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25 April 2016 - NW1088

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

(a) What are the reasons for the closure of the SA Post Office branch in Bloubergrant, postal code 7443 and (b) were any residents of the Bloubergrant consulted before the branch was closed; (2) Have residents of the specified area been provided with any alternative postal service; if not, why not; if so, what are these alternatives?

Reply:

I have been informed by SAPO as follows:

1. (a) The Bloubergrant Post Office was closed due to non-payment of rental. SAPO could not make regular rental payments to the landlord on time due to SAPO cash flow challenges. SAPO was subsequently given notice by the landlord to vacate the premises by 8 April 2016.

(b) In view of the fact that the eviction was sudden and unexpected, no prior consultations could take place with the residents, but notices of the closure were placed at the Post Office and around the post boxes area.

2. The residents have been informed that the Table View Post Office which is situated 2.8km from Bloubergrant could be used as an alternative service point. The post boxes will, however, remain at the old site for the convenience of residents.

25 April 2016 - NW1033

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Mackay, Mr G to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)(a) When was the tender for the collection of unpaid e-toll bills published, (b) to whom was the specified tender awarded, (c) what criteria had to be fulfilled, (d) what was the value of the specified tender and (e) what are the conditions of the specified tender; (2) whether any performance incentives are in place for the specified tender; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what are the relevant details, (b) how are the specified performance incentives monitored and (c) what are the conditions respectively?

Reply:

1. (a) SANRAL followed a tender process for the overall toll system design, build and operations thereof in 2009 in accordance with the SCM requirements at the time.

(b) Following this tender process, it appointed ETC Pty Ltd as the successful tenderer.

(c)This tender included the collection of outstanding e-Toll debt. This was revised to address the New Dispensation announced by the Deputy President, with specific reference to the 60% discount offering in respect of historic debt. ETC is therefore responsible for the collection of e-toll debt and may appoint parties to attend to this on their behalf. SANRAL only contracts (in terms of its Contract with ETC) with ETC and not directly with the 3rd party.

2. As stated, SANRAL only has an agreement with ETC Pty Ltd. There is therefore no "specified tender" by SANRAL in relation to the so called "unpaid e-toll bills" and in respect of which the question appears to be addressed. ETC is responsible for the collection of debt for the contract period. SANRAL appointed ETC in 2009, as explained above.

25 April 2016 - NW1141

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Mncwango, Mr MA to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

(1)Whether, with reference to the soldiers deployed in Kwa-Zulu Natal game parks (details furnished), the soldiers in carrying out their duties follow the same principles and fall under the same command as the rangers; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether the rangers who fall under the same command as the soldiers are armed; if not, why not; if so, with what?

Reply:

(1) Soldiers of the SANDF are not deployed in the KZN game parks per se but are responsible for border safeguarding operations, amongst other, along the KZN-Mozambican border. They do not fall under any other command but that of the SANDF. The rangers, on the other hand, are under command of SANPARKS.

(2) The rangers do not fall under command of the SANDF. Details with respect to their armaments should be obtained from SANPARKS.

25 April 2016 - NW929

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America, Mr D to ask the Minister of Economic Development

Has (a) he and/or (b) his Deputy Minister ever (i) met with any (aa) member, (bb) employee and/or (cc) close associate of the Gupta family and/or (ii) attended any meeting with the specified persons (aa) at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg or (bb) anywhere else since taking office; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, in each specified case, (aaa) what are the names of the persons who were present at each meeting, (bbb)(aaaa) when and (bbbb) where did each such meeting take place and (ccc) what was the purpose of each specified meeting?

Reply:

According to our records, no requests were received from the said family for bilateral meetings at their home for either business or social purposes in either the current or the previous administration. 

In the previous administration, members of the said family were present at public functions that I attended and addressed and were thus engaged at the events.

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25 April 2016 - NW1146

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Alberts, Mr ADW to ask the Minister of Transport

Whether any sections of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act, Act 46 of 1998, have been officially suspended; if not, (a) why only certain aspects of the Act are currently being implemented, (b) why the demerit system is not currently being applied and (c) why the Act is being applied only in the particular geographic areas of Johannesburg and Pretoria; if so, (i) which sections and (ii) in terms of whith edition of the Government Gazette they have been so proclaimed?

Reply:

The original Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act, Act 46 of 1998 was published in Government Gazette 19257 of 11 September 1998 where-after it was amended as follows:

  • Act No. 22 of 1999, published in Government Gazette 19972 of 28 April 1999;
  • Act No. 24 of 2000, published in Government Gazette 21428 of 02 August 2000; and
  • Act No. 72 of 2002, published in Government Gazette 24577 of 20 February 2003.

There were no further amendment to the Act after the 2006 amendments. Refer to the attached document.

(a) When the AARTO pilot commenced in 2008 only certain sections of the Act were implemented to ensure that there is no discrimination between traffic offenders in the AARTO area and the remainder of the country.

(b) The allocation of demerit points to infringers in the AARTO area; as well the prescribed process following the accumulation of the maximum number of points resulting in the suspension and cancellation of documents, were regarded as being of a discriminatory nature and therefore not implemented.

(c) Recognising the complicated nature of AARTO in terms of its involvement of a multiplicity of role-players and the need to ensure seamless integration with various existing systems and procedures, the launch of the AARTO on a pilot phase in the jurisdictional areas of Tshwane and Johannesburg was aimed at testing the functionality of the full system, including the development of the National Contravention Register (NCR) on the National Traffic Information System (eNaTIS), and a great variety of forms, processes and procedures. During the pilot the roles and responsibilities of the various key stakeholders was also identified in providing an efficient and effective system. The implementation of the pilot also allowed for impact assessments to be conducted on all systems, identify any weaknesses and allow for the necessary enhancements to be made.

    (i) The sections of the Act that are applicable in the geographic areas of Johannesburg and Pretoria are the following : 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, and 35; and

    (ii) In terms of Government Gazette No. 31198 of 1 July 2008 the above sections of the Act came into operation in the area of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality on 1 July 2008 and in terms of Government Gazette No. 31197 of 1 July 2008 the above sections came into operation in the area of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality on 1 November 2008.

25 April 2016 - NW1032

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Mackay, Mr G to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) Why has the water leakage problems experienced with the Gautrain project, particularly at the Rosebank station in Johannesburg, not yet been resolved, (b) when is it anticipated that the matter will be resolved, (c) what are the costs to date in this regard and (d)(i) who will bear the specified costs and (ii) why?

Reply:

(a) The portion of the Gautrain tunnel where the ingress of water is above specification and where Bombela have been ordered to carry out Tunnel Remedial Works in terms of an order of the Arbitration Federation of Southern Africa Tribunal is limited to a stretch of tunnel between Park Station and a shaft known as E2 some 2 km south of Rosebank. Bombela’s design of the Tunnel Remedial Works in this section necessary to comply with the Tribunal’s orders has reached an advanced stage. Bombela has however, in parallel, also decided to apply to the High Court to have the Tribunal’s orders to remedy the water ingress set aside. This opposing action of Bombela is currently delaying the implementation of the Tunnel Remedial Works.

(b) The matter is to be heard in the High Court on 6 and 7 June 2016. The resolution of the matter is dependent on the ruling of the Court. It is at this stage unclear how long the Court will take to make its ruling.

(c) There are no costs to date for the Province. Bombela’s cost related to the remedial works is unknown because Bombela is not obliged to make this information available to the Province.

(d) (i) Bombela must bear the costs.

     (ii) Bombela is obliged, in terms of the Tribunal’s Award, to remedy the tunnel water leakage problem between Park Station and Shaft E2, at its own cost.

25 April 2016 - NW888

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Matlhoko, Mr AM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1) Has he earned any additional income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, since his appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did he earn, (c) from which businesses and (d) for what work; (2) whether his (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, through his appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work?

Reply:

  1. (2) (a)(b)

Minister has no additional business earning income from Government neither does his Spouse, children nor is he aware of any close family member/s.

25 April 2016 - NW1068

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

Whether he and/or the SA Police Service consulted the Office of the Speaker of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament regarding the selection of a certain person (name furnished) as a representative of the provincial legislature at the official launch of the Office of the Judge of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation on 15 March 2016; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Minister of Police Mr Nkosinathi Nhleko and or the South African Police Services did not consult the Office of the Speaker of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament regarding the selection of speakers or guests invited to the launch of the Office of the DPCI Judge on 15 March 2016. All Invited speakers and guests were directly sourced and invited by the responsible entity, Office of the Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI) Judge to attend and speak at the Launch.

25 April 2016 - NW1117

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What is the (i) total number of accidents that occurred in each province as a result of illegally converted minibus taxis (aa) in the (aaa) 2014-15 and (bbb) 2015-16 financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2016 and (ii) breakdown in terms of each category of accident that occurred in each month of the specified financial years and period, (b) how many persons have been (i) charged and (ii) arrested in this regard (c) what is being done to reduce the specified accidents, (d) what (i) processes, (ii) procedures and (iii) mechanisms exist to monitor the reduction of the specified accidents?

Reply:

(a) The RTMC does not have this kind of information. The information collected after each crash involving a minibus taxi reflect roadworthiness of the vehicle without determining whether it was legally or illegally converted.

(b) Not Applicable

(c) Not Applicable

(d) Not Applicable

25 April 2016 - NW1075

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Selfe, Mr J to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

(1)      (a) How many computers did the State Information Technology Agency SOC Ltd (Sita) purchase for use by state departments for every year during the period 10 May 1994 up to the latest specified date for which information is available, (b) what amount did the specified purchases cost in each of the specified years, (c) what was the average cost of each computer bought in each of the specified years and (d) who were the five top suppliers of the purchased computers in each of the specified years; (2) Whether Sita, in line with its mandate to achieve cost savings through scale, increase delivery capabilities and enhanced interoperability of the State’s information technology (IT) resources, has set a maximum amount for the purchase of any IT resource; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) Whether Sita has ever purchased any computers from a certain company (name and details furnished) for government use; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details? NW 1208E

Reply:

I have been advised by SITA as follows:

1 (a) SITA SOC LTD does not purchase computers for State departments. Instead State departments purchase through a transversal contract that SITA established in 2005 on behalf of the Department of Public Service and Administration. Transaction are done under this contract are between the State departments and accredited suppliers directly.

(b) State departments purchase computers directly using the transversal contract mentioned above.

(c) See (b)

(d) Details are unknown since departments were transacting directly with the suppliers.

2. SITA negotiated a maximum price with manufacturers. The resellers will provide mark-up percentages on the maximum price negotiated with the manufacturers. The negotiated maximum price caters for cost savings through economies of scale.

3. No

25 April 2016 - NW1110

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Grootboom, Mr GA to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

With regards to the smooth running of the national film and video foundation, what steps have been taken to get the vacant position of chief executive officer at the foundation filled?

Reply:

The contract of the Chief Executive Officer of the National Film and Video Foundation (Ms Zama Mkosi) expired in March 2016. The Council of the NFVF resolved to reappoint Ms Mkosi as the CEO of the NFVF for another period of 5 years as provided for in section 13(3) of the NFVF Act. The decision to reappoint Ms Mkosi was informed by her good performance record whilst at the helm of the NFVF, including obtaining successive clean audits for the institution. Her new contract is effective from 1 April 2016 to 30 April 2021

25 April 2016 - NW1111

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Grootboom, Mr GA to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

Has the position of chief executive officer at the Robben Island Museum been filled; if not, when will the specified position be filled; if so, when was the specified position filled?

Reply:

The position of the Chief Executive Officer at the Robben Island (RIM) has not been filled yet. The first advert for the position was published in September 2015 and interviews were held in October/November 2015. The preferred candidate from the interviews turned down the offer. The Council of RIM decided to re-advertise the position in February 2016 since the second and third placed candidates did not meet the criteria (according to the scoring method used). The closing date for the second advert was March 2016 and interviews are scheduled for 28 April 2016.

It is anticipated that the RIM CEO position will be filled by 1 July 2016. The interviews and other forms of assessments (including the competency assessments and screenings) of qualifying candidates are anticipated to be finalised by May 2016. It is also envisaged that the final employment offer will be made by May 2016 to allow the preferred candidate to serve the stipulated one month notice (i.e. the month of June).

22 April 2016 - NW1003

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Kalyan, Ms SV to ask the Minister of Police

(a) What amount was spent on the Annual South African Police Service National Excellence Awards (i) in the (aa) 2011-12, (bb) 2012-13, (cc) 2013-14, (dd) 2014-15 and (ee) 2015-16 financial years and (ii) from 1 April 2016 up to the latest specified date for which information is available and (b) what are the names of the contractors in each case?

Reply:

(a) The amounts spent on the South African Police Service National Excellence Awards are as follows:

(i) (aa) 2011-2012: No event

(bb) 2012-2013: No event

(cc) 2013-2014: R 187 888.00

(dd) 2014-2015: R 1 306 226.00

(ee) 2015-2016: R 1 933 745.00

 

(a)(ii) 1 April 2016 to date: No expenditure

(b) Names of the contractors used for each financial year

2013-2014: Monument Function Centre

2014-2015: Emperors Palace

2015-2016: Sandton Convention Centre.

 

22 April 2016 - NW881

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Filtane, Mr ML to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

Whether, with reference to the alleged irregularities and/or corruption at the Nirwanda Farm, which have a potential to undermine the effective realisation of the land reform objectives consistent with section 25(5) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 and the relevant legislations, he is aware of the challenges contained in the document authored on behalf of a certain co-operative (name and details furnished); if not, why not; if so, (a) what steps have been taken to resolve the challenges; (b) what are the timeframes attached to the specified steps; (2) whether he will institute an investigation into the allegations contained in the specified document to resolve the matter; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) Yes.

(a) A forensic investigation is currently being conducted.

(b) The process is expected to be completed by 30 June 2016.

(2) Falls away.

22 April 2016 - NW559

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Boshoff, Ms SH to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)(a) How many learners in each district in Mpumalanga enrolled for the age groups (i) 3-5 years and (ii) Grade R in the (aa) 2013, (bb) 2014, (cc) 2015 and (dd) 2016 school years and (b) how many of the specified learners in each of the specified school years entered Grade 1; (2) (a) what is the learner to teacher ratio at each of the (i) schools and/or (ii) centres that cater for early childhood development (ECD) in each district in Mpumalanga and (b) how many of these schools and/or centres receive the government subsidy of R12,00 per learner; (3) (a) how many of the specified ECD (i) centres and/or (ii) classrooms in each district in Mpumalanga cater for the needs of learners with disabilities and (b) how many ECD practitioners are appropriately trained in the field of Special Needs Education? (2) (a) what is the learner to teacher ratio at each of the (i) schools and/or (ii) centres that cater for early childhood development (ECD) in each district in Mpumalanga and (b) how many of these schools and/or centres receive the government subsidy of R12,00 per learner; (3) (a) how many of the specified ECD (i) centres and/or (ii) classrooms in each district in Mpumalanga cater for the needs of learners with disabilities and (b) how many ECD practitioners are appropriately trained in the field of Special Needs Education?

Reply:

(1) (a) (i)

Table 1 below, indicates the number of 3 to 5 year olds attending Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres in Mpumalanga. It shows that the majority of learners in ECD centres were 5 year olds in the years 2013 to 2015.

Table 1: Number of 3-5 year olds attending ECD centres in Mpumalanga, by District, between 2013 and 2015

District

2013 (aa)

2014 (bb)

2015 (cc)

 

3 years

4 years

5 and below

5 years

2 - 3 years

4 - 5 years

4 years

5 and below

0-3 years

4 years

5 years

BOHLABELA

44

194

161

363

53

238

4

273

10

69

219

EHLANZENI

207

381

498

723

197

429

45

843

77

281

583

GERT SIBANDE

224

502

725

771

189

379

53

558

71

207

521

NKANGALA

591

1 226

801

2 369

543

1 330

65

2 134

186

547

1263

Total

1 066

2 307

2 185

4 239

982

2 376

167

3 808

344

1125

2625

Source: 2013-2015 Annual Surveys for ECD

Note: ECD survey collects data on ECD centres that offer Grade R and are registered with the provincial education departments.

(ii) Table 2 below indicates the number of Grade R learners in ordinary schools and ECD centres in Mpumalanga, by district, between 2013 and 2015. It shows that there was an increase in Grade R enrolment from 63 093, in 2013 to 65 751, in 2015.

Table 2: Number of Grade R learners in ordinary school and ECD centres in Mpumalanga, by district, between 2013 and 2015

District

2013

2014

2015

BOHLABELA

13 579

14 172

13 955

EHLANZENI

18 180

18 849

18 670

GERT SIBANDE

13 557

13 925

14 718

NKANGALA

17 777

18 188

18 408

Total

63 093

65 134

65 751

Source 1: 2013-2015 SNAP Surveys for ordinary schools

Source 2: 2013-2015 Annual Surveys for ECD

Note: ECD survey collects data on ECD centres that offer Grade R and are registered with the provincial education department.

(dd) For 2016, the data was collected on the first Tuesday of March 2016. However it is still to be verified by the Provinces. The data will be available at the end of 2016.

(b) According to Table 3 below, more than 50 000 Grade 1 learners attended Grade R. It shows a drop in Grade 1 learners who attended Grade R between 2013 and 2014.

Table 3: Number of Grade 1 learners who attended Grade R, in 2013 and 2014

District

2013

2014

BOHLABELA

10 923

9 090

EHLANZENI

15 436

17 359

GERT SIBANDE

14 537

12 682

NKANGALA

15 490

15 131

Total

56 386

54 262

Source: 2013-2014 Annual Survey for ordinary schools

Note: Please note that the Annual Survey for ordinary schools data for 2015 and 2016 is not yet available.

(2)(a) (i)

Table 4 below indicates the Learner Educator Ratio (LER) for ordinary schools that offer Grade R in Mpumalanga, in 2015. The provincial average LER in ordinary schools that offer Grade R and pre Grade R in Mpumalanga was 32.4.

Table 4: LER for ordinary schools that offer Grade R, by District, in 2015

District

LER

BOHLABELA

32.9

EHLANZENI

33.0

ERMELO

35.9

GERT SIBANDE

31.5

NKANGALA

32.2

Total

32.4

Source: 2015 SNAP Surveys for ordinary schools

2 (a)(ii) Please refer to Annexure A Table 5 for the detail response.

(2)(b)

During 2015, the Mpumalanga Education Department was paying R5 500 per practitioner via PERSAL to 1075 public schools with Grade R. The stipends for the practitioners at 120 Community-Based Sites are transferred to these sites. The Mpumalanga Education Department also centrally procures equipment and Learning and Teaching Support Material (LTSM) for Grade R at both public schools and Community-Based Sites.

ANNEXURE A

Table 5: Learner Educator Ratio for ordinary schools that offers Grade R, in Mpumalanga, by District, in 2015

Province

Region

Emis Number

School Name

LER

MP

Not specified

800029538

SHALOM CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

8.5

MP

Not specified

800030262

ARK CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

39.5

MP

Not specified

800035636

SUMMERFIELDS PRIVATE SCHOOL

16.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800002253

COROMANDEL PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800002287

CROCODILEVALLEY PRIMARY

19.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800003756

ENKELDOORN PRIMARY SCHOOL

15.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800004754

GLORY HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800005165

LYDENBURG CHRISTIAN PRIVATE SCHOOL

12.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800005363

LYDENBURG AKADEMIE VIR CVO

8.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800008003

KIWI PRIMARY SCHOOL

18.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800009019

BOSFONTEIN PRIMARY

30.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800009167

LAERSKOOL GRASKOP PRIMARY

25.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800009415

LAERSKOOL LYDENBURG

25.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800009621

SABIE PRIMARY SCHOOL

22.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800010280

LESODI PRIMARY

41.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800010462

LINDANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800011171

MABULELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

12.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800012658

MARAMBANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800012757

MARIFAAN

33.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800017764

LYDENBURG PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800017947

PILGRIMS REST PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800018705

PRIMERE SKOOL KELLYSVILLE

36.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800019687

HARMONY HILL PRIMARY

37.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800022244

SPEKBOOM

26.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800028530

DIENTJIE PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800028548

KOBENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800028555

L L MOGANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800028563

MOKOKWANE PRIMARY

27.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800028571

PITAS PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800028589

SHAKWANENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800028647

MATIBIDI PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800029033

WOODLANDS PREPARATORY SCHOOL

8.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800034829

HOKWE PRIMARY SCHOOL

20.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034830

KHAYELIHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800034833

MAHLAHLUVANA PRIMARY

30.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800034835

MANYAKATANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800034836

MATSAVANE PRIMARY SCHOL

32.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800034840

NDIMANDE PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800034841

NKULUNGWANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800034844

QCETYWAYO PRIMARY SCHOOL

18.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800034847

WELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800034850

ZIGODE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800034851

APLOS CHILOANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800034852

ARTHURSEAT PRIMARY SCHOOL

48.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800034853

CHUEU PRIMARY SCHOOL

52.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800034854

CRAIGIEBURN PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800034855

GREEN VALLEY LOWER & HIGHER PRI

35.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800034856

HLOAIA CHILOANE PRIMARY

37.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800034857

JUBILEE ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOL

5.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034863

MAKWETSE PRIMARY

40.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800034864

MAPATELETSE PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800034870

MOKGOMANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

15.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800034878

TSHOKOLO PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800034882

CASTEEL PRIMARY

35.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800034886

KENNEN PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034887

LEBADISHANG PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800034888

LEKANANG PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800034893

MAMOSEBO LOWER AND HIGHER PRIMARY

30.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800034894

MAMOSODI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800034895

MAOLOSHE PRIMARY

26.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800034897

MATLUSHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800034899

MOKGAWANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800034902

MOTLAMOGALE LOWER AND HIGHER PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800034906

ANDOVER PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034908

ECKSON MASOTJA PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800034910

KHOKHOVELA HIGHER PRIMARY

30.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800034912

LETSAMAILE CHILOANE PRIMARY

38.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800034913

MABON'WANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034914

MADILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034916

MAKGAHLISHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800034918

MAWUVANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800034920

MORAGE LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800034930

SESETE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800034931

SIHLEKISI PRIMARY

37.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034935

BUYISONTO PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800034936

D.G. MASHEGO PRIMARY

28.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800034938

ESSELMAN PRIMARY

41.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800034940

HLAMALANI

25.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800034942

MAJEMBENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800034945

MASWAMENI

29.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800034949

MPISANE

31.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800034952

NKONTHASI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800034953

NKWENKWEZI PRIMARY

37.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800034956

SASELANI PRIMARY

30.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800034957

SIBOYIYE C. SCHOOL

28.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034958

SIBAMBAYANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

53.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800034960

TWALAKULE PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800034961

XINGALA MAKAMU PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034964

CHAYIWE LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800034965

FUNJWA PRIMARY

34.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800034975

MAPALANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800034978

MASENYANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034979

MUGIDI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800034982

PAULOS PRIMARY

35.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800034983

SEGANYANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800034984

SETLHARE PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800034987

TIMBAVATI COMBINED PRIMARY

34.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800034988

wem acornhoe

29.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800034990

ALEXANDRIA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800034991

CUNNINGMOORE PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800034992

HLANGALEZWE

29.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800034994

HOKISA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800034998

KHULONG PRIMARY

31.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800034999

KWETSE LOWER AND HIGHER PRIMARY

39.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035002

MAGASHULE LP SCHOOL

31.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035003

MAPETEKOANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035007

MHLAVA KHOSA

27.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035010

NTSHOENYANE PRIMARY

25.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035013

PLAATJIE LOWER AND HIGHER PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035015

SARINGWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035016

SELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035019

TIYIMELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035020

VANDAMA PRIMARY

31.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800035024

HANANANI PRIMARY

43.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035025

HLALAKAHLE PRIMARY

27.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035026

LUDLOW PRIMARY

31.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035028

MAHLATHI PRIMARY

33.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035029

MAHLEKISANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035030

MALWANA PRIMARY

33.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035032

MANYELETI PRIMARY

29.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035035

MTEMBENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035036

MUCHUCHI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035038

MUNYAMANA PRIMARY

26.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800035039

N'WAMACINGELE

37.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035040

NXALATI PRIMARY

35.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035042

SALANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035044

SHIVITI PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035046

TSUVUKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035048

XINYEKETI PRIMARY

30.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035050

BANTOMU PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800035052

EMFULENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035056

KWANANG PRIMARY

37.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800035059

LAPISHE LOWER AND HIGHER PRIMARY

38.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035061

MADUKULUSHE LOWER PRIMARY

32.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800035062

MAKOROMPANE PRIMARY

29.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035071

MOGOLANE PRIMARY

41.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035072

NWAMAHUMANA LOWER PRIMARY

41.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035075

SHATLENG PRIMARY

32.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035077

BARNEY PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035080

DILAYI L/H PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035081

DIPHASWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035085

MAVILJAN PRIMARY

38.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035087

NTSIE PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035088

PUGISHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035089

S H NYALUNGU PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035090

BHEJANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035094

HOMMUZEYA PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035096

LISBON FARM PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035097

LONDHINDHA PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035102

MAPALENI PRIMARY

43.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035103

MATIKWANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035104

MAVIMBELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035105

MBATINI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800035109

MKHUMBINI PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035110

MVUYAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035111

NJANJI PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035113

PENSELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035114

PHAPHAMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035115

SHALAMUKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035116

THULANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035117

THWASANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035120

BOIKHUTSO PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035123

FAREL PRIMARY

31.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800035126

LESEDI LOWER AND HIGHER PRIMARY

33.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800035128

MATHULE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035130

MATLALONG PRIMARY

37.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800035135

MORATISENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035136

NARISHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035137

NGWARELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035139

NTSOELEMOLODI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035141

RELANE PRIMARY

29.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035145

SHATALE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035146

THABAKGOLO PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035152

EZROM PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035153

FLORAPHOPHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035159

MAHLAMBANDLOPFU PRIMARY

37.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035164

MPIKANISO PRIMARY

41.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035165

MPITHI COMBINED

26.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035166

MZILIKAZI PRIMARY

24.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035172

SONIYE PRIMARY

34.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035175

WISANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035176

XILONGANA LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035184

DYONDZEKANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035186

HIBEMANDLA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035188

HLANGANANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035190

HUNDZUKANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035192

J J MATSANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035193

JAN RIKHOTSO PRIMARY

28.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800035194

JONGILANGA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035199

MAGUDU PRIMARY

29.4

MP

BOHLABELA

800035201

MHLAHLE

34.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035202

MKETSE PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.2

MP

BOHLABELA

800035203

NEMBE MHLABA PRIMARY

35.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035206

NJONJELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800035208

NWANKUPANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035210

RHANDZEKILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.7

MP

BOHLABELA

800035213

TIYANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035236

DANIYE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035237

GAVAZANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035238

HLAVATHI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800035316

KHAYIMANI INDEPENDENT COLLEGE

11.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035479

MOTHAILENG MASHEGO PRIMARY SCHOOL

62.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035482

BADLANGAYE PRIMARY

47.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035483

NDUMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035484

JB KHOZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035493

EZWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.3

MP

BOHLABELA

800035497

MORITHING PRIMARY

35.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035498

NTSHUXEKO PRIMARY SCHOOL

44.1

MP

BOHLABELA

800035507

A PETIT PAS INDEPENDENT PAS

4.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035523

NHLENGELO PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.8

MP

BOHLABELA

800035524

MASWENG PRIMARY

30.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035527

LEHLOGONOLO PRIMARY SCHOOL

52.6

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034828

HLUVUKANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.3

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034871

MOREI PRIMARY

35.9

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034872

MOTLAMOGATSANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.1

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034874

PHATSEDI LOWER AND HIGHER PRIMARY

37.1

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034876

SENIANYA PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.1

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034889

LEKEDI L/H PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.3

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034890

M.O. MASHEGO PRIMARY

29.7

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034922

MPHAKU PRIMARY

32.2

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034924

MPISI PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.9

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034928

SEBOSEGOLO SA MAPULANA PRIMARY

33.1

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034934

BENG BA LONA PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.4

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034955

SAILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.8

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034963

BERETTA PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.0

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800034969

LUMUKISA PREPARATORY SCHOOL

26.8

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035033

MATIKINYA HIGHER PRIMARY

29.8

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035043

SAMSON SIBUYI PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.1

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035060

M.P.MOKOENA PRIMARY

29.4

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035066

MARONGWANE PRIMARY

35.5

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035068

MATHUPA

33.3

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035119

WEM MKHUHLU

18.3

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035149

CHARLEY MBHUNGELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.0

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035155

HUMULANI PRIMARY

32.0

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035168

NDWANDWE PRIMARY

30.8

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035170

SABEKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.8

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035171

SONGENI HIGH PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.6

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035173

THULAMAHASHE LOWER PRIMARY

36.8

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035179

BABATI PRIMARY

34.6

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035214

VUYELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.1

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035459

SEDIBA SA THUTO PRIMARY

36.9

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035481

SAMUEL MHLANGA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.8

MP

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

800035487

Khahlela

35.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800000430

MAMINZAPRIMARYSCHOOL

40.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800000455

LETSAKUTHULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800000521

BAMBANANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800000661

MOUNTAIN VIEW PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800001008

BHAMBATHA PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800001321

BONGAMLAMBO PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800001347

BONGANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800001503

FAKAZI

34.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800001727

BUHLEBUYETA PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800001826

BUYANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800001867

CALVARY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

13.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800001974

CATFULANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800002014

CELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800002022

CHAKAZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800002089

CHIEF MAKUNYULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800002147

CHWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800002246

COPHETSHENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800002568

CROMATICOMBINED

22.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800002824

DRIEKOPPIES COMBINED SCHOOL

31.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800002881

DUMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800003129

EDWALENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800003194

EKHIYENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800003210

EKUCATHUZENI PRIMARY

36.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800003343

EKWENZENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800003491

EMATHOLENI COMBINED SCHOOL

34.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800003525

EMBONISWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800003640

EMTFUNTINI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800003707

ENDLUNKULU PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800003772

ENKHOKHOKHWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800003814

ENTABAMHLOPHE COMBINED

30.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800003822

ENTOKOZWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800003848

ENZANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800004044

ETIMBONDVWENI COMBINED SCHOOL

28.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800004093

EVIMBILANGA PRIMARY

41.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800004176

FAIRVIEW PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800004374

FUNINDLELA PRIMARY

38.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800004416

GEBHUNDLOVU PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800004549

GEORGE MHAULE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800004630

GOBA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800004713

GOGOMHLANGA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800004788

GATEWAY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

10.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800004903

GUTJWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800005355

ZWELISHA PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800005470

BENJAMIN PRIMARY

37.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800005538

HOECHST PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800005546

PHUMALANGA

34.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800005686

HOYI PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800006064

IFALETHU PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800006239

IMPUMELELO PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800006338

INJABULO H.P SCHOOL

37.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800006379

INKAMBENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800006403

INKHANYETI P. SCHOOL

36.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800006544

MBUZINI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800006551

INTFUTFUKO PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800006924

JABULANI PRIMARY

27.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800007112

JOHN MDLULI PRIMARY

29.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800007195

MATSULU PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800007203

KAAPVALLEI PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800007641

KHANYISILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800007724

KHOMBINDLELA

35.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800007799

KHULA-MLAMBO PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800007807

KHULA-MSHIKA COMBINED SCHOOL

34.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800007831

KHULANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800008177

KLIPSPRINGER PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800008417

KOBI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800008599

KUSILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800008623

KWA-JELUSA PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800008672

KWALODAKADA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800008987

LAERSKOOL BARBERTON

21.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800009001

LAERSKOOL BERGLAND

24.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800009050

LAERSKOOL CLIVIA PRIMARY

17.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800009381

LAERSKOOL LAEVELD

27.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800009431

LAERSKOOL MALELANE

22.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800009480

LAERSKOOL NELSPRUIT

24.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800009647

LAERSKOOL SKUKUZA PRIMARY

21.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800010017

LEGOGOTO PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800010116

LEKAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800010223

LEPESI PRIMARY

34.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800010405

LIGUGULETFU PRIMARY

37.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800010421

LIKHWETI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800010470

LINDANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800010645

LOMATIDRAAI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800010694

LOTI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800010793

LUGEDLANE PRIMARY

36.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800010835

LUNDANDA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800010892

LUTHANGO PRIMARY

31.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800010926

LWALENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

86.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800011494

MAGEWU PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800011536

MAGOGENI

33.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800011551

MAGUBHA COMBINED SCHOOL

30.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800011569

MAGUDU PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800011759

MAJEMBENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800011775

MAJIKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800011866

MAKHAHLELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800011932

MAKOKO PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800012070

MALEKUTU PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800012252

LIVELETHU

42.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800012435

MANZINI COMBINE SCHOOL

29.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800012526

MAPHAKAMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800012583

MAQAMELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800012625

MAQHEKEZA PRIMARY

37.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800012948

MASIBEKELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800012955

MASIBONISANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800012971

MASIHAMBISANE SCHOOL

29.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800013078

MASOYI COMBINED SCHOOL

29.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800013300

MATJENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800013383

MATSAFENI

38.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800013391

MATSAMO PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800013524

MAWEWE H.P SCHOOL

36.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800013656

MBANGWANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800013680

MBAZIMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800013748

MBOKODO PRIMARY SCHOOL

46.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800013755

MBOMBO COMBINED SCHOOL

29.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800013847

M.C.ZITHA COMBINED SCHOOL

34.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800013870

MDLADLA PRIMARY

38.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800013904

MDUMISENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800013938

MDZIMBA PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800014050

MGANDUZWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800014068

MGCOBANENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800014084

MGOBODI COMBINED SCHOOL

32.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800014100

MGUBHO COMBINED SCHOOL

32.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800014167

MHLABA COMBINED SCHOOL

35.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800014225

MHLOSHENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800014241

MHOLA PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800014266

MHWAYI PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800014357

MJEJANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800014514

MLILO PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800015123

MOODIES PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800015511

MPAKENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800015628

MPHOTI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800015719

MPUMELELO PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800015743

MPUNZANA COMBINED SCHOOL

26.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800015784

MSHENGU INCLUSIVE SCHOOL

33.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800015818

MSOGWABA PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800015867

MTHAYIZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

44.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800015933

MTHUNZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800015941

MTIMBA COMBINED SCHOOL

37.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800016071

MVANGATINI PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800016162

MZINTI PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800016428

NDINDINDI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800016436

NDLAPHU PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800016451

NDLAVELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800016477

NDLEMANE PRIMARY

32.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800016592

NELSPRUIT PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800016840

NGWANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800017251

NSIZWANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800017491

NYALUNGU PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800017970

PENRYN COLLEGE

10.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800018085

PHAKAMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800018093

PHAKANI PRIMARY SCHOL

34.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800018127

PHAMBANISA PRIMARY

38.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800018291

PHINDELA PRIMARY

30.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800018317

PHIVA PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800018358

PHOLANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

44.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800018721

PROF S.S REPINGA COMBINED SCHOOL

35.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800019646

SABATHA P SCHOOL

35.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800019778

SALUBINDZA P. SCHOOL

31.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800019786

SAMBO PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800019844

SANDZILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800019968

SCHOEMANSDAL COMBINED SCHOOL

34.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800019992

SCHULZENDAL PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800020131

SEHLULILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800020206

SEKUSILE PRIMARY

38.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800020495

SHAYAZA COMBINED SCHOOL

36.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800020529

SHISHILA PRIMARY

39.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800020578

SHONGWE BOARDING SCHOOL

38.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800020743

SIBOSHWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800020800

SIBUYILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800020867

SIDLOKO PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800020941

SIFUNINDLELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800020982

SIHLANGU

33.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800021220

SINDZAWONYE

35.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800021253

SINQOBILE PRIMARY

31.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800021329

SISINI PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800021519

SIYAKHULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800021543

SIYANCOBA P. SCHOOL

30.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800021741

SIZIMISELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800021931

SOGASA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800022038

SOMCUBA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800022160

SOPHUNGANE COMBINED SCHOOL

30.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800022350

ST PETER'S

11.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800022525

SUKUMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800022673

TAKHELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800022764

TEKWANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800022780

TENTELENI PRIMARY

27.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800022806

TFOLINHLANHLA PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800022889

THAMBOKHULU PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800022897

THANDA PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800022988

THANDULWAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800023036

THE KINGS SCHOOL (PRIMARY)

21.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800023333

THULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800023481

TIBONELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800023499

TIGA PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800023549

TINDZALENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800023598

TIPHEMBELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800023820

TSANDZANANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800023879

TSEMBALETFU PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800023887

TSEMBANANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800024364

UMPOPOLI PRIMARY

61.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800024489

UPLANDS PREPARATORY SCHOOL

14.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800024521

VALENCIA COMBINED SCHOOL

24.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800024810

VUKASAMBE PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800024943

VULAMASANGO PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800024976

VULEMEHLO COMBINED SCHOOL

24.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800025130

VUTSELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800025312

WEM PRIVATE

24.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800025668

YEDVWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

49.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800025742

ZAKHELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800025783

ZAMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800025817

ZAMOKUHLE COMBINED SCHOOL

30.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800025833

ZANDILE COMBINED SCHOOL

30.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800025882

ZIBOKWANE PRIMARY

36.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800026021

ZITHULELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800026930

SIDLEMU PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800029066

RIVERVIEW PREPARATORY SCHOOL

13.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800029512

ZWIDE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800029587

EDUCODE PRIMARY

558.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800029645

EKUPHUMULENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800029702

SIKHUTSELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800029744

CARPE DIEM PRIMARY SCHOOL

11.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800029942

LAEVELD AKADEMIE

5.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800030056

BLESSINGS PRIMARY SCHOOL

10.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800030098

SIFUNDZEKHAYA P. SCHOOL

36.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800030189

EDUCODE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800030346

BARBERTON ACADEMY PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800030353

TRINITY COLLEGE

17.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800030387

SUMMERHILL PREPARATORY SCHOOL

9.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800030429

MAGCEKENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800030460

SONDLOVU

37.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800030635

LOUIEVILLE COMBINED SCHOOL

31.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800030734

SBONGILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800030817

A.A.KHUMALO PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800031104

FOUNTAIN SCHOOL

5.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800031401

UBUHLE LEARNING CENTRE

8.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800031625

LITTLE ANGEL

22.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800032862

TONGAVIEW PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800033993

SUNRISE ACADEMY

32.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800034289

KAARYMHLUSHWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800034447

SHAYINDLOVU PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800034587

EKUPHILENI ACADEMY

55.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800034590

SIBANDE PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800034595

FAIRVIEW ACADEMY

18.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800034608

SHAMMAH EAST COLLEGE

7.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800034783

SIYAMUKELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800034815

ANELS PARK ACADEMY

15.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800034927

POWERLINE PRIMARY

38.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800035306

COMETOGETHER

13.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800035312

ROYAL COLLEGE

27.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800035381

AMON NKOSI PRIMARY SCHOOL

49.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800035463

ELEPHANT PRIVATE COLLEGE

17.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800035464

TWINCLLEGE

18.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800035496

INSIGHT PRIMARY SCHOOL

14.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800035647

CURRO NELSPRUIT

13.1

MP

EHLANZENI

800035665

WISDOM OF GRACE PRIMARY

28.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800035676

MERIDIAN KARINO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

18.0

MP

Ehlanzeni region

800001743

BUKHOSIBETFU PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.6

MP

ERMELO

800000968

BERGPLAAS PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.3

MP

ERMELO

800013821

SIYATHEMBA PRIMARY

35.2

MP

ERMELO

800016725

NGEMA PRIMARY

42.7

MP

ERMELO

800021709

SIZENZELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.5

MP

ERMELO

800022319

ST ANDREWS PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000042

SITANANI PRIMARY

37.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000067

ALLAN MAKHUNGA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000166

AMANZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000406

BAADJIESBULT COMBINED SCHOOL

27.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000471

YOUNG HARVEST CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

6.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000489

BALFOUR RPIAMRY SCHOOL

31.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000844

BEKETELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000943

BERBICE PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000984

BETHAMOYA PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001149

BLESBOKSPRUIT PRIMARY SCHOL

22.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001305

BONANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001354

BONGANIVEN PRIMARY SCHOOL

8.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001438

BONGUMKHWANAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001487

BONUKUKHANYA PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001768

BUSBY PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001818

BUYANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001883

CAMDEN COMBINED SCHOOL

34.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001909

CANA COMBINED SCHOOL

33.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001917

CANGASA PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800001941

CAROLINA COMBINED SCHOOL

28.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800002188

CABANGANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800002196

CLIFTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

47.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800002261

COTHOZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800002345

DAGGAKRAAL PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800002410

DELFKOM PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800002477

DERBY PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800002576

DINGA COMBINED SCHOOL

35.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800002832

DRIEPAN

45.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800002931

DUMISANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003053

EARLYBIRD PRIMARY SCHOOL

22.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003087

EBUHLENI PRIMARY

30.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003244

EKUKHANYENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003269

EKUPHAKAMENI

31.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003285

EKUPHILENI COMBINED SCHOOL

30.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003301

EKUPHUMELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

16.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003442

ELUKWATINI PRIMARY

33.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003467

ELUYENGWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003541

EMDIBINI COMBINED SCHOOL

30.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003608

EMOYENI COMBINED SCHOOL

31.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003657

EMTHINI

37.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003699

EMZWELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003723

ENGELSEDRAAI COMBINED SCHOOL

12.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003798

ENKUNDLENI

29.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003806

ENON PRIMARY SCHOOL

47.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003897

ERMELO COMBINED SCHOOL

23.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003913

ERMELO ENGLISH PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003947

ESHWILENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003954

ESIBUSIWENI COMBINED SCHOOL

36.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003970

ESITHEMBISWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004028

ETHEMBENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004135

EZENZELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004150

EZINDONGENI PRIMARY

17.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004218

FATHER CHARLES PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004358

FUNDUQHUBEKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004440

GEDULD PRIMARY SCHOOL

22.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004465

GEKOMBINEERDE SKOOL BALFOUR

18.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004507

MORGENZON LANDBOU AKADEMIE

10.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004614

GLEN ELAND COMBINED SCHOOL

35.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004663

CHIEF K.J MALAZA COMBINED SCHOOL

24.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004671

GOEBRAM PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004705

GOEDGEWOON PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004820

GROOTBOOM PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004838

GROOTDRAAIDAM PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800004887

GUNWANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800005009

HAMBANATSI PRIMARY SCHOOL

20.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800005124

HIGHVELD RIDGE PRIMARY

25.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800005207

HLAKANIPHA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800005231

HLALANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800005405

HLOBISA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800005439

PRIVAATSKOOL AMAJUBA

4.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800005462

HLONIPHANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800005579

HOLDESHEIM PRIMARY SCHOOL.

34.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800005645

HOSANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006080

IGUGULABASHA

33.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006098

IHLOBANE COMBINED SCHOOL

37.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006155

IMBEKEZELO PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006197

IMISEBEYELANGA COMBINED SCHOOL

20.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006361

INKABA PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006429

INKOSINATSI PRIMARY

30.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006437

INKULULEKO PRIMARY

42.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006502

LETSAKUTHULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006593

INYETI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006635

ISABELLADALE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006668

ISIBANISEZWE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006676

ISIBANISESIZWE COMBINED SCHOOL

35.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006783

ISIYALU PRIMARY

25.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006791

ISU ELIHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800006882

IZITHANDANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007161

LANDULWAZI COMBINED SCHOOL

29.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007260

KADUMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007310

KALKOENKRANS PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007328

EMATSHEKETSHENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007476

KEMP SIDING COMBINED SCHOOL

29.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007609

KHANYA PRIMARY SCHOOL

45.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007732

KHONZAKAHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007765

KHULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007815

KHULANGELWATI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007898

KHUPHUKANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007906

KHUPHUKANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007948

KHUTSALA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800007989

KINROSS PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008383

KLIPSTAPEL PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008615

SIPHAKAMILE COMBINED SCHOOL

11.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008714

KWAMATSHAMHLOPHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008938

LAERSKOOL AMERSFOORT

20.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008953

LAERSKOOL BADPLAAS

25.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009027

BREYTEN PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009043

LAERSKOOL CHRISSIE

20.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009068

LAERSKOOL DAVEL 2014

30.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009092

DIEPGEZET PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009134

LAERSKOOL ERMELO

26.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009142

LAERSKOOL GOEDEHOOP

25.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009175

LAERSKOOL GREYLINGSTAD

27.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009183

LAERSKOOL GROOTVLEI

29.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009191

LAERSKOOL HM SWART

23.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009217

LAERSKOOL HOËVELD

22.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009233

LAERSKOOL JEUGKRAG

26.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009266

LAERSKOOL KALIE DE HAAS

19.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009365

LAERSKOOL KRUINPARK

29.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009399

LAERSKOOL LEANDRA

22.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009407

LAERSKOOL LOTHAIR

16.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009456

LAERSKOOL MARIETJIE VAN NIEKERK

18.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009530

LAERSKOOL ORANJEGLOED PRIMARY

20.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009571

LAERSKOOL PIONIER

20.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009639

LAERSKOOL SECUNDA

19.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009662

LAERSKOOL STANDERTON

31.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009720

LAERSKOOL TRICHARDT

19.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009787

LAMAGADLELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009803

LAMLILE COMBINED SCHOOL

42.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800009985

LEEUWPOORT

24.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010140

LEKELELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010264

LESELI COMBINED SCHOOL

33.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010363

LIBHABA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010389

LIFALETHU PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010488

LINDILANGA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010520

LINDZALOKUHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010603

LOBHENGULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010611

LOCHIEL PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010744

LUBHAQA

79.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010843

LUNGELO COMBINED SCHOOL

34.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010975

M.D. COOVADIA COMBINED SCHOOL

33.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800011122

CINISELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

15.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800011148

MABOMBE PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800011213

MABUZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800011254

MADI COMBINED SCHOOL

34.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800011361

MADOLA PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800011403

MADZANGA PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800011916

MAKHOSONKE PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800012104

MALIBONGWE PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800012633

MAQUBA PRIMARY

29.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800012815

MASAKHANE COMBINED SCHOOL

28.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800012930

MAPHALA GULUBE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800013136

MATALAZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800013540

BHEKOUHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800013615

MBALENHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800013888

MLONDOZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800013987

MEHLWEMAMBA

22.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800014043

MFULAMUDZE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800014258

MHOLA PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800014316

MILLIKEN PRIMARY

23.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800014340

MISPAH PRIMARY SCHOOL

197.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800014498

MLAMBONGWANE

30.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800014506

MLAMLANKUNZI PRIMARY

37.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800014522

MLILO COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL

32.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800015149

MOOLMAN COMBINED SCHOOL

33.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800015727

MPUMELELO PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800015750

MRUBHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800015826

MSWATI PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800016063

MUZIMUHLE .P. SCHOOL

35.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800016097

MZAMO PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800016303

NCIKINYANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800016568

NEDERLAND COMBINED SCHOOL

14.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800016832

NGONINI PRIMARY

20.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800016881

NHLAZATSHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800017012

NKOKWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800017095

NKUKHUNDA PRIMARY

36.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800017194

NOKUTHULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

44.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800017244

nsepe

26.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800017269

NTABABOMVU PRIMARY SCHOOL

46.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800017277

NTABANHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800017343

NTITHANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800017533

NYANDENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800017806

OSIZWENI COMBINED SCHOOL

31.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018002

PETRUS MAZIYA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018242

PHEMBINDLELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018275

PHEZUKWENTABA PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018416

PHUMULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018432

PHUMULANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018481

PHUZAMANZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018531

PIETER MABUZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018796

QALABOCHA PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018812

QALANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800018911

QHUBEKANI PRIMARY

33.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800019216

REDHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800019364

RETSEBILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800019422

RIETSPRUIT PRIMARY

44.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800019505

RONDAVEL COMBINED SCHOOL

33.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800019737

SAKHISIZWE PRIMARY SCHOOL

47.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800019752

SALEM PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800019836

PHUMELELE PRIMARY

32.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800020594

SHUKUMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800020701

SIBONGANGWANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800020818

SIDINGULWAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021139

SILINDZILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021188

SIMUNYE PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021287

SIPHUMELELE COMBINED SCHOOL

38.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021485

SIYACATHULA LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021592

SIYAZAMA SCHOOL

17.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021600

SIYAZI PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021618

SIYETA PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021626

SIYEZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021873

SKOONUITSIG PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021949

SOHLAZANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800021980

SOKO PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022392

STANDERTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022418

STANWEST COMBINED SCHOOL

27.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022442

STEYNSDORP PRIMARY

25.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022558

SUNDUZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022624

SWELIHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022632

SYDE PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022756

TEGWAN'S NEST COMBINED SCHOOL

29.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022905

THANDABANTU PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022939

THANDANANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022947

THANDEKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800022996

THATHUKUSA PRIMARY SCHOOL

49.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023002

THE BROOK PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023028

THE GEM COMBINED SCHOOL

29.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023176

THISTLE GROVE COMBINED SCHOOL

32.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023218

THOKOZANI COMBINED SCHOOL

21.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023259

THOLUKWAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023291

THORISONG PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023440

MHLANGAZANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023531

TIMELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023606

TISITENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023630

TJAKASTAD PRIMARY SCHOOL

18.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023788

TRICHARDSTFONTEIN COMBINED SCHOOL

27.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023838

TSATSELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023846

TSATSIMFUNDVO PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800023895

TSEMBEKANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024190

UKUTHOKOZA COMBINED SCHOOL

14.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024216

ULWAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024232

UMBHEJEKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024265

UMFUDLANA COMBINED SCHOOL

29.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024281

UMHLABA PRAMARY SCHOOL

32.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024323

UMLAMBO COMBINED SCHOOL

34.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024356

UMPILUSI PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024372

UMSEBE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024422

UMTULWANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024455

UMZIMVELO AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL

32.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024547

VAN STADENSDAM PRIMARY

48.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024760

VUKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024794

VUKANINI PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024828

VUKEKUSENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024893

VUKUZENZELE COMBINED SCHOOL

35.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024935

VULANDHLELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025015

VULINGCONDVO PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025106

VUSABANTU PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025122

VUSUMUZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

47.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025163

VYGEBOOM PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025205

WAKERSTROOM PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025213

WARBURTON COMBINED SCHOOL

31.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025320

WESLEY MEMORIAL PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025338

WESTEND PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025353

WETTERAU PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025676

YELLOWSTONE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025825

ZAMOKUHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800025858

ZENDELINGSPOST COMBINED SCHOOL

32.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800026005

ZITHOBE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800026054

ZIZAMELENI PRIAMRY SCHOOL

36.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800026443

JIKANTATHU PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800026534

WELGEVOND PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800026716

NTOKOZO PRIMARY

16.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800027912

JOUBERTSVLEI COMBINED SCHOOL

35.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800028837

C.V.O SKOOL ERMELO

4.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800029017

HIGHVELD MUSLIM SCHOOL

10.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800029215

ADULLAM CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

9.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800029579

HIGHVELD CHRISTIAN COLLEGE

10.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800029991

HABILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800030254

SECUNDA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

13.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800030403

WESSELTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800030437

CASTILIANS PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800030486

NEW ERMELO PRIMARY

45.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800030502

INJABULO COMBINED

34.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800030510

ETSHENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800030528

MARANATHA SCHOOL

11.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800030759

STANDERTON CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

5.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800030809

SAKHISIZWE PRIMARY

40.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032581

CUM LAUDE ACADEMY

28.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034454

BUHLEBUYEZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034496

IKHWEZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034580

LAMZINYANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034597

BHEKIMFUNDVO PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034605

SIBAHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034627

IMBONDVO PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034642

NORDEN PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034784

KWACHIBIKHULU PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800035314

TOKOLOHO PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800035504

IMBALI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800035512

BURNING TORCH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

7.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800035513

TC COLLEGE ELUKWATINI

5.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800035528

EZAKHENI COMBINED BOARDING SCHOOL

61.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800035529

EKTREFO CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

4.0

MP

Gert Sibande

800035651

MOUNTAIN VALLEY COLLEGE

9.4

MP

NKANGALA

800000141

AMANDLA PRIMARY

30.8

MP

NKANGALA

800000240

ANDISA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.6

MP

NKANGALA

800000273

ANDRIES MASHILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.9

MP

NKANGALA

800000307

ARBOR P. SCHOOL

52.0

MP

NKANGALA

800000349

ARNOT COLLIERY PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

NKANGALA

800000596

BANKFONTEIN COMBINED SCHOOL

28.0

MP

NKANGALA

800000786

BAWOKUHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.3

MP

NKANGALA

800000794

BAZANI

29.7

MP

NKANGALA

800000935

BENZANGANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

22.7

MP

NKANGALA

800001040

BHEKIMFUNDO PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.3

MP

NKANGALA

800001156

BLINKPAN PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.2

MP

NKANGALA

800001222

BLY 'N BEITJIE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.2

MP

NKANGALA

800001339

BONGANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

44.7

MP

NKANGALA

800001362

BONGIDUVHA COMBINED SCHOOL

28.7

MP

NKANGALA

800001388

BONGINHLANHLA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

NKANGALA

800001495

BOROLO

30.8

MP

NKANGALA

800001586

BOSMANPAN PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.4

MP

NKANGALA

800001701

BUHLEBEMFUNDO PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.9

MP

NKANGALA

800001792

BUTHELELANI J.P SCHOOL

38.7

MP

NKANGALA

800002600

DIPERE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.1

MP

NKANGALA

800002709

DITLHOKWE PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.0

MP

NKANGALA

800002899

DUMELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.8

MP

NKANGALA

800002915

DUMEZIZWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.3

MP

NKANGALA

800002964

DUNBAR PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.0

MP

NKANGALA

800002980

DUVHA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.4

MP

NKANGALA

800003079

EBHUDLWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.9

MP

NKANGALA

800003111

ED - U - COLLEGE

28.8

MP

NKANGALA

800003145

EDWARD MATYEKA P SCHOOL

39.4

MP

NKANGALA

800003160

KHUL'UNOLWAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

44.5

MP

NKANGALA

800003277

EKUPHAKAMENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.1

MP

NKANGALA

800003293

EKUPHUMULENI COMBINED SCHOOL

28.8

MP

NKANGALA

800003459

ELUSINDISWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.5

MP

NKANGALA

800003509

EMATJENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.9

MP

NKANGALA

800003558

EMFUNDWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.9

MP

NKANGALA

800003665

EMTHONJENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

NKANGALA

800004168

EZWENILETHU PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.6

MP

NKANGALA

800004309

FUNDAWAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.2

MP

NKANGALA

800004325

FUNDISISA COMBINED SCHOOL

31.0

MP

NKANGALA

800004499

GEKOMBINEERDE SKOOL HENDRINA

13.4

MP

NKANGALA

800004572

GIJAMPHEZENI PRIMARY

34.9

MP

NKANGALA

800004598

GIJIMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.8

MP

NKANGALA

800004770

GREENDALE COMBINED SCHOOL

26.8

MP

NKANGALA

800005066

HENDRINA PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.2

MP

NKANGALA

800005249

HLALANIKAHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.3

MP

NKANGALA

800005264

HLALISANANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.8

MP

NKANGALA

800005322

HLANGU-PHALA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.3

MP

NKANGALA

800005371

HLEZIKUHLE PRIMARY

22.6

MP

NKANGALA

800005397

HLOBISA PRIMARY

33.4

MP

NKANGALA

800005561

MOTSWEDI PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.5

MP

NKANGALA

800005678

HOUTENBEK PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.8

MP

NKANGALA

800006106

IKAGELENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.7

MP

NKANGALA

800006148

IMBALENHLE FARM SCHOOL

30.0

MP

NKANGALA

800006163

IMBHABALA COMBINED SCHOOL

17.0

MP

NKANGALA

800006213

IMPILO PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.2

MP

NKANGALA

800006619

IPANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.0

MP

NKANGALA

800006833

ITIRELENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.7

MP

NKANGALA

800006916

JABULANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.8

MP

NKANGALA

800007229

KABENZIWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.4

MP

NKANGALA

800007237

KABETE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.4

MP

NKANGALA

800007278

KAGISO PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

NKANGALA

800007419

KATJIBANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.6

MP

NKANGALA

800007534

KGOPE PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

NKANGALA

800007591

KHANGELA PRIMARY

37.4

MP

NKANGALA

800007625

KHANYISA PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.1

MP

NKANGALA

800007666

KHAYALETHU P.

29.1

MP

NKANGALA

800007674

KHAYALETHU PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.4

MP

NKANGALA

800007690

KHOBONGWANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.3

MP

NKANGALA

800007757

KHONZIMFUNDO COMBINED SCHOOL

32.8

MP

NKANGALA

800007823

KHULANGELWAZI FOUNDATION PHASE

33.0

MP

NKANGALA

800007880

KHUPHUKANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.3

MP

NKANGALA

800007922

KHUTHALANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.3

MP

NKANGALA

800007963

KHUTSONG PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.0

MP

NKANGALA

800008052

CARISSA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.0

MP

NKANGALA

800008441

KOME PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.0

MP

NKANGALA

800008524

KROMDRAAI COMBINED SCHOOL

36.0

MP

NKANGALA

800008664

KWAKWARI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.5

MP

NKANGALA

800008755

KWANALA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

NKANGALA

800008979

LAERSKOOL BALMORAL

24.5

MP

NKANGALA

800009076

LAERSKOOL DELMAS PRIMARY

25.3

MP

NKANGALA

800009084

LAERSKOOL DENNESIG

20.7

MP

NKANGALA

800009118

LAERSKOOL ELANDSLAAGTE

27.4

MP

NKANGALA

800009126

LAERSKOOL ELOFF

22.0

MP

NKANGALA

800009274

LAERSKOOL KANONKOP

26.2

MP

NKANGALA

800009290

LAERSKOOL KLIPFONTEIN 60

29.3

MP

NKANGALA

800009308

KLIPSRUIT COMBINED SCHOOL

24.0

MP

NKANGALA

800009324

LAERSKOOL KOORNFONTEIN

39.6

MP

NKANGALA

800009332

LAERSKOOL KRAGBRON

26.2

MP

NKANGALA

800009340

LAERSKOOL KRAGVELD

25.2

MP

NKANGALA

800009357

LAERSKOOL KRIELPARK

18.2

MP

NKANGALA

800009423

LAERSKOOL MACHADO

65.0

MP

NKANGALA

800009464

LAERSKOOL MIDDELBURG

25.7

MP

NKANGALA

800009514

LAERSKOOL ONVERWACHT

21.1

MP

NKANGALA

800009522

LAERSKOOL OOSTERLIJN

18.8

MP

NKANGALA

800009548

LAERSKOOL PANORAMA

28.0

MP

NKANGALA

800009597

LAERSKOOL REYNORIF

32.1

MP

NKANGALA

800009654

LAERSKOOL STAATSPRESIDENT CR SWART

27.9

MP

NKANGALA

800009688

LAERSKOOL SUNDRA

23.5

MP

NKANGALA

800009696

LAERSKOOL TAALFEES

21.4

MP

NKANGALA

800009704

LAERSKOOL TASBETPARK

22.2

MP

NKANGALA

800009746

LAERSKOOL UITKYK

7.9

MP

NKANGALA

800009993

LEFISO PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.3

MP

NKANGALA

800010009

LEFISWANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.5

MP

NKANGALA

800010058

LEHLAKA COMBINED

24.0

MP

NKANGALA

800010199

LELENGAYE PRIMARY SCHOOL

50.0

MP

NKANGALA

800010512

LINDOKUHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.7

MP

NKANGALA

800010629

LODING PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.9

MP

NKANGALA

800010660

DUMEZWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.4

MP

NKANGALA

800010850

LUNGISANI PRIMARY

37.5

MP

NKANGALA

800011270

MADIBOANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.8

MP

NKANGALA

800011460

MAGADUZELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.8

MP

NKANGALA

800011528

MAGODONGO PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.3

MP

NKANGALA

800011825

MAKAUSE COMBINED

37.8

MP

NKANGALA

800011841

MAKERANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.6

MP

NKANGALA

800011874

MAKHATHINI PRIMARY

22.6

MP

NKANGALA

800011957

MAKOPANONG PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.1

MP

NKANGALA

800012112

MALOKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.3

MP

NKANGALA

800012120

MALOMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.6

MP

NKANGALA

800012138

MALONTONE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.2

MP

NKANGALA

800012211

MANDLAKABABA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.0

MP

NKANGALA

800012278

MANGADISA PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.1

MP

NKANGALA

800012328

MANTLOLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

18.7

MP

NKANGALA

800012344

MANTWANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.4

MP

NKANGALA

800012385

MANYANO PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.6

MP

NKANGALA

800012393

MANYAZELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.0

MP

NKANGALA

800012542

MAPONDO PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.7

MP

NKANGALA

800012724

MARELENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

48.5

MP

NKANGALA

800013029

MASIZAKHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.4

MP

NKANGALA

800013045

MASOBYE PRIMARY SCHOOL

22.4

MP

NKANGALA

800013086

MASUKU PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.2

MP

NKANGALA

800013169

MATEMPULE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.2

MP

NKANGALA

800013219

MATHETHE PRIMARY

39.6

MP

NKANGALA

800013441

MKHANYO PRIMARY SCHOOL

514.5

MP

NKANGALA

800013474

BATLAGAE PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.0

MP

NKANGALA

800013508

MAVULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.9

MP

NKANGALA

800013763

MBONGO COMBINED PRIMARY

34.2

MP

NKANGALA

800013912

MDUMISENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.1

MP

NKANGALA

800014019

MERLIN PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.8

MP

NKANGALA

800014076

MGIBE

47.7

MP

NKANGALA

800014159

MGWEZANI COMBINED SCHOOL

28.3

MP

NKANGALA

800014233

MHLUZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.8

MP

NKANGALA

800014274

MIDDELBURG COMBINED SCHOOL

26.3

MP

NKANGALA

800014449

MKHULU COMBINED SCHOOL

36.7

MP

NKANGALA

800014597

MMADIMO PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.1

MP

NKANGALA

800014613

MMAGOBANA COMBINED SCHOOL

26.2

MP

NKANGALA

800014662

MMAMOGASWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.0

MP

NKANGALA

800014738

MOTOANENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.8

MP

NKANGALA

800014746

MMS PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.3

MP

NKANGALA

800014779

MNYAMANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.4

MP

NKANGALA

800014795

MOCHA PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.7

MP

NKANGALA

800014845

MOEKWE PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.4

MP

NKANGALA

800014878

MOGALITWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.3

MP

NKANGALA

800014951

MOHLATSENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.6

MP

NKANGALA

800015008

MOKIBE PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.8

MP

NKANGALA

800015065

MOLOTO PRIMARY

25.2

MP

NKANGALA

800015099

MONIWA

30.9

MP

NKANGALA

800015222

MÔRELIG COMBINED SCHOOL

31.7

MP

NKANGALA

800015487

MOUTSE PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.0

MP

NKANGALA

800015586

MPHEPHETHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.5

MP

NKANGALA

800015602

MPILONHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.5

MP

NKANGALA

800015842

MIDDELBURG MUSLIM SCHOOL

17.0

MP

NKANGALA

800015875

MTHOMBENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.1

MP

NKANGALA

800016030

MUSI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

NKANGALA

800016246

NANCY SHIBA PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.1

MP

NKANGALA

800016345

NDAYI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.8

MP

NKANGALA

800016576

NELSON NGUBENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.3

MP

NKANGALA

800016931

NJOMANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.0

MP

NKANGALA

800017038

NKONJANE COMBINED SCHOOL

32.1

MP

NKANGALA

800017046

NKOSABO PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.2

MP

NKANGALA

800017053

NKOSIPHILE

39.8

MP

NKANGALA

800017087

NKOTOLANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.7

MP

NKANGALA

800017145

NOBUHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

NKANGALA

800017293

NTESENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.0

MP

NKANGALA

800017590

GEKOMBINEERDE SKOOL OGIES

14.2

MP

NKANGALA

800017616

OKHELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.7

MP

NKANGALA

800017731

ONGESIENS PRIMARY SCHOOL

20.3

MP

NKANGALA

800017822

OTHANDWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.8

MP

NKANGALA

800017913

PATRICK MANKOLANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

47.3

MP

NKANGALA

800018069

PHAKAMA COMBINED SCHOOL

36.3

MP

NKANGALA

800018077

PHAKAMA PRIMARY

23.6

MP

NKANGALA

800018101

PHAKE PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.0

MP

NKANGALA

800018119

PHAKGAMANG PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.1

MP

NKANGALA

800018226

PHELWANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.2

MP

NKANGALA

800018382

PHOPOLO PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.9

MP

NKANGALA

800018465

PHUTHUMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.5

MP

NKANGALA

800018655

POOLZEE COMBINED

30.1

MP

NKANGALA

800018671

POTSANYANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.9

MP

NKANGALA

800018713

PRINCE S.J. PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.0

MP

NKANGALA

800018853

QEDUDLAME PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.6

MP

NKANGALA

800018903

QHUBEKANI PRIMARY

30.0

MP

NKANGALA

800018960

RADIJOKO PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.2

MP

NKANGALA

800019000

RAMABALE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.3

MP

NKANGALA

800019018

RAMABIFI PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.7

MP

NKANGALA

800019034

RAMANCHAANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

53.5

MP

NKANGALA

800019042

RAMANTSHO PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.7

MP

NKANGALA

800019075

RAMODIEGI

33.0

MP

NKANGALA

800019083

RAMOKGELETSANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.3

MP

NKANGALA

800019133

RANKAILA PRIMARY

41.0

MP

NKANGALA

800019190

REATLEGILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

42.7

MP

NKANGALA

800019281

REKWELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.6

MP

NKANGALA

800019315

REMATLHATSE PRIMARY SCHOOL

9.4

MP

NKANGALA

800019331

RETANG PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.9

MP

NKANGALA

800019349

RETHABILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

43.1

MP

NKANGALA

800019414

RIETKOL PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.7

MP

NKANGALA

800019471

ROBERT CARRUTHERS SCHOOL

27.8

MP

NKANGALA

800019703

SAKHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.5

MP

NKANGALA

800019711

SAKHILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.0

MP

NKANGALA

800019984

BLACKHILL-SCHOONGEZICHT PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.5

MP

NKANGALA

800020149

SEHOKHO PRIMARY

35.8

MP

NKANGALA

800020461

SHAPEVE PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.2

MP

NKANGALA

800020685

SIBONELO PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.5

MP

NKANGALA

800020719

SIBONGILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.9

MP

NKANGALA

800020727

SIBONGIMPUMELELO COMBINED PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.1

MP

NKANGALA

800020776

SIBUKOSETHU PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.2

MP

NKANGALA

800020917

SIFIKILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.1

MP

NKANGALA

800020933

SIFUNDISE PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.5

MP

NKANGALA

800021014

SIHLEZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.1

MP

NKANGALA

800021022

SIJABULE PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.4

MP

NKANGALA

800021196

SIMUYEMBIWA COMBINED

23.1

MP

NKANGALA

800021246

SINETJHUDU PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.6

MP

NKANGALA

800021303

SIPHUMULE PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.7

MP

NKANGALA

800021360

SITHABILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.3

MP

NKANGALA

800021378

SITHEMBISO PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.9

MP

NKANGALA

800021477

SIYABUSWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.9

MP

NKANGALA

800021550

SIYAPHAMBILI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.6

MP

NKANGALA

800021642

SIZABANTWANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.2

MP

NKANGALA

800021659

SIZAKELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.5

MP

NKANGALA

800021691

SIZANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.3

MP

NKANGALA

800021758

SIZISIZWE JUNIOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.4

MP

NKANGALA

800021774

SIZOFUNDA PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.5

MP

NKANGALA

800021790

SIZUZILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.6

MP

NKANGALA

800022012

SOMABEDLANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.4

MP

NKANGALA

800022020

SOMAROBOGO PRIMARY

37.7

MP

NKANGALA

800022061

SOMLINGO PRIMARY SCHOOL

36.7

MP

NKANGALA

800022079

SOMLOKOTHWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

NKANGALA

800022095

SOMTSHONGWENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.5

MP

NKANGALA

800022269

SPRINGBOK COLLIERY COMBINED SCHOOL

22.4

MP

NKANGALA

800022517

SUKUMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.1

MP

NKANGALA

800022574

MAKHOSOKE 1 JUNIOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

28.3

MP

NKANGALA

800022616

SWARTKLIP COMBINED SCHOOL

29.5

MP

NKANGALA

800022657

TABANE PRIMARY

29.5

MP

NKANGALA

800022798

TETEMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

20.8

MP

NKANGALA

800022855

THABANG COMBINED PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.6

MP

NKANGALA

800022863

THABONG PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.0

MP

NKANGALA

800022921

THANDANANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.5

MP

NKANGALA

800022970

THANDULWAZI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.7

MP

NKANGALA

800023077

THEKISO PRIMARY SCHOOL

32.0

MP

NKANGALA

800023093

THEMBALIHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.2

MP

NKANGALA

800023101

THEMBEKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.6

MP

NKANGALA

800023309

THUBELIHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.3

MP

NKANGALA

800023366

THULANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.9

MP

NKANGALA

800023374

THULASIZWE PRIMARY

32.9

MP

NKANGALA

800023382

THUSHANANG PRIMARY

37.0

MP

NKANGALA

800023390

THUSHANANG PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.8

MP

NKANGALA

800023424

THUTHUKANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.1

MP

NKANGALA

800023432

THUTHUKANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.8

MP

NKANGALA

800023655

TJHIDELANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.5

MP

NKANGALA

800023705

TLHAME PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.9

MP

NKANGALA

800024133

UKHWEZI J.P. SCHOOL

36.3

MP

NKANGALA

800024406

UMTHOMBOPHOLILE

24.0

MP

NKANGALA

800024539

VAMUHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.3

MP

NKANGALA

800024570

VELANGEZWI PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.7

MP

NKANGALA

800024836

VUKILE JUNIOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.5

MP

NKANGALA

800024992

VULINDLELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.1

MP

NKANGALA

800025056

VUMA COMBINED SCHOOL

35.8

MP

NKANGALA

800025072

VUMAZONKE FOUNDATNOI PHASE

46.8

MP

NKANGALA

800025254

WCCM PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.0

MP

NKANGALA

800025759

ZAKHELE PRIMARY

28.8

MP

NKANGALA

800025775

ZAMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.9

MP

NKANGALA

800025809

ZAMINTUTHUKO FOUNDATION SCHOOL

44.2

MP

NKANGALA

800025874

ZENZELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.9

MP

NKANGALA

800025999

ZITHATHELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.0

MP

NKANGALA

800026039

ZITHUTHUKISENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.7

MP

NKANGALA

800026484

KHAYELITJHA PRIMARY

34.6

MP

NKANGALA

800026559

SIBONIWE

38.5

MP

NKANGALA

800026583

MHLUTSHWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.8

MP

NKANGALA

800026682

ZAKHENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.3

MP

NKANGALA

800027896

MIDDELBURG PRIVAATSKOOL VIR CVO

5.0

MP

NKANGALA

800028845

FUTURE ACHIEVERS ACADEMY

20.2

MP

NKANGALA

800029447

SIYATHOKOZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

34.1

MP

NKANGALA

800029785

SIZAMILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.2

MP

NKANGALA

800029793

REFITLHILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.3

MP

NKANGALA

800030007

LANGALIBALELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.8

MP

NKANGALA

800030080

CHIEF LUTHULI PRIMARY SCHOOL

44.1

MP

NKANGALA

800030122

MIDDELBURG CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

15.7

MP

NKANGALA

800030239

ST PETERS INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

15.0

MP

NKANGALA

800030288

WITBANK CHRISTIAN ACADEMY SCHOOL

13.6

MP

NKANGALA

800030551

BELFAST LEERSENTRUM

9.5

MP

NKANGALA

800030726

KGANTSHO PRIMARY SCHOOL

39.7

MP

NKANGALA

800031179

EDUCARE PREPARTORY SCHOOL

19.2

MP

NKANGALA

800033464

NESHER PRIVAATSKOOL

3.8

MP

NKANGALA

800034231

ALEX M MAMPANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

40.6

MP

NKANGALA

800034582

GRACE CHRISTIAN PRIVATE SCHOOL

19.6

MP

NKANGALA

800034641

DELPARK PRIMARY SCHOOL

37.9

MP

NKANGALA

800035303

VEZIMFUNDO PRIMARY SCHOOL

48.3

MP

NKANGALA

800035384

PETER MOKABA PRIMARY

39.7

MP

NKANGALA

800035520

AUDEAMUS PRIVATE SCHOOL

7.3

MP

NKANGALA

800035604

CURRO BANKENVELD

12.8

MP

NKANGALA

800035607

BRIGHT STAR SCHOOL

31.2

MP

NKANGALA

800035608

MIDDELBURG PREPARATORY SCHOOL

16.8

MP

NKANGALA

800035609

MOSES MAGAGULA CHRISTIAN PRIVATE SCHOOL

13.4

MP

NKANGALA

800035615

ELDAMAH ACADEMY

8.4

MP

NKANGALA

800035648

SAINT PETER CHRISTIAN COLLEGE

23.6

MP

NKANGALA

800035652

EMAKHAZENI BOARDING SCHOOL

40.2

MP

To be updated

800030504

To be updated

32.6

Source: 2015 Snap Survey

Table 5: Learner Educator Ratio for ECD centres that offers Grade R, in Mpumalanga, by District, in 2015

Province

Region

Nat Emis

School Name

LER

MP

BOHLABELA

800035207

NTSHUXEKANI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

65.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035415

MKHUHLU COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRE SCHOOL

36.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035428

ISLINGTON EDUCARE CENTRE

35.0

MP

BOHLABELA

800035437

HAPPY HOMES PRE SCHOOL

27.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800035440

ENTOKOZWENI CRECHE

81.5

MP

BOHLABELA

800035446

BAMBINO ENGLISH MEDIUM DAY CARE CENTRE

21.6

MP

BOHLABELA

800035457

MAZINYANE PRE CREDCHE

40.9

MP

BOHLABELA

800035475

NKWEZI PRESCHOOL

74.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800000679

BARBERTON NURSERY SCHOOL

21.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800002592

DINKYLAND KLEUTERSKOOL

17.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800007849

KHULEKANI PRE-SCHOOL

11.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800008060

KLEUTERSKOOL CECILIA VAN WYK

36.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800008342

KLEUTERVRIEND KLEUTERSKOOL

59.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800017137

KWETTERNES KLEUTERSKOOL

12.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800025379

WHITE RIVER PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800029157

LITTLE GUMMY BEARS PRIMARY SCHOOL

12.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800031211

KHANYALANGA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800031252

LIEN SE KLEUTERNES

15.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800031468

PUMPKING PATCH PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800031690

FARYLAND PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800032649

SIGCINEKILE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800032672

SENZESIHLE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

7.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800032722

CALVARY DAY CARE CENTRE

13.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800034306

TFUTFUKA MHAULE PRE-SCHOOL

39.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800034355

BEES AND BUTTERFLIES PRE-SCHOOL

18.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800034421

ST MATHIAS PRE-SCHOOL

25.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800034510

MOONLIGHT PRE-SCHOOL

17.9

MP

EHLANZENI

800034517

NAAZARIN EDU-CARE

14.6

MP

EHLANZENI

800034521

SUNBEAM CRÈCHE

27.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800034547

SALLEM PRE-SCHOOL

62.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800034553

KHANYA PRE-SCHOOL

10.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800034624

KHETHOKUHLE PRE-SCHOOL

14.4

MP

EHLANZENI

800034628

SHALOM EDUCARE CENTRE

13.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800034778

LITHANDO PRE-SCHOOL

30.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800034779

IKHAYALABANTWAN DAY CARE

24.2

MP

EHLANZENI

800034799

BARNEY AND FRIENDS

17.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800035297

BUHLEBETHU DAY CARE

27.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800035298

SIYAKHASA PRE-SCHOOL

39.5

MP

EHLANZENI

800035299

MILLEN EDUCARE

19.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800035305

GRANNY'S GRANARY

27.7

MP

EHLANZENI

800035521

VALENCIA ISLAMIC PRE SCHOOL

21.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800035618

SOS KINDERGARTEN

10.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800035649

AD KIDS

15.3

MP

EHLANZENI

800035654

LUBAMBISWANO PRE PRIMARY

109.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800035657

MONTESSORI CREATIVE MINDS

10.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800035659

FRIENDS FOREVER DAY CARE CENTRE

5.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800035663

WOODHOUSE CRECHE

26.0

MP

EHLANZENI

800035670

SACRED HEART PRE PRIMARY SCHOOL

8.8

MP

EHLANZENI

800035671

BEEZY BEEZ PRE PRIMARY SCHOOL

22.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800000448

KLEUTERSKOOL BABBEL EN KRABBEL

14.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800003392

ELFIELAND KLEUTERSKOOL

16.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008094

PRE-PRIMÊRE SKOOL JJ VD MERWE

13.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008110

KLEUTERSKOOL HAAS DAS

16.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008136

KLEUTERSKOOL HOMPIE KEDOMPIE

5.2

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008243

KLEUTERSKOOL MORGIE SORGIE

17.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008276

KLEUTERSKOOL SANTIE ZIETSMAN

14.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800008300

AMERSFOORT PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

22.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800010173

LEKKERSPEEL KLEUTERSKOOL

35.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800024463

UNICORN NURSERY SCHOOL

17.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800031146

BHEKULWAZI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800031187

ETHUNDA DAY CARE

72.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800031377

THUTHUKANI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

22.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800031476

SINQOBILE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800031518

NONKULULEKO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

27.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800031906

THUTHUKANI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

78.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032045

KHAYELIHLE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032177

SIZANANI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032300

HLOLENYATHA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032318

IKUSASA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.4

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032334

JOY PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032375

MASIBAMBANE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

95.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032391

MZAMO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

12.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032417

PIXYLAND PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

9.3

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032441

SIKHULANGOLWAZI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

15.6

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032474

SIQONDEKHAYA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

22.8

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032508

SIYABONGA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

209.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032532

THOLULWAZI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

15.1

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032789

INTUTHUKO DAY CARE

32.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032797

LINDOKUHLE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

11.5

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800032821

THEMBALETHU PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

79.0

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034625

QEDUSIZI DAY CARE CENTRE

13.9

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034809

ALPHA AND OMEGA CHILD CARE

17.7

MP

GERT SIBANDE

800034816

VULAMEHLO PRE-SCHOOL

22.2

MP

NKANGALA

800001263

BOKANG PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

29.0

MP

NKANGALA

800002972

DUVHA PARK NURSERY SCHOOL

36.8

MP

NKANGALA

800007211

KHAYELIHLE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.8

MP

NKANGALA

800008102

KLEUTERSKOOL GANSIEKEUR

12.5

MP

NKANGALA

800008169

KLEUTERSKOOL KLEIN DUIMPIE

17.0

MP

NKANGALA

800008185

KLEUTERSKOOL KOSMOSSIES

22.8

MP

NKANGALA

800008201

KLEUTERSKOOL LAWAAI DRAAI

13.3

MP

NKANGALA

800010066

LEHLAKA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

90.0

MP

NKANGALA

800010330

LIBANGENI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.0

MP

NKANGALA

800010769

LUCY MASHIANE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.8

MP

NKANGALA

800011072

MABATI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

13.0

MP

NKANGALA

800012054

MALEBO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

12.5

MP

NKANGALA

800012799

MARULANENG PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.0

MP

NKANGALA

800013102

MASWIKE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.0

MP

NKANGALA

800014647

MMAMATSUE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

11.0

MP

NKANGALA

800014688

MMANONYANA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

66.0

MP

NKANGALA

800014985

MOKGOKO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

54.0

MP

NKANGALA

800015180

MORAKE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

26.7

MP

NKANGALA

800015461

MOTSHETSHE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

8.0

MP

NKANGALA

800016642

NEU-HALLE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

20.0

MP

NKANGALA

800017285

NTEPANE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.0

MP

NKANGALA

800019307

RELESEGO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

14.0

MP

NKANGALA

800019372

RETSOGILE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.0

MP

NKANGALA

800022335

ST MARTIN PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.0

MP

NKANGALA

800022541

SUNBEAMS NURSERY SCH0OL

21.0

MP

NKANGALA

800023051

THEDI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.0

MP

NKANGALA

800023572

TINY TOTS NURSERY

11.5

MP

NKANGALA

800023689

TLAYANG PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

18.0

MP

NKANGALA

800023952

TSHOLANANG PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

74.0

MP

NKANGALA

800025692

Z KHAMBANE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

14.0

MP

NKANGALA

800026179

LANDAU PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

13.0

MP

NKANGALA

800026187

ZAKHENI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

38.0

MP

NKANGALA

800030536

BREINTJIELAND KLEUTERSKOOL

7.1

MP

NKANGALA

800031138

BANANA DAY CARE

25.0

MP

NKANGALA

800031203

IKAGENG PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.7

MP

NKANGALA

800031310

RADITSELA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

15.3

MP

NKANGALA

800031328

SACRED HEART PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

33.0

MP

NKANGALA

800031369

THOLUKUKHANYA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.3

MP

NKANGALA

800031419

WONDERLAND CRECHE

18.5

MP

NKANGALA

800031575

THOKOZANE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

19.1

MP

NKANGALA

800031591

THEMBI PREPARATORY SCHOOL

162.0

MP

NKANGALA

800032029

ITHEMBA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

25.8

MP

NKANGALA

800032110

PHILAUPHILISE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

15.0

MP

NKANGALA

800032128

PHIKELELA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

54.0

MP

NKANGALA

800032193

ST ANDREWS PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

12.5

MP

NKANGALA

800032235

TJIDELANI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

52.3

MP

NKANGALA

800032771

UTHANDO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

24.7

MP

NKANGALA

800032920

EBENEZER EARLE LEARING

27.5

MP

NKANGALA

800032938

SHONGOLOLO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

67.3

MP

NKANGALA

800032979

PHAKAMA PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

41.0

MP

NKANGALA

800033654

SITHABASOKE EDUCARE

14.0

MP

NKANGALA

800033738

THEMISIFUNDO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

16.6

MP

NKANGALA

800033936

RISE & SHINE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

30.1

MP

NKANGALA

800033951

JALISILE PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

31.8

MP

NKANGALA

800033969

ISIBONELO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

35.1

MP

NKANGALA

800034511

AGAPE PRE-SCHOOL

63.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034512

IMPUMELELO CUM-CRÈCHE

27.4

MP

NKANGALA

800034538

CELULWAZI PRE-SCHOOL

17.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034557

THE-WAY EDUCARE

30.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034559

LEITSIBOLO EDU-CARE

24.5

MP

NKANGALA

800034564

AMAZING GRACE EDU-CARE

22.4

MP

NKANGALA

800034571

MDUMISENI EDU-CARE CENTRE

18.5

MP

NKANGALA

800034573

NDLELEHLE PRE-SCHOOL

20.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034576

RETHUSITSWE DAY CARE CENTRE

60.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034577

SAKHILE EARLY LEARNING CENTRE

22.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034579

SIPHUMELELE DAY CARE

60.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034609

THANDANANI CRECHE

17.5

MP

NKANGALA

800034613

REBELEGENG EDUCARE PRE-SCHOOL

36.3

MP

NKANGALA

800034615

MERITING EDUCARE

40.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034617

THUTONG EDUCARE

58.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034618

TRYING ANGELS EDUCARE

20.0

MP

NKANGALA

800034674

RIETKOL PRIMARY SCHOOL

17.5

MP

NKANGALA

800034683

WOZOBONA PRE-PRIMARY

36.2

MP

NKANGALA

800035302

REFILWE-LERATO PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

23.0

MP

NKANGALA

800035309

ITHUSENG PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL

21.6

Source: 2015 Annual Surveys for ECD

22 April 2016 - NW941

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Cassim, Mr Y to ask the Minister of Police

Has (a) he and/or (b) his Deputy Minister ever (i) met with any (aa) member, (bb) employee and/or (cc) close associate of the Gupta family and/or (ii) attended any meeting with the specified persons (aa) at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg or (bb) anywhere else since taking office; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, in each specified case, (aaa) what are the names of the persons who were present at each meeting, (bbb)(aaaa) when and (bbbb) where did each such meeting take place and (ccc) what was the purpose of each specified meeting?

Reply:

The Minister and the Deputy Minister have never met nor attended any meeting with any member, employee and/or close associate of the Gupta family at their Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg.

22 April 2016 - NW887

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

Has he earned any additional income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, since his appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did he earn, (c) from which businesses and (d) for what work; (2) whether his (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, through his appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work? NW1013E

Reply:

(1) No.

(a);(b);(c) and (d) Falls away.

(2) (a),(b) and (c) No.

(i),(ii),(iii) and (iv) Falls away.

22 April 2016 - NW1002

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Krumbock, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Police

How many police recruits (a) entered and (b) graduated (i) nationally and (ii) from each training academy from the Basic Police Development Learning Programme in the (aa) 2011-12, (bb) 2012-13, (cc) 2013-14, (dd) 2014-15 and (ee) 2015-16 financial years?

Reply:

The number of Police Recruits trained per financial year nationally at the respective SAPS Academies is as indicated below:

(aa) 2011-12

(ii) ACADEMIES

(a) ENTERED

(b) GRADUATED

ALL SAINTS

208

207

BHISHO

840

831

BISHOP LAVIS

471

457

CHATSWORTH

180

173

GRAAFF-REINET

351

336

MTHATHA

216

213

OUDTSHOORN

448

440

PHILIPPI

647

637

TSHWANE

1898

1857

ULUNDI

149

147

  1. TOTAL

5408

5298

(bb) 2012-13

(ii) ACADEMIES

(a) ENTERED

(b) GRADUATED

ALL SAINTS

206

192

BHISHO

876

854

BISHOP LAVIS

508

493

CHATSWORTH

186

178

MTHATHA

216

211

OUDTSHOORN

449

433

PHILIPPI

644

631

TSHWANE

1973

1909

  1. TOTAL

5059

4902

(cc) 2013-14

(ii) ACADEMYS

(a) ENTERED

(b) GRADUATED

BHISHO

206

200

CHATSWORTH

72

68

MTHATHA

123

120

PHILIPPI

222

216

TSHWANE

630

586

  1. TOTAL

1253

1190

(dd) 2014-15

(ii) ACADEMYS

(a) ENTERED

(b) GRADUATED

BISHOP LAVIS

144

133

OUDTSHOORN

163

159

MTHATHA

109

107

PHILIPPI

297

289

TSHWANE

202

192

  1. TOTAL

915

880

(ee) 2015-16

(ii) ACADEMYS

(a) ENTERED

(b) GRADUATED

ALL SAINTS

146

143

BHISHO

128

125

BISHOP LAVIS

382

371

CHATSWORTH

178

164

GRAAFF- REINET

119

114

MTHATHA

89

87

OUDTSHOORN

275

270

PHILIPPI

323

317

TSHWANE

1094

1040

ULUNDI

103

101

  1. TOTAL

2837

2732

22 April 2016 - NW1092

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Kopane, Ms SP to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

Whether any arrests have been made of persons who illegally transferred large tracts of land to unknown persons prior to 1994, if not, why not; if so, what is the total number of arrests that have been made?

Reply:

No arrests have been effected in respect of persons who illegally transferred large tracts of land to unknown persons prior to 1994 as there are no recorded instances of such allegations and/or investigations.

22 April 2016 - NW915

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Police

(1)Has he earned any additional income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, since his appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did he earn, (c) from which businesses and (d) for what work; (2) whether his (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, through his appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work?

Reply:

Since his appointment, the Minister has never earned any additional income from business with government. To the best of the Minister’s knowledge, his spouse, chldren and close family also never earned any income as a result of doing work for the government through the appointment of the Minister.

22 April 2016 - NW945

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Steenkamp, Ms J to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

Has (a) he and/or (b) his Deputy Ministers ever (i) met with any (aa) member, (bb) employee and/or (cc) close associate of the Gupta family and/or (ii) attended any meeting with the specified persons (aa) at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg or (bb) anywhere else since taking office; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, in each specified case, (aaa) what are the names of the persons who were present at each meeting, (bbb)(aaaa) when and (bbbb) where did each such meeting take place and (ccc) what was the purpose of each specified meeting?

Reply:

(a) and (b) (i) (aa),(bb) and (cc) and/or (ii) (aa) or (bb)-No.

(aaa),(bbb)(aaaa) and (bbbb) and (ccc)-Falls away.

22 April 2016 - NW922

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Shaik Emam, Mr AM to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

Whether, in view of land that is currently being sold despite the prescribed land restitution process and transgressions thereof, he intends to put further measures in place regarding the sale of the Caledon Botanical Garden which is land to which the Khoi community have laid claims to, as they believe that the land rightfully belongs to them and was taken away by the apartheid regime; if not, why not; if so, what further measures?

Reply:

No claim was received from Khoi community on Caledon Botanical Garden.

 

21 April 2016 - NW896

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

Has she earned any additional income from business, in particular business doing work for the Government, since her appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did she earn, (c) from which business and (d) for what work; 2. Whether her (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from business, in particular business doing work for the Government, through her appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work?

Reply:

(1). No

(a) Not applicable

(b) Not applicable

(c) Not applicable

(d) Not applicable

(2)

(a) No

(b)No

(c) No

21 April 2016 - NW983

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services:

(a) How many (i) government departments and (ii) state-owned entities owe money to the SA Post Office for more than 60 days and (b) what are the (i) names of the specified departments and (ii) amounts outstanding in each case for (aa) 60 days, (bb) 90 days and (cc) 180 days plus, in each case providing an aged analysis?

Reply:

SAPO has advised me as follows:

  1. (i) The total number of Government Departments including municipalities owing SAPO for more than 60 days is 16.

(ii) The total number of SOE’s owing SAPO money for more than 60 days is 9.

  1. (i) (ii) (aa), (bb) and (cc)

AGE ANALYSIS

CURRENT

+30 DAYS

+60 DAYS

+90 DAYS

+120 DAYS

TOTAL

17,3 m

4,5 m

2,2 m

3,7 m

83,5 m

111,1 m

The breakdown is as follows:

  • CITY OF JOHANNESBURG

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

521 830.95

 

128 539.42

 

25 968 523.32

 

27 184 811.46

  • CITY OF TSHWANE METROPOLITAN

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

0.00

 

3 757 262.28

 

5 404 930.32

  • LESEDI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

233 427.50

 

0.00

 

7 116.40

 

240 543.90

  • AMATHOLE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

0.00

 

1 434.60

 

9 172.33

  • DEPARTMENT: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS

0.00

 

0.00

 

880 210.59

 

693 201.38

  • ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

55 288.20

 

356 574.42

 

385 527.07

 

3 288 392.34

  • EKURHULENI METROPOLITY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

64 696.48

 

2 535 581.02

 

2 838 937.58

 

11 261 296.18

  • EMFULENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

501 627.01

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

501 627.01

  • SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICES

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

106 048.75

 

7 552.95

 

14 868.55

 

238 640.15

  • UGU DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

155.70

 

28 601.10

 

174 193.30

 

266 841.40

  • THE MSUNDUZI MUNICIPILTY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

2 334.25

 

238 924.80

 

157 031.85

 

398 290.90

  • GREATER KOKSTAD MUNICIPALITY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

40 702.20

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

40 702.20

  • MAFUBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

59 713.50

 

0.00

 

59 713.50

  • MALUTI-A-PHOFUNG MUNICIPALITY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

122 093.40

 

0.00

 

122 093.40

  • NELSON MANDELA METRO

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

123.70

 

1 674.40

 

1 038.00

 

16 181.40

  • TRAFFIC DEPT: KING WILLIAM'S TOWN

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

0.00

 

5 831.10

 

11 107.80

SOE”s:

  • CIPRO

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

       

2 601 072.96

 

2 601 072.96

  • TELKOM SA LTD

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

492 999.76

 

492 999.76

 

492 999.76

 

492 999.76

  • ESKOM HOLDINGS SOC

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

232 780.00

 

143 889.45

 

19 504.40

 

850 729.72

  • ROAD TRAFFICE MANAGEMENT CORPORATION

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

0.00

 

19 665.93

 

19 665.93

  • ROAD TRAFFIC INFRINGEMENT AGENCY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

0.00

 

39 374 828.78

 

39 412 024.70

  • UNIVERSAL SERVICES & ACCESS AGENCY

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

0.00

 

6 790 187.06

 

16 006 145.59

  • SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL BLOOD SERVICE

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

0.00

 

22 868.53

 

38 044.83

  • LAW SOCIETY OF SA

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

3 138.50

 

140 163.10

 

154 860.85

  • ICASA

+60

+90

+120

TOTAL

0.00

 

69.30

 

5 938.29

 

4 467.59

21 April 2016 - NW905

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Energy

(1)Has she earned any additional income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, since her appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did she earn, (c) from which businesses and (d) for what work; (2) whether her (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, through her appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work?

Reply:

  1. The Minister does not earn any income from businesses doing work for government or otherwise. Everything that the Minister earns or own will be found in the declarations of Parliament.
  2. None of the Minister’s (a) late husband, (b) children, who are both minors and (c) close family earned income from businesses doing work for the government.

21 April 2016 - NW538

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Selfe, Mr J to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

(1)(a) How many (i) natural and (ii) unnatural deaths of inmates have occurred in the past 12 months in the Kgoši Mampuru II Correctional Services facility in Pretoria, (b) when did each death occur and (c) what was the reason in each specified case; (2) whether any of the specified deaths were reported to the Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services (JICS); if not, why not in each case; if so, when was each case reported; (3) whether the JICS investigated any of the specified deaths; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

(1)(a)(i) There were thirty three (33) reported cases of natural deaths

(1)(a)(ii) There were five (5) reported cases of unnatural deaths (known and unknown causes)

Information for (1)(b),(c)and (2) is reflected in the tables below:

(1)(b) Date of death

(1)(c) Reason of death

(2) Date reported to JICS –if not give reason

NATURAL DEATHS

2015.03.13

Respiratory Failure

2015.08.24

2015.04.09

Heart Problem

2016.02.23

2015.04.26

Respiratory Failure

2015.05.25

2015.05.11

Respiratory Failure

2015.05.17

2015.08.24

Nephrotic Syndrome

2015.08.27

2015.08.27

Broncho Pneumonia

2015.09.06.

2015.08.29

Acute Liver Failure

2015.08.30

2015.10.15

Respiratory Failure

2015.10.29

2015.11.20

Cardio Pulmonary Arrest

2015.12.13

2015.05.17.

Retro Viral Disease

2015.05.20

2015.05.26.

Plasma Blastic Lymphoma

2015.05.28

2015.06.08

Retro Viral Disease

2015.06.24

2015.06.11

Idiopathic Thrombo Cytopenia

2015.06.17

2015.06.11

Kaposi Sarcoma

2015.06.17

2015.06.10

Retro Viral Disease

2015.06.17

2016.01.29

Respiratory Failure

2016.01.29

2016.02.20

Opportunistic Infection /Diabetes

2016.03.07

2016.02.28

Electrolyte Imbalance

2016.02.28

2015.05.27

Epilepsy

Hypertension

Previous Cerebro vascular accident

2015.05.28

2015.11.10

Retro Viral Disease

2015.11.12

2015.11.13

Retro Viral Disease

2015.11.13

2015.12.08

Diabetes

Hypertension

Asthma

2015.02.09

2016.02.24

Hepatitis

2016.02.24

2015.09.09

Acute asthmatic attack

2015.09.09

2015.06.15

Retro Viral Disease

2015.06.22

2015.06.16

Retro Viral Disease

2015.06.18

2015.06.18

Retro Viral Disease

2015.06.26

2015.07.06

Meningitis

2015.07.10

2015.07.26

Hypertension

2015.07.31

2015.09.01

Retro Viral Disease

2015.09.03

2015.09.13

Retro Viral Disease

2015.09.16

2015.11.30

Sepsis renal failure

2015.12.01

2016.01.19

Jaundice

2016.01.26

UNNATURAL DEATHS

2015.08.26

Suicide: Medication overdose

2015.08.27

2015.11.08

Unnatural: Post mortem outstanding. Death register number 1619/15: Steve Biko Forensic Pathology Laboratory

2015.11.08

2015.11.12

Assault: Inmate on Inmate: Stabbed in the heart

2015.11.12

2015.11.19

Suicide: Hanging

2015.11.19

2015.12.12

Stab wound of the chest.

Injury to the pulmonary artery.

Blood in the pericardial sack around the heart.

Massive haemothorax of the left chest cavity.

Superficial incised wounds of the right flank and back

2015.12.12

(3) The JICS does not investigate all deaths reported to it, due to lack of capacity; it does however follow a process to confirm that deaths did occur and this is done via the Independent Correctional Centre Visitor.

Natural Deaths – when a natural death is reported the Independent Correctional Centre Visitor will fill in a record of confirmation to confirm that the death has taken place.

Unnatural Deaths - when an unnatural death is reported the Independent Correctional Centre Visitor will be required to conduct an enquiry on the death and depending on the severity of the case it will then be referred to the JICS investigating unit to investigate

The last enquiry conducted was at Kgoši Mampuru Local in November 2015 where it was alleged that the inmate committed suicide by hanging himself. The Independent Correctional Centre Visitor did the enquiry and found that indeed the inmate had committed suicide by using his shoes laces and a piece of bed sheet as a rope.

21 April 2016 - NW908

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Khawula, Ms MS to ask the Minister in the Presidency: Women

(1) Has she earned any additional income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, since her appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did she earn, (c) from which businesses and (d) for what work; (2) whether her (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, through her appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work?

Reply:

(1) I wish to refer the Honourable Member to the Office of the Registrar of Member's Interest which I have made submissions to ever since being appointed as Minister.

(2) Not applicable.

 

Ms. Susan Shabangu, PM
Minister
Date: 20/04/2016

21 April 2016 - NW873

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Energy

(1)Whether the oil drilling platform that is currently anchored in Mossel Bay is being rented by PetroSA, if so, (a) for what purpose, (b) from when until what particular date the rental agreement is in place, (c) what is the amount for the period of the rental agreement, (d) from when until what particular date it (i) has been in operational use and (ii) will lie at anchor in Mossel Bay (2) Whether PetroSA has any obligation in respect of support and maintenance of the oil drilling platform; if so, (a) what type of support and maintenance and (b) what the relevant monthly costs amount to; (3) Whether she will make a statement about the matter?

Reply:

  1. The oil drilling platform that is currently anchored in Mossel Bay is owned by PetroSA. It is not being rented. The Orca FPSO has permission to lie in Mossel Bay shallow waters for periods of six months (reviewed each time).

(2) Yes, PetroSA is obligated to maintain all the safety systems of the ORCA FPSO to ensure it is fully functional. The monthly average cost is R2 million dependent on the level of maintenance required. This cost was reduced by reducing the staff to a minimum requirement (as guided by SAMSA compliance and maintaining the Asset on safe park mode).

(3) No.

21 April 2016 - NW594

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Majeke, Ms CN to ask the Minister of Social Development

(1)Whether, with reference to the SA Social Security Agency (SASSA) which ran out of grant cards during the first two weeks of January 2016, affecting areas of East London, Grahamstown and Port Elizabeth, the problem of the availability of grant cards has been resolved in the specified areas; if not, (a) why not and (b) when will it be resolved; if so, when; (2) whether her department has a programme intended to monitor and improve the quality of a caring service given to frail aged citizens; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether SASSA does not have an arrangement to attend to citizens who may have arrived early, but could not be served at the time of office closure at 16h30, resulting in the elderly having to return the next day at additional cost to them; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) SASSA was informed on 6 January 2016 that a number of areas had run short of SASSA cards, as a shipment ordered by the service provider had been delayed. However, this matter was resolved and by 11 January 2016, additional cards had been sent to Eastern Cape and were available for distribution. It is our serious concern that some of the cards are left with the loan sharks and reported as lost.

(2) SASSA has a monitoring programme which assesses all aspects of service delivery at local offices. Based on the findings, corrective actions are implemented. In addition, there is a commitment for all citizens over the age of 75 years to receive grant application and review services at their homes, if this is requested. For social grant payments, frail or otherwise incapacitated beneficiaries are advised to appoint a procurator who will be responsible for collecting their social grant, using the SASSA grant card.

(3) At all local offices, SASSA endeavours to ensure that the number of applicants / beneficiaries who report for services are attended to within the day they arrive. However, where it is clear that the number exceeds the capacity of the office to finalise, then those who are last in the queue are advised that they are not likely to be attended to and advised to return on another day. Should citizens be affected by this, they are given a number, so that they are indeed attended on the day they return, without having to queue again.

In addition to the above, there is a system in place to serve citizens in accordance with their level of vulnerability. This means that the local office manager will identify and prioritise people with disabilities, older persons waiting in the queue and bring them to the front of the queue. Where this is implemented, it should be made public, so that all the other citizens waiting for a service understand why certain people do not have to queue.

In an effort to prevent people having to travel long distances and incur significant transport expenses to access the services, SASSA provides mobile services in various communities, according to a pre-set schedule. This is done in an effort to improve service delivery. We would also welcome information from Members of Parliament about paypoints that need to be reviewed because our work is about human rights and dignity of our citizens.

21 April 2016 - NW930

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America, Mr D to ask the Minister of Energy

Has (a) she and/or (b) her Deputy Minister ever (i) met with any (aa) member, (bb) employee and/or (cc) close associate of the Gupta family and/or (ii) attended any meeting with the specified persons (aa) at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg or (bb) anywhere else since taking office; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, in each specified case, (aaa) what are the names of the persons who were present at each meeting, (bbb)(aaaa) when and (bbbb) where did each such meeting take place and (ccc) what was the purpose of each specified meeting?

Reply:

a) The Minister met with Mr. Nazeem Howa and Mr Moegsin Williams at various New Age breakfasts. The Minister has not attended any meeting with the specified persons at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg.

b) The Deputy Minister has not met with any member, employee or close associate of the Gupta family or attended any meeting with the specified persons at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg or anywhere else since taking office.

21 April 2016 - NW1050

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Van Dalen, Mr P to ask the Minister of Energy

(1)Whether a certain person (name and details furnished), was awarded a tender as a supplier to PetroSA; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what were the reasons for awarding the specified tender to the specified person; (2) whether the tender bidding process (a) was transparent and (b) followed (i) Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999 and (ii) National Treasury regulations; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

  1. PetroSA has not awarded a tender to Ms Thuthukile Zuma.
  2. (a) (b) (i) (ii) N/A

21 April 2016 - NW885

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Ketabahle, Ms V to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

(1)Has he earned any additional income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, since his appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did he earn, (c) from which businesses and (d) for what work; (2) whether his (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, through his appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work?

Reply:

  1. – (2) The disclosure of the interest of Members of Parliament are governed by the Parliamentary Code of Conduct.

This disclosure of registrable interests of Members of Parliament, their spouses and dependent children are under control of the Registrar of Members interests where the disclosable information can be obtained.

 

21 April 2016 - NW727

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Meshoe, Rev KR to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

(1)Whether her department has a list of small, medium and micro enterprises, particularly spaza shops in formerly black townships and rural areas, that have benefited from training and financial assistance from her department since its inception in 2014; if not, why not; if so,

Reply:

  1. The depatment has a list of small, medium and micro enterprises particulalry spaza shops in formally black townships and rural areas benefited from training and services through the Informal Traders Uplifment Programme (ITUP) during the 2015/16 financial year.
  2. The list indicating beneficiaries of ITUP, broken down per province, district, municipality and town, and showing a breakdown of targeted groups is attached for reference by honourable KRJ Meshoe

21 April 2016 - NW984

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

(a) When were renewal notices for post boxes sent out in 2016, (b) what methods were used to send out these notices, (c) by what date was the renewal fee due to be paid and (d) what is the penalty for late payment?

Reply:

I have been informed by SAPO:

(a) First notices were sent 20 October 2015.

The Second on 19 November 2015

(b) (i) TV Campaigns and physical reminder cards.

(ii) SMS reminders and

(iii) Physical reminder cards

(c) 01 January of each year.

(d) R40

21 April 2016 - NW848

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Lorimer, Mr JR to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

(1)    What amount is currently set aside in the financial provisions required under the (a) Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, Act 107 of 2002 and (b) the National Environmental Management Act, Act 107 of 1998 as amended, for rehabilitation at the Optimum colliery; (2) (a) in what form, (b) where, and (c) by whom is this provision held; (3) is any concurrent rehabilitation being undertaken; if so, (a) what rehabilitation and (b) what amount of the financial provision (i) has been used to pay for the concurrent rehabilitation and (ii) is planned to be used for the concurrent rehabilitation in future; (4) is any rehabilitation at Optimum Colliery planned to take place before its closure; if so, (a) how will this be financed and (b) what control and involvement will his department have in these activities?

Reply:

(1)(a)(b) R 1, 513, 462,690.00 has been set aside for financial provision under both Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, Act 107 of 2002 (MPRDA); and National Environmental Management Act, Act 107 of 1998 as amended (NEMA) for rehabilitation purposes.

(2)(a) Trust Fund

(b) In the deed of trust held by the Department of Mineral Resources

(c) Standard Bank

(3)(a) Yes, the company is conducting concurrent rehabilitation onsite

(b)(i) The amount used in 2015 for concurrent rehabilitation is R23, 684,043.44

(ii) The amount budgeted to be used in 2016 for concurrent rehabilitation is R59, 699,683.00

(4)(a) The company has an Environmental Management Programme (EMPr)/ Environmental Authorisation (EA) approved with the commitment to take responsibility to rehabilitate all environmental impacts resulted from mining operation throughout the life of the mine, in a form of rehabilitation programme.

The company uses operational funds within its budget to undertake concurrent rehabilitation and manage any impacts in the mining area.

(b) The Department conducts Environment Compliance and Monitoring inspections with regard to the approved Environmental Management Programme/Environmental Authorisation. If the findings of the inspections indicate non-compliance with the approved Environmental Management Programme/Environmental Authorisation, the Department issues the necessary notices.

 

Approved/not approved

Mr MJ Zwane, MP

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-………………/………………/2016

20 April 2016 - NW938

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Brauteseth, Mr TJ to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Has (a) he and/or (b) his Deputy Ministers ever (i) met with any (aa) member, (bb) employee and/or (cc) close associate of the Gupta family and/or (ii) attended any meeting with the specified persons (aa) at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg or (bb) anywhere else since taking office; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, in each specified case, (aaa) what are the names of the persons who were present at each meeting, (bbb)(aaaa) when and (bbbb) where did each such meeting take place and (ccc) what was the purpose of each specified meeting?

Reply:

Neither I nor my Deputy Ministers have met with any member, employee or close associate of the Gupta family and/or attended a meeting with the specified persons at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg.

20 April 2016 - NW897

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Khawula, Ms MS to ask the Minister of Water and Sanitation

(1)Has she earned any additional income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, since her appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did she earn, (c) from which businesses and (d) for what work; (2) whether her (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, through her appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work?

Reply:

(1) No, I have not earned any additional income from any businesses.

(2) No, no members of my family have earned any additional income from any businesses doing business with government.

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20 April 2016 - NW1125

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Chance, Mr R to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

Whether he can provide an update with regard to the letter that he addressed to Mr R W T Chance, dated 15 October 2015, indicating that an investigation into allegations of corruption in the Cooperative Incentive Scheme was ongoing, and when completed relevant information would be shared with Parliament?

Reply:

The dti Internal Audit unit conducted an investigation and did not obtain evidence to support the allegations of corruption in the Cooperative Incentive Scheme. The letter with relevant information was sent to Mr Chance on the 16th January 2016.

20 April 2016 - NW1051

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Malatsi, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether he has been requested to commission legal advice with regard to certain persons (names furnished) about possible legal consequences of travelling to Zurich, Switzerland for Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) related business; if not, has he volunteered legal advice to the specified persons in this regard; if so, (a) who requested him to commission such advice, (b) what was the detailed request in respect of each specified person, (c) on what date(s) were such requests submitted to his department, (d) what was the department’s advice and (e) what were the reasons for providing such advice in each case; 2) whether his department has been in contact with FIFA regarding questions that they sent to the specified persons in relation to the US$10 million paid for the Diaspora Legacy Programme; if not, why not; if so, (a) when did his department contact FIFA, (b) what requests and submissions did his department make to FIFA and (c) what was FIFA’s response in each case; 3) whether his department has contacted (a) the office of the United States Attorney-General (USAG), (b) the Federal Bureau of Investigation and/or (c) any other US-based law enforcement authority about the identity of the two South African nationals identified as co-conspirators in the USAG’s indictment on corruption and vote-buying in FIFA World Cup bids; if not, why not; if so, what was the (i) nature and (ii) content of the interactions he had with any of the US-based law enforcement authorities?

Reply:

  1. No. I was neither approached by the Minister of Sports and Recreation nor volunteered to commission legal advice about possible legal consequences of travelling to Zurich, Switzerland for Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) related business.
  2. To date, the Department only received a copy of an indictment against fourteen (14) accused persons. No South African is listed as an accused person. Twenty five (25) persons are referred to, in the indictment, as co-conspirators. The co-conspirators are referred to as #1 to #25. Their names are not revealed in the indictment. It is stated that their names are known to the Grand Jury. The following details of the alleged South African co-conspirators are provided in the indictment:
  • #15 was a high-ranking official of the 2006 and 2010 South African World Cup Bid Committee and member of the local South African Organizing Committee; and
  • #16 was also a high-ranking official of the 2006 and 2010 South African World Cup Bid Committee and member of the local South African Organizing Committee.

To date, the Department did not receive any further communication regarding the matter from the authorities of the United States of America.

The Department is not aware of any questions sent to any persons.

3. The Department did not contact the authorities of the United State of America. The indictment was forwarded to the Ministers of Sports and Recreation, International Relations and Cooperation, and Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, as well as Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation for their information and consideration for the way forward.

20 April 2016 - NW822

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Basson, Mr LJ to ask the Minister of Water and Sanitation

With regard to the water quality of the (a) Umbilo, (b) Palmiet and (c) Vungu rivers in KwaZulu-Natal, (i) what are the greatest risks in each case, (ii) are these risks being monitored and (iii) what action is being taken to reduce these risks?

Reply:

(i) There is a need to improve on the microbial quality of the Umbilo River, the nutrient levels of the Palmiet River and in the Vungu River system, nutrients and microbial quality requires improvement.

(ii) Yes, these river systems are being monitored.

(iii) My Department, as well as the eThekwini Municipality has increased the frequency of inspections of hotspot areas to enable early detection of potential problems and allow for swift corrective action. The Department also engages with the Ugu District Municipality at the Ugu Coastal Management Committee where issues relating to pollution are addressed. The Department, together with the respective Municipality, ensures that all the sources of pollution are addressed timeously.

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20 April 2016 - NW820

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Baker, Ms TE to ask the Minister of Water and Sanitation

With reference to the Msunduzi River Sewer Project which is a joint partnership between the Duzi-Umgeni Conservation Trust and the Msunduzi Local Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal, (a) what is the E-coli count of the tests conducted on the river since 1 April 2015, (b) how many incidents of sewerage pollution have been reported over the specified period, (c) what action has been taken against the identified polluters and (d) what remedial action has been taken to deal with the environmental impact of this sewerage pollution in each case?

Reply:

(a) The E. coli counts of the tests conducted on the Msunduzi River between 1 April 2015 and 31 March 2016 range from 1 313 counts per 100ml to 1 000 000 counts per 100ml.

(b) There were approximately thirteen (13) pollution incidents reported to my Department.

(c) My Department engaged the identified polluters and requested that corrective measures be taken. Based on the severity of the pollution incident, my Department issued the identified polluters with Section 19 non-compliance notices in terms of the National Water Act, 1998 (Act No. 36 of 1998).

(d) The Mvoti to Mzimkulu Classification Study has highlighted the need to improve water quality of the Msunduzi River citing nutrients as a variable requiring improvement. Hotspots contributing to poor water quality in this river system have been identified, and the Msunduzi Municipality together with Duzi-Umgeni Conservation Trust, and my Department engages in monitoring all the identified hotspot areas. There has also been the installation of Closed Circuit Televisions (CCTV) which operate 24 hours to identify surcharging manholes and allow for swift response and corrective action. Water quality monitoring is done on a weekly basis on both downstream and upstream of problematic manholes and pump stations along the Msunduzi River and its tributaries. My Department has also increased the frequency of inspections of hotspot areas.

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20 April 2016 - NW913

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Mente, Ms NV to ask the Minister in the Presidency

(1)Has he earned any additional income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, since his appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did he earn, (c) from which businesses and (d) for what work; (2) whether his (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, through his appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work?

Reply:

I wish to refer the Honourable Member to the Office of Registrar of Member’s Interest in Parliament where I have made submissions since becoming a Minister.

20 April 2016 - NW916

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Gardee, Mr GA to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Has he earned any additional income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, since his appointment as Minister; if so, (a) when, (b) how much did he earn, (c) from which businesses and (d) for what work; 2) whether his (a) spouse, (b) children and (c) close family earned income from businesses, in particular businesses doing work for the Government, through his appointment as Minister; if so, in respect of each case, (i) when, (ii) how much did each earn, (iii) from which businesses and (iv) for what work?

Reply:

  1. No
  2. No

20 April 2016 - NW955

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Grootboom, Mr GA to ask the Minister of Water and Sanitation

Has (a) she and/or (b) her Deputy Minister ever (i) met with any (aa) member, (bb) employee and/or (cc) close associate of the Gupta family and/or (ii) attended any meeting with the specified persons (aa) at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg or (bb) anywhere else since taking office; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, in each specified case, (aaa) what are the names of the persons who were present at each meeting, (bbb)(aaaa) when and (bbbb) where did each such meeting take place and (ccc) what was the purpose of each specified meeting?

Reply:

No, neither myself nor the Deputy Minister have met with any member employee and/or close associate of the Gupta family and/or attended any meeting with the specified persons at the Gupta’s Saxonwold Estate in Johannesburg or anywhere else since taking office.

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20 April 2016 - NW821

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Basson, Mr LJ to ask the Minister of Water and Sanitation

(a) What are the current phosphate levels of the Inanda Dam near Hillcrest in KwaZulu-Natal and (b) what measures have been taken to reduce the prevalence of toxic green-blue algae which is a threat to the water quality of the specified dam?

Reply:

(a) The current phosphate levels of the Inanda Dam near Hillcrest in KwaZulu-Natal is 40 µg/l.

(b) Inanda Dam receives flow from the Msunduzi River. The Mvoti to Mzimkulu Classification Study has highlighted the need to improve water quality of the Msunduzi River citing nutrients as a variable requiring improvement. Hotspots contributing to poor water quality in this river system have been identified and the Msunduzi Municipality together with Duzi-Umgeni Conservation Trust, and my Department engages in monitoring all the identified hotspot areas. There has also been the installation of Closed Circuit Televisions (CCTV) which operate 24 hours to identify surcharging manholes. Water quality monitoring is done on a weekly basis on both downstream and upstream of problematic manholes and pump stations along the Msunduzi River and its tributaries. My Department has also increased the frequency of inspections of hotspot areas.

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20 April 2016 - NW831

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Bozzoli, Prof B to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)(a) How many students have been funded through the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) in each financial year since its inception, (b) what is the detailed breakdown in terms of how many of the specified students were at (i) universities, (ii) technical colleges and (iii) any other higher education institutions and (c) how many students funded by NSFAS (i) were studying, (ii) graduated and (iii) dropped out in the specified financial years; (2) of the specified students who dropped out while receiving funding from NSFAS, what amount (a) was spent by NSFAS to fund these students, (b) has been paid back to NSFAS by the relevant students, (c) is still owed to NSFAS, and (d) has been written off by NSFAS?

Reply:

1 (a) The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has funded 1 700 533, students in public universities, Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges and other institutional types as required by various funders that have partnered with NSFAS. In 2007, the NSFAS legislative mandate was expanded to include the responsibility for granting and administering bursaries to students at public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (former Further Education and Training) colleges. From 1991 to 1995, through the then TEFSA and Kagiso Trust, funds were provided to private institutions and from 2004, NSFAS paid other public institutions such as the National Institute of Education: Mpumalanga and Northern Cape, which have since been disestablished on 7 November 2014.

(b) A breakdown per year is provided below.

Year

  1. Universities
  1. TVET Colleges
  1. Other Institutional Types

1991

7 240

 

1

1992

14 160

 

11

1993

20 811

 

82

1994

28 260

 

28

1995

43 876

 

10

1996

72 788

   

1997

70 574

   

1998

75 764

   

1999

75 344

   

2000

83 251

   

2001

80 603

   

2002

86 147

   

2003

96 552

   

2004

98 813

 

74

2005

106 852

 

78

2006

108 416

 

119

2007

113 616

12 283

509

2008

117 766

35 353

678

2009

135 202

55 174

664

2010

148 387

61 706

498

2011

144 757

114 971

341

2012

194 504

188 182

428

2013

194 923

220 978

464

2014

186 150

228 642

10

2015

173 885

(still to be audited)

235 446

(still to be audited)

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(c) NSFAS does not hold a complete data set on dropouts, and is currently augmenting this data from data sources such as the Higher Education Management Information System (HEMIS). NSFAS, in collaboration with the Department, is currently in the process of conducting a full cohort study looking at cohorts of students from 2005 through to 2014. It is expected that the results from this study will be finalised by the end of June 2016.

Stellenbosch University conducted a cohort study for NSFAS in 2012, which revealed that 34% of the first-time entering student cohort for the 2000 academic year had qualified, 29% were still studying and 37% had dropped out. After a full nine years, 55% of this same cohort had qualified, 6% was still studying and 38% had dropped out.

This study goes on to conclude that non-funded students have a slightly higher drop-out and lower qualification rate, with 48% having completed their qualification, 6% still studying and 46% having dropped out. These figures are consistent with figures released annually by the Council on Higher Education, which includes both NSFAS funded and non-funded students.

2 (a)–(c) In respect to students who received NSFAS loans while studying and dropped out without completing their undergraduate degrees, NSFAS has 247 913 active debtor students. These students have repaid R1.8 billion with an outstanding debt of R4.7 billion.

2 (d) NSFAS only writes off debts for students that are deceased, as confirmed through the Department of Home Affairs.

 

COMPILER/CONTACT PERSONS:

EXT:

DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

DATE:

QUESTION 831 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

20 April 2016 - NW859

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Khawula, Ms MS to ask the Minister of Water and Sanitation

When is the community of Siyancuma in the Northern Cape, Huhudi and Ipeleng in North West and Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality in Free State going to get water?

Reply:

The responsibility to provide water to households in the Municipalities lies with the respective Water Service Authorities in the different provinces as follows:

(a) Northern Cape: Pixley ka Seme District Municipality

(b) North West Province: Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality

(c) Free State Province: Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality

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20 April 2016 - NW1074

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Selfe, Mr J to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether the policy on the use of personal computers by inmates studying toward formal educational qualifications was recently amended; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) why and (b) what (i) are the relevant details and (ii) is the effect of the specified amendment(s) on the specified inmates’ usage of personal computers in their studies?

Reply:

(a) The Department is in the process of amending the Formal Education Policy and Procedures.

(b) The relevant details will be communicated as soon as the policy is approved.

20 April 2016 - NW835

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Davis, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)(a) How many schools across the country have introduced Mandarin as an optional subject since the start of the 2016 school year, (b) (i) what is the name of each specified school and (ii) which province is it situated in and (c) how many schools does her department envisage will offer Mandarin as an optional subject in the next five academic years and (d) which schools are earmarked to introduce Mandarin in the next five academic years; (2) (a) with reference to her reply to question 3645 on 19 October 2015, how many Chinese teachers have been brought to South Africa to teach Mandarin in our schools to date, (b) what was the cost of (i) relocating the specified teachers and (ii) paying their salaries and (c) is this cost borne by (i) her department, (ii) the Provincial Government concerned or (iii) another source in each case providing the relevant details; (3) how many South African teachers (a) are currently qualified to teach Mandarin, (b) will be trained to teach Mandarin in the next five academic years and (c) will be sent to China to learn how to teach Mandarin in the specified period?

Reply:

 

  1. (a) There are 15 schools across the country which are offering Mandarin using the CAPS (Second Additional Language) curriculum.

(b)

 

1(b)(i) Name of School

1(b) (ii) Province

1

Arcadia Primary School

Gauteng

2

Pretoria High School for Girls

Gauteng

3

Willowridge High School

Gauteng

4

Hoȅrskool Die Wilgers

Gauteng

5

The Glen High School

Gauteng

6

Reddford House

Gauteng

7

Emthunzini Primary School

Gauteng

8

Moraoma Primary School

Gauteng

9

J.Kekana High School

Gauteng

10

Jefta Mahlangu High School

Gauteng

11

Worcester Gymnasium

Western Cape

12

Westford High School

Western Cape

13

Western Cape MST Academy

Western Cape

14

Diocesan School for Girls

Eastern Cape

15

Kearsney College

KwaZulu-Natal

(c) In the next five years, it is envisaged that 500 schools will offer Mandarin as a Second Additional Language.

(d) Schools have not been earmarked as yet.

2. (a) To date, two new teachers have been brought in for the pilot programme. Three more teachers are currently in the process of

being brought into the country.

(b)(i) The relocation arrangement of these teachers is, according to the China-South Africa agreement, and is paid by the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Hence the Department of Basic Education has no data on this item.

(ii) The salaries are being paid by the PRC.

(c)(i) Salaries are not being borne by the Department of Basic Education.

(ii) No costs are carried by the Provincial Education Departments.

(iii) No other party is involved in paying for salaries.

3. (a) Currently there is one South African teacher who is qualified to teach Mandarin.

(b) It is envisaged that 100 teachers per year will be trained in the next five years.

  (c) 100 teachers will be sent to China per year for purposes of methodological and cultural enrichment.

20 April 2016 - NW818

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Baker, Ms TE to ask the Minister of Water and Sanitation

(1)With reference to her reply to question 4225 on 18 December 2015, (a) which of the provinces which have been declared drought disaster areas have approved drought intervention plans in place, (b) what amount has been paid out to each specified province to date and (c) how was this money used; (2) (a) when were the specified provinces declared drought disaster areas and (b) what are the further relevant details of the gazettes in which they appeared; (3) (a) which dams in each province have reached levels below the restricted level for abstraction as per the operating rules of each dam, (b) when was this level reached, (c) how many applications were received for further abstraction past the restricted level, (d) how many applications were approved for continued abstraction despite the low levels and (e) what studies and/or assessments were conducted in each case prior to permission being granted; (4) (a) how many towns across the country have run dry from 1 June 2015 up to the latest specified date for which information is available, (b) what are the names of (i) each town and (ii) each local municipality and (c) what interventions have been put in place in each of the specified towns?

Reply:

(1) The KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province is the only province with approved Business Plan and dedicated budget for drought interventions thus far, refer to Annexure A. All other provinces are using funds which are reprioritized/adjusted within the Departmental budget.

(2) Refer to the table below for the specified provinces declared drought areas.

Province

Date Declared

Type of Declaration

KwaZulu-Natal

17 December 2014

Old declaration, Provincial Gazette 167

 

8 February 2016

Updated declaration to include 2 additional Municipalities, Provincial Gazette No 1600.

North West

24 July 2015

Provincial Gazette 7501

Free State

4 September 2015

Provincial Gazette 83

Limpopo

13 November 2015

Provincial Gazette 2630

Mpumalanga

04 December 2015

Provincial Gazette 2619 (Not all local municipalities in the DM)

Western Cape

25 November 2015

Council Resolution

Eastern Cape

4 December 2015

Provincial Gazette 3560 Ugi Town declared a Local State of Organic Pollution

 

22 January 2016

Provincial Gazette 3582 Council Resolutions in the following DMs: OR Tambo on 11 Jan 2016, Alfred Nzo on 17 Dec 2015.

 

04 March 2016

Extension, including Ugu Town Provincial Gazette 3606.

Northern Cape

29 January 2016

Provincial Gazette 1983

(3) (a)Restrictions for Dams are applied starting from different levels for different Dams as per the Dam’s operating rules to prevent the Dams from complete failure to supply water or to prolong water supply from each Dam provided the restrictions are adhered to. For additional information on Dam Levels kindly refer to https://www.dwa.gov.za/Hydrology/Weekly/ProvinceWeek

(3)(c) No applications were received for further abstraction past the restricted level.

(3)(d) Not Applicable (N/A).

(3)(e) Annual Operating Analysis is conducted each year at the end of the rainy season to determine allocable amount for the particular year.

(4) Requesting Honorable Member to refer to NA 428 on February 2016 as this question was adequately responded to.

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