection and interview panel; (2) whether the specified person disclosed being involved in a litigation process at the time of the interview and/or appointment process relating to a previous position held at another company (name furnished)? NW1295E

Reply:

The response is based on information received from Alexkor SOC Limited.

(1)

(a)

The position was advertised in the Sunday Times, shortlisted candidates were interviewed and the successful candidate was required to undergo a psychometric test. The preferred candidate was then referred to the Minister of DPE for appointment. This was in line with Alexkor’s recruitment and selection process.

 

(b)

26 February 2017

 

(c)

(i)

The names of the candidates who applied for the position is in the possession of the Department and the members are welcome to request sight of said list.

The challenge in publicly disclosing the names is that application for these level positions is done on a confidential basis, and disclose may negatively affect the current employment relationship of the applicants. Besides, the disclosure cannot be done without the candidates giving the Department consent to disclose their names.

   

(ii)

As per (1)(c)(i) above

 

(d)

(i)

CA (SA) with commercial experience, preferably within mining

   

(ii)

Diamond and coal mining experience will be an advantage

   

(iii)

At least 5 years’ experience relating to managing finance operational teams

   

(iv)

Experience in an Executive Management position would be an advantage

   

(v)

Comprehensive understanding and proven track record in the implementation of PFMA and Treasury Regulations (3 years SOC/SOE experience would be an advantage)

 

(e)

(i)

Ms M Lehobye

(Member of the Board of Directors)

   

(ii)

Mr T Matona

(Member of the Board of Directors)

   

(iii)

Mr S Danana

(Member of the Board of Directors)

   

(iv)

Ms Z Ntlangula

(Member of the Board of Directors)

   

(v)

Dr R Paul

(Advisor to the Board of Directors)

 

(e)

The names of the selection and interview panel for this position have been disclosed to the Department; however, due to the confidential nature of this information, no further details will be disclosed.

(2)

The question was not asked during the interview with the candidate whether there was any litigation process that she was involved in. At the time the offer of appointment was made in August 2017, the information relating to the litigation was public knowledge.

08 June 2018 - NW80

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) Whether she held a face-to-face meeting with anyone or all of the specified persons (names furnished) since her appointment as Minister of Public Enterprises in May 2014; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) who was present at each meeting, (b) on what date was each meeting held, (c) where was each meeting held and (d) what was discussed at each meeting; (2) whether she (a) has directly interacted via a phone call and/or (b) authorised a certain official (name furnished) to interact with any of the specified persons; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (i) with whom did (aa) she and/or (bb) the specified official interact, (ii) on what date did the interaction take place and (iii) what was discussed during each interaction? NW86E

Reply:

Former Minister of Public Enterprises, Ms Lynne Brown, vacated the office on 26 February 2018. In this regard, the Department has not been able to obtain a response from her.

08 June 2018 - NW1281

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Lekota, Mr M to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether, given the perilous state of many state-owned enterprises (SOEs), he has found that any further financial support and guarantees from the Government will be required to ensure that the specified SOEs remain operational; if so, what are the relevant details of his policy projections in this regard?

Reply:

Response based on information received from DPE-Strategic Partnerships Unit.

The State Owned Enterprises within the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) that have been given government guarantees (in compliance with PFMA) are Eskom, Transnet, Denel and South African Express (SAX). The government guarantee is limited to a maximum of R350 billion for Eskom, R3, 5 billion for Transnet, R2, 4 billion for Denel, and R0.8 billion for SAX.

Further financial support will be subject to SOEs providing a viable business case, clearly demonstrating that financial support will be utilized solely for advancing both commercial and developmental mandates. This will also be conditional on SOEs proving that they will adhere to prudent financial and risk management which will be closely monitored by the Department.

The form that financial support will take is subject to the Minister of Public Enterprises and Minister of Finance’s joint assessment and concurrence on each application received.

I believe that short to medium-term financial support (or guarantees) combined with changes in Boards and Management and a review of business strategies will be beneficial and fundamentally change the outlook for Sate owned Enterprises.

08 June 2018 - NW153

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Mashabela, Ms N to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether (a) his department and/or (b) any entity reporting to him own land; if so, in each case, (i) where is each plot of land located, (ii) what is the size of each specified plot and (iii) what is each plot currently being used for?

Reply:

REPLY:

 

  1. Responses from DPE, Alexkor, Denel, Eskom, Safcol and SAX were received and submitted to Parliament previously.

 

Response is according to information received from Transnet:

 

  1. (i) (ii) (iii) The following table sets out information on Transnet's  property. Detail of each asset requires time and is a volumous exercise.

Table 1.

Transnet Properties

Operating Division

Provinces and types of Property

Total Area in Hectares

Total No. of Properties

 

 

Registered

Un-Registered

Registered

Un-Registered

Transnet Freight Rail

All provinces. Mostly where railway infrastructure is situated

64 869

28 726

19 338

11 486

Transnet Engineering

Salt River, Uitenhage, Bloemfontein, Durban, Germiston, Koedoespoort, Kilner Park & other Ex TFR properties

785

0

143

0

Transnet Property

All provinces. Includes 7 200 houses and vacant stands. 17 Hostels and lodges.

8 328

844

6 547

471

Transnet National Ports Authority

Ports:- Cape Town, Durban, East London, Mossel Bay, Port Nolloth, Port Elizabeth, Richards Bay and Saldanha

5 709

68 223

273

52

Transnet Pipelines

Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal

115

1

80

4

 

 

79 806

97 794

26 381

12 013

Registered =  Property held by Title

 

 

 

 

Un-Registered  = Property held by Act or Expropriation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More information is also attached in the Annexure.

07 June 2018 - NW1262

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) (a) Are all four units of the Ingula Pumped Storage Scheme operational currently, (b) how long have they been operational and (c) how much power is provided by each unit; (2) (a) what was the total cost of the scheme, (b) what was the original budgeted amount for the scheme, (c) what was the original estimated time frame to complete the scheme, (d) how long did the scheme actually take to complete, (e) who was the main contractor for the scheme and (f) what amount was paid to this contractor for work done on the scheme; (3) is the contract under forensic investigation by Eskom; if not, why not?

Reply:

According to the information received from Eskom

(1)(a)

Yes, all 4 Ingula units are in commercial operation.

(1)(b)

Each unit has been operational for between 1 and 2 years, as indicated in the table below.

Table 1: Commercial operation dates for each unit at Ingula

Unit

Commercial Operation Date

Unit 1

30 August 2016

Unit 2

22 August 2016

Unit 3

30 January 2017

Unit 4

10 June 2016

(1)(c)

Each unit is rated at a maximum continuous rating of 333 megawatts (MW).

In terms of the actual production of power per unit, the following should be noted:

  • Ingula has two waterways, each supplying water to two of the four units. Due to the possibility of excessive build-up of pressure, two units with a common waterway are restricted to less than full power when running simultaneously, but two units on different waterways are able to generate at full capacity. Thus, if all four units are required to generate at the same time, each has to reduce output by approximately 50MW.
  • A design modification to address the issue is planned for implementation during the upcoming 2018 outages.

(2)(a)

As at 30 March 2018, R29.5 billion (excluding interest during construction) has been spent on the scheme, against an approved business case value of R29.8 billion (excluding interest during construction).

(2)(b)

R8.5 billion (excluding interest during construction).

(2)(c)

The original estimated time frame to complete the scheme was 6 years and 8 months.

(2)(d)

The scheme actually took 10 years and 9 months to complete.

(2)(e)

The main contractor for the scheme was CMI-JV (CMC di Revenna, PG Mavundla and Impregilo Joint Venture).

(2)(f)

The amount paid to this contractor for work done on the scheme is R14 959 205 944.36 (excluding VAT).

(3)

No. A technical investigation looking into the root causes of operational problems has been initiated, the outcome of which will determine whether there is a need for forensic investigation.

05 June 2018 - NW1261

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) What are the reasons that Eskom has failed to recapitalise its tied mines resulting in a drop in coal supply; (2) whether Eskom has negotiated any contracts with non-tied mines to fill the coal-supply shortfall over the past 12 months; if so, (a) which companies have been contracted, (b) what was the cost of each ton of coal, (c) what is the total number of tons that will be supplied and (d) what are the details of the term of the contract; (3) whether Eskom will be entering into any future contracts with non-tied mines; if so, what is the name of each company?

Reply:

According to the information received from Eskom

(1)

Eskom had Capital constraints post Multi Year Price Determination 3 (MYPD3) award in 2013. Eskom prioritised allocation of capital for the New Build program and thus very limited capital was made available for the cost plus mines expansion and equipment replacement projects.

FY2017 Eskom recommitted capital investment in the cost plus mines. However Eskom is still faced with further funding constraints and this affects its capital allocation for cost plus mines.

(2)

Yes, over the past 12 months Eskom has negotiated contracts with non-tied mines to fill the coal-supply shortfall.

(2)(a)(c)(d)

Table 1 provides the name of the suppliers that have been contracted; total number of tons that will be supplied to Eskom; and the start date of each coal supply agreement (CSA).

Table 1: Details of contracts with non-tied mines

 No.

Name of the supplier (a)

Total Quantity in tons (c)

CSA start date

(d)

1

Sudor Coal (Pty) Ltd – Halfgewonnen

20 960 000

2017/05/01

2

Silverlake Trading (Pty) Ltd – Uitgevalen

             3 000 000

2017/05/01

3

Izimbiwa Handling Systems (Pty) Ltd - Doornrug

                350 000

2017/05/01

4

Iyanga Mining (Pty) Ltd - Leeuport, Klipfontein & Mooifontein

                480 000

2017/05/01

5

Keaton Mining (Pty) Ltd – Vanggatfontein

                100 000

2017/06/01

6

African Exploration Mining and Finance Company - Chilwavhusiku

             9 000 000

2017/09/01

7

Izimbiwa Coal (Pty) Ltd -Graspan (Previously Shanduka)

             1 050 000

2017/06/01

8

 

Exxaro Coal Mpumalanga (Pty) Ltd – NBC

 

             1 020 000

2017/07/01

 

   

                420 000

 

9

 

Cathoros Commodities (Pty) Ltd -  Wescoal Processing Plant

 

120 000

2017/07/17

 

   

280 000

 

 

 No.

Name of the supplier (a)

Total Quantity in tons (c)

CSA start date (d)

10

Iyanga Mining (Pty) Ltd – Klipfontein

4 800 000

2017/08/01

11

African Exploration Mining and Finance Company - Mzimkhulu

29 800 000

2017/10/01

12

Tshedza Mining Resources (Pty) Ltd – Manungu

720 000

2017/09/01

13

Keaton Mining (Pty) Ltd – Vanggatfontein

200 000

2017/10/01

14

Stuart Coal (Pty) Ltd - East Block

1 200 000

2017/11/01

15

Overlooked Colliery (Pty) Ltd

504 000

2017/12/01

16

Rirhandzu Colliery (Pty) Ltd

790 000

2018/01/01

17

Ntshovelo Mining Resources (Pty) Ltd

550 000

2018/01/01

18

Liketh Investments (Pty) Ltd - KK Pit 5

750 000

2017/12/18

19

Cathoros Commodities (Pty) Ltd - Nndanganeni Colliery

450 000

2018/01/01

20

Exxaro Coal Mpumalanga (Pty) Ltd - NBC

780 000

2018/01/01

21

Hlagisa Mining (Pty) Ltd -  Wildfontein

2 000 000

2018/03/01

22

Izimbiwa Coal (Pty) Ltd (previously Shanduka) - Graspan

3 600 000

2018/03/22

23

Wescoal Mining - Elandspruit

480 000

2018/04/01

(2)(b)

Please note that prices cannot be disclosed as they are confidential and commercialy sensitive.

(3)

Yes, to satisfy its demand Eskom will be entering into any future contracts with non-tied mines through the approved procurement mechanisms.

The names of the suppliers who are involved in the ongoing procurement processes cannot be revealed as this would compromise the processes, while those who will be engaged in the future are not known at this stage.

24 May 2018 - NW137

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)With reference to an amount of R55,984 million that was for a contract and/or payment to Regiments Capital in her reply to question 3683 on 2 January 2018, was the contract signed by Transnet, and if so, who signed the contract on behalf of Transnet; (2)(a) What was the actual total contract, (b) what are the details of this contract specifying exactly what service the specified company provided Transnet in each case, (c) each invoice paid and what date it was paid on and (d) who signed off on the invoices?

Reply:

This response is according to information received from the SOC:

1. The contract was signed by the Transnet Group Chief Executive.

(2)(a) The total contract value was R375 million.

(2)(b) The contract scope was as follows:

  • Realisation of the General Freight Business volume targets for 2015/2016 and 2016/2017.
  • Implementation of the processes and tools to ensure sustainability and capacity building; upgrade and embed operational capabilities on key flows to ensure execution as per plan (Replicate coal line approach).
  • Validate long term demand as basis for the General Freight Business case.
  • Build key account plans, commercial capabilities and technology solutions to drive the road to rail shift beyond 2015/2016.
  • Identification of new markets and commodities that can be leveraged to produce additional General Freight Business volumes including new markets identified by TFR such as FMCG;
  • Sales, marketing and commercial initiatives;
  • Cost Sweep and Cash Lab (Including EBITDA uplift, monetization of non-core assets including property etc);
  • Driver based budgeting;
  • Project Management Office.

( a) Regiments Capital was paid R 55 984 621 for delivering services in terms of the contract. The contract was for the provision of services related to: RFP GSM/15/03/1255: provision of professional services to support Transnet in increasing general freight business with a breakthrough to reach the planned volume targets for the financial year 2015/2016 and 2016/2017.

Invoice Number

  1. How much was paid (Excluding VAT) R

What date was it paid

  1. Who signed off the invoice

TRXGFB00001

R 3 256 000

2015 08 21

GCIA – Executive Manager

TRXGFB00002

R 4 400 000

2015 08 21

GCIA – Executive Manager

TRXGFB00003

R 7 150 000

2015 09 16

GCIA – Executive Manager

TRXGFB00004

R 8 250 000

2015 10 01

GCIA – Executive Manager

TRXGFB00005

R 8 250 000

2015 12 18

TFR – Business Owner

TRXGFB00006

R 11 000 000

2016 01 22

GCIA – Executive Manager

TRXGFB00007

R 8 232 521

2016 01 22

GCIA – Executive Manager

TRXGFB00008

R 5 446 100

2016 02 17

TFR – Business Owner

       

Total

R 55 984 621

   

23 May 2018 - NW139

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Mashabela, Ms N to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)      How many officials and/or employees in her department were granted permission to have businesses and/or to conduct business dealings in the past three financial years; (2) Are any of the officials and/or employees that have permission to have businesses and/or to conduct business, doing business with the Government; if so, (a) what was the purpose of each business transaction, (b) when did each business transaction occur and (c) what was the value of each business transaction?

Reply:

(1). Six (6) officials were granted permission.

2. Yes, one official did business with two state owned enterprises during the 2014 / 2015 financial year.

(a). Provision of stationary (Transnet Freight Rail) and provision of a transport service to Alexkor.

(b). During the 2014/2015 Financial Year.

(c). Transnet Freight Rail, R 5 988.42

Alexkor R 17 995.63

The permission to conduct business with or outside of government for all individuals has expired.

22 May 2018 - NW519

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)       Whether, with reference to the reply to question 4012 on 02 January 2017, he is aware that Environmental Management Programme Report of Alexkor expressly forbids the building of seawalls in the manner that is currently being used extensively along the Namaqualand coastline; (2) whether he will launch an investigation into the cofferdam mining method used by Alexkor in Namaqualand that has environmental consequences for the local fishermen and diamond divers; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

Response is based on information received from Alexkor.

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

(1)

The Department notes that the approved EMPR was based on the utilisation of sand material as opposed excavated material to construct the coffer dams. In 2013 Department of Environment and Nature Conversation gave Alexkor permission to continue with the coffer dam operations whilst the application of Section 24 (g) of NEMA Act 107 of 1998 is being assessed.

Subsequently Alexkor was required to revise the EMPR and this was submitted to the Northern Cape Mineral Resources (Regional Offices) on 4 May 2018.

(2)

The Department noted the concerns raised with regards to the coffer dam operation at the Alexander Bay operations. The Department has commissioned an investigation into the legality of the operations to determine whether the processes followed in assessing and evaluating the likelihood of environmental impacts on socio economic, community and marine life, were considered.

The Department intends to conclude the investigation during the 2018/19 financial year.

   
       
       
         
       
       

14 May 2018 - NW364

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Krumbock, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What is the total amount that was (i) budgeted for and (ii) spent on her private office (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017 and (b) what was the (i) remuneration, (ii) salary level, (iii) job title, (iv) qualification and (v) job description of each employee appointed in her private office in each of the specified periods?

Reply:

a) Total amount budgeted for and Expenditure for the past three financial years

(aa) Financial year

(i) Budgeted Amount

(ii) Expenditure

2015/2016

R 31 420 000.00

R 28 937 000.00

2016/2017

R 29 118 000.00

R 29 026 000.00

2017/2018

R 28 605 000.00

R 27 040 000.00

(b) As at 1 April 2017 to date.

(b)

(i) Remuneration

(ii) Salary level

(iii) Job title

(iv) Qualification

R1 299 501.00

15

Special Advisor

Diploma in Project Management.

R1,214,475.00

14

Chief of Staff

B-Tech in Public Management

R 948 174.00

13

Senior Parliamentary and Cabinet Support Officer

Senior Certificate

R 898,743.00

13

Private Secretary

Grade 9

R 864,903.00

12

Assistant Private Secretary( Seconded from DPE)

Diploma: Secretarial/Public Management

R 917,970.00

12

Parliamentary and Cabinet Support Officer

Senior Certificate

R 657,558.00

11

Deputy Director Administration

Bachelor of Administration degree

R 657 558,00

11

Administrative Secretary

Bachelor of Administration degree

R 289,929.00

8

Senior Administrative Officer

Bachelor of Administration degree

R 226,611.00

7

Senior Administrative Officer

Grade 11

R 230 013.00

7

Receptionist/Registry

Senior Certificate

R 216 216.00

6

Driver/ Messenger

Grade 7

R 189 102.00

6

Driver /Messenger

Senior Certificate

R 230 013.00

6

Registry Clerk

Senior Certificate

R 152 862.00

5

Food Services Aid

Grade 11

(v) The job descriptions are accordingly attached. (Annexure A)

07 May 2018 - NW329

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What amount did (a) her department and (b) each entity reporting to her spend on the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo on the (i) Africa News Network 7 channel, (ii) SA Broadcasting Corporation (aa) television channels and (bb) radio stations, (iii) national commercial radio stations and (iv) community (aa) television and (bb) radio stations since 1 January 2017?

Reply:

Responses are based on information received from DPE Corporate Management, Eskom, SAX, Transnet, respectively.

DPE:

(a)

There was no spending by the department on promotion or celebration of the year of OR Tambo on the (i) Africa News Network 7 channel, (ii) SA Broadcasting Corporation (aa) television channels and (bb) radio stations, (iii) national commercial radio stations and (iv) community (aa) television and (bb) radio stations since 1 January 2017.

ESKOM:

(b)

There was no spending by Eskom on promotion or celebration of the year of OR Tambo on the (i) Africa News Network 7 channel, (ii) SA Broadcasting Corporation (aa) television channels and (bb) radio stations, (iii) national commercial radio stations and (iv) community (aa) television and (bb) radio stations since 1 January 2017.

SAX:

There was no spending by South African Express on promotion or celebration of the year of OR Tambo on the (i) Africa News Network 7 channel, (ii) SA Broadcasting Corporation (aa) television channels and (bb) radio stations, (iii) national commercial radio stations and (iv) community (aa) television and (bb) radio stations since 1 January 2017.

TRANSNET:

There was no spending by Transnet on promotion or celebration of the year of OR Tambo on the (i) Africa News Network 7 channel, (ii) SA Broadcasting Corporation (aa) television channels and (bb) radio stations, (iii) national commercial radio stations and (iv) community (aa) television and (bb) radio stations since 1 January 2017.

Alexkor, Denel, Safcol responses not received.

07 May 2018 - NW687

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)Whether Alexkor SOC Ltd concluded any contracts with a certain company (name furnished) (a) in each of the past five financial years and (b) since 1 April 2017; if so, (i) what are the relevant details and (ii) what is the purpose of each contract concluded with the specified company; (2) whether Alexkor SOC Ltd ensured that the company complied with all relevant black economic empowerment legislation before contracting any services from the company; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

Response is based on information received from Alexkor and cannot at this stage be verified by the Department.

 

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

 

  1.  

a) 

Alexkor SOC did not concluded a contract with a company namely Scarlet Sky Investments (SSI).The pooling and sharing joint venture (PSJV) between Alexkor SOC and the Richtersveld Mining Company (RMC) who in terms of Clause 13.3 of the Unanimous Resolution is responsible for the marketing of the diamonds concluded a contract with a company Scarlet Sky Investments 60 PTY LTD, since 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

b) 

See responses below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

(i)

And (ii)

SSI is responsible for the marketing, valuation, beneficiation and the selling of diamonds produced by the PSJV.The selling of the diamonds is conducted through a tender system where the diamonds are sold to the highest bidding companies.Diamonds selected for beneficiation are paid for by SSI upfront based on the tender price.

SSI in terms of the contract is receiving 1.5% commission based on the value of all diamonds sold on tender after each production cycle.

 

 

 

  1.  

 

07 May 2018 - NW688

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)What are the reasons that the head office of Alexkor SOC Ltd is situated in Johannesburg when it is a marine diamond company based in Alexander Bay in the Northern Cape; (2) whether Alexkor’s offices in Johannesburg and Alexander Bay duplicate any corporate services; if so, (a) what are the relevant details, (b) why are these corporate services being duplicated and (c) on what statutory grounds are these services being duplicated; (3) whether he has found that Alexkor SOC Ltd is financially secure and will have sufficient funds to continue its operations in the future; (4) whether any marine mining vessels have (a) been grounded and/or (b) not been granted permission to continue work for Alexkor SOC Ltd in each of the past three financial years and since 1 April 2017; if so, (i) why and (ii) what are the further relevant details in each case?

Reply:

Response is based on information received from Alexkor

 

  1.  

Alexkor, as a result of the Deed of Settlement (DoS) entered into with the Richtersveld Community (RC) has been left with its only asset being the marine diamond mining rights in the Richtersveld.

 

The marine and land diamond mining have been pooled into an uni-corporated structure called the Pooling and Sharing Joint Venture (PSJV). This is the structure that owns and operates the mine on the Richtersveld.

 

Thus, Alexkor does not at present have any mining operations. Therefore Johannesburg is the best location while it is seeking opportunities to establish its own operations. The ease of access to mining houses and finance houses makes the location ideal, and this applies to other mining companies located in the city but with operations across the continent.

 

 

 

 

2. 

(a) 

No corporate functions are being duplicated.

 

Although the PSJV is a self-contained entity in Alexander Bay, it is governed by its own Board consisting of three NEDs from both Boards of Alexkor and the RMC (three interim NEDs appointed by the Court on behalf of the RMC), and has its own employees. It is a Joint Venture and is not incorporated, neither is it bound by the provisions of the Public Finance Management Act (“PFMA”). Alexkor is therefore required to maintain a Head Office in Johannesburg to fulfil all the statutory requirements of a State-Owned Company.

 

(b) and

 

(c) 

 

 

3. 

While Alexkor sole source of income is its share of the proceeds from the PSJV, it will continue to struggle to make ends meet as the PSJV has had challenges with a deep sea mining vessel being damaged and withdrawn from service and the land mining operation not yielding sustainable diamond volumes. At this stage, interest from cash holding is meeting the shortfall; however, a long term solution is being sought including acquisition of mining assets and value addition on current Richtersveld diamond production.

 

 

 

4. 

(a) 

 

The Minister of Public Enterprises has instituted a forensic investigation into, amongst others, the termination of three (3) shallow water mining contractors. The Department will be able to provide further details at the conclusion of the investigation.

 

(b) 

 

 

 

(i) 

 

 

(ii) 

         

 

These matters are being reviewed by the Minister.

 

07 May 2018 - NW689

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) Whether the Mayor of Lephalale Local Municipality in Limpopo plays a role in the employment processes of persons involved in the construction of Eskom’s Medupi Power Station; if so, (a) on what statutory grounds and (b) what are the further relevant details; (2) what are the full details of the employment processes for persons involved in the construction of the Medupi Power Station?

Reply:

The parliamentary question has been forward to Eskom and the Ministry of Public Enterprises awaits their urgent response. Further information will be conveyed to Parliament as soon as the response is received.

07 May 2018 - NW690

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Marais, Mr S to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)      Whether public participation processes were conducted with the Steenbokpan community for the construction of a Transnet railway line from the new Medupi Power Station; if not, (a) why not and (b) by what date will public participation processes with the specified community commence; if so, (i) on what dates were meetings held and (ii) what are the details of the feedback received; (2) Whether the specified community will benefit from the construction of the specified railway line; if not, why not; if so, to what extent; (3) Whether the specified community is in any danger of being removed from the Steenbokpan; (4) (a) What is the current status of the construction of the specified railway line and (b) by what date will construction on the specified line recommence?

Reply:

                                                                           

This response is according to information received from the SOC:

1. Transnet is NOT building a new railway line from Medupi Power Station but is building a 860m take off line into Resgen Mine from Transnet’s Thabazimbi – Lephalale Main Line. Once the take off line is completed, a new 38km railway line into Resgen Mine will be constructed by Resgen Mine in their private capacity.

(b)(i) Yes, with regards to the take-off line into Resgen, Transnet’s RME department conducted two meetings on 17 January 2018 and 14 February 2018 facilitated by the Local Municipality. On 17 January 2018, RME Management met with the Local Municipality Manager and others (details can be provided from municipality). At this meeting Transnet Management presented the Human Capital policies and procedures. They also discussed the work scope and human resources requirements for the take-off line.

(b)(ii) It was agreed that CVs will be handed-in at the Municipality for the local authorities to verify that it is Lephalale people applying and not “outsiders”. Subsequent to a follow-up meeting on 14 February 2018, the Mayor gave a go-ahead and the recruitment process started. Transnet has interviewed all the potential candidates and is now ready to issue Fixed Term Contracts for a month’s duration to all successful candidates.  

(2)       The local community will benefit from the employment opportunities created as follows:

  • 42 x General Workers,
  • 2 x Safety Reps,
  • 2 x Flagmen,
  • 1x Machine Operator.

 

(3)     The specified community is not in any danger of being removed from the Steenbokpan;

(4)(a)  Transnet is busy with the preparatory works, i.e. ballast offloading, tamping and regulating.

(b)  The construction work will commence as soon as the local community members are given their Fixed Term Contracts, as per 2 above.

 

07 May 2018 - NW956

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)(a) What was the process by which a certain person (name furnished) was selected to take up the position of Chief Financial Officer on the Alexkor Board, (b) when was the post advertised, (c) who were the other candidates who (i) applied and (ii) were shortlisted or interviewed and (d) who was on the selection panel; (2) did the specified person disclose the litigation process the person is involved in relating to a previous position at a large corporation (name furnished)?

Reply:

The parliamentary question has been forward to Alexkor and the Ministry of Public Enterprises awaits their urgent response. Further information will be conveyed to Parliament as soon as the response is received.

07 May 2018 - NW991

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) his department and (b) the entities reporting to him (i) own, (ii) have exclusive rights to and/or (ii) lease from the state to (aa) use and/ or (bb) occupy?

Reply:

The parliamentary question has been forward to the entities and the Ministry of Public Enterprises awaits their urgent response. Further information will be conveyed to Parliament as soon as the response is received.

07 May 2018 - NW21

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)  Whether any of the bonuses listed on page 108 of Eskom’s 2016-17 annual report have been paid out; (2) (a) what are the full relevant details of how Eskom’s Long-term Incentive Scheme works and (b) who were the beneficiaries of the specified scheme in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

The parliamentary question has been forward to Eskom and the Ministry of Public Enterprises awaits their urgent response. Further information will be conveyed to Parliament as soon as the response is received.

07 May 2018 - NW82

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether Eskom paid any consulting fees to a certain company (name furnished) since 1 April 2007; if so, what (a) is the value of consulting fees paid to the specified company in each of the specified financial years and (b) are the details of each payment in terms of the (i) date of (aa) signing of and (bb) payment for the contract, (ii) length of the contract, (iii) details of the contract’s project and (iv) name of the Eskom (aa) project manager and (bb) financial officer who signed off on the contract?

Reply:

The parliamentary question has been forward to Eskom and the Ministry of Public Enterprises awaits their urgent response. Further information will be conveyed to Parliament as soon as the response is received.

07 May 2018 - NW18

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What number of staff members in each state-owned enterprise qualified as artisans in the (i) 2014-15, (ii) 2015-16 and (iii) 2016-17 financial years, (b) in which trade each of the specified persons qualify and (c) which trade test centres were used in each case for the qualifying tests?

Reply:

Information as supplied by the State owned Entities

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

 

 

 

(a)

(i)

2014-15 -  3 staff members qualified as artisans

 

(ii)

2015-16 - No staff members qualified

 

(iii)

2016-17 - No staff members qualified

 

(b)

Electrical; Fitter & Auto Electrical

 

(c)

Electrician – De Beers Kathu Technical College;

Fitter – De Beers Kathu Technical College;

Auto Electrician – Northlink College

 

Currently in training: 2016 - 2017

Section 26 D Skills Programme: @ Namaqualand College (NCT TVET College)

  • 1x Electrician
  • 1x Fitter
  • 1x Welder
  • 2x Diesel Mechanics

 

Full Apprenticeship Programme: 2015-Current

  • 1x Auto-Electrician at Northlink College
         

 

DENEL SOC LIMITED

 

 

(a)

(i)

2014-15  - 33 apprentices qualified

 

 

(ii)

2015-16  - 69 apprentices qualified

 

 

(iii)

2016-17  - 43 apprentices qualified

 

 

(b)

Aircraft Avionician

16

Aircraft Composite Worker

2

Aircraft Mechanic

35

Aircraft Spray Painter

1

Aircraft Structural Worker

19

Boilermaker

1

Electrician

7

Fitter & Turner

48

Machine Tool Millwright

2

Tool, Jig and Die Maker

4

Toolmaker

3

Turner Machinist

5

Welder

2

TOTAL

145

 

 

 

(c)

Denel Technical Academy

21

Indlela

95

SAJ Competency Training Institution

20

NECSA - Pretoria

1

Seifsa Training Centre  - Benoni

3

South African Breweries

4

Westlake Training College

1

TOTAL

145

 

 

 

 

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

 

 

(a)

(i)

2014-15  - 1 (one) staff member

 

 

(ii)

2015-16  - NIL

 

 

(iii)

2016-17  - NIL

 

 

(b)

The single staff member referred to in paragraph (a)(i) above qualified in the trade of boilermaker.

 

 

ESKOM:

(a)

The table below lists the number of staff members at Eskom who qualified as artisans over a three financial years.

 

Qualifying Year

Total

2014/2015

(a)(i)

2015/2016

(a)(ii)

2016/2017

(a)(iii)

 

Total

209

566

223

998

 

(b)

Table below lists the trade in which the artisans qualified in over a three (3) year period.

Discipline / Trade

Qualifying Year

2014/2015

(a)(i)

2015/2016

(a)(ii)

2016/2017

(a)(iii)

Boiler making / Welding

0

11

0

Control & Instrumentation

6

28

3

Electrical

187

386

202

Mechanical

16

57

18

Plant Operating

0

83

0

Rigging

0

1

0

(c)

Trade Testing is conducted at Eskom Trade Test Centers. External trade test centres are made use of when internal capacity is limited. The table below lists the various trade test centres:

Discipline / Trade

Trade Test Centre(s)

Boiler making / Welding

Majuba TVET College

Control & Instrumentation

Eskom

Electrical

Eskom & *External

Mechanical

Eskom

Plant Operating

No trade test required

Rigging

Majuba TVET College

*Colliery Training Centre, Majuba, Gijima, Lakeside & De Beers

SAX:

a) How many staff members in each state-owned enterprise qualified as artisans in the

(i) 2014-15, (ii) 2015-16 and (iii) 2016-17 financial years

(i) 2014-15

 

12

(ii) 2015-16

 

17

(iii) 2016-17

 

5

(b) in which trade did each of the specified persons qualify

11 x Mechanics

1 x Avionic  

17 x Mechanics

 

1 x Mechanic

4x Avionics

(c) which trade test centres were used in each case for the qualifying tests?

SAA and Denel

SAA

SAA and Denel

 

 

TRANSNET:

 

  1.  

Qualified Artisans   (2014 – 2017)

CENTRE

LEARNERS QUALIFIED

LEARNERS ABSORBED

LEARNERS RELEASED

BLOEMFONTEIN

332

62

270

DURBAN

799

174

625

GERMISTON

341

44

297

KOEDOESPOORT

348

146

207

SALT RIVER

198

53

141

UITENHAGE

341

23

317

TOTAL

2 359

502

1 857

(b) & (c)

Trades and Training/Test Centres

Trades

Germiston

Bloem

fontein

Uitenhage

Koedoes

poort

Durban

Salt River

Total

Electricians

82

57

82

19

183

19

442

Electrical Fitter

54

5

54

41

181

17

352

Diesel E/Fitter

48

13

48

43

16

19

187

Diesel Mechanics

0

0

0

0

21

0

21

Plater

0

70

0

7

22

42

141

Boilermaker

0

0

0

0

42

0

42

Vehicle Builder

0

0

0

17

1

7

25

Millwright

57

45

57

29

109

6

303

Fitter

0

0

0

0

16

10

26

Wagon Fitter

41

28

41

0

21

11

142

Welder

59

61

59

155

72

46

452

Armature Winder

0

0

0

0

15

0

15

Fitter and Turner

0

34

0

0

0

0

34

Turner and Machinist

0

19

0

37

98

21

175

Bricklayer

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

Totals

341

332

341

348

799

198

2359

07 May 2018 - NW140

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Mathys, Ms L to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether (a) she or (b) the Deputy Minister made use of a chartered private jet during the period 1 January 2013 up to the latest specified date for which information is available; if so, what (i) were the reasons for using a chartered private jet, (ii) was the travel route in each case and (iii) did the use of the jet cost her department in each case

Reply:

(b) The previous Deputy Minister, Mr Bulelani Gratitude Magwanishe used a chartered flight during 17 -19 February 2013 together with Deputy Ministers of Rural Development and Land Reform and Minerals Resources and other 17 passengers.

(i) The reason was to engage with community members at Richtersveld on matters relating to the implementation of the 2007 Deed of Settlement.  Alexander Bay is in an area that is difficult to get to and the only means of transport to get there are to either drive for distances of more than 600 kilometres in any direction inside South African Borders or fly via Namibia.  Given the tight timeframes and the need for the Deputy Ministers to be in Cape Town for Parliament on Tuesday 19 February 2013, it was decided that a charter flight was the most prudent way to travel.

(ii) From Cape Town International to Alexander Bay and back.

(iii) R370 147.97

07 May 2018 - NW147

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) What are the (a) details and (b) levels of service providers and/or contractors from which (i) her department and (ii) the entities reporting to her procured services in the past five financial years; (2) what (a) service was provided by each service provider and/or contractor and (b) amount was each service provider and/or contractor paid; (3) (a) what is the total number of service providers that are black-owned entities, (b) what contract was each of the black-owned entities awarded and (c) what amount was each black-owned entity paid

Reply:

All responses are based on information received from DPE Corporate Management, Alexkor, Denel, Eskom, SAFCOL, Transnet and SAX, respectively.

DPE:

The details of the service providers and /or contractors procured by the department in the past five years are provided in Annexure 1 (A to E).

ALEXKOR:

 

NAME OF CONTRACTOR    

RANK

SERVICE PROVIDER

AMOUNT PAID

(1)(b)

(1)(b)

(2)(a)

(2)(b)

1. RSV ENCO CONSULTING PTY LTD

 

GENERIC SCORECARD

CONSULTANTS

R 2 350 847.00

2. MYEZO ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE

 

GENERIC SCORECARD

CONSULTANTS

R14 598 836.00

3. FINFIVE PLACEMENT

QUALIFYING SMALL ENTERPRISE (QSE)

CONSULTANTS

R 7 326 897.00

4. LITHA COMMUNICATIONS

 

QUALIFYING SMALL ENTERPRISE (QSE)

CONSULTANTS

R 1 116 170.00

5. MACNYONI DIGITAL (PTY) LTD

 

QUALIFYING SMALL ENTERPRISE (QSE)

CONSULTANTS

R     798 391.00

 

6. ARENKWE TRADING AND PROJECTS

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

 

CONSULTANTS

R    792 180.00

7. RICHTERSVELD ENVIRONMENTAL REHABILITATION COMP

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R    666 833.00

8. MAX SMEIMAN AND ASSOCIATES

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS(SCM)

R    572 400.00

9. FUGRO AIRBORNE SURVEYS

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R    465 349.00

10. KIMOPAX

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R     457 191.00

11. GEOVITTO (PTY) LTD

12.

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R     425 288.00

13. MSOMIPUISANO

EXEMPT MICRO ENTERPRISE (EME)

CONSULTANTS

R     539 710.00

14. MADAUTSHA SOLUTIONS INC

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R     351 600.00

15. GM DAVIES

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R     273 883.00

16. LANDELAHNI BUSINESS LEADERS

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R     250 000.00

17. VBKOM CONSULTING ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R     238 801.00

18. TACTUS ADVISORY SERVICES

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R     212 000.00

19. CONCEPT RISK SOUTIONS

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R     174 692.00

20. MOMENTUM

 

GENERIC SCORECARD

CONSULTANTS

R   444 637.00

21. CARBONART

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R   111 035.00

22. MEK DRILLING

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R   109 550.00

23. GBB CONSULTING AND PROJECTS

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R   100 000.00

24. WITHERS ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

 

 

CONSULTANTS

R   151 239.00

25. SITE PLAN CONSULTANTS

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

CONSULTANTS

R  138 560.00

26.CRS TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD

 

QUALIFYING SMALL ENTERPRISE (QSE)

CONSULTANTS

R   137 831.00

27. WEBBER WENTZEL ATTORNEYS

 

GENERIC SCORECARD

LEGAL SERVICES

R3 980 586.00

28. MESSINA INC

EXEMPT MICRO ENTERPRISE (EME)

LEGAL SERVICES

R1 103 507.00

29. KAPDI TWALA ATTORNEYS

 

GENERIC SCORECARD

LEGAL SERVICES

R1 555 148.00

30. MKHABELA HUNTLEY ADEKEYE INC

 

QUALIFYING SMALL ENTERPRISE (QSE)

LEGAL SERVICES

R  156 595.00

31. NINGIZA HORNER INC. ATTORNEYS

 

EXEMPT MICRO ENTERPRISE (EME)

LEGAL SERVICES

R  322 609.00

32. NCUBE INCORPORATED ATTORNEYS

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

LEGAL SERVICES

R   116 550.00

33. ARENKWE TRADINGAND PROJECTS

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

LEGAL SERVICES

R    792 180.00

34. NORTON ROSE FULBRIGHT

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

LEGAL SERVICES

R  365 374.00

35. DUNCAN KORABIE ATTORNEYS

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

LEGAL SERVICES

R  892 212.00

36. LADY JUSTICE

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

LEGAL SERVICES

R  270 350.00

37. DUNCAN & ROTHMAN

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

LEGAL SERVICES

R  100 000.00

38. GEORGE WHITEHEAD ATTORNEYS& CONV

 

NO BEE CERTIFICATE

LEGAL SERVICES

R  289 503.00

39. OUTSOURCED RISK AND COMPLIANCE ASSESSMENT

 

QUALIFYING SMALL ENTERPRISE (QSE)

AUDIT SERVICES

R2 488 328.00

39NEXIA SAB & T

 

GENERIC SCORECARD

AUDIT SERVICES

R2 287 860.00

40.PRICEWATERHOUSE COOPERS

 

GENERIC SCORECARD

AUDIT SERVICES

R1 677 421.00

 

BLACK-OWNED SERVICE PROVIDERS

CONTRACT AWARDED TO BLACK-OWNED SERVICE PROVIDERS

HOW MUCH WAS EACH BLACK-OWNED SERVICE PROVIDER PAID

(3)(a)

(3)(b)

(3)(c)

CONSULTANTS

1. RSV ENCO CONSULTING PTY LTD

CONDUCT A DUE DILIGENCE STUDY ON A MINING COMPANY

R  2 350 847.00

2. MYEZO ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE

UPDATE OF REHABILITATION LIABILITY

R14 598 836.00

3. MACNYONI DIGITAL (PTY) LTD

IT SERVICES

R     798 391.00

 

4. MSOMIPUISANO

PRINTING/ IT SERVICES

R     366 610.00

5. LITHA COMMUNICATIONS

MARKETING SERVICES

R 1 116 170.00

AUDIT SERVICES

1. OUTSOURCED RISK AND COMPLIANCE ASSESSMENT

INTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES

R2 488 328.00

2. NEXIA SAB & T

 

EXTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES

R2 287 860.00

3. PRICEWATERHOUSE COOPERS

EXTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES

 

R1 677 421.00

LEGAL SERVICES

1. MESSINA INC

 

LEGAL SERVICES

R1 103 507.00

2. KAPDI TWALA ATTORNEYS

LEGAL SERVICES

R1 555 148.00

3. MKHABELA HUNTLEY ADEKEYE INC

 

LEGAL SERVICES

R  156 595.00

4. NINGIZA HORNER INC. ATTORNEYS

 

LEGAL SERVICES

R  322 609.00

5. NCUBE INCORPORATED ATTORNEYS

 

LEGAL SERVICES

R   116 550.00

 

DENEL:

 

NAME OF CONTRACTOR    

RANK

SERVICE PROVIDER

AMOUNT PAID

(1)(b)

(1)(b)

(2)(a)

(2)(b)

1. PRONEX ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

QSE

 ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R 30 514 820.82

2. UMJIKELO RECRUITMENT SERVICES (PTY) LTD

EME

 RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

 R 27 082 959.95

3. SAAB GRINTEK DEFENCE (PTY) LTD T/A SUPPORT AND SERVICES

Generic

ELECTRONIC

 R 25 290 943.55

4. INNOWORXX MANAGEMENT (PTY) LTD

EME

RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

 R 24 761 429.78

5. QMUZIK TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD

Generic

STANDARD SOFTWARE

 R23 632 834.33

6. BOKAMOSO ASSET MANAGEMENT T/A AIH

QSE

OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R 19 167 836.99

7.DYNAMIC INSIGHT (PTY) LTD

EME

RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

 R19 089 799.06

8.NGENA DESIGN SPACE (PTY) LTD

QSE

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R 15 141 990.57

9.SIZWE NTSALUBA GOBODO INC.

Generic

 AUDITING/CONSULTING SERVICES

 R13 857 096.06

10.Cernofon CC

 

EME

 

 TECHNICAL ADVISORS

 

 R11 271 473.71

 

11.DELOITTE & TOUCHE

Generic

 AUDITING/CONSULTING SERVICES

 R   7 865 560.68

12.VERILINE (PTY) LTD

EME

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R   7 023 682.00

13. PRODUCT ONE SOLUTIONS (PTY) LTD

Generic

ENGINEERING SOFTWARE LICENSES

 R   6 682 350.07

14.TRINERGY BUSINESS SOLUTIONS                                  

QSE

SAP Consultant

R 6 174 720.00

15. STORM TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD

EME

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R 6 082 196.50

16. HIGHVELD PFS

Generic

RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

 R    5 290 190.50

17. LUFTHANSA CONSULTING GMBH

 QSE

SARA MARKET STUDY (RFT15-004) BY LUFTHANSA CONSULTING.  PAYM

 R 5 010 428.00

18.ARIOGENIX (PTY) LTD

QSE

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R   4 759 908.48

19.DESERT WOLF CONSULTING LTD

QSE

 OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 

 R4 635 498.91

20.ATTERBURY BIRD AND ANIMAL CLINIC CC

EME

OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R  4 335 584.17

21. APULUM SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

EME

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R  4 305 068.00

22.LESIBA DESIGN SERVICES

EME

RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

 R 4 278 484.00

23. ONISTEP (Pty) Ltd  T/A

QSE

AGENCY PERSONNEL

 R4 234 586.92

 

24. DUOTRONIC SYSTEMS

QSE

OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R 4 005 250.00

25. RAND MUTUAL ASSURANCE COMPANY

Generic

 INSURANCE EMPLOYER EMPLOYEE

 R3 624 504.32

26. CNC JARRARD LOGISTIC AND GENERAL ENTERPRISE CC

EME

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R3 484 368.95

27. ERGONOMICS TECHNOLOGIES, A DIVISION OF ARMSCOR DEFENCE INSTITUTES

Generic

OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R3 375 619.64

28.JAMES KEMP LOGISTICS

EME

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R 3 350 894.00

30.ORESTIZEST (PTY) LTD T/A INGALEC

EME

 ENGINEERING SOFTWARE LICENSES

 R  3 201 814.05

31.KWINANA & ASSOCIATES

QSE

 FINANCIAL SERVICES

 R 3 041 166.00

32. EXPRESS EMPLOYMENT PROFESSIONALS

Generic

 RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

 R  3 001 873.84

33. PRODIMEN RESEARCH CONSULTANTS

EME

PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES

 R 2 991 880.00

34.WALOG TRAINING DEVELOPMENT

EME

 OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R 2 523 024.34

35.OPTILOG (Pty) Ltd

 QSE

 ERP & LOGISTIC SUPPORT

 R 2 518 458.32

36. EOH HOLDINGS                                   

Generic

SAP Consultant

 R 2 278 062.75

37. CSIR

LRG

 RESEARCH

 R2 200 505.09

38. LERUMO

LRG

 OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R  2 114 704.02

39. ALTECH MULTIMEDIA INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD

LRG

 ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R 1 898 319.00

40. GO2 TECHNOLOGIES (Pty) Ltd

EME

ERP SUPPORT

 R  1 626 900.00

41. ESTEQ DESIGN (PTY) LTD

QSE

 ENGINEERING SOFTWARE LICENSES

 R  1 336 955.18

42. TR MOORE

QSE

MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGY CONSULTANTS

 R 1 294 000.00

43. NUVICOM CC

EME

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R 1 157 468.00

44. SATRENO CONSULTING (PTY) LTD                          

Generic

SAP Consultant

 R 1 072 000.00

45. IBM SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD

LRG

 ENGINEERING SOFTWARE LICENSES

 R  823 799.62

46. INDABA TRADING (PTY) LTD

EME

 OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R    803 265.35

47. HYDRO-POL FARMING CC

EME

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

 R  704 350.00

48. ELECTRONIC DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT

EME

STANDARD SOFTWARE

 R 667 125.00

49. RTSS CONSULTANTS CC

EME

OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R  665 390.00

50. EON CONSULTING (PTY) LTD

Generic

RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

 

 R 656 040.00

51. Technopark Personnel Group T/A

Generic

 RECRUITING

 R  608 966.23

52.DR. B MOODLEY

EME

 OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R  596 603.05

53. STRUCTURAL TESTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIMULATION TECHNOLOGIES

EME

ENGINEERING SOFTWARE LICENSES

 R 595 500.00

54. LJM Oosthuizen  CA (SA)

EME

 AUDITING SERVICES

 R591 562.50

55. ADAMS AND  ADAMS

Generic

LEGAL SERVICES

 R 554 449.37

56.GEOGRAFIESE,ELEKTRONIESE& OPTIESE STELSELS (EDMS) BPK

EME

 OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R 534 289.36

57.ITGO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (PTY) LTD

EME

OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R 517 648.33

58.ARCO –IRIS WORKERS

EME

 SERVICE BROKER

 R   504 196.37

 

 

 

BLACK-OWNED SERVICE PROVIDERS

CONTRACT AWARDED TO BLACK-OWNED SERVICE PROVIDERS

HOW MUCH WAS EACH BLACK-OWNED SERVICE PROVIDER PAID

(3)(a)

(3)(b)

(3)(c)

1. UMJIKELO RECRUITMENT SERVICES (PTY) LTD

 RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

R27 082 959.95

2. INNOWORXX MANAGEMENT (PTY) LTD

RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

R24 761 429.78

3. BOKAMOSO ASSET MANAGEMENT T/A AIH

OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

R19 167 836.99

4. DYNAMIC INSIGHT (PTY) LTD

RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

R19 089 799.06

5. SIZWE NTSALUBA GOBODO INC.

AUDITING SERVICES/CONSULTING

R13 857 096.06

6. Cernofon CC

TECHNICAL ADVISORS

R11 271 473.71

7. TRINERGY BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

SAP CONSULTANT

R6 174 702.00

8. ARIOGENIX (PTY) LTD

ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

R4 759 908.48

9.LESIBA DESIGN SERVICES

RECRUITMENT PLACEMENT AGENCIES

R4 278 484.00

10. ONISTEP (Pty) Ltd  T/A

 AGENCY PERSONNEL

R4 234 586.92

11.ORESTIZEST (PTY) LTD T/A INGALEC

 ENGINEERING SOFTWARE LICENSES

R3 201 814.05

12. KWINANA AND ASSOCIATES

FINANCIAL SERVICES

R3 041 166.00

13. OPTILOG PTY LTD

 ERP AND LOGISTICS SUPPORT

R2 518 458.32

14. ALTECH MULTIMEDIA INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD

 ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS

R1 898 319.00

15. INDABA TRADING (PTY) LTD

 OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R  803 265.35

16. DR. B MOODLEY

 OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R 596 603.05

17. ITGO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (PTY) LTD

OTHER CONSULTING SERVICES

 R 517 648.33

18. ARCO –IRIS WORKERS

 SERVICE BROKER

 R 504 196.37

 

 

 

SAFCOL :

 

SAFCOL has more than 3000 suppliers that it conducts business with. The Information Technology system that SAFCOL utilises cannot provide the information in the format that it has been requested.

 

Given the limited timeframe provided to respond to Parliamentary Questions, it was not possible to manually arrange the information in the required format and still meet the deadline. In that regard only information relating to the procurement of Professional services is provided. The completeness of this list cannot be guaranteed due to the limited timeframe and level of effort required to reconcile the information.

 

SAFCOL has interpreted “Ranks” to mean BBBEE Level of service provider. “Black Owned” companies are companies that have more than 50% black ownership.

   

 

 

 

 

SAFCOL :

 

SAFCOL has more than 3000 suppliers that it conducts business with. The Information Technology system that SAFCOL utilises cannot provide the information in the format that it has been requested.

 

Given the limited timeframe provided to respond to Parliamentary Questions, it was not possible to manually arrange the information in the required format and still meet the deadline. In that regard only information relating to the procurement of Professional services is provided. The completeness of this list cannot be guaranteed due to the limited timeframe and level of effort required to reconcile the information.

 

SAFCOL has interpreted “Ranks” to mean BBBEE Level of service provider. “Black Owned” companies are companies that have more than 50% black ownership.

 

 

NAME OF CONTRACTOR    

RANK

SERVICE PROVIDER

AMOUNT PAID

(1)(b)

(1)(b)

(2)(a)

(2)(b)

CSIR

Level 1

Professional Services

 R             437,323.14

Quality Engineering CM Erasmus

Level 4

Professional Services

 R             348,900.99

SGS South Africa (Pty)Ltd

Level 6

Professional Services

 R         1,096,720.52

Indigo Kulani Group (Pty) Ltd

Level 1

Professional Services

 R             673,697.25

Phakama Consulting (PhakamaTrdg Ent.t/a)

Level 1

Professional Services

 R             896,204.25

Malambule Business Consulting Pty Ltd

Level 1

Professional Services

 R               12,420.00

Work Dynamics Pty Ltd

Level 2

Professional Services

 R             133,665.00

Economistscosa

Level 4

Professional Services

 R             826,500.00

Crickmay & Associates (Pty)Ltd

Level 1

Professional Services

 R             417,643.76

Entsika Consulting Services (Pty) Ltd

Level 1

Professional Services

 R             535,580.33

Ladz Trading CC

Level 3

Professional Services

 R             888,316.04

Productivity SA

Level 5

Professional Services

 R             208,663.64

Analytical Risk Management(2RM Security)

Level 3

Audit Services

 R       12,368,311.56

Auditor General of South Africa

Level 3

Audit Services

 R       21,551,905.70

Deloitte

Level 2

Audit Services

 R         2,946,248.50

Grant  Thornton PS Advisory

Level 2

Audit Services

 R             958,273.38

KPMG

Level 2

Audit Services

 R         1,745,767.09

Manuel & Ass Corp Forensic Prac Pty Ltd

Level 1

Audit Services

 R             309,045.93

Mazars JHB

Level 2

Audit Services

 R             408,716.76

Nexus Forensic Services (Pty)Ltd

Level 2

Audit Services

 R               98,325.00

Ngubane and Company

Level 3

Audit Services

 R             383,922.00

Nkonki Incorporated

Level 2

Audit Services

 R         1,358,553.93

Phandahanu Forensics

Level 2

Audit Services

 R             236,870.63

Price Waterhouse Coopers

Level 2

Audit Services

 R         2,892,050.07

Qhubeka Forensic Services (PTY) LTD

Level 2

Audit Services

 R             233,034.90

SAB And T Chartered Accountants(Nexia)

Level 2

Audit Services

 R         2,214,997.20

Sekelaxabiso Pty Ltd

Level 2

Audit Services

 R         2,249,996.97

SizweNtsaluboGobodo

Level 2

Audit Services

 R         1,200,544.26

NOSA (Pty) Ltd

Level 6

Audit Services

 R         1,772,426.36

Alexander Forbes Risk Services(Pty)Ltd

Level 2

Risk Services

 R               89,490.00

Working on Fire ( Commercial)

Level 2

Risk Services

 R             327,758.83

G I B Insurance Brokers (Pty)Ltd

Level 3

Risk Services

 R       11,920,686.70

Credit Guarantee

Level 3

Risk Services

 R       20,309,282.75

Gildenhuys Lessing Malatji Attorneys

Level 2

Legal Services

 R             269,864.56

Morajane du Plessis Attorneys

Level 4

Legal Services

 R         8,973,695.70

Roestoff and Kruse Attorneys

Level 4

Legal Services

 R         4,510,033.46

Werksmans Inc t/a Werksmans Attorneys

Level 3

Legal Services

 R         5,461,422.76

Masephule Dinga  Inc Commercial

Level 1

Legal Services

 R               46,891.79

Motalane Kgariya Incorporate

Level 3

Legal Services

 R         1,442,819.61

Sekati Monyane Attorneys

Level 1

Legal Services

 R               82,453.48

Paul Lundie & Associates CC

Level 4

Legal Services

 R               70,169.96

PJ Strydom t/a Strydom Attorneys

Level 4

Legal Services

 R             334,122.06

Luleka and Associates

Level 3

Legal Services

 R             311,256.00

Imbewu Sustainability Legal Specialists

Level 4

Legal Services

 R                  2,508.00

Dentons S.A t/a KapdiTwala Inc

Level 1

Legal Services

 R         1,016,375.27

           

 

BLACK-OWNED SERVICE PROVIDERS

CONTRACT AWARDED TO BLACK-OWNED SERVICE PROVIDERS

HOW MUCH WAS EACH BLACK-OWNED SERVICE PROVIDER PAID

(3)(a)

(3)(b)

(3)(c)

Gildenhuys Lessing Malatji Attorneys

 R             269,864.56

 R               269,864.56

Dentons S.A t/a KapdiTwala Inc

 R         1,016,375.27

 R            1,016,375.27

Luleka and Associates

 R             311,256.00

 R               311,256.00

Sekati Monyane Attorneys

 R               82,453.48

 R                 82,453.48

Motalane Kgariya Incorporate

 R         1,442,819.61

 R            1,442,819.61

Masephule Dinga  Inc Commercial

 R               46,891.79

 R                 46,891.79

Analytical Risk Management(2RM Security)

 R       12,368,311.56

 R         12,368,311.56

Grant  Thornton PS Advisory

 R             958,273.38

 R               958,273.38

Manuel & Ass Corp Forensic Prac Pty Ltd

 R             309,045.93

 R               309,045.93

Nexus Forensic Services (Pty)Ltd

 R               98,325.00

 R                 98,325.00

Ngubane and Company

 R             383,922.00

 R               383,922.00

Nkonki Incorporated

 R         1,358,553.93

 R            1,358,553.93

Phandahanu Forensics

 R             236,870.63

 R               236,870.63

Qhubeka Forensic Services (PTY) LTD

 R             233,034.90

 R               233,034.90

SAB And T Chartered Accountants(Nexia)

 R         2,214,997.20

 R            2,214,997.20

Sekelaxabiso Pty Ltd

 R         2,249,996.97

 R            2,249,996.97

SizweNtsaluboGobodo

 R         1,200,544.26

 R            1,200,544.26

Indigo Kulani Group (Pty) Ltd

 R             673,697.25

 R               673,697.25

Phakama Consulting (PhakamaTrdg Ent.t/a)

 R             896,204.25

 R               896,204.25

Malambule Business Consulting Pty Ltd

 R               12,420.00

 R                 12,420.00

Work Dynamics Pty Ltd

 R             133,665.00

 R               133,665.00

Entsika Consulting Services (Pty) Ltd

 R             535,580.33

 R               535,580.33

Ladz Trading CC

 R             888,316.04

 R               888,316.04

Productivity SA

 R             208,663.64

 R               208,663.64

CSIR

 R             437,323.14

 R               487,703.84

 

SAX:

This response is according to information received from the SA Express:

 

 

YEAR

TOTAL SPEND

TOTAL NUMBER

OF SUPPLIERS

B-BBEE

SUPPLIERS

LOCAL SPEND

NAME OF SERVICES

2013/2014

2,062,586,980.84

628

36

1,867,276,356.33

2014/2015

2,019,911,792.59

659

42

1,789,492,764.35

2015/2016

1,747,753,818.40

796

45

1,439,018,753.73

2016/2017

1,986,919,423.53

881

65

1,715,839,804.12

2017/2018

1,694,480,063.76

891

48

1,511,549,760.23

Active suppliers

500

SA Express procures

various goods and

servicesfrom different

suppliers

 

ESKOM:

(1)(b)

Annexure 2A provides details including rank of Eskom suppliers in the past five financial years

(2)(a)

SAP standard reporting provides contract information at line item level including the description of the specific line item.  The detail contract scope of work for the material or service procured needs to be extracted individually for each contract.  We currently have more than 29 300 contracts and therefore consolidation of this information will take 6 months to conclude.   Further we request clarity on whether details of each of the 29 300 contract is indeed required.

 

(2)(b)

Annexure 2A provides actual amounts paid to each supplier in the past five years, excluding VAT.  The figures with negative values indicate returns by the suppliers for various reasons, e.g. reversals; credit note; insurance claims, etc.

 

(3)(a)

Over the past five year, and average of 2299 black owned suppliers per year were paid by Eskom, totalling to R 169.6 billion actual spend.

 

(3)(b)

See (2)(a) above

 

(3)(c)

Annexure 2B provides the actual amount paid to each black-owned supplier in the past five years, excluding VAT.  The figures with negative values indicate returns by the suppliers for various reasons, e.g. reversals; credit note; insurance claims, etc.

07 May 2018 - NW166

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether (a) her department and (b) each entity reporting to her appointed transaction advisors for tenders in the period 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2016; if so, (i) who were the transaction advisors that were appointed for the tenders, (ii) for which tenders were they appointed, (iii) what was the pricing for the tenders in question and (iv) what amount were the transaction advisors paid?

Reply:

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not applicable

(b)

No transaction advisors were appointed by Alexkor in the period under review.

 

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

Not applicable

 

(iii)

Not applicable

 

(iv)

Not applicable

DENEL SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not applicable

(b)

Denel SOC Ltd has not appointed transaction advisors for tenders in the period 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2016.

 

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

Not applicable

 

(iii)

Not applicable

 

(iv)

Not applicable

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not Applicable

(b)

No, SAFCOL SOC Ltd did not and does not appoint transaction advisors for tenders.

 

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

Not applicable

 

(iii)

Not applicable

 

(iv)

Not applicable

 

07 May 2018 - NW191

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Khawula, Ms MS to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether (a) her department and/or (b) entities reporting to her procured services from Travel With Flair; if so, (i) what services were procured in each case and (ii) what is the total amount that was paid to the specified in each case; (2) whether the specified company provided services related to international travel to (a) her department and/or (b) entities reporting to her; if so (i) what is the name of each person who travelled, (ii) what was the travel route and (iii) what is the total amount that was paid for each person?

Reply:

All responses are based on information received from DPE Corporate Management, Alexkor, Denel, and SAFCOL, respectively.

DPE:

1. (a) Yes

(i) The Department has procured travel management services from Travel with flair (Pty) Ltd

(ii) No payment was made to date as the company commenced rendering the service with effect from 1 March 2018.

2. (a) Not applicable

ALEXKOR:

(1)

(a)

Not applicable

 
 

(b)

 
   
  1. What services were procured in each case?
  1. What is the total amount that was paid to the specified company in each case?
   

Transfer (picking and dropping services)

R1 140.00

(2)

(a)

Not applicable

 
 

(b)

 
   

(i) What services were procured in each case?

(ii) What is the total amount that was paid to the specified company in each case?

   

None

None

DENEL:

SEE “ANNEXURE A”

SAFCOL:

(1)

(a)

Not applicable

 

(b)

SAFCOL never procured any services from Travel with Flair (Pty) Ltd

(2)

(a)

Not applicable

 

(b)

Not applicable

ESKOM, SAX and TRANSNET responses outstanding

Annexure A

DENEL SOC LIMITED

(1)

(a)

Not applicable

 
 

(b)

 
   
  1. What services were procured in each case?
  1. What is the total amount that was paid to the specified company in each case?
   

Air Travel

R 62 454 485.44

   

Accommodation

R 49 129 814.57

   

Car Hire

R 28 088 551.68

   

T O T A L

R139 672 285.16

(2)

(a)

Not applicable

 
 

(b)

(i) What is the name of the person that travelled

(ii) What was the travel route

(iii): What was the amount that was paid for each person

R

 

Meressa Tigabu Mr

Add/Jnb/Add

12,092.11

 

Okello Benfrancis Mr

Add/Jnb/Add

12,092.11

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,775.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,775.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

2,250.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

2,350.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

4,520.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

4,647.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,350.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,350.00

 

Alheit/Bertholdmr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,500.00

 

Oberholzer/Machiel M

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,500.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Alg/Dxb/Jnb

15,535.50

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Alg/Dxb/Jnb

15,535.50

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Alg/Dxb/Jnb

120.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Alg/Dxb/Jnb

1,400.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Amm/Dxb/Jnb

22,042.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Amm/Dxb/Jnb

22,042.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Ams/Cdg

4,430.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Arn/Hel/Tmp/Hel/Arn

6,190.00

 

Andersson/Bengt Mr

Arn/Zrh/Jnb/Zrh/Arn

45,490.00

 

Mlambo/Mandlenkosi M

Atl/Iad

4,030.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Auh/Jnb

160.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Auh/Jnb

220.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Auh/Jnb

330.00

 

Pentz Ivan John Mr

Auh/Jnb

440.00

 

Language Henry Herbert Mr

Auh/Jnb

440.00

 

Ryan Sean Patrick Mr

Auh/Jnb

440.00

 

Van Niekerk Johannes

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Van Niekerk Johannes

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Koch Mr

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Lombard Mr

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Sambo Mr

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Smith Mr

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Auh/Jnb

930.00

 

Deysel Edward Charles Mr

Auh/Jnb

950.00

 

Humpries Gordon Francis Mr

Auh/Jnb

950.00

 

Pieterse Schalk Mr

Auh/Jnb

1,570.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Auh/Jnb

1,750.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Auh/Jnb

1,750.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Auh/Jnb

1,950.00

 

Bohmer/Wilmar Mr

Auh/Jnb

3,510.00

 

Macrow/Denzyl Mr

Auh/Jnb

3,510.00

 

Deysel/Edward Mr

Auh/Jnb

3,510.00

 

Joubert/Johannes

Auh/Mct

628.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Auh/Mct/Auh

1,330.00

 

Ntsihlele/Elias Mr

Bbk/Jnb

1,482.00

 

Vanwyk/Henrico Mr

Bcn/Cdg

4,360.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

1,588.66

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

1,588.66

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

4,053.33

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.66

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.66

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.66

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.66

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Bom/Goi/Bom

3,809.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Bom/Goi/Bom

4,569.50

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Bre/Muc

6,070.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Bsb/Gru

2,790.00

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Cai/Jnb

1,070.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Cai/Ruh

3,020.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Heinrich Mr

Cdg/Bcn/Cdg

1,040.00

 

Lambrechts Johannes Wynand Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Khoza David Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Mare Carl Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Schutte Christoffel Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Cdg/Muc/Cdg

7,059.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Cdg/Muc/Cdg

7,059.00

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Cdg/Muc/Cdg

7,059.00

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Cdg/Muc/Cdg

7,059.00

 

Vincent Dominique Mr

Cdg/Muc/Jnb/Muc/Cdg

17,197.30

 

Vincent Dominique Mr

Cdg/Muc/Jnb/Muc/Cdg

17,197.30

 

Vincent Dominique Mr

Cdg/Muc/Jnb/Muc/Cdg

17,197.30

 

Vincent Dominique Mr

Cdg/Muc/Jnb/Muc/Cdg

17,197.33

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cgk/Bkk

6,610.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cgk/Bkk

6,710.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cgk/Bkk

7,680.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cgk/Bkk/Han/Bkk

12,660.00

 

Poley Alexander John

Cph/Lpi/Cph

5,330.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cpt/Dxb/Bkk/Han/Bkk

36,630.00

 

Roos Gideon

Cpt/Fra/Hel/Fra/Cpt

10,950.00

 

Verwey Schalk Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Cpt

1,140.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Fra/Hel Spu

16,750.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Fra/Hel Spu

20,250.00

 

Titus Albert Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Lhr/Jnb/Cpt

5,060.00

 

Carolissen Almare Ms

Cpt/Jnb/Lhr/Jnb/Cpt

5,060.00

 

Titus Werner Albert Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Lhr/Jnb/Cpt

6,040.00

 

Lategan Deon Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Muc/Vce/Muc

14,600.00

 

Koekemoer Janalbert Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Pek/Jnb/Cpt

18,960.00

 

Koekemoer Jan Albert Mr

Cpt/Lhr/Cpt

5,390.00

 

Vanrhyn Andries Mr

Cpt/Lhr/Hel/Lhr/Cpt

7,920.00

 

Vos Jacu Mr

Cpt/Lhr/Yyz/Lhr/Cpt

7,320.00

 

Steenkamp Nicolaas Mr

Cpt/Lhr/Yyz/Lhr/Cpt

7,320.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Cpt/Muc/Hel/Muc/Cpt

10,150.00

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Del/Doh/Jnb

5,170.00

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Del/Doh/Jnb

5,170.00

 

Goel Vikas Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.90

 

Goel Vikas Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.90

 

Singhania Ravinder Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.90

 

Singhania Ravinder Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.90

 

Goel Vikas Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.92

 

Singhania Ravinder Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.92

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Del/Dxb/Jnb

4,805.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Del/Dxb/Jnb

4,805.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Dus/Dxb/Jnb

15,454.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Dus/Dxb/Jnb

15,454.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Dxb/Gyd/Dxb

2,160.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb

15,051.00

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Dxb/Isb

15,051.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,703.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,703.50

 

Nqwaba Andisa Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,952.50

 

Nqwaba Andisa Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,952.50

 

Searle Omaroswald Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,952.50

 

Searle Omaroswald Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,952.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

7,660.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

7,660.50

 

Verwey Schalk Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

7,660.50

 

Verwey Schalk Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

7,660.50

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,361.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,427.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,647.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,647.50

 

Nqwaba Andisa Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,948.50

 

Searle Omaroswald Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,948.50

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Malancameron Peter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Malancameron Peter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Smit Willem Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Smit Willem Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Bosman Carel Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Bosman Carel Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Brits Johannes Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Brits Johannes Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,747.50

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,747.50

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,860.50

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,860.50

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,887.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,887.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,926.50

 

Searle Omaroswald Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,926.50

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,716.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,716.00

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,716.00

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,716.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

180.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,940.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaanroodt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

2,440.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,150.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,660.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,940.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaan Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,940.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

10,200.00

 

De Jonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

10,710.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaanroodt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Vandermerwe Vincent Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Pieterse Schalkwillem Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Malan Janhendrick Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Botha Johanwillemfrederik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,100.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,240.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,460.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,460.00

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,760.00

 

Lombard Hendrik

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

13,370.00

 

Smith Paul

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

13,370.00

 

Horstmanshof/Henk

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

13,800.00

 

Alberts Annelien Ms

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,060.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,060.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,320.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,770.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,870.00

 

Vanderberg Barendjacobus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,870.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

15,170.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

18,180.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

18,180.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

18,180.00

 

Malan Jan

Dxb/Isb/Jnb

13,800.00

 

Botha Theuinis

Dxb/Ist/Dxb

13,800.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Dxb/Jnb

1,520.00

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Dxb/Jnb

2,068.00

 

Alkeebali Mohammedali Mr

Dxb/Jnb/Dxb

34,511.61

 

Makrygiannis Georgios Mr

Dxb/Jnb/Dxb

34,511.61

 

Alkeebali Mohammedali Mr

Dxb/Jnb/Dxb

34,511.62

 

Makrygiannis Georgios Mr

Dxb/Jnb/Dxb

34,511.62

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Dxb/Mct

3,744.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Dxb/Ruh

8,060.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Dxb/Ruh/Dxb

3,790.00

 

Boikhutso William Molefe Mr

Ebb/Jnb

690.00

 

Makapela Sango Mr

Els/Jnb/Els

114.00

 

Minnies Mark Mr

Esb/Ist/Jnb

10,425.00

 

Minnies Mark Mr

Esb/Ist/Jnb

10,425.00

 

Fetumani Funyanwa Ms

Fra/Cph/Lpi

5,330.00

 

Roos/Gideonmr

Fra/Ham/Fra

4,490.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Fra/Ham/Fra

4,770.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Fra/Ham/Fra

5,080.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Fra/Jnb

10,400.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Fra/Jnb

10,400.00

 

Ehser/Harald Mr

Fra/Jnb/Fra

6,710.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Fra/Tse/Fra

13,200.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Fra/Vie/Msq/Vie/Fra

8,360.00

 

Schoombee/Jan Mr

Fra/Vie/Msq/Vie/Fra

8,360.00

 

Oberholzer/Machiel M

Fra/Vie/Msq/Vie/Fra

8,360.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Gig/Gru/Jnb

24,250.00

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Gru/Bsb

6,540.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Gru/Gig Sdu/Bsb/Sdu

9,120.00

 

Olivier / Deon Mr

Gru/Gig/Gru

8,350.00

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Gru/Gig/Gru

9,930.00

 

Opperman Rudolf Christiaan Mr

Gru/Jnb

780.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Gru/Jnb

1,443.00

 

Wessels Henning Mr

Gru/Lim/Gye/Lim/Gru

5,844.75

 

Westphal Marceduard Mr

Gru/Lim/Gye/Lim/Gru

5,844.75

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Gru/Mco/Gru

23,055.50

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Gru/Mco/Gru

23,055.50

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Gru/Uio

10,403.00

 

Jansevanrensburg/Nic

Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

2,000.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

2,000.00

 

Christie/Sybren Mr

Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

2,000.00

 

Schoombie/Kobusmr

Ham/Lhr

1,230.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Ham/Lhr

1,230.00

 

Phong Nguyenviet Mr

Han/Hkg/Jnb/Hkg/Han

33,300.00

 

Phuong Tohong Mr

Han/Hkg/Jnb/Hkg/Han

33,300.00

 

So Leba Mr

Han/Hkg/Jnb/Hkg/Han

33,300.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Han/Sgn

4,040.00

 

Roos Gieon Mr

Hel/Fra

2,590.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Hel/Fra/Jnb

860.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Fra/Jnb

2,590.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Fra/Jnb

2,590.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Ist/Jnb

11,060.00

 

Schoombee/Jan Mr

Hel/Kok/Hel

678.00

 

Schoombee/Jan

Hel/Kok/Hel

4,650.00

 

Louw/Abraham

Hel/Kok/Hel

4,650.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Muc/Jnb

1,270.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

1,340.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

1,340.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Maritz Michiel Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Duplessis Pieter Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Louw Abraham

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,030.00

 

Van Wyk Jacob Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,030.00

 

Bosch Hennie Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,030.00

 

Debeer/Johannes Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,130.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,130.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,560.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,760.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,760.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,760.00

 

Kusel Frank Johann Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,780.00

 

Louw/Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,780.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,830.00

 

Debeer Johannes Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,830.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,830.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

5,120.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

5,410.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

7,300.00

 

Louw / Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

7,380.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Ika/Dxb/Jnb

2,710.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Ika/Dxb/Jnb

2,710.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Isb/Dxb

1,942.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Isb/Dxb

2,372.00

 

Nadeem Amergenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Nadeem Amergenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Nadeem Amergenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Sani Farhatabbasgenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Sani Farhatabbasgenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Sani Farhatabbasgenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Nadeem Amergenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.83

 

Sani Farhatabbasgenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.83

 

Ahmad Aleemuddin Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemuddin Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemuddin Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemudding Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemudding Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemudding Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Nadeem Amer Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Nadeem Amer Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Nadeem Amer Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Sani Farhatabbas Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Sani Farhatabbas Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Sani Farhatabbas Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemuddin Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.33

 

Ahmad Aleemudding Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.33

 

Nadeem Amer Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.33

 

Sani Farhatabbas Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.33

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Ist/Dxb/Jnb

13,256.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Ist/Dxb/Jnb

13,256.00

 

Kweta Mongezigen

Jfk/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Jfk

31,374.55

 

Kweta Mongezigen

Jfk/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Jfk

31,374.55

 

Kweta Mongezigen

Jfk/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Jfk

31,374.55

 

Kweta Mongezigen

Jfk/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Jfk

31,374.58

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan Mr

Jfk/Lax/Jfk

8,950.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jfk/Lax/Jfk

8,950.00

 

Dejager Pieter Mr

Jfk/Lax/Jfk

8,950.00

 

Gray Andrew Mr

Jfk/Lax/Jfk

8,950.00

 

Ferreira Stephanus Mr

Jnb/Abj/Jnb

9,360.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Acc Lfw/Los/Jnb

12,540.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

1,565.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

1,565.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

1,565.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

1,565.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

5,679.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

5,679.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

5,679.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

5,679.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Add/Ruh/Add/Jnb

12,942.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Add/Ruh/Add/Jnb

12,942.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Add/Ruh/Add/Jnb

12,942.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Add/Ruh/Add/Jnb

12,942.68

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Ams/Cdg/Alg/Jnb

24,200.00

 

Dejager Augustinus Mr

Jnb/Ams/Cdg/Jnb

4,800.00

 

Dean Hugh Mr

Jnb/Ams/Cdg/Jnb

4,800.00

 

Matthews Shaun Mr

Jnb/Ams/Cdg/Jnb

4,800.00

 

Myburg Gerrit Dr

Jnb/Ams/Tls Nce/Cdg

7,600.00

 

Daries Russel Mr

Jnb/Atl/Cvg/Lga Jfk

19,280.00

 

Dreyer/Antonie Mr

Jnb/Atl/Hnl/Sfo/Atl

12,580.00

 

Kruger Paul Johannes

Jnb/Auh

5,430.00

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Amm/Auh/Jnb

10,254.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Amm/Auh/Jnb

10,254.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Amm/Auh/Jnb

10,254.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Amm/Auh/Jnb

10,254.68

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Cdg/Auh/Jnb

7,317.93

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Cdg/Auh/Jnb

7,317.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Gertzen/Ettienemr

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Burger/Ockertmartheu

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Malan/Wilhelmmariusm

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Vanwyk/Jacobfrancism

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Duplessis/Marcel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Lombard Hendrikchristoffel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

12,009.86

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

12,184.19

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

12,184.20

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

18,266.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

18,266.36

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

18,305.86

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

18,305.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

19,311.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

19,311.86

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

19,838.86

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,299.11

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,299.12

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,391.11

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,391.12

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,627.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,627.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,980.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,980.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

22,267.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

22,267.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,082.69

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,082.70

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,120.61

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,120.62

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,799.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,799.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

24,073.19

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

24,073.20

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,084.86

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,084.86

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

1,000.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

1,290.00

 

Lombard Hendrikchristoffel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,310.00

 

Ntsihlele Eliassello Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,310.00

 

Pieterse Chane Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,470.00

 

Pieterse Jeanine Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,470.00

 

Vanderwalt Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,470.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,640.00

 

Motau Victor Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,640.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,900.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,480.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,570.00

 

Vanniekerk Johanneshendrikus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,690.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,810.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,810.00

 

Gouws/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,900.00

 

Pieterse Jeanine Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,960.00

 

Pieterse Chane Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,960.00

 

Gouws Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,960.00

 

Molotswa Derrick Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,010.00

 

Lombard Hendrik Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,010.00

 

Gouws Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,120.00

 

Reddy Sanusha Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Burger Ockert Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Cele Zimele Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Smit/Sarel Arnoldus

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Dreyer/Antonie Chris

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Smit/Sarel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Lombard/Hendrik Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Dreyer/Antonie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Flett Alexander Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Deysel Edward Charles Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Humpries Gordon Francis Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Ryan Sean Patrick Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Yates Marinus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Pentz Ivan John Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Language Henry Herbert Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Kruger Paul Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Deysel/Edward

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,370.00

 

Donaldson/Gregory

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,370.00

 

Koch/Christoffel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Smith/Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Philipp

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Philipp

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Gouws/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Totten/Daniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Macrow Denzyl Peter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,430.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Philipp

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,490.00

 

Flett/Alexander Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,500.00

 

Willemse/Marthinus M

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,500.00

 

Dekock Daniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Dekock Danieljacobus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Geldenhuys Casperheinrich Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Pieterse Schalkwillem Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Smook Johanneschristiaan Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,600.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,760.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,760.00

 

Pieterse Schalk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,760.00

 

Coetzee Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,770.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Smith Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Lombard Hendrik Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Donaldson Gregory Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,230.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,230.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,270.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,270.00

 

Augustyn Anton Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,490.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Fletcher Deane Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Saayman Mattheus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Wright Stephenjohn Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Vandenberg Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,930.00

 

Schroder/Harald Murr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Schroder/Harald Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Kruger/Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Augustyn/Anton Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Deysel/Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Macrow/Denzyl Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Bohmer/Wilmar Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Humphries/Gordon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Wright/Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Language/Henrymr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,090.00

 

Pretorius/Wessel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,340.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Bohmer Wilmar Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Dreyer Antonie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Macrow Denzyl Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Smit Sarel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Kruger Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Humphries Gordon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,440.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,590.00

 

Kuyper Gavin Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,590.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,220.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,220.00

 

Bohmer Wilmar Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Motlhabane Motheo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Pieterse Schalk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Kotze James Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,330.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,970.00

 

Coetzee Ebenaezer Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

9,900.00

 

Smit Sarel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

10,230.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

10,230.00

 

Humpries Gordon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

11,410.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

11,410.00

 

Reeves Jamesoliver Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

11,410.00

 

Vanniekerk Becker Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

11,410.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

20,060.00

 

Kruger Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

20,060.00

 

Venter Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

20,060.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,470.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,470.00

 

Monaheng/Othnielmr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,470.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,990.00

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

27,900.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

27,900.00

 

Vanbiljon Yolande Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

27,900.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Visser Antonie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

28,540.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

28,540.00

 

Ash Benjamin Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

28,850.00

 

Strydom Susara Ms

Jnb/Auh/Mct/Auh/Jnb

4,600.00

 

Ferreira/Stephanus C

Jnb/Auh/Msq/Auh/Jnb

12,200.00

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,433.05

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,433.05

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,433.05

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,433.08

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,522.55

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,522.55

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,522.55

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,522.58

 

Smith/Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

11,260.00

 

Cele/Zimele Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

11,260.00

 

Monaheng/Othieltse

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

11,260.00

 

Ntsihlele/Elias Sell

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

11,260.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

36,100.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Auh/Tse

2,610.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Tse

2,610.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Bjs/Jnb

5,670.00

 

Pheto/Johannes Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Han/Bkk/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Moseki/Pholetsi Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Han/Bkk/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Gouws/Johannes Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Han/Bkk/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Gouws/Johannes Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Han/Bkk/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Jnb

3,180.00

 

Ntsihlele/Elias Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Bzv/Jnb

8,610.69

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Bzv/Jnb

8,610.70

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Bzv/Jnb

5,420.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

10,139.12

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

18,886.61

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

18,886.62

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

18,915.61

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

18,915.62

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

5,200.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

5,200.00

 

Smith Paul Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

5,200.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Cai/Ndj

16,904.36

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Cai/Ndj

16,904.36

 

Malan/Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg

1,840.00

 

Mare Carl Mr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

25,250.00

 

Schutte Christoffel Dr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

25,250.00

 

Khoza David Mr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

27,150.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

27,150.00

 

Lambrechts Johannes Wynand Mr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

27,150.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alf/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

1,800.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

2,090.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

2,760.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

10,730.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

11,170.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

11,230.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

11,300.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

16,720.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

20,140.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Bcn/Cdg

11,270.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,929.09

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,929.09

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,929.09

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,929.12

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,146.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,146.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,146.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,146.68

 

Geldenhuys/Casper Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

2,090.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

2,600.00

 

Odendaal Michaelllewellyn Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Karemaker Peterarnoldus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Duthoit Alaingeorges Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Vanzegen Gerbenmarie Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Henning Pieterjacobus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Moloko Ramosidiwalter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

4,000.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

4,100.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,420.00

 

Odendaal Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,420.00

 

Vantonder Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,420.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,420.00

 

Jansevanrensburg Nicholas Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Swart Pieter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Mario Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Karmepa Erson Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Mario Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Moloko Ramosidiwalter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,930.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,100.00

 

Botha Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Popatlalkalyan Roopesh Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Nell Anton Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Poggenpoel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,290.00

 

Jansevanrensburg Nic

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,360.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,360.00

 

Fouche Pieter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,360.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Swart Pieter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Mostert Johannesreinhard Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,490.00

 

Schoeman Johan

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

9,850.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,030.00

 

Mostert/Johannes Rei

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,170.00

 

Enslin Gertbotha Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,440.00

 

Mostert/Johannes Rei

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,700.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,730.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,730.00

 

Nel/Daniel Maren Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,800.00

 

Vanloggerenberg/Jaco

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,800.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Hermanus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Heinrich Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,090.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,650.00

 

Alheit/Bertholdmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,650.00

 

Mostert/Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Enslin/Gertmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Vantonder/Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,730.00

 

Geldenhuys/Casper Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,780.00

 

Scholtz/Pieterdutoit

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,780.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,780.00

 

Scholtz/Pieterdutoit

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,870.00

 

Enslin/Gertmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,870.00

 

Vanniekerk Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,010.00

 

Panday Ravin Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,010.00

 

Gouws Pieter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,010.00

 

Schoman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Williams David Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Karemaker Peterarnoldus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Odendaal Michaelllewellyn Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Vandenberg Louis Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Vanzegen Gerbenmarie Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Duthoit Alaingeorges Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Henning Pieterjacobus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrus Her

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,400.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,470.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,530.00

 

Smith Paul Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,530.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,530.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,780.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

14,490.00

 

Moseki/Pholetsi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

14,970.00

 

Enslin/Gertmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

14,970.00

 

Conradie/Danielmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

14,970.00

 

Malan/Wilhelm Marius

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,150.00

 

Jansevanrensburg/Nic

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,150.00

 

Malan/Wilhelm Marius

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,150.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,580.00

 

Muir/Peter Wade Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,900.00

 

Vantonder/Johan Fran

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,900.00

 

Vantonder/Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,300.00

 

Enslin/Gertmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,300.00

 

Safodien Ebrahim Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,480.00

 

Meyer Neil Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,480.00

 

Fakier Ismail Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,480.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,140.00

 

Vantonder Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,140.00

 

Morster Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,140.00

 

Moloko Ramisidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,140.00

 

Venter Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,160.00

 

Vanniekerk Johanneshendrikus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Gouws Pieterretief Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Lombard Hendrikchristoffel Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Ntsihlele Eliassello Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,720.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,720.00

 

Williams/David Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

19,530.00

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

19,530.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,050.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,770.00

 

Vanrooyen/Adriaan Ma

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,900.00

 

Panday/Ravin Munnynu

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,900.00

 

Conradie/Daniel Jaco

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,900.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

25,120.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Ruh

20,130.00

 

Scholtz/Pieterdutoit

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cgd/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Bcn Alg/Cdg

14,800.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Cdg/Bcn/Cdg/Alg

19,090.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Jnb/Cdg/Bcn/Cdg/Jnb

2,630.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Jnb/Cdg/Bcn/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Biq/Cdg/Jnb

12,369.55

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Biq/Cdg/Jnb

12,369.55

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Biq/Cdg/Jnb

12,369.55

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Biq/Cdg/Jnb

12,369.58

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Dus

23,554.86

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Dus

23,554.86

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Gyd/Cdg/Haj

25,020.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Cdg/Ham/Cdg/Jnb

9,940.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

17,171.86

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

17,171.86

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,411.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,411.36

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,429.36

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,429.36

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,767.11

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,767.12

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,785.11

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,785.12

 

Carim Abdul Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

21,213.11

 

Carim Abdul Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

21,213.12

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,463.11

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,463.11

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,463.12

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,463.12

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,493.11

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,493.12

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

36,744.61

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

36,744.62

 

Chiliza Trevor Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

9,040.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

10,120.00

 

Lentsoane/Nape Ntset

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

10,700.00

 

Dekock/Christo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

10,700.00

 

Govender Bhevene Ms

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Visser Coert Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

13,060.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

13,060.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

14,210.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,460.00

 

Vanwyk Henrico Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

20,620.00

 

Vanwyk/Henrico Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

31,470.00

 

Alheit/Berthold Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Kbp/Cdg/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Human Rosalyn Ms

Jnb/Cdg/Lax/Cdg/Jnb

13,280.00

 

Schoeman/Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Lhr/Cdg/Alg

17,950.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Cdg/Lhr/Cdg/Jnb

14,600.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Muc/Cdg/Jnb

4,100.00

 

Vantonder/Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Tls/Cdg/Jnb

10,600.00

 

India Mongezi Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

20,859.86

 

India Mongezi Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

20,859.86

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Doh/Del/Doh/Jnb

7,674.80

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Doh/Del/Doh/Jnb

7,674.83

 

Nair Reshen Mr

Jnb/Doh/Dmm/Doh/Jnb

6,900.00

 

Schoeman Johan Mr

Jnb/Doh/Dmm/Doh/Jnb

9,450.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Doh/Dmm/Doh/Jnb

9,450.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Doh/Dmm/Doh/Jnb

9,450.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Doh/Jnb

27,239.14

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Doh/Jnb

27,239.14

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Doh/Jnb

27,239.15

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Doh/Jnb

27,239.15

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Doh/Kwi/Doh/Jnb

11,700.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb Mct/Dxb/Kul

15,269.90

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb Mct/Dxb/Kul

15,269.90

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb Mct/Dxb/Kul

15,269.92

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

19,014.90

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

19,014.90

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Dxb Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,440.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg Bcn/Dxb

7,580.00

 

Koekemoer Janalbert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Cpt

120.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Cpt

120.00

 

Koekemoer Janalbert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Cpt

9,070.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Cpt

9,070.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,604.09

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,604.09

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,604.09

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,604.12

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,473.84

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,473.84

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,473.84

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,473.87

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

250.00

 

Venter Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

250.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

250.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

300.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

300.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

5,790.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

5,790.00

 

Ndhlovu Patrick Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,120.00

 

Karmepa Ersonrollen Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,120.00

 

Vandenberg Mario Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,120.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,180.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,430.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,450.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,450.00

 

Hlophe Benjaminhector Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,570.00

 

Reyneke Pietervernon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,570.00

 

Forsythe Amanda Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,230.00

 

Williams David Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,230.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,370.00

 

Venter Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,370.00

 

Vantonder Johan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,960.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,960.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,960.00

 

Venter Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,050.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,400.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,530.00

 

Panday Ravin Munnynund Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

13,410.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Ruh

4,458.75

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Ruh

4,458.75

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Ruh

4,458.75

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Ruh

4,458.75

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Amm/Dxb/Jnb

11,429.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Amm/Dxb/Jnb

11,429.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Amm/Dxb/Jnb

11,429.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Amm/Dxb/Jnb

11,429.08

 

Malan Wilhelm

Jnb/Dxb/Aur/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Vanwyk Jacob

Jnb/Dxb/Aur/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Retief Andre

Jnb/Dxb/Aur/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bkk/Han/Bkk

13,040.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

8,588.79

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

8,588.81

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.79

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.79

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.79

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.79

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.81

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.81

 

Stewart Marena Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Blr/Vga/Hyd

25,570.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.62

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.62

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,563.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,563.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,563.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,563.43

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,775.93

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,775.93

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,775.93

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,775.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

11,255.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

11,255.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

11,255.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

11,255.43

 

Monaheng Othniel

Jnb/Dxb/Cai/Ruh/Dxb

5,660.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.08

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.08

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

9,363.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

9,363.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

9,363.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

9,363.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,409.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,409.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,409.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,409.83

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,629.30

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,629.30

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,629.30

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,629.33

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

8,130.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cmb/Dxb/Jnb

9,569.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cmb/Dxb/Jnb

9,569.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cmb/Dxb/Jnb

9,569.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cmb/Dxb/Jnb

9,569.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del Bom/Dxb

9,663.13

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del Bom/Dxb

9,663.13

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del Bom/Dxb

9,663.13

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

1,527.50

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

1,527.50

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,096.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,096.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,096.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,096.93

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,218.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,218.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,218.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,218.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,864.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,864.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,864.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,864.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

13,468.80

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

13,468.80

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,790.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,790.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,790.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,790.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

9,512.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

9,512.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

9,512.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

9,512.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

11,056.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

11,056.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

11,056.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

11,056.18

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,850.00

 

Nedzamba Thendo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,850.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

34,030.00

 

Duplessis/Marcelle

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Burger/Ockert

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Malan/Wilhelm

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Vanwyk/Jacob

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Gertzen/Ettiene

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

6,260.00

 

Duplessis/Marcel

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

6,260.00

 

Duplessis/Marcelle

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

6,260.00

 

Duplessis/Marcel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

8,690.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

8,690.00

 

Vanwyk/Jacob Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

8,690.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

9,680.00

 

Bean Jaco Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,580.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,580.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

8,613.43

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

8,613.43

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

8,613.43

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

8,613.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

9,383.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

9,383.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

9,383.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

9,383.43

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Jansevanrensburg/Nic

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Christie/Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

11,240.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

11,240.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

11,240.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ham/Dxb/Jnb

14,429.30

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ham/Dxb/Jnb

14,429.30

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ham/Dxb/Jnb

14,429.30

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ham/Dxb/Jnb

14,429.33

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Han/Dxb/Jnb

12,447.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Han/Dxb/Jnb

12,447.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Han/Dxb/Jnb

12,447.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Han/Dxb/Jnb

12,447.58

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Icn/Dxb/Jnb

8,469.59

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Icn/Dxb/Jnb

8,469.59

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Icn/Dxb/Jnb

8,469.59

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Icn/Dxb/Jnb

8,469.62

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ika/Dxb/Jnb

10,985.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ika/Dxb/Jnb

10,985.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ika/Dxb/Jnb

10,985.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ika/Dxb/Jnb

10,985.33

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

7,429.30

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

7,429.33

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,859.93

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,859.93

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,859.93

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,859.93

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.83

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,019.30

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,019.30

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,019.30

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,019.33

 

Bosman Carel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,276.05

 

Bosman Carel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,276.05

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,086.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,086.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,086.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,086.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,157.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,157.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,157.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,157.43

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,169.93

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,169.93

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,169.93

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,169.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,237.59

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,237.59

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,237.59

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,237.62

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,633.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,633.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,633.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,633.33

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,101.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,101.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,101.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,101.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.58

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.58

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.58

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

13,554.18

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

13,554.18

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

13,554.18

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

13,554.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,132.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,132.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,132.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,132.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,252.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,252.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,252.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,252.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,327.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,327.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,327.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,327.08

 

Berthold/Alheit

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

17,770.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

25,380.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

29,190.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

29,190.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

31,350.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

10,252.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

10,252.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

10,252.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

10,252.68

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Horsstmanshof Henk

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Malan Jan

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

1,515.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,007.19

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,007.20

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,487.61

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,487.62

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,722.19

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,722.19

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,722.20

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,722.20

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,000.61

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,000.62

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,130.36

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,130.36

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,519.69

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,519.70

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,709.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,709.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,110.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,110.86

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,554.19

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,554.19

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,554.20

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,554.20

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,813.11

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,813.12

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,946.11

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,946.12

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,960.61

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,960.62

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

22,590.36

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

22,590.36

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

22,746.86

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

22,746.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,261.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,261.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,345.61

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,345.62

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,545.11

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,545.12

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,841.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,841.86

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,230.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,230.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,301.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,301.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,339.64

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,339.65

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,390.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,390.86

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,390.86

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,390.86

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,444.86

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,444.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,644.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,644.86

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,678.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,678.36

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

25,097.86

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

25,097.86

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

30,121.11

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

30,121.12

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,259.14

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,259.15

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.64

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.64

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.64

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.65

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.65

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.65

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,459.64

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,459.64

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,459.65

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,459.65

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

34,115.61

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

34,115.61

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

34,115.62

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

34,115.62

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

36,574.62

 

Vanderberg Barendjacobus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

690.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

690.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaanroodt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

900.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

1,650.00

 

Vanbiljon Yolande Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,090.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,580.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,600.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Loock / Coenraad

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Strydom / Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,780.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,780.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,780.00

 

Marais Isabella Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,780.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,880.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,960.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,990.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,990.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,990.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,040.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,120.00

 

Pentz/Ivan

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,130.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,220.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,320.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,340.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,340.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,400.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,400.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,640.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,660.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,660.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,660.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,660.00

 

Loock/Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,760.00

 

Strydom/Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,760.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,800.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,910.00

 

Prinsloo Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,990.00

 

Vanderwalt Christo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,990.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,990.00

 

Dekock Daniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,990.00

 

Loock/Conraad

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,030.00

 

Strydom/Willem

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,030.00

 

Strydom Willem

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,030.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,070.00

 

Strydom/Willemmr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Vandermerwe/Johannes

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Goedvolk/Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Viljoen/Daniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Loock/Coenraadmr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Goedvolk/Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Viljoen/Daniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Dekock Daniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,460.00

 

Vanderwalt Christo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,460.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaanroodt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Vandermerwe Vincent Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Pieterse Schalkwillem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Botha Johanwillemfrederik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Augustyn Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Lombord Hendrik

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Smith Paul

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Goedvolk/Abri

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Loock/Coenraad

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Strdom/Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Joubert/Johannes

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Cele/Zimele Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Ferreira/Stephanus M

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Vanstaade/Burt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Strydom/Willemmr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Loock/Coenraadmr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,670.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Alberts Annelien Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Vanderberg Barendjacobus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,810.00

 

Strydom Willem

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,930.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,940.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Cele Zimele

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Loock Coenraad

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,270.00

 

De Jonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Joubert Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Potgieter Renier Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,440.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,440.00

 

Strydom Susara Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,440.00

 

Prinsloo Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,600.00

 

De Jonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,630.00

 

Strydom Willem

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,030.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,060.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,060.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,140.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,140.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

17,780.00

 

Viljoen Gerrit Dr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

36,020.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

40,850.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi Isb/Dxb

19,990.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

11,751.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

11,751.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

11,751.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

11,751.83

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

12,952.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

12,952.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

12,952.30

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

52,750.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Amm

15,404.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Amm

15,404.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Amm

15,404.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Amm

15,404.08

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

1,033.75

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

1,033.75

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,783.43

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,783.43

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,783.43

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,783.43

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,933.07

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,933.08

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,525.55

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,525.55

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,525.55

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,525.58

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,811.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,811.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,811.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,811.93

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

9,968.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

9,968.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

9,968.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

9,968.83

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,105.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,105.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,105.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,105.83

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,781.80

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,781.80

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,781.80

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,781.83

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,835.18

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,835.18

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

11,034.30

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

11,034.30

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

11,034.30

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

11,034.33

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

14,881.05

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

14,881.05

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

14,881.08

 

Strydom/Williem

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,160.00

 

Haines Christopher Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

30,090.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

9,837.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

9,837.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

9,837.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

9,837.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

10,870.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

10,870.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

10,870.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

10,870.43

 

Vanstaade/Burt

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

7,460.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

8,850.00

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct

1,565.00

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct

1,565.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

5,847.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

5,847.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,138.05

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,138.08

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,394.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,394.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,394.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,394.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,938.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,938.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,938.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,938.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,004.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,004.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,004.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,004.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,015.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,015.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,015.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,015.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,542.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,542.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,542.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,542.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

15,360.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

15,360.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

15,360.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

15,360.58

 

Goedvolk/Abri

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

8,650.00

 

Loock/Conraad

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

8,650.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

24,700.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Kwi

16,404.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Kwi

16,404.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Kwi

16,404.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Kwi

16,404.68

 

Schoombie/Kobusmr

Jnb/Dxb/Nce Lhr/Dxb

7,900.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Dxb/Nce Lhr/Dxb

11,230.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek

12,133.36

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek

12,133.36

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,543.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,543.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,543.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,543.18

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,488.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,488.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,488.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,488.93

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,189.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,189.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,189.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,189.33

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.83

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.83

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

14,773.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

14,773.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

14,773.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

14,773.33

 

Wessels/Johannes

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

28,820.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Rgn/Dxb/Jnb

11,141.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Rgn/Dxb/Jnb

11,141.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Rgn/Dxb/Jnb

11,141.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Rgn/Dxb/Jnb

11,141.33

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh Muc/Dxb

8,590.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,036.09

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,036.12

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,197.84

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,197.84

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,197.84

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,197.87

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.87

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.87

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.87

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,984.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,984.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,984.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,984.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,009.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,009.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,009.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,009.43

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,086.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,086.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,086.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,086.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,726.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,726.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,726.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,726.93

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,963.18

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,963.18

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,963.18

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,963.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,584.84

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,584.84

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,584.84

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,584.84

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

14,194.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

14,194.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

14,194.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

14,194.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

15,975.43

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

15,975.43

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

15,975.43

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,386.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,386.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,386.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,699.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,699.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,699.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,699.08

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,846.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,846.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,846.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,846.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,514.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,514.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,514.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,514.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.58

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.58

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

600.00

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

900.00

 

Paschini/Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

1,800.00

 

Paschini/Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

1,800.00

 

Labuschagne Andre

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

1,805.00

 

Labuschagne Andre'

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

5,320.00

 

Paschini Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

5,320.00

 

Cele/Zimele

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

5,320.00

 

Cele Zimele Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

6,320.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

6,460.00

 

Schoombee Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

6,460.00

 

Paschini/Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,120.00

 

Paschini Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,120.00

 

Labuschagne/Andre

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,120.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,360.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,360.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,770.00

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,770.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,770.00

 

Schoeman/Johannes

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,890.00

 

Mentz/Petrus

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,890.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Labuschagne Andre Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Paul Gerald Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,240.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,240.00

 

Steenekamp Andries Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,240.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,360.00

 

Fouche Pieter

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Gerzen Ettiene

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Pieterse Hendriek

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Swanepoel Pieter Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Mentz Petrus

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Schoeman Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Monaheng Othniel

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,940.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,290.00

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,290.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,550.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,680.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,740.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,160.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,160.00

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,190.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,970.00

 

Schoeman Johan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,240.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,980.00

 

Paschinin Andriano Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,980.00

 

Labuschagne Andre Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

13,100.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

19,240.00

 

Steenekamp Andries Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

19,240.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

22,060.00

 

Viljoen Gerrit Dr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

35,050.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

35,120.00

 

Monaheng Otehniel

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

39,670.00

 

Viljoen Gerrit Dr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

41,580.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Sin Cgk/Dxb

12,214.24

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Sin Cgk/Dxb

12,214.24

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Sin Cgk/Dxb

12,214.24

 

Paschini/Adriano Mr

Jnb/Dxd/Lhr/Dxb/Ruh

12,280.00

 

Boikhutso William Molefe Mr

Jnb/Ebb/Jnb

5,160.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ebb/Jnb

6,180.00

 

Vanwyk Henrico Mr

Jnb/Ebb/Nbo/Jnb

8,400.00

 

Lagrange/Tristanmr

Jnb/Eze/Lim/Gru/Jnb

16,450.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ams Cdg/Fra

7,750.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ams/Fra/Jnb

6,000.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ams/Fra/Jnb

6,000.00

 

Mills Ralph Mr

Jnb/Fra/Arn/Fra/Jnb

16,010.00

 

Matthews Shaun Mr

Jnb/Fra/Arn/Fra/Jnb

16,010.00

 

Roos Stefanus Dawid Dr

Jnb/Fra/Arn/Fra/Jnb

16,010.00

 

Dreyer Antonie Mr

Jnb/Fra/Blq/Muc/Jnb

15,050.00

 

Gibbons Ivanfrank Mr

Jnb/Fra/Blq/Muc/Jnb

15,050.00

 

Mouton Andries Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

9,800.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

9,800.00

 

Mouton Andries Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

9,890.00

 

Mouton Andries Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

10,750.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

10,750.00

 

Schoombee Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

10,750.00

 

Schoeman Johan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

14,750.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

14,750.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

14,092.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

14,092.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

14,092.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

14,092.83

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

7,500.00

 

Dejager Augustinus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

8,700.00

 

Matthews Shaun Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

8,700.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

15,050.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

15,050.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Muc/Jnb

4,170.00

 

Poley Alexander John Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cph/Fra/Jnb

16,000.00

 

Fetumani Funyanwa Ms

Jnb/Fra/Cph/Fra/Jnb

16,000.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Fra/Iad

29,701.43

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Fra/Iad

29,701.43

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Fra/Iad

29,701.43

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Fra/Iad

29,701.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Muc/Cpt

54,500.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dus Ams/Fra

7,750.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dus/Fra/Jnb

7,500.00

 

Viljoen/Gerritdr

Jnb/Fra/Fco/Fra/Jnb

12,790.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Haj/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Viljoen Marius Mr

Jnb/Fra/Haj/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Haj/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Hel

12,750.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

15,045.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

15,045.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

15,045.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

15,045.18

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

7,860.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Xaxa/Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,400.00

 

Chiliza/Trevor Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,400.00

 

.Rossouw/Andre Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,400.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,600.00

 

Moraal/Egbertmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,600.00

 

Xaxa/Vuyokazi Mirand

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,600.00

 

Schoombee Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,990.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,990.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Rossouw/Andre Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

12,980.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

13,100.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

13,810.00

 

Botha/Frederik Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel Tku/Cph

11,650.00

 

Neu/Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel Tku/Cph

11,650.00

 

Vanderlinde/Andries

Jnb/Fra/Hel Tku/Cph

11,650.00

 

Jansenvanrensburg/Da

Jnb/Fra/Hel Tku/Cph

13,150.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Haj

20,060.00

 

Louw/Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,070.00

 

Schoombee/Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,070.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,920.00

 

Vanwyk Jacob Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,920.00

 

Bosch Hennie Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,920.00

 

Duplessis Pieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,930.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,930.00

 

Weideman Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,250.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,480.00

 

Debeer Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,480.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,480.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,480.00

 

Williams David Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,850.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

11,500.00

 

Kusel Frank Johann Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

11,500.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

11,810.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,300.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

13,440.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

15,750.00

 

Debeer Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

15,750.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

15,750.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

16,550.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

16,550.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

16,550.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

16,840.00

 

Williams David

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Muc/Jnb

7,960.00

 

Vosloo Andre

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Muc/Jnb

8,450.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Muc/Jnb

15,080.00

 

Roos Gieon Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Oul/Hel

10,480.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Oul/Hel

11,870.00

 

Mlambo Mandlenkosi Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

21,001.86

 

Mlambo Mandlenkosi Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

21,001.86

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

21,001.86

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

21,001.86

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

22,453.36

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

22,453.36

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

29,554.36

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

29,554.36

 

Schoombee/Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

5,510.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

5,510.00

 

Oberholzer/Machiel M

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

5,510.00

 

Dean Hugh Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

7,200.00

 

Wasserman Werner Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

7,200.00

 

Mills Ralph Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

7,200.00

 

Roos Stefanus Dr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

7,200.00

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Jnb/Fra/Kbp/Fra/Jnb

13,850.00

 

Malan/Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Kbp/Fra/Jnb

13,850.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Msq/Fra/Jnb

10,950.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Msq/Fra/Jnb

11,450.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Fra/Mxp/Ham/Fra

15,150.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Fra/Mxp/Ham/Fra

15,150.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

9,435.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

9,435.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

9,435.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

9,435.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Mills Raph Mr

Jnb/Fra/Tse/Fra/Jnb

12,490.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Fra/Tse/Fra/Jnb

12,490.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Yow/Yyc/Yow

19,820.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Zrh/Fra/Jnb

15,650.00

 

Mills Ralph Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

2,550.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru

30,812.39

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Gru Bsb/Gru/Jnb

16,700.00

 

Moolman Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bog/Gye/Lim

6,601.93

 

Smit Nicolaasjohannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bog/Gye/Lim

7,899.68

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

1,730.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

8,730.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

9,370.00

 

Wilson/Denisemrs

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

10,700.00

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

18,150.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

19,880.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

33,020.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Sdu

49,440.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ccs/Gru/Jnb

21,840.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ccs/Gru/Jnb

21,840.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig Sdu/Bsb

3,560.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

10,705.80

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

10,705.83

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

11,160.18

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

11,160.18

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

8,110.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

21,260.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

25,090.36

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

25,090.36

 

Boikhutso/William Mo

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

6,140.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

6,770.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,620.00

 

Khoza David Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Mostert Albertus Willem Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Vanstaden Marthinus Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Wilson Denise Mary Ms

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Zietsman Enrico Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Cardinal Vivianwilliam Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,950.00

 

Vanderwalt Christo Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,950.00

 

Schoeman Len Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,950.00

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,020.00

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,260.00

 

Vanrensburg Barend Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,400.00

 

Ferreira Solomon Mathinus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,400.00

 

Mostert Albertus Willem Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Vanstaden Marthinus Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Zietsman Enrico Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Khoza Andriesdavid Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Ronnenbergh John Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Opperman Rudolf Christiaan Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,710.00

 

Pirzenthal Stephen Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

10,090.00

 

Foxcroft William Thomas Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

10,090.00

 

Labuschagne Petrus Ignatius Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

10,090.00

 

Khoza Andries David Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

10,090.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

13,300.00

 

Pirzenthal Stephen Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

13,300.00

 

Visser Vernon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gye/Lim

8,974.68

 

Wolff Friedrich Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gye/Lim

8,974.68

 

Staats Robert Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gye/Scl

6,526.43

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Pirzenthal Stephen Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Mare Jacob Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

De Jonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Khoza Andries Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,880.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

45,840.00

 

Laubscher Martin Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mvd Eze/Gru

11,786.07

 

Rautenbach Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mvd Eze/Gru

11,786.07

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Ccs

15,280.62

 

Raman Trevorchristopher Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

12,095.84

 

Raman Trevorchristopher Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

12,095.87

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

12,109.84

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

12,109.87

 

Cardinal Vivian Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

11,590.00

 

Schutte Christoffel Dr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

11,590.00

 

Lambrechts Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

11,590.00

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

11,590.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

12,971.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

12,971.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,037.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,037.68

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,047.93

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,047.93

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,097.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,097.68

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

15,176.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

15,176.18

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ssa/Gru/Jnb

12,259.43

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ssa/Gru/Jnb

12,259.43

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ssa/Gru/Jnb

13,573.68

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ssa/Gru/Jnb

13,573.68

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Ctu Pvg/Hkg

14,330.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Han/Bkk/Fra

51,610.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Han/Hkg/Jnb

12,310.00

 

Carter Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Hgh/Hkg/Jnb

11,800.00

 

Roos/Josefmr

Jnb/Hkg/Jnb

14,680.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Bkk/Han

22,990.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

22,398.80

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

22,398.80

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

22,398.80

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

22,398.83

 

Kistan Prevani Ms

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

12,030.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

12,470.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Icn/Hkg

14,080.00

 

Mayisela/Sihle Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Jnb

14,330.00

 

Valliarampath Joe Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Hkg/Jnb

10,950.00

 

Duplessis Roelof Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Hkg/Jnb

10,950.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Pek/Hkg

13,260.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Pek/Hkg

13,260.00

 

Padayachee Desigan

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Pek/Jnb

9,840.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,182.86

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,182.86

 

Shoke Solly Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,182.86

 

Shoke Solly Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,182.86

 

Litlhakanyane Putswe Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,189.36

 

Litlhakanyane Putswe Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,189.36

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Iad Sfo/Jfk/Jnb

24,749.90

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Iad Sfo/Jfk/Jnb

24,749.90

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Iad Sfo/Jfk/Jnb

24,749.92

 

Mlambo/Mandlenkosi M

Jnb/Iad/Atl/Iad/Jnb

9,730.00

 

Havinga Marthinuscarl Mr

Jnb/Iad/Bos/Iad/Jnb

13,910.00

 

Mahlangu Sundaymichael Mr

Jnb/Iad/Bos/Iad/Jnb

21,150.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Iad/Sfo/Iad/Jnb

12,683.43

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Iad/Sfo/Iad/Jnb

12,683.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Ist

31,260.39

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Alg/Ist/Jnb

14,185.05

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Alg/Ist/Jnb

14,185.05

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Alg/Ist/Jnb

14,185.05

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Alg/Ist/Jnb

14,185.08

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist

12,551.79

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist

12,551.79

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist

12,551.81

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

14,027.59

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

14,027.59

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

14,027.59

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

14,027.62

 

Ferreira Stephanus Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

9,930.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

4,520.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

7,470.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

8,030.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

11,160.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

11,990.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

12,610.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

13,470.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

21,792.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

21,792.36

 

Ferreira Stephanus Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

10,230.00

 

Ferreira Stepahanus Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

13,610.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

13,610.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Jnb/Ist/Ods Ist/Jnb

15,280.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Ist/Ods Ist/Jnb

15,280.00

 

Mouton Andries Jacob

Jnb/Ist/Ods/Ist/Jnb

7,350.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Ist/Ods/Ist/Jnb

13,470.00

 

Boikhutso William Molefe Mr

Jnb/Ist/Tip/Ist/Jnb

9,240.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Jfk Ewr/Mem/Ewr

14,840.00

 

Haasbroek Johannes Mr

Jnb/Jfk Lga/Ord/Cid

31,450.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Dca/Mco/Jfk

19,560.68

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

11,000.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

11,000.00

 

Dejager Pieter Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

11,000.00

 

Gray Andrew Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

11,000.00

 

Brits Johannes Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax Jfk/Jnb

13,050.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax Jfk/Jnb

13,050.00

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan

Jnb/Jfk/Lax Jfk/Jnb

13,050.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax Jfk/Jnb

13,050.00

 

Spence Jameslance Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Iad/Jnb

19,390.00

 

Botha Chantel Ms

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Iad/Jnb

19,390.00

 

Dejager Pieter Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

14,620.00

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

14,620.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

14,620.00

 

Gray Andrew Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

14,620.00

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

15,180.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

15,180.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

15,180.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Jansen Wessel Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Stander/Tinus Dr

Jnb/Jfk/Yul/Jfk/Jnb

22,580.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Lad/Jnb

2,790.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Lhr Cdg/Muc/Jnb

7,300.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Lhr Cdg/Muc/Jnb

9,260.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Lhr Cdg/Muc/Jnb

9,260.00

 

Hauptfleisch Carelwillem Mr

Jnb/Lhr Cdg/Muc/Jnb

9,260.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Lhr Fco/Muc/Jnb

9,600.00

 

Schoombie/Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr Psa/Muc/Jnb

7,240.00

 

Vanwyk/Henrico Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Bcn/Cdg/Lhr

6,940.00

 

Vanwyk Henrico Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Bcn/Lhr/Jnb

18,460.00

 

Daya Preteshkumar Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Brs/Lhr/Jnb

3,143.43

 

Daya Preteshkumar Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Brs/Lhr/Jnb

3,143.43

 

Retief Stephanus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Edi/Lhr/Jnb

6,090.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Ham/Muc/Jnb

6,740.00

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Ham/Muc/Jnb

6,740.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,063.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,063.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,142.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,142.36

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,202.36

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,202.36

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

24,886.11

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

24,886.12

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

25,125.36

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

25,125.36

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

26,906.36

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

26,906.36

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

27,020.36

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

27,020.36

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

39,419.64

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

39,419.65

 

Hauptfleisch Carelwillem Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

790.00

 

Collins Lloyd Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

1,390.00

 

Bezuidenhout/Justin

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Mcfadyen Iain Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Duplessis Roelof Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Steenkamp Andries Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Botha Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Dreyer Antonie Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

6,060.00

 

Steenekamp Andriespetrus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

6,160.00

 

Collins Lloyd Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

6,830.00

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

7,710.00

 

Gibbons Ivan Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

7,890.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

9,590.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

9,590.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

10,310.00

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Kusel Frank Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Dekock/Christomr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

11,450.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

11,450.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

12,550.00

 

Blignaut Roelof Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

12,850.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

34,090.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

34,090.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Muc/Jnb

5,090.00

 

Singarum Colin Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Mxp Fco/Fra

10,126.24

 

Singarum Colin Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Mxp Fco/Fra

10,126.24

 

Meiring Daniel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Yyz/Lhr/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Vanstaade/Burtmr

Jnb/Los/Abv/Los/Jnb

21,820.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Los/Jnb

5,040.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Los/Jnb

7,100.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Muc Fra/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Arn/Muc/Jnb

10,400.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Muc/Bre/Fra/Jnb

16,550.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Muc/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

12,500.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

12,500.00

 

Mann/Justin Mr

Jnb/Muc/Cph/Muc/Jnb

18,940.00

 

Dejonge/Marcus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Cph/Muc/Jnb

18,940.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Muc/Dus/Zrh/Haj

1,290.00

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Muc/Dus/Zrh/Haj

50,700.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Got/Fra/Jnb

12,577.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Got/Fra/Jnb

12,577.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Got/Fra/Jnb

12,577.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Got/Fra/Jnb

12,577.68

 

Viljoen Marius Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

8,030.00

 

Terblanche Henk Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

8,030.00

 

Viljoen Marius Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Blom Ebenerasmus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Dekoster Janadri Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,421.93

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,421.93

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,421.93

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,421.93

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Muc/Jnb

10,640.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Muc/Jnb

11,250.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Muc/Jnb

12,160.00

 

Maritz Michiel Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Muc/Jnb

12,160.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

24,088.61

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

24,088.62

 

Pretorius Ernst Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

950.00

 

Fouche/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

3,930.00

 

Pretorius Ernst Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

6,350.00

 

Kohlmeyer Friedel Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

6,680.00

 

Vanderlinde Jacques Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

6,680.00

 

Labuschagne Andre Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

8,630.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

8,720.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

8,720.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

8,720.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Mrs Ham/Fra

8,400.00

 

Schoombie Kobus

Jnb/Muc/Mrs Ham/Fra

8,400.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Muc/Mrs/Muc/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Muc/Mrs/Muc/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Schoombie/Kobus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Mrs/Muc/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Meiring Daniel Mr

Jnb/Muc/Nap/Muc/Jnb

11,610.00

 

Terblanche/Henk Mr

Jnb/Muc/Psa Flr/Muc

8,150.00

 

Rossouw/Andre Mr

Jnb/Muc/Psa Flr/Muc

14,340.00

 

Rossouw/Andre Mr

Jnb/Muc/Psa Flr/Muc

15,150.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Muc/Txl/Fra/Jnb

6,680.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Dar/Nbo/Jnb

11,990.00

 

Khoza/Sipho Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Ebb/Nbo/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

10,171.86

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

10,171.86

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

11,164.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

11,164.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

11,407.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

11,407.36

 

Greyling Johan Mr

Jnb/Pek Pvg/Hkg/Jnb

6,690.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Pek Pvg/Hkg/Jnb

11,850.00

 

Reddy Sanusha Ms

Jnb/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

13,960.00

 

Kruger/Rudolf Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

5,670.00

 

Swart/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

5,670.00

 

Bean Jaco Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

5,950.00

 

Swart Pieter Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

5,950.00

 

Kistan/Prevani Ms

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Mayisela/Sihle Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Xaxa/Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Abrahams/Henry Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Gertzen/Ettienemr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Mayisela/Sihle Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Swart/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Meiring Daniel Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

18,960.00

 

Naidoo Yogianandh Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

18,960.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb/Cpt

9,600.00

 

Jacobs Lesley Ms

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

3,690.00

 

Pheto Johannes Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

3,690.00

 

Reddy/Sanusha

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

5,960.00

 

Olivier/Deon

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

5,960.00

 

Foster/Ronniemr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

5,960.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

6,200.00

 

Ntsihlele/Elias Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

6,430.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

7,000.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

7,000.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

8,800.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

8,800.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk Bkk/Sin

8,280.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk Bkk/Sin

8,400.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Bkk/Sin

55,910.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

13,501.43

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

13,501.43

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

13,501.43

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

13,501.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

15,062.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

15,062.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

15,062.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

15,062.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

16,812.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

16,812.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

16,812.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

16,812.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

6,000.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

6,000.00

 

Marillier Charles Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

9,030.00

 

Reddy Sanusha Ms

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

11,200.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

11,200.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Sello Mr

Jnb/Sin/Ckg/Sin/Jnb

10,420.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Gck/Bkk/Sin

7,540.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han Sgn/Sin

6,840.00

 

Huysamer Bafana Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han/Sin/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han/Sin/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Duvenag Johan Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han/Sin/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han/Sin/Jnb

9,200.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

27,049.61

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

27,049.62

 

Nagel Tymen Mr

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Bkk/Sin

24,100.00

 

Thirbennielal Nundhlall Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

9,997.43

 

Thirbennielal Nundhlall Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

9,997.43

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

4,200.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

4,900.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

10,250.00

 

Foster/Ronniemr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

10,250.00

 

Gibbons Ivanfrank Mr

Jnb/Sin/Pek Pvg/Sin

8,000.00

 

Botha Jacobusjohannes Mr

Jnb/Sin/Pek Pvg/Sin

8,000.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Sub/Sin/Jnb

13,819.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Sub/Sin/Jnb

13,819.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Sub/Sin/Jnb

13,819.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Sub/Sin/Jnb

13,819.68

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.08

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.08

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

25,475.86

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

25,475.86

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

4,950.00

 

Hauman/Gerhardus

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

5,290.00

 

Leroux/Gerhard Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

5,290.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Schoombee Jan Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

12,080.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Lhr/Zrh/Jnb

14,709.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Lhr/Zrh/Jnb

14,709.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Lhr/Zrh/Jnb

14,709.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Lhr/Zrh/Jnb

14,709.18

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Nue/Zrh/Jnb

13,121.34

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Nue/Zrh/Jnb

13,121.34

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Nue/Zrh/Jnb

13,121.34

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Nue/Zrh/Jnb

13,121.37

 

Brits Johannes Mr

Lax/Jfk

3,490.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Lax/Jfk

3,490.00

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan

Lax/Jfk

3,490.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Lax/Jfk

3,490.00

 

Meiring Daniel Mr

Lgw/Vce/Lgw

1,120.00

 

Schutte Christoffel Dr

Lhr/Jnb

16,060.00

 

Mare Carl Mr

Lhr/Jnb

16,060.00

 

Schoombie/Kobus Mr

Lhr/Psa

1,060.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Lhr/Zrh/Lhr

4,410.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Los/Abv/Los

2,320.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Los/Abv/Los

2,940.00

 

Joubert/Johannes Mr

Mct/Auh

700.00

 

Alhinai Salimhamedhilal Mr

Mct/Doh/Jnb/Doh/Mct

14,886.57

 

Alkalbani Humaid Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alkalbani Humaid Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alkalbani Humaid Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alkalbani Humaid Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Almahrizi Alifraish Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Almahrizi Alifraish Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Almahrizi Alifraish Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Almahrizi Alifraish Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsenaidi Hamdan Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsenaidi Hamdan Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsenaidi Hamdan Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsenaidi Hamdan Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsiyabi Khalidsalim Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsiyabi Khalidsalim Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsiyabi Khalidsalim Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsiyabi Khalidsalim Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

20,140.80

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

20,140.80

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Mct

8,435.50

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Mct

8,435.50

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Mct

10,386.00

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Mct

10,386.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Mia/Gig/Mia

15,133.50

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Mia/Gig/Mia

15,133.50

 

Botha/Danielmr

Mia/Iah/Slc/Den/Mia

6,970.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Muc/Cdg/Jnb

7,100.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Muc/Hel/Oul/Hel/Fra

11,320.00

 

Florchinger Burkhard Mr

Muc/Jnb/Muc

28,672.86

 

Florchinger Burkhard Mr

Muc/Jnb/Muc

28,672.86

 

Grub/Dietermr

Muc/Kbp/Muc

6,410.00

 

Boubacar Hamma Mr

Nbo/Mgq

3,584.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Add/Jnb

10,517.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Add/Jnb

10,517.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Add/Jnb

21,272.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Add/Jnb

21,272.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Cai/Jnb

13,434.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Cai/Jnb

13,434.50

 

Mangaepsemomha Doretteemmanuele Mr

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Mangaepsemomha Doretteemmanuele Mr

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Mangaepsemomha Doretteemmanuele Mr

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Mangaepsemomha Doretteemmanuele Mr

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Momha Jeancalvingen

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Momha Jeancalvingen

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Momha Jeancalvingen

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Momha Jeancalvingen

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Ods/Ist

2,210.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Ods/Ist

2,250.00

 

Louw/Abraham Mr

Oul/Hel

3,260.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Pek/Dlc/Pek

4,893.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Pek/Dlc/Pek

11,148.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Pek/Dlc/Pek

11,148.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Pek/Ist/Jnb

31,481.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Pek/Ist/Jnb

31,481.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,714.50

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,714.50

 

Wessels J Mr

Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,730.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Ruh/Muc/Bre

5,570.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Sdu/Gru/Jnb

29,204.50

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Sin/Cgk

10,400.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Ssa/Gru/Jnb

15,422.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Tse/Fra

18,010.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Tse/Fra

23,410.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Uio/Mad/Alg

37,508.00

07 May 2018 - NW222

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)What number of persons have undergone training at the Transnet Security School for Protection Officer Training (a) at each location and (b) in each year since 1 January 2014; (2) How many of the persons who were trained (a) completed the training and (b) were employed following training; (3) Whether all persons who underwent training were provided with certificates of training; if not, why not; (4) (a) what number of protection officers does Transnet (i) employ internally and (ii) outsource and (b) what number of vacancies for protection officers does Transnet currently have; (5) Whether the Transnet Security School is currently recruiting more trainees for training as protection officers; is so, why?

Reply:

This response is according to information received from the SOC:

(1)

(b) Year

(a) Location

Total

 

Esselenpark

Bloemfontein

Kilnerpark

 

2014

551

417

0

968

2015

352

398

0

750

2016

0

169

0

169

2017

0

0

14

14

Total

903

984

14

1,901

(2)

Commenced Training

(a) Completed Training

Comments

1,901

1,891

  • The difference in numbers between commenced with training and completion is due to learners exiting the program before completion for various reasons.
  • (b) Learners who successfully completed the training were released to the national market for absorption.

(3) A total of 1,901 Protection Officials underwent training at the Transnet School of Security since 1 January 2014 of which 1,891 completed the training. The Transnet School of Security issued certificates to all the learners after the completion of the Learnership.

Of the 1,891 Protection Officers who completed training, a total number of 1,789 certificates have been received from the Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority (SASSETA).

Transnet is awaiting the outstanding 102 certificates from the SASSETA which will be issued to the Learners once received by Transnet. Transnet has been made aware that the SASSETA has experienced challenges in the issuing of these outstanding certificates and Transnet is following up on the matter.

(4) (a)(i) Currently Transnet employs 881 Protection Officers across the business.

(a)(ii) Transnet has external service providers rendering protection services where the business requires protection services across the national foot print, with approximately 6,600 guards from 73 suppliers.

(b) Currently there are no vacancies for protection officers.

(5) Transnet School of Security is not currently recruiting Learners.

07 May 2018 - NW223

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)(a) What were the requirements for the post that was advertised at the manufacturing department of a certain company (name furnished) where a certain person (name furnished) was appointed on 22 December 2017, (b) how many persons (i) responded, (ii) were selected and (iii) were interviewed for the post, (c) what was the score of each interviewed candidate and (d) what is the successful candidate’s work experience and academic qualifications; (2) whether there was any trainee for this position before it was advertised?

Reply:

Response is based on information received from Denel.

Denel SOC Ltd holds a less than controlling stake (49% shareholding stake in Denel Munition (Pty) Ltd (RDM), which means that RDM is not a SOC and Denel is not in a position to demand the response to the question asked; nor does Denel have any details on the employment of Ms Kleinsmidt.

We will into this matter further.

07 May 2018 - NW230

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Have officials and employees of (a) her department and/or (b) any entity reporting to her used business class tickets for flights during the period 1 January 2010 to 13 November 2017; if so, (i) what are the names of the officials and employees, (ii) what was the flight route, (iii) what travel agency was used to book the flights, (iv) what was the cost of each business class ticket in each case, (v) what was the purpose of each flight, (vi) did the spending comply with the cost cutting measures and regulations of the National Treasury, her department and the Auditor-General of South Africa and (vii) who approved the trip and payment thereof?

Reply:

DPE:

SEE “ANNEXURE 1” (A to H).

ESKOM:

(a)

For the DPE to respond.

(b)

Yes, Eskom employees used business class ticket for flights in the period from 1 January 2010 to 13 November 2017. 

Although Eskom has records of flights prior to 1 January 2015, the records have not been consolidated and are, therefore, not readily available. The exercise to extract, consolidate, and verify these records is extensive and will take eight months to complete.

(b)(i)(ii)(iv)

Annexure A provides (i) the names of the employees and (ii) the flight route.

(b)(iii)

The travel agency that was used to book the flights from January 2015 to 13 November 2017 is Travel with Flair (TWF).

(b)(iv)

Annexure A provides (iv) the cost of each business class ticket.

(b)(v)

Yes, the spend on these flights complies with the cost-cutting measures and regulations of National Treasury, the DPE, and the Auditor-General of South Africa.

(b)(v)(vii)

Annexure B provides (v) the purpose of each flight and (vii) the approver of the trip and payment in each case.

 

SAX:

(1)(b)(i)    The Travel Policy of South African Express allows only the Chief Executive Officer to travel business class.The official who travelled  are:

Ms Siza Mzimela  

Mr Inati Ntshanga                                                                                           

Mr Victor Xaba                                                                                                                       

Ms Matsietsi Mokholo

(ii)        Various destinations on domestic and international routes.

(iii)      No travel agency was used to book the flights; SA Express utilises its own in-house commercial department for duty travel bookings.

(iv)      The ticket prices of referred travels by SA Express Airways CEO’s were on tickets that are on airline to airline duty travel arrangements.

(2)(a)  South African Express only pays for taxes and levies.

(2)(b)  Approval for travel at SA Express is granted by the General Manager:  Human Capital.

 

TRANSNET:

 

 

 

This response is according to information received from Transnet:

 

(1)(a)            Responses from DPE, Alexkor, Denel, Eskom, Safcol and SAX were submitted and signed.

(1)(b)(i)         Yes. There were many passengers that travelled business class for the period 01 Jan 2010 until 31 October 2017.

 

(1)(b)(ii)        There were various routes travelled and the major routes were China, USA, Maputo, Germany, Frankfurt, Sau Paulo, London, Canada, Berlin, Mozambique, Dubai, Hong Kong, Kenya, Munich – Germany, Sao Paulo – Brazil, Frankfurt – Germany, Lagos – Nigeria, Zurich – Switzerland.

 

 

(1)(b)(iii)           For the period 01 January 2010 to 31 December 2010 Tourvest T/A Amex was used.

 

For the period around 01 Jan 2011 to 31 May 2014 - Tourvest T/A Seekers was used, and

 

For the period 01 June 2014 until current Travel with Flair was used.

 

(1)(b)(iv)            The total amount paid for business class trips for the period 01 Jan 2010 until 31 October 2017 is estimated to be around R142 million.

 

(1)(b) (v)            All travel relates to operations, various conferences, investor relations and  international roadshows.

 

(2) (a)                Yes.

(2) (b)              Line managers approved all the travel in line with the Transnet Delegation of Approval for Business Travel.

 

                          More information is attached as “Annexure A”.

 

 

07 May 2018 - NW294

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)Whether (a) Denel and/or (b) Eskom have been in any discussions with the government of Qatar since 1 May 2014; if so, in each case, what was the nature of the discussions; (2) have any agreements been signed as a result of the specified discussions; if so, what is the nature of the agreements in each case; (3) whether (a) Denel and/or (b) Eskom is considering to sell a stake in the entity to the government of Qatar; if so, what are the full terms and conditions of the sale for each entity?

Reply:

Information as Supplied by Denel and Eskom

  •  

(1)

(a)

Yes, Denel has been in discussions with the government of Qatar.

 

 

 

  1. In 2017 Denel was approached by the government of Qatar represented by the Minister of Defence.  The nature of the discussions were about Denel looking for loan funding.  During these discussions, the government of Qatar indicated that they were also interested in Denel equity ownership.

 

(b)

Not Applicable

 

(2)

Yes, a memorandum of understanding was signed with the government of Qatar premised on the following conditions:

 

  1. A R350 million loan facility for a five-year term which Denel could draw down on, on a needs basis.
  2. Providing the government of Qatar with a six months exclusivity period to conclude the loan agreement (which has now expired).
  3. Confidentiality clause.
  4. Noting the government of Qatar’s interest in Denel’s equity ownership which also indicated a separate approval process beyond the Denel board.
  5. That even when such interest (in D above) is not approved, the loan agreement would continue.
  6. Conversion of the loan into equity in the event approval by the government of the republic of South Africa is achieved.

(3)

(a)

No, Denel does not intend to sell any stake.  Denel has no such authority.

 

 

(b)

Not Applicable

 

 

 

 

 

All of these matters will be reviewed by the Board of Directors.

ESKOM:

(1)(a)

For DPE to respond

 (1)(b)

To the best of its knowledge Eskom has not had any discussions with the government of Qatar since 1 May 2014.

(2)

Not applicable

(3)(a)

For DPE to respond

(3)(b)

The sale of a stake in Eskom is Shareholder matter. For DPE to respond

07 May 2018 - NW482

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) What quantity of coal has Eskom stockpiled on average at each of its coal-fired power stations and (b) has the coal been paid for?

Reply:

The parliamentary question has been forward to Eskom and the Ministry of Public Enterprises awaits their urgent response. Further information will be conveyed to Parliament as soon as the response is received.

10 April 2018 - NW723

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Rabotapi, Mr MW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)       Whether his department has a sexual harassment and assault policy in place; if not, (a) why not and (b) by what date will his department have such a policy in place; if so, (i) how are reports investigated and (ii) what are the details of the consequence management and sanctions stipulated by the policy; (2) (a) what is the total number of incidents of sexual harassment and assault that have been reported in his department (i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017, (b) what number of cases were (i) opened and concluded, (ii) withdrawn and (iii) remain open based on the incidents and (c) what sanctions were issued for each person who was found to have been guilty?

Reply:

1. (a). Yes, the department does have a Sexual Harassment Policy in place.

(i) In terms of section 4 of the Departmental Sexual Harassment Policy, the victim is first assisted to determine if any medical or psycho-social intervention is required, wherein after the Director Employee Health and Wellness / Labour Relations assists the victim to compile a written report of an incident, which is then filed at Human Resources either through a formal grievance or through request to initiate a disciplinary investigation into the allegations.

Based hereon, a briefing memorandum is prepared for the attention of the Head of Department to determine whether a precautionary suspension will be required and for the appointment of an independent investigator.

An independent investigator will either be sourced from another Government department or through the Supply Chain Management process, to provide an investigation report . Based on the outcome thereof the due-processes as outline in PSCBC Resolution 1 of 2003 or Chapter 7 of the SMS Handbook regulating discipline are followed.

The victims’ rights in terms of criminal and civil remedies are also explained to him or her and are not in any way curtailed or limited by the departmental policy.

(ii) Regarding consequence management and the determination of an appropriate sanction, the department subscribes to Section 7.14 of the DPSA’s Labour Relations Sanctioning Guidelines for Public Service, which is dismissal if found guilty.

2. (a). (i) 2015/2016 – No cases.

2016/2017 - No cases

2017/2018 - No cases

(ii) As at 1 April 2017 – No cases.

(b) (i) No cases opened,

(ii) No cases withdrawn,

(ii) No cases remain opened

(c) There were no incidents reported therefore no sanctions against anyone.

10 April 2018 - NW483

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What is the cost to Eskom of its meter-reading with regard to each meter for (a)(i) urban and (ii) rural households and (b)(i) farms and (ii) industrial undertakings? NW550E

Reply:

Disclaimer: According to the information received from Eskom

For small power users, which include urban households, rural households and farms, meters are read by meter reading contractors and rates are largely determined by accessibility, density and terrain.

Eskom’s total costs for meter reading for the financial year 2016/17 is R70.4 million. Costs for the current year as at January 2018 is R60.7 million.

(a)(i)

As at August 2017 the average cost to Eskom for meter reading per urban installation is R28.57.

(a)(ii)

As at August 2017 the average cost to Eskom for meter reading per rural installation is R50.00.

(b)(i)

As at August 2017 the average cost to Eskom for meter reading per farm installation is R61.73.

(b)(ii)

Eskom uses own internal resources for meter reading at industrial customers. Where internal resources are not available the cost for meter reading is R89.23 as at August 2017.

The majority of industrial customers are read electronically, and half-hourly meter readings are obtained to ensure effective and accurate billing.

02 January 2018 - NW4014

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What (a) are the details of the obligations of Alexkor Pooling and Sharing Joint Venture towards rehabilitation in the Richtersveld region in the Northern Cape, (b) amount has Alexkor Pooling and Sharing Joint Venture set aside for the rehabilitation of the mining area and (c) rehabilitation has Alexkor Pooling and Sharing Joint Venture completed to date including (i) maps with markings and (ii) costs of the rehabilitation done in each case?

Reply:

(a)

The need for rehabilitation derives from both the legal framework calling for rehabilitation as well as the need to protect natural resources with acknowledgement of this need contained in the undertaking.

 

(ii) Concurrent Rehabilitation: The PSJV is responsible to rehabilitate disturbances stemming from their mining / prospecting activities. When the mining moves to a new block they must have rehabilitated the mined-out block or make provisions for the block to be rehabilitated whilst preparing the new block to be mined.

(iii) Current mining activities go hand in hand with historically mined out areas therefore whilst mining, the operations do concurrent rehabilitation.

 

 

(b)

(i) Land Mining:

An existing financial guarantee (Guarantee number: G0657/523079/GLO) sits with First Rand Bank. The guarantee amount has increased during the financial year 2017/18 from R1 935 524.00 to R2 704 759.00

 

 

(ii) Marine Mining:

DMR requested that the marine mining rights quantum be recalculated. The PSJV completed the task and submitted the recalculation to the DMR. Feedback from the DMR is pending.

 

 

(c)

(i) maps with markings

 

See the link:

 

 

(ii)

 

 

Alexkor RMC JV: Rehabilitation status

Mining Area

Rehabilitation Cost

Rehabilitation Completed

Port Nolloth Reserve

N/A

Done

Port Nolloth Reserve

N/A

Done

Port Nolloth Reserve

R 57 674

Still in progress

Muisvlak

N/A

Done

Muisvlak

N/A

Done

Muisvlak

N/A

Done

Langpan

N/A

Done

Langpan

N/A

Done

Langpan

N/A

Done

Langpan

N/A

Done

Cliffs / Perdevlei

N/A

Done

Holgat South

R 15 271

Still in progress

Gifkop

N/A

Done

Peacock Bay

N/A

Done

Cape Voltas

N/A

Done

Cape Voltas

N/A

Done

Alexander Bay

N/A

Done

Alexander Bay

N/A

Done

Witvoorkop

N/A

Done

     

Note:

   

N/A = Concurrent rehabilitation implemented

Still in progress = Rehabilitation being conducted

     

 

 

   

 

 

 

Remarks:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

 

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

 

 

Director-General

 

 

Minister of Public Enterprises

 

Date:

 

 

Date:

               

 

02 January 2018 - NW4015

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

On what date was a certain company, namely Scarlet Skye Investment appointed by Alexkor Pooling and Sharing Joint Venture in the Richtersveld; (2) was a tender process followed; if not, (a) why not and (b) what are the conditions of the appointment? NW4561E

Reply:

(1)

Scarlet Skye Investment (SSI) was appointed on 01 March 2015

(2)

Yes

 

(a)

Not applicable

 

(b)

Scarlet Skye Investment (SSI) were appointed with the following conditions:

i) To conduct tender of diamonds over 8 (EIGHT) sales cycle per annum;

ii) Marketing of diamonds;

iii) Valuation of diamonds s;

iv) Agree on reserve price of diamonds with the Pooling and Sharing Joint Venture (PSJV) once the Diamonds are Valued;

v) Prepare supply of diamonds for obligatory 10% (TEN PERCENT) sample for the State Diamond Trader and oversee the process of such sale with the authorized representative of the PSJV; Beneficiate 5% (FIVE PERCENT) by value of the diamonds s;

vi) Prepare the remaining 85% (EIGHTY FIVE PERCENT) of diamonds supply for Sale on Tender; and

vii) 1.5% (ONE POINT FIVE PERCENT) Commission is paid to SSI.

 

   

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

 

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

   

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date: