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10 March 2020 - CW56

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Michalakis, Mr G to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) With reference to her reply to Question 63 on 2 September 2019, (a) how much was paid to a certain company (name furnished), (b) what percentage of work was done by the said company and (c) why was the contract only terminated in August 2019; (2) whether a new contractor has been appointed; if not, why not; if so, (a) what is the name of the new contractor and (b) why is the contractor not on site; (3) whether the contract was handed over in the second week of September 2019; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure has informed me that the Development Bank of Southern Africa was implementing this project. (a) The Contractor, Soaring Summit Development (SSD), was awarded a contract of R69 745 826.97, of which R9 124 074.35 was spent on building work, civil works, electrical works and mechanical works for various buildings on the site.

(b) The percentage of works carried out by SSD was 8.2% of the scope at the time of termination.

(c) The DPWI informed me that under the Joint Building Contracts Committee (JBCC) of the Principle Building Agreement (PBA) contract, the contractor must be given notice first before the termination could be enacted. SSD was issued with several notices of non-performance and placed in Mora in November 2019, after that SSD provided a revised programme with a catch-up plan.

In January 2019, SSD exercised their rights under the contractor to cede the work to another contractor that will have the capacity to complete the work. The cession was finalised in March 2019 and the new contractor had to apply for a new construction permit before work could start on site. All this was done in the hope of continuing with work on-site, without a long pause and escalated cost associated with the appointment of a replacement contractor.

The new contractor commenced with work at the end of April 2019, and the progress was not satisfactory. The contractor was issued with notices as per the JBCC and given time to remedy the default. The contractor made commitments, but the non-performance was never remedied. The contractor was issued with a notice to terminate in July 2019 and issued with a termination letter thereafter. The prescripts of the contract had to be followed to the latter to avoid any legal ramifications from the contractor.

2. (a),(b) The Department has informed me that a replacement contractor has not been appointed and will be appointed as soon as DPWI issues a concurrence letter in March 2020. I have asked the Director-General Adv. Sam Vukela, to launch a full investigation into the matter.

3. Falls away

09 March 2020 - NW111

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Health

(1)With reference to the approximately 30 attacks on paramedics countrywide in the past six months, what measures is his department putting in place to stop these attacks; (2) whether he intends to collaborate with other departments in an attempt to stop the specified attacks; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) which departments, (b) what are the details of such collaboration and (c) by what date can positive results be expected from the intended measures; (3) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

1. The National Department of Health, together with the Provincial Health Departments have embarked on a number of intervention strategies to help curb the ongoing attacks on Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Workforce. To this end we have established a National EMS Safety Forum and have since developed a National EMS Safety Guideline for all provinces to implement based on their specific needs (Annexure A). These comprehensive guidelines have four main areas, namely Focus on Staff, Community, Technology and Management. The National Department of Health is also in the process of introducing a 2-day course aimed addressing increasing safety awareness to enhance EMS personnel skills in identifying hostile environments, dealing with such situations, undertake evasive action and protection of the patient/s.

2. Yes. The National Department of Health has engaged with the South African Police Services (SAPS), National Joint Operations and Intelligence Structure (NatJOINTS), to highlight the ongoing attacks on EMS workforce and to escalate the matter with the Justice, Crime Prevention and Security Cluster (JCPS Cluster), with recommendation to the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development to deal with perpetrators more stringently. As a result, the NatJOINTS has issued a NatJOINTS Instruction to SAPS Provincial Commissioners to work closely with Provincial EMS managers. The aim of the collaboration is to provide the necessary security services to EMS workforce and to prioritise all cases reported.

In addition, this matter has been carefully deliberated upon by the National Health Council and a decision was taken to have Izimbizos within the affected communities in order to create awareness and to advocate for the support of EMS by the communities. Should Izimbizos in the affected areas fail, then EMS would be forced to withdraw services from danger areas to avert loss of life or injury.

Intervention strategies at both National and Provincial levels, but are not limited to, are listed below:

  • Participation and keynote address by Deputy Minister, Dr J Phaahla, at the National EMS Safety Symposium held at Cape Peninsula University of Technology in late 2018, involving all stakeholders which culminated in the development of an EMS Safety Position statement (Annexure B);
  • Denouncement of such attacks by the Minister of Health at the launch of National EMS Day in 2019;
  • Radio and television interviews;
  • Interaction with staff at grass roots level;
  • Participate in demonstrations and marches denouncing attacks on EMS staff;
  • Interact with the community in the affected communities; and
  • Feedback to National and Provincial parliamentary structures.

Intervention strategies by the EMS Managers and Senior Officials of the Provincial Health Departments include:

  • Regular stakeholders meeting with the Community Police Forum (CPF) in the identified affected areas;
  • On receipt of an emergency call, the EMS Communication Centre verifies the call with the CPF, who immediately respond to the location and confirm the emergency;
  • The EMS team respond to a safe area within the Red Zone (declared by SAPS) and are then escorted to the patient by SAPS;
  • Ongoing discussions with the labour caucus, CPF, SAPS and EMS management, have resulted in a decision to train CPF members in emergency medical care (First Responder Course) so as to provide the patients with immediate medical care upon the arrival of EMS; and
  • In addition, the media are invited to ride along with EMS to report first hand of the experience, challenges and difficult situation faced by the emergency services on a daily basis, EMS management and staff are regularly interviewed by the media to highlight the dangers and challenges EMS is confronted with, when serving such areas.

Interaction with the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, EMS Management and the Safety and Security Cluster continues, to ensure that:

  • Legal counsel employed by the state follows up the investigations to ensure prioritisation and possible conviction; and
  • Expert witness testimony by senior EMS manager on impact to EMS staff, EMS management, the community and service delivery.

3. I, as the Minister of Health, along with Deputy Minister of Health, Dr J Phaahla and senior managers of the National Department of Health have made several statements in this regard in the past and will continue to denounce such attacks going forward. It must be noted that there are a number of interventions implemented at multiple levels of government, yet, the attacks continue. No matter what we do, it is never enough, but we must continue to try, as we deal with this largely socioeconomic challenge. The National Department of Health together with our sector departments and provincial counterparts will continue to look for additional ways to address this serious challenge.

END.

09 March 2020 - NW173

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Health

Whether public clinics in Gauteng have mobile units to assist with health service delivery; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what number of clinics have mobile units and (b) which areas does each mobile unit serve?

Reply:

Public Clinics in Gauteng Province do not have mobile units, but the mobile units fall under sub districts and some of them are based at the clinics for overnight parking and refilling of medicines and medical commodities. All five districts have mobile units to assist with heath service delivery in sub-districts.

There are no clinics that have mobile units.

With regards to the areas that are served by the mobile units, the list is provided here below as (ANNEXURE A).

END.

09 March 2020 - NW174

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Health

Whether municipal clinics in the City of (a) Tshwane, (b) Johannesburg and (c) Ekurhuleni have mobile units to assist with health service delivery; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (i) what number of clinics have mobile units in each city and (ii) which areas does each mobile unit serve in each case?

Reply:

Both the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality and the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality have allocated mobile clinics/units according to the sub districts/regions; Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality has fixed clinics that have mobile units/clinics attached to them.

Details on the number of clinics that have mobile units, as well as areas that are served by mobile units, are contained in Annexure A.

END.

09 March 2020 - NW157

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

Whether his department received any applications for mining licences in the City of Ekurhuleni; if so, (a) what number of applications have been (i) received (aa) in each of the past five years and (bb) since 1 April 2019 and (ii) issued in each case and (b) where is the mining taking place?

Reply:

Reply

  1. (i)The number of applications received in the last five years from 2015 to 31 March 2019 are 56

Year

Total No of Applications

Applications issued

2015

15

04

2016

07

01

2017

17

03

2018

10

01

2019

08

01

(bb)
(bb) Applications received from 1 April 2019 are 08

(ii) There are no applications issued in this category

(ii) There are no applications issued in this category

(b) Nigel, Brakpan and Benoni.

 

DDG: MR
Date: 27 FEB 2020

Recommended

Advocate TS Mokoena
Director General: Department of Mineral Resources and Energy


Approved

Mr SG Mantashe
Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy
Date submitted: 09/03/2020

09 March 2020 - NW52

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) On what legislative structural basis did the War Room of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) come into existence, (b) to whom did the PRASA War Room report, (c) who was in charge of the War Room, (d) what was the total expenses for the PRASA War Room during its existence, (e)(i) what total number of staff was employed at the PRASA War Room and (ii) on whose payroll were they and (f)(i) whose equipment did they use and (ii) what agreements were established on these arrangements?

Reply:

(a) The PRASA War Room was established by the Accounting Authority of PRASA under direction of the Executive Authority.

(b) The Steering Committee of the PRASA War Room reported to the Minister of Transport.

(c) The Steering Committee of the PRASA War Room met weekly and was chaired by the Director General: Department of Transport. A Technical Committee managed the day to day functioning of the War Room chaired by the Head of Strategic Planning at PRASA.

(d) No extra cost was attributed to the War Room as it was staffed with PRASA employees.

(e) (i) Five(5) PRASA employees staffed the War Room on a permanent basis.

(ii) Refer to (d) above.

(f) (i) All equipment used in the War Room is owned by PRASA.

(ii) Refer to (f)(i) above.

09 March 2020 - CW39

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Nhanha, Mr M to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether he will provide an update on the post-settlement model between his department and the land claimants that was arranged by the SA Forestry Company Limited (SAFCOL) on a matter that has been going on for more than five years without any success; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. Government has decided that settlement of forestry land claim could be informed by the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR) Agrarian Transformation System (Wagon Wheel) which emphasises significant community’s participation in enterprises operating on their land. In this regard, the communities will be prioritised in terms of:

  • Guaranteeing that there is community participation in the planning process and subsequent phases.
  • Equity participation in the enterprises operating on their land. This would include rights to have input into appointing non-executive and executive directors and senior management.
  • Preference for community based enterprises in the subcontracting for goods and services, enterprise and supplier development, and prioritising of the community in corporate social investment spend.
  • Recognition of Tribal Authorities, where they exist as competent oversight authorities over the assets acquired by the communities through the land claim settlement process.
  • The land post transfer to community should continue to be used for the prime activities that had been on the land. In the case of forestry, approval by Minister should be obtained before the land use can be changed.

2. The forestry land claims have received a priority within government, with the Mkhwanazi land transfer in the Northern KZN effected on 14 October 2018. The next three parallel land claims are Mbonambi, Dukuduku and Nyalazi which are scheduled to be settled and transferred as per DRDLR’s plans.

09 March 2020 - NW17

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Health

(1)Whether he has been informed that the Civitas building in Pretoria that houses the headquarters of his department is a health hazard; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether the building also houses his office; if so, on what date did he last visit his office; (3) has he put any measures in place to address the problems at the Civitas building in Pretoria; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) (a) on what date will he and his department be moving to new premises and (b) where is this new premises; (5) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

1. The Civitas building requires significant maintenance which must be facilitated by the Department of Public Works. The key areas that require maintenance are the air-conditioning, water proofing of the roof and the repair and replacement of the lifts.

When the air-conditioning does not function optimally, temperatures in offices can become unbearable. We have therefore allowed staff to leave early in such circumstances until the air-condition is repaired. It would be incorrect to refer to this as a “health hazard”. If these areas of maintenance are not addressed, then a “health hazard” may occur. At this stage the repairs to the air-conditioning system are underway and expected to be completed by mid-March 2020.

2. The Minister uses the Civitas building as his office and holds meetings in the building regularly.

(3) A maintenance company has been appointed to repair the air-conditioning and sprinkler systems and this is expected to be completed by mid-March 2020. The Department monitors and tracks the progress related to the maintenance of the building with special attention to addressing the recommendations of the Inspector of the Department of Labour.

Progress in addressing the identified defects is as follows:

- new chillers have been procured and installed, to address the Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning (HVAC). They will be commissioned by end of March 2020.

- work is still underway related to addressing the sprinkler system and is expected to be completed by end of March 2020.

- roof water proofing project has been completed. A new deficiency has emerged related to the storm water system when there are heavy rains as recently experienced in Gauteng.

- the lifts project has been completed and currently on a maintenance status.

The revised completion date for other maintenance work by the contractor pending approval is 23 June 2020, which might be extended due to the phased approach of NDoH providing access to limited floors to the contractor, considering that the work is done while the building is occupied.

The maintenance project completion timelines are currently behind schedule in the region of 102 days due to unforeseen delays which include non-payment of invoices for work done, by DPW. Since the commencement of the project in April 2019, DPW has not paid any of the claims from the contractors.

(4) (a) The Department is currently participating in an acquisition and procurement process with the Department of Public Works regarding the process of moving to new premises. A formal and written indication was communicated to the DPW by NDOH on 10 February 2020 regarding the preferred building for the relocation. DPW has informed NDOH that they are still attending to procurement processes, including getting the necessary Treasury approvals. DPW has estimated the commencement of the move to a new building to be from October 2020.

(b) In Pretoria.

(5) A statement was issued on 4 February 2020 related to the relocation of the National Department of Health from the Civitas building.

END.

09 March 2020 - NW91

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(1)What was the cost of his trip to the meeting of the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in terms of (a) flights and accommodation, (b) daily allowance and (c) the (i) number of employees from his private office that attended and (ii) total cost for them to attend; (2) whether he flew in economy class to Davos, Switzerland; if not, why not; if so, (3) whether he intends flying economy class when attending to official business abroad; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details? NW100E

Reply:

The trip to the World Economic Forum in January 2020 combined three separate meetings in one round-trip. These were:

  1. The 2020 World Economic Forum meeting held in Switzerland to meet investors, analysts and foreign government representatives
  2. The World Trade Organisation “Mini-Ministerial” meeting on trade, held in Switzerland to consider the progress made on trade reform at global level
  3. A session of the African Union’s Bureau of the Council of Ministers held in Ethiopia, to shortlist candidates for the Secretary General position for the new Secretariat of the AfCFTA.

The travel schedule was a flight from Johannesburg – Zurich followed by a car journey to Davos and back to Zurich; with flights from Zurich-Vienna (transit) – Addis Ababa (meeting) – Johannesburg. Travel for international visits are in business class.

The cost for the Addis Ababa meeting will be compensated by the African Union, as I attended in my capacity as Vice Chairperson of the Council of Ministers. The cost of travel, excluding the portion for which a refund has been made to the African Union, is R111 383, covering both airfare and accommodation.

A Ministerial Advisor attended the WEF meeting, at a cost of R58 454 and flew economy class.

No accompanying person from the Ministry travelled to Ethiopia for the African Union segment.

-END-

09 March 2020 - NW6

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Meshoe, Rev KR to ask the Minister of Health

(1)Following the 17 recorded cases of Klebsiella pneumoniae at Tembisa Hospital’s neonatal unit in November and December 2019 which has, to date, led to the deaths of 10 babies, (details furnished), what is his department doing to ensure the prioritisation of the (a) delivery of quality healthcare services, (b) sufficient space and (c) staffing at Tembisa Hospital; (2) whether there are any plans to extend the (a) healthcare and (b) staffing infrastructure at the hospital; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the expected timelines for the completion of the project?

Reply:

(1) (a)-(b) Officials from the National Department of Health (NDoH) met with the hospital team responsible for managing the outbreak. The major causes of the outbreak related to overcrowding (there are too many patients and insufficient beds in the neonatal ward. The following recommendations were made:

(i) Diversion of patients to other hospitals to ease the overcrowding at Tembisa Hospital;

(ii) A national plan to strengthen infection control and prevention initiatives at health facilities (including training, reporting and rapid responses) with support from the National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS) and National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD) has been developed and is being implemented;

(iii) The NICD is in the process of strengthening its surveillance system through both routine and sentinel site surveillance.

(c) Tembisa Hospital allocated six (6) additional nurses to the neonatal unit to increase the staffing level in the unit.

(2) (a)-(b) The following infrastructure upgrades have been initiated since the Klebsiella outbreak that will have a positive impact on healthcare:

(i) Paediatric wards 4,5 and 6 have been upgraded by repairing the broken windows and doors;

(ii) Hand-wash basins and elbow action taps were installed;

(iii) Temperature gauges have been installed to measure both humidity and heat in the wards;

(iv) A contractor has been appointed to install park home containers that will cater for equipment storage; and

(v) The Milk room has been clinically cleaned.

END.

09 March 2020 - NW161

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Phillips, Ms C to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

What government incentives are in place to encourage individuals to (a) install solar systems, and (b) use micro power generation for their own private power supply at household level?

Reply:

Currency government does not have incentives to encourage (a) individuals to install systems and (b) use micro power generation for their own private power supply at household level, However, it should be indicated that there are benefits to either install or use micro power generator through sayings that are made from the decrease on electricity bills be» one is not using the grid connected electricity.

NW182E

09 March 2020 - NW148

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Communications

(a)(i) On what date and (ii) under what terms was a set-top box testing facility established at the SA Bureau of Standards, (b) what was the cost to her department of establishing this facility and (c) what number of set-top boxes have been tested at the facility since it was completed?

Reply:

I have been advised by the department as follows:

(a)(i) The SABS decoder testing lab was established in February 2012.

(ii) The lab was established to test decoders to be manufactured in South Africa based on the SANS862 national DTT decoder standard administered by the SABS. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Department of Communications (DoC), Department of Trade and Industry [DTI] and the SA Bureau of Standards (SABS). Under the terms of the MoU, the SABS had to:

  1. Assume responsibility for the establishment and operations of the decoder conformance lab.
  2. Procure lab test equipment
  3. Appoint personnel to operate the lab
  4. Work closely with the DoC and broadcasters on operational matters of the lab as and when necessary.

(b)The SABS was given a once-off grant of R30-million for the establishment of the facility by the DoC under the terms of the MoU, to perform the duties as outlined.

(c) According to the records provided by the SABS, they have tested and issued certificates for eleven (11) decoder samples from a number of local suppliers since the inception of the lab in 2012. The method was to test one decoder sample per model of decoder that the manufacturer was in the process of putting into production. The list of the samples is provided below:

Supplier

DTH-Satellite STB

DTT-Terrestrial STB

Model

ABT

x

 

STB351-SNT-MTC-01

ABT

 

x

STB341-MTC01

African Digitech Solutions (ADS)

 

x

TJ5023U

BUA Africa

 

x

DTD 4N

BUA Africa

 

x

HT8863L

BUA Africa

x

 

HSJ10

BUA Africa

 

x

HS6100

Altech UEC

 

x

DTD 4126

CZ Electronics

 

x

FR9600

Leratadima

 

x

STB341-MTC01

M-Net

 

x

Go-TV

MS. STELLA NDABENI-ABRAHAMS, MP

MINISTER

09 March 2020 - NW16

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Health

(1)What is the (a) reason for a certain person’s (name and details furnished) appointment and (b) relation of the person to him; (2) whether the relevant position was advertised; if not, why not; if so, (a) where was it advertised, (b) what number of (i) candidates applied for the position and (ii) interviews were conducted with candidates and (c) how was the decision made to appoint the specified person in the position; (3) what role will the specified person play in the National Health Insurance?

Reply:

(1) (a) The appointment of the Chief of Staff in the Health Ministry was done in line with the Public Service Regulation 66.

(b) The Chief of Staff is not a family member of the Minister.

(2) Regulation 66 explains the process of filling of posts in the Office of an Executive. Regulation 66 (2) states that the Minister is not required to follow the normal recruitment  process as set out in Regulation 65. It should however be recorded that the person has the necessary qualifications, skills and experience to occupy this position.

(3) All employees of the National Department of Health are required to implement the NHI strategy. Furthermore all staff members in the Executive’s office are also required to provide support in ensuring that the mandate the Executive is required to fulfill in terms of his portfolio is achieved. NHI is part of this mandate and the specified person will play a role as required by her job description.

END.

09 March 2020 - NW152

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Macpherson, Mr DW to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

By what date (a) does he envisage the forensic investigation into the conduct and payments to Ndzabandzaba Attorneys launched in 2018 will be completed and (b) will the outcomes of the forensic investigation be made public?

Reply:

I am advised by the Economic Development Department that the report is expected to be completed within six weeks. The key findings and recommendations, together with any actions required from the Commission, will be made public.

-END-

09 March 2020 - NW95

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Health

What (a) number of claims of negligence have been submitted against his department in each province in the past two financial years, (b) are the details of each claim, (c) number of these claims have been paid out and (d) was the monetary value of each claim?

Reply:

The National Department is supporting and overseeing the Provinces in the handling of medico-legal cases. In this regard, the common approach is the public health defence with regard to future medical treatment. This is to ensure that future medical expenses must not be paid in monetary value but in kind by providing future medical treatment in public health facilities. This approach has been dealt with in the case of Zulu. The Zulu Case was confirmed by Judge Keightley in the Gauteng Local Division of the High Court in which the Court developed the common law by allowing that MEC for Health in Gauteng to provide services (future medical treatment) at Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital instead of paying a lump sum of money.

Furthermore, the State Liability Amendment Bill, 2018 is being revived to expressly provide for the provision of services (future medical treatment) at public facilities. In this regard, there are Gazetted health facilities in the implementation of the Bill.

The South Africa Law Reform Commission (SALRC) is also conducting an investigation into law reform in the field of medico-legal litigation in terms of Project 141. The Issue Paper was issued in May 2017 with due date of comments to 30 September 2017 which recommended the amendment to the State Liability Act. The SALRC is currently busy with the Discussion Paper.

Mediation is also being encouraged to Provinces as one of the intervention measures and aimed at the reduction of the legal costs and lengthy and costly court processes.

Further intervention relates to forensic investigations of suspicions cases. The investigations project commenced in December 2019 with a focus on identified cases in KZN and recently in EC; as well as investigations of the top law firms participating in the medico-legal cases at provincial leave. In addition, the services of the newly established Health Anti-Corruption Forum will be utilized. Partnership with the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is also being forged as it is already a case in the Eastern Cape Province.

Provinces: As per the table below:

((a) number of claims of negligence have been submitted against the National Department and in each province in the past two financial years,

(b) details of each claim have been summarised in the third column in the table below per province;

(c) number of the claims paid out per province;

(d) total monetary value of claims per province.

2017-18 FINANCIAL YEAR

NAME OF THE PROVINCE

NUMBER OF MEDICO- LEGAL CLAIMS SUBMITTED (including letters of demand)

SUMMARY DETAILS OF EACH CLAIM

MEDICO- LEGAL CLAIMS ACTUAL PAYMENTS

TOTAL AMOUNT OF CONTINGENT LIABILITY MEDICO- LEGAL CLAIMS

(not paid)

     

No of claims

Total Amount paid

 

Eastern Cape

524

Cerebral Palsy; Surgical

59

R427 706 138.84

R7 741 496 122.24

Free State

52

Cerebral Palsy, Wrong diagnosis / medication, Surgical complications

5

R 14 150 000.00

R 584 222 853.00

Gauteng

386

Cerebral Palsy; surgical

74

R 243 250 339.32

R 3 660 646 406.20

Kwazulu- Natal

402

Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Surgical

Oncology; Urology; Ophthalmology

151 

R 134 436 666.80

R 2 978 441 462.30

Limpopo

275

Cerebral Palsy; Obstetrics & Gynaecology Orthopaedic Other Surgical

9

R 17 550.000.00

R 2 880 271 000.00

Mpumalanga

80

Maternity cases

Orthopaedic cases

Mental Health care user case

25

R 25 947 455.00

R 1 025 412 726.00

Northern Cape

23

Cerebral Palsy; Surgical

0

0

R 315 855 194.00

North West

77

Maternity cases; Orthopaedic cases

10

R 34 633 128.60

R 601 176 148.00

Western Cape[1]

92

Obstetrics, surgical, neurosurgery

50

R86 873 630.75

R614 857 118.09

TOTALS

1911

 

384

R 984 547 359.31

R 20 402 379 029.83

2018-19 FINANCIAL YEAR

NAME OF THE PROVINCE

NUMBER OF MEDICO- LEGAL CLAIMS SUBMITTED (including letters of demand)

SUMMARY DETAILS OF EACH CLAIM

MEDICO- LEGAL CLAIMS ACTUAL PAYMENTS

TOTAL AMOUNT OF CONTINGENT LIABILITY MEDICO- LEGAL CLAIMS

(not paid)

     

No of claims

Total Amount paid

 

Eastern Cape

459

Cerebral Palsy; Surgical

87

R 797 120 477. 00

R 6 673 891 443.79

Free State

67

Cerebral Palsy, Wrong diagnosis / medication, Surgical complications

7

R 10 400 258.25

R 873 494 171.00

Gauteng

120

Cerebral Palsy; surgical

70

R 378 983 765.88

R 1 357 938 619,11

Kwazulu- Natal

446

Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Surgical Oncology; Urology; Ophthalmology

86

R 444 129 604.90

R 2 636 105 361. 09

Limpopo

254

Cerebral Palsy; Obstetrics & Gynaecology Orthopaedic Other Surgical

6

R 9 800 000.00

R 2 329 815 300.00

Mpumalanga

132

Maternity cases

Orthopaedic cases

18

R 25 597 039.12

R 2 170 079 941.43

Northern Cape

19

Cerebral Palsy; Surgical

2

R 3 600 000.00

R 176 438 110.00

North West

92

Maternity cases; Orthopaedic cases

7

R 34 027 549.00

R 513 958 416.73

Western Cape

46

Obstetrics, ophthalmology, neurosurgery

32

R 60 971 721.70

R 2 536 987 682.49

TOTALS

1 635

 

315

R 1 764 630 415.85

R19 268 709 045.64

As at March 2019, the Contingent liability submitted by provinces was at R100 billion over a period of ten years. There is currently a cleaning up process of the data and the amount to ensure that the contingent liability is only for medico-legal cases and does not include all litigation matters such as RAF; Procurement matters; non-payment of invoices due to disputes or budget issues etc. As at June 2019, the reduced amount was R68b and this is an ongoing process.END

09 March 2020 - NW64

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Macpherson, Mr DW to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

With regard to the African Continental Free Trade Area, what budget has been allocated specifically for trade promotion in the medium term for South African manufacturers to take advantage of this agreement?

Reply:

I have requested the Department to prioritise trade with the rest of the Continent over the MTEF and accordingly, a growing part of the budget will be directed to trade promotion and the activities of the Development Finance Institutions will also be harnessed.

R80 million of the current export promotion budget supports intra-Africa trade and investments over the MTEF period, but, as indicated above, we will be drawing on a wider resource-envelope.

-END-

09 March 2020 - CW41

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Michalakis, Mr G to ask the Minister of Transport

Whether his department has any (a) short-, (b) medium- and (c) long-term infrastructural plans in place regarding the Gillooly interchange in Gauteng; if not, why not; if so, (i) what plans and (ii) what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

a) Short Term – SANRAL completed the installation of additional drainage inlet structures and pump station on the ramp from N3 to N12 in October 2019. To date this has resolved the frequent flooding of this ramp that previously occurred. In August 2019, SANRAL completed upgrades to the inlet of the existing N12 drainage culvert to improve waterflow. To date this has resolved the frequent flooding that occurred along the westbound part of the N12.

b) Medium Term – Due to increased run-off from all the upstream developments outside of the national Road Reserve in the Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality since the original construction of the N12, an investigation by independent experts identified the need for additional upstream retention ponds and an additional drainage culvert underneath the N12. As the management of upstream and downstream water drainage outside of the national road reserve fall under the jurisdiction of Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality, an integrated solution needs to be agreed upon between SANRAL and Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality. Based on discussions to date between parties, the detail investigations required by Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality on how to route the water from the new N12 culvert through the existing downstream neighbourhood, and availability of funding from Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality for these downstream works, the parties agreed to make provision in their respective budgets for construction to take place in 2021/22 and 2022/23 financial years.

c) Long Term - The Gilloolys Interchange and surrounding freeway network was upgraded to its maximum capacity as part of the GFIP Phase 1. The long-term plan for addressing traffic capacity issues for Gilloolys and the surrounding freeway network was the implementation of the PWV 14 freeway that is a link between the R21/N12 at Boksburg and the M2 in Germiston, going into the Johannesburg CBD. The PWV 14 formed part of the GFIP Phase 2, which cannot be implemented due to the low e-toll compliance payment rate for the GFIP Phase 1. In addition, this future route is not part of the SANRAL freeway network and falls under the jurisdiction of the Gauteng Province. The further planning with regard to implementation and funding thereof should be clarified with the Gauteng Province.

(i) Refer to (a-c) above

(ii) Refer to (a-c) above

09 March 2020 - NW112

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Health

(1)What is the total number of (a) medical schemes in the Republic and (b) members in the specified medical schemes; (2) what is the total number of staff members currently working at each of these medical schemes; (3) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

1. (a) The number of registered medical schemes was 76 as at Quarter 3 of 2019 (compared to 79 as at December 2018);

(b) (i) The 2019 numbers have not been audited and will only be available on 1st April 2020;

(ii) As at Quarter 3 of 2019 the number of principal members was 4 067 003 (compared to the audited number of 4 039 705 at December 2018);

(iii) As at Quarter 3 of 2019 the number of beneficiaries including dependents was 8 954 814 (compared to the audited number of 8 916 695 at December 2018);

2. The Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) is currently not collecting this information routinely;

3. Yes I am willing to make a statement on the matter.

END.

09 March 2020 - NW194

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

(1) (a) What total number of disputes were submitted to the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) for dispute resolution and (b) what total number of cases (i) were resolved and (ii) are still outstanding; (2) (a) what total number of disputes were submitted to his office to request intervention due to the failure of SASCOC and (b) what is the current status of each dispute?

Reply:

1. (a) According to the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) only a total of 11 disputes were submitted (b)(i) 5 cases were resolved (ii) 6 are in progress.

2. (a) A total of 5 disputes were submitted to the Minister (b) all of them are in progress.

09 March 2020 - NW51

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to his department’s office in their Aviation Department dealing with airfreight/air cargo, what (a) is the office’s purpose, (b) is each of the positions (details furnished) responsible for, (c) has the office done since its establishment, (d) is the role of his department on airfreight development, (e) are the short-, medium- and long- term goals of the department for airfreight/air cargo, (f) total amount has been paid to the persons in these positions since their appointment and (g) is the total budget allocated to this specific department over the past three financial years?

Reply:

a) The office dealing with airfreight, amongst other functions, is the Directorate: Aviation Industry Development and Airfreight. The Sub-Directorate: Civil Aviation Freight Logistics specifically has the functional responsibility to lead and provide strategic support for the management of civil airfreight logistics.

b) The Sub-Directorate: Civil Aviation Freight Logistics has two incumbents occupying the funded positions of Deputy and Assistant Directors. The position of the Director remains vacant. The designations of the officials within the Sub-Directorate: Civil Aviation Freight Logistics are Deputy Director: Civil Aviation Freight Logistics and Assistant Director: Civil Aviation Freight Logistics. In terms of the agreed upon and signed Job Descriptions, the functions enumerated below are their key areas of responsibilities:

  1. development and implementation of relevant frameworks, strategies and plans for civil aviation freight logistics system;
  2. provide strategic support to programmes within the Branch: Civil Aviation as well as the Department of Transport, relevant fora at national, regional and international levels;
  3. manage and control the Sub-Directorate; and
  4. coordination and integration of civil aviation freight logistics system with other transport infrastructure planning and broader planning.

c) The Sub-Directorate became fully operational as from 2015/16 financial year (FY) onwards following the appointment of the Deputy Director. Subsequent Business Plans of the Department of Transport featured the following targets, which were / are being carried out:

  1. strategic analysis on airfreight industry landscape whose aim was to gather intelligence from which priority intervention areas were affirmed [target for 2015/16 FY];
  2. sieved endorsement from relevant authorities to explore the consolidation of supply chain for regional bound exports [target for 2016/17 FY];
  3. facilitated the modernization of text for the Bilateral Air Safety Agreement (BASA) between South Africa (SA) and United States of America (USA), which seeks to ease access of aeronautical products / services from SA [target for 2017/18 FY];
  4. working with key government Departments and aviation entities, drive the compilation of Implementation Procedure for Airworthiness (IPA) to pave way for the conclusion of revised BASA between SA and USA [2018/19 – onwards];
  5. working with key government Departments and aviation entities, initiated a dialogue with the European Union (EU) aimed at concluding similar BASA [target for 2019/20 - onwards]

d) The role of the Department of Transport in airfreight development is to champion the vision set forth in the National Freight Logistics Strategy (NFLS). Its integral objective is on reducing the cost of doing business in South Africa through seamless movement of goods and services (for an example the cost of logistics is currently estimated at approximately 15% of the GDP compared to 8% international best practice).

Furthermore, the NFLS identified strategic intervention areas across all modes wherein priority attention should be focused. These are aiming at eliminating system blockages, increase (air) cargo movement capacity and improve service delivery in order to increase commodity throughput, growing the sub-sector while reducing transaction costs.

Some of the NFLS identified strategic interventions designed to turning around airfreight have been translated into action that is currently unfolding – please refer to point (c) above. In order to ensure a holistic approach, the DOT interfaces on a regular basis with government Departments and the industry at multi stakeholder fora including the Joint Aviation Steering Committee (JASC) and the South African Region Aircraft (SARA).

e) The short, medium and long term goals of the Department of Transport relating to airfreight are:

Short term

  • Consider and improve existing legally binding instruments archived with DIRCO with an objective of improving their offerings;

Medium

  • Engage Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) with a view to secure export markets for South African manufactured goods and services;

Long term:

  • Promote diversification of exports to traditional and new markets to support growth and employment in the country;
  • Bilateral Air Safety Agreements (BASAs) are signed by the political principals and they come into force;

f) the current salary notches of the two middle and junior managers are as follows:

  • Deputy Director: Civil Aviation Freight Logistics is R 882 048.00 per annum since appointment date in March 2014;
  • Assistant Director: Civil Aviation Freight Logistics is R 470 040.00 per annum since appointment date in September 2018

g) In line with the Treasury prescripts, budget is allocated to the Directorate: Aviation Industry Development and Airfreight which hosts amongst others the Sub-Directorate: Civil Aviation Freight Logistics. Over the past three financial years (FY) the breakdown of Operational Budget availed to execute all the Directorate functions including airfreight is as follows:

  • 2016/17 FY = R 370 000, 00
  • 2017/18 FY = R 586 000, 00
  • 2018/19 FY = R 221 000, 00

09 March 2020 - NW170

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(1) (a) What number of section 12I allowances which (i) are to be considered by the adjudication committee and (ii) have been submitted to his department are outstanding and require approval, (b) what are the relevant details of each company name and (c) how long they have been waiting to be approved; (2) (a) what are the economic implications of delayed approvals and (b) why have there been any delays in the approval of section 12I allowances? NW191E

Reply:

Three applications received since 1 February 2020 are to be considered by the Adjudication Committee and five applications are currently being considered. Details of decisions and the identity of companies concerned who receive the incentive are made public once the process is completed.

In two matters, applications being recommended to be declined are being reviewed to check whether they could be approved. One of these may require an opinion from SARS.

As a result of the need to ensure that public funds are deployed to maximum effect to achieve national goals, it has been necessary to review applications carefully for their economic impact and determine whether they fully assist with achievement of such goals.

To illustrate the value of the approach: a recent approval of a s12i application from Hi-Sense, an electronics company located in Atlantis, will now result in improved efficiencies and the creation of a significant number of new jobs. Further details of these will be released in due course.

-END-

09 March 2020 - NW175

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Health

(1)Whether he has been informed that Klopper Park Clinic does not have a registered pharmacist on site; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether he has been informed as to why the specified clinic has not received any assistance from a medical practitioner on a weekly basis to assist with consultations and the medical needs of patients; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether he has been informed as to (a) why the clinic has not had any telephonic and electronic communication for the past year and (b) what is being done to deal with the problem; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) whether he has been informed as to (a) why the ambulances from Ekurhuleni Metro do not provide services to the local clinics, as the clinics solely depend on provincial ambulance services for assistance and (b) what the turnaround time of the provincial ambulance services is when called out for medical assistance to transfer patients to the general local hospitals; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. Yes. I have been informed that Klopper Park Clinic does not have a registered pharmacist.

As a practice and a norm, not all the clinics have pharmacists and pharmacy assistants. Due to the shortage of these categories of workers, the decision was taken to prioritise Community Health Centers for allocation of pharmacists or pharmacy assistants; however, the process of having pharmacists or pharmacy assistants in clinics is ongoing until all clinics are covered.

2. Yes, I have been informed that Klopper Park clinic does not receive the assistance of a medical practitioner on a weekly basis to assist with consultations and medical needs of patients.

The contract for the Community Service Medical Doctor who was allocated to Klopper Park clinic to assist with consultations and medical needs of patients expired in December 2019, however the sessional Medical Officer was appointed in February 2020. The sessional Doctor works at the clinic every Thursday to assist with consultations and medical needs of patients.

3. (a) The clinic has not had telephonic and electronic communication for the past year due to infrastructure challenges. The new clinic was planned and it is currently on the CAPEX (capital expenditure) program. There is a weekly meeting with the ICT department to resolve the problem.

(b) The clinic has a mobile phone with the prepaid airtime available for emergency calls, whilst a permanent solution relating to infrastructure challenges is being sought.

4. (a) Ekurhuleni clinics receive ambulance services from both Ekurhuleni Metro and the Province. The Ekurhuleni ambulances collect clients / patients from home to different facilities, while provincial ambulances transfer clients / patients from the clinics to different hospitals.

(b) The turnaround time differs between urban and rural areas, and between obstetric and other emergency ambulances. For urban response, the turnaround time is 15 to 60 minutes. The obstetric ambulances’ turnaround time is less than 30 minutes.

END.

09 March 2020 - NW121

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Chirwa, Ms NN to ask the Minister of Health

(a) What is the name of each health facility that offers abortion in the Republic and (b) in which province is each specified facility located?

Reply:

The following tables provide the details in this regard:

Name of health facility that offers Choice of Termination of Pregnancy (CTOP) in the Republic

Province in which facility is located

(a)

(b)

Adelaide Hospital

Eastern Cape

All Saints Hospital

Eastern Cape

Andries Vosloo Hospital

Eastern Cape

Bambisana Hospital

Eastern Cape

Bedford Hospital

Eastern Cape

Bhisho Hospital

Eastern Cape

Butterworth Hospital

Eastern Cape

Cala Hospital

Eastern Cape

Cecilia Makiwane Hospital

Eastern Cape

Civic Centre Clinic (Mthatha)

Eastern Cape

Cloete Joubert (Barkley East) Hospital

Eastern Cape

Cofimvaba Hospital

Eastern Cape

Cradock Hospital

Eastern Cape

Dora Nginzi Hospital

Eastern Cape

Duncan Village CHC

Eastern Cape

Elliot Hospital

Eastern Cape

Empilisweni Hospital

Eastern Cape

Empiliweni Gompo CHC

Eastern Cape

Frere Hospital

Eastern Cape

Frontier Hospital

Eastern Cape

Glen Grey Hospital

Eastern Cape

Hewu Hospital

Eastern Cape

Humansdorp Hospital

Eastern Cape

Idutywa Village CHC

Eastern Cape

Lady Grey Hospital

Eastern Cape

Laetitia Bam CHC

Eastern Cape

Lanti Clinic

Eastern Cape

Marie Stopes Port Elizabeth Clinic

Eastern Cape

Midland Hospital

Eastern Cape

Motherwell CHC

Eastern Cape

Mthatha General Hospital

Eastern Cape

New Rest Clinic

Eastern Cape

Ngqwaru Clinic

Eastern Cape

Nompumelelo (Peddie) Hospital

Eastern Cape

Nontyatyambo CHC

Eastern Cape

Nqamakwe CHC

Eastern Cape

Port Alfred Hospital

Eastern Cape

Settlers Hospital

Eastern Cape

SS Gida Hospital

Eastern Cape

St Elizabeth's Hospital

Eastern Cape

Rafalofefe Hospital

Eastern Cape

Tayler Bequest Hospital (Elundini)

Eastern Cape

Tayler Biquest Hospital (Matatiele)

Eastern Cape

Uitenhage Hospital

Eastern Cape

Victoria Hospital

Eastern Cape

Xhora CHC

Eastern Cape

Albert Luthuli Memorial Clinic

Free State

Albert Nzula District Hospital

Free State

Botshabelo Hospital

Free State

Bren Health Care Clinic

Free State

Dr JS Moroka Hospital

Free State

Dr Moeti Surgery

Free State

Elizabeth Ross Hospital

Free State

Fezi Ngumbentombi Hospital

Free State

Karabo Clinic

Free State

Katleho Hospital

Free State

Kgotsong (Welkom) Clinic

Free State

Mediclinic Welkom Hospital

Free State

Molemo Healthcare Clinic

Free State

National District Hospital

Free State

Phekolong Hospital

Free State

Tokollo Hospital

Free State

Bertha Gxowa Hospital

Gauteng

Carletonville Hospital

Gauteng

Chiawelo CHC

Gauteng

Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital

Gauteng

Dr George Mukhari Hospital

Gauteng

Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital

Gauteng

Heidelberg Hospital

Gauteng

Jabulane Dumane CHC

Gauteng

Johan Heyns CHC

Gauteng

Jubilee Hospital

Gauteng

Kalafong Hospital

Gauteng

Kgabo CHC

Gauteng

Kopanong Hospital

Gauteng

Laudium CHC

Gauteng

Lenasia South CHC

Gauteng

Leratong Hospital

Gauteng

Phedisong 4 CHC

Gauteng

Protop Women's Clinic (Vereeniging)

Gauteng

Sebokeng Hospital

Gauteng

Soshanguve CHC

Gauteng

Steve Biko Academic Hospital

Gauteng

Thelle Mogoerane Regional Hospital

Gauteng

Vaal Woman's Choice Clinic (Evaton)

Gauteng

Vaal Woman's Choice Clinic (Vereeniging)

Gauteng

Zola CHC

Gauteng

Addington Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Appelsbosch Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Benedictine Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Bethesda Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Catherine Booth Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Charles Johnson Memorial Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Christ the King Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Dannhauser CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Dundee Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Edendale Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

eDumbe CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Emmaus Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Eshowe Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Estcourt Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

General Justice Gizenga Mpanza Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

GJ Crooke's Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Greytown Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Hlengisizwe CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Inanda C CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Itshelejuba Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Khululeka Clinic

KwaZulu-Natal

KwaDabeka CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

KwaMagwaza Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Ladysmith Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Mahatma Gandhi Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Manguzi Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Marie Stopes Durban Clinic

KwaZulu-Natal

Marie Stopes Isipingo Clinic

KwaZulu-Natal

Mbongolwane Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Montebello Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Murchison Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Ndwedwe CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Newcastle Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Nkandla Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Nkonjeni Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Northdale Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Nseleni CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Phoenix CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Pomeroy CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Port Shepstone Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Queen Nandi Regional Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Rietvlei Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

RK Khan Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Rose Clinic (Durban)

KwaZulu-Natal

St Andrew's Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

St Apollinaris Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

St Chads CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Sundumbili CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

TLMSM Health Care Clinic

KwaZulu-Natal

Tongaat CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Turton CHC

KwaZulu-Natal

Umphumulo Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Untunjambili Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Vryheid Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Wentworth Hospital

KwaZulu-Natal

Botlokwa Hospital

Limpopo

Buffelshoek Clinic (Blouberg)

Limpopo

Burgersfort Clinic

Limpopo

Dendron Clinic

Limpopo

Dilokong Hospital

Limpopo

Donald Fraser Hospital

Limpopo

Dr CN Phatudi Hospital

Limpopo

Elim Hospital

Limpopo

Ellisras Hospital

Limpopo

FH Odendaal (Nylstroom) Hospital

Limpopo

George Masebe Hospital

Limpopo

HC Boshoff CHC

Limpopo

Helen Franz Hospital

Limpopo

Jamela Clinic

Limpopo

Jane Furse Hospital

Limpopo

Kgapane Hospital

Limpopo

Lebowakgomo Hospital

Limpopo

Letaba Hospital

Limpopo

Letsitele Clinic

Limpopo

Levubu Clinic

Limpopo

Louis Trichard Hospital

Limpopo

Makhado CHC

Limpopo

Malamulele Hospital

Limpopo

Mamotshwa Clinic

Limpopo

Mankweng Hospital

Limpopo

Mariveni Clinic

Limpopo

Mashishimale Clinic

Limpopo

Matlala Hospital

Limpopo

Matoks Clinic

Limpopo

Mecklenburg Hospital

Limpopo

Mokopane Hospital

Limpopo

Mookgophong CHC

Limpopo

Nancefield Clinic

Limpopo

Nchabeleng CHC

Limpopo

Northam Clinic

Limpopo

Philadelphia Hospital

Limpopo

Rapahlelo Clinic

Limpopo

Ratshaatshaa CHC

Limpopo

Rethabile CHC

Limpopo

Sekororo Hospital

Limpopo

Seloane Clinic

Limpopo

Seshego Hospital

Limpopo

Siloam Hospital

Limpopo

St Rita's Hospital

Limpopo

Thabazimbi Hospital

Limpopo

Tiyani CHC

Limpopo

Tshilidzini Hospital

Limpopo

Tshilwavhusiku CHC

Limpopo

Voortrekker Memorial (Potgietersrus) Hospital

Limpopo

Warmbaths Hospital

Limpopo

WF Knobel Hospital

Limpopo

Willows Clinic

Limpopo

Witpoort Hospital

Limpopo

Zebediela Hospital

Limpopo

Amajuba Memorial Hospital

Mpumalanga

Barberton Hospital

Mpumalanga

Bernice Samuels Hospital

Mpumalanga

Bethal Hospital

Mpumalanga

Bhuga CHC

Mpumalanga

Carolina Hospital

Mpumalanga

Embhuleni Hospital

Mpumalanga

Empumelelweni CHC

Mpumalanga

Ermelo Hospital

Mpumalanga

Evander Hospital

Mpumalanga

Ezamokuhle Clinic

Mpumalanga

Kabokweni CHC

Mpumalanga

Kanyamazane CHC

Mpumalanga

KwaMhlanga Hospital

Mpumalanga

Lebohang CHC

Mpumalanga

M'Africa CHC

Mpumalanga

Mapulaneng Hospital

Mpumalanga

Matsulu CHC

Mpumalanga

Mmametlhake Hospital

Mpumalanga

Naas CHC

Mpumalanga

Nelspruit CHC

Mpumalanga

Phola-Nzikasi CHC

Mpumalanga

Piet Retief Hospital

Mpumalanga

Sabie Hospital

Mpumalanga

Standerton Hospital

Mpumalanga

Thulamahashe CHC

Mpumalanga

Tintswalo Hospital

Mpumalanga

De Aar (Central Karoo) Hospital

Northern Cape

Dr Harry Surtie Hospital

Northern Cape

Galeshewe Day Hospital

Northern Cape

Postmasburg Hospital

Northern Cape

Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital

Northern Cape

Tshwaragano Hospital

Northern Cape

Atamelang CHC

North West

Bafokeng CHC

North West

Bapong CHC

North West

Brits Hospital

North West

Ganyesa Hospital

North West

Gelukspan Hospital

North West

General de la Rey Hospital

North West

Hartebeesfontein Clinic

North West

JB Marks CHC

North West

Job Shimankana Tabane Hospital

North West

Joe Morolong Memorial Hospital

North West

Klerksdorp-Tshepong Tertiary Hospital

North West

Klipdrift Health Post

North West

Koster Hospital

North West

Letlhabile CHC

North West

Mabeskraal CHC

North West

Mahikeng Provincial Hospital

North West

Makapanstad (Seaparankwe) Clinic

North West

Mamusa CHC

North West

Mogwase CHC

North West

Moses Kotane Hospital

North West

Nic Bodenstein Hospital

North West

Potchefstroom Hospital

North West

Ramabesa Health Post

North West

Schweizer-Reneke Town Clinic

North West

Taung Hospital

North West

Annie Brown Clinic

Western Cape

Bergsig Clinic

Western Cape

Bredasdorp Clinic

Western Cape

Caledon Clinic

Western Cape

Caledon Hospital

Western Cape

Cape Town Reproductive Health Centre

Western Cape

Ceres CDC

Western Cape

Ceres Hospital

Western Cape

Clanwilliam Hospital

Western Cape

Cloetesville CHC

Western Cape

Cogmanskloof Clinic

Western Cape

De Doorns Clinic

Western Cape

Dr Abdurahman CDC

Western Cape

Eerste Rivier Hospital

Western Cape

Elim Satellite Clinic

Western Cape

Empilisweni (Worcester) Clinic

Western Cape

False Bay Hospital

Western Cape

George Hospital

Western Cape

Grabouw CHC

Western Cape

Great Brak River Clinic

Western Cape

Groendal Clinic

Western Cape

Groote Schuur Hospital

Western Cape

Guguletu CHC

Western Cape

Hanover Park CHC

Western Cape

Happy Valley Clinic

Western Cape

Harry Comay TB Hospital

Western Cape

Heidelberg Clinic

Western Cape

Helderberg Hospital

Western Cape

Hermanus Hospital

Western Cape

Idas Valley Clinic

Western Cape

Karl Bremer Hospital

Western Cape

Khayelitsha Hospital

Western Cape

Klapmuts Clinic

Western Cape

Knysna Hospital

Western Cape

Kraaifontein CHC

Western Cape

Kuyasa CHC

Western Cape

Lady Michaelis CDC

Western Cape

Life Bay View Private Hospital

Western Cape

Life Kingsbury Hospital

Western Cape

Mbekweni CDC

Western Cape

McGregor Clinic

Western Cape

Mediclinic Cape Gate Hospital

Western Cape

Mediclinic Cape Town Hospital

Western Cape

Mediclinic Constantiaberg Hospital

Western Cape

Mediclinic Durbanville Hospital

Western Cape

Mediclinic George Hospital

Western Cape

Mediclinic Hermanus Hospital

Western Cape

Mediclinic Paarl Hospital

Western Cape

Mediclinic Worcester Hospital

Western Cape

Michael Mapongwana CDC

Western Cape

Mitchells Plain CHC

Western Cape

Mitchells Plain Hospital

Western Cape

Montagu Clinic

Western Cape

Montagu Hospital

Western Cape

Mossel Bay Hospital

Western Cape

Nduli clinic

Western Cape

New Somerset Hospital

Western Cape

Nkqubela Clinic

Western Cape

Nolungile CDC

Western Cape

Otto Du Plessis Hospital

Western Cape

Oudtshoorn Hospital

Western Cape

Paarl Hospital

Western Cape

Patriot Plein Clinic

Western Cape

Prince Alfred Hamlet Clinic

Western Cape

Radie Kotze Hospital

Western Cape

Railton Clinic

Western Cape

Robertson Hospital

Western Cape

SAMHS 2 Military Hospital

Western Cape

Site C Youth clinic

Western Cape

Stellenbosch Hospital

Western Cape

Suurbraak Clinic

Western Cape

Swellendam Hospital

Western Cape

Swellendam PHC Clinic

Western Cape

TC Newman CDC

Western Cape

Thembalethu CDC

Western Cape

Touws River Clinic

Western Cape

Town 2 CDC

Western Cape

Tulbach Clinic

Western Cape

Tygerberg Hospital

Western Cape

Vanguard CHC

Western Cape

Victoria Hospital

Western Cape

Villiersdorp Clinic

Western Cape

Vredenburg Hospital

Western Cape

Vredendal Hospital

Western Cape

Wellington CDC

Western Cape

Wesfleur Hospital

Western Cape

Wolseley Clinic

Western Cape

Worcester CDC

Western Cape

Worcester Hospital

Western Cape

Zolani Clinic

Western Cape

(Source: DHIS)

END.

09 March 2020 - NW196

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

(1) Whether regular audits are conducted on federations receiving funds from Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA); if not, why not; if so, are the audit reports available; (2) what type of audits are conducted on federations to ensure that they have utilised the funding for the intended purposes; (3) whether the members of the federations and/or sports associations are contacted and/or surveyed to establish if they have received funding; if so, who contacts/surveys the federations and/or sports associations. (4) what number of athletes have benefitted from the funds received from SRSA, through the payment of the entrance fees and transport to compete internationally

Reply:

1. The Departments internal audit unit in consultation with the Auditor-General of SA, in order to avoid duplications, have on their approved annual internal audit plan federations to be audited for the year. On completion of the audit, reports on the audit findings are discussed and sent to the federations audited. Herewith follows the list of federations audited during 2018/19 and 2017/18 financial years respectively;

2018/19 Financial year

  1. Jukskei South Africa
  2. Bowls South Africa
  3. South African Table Tennis Board
  4. Rowing South Africa
  5. South African National Archery Association

2017/18 Financial year

  1. Netball South Africa
  2. South African Sports for Social Change Network
  3. Volleyball South Africa
  4. Tennis South Africa

2. Compliance Audits against the funding framework and the service level agreement between the department and the federations are conducted.

3. Sport and Recreation South Africa Financial and Non-Financial Policy aims to provide funding only to recognised national federations and any related monitoring is conducted to the funded federations and not the members.

4. A total of 393 athletes benefitted from SRSA funds

09 March 2020 - NW18

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Health

(1)With reference to the outbreak of the Coronavirus worldwide, what is the reason for him appointing seven State hospitals (names furnished) to treat patients who might be affected by the virus in South Africa;\(2) whether private hospitals are considered to assist the Government in a moment of a severe crisis; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) has he found that the specified hospitals are best equipped to deal with a crisis situation should the virus spread to South Africa; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) (a) how fast will the specified hospitals be able to react if infected patients arrive at the hospitals and (b) how effective has he found the treatment at these hospitals to be; (5) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

(1) These hospitals were the designated hospitals for managing Ebola cases therefore they were already in a state of preparedness. Each of the said hospitals, were re-assessed to determine their current state of readiness and each of them showed that they were compliant for isolating and managing Coronavirus patients.

(2) The National Department of Health (NDoH) has always collaborated with the private sector. The official representative for the private sector is part of the national team responding to the Coronavirus outbreak. The private sector follows the NDoH guidelines and protocols. The private sector has supported the NDoH with developing training materials and sponsored video recording of training workshops for use by relevant health care professionals.

(3) All the selected hospitals are ready to receive and manage patients. Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital and Steve Biko Hospital were added to the initial list as they are also able to isolate and manage Coronavirus patients.

(4) (a) Protocols are in place to deal with patients from the time of them being suspected, through transport, to hospitalisation and isolation. Training is ongoing at the provincial level to strength management and care of possible Coronavirus infected patients.

(b) The designated hospitals are referral hospitals and offer quality care, with skilled personnel, using the best health care management practices.

(5) The Minister is willing to make a statement in the House.

END.

09 March 2020 - NW90

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(1)Has he been informed of the pending liquidation of a certain company (Yekani Manufacturing) based in East London; (2) whether the specified company is a recipient of financial and operational support from his department; if so, what are the full relevant details of the support; (3) what steps does he intend to take to avoid the closure of the company in order to avoid further job losses?

Reply:

The Office of the Director General had been advised of the challenges faced by the company and the effort to place the company in liquidation. The company has been placed under business rescue, and I am advised that it has presented a turnaround plan in attempt to save the company and protect a number of jobs. Once approved, this court-sanctioned process will enable the company to restructure its operations.

The company received financial support from the dti amounting to R50million from the Black Industrialists Programme in November 2018. The company occupied a top-structure erected at the East London Industrial Development Zone.

-END-

09 March 2020 - NW197

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

(1) Whether any action has been taken by the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) since the release of the Zulman report in August 2018 regarding the establishment of a National Colours Board; if not, what interim measures have been put in place by SASCOC regarding the (a) awarding of colours and (b) applications for colours; 2) Whether SASCOC is still awarding colours; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details of the process that is followed in this regard?

Reply:

  1. According to the Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee the proposed amendments contained in the Sports Bill seek to address the establishment of a colours board. (a) In the interim and until the amendment to the Sports and Recreation Act is complete, (b) SASCOC will continue to use the authority conferred by the Minister to receive applications and award colours
  2. SASCOC continues to award colours in terms of the Regulations and will continue to do so until the amendments to the Sport and Recreations Act is complete.

09 March 2020 - NW192

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(a) How does the National Lotteries Commission (NLC) intend to support the South African athletes who will be participating in the Olympics in Birmingham in Alabama, United States, in 2021, given the financial challenges faced by the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee and (b) what is the role of the NLC in promoting women sport in the Republic through its funding?

Reply:

I am advised by the NLC that applications for participation in the 2021 Olympics in Birmingham in Alabama, United States, have not been made. All applications received will be considered.

The Sports and Recreation Distributing Agency approved funding for the following women sporting codes in the current financial year (2019/20) - soccer R8 Million (South African Football Association), cricket R1 Million (Cricket South Africa), swimming R2 Million (Swimming South Africa).

-END-

09 March 2020 - NW191

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

1) Whether the National Lotteries Commission (NLC) funded any organisation which belongs to a certain person (name furnished) or an organisation of which the specified person is a director; if so, (a) whether he will provide the details of the organisation(s) to Mr. TW Mhlongo and (b) what amount was granted in each case; 2) Whether the NLC funded any (a) organisation where the specified person’s spouse worked and/or (b) organisation associated with her; 3) Whether the NLC funded any organisation which is linked or was linked to any political party or an office bearer of a political party; if so, (a) what are the details of the (i) political party concerned, (ii) political party office bearer concerned and (iii) amount granted and (b) in which year or years was the grant made for members of political party or organisation; 4) What steps is he taking to ensure that the confidentiality of organisations’ information is protected, but also that they are implementing projects accordingly? NW212E

Reply:

I have been advised by the NLC that funding was provided to organisations linked to the person concerned and to an organization that the NLC says employed his spouse. Details have been supplied to my office by the NLC. I will be requesting further clarity from the NLC in order to determine the accuracy and relevance of the additional information to be disclosed and will thereafter advise the Honourable Member.

-END-

09 March 2020 - NW62

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Macpherson, Mr DW to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

Whether he has extended the contract of a certain person (name and details furnished); if so, (a) for what period and (b) what provisions did he rely on to do so?

Reply:

During 2017, the then Chairperson of the National Lotteries Commission was re-appointed as Chairperson in accordance with section 3(3) of the Lotteries Act, 1997 (Act No. 57 of 1997) (the “Act”) for a further period of 2 years and 4 months. The Act provides that a member of the National Lotteries Commission’s board may be appointed for a period not exceeding five years.

The term of the Chairperson was due to end on 30 November 2019. Before the end this term, the Chairperson raised a number of concerns relating to the lawfulness of the determination of the period of his appointment and specifically the reasons provided therefore; and provided the Ministry with a legal opinion in support of his concern, to the effect that the period of appointment ought to have been for a five-year period.

After considering the merit of the verbal and written representations made to me, and taking into account the advice of the Director General of the Department of Trade and Industry, I concluded that it would be in the best interest of the National Lotteries Commission to secure a settlement and extended the period of appointment of the Chairperson for a one-year period to 30 November 2020, with an explicit agreement that this was in full and final settlement of any claims that he may have or believe he may have.

As the Minister determines the period of appointment and it falls within the prescribed maximum period of 5 years, I am advised this complies with the provisions of the Act as set out above.

The process for the appointment of a new Chairperson will follow the requisite processes as provided in the Act.

-END-

09 March 2020 - CW16

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Londt, Mr J to ask the Minister of Police

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

Reply:

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

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

Eastern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Mdantsane

R515 311,00

22

 

Motherwell

R935 200,00

32

 

East London

R600 000,00

21

 

Mount Road

R825 000,00

33

 

Cofimvaba

R900 000,00

6

Free State

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Park Road

R1 598 695,00

40

 

Selosesha

R1 051 717,00

20

Gauteng

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Benoni

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

42

 

Johannesburg Central

 

116

 

Pretoria Central

 

71

 

Vereeniging

 

38

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

KwaZulu-Natal

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Durban Central

R1 726 400,00

24

 

Inanda

R1 760 000,00

31

 

Ulundi

R1 227 000,00

22

 

Empangeni

R68 000,00

27

 

Ladysmith

R618 000,00

15

 

Pietermaritzburg

R1 046 000,00

29

 

Umlazi

R975 000,00

25

 

Port Shepstone

R1 351 000,00

35

 

Phoenix

R1 409 000,00

35

Limpopo

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Polokwane

R3 501 748,00

78

 

Thohoyandou

 

23

 

Tzaneen

 

5

Mpumalanga

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Pienaar

R849 280,00

36

 

Witbank

R459 071,00

25

North West

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Brits

R478 100,00

18

 

Klerksdorp

R1 338 200,00

38

 

Mahikeng

R754 000,00

19

 

Rustenburg

R1 650 000,00

22

Northern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Unit

Kimberley

R2 124 856,00

32

Western Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

TRT Units

Khayelitsha

R898 500,00

34

 

Cape Town

R473 000,00

38

 

Nyanga

R188 000,00

32

 

Mitcells Plain

R245 000,00

23

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

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

Eastern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Port Elizabeth

R5 000 000,00

157

 

East London

R3 000 000,00

168

 

Mthatha

R4 000 000,00

137

 

Queenstown

R3 000 000,00

94

 

Aliwal North

R1 000 000,00

43

 

Cradock

R1 100 000,00

42

 

Lusikisiki

R1 000 000,00

50

Free State

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Bloemfontein

R7 438 530,00

172

 

Bethlehem

R4 102 218,00

61

 

Welkom

R4 339 973,00

107

 

Selosesha

Included in the budget of Bloemfontein POP

52

 

Sasolburg

Included in the budget of Welkom POP

25

 

Phuthaditjhaba

Included in the budget of Bethlehem POP

46

Gauteng

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Johannesburg Central

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

272

 

Dunnottar

 

191

 

Pretoria Central

 

41

 

Vereeniging

 

144

 

National POP Reserve, Gauteng

R12 281 222,00

304

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

KwaZulu-Natal

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Marianhill

R11 648 000,00

357

 

Alexandra Road

R6 446 000,00

172

 

Ulundi

R5 251 000,00

120

 

Empangeni

R5 381 000,00

143

 

Newcastle

R3 914 000,00

111

 

Port Shepstone

R5 053 000,00

111

 

National POP Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal

R5 000 000,00

112

Limpopo

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Polokwane

R4 822 652,00

119

 

Groblersdal (subunit of the Polokwane POP)

 

21

 

Thohoyandou

R4 556 089,00

141

 

Makhado (subunit of the Thohoyandou POP)

 

27

 

Giyani

R2 889 000,00

98

 

Tzaneen (subunit of the Giyani POP)

 

41

 

Modimolle

R1 972 000,00

49

 

Lephalale

R1 007 000,00

31

 

Burgersfort

R948 000,00

44

Mpumalanga

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Hazyview

R1 402 265,00

112

 

KwaMhlanga

R1 508 270,00

73

 

Middelburg

R544 065,00

48

 

Secunda

R677 059,00

41

 

National POP Reserve, Mpumalanga

R5 000 000,00

84

North West

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Phokeng

R6 122 817,00

164

 

Mmabatho

R4 045 425,00

156

 

Potchefstroom

R4 181 308,00

123

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

Northern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Kimberley

R11 179 605,00

140

 

Upington

 

87

 

Kuruman

 

41

 

De Aar

 

38

 

Springbok

 

35

Western Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

POP Units

Cape Town

R5 334 000,00

216

 

Paarl

R3 444 300,00

98

 

George

R3 371 200,00

106

 

National POP Reserve, Cape Town

R5 000 000,00

119

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

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

Eastern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Alice

*R10 300 000,00

12

 

Aliwal North

 

11

 

Barkly East

 

7

 

Butterworth

 

6

 

Cradock

 

8

 

East London

 

8

 

Elliot

 

12

 

Flagstaff

 

8

 

Graaff-Reinet

 

4

 

Grahamstown

 

21

 

Jeffreysbay

 

9

 

King Williamstown

 

19

 

Maluti

 

41

 

Mbizana

 

9

 

Mqanduli

 

5

 

Mthatha

 

17

 

Queenstown

 

21

 

Qumbu

 

10

 

Somerset East

 

8

 

Sterkspruit

 

9

 

Tsolo

 

9

 

Uitenhage

 

11

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

Free State

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Bethulie

R877 296,00

8

 

Bultfontein

R760 969,00

10

 

Fouriesburg

R861 721,00

10

 

Heilbron

R1 452 373,00

16

 

Kestell

R883 083,00

11

 

Ladybrand

R1 858 634,00

 9

 

Odendaalsrus

R943 771,00

13

 

Park Road

R1 704 465,00

21

 

Phuthaditjaba

R2 599 014,00

12

 

Vrede

R922 206,00

14

 

Wepener

R725 793,00

7

Gauteng

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Cullinan

R1 484 377,00

9

 

Vereeniging

R1 346 053,00

11

KwaZulu-Natal

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Bergville

R1 325 000,00

12

 

Estcourt

R1 675 000,00

24

 

Glencoe

R1 611 000,00

20

 

Greytown

R1 284 000,00

14

 

Himeville

R1 310 000,00

17

 

Hluhluwe

R1 113 000,00

16

 

Impendle

R1 210 000,00

12

 

Kokstad

R1 572 000,00

23

 

Kwambonambi

R1 812 000,00

18

 

Ladysmith

R1 890 000,00

18

 

Melmoth

R2 341 000,00

18

 

Nongoma

R1 633 000,00

15

 

Nquthu

R1 489 000,00

12

 

Pietermaritzburg

R1 630 000,00

16

 

Vryheid

R2 218 000,00

21

 

Utrecht

R1 639 000,00

20

Limpopo

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Giyani

R742 000,00

7

 

Lebowakgomo

R1 000 000,00

10

 

Maake

R1 041 000,00

9

 

Makhado

R664 000,00

10

 

Marble Hall

R775 000,00

6

 

Modimolle

R1 600 000,00

11

 

Musina

R839 000,00

4

 

Polokwane

R836 000,00

11

Mpumalanga

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Acornhoek

R605 661.00

9

 

Bethal

R472 534.00

10

 

Elukwatini

R497 123.00

9

 

Ermelo

R923 898.00

10

 

Middelburg

R933 951.00

13

 

Piet Retief

R699 070.00

11

 

Standerton

R577 717.00

11

 

Siyabuswa

R1 293 390.00

15

 

Skukuza

R441 000.00

12

 

Tonga

R445 945.00

5

 

Wakkerstroom

R876 684.00

11

North West

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Jericho

R1 363 000,00

9

 

Lehurutshe

R1 789 150,00

10

 

Mahikeng

R1 444 000,00

11

 

Phokeng

R1 538 500,00

16

 

Sannieshof

R1 469 500,00

17

 

Stilfontein

R1 856 000,00

16

 

Vryburg

R1 727 199,00

15

Northern Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Calvinia

R367 047,00

10

 

De Aar

R820 121,00

14

 

Kimberley

R965 765,00

16

 

Kuruman

R415 637,00

11

 

Postmasburg

R237 184,00

8

 

Springbok

R649 147,00

5

 

Upington

R891 936,00

9

Western Cape

Unit

(a)

Location

(b)

Budget

(c)

Number of police officers, per unit

Stock Theft and Endangered Species Units

Beaufort West

R683 600,00

10

 

Kuilsrivier

R450 200,00

7

 

Malmesbury

R1 128 000,00

10

 

Oudtshoorn

R991 500,00

14

 

Swellendam

R847 000,00

14

 

Worcester

R445 900,00

6

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

Eastern Cape

(a)(i) Name

(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Russon

Lieutenant Colonel

Provincial Visible Policing

Jacobs

Captain

Provincial Visible Policing

Ncithi

Constable

Alice

Dyido

Sergeant

Balfour

Sondela

Sergeant

Chungwa

Basson

Warrant Officer

Doringkloof

Matikinca

Constable

Fort Beaufort

Wessels

Sergeant

Healdtown

Zixesha

Sergeant

Hogsback

Mpepo

Warrant Officer

Keiskammahoek

Simelani

Sergeant

Middledrift

Hecter

Warrant Officer

Aliwal North

Carstens

Warrant Officer

Burgersdorp

HP Coetzee

Warrant Officer

Floukraal

Siko

Warrant Officer

Jamestown

Alcock

Warrant Officer

Lady Grey

Mosoabuli

Sergeant

Maletswai

Malgas

Captain

Palmietfontein

Mdwaba

Warrant Officer

Phumalanga

GAP de Leeuw

Sergeant

Steynsburg

Simanga

Warrant Officer

Venterstad

Qwaqwa MW

Warrant Officer

Butterworth

Malova PA

Sergeant

Centane

Ngceba A

Sergeant

Dutywa

Gwebityala R

Warrant Officer

Elliotdale

Mahlanza M

Warrant Officer

Kei Bridge

Lwana M

Warrant Officer

Msobomvu

Buda MA

Warrant Officer

Ngqamakwe

Siziba M

Sergeant

Willowvale

Nofemela MC

Constable

Bholotwa

Tywayi

Sergeant

Bridge Camp

Nobongoza TH

Sergeant

Cala

Mfiki O

Constable

Cofimvaba

Twaise

Warrant Officer

Dalasile

CM Vava

Constable

Ngcobo

N Ngwenze

Constable

Tsomo

ZC Williams

Sergeant

Adelaide

L A Van Zuydam

Warrant Officer

Bedford

CRJ Geyer

Warrant Officer

Cookhouse

HW Alberts

Warrant Officer

Cradock

LE Ngqazo           

Constable

Hofmeyr

D Brien     

Constable

Middelburg (EC)

WI Pretorius           

Warrant Officer

Tarkastad

N Nqinileyo

Sergeant

Chalumna

S Ponti

Warrant Officer

Kidds Beach

Godwana

Sergeant

Scenery Park

ME Jemolane

Constable

Barkly East

QS Pautz

Sergeant

Dordrecht

B Ntshingana

Warrant Officer

Elliot

GT Nondlobo

Warrant Officer

Ida

ZB Magawu

Constable

Indwe

NJ Gadezweni

Warrant Officer

Maclear

SS Kumeke

Constable

Rhodes

Z Wopula

Warrant Officer

Rossouw

ZL Mphaipheli

Constable

Ugie

REG Kombella

Constable

Aberdeen

GD Rautenbach

Constable

Baviaanskloof

MJ Du Plessis

Warrant Officer

Graaff-Reinet

M Venter

Warrant Officer

Jansenville

CJ Phiri

Constable

Klipplaat

EC Goliath

Constable

Pearston

QN Gardner

Sergeant

Rietbron

CJ Van Huysteen

Warrant Officer

Somerset East

D Blaauw

Warrant Officer

Willowmore

Faxi

Constable

Alicedale

Xibiya

Constable

Committees

Nzweni

Constable

Fort Brown

Ncanywa

Sergeant

Peddie

Faltain

Constable

Riebeeck East

Ncapayi

Sergeant

Seven Fountains

Mbatsha

Sergeant

Tyefu

CJ Plaatjies

Warrant Officer

Hankey

D Josias

Warrant Officer

Joubertina

J Meyer

Warrant Officer

Kareedouw

HE Geissler

Warrant Officer

Patensie

N Kruger

Warrant Officer

Stormsriver

T Serfontein

Sergeant

Thornhill

Madindi Z

Captain

Bisho

Stoto U

Constable

Bholo

Badi N

Constable

Dimbaza

Cweya K

Constable

Kei Road

Ruiters D

Warrant Officer

King Williamstown

Somdyala HT

Warrant Officer

Kubusiedrift

Makini MJ

Warrant Officer

Ndevana

Bokfal MS

Constable

Punzana

Lande TG

Warrant Officer

Steve Vukilwe Tshwete

Julyan B

Warrant Officer

Stutterheim

Ulana B

Warrant Officer

Tamara

Mjoni

Constable

Zele

Z Mbumba

Warrant Officer

Berlin

Metu

Sergeant

Bluewater

Z Msutu

Warrant Officer

Kei Mouth

Mayuyu

Warrant Officer

Komga

Potwana

Sergeant

Macleantown

Cetywayo

Warrant Officer

Mooiplaas

XJ Kondlo

Sergeant

Kinkelbos

AT Botha

Warrant Officer

Paterson

Magocoba

Captain

Mbizana

Mbooi

Sergeant

Kwandengane

Banjwa

Sergeant

Mount Ayliff

Sogoni

Sergeant

Mount Frere

Jozela

Warrant Officer

Mpisi

Pillay

Sergeant

Mzamba

Sicongwana

Constable

Ntabankulu

MS Morai

Warrant Officer

Afsondering

M Vikwa

Constable

Avondale

L Jijana

Sergeant

Cedarville

V Sithoza

Warrant Officer

Elands Height

N Duma

Sergeant

Katkop

BE Bhuntsa

Warrant Officer

Lukholweni

B Noqobo

Warrant Officer

Maluti

NC Jarha

Constable

Matatiele

AK Makeke

Warrant Officer

Mbizeni

MN Philani

Constable

Mount Fletcher

NT Nakeni

Constable

Pholile

N Myakayaka

Constable

Tabase

P Dyantyi

Constable

Zamuxolo

Ntsinka

Warrant Officer

Bityi

Zantile

Warrant Officer

Coffee Bay

CM Gagai

Captain

Flagstaff

MB Mahleba

Warrant Officer

Hlababomvu

Mnyenyevu

Warrant Officer

Kwaaiman

Mlahlwa

Warrant Officer

Libode

G Ngqinjana

Captain

Lusikisiki

Libazi

Captain

Mthatha

SV Xauka

Warrant Officer

Mtontsasa

Zawula

Captain

Mqanduli

Ngongo

Sergeant

Ngangelizwe

Mlata

Constable

Ngqeleni

T Lindi

Lieutenant Colonel

Port St Johns

Jayiya

Constable

Qumbu

Dlephu

Constable

Sulenkama

Mnyamalala

Warrant Officer

Tina Falls

Mfino

Warrant Officer

Tsolo

L Muller

Warrant Officer

Alexandria

S Gobizembe

Constable

Bathurst

F Ajah

Warrant Officer

Bell

TB Yotwana

Sergeant

Hamburg

Lawula S

Constable

Kenton-on-Sea

T Zuzani

Warrant Officer

Moyeni

T Louw

Warrant Officer

Port Alfred

J van Aarde

Warrant Officer

Seafield

T Mjiba

Constable

Cathcart

Maegwana

Constable

Ezibeleni

KG Ngwane

Constable

Glen Grey

CZ Peter

Warrant Officer

Henderson

Meyi

Sergeant

Ilinge

Kilani

Warrant Officer

Kleinbulhoek

Z Bolintaba

Sergeant

Kolomane

Ndara

Warrant Officer

Lady Frere

H Nel

Warrant Officer

Mlungisi

WS Koekemoer

Warrant Officer

Molteno

Bana

Constable

Ntabethemba

M Zingelwa

Warrant Officer

Queenstown

C Steyn

Warrant Officer

Sterkstroom

Simana

Warrant Officer

Thomas River

Z Mxoli

Warrant Officer

Thornhill Ciskei

KA Gazi

Sergeant

Tylden

Z Qonde

Sergeant

Whittlesea

AW Gouza

Constable

Addo

C Stiemie

Warrant Officer

Kirkwood

R Goldshagg

Sergeant

Steytlerville

R Deysel

Warrant Officer

Wolwefontein

Free State

(a)(i) Name

(ii) Rank

(b) Location

B Claassens

Warrant Officer

Arlington

E Schoeman

Warrant Officer

Bethlehm

H Steyn

Warrant Officer

Clarens

M Tshele

Warrant Officer

Fouriesburg

P Maartens

Sergeant

Lindley

F Masweu

Sergeant

Paul Roux

Bezuidenhout

Warrant Officer

Petrus Steyn

L Mosia

Warrant Officer

Reitz

M Sehloho

Warrant Officer

Roadside

Motholo

Warrant Officer

Tweeling

T Khaka

Sergeant

Clocolan

H Harnoster

Constable

Ficksburg

H Jacobs

Warrant Officer

Kommissiepoort

C Naude

Warrant Officer

Ladybrand

M Zembe

Constable

Marquard

H Mallane

Sergeant

Rosendal

Lesetla

Warrant Officer

Senekal

D Nel

Warrant Officer

Edenville

R Seboloki

Warrant Officer

Heuningspruit

S Moletsane

Warrant Officer

Koppies

B Metler

Warrant Officer

Kroonstad

Mokoena

Warrant Officer

Maokeng

V Mpongo

Sergeant

Steynsrus

L Breedt

Warrant Officer

Vierfontein

Badenhorst

Warrant Officer

Viljoenskroon

A Hennop

Warrant Officer

Vredefort

O Tjhela

Warrant Officer

Bloemspruit

R Fourie

Warrant Officer

Brandfort

D Groenewalt

Warrant Officer

Glen

J Molaoa

Captain

Kagisanong

T Shabalala

Warrant Officer

Reddersbrg

T Mokoena

Warrant Officer

Verkeerdevlei

F du Toit

Warrant Officer

Bainsvlei

J Koortzen

Warrant Officer

Bayswater

M Ebersohn

Warrant Officer

Boshof

S Nyenzane

Sergeant

Dealesville

H Bester

Warrant Officer

Navalsig

A Welthagen

Warrant Officer

Parkroad

A Blaauw

Sergeant

Petrusburg

M Mohokare

Captain

Soutpan

D Nteo

Constable

Tierpoort

C Kleingeld

Warrant Officer

Harrismith

G Marais

Warrant Officer

Kestell

T Motloung

Warrant Officer

Makwane

M Kraai

Sergeant

Memel

A Bocibo

Constable

Namahadi

T Motaung

Warrant Officer

Phuthaditjhaba

T Mofokeng

Warrant Officer

Tseki

T Tsotetsi

Warrant Officer

Tseseng

M Maritz

Sergeant

Verkeykerskop

C Elhelrs

Warrant Officer

Vrede

Swart

Warrant Officer

Warden

T Thinane

Constable

Boithuso

M Masiza

Warrant Officer

Botshabelo

I Sebitloane

Constable

Excelsior

S Mokheseng

Constable

Hobhouse

T Rancho

Warrant Officer

Selosesha

M Mompati

Warrant Officer

Thaba Nchu

Litabe

Warrant Officer

Tweespruit

J Oosthuisen

Warrant Officer

Bethulie

Lindeboom

Warrant Officer

Dewetsdorp

Jonas

Warrant Officer

Gariepdam

M Magqerha

Constable

Goedemoed

K Mphou

Constable

Rouxville

S Bikishi

Sergeant

Smithfield

E Marais

Warrant Officer

Vanstadensrus

L Weber

Warrant Officer

Wepener

Lebusa

Sergeant

Zastron

D Wangra

Warrant Officer

Bronville

F van Aswegen

Warrant Officer

Hennenman

S Maredi

Warrant Officer

Theunissen

M Namane

Constable

Ventersburg

D Pretorius

Warrant Officer

Virginia

M Makau

Warrant Officer

Winburg

A Pienaar

Warrant Officer

Edenburg

A Nortje

Sergeant

Fauriesmith

G Wittles

Constable

Jacobsdal

H Ontong

Warrant Officer

Jagersfontein

L Groenewalt

Warrant Officer

Koffiefontein

T Ramolahlehi

Sergeant

Luckhoff

D van der Linde

Warrant Officer

Phillipolis

N Diamond

Constable

Springfontein

K Nqukuva

Warrant Officer

Steunmekaar

J van Rensburg

Warrant Officer

Trompsburg

B du Toit

Warrant Officer

Wanda

M Geldenhuys

Warrant Officer

Allanridge

F Pelser

Warrant Officer

Bothaville

N Cishana

Warrant Officer

Bultfontein

P Moss

Warrant Officer

Hertzogville

A Sebolai

Sergeant

Hoopstad

R Hamman

Sergeant

Odendaalsrus

J Venter

Captain

Welkom

C van der Berg

Warrant Officer

Wesselsbron

Radebe

Warrant Officer

Cornelia

L Mlambi

Sergeant

Deneysville

P Snyman

Captain

Heilbron

J Els

Warrant Officer

Mafube

Mofokeng

Warrant Officer

Orangeville

Le Roux

Warrant Officer

Parys

D Stroebel

Warrant Officer

Sasolburg

A Van Rooyen

Warrant Officer

Viljoensdrif

J Carelzen

Sergeant

Villiers

M Jacobs

Warrant Officer

Zamdela

Gauteng

(a)(i) Name

(ii) Rank

(b) Location

L Bekker

Sergeant

Benoni

J Stoltz

Warrant Officer

Brakpan

J van der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Crystal Park

B Lamola

Sergeant

Dawn Park

S Ndlovu

Warrant Officer

Putfontein

F du Toit

Warrant Officer

Devon

E Tshabalala

Constable

Duduza

J Bierman

Warrant Officer

Heidelburg

Bezuidenhout

Warrant Officer

Nigel

W Coetzer

Warrant Officer

Ratanda

M Mapukata

Captain

Springs

N Tebeila

Constable

Kempton Park

K Mokobodi

Sergeant

Olifantsfontein

H Berg

Captain

Tshwane District

G Theko

Warrant Officer

Lyttelton

W van der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Boshkop

M Scholtz

Warrant Officer

Bronkhorstspruit

M Masondo

Warrant Officer

Cullinan

M Malete

Warrant Officer

Ekangala

A Roetz

Sergeant

Kameeldrift

H Groenewald

Warrant Officer

Sinnoville

van der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Webekend

S Mokaa

Sergeant

Akasia

G Masilela

Sergeant

Dube

M Mokwena

Constable

Hammanskraal

E Mkhatshwa

Warrant Officer

Pretoria North

L Molebatsi

Warrant Officer

Soshanguve

N Venter

Warrant Officer

Erasmia

A Ngoako

Captain

Atteridgeville

M Makhafola

Warrant Officer

Hercules

M Hlako

Constable

Olievenhoutbosch

M Steyn

Warrant Officer

Muldersdrift

I Thobejane

Constable

Bekkersdal

M Motlhaoleng

Constable

Carltonville

J Esterhuysen

Warrant Officer

Fochville

J van der Berg

Sergeant

Hekpoort

T Molefe

Constable

Krugersdorp

C Luus

Sergeant

Magaliesburg

M Molokomme

Sergeant

Randfontein

S Thobela

Constable

Tarlton

N Martine

Sergeant

Westonaria

A Steyn

Warrant Officer

West Rand District

KwaZulu-Natal

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Chetty

Captain

KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Office

Nkabinde

Holloway

Ngubane

Captain

Clerk

Colonel

Amajuba Cluster

Swanepoel G

Ndima Nene

Lieutenant Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

EThekwini Central Cluster

Naicker

Memela

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

EThekwini Inner North

Maphumulo

Reddy

Ngobese

Lieutenant Colonel

Warrant Officer

Colonel

EThekwini Outer North

Govender D

Lans

Lieutenant Colonel

Clerk

EThekwini Inner South

Sunkel

Vilakazi

Lieutenant Colonel

Clerk

EThekwini Outer South

Singh

Jaca

Colonel

Sergeant

EThekwini West

Nzimande JT

Captain

Harry Gwala

RD Mathura

D Pillay

Sarika

Colonel

Warrant Officer

Clerk

ILembe

G de Lange

Lieutenant Colonel

Ugu

JS Wilkins

DV Pillay

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

UMgungundlovu North

Zondi

Captain

UMgungundlovu North

AB Masuku

Naidoo

Lieutenant Colonel

Captain

UMkhanyakude

FC Mkhwanazi

Zwane

Captain

Colonel

UMzinyathi

ME Madonsela

MP Hlongwane

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

UThukela

Msimango

Fakazi

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

King Cetshwayo

Mzinyane NNJ

Zondo

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

Zululand

VM Ndima

Captain

Newcastle

SS Sithebe

Constable

Charlestown

TW Majola

Warrant Officer

Dannhauser

Mhlongo

Constable

Groenvlei

MN Mngadi

Constable

Hattingspruit

DB Dube

Sergeant

Utrecht

SJ Mpanza

Sergeant

Ingogo

SS Khumalo

Sergeant

Kingsley

MM Madela

Sergeant

Madadeni

TVM Msibi

Captain

Normandien

RBO Mazibuko

Warrant Officer

Osizweni

Gumede

Sergeant

Inanda

R Singh

Captain

Verulam

RS Gounden

Warrant Officer

Tongaat

Sibiya

Warrant Officer

Kwandengezi

WC Nxumalo

Constable

Marianhill

N Gwala

Constable

Amanzimtoti

EV Yeni

Warrant Officer

Bhekithemba

GS Ngcamu

Constable

Folweni

NL Ntuli

Captain

Kwamakhutha

WV Makhanya

Warrant Officer

Umbumbulu

SB Myeza

Warrant Officer

Umkomaas

Strydom

Warrant Officer

Kokstad

Ndlovu

Warrant Officer

Bulwer

Bezeidehout

Warrant Officer

Creighton

Mthembu

Warrant Officer

Donnybrook

Vani

Warrant Officer

Franklin

Malamlela

Sergeant

Evatt

Xaba

Captain

Himeville

Chiliza

Captain

Highflats

Mkhize

Captain

Ixopo

Somhlahlo

Warrant Officer

Gowan Lea

Base

Warrant Officer

Intsekeni

Mahlawe

Captain

Ibisi

Memane

Captain

Umzimkhulu

Ntsie

Warrant Officer

Swartberg

BN Xulu

Warrant Officer

Kwadukuza

Mfolozi

Sergeant

Glendale

E.P Simamane

Sergeant

Ndwedwe

I Moodley

Warrant Officer

Newark

EP Ntuli

Sergeant

Sundumbili

T Nyawo

Sergeant

Umhlali

M Dladla

Warrant Officer

Nyoni

B Mzimela

Sergeant

Mandini

HS Makhoba

Warrant Officer

Maphumulo

TT Thusi

Warrant Officer

Nsuze

J Maree

Warrant Officer

Port Shepstone

Bhengu

Constable

Margate

E Qoza

Warrant Officer

Dududu

H Xaba

Sergeant

Gamalakhe

F Joji

Sergeant

Hibberdene

Mhlamvu

Sergeant

Harding

P Mqadi

Sergeant

Ezinqoleni

PG Radebe

Sergeant

Mehlomnyama

BP Hadebe

Warrant Officer

Msinsini

IS Mbili

Sergeant

Paddock

M van der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Port Edward

Ndamase

Sergeant

South Port

CM Mahlawe

Sergeant

Scottburgh

AMS Dlungwana

Warrant Officer

St Faiths

PM Magubane

Warrant Officer

Sawoti

IS Zondi

Constable

Umzinto

PG Boucher

Colonel

Mountain Rise

Rl Taylor

Warrant Officer

Howick

DA Dlamini

Captain

Mooi River

DV Gwala

Warrant Officer

Boston

Moonsamy

Warrant Officer

Cramond

Pillay

Warrant Officer

Dalton

Ngcobo

Warrant Officer

Harburg

VS Mngadi

Warrant Officer

Wartburb

JM Zondi

Warrant Officer

Impendle

NR Mshengu

Captain

Mphophomeni

VT Mngadi

Warrant Officer

New Hanover

van der Schyff

Warrant Officer

Nottingham Road

B Cele

Warrant Officer

Bishopstowe

PM Ngcobo

Warrant Officer

Rietvlei

BM Zondi

Brigadier

Pietermaritzburg

S Mthembu

Captain

Plessilaer

PD van Jaarsveld

Warrant Officer

Alexandra Road

PS Khumalo

Sergeant

Camperdown

N Zondi

Sergeant

Thornville

AJ Salzwedel

Warrant Officer

Hilton

S Van Zyl

Warrant Officer

Presbury

TE Chonco

Constable

Mid Illovo

TJ Vorster

Warrant Officer

Richmond

PM Jama

Warrant Officer

Taylors Halt

R Maharaj

Warrant Officer

Townhill

Buthelezi

Sergeant

Kwamsane

Ntshangase

Captain

Jozini

Mbatha

Sergeant

Mtubatuba

Mtambo

Captain

Emanguzi

Mgadi

Sergeant

Ezibayeni

Nxumalo

Captain

Hluhluwe

Ntshangase

Sergeant

Hlabisa

Zikhali

Sergeant

Mbazwana

Mafuleka

Sergeant

Ingwavuma

Mcwango

Constable

Mkuze

Ntshangase

Warrant Officer

Ndumo

NE Buthelezi

Sergeant

Dundee

MP Mnyandu

Warrant Officer

Greytown

BC Maseko

Warrant Officer

Wasbank

HM Mbeje

Warrant Officer

Nhlanhleni

SS Mthombeni

Warrant Officer

Helpmekaar

MP Sithole

Warrant Officer

Nquthu

AD Ramgoolam

Warrant Officer

Glencoe

PB Nxumalo

Sergeant

Nondweni

VO Ntuli

Warrant Officer

Ematimatolo

ZK Myaka

Captain

Kranskop

Zulu

Constable

Muden

JY Kundethe

Captain

Msinga

Kriel CJ

Warrant Officer

Ladysmith

Mbatha ME

Captain

Estcourt

De wet M

Sergeant

Bergville

Zwane BC

Constable

Colenso

Gama LG

Sergeant

Amangwe

Khumalo AM

Warrant Officer

Ntabamhlophe

Mazibuko SLM

Warrant Officer

Ematsheni

Mhakathi SC

Constable

Upper Tugela

Shabalala MM

Sergeant

Weenen

Dumaklude TP

Constable

Wembezi

Magudlela MC

Captain

Winterton

Sigaza SA

Warrant Officer

Besters

Shabalala AD

Warrant Officer

Ekuvukeni

Gininda NN

Constable

Elandslaagte

Maloi JS

Sergeant

Ezakheni

Dlamini BC

Sergeant

Van Reenen

Dludla

Captain

Empangeni

Mhlongo

Warrant Officer

Eshowe

Mathonsi

Warrant Officer

Richards Bay

Mdladla

Sergeant

Esikhaleni

Ntinga

Warrant Officer

Kwambonambi

Nxumalo

Warrant Officer

Ntambanana

Gumede

Sergeant

Gingindlovu

Mdlalose

Warrant Officer

Mbongolwane

Mavundla

Captain

Mtunzini

Khoza

Warrant Officer

Ekombe

Khumalo

Constable

Melmoth

Thusi

Constable

Nkandla

NPA Nichols

Warrant Officer

Vryheid

VC Mabika

Warrant Officer

Ulundi

TI Mdlalose

Warrant Officer

Babanango

ME Buthelezi

Warrant Officer

Ceza

NS Khumalo

Constable

Gluckstadt

NP Ndaba

Constable

Hlobane

Ntshangase

Warrant Officer

Louwsburg

BE Nxumalo

Sergeant

Pongola

Manyanga

Warrant Officer

Magudu

DBH Dlamini

Constable

Mahlabathini

Gabela

Warrant Officer

Mondlo

Nxumalo

Constable

Mpungamhlophe

Ndlangamandla

Sergeant

Ngome

TM Mncube

Captain

Nongoma

De Vet

Sergeant

Paulpietersburg

Limpopo

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Ngobeni

Lieutenant Colonel

Bela-Bela

S Ntoampe

Captain

Burgersfort

BJ Ngobeni

Warrant Officer

Giyani

NJ Mamaile

Captain

Groblersdal

Kwadi

Lieutenant Colonel

Lephalale

SA Tladi

Colonel

Mahwelereng

AE Ramanedza

Lieutenant Colonel

Makhado

ME Maahlo

Constable

Mankweng

Thulare

Captain

Modimolle

MJ Chueu

Lieutenant Colonel

Polokwane

Mabotja

Captain

Seshego

Tshidino

Captain

Thohoyandou

AP Shingange

Lieutenant Colonel

Tzaneen

J Momberg

Warrant Officer

Bela-Bela

OH Maifala

Warrant Officer

Dwaalboom

RR Mooka

Sergeant

Northam

Dowelani

Constable

Pienaarsrivier

JK Buys

Sergeant

Rooiberg

VM Sealetsa

Sergeant

Rust De Winter

PA Thapela

Captain

Thabazimbi

AM Skhosana

Constable

Burgersfort

M Mahlakwana

Warrant Officer

Driekop

M Sibatana

Sergeant

Leboeng

L Mashaba

Constable

Mecklenburg

M Phoku

Warrant Officer

Ohrigstad

L Mphahlele

Sergeant

Sekhukhune

P Shai

Constable

Tubatse

K Rikhotso

Warrant Officer

Giyani

M Phalane

Warrant Officer

Gravelotte

S Baloyi

Warrant Officer

Hlanganani

L Makutu

Constable

Hoedspruit

E Shingange

Warrant Officer

Lulekani

V Khosa

Constable

Malamulele

S Mathebula

Constable

Namakgale

M Malatji

Warrant Officer

Phalaborwa

G Matsimbi

Warrant Officer

Saselamani

M Phaladi

Warrant Officer

Dennilton

P Roux

Warrant Officer

Groblersdal

H Makua

Sergeant

Hlogotlou

J Matlala

Sergeant

Laersdrift

P Mokwena

Constable

Maklerekeng

T Maradisane

Constable

Marble Hall

P Rampedi

Warrant Officer

Motetema

M Masemola

Warrant Officer

Nebo

T Sekgala

Sergeant

Roossenekal

P Petja

Sergeant

Rakgoadi

G Motau

Constable

Zaaiplaas

D Kotze

Sergeant

Bulgerivier

F van de Venter

Warrant Officer

Cumberland

K Phihlela

Warrant Officer

Dorset

H Mashele

Warrant Officer

Hoopdal

J Oberholzer

Warrant Officer

Lephalale

S Mfisa

Warrant Officer

Tom Burke

S Molebaloa

Warrant Officer

Villa Nora

M Rakobela

Captain

Witpoort

S Bapela

Constable

Elandskraal

N Manaka

Warrant Officer

Gilead

R Sebata

Sergeant

Mahwelereng

M Monametji

Warrant Officer

Mokopane

W de Lange

Warrant Officer

Saamboubrug

P Ngoepe

Warrant Officer

Tinmyne

C Coetzee

Warrant Officer

Tolwe

M Maapola

Warrant Officer

Zebediela

Maoto

Warrant Officer

Alldays

T Ramufhi

Sergeant

Makhado

N Hlungwani

Warrant Officer

Mara

T Netshidzati

Captain

Mphephu

N Maranda

Warrant Officer

Musina

K Matshavha

Sergeant

Tshilwavhusiku

T Matakala

Warrant Officer

Tshitale

M Sikhweni

Captain

Waterpoort

M Rambau

Warrant Officer

Waterval

P Booyse

Warrant Officer

Modimolle

J van der Merwe

Sergeant

Naboomspruit

M Monama

Sergeant

Rankins Pass

M Maswanganyi

Warrant Officer

Roedtan

M Molokomme

Warrant Officer

Tuinplaas

L Masipa

Sergeant

Vaalwater

Moreroa

Captain

Botlokwa

Ifalago

Warrant Officer

Haenertsburg

Maluleke

Constable

Mankweng

Makgato

Constable

Morebeng

Mogale

Warrant Officer

Sebayeng

Mashao

Warrant Officer

Sekgosese

M Diale

Constable

Apel

T Masemola

Captain

Jane Furse

M Moloisi

Constable

Lebowakgomo

R Koenaite

Constable

Magatle

P Moroana

Captain

Malipsdrift

M Lediga

Warrant Officer

Masemola

M Sebola

Captain

Polokwane

P de Lange

Constable

Westenburg

Molangwane M

Warrant Officer

Maleboho

Sekele

Sergeant

Mashashane

Tlhatlha A

Constable

Matlala

Manavhela

Sergeant

Mogwadi

Matlala B

Sergeant

Senwabarwana

Lephalala B

Captain

Seshego

Nkhumeleni

Captain

Levubu

Nemavunde

Warrant Officer

Makuya

Manyuha

Captain

Masisi

Maisha

Constable

Muswodi

Mabila

Warrant Officer

Mutale

Tharaga

Warrant Officer

Siloam

Marwala

Warrant Officer

Thohoyandou

Nembilwi

Warrant Officer

Tshamutumbu

Nemushungwa

Captain

Tshaulu

Ramangwala

Warrant Officer

Vulaudzi

Mushungwa

Warrant Officer

Vuwani

M Mafa

Constable

Bolobedu

M Magoro

Warrant Officer

Letsitele

D Manabe

Constable

Maake

M Maake

Warrant Officer

Modjadjiskloof

M Machubeni

Constable

Mokwakwaila

I Mapimele

Constable

Ritavi

M Moseri

Captain

Tzaneen

Mpumalanga

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Ngondweni L

Captain

Acornhoek

Mashego

Constable

Bushbuckridge

Malibe DF

Sergeant

Hazyview

Nxumalo AB

Sergeant

Mhala

Mashao AK

Constable

Skukuza

Sibuyi Z

Sergeant

Calcutta

Bolton

Brigadier

Middleburg

Mahlangu PS

Captain

Hendrina

Mathibe NJ

Captain

Mhluzi

Van Der Watt

Warrant Officer

Blinkpan

Nzima MP

Lieutenant Colonel

Piet Retief

Mkhwanazi MS

Warrant Officer

Sheepmoor

Khanye SJ

Warrant Officer

Amsterdam

Tsotetsi TM

Warrant Officer

Mahamba

Gwebu EJ

Warrant Officer

Dirkiesdorp

Groenewald RE

Lieutenant Colonel

Ermelo

Teledimo MS

Constable

Breyten

Nkosi JB

Warrant Officer

Davel

Dladla ME

Warrant Officer

Lothair

Maphanga SS

Warrant Officer

Chrissiesmeer

Sibiya

Lieutenant Colonel

Tonga

Malala LV

Captain

Malelane

Mathaba PM

Captain

Schoemansdal

Hlatshwayo WH

Warrant Officer

Mbuzini

Mbuyane NN

Sergeant

Komatipoort

Maphanga ME

Warrant Officer

Kaapmuiden

Masiya

Sergeant

Pienaar

Fakude DG

Captain

Kanyamazane

Nkuna

Sergeant

Kabokweni

Lekhoane BP

Captain

Masoyi

Ngwane

Captain

Matsulu

Manyike H

Lieutenant Colonel

Nelspruit

Mndawe EE

Captain

Witrivier

Khoza JL

Lieutenant Colonel

Barberton

Mnisi BA

Warrant Officer

Ngodwana

Nkosi ZJ

Warrant Officer

Louw’s creek

Magoa SE

Warrant Officer

Lydenburg

Zitha CT

Warrant Officer

Sabie

Mlawuza

Warrant Officer

Perdekop

Van Niekerk GS

Warrant Officer

Pilgrim’s rest

Muruba DR

Warrant Officer

Dientjie

Lififi MJ

Warrant Officer

Maartenshoop

Oosthuizen HA

Colonel

Witbank

Mthombeni TS

Colonel

Vosman

Mlangeni AV

Captain

Ogies

Nhlambo PM

Captain

Kriel

Sikhosana SD

Lieutenant Colonel

Delmas

De Bryn MJ

Warrant Officer

Sundra

Mthombeni SR

Colonel

Kwamhlanga

Komane SS

Lieutenant Colonel

Kwaggafontein

Mathavha NE

Captain

Tweefontein

Bapela NJ

Captain

Verena

Ledwaba MF

Lieutenant Colonel

Siyabuswa

Mohanedi MJ

Captain

Mmametlake

Magolego OM

Captain

Vaalbank

Sindane LS

Captain

Belfast

Makhubu BA

Warrant Officer

Machadodorp

Baloyi NJ

Warrant Officer

Waterval Boven

Selomo PP

Constable

Dullstroom

Shabalala F

Captain

Balfour

Makhubu MW

Warrant Officer

Grootvlei

Mhlambi TA

Warrant Officer

Greylingstad

Shabalala SA

Warrant Officer

Val

Mbokane SP

Constable

Elukwatini

Maseko FH

Warrant Officer

Ekulindeni

Mkhwanazi MP

Warrant Officer

Fernie

Zwane DF

Warrant Officer

Mayflower

Thwala

Captain

Carolina

Ras AO

Sergeant

Badplaas

Simelane VP

Sergeant

Hartebeeskop

Mbatha IE

Lieutenant Colonel

Standerton

Nkosi MD

Captain

Sakhile

Mlauza EM

Warrant Officer

Perdekop

Manana JB

Warrant Officer

Morgenzon

Mlambo A

Warrant Officer

Wakkerstroom

Roberts AJ

Captain

Amersfoort

Kleingeld SA

Captain

Volksrust

Dlangalala ZM

Lieutenant Colonel

Secunda

Mnguni FB

Warrant Officer

Emzinoni

Erasmus LJJ

Warrant Officer

Trichardt

Motsoeneng JM

Captain

Evander

Elmes GC

Warrant Officer

Kinross

Ngcobo ST

Warrant Officer

Leslie

Mhlanga MM

Warrant Officer

Charl Cilliers

Khumalo MS

Captain

Bethal

Mnguni JV

Lieutenant Colonel

Embalenhle

Ndala B

Sergeant

Phola

Nkosi MS

Warrant Officer

Daggakraal

Nzimande

Constable

Morgenzon

Mlambo

Warrant Officer

Volksrust

North West

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

GM Dekker

Warrant Officer

Leeudoringstad

Mlungwana

Sergeant

Hartbeesfontein

HJ Bester

Warrant Officer

Stilfontein

A de Vries

Warrant Officer

Wolmaransstad

Mogapi AV

Warrant Officer

Makwassie

AS Bezuidenhout

Warrant Officer

Klerkskraal

Masitenyana

Warrant Officer

Khuma

TN Wesinyana

Constable

Klerksdorp

Kagodi

Sergeant

Ikageng

MR Mathanjane

Captain

Orkney

Sithole

Constable

Potchefstroom

SV Kumalo

Warrant Officer

Buffelshoek

IC Koloane

Lieutenant Colonel

Jouberton

PJ Potgieter

Warrant Officer

Jouberton

Qhobane

Constable

Ventersdorp

Stiemie

Lieutenant Colonel

Kanana

SP Molefe

Captain

Ganyesa

MP Mbotho

Captain

Vryburg

KA Molebatsi

Captain

Huhudi

GA Kgamanyane

Warrant Officer

Stella

Lesolle

Sergeant

Setlagole

PV Seipone

Warrant Officer

Morokweng

PJ Namane

Constable

Vorstershoop

J Badenhorst

Warrant Officer

Boshoek

Melato

Constable

Mokopong

MW Leepile

Sergeant

Bray

RE Molefe

Warrant Officer

Madibogo

Mosimanyane

Warrant Officer

Piet Plessis

Pretorius

Lieutenant Colonel

Cluster Office

Mokgadi

Warrant Officer

Assen

Molokome

Warrant Officer

Bedwang

Ratlou

Sergeant

Bethanie

Prinsloo

Warrant Officer

Brits

Makhubela

Sergeant

Cyferskuil

Scanlen

Captain

Hartbeespoortdam

Lefifi

Warrant Officer

Hebron

Tladi

Warrant Officer

Jericho

Moloisane

Warrant Officer

Klipgat

Mello

Constable

Letlhabile

Molubi

Warrant Officer

Makapanstad

Melato

Constable

Mmakau

Neethling

Warrant Officer

Mooinooi

Tlou

Warrant Officer

Mothothlung

Molamu KL

Constable

Atamelang

Montshioa TP

Sergeant

Biesiesvlei

Molete MH

Constable

Coligny

Thabana DG

Warrant Officer

Delareyville

Mmusi MS

Captain

Itsoseng

Mashaba TE

Constable

Lichtenburg

Tshele LL

Sergeant

Lomanyaneng

Ramagaga MJ

Warrant Officer

Makgobistad

Khoza KD

Captain

Mahikeng

Seitlhamo PJ

Sergeant

Mareetsane

Dingoko LN

Sergeant

Mmabatho

Morokeng TL

Constable

Mooifontein

Lingela QA

Constable

Ottosdal

Mojaki KS

Warrant Officer

Ottoshoop

Khumoeng ND

Warrant Officer

Sannieshof

Segotlong DT

Warrant Officer

Tshidilamolomo

Johny

Warrant Officer

Amalia

van Heerden

Captain

Bloemhof

Owesi

Warrant Officer

Christiana

Sediti

Sergeant

Ipelegeng

Tshenkeng

Warrant Officer

Kgomotso

Mohule

Captain

Pudimoe

Selemogo

Warrant Officer

Reivilo

Kgosiemang

Captain

Sweizer Reneke

Morwaeng

Captain

Taung

Ndebele

Warrant Officer

Groot- Marico

Mokgatlhe

Captain

Lehurutshe

Modisane

Warrant Officer

Madikwe

Kotsi

Warrant Officer

Motswedi

Motsoenyane

Captain

Nietverdiend

Moni

Warrant Officer

Swartruggens

De Bruyn

Captain

Zeerust

Bouwer

Warrant Officer

Marikana

Moje

Constable

Lethabong

Sengwana

Lieutenant Colonel

Phokeng

De Beer

Warrant Officer

Koster

Mogwere

Lieutenant Colonel

Boitekong

Pilane

Warrant Officer

Boons

Phiri

Captain

Mogwase

Molefonyane

Lieutenant Colonel

Rustenburg

Thebeyagae

Captain

Sun City

Northern Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

MC Mothibi

Lieutenant Colonel

Cluster Office

KR Mosime

Warrant Officer

Dingelton

MC Lekwa

Constable

Severn

KK Madikong

Sergeant

Kuruman

TI Mosielele

Constable

Heuningvlei

LJ Lephoro

Constable

Van zylsrus

BA Eiman

Sergeant

Kathu

GR Nyl

Sergeant

Deben

KS Grootboom

Constable

Olifantshoek

IJ Motaung

Constable

Mothibistad

TL Monnaakgothu

Constable

Bothitong

GG Mokomele

Constable

Batlharos

SA Kareli

Warrant Officer

Wrenchville

J Brooks

Lieutenant Colonel

Cluster Office

SJE Plaisier

Captain

Aggeneys

JS Jones

Constable

Alexander Bay

TR Kgatlane

Sergeant

Brandvlei

NJD Willems

Constable

Garies

CD Jacobs

Warrant Officer

Hondeklip Bay

GH Coetzee

Captain

Kamieskroon

E McNeill

Sergeant

Kleinsee

WJ Diergaardt

Captain

Komaggas

KJ Goeiman

Constable

Loeriesfontein

AJJ Koopman

Sergeant

Middelpos

CH van Rooyen

Sergeant

Nababeep

JJ Maritz

Constable

Vioolsdrift

RME Cockrell

Warrant Officer

Nieuwoudtville

CJ Bekker

Warrant Officer

Onseepkans

JJ van Wyk

Warrant Officer

Pofadder

DM Joseph

Sergeant

Port Nolloth

AC Cloete

Sergeant

Springbok

EJ Julius

Constable

Steinkopf

EJ Langner

Warrant Officer

Williston

KF Peters

Sergeant

Sutherland

M de Klerk

Warrant Officer

Fraserburg

A Hermanus

Captain

Cluster Office

AR Skeffers

Sergeant

Strydenburg

S Olivier

Sergeant

Hopetown

FJ Stottelaar

Warrant Officer

Vanderkloof

PP Chere

Warrant Officer

Vanwyksvlei

LE Moloi

Sergeant

Richmond

EE Pula

Sergeant

Philipstown

AN Moses

Warrant Officer

Britstown

MP Alexander

Sergeant

Noupoort

J Williams

Sergeant

Campbell

SE Louw

Sergeant

Petrusville

CSG Barendse

Constable

Loxton

LK Mogorane

Sergeant

Belmont

JS Roux

Warrant Officer

Vosburg

JJ Kock

Warrant Officer

Marydale

PH Jansen van Vuuren

Sergeant

Colesberg

PD Le Roux

Captain

Carnarvon

NS Romein

Warrant Officer

Niekerkshoop

PS Makalane

Constable

Victoria West

DJ Vermeulen

Warrant Officer

Griekwastad

TR Maliti

Constable

Norvalspont

AAJ Coetzee

Constable

Hanover

PM Jordaan

Captain

Douglas

W Vermeulen

Warrant Officer

De Aar

GI Malgas

Warrant Officer

Plooysburg

M Jafta

Captain

Prieska

BW Zaaiman

Captain

Cluster Office

AJ Kotze

Sergeant

Danielskuil

ML Rooibaard

Constable

Groblershoop

ASA Fereira

Warrant Officer

Kakamas

J Bosman

Constable

Kanoneiland

S Oberholster

Sergeant

Keimoes

EL Losper

Constable

Kenhardt

TC Modise

Warrant Officer

Lime Acres

W Botha

Warrant Officer

Noenieput

PA Diphoko

Warrant Officer

Postmasburg

D Ncube

Warrant Officer

Rietfontein

G Immelman

Warrant Officer

Rosedale

GA Makatong

Warrant Officer

Upington

A van Wyk

Warrant Officer

Witdraai

KP Seleke

Lieutenant Colonel

Cluster Office

ET Mofokeng

Captain

Kimberley

TM Sebaile

Constable

Roodepan

TJ Olifant

Constable

Galeshewe

TV Theo

Sergeant

Delportshoop

AL Thaisi

Warrant Officer

Modder Rivier

DR Mitchel

Warrant Officer

Windsorton

CJ Goddard

Sergeant

Warrenton

J Plaaitjies

Warrant Officer

Jan Kempdorp

AD Visser

Warrant Officer

Hartswater

BF Goiseone

Sergeant

Hartswater

TA Setumisho

Warrant Officer

Pampiestad

BG Mojagotle

Warrant Officer

Boetsap

JZL Bulling

Warrant Officer

Barkly West

Western Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a)(ii) Rank

(b) Location

Cloete

Warrant Officer

Somerset West

Cloete

Constable

Macassar

Ruiters

Sergeant

Gordonsbaai

Van Schalkwyk

Captain

Kraaifontein

Nortje

Warrant Officer

Brackenfell

Basson

Warrant Officer

Durbanville

Lamberts

Warrant Officer

Kuilsrivier

Barry

Sergeant

Atlantis

Filander

Sergeant

Darling

Jenner

Sergeant

Malmesbury

Thompson

Warrant Officer

Melkbosstrand

Claasen

Constable

Moorreesburg

V Boven

Sergeant

Philadelphia

Appollis

Sergeant

Riebeek West

Abels

Colonel

Philippi

Heunis

Captain

Eden

Nel

Captain

Oudtshoorn

Boshoff

Warrant Officer

Oudtshoorn

Abrahams

Warrant Officer

Calitzdorp

Van Der Merwe

Warrant Officer

Dysselsdorp

Espach

Warrant Officer

De Rust

Bothma

Warrant Officer

Ladismith

Farmer

Warrant Officer

George Wildernis

Farmer

Warrant Officer

George Herold

Beukes

Warrant Officer

Knysna

Van Pletzen

Warrant Officer

Plettenberg Bay

Buys

Warrant Officer

Pacaltsdorp

Kunene

Sergeant

Kwanonkutula

Adams

Sergeant

Uniondale

Botha

Warrant Officer

Da Gamaskop

Oosthuizen

Warrant Officer

Riversdal

Swart

Sergeant

Heidelberg

Johnson

Sergeant

Stilbay

Badenhorst

Warrant Officer

Albertinia

Taljaard

Constable

Kwanonqaba

Diedericks

Sergeant

Swellendam

Lukas

Sergeant

Suurbraak

Jonas

Constable

Barrydale

Swanepoel

Sergeant

Beaufort West, Letjiesbos and Koup

May

Constable

Laingsburg

Kleinbooi

Sergeant

Laingsburg

Solomons

Constable

Leeu Gamka

Van Eeden

Warrant Officer

Leeu Gamka, Merweville

Moolman

Warrant Officer

Prins Albert

Viljoen

Warrant Officer

Prins Albert, Klaarstroom

Johannes

Constable

Murraysburg

Van Reenen

Captain

Vredenburg Cluster

Theron

Warrant Officer

Vredenburg

Arendse

Sergeant

Redelinghuys

Koordom

Constable

Piketberg Mountain

Denton

Constable

Laaiplek

Du Preez

Sergeant

Hopefield

Van Collerjf

Constable

Saldanha

Janse Van Rensburg

Sergeant

St Helena Bay

Willems J

Sergeant

Eendekuil

Von Waltsleben

Sergeant

Porterville

GG Jonck

Sergeant

Langebaan

Venter

Captain

Winelands Cluster

Cupido

Warrant Officer

Paarl

Hugo

Warrant Officer

Wellington

Moses

Captain

Stellenbosch

Afrika

Sergeant

Franshoek

Pietersen

Sergeant

Cloetesville

Adams

Warrant Officer

Groot Drakenstein

Kenned

Sergeant

Klapmuts

Pienaar

Captain

Worcester Cluster

Visagie

Sergeant

Worcester

Van Rooyen

Sergeant

Rawsonville

Conradie

Constable

Touwsriver

Hanekom

Warrant Officer

De Doorns

Swart

Warrant Officer

Robertson

Du Toit

Sergeant

Ashton

Goodwin

Sergeant

Montagu

Swarts

Constable

Bonnievale

Wentzel

Sergeant

McGregor

Klein

Constable

Tulbagh

Van Rooy

Sergeant

Saron

Van Rooi

Constable

Ceres

Caitz

Warrant Officer

Wolseley

Jacobs

Sergeant

Prins Alfred Hamlet

De Wet

Lieutenant Colonel

Overberg Cluster

Matthee

Warrant Officer

Hermanus Sector 1

Basson

Sergeant

Gansbaai

Mja Mostert

Warrant Officer

Kleinmond

Joumat

Warrant Officer

Struisbaai

Hearne

Constable

Stanford

Kriel

Sergeant

Napier

Henn

Warrant Officer

Bredasdorp

Engelbrecht

Warrant Officer

Caledon

Coetzee

Sergeant

Grabouw

May

Warrant Officer

Genadendal

De Kock

Warrant Officer

Villiersdorp

Hendriks

Sergeant

Riviersonderend

Bester

Warrant Officer

Vredendal

Owies

Sergeant

Nuwerus

Afrika

Constable

Van Rhynsdorp

Kouter

Constable

Lutzville

Miggels

Constable

Elands Bay

Ludik

Sergeant

Lamberts Bay

Jooste

Sergeant

Citrusdal

Ndzamela

Warrant Officer

Klawer

Smith

Sergeant

Graaf Water

Grobbelaar

Warrant Officer

Clanwilliam

Coetzee

Sergeant

Doring Bay

Labuschagne

Lieutenant Colonel

Coordinator

Von Mollendorph

Warrant Officer

Wynberg

Ray

Constable

Dieprivier

Voget

Warrant Officer

Kirstenhof

Lesch

Warrant Officer

Hout Bay

Voges

Warrant Officer

Simons Town

09 March 2020 - CW09

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Mathevula, Ms B to ask the Minister of Police

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

Reply:

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

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

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

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

09 March 2020 - NW92

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(1)Why does South Africa’s ranking in the World Bank’s 2020 Ease of Doing Business Report remain at 84 despite his department and the World Bank having set up a working group to address the country’s poor performance in the 2019 version of the report; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether this is evidence that he is unable to deliver the widespread economic reform required to put the country’s economy back on an upward growth trajectory; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details? NW101E

Reply:

The Department is working with the World Bank to identify challenges that result in a low ranking on the Ease of Doing Business Index and as this work progresses, it is expected to impact positively on the country ranking.

The project with the World Bank was launched in March 2019. The Doing Business Report 2020 quoted by the Honourable Member is for the period 1 May 2018 to 30 April 2019, released in October 2019.

A number of the factors that contribute to the country ranking fall outside of the Department’s legal mandate, but through this process, the Department can work with other public entities and the private sector to address concerns that have been identified.

One area that does falls within the mandate of the DTIC in the Starting a Business Indicator, relating to the ease of registering a company. The DTIC and its agency, the CIPC is pioneering an e-government platform through the establishment of the Biz Portal. Today a domestic firm through the Biz Portal can obtain the following online within one day:

  1. Company registration;
  2. Domain name registration;
  3. B-BBEE certificate;
  4. Tax registration number;
  5. Unemployment Insurance Fund registration;
  6. Compensation Fund registration;
  7. Business Bank account.

I am advised that since the launch of the Biz Portal pilot in November 2019, 8 759 companies have been registered within a day. This will significantly change the landscape and make strides in the Ease of Doing Business indicator.

It should be noted that the World Bank uses the major city in every surveyed country as a proxy for aspects of business regulation affecting small domestic firms. In the case of South Africa, it is the City of Johannesburg (CoJ) and covers the period 1 May 2018 to 30 April 2019 in the CoJ.

CoJ is directly responsible for following indicators:

(a) Getting Electricity

(b) Registering Property

(c) Dealing with Construction Permits

Progress on the pace of reforms at CoJ have been slow and this indicated in the Doing Business (DB) Report 2020 released in October 2019. The lack of movement on these impacted negatively on our rankings.

Since the appointment of the Executive Mayor of CoJ Mr. Geoff Makhubo, the Department team, World Bank and CoJ have been able to formalise an action plan for the above-mentioned indicators in order to improve turnaround times and service delivery. Since November 2019, the COJ has piloted an e-rates certificate and has issued 5772 e-certificates of which 98% were issued within 24 hours.

The Technical Working Group continues to work on improving the key elements of the measured indicators to ensure that an increase in South Africa’s rankings and I am advised that some of the successes and improvements to date include:

  • Measured improved customer service by SARS;
  • Service Delivery Charter published by SARS;
  • Service Charter developed by COJ for registering a property;
  • Increased transparency and availability of information fee schedules, documents for registration and services;
  • Expanded Preferred Traders Program rolled out for trading across borders;
  • Cut off time for pre-loading stacking vehicles to be at the port was reduced from 72 hours to 24 hours;
  • Queuing times are now measured from inside the port gate to the stack and not from outside the gate point of entry to the discharge of goods;
  • Transnet port services for import/export of vehicles now fully automated.
  • Updated Website by Deeds Office, improving access, quality and transparency of information to buyers and sellers of property.

-END-

09 March 2020 - NW193

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

1)What are the (a) names, (b) positions and (c)(i) start and (ii) end period of the board members of Volleyball South Africa 2) Whether a certain person (name and details furnished) is still playing a lead role in Volleyball SA; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what position is the specified person holding; 3) Why is he not blacklisting all administrators that were fired and found guilty in sports not to be involved in sport administration again?

Reply:

1. The (a) names, (b) positions and (c)(i) start and (ii) end period of the board members of Volleyball South Africa are as follows;

     

Anthony Kamohelo Mokoeana

President

2016-2020

Kribba Reddy

Vice

2016-2020

Vinesh Maharaj

Treasurer

2016-2020

Donovan Nair

Secretary General

2016-2020

William Mojapele

Social Responsibility and Transformation

2016-2020

Lisbeth Moatshe

Development Director

2016-2020

Jacob Thamaga

PR/ Media Director

2016-2020

Loet Groenewald

Technical Director

2016-2020

Vacant

Schools Volleyball Director

 

2) According to Volleyball SA Mr Reddy is no longer playing a lead role in Volleyball SA. He holds an honorary position with Volleyball South Africa. The Volleyball South Africa Congress unanimously voted him to hold an honorary position because of his exemplary leadership of the organization during difficult times to make it one of the strongest Federations in South Africa and In African volleyball. The position is one of advisor without voting rights.

3) The code of Sport must , first and foremost exercise and exhaust their constitutional directives in resolving these matters. According to Volleyball South Africa the Federation imposed sanctions on its officials as recommended by Volleyball SA tribunals. Two of its officials were employed by SASCOC and faced internal disciplinary actions. They have challenged their dismissal through the CCMA. Like SASCOC, who are waiting for the CCMA decision before they are permitted to replace these officials VSA cannot take any action against these officials bearing in mind that the final decision is still outstanding.

09 March 2020 - NW97

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Gondwe, Dr M to ask the Minister of Health

(1)What processes has his department followed in order to assess the impact of climate change on health needs and services; (2) what progress has his department made in addressing the challenges facing forensic chemistry laboratories relating to backlogs, low staff morale and infrastructure; (3) what progress has his department made in rolling out ideal clinics in each province?

Reply:

1. The Department has embarked on a project to develop a risk and vulnerability assessment framework to be used for assessing the impact of climate change on health needs and services. This project was started in May 2019 after appointment of a service provider, this follows a number of engagements since July 2018 between the National Department of Health and the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries. Funding for the project was sourced from the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries (DEFF) through The Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU). The project managers are the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) who contracted the University of South Africa to develop the risk and vulnerability assessment framework. The final product is expected to be delivered at the end of February 2020. The framework will assist the Department in conducting the assessment on health needs and services.

2. Backlogs:

Following a meeting of the National Forensic Pathology Services Committee (NFPSC) with the previous Minister of Health on 25 February 2016, it was decided not to destroy the approximately 12,000 backlogged cases (multiple samples per case) without Case Administration System (CAS) numbers. A decision has been made to group the backlogged cases in certain year categories and to analyse them.

Resulting from this meeting, the Criminal Justice System Reform Committee (CJSRC) was tasked to perform an audit of all outstanding toxicology cases. Following this decision, during a third full audit of all outstanding cases during 2016 and 2017, they have provided the Forensic Chemistry Laboratories (FCLs) with a list of cases with SAPS CAS numbers where prosecution, and thus analysis, is still required. The list has been signed off by the Chair of the CJSRC on 31 March 2017. This list contained 3,112 cases before verification at the FCLs. Of these 3,112 cases, the FCL’s could only verify 754 cases that were still outstanding as at 31 March 2017.

Another verification in April 2019 has reduced the number of outstanding cases on the list to 705, which is used as the baseline list to monitor performance. The FCLs only analyse cases from this list, newly received cases to prevent them from becoming backlogged (as all have CAS numbers), as well as all urgent requests from pathologists (including insurance matters). The balance of cases without CAS numbers will only be tested once CAS numbers have been linked to them.

Table 1 below indicates the performance of the FCLs against reduction of the CJSRC baseline backlog list of cases where prosecution is still required. [APP target: Eliminate the backlog of toxicology tests by 2019/20 (70% by 31 March 2020)]

TABLE 1

2019/20 Financial Year

% Decrease in Toxicology backlog

APP Target (%)

Quarter 1

42.98

63

Quarter 2

43.26

65

Quarter 3

44.11

67

Quarter 4

 

70

The total number of blood alcohol samples older than 90 days for the four FCL’s that have not been analysed as at 31 March 2019, was 8,210.

The cumulative total backlogged samples completed for 2019/20, Quarter 1, 2 and 3 was 7,513 (91.51%) of the list of 8,210. The FCL’s have also tested newly incoming samples in order to prevent these samples from forming a backlog. Table 2 below reflects the FCL progress regarding the 2019/20 APP target [Eliminate the backlog of blood alcohol tests by 2019/20].

TABLE 2

2019/20

 

APP TARGET

 

% DECREASE IN BA BACKLOG

% DECREASE IN BA BACKLOG

Quarter 1

75.42

25

Quarter 2

90.17

50

Quarter 3

91.51

75

Quarter 4

-

100

The Toxicology and blood alcohol analysis output has been negatively affected by procurement system problems during quarter three of this financial year, causing delays in equipment repairs and procurement of consumables and chemicals required for the analysis processes. The FCL’s also currently have 30 vacancies out of a total establishment of 174.

Low staff morale:

Low staff morale in the Pretoria Laboratory is as a result of the poor building conditions. Progress is made in terms of obtaining alternative work accommodation.

Infrastructure:

Only the Forensic Chemistry Laboratory (FCL) in Visagie Street, Pretoria, has challenges with regards to accommodation. The FCL in Durban is new (established in 2015), and housed in the Kwa-Zulu Natal Department of Health building. The FCL in Cape Town is accommodated in a private building that has been recently renovated. They also have sufficient space for staff and equipment. The FCL in Johannesburg has been extensively renovated, with the project completed around 2011/12.

Two previous tender processes initiated by the Department of Public Works (DPW) have failed. An offer for accommodation by the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, as well as an offer by the South African Bureau of Standards, have not been successful.

The DPW advertised a tender in June 2013. This process has however not been successful, as no suitable building could be located. In late 2013 the National Department of Health informed the DPW about the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF) building (Material Laboratory) in Carl Street in Pretoria West that has not been utilized since 2009. Initially the DWAF was willing to allow the NDOH to utilize this building for the FCL Pretoria activities, but withdrew the offer in June 2014. The DPW then informed the National Department of Health (NDoH) that they did not have any other buildings available that would meet the FCL requirements and that the initial space requirements needed to be decreased. A second tender was advertised in December 2014, and that was also not successful.

In January 2015 the Chief Director: Trauma, Violence, Emergency Medical Services and Forensic Pathology Services (as it was previously called) came in contact with the office of Mr Govender, Deputy Director-General and Head of Real Estate and Facilities Management at the Department of Public Works (DPW). The DPW subsequently undertook to prioritize this matter. Shortly thereafter space was identified at the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) in Groenkloof, Pretoria. This facility was well situated, had ample parking space and had sufficient vacant floor space to be able to accommodate the FCL staff and equipment. In a meeting on 31 August 2016 where the Chief Financial Officer of the SABS was present, she informed all present that they were intending to commercialize the Groenkloof Campus, and that they might not be able to accommodate the FCL. This was followed by the DPW informing the NDoH team that they have been dealing with the wrong Department at the DPW from 2014 to 2016, and that the process had to be started from scratch.

In August 2017 a new needs and cost analysis were submitted to the DPW. Advertising of the needs for a new building has not proceeded, as the NDoH Infrastructure unit proposed to move the FCL into the CIVITAS building as an alternative. With current infrastructure challenges at CIVITAS, this is however no longer an option.

It has been established that there is laboratory, as well as office space available at the CSIR (Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research) campus on Meiring Naudé Road in Pretoria. The space will be suitable for the relocation of the Forensic Chemistry Laboratory, Pretoria – with the understanding that the space will have to be prepared accordingly. This will have cost implications.

3. The Ideal Clinic Realization and Maintenance (ICRM) programme is completing its fifth year of implementation in the 2019/20 financial year. The program is implemented in all the Primary Health Care facilities in the country. In the beginning of each year, the baseline status determination is conducted by Facility Managers in all facilities and confirmed by the District Perfect Permanent Team of the ICRM (PPTICRM). 

Since 2015/2016 to 2018/2019 the Department of Health had turned 1,920 primary health care facilities ideal. The preliminary results for 2019/2020 3rd quarter is 76 facilities that have achieve status. The breakdown per province is indicate in the table below.

Health facilities inspection tools for both Ideal Clinic and Office of Health Standards Compliance were recently aligned to ensure that they request same evidence for compliance with Norms and Standards by the health facilities. Provincial workshops were also conducted on the aligned tools. The effective date of implementation for aligned tools is the 1st of April 2020.

Table 1: Ideal Clinic Achievement by Province for 2015/16 to 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 (Quarter 3)  

Financial Years 

Province 

2015/2016 

2016/2017 

2017/2018 

2018/2019 

2019/2020 (Preliminary results) 

Eastern Cape 

 

14 

139 

157 

249 

15 

Free State 

 

22 

78 

114 

168 

0 

Gauteng 

 

89 

215 

291 

330 

6 

KwaZulu-Natal 

 

141 

288 

383 

461 

19 

Limpopo 

 

27 

51 

121 

165 

1 

Mpumalanga 

 

19 

66 

87 

133 

3 

Northern Cape 

 

3 

67 

89 

92 

0 

North West 

 

7 

92 

121 

141 

9 

Western Cape 

 

- 

41 

144 

181 

23 

TOTAL 

 

322 

1037 

1507 

1920 

76

           
           

END.

09 March 2020 - CW26

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Visser, Ms C to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

1. When last did his department use a white hat hacker to identify possible security gaps in their information technology system and cyber security threats; 2. Whether he will (a) employ such a hacker or (b) request the relevant Sector Education and Training Authorities to employ it; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Department is constantly reviewing its IT security. Where weaknesses have been identified, they were corrected. To further strengthen its IT security, a process has been started to have a permanent capacity in the unit.

09 March 2020 - NW63

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Macpherson, Mr DW to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

Whether the National Lotteries Commission has received applications from the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee in support of delivering TeamSA to the (a) 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and (b) 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games; if so, (i) what are the relevant details of the applications, (ii) why was funding not paid out and (iii) on what date is it envisaged that the funds will be paid out?

Reply:

I am advised by the NLC that according to their records, they have not received any application from the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) relating to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic & Paralympic Games.

Following a further request for information, they have provided me with additional details that note the following:

  1. Funding was provided to SASCOC for activities which in the opinion of the NLC is not related to the Tokyo Olympic Games, namely tracking of team qualifications, athlete tracking and monitoring and sports equipment and apparel.
  2. Funding was provided to the organisation Special Olympics South Africa for “Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics Prospect Medallists, Olympic & Paralympic Athletes and Coaches Support”.

-END-

09 March 2020 - CW42

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Michalakis, Mr G to ask the Minister of Transport

Whether authorisation for the billboard that advertises the Dihlabeng Local Municipality (details furnished) was granted by the SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) which manages the N5 road; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

No authorisation has not been given by SANRAL for the billboard in question on N5. In terms of Section 50 of the SANRAL Act (Act 7 of 1998) and Regulations on Advertisements on or Visible from National Roads, the Municipality is required to submit an application for approval prior to erecting the billboard, however no such application was received by SANRAL for processing.

The Dihlabeng local Municipality did not apply for approval in terms of Regulations on Advertisements on or Visible from National Roads and Section 50 SANRAL Act (Act 7 of 1998), as a result it may pose a distraction to motorists.

SANRAL has, on two occasions, affixed notification stickers on the billboard indicating that the board it is illegal and must be removed within 21 days. On both occasions, the stickers have been removed but with no action taken in terms of removing the billboard. SANRAL is now in process of issuing a formal legal notice to the Municipality that the billboard must be removed. Failure by the Municipality to respond to the legal notice and to remove the billboard, will lead to SANRAL removing the billboard for the cost of the Municipality.

09 March 2020 - NW159

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

(1) Whether any mining permits were issued to certain companies (names furnished) since 1 January 2017; if so, what are the site locations of each permit that was issued; (2) whether it is possible for (a) one permit holder to transfer a permit to another and/or (b) multiple permits to be issued for the same site location? NW180E

Reply:

(1) Yes, the department has issued a mining permit to Hlelo mining (Pty) Ltd under the reference number 11218MP. It is located on portion of portion 3 of the farm Boschmanspoort 159 IS, within the magisterial district of Hendrina. The department has no record of a mining permit issued to Lunathi Mining.

(2)(a) Section 27(8) of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 (MPRDA) as amended, provides that a mining permit may not be transferred, ceded, let, sublet, alienated or disposed of, in any way whatsoever, but may been cumbered or mortgaged only for the purpose of funding or financing of the mining project in question with the Minister’s consent.

(b) Yes, multiple permits can be issued for the same location in that a mining permit is issued only for 5 hectares and therefore other entities can apply on the same location for 5 hectares as long as it is not on the 5 hectare where there is an issued mining permit or a right.

DDG: MR

Date: 27 Feb 2020

Recommended

Advocate TS Mokoena
Director General: Department of Mineral Resources and Energy


Approved

Mr SG Mantashe
Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy
Date submitted: 09/03/2020

09 March 2020 - NW169

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(1)With reference to his reply to question 1738 on 7 January 2020, what are the details of the outcomes of the arbitration that took place on 16 and 17 January 2020; (2) What are the full details of any (a) current and (b) historical financial transactions between his department and EOH Mthambo? NW190E

Reply:

The department has advised as follows:

(1) The matter was concluded on 17 January 2020. All the parties submitted their closing arguments on 31 January 2020 to the GPSSBC as instructed by the Commissioner. The GPSSBC forwarded the closing arguments to the Commissioner on 6 February 2020. I am advised that the employee was found guilty of certain charges by the Commissioner.

(2) (a) There are no current financial transactions.

(b) the dti only processed five (5) payments to the total amount of R11 154 846. Such amount was paid for the milestones that were achieved with details as follows:

Payment

Milestone Achieved

Amount Paid

1

EOH Invoice Paid: Licencing Cost Support

R5,698,799.02

2

EOH Invoice Paid: Pilot (MCEP) Phase Initiation

R393,765.12

3

EOH Invoice Paid: SAP Maintenance Year 1 & 2

R2,858,517.62

4

EOH Invoice Paid: Acceptance of Design (Blue print)

R393,765.12

5

EOH Invoice Paid: Approved Change Request (CR_05) for Additional Requirements

R1,809,999.59

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09 March 2020 - CW06

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Lehihi, Ms SB to ask the Minister of Police

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

Reply:

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

09 March 2020 - NW310

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Van Minnen, Ms BM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether her department, in light of the overall audit outcome for the Joe Morolong Local Municipality in the Northern Cape which remained unchanged for the past three years with no improvement in audit findings, has found that the province was unable to place the municipality under administration; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, why has her department not placed the municipality under administration considering that the financial statement qualification areas have worsened despite paying over R6 million to consultants in the past financial year?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is available

Thank you

09 March 2020 - NW110

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Health

(1)What is the total estimated cost to launch the National Health Insurance; (2) why was the Portfolio Committee on Health not informed of the amount; (3) whether medical stakeholders in the industry from the public and private sector were consulted with a view to obtain their inputs; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details of the consultation process that was followed; (4) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

1. (a) Clause 57 (1)(b) of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill states that NHI must be gradually phased in using a progressive and programmatic approach based on financial resource availability;

(b) Chapter 7 of the 2017 White Paper on NHI on Financing of NHI details expenditure projections and several new taxation options for sources of funding, including evaluating a surcharge on income tax, a small payroll-based taxes as financing sources for the Fund;

(c) As outlined in Section 8 of the Memorandum of Objects of the NHI Bill, NHI will be financed in various interrelated phases as determined in consultation with the National Treasury using general budget allocations. The costing/budgeting focuses on practical issues that focuses on three issues:

(i) Quality of care improvement programme: A new funding component is required to accelerate quality initiatives, to support a stronger response post OHSC audit and also to support progressive accreditation of facilities for NHI. In 2020/21 an amount of R25 million was prioritsed for this purpose. Subsequent funding will be dependent on the success of the current implementation

(ii) Establishment of NHI Fund Office: The preliminary allocations over the MTEF is 2020/21 R20 million, 2021/22: R40 million and 2022/23: R43 million. These should be seen as ideal and will probably be less given practical delays e.g. in passing NHI Bill.

(iii) Actuarial costing model: Treasury commissioned a simplified intervention based costing tool for NHI which provides simple estimates of costs of a set of 15 or so interventions.

These include for example removing user fees, extending chronic medicine distribution programme (CCMDD), extending ARV rollout, increasing antenatal visits, rolling out capitation model for General Practitioners (GPs), cataract surgery programme, establishing NHI Fund. The full set of interventions costs in the longer term around R30 billion per annum. The Department of Health will adapt the tool to find a set of priority interventions. Most of these interventions can be scaled up progressively as funding becomes available and does not need significant new funds in Budget 2020;

(iv) The Human Resources Capacitation Grant will be used to appoint staff to ensure implementation of NHI already increases to R905 million in 2019/20 and further to R1,052 billion in 2020/21 to R1,093 in 2021/22 and R1,1 billion in 2022/23. This should be focused in the first instance on statutory posts such as interns and community service, given problems in provinces funding these key posts and national interest in making sure these are fully funded;

(v) The NHI Indirect budget baseline amounts to R2,3 billion in 2020/21, R2,5 billion in 2021/22 and R2,6 billion in 2022/23.

(vi) In the next phase the NHI Fund and its Executive Authority will be able to bid for funds through the main budget as part of the budget process. Thereafter consideration will be given to shifting some of the conditional grants such as the National Tertiary Services grant and the HIV/AIDS and TB grant from the Department of Health to the Fund. Preliminary analysis suggests this will require legal amendments.

(d) In a later phase consideration will be given to shifting of funds currently in the provincial equitable share formula for personal health care services to the Fund. This will require amendments to the National Health Act, 2003. This will also depend on how functions are shifted, for example if central hospitals are brought to the national level.

2. No, this is not correct. The Portfolio Committee of Health has been informed of the initial estimated costs of implementation of NHI when the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill, (Bill 11-2019) was introduced to Parliament on 8th August 2019. This is explained in Clause 57 of the NHI Bill as well as Section 8 of the Memorandum of Objects of the NHI Bill.

3. Stakeholders have been consulted to obtain their inputs.

(a) This was undertaken as part of the consultations on the 2011 Green Paper on NHI, the 2015 draft White Paper on NHI and the 2018 Draft Bill on NHI;

(b) The NHI Bill is currently in Parliament and going through public consultation process;

(c) As outlined in Clause 8.9 of the Memorandum of Objects, Chapter 7 of the 2017 White Paper on NHI on Financing of NHI details expenditure projections and several new taxation options for sources of funding, including evaluating a surcharge on income tax, a small payroll-based taxes as financing sources for the Fund. Due to the current fiscal condition, tax increases may come at a later stage of NHI implementation.

4. I am willing to make a Statement on the matter

END.

09 March 2020 - NW195

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

What actions has his office taken with regard to the recommendations of the Zulman report regarding dispute resolution; 2) What interim measures have been implemented regarding dispute resolution to address the shortcomings pointed out by the Zulman Commission?

Reply:

  1. The Minister appointed a compliance task team headed by independent facilitator to follow up on the implementation of the recommendations and to report regularly on progress to the Minister.
  2. The present act, the Constitutions of SASCOC and the National Federations will prevail. Any measures outside the prescript will be regarded as ultravires.

06 March 2020 - NW361

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

What were the findings and recommendations of the Gobodo Forensic Report into the Pan South African Language Board? Question N0. 361-2020 FOR WRITTEN REPLY Internal QUESTION PAPER NO. 361-2020 DATED: 06 MARCH 2020: Mrs V van Dyk (DA): to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture: What were the findings and recommendations of the Gobodo Forensic Report into the Pan South African Language Board? NW516E REPLY: The implementation of the Gobodo Forensic Report is sub judice, as other employees are not yet charged. And therefore, any disclosure at this stage will prejudice the process. The Gobodo Forensic report can, however, be made available to Parliament in camera.

Reply:

The implementation of the Gobodo Forensic Report is sub judice, as other employees are not yet charged. And therefore, any disclosure at this stage will prejudice the process. The Gobodo Forensic report can, however, be made available to Parliament in camera.

06 March 2020 - NW358

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

1. Whether a certain person (name and details furnished) resigned from the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB); if so, what are the relevant details; 2. Whether the specified person was offered a settlement by PanSALB; if so, what are (a) was the reason for the settlement and (b) total amount was paid out; 3. What total amount has PanSALB paid in legal fees over the past five years; 4. What number of (a) disciplinary cases have been opened and (b) the specified cases did PanSALB (i) win and (ii) lose?

Reply:

1. Yes, the specified person settled to resigned from PanSALB.

2. (a) The specified person was facing 18 charges of serious misconduct emanating from Gobodo Forensic Report. His legal representative proposed a settlement in the middle of his disciplinary hearing held on 21st of August 2019, and adjourned for the 26th – 30th August 2019. Although the Board had a strong case, the reason for the consideration of a settlement was solemnly informed by the financial risk appetite conducted on this complex disciplinary hearing of evidence that constituted 8 lever arch files and multiple witnesses amongst whom would be the forensic investigator which would have come at a phenomenal cost. Furthermore, additional costs and time to be consumed in possible escalation of the matter to CCMA and Labour Court were considered. More so, the PanSALB Board was thoughtful that more efforts were necessary in the rebuilding this institution, thus all decisions taken were first and foremost in the best interest of the institution.

(b) The above-mentioned settlement agreement is subject to a
confidentiality clause that states that it cannot be disclosed unless
the disclosure is to the Registrar, SARS or in terms of the law.

3. The total legal expenditure PanSALB incurred in the past 5 years, that is between 2015 and 2019, is R21 121 557.95. This, as stated above, informed the new Board’s decision to reduce legal costs in any possible way, including through ‘non-financial’ settlements.

4. Since the new Board was appointed five (5) disciplinary cases were opened. (i) Three (3) were won. Two (2) were settled with similar conditions. (ii) No losses to date.

06 March 2020 - NW162

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Marais, Mr S to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

(1)Whether she authorised the deployment of the SA National Defence Force to patrol the streets of Kimberley in January 2020; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what were the costs of deploying the soldiers, (b) from which budget was the deployment of the soldiers paid, (c) for what period were the soldiers deployed and (d) for what purpose were the soldiers deployed; (2) whether she communicated the deployment of the soldiers to Parliament; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details? NW183E

Reply:

(1) and (2) No I did not authorise employment of any members under the Defence Act, 2002. I view this matter in a very serious light and have instructed the Chief of the South African National Defence Force to institute a Board of Inquiry and to take action against those involved. I will report back to Parliament on the outcome and actions taken following the completion of the Board of Inquiry.

 

06 March 2020 - NW360

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

Whether the Rakoma Forensic Investigation recommendations have been implemented; if not, why not; if so, what total amount has it cost the Pan South African Language Board to implement the recommendation?

Reply:

No. Rakoma Forensic Investigation is not yet concluded, therefore, no cost is spent yet in its implementation.

06 March 2020 - NW359

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Mrs V van Dyk (DA): to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

1. (a) Why has a certain person from the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) (name and details furnished) been on special leave for almost 12 months and (b) what total amount has the specified person earned in this period; 2. Whether PanSALB has investigated complaints against the person; if not, why not; 3. Whether the Rakoma Forensic Report makes reference to the person; if so, how has the recommendations of the report been implemented by PanSALB?

Reply:

1. (a). This particular employee was placed on special leave by the new PanSALB Board from the month of July 2019 to date. The employee was not placed on special leave for 12 months as misleadingly stated in the question. On appointment of the new Board, it was found that the employee was dismissed, and an appeal was subsequently filed to the Board. Upon review of his appeal, the Board agreed that even though the allegations that motivated his dismissal were serious, the process that was followed to dismiss him was procedurally unfair.

(b). The specified person receives a gross monthly salary of R89 010.52.

2. The new PanSALB Board, on its appointment, found that the Rakoma Forensic investigation into this employee and other matters was suspended by the former Executive. The Board has uplifted the suspension of the investigation and is vigorously concluding the investigation. The Board has, therefore, not implemented this forensic report because the service provider has not yet concluded its investigation.

3. The Rakoma Forensic Investigation is not yet completed, therefore no recommendations have been implemented.

06 March 2020 - NW280

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Shaik Emam, Mr AM to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

(1) Whether he has been informed of the estimated R1 billion of the 2010 Soccer World Cup Legacy Fund which is unaccounted for; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (2) whether he intends to ask the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa, to establish a commission of inquiry to ascertain what happened to the specified funds that are unaccounted for; if not, why not; if so, what is the position in this regard?

Reply:

1. No. The Minister has not been informed of the estimated R1 billion of the 2010 Soccer World Cup Legacy Fund which is unaccounted for. According to the 2010 FIFA World Cup Legacy Fund;

(a) The 2010 Soccer World Cup Legacy Fund received R450,762,816 only.

(b) Budgets are presented and approved by the Board of Trustees.

(c) Ernst and Young are an independent financial platform that supports the administration of the Trust’s finances.

(d) The funds are audited annually by PwC and presented to the Board of Trustees.

(e) The Administration of the Trust reports to the Board of Trustees.

(f) The Trust is a joint Trust between SAFA and FIFA which is represented by its CFO on the Board of Trustees.

2. No. The Minister does not intend to ask the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa, to establish a commission of inquiry to ascertain what happened to the specified funds.

(a) The Minister has not been presented with any information that warrants that a Commission of Enquiry be established by the President.