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07 May 2018 - NW687

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

 

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

 

  1.  

a) 

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

 

 

 

 

 

b) 

See responses below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

(i)

And (ii)

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

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

 

 

 

  1.  

 

07 May 2018 - NW329

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

DPE:

(a)

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

ESKOM:

(b)

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

SAX:

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

TRANSNET:

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

Alexkor, Denel, Safcol responses not received.

07 May 2018 - NW294

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

Information as Supplied by Denel and Eskom

  •  

(1)

(a)

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

 

 

 

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

 

(b)

Not Applicable

 

(2)

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

 

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

(3)

(a)

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

 

 

(b)

Not Applicable

 

 

 

 

 

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

ESKOM:

(1)(a)

For DPE to respond

 (1)(b)

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

(2)

Not applicable

(3)(a)

For DPE to respond

(3)(b)

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

07 May 2018 - NW223

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

Response is based on information received from Denel.

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

We will into this matter further.

07 May 2018 - NW222

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

This response is according to information received from the SOC:

(1)

(b) Year

(a) Location

Total

 

Esselenpark

Bloemfontein

Kilnerpark

 

2014

551

417

0

968

2015

352

398

0

750

2016

0

169

0

169

2017

0

0

14

14

Total

903

984

14

1,901

(2)

Commenced Training

(a) Completed Training

Comments

1,901

1,891

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

07 May 2018 - NW191

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Khawula, Ms MS to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

DPE:

1. (a) Yes

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

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

2. (a) Not applicable

ALEXKOR:

(1)

(a)

Not applicable

 
 

(b)

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

Transfer (picking and dropping services)

R1 140.00

(2)

(a)

Not applicable

 
 

(b)

 
   

(i) What services were procured in each case?

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

   

None

None

DENEL:

SEE “ANNEXURE A”

SAFCOL:

(1)

(a)

Not applicable

 

(b)

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

(2)

(a)

Not applicable

 

(b)

Not applicable

ESKOM, SAX and TRANSNET responses outstanding

Annexure A

DENEL SOC LIMITED

(1)

(a)

Not applicable

 
 

(b)

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

Air Travel

R 62 454 485.44

   

Accommodation

R 49 129 814.57

   

Car Hire

R 28 088 551.68

   

T O T A L

R139 672 285.16

(2)

(a)

Not applicable

 
 

(b)

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

(ii) What was the travel route

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

R

 

Meressa Tigabu Mr

Add/Jnb/Add

12,092.11

 

Okello Benfrancis Mr

Add/Jnb/Add

12,092.11

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,775.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,775.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

2,250.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

2,350.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

4,520.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

4,647.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,350.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,350.00

 

Alheit/Bertholdmr

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,500.00

 

Oberholzer/Machiel M

Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,500.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Alg/Dxb/Jnb

15,535.50

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Alg/Dxb/Jnb

15,535.50

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Alg/Dxb/Jnb

120.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Alg/Dxb/Jnb

1,400.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Amm/Dxb/Jnb

22,042.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Amm/Dxb/Jnb

22,042.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Ams/Cdg

4,430.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Arn/Hel/Tmp/Hel/Arn

6,190.00

 

Andersson/Bengt Mr

Arn/Zrh/Jnb/Zrh/Arn

45,490.00

 

Mlambo/Mandlenkosi M

Atl/Iad

4,030.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Auh/Jnb

160.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Auh/Jnb

220.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Auh/Jnb

330.00

 

Pentz Ivan John Mr

Auh/Jnb

440.00

 

Language Henry Herbert Mr

Auh/Jnb

440.00

 

Ryan Sean Patrick Mr

Auh/Jnb

440.00

 

Van Niekerk Johannes

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Van Niekerk Johannes

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Koch Mr

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Lombard Mr

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Sambo Mr

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Smith Mr

Auh/Jnb

700.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Auh/Jnb

930.00

 

Deysel Edward Charles Mr

Auh/Jnb

950.00

 

Humpries Gordon Francis Mr

Auh/Jnb

950.00

 

Pieterse Schalk Mr

Auh/Jnb

1,570.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Auh/Jnb

1,750.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Auh/Jnb

1,750.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Auh/Jnb

1,950.00

 

Bohmer/Wilmar Mr

Auh/Jnb

3,510.00

 

Macrow/Denzyl Mr

Auh/Jnb

3,510.00

 

Deysel/Edward Mr

Auh/Jnb

3,510.00

 

Joubert/Johannes

Auh/Mct

628.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Auh/Mct/Auh

1,330.00

 

Ntsihlele/Elias Mr

Bbk/Jnb

1,482.00

 

Vanwyk/Henrico Mr

Bcn/Cdg

4,360.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

1,588.66

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

1,588.66

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

4,053.33

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.66

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.66

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.66

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.66

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Blr/Pnq/Bom/Del

7,082.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Bom/Goi/Bom

3,809.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Bom/Goi/Bom

4,569.50

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Bre/Muc

6,070.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Bsb/Gru

2,790.00

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Cai/Jnb

1,070.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Cai/Ruh

3,020.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Heinrich Mr

Cdg/Bcn/Cdg

1,040.00

 

Lambrechts Johannes Wynand Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Khoza David Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Mare Carl Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Schutte Christoffel Mr

Cdg/Bod

3,100.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Cdg/Muc/Cdg

7,059.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Cdg/Muc/Cdg

7,059.00

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Cdg/Muc/Cdg

7,059.00

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Cdg/Muc/Cdg

7,059.00

 

Vincent Dominique Mr

Cdg/Muc/Jnb/Muc/Cdg

17,197.30

 

Vincent Dominique Mr

Cdg/Muc/Jnb/Muc/Cdg

17,197.30

 

Vincent Dominique Mr

Cdg/Muc/Jnb/Muc/Cdg

17,197.30

 

Vincent Dominique Mr

Cdg/Muc/Jnb/Muc/Cdg

17,197.33

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cgk/Bkk

6,610.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cgk/Bkk

6,710.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cgk/Bkk

7,680.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cgk/Bkk/Han/Bkk

12,660.00

 

Poley Alexander John

Cph/Lpi/Cph

5,330.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Cpt/Dxb/Bkk/Han/Bkk

36,630.00

 

Roos Gideon

Cpt/Fra/Hel/Fra/Cpt

10,950.00

 

Verwey Schalk Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Cpt

1,140.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Fra/Hel Spu

16,750.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Fra/Hel Spu

20,250.00

 

Titus Albert Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Lhr/Jnb/Cpt

5,060.00

 

Carolissen Almare Ms

Cpt/Jnb/Lhr/Jnb/Cpt

5,060.00

 

Titus Werner Albert Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Lhr/Jnb/Cpt

6,040.00

 

Lategan Deon Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Muc/Vce/Muc

14,600.00

 

Koekemoer Janalbert Mr

Cpt/Jnb/Pek/Jnb/Cpt

18,960.00

 

Koekemoer Jan Albert Mr

Cpt/Lhr/Cpt

5,390.00

 

Vanrhyn Andries Mr

Cpt/Lhr/Hel/Lhr/Cpt

7,920.00

 

Vos Jacu Mr

Cpt/Lhr/Yyz/Lhr/Cpt

7,320.00

 

Steenkamp Nicolaas Mr

Cpt/Lhr/Yyz/Lhr/Cpt

7,320.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Cpt/Muc/Hel/Muc/Cpt

10,150.00

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Del/Doh/Jnb

5,170.00

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Del/Doh/Jnb

5,170.00

 

Goel Vikas Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.90

 

Goel Vikas Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.90

 

Singhania Ravinder Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.90

 

Singhania Ravinder Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.90

 

Goel Vikas Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.92

 

Singhania Ravinder Mr

Del/Dxb/Cpt Jnb/Dxb

19,729.92

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Del/Dxb/Jnb

4,805.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Del/Dxb/Jnb

4,805.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Dus/Dxb/Jnb

15,454.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Dus/Dxb/Jnb

15,454.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Dxb/Gyd/Dxb

2,160.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb

15,051.00

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Dxb/Isb

15,051.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,703.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,703.50

 

Nqwaba Andisa Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,952.50

 

Nqwaba Andisa Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,952.50

 

Searle Omaroswald Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,952.50

 

Searle Omaroswald Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,952.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

7,660.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

7,660.50

 

Verwey Schalk Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

7,660.50

 

Verwey Schalk Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

7,660.50

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,361.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,427.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,647.50

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,647.50

 

Nqwaba Andisa Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,948.50

 

Searle Omaroswald Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

8,948.50

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Malancameron Peter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Malancameron Peter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Smit Willem Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Smit Willem Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,173.50

 

Bosman Carel Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Bosman Carel Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Brits Johannes Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Brits Johannes Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,606.50

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,747.50

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,747.50

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,860.50

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,860.50

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,887.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,887.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,926.50

 

Searle Omaroswald Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,926.50

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,716.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,716.00

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,716.00

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,716.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

180.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

1,940.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaanroodt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

2,440.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,150.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,660.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,940.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaan Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

9,940.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

10,200.00

 

De Jonge Marcus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

10,710.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaanroodt Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Vandermerwe Vincent Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Pieterse Schalkwillem Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Malan Janhendrick Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Botha Johanwillemfrederik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,090.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,100.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,240.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,460.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,460.00

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

11,760.00

 

Lombard Hendrik

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

13,370.00

 

Smith Paul

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

13,370.00

 

Horstmanshof/Henk

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

13,800.00

 

Alberts Annelien Ms

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,060.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,060.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,320.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,770.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,870.00

 

Vanderberg Barendjacobus Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

14,870.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

15,170.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

18,180.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

18,180.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Dxb/Isb/Dxb

18,180.00

 

Malan Jan

Dxb/Isb/Jnb

13,800.00

 

Botha Theuinis

Dxb/Ist/Dxb

13,800.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Dxb/Jnb

1,520.00

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Dxb/Jnb

2,068.00

 

Alkeebali Mohammedali Mr

Dxb/Jnb/Dxb

34,511.61

 

Makrygiannis Georgios Mr

Dxb/Jnb/Dxb

34,511.61

 

Alkeebali Mohammedali Mr

Dxb/Jnb/Dxb

34,511.62

 

Makrygiannis Georgios Mr

Dxb/Jnb/Dxb

34,511.62

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Dxb/Mct

3,744.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Dxb/Ruh

8,060.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Dxb/Ruh/Dxb

3,790.00

 

Boikhutso William Molefe Mr

Ebb/Jnb

690.00

 

Makapela Sango Mr

Els/Jnb/Els

114.00

 

Minnies Mark Mr

Esb/Ist/Jnb

10,425.00

 

Minnies Mark Mr

Esb/Ist/Jnb

10,425.00

 

Fetumani Funyanwa Ms

Fra/Cph/Lpi

5,330.00

 

Roos/Gideonmr

Fra/Ham/Fra

4,490.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Fra/Ham/Fra

4,770.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Fra/Ham/Fra

5,080.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Fra/Jnb

10,400.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Fra/Jnb

10,400.00

 

Ehser/Harald Mr

Fra/Jnb/Fra

6,710.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Fra/Tse/Fra

13,200.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Fra/Vie/Msq/Vie/Fra

8,360.00

 

Schoombee/Jan Mr

Fra/Vie/Msq/Vie/Fra

8,360.00

 

Oberholzer/Machiel M

Fra/Vie/Msq/Vie/Fra

8,360.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Gig/Gru/Jnb

24,250.00

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Gru/Bsb

6,540.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Gru/Gig Sdu/Bsb/Sdu

9,120.00

 

Olivier / Deon Mr

Gru/Gig/Gru

8,350.00

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Gru/Gig/Gru

9,930.00

 

Opperman Rudolf Christiaan Mr

Gru/Jnb

780.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Gru/Jnb

1,443.00

 

Wessels Henning Mr

Gru/Lim/Gye/Lim/Gru

5,844.75

 

Westphal Marceduard Mr

Gru/Lim/Gye/Lim/Gru

5,844.75

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Gru/Mco/Gru

23,055.50

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Gru/Mco/Gru

23,055.50

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Gru/Uio

10,403.00

 

Jansevanrensburg/Nic

Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

2,000.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

2,000.00

 

Christie/Sybren Mr

Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

2,000.00

 

Schoombie/Kobusmr

Ham/Lhr

1,230.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Ham/Lhr

1,230.00

 

Phong Nguyenviet Mr

Han/Hkg/Jnb/Hkg/Han

33,300.00

 

Phuong Tohong Mr

Han/Hkg/Jnb/Hkg/Han

33,300.00

 

So Leba Mr

Han/Hkg/Jnb/Hkg/Han

33,300.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Han/Sgn

4,040.00

 

Roos Gieon Mr

Hel/Fra

2,590.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Hel/Fra/Jnb

860.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Fra/Jnb

2,590.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Fra/Jnb

2,590.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Ist/Jnb

11,060.00

 

Schoombee/Jan Mr

Hel/Kok/Hel

678.00

 

Schoombee/Jan

Hel/Kok/Hel

4,650.00

 

Louw/Abraham

Hel/Kok/Hel

4,650.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Muc/Jnb

1,270.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

1,340.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

1,340.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Maritz Michiel Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Duplessis Pieter Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

2,280.00

 

Louw Abraham

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,030.00

 

Van Wyk Jacob Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,030.00

 

Bosch Hennie Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,030.00

 

Debeer/Johannes Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,130.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,130.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,560.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,760.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,760.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,760.00

 

Kusel Frank Johann Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,780.00

 

Louw/Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,780.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,830.00

 

Debeer Johannes Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,830.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

4,830.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

5,120.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

5,410.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

7,300.00

 

Louw / Abraham Mr

Hel/Oul/Hel

7,380.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Ika/Dxb/Jnb

2,710.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Ika/Dxb/Jnb

2,710.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Isb/Dxb

1,942.00

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Isb/Dxb

2,372.00

 

Nadeem Amergenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Nadeem Amergenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Nadeem Amergenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Sani Farhatabbasgenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Sani Farhatabbasgenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Sani Farhatabbasgenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.80

 

Nadeem Amergenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.83

 

Sani Farhatabbasgenl

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

19,311.83

 

Ahmad Aleemuddin Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemuddin Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemuddin Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemudding Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemudding Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemudding Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Nadeem Amer Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Nadeem Amer Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Nadeem Amer Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Sani Farhatabbas Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Sani Farhatabbas Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Sani Farhatabbas Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.30

 

Ahmad Aleemuddin Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.33

 

Ahmad Aleemudding Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.33

 

Nadeem Amer Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.33

 

Sani Farhatabbas Mr

Isb/Dxb/Cpt/Dxb/Isb

20,017.33

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Ist/Dxb/Jnb

13,256.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Ist/Dxb/Jnb

13,256.00

 

Kweta Mongezigen

Jfk/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Jfk

31,374.55

 

Kweta Mongezigen

Jfk/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Jfk

31,374.55

 

Kweta Mongezigen

Jfk/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Jfk

31,374.55

 

Kweta Mongezigen

Jfk/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Jfk

31,374.58

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan Mr

Jfk/Lax/Jfk

8,950.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jfk/Lax/Jfk

8,950.00

 

Dejager Pieter Mr

Jfk/Lax/Jfk

8,950.00

 

Gray Andrew Mr

Jfk/Lax/Jfk

8,950.00

 

Ferreira Stephanus Mr

Jnb/Abj/Jnb

9,360.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Acc Lfw/Los/Jnb

12,540.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

1,565.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

1,565.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

1,565.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

1,565.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

5,679.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

5,679.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

5,679.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Add/Ndj/Add/Jnb

5,679.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Add/Ruh/Add/Jnb

12,942.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Add/Ruh/Add/Jnb

12,942.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Add/Ruh/Add/Jnb

12,942.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Add/Ruh/Add/Jnb

12,942.68

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Ams/Cdg/Alg/Jnb

24,200.00

 

Dejager Augustinus Mr

Jnb/Ams/Cdg/Jnb

4,800.00

 

Dean Hugh Mr

Jnb/Ams/Cdg/Jnb

4,800.00

 

Matthews Shaun Mr

Jnb/Ams/Cdg/Jnb

4,800.00

 

Myburg Gerrit Dr

Jnb/Ams/Tls Nce/Cdg

7,600.00

 

Daries Russel Mr

Jnb/Atl/Cvg/Lga Jfk

19,280.00

 

Dreyer/Antonie Mr

Jnb/Atl/Hnl/Sfo/Atl

12,580.00

 

Kruger Paul Johannes

Jnb/Auh

5,430.00

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Amm/Auh/Jnb

10,254.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Amm/Auh/Jnb

10,254.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Amm/Auh/Jnb

10,254.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Amm/Auh/Jnb

10,254.68

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Cdg/Auh/Jnb

7,317.93

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Cdg/Auh/Jnb

7,317.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Auh/Del/Auh/Jnb

10,510.68

 

Gertzen/Ettienemr

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Burger/Ockertmartheu

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Malan/Wilhelmmariusm

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Vanwyk/Jacobfrancism

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Duplessis/Marcel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Dmm/Auh/Jnb

11,070.00

 

Lombard Hendrikchristoffel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

12,009.86

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

12,184.19

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

12,184.20

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

18,266.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

18,266.36

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

18,305.86

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

18,305.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

19,311.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

19,311.86

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

19,838.86

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,299.11

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,299.12

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,391.11

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,391.12

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,627.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,627.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,980.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

21,980.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

22,267.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

22,267.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,082.69

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,082.70

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,120.61

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,120.62

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,799.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

23,799.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

24,073.19

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

24,073.20

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,084.86

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,084.86

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

1,000.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

1,290.00

 

Lombard Hendrikchristoffel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,310.00

 

Ntsihlele Eliassello Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,310.00

 

Pieterse Chane Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,470.00

 

Pieterse Jeanine Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,470.00

 

Vanderwalt Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,470.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,640.00

 

Motau Victor Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,640.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

2,900.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,480.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,570.00

 

Vanniekerk Johanneshendrikus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,690.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,810.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,810.00

 

Gouws/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,900.00

 

Pieterse Jeanine Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,960.00

 

Pieterse Chane Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,960.00

 

Gouws Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

3,960.00

 

Molotswa Derrick Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,010.00

 

Lombard Hendrik Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,010.00

 

Gouws Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,120.00

 

Reddy Sanusha Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Burger Ockert Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Cele Zimele Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,290.00

 

Smit/Sarel Arnoldus

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Dreyer/Antonie Chris

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Smit/Sarel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Lombard/Hendrik Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Dreyer/Antonie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Flett Alexander Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Deysel Edward Charles Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Humpries Gordon Francis Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Ryan Sean Patrick Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Yates Marinus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Pentz Ivan John Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Language Henry Herbert Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Kruger Paul Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,320.00

 

Deysel/Edward

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,370.00

 

Donaldson/Gregory

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,370.00

 

Koch/Christoffel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Smith/Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Philipp

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Philipp

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Gouws/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Totten/Daniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,410.00

 

Macrow Denzyl Peter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,430.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Philipp

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,490.00

 

Flett/Alexander Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,500.00

 

Willemse/Marthinus M

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,500.00

 

Dekock Daniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Dekock Danieljacobus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Geldenhuys Casperheinrich Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Pieterse Schalkwillem Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Smook Johanneschristiaan Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,580.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,600.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,760.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,760.00

 

Pieterse Schalk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,760.00

 

Coetzee Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,770.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Smith Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Lombard Hendrik Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Donaldson Gregory Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

4,810.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,230.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,230.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,270.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,270.00

 

Augustyn Anton Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,490.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Fletcher Deane Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Saayman Mattheus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Wright Stephenjohn Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,810.00

 

Vandenberg Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

5,930.00

 

Schroder/Harald Murr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Schroder/Harald Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Kruger/Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Augustyn/Anton Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Deysel/Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Macrow/Denzyl Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Bohmer/Wilmar Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Humphries/Gordon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Wright/Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Language/Henrymr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,090.00

 

Pretorius/Wessel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,340.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Bohmer Wilmar Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Dreyer Antonie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Macrow Denzyl Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Smit Sarel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Kruger Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Humphries Gordon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,410.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,440.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,590.00

 

Kuyper Gavin Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

7,590.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,220.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,220.00

 

Bohmer Wilmar Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Motlhabane Motheo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Pieterse Schalk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Pieterse Andrea Mrs

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Kotze James Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,310.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,330.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

8,970.00

 

Coetzee Ebenaezer Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

9,900.00

 

Smit Sarel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

10,230.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

10,230.00

 

Humpries Gordon Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

11,410.00

 

Deysel Edward Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

11,410.00

 

Reeves Jamesoliver Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

11,410.00

 

Vanniekerk Becker Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

11,410.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

20,060.00

 

Kruger Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

20,060.00

 

Venter Pieter Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

20,060.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,470.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,470.00

 

Monaheng/Othnielmr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,470.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

25,990.00

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

27,900.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

27,900.00

 

Vanbiljon Yolande Ms

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

27,900.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Visser Antonie Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

28,540.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

28,540.00

 

Ash Benjamin Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

28,850.00

 

Strydom Susara Ms

Jnb/Auh/Mct/Auh/Jnb

4,600.00

 

Ferreira/Stephanus C

Jnb/Auh/Msq/Auh/Jnb

12,200.00

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,433.05

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,433.05

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,433.05

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,433.08

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,522.55

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,522.55

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,522.55

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

9,522.58

 

Smith/Paul Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

11,260.00

 

Cele/Zimele Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

11,260.00

 

Monaheng/Othieltse

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

11,260.00

 

Ntsihlele/Elias Sell

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

11,260.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Auh/Ruh/Auh/Jnb

36,100.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Auh/Tse

2,610.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Auh/Tse

2,610.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Bjs/Jnb

5,670.00

 

Pheto/Johannes Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Han/Bkk/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Moseki/Pholetsi Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Han/Bkk/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Gouws/Johannes Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Han/Bkk/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Gouws/Johannes Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Han/Bkk/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Jnb

3,180.00

 

Ntsihlele/Elias Mr

Jnb/Bkk/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Bzv/Jnb

8,610.69

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Bzv/Jnb

8,610.70

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Bzv/Jnb

5,420.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

10,139.12

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

18,886.61

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

18,886.62

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

18,915.61

 

Nel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

18,915.62

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

5,200.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

5,200.00

 

Smith Paul Mr

Jnb/Cai/Jnb

5,200.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Cai/Ndj

16,904.36

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Cai/Ndj

16,904.36

 

Malan/Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg

1,840.00

 

Mare Carl Mr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

25,250.00

 

Schutte Christoffel Dr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

25,250.00

 

Khoza David Mr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

27,150.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

27,150.00

 

Lambrechts Johannes Wynand Mr

Jnb/Cdg Bod/Cdg/Fra

27,150.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alf/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

1,800.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

2,090.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

2,760.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

10,730.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

11,170.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

11,230.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

11,300.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

16,720.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg Bcn/Cdg

20,140.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Bcn/Cdg

11,270.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,929.09

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,929.09

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,929.09

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,929.12

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,146.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,146.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,146.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,146.68

 

Geldenhuys/Casper Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

2,090.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

2,600.00

 

Odendaal Michaelllewellyn Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Karemaker Peterarnoldus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Duthoit Alaingeorges Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Vanzegen Gerbenmarie Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Henning Pieterjacobus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Moloko Ramosidiwalter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

4,000.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

4,100.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,420.00

 

Odendaal Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,420.00

 

Vantonder Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,420.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,420.00

 

Jansevanrensburg Nicholas Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Swart Pieter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Mario Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Karmepa Erson Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Mario Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Moloko Ramosidiwalter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

6,930.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,100.00

 

Botha Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Popatlalkalyan Roopesh Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Horstmanshof Henk Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Nell Anton Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Poggenpoel Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

7,560.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,290.00

 

Jansevanrensburg Nic

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,360.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,360.00

 

Fouche Pieter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,360.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Swart Pieter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,460.00

 

Mostert Johannesreinhard Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

8,490.00

 

Schoeman Johan

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

9,850.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,030.00

 

Mostert/Johannes Rei

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,170.00

 

Enslin Gertbotha Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,440.00

 

Mostert/Johannes Rei

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,700.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,730.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,730.00

 

Nel/Daniel Maren Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,800.00

 

Vanloggerenberg/Jaco

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,800.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Hermanus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Heinrich Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

10,810.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,090.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,650.00

 

Alheit/Bertholdmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,650.00

 

Mostert/Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Enslin/Gertmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Vantonder/Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,730.00

 

Geldenhuys/Casper Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,780.00

 

Scholtz/Pieterdutoit

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,780.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,780.00

 

Scholtz/Pieterdutoit

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,870.00

 

Enslin/Gertmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

11,870.00

 

Vanniekerk Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,010.00

 

Panday Ravin Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,010.00

 

Gouws Pieter Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,010.00

 

Schoman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Williams David Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Karemaker Peterarnoldus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Odendaal Michaelllewellyn Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Vandenberg Louis Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Vanzegen Gerbenmarie Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Duthoit Alaingeorges Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Henning Pieterjacobus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrus Her

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,400.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,470.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,530.00

 

Smith Paul Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,530.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,530.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

12,780.00

 

Scholtz Pieterdutoit Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

14,490.00

 

Moseki/Pholetsi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

14,970.00

 

Enslin/Gertmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

14,970.00

 

Conradie/Danielmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

14,970.00

 

Malan/Wilhelm Marius

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,150.00

 

Jansevanrensburg/Nic

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,150.00

 

Malan/Wilhelm Marius

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,150.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,580.00

 

Muir/Peter Wade Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,900.00

 

Vantonder/Johan Fran

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

15,900.00

 

Vantonder/Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,300.00

 

Enslin/Gertmr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,300.00

 

Safodien Ebrahim Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,480.00

 

Meyer Neil Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,480.00

 

Fakier Ismail Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

16,480.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,140.00

 

Vantonder Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,140.00

 

Morster Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,140.00

 

Moloko Ramisidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,140.00

 

Venter Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,160.00

 

Vanniekerk Johanneshendrikus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Gouws Pieterretief Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Lombard Hendrikchristoffel Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Ntsihlele Eliassello Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,230.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,720.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

18,720.00

 

Williams/David Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

19,530.00

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

19,530.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,050.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,770.00

 

Vanrooyen/Adriaan Ma

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,900.00

 

Panday/Ravin Munnynu

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,900.00

 

Conradie/Daniel Jaco

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

20,900.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Jnb

25,120.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cdg/Ruh

20,130.00

 

Scholtz/Pieterdutoit

Jnb/Cdg/Alg/Cgd/Jnb

11,690.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Bcn Alg/Cdg

14,800.00

 

Koekemoer/Petrusmr

Jnb/Cdg/Bcn/Cdg/Alg

19,090.00

 

Geldenhuys Heinrich Mr(Chd)

Jnb/Cdg/Bcn/Cdg/Jnb

2,630.00

 

Geldenhuys Malinda Mrs

Jnb/Cdg/Bcn/Cdg/Jnb

3,500.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Biq/Cdg/Jnb

12,369.55

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Biq/Cdg/Jnb

12,369.55

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Biq/Cdg/Jnb

12,369.55

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Biq/Cdg/Jnb

12,369.58

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Dus

23,554.86

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Dus

23,554.86

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Gyd/Cdg/Haj

25,020.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Cdg/Ham/Cdg/Jnb

9,940.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

17,171.86

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

17,171.86

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,411.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,411.36

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,429.36

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,429.36

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,767.11

 

Kleynhans Theo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,767.12

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,785.11

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,785.12

 

Carim Abdul Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

21,213.11

 

Carim Abdul Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

21,213.12

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,463.11

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,463.11

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,463.12

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,463.12

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,493.11

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

22,493.12

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

36,744.61

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

36,744.62

 

Chiliza Trevor Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

9,040.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

10,120.00

 

Lentsoane/Nape Ntset

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

10,700.00

 

Dekock/Christo Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

10,700.00

 

Govender Bhevene Ms

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Visser Coert Johannes Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

12,130.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

13,060.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

13,060.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

14,210.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

19,460.00

 

Vanwyk Henrico Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

20,620.00

 

Vanwyk/Henrico Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

31,470.00

 

Alheit/Berthold Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Kbp/Cdg/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Human Rosalyn Ms

Jnb/Cdg/Lax/Cdg/Jnb

13,280.00

 

Schoeman/Johann Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Lhr/Cdg/Alg

17,950.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Cdg/Lhr/Cdg/Jnb

14,600.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Muc/Cdg/Jnb

4,100.00

 

Vantonder/Johan Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Tls/Cdg/Jnb

10,600.00

 

India Mongezi Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

20,859.86

 

India Mongezi Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

20,859.86

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Doh/Del/Doh/Jnb

7,674.80

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Doh/Del/Doh/Jnb

7,674.83

 

Nair Reshen Mr

Jnb/Doh/Dmm/Doh/Jnb

6,900.00

 

Schoeman Johan Mr

Jnb/Doh/Dmm/Doh/Jnb

9,450.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Doh/Dmm/Doh/Jnb

9,450.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Doh/Dmm/Doh/Jnb

9,450.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Doh/Jnb

27,239.14

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Doh/Jnb

27,239.14

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Doh/Jnb

27,239.15

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Doh/Jnb

27,239.15

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Doh/Kwi/Doh/Jnb

11,700.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb Mct/Dxb/Kul

15,269.90

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb Mct/Dxb/Kul

15,269.90

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb Mct/Dxb/Kul

15,269.92

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

19,014.90

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

19,014.90

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Dxb Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,440.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg Bcn/Dxb

7,580.00

 

Koekemoer Janalbert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Cpt

120.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Cpt

120.00

 

Koekemoer Janalbert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Cpt

9,070.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Cpt

9,070.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,604.09

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,604.09

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,604.09

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,604.12

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,473.84

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,473.84

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,473.84

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,473.87

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

250.00

 

Venter Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

250.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

250.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

300.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

300.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

5,790.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

5,790.00

 

Ndhlovu Patrick Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,120.00

 

Karmepa Ersonrollen Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,120.00

 

Vandenberg Mario Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,120.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,180.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,430.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,450.00

 

Koekemoer Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,450.00

 

Hlophe Benjaminhector Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,570.00

 

Reyneke Pietervernon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,570.00

 

Forsythe Amanda Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,230.00

 

Williams David Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,230.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,370.00

 

Venter Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,370.00

 

Vantonder Johan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,960.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,960.00

 

Moloko Ramosidi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

7,960.00

 

Venter Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,050.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Jonker Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Geldenhuys Casper Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Enslin Gert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Vandenberg Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,400.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

8,530.00

 

Panday Ravin Munnynund Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Jnb

13,410.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Ruh

4,458.75

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Ruh

4,458.75

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Ruh

4,458.75

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Alg/Dxb/Ruh

4,458.75

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Amm/Dxb/Jnb

11,429.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Amm/Dxb/Jnb

11,429.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Amm/Dxb/Jnb

11,429.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Amm/Dxb/Jnb

11,429.08

 

Malan Wilhelm

Jnb/Dxb/Aur/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Vanwyk Jacob

Jnb/Dxb/Aur/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Retief Andre

Jnb/Dxb/Aur/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bkk/Han/Bkk

13,040.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

8,588.79

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

8,588.81

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.79

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.79

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.79

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.79

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.81

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Blr Del/Dxb

11,161.81

 

Stewart Marena Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Blr/Vga/Hyd

25,570.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom Del/Dxb

1,901.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.59

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.62

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,443.62

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

6,483.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

9,062.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,563.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,563.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,563.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,563.43

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,775.93

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,775.93

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,775.93

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

10,775.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

11,255.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

11,255.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

11,255.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Bom/Dxb/Jnb

11,255.43

 

Monaheng Othniel

Jnb/Dxb/Cai/Ruh/Dxb

5,660.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.08

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cdg/Dxb/Jnb

11,031.08

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

9,363.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

9,363.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

9,363.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

9,363.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,409.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,409.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,409.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,409.83

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,629.30

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,629.30

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,629.30

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

10,629.33

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cgk/Dxb/Jnb

8,130.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cmb/Dxb/Jnb

9,569.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cmb/Dxb/Jnb

9,569.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cmb/Dxb/Jnb

9,569.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Cmb/Dxb/Jnb

9,569.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del Bom/Dxb

9,663.13

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del Bom/Dxb

9,663.13

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del Bom/Dxb

9,663.13

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

1,527.50

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

1,527.50

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,096.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,096.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,096.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,096.93

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,218.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,218.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,218.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,218.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,864.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,864.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,864.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

9,864.43

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Lessing Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Maritz Nicholasgerarddavid Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

10,289.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

13,468.80

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Del/Dxb/Jnb

13,468.80

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,790.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,790.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,790.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,790.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

9,512.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

9,512.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

9,512.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

9,512.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

11,056.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

11,056.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

11,056.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

11,056.18

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,850.00

 

Nedzamba Thendo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

8,850.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

34,030.00

 

Duplessis/Marcelle

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Burger/Ockert

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Malan/Wilhelm

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Vanwyk/Jacob

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Gertzen/Ettiene

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

6,260.00

 

Duplessis/Marcel

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

6,260.00

 

Duplessis/Marcelle

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

6,260.00

 

Duplessis/Marcel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

8,690.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

8,690.00

 

Vanwyk/Jacob Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

8,690.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

9,680.00

 

Bean Jaco Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,580.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,580.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dmm/Dxb/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

8,613.43

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

8,613.43

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

8,613.43

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

8,613.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

9,383.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

9,383.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

9,383.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dus/Dxb/Jnb

9,383.43

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Jansevanrensburg/Nic

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Christie/Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

11,240.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

11,240.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Gyd/Dxb/Jnb

11,240.00

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ham/Dxb/Jnb

14,429.30

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ham/Dxb/Jnb

14,429.30

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ham/Dxb/Jnb

14,429.30

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ham/Dxb/Jnb

14,429.33

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Han/Dxb/Jnb

12,447.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Han/Dxb/Jnb

12,447.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Han/Dxb/Jnb

12,447.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Han/Dxb/Jnb

12,447.58

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Icn/Dxb/Jnb

8,469.59

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Icn/Dxb/Jnb

8,469.59

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Icn/Dxb/Jnb

8,469.59

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Icn/Dxb/Jnb

8,469.62

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ika/Dxb/Jnb

10,985.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ika/Dxb/Jnb

10,985.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ika/Dxb/Jnb

10,985.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ika/Dxb/Jnb

10,985.33

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

7,429.30

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

7,429.33

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,859.93

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,859.93

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,859.93

 

Vanstaade Elizabeth Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,859.93

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

8,974.83

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,019.30

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,019.30

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,019.30

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,019.33

 

Bosman Carel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,276.05

 

Bosman Carel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

9,276.05

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,086.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,086.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,086.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,086.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,157.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,157.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,157.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,157.43

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,169.93

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,169.93

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,169.93

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,169.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,237.59

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,237.59

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,237.59

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,237.62

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,633.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,633.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,633.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

10,633.33

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,101.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,101.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,101.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,101.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.55

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.58

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.58

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

11,268.58

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

13,554.18

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

13,554.18

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

13,554.18

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

13,554.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,132.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,132.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,132.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,132.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,252.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,252.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,252.80

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,252.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,327.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,327.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,327.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

15,327.08

 

Berthold/Alheit

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

17,770.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

25,380.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

29,190.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

29,190.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Isb/Dxb/Jnb

31,350.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

10,252.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

10,252.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

10,252.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

10,252.68

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Horsstmanshof Henk

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Malan Jan

Jnb/Dxb/Ist/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

1,515.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,007.19

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,007.20

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,487.61

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,487.62

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,722.19

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,722.19

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,722.20

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

19,722.20

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,000.61

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,000.62

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,130.36

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,130.36

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,519.69

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,519.70

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,709.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

20,709.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,110.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,110.86

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,554.19

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,554.19

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,554.20

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,554.20

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,813.11

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,813.12

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,946.11

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,946.12

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,960.61

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

21,960.62

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

22,590.36

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

22,590.36

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

22,746.86

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

22,746.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,261.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,261.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,345.61

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,345.62

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,545.11

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,545.12

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,841.86

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

23,841.86

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,230.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,230.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,301.36

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,301.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,339.64

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,339.65

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,390.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,390.86

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,390.86

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,390.86

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,444.86

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,444.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,644.86

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,644.86

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,678.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

24,678.36

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

25,097.86

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

25,097.86

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

30,121.11

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

30,121.12

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,259.14

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,259.15

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.64

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.64

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.64

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.65

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.65

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,383.65

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,459.64

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,459.64

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,459.65

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

33,459.65

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

34,115.61

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

34,115.61

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

34,115.62

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

34,115.62

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

36,574.62

 

Vanderberg Barendjacobus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

690.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

690.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaanroodt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

900.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

1,650.00

 

Vanbiljon Yolande Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,090.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,580.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,600.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Loock / Coenraad

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Strydom / Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,780.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,780.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,780.00

 

Marais Isabella Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,780.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,860.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,880.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,960.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,990.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,990.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

5,990.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,040.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,120.00

 

Pentz/Ivan

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,130.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,220.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,320.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,340.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,340.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,400.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,400.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,640.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,650.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,660.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,660.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,660.00

 

Wright Stephen Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,660.00

 

Loock/Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,760.00

 

Strydom/Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,760.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,800.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,910.00

 

Prinsloo Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,990.00

 

Vanderwalt Christo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,990.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,990.00

 

Dekock Daniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

6,990.00

 

Loock/Conraad

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,030.00

 

Strydom/Willem

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,030.00

 

Strydom Willem

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,030.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,070.00

 

Strydom/Willemmr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Uys/Anthonie Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Vandermerwe/Johannes

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Goedvolk/Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Viljoen/Daniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Loock/Coenraadmr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Goedvolk/Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Viljoen/Daniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,110.00

 

Dekock Daniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,460.00

 

Vanderwalt Christo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,460.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Engelbrecht Adriaanroodt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Vandermerwe Vincent Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Pieterse Schalkwillem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Malan Janhendrik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Botha Johanwillemfrederik Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Augustyn Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,490.00

 

Lombord Hendrik

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Smith Paul

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Goedvolk/Abri

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Loock/Coenraad

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Strdom/Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Joubert/Johannes

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,570.00

 

Cele/Zimele Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Ferreira/Stephanus M

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Vanstaade/Burt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Strydom/Willemmr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Loock/Coenraadmr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,600.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,670.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Alberts Annelien Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Horstmanshof Henkrobert Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Vanderberg Barendjacobus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,810.00

 

Strydom Willem

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,930.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

7,940.00

 

Goedvolk Abri Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Cele Zimele

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Loock Coenraad

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,230.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,270.00

 

De Jonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Joubert Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Potgieter Renier Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,440.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,440.00

 

Strydom Susara Mrs

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,440.00

 

Prinsloo Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,600.00

 

De Jonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

8,630.00

 

Strydom Willem

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,030.00

 

Alberts Isabella Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,060.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,060.00

 

Vanjaarsveld Eugene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,140.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

9,140.00

 

Loock Coenraad Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

17,780.00

 

Viljoen Gerrit Dr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

36,020.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

40,850.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi Isb/Dxb

19,990.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

11,751.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

11,751.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

11,751.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

11,751.83

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

12,952.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

12,952.30

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

12,952.30

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Khi/Dxb/Jnb

52,750.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Amm

15,404.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Amm

15,404.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Amm

15,404.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Amm

15,404.08

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

1,033.75

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

1,033.75

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,783.43

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,783.43

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,783.43

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,783.43

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,933.07

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

7,933.08

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,525.55

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,525.55

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,525.55

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,525.58

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,811.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,811.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,811.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,811.93

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

9,968.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

9,968.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

9,968.80

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

9,968.83

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,105.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,105.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,105.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,105.83

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,781.80

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,781.80

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,781.80

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,781.83

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,835.18

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

10,835.18

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

11,034.30

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

11,034.30

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

11,034.30

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

11,034.33

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

14,881.05

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

14,881.05

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

14,881.08

 

Strydom/Williem

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

8,160.00

 

Haines Christopher Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kul/Dxb/Jnb

30,090.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

9,837.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

9,837.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

9,837.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

9,837.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

10,870.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

10,870.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

10,870.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

10,870.43

 

Vanstaade/Burt

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

7,460.00

 

Vanstaade Burt Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Kwi/Dxb/Jnb

8,850.00

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct

1,565.00

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct

1,565.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

5,847.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

5,847.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,138.05

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,138.08

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,394.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,394.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,394.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,394.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,938.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,938.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,938.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

10,938.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,004.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,004.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,004.93

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,004.93

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,015.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,015.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,015.68

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,015.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,542.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,542.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,542.80

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

11,542.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

15,360.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

15,360.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

15,360.55

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

15,360.58

 

Goedvolk/Abri

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

8,650.00

 

Loock/Conraad

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

8,650.00

 

Strydom Willem Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Jnb

24,700.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Kwi

16,404.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Kwi

16,404.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Kwi

16,404.68

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Mct/Dxb/Kwi

16,404.68

 

Schoombie/Kobusmr

Jnb/Dxb/Nce Lhr/Dxb

7,900.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Dxb/Nce Lhr/Dxb

11,230.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek

12,133.36

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek

12,133.36

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,543.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,543.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,543.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,543.18

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

7,920.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,214.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,482.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,488.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,488.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,488.93

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

8,488.93

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,189.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,189.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,189.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,189.33

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.82

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.83

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.83

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

13,290.83

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

14,773.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

14,773.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

14,773.32

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

14,773.33

 

Wessels/Johannes

Jnb/Dxb/Pek/Dxb/Jnb

28,820.00

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Rgn/Dxb/Jnb

11,141.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Rgn/Dxb/Jnb

11,141.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Rgn/Dxb/Jnb

11,141.30

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Rgn/Dxb/Jnb

11,141.33

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh Muc/Dxb

8,590.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,036.09

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,036.12

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,197.84

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,197.84

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,197.84

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,197.87

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.84

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.87

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.87

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,217.87

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,984.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,984.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,984.43

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,984.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,009.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,009.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,009.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,009.43

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,086.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,086.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,086.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,086.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,726.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,726.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,726.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,726.93

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,963.18

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,963.18

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,963.18

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,963.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,584.84

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,584.84

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,584.84

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,584.84

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

14,194.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

14,194.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

14,194.93

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

14,194.93

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

15,975.43

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

15,975.43

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

15,975.43

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,386.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,386.68

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,386.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,699.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,699.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,699.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,699.08

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,846.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,846.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,846.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

16,846.68

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,514.05

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,514.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,514.05

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,514.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.57

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.58

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

17,673.58

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

600.00

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

900.00

 

Paschini/Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

1,800.00

 

Paschini/Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

1,800.00

 

Labuschagne Andre

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

1,805.00

 

Labuschagne Andre'

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

5,320.00

 

Paschini Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

5,320.00

 

Cele/Zimele

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

5,320.00

 

Cele Zimele Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

6,320.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

6,460.00

 

Schoombee Jan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

6,460.00

 

Paschini/Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,120.00

 

Paschini Adriano

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,120.00

 

Labuschagne/Andre

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,120.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,360.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,360.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,770.00

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,770.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,770.00

 

Schoeman/Johannes

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,890.00

 

Mentz/Petrus

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,890.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Labuschagne Andre Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Paul Gerald Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,060.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,240.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,240.00

 

Steenekamp Andries Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,240.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,360.00

 

Fouche Pieter

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Gerzen Ettiene

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Pieterse Hendriek

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Swanepoel Pieter Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Mentz Petrus

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Schoeman Johannes Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Monaheng Othniel

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,430.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,940.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,290.00

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,290.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,550.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,680.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

9,740.00

 

Christie Sybren Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,160.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,160.00

 

Maree Anton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,190.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

10,970.00

 

Schoeman Johan Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

11,240.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,980.00

 

Paschinin Andriano Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

12,980.00

 

Labuschagne Andre Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

13,100.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

19,240.00

 

Steenekamp Andries Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

19,240.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

22,060.00

 

Viljoen Gerrit Dr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

35,050.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

35,120.00

 

Monaheng Otehniel

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

39,670.00

 

Viljoen Gerrit Dr

Jnb/Dxb/Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

41,580.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Sin Cgk/Dxb

12,214.24

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Sin Cgk/Dxb

12,214.24

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Sin Cgk/Dxb

12,214.24

 

Paschini/Adriano Mr

Jnb/Dxd/Lhr/Dxb/Ruh

12,280.00

 

Boikhutso William Molefe Mr

Jnb/Ebb/Jnb

5,160.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ebb/Jnb

6,180.00

 

Vanwyk Henrico Mr

Jnb/Ebb/Nbo/Jnb

8,400.00

 

Lagrange/Tristanmr

Jnb/Eze/Lim/Gru/Jnb

16,450.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ams Cdg/Fra

7,750.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ams/Fra/Jnb

6,000.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ams/Fra/Jnb

6,000.00

 

Mills Ralph Mr

Jnb/Fra/Arn/Fra/Jnb

16,010.00

 

Matthews Shaun Mr

Jnb/Fra/Arn/Fra/Jnb

16,010.00

 

Roos Stefanus Dawid Dr

Jnb/Fra/Arn/Fra/Jnb

16,010.00

 

Dreyer Antonie Mr

Jnb/Fra/Blq/Muc/Jnb

15,050.00

 

Gibbons Ivanfrank Mr

Jnb/Fra/Blq/Muc/Jnb

15,050.00

 

Mouton Andries Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

9,800.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

9,800.00

 

Mouton Andries Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

9,890.00

 

Mouton Andries Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

10,750.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

10,750.00

 

Schoombee Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

10,750.00

 

Schoeman Johan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

14,750.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bre/Fra/Jnb

14,750.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

14,092.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

14,092.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

14,092.80

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

14,092.83

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

7,500.00

 

Dejager Augustinus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

8,700.00

 

Matthews Shaun Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

8,700.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

15,050.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

15,050.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Fra/Cdg/Muc/Jnb

4,170.00

 

Poley Alexander John Mr

Jnb/Fra/Cph/Fra/Jnb

16,000.00

 

Fetumani Funyanwa Ms

Jnb/Fra/Cph/Fra/Jnb

16,000.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Fra/Iad

29,701.43

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Fra/Iad

29,701.43

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Fra/Iad

29,701.43

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Fra/Iad

29,701.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dme/Muc/Cpt

54,500.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dus Ams/Fra

7,750.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Fra/Dus/Fra/Jnb

7,500.00

 

Viljoen/Gerritdr

Jnb/Fra/Fco/Fra/Jnb

12,790.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Haj/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Viljoen Marius Mr

Jnb/Fra/Haj/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Haj/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Hel

12,750.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

15,045.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

15,045.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

15,045.18

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

15,045.18

 

Roos Gideon Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

7,860.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Xaxa/Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,400.00

 

Chiliza/Trevor Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,400.00

 

.Rossouw/Andre Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,400.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,600.00

 

Moraal/Egbertmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,600.00

 

Xaxa/Vuyokazi Mirand

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,600.00

 

Schoombee Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,990.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

9,990.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

10,200.00

 

Rossouw/Andre Mr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

12,980.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

13,100.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Ham/Fra/Jnb

13,810.00

 

Botha/Frederik Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel Tku/Cph

11,650.00

 

Neu/Wilhelm Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel Tku/Cph

11,650.00

 

Vanderlinde/Andries

Jnb/Fra/Hel Tku/Cph

11,650.00

 

Jansenvanrensburg/Da

Jnb/Fra/Hel Tku/Cph

13,150.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Haj

20,060.00

 

Louw/Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,070.00

 

Schoombee/Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,070.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,920.00

 

Vanwyk Jacob Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,920.00

 

Bosch Hennie Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,920.00

 

Duplessis Pieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,930.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

8,930.00

 

Weideman Marthinus Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,250.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,480.00

 

Debeer Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,480.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,480.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,480.00

 

Williams David Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

10,850.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

11,500.00

 

Kusel Frank Johann Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

11,500.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

11,810.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,300.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

13,440.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

15,750.00

 

Debeer Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

15,750.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

15,750.00

 

Bruwer Schalk Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

16,550.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

16,550.00

 

Siebrits Pieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

16,550.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Fra/Jnb

16,840.00

 

Williams David

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Muc/Jnb

7,960.00

 

Vosloo Andre

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Muc/Jnb

8,450.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Muc/Jnb

15,080.00

 

Roos Gieon Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Oul/Hel

10,480.00

 

Moraal/Egbert Mr

Jnb/Fra/Hel/Oul/Hel

11,870.00

 

Mlambo Mandlenkosi Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

21,001.86

 

Mlambo Mandlenkosi Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

21,001.86

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

21,001.86

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

21,001.86

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

22,453.36

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

22,453.36

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

29,554.36

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

29,554.36

 

Schoombee/Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

5,510.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

5,510.00

 

Oberholzer/Machiel M

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

5,510.00

 

Dean Hugh Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

7,200.00

 

Wasserman Werner Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

7,200.00

 

Mills Ralph Mr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

7,200.00

 

Roos Stefanus Dr

Jnb/Fra/Jnb

7,200.00

 

Botha/Theunis Mr

Jnb/Fra/Kbp/Fra/Jnb

13,850.00

 

Malan/Jan Mr

Jnb/Fra/Kbp/Fra/Jnb

13,850.00

 

Oberholzer/Machielmr

Jnb/Fra/Msq/Fra/Jnb

10,950.00

 

Huysamer/Barendmr

Jnb/Fra/Msq/Fra/Jnb

11,450.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Fra/Mxp/Ham/Fra

15,150.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Fra/Mxp/Ham/Fra

15,150.00

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

9,435.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

9,435.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

9,435.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

9,435.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Fra/Osl/Fra/Jnb

10,020.68

 

Mills Raph Mr

Jnb/Fra/Tse/Fra/Jnb

12,490.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Fra/Tse/Fra/Jnb

12,490.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Yow/Yyc/Yow

19,820.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Jnb/Fra/Zrh/Fra/Jnb

15,650.00

 

Mills Ralph Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

2,550.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru

30,812.39

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Gru Bsb/Gru/Jnb

16,700.00

 

Moolman Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bog/Gye/Lim

6,601.93

 

Smit Nicolaasjohannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bog/Gye/Lim

7,899.68

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

1,730.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

8,730.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

9,370.00

 

Wilson/Denisemrs

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

10,700.00

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

18,150.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

19,880.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Jnb

33,020.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/Gru/Sdu

49,440.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ccs/Gru/Jnb

21,840.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ccs/Gru/Jnb

21,840.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig Sdu/Bsb

3,560.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

10,705.80

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

10,705.83

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

11,160.18

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

11,160.18

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

8,110.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

21,260.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

25,090.36

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

25,090.36

 

Boikhutso/William Mo

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

6,140.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

6,770.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,210.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,620.00

 

Khoza David Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Mostert Albertus Willem Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Vanstaden Marthinus Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Wilson Denise Mary Ms

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Zietsman Enrico Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,670.00

 

Cardinal Vivianwilliam Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,950.00

 

Vanderwalt Christo Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,950.00

 

Schoeman Len Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

8,950.00

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,020.00

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,260.00

 

Vanrensburg Barend Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,300.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,400.00

 

Ferreira Solomon Mathinus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,400.00

 

Mostert Albertus Willem Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Vanstaden Marthinus Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Zietsman Enrico Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Khoza Andriesdavid Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Ronnenbergh John Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Opperman Rudolf Christiaan Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

9,710.00

 

Pirzenthal Stephen Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

10,090.00

 

Foxcroft William Thomas Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

10,090.00

 

Labuschagne Petrus Ignatius Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

10,090.00

 

Khoza Andries David Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

10,090.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

13,300.00

 

Pirzenthal Stephen Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

13,300.00

 

Visser Vernon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gye/Lim

8,974.68

 

Wolff Friedrich Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gye/Lim

8,974.68

 

Staats Robert Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gye/Scl

6,526.43

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Uio/Lim

20,574.18

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Pirzenthal Stephen Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Mare Jacob Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

De Jonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Khoza Andries Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,440.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

15,880.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mao/Gru/Jnb

45,840.00

 

Laubscher Martin Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mvd Eze/Gru

11,786.07

 

Rautenbach Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mvd Eze/Gru

11,786.07

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Ccs

15,280.62

 

Raman Trevorchristopher Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

12,095.84

 

Raman Trevorchristopher Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

12,095.87

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

12,109.84

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

12,109.87

 

Cardinal Vivian Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

11,590.00

 

Schutte Christoffel Dr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

11,590.00

 

Lambrechts Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

11,590.00

 

Wilson Denise Mrs

Jnb/Gru/Poa/Gru/Jnb

11,590.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

12,971.43

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

12,971.43

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,037.68

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,037.68

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,047.93

 

Vika Vuyelwa Ms

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,047.93

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,097.68

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

13,097.68

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

15,176.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Gru/Sdu/Gru/Jnb

15,176.18

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ssa/Gru/Jnb

12,259.43

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ssa/Gru/Jnb

12,259.43

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ssa/Gru/Jnb

13,573.68

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Gru/Ssa/Gru/Jnb

13,573.68

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Ctu Pvg/Hkg

14,330.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Han/Bkk/Fra

51,610.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Han/Hkg/Jnb

12,310.00

 

Carter Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Hgh/Hkg/Jnb

11,800.00

 

Roos/Josefmr

Jnb/Hkg/Jnb

14,680.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Bkk/Han

22,990.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

22,398.80

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

22,398.80

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

22,398.80

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

22,398.83

 

Kistan Prevani Ms

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

12,030.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

12,470.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Icn/Hkg

14,080.00

 

Mayisela/Sihle Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Jnb

14,330.00

 

Valliarampath Joe Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Hkg/Jnb

10,950.00

 

Duplessis Roelof Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Hkg/Jnb

10,950.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Pek/Hkg

13,260.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Pek/Hkg

13,260.00

 

Padayachee Desigan

Jnb/Hkg/Xiy/Pek/Jnb

9,840.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,182.86

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,182.86

 

Shoke Solly Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,182.86

 

Shoke Solly Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,182.86

 

Litlhakanyane Putswe Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,189.36

 

Litlhakanyane Putswe Mr

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

5,189.36

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Iad Sfo/Jfk/Jnb

24,749.90

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Iad Sfo/Jfk/Jnb

24,749.90

 

Xaxa Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Iad Sfo/Jfk/Jnb

24,749.92

 

Mlambo/Mandlenkosi M

Jnb/Iad/Atl/Iad/Jnb

9,730.00

 

Havinga Marthinuscarl Mr

Jnb/Iad/Bos/Iad/Jnb

13,910.00

 

Mahlangu Sundaymichael Mr

Jnb/Iad/Bos/Iad/Jnb

21,150.00

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Iad/Sfo/Iad/Jnb

12,683.43

 

Makhatini Mxolisi Mr

Jnb/Iad/Sfo/Iad/Jnb

12,683.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Ist

31,260.39

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Alg/Ist/Jnb

14,185.05

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Alg/Ist/Jnb

14,185.05

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Alg/Ist/Jnb

14,185.05

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Alg/Ist/Jnb

14,185.08

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist

12,551.79

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist

12,551.79

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist

12,551.81

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

14,027.59

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

14,027.59

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

14,027.59

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

14,027.62

 

Ferreira Stephanus Mr

Jnb/Ist/Esb/Ist/Jnb

9,930.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

4,520.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

7,470.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

8,030.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

11,160.00

 

Schoeman/Johannmr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

11,990.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

12,610.00

 

Botha Theunis Mr

Jnb/Ist/Gyd/Ist/Jnb

13,470.00

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

21,792.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

21,792.36

 

Ferreira Stephanus Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

10,230.00

 

Ferreira Stepahanus Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

13,610.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Ist/Jnb

13,610.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Jnb/Ist/Ods Ist/Jnb

15,280.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Ist/Ods Ist/Jnb

15,280.00

 

Mouton Andries Jacob

Jnb/Ist/Ods/Ist/Jnb

7,350.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Ist/Ods/Ist/Jnb

13,470.00

 

Boikhutso William Molefe Mr

Jnb/Ist/Tip/Ist/Jnb

9,240.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Jfk Ewr/Mem/Ewr

14,840.00

 

Haasbroek Johannes Mr

Jnb/Jfk Lga/Ord/Cid

31,450.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Dca/Mco/Jfk

19,560.68

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

11,000.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

11,000.00

 

Dejager Pieter Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

11,000.00

 

Gray Andrew Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

11,000.00

 

Brits Johannes Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax Jfk/Jnb

13,050.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax Jfk/Jnb

13,050.00

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan

Jnb/Jfk/Lax Jfk/Jnb

13,050.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax Jfk/Jnb

13,050.00

 

Spence Jameslance Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Iad/Jnb

19,390.00

 

Botha Chantel Ms

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Iad/Jnb

19,390.00

 

Dejager Pieter Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

14,620.00

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

14,620.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

14,620.00

 

Gray Andrew Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

14,620.00

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

15,180.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

15,180.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

15,180.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Jansen Wessel Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Lax/Jfk/Jnb

28,170.00

 

Stander/Tinus Dr

Jnb/Jfk/Yul/Jfk/Jnb

22,580.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Lad/Jnb

2,790.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Lhr Cdg/Muc/Jnb

7,300.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Jnb/Lhr Cdg/Muc/Jnb

9,260.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Lhr Cdg/Muc/Jnb

9,260.00

 

Hauptfleisch Carelwillem Mr

Jnb/Lhr Cdg/Muc/Jnb

9,260.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Jnb/Lhr Fco/Muc/Jnb

9,600.00

 

Schoombie/Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr Psa/Muc/Jnb

7,240.00

 

Vanwyk/Henrico Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Bcn/Cdg/Lhr

6,940.00

 

Vanwyk Henrico Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Bcn/Lhr/Jnb

18,460.00

 

Daya Preteshkumar Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Brs/Lhr/Jnb

3,143.43

 

Daya Preteshkumar Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Brs/Lhr/Jnb

3,143.43

 

Retief Stephanus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Edi/Lhr/Jnb

6,090.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Ham/Muc/Jnb

6,740.00

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Ham/Muc/Jnb

6,740.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,063.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,063.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,142.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,142.36

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,202.36

 

Wessels Johannes Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

23,202.36

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

24,886.11

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

24,886.12

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

25,125.36

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

25,125.36

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

26,906.36

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

26,906.36

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

27,020.36

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

27,020.36

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

39,419.64

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

39,419.65

 

Hauptfleisch Carelwillem Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

790.00

 

Collins Lloyd Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

1,390.00

 

Bezuidenhout/Justin

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Mcfadyen Iain Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Duplessis Roelof Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Steenkamp Andries Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,610.00

 

Botha Jacobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

5,750.00

 

Dreyer Antonie Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

6,060.00

 

Steenekamp Andriespetrus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

6,160.00

 

Collins Lloyd Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

6,830.00

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

7,710.00

 

Gibbons Ivan Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

7,890.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

9,590.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

9,590.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

10,310.00

 

Schoombie Kobus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Kusel Frank Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

10,840.00

 

Dekock/Christomr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

11,450.00

 

Wessels/Johannesmr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

11,450.00

 

Paschini Adriano Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

12,550.00

 

Blignaut Roelof Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

12,850.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

34,090.00

 

Monaheng Othniel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

34,090.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Muc/Jnb

5,090.00

 

Singarum Colin Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Mxp Fco/Fra

10,126.24

 

Singarum Colin Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Mxp Fco/Fra

10,126.24

 

Meiring Daniel Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Yyz/Lhr/Jnb

6,530.00

 

Vanstaade/Burtmr

Jnb/Los/Abv/Los/Jnb

21,820.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Los/Jnb

5,040.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Los/Jnb

7,100.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Muc Fra/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Dejonge Marcus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Arn/Muc/Jnb

10,400.00

 

Gertzen Ettiene Mr

Jnb/Muc/Bre/Fra/Jnb

16,550.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Muc/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

12,500.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Cdg/Fra/Jnb

12,500.00

 

Mann/Justin Mr

Jnb/Muc/Cph/Muc/Jnb

18,940.00

 

Dejonge/Marcus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Cph/Muc/Jnb

18,940.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Jnb/Muc/Dus/Zrh/Haj

1,290.00

 

Mhlontlo Zwelifikile Mr

Jnb/Muc/Dus/Zrh/Haj

50,700.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Got/Fra/Jnb

12,577.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Got/Fra/Jnb

12,577.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Got/Fra/Jnb

12,577.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Muc/Got/Fra/Jnb

12,577.68

 

Viljoen Marius Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

8,030.00

 

Terblanche Henk Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

8,030.00

 

Viljoen Marius Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Blom Ebenerasmus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Dekoster Janadri Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ham/Muc/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,421.93

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,421.93

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,421.93

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Fra/Jnb

12,421.93

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Muc/Jnb

10,640.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Muc/Jnb

11,250.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Muc/Jnb

12,160.00

 

Maritz Michiel Mr

Jnb/Muc/Hel/Muc/Jnb

12,160.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

24,088.61

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

24,088.62

 

Pretorius Ernst Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

950.00

 

Fouche/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

3,930.00

 

Pretorius Ernst Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

6,350.00

 

Kohlmeyer Friedel Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

6,680.00

 

Vanderlinde Jacques Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

6,680.00

 

Labuschagne Andre Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

8,630.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

8,720.00

 

Venter Petrus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

8,720.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

8,720.00

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

9,960.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Mrs Ham/Fra

8,400.00

 

Schoombie Kobus

Jnb/Muc/Mrs Ham/Fra

8,400.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Muc/Mrs/Muc/Jnb

8,600.00

 

Mentz/Petrusmr

Jnb/Muc/Mrs/Muc/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Schoombie/Kobus Mr

Jnb/Muc/Mrs/Muc/Jnb

12,350.00

 

Meiring Daniel Mr

Jnb/Muc/Nap/Muc/Jnb

11,610.00

 

Terblanche/Henk Mr

Jnb/Muc/Psa Flr/Muc

8,150.00

 

Rossouw/Andre Mr

Jnb/Muc/Psa Flr/Muc

14,340.00

 

Rossouw/Andre Mr

Jnb/Muc/Psa Flr/Muc

15,150.00

 

Grub/Dietermr

Jnb/Muc/Txl/Fra/Jnb

6,680.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Dar/Nbo/Jnb

11,990.00

 

Khoza/Sipho Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Ebb/Nbo/Jnb

9,570.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

10,171.86

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

10,171.86

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

11,164.36

 

Burger Abraham Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

11,164.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

11,407.36

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

11,407.36

 

Greyling Johan Mr

Jnb/Pek Pvg/Hkg/Jnb

6,690.00

 

Hlope Sidumo Mr

Jnb/Pek Pvg/Hkg/Jnb

11,850.00

 

Reddy Sanusha Ms

Jnb/Pek/Hkg/Jnb

13,960.00

 

Kruger/Rudolf Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

5,670.00

 

Swart/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

5,670.00

 

Bean Jaco Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

5,950.00

 

Swart Pieter Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

5,950.00

 

Kistan/Prevani Ms

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Mayisela/Sihle Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Xaxa/Vuyokazi Ms

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Abrahams/Henry Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Gertzen/Ettienemr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Mayisela/Sihle Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Swart/Pieter Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

6,590.00

 

Meiring Daniel Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

18,960.00

 

Naidoo Yogianandh Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb

18,960.00

 

Alheit Berthold Mr

Jnb/Pek/Jnb/Cpt

9,600.00

 

Jacobs Lesley Ms

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

3,690.00

 

Pheto Johannes Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

3,690.00

 

Reddy/Sanusha

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

5,960.00

 

Olivier/Deon

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

5,960.00

 

Foster/Ronniemr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

5,960.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

6,200.00

 

Ntsihlele/Elias Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

6,430.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

7,000.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

7,000.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

8,800.00

 

Moraal Egbert Mr

Jnb/Sin/Bkk/Sin/Jnb

8,800.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk Bkk/Sin

8,280.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk Bkk/Sin

8,400.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Bkk/Sin

55,910.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

13,501.43

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

13,501.43

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

13,501.43

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

13,501.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

15,062.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

15,062.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

15,062.43

 

Vanderwesthuizen Izak Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

15,062.43

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

16,812.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

16,812.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

16,812.18

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

16,812.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

6,000.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

6,000.00

 

Marillier Charles Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

8,280.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

9,030.00

 

Reddy Sanusha Ms

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

11,200.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Jnb/Sin/Cgk/Sin/Jnb

11,200.00

 

Ntsihlele Elias Sello Mr

Jnb/Sin/Ckg/Sin/Jnb

10,420.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Gck/Bkk/Sin

7,540.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han Sgn/Sin

6,840.00

 

Huysamer Bafana Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han/Sin/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han/Sin/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Duvenag Johan Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han/Sin/Jnb

6,610.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Han/Sin/Jnb

9,200.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

27,049.61

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

27,049.62

 

Nagel Tymen Mr

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

7,700.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Bkk/Sin

24,100.00

 

Thirbennielal Nundhlall Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

9,997.43

 

Thirbennielal Nundhlall Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

9,997.43

 

Foster Ronnie Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

4,200.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

4,900.00

 

Olivier/Deon Mr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

10,250.00

 

Foster/Ronniemr

Jnb/Sin/Kul/Sin/Jnb

10,250.00

 

Gibbons Ivanfrank Mr

Jnb/Sin/Pek Pvg/Sin

8,000.00

 

Botha Jacobusjohannes Mr

Jnb/Sin/Pek Pvg/Sin

8,000.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Sub/Sin/Jnb

13,819.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Sub/Sin/Jnb

13,819.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Sub/Sin/Jnb

13,819.68

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Sin/Sub/Sin/Jnb

13,819.68

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.05

 

Mbele Geoffrey Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.08

 

Mhlwana Ziphiwo Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Haj/Zrh/Jnb

14,565.08

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

25,475.86

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

25,475.86

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

4,950.00

 

Hauman/Gerhardus

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

5,290.00

 

Leroux/Gerhard Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

5,290.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Schoombee Jan Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

7,400.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Jnb

12,080.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Lhr/Zrh/Jnb

14,709.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Lhr/Zrh/Jnb

14,709.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Lhr/Zrh/Jnb

14,709.18

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Lhr/Zrh/Jnb

14,709.18

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Nue/Zrh/Jnb

13,121.34

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Nue/Zrh/Jnb

13,121.34

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Nue/Zrh/Jnb

13,121.34

 

Petje Malope Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Nue/Zrh/Jnb

13,121.37

 

Brits Johannes Mr

Lax/Jfk

3,490.00

 

Engelbrecht Quintin Mr

Lax/Jfk

3,490.00

 

Govindasamy Prabeshan

Lax/Jfk

3,490.00

 

Mann Justin Mr

Lax/Jfk

3,490.00

 

Meiring Daniel Mr

Lgw/Vce/Lgw

1,120.00

 

Schutte Christoffel Dr

Lhr/Jnb

16,060.00

 

Mare Carl Mr

Lhr/Jnb

16,060.00

 

Schoombie/Kobus Mr

Lhr/Psa

1,060.00

 

Oberholzer Machiel Mr

Lhr/Zrh/Lhr

4,410.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Los/Abv/Los

2,320.00

 

Boikhutso William Mr

Los/Abv/Los

2,940.00

 

Joubert/Johannes Mr

Mct/Auh

700.00

 

Alhinai Salimhamedhilal Mr

Mct/Doh/Jnb/Doh/Mct

14,886.57

 

Alkalbani Humaid Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alkalbani Humaid Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alkalbani Humaid Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alkalbani Humaid Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Almahrizi Alifraish Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Almahrizi Alifraish Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Almahrizi Alifraish Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Almahrizi Alifraish Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsenaidi Hamdan Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsenaidi Hamdan Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsenaidi Hamdan Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsenaidi Hamdan Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsiyabi Khalidsalim Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsiyabi Khalidsalim Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsiyabi Khalidsalim Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Alsiyabi Khalidsalim Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

13,250.68

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

20,140.80

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Mct

20,140.80

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Mct

8,435.50

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Mct

8,435.50

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Mct

10,386.00

 

Pepani Lungile Mr

Mct/Dxb/Mct

10,386.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Mia/Gig/Mia

15,133.50

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Mia/Gig/Mia

15,133.50

 

Botha/Danielmr

Mia/Iah/Slc/Den/Mia

6,970.00

 

Malan Wilhelm Mr

Muc/Cdg/Jnb

7,100.00

 

Louw Abraham Mr

Muc/Hel/Oul/Hel/Fra

11,320.00

 

Florchinger Burkhard Mr

Muc/Jnb/Muc

28,672.86

 

Florchinger Burkhard Mr

Muc/Jnb/Muc

28,672.86

 

Grub/Dietermr

Muc/Kbp/Muc

6,410.00

 

Boubacar Hamma Mr

Nbo/Mgq

3,584.00

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Add/Jnb

10,517.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Add/Jnb

10,517.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Add/Jnb

21,272.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Add/Jnb

21,272.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Cai/Jnb

13,434.50

 

Legoabe Fortune Miss

Ndj/Cai/Jnb

13,434.50

 

Mangaepsemomha Doretteemmanuele Mr

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Mangaepsemomha Doretteemmanuele Mr

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Mangaepsemomha Doretteemmanuele Mr

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Mangaepsemomha Doretteemmanuele Mr

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Momha Jeancalvingen

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Momha Jeancalvingen

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Momha Jeancalvingen

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Momha Jeancalvingen

Nsi/Nbo/Jnb/Nbo/Nsi

6,067.68

 

Grub Dieter Mr

Ods/Ist

2,210.00

 

Huysamer Barend Mr

Ods/Ist

2,250.00

 

Louw/Abraham Mr

Oul/Hel

3,260.00

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Pek/Dlc/Pek

4,893.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Pek/Dlc/Pek

11,148.00

 

Saloojee Riaz Mr

Pek/Dlc/Pek

11,148.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Pek/Ist/Jnb

31,481.00

 

Dockrat Ismail Mr

Pek/Ist/Jnb

31,481.00

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,714.50

 

Schoeman Johann Mr

Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

7,714.50

 

Wessels J Mr

Ruh/Dxb/Jnb

8,730.00

 

Mentz Petrus Mr

Ruh/Muc/Bre

5,570.00

 

Olivier Deon Mr

Sdu/Gru/Jnb

29,204.50

 

Ntshepe Zwelakhe Mr

Sin/Cgk

10,400.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Ssa/Gru/Jnb

15,422.00

 

Mayisela Sihle Mr

Tse/Fra

18,010.00

 

Dekock Christo Mr

Tse/Fra

23,410.00

 

Kgobe Michael Mr

Uio/Mad/Alg

37,508.00

07 May 2018 - NW166

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not applicable

(b)

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

 

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

Not applicable

 

(iii)

Not applicable

 

(iv)

Not applicable

DENEL SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not applicable

(b)

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

 

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

Not applicable

 

(iii)

Not applicable

 

(iv)

Not applicable

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not Applicable

(b)

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

 

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

Not applicable

 

(iii)

Not applicable

 

(iv)

Not applicable

 

07 May 2018 - NW140

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Mathys, Ms L to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

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

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

(iii) R370 147.97

07 May 2018 - NW18

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

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

Reply:

Information as supplied by the State owned Entities

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

 

 

 

(a)

(i)

2014-15 -  3 staff members qualified as artisans

 

(ii)

2015-16 - No staff members qualified

 

(iii)

2016-17 - No staff members qualified

 

(b)

Electrical; Fitter & Auto Electrical

 

(c)

Electrician – De Beers Kathu Technical College;

Fitter – De Beers Kathu Technical College;

Auto Electrician – Northlink College

 

Currently in training: 2016 - 2017

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

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

 

Full Apprenticeship Programme: 2015-Current

  • 1x Auto-Electrician at Northlink College
         

 

DENEL SOC LIMITED

 

 

(a)

(i)

2014-15  - 33 apprentices qualified

 

 

(ii)

2015-16  - 69 apprentices qualified

 

 

(iii)

2016-17  - 43 apprentices qualified

 

 

(b)

Aircraft Avionician

16

Aircraft Composite Worker

2

Aircraft Mechanic

35

Aircraft Spray Painter

1

Aircraft Structural Worker

19

Boilermaker

1

Electrician

7

Fitter & Turner

48

Machine Tool Millwright

2

Tool, Jig and Die Maker

4

Toolmaker

3

Turner Machinist

5

Welder

2

TOTAL

145

 

 

 

(c)

Denel Technical Academy

21

Indlela

95

SAJ Competency Training Institution

20

NECSA - Pretoria

1

Seifsa Training Centre  - Benoni

3

South African Breweries

4

Westlake Training College

1

TOTAL

145

 

 

 

 

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

 

 

(a)

(i)

2014-15  - 1 (one) staff member

 

 

(ii)

2015-16  - NIL

 

 

(iii)

2016-17  - NIL

 

 

(b)

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

 

 

ESKOM:

(a)

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

 

Qualifying Year

Total

2014/2015

(a)(i)

2015/2016

(a)(ii)

2016/2017

(a)(iii)

 

Total

209

566

223

998

 

(b)

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

Discipline / Trade

Qualifying Year

2014/2015

(a)(i)

2015/2016

(a)(ii)

2016/2017

(a)(iii)

Boiler making / Welding

0

11

0

Control & Instrumentation

6

28

3

Electrical

187

386

202

Mechanical

16

57

18

Plant Operating

0

83

0

Rigging

0

1

0

(c)

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

Discipline / Trade

Trade Test Centre(s)

Boiler making / Welding

Majuba TVET College

Control & Instrumentation

Eskom

Electrical

Eskom & *External

Mechanical

Eskom

Plant Operating

No trade test required

Rigging

Majuba TVET College

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

SAX:

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

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

(i) 2014-15

 

12

(ii) 2015-16

 

17

(iii) 2016-17

 

5

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

11 x Mechanics

1 x Avionic  

17 x Mechanics

 

1 x Mechanic

4x Avionics

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

SAA and Denel

SAA

SAA and Denel

 

 

TRANSNET:

 

  1.  

Qualified Artisans   (2014 – 2017)

CENTRE

LEARNERS QUALIFIED

LEARNERS ABSORBED

LEARNERS RELEASED

BLOEMFONTEIN

332

62

270

DURBAN

799

174

625

GERMISTON

341

44

297

KOEDOESPOORT

348

146

207

SALT RIVER

198

53

141

UITENHAGE

341

23

317

TOTAL

2 359

502

1 857

(b) & (c)

Trades and Training/Test Centres

Trades

Germiston

Bloem

fontein

Uitenhage

Koedoes

poort

Durban

Salt River

Total

Electricians

82

57

82

19

183

19

442

Electrical Fitter

54

5

54

41

181

17

352

Diesel E/Fitter

48

13

48

43

16

19

187

Diesel Mechanics

0

0

0

0

21

0

21

Plater

0

70

0

7

22

42

141

Boilermaker

0

0

0

0

42

0

42

Vehicle Builder

0

0

0

17

1

7

25

Millwright

57

45

57

29

109

6

303

Fitter

0

0

0

0

16

10

26

Wagon Fitter

41

28

41

0

21

11

142

Welder

59

61

59

155

72

46

452

Armature Winder

0

0

0

0

15

0

15

Fitter and Turner

0

34

0

0

0

0

34

Turner and Machinist

0

19

0

37

98

21

175

Bricklayer

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

Totals

341

332

341

348

799

198

2359

07 May 2018 - NW82

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

07 May 2018 - NW21

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

07 May 2018 - NW991

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

07 May 2018 - NW956

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

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

Reply:

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

07 May 2018 - NW690

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Marais, Mr S to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

                                                                           

This response is according to information received from the SOC:

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

 

07 May 2018 - NW689

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

07 May 2018 - NW688

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

Response is based on information received from Alexkor

 

  1.  

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

 

2. 

(a) 

No corporate functions are being duplicated.

 

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

 

(b) and

 

(c) 

 

 

3. 

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

 

 

 

4. 

(a) 

 

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

 

(b) 

 

 

 

(i) 

 

 

(ii) 

         

 

These matters are being reviewed by the Minister.

 

10 April 2018 - NW723

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Rabotapi, Mr MW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

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

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

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

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

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

2. (a). (i) 2015/2016 – No cases.

2016/2017 - No cases

2017/2018 - No cases

(ii) As at 1 April 2017 – No cases.

(b) (i) No cases opened,

(ii) No cases withdrawn,

(ii) No cases remain opened

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

10 April 2018 - NW483

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

Disclaimer: According to the information received from Eskom

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

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

(a)(i)

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

(a)(ii)

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

(b)(i)

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

(b)(ii)

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

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

02 January 2018 - NW3581

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Malatsi, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

DPE RESPONSE

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

(aa) 30 days

(bb) 60 days

(cc) 90 days

(dd) 120 days

b) Not applicable

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

(a)

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

 

QTY:

AMOUNT:

   

(aa) 30 days

7

R 529 429

   

(bb) 60 days

5

R 206 612

   

(cc) 90 days

5

R 113 390

   

(dd) 120 days

5

R 147 946

(b)

T O T A L :

22

R 997 376

DENEL SOC LIMITED

(a)

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

 

QTY:

AMOUNT:

   

(aa) 30 days

718

R 266 000 000

   

(bb) 60 days

427

R 86 000 000

   

(cc) 90 days

246

R 185 000 000

   

(dd) 120 days

166

R 151 000 000

(b)

T O T A L :

1557

R 688 000 000

Please note that -

  • At least 30% (THIRTY PERCENTILE) of creditors are common throughout the Group; and
  • The same supplier may be listed for each category of ageing as they deliver at different stages.

ESKOM SOC LIMITED

a) As at 30 September 2017, the total number of supplier invoices that remain update at Eskom is 1337.

(aa)

183

(bb)

120

(cc)

21

(dd)

1 013

(b)

The total amount outstanding is R102 305 436.72

30 Days: R81 545 467.01
60 Days: R8 284 987.34
90 Days: R4 289 571.61
120 Days: R8 185 410.76

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

(a)

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

The South African Forestry Company Limited is not in a position to provide a calculation of the number of invoices as the ERP system does not allow for information to be extrapolated in the requested format. Information relating to all outstanding supplier amounts as per the audited financial statements for the financial year ended 31 March 2017 is provided below:

     

QTY:

AMOUNT:

   

(aa) 30 days

n/a

R 875 683.93

   

(bb) 60 days

n/a

R 646 851.46

   

(cc) 90 days

n/a

R 464 605.88

   

(dd) 120 days

n/a

R 2 356 445.35

(b)

T O T A L :

 

R 4 343 586.62

 

SAX SOC LIMITED

TRANSNET SOC LIMITED

   

Reply (with reference to Transnet):

As at 5 November 2017

 

30 days

60 days

90 days

>120 days

Total unpaid invoices including current

           

No. of supplier invoices

54 891

751

180

2 325

58 347

Amount outstanding

R658 025 238

R15 399 168

R10 811 135

R44 023 340

R728 258 882

Note:

  • Payments are made without unnecessary delays in line with Transnet’s procurement Procedures Manual. To this end Transnet must pay suppliers within 30 days of submission of an undisputed invoice.
  • Where a supplier is providing goods or serviced for an extended period of time, it is agreed that payments will be effected within 30 days of submission of a supplier statement.
  • Invoices more than 30 days relate to invoices to be paid within the 30 days of supplier statement date, but after the 30 days of the date on the invoice.
   

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

 

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

   

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

02 January 2018 - NW4016

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether a representative of Alexkor Pooling and Sharing Joint Venture in the Rictersveld is permitted at diamond sales; if not, why not; (2) what is the reason that the specified company does not provide the original brokers note to contractors when diamond sales occur? NW4562E

Reply:

(1)

a) Alexkor / Richtersveld Mining Company Joint Venture (RMC JV) are represented at each sale by a member of management and also the appointed authorized representative as required by law. We have on several occasions taken representatives of the contractors to the Tender House.

During 2014 the following contractors were invited to Tender House:

(i) Joseph Klaase - IMJV Mining;

(ii) George Nikolaai - IMJV Mining;

(iii) Jaco van Niekerk - Astrostone; and

(iv) Gielie Lamprecht – Ambicor.

During 2017 the following Contractors were invited to Tender House:

(i) Anita Panizza – Abutti;

(ii) Kobus Kriel – Nxanthathu;

(iii) Josepf Klaasse – Rabsol;

(iv) Jaco van Niekerk - Ambicor;

(v) Wayne Cooke - Malakaza Diamonds;

(vi) Auburm Malakaza – Malakaza Diamonds;

(vii) Elsa Kriel – Nxanthatu ;

(viii) Willie Vries – Community Elected Director/RMC;

(ix) Ryno Thomas – Community Elected Director/RMC;

(x) Brian Koopman/Community Elected Director/RMC;

(xi) Dennis Farmer – Community Elected Director/RMC;

(xii) Henning Louw / Richtersveld Mining Company – Liani Investments; and

(xiii) Shauwn Uys – Richtersveld Mining Company/ North Bound Diamonds.

(xiv) The community elective representatives of the RMC and of the Richtersveld Mining Contractors had also been at the Tender House.

(2)

(a) The After Sales Reports are sent to the Alexkor / RMC JV which is the basis for compiling the Broker notes for each individual contractor based on their respective production that was sold.

(b) These Broker Notes are given to each contractor and all information relating to the diamond sales, proceeds from the sales if of a confidential nature relating to the specific contract holder only.

 

   

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

   

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

   

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

02 January 2018 - NW4015

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

(1)

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

(2)

Yes

 

(a)

Not applicable

 

(b)

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

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

ii) Marketing of diamonds;

iii) Valuation of diamonds s;

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

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

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

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

 

   

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

 

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

   

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

02 January 2018 - NW4014

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

(a)

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

 

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

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

 

 

(b)

(i) Land Mining:

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

 

 

(ii) Marine Mining:

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

 

 

(c)

(i) maps with markings

 

See the link:

 

 

(ii)

 

 

Alexkor RMC JV: Rehabilitation status

Mining Area

Rehabilitation Cost

Rehabilitation Completed

Port Nolloth Reserve

N/A

Done

Port Nolloth Reserve

N/A

Done

Port Nolloth Reserve

R 57 674

Still in progress

Muisvlak

N/A

Done

Muisvlak

N/A

Done

Muisvlak

N/A

Done

Langpan

N/A

Done

Langpan

N/A

Done

Langpan

N/A

Done

Langpan

N/A

Done

Cliffs / Perdevlei

N/A

Done

Holgat South

R 15 271

Still in progress

Gifkop

N/A

Done

Peacock Bay

N/A

Done

Cape Voltas

N/A

Done

Cape Voltas

N/A

Done

Alexander Bay

N/A

Done

Alexander Bay

N/A

Done

Witvoorkop

N/A

Done

     

Note:

   

N/A = Concurrent rehabilitation implemented

Still in progress = Rehabilitation being conducted

     

 

 

   

 

 

 

Remarks:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

 

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

 

 

Director-General

 

 

Minister of Public Enterprises

 

Date:

 

 

Date:

               

 

02 January 2018 - NW3683

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether (a) Transnet and/or (b) Denel SOC Ltd (i) concluded any contracts with and/or (ii) made any payments to certain companies (names furnished) since 1 April 2009; if so, in each case, what are the details of the (aa) contracts conclude and/or payments made, (bb) amounts of each contract and/or payment and (cc) authorizing person(s)?

Reply:

DENEL SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not applicable

(bb)

(i) and (ii)

 

DETAILS OF THE CONTRACTS CONCLUDED and/or

PAYMENTS MADE

(aaa)

AMOUNTS OF EACH CONTRACT and/or PAYMENT

(bbb)

AUTHORISING PERSON(S)

(ccc)

 

Appointment of Regiments Capital as capital raising advisors in 2012

  1. Contract Amount:

R 300 000 000

  1. Capital Raised:

R 290 000 000

  1. Fees Paid:

R 2 900 000

Mr Riaz Saloojee as Group CEO

 

Appointment of Regiments Capital as facilitators of African Trade in 2013

2% would be charged for any acceptable finance or funding solution on Africa transactions. No payments have been made.

Mr Zwelakhe Ntshepe as Group Executive: Business Development

 

Conclusion of a Fund Raising Contract with Regiments in 2015

  1. Contract Amount:

R1 000 000 000

  1. Capital Raised:

R 400 000 000

  1. Fees Paid:

R 4 000 000

Mr Zwelakhe Ntshepe as Acting Group CEO

TRANSNET SOC LIMITED

Reply (with reference to Transnet):

PQ 3683 reference

 

(aa)

(bb)

 

Trillian Capital Partners

Regiments Capital

(1) (a) (i)

Whether we concluded any contracts with?

No

Yes

(1) (a) (ii)

Made any payments to?

Yes

Yes

(aaa)

What are the details of the contracts concluded and/or payments made?

Ceeded Contracts

  • General Freight Business


By way of a letter issued by Regiments to Transnet on 15 March 2106, Regiments authorised Trillian to execute the work and services relating to this contract on its behalf w.e.f. 1 March 2016.

Direct Contracts

  • General Freight Business -
    Contracted Regiments Capital for the Provision of Professional Services to support Transnet SOC Ltd in increasing General Freight Business with a breakthrough to reach planned volumes for financial years 2015/2016 and 2016/2017 for R375 million

    Contract period was from May 2015 to May 2017 but was terminated early in November 2016 by the Board of Directors.

Ceeded Contracts

  • Transaction Advisory Servises

Cession from McKinsey Inc with effect from April- 2014. Cession between McKinsey Inc and Regiments Capital whereby McKinsey handed over all rights, obligations and deliverables over to Regiments, now recognising Regiments as the principal lead for the contract in its entirety.

Subcontractor to a Transnet supplier

  • Regiments was a sub-contractor to Mckinsey and a number of contracts that Transnet had with Mckinsey

PQ 3683 reference

 

(aa)

(bb)

 

Trillian Capital Partners

Regiments Capital

(bbb)

Amounts of each contract and/or payment

R67m

R55984m

(ccc)

Authorising person(s)?

The transactions were approved following the approved Transnet policies and processes and in terms of the Transnet approved Delegation of Authority.

Depending on the Delegation of Authority:

  1. Acquisition Disposal Committee or
  1. Group Chief Executive

 

   

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

 

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

   

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

27 December 2017 - NW1590

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Lekota, Mr M to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) What were the circumstances that resulted in the Gupta-owned company allegedly paying for the accommodation of a certain person, (b) what were the reasons surrounding the specified person’s one-day visit to Dubai and (c) what actions does (i) she and (ii) the Board of Eskom intend to take in this matter?

Reply:

(a)

Eskom is not aware of any travels undertaken by Mr Koko at the time of this enquiry as he was on leave at the time. Further, Eskom’s courtesy register does not reflect any courtesies by Mr Koko following his return in the office from leave. We attach Mr Koko’s leave and delegation of authority for this period.

The disciplinary hearing against Mr Koko will be completed in due course and Eskom will be better positioned to provide a response to the question in Jan 2018.

(b)

See (a) above.

(c)(i)

As the Minister, I do not have oversight of the Executive Managers of the State Owned Companies (SOCs). The Board and Chief Executive are entrusted, through the SOC Delegation of Authority (DOA) Framework, to exercise oversight and supervision of the Executive Managers. I await the feedback into the investigation mentioned to the response in part (a) of this question.

(c)(ii)

See (a) above

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

27 December 2017 - NW3931

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) Whether the Government or Denel engaged with any (a) countries and/or (b) companies regarding selling stakes in Denel; if so, (i) who was engaged and (ii) on what dates were they engaged in each case; (2) whether the Government intends to sell its stakes in Denel; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1)

(a)

Denel has an order book with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and recently entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Qatar for possible future business prospects.

 

(b)

Denel has not engaged with any companies regarding selling stakes in Denel.

   

(i)

Not applicable

   

(ii)

Not applicable

(2)

The Government has no plans at this stage to dispose of any equity stake in Denel. However, in reviewing and optimizing Denel’s capital structure, such a decision cannot be ruled out.

 

 

 

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

 

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

   

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

14 December 2017 - NW3323

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Mashabela, Ms N to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)     Whether the (a) chief executive officer and (b) chief financial officer of entities reporting to her are employed on a permanent basis; if not, (2) Whether the specified officers are employed on a fixed term contract; if so, (a) what are the names of each of the officers and (b) when (i) was each officer employed and (ii) will each officer’s contract end?

Reply:

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

(1)

(a)

No

 

(b)

No

(2)

Yes. The new incumbents, as per Cabinet approval on 18 October 2017, Mr Lemogang Pitsoe as CEO and Mrs Adila Chowan as CFO, will be commencing employment from 1 December 2017 and 08 January 2018 on a 5 (Five) year contract, respectively.

 

(a)

  • Mr Humphrey Mokwena (Acting CEO)
  • Ms Adele Small (Acting CFO)
 

(b)

(i)+(ii)

  • Mr Humphrey Mokwena (Acting CEO)

from 07 November 2017 to 30 November 2017

  • Ms Adele Small (Acting CFO)

from 01 November 2017 to 7 January 2018

DENEL SOC LIMITED

(1)

(a)

No

 

(b)

No

(2)

Yes. The incumbents are appointed on a 5 (Five) year contract in terms of the Cabinet decision of 18 October 2017.

 

(a)

  • Mr Zwelakhe Ntshepe (GCEO)
  • Mr Odwa Mhlwana (GCFO)
 

(b)

(i) + (ii)

  • Mr Zwelakhe Ntshepe (GCEO)

from October 2017 to October 2022

  • Mr Odwa Mhlwana (GCFO)

from June 2017 to June 2022

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

(1)

(a)

No

 

(b)

No

(2)

Yes. The current incumbents are appointed in an acting capacity. As per the Cabinet decision on 18 October 2017, Mr Tsepo Monaheng has been appointed as CEO on a 5 (Five) year contract and will commence his duties on 01 December 2017.

 

(a)

  • Mr Harvey Theron (Acting CEO)
  • Ms Vuyo Tlale (Acting CFO) (secondment from DPE)
 

(b)

(i) + (ii)

  • Mr Harvey Theron (Acting CEO)

from 15 December 2015 to 30 November 2017

  • Ms Vuyo Tlale (Acting CFO) (secondment from DPE)

from 05 June 2017 to date.

ESKOM SOC LIMITED

(1)

(a)

No

 

(b)

No

(2)

Yes. The current incumbents have been appointed in acting capacity until further notice.

 

(a)

  • Mr Sean Maritz (Acting GCE)
  • Mr Calib Cassim (Acting GCFO)
 

(b)

(i) + (ii)

  • Mr Maritz was appointed to act as GCE from 6 October 2017 indefinitely while legal processes are underway.
  • Mr Cassim was appointed to act as GCFO from 28 July 2017 indefinitely pending the outcome of the Board’s investigation.

TRANSNET SOC LIMITED

(1)

(a)

No

 

(b)

No

(2)

Yes. The incumbents have been appointed on a 5 (Five) year contract.

 

(a)

  • Mr Siyabonga Gama (GCEO)
  • Mr Gary Pita (GCFO)
 

(b)

(i) + (ii)

  • Mr Gama was appointed as GCE from April 2016 to April 2021
  • Mr Pita was appointed to as GCFO from February 2016 to January 2021

SA EXPRESS AIRWAYS SOC LIMITED

(1)

(a)

No

 

(b)

No

(2)

Yes. The current incumbents of CEO has been appointed in acting capacity until the new optimal corporate structure for the airlines (SAA, SA Express and Mango) is in place. The CFO was suspended on 8 September 2017 pending an investigation into allegations of misconduct.

 

(a)

  • Mr Victor Xaba (Acting CEO)
  • Mr Mpho Selepe (Acting CFO)
 

(b)

(i) + (ii)

  • Mr Xaba was appointed to act as CEO from 10 April 2017 until the new optimal corporate structure for the airlines is in place, subject to the termination clause of the secondment agreement between SA Express and Denel.
  • Mr Selepe was appointed to act as CFO from 9 September 2017 until the investigation into the suspended CFO is complete and a decision is taken.

 

   

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

________________________

   

___________________

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

 

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

   

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

05 December 2017 - NW2157

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Does Eskom employ a certain firm (name furnished) as an in-house legal operation that handles its legal matters; if so, (a) what matters do they handle, (b) when was their contract signed and (c) what amount is their contract worth per annum; (2) does Eskom employ any other firm in-house to assist it in achieving its mandate; if so, (a) what are the names of the firms and (b) in each case, (i) what are the contracts worth and (ii) what are the details of the matters the firms are assisting with?

Reply:

(1)

No, Eskom does not employ Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc as an in-house legal operation.

However, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc is on the current panel contract for the provision of Legal Services to Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd and its subsidiaries, on an “as and when required” basis. The panel consists of 73 firms.

(1)(a)

Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc as part of a panel has been contracted to provide external legal support in the following matters:

  • Aviation, banking & finance, commercial, competition, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, e-commerce, employment, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IT, IP, general litigation, M&A's, mining & minerals, municipal, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, restructuring, tax, telecoms, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law, securities, patent & copyright

(1)(b)

The Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc contract, as part of the current panel contract for the provision of Legal Services, commenced in May 2009 and will end November 2017.

(1)(c)

There is no specific contract value assigned to any particular service provider. An amount is assigned to the legal panel as a whole, and purchase orders created once an instruction is sent to the attorney selected.

For the current panel an amount of R850m has been budgeted to cover the period May 2009 until November 2017.

(2)

No, Eskom does not employ in-house law firms to assist it in achieving its mandate.

However, Eskom has a panel contract for the provision of Legal Services to Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd and its subsidiaries, on an “as and when required” basis.

(2)(a)

Annexure A provides details of 72 other legal firms (excluding Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc.) which are part of the panel contract for the provision of Legal Services to Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd and its subsidiaries, on an “as and when required” basis.

(2)(b)(i)

There is no specific contract value assigned to any particular service provider. An amount is assigned to the legal panel as a whole, and purchase orders created once an instruction is sent to the attorney selected.

For the current panel an amount of R850m has been budgeted to cover the period May 2009 until November 2017.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

ANNEXURE A - List of 72 Legal Firms that which are part of the panel, excluding Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc.

No

(a)  Firm Name

(b)(ii) Matters the firms are assisting with 

1.

A.K. Essack, Morgan Naidoo & Co.

Conveyancing and notarisation, Labour, General, leases, sales and property transfers, RAF.

2

Adams & Adams

IP, Patents, Trademarks, Competition, Computer, Anti-piracy /Counterfeiting, Internet and domain names, Business development, property, high court litigation, conveyancing, commercial and corporate, licensing, listings, regulatory, M&A's, tax, exchange control, IT, Banking and finance, BEE transactions, corporate commercial

3

Amos Khumalo Attorney Inc.

Intellectual Property

4

Baker Mackenzie Attorneys (formerly Dewey & LeBoeuf)

General Legal services including Compliance and Regulatory

5

Bhikha Incorporated

banking & finance, commercial, competition, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, criminal, debt collection, e-commerce, employment, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IT, general litigation, M&A's, municipal, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, restructuring, telecoms, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law, securities

6

Borman Duma Zitha Attorneys

banking & finance, commercial, competition, constitutional & admin, conveyancing & notary, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, criminal, debt collections, employment, energy, environmental, insolvency, insurance, IP, general litigation, M&A's, mining & minerals, property, tax, Occupational H&S, securities

7

Bowman Gilfillan Inc

Aviation, banking & finance, commercial, competition, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, e-commerce, employment, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IT, IP, general litigation, M&A's, mining & minerals, municipal, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, restructuring, tax, telecoms, forensics, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law, foreign exchange, securities, patent & copyright and international transport law.

8

Buurman Stemela Lubbe

General Legal services, commercial (including contract drafting and vetting, NEC supply contract, shareholders agreements, loan agreements, SLAs) High Court litigation, Conveyancing & Notary, OHSA, Labour

9

Cajee Setsubi Chetty Inc.

commercial, constitutional & admin, conveyancing (excl notary), debt collection, insolvency, insurance, general litigation, property, public law, tax

10

Collin Mabunda Inc.

Commercial, Compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing & notary, criminal, debt collection, employment, insolvency, insurance, intellectual property, information technology, general litigation, M&A’S, mining and minerals, municipal, procurement, property, public law, restructuring, occupational H&S, pensions, consumer security

11

DA Ncongwane Attorneys

commercial, compliance, constitutional & admin, construction, criminal, debt collection, employment, energy, environmental, general litigation, mining & minerals, municipal, public law, regulatory, Occupational H&S

12

DLA Piper UK LLP

Aviation, banking & finance, commercial, competition, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, criminal law, e-commerce, employment, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IT, IP, general litigation, marine law, M&A's, mining & minerals, municipal, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, restructuring, tax, telecoms, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law, foreign exchange, securities, patent & copyright and international transport law, global Govt relations lobbying)

13

Dwarika Naidoo & Co

Conveyancing, Labour law, Civil litigation, Insurance law, Municipal law, Maritime law, Environmental law

14

Moosa, Waglay& Petersen Incorporated

Labour Law, OHS, General and Conveyancing, General

15

Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs Inc

Aviation, banking & finance, commercial, competition, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, e-commerce, employment, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IT, IP, general litigation, marine law, M&A's, mining & minerals, municipal, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, restructuring, tax, telecoms, forensics investigation, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law, foreign exchange, securities, patent & copyright and international transport law.

16

Eversheds LLP

Aviation, banking & finance, commercial, competition, compliance, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, debt collection, e-commerce, employment, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IT, IP, general litigation, marine law, M&A's, mining & minerals, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, restructuring, tax, telecoms, forensics investigation, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law, securities, patent & copyright and international transport law.

17

Gildenhuys Malatji Inc.

Aviation, banking & finance, commercial, competition, compliance, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, debt collection, e-commerce, employment, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IT, IP, general litigation, marine law, M&A's, mining & minerals, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, restructuring, tax, telecoms, forensics investigation, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law, securities, patent & copyright and international transport law.

18

Haasbroek & Boezaart Inc. Attorneys

General Legal services including Compliance and Regulatory

19

Harkoo Brijlal& Reddy Attorneys

Commercial law, compliance, conveyancing, property, estate planning, tax, administration of estates, foreclosures.

20

Hogan Lovells (South Africa) Incorporated (formely Routledge Modise then changed to Eversheds)

Aviation, Banking and Finance, Commercial, Competition, Compliance, Constitutional and Administrative, Conveyancing, Construction, Corporate Governance, Debt Collection, e-Commerce, Employment, Energy, Environmental, Insolvency, Insurance, IT, IP, Litigation, M&As, Mining & Minerals, Municipal, Property, Public Law, Regulatory, Restructuring, Tax, Telecomms, Forensic Investigations, Pensions, Consumer Law, Foreign Exchange, Securities, Patent & Copyright.

21

Honey Attorneys

Labour Law, Conveyancing and notarisation, General

22

Hughes Madondo

commercial, conveyancing & notary, insolvency, general litigation

23

J Ramages Attorneys and Conv

Conveyancing

24

Kalian Attorneys

Labour Law, Occupational Health and Safety, Conveyancing and Notarisation, General

25

Koikanyang Incorporated

commercial (inc contracts drafting and vetting), constitutional & admin, conveyancing & notary, corporate governance, corporate law, debt collection, energy, insolvency, general litigation, property, Occupational H&S, Arbitration (incl in engineering & construction), M&As, Finance agreements, securities foreclosures

26

Kunene Ramapala Botha (KRB)

Aviation, banking and finance, commercial, competition, corporate governance and corporate, IT, General litigation, M&A's, mining and minerals, municipal, procurement, property, regulatory, restructuring, telecomms,

27

Lamola Incorporated

commercial, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing &notary, corporate governance & corporate, debt collection, employment, general litigation, municipal, property, public, regulatory, consumer,

28

Ledwaba Mazwai

Conveyancing and notarisation, commercial (no change in services, focus on property and not commercial)

29

Mabunda Incorporated Attorneys

Debt collection and evictions for Matimba Power Station.

30

Mabuza Attorneys

constitutional & admin, construction, criminal, employment, infrastructure, insurance, general litigation, mining & minerals, municipal, procurement, regulatory, energy, occupational H&S, forensics

31

Madhlopa Incorporated Attorneys

commercial, competition, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing & notary, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, debt collections, employment, infrastructure development, insurance, general litigation, M&A's, mining and minerals, restructuring, telecoms, forensic investigation, pensions, labour law.

32

Makaula Zilwa Inc

General Commercial & Litigation, Conveyancing, Constitutional & Civil, Corporate, Employment and labour & IR, Local Government, Affirmative Action & Employment Equity, Telecommunications, Media, JV Establishment, Commissions of Inquiry, Forensic Investigations, Insolvency, Collections, Public Private Partnerships (Key clients - GovtDepts - Labour, Communications, Transport, Metro municipalities, Transnet, Standard Bank)

33

Maponya Inc.

commercial, conveyancing & notary, debt collection, employment, general litigation, M&A's, procurement, property, Occupational H&S

34

Maserumule Inc.

employment, municipal, pension, administrative

35

Matlala Von Metzinger Attorneys (MvM)

Commercial, Conveyancing, Constructin, Criminal, Debt Collection, Insolvency, Intellectual Property, General Litigation, Mining and Minerals, Municipal, Property, Public Law, OHS.

36

Mayat, Nurick & Associates

commercial, conveyancing, construction, criminal, debt collection, general litigation, mining & minerals, municipal, property, public law, Occupational H&S (No recent experience in mining and minerals, criminal and construction law)- updated by EM+H52

37

Mchunu Attorneys

commercial, compliance, constitutional law and administrative law, corporate governance and corporate law, employment law, insurance, litigation, municipal law, property law, regulatory

38

Mensah Inc

Aviation, banking and finance, commercial, competition, corporate governance and corporate, IT, General litigation, M&A's, mining and minerals, municipal, procurement, property, regulatory, restructuring, telecomms,

39

Mlonyeni and Lesele (Pty) Ltd

Conveyancing

40

Mohlaba & Moshoana Inc.

commercial, conveyancing, criminal, debt collection, general litigation, public law, Restructuring

41

Molefe Dlepu Inc.

constitutional & admin, conveyancing & notary, corporate governance, criminal,, debt collection, corporate law, employment, general litigation, property, pensions PPP for municipality-updated by EM

42

Molema Mampuru Inc.

labour law, Intellectual Property law, Administrative law, Tender Processes, Government Pensions, Constitutional law

43

Mothle Jooma Sabdia Incorporated

Aviation, banking & finance, commercial, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, debt collection, labour, energy, environmental, general litigation, M&A's, mining & minerals, municipal, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, tax, Occupational H&S, consumer law.

44

Motla Conradie Inc

commercial, competition, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, corporate governance, corporate law, debt collections, employment, insurance, general litigation, M&A's, municipal, procurement, property, restructuring, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law

45

MSM Inc.

Attorneys - Notaries - Conveyancers

46

Ngeno & Mteto Incorporated

Administrative law; alternative dispute resolution; commercial and corporate law; compliance and regulatory; construction law; consulting services; constitutional law; corporate finance; corporate governance; environmental law; financial services; financing agreements; forensic litigation and recoveries; general governance; insurance law; labour law and employment law; legislative drafting; legal opinion on complex legal matters; multinational agreements; occupational health and safety; private law; project advisory; partnership; property law; social security and telecommunication law.

47

Nongogo Nuku Incorporated Attorneys, Notaries & Conveyancers

General Legal services including Conveyancing & Notary, OHSA, Labour

48

Norton Rose Fulbright Attorneys (previously Deneys Reitz)

Aviation, banking & finance, commercial, competition, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, e-commerce, employment, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IT, IP, general litigation, marine law, M&A's, mining & minerals, municipal, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, restructuring, tax, telecoms, forensics investigation, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law, foreign exchange, securities, patent & copyright and international transport law.

49

Nozuko Nxusani

General Legal services including Conveyancing & Notary, OHSA, Labour, Insurance, Criminal, Litigation (inc constitutional law), Constitutional law advice, Property

50

Nyapotse Inc. Attorneys

General Legal services, commercial law, construction law (NEC contracts), labour law, debt collection, Opinions, OHSA, litigation, adjudications. Firm has 3 directors and 12 professional staff. Has been in existence for 12 years. Also servicing Ekurhuleni, City of Johannesburg, SA Post Office, RAF, Department of Housing and IDC.

51

Perrot van Niekerk Woodhouse Matyolo Inc.

Mergers, Acquisitions & take overs(competition law, project finance); Assets reconstruction (insolvency; structured finance); banking law & JSE Exchange (International trade; corporate finance); Business & Corporate Taxation (restructuring of State Owned Enterprise); Registration of Companies (mining, energy & national resources; ; General Corporate & commercial law); Real Estate & Conveyancing.

52

Phatshoane Henney Inc.

All employment law related areas from drafting contracts of employment, notices of enquiry, chairing enquiries and arbitrations, appearing at the CCMA, labour court and labour appeal court, dealing with restraint of trade disputes.

53

Pravina Govender Attorneys

banking & finance, commercial, competition, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, criminal, debt collection, employment, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IT, IP, litigation, mining & minerals, municipal, property, public law, regulatory, restructuring, tax, telecoms, forensic investigations, pensions, consumer law, foreign exchange.

54

Pule Inc

Scant knowledge, Property Law (including relocations, Land Claims Court, mediation with occupiers, labour tenants, etc., ESTA, PIE) Conveyancing and notarial, SARS-panel, Intersite / railroads, PIC-panel (rental collections), Civil litigation, Criminal litigation, Labour law, OHS investigations, Corporate governance (done by consultant), CPA & King III, Land Bank-panel, NERSA-panel, Standard Bank, Nedbank and FNB (collections)

55

Qunta Attorneys

banking & finance, commercial, competition, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, debt collection, e-commerce, employment, infrastructure development, insolvency, IT, general litigation, M&A's, municipal, procurement, property, regulatory, restructuring, telecoms, forensics, consumer law, securities, International Transport, mining, arbitration

56

Rooth & Wessels Inc. Attorneys

Conveyancing and notarisation; General Commercial (inc procurement, regulatory, admin law, corporate governance and transaction deals [planning, funding, construction and regulatory issues in JV]), Litigation, Finance and funding agreements, bonds (with ENS)

57

Roy Ramdaw & Associates Inc.

banking & finance, commercial, compliance, constitutional & administrative, conveyancing & notary, criminal, debt collection, employment, energy, insolvency, general litigation, M&A's, mining & minerals, municipal, property, forensic investigations, Occupational H&S, international transport, international arbitrations, ADR, English & Australian law, collections, administrative law/constitutional/regulatory.

58

Sameera Cassimjee Attorneys

Notaries - Conveyancers

59

Sekati Monyane Attorneys

banking & finance, commercial, compliance, constitutional & admin, conveyancing & notary, criminal, debt collection, employment(labour law), energy, insolvency, civil, criminal & commercial, general litigation, M&A's, mining & minerals, municipal, property, forensic investigations, Occupational H&S, internatio+H65nal transport, international arbitrations, ADR, English & Australian law, collections, administrative law/constitutional/regulatory.

60

Selebogo Incorporated Attorneys, Notaries & Conveyancers

Conveyancing and notarisation, commercial law,

61

Shepstone & Wylie

Conveyancing and notarisation, commercial law,

62

Smith Tabata Inc

Labour Law, Occupational Health and Safety, Conveyancing and notarisation, General; commercial law, litigation, customs and excise and indirect tax, environmental law.

63

Spoor & Fisher

commercial, constitutional & admin, conveyancing, construction, corporate governance, corporate law, criminal, debt collection, employment, environmental, insolvency, general litigation, municipal, procurement, property, public law, restructuring, Occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law

63

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

banking & finance, commercial, competition, construction (non-contentious), corporate governance, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, general litigation, M&A's, mining & minerals, project finance, restructuring, tax, securities

65

Symington & de Kok Attorneys

banking & finance, commercial, compliance, construction, conveyancing and notary, corporate governance, criminal, debt collection, corporate law, employment, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IP, general litigation, mining & minerals, municipal, property, public law, telecoms, tax, OHS

66

Towell & Groenewaldt Attorneys

banking & finance, commercial, competition, construction (non-contentious), corporate governance, corporate law, energy, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, general litigation, M&A's, mining & minerals, project finance, restructuring, tax, securities

67

Van Heerden & Brummer

banking & finance, commercial, compliance, conveyancing & notary, construction, corporate governance, criminal, debt collection, corporate law, employment, environmental, infrastructure development, insolvency, insurance, IP, general litigation, mining & minerals, municipal, property, public law, tax, telecoms, Occupational H&S

68

Van Rensburg, Kruger, Rakwena Attorneys

banking & finance, commercial, constitutional & admin, conveyancing & notary, corporate governance, corporate law, criminal, debt collection, employment, insolvency, general litigation, M&A's, mining & minerals, municipal, procurement, property, public law, tax, forensic, consumer law

69

Venn Nemeth & Hart Inc.

Conveyancing and notarisation, Occupational Health and Safety, Labour Law, commercial law, litigation, Mining law

70

Warburton Attorneys

conveyancing & notary, debt collection, general litigation

71

Webber Wentzel

Aviation, Banking and finance, commercial, competition, constitutional and administration, conveyance and notary, construction corporate governance, corporate law, e-commerce, employment, energy, environmental, infrastructure, insolvency, insurance, IT, IP, general litigation, marine, M&A’S, mining and minerals, municipal, procurement, property, public law, regulatory, tax, telecoms, occupational H&S, pensions, consumer law, foreign exchange, securities, patent & copy rights.

72

White & Case LLP

Environmental legal services, Climate change and carbon trading related legal work, policy & research work, compliance 24 legal registers completed for Eskom PS, training workshops, SHE legal audits

05 December 2017 - NW3704

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

With reference to her reply to question 2803 on 30 October 2017, (a) how many occassions did the SA Express charter aircraft from other airlines to honour its commitments from 1 April 2016 to 31 October 2017, (b) what are the details of (i) the type of aircraft chartered and (ii) the airline from which the aircraft was chartered and (c)(i) for what period and (ii) at what cost was each aircraft chartered? NW 4135E

Reply:

Refer to the attached Annexure A.

 

Mogokare Richard Seleke Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

05 December 2017 - NW3682

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether, with reference to her reply to question 1569 on 6 September 2017, Denel Vehicle Systems deviated from any provisions of the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999, on any contracts and/or procurements during the period 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details of each case?

Reply:

Yes, all procurement for Denel Vehicle Systems during the period 01 April 2015 to 31 March 2016 deviated from the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999.

Denel Vehicle Systems (DVS), formerly Land Systems South Africa (LSSA) procurements were made as per LSSA company policies which did not fully comply and was not required to comply with the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999 (PFMA). When LSSA was acquired by Denel it was acquired as a going concern and procurement contracts were already in place as was required by operations. Many of these contracts were based on formal supplier agreements and as such it could not be converted to comply with PFMA provisions until such time that these contracts were concluded in terms of its execution and processes and systems are in place which we have achieved. On this basis exemption were requested from National Treasury. Concurrent to the above, new procurement policies compliant with PFMA provisions were instituted at DVS.

 

 

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

   

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

   

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

05 December 2017 - NW3386

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Purdon, Mr RK to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

INFORMATION MEMORANDUM TO:Mogokare Richard Seleke DIRECTOR-GENERAL FROM :Justin De Allende RE:PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION NO. 3385 DATE:27 OCTOBER 2017 ================================================================ COVER MEMO AND THE PACKAGING OF PQ BY: Department of Public Enterprises ………………………………. Acting Deputy Director-General Date: COMMENTS: ……………………………………….. ………………………………… Mogokare Richard Seleke Director-General Date: APPROVED/DECLINED/COMMENTS ………………………………………….. ………………………………………….. …………………………………………. DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC ENTERPRISES REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY QUESTION FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION NO.:PQ 3386 DATE OF PUBLICATION: 27 October 2017 Mr R K Purdon (DA) to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises: What number of tons of coal were burned at each power station by Eskom (a) in the (i) 2014-15, (ii) 2015-16 and (iii) 2016-17 financial years and (b) since 1 April 2017?   REPLY: (a)(i)(ii)(iii) and (b) The table below lists number of tons of coal were burned at each power station by Eskom from (a)(i) 2014-15, (a)(ii) 2015-16, (a)(iii) 2016-17 financial years and (b) since 1 April 2017. Financial Year (a)(i) FY 2014-15 (a)(ii) FY 2015-16 (a)(iii) FY2016-17 (b) Sept 17 YTD Total Coal Burnt ( Kton) 119 179 114 806 113 737 57 803 Kusile       223 Medupi - 1 362 1 944 2 201 Duvha 7 260 7 600 8 487 4 325 Kendal 14 029 14 813 13 607 7 836 Lethabo 16 207 14 942 15 592 7 911 Majuba 12 938 11 457 11 676 6 717 Financial Year (a)(i) FY 2014-15 (a)(ii) FY 2015-16 (a)(iii) FY2016-17 (b) Sept 17 YTD Matimba 14 227 12 718 13 228 6 379 Matla 11 483 11 649 10 941 5 335 Tutuka 11 599 10 448 9 279 4 744 Arnot 5 595 5 865 5 707 2 462 Camden 5 074 4 561 4 493 1 943 Grootvlei 3 965 3 294 2 821 1 264 Hendrina 6 479 4 958 5 366 2 399 Komati 2 482 2 495 2 500 693 Kriel 7 841 8 644 8 096 3 371 Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved Mr. Mogokare Richard SelekeMs. Lynne Brown, MP Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises Date:Date:

Reply:

(a)(i)(ii)(iii) and (b)

The table below lists number of tons of coal were burned at each power station by Eskom from (a)(i) 2014-15, (a)(ii) 2015-16, (a)(iii) 2016-17 financial years and (b) since 1 April 2017.

Financial Year

(a)(i)

FY 2014-15

(a)(ii)

FY 2015-16

(a)(iii)

FY2016-17

(b) Sept 17 YTD

Total Coal Burnt ( Kton)

119 179

114 806

113 737

57 803

Kusile

 

 

 

223

Medupi

-

1 362

1 944

2 201

Duvha

7 260

7 600

8 487

4 325

Kendal

14 029

14 813

13 607

7 836

Lethabo

16 207

14 942

15 592

7 911

Majuba

12 938

11 457

11 676

6 717

Financial Year

(a)(i)

FY 2014-15

(a)(ii)

FY 2015-16

(a)(iii)

FY2016-17

(b) Sept 17 YTD

Matimba

14 227

12 718

13 228

6 379

Matla

11 483

11 649

10 941

5 335

Tutuka

11 599

10 448

9 279

4 744

Arnot

5 595

5 865

5 707

2 462

Camden

5 074

4 561

4 493

1 943

Grootvlei

3 965

3 294

2 821

1 264

Hendrina

6 479

4 958

5 366

2 399

Komati

2 482

2 495

2 500

693

Kriel

7 841

8 644

8 096

3 371

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

05 December 2017 - NW2160

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Is the derivative function, such as hedging dealing with foreign exchange contracts, currency swaps and forwards, of the state-owned entities reporting to her, including Eskom, Transnet and Denel, managed internally; if so, (a) how many employees work in this department in each case and (b) what is the experience level of these employees for each entity; if not, (i) who manages the derivatives function for each entity and (ii) what is the contract value for this function in each case?

Reply:

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

This function is not required at Alexkor.

(a)

Not applicable

(b)

Not applicable

 

(i)

(i)

 

(ii)

(ii)

DENEL SOC LIMITED

Denel manages its treasury through a group of treasury functions that includes hedging of the group’s foreign exchange exposure, the dealing and settling of all foreign payments and proceeds. The abovementioned function is conducted in line with the Treasury operations and procedures manual as approved by the Board.

(a)

The Denel Treasury department consists of 6 (SIX) persons with 6 (SIX) divisional CFO’s supporting the treasury function.

(b)

Experience levels ranges from 7 (SEVEN) to 38 (THIRTY EIGHT) years

 

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

Not applicable

ESKOM SOC LIMITED

(1)

Yes, Eskom manages its derivative function internally under the supervision of the Treasurer who has more than 20 years related experience.

(a)

This function is value-chain based with a staff complement of approximately 20 employees.

(b)

The team has experience of 15 years on average in the Treasury department, with qualifications ranging from PhD in Mathematics Statistics, CA (SA), Masters in Economics, BSc, BCom (Hons), Honours in Investment.

(b)(i)

Not applicable

(b)(ii)

Not applicable

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

It is SAFCOL’s stated policy at this stage not to trade and/or deal in financial instruments.

(a)

Not applicable

(b)

Not applicable

 

(i)

Not applicable

 

(ii)

Not applicable

SA EXPRESS SOC LIMITED

1. SA Express Airways does not perform any derivative functions, neither does it cover its foreign exchange exposure via foreign exchange contracts (FECs) and currency swaps. All foreign transactions are processed via spot i.e. two business days 

2. SA Express Airways does not have any employees managing derivative financial instruments because they are non-existent.

3. There is no derivative function which is done at SA Express

4. There is no value of any derivative contract since this function is not exercise.

TRANSNET SOC LIMITED

  1. Five employees.
  2. The experience levels of these employees are well advanced and ranges from about 10 years to 20 years per employee.
  3. The derivative function of Transnet is managed internally, except in cases where highly complex derivatives are used and specialist advise from external parties like banks and consultants are then utilized on an in need basis.
  4. Not applicable, as the derivative function is managed internally.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

Additional Information for the Minister’s attention only:

Table 1 below are qualifications and related work experience of Eskom’s Treasury employees executing the derivative function.

 

SURNAME

INITIALS

QUALIFICATIONS

YEARS OF RELATED EXPERIENCE

1

PILLAY

A

Bsc

18

2

MALEKA

DM

M Economics

21

3

SELEKA

MR

B Comm

18

4

ALEXANDER

JR

B Comm (Comp Science) and B Comm (Hons)

10

5

MASIKE

KAP

B.Comm (Hons)

16

6

PHOOKO

P

B. Com

5

7

BALI

KF

Grade 12 (Matric)

13

8

MAKHUVHA

VT

PhD (Mathematics Statistics)

25

9

PENXA

KA

BSc (Hons) in Applied Mathematics and PostGrad High Diploma in Maths of Finance

18

10

ZONDO

N

BSc Maths

4

11

NODADA

U

BSc (Maths and Applied Maths), BSc (Hons) in Financial Engineering

11

12

MALOBA

ME

BSc (Hons) in Applied Mathematics

3

13

MAKORO

TF

B Comm

22

14

MOTHAPO

M

B Comm

19

15

RAMALATSOA

AGP

Grade 12

23

16

SCHOLTZ

A

CA(SA), CFA, CIMA

16

17

FREDERICKS

Y

B Compt Accounting

19

18

NCOLOSI

CB

CA(SA)

7

The derivatives function is a value chain driven responsibility, beginning with Funding Execution and involves back office, Loan Management. Table 2 below qualifications and related work experience of Eskom’s Treasury employees in the funding execution and loan management areas.

 

SURNAME

INITIALS

QUALIFICATIONS

YEARS OF RELATED EXPERIENCE

19

SHWENI

SE

CA(SA)

18

20

RAPHAEL

JD

M Comm

16

21

BOTES

JM

B Comm

24

22

MNGUNI

NC

B.Comm (Honours Investment Management)

6

23

*GOITSEMODIMO

K

M Sc (Mathematics)

*8

24

*LEFIFI

K

CA(SA)

*1

25

MOLOKOANE

G

B Comm (Hons)

10

26

CROSS

TA

B Compt Accounting

27

17 November 2017 - NW2964

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether a certain company (name and details furnished) entered into any contracts with (a) Eskom and/or (b) Transnet; if so, in each case, (i) what is the purpose of each specified contract, (ii) what is the value of each contract, (iii) on what date was it signed, (iv) who approved the contract, (v) what was the outcome of the contract and (vi) what is the length of the contract?

Reply:

(a)

ESKOM SOC LTD

No, Eskom does not have a contract with Oliver Wyman. However Eskom has four contracts with Marsh (Pty) Ltd, a sister company to Oliver Wyman.

(i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v) and (vi)

Not applicable

(b)

TRANSNET SOC LTD

(1)(b)(i)

(1)(b)(ii)

(1)(b)(iii)

(1)(b)(iv)

(1)(b)(v)

(1)9b)(vi)

What is the purpose of the said contract

What is the value of the contract

When was it signed?

Who approved the contract?

What was the outcome of the contract?

What is the length of the contract?

Development of a Zero Based Operating Plan

$2 470 000 or R12 015 000

14 December 2007

CE: TFR at the time

Successful implementation of a Zero Based Train Operating Plan

28 weeks

MultiRail Software agreement – annual licence fees

$880 000 (R4 294 500) once off initial payment – thereafter annual licence fee of $112 000 (R537 402) pa increasing at CPI of New York City index – plus once off expenses of $50 000 (R239 697)

1 July 2008

Chief Information Officer at the time

Successful implementation of the MultiRail Software system

Ongoing annual licence fee until the MultiRail software system is discontinued at TFR

The member should note that as the Shareholder I receive this information in good faith from SOC’s and therefore submit them as such. Should the member have any information to the contrary it would be appreciated if such can be provided.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

17 November 2017 - NW3278

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Gqada, Ms T to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether, with reference to the reply to question 2967 on 12 October 2017 by the Minister of Energy, her department has a policy in place by which Eskom charges a 5 hectare smallholding over R1 300 per day extra for electricity lines between 1 500 meters and 3 500 meters from the outskirts of towns, as if they were rural lines; if not, (a) what is the position in this regard and (b) on what statutory grounds is Eskom relying to treat the specified smallholdings on the outskirts of towns as if they were big commercial farms; if so, what are the (i) details of the policy and (ii) reasons for having put the policy in place?

Reply:

No, Department of Public Enterprises does not have such a policy in place allowing Eskom to charge 5 hectare smallholdings over R1 300 per day extra for electricity lines between 1 500 meters and 3 500 meters from the outskirts of towns, as if they were rural lines.  

(a)

Based on the information provided in the question it is assumed that this customer resides on a small holding outside town which would be classified as rural. Rural are areas where there is low density typically one or a few customers per transformer and the Eskom “Rural” tariffs apply, whereas “Urban” refers to high density areas where transformers are shared by many customers, within towns or villages. These villages can be in remote areas, and typically are funded through the Integrated Electrification Programme.

Eskom has no tariff that charges R1300 per day for small power customers. The Eskom tariff does not specify a specific fixed charge for the size of the property, but rather based on the size of the supply and whether the area in which the connection takes place is classified as rural or urban for pricing purposes.

Eskom has urban residential tariffs with no fixed charges (Homelight) and rural tariffs that have no fixed charge (Landlight) and with fixed charges (Landrate).  Refer to Appendix 1 for an extract of Eskom’s tariff book with regard to Homelight, Landrate and Landlight.

  • Homelight would be applied in villages where the cost of connection is funded by the DoE electrification programme or in towns.  If a customer is outside of the village and as far away as 1500m to 3500m, the cost of connection is not covered by the electrification programme, and so the customer would have to pay this cost.
  • Rural tariffs are applied where Eskom has to build long lines to supply one or few customers, and these tariffs are not based on the commercial activity of the customer, but rather on the density. This would include individual customers in remote areas that have not been electrified as part of the Electrification Programme. There are customers that are excluded from being connected as part of the Electrification programme as they are too far away and the cost of the connection is too high. In this case, when they apply for a connection, the rural tariffs may be applicable. It is possible that over time the density of connections increase and then the customer would be converted at no cost to the most suitable urban tariff. The rural tariffs provide a rebate of this connection cost so that the customer can afford to be connected, but this does not mean that the rural tariff is more expensive. 
  • Eskom recently introduced the Landlight tariffs for rural areas, which provide a more affordable tariff than Landrate for lower consumption supplies than Landrate. Landlight does not have fixed charges, but still allows for a rebate of the connection costs.
  • Landrate is for single and three-phase supplies with higher consumption.

(b)

The Eskom tariffs are based on cost of supply studies, however it should be noted that Eskom tariffs and the application of rural and urban definition are approved by NERSA. 

(i)

Not applicable

(ii)

Not applicable

 

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

17 November 2017 - NW3277

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Gqada, Ms T to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) With reference to the Minister of Energy’s reply to question 2966 on 12 October 2017, (a) why does Eskom disagree with the creation of a national basket for maintenance that will require a percentage from municipality revenue as stipulated by her department, (b) what is the alternative plan from Eskom in this regard, (c) how does Eskom intend to deal with the maintenance backlog that the national basket for maintenance attempts to address, (d) what is the total cost of the backlog and (e) what percentage of the tariff increase requested by Eskom will be allocated to maintenance; (2)what is the current allocation of revenue that is allocated to Eskom for maintenance?

Reply:

(1)(a)

Eskom disagreed to being part of the national basket for the following reasons:

  • Eskom does not require additional funding outside the tariff increases to do maintenance of its Distribution infrastructure
  • Eskom has stated its ambition in its corporate plan to reduce its financial loans and government guarantees in the next five years
  • Eskom believes that Distribution should be a self-funding business.

 

(1)(b)

Based on the reasons in (1)(a) Eskom does not require an alternative plan

(1)(c)

From an Eskom perspective, there is no maintenance (repairs and preventative) backlog. Eskom Distribution has a preventative work order compliance rate of 99%.

(1)(d)

Not applicable, as Eskom does not have a backlog.

The maintenance budget (repairs and preventative) for the next 5 years is R25 484m.

(1)(e)

Looking at the make-up of the Eskom’s revenue application, this cannot be specifically broken down as the percentage, due to the application structure being expressed as the c/kwh and driven by the specific cost base

(2)

The 2017/2018 MYPD 3 Determination for the revenue allocation is R205 215m. The allocation for the total maintenance at Eskom level is R14 813m, of which R7 407m is the allocation for Distribution licence maintenance.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

17 November 2017 - NW1731

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Kopane, Ms SP to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether any staff of (a) her department and (b) each entity reporting to her were awarded any contracts or agreements to conduct business with any state entity in the (i) 2014-15, (ii) 2015-16 and (iii) 2016-17 financial years; if so, what are the (aa)(aaa) names and (bbb) professional designations of the staff members and (bb)(aaa) details of the contract(s) and/or agreement(s) awarded and (bbb) amounts in each case?

Reply:

a) DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES

Financial Year

(aa)(aaa) Names

(bbb) Designations

(bb)(aaa) Details of contract

(bbb) Amount

i) 2014/15

Matsietsi Mokholo

Deputy Director General: Legal & Governance.

 

1. Supply Stationary twice to

Transnet Freight Rail.

2. Alexkor Limited

R 5 988.42

R 17 995.63

ii) 2014/15

Christo Loots

Director: Legal & Governance.

10 year Lease Agreement with DPW to rent an Office Block to the NPA in Pietermaritzburg –

Commenced July 2007- End - May 2017

Gross Value of Ten Year lease: R3 413 619, 84 Annual Value:

R 341,316.19

iii) 2015/16

Christo Loots

Director: Legal & Governance

10 year Lease Agreement with DPW to rent an Office Block to the NPA in Pietermaritzburg –

Commenced July 2007- End - May 2017

Gross Value of Ten Year lease: R3 413 619, 84 Annual Value:

R 341,316.19

iv) 2016/17

Christo Loots

Director: Legal counsel

10 year Lease Agreement with DPW to rent an Office Block to the NPA in Pietermaritzburg –

Commenced July 2007- End -May 2017

Gross Value of Ten Year lease: R3 413 619, 84 Annual Value:

R 341,316.19

It should be noted that Ms. Mokholo had applied for permission to perform remuneration work outside the public service.

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

   

2014-15

Alexkor awarded no contract or agreement with other state-owned entity in the mentioned period.

2015-16

 

2016-17

 

(aaa)

NIL

(bbb)

NIL

(aaa)

NIL

(bbb)

NIL

DENEL SOC LIMITED

   

2014-15

Due to the decentralised nature of Denel SOC and its divisions as well the archiving processes within those divisions, we are unable to provide the responses required for the two years prior to 2016/17.

2015-16

 

2016-17

None

(aaa)

NIL

(bbb)

NIL

(aaa)

NIL

ESKOM SOC LTD

(b)

Yes, a total of 24 Eskom employees were identified by Sizwe Ntsaluba Gobodo who are Eskom’s external auditors. The 24 Eskom employees were identified to be directly conducting business with Eskom, as directors of companies awarded Eskom contracts or agreements. Eskom does not have information on Eskom employees who were awarded contracts or agreements to conduct business with other state entities.

(aa)(aaa); (bbb); (bb)(aaa); (bb)(bbb)

We attach the information on the 24 employees in Annexure A.

Annexure A

The table below provides detailed information as follows

 

(aa)(aaa)

Names

(aa)(bbb)

Professional designations

(bb)(aaa) Contract / agreement details

(bb)(bbb)

Amount

(b)(i)

2014 - 2015

(b)(ii)

2015 - 2016

(b)(iii)

2016 - 2017

1

Sew Marinda

Learner Plant Operator

Supply of Material

R 48 420.00

Yes

Yes

Yes

       

R3 837 809.52

Yes

Yes

Yes

2

Moeti M V Louisa

HR Officer

Gas Testing Service

R 583 340.00

Yes

No

No

3

Mofokeng N Octavia

Snr Controller Technical

Minor reticulation

R15 000 000.00

No

Yes

No

4

Maseko Noxolo

Snr Clerk – Support Services

Supply of equipment and material

R 50 000.40

No

No

Yes

5

Seangego L Samson

Driver Operator

Supply of material and catering

R97 418.00[1]

No

No

Yes

6

Maisele M Frans

Assistant Officer: Security

Cleaning services

R 40 776 057.60

Yes

Yes

Yes

       

R6 803 372.81

Yes

Yes

Yes

       

R 658 515.00

No

No

Yes

       

R12 379 511.78

Yes

Yes

No

7

Stevens Andre

Officer: Technical Training

Accommodation

R 3 350.00 (2016/17)

R35929.83

(2014/15)

Yes

No

Yes

8

Koekemoer C Iris

Snr Advisor: Programme management Office

Electrical Maintenance service

R 8 552 529.14

Yes

No

No

 

(aa)(aaa)

Names

(aa)(bbb)

Professional designations

(bb)(aaa) Contract / agreement details

(bb)(bbb)

Amount

(b)(i)

2014 - 2015

(b)(ii)

2015 - 2016

(b)(iii)

2016 - 2017

9

Khumalo N N Happy

HR Bursars

Mill Cleaning Company

R 9 870 704.88

No

Yes

No

10

Munyadziwa Hulisani

Snr Supervisor Technical Contracts

Maintenance services

R 10 755.72

No

No

Yes

11

Makhubu M Cypruice

Snr Plant Operator

Supply of Material

R 519 381.70

No

Yes

Yes

12

Mukhoro M Donald

Learner Non-Technical Logistics

Supply of material

R 937 194.84

No

No

Yes

13

Shobede M N Siphamandla

Technical C & I

Supply of material

R 355 519.78

No

Yes

Yes

15

Williams M D

Assistant officer: Live Line

Supply of equipment and material

R3 661 227.76

No

No

Yes

       

R7 153 747.01

No

No

Yes

15

Mmutle D Rasego

Merit Bursar

Supply of printing material

R 161 642.52

Yes

Yes

Yes

16

Lusenga V Trevor

Principal Technician

Supply of material

R 401 845.00

Yes

Yes

Yes

17

Mabena S Gladwin

HR EAL – Etdp Technical

Electrical maintenance Service

R6 049 928.31

Yes

Yes

Yes

18

Siluma P Patience

Snr Clerk: Support Services

Supply of office equipment

R 165 173.04

No

No

Yes

19

Malomane Ntiyiso

Learner: Cer Engineer

Supply of equipment and material

R 270 443.60

No

Yes

Yes

 

(aa)(aaa)

Names

(aa)(bbb)

Professional designations

(bb)(aaa) Contract / agreement details

(bb)(bbb)

Amount

(b)(i)

2014 - 2015

(b)(ii)

2015 - 2016

(b)(iii)

2016 - 2017

20

Mashaba S Sheron

Senior Plant Operator

Supply of material

R 176136.96

No

No

Yes

21

Kraai N Daliah

Middle Manager: Project Account

Supply of material

R 3 886 272.00

Yes

Yes

Yes

22

De Villiers Francois

Officer: Talent and Skill Manager

Technical Training

R 165 173.04

Yes

Yes

No

23

Maduna W Billy

Officer Technical Training

Technical Training

R 2 052 298.11

Yes

Yes

No

24

Ntsokolo M Mongezi

Group Executive

Energy supply service

R26 843 680 000.00[2]

No

Yes

Yes

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

  1. Not applicable.

(i)

2014-15

According to the records of SAFCOL, and to our knowledge, no staff member of SAFCOL was awarded any contract or agreement to conduct business with any state entity in the (i) 2014 – 15; (ii) 2015 – 16 and (iii) 2016 – 17 financial years.

(ii)

2015-16

 

(iii)

2016-17

 

(aa)

(aaa)

Not applicable.

 

(bbb)

Not applicable.

(bb)

(aaa)

Not applicable.

 

(bbb)

Not applicable.

     

(i)

2014-15

 

(ii)

2015-16

 

(iii)

2016-17

 

(aa)

(aaa)

 
 

(bbb)

 

(bb)

(aaa)

 
 

(bbb)

 

SA EXPRESS LTD

b) No employees of SAX Express were awarded contracts or agreements to conduct business with the state during the said period.

(b)

(i)

2014-15

No employees of SAX Express were awarded contracts or agreements to conduct business with the state during the said period (i) 2014 – 15; (ii) 2015 – 16 and (iii) 2016 – 17 financial years.

 

(ii)

2015-16

 
 

(iii)

2016-17

 
 

(aa)

(aaa)

Not applicable.

   

(bbb)

Not applicable.

 

(bb)

(aaa)

Not applicable.

   

(bbb)

Not applicable.

(a)

     

(b)

(i)

2014-15

 
 

(ii)

2015-16

 
 

(iii)

2016-17

 
 

(aa)

(aaa)

 
   

(bbb)

 
 

(bb)

(aaa)

 
   

(bbb)

 

TRANSNET SOC LIMITED

             
                 

 

 

 

(b)(aa)(aaa)

(b)(aa)(bbb)

(b)(i)

(b)(ii)

(b)(iii)

(b)(bb)(aaa)

(b)(bb)(bbb)

 

OD

Names

Professional designations

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

Details of contract/agreements

Amounts

Declarations

TFR

Darren Reddy

Employee - dismissed

x

x

x

Small purchases < R50 000

1 400 000

Non-declaration of interest

GSS

Pheladi Xaba

Commodity Manager: Group Strategic Sourcing (51% shareholder in husbands business KOPAX Consulting) - does not get involved in this business on a day to day basis

 

x

 

B-BBBEE Mock audit and training

3 232 057

Declared interest

 

Note: External audit, as part of the year-end audit, performed CAATS audit procedures using the entire Transnet employee population (with ID numbers) to check against a Database owned by the Auditor General of all contracts across all SOCs – issues where Transnet’s employees have done business with these companies will come up and need to be cleared with the auditors.  No issues have been reported for the 31 March 2017 audit.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

  1. Employee is a member of EXCO and the ccontract expires in September 2035.

30 October 2017 - NW3057

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Alberts, Mr ADW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)      With reference to the appointment of a certain company (name furnished) as investment adviser to the Transnet Second Defined Benefit Fund (TSDBF), (a) for what reason(s) the specified company paid a certain company (name furnished), (b) what services were rendered in this regard and (c) what total amount was paid; (2) Why the TSDBF’s board of trustees gave a blank mandate to the specified company as investment adviser to make investments according to its best judgement on behalf of the TSDBF without consulting the board of trustees; (3) Whether the trustees were authorised to take the specified decision to give such mandate to the company; if not, whether she has found that their deicision was ultra vires; if so, on what legal grounds they could depend in order to take this decision; (4) What are the names of the trustees who (a) voted in favour of the appointment of the company as investment adviser and (b)(i) are currently and/or (ii) were previously directors on the Transnet Board; (5) In what respect the Transnet Board played a role in having the company appointed as the investment advisor of the TSDBF?

Reply:

The TSDBF is a separate legal entity and the following answers were obtained from the TSDBF Principal Officer:

1(a) TSDBF had a fund management contract with Regiments as the investment advisor of the TSDBF and no contract with Trillian.  The question on the reasons for Regiments paying Trillian should be addressed to Regiments.

(b) Please refer to (a) above

(c) Regiments effected about R228 million transfer out of the Funds bank account. For the amount paid to Trillian by Regiments, please contact Regiments

2 The TSDBF Board of Trustees did not give a blank mandate to Regiments to make investments according to its best judgement on behalf of TSDBF without consulting the Board of Trustees.

The appointment and investment mandate was regulated and governed in terms of a legal investment mandate agreement as is standard practice.

3 The Trustees acted within the statutory authority vested in terms of the Rules of the Transnet Second Defined Benefit Fund.

4(a) It was a unanimous decision of the board of Trustees.

(b)(i) Brett Stagman; Yasmina Forbes;

(ii) Ellen Tshabalala; Herman Gazendam; Yasmina Forbes and Stanley Shane.

5 The Transnet Board played no role in having Regiments appointed. The members of the TSDBF board of trustees who were/are also directors of the Transnet Board acted in their capacity as the TSDBF board of trustees in appointing Regiments as the investment advisor of the TSDBF. NW3373E

Mogokare Richard Seleke Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

30 October 2017 - NW2802

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McLoughlin, Mr AR to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether progress had been made with the introduction of the maintenance, repari and overhaul facility for South Africa, as set out in the Strategy Statement of the 2016-17 Annual Report of SA Express; if not, what are the reasons for the failure; if so, what are the full relevant details?

Reply:

The formation of a Maintenance Repair and Overhaul facility to service the aircraft maintenance needs of the state is currently being considered through the development of an Optimal Corporate Structure for the realignment of the State Owned Airlines.


Mogokare Richard Seleke Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

30 October 2017 - NW3149

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) What are the root causes of the quadrupling of Eskom’s cost of electricity generation since 2007 which translates to an increase of 400% and (b) has she found that this has negatively affected the development and growth prospects of the country, in view of the fact that Eskom generates as much as 95% of the country’s electricity supply and, therefore, plays a critical role in our wellbeing and economic development?

Reply:

(a)

The average Eskom electricity price in 2007/8 financial year was 19.4c/kWh and in 2017/18 financial year it is around 85c/kWh. In nominal terms it represents an increase of 339% over the 10 years. The annual rate of inflation over this period averaged around 5.9%, therefore in real terms the current average price reflects an increase of 148% over the ten years.

It was widely reported in the media ten years and more ago, that Eskom’s price at that stage did not reflect the long run sustainable price. In essence the price mostly reflected fuel and operating/maintenance cost, with very little provision for the cost of the assets. This was mainly due to two reasons: firstly, a 24-year period of annual decreases in real terms in the price of electricity, taking it to a level that was the lowest in the world by a significant margin.

Secondly, the fact that the newest existing assets at that time were already around 16 years old and the average age of the assets much older. Therefore, the cost components of depreciation and cost of capital were inherently low – however at that stage Eskom’s average price had over the 24 years drifted down to a level that did not even reflect the full cost of that relatively low capital.

It is recognised that in the long run the capital-intensive nature of electricity generation and transmission implies that the capital cost usually comprises more than 50% of the total cost of electricity; however in 2007 it was very much lower than that. In addition, with the commencement of the build programme, it became evident that international prices for new power plant had nearly doubled in real terms over the preceding ten years. Hence media reports at the time quoted independent electricity experts that Eskom’s average price will have to treble over the next ten years, to enable Eskom to access the capital required for the new investments – therefore, for Eskom to be able to raise the debt and thereafter to honour the debt commitments in terms of repayment of debt principal and payment of debt interest.

At an average of 85c/kWh including transmission and distribution, Eskom’s current price translates to around 6.3c/kWh in US$ terms – far lower than any comparable international price for a coal-based system, including transmission and distribution, which generally starts at around 9.5c/kWh and higher. Eskom’s average price is therefore still quite competitive internationally and would still be so even after the requested increases, which are required because Eskom’s current 85c/kWh still does not fully reflect a level of prudent and efficient cost, as confirmed by any credible international comparison.

Clearly, electricity intensive industries would prefer lower prices. However if the price is below any credible international reference based on efficient cost, then it implies someone else would have to pay the difference. In the short term the annual revenue shortfall could be temporarily made up with additional borrowing, however in the longer term someone would have to pay to enable such borrowed capital to be repaid, including the interest. Economic theory and modelling conducted by independent specialist economic consultancies have confirmed numerous times that the overall economy would be worse off in terms of growth and job creation if the approach is followed to provide electricity at below its true efficient cost, with the shortfall being made up by the central fiscus thus by taxpayers.

(b)

No. Having engaged with the Departments leading in economic policy, planning and assessment; electricity is one of the various factors that potentially have adverse downstream impact on economic development. However, a thorough assessment into the wellbeing and development of the economy requires that a comprehensive assessment be done by the relevant Department(s) and must consider the impact of rising labor costs, electricity, lack of investment, and the structure of the economy among other factors.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

30 October 2017 - NW3033

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Carter, Ms D to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) (a) What matters has she requested that the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) investigate with regard to Eskom and (b) over what period; (2) Whether she has requested that the SIU investigation should cover the emergency coal and diesel contracts that Eskom had entered into since 1 January 2001; if not, why not?

Reply:

1. (a) The motivation submitted to the Honourable President Jacob Zuma requests a proclamation to be issued in order to authorize the SIU to among others investigate the following:

(i) Practices in the procurement of coal from various coal suppliers (inter alia, Tegeta Mining and Exploration: Brakfontein Colliery, Tshedza Mining Manungu Colliery, Keaton Mining Manungu Colliery and Universal Coal Kangala Colliery); coal transportation services and diesel;

(ii) Procurement by Eskom and Transnet and payments made in respect thereof in a manner that was not fair, equitable, transparent, competitive or cost-effective contrary to legislation, National Treasury instructions as well as Eskom’s and Transnet policies and procedures respectively;

(iii) Irregular payments or procurement that were facilitated through the improper conduct of employees of Eskom and Transnet with undisclosed or unauthorised conflicts of interest or any other person or entity in order unduly benefit themselves or others through corrupt or fraudulent means;

(iv) Mal-performance and/or maladministration in relation to projects in Eskom’s Build Programme;

(v) Any related unauthorised, irregular or fruitless and wasteful expenditure incurred by Eskom and Transnet;

(vi) The procurement of locomotives and other related tenders by Transnet SOC Limited and payments made in respect thereof in a manner that was not fair, equitable, transparent, competitive or cost-effective contrary to contrary to legislation, National Treasury instructions as well as Transnet’s policies and procedures;

(vii) The appointment of McKenzie, Trillian and Regiment Capital to render services to Eskom Holdings SOC Limited and payments made in respect thereof in a manner that was not fair, equitable, transparent, competitive or cost-effective contrary to applicable legislation, instructions issued by the National Treasury as well as Eskom’s policies and procedures; and

(v) iiiAny improper or unlawful conduct by any person or entity, in relation to the allegations set out in paragraphs 1 to 5 above.

(b) Please refer to motivation for the period under point 2 below.

(2) A decision was taken to undertake a complete review of Eskom’s procurement process and contracting requirements for the conclusion of coal supply contracts for the period October 2008 up to 21 July 2016. Therefore, the review by SIU is informed by the need to determine if there were unfair practices in awarding contracts and whether decisions taken by the board and/or the executives were always made in the interest of deriving the best value for money.

The period of review is informed by the fact that the emergency diesel and coal procurements were heighted between the period 2008 and 2016. Therefore, as a matter of priority, there is a need to determine if some of the emergency procurement were warranted. Furthermore, as mentioned in point 1 above, various investigation reports concerning Eskom and Transnet have been issued to date, however, it appears that not all findings have been adequately addressed hence it is important to independently review the reports and ensure that all recommendations contained therein are fully dealt with.

It is also important to note that if there are specific allegations that fall outside of this period, the Proclamation authorising the SIU to conduct investigations into the affairs of Eskom and Transnet may be amended to include those allegations. In this regard, I invite anyone who is aware of any allegations against any SOC to bring them forward so that they can be investigated.

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke

   

Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

 

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

30 October 2017 - NW2850

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)     Whether, with reference to her reply to question 1569 on 6 September 2017, Denel Vehicle Systems, a division of Denel, was given permission to be exempt from the provisions of the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999, for the year ending 31 March 2016; if so, (a) who granted the exemption and (b) why was it granted; (2) whether the exemption was gazetted; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) why was the exemption not tabled in Parliament?

Reply:

DENEL SOC LIMITED

INTRODUCTION

Please note that PQ 1569 was referring to contracts awarded to VR Laser by Denel. The issue of PFMA exemption relates to transactions entered into by Denel Vehicle Systems’ predecessor, BAE Systems Land Systems South Africa (LSSA), prior to the acquisition by Denel. Therefore, these are distinct matters which are unrelated.

In relation to the DVS application for exemption from the PFMA, the following responses are applicable to PQ 2850:

(1)

Denel SOC Ltd has not yet received a response to its application for the exemption from the National Treasury (NT).

 

(a)

NT would be the authority for granting exemptions; however, no response has been received as yet. Therefore, this question should be directed at NT as the authority and custodian of the process and in view of the exemption not having been granted, this question is premature.

 

(b)

See response in (a) above.

(2)

See response in (a) above.

(3)

The tabling, presumably, should be preceded by the Gazetting. Therefore, depending on the outcome of NT’s consideration, it is expected that the tabling in Parliament of the exemption shall be effected.

 

   

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

 

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

   

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

30 October 2017 - NW2803

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McLoughlin, Mr AR to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)What are the (a) relevant details of all aircraft forming part of the SA Express fleet as at 31 August 2017 and (b) which of the aircraft are serviceable; (2) Were any of the SA Express’ aircraft out of service in the 2016-17 financial year; if so, what are the reasons for the unserviceability in each case; (3) (a) On how many occasions did the SA Express charter aircraft from other airlines honour its commitments from 1 April 2015 to 31 August 2017, (b) what are the details of (i) the type of aircraft chartered and (ii) the airline from which the aircraft was chartered and (c)(i) for what period and (ii) at what cost was each aircraft chartered

Reply:

(1)

SA Express Aircraft

Reg. No

Aircraft Type

Status

ZS - NMI

CRJ200

In Service

ZS - NML

CRJ200

In Service

ZS – NMM

CRJ200

Out of Service

ZS - NMN

CRJ200

In Service

ZS – NMC

CRJ200

Out of Service

ZS - NMD

CRJ200

In Service

ZS - NME

CRJ200

In Service

ZS - NMF

CRJ200

In Service

ZS – NBF

CRJ700

Out of Service

ZS - NBG

CRJ700

In Service

ZS- NMO

Q400

Out of Service

ZS – NMS

Q400

Out of Service

ZS - YBP

Q400

In Service

ZS - YBR

Q400

In Service

ZS - YBT

Q400

In Service

ZS – YBU

Q400

Out of Service

ZS - YBW

Q400

In Service

ZS - YBX

Q400

In Service

ZS – YBY

Q400

Out of Service

ZS - YBZ

Q400

In Service

(2)The following aircraft were out of service:

Aircraft

Aircraft Type

Reason for Out of Service

NMO

Q400

NLG, Engines, Propellers, Engine mounts and robbed spares

NMS

Q400

NLG, Engines, Propellers, Engine mounts and robbed spares

YBU

Q400

NLG, Engines, Propellers, Engine mounts and robbed spares

YBY

Q400

NLG, Propellers, Engine mounts and robbed spares

NMC

CRJ200

Engines, Spares

NMM

CRJ200

Aircraft is robbed spares beyond economic repair.

(3) See below the link for  Annexure A.

 

http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW2803Annexure-171030.pdf

 

Mogokare Richard Seleke Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

 

30 October 2017 - NW2798

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Alberts, Mr ADW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)Whether, given the fact that (a) the (i) Transnet Second Defined Benefit Fund and (ii)Transport Pension Fund have a considerable surplus, (b) a large number of pensioners die in poverty each year and (c) the 2% rule has not yet been adapted, she will consider encouraging the trustees of the various funds to pay more that two ad hoc bonuses to the pensioners who are permitted to receive bonuses; if not, (aa) why not and (bb) what are the full relevant particulars and reasons in this regard; if so, (2) Whether some motivation will be given for paying an extra bonus as early as 2017; if not, what are the full reasons why this will not be done? NW3105E

Reply:

1. Any resolution taken by the Funds for payment of an ad hoc bonus in line with the Rules of the Funds will be considered for approval. There is no provision in the Rules of the Transnet Second Defined Benefit Fund and Transport Pension Fund (”the Funds”), that limits the number of bonuses payable. Ad hoc bonus payments are subject only to affordability, as certified by the Funds’ actuary. The payment of an ad hoc bonus is initiated by the Funds.

2. All requests from the Funds for approval of any ad hoc bonus payment are considered in a timely manner.

Mogokare Richard Seleke Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

09 October 2017 - NW1823

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether she has found that it is common practice for the subcommittees of the boards within entities reporting to her to make final decisions on tenders; if so, which entities have board subcommittees that make final decisions on tenders?

Reply:

In terms of the governance framework, particularly the Significance and Materiality Framework which cascades into each Company’s Delegation of Authority Framework, qualitative and quantitative thresholds are set and may be delegated to a Committee by the main Board.

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

The Alexkor Board is responsible for final decisions on tenders, as recommended by the Tender committee for Tenders above R 10 million.

DENEL SOC LIMITED

The Sub Committees of the Denel SOC Ltd Board do not make final decisions on tenders.

ESKOM SOC LTD

Yes, the Eskom Board Tender Committee (BTC) makes final decisions on tenders.

Eskom BTC assists Board in discharging their duties regarding procurement. This authority is delegated to the Eskom Board Tender Committee (BTC) by Eskom Board, in terms of the Eskom Delegation of Authority Policy as well as the mandate as contained in the Terms of Reference of the Committee approved by the Board.

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

The South African Forestry Company SOC Limited has as at date of this response not had any Board Subcommittee carrying this responsibility.

SAX SOC LIMITED

The Procurement Committee/ Board Sub-Committee recommends all tender submissions to the Board for final approval.

TRANSNET SOC LTD

There are delegated authorities relating to limits that can be approved at various levels.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mogokare Richard Seleke Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

09 October 2017 - NW1582

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

In view of her appointment of a certain person namely Mr Thamsanqa Msomi to the Board of Denel, (a) did she know of the specified person, (b) who introduced the person to her, (c) who recommended the appointment of the person to the board of the specified institution and (d) what criteria did she use to appoint the person to the specified board?

Reply:

a) I did not know of the specified person.

b) Please refer to the answer (a) above. The person was identified through the Board appointment process specified in (d).

c) Please refer to the answer (a) above. The person was recommended/nominated by Mr Bayanda Qiniselani Mzoneli.

d) The Board appointment process is as follows:

(i) An advertisement is issued inviting nominations of suitable persons for appointment to the Boards of the SOC within the DPE portfolio. In this instance, the advertisement went out in October 2014.

  1. Suitable candidates are decided on the basis of qualifications and expertise, skills, experience and business acumen.
  2. A nomination form must be filled in with personal information, qualifications, skills, experience, and the sector of interested indicated.
  3. All people that have responded are put on a database maintained by the Department. The database is consulted whenever a vacancy arises on any of the DPE SOC Boards. The list is updated every two years through a call for nominations, in the media.

(ii) The advertisement is followed by evaluation of the candidates against the criteria of qualifications, skills and experience specified and a long list is determined to determine the people who qualify for consideration.

(iii) The short list is then presented to the Minister for her consideration and approval. In this regard, the list can be revised depending on the Minister’s satisfaction with list provided.

(iv) Finally, the proposed short list of candidates approved by the Minister is presented to Cabinet for approval.

 

Remarks:

   

Reply: Approved / Not Approved

       

Mr Mogokare Richard Seleke

   

Ms Lynne Brown, MP

 

Director-General

   

Minister of Public Enterprises

Date:

   

Date:

09 October 2017 - NW2161

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Given the qualified audit opinion of R 2996 million in irregular expenditure shown on page 22 of Eskom’s 2016/17 annual financial statements, (a) what is the itemised cost breakdown of this irregular expenditure with supplier names for each item, (b) how was the R2996 million expenditure processed without supporting documentation given that the systems do not allow it, (c) what disciplinary measures have been instituted against individuals implicated in this irregular expenditure and (d) what measures is Eskom implementing to prevent this from reoccurring? TO:Mogokare Richard Seleke DIRECTOR-GENERAL FROM :Justin De Allende RE:PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION NO 2161 DATE:4 August 2017 ================================================================ To provide the Minister with a response to Parliamentary Question Number 2161 COVER MEMO AND THE PACKAGING OF PQ BY: Department of Public Enterprises ………………………………. Acting Deputy Director-General Date: COMMENTS: ……………………………………….. ………………………………… Mogokare Richard Seleke Director-General Date: APPROVED/DECLINED/COMMENTS ………………………………………….. ………………………………………….. …………………………………………. DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC ENTERPRISES REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY QUESTION FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION NO.:PQ 2161 DATE OF PUBLICATION: 4 August 2017 Mr E J Marais (DA) to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises: Given the qualified audit opinion of R 2996 million in irregular expenditure shown on page 22 of Eskom’s 2016/17 annual financial statements, (a) what is the itemised cost breakdown of this irregular expenditure with supplier names for each item, (b) how was the R2996 million expenditure processed without supporting documentation given that the systems do not allow it, (c) what disciplinary measures have been instituted against individuals implicated in this irregular expenditure and (d) what measures is Eskom implementing to prevent this from reoccurring?       REPLY: (a) Eskom has provided this detail in the Annual Financial Statements issued for the year ended 31 March 2017. Please refer to Note 52 on page 113. (b) Please refer to the attached note for details of the irregular expenditure. (c) A recovery plan has been developed, which includes instituting disciplinary measures and is in the process of execution. (d) Eskom has developed an improvement plan with the aim of addressing PFMA compliance. Please refer to Directors report on Page 13 to 14 of the Annual Financial Statements issued for the year ended 31 March 2017. Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved Mr. Mogokare Richard SelekeMs. Lynne Brown, MP Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises Date:Date: Annexure to PQ 2162 (B) 52.Information required by the Public Finance Management Act Any losses due to criminal conduct or irregular or fruitless and wasteful expenditure that individually (or collectively where items are closely related) exceed R25 million must be reported in terms of the significance and materiality framework agreed with the shareholder. 52.1Irregular expenditure Group and company Note 2017 Rm 2016 Rm Balance at beginning of the year 348 418 Current year expenditure 4 043 106 Amounts condoned (1 084) (146) Amounts not recoverable (not condoned) (311) (30) Balance at end of the year 2 996 348 Age analysis 2 996 348 Current year 2 992 38 Prior years 4 310 Comprising – 310 B2B engineering tools expenditure incurred without PFMA approval(a) Balance at beginning of the year 310 310 Amounts not recoverable (not condoned) (310) – Purchase of land without investment committee approval(b) – – Balance at beginning of the year – 108 Amounts condoned – (108) Breach of PPPFA: monetary thresholds – incorrect tender process applied(c) 92 11 Balance at beginning of the year 11 – Current year expenditure 95 41 Amounts condoned (13) – Amounts not recoverable (not condoned) (1) (30) Breach of the NEMA(d) – 7 Balance at beginning of the year 7 – 7 – Current year expenditure – Amounts condoned (7) Use of labour broker – internal processes not followed(e) – 10 Balance at beginning of the year 10 – Current year expenditure – 10 Amounts condoned (10) – Professional services contract – internal processes not followed – – Current year expenditure – 36 Amounts condoned – (36) Tender processes not adhered to – commitments made before approval(f) 56 1 Balance at beginning of the year 1 – Current year expenditure 549 3 Amounts condoned (494) (2) Procurement of services – incorrect classification as an emergency(g) 8 4 Balance at beginning of the year 4 – 4 Current year expenditure 4 Quality management – tender process not followed and insufficient delegation of authority 1 560 – Current year expenditure(h) Breach of PPPFA – tax clearance certificates(i ) 987 – Current year expenditure 1 453 – Amounts condoned (466) – Non-compliance with CIDB regulations( j) 8 – Current year expenditure 97 – Amounts condoned (89) – Breach of PFMA – use of sole source 96 – – 5 Current year expenditure(k) Breach of PFMA – tender processes not adhered to Current year expenditure(l) 189 Various other instances – Balance at beginning of the year 5 – 5 – Current year expenditure – Amounts condoned (5) Irregular expenditure (continued) B2B engineering tools expenditure incurred without PFMA approval The matter regarding the expenditure incurred on the B2B Engineering Tools project of R310 million before PFMA approval was reported in 2015. The expenditure was subsequently derecognised by the board in accordance with the National Treasury Guideline issued on 19 April 2016. Purchase of land without investment committee approval The matter regarding the purchase of land without investment committee approval was reported in 2015. The irregular expenditure incurred has been condoned by the relevant authority and has therefore been removed from the register of irregular expenditure. Breach of PPPFA: monetary thresholds – incorrect tender process applied Irregular expenditure of R95 million was incurred in breach of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA) as follows: the PPPFA requires that monetary thresholds to determine the appropriate point-scoring criteria applicable to specific transactions be considered inclusive of VAT. Eskom erroneously applied the thresholds exclusive of VAT. Certain procurement was therefore done using the incorrect point-scoring criteria and resulted in a breach of PPPFA. Irregular expenditure incurred on affected transactions amounted to R95 million (2016: R11 million) of which R13 million was condoned in 2017, including R11 million reported in 2016. An amount of R92 million was awaiting condonation at 31 March 2017. Eskom is ensuring that regular reviews are conducted and that buyers are made aware and retrained on the supply chain management procedure Eskom’s exemption from the PPPFA expired on 7 December 2012. Eskom paid R0.4 million (2016: R30 million) during the year on contracts that were entered into between 8 December 2012 and 31 March 2013 that were inconsistent with the requirements of the PPPFA. These contracts were not recalled or corrected at the time and Eskom continued to meet its obligations in terms of these contracts. All the affected transactions took place in the normal course of business and were subject to Eskom’s approved procurement policy in force at the time Breach of NEMA Eskom unlawfully commenced with construction activities for a 132 kV power line in the Eastern Cape Province along a route that was not authorised by the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA). An amount of R7 million was incurred on the portion of the line constructed in contravention of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA). Eskom rectified the breach and received the required authorisation from DEA on 2 September 2016. Eskom paid a penalty of R1 million imposed by DEA. Disciplinary action was concluded against three employees involved. Use of labour broker – internal processes not followed Eskom processes were not followed for the procurement of certain goods and services through a labour broker. The senior managers concerned were disciplined and the labour broker instructed to discontinue sundry payments. The expenditure was condoned and no further action is required. Tender processes not adhered to – commitments made before approval Irregular expenditure of R549 million comprising 245 incidents was incurred as a result of non-adherence to internal procurement processes and employees contravening the Eskom Delegation of Authority. Incidents totalling R56 million are awaiting condonation. Procurement of services – incorrect classification as an emergency Services procured to the value of R4 million (2016: R4 million) were incorrectly classified as an emergency in the procurement process. This matter will be submitted for condonation in 2018. Quality management – tender process not followed and insufficient delegation of authority Irregular expenditure estimated at R1 560 million was incurred because of the placement of contracts without proper delegation of authority or without following established processes during the 2008-2015 financial years. Multi-disciplinary investigations were conducted into indications of mismanagement and allegations of irregularities in the quality management department. Possible fruitless and wasteful expenditure of R886 million regarding this matter was reported in 2016. A further investigation was recently finalised by an independent external company with the following outcome: identification of irregular expenditure of R1 560 million because of the placement of contracts without proper delegation of authority or without following established processes during the 2008-2015 financial years with the bulk of the payments made on these contracts occurring in the 2013 and 2014 financial years estimated fruitless and wasteful expenditure of R510 million compared to the original estimate of R886 million reported in 2016. Refer to 52.2(a) losses due to criminal conduct of R2 million. Refer to 52.3(b) Actions taken to date include the following: two employees have been dismissed (one is a senior manager) a criminal case was opened with the South African Police Service to investigate possible fraudulent transactions civil action against Eskom by one of the main suppliers is being defended a fidelity claim has been lodged in terms of a commercial crime insurance policy with a cover limit of R3 billion for losses arising from fraudulent or dishonest acts committed by employees. This claim will be concluded once the legal matters have been finalised Further disciplinary, civil and/or criminal action as appropriate will be considered against other parties involved, including action to recover losses. The following contract management process improvements have been implemented: improvement in the monitoring of performance by the SHEQ panel service providers with regular inspections and enforcement of consequence management for poor or ineffective delivery effective segregation of duties reconciliation of task orders to scope, budget, timesheets, invoices and payments, with approval of timesheets by project managers on site limiting of long-term task orders and close monitoring of performance to ensure resources are not idle nor unproductive training of employees on effective electronic documentation management Breach of PPPFA – tax clearance certificates PPPFA regulations require that tenders may only be awarded to a person whose tax matters have been declared to be in order by SARS. SARS only issues such a confirmation to a person registered as a taxpayer. Three contracts with an award value of R340 million were reported as being under investigation in 2016. A further R126 million was incurred on these contracts during the year. They were confirmed as irregular in 2017 since no SARS declaration was found to be obtained at the time of award and were condoned during the year. There were 59 contracts that were similarly affected during 2017. Irregular expenditure of R987 million was incurred on these contracts during the year and is awaiting condonation. Non-compliance with CIDB regulations Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) regulations specify the different levels of grading that contractors must have based on the value of the contracts to be awarded (not a requirement for World Bank-funded contracts). Expenditure of R89 million was identified and condoned during the year on two foreign contracts awarded in terms of World Bank funding where the grading level was not in line with CIDB regulations. A further R8 million was incurred on a contract for which tender invitations were not advertised on the CIDB website as per the CIDB Regulation 24. Breach of PFMA – use of sole source There were three incidents of irregular expenditure totalling R96 million where the use of sole sources could not be adequately justified. Breach of PFMA – tender processes not adhered to There were 11 incidents of irregular expenditure totalling R189 million where approved supply chain management processes were not adhered to. Irregular expenditure under investigation There are numerous additional instances of procurement that are subject to investigation, namely: tender processes not adhered to including breaches of delegation of authority incorrect PPPFA points thresholds applied non-compliance with CIDB regulations lack of supporting documentation including tax clearance certificates award made to a company on a sole source basis which might not comply with the criteria of sole source and contract amount determined on a contingency fee basis non-declaration of conflicts of interest by employees and tenderers giving rise to a risk of undue influence contract information not reflected correctly in the reporting system These matters are being investigated and will be disclosed in a subsequent period should they prove to be irregular. Relevant authority for condonations Condonations are currently approved by the relevant internal governance committee unless it is specifically required to be approved by National Treasury. Eskom is awaiting clarification from National Treasury on whether a relevant government department responsible for a particular piece of legislation must approve condonation of a breach relating to that legislation. Fruitless and wasteful expenditure Incidents of fruitless and wasteful expenditure above the materiality threshold There was one (2016: one) major incident of fruitless and wasteful expenditure incurred by the group during the year that exceeded the materiality threshold of R25 million. This matter is carried forward from 2016. Fruitless and wasteful expenditure incurred by the quality management department An investigation by an independent external party confirmed fruitless and wasteful expenditure estimated at R510 million compared to the original estimate of R886 million reported in the previous financial year. Refer to 52.1(h). Incidents of fruitless and wasteful expenditure below the materiality threshold Total fruitless and wasteful expenditure which individually or collectively (where items are closely related) were below the materiality threshold was R37 million (2016: R93 million) comprising 210 (2016: 655) incidents of which 10 incidents accounted for R22 million. Management continues to institute preventive and corrective measures, including disciplinary action, as considered appropriate. Fruitless and wasteful expenditure under investigation There are currently 84 incidents of alleged fruitless and wasteful expenditure under investigation, of which none is expected to exceed the materiality threshold of R25 million. The nature and extent of potential losses incurred cannot be reasonably ascertained at this stage. It is important to note that these are allegations and many of these occurrences may not qualify as fruitless and wasteful expenditure upon conclusion of the investigations. Criminal conduct Theft of conductors, cabling and related equipment Losses due to conductor theft, cabling and related equipment totalled R70 million (2016: R85 million), involving 5 734 incidents (2016: 5 161 incidents). Actions to combat these losses are managed by the Eskom Network Equipment Crime Committee in collaboration with other affected state-owned companies and the South African Police Services. The combined effort resulted in 235 (2016: 229) arrests and R5 million (2016: R5 million) worth of stolen material was recovered. Fraud Eskom concluded 15 (2016: 14) investigations into fraud during the reporting period involving R24 million (2016: R33 million), including a R2 million loss due to criminal conduct on the quality management matter. Refer to note 52.1(h). The existing internal control measures in the affected areas as well as similar areas have been reviewed and enhanced. Disciplinary, criminal as well as civil proceedings have been instituted against those involved. Non-technical revenue losses Non-technical losses are estimated at R1.3 billion (2016: R1.2 billion). These arise mainly from meter tampering and bypasses, illegal connections to the electricity network and illegal vending of electricity. Interventions to reduce non-technical energy losses: implementation of technologies in the form of smart/split meters with protective enclosures to prevent access to the meter disconnection of illegal connections, meter tampers and imposition of penalties (tamper fines) estimation and recovery of revenue for historic unaccounted energy where tampered metering installations are encountered revision of supply group codes on prepaid meters to prevent the use of illegal prepaid vouchers investigations and prosecution of criminals perpetrating electricity theft through the sale of illegal prepaid vouchers, illegal electrification and meter tampering services customer education, social mobilisation and partnership campaigns to drive behaviour change

Reply:

(a)

Eskom has provided this detail in the Annual Financial Statements issued for the year ended 31 March 2017. Please refer to Note 52 on page 113.

(b)

Please refer to the attached note for details of the irregular expenditure.

(c)

A recovery plan has been developed, which includes instituting disciplinary measures and is in the process of execution.

(d)

Eskom has developed an improvement plan with the aim of addressing PFMA compliance. Please refer to Directors report on Page 13 to 14 of the Annual Financial Statements issued for the year ended 31 March 2017.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

Annexure to PQ 2162 (B)

52. Information required by the Public Finance Management Act

Any losses due to criminal conduct or irregular or fruitless and wasteful expenditure that individually (or collectively where items are closely related) exceed R25 million must be reported in terms of the significance and materiality framework agreed with the shareholder.

52.1 Irregular expenditure

Group and company

Note

2017

Rm

2016

Rm

Balance at beginning of the year

348

418

Current year expenditure

4 043

106

Amounts condoned

(1 084)

(146)

Amounts not recoverable (not condoned)

(311)

(30)

Balance at end of the year

2 996

348

Age analysis

2 996

348

Current year

2 992

38

Prior years

4

310

Comprising

310

B2B engineering tools expenditure incurred without PFMA approval (a)

   

Balance at beginning of the year

310

310

Amounts not recoverable (not condoned)

(310)

Purchase of land without investment committee approval (b)

Balance at beginning of the year

108

Amounts condoned

(108)

Breach of PPPFA: monetary thresholds – incorrect tender process applied (c)

92

11

Balance at beginning of the year

11

Current year expenditure

95

41

Amounts condoned

(13)

Amounts not recoverable (not condoned)

(1)

(30)

Breach of the NEMA (d)

7

Balance at beginning of the year

7

– 7

Current year expenditure

 

Amounts condoned

(7)

 

Use of labour broker – internal processes not followed (e)

10

Balance at beginning of the year

10

Current year expenditure

10

Amounts condoned

(10)

Professional services contract – internal processes not followed

Current year expenditure

36

Amounts condoned

(36)

Tender processes not adhered to – commitments made before approval (f)

56

1

Balance at beginning of the year

1

Current year expenditure

549

3

Amounts condoned

(494)

(2)

Procurement of services – incorrect classification as an emergency (g)

8

4

Balance at beginning of the year

4

– 4

Current year expenditure

4

 

Quality management – tender process not followed and insufficient delegation of authority

1 560

Current year expenditure (h)

   

Breach of PPPFA – tax clearance certificates (i )

987

Current year expenditure

1 453

Amounts condoned

(466)

Non-compliance with CIDB regulations ( j)

8

Current year expenditure

97

Amounts condoned

(89)

Breach of PFMA – use of sole source

96

– 5

Current year expenditure (k)

   

Breach of PFMA – tender processes not adhered to

   

Current year expenditure (l)

189

 

Various other instances

 

Balance at beginning of the year

5

– 5

Current year expenditure

 

Amounts condoned

(5)

 

52.1 Irregular expenditure (continued)

a) B2B engineering tools expenditure incurred without PFMA approval

The matter regarding the expenditure incurred on the B2B Engineering Tools project of R310 million before PFMA approval was reported in 2015. The expenditure was subsequently derecognised by the board in accordance with the National Treasury Guideline issued on 19 April 2016.

b) Purchase of land without investment committee approval

The matter regarding the purchase of land without investment committee approval was reported in 2015. The irregular expenditure incurred has been condoned by the relevant authority and has therefore been removed from the register of irregular expenditure.

c) Breach of PPPFA: monetary thresholds – incorrect tender process applied

Irregular expenditure of R95 million was incurred in breach of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA) as follows:

    • the PPPFA requires that monetary thresholds to determine the appropriate point-scoring criteria applicable to specific transactions be considered inclusive of VAT. Eskom erroneously applied the thresholds exclusive of VAT. Certain procurement was therefore done using the incorrect point-scoring criteria and resulted in a breach of PPPFA. Irregular expenditure incurred on affected transactions amounted to R95 million (2016: R11 million) of which R13 million was condoned in 2017, including R11 million reported in 2016. An amount of R92 million was awaiting condonation at 31 March 2017. Eskom is ensuring that regular reviews are conducted and that buyers are made aware and retrained on the supply chain management procedure
    • Eskom’s exemption from the PPPFA expired on 7 December 2012. Eskom paid R0.4 million (2016: R30 million) during the year on contracts that were entered into between 8 December 2012 and 31 March 2013 that were inconsistent with the requirements of the PPPFA. These contracts were not recalled or corrected at the time and Eskom continued to meet its obligations in terms of these contracts. All the affected transactions took place in the normal course of business and were subject to Eskom’s approved procurement policy in force at the time

d) Breach of NEMA

Eskom unlawfully commenced with construction activities for a 132 kV power line in the Eastern Cape Province along a route that was not authorised by the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA). An amount of R7 million was incurred on the portion of the line constructed in contravention of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA). Eskom rectified the breach and received the required authorisation from DEA on 2 September 2016. Eskom paid a penalty of R1 million imposed by DEA. Disciplinary action was concluded against three employees involved.

e) Use of labour broker – internal processes not followed

Eskom processes were not followed for the procurement of certain goods and services through a labour broker. The senior managers concerned were disciplined and the labour broker instructed to discontinue sundry payments. The expenditure was condoned and no further action is required.

f) Tender processes not adhered to – commitments made before approval

Irregular expenditure of R549 million comprising 245 incidents was incurred as a result of non-adherence to internal procurement processes and employees contravening the Eskom Delegation of Authority. Incidents totalling R56 million are awaiting condonation.

g) Procurement of services – incorrect classification as an emergency

Services procured to the value of R4 million (2016: R4 million) were incorrectly classified as an emergency in the procurement process. This matter will be submitted for condonation in 2018.

h) Quality management – tender process not followed and insufficient delegation of authority

Irregular expenditure estimated at R1 560 million was incurred because of the placement of contracts without proper delegation of authority or without following established processes during the 2008-2015 financial years.

Multi-disciplinary investigations were conducted into indications of mismanagement and allegations of irregularities in the quality management department. Possible fruitless and wasteful expenditure of R886 million regarding this matter was reported in 2016.

A further investigation was recently finalised by an independent external company with the following outcome:

    • identification of irregular expenditure of R1 560 million because of the placement of contracts without proper delegation of authority or without following established processes during the 2008-2015 financial years with the bulk of the payments made on these contracts occurring in the 2013 and 2014 financial years
    • estimated fruitless and wasteful expenditure of R510 million compared to the original estimate of R886 million reported in 2016. Refer to 52.2(a)
    • losses due to criminal conduct of R2 million. Refer to 52.3(b)

Actions taken to date include the following:

    • two employees have been dismissed (one is a senior manager)
    • a criminal case was opened with the South African Police Service to investigate possible fraudulent transactions
    • civil action against Eskom by one of the main suppliers is being defended
    • a fidelity claim has been lodged in terms of a commercial crime insurance policy with a cover limit of R3 billion for losses arising from fraudulent or dishonest acts committed by employees. This claim will be concluded once the legal matters have been finalised

Further disciplinary, civil and/or criminal action as appropriate will be considered against other parties involved, including action to recover losses.

The following contract management process improvements have been implemented:

    • improvement in the monitoring of performance by the SHEQ panel service providers with regular inspections and enforcement of consequence management for poor or ineffective delivery
    • effective segregation of duties
    • reconciliation of task orders to scope, budget, timesheets, invoices and payments, with approval of timesheets by project managers on site
    • limiting of long-term task orders and close monitoring of performance to ensure resources are not idle nor unproductive
    • training of employees on effective electronic documentation management

i) Breach of PPPFA – tax clearance certificates

PPPFA regulations require that tenders may only be awarded to a person whose tax matters have been declared to be in order by SARS. SARS only issues such a confirmation to a person registered as a taxpayer. Three contracts with an award value of R340 million were reported as being under investigation in 2016. A further R126 million was incurred on these contracts during the year. They were confirmed as irregular in 2017 since no SARS declaration was found to be obtained at the time of award and were condoned during the year. There were 59 contracts that were similarly affected during 2017. Irregular expenditure of R987 million was incurred on these contracts during the year and is awaiting condonation.

j) Non-compliance with CIDB regulations

Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) regulations specify the different levels of grading that contractors must have based on the value of the contracts to be awarded (not a requirement for World Bank-funded contracts). Expenditure of R89 million was identified and condoned during the year on two foreign contracts awarded in terms of World Bank funding where the grading level was not in line with CIDB regulations. A further R8 million was incurred on a contract for which tender invitations were not advertised on the CIDB website as per the CIDB Regulation 24.

k) Breach of PFMA – use of sole source

There were three incidents of irregular expenditure totalling R96 million where the use of sole sources could not be adequately justified.

l) Breach of PFMA – tender processes not adhered to

There were 11 incidents of irregular expenditure totalling R189 million where approved supply chain management processes were not adhered to.

m) Irregular expenditure under investigation

There are numerous additional instances of procurement that are subject to investigation, namely:

    • tender processes not adhered to including breaches of delegation of authority
    • incorrect PPPFA points thresholds applied
    • non-compliance with CIDB regulations
    • lack of supporting documentation including tax clearance certificates
    • award made to a company on a sole source basis which might not comply with the criteria of sole source and contract amount determined on a contingency fee basis
    • non-declaration of conflicts of interest by employees and tenderers giving rise to a risk of undue influence
    • contract information not reflected correctly in the reporting system

These matters are being investigated and will be disclosed in a subsequent period should they prove to be irregular.

n) Relevant authority for condonations

Condonations are currently approved by the relevant internal governance committee unless it is specifically required to be approved by National Treasury. Eskom is awaiting clarification from National Treasury on whether a relevant government department responsible for a particular piece of legislation must approve condonation of a breach relating to that legislation.

 

52.2 Fruitless and wasteful expenditure

a) Incidents of fruitless and wasteful expenditure above the materiality threshold

There was one (2016: one) major incident of fruitless and wasteful expenditure incurred by the group during the year that exceeded the materiality threshold of R25 million. This matter is carried forward from 2016.

Fruitless and wasteful expenditure incurred by the quality management department

An investigation by an independent external party confirmed fruitless and wasteful expenditure estimated at R510 million compared to the original estimate of R886 million reported in the previous financial year. Refer to 52.1(h).

b) Incidents of fruitless and wasteful expenditure below the materiality threshold

Total fruitless and wasteful expenditure which individually or collectively (where items are closely related) were below the materiality threshold was R37 million (2016: R93 million) comprising 210 (2016: 655) incidents of which 10 incidents accounted for R22 million. Management continues to institute preventive and corrective measures, including disciplinary action, as considered appropriate.

c) Fruitless and wasteful expenditure under investigation

There are currently 84 incidents of alleged fruitless and wasteful expenditure under investigation, of which none is expected to exceed the materiality threshold of R25 million. The nature and extent of potential losses incurred cannot be reasonably ascertained at this stage. It is important to note that these are allegations and many of these occurrences may not qualify as fruitless and wasteful expenditure upon conclusion of the investigations.

 

52.3 Criminal conduct

a) Theft of conductors, cabling and related equipment

Losses due to conductor theft, cabling and related equipment totalled R70 million (2016: R85 million), involving 5 734 incidents (2016: 5 161 incidents). Actions to combat these losses are managed by the Eskom Network Equipment Crime Committee in collaboration with other affected state-owned companies and the South African Police Services. The combined effort resulted in 235 (2016: 229) arrests and R5 million (2016: R5 million) worth of stolen material was recovered.

b) Fraud

Eskom concluded 15 (2016: 14) investigations into fraud during the reporting period involving R24 million (2016: R33 million), including a R2 million loss due to criminal conduct on the quality management matter. Refer to note 52.1(h). The existing internal control measures in the affected areas as well as similar areas have been reviewed and enhanced. Disciplinary, criminal as well as civil proceedings have been instituted against those involved.

c) Non-technical revenue losses

Non-technical losses are estimated at R1.3 billion (2016: R1.2 billion). These arise mainly from meter tampering and bypasses, illegal connections to the electricity network and illegal vending of electricity.

Interventions to reduce non-technical energy losses:

    • implementation of technologies in the form of smart/split meters with protective enclosures to prevent access to the meter
    • disconnection of illegal connections, meter tampers and imposition of penalties (tamper fines)
    • estimation and recovery of revenue for historic unaccounted energy where tampered metering installations are encountered
    • revision of supply group codes on prepaid meters to prevent the use of illegal prepaid vouchers
    • investigations and prosecution of criminals perpetrating electricity theft through the sale of illegal prepaid vouchers, illegal electrification and meter tampering services
    • customer education, social mobilisation and partnership campaigns to drive behaviour change

09 October 2017 - NW2088

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Mashabela, Ms N to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether (a) her department and/or (b) any entities reporting to her are funding, including by way of discretionary funding, any institution of research and development (i) domestically and/or (ii) internationally; if so, (aa)(aaa) what are the names of the specified institutions and (bbb) what are their functions, (bb) from what date has her department or any entity reporting to her been funding them and (cc) what amount has her department contributed towards such funding? NW2310E

Reply:

DPE RESPONSE

a) (i) Yes

(ii) No, DPE is not funding, including by way of discretionary funding, international Research and Development institutions.

b) Not applicable

(aa) (aaa) (bbb) (bb)

See summary below, of the institutions which DPE has collaborative agreement with:

 

(i)

LOCAL OR DOMESTIC INSTITUTIONS

   

Institutions

Date of Reporting

Relation with DPE Functions of Entities

Estimated amount

   

(aa)(aaa)

(bb)

(bbb)

(cc)

   

University of Johannesburg

March 2017

To provide with the knowledge and skills needed in the workplace.

R 2 528 976.00

   

WITS University

March 2017

To provide with the knowledge and skills needed in the workplace.

R 1 429 275.00

ALEXKOR SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not Applicable

(b)

(i)

No

 

(ii)

No

   

(aa)

(aaa)

Not applicable

     

(bbb)

Not applicable

   

(bb)

Not applicable

(cc) Not applicable

DENEL SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not Applicable

(b)

(i)

No

 

(ii)

No

   

(aa)

(aaa)

Not applicable

     

(bbb)

Not applicable

   

(bb)

Not applicable

   

(cc)

Not applicable

     

ESKOM SOC LTD

(b)

Yes, Eskom has a multitude of memberships, joint development and bilateral agreements with both Domestic and International Research Testing & Development bodies and Institutions of Higher Learning.  These agreements are for definitive scopes of work and are relevant to Eskom’s operational and strategic imperatives. Intellectual Property and Royalty agreements are in place where joint development work is undertaken.

(b)(i)

Yes, Eskom is funding, including by way of discretionary funding, domestic Research, Testing and Development institutions

(b)(ii)

No, Eskom is not funding, including by way of discretionary funding, international Research, Testing and Development institutions

(b)(i)(aa)(aaa)(bbb)(bb)(cc)

See summary below, of the institutions which Eskom funded including their function, date from which funding commenced and amounts funded for financial year 2016/17.

 

Name of the institution (aa)(aaa)

Function done by the institutions (bbb)

Date from which Eskom funded the institution (bb)

Amount that Eskom has contributed in financial year 2016/17 (cc)

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

South Africa's central and premier scientific research and development organisation

2012.12.04

R 5 168 153.00

Universities

Study and research centers

2015.11.30

R22 905 507.00

The detail on research done per institution is included in Annexure A & B.

Annexure A

 

Name of the institution (aa)(aaa)

Research done by the institutions (aa)(bbb)

1

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

Turbine Blade Refurbishment II

2

 

Load Forecasting

3

 

Laser Shock Peening

4

 

Vibe

5

 

Camera I+I+III

6

 

NDT of Laser-enabled refurbishment

7

 

CAE Capability

8

 

Camden Ash Utilisation

9

 

Rotor Refurbishment

10

 

Solar PV Economics

11

 

Home Energy Management & Optimisation

11

 

Test beds for reliable smart city Machine-to-Machine Communication (TRESCIMO)

12

 

Thermal Desalination

13

 

Turbine Blade Refurbishment

14

 

Regional Air Quality Modelling

15

 

Wave Energy Site Selection Study

16

University of the Witwatersrand

Bhugwandin-Strat Impl & Exe

17

 

Bisnath-HV Overhead

18

University of Western Cape

Gericke-Capacitive Deionization

19

 

Reynolds-Mine Backfill GeoHydro

20

 

Reynolds-Lab Test Geochem Kinetic Leaching

21

 

Reynolds-Lab Test Hydraulics

22

 

Reynolds-Simulation of mod test result

23

 

Reynolds-Numerical Geochem reaction model

24

 

Reynolds-Integrated num flow and trans model

25

 

Reynolds-Reporting

26

Stellenbosch University

Gericke-counter flow cooling tower

27

 

Westhuyzen-PV Penetration W Cape

28

 

Bischoff-Lightning & Power Frequency

29

 

Westhuyzen-SAURAN

30

University of the Witwatersrand

Gericke-Groundwater Reports

31

University of Cape Town

Gericke-Multi Effect Distribution

32

 

Newby-Boiler Heat Exchanger

33

 

Gericke-Saline Streams

34

North-West University

Mbedzi-Baseline Assessment Sharpville

35

 

Gericke-characteristics of water

36

 

Fipaza-nuclear High T Reactor

37

 

Monametsi-Black C & Hg

38

 

Mbedzi-Source Apport Vaal

39

University of Johannesburg

Moodley-Water Samples

40

Nelson Mandela University

Newby-Course on ASMEVIII

41

 

Scheepers-Charact of WB36

42

 

Serameng-LCOE on the Solar PV Plants

43

University of Pretoria

Reynolds-ash - soil amelioration

44

 

Reynolds-Kruger Ment; Surridge Micro

45

 

Reynolds-Ash Rubber Extention

46

University of the Free State  

Reynolds-bioremediation

Annexure B

Name of the institution (aa)(aaa)

Research done by the institutions (aa)(bbb)

Amount that Eskom has committed in financial year 2016/17 (cc)

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

Camera I+I+III

To be paid

 

Rotor Refurbishment

To be paid

 

Solar PV Economics

To be paid

 

Test beds for reliable smart city Machine-to-Machine Communication (TRESCIMO)

To be paid

 

Regional Air Quality Modelling

 To be paid

Eskom is exploring a R2.8 million collaborative development agreement with the CSIR for the establishment of a national Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) facility.  The need for a facility of this nature stems from the need to develop local NDT skills and capacity, NDT procedure qualifications and having qualified independent oversight on contractors undertaking NDT work at Eskom sites.   The application for this funding is currently pending internal approval and is being channeled through the Eskom governance process.

Furthermore, we attach Annexure B which detail includes work carried out although Eskom has not yet made payment.

The following Eskom policies support the manner in which collaborative R&D agreements are managed:

  • Eskom IP management policy,
  • Procurement & Supply Chain Management Policy,
  • Eskom’s Legal Policies governing MOAs/MOUs.

Annexure B

Name of the institution (aa)(aaa)

Research done by the institutions (aa)(bbb)

Amount that Eskom has committed in financial year 2016/17 (cc)

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

Camera I+I+III

To be paid

 

Rotor Refurbishment

To be paid

 

Solar PV Economics

To be paid

 

Test beds for reliable smart city Machine-to-Machine Communication (TRESCIMO)

To be paid

 

Regional Air Quality Modelling

 To be paid

SAFCOL SOC LIMITED

(a)

Not applicable

(b)

SAFCOL does not have any specific institution that it is funding by way of collaborative discretionary funding. However, SAFCOL has relationships with the following institutions as members and paying a membership fee, or paying on project basis:

 

(i)

LOCAL OR DOMESTIC INSTITUTIONS

   

Institutions

Date of Reporting

Relation with SAFCOL / Functions of Entities

Estimated amount

   

(aa)(aaa)

(bb)

(bbb)

(cc)

   

University of Pretoria

2008 - current

SAFCOL has a forestry Chair programme with the University of Pretoria to train students and improve post graduate research

R1 200 000 p.a.

(including Bursaries)

   

University of Stellenbosch

Unknown - current

Tertiary Forestry Education – training students

Unknown

Bursaries vary per year.

R454 441 in 2016

   

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU)

Unknown - current

Tertiary Forest Education – training students

Unknown

Bursaries vary per year.

R260 586 in 2016

   

Institutions

Date of Reporting

Relation with SAFCOL / Functions of Entities

Estimated amount

   

(aa)(aaa)

(bb)

(bbb)

(cc)

   

FABI / TPCP (Tree Protection COOP, University of Pretoria

1990 - current

Tree protection (pests and diseases)

R500 000 p.a.

   

National Forestry Research Forum (NFRF)

2016 – current

The institution does research for the forestry industry

No membership fees

   

Forestry South Africa (FSA)

Unknown - current

South African Professional Forestry Association membership

R2.50 per ton sold

   

ICFR (Institute of Commercial Forestry Research)

1980 – current

Siviculture research 1980

R400 000 p.a.

   

CSIR

20160- current

Research

Currently no funding (future projects)

   

Forest Molecular Group (FMG), University of Pretoria

2016 – current

Research (genetic research on trees)

Currently no funding (future projects)

   

Baboon Damage Working Group

2000 – current

Research (on animals causing damage to SAFCOL trees)

R200 000 p.a.

   

South African Sirex Control Programme

2010 - current

Research and tree protection (pest control for better tree survival)

R 200 000 p.a.

   

Timber Industry Pesticide Working Group(TIPWG)

Unknown - current

Pesticide environmental control

R100 000 per project

   

Institutions

Date of Reporting

Relation with SAFCOL / Functions of Entities

Estimated amount

   

(aa)(aaa)

(bb)

(bbb)

(cc)

   

Seedling Growers Association of South Africa (SGASA)

Unknown - current

Latest technology on nurseries

R 20 000 p.a.

 

(ii)

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

   

Institutions

Date of Reporting

Relation with SAFCOL / Functions of Entities

Estimated amount

   

(aa)(aaa)

(bb)

(bbb)

(cc)

   

CAMCORE (Camcore Cooperation)

1983 – current

Conservation, testing and breeding of forest tree species in the Tropics and Sub-Tropics

R400 000 p.a.

   

IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organisations)

1980 - current

Research

R 30 000 p.a.

SAX SOC LIMITED

South African Express does not provide funding to any institution/s for any research and development purposes.

TRANSNET SOC LIMITED

  1. N/A

(b)(i) Transnet has partnerships and sponsorships with various Universities to conduct research and development.

University of Cape Town (UCT):

  • Sponsorship: Research and Education Programme in Rail Engineering, faculty Building Environment, Engineering and Information technology
  • Duration: 2013-2018
  • Value: R6 000 000.00

 

University of Pretoria (UP):

  • Sponsorship: Chair in Railway faculty Building Environment, Engineering and Information technology
  • Duration 2013-2018
  • Value: R12,6m

University of the Witwatersrand (WITS):

  • Sponsorship: Systems Engineering
  • Duration: 2012-2017
  • Value: R58,762 000.00

University of Stellenbosch (US)

  • Sponsorship: Port and Coastal Engineering
  • Duration: 2015-2020
  • Value R9 400 00.00

(b) (ii) None

(bb) None

(bbb) None

(cc) N/A

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

26 September 2017 - NW2723

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether SA Express made payments to a certain company (name furnished) (a) in each of the past three financial year and (b) since 1 April 2017; if so, (i) on what dates were the payments made, (ii) what is the total amount that was paid, (iii) who authorised the payment and (iv) what was it for?

Reply:

   

REGIMENTS

TRILLIAN

FY

Amount (R)

Authorised by

Purpose

 

Amount (R)

Authorised by

Purpose

2013/14

3 648 000.00 

CEO/CFO 

 Funding plan and balance sheet optimisation. 

 

 

 

CEO/CFO 

 Funding plan and balance sheet optimisation. 

 

2014/15

1 777 123.00 

 

   

 

 

 

2015/16

2 793 000.00 

 

 

2016

5 700 000.00  

   

Mogokare Richard Seleke Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

26 September 2017 - NW2680

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Mbatha, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether she made a phone call to a certain person on a certain date (name and details furnished) to instruct, order or request the specified person not to proceed with the special board meeting to suspend a certain person (name furnished); if so, who informed her about the special board meeting (details furnished)?

Reply:

No.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

 

26 September 2017 - NW2024

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) Whether Transnet entered into any contracts with certain companies (names furnished); if so, what (i) were the costs involved and (ii) are the further relevant details; (2) Whether the report on the irregularities between certain companies (names furnished) will be made available; if not, why not; if so, on what date will it be made available?

Reply:

1(a) Transnet has not entered into any contracts nor paid any amounts to Homix Enterprises.

1(b) Transnet entered into a contract with Cutting Edge Commerce for the provision of a solution for a systems analytical tool and capability to report on key procurement metrics and analysis.

1(b)(i) Whilst Transnet is committed to providing as transparent an account of the information requested, Transnet is bound by contractual obligations it owes to these suppliers and the disclosure of the values would be in breach of the confidentiality clauses of the contracts Transnet has with these suppliers and the disclosure of the financial information regarding these contracts would prejudice the commercial interests and rights of these suppliers. Such unauthorized disclosure may expose Transnet to legal proceedings and its directors and officers to charges of failing to comply with their fudiciary duties to the company.

1(b)(ii) None.

2 TMST took Transnet to Court after Transnet cancelled the Contract between the parties. Transnet won the case at both the Durban High Court as well as the Supreme Court of Appeal.

TMST requested the Group Chief Executive and Chairperson of Transnet to test various allegations pursuant to the failure of their Court Case. Transnet engaged an external service provider to investigate same and the findings were communicated to TMST.

TMST then instituted arbitration proceedings against Transnet which are still underway. In view of the proceedings being incomplete, Transnet is not in a position to furnish the report because the matter is subjudice. Once the proceedings are completed, Transnet will have no objection to release such a report, provided it will be treated as confidential or discussed in a closed session.

Mogokare Richard Seleke Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

26 September 2017 - NW2681

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Mbatha, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Did a member of a certain family (name furnished), any of their associates and/or employees and/or the President, Mr Jacob G Zuma, call to instruct, order or request her to intervene on behalf of a certain person (name furnished) to prevent the specified person’s suspension?

Reply:

No.

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date: