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17 November 2017 - NW3514

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Hadebe, Mr TZ to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs

(1)What (a) total amount did his/her department spend on air travel between Gauteng and Cape Town for employees attending Parliament business in the 2014-15 financial year and (b) is the total number of trips that were undertaken; (2) What is the total amount that his/her department spent on (a) accommodation and (b) car rental in Cape Town for employees attending Parliament business in the specified financial year?

Reply:

(1) Government officials are expected to travel between Gauteng and the Western Cape to carry out official duties, including Ministerial and Departmental support to the Executive who carry out Parliamentary duties according to the Parliamentary Programme.

(2) Costs incurred by Government Officials are readily made available in Annual Reports which are tabled in Parliament annually.

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17 November 2017 - NW2964

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

(a)

ESKOM SOC LTD

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

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

Not applicable

(b)

TRANSNET SOC LTD

(1)(b)(i)

(1)(b)(ii)

(1)(b)(iii)

(1)(b)(iv)

(1)(b)(v)

(1)9b)(vi)

What is the purpose of the said contract

What is the value of the contract

When was it signed?

Who approved the contract?

What was the outcome of the contract?

What is the length of the contract?

Development of a Zero Based Operating Plan

$2 470 000 or R12 015 000

14 December 2007

CE: TFR at the time

Successful implementation of a Zero Based Train Operating Plan

28 weeks

MultiRail Software agreement – annual licence fees

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

1 July 2008

Chief Information Officer at the time

Successful implementation of the MultiRail Software system

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

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

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

17 November 2017 - NW3278

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Gqada, Ms T to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

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

(a)

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

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

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

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

(b)

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

(i)

Not applicable

(ii)

Not applicable

 

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

17 November 2017 - NW3277

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Gqada, Ms T to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

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

Reply:

(1)(a)

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

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

 

(1)(b)

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

(1)(c)

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

(1)(d)

Not applicable, as Eskom does not have a backlog.

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

(1)(e)

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

(2)

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

Remarks: Reply: Approved / Not Approved

Mr. Mogokare Richard Seleke Ms. Lynne Brown, MP

Director-General Minister of Public Enterprises

Date: Date:

17 November 2017 - NW3437

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Mulaudzi, Adv TE to ask the Minister of Transport

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

Reply:

1. 2014/2015 – 7 employees (work outside employment in the Public Service)

   2015/2016 – 4 employees (work outside employment in the Public Service)

  2016/2017 – 8 employees (work outside employment in the Public Service)

2. 

 a) None

 b) Not applicable

 c) Not applicable

16 November 2017 - NW3335

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Labour

(a) What is the total number of persons who are employed in call centres as call centre agents in each (i) province and (ii) city and (b) what is the name of the company in each province and city where the agents are employed?

Reply:

(a) The Department of Labour does not use call centre agents services

 (i) Not applicable

(ii) Not applicable

(b) none

16 November 2017 - NW3523

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Social Development

How many (a) boys and (b) girls were resident at the Don Mattera Child and Youth Care Centre in Edenvale in each month from September 2016 to date?

Reply:

(a) The information below indicates the number of boys resident at Don      Mattera Child and Youth Care Centre in each month from September 2016 to date:

Month

Number of boys

September 2016

35

October 2016

36

November 2016

38

December  2016

38

January 2017

37

February 2017

42

March 2017

42

April 2017

42

May 2017

37

June 2017

41

July 2017

39

August 2017

36

September 2017

27

October 2017

27

November 2017

27

(b) The information below indicates the number of girls resident at Don Mattera Child and Youth Care Centre in each month from September 2016 to date:

Month

Number of girls

September 2016

36

October 2016

36

November 2016

37

December 2016

37

January 2017

32

February 2017

35

March 2017

38

April 2017

36

May 2017

38

June 2017

39

July 2017

38

August 2017

39

September 2017

32

October 2017

34

November 2017

34

16 November 2017 - NW3526

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of Social Development

(a) How often is roll-call supposed to be done at places of safety for children and (b) who is responsible for ensuring that the roll-call takes place?

Reply:

a) Attendance registers are completed in the morning and at night on a daily basis at Temporary Safe Care formerly called Places of Safety.

b) The centre manager and child and youth care supervisors are responsible for ensuring that the child and youth care workers complete the attendance registers.

16 November 2017 - NW3409

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Cassim, Mr Y to ask the Minister of Social Development

(1)What procedure must be followed by staff who work at places of safety if a child at the institution goes missing; (2) what are the consequences for staff members who do not follow the relevant procedure?

Reply:

(1) The procedure to be followed by staff who work at Temporary Safe Care formerly called Places of Safety if a child at the institution goes missing, is that they must immediately report the matter to the nearest police station for the case to be investigated. The DSD managers at the district level, Head of the Department and case manager must be informed. The case manager must inform the parent(s) and the children’s court. 

(2) The case must be reported to the Provincial DSD Human Resource Management, (Labour Relations Unit) for an investigation if it has been determined that staff member/s did not follow the relevant procedures and the disciplinary processes must be followed.

16 November 2017 - NW3494

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Steyn, Ms A to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

(a) What was the total cost of developing Operation Phakisa on Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development? (b) What is the total number of stakeholders who were involved in the development? (c) What is the (i) name and (ii) professional designation of each stakeholder?, and What is the current status of the specified project?

Reply:

a) What was the total cost of developing Operation Phakisa on Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development?

Expenses

Paid

1. Birchwood (venue & accommodation)

R 7 786 000

2. Travel (for selected stakeholders such as farmers, union representatives and NGOs) to and from the 5 week Lab

R 1 491 423

3. Pre and Post Lab facilitation: managing the content and programme of the Phakisa process

R 29 483 533

4. Research in support of Lab discussions and outputs

R 3 398 230

 

R 42 159 186

 

b) What is the total number of stakeholders who were involved in the development?

The participants were selected from various disciplines within the industry to ensure appropriate representation. The participants represented research institutions, public and private sector, as well as labour organizations. Each participant was selected based on their professional expertise, insights and overall value they could contribute towards the Lab. There were approximately 161 participants registered to attend the Lab; however, the Lab had an average overall attendance of 82% participants.

 

The table below summarizes the registered participants at the Lab.

Area of Business

Number of participants

Academia/ Research Institutions

7

Institutional Body

10

NGO/ CBO

9

Private business and organized Business

45

Organized Labour

14

Public Sector (including Provincial Government)

76

TOTAL

161

c) What is the (i) name and (ii) professional designation of each stakeholder?

No.

Title

Name

Surname

Department

Type of Institutions

Job Title

 

Mr

Sifiso

Dlamini

CSIR MERAKA

Academia / Research Institutions

Researcher

 

Mr

Mario

Marais

CSIR

Academia / Research Institutions

Principal Researcher

 

Ms

Grace

Oloo

University of Venda

Academia / Research Institutions

Senior Lecturer

 

Dr

Sannah

Mativandlela

ARC

Academia / Research Institutions

Programme manager

 

Dr

Mduduzi

Ngcobo

ARC

Academia / Research Institutions

Research Team manager

 

Dr

Dr Rorisang

Patoso

ARC

ACADEMIA / RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS

 RESEARCHER

 

Mr

Toi

Tsilo

ARC

ACADEMIA / RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS

 RESEARCHER

 

Mr

Harry

Moeng

Land Bank

Institutional Body

Head: Distressed Farms

 

Mr

Phuti

Moloto

Credit (Land Bank)

Institutional Body

Manager

 

Mr

Seatla

Nkosi

Industrial Development Corporation

Institutional Body

Senior Specialist

 

Mr

Johann

Marshall

IDC of SA LTD

Institutional Body

Senior Specialist

 

Prof

Victor

Mmbengwa

National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC)

Institutional Body

Manager: Smallholder markert access

 

Dr

Abongile

Balarane

National Agricultural Marketing Council

Institutional Body

Grains specialist

 

Ms

Sinovuyo

Matai

PPECB

Institutional Body

General Manager: North Operations

 

Mr

Daniel

Motiang

Agricultural Research Council

Institutional Body

Manager

 

Ms

Zodwa

Mobeng

Onderstepoort Biological Product

Institutional Body

Comapany Secrectary

 

Mr

Thozamile

Gwanya

ECRDA

Institutional Body

Chief Executive Officer

 

Ms

Mawetu

Stirling

CAMISSA

NGO/CBO

NATIONAL RESEARCHER

 

Ms

Palesa

RAMAISA

NARYSEC

NGO/CBO

Participant

 

Mr

Siyabonga

Mbambo

NYDA

NGO/CBO

Senior Manager Operations

 

Mr

Gino

Govender

Earthrise Trust

NGO/CBO

Trustee

 

Mr

Adriaan

Markus

RAAWU

NGO/CBO

Labour Organiser

 

Mr

Petrus

Viljoen

Agri Land Group (Pty) Ltd

NGO/CBO

Cheif Executive Officer

 

Mr

Ndivhuho Navillee

Phungo

YARD

NGO/CBO

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

 

Ms

Clara

Lukhele

National Movement of Rural Women

NGO/CBO

Administrator/ Coordinator

 

Ms

Henriette

Abrahams

Sikhula Sonke

NGO/CBO

General Secretary

 

Mr

De Wet

Boshoff

AFMA (MFSC)

Organised Business

Executive Director

 

Mr

Dirk

Kok

AFMA/SACOTA

Organised Business

Manager: Operastional Services

 

Mr

Ishmael

Tshiame

GFADA

Organised Business

General Manager

 

Mr

Mawetu

Sonkosi

Nerpo

Organised Business

Project Coordinator

 

Dr

Gert

Dry

WRSA

Organised Business

Past President

 

Dr

Gerhard

Neethling

Red Meat Abattoir Association

Organised Business

General Manager

 

Mr

Anwhar

Madhanpall

South African Sugar Association

Organised Business

General Manager: Land Reform and Rural Development

 

Mr

Philip

Bowes

Vinpro (Wine Industry)

Organised Business

Transformation Manager

 

Dr

Konanani

Liphadzi

Fruit South Africa

Organised Business

CEO

 

Dr

Andre

Jooste

Potatoes South Africa

Organised Business

CEO

 

Mr

Rudolf

Badenhorst

Potatoes South Africa

Organised Business

Manager: Market Development

 

Mr

Kevin

Maart

Deciduous Fruit Development Chamber

Organised Business

General Manager

 

Mr

khethokuthula

Nzimande

South African Sugar Association

Organised Business

Operations Manager

 

Mr

Theo

Boshoff

Agri SA

Organised Business

Legal Officer

 

Mr

christo

vd Rheede

Agri SA

Organised Business

Deputy Executive Director

 

Ms

Thozama

Gwente

The South African Wine Industry Trust

Organised Business

Chairperson

 

Mr

William

Fortuin

The South African Wine Industry Trust

Organised Business

Trustee

 

Mr

Leon

de Beer

NWGA

Organised Business

CEO

 

Mr

Hamlet

Hlomendlini

Agri SA

Organised Business

Senior Economist

 

Mr

Jannie

Hendricks

BAWSI

Organised Labour

Member

 

Mr

kaviraj

appadu

ilo

Organised Labour

senior programme officer

 

Mr

Dhalmini

Bhekithemba

Ceppwawu

Organised Labour

National Co-ordinator

 

Mr

Mxolisi Patric

Jama

NAFU

Organised Labour

District Leader

 

Ms

Pumza

Vitshima

NAFU-EC

Organised Labour

NAFU-EC President

 

Ms

Thuliswa

Ndzibongwana

NAFU-EC

Organised Labour

EC-Youth-Co-ordinator

 

Ms

Chwayita

Mboni

NAFU-EC

Organised Labour

NAFU-EC Rural Women

 

Ms

Florence Nomzi

Joel

Nafu

Organised Labour

Rural Women

 

Ms

IDA

JACOBS

FAWU

Organised Labour

ORGANISER

 

Ms

Mahuhudi

Masipa

NAFUSA

Organised Labour

Dep SG and Head of Transformation

 

Mr

ABRAHAM PAUL

DANIELS

FAWU

Organised Labour

NATIONAL EDUCATOR

 

Mr

Manila. Elliot

Malishe

NAFUSA

Organised Labour

Secretary

 

Ms

Ntuthu

Mbiko Motshegoa

AFASA Women's Desk

Organised Labour

Womens's Desk

 

Ms

Brenda

Tlhabane

AFASA

Organised Labour

Women's Desk

 

Mr

Willem Abraham

Olivier

Tongaat Hulett Starch (Pty) Ltd

Private Sector

Maize Co-Ordinator, Purchasing

 

Mr

Teko

Kole

Afri-Grow

Private Sector

Operations Manager

 

Mr

Vusumzi

Stok

Afri-Grow

Private Sector

Operations

 

Mr

Charles

Erasmus

WIVCRT

Private Sector

Transformation Convenor

 

Mr

Gafieldien

Benjamin

AFRIWU

Private Sector

General Secretary

 

Mr

Elmo

Abrahams

E PARTNERS

Private Sector

Executive Member

 

Mr

Michael

Mokhoro

SALBA/Vinpro

Private Sector

Stakeholder Relations Manager

 

Mr

Landile

Nkungwana

sefa

Private Sector

Agricultural Relationship Manager

 

Mr

Egan

Duminy

LenQua Group

Private Sector

Executive Member

 

Dr

Riaan

Du Preez

Afrivet

Private Sector

Manager: Scientific Affairs

 

Mr

Moshe

Molefe

Afrigrow Agriholdings (Pty) LTD

Private Sector

Group CEO

 

Dr

Otto

Mbangula

Afrigrow Agriholdings (Pty) LTD

Private Sector

Executive Director: Livestock Production & Farmer Support

 

Ms

Mariette

Kotze

HORTGRO

Private Sector

Information Manager: Agricultural Economics

 

Mr

Lungani

Hlongwa

TigerBrands

Private Sector

Policy analyst

 

Mr

Piers

Kenyon

enteprisEvolution Technology Holdings

Private Sector

MD

 

Mr

George

Mothoa

SEFA

Private Sector

Agricultural Specialist

 

Ms

Maleshoane

Mokhachane-Moeti

Mokhachane CPA

Private Sector

Farm manager

 

Ms

Elizabeth

Mhlongo

SANParks

Private Sector

Senior GM: Socio- Economic Development

 

Mr

Jerry

Seakhoaa

FABRIC

Private Sector

Public Relations Officer

 

Ms

Jolene

Samuels

The Vineyard Academy

Private Sector

Marketing

 

Mr

Pitso

Sekhoto

Makolobane Farmers Enterprises

Private Sector

CEO

 

Mr

Louis H. W.

Verhoef

Agratech Trade

Private Sector

Manager

 

Mr

Moshakge

Molokwane

People and Packs

Private Sector

MANAGER

 

Mr

Humlet

Hlomendlini

AgriSA

 private sector

Economist

             
 

Mr

Johan

Pietersen

Matuba Wines

 private sector

Wine Maker

 

Mr

owen

wilcox

National Treasury

Public Sector

 CHIEF DIRECTOR PUBLIC FINANCE

 

Mr

Dennis Nekhavhambe

Nekhavhambe

DAFF

Public Sector

 ECONOMIST

 

Mr

M

Selepe

DAFF

Public Sector

 DEPUTY DIRECTOR

 

Ms

Thandi

Manzi

Eastern Cape

Public Sector

 EXTENSION OFFICER

 

Mr

Bongani

Mbali

CCMA

Public Sector

Commissioner

 

Ms

Mlalelwa

Mabona

DSD

Public Sector

ASD

 

MS

ZANELE

BAMBO

DSBD

Public Sector

DEPUTY DIRECTOR

 

Mr

JULY

MOTSOENENG

Department of Small Business Development

Public Sector

Deputy Director

 

Mr

Walter

Mokgobu

DAFF

Public Sector

Agronomist

 

Ms

Nobuhlobo

Mafu

Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs
(DARDLEA)

Public Sector

Deputy Director

 

Mr

NJANYANA JOHN

RADEBE

Rural Development and Land Reform

Public Sector

NARYSEC participant

 

Ms

Roberta

Burgess

Department of Agriculture, Land reform and Rural Development

Public Sector

Senior Manager

 

Mr

Risimati Samuel

Khandlhela

Traditional Affairs

Public Sector

Senior Manager

 

Mr

Patrick

Tonyane

Agriculture:NC

Public Sector

Manager

 

Mr

khulekani

mtshali

DARD

Public Sector

Agricultural Advisor

 

Mr

Gift

Pasipavunda

DRDLR

Public Sector

Chief Town and Regional Planner

 

Mr

THEBE

MOTHUSI

READ

Public Sector

DIRECTOR

 

Mr

Dumisani

Nzama

KZN Dept Of Agriculture& Rural Development

Public Sector

Production Scientist Grade B

 

Ms

dina elizabeth

mosito

agriculture and rural dev

Public Sector

production scientist

 

Ms

Rirhandzu Nomia

mkhari

Limpopo Department of Agriculture and rural development

Public Sector

Agricultural Scientist

 

Dr

Julian

Jaftha

Agriculture, forestry & fisheries

Public Sector

Chief Director: Plant Production & Health

 

Mr

Mapurunyane Krauzer

Bapela

Department of Rural Development and Land Reform

Public Sector

Director

 

Mr

Deka

Bothwell

National Treasury

Public Sector

Director

 

Mr

Thabane Mhlonipheni

Mvelase

KZN: Department of Agriculture

Public Sector

Senior Agric Advisor

 

Mr

Thabo

Ramashala

Agriculture,Forestry & Fisheries

Public Sector

Director

 

Mr

Simphiwe

Mhlontlo

EC Dept of Rural Development and Agrarian Reform

Public Sector

Scientific Manager

 

Ms

Sibongile

Hlekiso

Cooperative Governance

Public Sector

Senior Manager:LED Support

 

Mr

Ayanda

Ngqandu

Rural Development and Land Reform

Public Sector

Director

 

Mr

Mfundo

Macanda

EC Rural Development & Agrarian Reform

Public Sector

Director

 

Mr

HILTON JOE

TOOLO

RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM

Public Sector

CHIEF DIRECTOR

 

Ms

Zwianzo

Nemavhola

Agriculture

Public Sector

Scientist Manager

 

Dr

Cebisa Luxolo

Mnqeta

DRDAR

Public Sector

Director

 

Ms

Maria

Mphahlele

DRDLR

Public Sector

Deputy Director

 

Mr

Lukhanyo

Nkombisa

CGA-GDC

Public Sector

General Manager

 

Mr

LOMAS

MAVULWANA

GDARD

Public Sector

PRODUCTION SCIENTIST

 

Mr

WAKHENI

MABUSELA

GDARD

Public Sector

SAA

 

Ms

Elder Mtshiza

Mtshiza

DAFF

Public Sector

CD:CASP

 

Mr

TENDAMUDZIMU

RASIKHANYA

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION

Public Sector

DEPUTY DIRECTOR:POLICY DEVELOPEMNT AND IMPLEMENTATION

 

Mr

Vela

Mngwengwe

Rural Development and Land Reform

Public Sector

Chief Director

 

Mr

Makala Ngaka

Ngaka

Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Public Sector

Deputy Director

 

Mr

Abram

Shiya

DAFF

Public Sector

Assistant Director

 

Ms

Priscilla

Namukasa

Rural Development and Land Reform

Public Sector

Professional GISc. Practitioner

 

Mr

Petrus Louw

Pienaar

Western Cape Department of Agriculture

Public Sector

Senior Agricultural Economist

 

Ms

Nompumelelo

Pakade

DRDLR

Public Sector

Head of Special Projects and AdviseDMKC

 

Ms

Lesego

Kok-Ngonyama

FS-DARD

Public Sector

Scientist Production Gr A

 

Ms

Mavis

Masemola

FS-DARD

Public Sector

Agric Adviser

 

Mr

Pilot

Nchabeleng

FS-DARD

Public Sector

Senior Manager-Research

 

Mr

Joel

Mamabolo

DAFF

Public Sector

Director

 

Mr

MASIPHULA

MBONGWA

DRDLR

Public Sector

SPECIAL ADVISOR TO MINISTER

 

Ms

Santhurie

Naidoo

Dept of Rural Development and Land Reform

Public Sector

CHief Director

 

Mr

LULAMA

ZANTSI

RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM

Public Sector

CHIEF DIRECTOR

 

Mr

Bonga

Msomi

Agriculture

Public Sector

Chief Director

 

Mr

MALIBONGWE

GCWABE

RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM

Public Sector

LAND REFORM ADVISOR

 

Ms

Shaun

Feldman

Department of Labour

Public Sector

Deputy Director

 

Mr

Richmond Ntuli

Ntuli

Labour

Public Sector

Director: Governance & Projects

 

Mr

wandisile

kahlane

DRDLR

Public Sector

Deputy Director

 

Mr

MOSES

RANTHO

NKANGALA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY

Public Sector

RURAL &AGRICULTURAL SPECIALIST

 

Mr

Leslie

Nyagah

Economic Development

Public Sector

Director

 

Mr

Charl

van Rooyen

WCDoA

Public Sector

Pomologist

 

Ms

Kholofelo

Thobejane

DAFF

Public Sector

Director

 

Ms

Parmella

Makongwana

dti

Public Sector

Assistant Director

 

Mr

Elvis

Nakana

DAFF

Public Sector

Deputy Director: Commodity Markets Analysis

 

Mr

Samfana

Mahlangu

Rural Development and Land Reform

Public Sector

Director

 

Mr

William

Mohapi

waterberg DLRC

Public Sector

Pensioner

 

Mr

William

Mohapi

Waterberg DLRC

Public Sector

Pensioner

 

Mr

Dennies

Nekhavhambe

DAFF

Public Sector

Senior Agricultural Economist

 

Mr

Bonginkosi

Zulu

DRDLR

Public Sector

CD

 

Mr

Gaoretelelwe

Phutieagae

Rural evnvironment and agricultural development

Public Sector

Deputy Direcotor

 

Ms

Aluwani

Matsila

DRDLR

Public Sector

CD

 

Ms

Disego

Malepu

DRDLR

Public Sector

Business anlyst

 

Ms

imameleng

Mothebe

DTI

Public Sector

Director

 

Ms

Ngoanabokone

Maleswene

DRDLR

Public Sector

Deputy Director

 

Ms

Samukelisiwe

Ngcobo

DRDLR

Public Sector

Geomatic Manager

 

Mr

Solly

Molepo

DTI

Public Sector

Deputy Director

 

Ms

Makhupu

Selepe

DRDLR

Public Sector

Deputy Director

 

Dr

Steven

Cornelius

OBP

 public sector

CEO

 

Prof

Mandivamba

Rukuni

 

 public sector

Advisor

d) What is the current status of the specified project?

Operation Phakisa for Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development is at the 4th step of an 8 step process of the Operation Phakisa methodology.

The 4th step involves an Open Day which has the purpose of informing the public of the outcomes of the Lab, and nature of implementation agreement with key role players to be signed publicly on that day.

The application to host the Open Day was submitted to the Private Office of the President.

The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) and the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR) has since the completion of the Lab, appointed champions to lead the implementation of the twenty seven initiatives emanating from the Lab.

16 November 2017 - NW3621

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

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

Reply:

Response from the Department

The department does not own any land.

Response from the Entities

Entity

b

b(i)

b(ii)

b(iii)

Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC)

The CIPC does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Companies Tribunal (CT)

The CT does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC)

The ECIC does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Consumer Commission (NCC)

The NCC does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Consumer Tribunal (NCT)

The NCT does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Credit Regulator (NCR)

The NCR does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Empowerment Fund (NEF)

The NEF does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Gambling Board (NGB)

The NGB does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Lotteries Commission (NLC)

The NLC does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA)

The NMISA does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Regulator For Compulsory Specifications (NRCS)

The NRCS does own land

ERF 2901 Mount Road, in the area of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality, Division of Port Elizabeth, Province of the Eastern Cape

1,6486 hectares

The office building located on this land has been consumed by fire in 2016/17, but the NRCS is in a process to refurbish the building and use it as NRCS Regional Office in Port Elizabeth.

South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)

The SABS does own land

1 Lategaan Street, Groenkloof, Pretoria, Gauteng

1 Apollo Road Olifantfontein 1665, Pretoria, Gauteng

20 Liesbeek Road, Rosebank, Western Cape

15 Garth Road Durban, Mayville, Kwazulu-Natal

1 Teichman Drive, Sunnyridge East London, Eastern Cape

Farm 964, Cove Road, East London, Eastern Cape

8 Bunsen Road, Secunda, Mpumalanga

22 Henrywicht Drive, Saldanha, Western Cape

220 907 sqm

113 927 sqm

4 121 sqm

24 272 sqm

82 672 sqm

961 670 sqm

1000 sqm

647 sqm

Head office

Electrical testing facility

Regional office (Testing and Certification)

Regional Office (Certification)

Vehicle testing facility

Leased

Coal testing facility

Vacant

South African National Accreditation System (SANAS)

The SANAS does not own land

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

16 November 2017 - NW3316

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Labour

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

Reply:

1. Minister of Labour to respond:

As the Department of Labour we have two CEO’s, two Commissioners and two Executive Directors.

Entity

(a) Chief Executive Officers, Commissioner’s and Executive Directors.

(b) Chief Financial Officer employment status

COMPENSATION FUND

Permanent (Commissioner)

Permanent

UIF

Permanent (Commissioner)

Permanent

NEDLAC

Fixed term contract (Executive Director)

Permanent

PRODUCTIVITY SA

Fixed term contract (CEO)

Permanent

SEE*

Fixed term contract (CEO)

Permanent

CCMA

Fixed term contract (Executive Director)

Permanent

  • *SEE is not listed as a public entity, operates as a trading entity within the Department of Labour2. 

2. Minister of Labour to respond:

Entity

(a) Names of each Officer

(b)(i) When was Officer employed?

(b)(ii) When will each Officer’s contract end?

COMPENSATION FUND

Mr. Vuyo Mafata(Commissioner)

Mr. Abraham J Modiba(CFO)

01 April 2016

16 September 2013

Permanent

Permanent

UIF

Mr. Teboho Maruping(Commissioner)

Ms Fezeka Puzi(CFO)

01 December 2016

01 April 2016

Permanent

Permanent

NEDLAC

Mr Madoda P Vilakazi(EX Director)

Mr Mfanufikile Daza(CFO)

01 April 2016

15 December 2014

31 March 2021

Permanent

PRODUCTIVITY SA

Mr Mothunye Mothiba(CEO)

Dr Sibusiso Sabela(CFO)

01 April 2016

01 August 2017

31 March 2020

Permanent

SEE*

Mr. Silumko Nondwangu(CEO)

Mr. Spheni Ngcongo(CFO)

31 August 2017

15 December 2015

31 August 2018

Permanent

CCMA

Mr. Cameron Morajane(Director)

Ms Phetsile Magagula(CFO)

01 April 2016

03 April 2017

31 March 2021

Permanent

  • * SEE is not listed as a public entity, operates as a trading entity within the Department of Labour

16 November 2017 - NW3300

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Mulaudzi, Adv TE to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

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

Reply:

1(a) Chief Executive Officers employment period:

SEFA

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SEFA, Mr Thakhani Makhuvha is employed by Industrial Development Corporation (IDC).

SEDA

The CEO of SEDA, Ms Mandisa Tshikwatamba is appointed on five year fixed contract.

1(b) Chief Financial Officers employment period:

SEFA

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of SEFA, Ms Reshoketswe Ralebepa is appointed on a five (5) year fixed term contract period.

SEDA

The CFO of SEDA, Mr Norman Mazizi is employed on five year fixed contract.

(2) Details of contracts

(2)(a) Names of Officers

Details of contract

(2)(i)Starting date

(2)(ii)Ending date

Mr Thakhani Makhuvha

Mr Makhuvha, employed by Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), was seconded to SEFA for a three-year (3) period.

1 November 2012

31 October 2015

 

His secondment was further extended by three years.

1 November 2015

31 October 2018

Ms Mandisa Tshikwatamba

Appointed on a five year fixed contract.

1 August 2016

31 July 2021

Ms Reshoketswe Ralebepa

Appointed on a five year fixed contract.

1 October 2015

30 September 2020

Mr Norman Mazizi

Appointed on a five year fixed contract.

1 March 2015

29 February 2020

16 November 2017 - NW3524

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of Social Development

What measures are in place at each place of safety to ensure that the boys and girls are kept separate at night time?

Reply:

In relation to placement of children in Temporary Safe Care formerly known as Places of Safety, it is standard practise to separate boys and girls in terms of gender and age. Child and youth care workers are supervising children on a 24 hour basis, 7 days a week. In terms of the national norms and standards for temporary safe care, programmes must promote the safety, security, dignity and well-being of children

16 November 2017 - NW3326

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Sonti, Ms NP to ask the Minister of Social Development

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

Reply:

1. (a) The Chief Executive Officer of the NDA, Mrs Thamo Mzobe, is employed on a fixed term contract.

(b) The Chief Financial Officer of the NDA, Ms Cheryl Yeni, is employed permanently, effective from 03 October 2017.

2. (a) Mrs Thamo Mzobe. (Chief Executive Officer)

(b) (i) The Chief Executive Officer was employed on 01 November 2016.

(ii) Her contract will expire on 31 October 2019.

16 November 2017 - NW3587

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Matsepe, Mr CD to ask the Minister of Social Development

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

Reply:

SASSA

(a) (aa) 3 invoices

(bb) 2 invoices

(cc) 5 invoices

(dd) There are no invoices outstanding for 120 days

(b)

Supplier Name

Invoice date

Invoices over 30 days

Invoices over 60 days

Invoices over 90 days

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

17-Mar-17

 

 

R 31 795.37

SITA

31-Mar-17

 

 

R 409 539.57

SHAMROCK AIR CLOSE CORPORATION

28-Sep-16

 

 

R 1 117.20

LEXIS NEXIS

28-Jun-17

 

 

R 3 420

MTN

25-Jul-17

 

 

R 14 214.33

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

8-Aug-17

 

R 41 226.96

 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

18-Aug-17

 

R 503.00

 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

17-Jul-17

R 381 344.25

 

 

LYCEUM COLLEGE

19-Sep-17

R 26 250

 

 

AZ TRADING CORPORATION

14-Jun-17

R 4 698.60

 

 

 

 

 

R 412 292.85

R 41 729.96

R 460 086.47

NDA

a) ii) The NDA has a total number for Supplier invoices that remain unpaid as follows:

aa) 0 to 30 Days

  • 1 Supplier, with a total amount outstanding of R7 200.00

bb) 31 to 60 days

  • 2 Suppliers, with a total amount outstanding of R139 828.00

cc) 61 to 90 days

  • 1 Supplier, with a total amount outstanding of R1 197.00

dd) 91 days and over

  • 4 Suppliers, with a total amount outstanding of R40 320.00

16 November 2017 - NW3337

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Mente, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Labour

Whether labour brokers are registered with the Government; if so, what number of (a) labour brokers are registered with the Government, (b) government departments nationally and provincially make use of labour brokers and (c) persons are currently employed by the Government through labour brokers?

Reply:

The term labour broker does not exist in our current legislation. What we have is Temporary Employment Services and or Private Employment Agencies (PEAs/TES) that are registered with the Department of Labour in terms of Section 24(1) of the Skills Development Act, 1998 as Amended as part of our transitional process.

(a) A total of 492 private employment agencies/temporary employment services were registered with the Department of Labour as at 30 September 2017.

(b) Currently we do not have data as that will only become possible once PEAs/TES regulations are finalized and gazetted. The Department

of Labour will as soon as the regulations are finalised, keep records

on who uses PEAs/TES and statistics of people employed, placed or assisted across all sectors by these agencies.

(c) Covered above.

15 November 2017 - NW3496

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King, Ms C to ask the Minister of Science and Technology

(1)What is the total amount of her department's budget that was spent on research and development into cybersecurity measures in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(1) In 2016/17 there were 2 multi-year projects that were being funded and are in the cyber/information security space.

a) The development of a prototype for the Biometric Recognition of Minors. Its total budget over 2015/16 - 2017/18 is R 14 977 561, of which R 8 648 983 was for 2016/17. In its conceptualisation the project received endorsement from the South African Social Services Agency (SASSA), and is being implemented by the CSIR.

b) The implementation of the Network Emulating and Simulation Laboratory (NESL). Its total budget over 2014/15-2016/17 was R7 887 000. of which R1 049 500 was for 2016/17. The project was funded through the High-end Infrastructure grant. The NESL is a platform that aims to provide cybersecurity researchers with the ability to perform network bandwidth modelling, cybersecurity training, device security research and advanced analytics to study cyber risk and to deliver effective and practical security solutions. It is implemented by CSIR.

Therefore, the total investment for investment for 2016/17 is R9 698 483.

15 November 2017 - NW3190

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

(1) What are the details including the ranks of service providers and/or contractors from which (a) her department and (b) the entities reporting to her procured services in the past five years; (2) what (a) service was provided by each service provider and/or contractor and (b) amount was each service provider and/or contractor paid; (3) (a) how many of these service providers are black-owned entities, (b) what contract was each of the black owned service provider paid?"

Reply:

1. (a) Refer to Annexure A for the Department of Science and Technology (DST).

(b) Refer to Annexure B for entities.

2. (a) Refer to Annexure A, column H for the services provised, for the DST.

Refer to Annexure B for the entities.

(b) Refer to Annexure A, column F for the amount spent per service provider for DST.

Refer to Annexure B for entities.

3. (a) The following has reference:

 

Black Owned

The DST

759

Entities

1453

(b) Refer to Annexure C, column H for the contracts awarded to black owned suppliers by the DST.

Refer to Annexure B for the entities.

(c) Refer to Annexure C, column G for amount paid to black owned suppliers for the DST.

Refer to Annexure B for entities.

15 November 2017 - NW3468

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

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

Reply:

1. The Department granted permission to employees as follows:

  • 2015-2016 = 01 employee
  • 2016-2017 = 07 employees
  • 2017-2018 = 09 employees

2. Only 1 employee was doing business with the government.

(a) Cleaning and vegetation with Eskom

(b) 2014-2016;

(c) R35 506,95 payable every second or third month. The employee has since resigned from company.

 

15 November 2017 - NW3365

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Bozzoli, Prof B to ask the Minister of Science and Technology

(1) (a) What programmes of the National Research Foundation's (NRF's) budget will benefit from its decision to cut funding to over 2 000 rated researchers by 90% from 1 January 2018, (b) what amount will be saved, and (c) what precisely will the savings be used for; (2) were other areas of possible savings considered so as to reduce the shock effect of the 90% decrease; if not why not; if so, (a) what are the details, and (b) why were these areas not included in the NRF's savings plan, (3) has the NRF done a cost-benefit analysis of what will be lost as a result of the 90% decrease, in terms of (a) student education and (b) research outputs; if not, in each case, why not, if so, what were the findings in each case?

Reply:

1. The number of A and B rated researchers is 831 and not 2 000. The restructuring of the Incentive Funding for Rated Researchers (IFRR) instrument will benefit emerging and early career researchers as well as established researchers through the following instruments, viz., (i) Competitive programme for Rated Researchers (CPRR); (ii) Competitive Support for Unrated Researchers (CSUR); and (iii) Thuthuka.

Based on the current MTEF budget, it is estimated the approximately R30 million per annum will be re-directed and used to supplement the above funding instruments.

2. Yes, all areas of possible savings were considered in terms of the NRF's operational and financial sustainability plans. However, only the IFRR programme was deemed relevant in terms of the directive from the National Treasury that the NRF must implement measures to increase cost savings without compromising its core mandate of research support and advancement.

3. The IFRR programme was never intended to be a primary instrument of the allocating research grants and driving student education or research output. The R30 million released from restructuring the IFRR constitutes only 1.25% of the R2.4 billion annual allocations for researcher and postgraduate and student support. The released funds will be re-allocated for researcher and student support through other funding instruments.

 

14 November 2017 - NW3408

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Cassim, Mr Y to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether, with regard to the court report from the Gauteng liquor board (details furnished), the shebeen will be closed; if not, on what basis can the board ignore the court judgment; if so, by which date;

Reply:

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development is not responsible for enforcing civil court judgements. The Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality successfully applied for an order against the respondent and inquiries need to be made to the Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality as to why they are not enforcing it.

14 November 2017 - NW2898

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Hoosen, Mr MH to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

What is the detailed (a) breakdown of and (b) valuation for current and non-current assets and investments held by (i) her department and (ii) each entity reporting to her according to (aa) listed assets (aaa) directly held and (bbb) indirectly held and (bb) unlisted investments (aaa) directly held and (bbb) indirectly held by each of the entities, in each case breaking the current assets and investments down by 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months and beyond 12 months?”

Reply:

a) Department of Small Business and Development (DSBD)

Details

(a) Breakdown

(b) Valuation

Item

Name /Type

Specification

(Current / non-current)

(0-3 months)

(3-6 months)

(6-12 months)

(Beyond 12 months)

 

(aa) LISTED ASSETS

(aa) Listed assets in reference to (aaa) directly

Not applicable

 

(aa) Listed assets in reference to (bbb) indirectly

Not applicable

(bb) UNLISTED INVESTMENTS

(bb) Unlisted investments in reference to (aaa) directly

Not applicable

 

(bb) Unlisted investments in reference to (bbb) directly

Not applicable

b) (i) Entity: Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA)

Details

(a) Breakdown

(b) Valuation

Item

Name /Type

Specification

(Current / non-current)

Breakdown

(0-3 months)

Breakdown

(3-6 months)

Breakdown

(6-12 months)

Breakdown

(Beyond 12 months)

 

(aa) LISTED ASSETS

(aa) Listed assets in reference to (aaa) directly

Not applicable

 

(aa) Listed assets in reference to (bbb) indirectly

Not applicable

(bb) UNLISTED INVESTMENTS

(bb) Unlisted investments in reference to (aaa) directly

ABSA Call Account

Current

R 66 092 057

     

R 66 092 057

 

(bb) Unlisted investments in reference to (bbb) directly

Not applicable

c) (ii) Entity: Small Enterprise Finance Agency (SEFA)

Details

(a)

(b)

Item

Name /Type

Specification

(Current / non-current)

Breakdown

(0-3 months)

Breakdown

(3-6 months)

Breakdown

(6-12 months)

Breakdown

(Beyond 12 months)

Valuation

(aa) LISTED ASSETS

(aa) Listed assets in reference to (aaa) directly

Not applicable.

 

(aa) Listed assets in reference to (bbb) indirectly

Not applicable

(bb) UNLISTED INVESTMENTS

(bb) Unlisted investments in reference to (aaa) directly

Associates

Non-current

     

R 128 622 368

R 128 622 368

   

Investments

       

R 36 964 865

R 31 964 865

   

Joint Operations

       

R 29 000 000

R 29 000 000

   

Joint Ventures

       

R 194 213 072

R 163 872 781

   

Subsidiaries

       

R 129 201 028

R 106 189 103

 

Loans and advances

Loans and advances

Non-current

     

R 1 197 449 987

R 616 201 761

   

Rental debtors

Current

     

R 73 087 645

R 17 790 380

 

Investment properties

Loans and advances

Non-current

     

R 190 444 353

R 190 444 353

14 November 2017 - NW3466

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Mokoena, Mr L to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

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

Reply:

(1). The Department does not grant employees permission “to have businesses and or to do business dealings”, however, it grants permission to employees who request to perform other remunerated work outside their employment in line with the requirements of Section 30 of the Public Service Act 1994, as Amended by Act 30 of 2007. In the past three financial years, nine (9) employees were granted permission to perform remunerative work outside their employment in the Department.

(2) The Department does not have information of any employee who in the past three financial years had business dealings with the Government.

Approved/Not Approved

Mr MJ Zwane, MP

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2017

14 November 2017 - NW3423

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Figlan, Mr AM to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What are the processes, procedures and mechanisms with regard to the issuing of small-scale and ad hoc work required to be done by the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, (b) how is the work issued, (c) how are suppliers identified and decided upon, (d) what amount has been spent in this regard in each month in the past three financial years and (e) what was the nature of the work in each case?

Reply:

a) All small-scale work is procured through quotation process for both CAPEX and OPEX. SME’s and suppliers registered on the database are invited to submit quotations for goods or services required. During 2014 financial year up to July 2016, PRASA supplier database was used to source quotations for small-scale and ad-hoc works such as unplanned maintenance. Since July 2016, the Central Supplier Database managed by National Treasury is used to source quotations for all small –scale works.

b) Invites are sent to suppliers registered on the Central Supplier Database to renders services or provide goods for OPEX and CAPEX. The supplier information is obtained from the Central Supplier Database.

c) On rotational basis, suppliers are selected from the Central Supplier Database and invited to quote for services or goods required by the business.

d) Refer to Annexure A.

e) The nature of work relates to repairs and maintenance, office stationer, cleaning services and property relates services. Refer to Annexure A

14 November 2017 - NW3639

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Mente, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

With reference to his reply to question 3174 on 30 October 2017, what are the (a) relevant details and (b) black economic empowerment status level of service providers and/or contractors from which (i) his department and (ii) the entities reporting to him procured services in the past five years?

Reply:

Due to the detailed information requested for the department and its entities per order issued during the past 5 years it will unfortunately not be possible to provide a meaningful response within the limited time frame allowed in responding to Parliamentary questions.

The information requested is not readily available and supporting documents will have to be requested from archives filed off site.

Further to that it should also be noted that the BEE status level as requested per supplier will not cover the 5 year period and that the department previously recorded and reported on the HDI status of suppliers. The software system that was used at that stage is no longer in existence as it has been discontinued with the implementation of the Central Supplier Database hosted at National Treasury.

Based on the above it is proposed that the department be allowed more time to gather information and that a response be submitted directly to the member.

14 November 2017 - NW3384

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Purdon, Mr RK to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs

What is the total number of tons of ash that were produced by (a) Eskom and (b) Sasol (i) in the (aa) 2014-15, (bb) 2015-16 and (cc) 2016-17 financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

As reported by third parties, which we as Environmental Affairs are not required to keep record of, and therefore cannot verify these figures:

a) Eskom

(i) (aa) 2014-15: 34 410 Kilo Tons.

(bb) 2015-16: 32 586 Kilo Tons.

(cc) 2016-17: 32 612 Kilo Tons.

(ii) 01/04/17 – to date: 16 999 Kilo Tons.

b) Sasol

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

The Sasolburg Operations (SO) and Secunda Synfuels Operations (SSO) ash figures are kept separate because of the operations being in different locations. We have also separated the coarse ash (predominantly gasification ash) from the fine ash (ash generated at the steam plants). Also, please note that Sasol’s financial year runs from July to June.

Ash in Tons

FY15

(1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015)

FY16

(1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016)

FY17

(July 2016 to June 2017)

1 April 2017 to 30 Sep 2017 (please note that Apr 2017 to June 2017 figures are included in FY17 data)

Sasolburg Operations (SO)

Fine ash (boiler fine and bottom ash particles)

598 215

573 927

590 731

262 748

Secunda Synfuels Operations (SSO)

Fine ash (boiler and gasification fine particles)

4 324 772

4 037 215

3 843 959

1 847 788

Coarse ash (predominantly gasification ash)

6 229 382

6 654 301

6 400 470

3 058 644

Total

 

 

 

 

Ash generated (all sources and types)

11 152 369

11 265 443

10 835 160

5 169 180

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14 November 2017 - NW3515

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

With reference to the Minister of Finance’s Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement delivered in the National Assembly on 25 October 2017, where mention was made of a fund for start-up businesses, (a) by which date will the specified fund be operational, (b) what amount will be injected into the fund, (c) where will the money come from, (d) who will manage the fund, (e) will it have any connection to the Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Fund established by the Chief Executive Officer Initiative, (f) will it operate as a separate Development Finance Institution and (g) what will its financial mandate be in terms of (i) return on investment and (ii) profitability?

Reply:

a) The Fund will be operational during 2018/19 financial year but the planned disbursement of the funding will be the beginning of 2019/2020 financial year.

b) An allocation of R1 Billion has been communicated to the Department of Small Business Development.

c) The money will come from the national fiscus.

d) The Department of Small Business Development together with National Treasury and Department of Science and Technology are working with the Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC) to develop the architecture of the Fund where issues around the management of the Fund will be considered.

e) The SA SME Fund established by the CEO Initiative is targeting high growth businesses whereas our research on the ecosystem shows that there is a lack of funding of enterprises that are at an ideation and early start-up phase which will be the target of the Fund. The Department together with its agencies are engaging with SA SME Fund to identify areas of collaboration on other matters which include sharing research, mentorship and training of enterprises on financial management.

f) The work that is being undertaken through GTAC will assist government to decide on how the fund will operate but the government is conscious of the economic environment and would not look at setting up a completely new structure that will add to operational costs.

g) The financial mandate of the fund will be informed by the exercise that is being conducted through GTAC, but government is looking at having this fund as a soft loan which will provide affordable finance to small businesses and the emphasis will be more on ensuring that the Fund is sustainable rather than profit maximisation.

14 November 2017 - NW3640

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Mente, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

With reference to his reply to question 3174 on 30 October 2017, what (a) service was provided by each service provider and/or contractor and (b) amount was each service provider and/or contractor paid for services procured by his department or entities reporting to him in the past five years?

Reply:

Due to the detailed information requested for the department and its entities per order issued during the past 5 years it will unfortunately not be possible to provide a meaningful response within the limited time frame allowed in responding to Parliamentary questions.

The information requested is not readily available and supporting documents will have to be requested from archives filed off site.

Further to that it should also be noted that the BEE status level as requested per supplier will not cover the 5 year period and that the department previously recorded and reported on the HDI status of suppliers. The software system that was used at that stage is no longer in existence as it has been discontinued with the implementation of the Central Supplier Database hosted at National Treasury.

Based on the above it is proposed that the department be allowed more time to gather information and that a response be submitted directly to the member.

14 November 2017 - NW3641

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Mente, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

With reference to his reply to question 3174 on 30 October 2017, of the service providers and contractors from which his department or entities reporting to his department procured services in the past five years (a) how many of these service providers are black-owned entities, (b) what contract was each of the black-owned service providers awarded and (c) what amount was each black-owned service provider paid?

Reply:

Due to the detailed information requested for the department and its entities per order issued during the past 5 years it will unfortunately not be possible to provide a meaningful response within the limited time frame allowed in responding to Parliamentary questions.

The information requested is not readily available and supporting documents will have to be requested from archives filed off site.

Further to that it should also be noted that the BEE status level as requested per supplier will not cover the 5 year period and that the department previously recorded and reported on the HDI status of suppliers. The software system that was used at that stage is no longer in existence as it has been discontinued with the implementation of the Central Supplier Database hosted at National Treasury.

Based on the above it is proposed that the department be allowed more time to gather information and that a response be submitted directly to the member.

14 November 2017 - NW3396

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Brauteseth, Mr TJ to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

Whether his department is aware of any salary scales used by the mining sector when it classifies paygrades; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the details of the (a) salary band for each category and (b) number of persons employed as (i) permanent employees and (ii) outsourced contractors in the (aa) platinum group metals and (bb) gold sectors in each of the specified salary scales for each financial year since 1 April 2006?

Reply:

The salary band are regulated by the Basic Conditions of Employment Act and all other related labour legislations all of which are under the administration of the Department of Labour.

 

Approved/Not Approved

Mr MJ Zwane, MP

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2017

14 November 2017 - NW3282

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

With reference to her reply to question 2398 on 6 October 2017, regarding the appointment of members of the National Small Business Advisory Council and her reply to question 2569 on 6 October 2017, in which she states that nominations for these advertised positions closed on 3 September 2015, (a) why has she not made the appointments for a period of more than two years and (b) by which date does she expect to make the specified appointments?”

Reply:

(a) The process of appointing members had its complications which amongst other things included delays in verifying criminal records, qualifications of some of the nominated members as they were out of the country for long periods. There was also a process undertaken to broaden the composition of candidates to include those with background and experience in Cooperatives Development.

(b) The final list of nominations has been concluded and it is expected that the appointments shall be made in the last quarter of 2017/18 including induction of members. The new members shall be inaugurated to the Advisory Council on the 1 April 2018.

13 November 2017 - NW3329

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Tourism

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

Reply:

1. (a) The Chief Executive Officer of SA Tourism is not employed on a permanent basis.

(b)The Chief Financial Officer of SA Tourism is not employed on a permanent basis.

(2) Both the specified officers are employed on fixed term contracts.

(a) Name of Officer

(b) (i) When was Officer employed

(b) (ii) When will contract of Officer end?

Mr. Sisa Ntshona

CEO

03 October 2016

30 September 2021

Mr. Thomas Bouwer CFO

17 October 2013

30 October 2018

13 November 2017 - NW2978

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Hadebe, Mr TZ to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs

(1)With regard to the sale of rhino horns by a certain person (name furnished) during the online auction sale held from 21-24 August 2017, what is the total number of (a) permits that were issued by her department, (b) rhino horns or part thereof that were sold; (2) were any rhino horns or part thereof sold to the international community members; if not, what measures will be implemented to ensure that rhino horns or part thereof never leave the borders of the country; if so, (a) why, (b) what are the names of the buyers and/or bidders?

Reply:

(1)

(a) 1 permit to sell 264 rhinoceros horns and 7 permits to buy rhinoceros horns

(b) No horns or parts thereof

(2)

(a) As indicated above, no horns or parts thereof were sold during the auction. The following measures are in place to prevent and detect illegal activities:

  • Environmental Management Inspectors (EMIs) monitor compliance to the buying permits as well as the possession permits that will be applicable to the horns. Through the permitting system we are able to track the movement of the horns and conduct inspections on a regular basis to monitor that these are horns have remained in the country;
  • We have improved the ability to track the movement of rhino horn through the implementation of a national database and systems relating to the marking of rhino horn and genetic profiling;
  • The Department’s Environmental Management Inspectorate (EMI) works in collaboration with other government agencies such as the South African Police Service and SARS Customs at international airports and at border posts in order to combat the illegal import and export of wildlife products. Having enforcement officials at these ports has assisted in the detection of illegal goods and identification of possible offenders and continue to do so;
  • The Department’s Environmental Management Inspectorate (EMI) has been raising awareness and training border officials on initiatives focused on the Illicit International cross border movement of endangered species. This enhances our efforts to build capacity to tackle the problem;
  • In 2017 we also commenced with awareness raising sessions for the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) officials protecting the South African border line to ensure that they are aware of the illegal practices related to smuggling of wildlife and that they are able to react should they encounter smugglers;
  • The Department works in close co-operation with enforcement officials from neighboring countries to ensure that they are aware of possible illegal trade and that they immediately inform the department in case of any seizures of illegally traded horn and supply us with the necessary information to enable enforcement agencies to investigate;
  • Accordingly, we have improved our detection capability at ports of entry and exit by increasing awareness, human capacity, technology and skills which is evident in the increased number of confiscations, arrests and convictions related to wildlife trafficking.
  • Regulations pertaining to certain restricted activities involving rhinoceros horn were developed under section 97 of the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act, 2004 (Act No. 10 of 2004) to ensure the strict regulation of the domestic trade in rhino horn. Under section 57(2) of the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act, 2004 (Act No.10 of 2004) specific activities will be prohibit, i.e. the shaving and powdering of rhinoceros horn of Ceratotherium simum, Diceros bicornis bicornis, Diceros bicornis minor and Diceros bicornis michaeli.

(b) Not applicable

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13 November 2017 - NW3298

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Mbatha, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Economic Development

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

Reply:

Competition Tribunal :

  1. The Tribunal Chairperson (CEO equivalent), Mr Norman Manoim, is employed on a 5 year contract which will end on 31 August 2019.
  2. The Chief Operating Officer (CFO equivalent), Ms Janeen de Klerk, is employed on a permanent contract, since 1 September 2013.

Competition Commission:

  1. The Commissioner- Mr Tembinkosi Bonakele, is employed on a 5 year fixed term contract for the period 20 April 2014 to 20 April 2019.
  2. The CFO – Mr Molatlhegi Kgauwe, is employed on a 3 year fixed term contract for the period 14 March 2016 to 14 March 2019.

ITAC:

  1. The Chief Commissioner (CEO equivalent), Mr Siyabulela Tsengiwe is employed on a three-year contract, which will end on 31 December 2017.
  2. The Chief Financial Officer position is filled on an acting basis by Ms Lebogang Bogatsu whilst a suitable candidate is being recruited.

IDC:

  1. The CEO, Mr Geoffrey Qhena and CFO, Ms Nonkululeko Dlamini of the IDC are both appointed on five (5) year fixed term contracts as follows:
  • Chief Executive Officer appointed with effect from 1 March 2015 until 28 February 2020.
  • Chief Financial Officer appointed with effect from 1 September 2015 until 31 August 2020.

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13 November 2017 - NW3173

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Xalisa, Mr Z R to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs

(1)What are the details including the ranks of service providers and/or contractors from which (a) her department and (b) the entities reporting to her procured services in the past five years; (2) what (a) service was provided by each service provider and/or contractor and (b) amount was each service provider and/or contractor paid; (3) (a) how many of these service providers are black-owned entities, (b) what contract was each of the black-owned service providers awarded and (c) how much was each black-owned service provider paid?

Reply:

(1)– (3) The Department’s database does not rank the service providers. However, the information relative to the bids awarded by the Department and its entities is published in the media from which they are advertised such as:

  • Government Tender Bulletin
  • E-tender portal (National Treasury)
  • Departmental Website

The Member is also referred to the Annual Reports of both the Department and its entities of over the past five years as these would also have an indication of the procurements that the Auditor-General would have delivered his opinion on.

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13 November 2017 - NW3229

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

Whether any vacancies currently exist at the SA Post Office Board; if so, (a) what number of vacancies and (b) what are the details of the steps that are being taken to fill the specified vacancies?

Reply:

I have been informed by the Department as follows:

(a) Yes, there are currently three (3) vacancies.

(b) The Department called for nominations of persons suitable for appointment to the Board of the South African Post Office (SAPO). The response did not yield suitable candidates in terms of the skills requirements in line with the provisions of the SAPO Act. The Department is now pursuing other means of sourcing the suitable candidates including headhunting.

Approved/ Not Approved

_________________________

Dr Siyabonga Cwele, MP

Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

DATE:

13 November 2017 - NW3264

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Wilson, Ms ER to ask the Minister of Social Development

(1)With reference to her reply to question 2019 on 9 October 2017, in which she gives a breakdown of the number of Mikondzo events that were held in each province, as well as the associated costs, why were 20 events held in KwaZulu-Natal and only one or two events held in the remainder of the provinces, which total to only 11 events; (2) in view of the specified reply which states that the total cost of the specified events amounted to R10 098 290 976, although the budget was only R62 500 000, (a) why did her department overspend billions of Rands on the events and (b) in which budgeted line item were these billions reflected; (3) whether any virements were necessary to pay for the overspend; if so, (a)(i) from which budgeted line item and (ii) in which programmes were the specified virements made, (b) what percentage of the specified budgeted line item was used for the virements, (c) who authorised such virements and (d) were the large virements authorised by the Treasury; (4) with reference to her specified reply in which it is stated that the budget allocation of each event was R2 500 000, but according to the actual expenditure costs the average cost of each event was R325 million, from where did she obtain the specified figures?

Reply:

1. The reply to Parliamentary Question 2019 indicated that there were 11 Mikondzo events held in KwaZulu-Natal. The areas identified for Mikondzo are informed by prevailing social ills, the level of poverty and challenges with access to social services amongst others. As a result, the provinces will not all host the same number of Mikondzo events.

2. Please note that there was an error in the attachment to Parliamentary Question 2019, for which I apologise. The actual amount spent on Mikondzo for the financial year, was approximately R100 million, and not R10 billion. The events in Limpopo and Mpumalanga indicated that an amount of R2,5 billion was spent on these events. This should have been R2,5 million, which was in line with the budgeted amount for each event. The funding was allocated from the retained surplus.

3. No virements were necessary, as the funding was allocated from the retained surplus.

4. As indicated under response to question 2, the details in the spreadsheet in the response to question 2019 was incorrect. The budgeted amount for each event was in fact R2,5 million.

13 November 2017 - NW2755

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Public Works

Is he aware of any (a) transfers due but not paid over to provinces from his department and/or (b) money from his department transferred to provinces but not paid to municipalities for services, rates and taxes yet; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

a) All transfers have been made in line with the payment schedule as approved by National Treasury. The Department is only responsible for the EPWP Incentive Grant for Provinces.

b) The devolution of the property rates fund grant to provinces as the allocated funding for property rates was phased into the equitable share in 2013/14. This therefore means that the Department does not make transfers to provinces for property rates and service charges as it is part of their equitable share.

13 November 2017 - NW3387

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Hoosen, Mr MH to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

What was the (a) total and (b) itemised cost to the Government Printing Works for printing (i) annual financial statements and (ii) integrated annual reports for each (aa) department and (bb) entity in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

The details of the annual reports for the various Departments and entities as well as the cost for the GPW is contained in the table below:

Department and Entity

Details

Quantity

Unit Price

Total

Department of Correctional Services

Annual Report 2016/17

400

514.27

205,709.42

Military Veterans

Annual Report 2016/17

500

432.38

216,190.53

National Disaster Management Centre

Annual Report 2016/17 (including USB, CD's)

200

1,379.16

275,832.26

Civilian Secretariat

Annual Report 2016/17

300

388.04

116,412.60

Education, Training and Development (ETD) sector - Seta

Annual Report 2016/17

700

328.75

230,125.12

Department of Justice

Annual Report 2016/17

780

293.09

228,613.30

Education, Training and Development (ETD) sector - Seta

Annual Report 2016/17

2,000

115.00

230,000.00

Department of Communications

Annual Report 2016/17

100

780.61

78,060.63

Government Communication and Information Services

Annual Report 2016/17

2,000

89.96

179,918.84

Department of Water and Sanitation

Annual Report 2016/17

500

875.46

437,730.04

Government Printing Works

Annual Report 2016/17

350

231.20

80,921.50

South African Police Services

Annual Report 2016/17

3,000

205.76

617,265.41

Total

   

3,131,563.22

13 November 2017 - NW3306

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Mokause, Ms MO to ask the Minister in the Presidency

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

Reply:

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the NYDA are appointed on a fixed term contracts not exceeding five years.

13 November 2017 - NW3247

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Selfe, Mr J to ask the Minister of Public Works

What amount has his department spent on (i) building new and (ii) upgrading existing correctional service facilities (a)(aa) in each of the past five financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017, and (b) in each case, what are the relevant details of the (i) facility concerned, (ii) work done and (iii) date of completion?

Reply:

The Department of Public Works provides service delivery infrastructure to the Department of Correctional Services, for the past five financial years and since 1 April 2017, the amount that was spent on (i) building new, (ii) upgrading existing correctional facilities is presented as follows:

Item

Financial Year

TOTAL ALLOCATION

EXPENDITURE

Planning Stage (4-4A)

Tender Stage (4B)

Evaluation & Adjudication (5-5A)

Construction Stage (5B)

Practical Completion Stage (6A)

 

2013/14

680 137 750

300 325 570

106

14

11

46

22

 

2014/15

454 648 915

359 875 110

110

12

4

46

19

 

2015/16

576 165 972

482 579 915

98

3

13

41

15

 

2016/17

447 521 941

536 295 194

72

13

1

34

13

 

2017/18

243 897 506.00

243 002 430.80

79

4

1

23

9

Total

2 402 372 084

1 922 078 220

465

46

30

190

78

In each case the relevant details on (i) relevant details of the facility concerned, (ii) work done, (iii) date of completion are provided as follows:

             
             

CLIENT DEPT

TOWN

DESCRIPTION

STATUS

FINANCIAL TENDER DATE

FIRST DELIVERY DATE

STATUS

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

HEILBRON

IMPLEMENTATION OF EMERGENCY BACK-UP POWER SUPPLY

6A

2016/12/05

2017/06/04

Project Completed

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

KROONSTAD

IMPLEMENTATION OF EMERGENCY BACK-UP POWER SUPPLY AT KROONSTA D MEDIUM A, MEDIUM B, MEDIUM C & YOUTH CENTRE AND COLLEGE

6A

2014/12/02

2017/08/02

Project Completed

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

VIRGINIA

INSTALLATION OF BACK UP POWER GENERATOR AT VIRGINIA PRISON

6A

2016/12/05

2017/05/04

Project Completed

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

ZASTRON

INSTALLATION OF BACK UP POWER GENERATOR

6A

2016/12/05

2017/05/30

Project Completed

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

VENTERSBURG

INSTALLATION FOR BACK UP POWER GENERATOR

6A

2017/01/26

2017/09/21

Project Completed

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

SASOLBURG

GROENPUNT CORRECTIONAL CENTRE: REPAIR OF RIOT DAMAGE TO MAXI MUM CENTRE

6A

2016/09/27

2017/05/08

Project Completed

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

VILJOENSDRIF

GROENPUNT MEDIUM PRISON: UPGRADING OF THE EXISTING KITCHEN A ND CONVERSION FROM STEAM TO ELECTRICAL

5B

2015/05/19

2017/08/14

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

GROOTVLEI (FS)

SEWAGE AND WATER INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE

5B

2016/03/15

2018/01/16

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

PAARL

BOUNDARY FENCE PROJECT

6A

2015/12/04

2017/06/15

Project Completed

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

PAARL

OUTSIDE KITCHEN: UPGRADE KITCHEN AND REFURBISH EQUIPMENT, IN CLUDING PAINTINGS & FLOORING

5B

2017/04/10

2017/12/09

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

TZANEEN

REPLACEMENT OF TEMPORARY PRISON WITH A FACILITY FOR 494 INMA TES INCLUDING SECURITY FENCE AND SPORTFIELD: ADDITIONAL ACCO MODATION REQUIREMENTS

5B

2017/01/10

2017/09/27

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

DURBAN

PAROLE BOARD FACILITIES: UPGRADING AND EXPANSION OF EXISTING AND PROVISION OF NEW STRUCTURES_(NEW)

6A

2016/06/23

2017/05/12

Project Completed

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

ESTCOURT

HERITAGE - REPLACEMENNT OF EXISTING CORRUGATED IRON BUILDING AND REBUID WITH BRICK

5B

2012/04/17

2017/11/15

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

PIETERMARITZBURG

REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF INTEGRATED SECURITY SYSTEM

5B

2016/02/22

2019/02/21

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

KOKSTAD

KOKSTAD MEDIUM AND MAXIMUM CORRECTIONAL CENTRES: FOLLOW ON C ONTRACT: INTEGRATED SECURITY SYSTEM

5B

2016/02/22

2019/02/21

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

LADYSMITH (KZN)

SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF STANDBY GENERATOR AT DUNDEE, VRYH EID, LADYSMITH, POMEROY, NEWCASTLE, UTRECHT AND KRANSKOP

5B

2016/08/05

2017/08/04

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

KURUMAN

REPLACEMENT OF FOUR IN ONE SLICER, KITCHEN FLOORING , FOOD P ROCESSOR AND MEAT SAW

6A

2016/03/18

2017/04/18

Project Completed

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

KIMBERLEY

REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE PROJECT: FOLLOW ON CONTRACT FOR INTER GRATED SECURITY SYSTEM AT TSHWELOPELE (KIMBERLEY)CENTRE

5B

2015/10/05

2018/10/05

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

RUSTENBURG

RUSTENBURG PRISON: REPAIR & RENOVATION AND UPGRADING OF BUIL DINGS, WET SERVICES AND CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE.

5B

2014/07/14

2018/07/26

On construction

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

STANDERTON

STANDERTON CORRECTIONAL CENTRE: ADAPTATION AND COMPLETE UPGRADING PHASE 2: WCS 044954

5B

2013/12/20

2018/04/29

On construction

             

13 November 2017 - NW3284

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Chance, Mr R to ask the Minister of Public Works

(1) With reference to the amended Construction Industry Development Regulations that was published for public comment in the Government Gazette No 38822 on 29 May 2015, what (a) is the current status of the proposed prompt payment regulations and (b) were the main points raised by the public through the consultation period; (2) by what date does he expect that the amended regulations will be enforced?

Reply:

1. (a) The draft Regulations on Prompt Payment and adjudication for the construction industry which were published for comment by the Minister of Public Works in Government Gazette 38822 of 29 May 2015 have been withdrawn. The Regulations were published in terms of Section 33 of the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Act, 2000 (Act no 38 of 2000). The much anticipated regulations were aimed at introducing automatic interest on late payment as well as statutory mechanisms to ensure progressive payment to contractors for work done.

In following due legal processes, the Minister submitted the draft Regulations to the Office of the Chief State Law Advisor to test its Constitutional validity and whether the draft Regulations were not ultra vires (meaning whether the Regulations did not go beyond the scope of the empowering provisions of the CIDB Act).

(b) The comments received highlighted the need for greater alignment of the adjudication provisions with the existing legislative framework for the administration of contracts, as well as the powers of the Minister in terms of the CIDB Act. Specifically, key comments received include (i) there are potential challenges that would arise if main contractors are expected to pay a sub-contractor within 30-days. Where verification of work is required, this may result in bad quality work being delivered, and as such, main contractors may be reluctant to sub-contract. This scenario may lead to price escalations

as a strategy to minimize the risk to main contractors. It would give a wrong impression to service providers that the payment is due to them irrespective of quality of work; (ii) payment of invoice within 30-days of submission will be impossible to implement by the public sector versus the current practice of within 30-days of issuing progress payment certificates after invoice have been verified; (iii) since the Regulations were proposing payment by main contractors to sub-contractors, it is argued that the conditions of contracts between the main and sub-contractors should take precedence.

2. The Minister received the legal opinion from the Office of the Chief State Law Advisor (the legal opinion) which emphasised that the Regulations were ultra vires and if challenged would not pass the Constitutional validity threshold. In essence, the legal opinion advised that the prompt payment and compulsory adjudication provisions of the draft regulations were substantive in nature and could not be categorised as any other matter for the better execution of the Act or in relation to any power granted or function or duty imposed by the Act (see section 33 (1) of the Act). The Chief State law advisor applied a restrictive approach for interpreting wide empowering provisions in respect of the making of the regulations and concluded that the draft regulations:

  • extended the scope or general operation of the enactment;
  • supported attempts to widen the purposes of the Act;
  • provided for substantive matters relating to the law of contract as opposed to administrative measures to implement the substantive matters provided in the Act; and
  • could not be categorised as authorising the provision of subsidiary means of carrying into effect what is enacted in the statute itself and covered what is incidental to the execution of its specific provisions.

13 November 2017 - NW3265

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Wilson, Ms ER to ask the Minister of Social Development

(1)With reference to her replies to questions 2018 and 2019 on 9 October 2017, in which she gives a breakdown of the number of Mikondzo events that were held in each province, as well as the associated costs and the management of the specified events by certain companies (names furnished), why do the Mikondzo events in her reply to question 2019 not correspond with the Mikondzo events for which the specified companies have been paid; (2) (a) were the Mikondzo events that were managed by the companies separate from the events laid out in her reply to question 2019 and (b) from which (i) budgeted line item and (ii) programme was the budget for the companies reflected?

Reply:

1. The difference is as a result of Mikondzo events which were held in the beginning of the financial year, before the companies were accredited. The response to Parliamentary Question 2018 indicated all the amounts paid to the accredited companies, from the date of their accreditation in June 2016 and also included one event which was held on 12 May 2017, which is in fact in the 2017/18 financial year.

The response to parliamentary question 2019 is not complete, and the amounts indicated are not accurate. I apologise for the inaccurate information submitted.

2. The Mikondzo events managed by the accredited companies were not separate to those indicated in the reply to question 2019. However, as indicated, the response to parliamentary question 2019 was not complete.

The amounts paid to the accredited companies were funded from the retained surplus within SASSA, and therefore did not reflect on the budget.

13 November 2017 - NW2877

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Cassim, Mr Y to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What is the detailed (a) breakdown of and (b) valuation for current and non-current assets and investments held by (i) his department and (ii) each entity reporting to him according to (aa) listed assets (aaa) directly held and (bbb) indirectly held and (bb) unlisted investments (aaa) directly held and (bbb) indirectly held by each of the entities, in each case breaking the current assets and investments down by 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months and beyond 12 months?

Reply:

(a)(b)(i)(aa)(aaa)(bb)(aaa)

The financial statements of the Department of Cooperative Governance is prepared in terms of the modified cash basis of accounting principles applicable to National Government Departments and do not provide for valuation of current and non-current assets. As prescribed, the Department has no investments.

The Entities

MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD

(a)(b)(ii)(aa)(bbb)

VALUATION OF NON-CURRENT ASSETS

       

Property, Plant & Equipment

       
 

Cost

Accumulated Depreciation

Carrying Value

 

Furniture and Fittings

2 098 693.04

1 211 552.92

887 140.12

 

Office Equipment

983 938.70

854 870.86

129 067.84

 

Computer Equipment

2 637 746.27

1 304 066.99

1 333 679.28

 

Vehicles

656 315.37

353 030.95

303 284.42

 

Lease hold improvements

2 503 940.03

1 543 861.01

960 079.02

 
 

8 880 633.41

5 267 382.73

3 613 250.68

 
         

Computer Software

Cost

Accumulated Depreciation

Carrying Value

 
 

1 896 172.43

1 056 177.56

839 994.87

 
 

1 896 172.43

1 056 177.56

839 994.87

 
         

Warranties

 

 

18 546.08

 
         

Total Value of Non-Current assets as at 31 August 2017

4 471 791.63

 
         
         

CURRENT ASSETS

       

CASH & CASH EQUIVALENTS

       

Finance-Petty Cash Control

   

1 908.10

 

Finance-Bank ABSA/01 Main

   

57 464.20

 

Finance-Bank ABSA/04 Call Account

   

8 223 039.61

*

Total Cash & Cash Equivalents

   

8 282 411.91

 
         

Inventory Account

 

 

194 781.99

 
         

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS AS AT 31 AUGUST 2017

8 477 193.90

 
         

TOTAL VALUE OF ASSETS AS AT 31 AUGUST 2017

12 948 985.53

 
         

* The positive cash balance is held in a current account and the entire balance is available on call.

 

(a)(b)(ii)(bbb)(bb)(bbb)

The MDB does not have unlisted investments.

SOUTH AFRICAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

See the link: http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW2877-SALGA.pdf

SOUTH AFRICAN CITIES NETWORK

(a)(b)(ii)(aa)(bbb)

The valuation for current and non-current assets.

         

Current assets

0-3 Months

3-6 Months

6-12 Months

12 Months

Equipment

169,551

169,551

169,551

508,652

         

Non-current assets

       

Trade and other receivables

4,875

4,875

4,875

14,625

Accrued income

2,542,043

2,542,043

2,542,043

7,626,129

Cash and cash equivalent

2,054,708

2,054,708

2,054,708.23

6,164,125

         

(a)(b)(ii)(bbb)(bb)(bbb)

The SACN does not have unlisted investments.

13 November 2017 - NW2661

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional affairs

(1)Whether any of the municipalities that were dissolved and/or amalgamated after 3 August 2016 purchased any (a) vehicles and/or (b) civil construction equipment, also referred to as yellow machines, in the 2015-16 financial year; if so, in each case, (i) which type of vehicles and/or equipment was approved by each relevant municipal council, (ii) what number of quotations were received from various suppliers, (iii) on which dates were the specified suppliers approached by each municipal council and (iv) who approached the specified suppliers; (2) Whether he will furnish Mr K J Mileham with copies of each municipal council’s resolution in this regard; if not, why not; if so, by what date; (3) What are the full relevant details of the (a) current location of each of these vehicles and/or equipment, (b) current mileage on each vehicle and/or piece of equipment and (c) asset registers that each vehicle and/or piece of equipment is recorded on?

Reply:

By way of background, the redetermination of boundaries by the Municipal Demarcation Board during 2013 and 2015 resulted in a decrease of 21 local municipalities from 278 to 257 municipalities (districts, locals and metros). These major determinations were either as a result of amalgamations or the splitting of municipalities and subsequent incorporation into neighbouring municipalities. As a result of the above, there were 26 municipalities whose boundaries were changed post the 3 August 2016 local government elections.

In preparing a response for the Honourable Member, the Departments of Cooperative Governance engaged the 26 affected municipalities through provincial departments responsible for local government.

It must be noted that even those municipalities that indicated that they had made purchases, did not supply all information as requested. The status of responses as provided to the Department is as follows:

No

Name of Municipality

1(a) Vehicles

1(b) Yellow Machines

1(b)(i) Type of Vehicle

1(b)(i)(ii) Number of Quotations Received

1(b)(i)(iii) Date when Council was approached

1(b)(iv) Who approached Suppliers

(i)

Rand West City Local Municipality

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

(ii)

The Big 5 Hlabisa Local Municipality City of Mbombela.

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

(iii)

 

Not Applicable

  • 1 x Vacuum Tanker;
  • 1 x Vacuum Tanker;
  • 1 x Truck with a mounted Crane;
  • 1 x Hooklift Truck (Waste Management);
  • 1 x 22 Seater Bus (Waste Management);
  • 1 x Fire Engine; 2 x 10m3

Not Applicable

Information not supplied

Information not supplied

Information not supplied

(iv)

Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

(v)

Alfred Duma Local Municipality

Toyota Fortuner.

Information not supplied

Information not supplied

Information not supplied

Information not supplied

Information not supplied

(vi)

Raymond Mhlaba Local Municipality

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

vii)

(

Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality

Refer to attached Annexure A.

Refer to attached Annexure A.

Refer to attached Annexure A.

Refer to attached Annexure A.

Refer to attached Annexure A.

Refer to attached Annexure A.

(viii)

Dr Beyers Naude Local Municipality

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

The following Municipalities did not submit any response:

NO.

NAME OF MUNICIPALITY

 

Umdoni Local Municipality

 

Ray Nkonyeni Local Municipality

 

Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Local Municipality

 

Mthonjaneni Local Municipality

 

Umhlathuze Local Municipality

 

City Of Mbombela Local Municipality

 

Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality

 

Ventersdorp/Tlokwe Local Municipality

 

Dawid Kruiper Local Municipality

 

Thulamela Local Municipality

 

Makhado Local Municipality

 

Musina Local Municipality

 

Blouberg Local Municipality

 

Molemolle Local Municipality

 

Polokwane Local Municipality

 

Fetakgomo/Greater Tubatse Local Municipality

 

Modimolle/Mookgopong Local Municipality

 

Lim 345 Local Municipality

 

Walter Sisulu Local Municipality

2. Yes

This information is not available at present. Copies of this information will be furnished to the Honourable Member as soon as all the information is received from each of these municipalities.

3. This information is not available at present since not all municipalities submitted the required information. A more comprehensive response in this regard will be furnished to the Honourable Member as soon as all the information is received from each of this municipalities.

13 November 2017 - NW3302

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

(1)    Whether the (a) chief executive officer and (b) chief financial officer of entities reporting to him are employed on a permanent basis; if not, (2) Whether the specified officers are employed on a fixed term contract; if so, (a) what are the names of each of the officers and (b) when (i) was each officer employed and (ii) will each officer’s contract end? NW3691E

Reply:

Entity

1(a) & (b)

(2)

(a)

b(i)

(ii)

Sentech

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) are on fixed term contracts not permanent.

Five (5) years fixed term contract

CEO: Mr Mlamli Booi;

CEO:16/10/2015

15/10/2020

   

Five (5) years fixed tern contract

CFO: Mr Siphamandla Kenneth Mthethwa

CFO: 01/12/2016

30/11/2021

SAPO

The CEO and CFO are on fixed term contracts not permanent.

Five (5) year fixed term contract

CEO: Mr Mark Barnes

CEO: 15/01/2016

14/01/2021

   

Five (5) years fixed term contract

CFO: Ms Nichola Dewar

CFO: 12/12/2016

11/12/2021

USAASA

The CEO and CFO are on fixed term contracts not permanent.

Three (3) year fixed term contract

CEO: Mr Lumko Mtimde

CEO: 01/06/2016

31/05/2019

   

Three (3) year fixed term contract

CFO: Mr Mohammed Chowan

CFO: 01/11/2016

31/10/2019

NEMISA

The CEO is on fixed term contracts not permanent.

Three (3) year fixed term contract

CEO: Ms Mymoena Ismail

CEO: 01/11/2016

31/10/2019

   

Vacant

CFO: Resigned on 31 April 2017

N/A

N/A

SITA

The CEO and CFO are on fixed term contracts not permanent.

Four (4) year fixed term contract

CEO: Dr Setumo Mohapi

CEO: 01/04/2015

31/03/2019

   

Five (5) year fixed term contract

CFO: Ms Rudzani Cordelia Rasikhinya

CFO: 01/10/2015

30/09/2020

BBI

The CEO and CFO are on fixed term contracts not permanent.

Five (5) year fixed term contract

CEO: Ms Puleng Kwele

CEO: 01/06/2012

30/11/2017[1]

   

Three (3) year fixed term contract

CFO: Mr Ivan Niekerk

CFO: 01/09/2017

31/08/2020

ZaDNA

Yes, the CEO is permanent

Permanent

CEO: Mr Vika Mpisana

01/10/ 2013

N/A

   

There is no position of the CFO at ZaDNA.

N/A

N/A

N/A

13 November 2017 - NW3000

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Lotriet, Prof A to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs

What is the (a) total amount that was paid out in bonuses to employees in her Department and (b) detailed breakdown of the bonus that was paid out to each employee in each salary level in the 2016/17 financial year; and (2) what is the (a) total estimated amount that will be paid out in bonuses to employees in her Department and (b) detailed breakdown of the bonus that will be paid out to each employee in each salary level in the 2017/18 financial year?

Reply:

(1) (a) Due to the financial constraints and agreed to budget cuts the Department opted to pay incentives to performing staff, instead of generalised bonuses, as outlined in Part VIII, Section F1 of the Public Service Regulations which reads as follows:

“If the Departmental budget and the medium-term expenditure framework provide adequate funds, a head of department may establish a financial incentive scheme for the employees or any category of those employees.”

Consequently, an amount of R14, 493,635.57 was paid out in performance incentives to employees on salaries level 2-12 for the financial year.

(2) (a) An estimated total amount of R15 751 095 will be paid out in performance incentives to employees in the Department for the 2017/2018 financial year.

(b) The breakdown of the performance incentives to be paid out to each employee in each salary level for the 2017/18 financial year will be determined as outlined in Part VIII section F1 of the service Regulations, as outlined above.

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13 November 2017 - NW3108

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Social Development

(1)Whether any invitation was issued by her (a) office and/or (b) department on or about 3 January 2017 for a Social Development Women Stakeholder Relations Workshop, to be held at the Southern Sun OR Tambo International Airport from 6 to 8 January 2017; if so, (a) to whom were the invitations sent and (b) what number of persons were invited; (2) did the workshop take place; if not, (a) when was it cancelled, (b) how were attendees notified and (c) why was it cancelled; if so, (i) what number of persons attended and (ii) what was the total cost of the workshop?

Reply:

The matter is currently under investigation and the Department will provide information once it is completed.

13 November 2017 - NW3166

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Mokause, Ms MO to ask the Minister in the Presidency

(1)What are the details including the ranks of service providers and/or contractors from which (a) his office and (b) the entities reporting to him procured services in the past five years; (2) what (a) service was provided by each service provider and/or contractor and (b) amount was each service provider and/or contractor paid; (3) (a) how many of these service providers are black-owned entities, (b) what contract was each of the black-owned service providers awarded and (c) how much was each black-owned service provider paid? Please see attached the spreadsheet for consolidated response

Reply:

The required information covers a significantly long period of time and a vast amount of data. In summary, the information pertaining to the National Development Agency (NYDA) is as follows:

For 2012/ 2013, the number of Suppliers used was 1 468 at an amount of R286 282 317.

For 2013 / 2014, the number of suppliers used was 1 378 at an amount of 251 286 357.

For 2014 / 2015, the number of suppliers used was 1077 at an amount of 123 400.000.

For 2015 / 2016 the number of suppliers used was 820 at an amount of 148 800.00

For 2016 / 2017 the number of suppliers used was 775 at an amount of 980 000.00

All the suppliers and the services provided are available on the National Treasury Central Supplier Database.

Department of Planning Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME)

The expenditure data provided below is from 1 April 2013 and still requires further verification due to its vastness. Information regarding B-BEEE level and % black ownership is based on the latest information available on the National Treasury Central Suppliers Database.

Service Provider

Type of service

Latest B-BBEE level

% Black ownership

Total Paid

3G Relocations and Transport

Office relocation

6

0%

657 097.69

A and L Solutions

Corporate Gifts ,Branding

1

100%

48 586.80

A Taste of Parsley Trading and Projects

Catering , events

Not on CSD

 

68 235.00

A3 Rubber Stamps

Office stationery

0

0%

1 710.00

AA Electrical

Building Maintenance

Not on CSD

 

477 193.29

Abram Printing Services Trading Enterprises CC

Printing and reproduction services, office stationery

3

100%

4 816.50

Academy For Facilities Management

Training and Development

4

0%

33 800.00

Academy of Business and Computer Studies

Training and Development

1

100%

6 830.00

African Diversity Trading and Projects

Procurement of Uniform , Corporate Gifts

1

100%

128 014.05

African Online Scientific Information Systems

Books and magazines

Not on CSD

 

15 394.43

Afro Glam Interiors cc

Printing

Not on CSD

100%

140 979.41

A-Ile Matshwenyeho Trading Enterprise (PTY) Ltd

Cleaning supplies , Office equipment ,Cleaning services

1

100%

35 660.00

Alexander Forbes Health (PTY) LTD

Insurance

2

40%

119 293.83

Alexander Forbes Insurance Company Pty Ltd

Insurance

2

40%

370 629.69

Alison Maeve Bullen

M&E Capacity Building

Not on CSD

0%

120 600.00

Altech Netstar Pty Ltd

Security Services

2

33%

35 721.90

Altron TMT (Bytes People)

Computer software , hardware

4

54%

138 613.71

Altron TMT (Bytes Systems Intergration)

Computer hardware , networks ,software

4

54%

395 340.38

Altron TMT (Bytes Systems)

Computer hardware/software,services

4

54%

6 805 466.08

Altron TMT SA Group

Computer hardware,software,services

4

54%

79 460.70

Alusani skills & Training Networks cc

Coaching and Leadership Training

3

0%

45 588.60

Anhongeni KT

Cleaning supplies, Office stationery

Not on CSD

 

28 065.00

Anyatime

Catering

0

0%

4 450.00

Applied Imaging and Information Management PTY Ltd

Computer hardware , networks ,software

2

0%

73 329.92

Aptitude Consulting cc

Corporate Gifts,

Not on CSD

 

17 000.00

Aptronics

Computer hardware , Laptops

1

100%

295 763.08

Arkzo Projects

Cleaning supplies, Office stationery

1

100%

6 900.00

Astral Media Solutions cc

Audio visual equipment , Videography, photography and video editing services

4

0%

278 793.84

Austen Services cc

Locksmith services

4

25%

29 409.72

AVL Supplies

Office stationary

Not on CSD

 

181 626.00

Awee en Ree Events (Pty) Ltd

Catering , events

1

100%

345 776.00

Awela Promotions pty ltd

Printing and reproduction services , Promotional Materials

1

100%

390 538.00

AZ Trading cc

Office equipment

1

100%

183 479.30

Azani Caterers

Catering OLD, Kitchen / Catering equipment and Appliances

4

0%

5 802.60

Azra Rajab

Training and Development , Research

Not on CSD

 

100 000.00

B2B Traders

Corporate Gifts ,Office stationary

1

0%

63 270.00

Babetli Office Designs

Office Furniture & relocation of office furniture

Not on CSD

 

223 244.77

Babette Rabie

Peer Review, Training and Development

Not on CSD

 

10 000.00

Badisha Trading Projects

Procurement of toners , Computer hardware

Not on CSD

 

272 070.12

Bagale Bofelong (PTY) Ltd

Catering , events

2

51%

420 214.20

Bagale Printing Solution

Catering Panel: Gauteng, Cleaning equipment

1

100%

12 551.40

Bakomani Projects

Office Stationery, office furniture, office equipment

1

100%

1 500.00

Bakwena Ba Mogopa Trading enterprise cc

Printing and reproduction services, Corporate gifts

1

100%

1 651.44

Barloworld South Africa

Vehicles and related services

3

36%

78 864.34

Basadzi Personnel

Recruitment services

1

100%

929 855.62

Batsha IT Solutions

Office stationary , Attachmate Licenses Renewal

1

100%

133 311.38

Batter Boys Caterers

Catering / events

4

0%

1 803.48

BDCE

Training and Development

2

51%

161 139.00

Best Clothing and Gifts

Corporate Gifts ,Office stationary

4

0%

57 112.65

Bidvest Office (PTY) LTD (Konica Minolta)

Lease of copiers

3

54%

5 110 281.87

Bidvest Services

Space planning

2

54%

4 613.58

Big O Trading 787 cc

Cleaning supplies, Corporate Gifts

1

100%

7 980.00

Binuns Menlyn

Electrical appliances , Office equipment

5

0%

85 970.60

Bitanium Consulting (PTY) LTD

Data Management

Not on CSD

14%

447 338.28

Black X Trading

Promotional items , Corporate Gifts

1

100%

289 305.67

Blackcumin Pty Ltd

Conference ,Events management General

3

50%

77 093.70

Blackface Entertainment

Audio visual equipment, Conference / Events management General

1

100%

3 237.50

Blue Berry Stationers CC

Office stationary

1

100%

75 341.35

Boke Trading and Projects

Printing and reproduction services, Corporate Gifts

1

100%

18 053.29

Boleng Distributors

Computer consumables ,Toners

2

51%

98 230.00

Boohle M

Conference / Events management General, Protective Clothing and Uniforms

1

100%

5 500.00

Brain Wave Projects 2298 cc

Translations / Language editing

4

0%

59 238.68

Bridge Innovation In Learning Organisation

Workshop facilitation

4

95%

33 832.92

Bridging Executive Management

HR Organisational Design

4

0%

563 025.00

Bright Idea Projects 2089

Catering , events

Not on CSD

 

92 065.00

Brownwyn Kotzen

Research

Not on CSD

 

93 506.72

Bundu Lodge (Mpumalanga Nelspruit)

Catering OLD

5

0%

5 250.00

Business Connexion

Workshop facilitation , Training and Development

6

14%

223 937.55

Business Enterprise At University of PTA

Evaluation,research professional services

4

University

8 259 833.01

Bvuyiselo Consulting

ROF: Coaching and Leadership Training ,Development of MPAT toolkit

Not on CSD

 

1 463 560.00

Camblish Training Institute

Training and Development

3

60%

166 284.16

Camissa Institute Of Human Performance

M&E Capacity Building

1

100%

1 571 489.00

Canyon Office Automation cc

Cleaning supplies

1

100%

45 718.29

Capstan Trading 293

Computer consumables, Computer hardware

1

100%

9 830.45

Careways Wellness Pty Ltd

Employee Health and Wellness

7

25%

290 554.90

Caropam (Cape Town)

Office stationary ,Office equipment

1

100%

42 030.00

Casper Combrink electronics cc

Office security systems

2

0%

1 968 235.17

CE at UP Trust

Training: Report writing

Not on CSD

University

210 550.00

Cell C Service Provider

Telephone equipment

3

25%

401 102.05

Centre For Early Childhood Development

Evaluation, research professional services

Not on CSD

 

940 915.20

Century Office Equipment cc

Network / Software design

1

100%

57 578.88

Ceos Technologies

Computer software

2

0%

68 936.23

Chaks consulting and general supply

Electrical appliances, Computer consumables

1

100%

7 700.00

Change Patners Coaching

Evaluation and Research

2

51%

495 330.00

Che 2 ter Trading

Printing and reproduction services, Cleaning supplies

Not on CSD

 

19 309.00

Chemstrat Industrial

Cleaning supplies

Not on CSD

 

9 854.70

CHM Vuwani Computer Solutions

Computer software , Attachmate licence renewal

2

51%

189 978.43

Cinga Advertising

Publications layout and design, Layout and Printing

1

100%

811 974.12

City Locksmiths

Locksmith services

Not on CSD

 

1 938.00

Clarity Editorial

Catering , events

2

75%

615 440.00

CLC Technical and Advisory cc

Workshop facilitation , Peer Review

Not on CSD

 

78 876.00

Commerce Edge South Africa (PTY) LTD

Training and Development ,Conference

2

0%

39 691.67

Conference Consultancy South Africa

Conference / Events management General

4

0%

52 466.18

CopyKleer cc

Computer hardware

2

0%

719 130.44

Cornelis Johannes Roux

Computer consumables, Computer hardware

4

0%

16 400.00

Cornerstone Economic Research

Evaluation

4

25%

48 495.60

Corporate Worx Distributors

Corporate Gifts ,Office equipment

1

100%

48 007.14

Cranefield College (Pty) Ltd

Research , University / Technical College

3

0%

53 300.00

Creamer Media South Africa

Advertising (Recruitment and Tenders), Books and magazines

Not on CSD

0%

6 726.00

Creative Consulting and Development Works CC

Evaluation, research professional services

4

0%

1 235 952.67

Creda Communications

Printing of publications

2

24%

618 206.03

Crinet Systems

Workshop facilitation, Training and Development

1

100%

7 978.86

CTU Training solution

Training and Development

4

0%

203 240.61

Data World

Computer software

4

78%

594 669.60

Datacentrix Pty Ltd

Computer systems and training

1

0%

1 845 394.13

David Cooper

Peer Review

Not on CSD

0%

9 120.00

Decisioninc

Computer software, training

5

21%

712 500.00

Deloitte & Touche

Evaluation, research professional services

2

36%

7 411 454.63

Deloitte Consulting

Competency assessments ,PROF: Coaching and Leadership Training

2

30%

18 403 608.21

Denton Office Solution

Office furniture

Not on CSD

 

86 868.00

DEP Technologies

Computer hardware,software,services

3

40%

11 862 150.20

Development Action Group

Training and Development , Research

2

67%

100 000.00

DGR Distributors CC

Office equipment

1

100%

45 658.20

Dimakatso M Trading and Projects cc

Cleaning supplies, Corporate Gifts

1

100%

10 137.15

Dimension Data Pty Ltd

Computer hardware software,services

4

26%

2 744 223.34

Diners Club SA

Travel

2

31%

6 309.04

Dipolelo Catering Services

Catering / events

Not on CSD

 

6 413.00

Dlamini Weil Communications

Conference , Events management General

1

100%

616 038.33

DNA Economics

Coaching and Leadership Training ,PPSP: Evaluation

1

51%

20 385 271.75

Doorco cc (NOT ON CSD)

Supply and installation of kitchen counters

0

0%

75 240.00

Double Option Print and Studio

Conference / Events management General, Corporate Gifts

4

0%

21 380.25

Down South Catering

Catering , events

4

0%

1 114 172.70

Dwama Events Solutions (Lusiliski)

Catering OLD

1

100%

10 000.00

E sat tv ( Pty ) Ltd

Advertising (Recruitment and Tenders)

3

66%

182 400.01

Econometrix

Internet service provider

4

0%

67 032.00

Economic Policy And Research Institude

Economic Evaluation, M&E Capacity Building

Not on CSD

 

1 254 542.00

Edgetec Systems

Computer software, hardware

2

25%

460 113.12

Edwards & Buckley Systems ( Pty ) Ltd

Office equipment

4

0%

23 575.20

Eezy office Suppliers

Office stationary

Not on CSD

 

48 467.00

Electrim Control systems cc

Security and Facilities Services

4

0%

314 184.00

Emakhomkhosi Projects

Office stationary

1

100%

423 610.32

Emanti Management (PTY) LTD

Software , systems development

4

41%

1 907 173.82

Empilweni Food Specialists

Catering

1

100%

1 596.00

Employee Assistance Professionals Association of SA

Coaching and Leadership Training, Training and Development

1

100%

9 999.00

Enjo Consultants cc

Training and Development

4

0%

64 780.71

Enterprises University of Pretoria

Evaluation, research professional services

4

0%

625 455.60

Envirosm Pty Ltd

Posting and courier services, Printing and reproduction services

4

0%

13 677.80

EOH Mthombo Pty Ltd

Software , systems development

1

30%

641 543.44

Ergo Therapy Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Office furniture

2

50%

12 996.00

Erries Trading And Projects (Pty) Ltd

Office Stationery

1

100%

137 998.00

Esizwe Group

Office furniture

1

100%

823 973.76

ESRI South Africa

Computer software , services

3

26%

1 364 124.00

Ethels Creations

Catering , events

1

100%

115 904.55

Euginies Trading Projects

Protective Clothing and Uniforms, Office stationery

1

100%

6 551.74

Everest Leadership Training

Training in Project Management

4

0%

130 518.60

Execuflora Pty Ltd (Plant Rental)

Office equipment , Office Plants

Not on CSD

 

92 271.60

Exponant (Pty) Ltd

Coaching and Leadership Training , Space planning

2

25%

40 817.70

Ezevee Computer Solutions CC

Office stationery, office furniture,

1

100%

3 840.38

Eziko Restaurant Pty Ltd (Cape Town)

Catering

1

100%

9 875.00

Filebound Africa

Computer software , hardware

Not on CSD

 

79 925.40

Fintech

Office equipment

Not on CSD

 

11 520.00

Food and Beverage Management Exellence

Catering , events

1

100%

477 923.38

Forefront Presentation Media

Audio visual equipment , graphic walls and accessories

2

60%

342 240.00

Forever Traders Pty ltd

Conference / Events management General,

1

100%

15 538.00

Foundation for Professional Development

Conference , Events management General, Training and Development

8

0%

840 158.83

Fox IT Services Management South Africa( pty) ltd

Computer training

Not on CSD

 

37 728.30

Gabatswane catering and projects

Catering OLD, Cleaning services

1

100%

20 127.00

Galeb Trading and Projects

Office stationery, Cleaning services

4

100%

4 048.13

Gandlati Strategic Equity pty ltd

Evaluation, research professional services

1

100%

750 220.00

Gaoemelwe Enterprise

Office furniture

1

100%

11 300.00

Gartner South Africa

Conference / Events management General

4

0%

55 892.99

Gauteng Manufacturing and Trading Pty Ltd

Office furniture

Not on CSD

 

442 486.30

Gauteng Provincial Government ( G Fleet )

Lease of vehicles

N/A

Government

1 480 237.02

Genesis Analytics

Evaluation, research professional services

4

0%

11 388 623.78

Germiston Minuteman Press

Printing and reproduction services, Publications layout and design

4

0%

13 508.23

GetEducated Pty LTD

University / Technical College

Not on CSD

 

14 900.00

Gijima Holdings

Competency assessments

Not on CSD

 

213 333.90

GlasFit Johannesburg

Vehicles and related services

Not on CSD

 

11 939.10

Glass Frosting

Building Maintenance , Blinds

4

0%

82 775.40

Global Television and Communication Services

Audio visual equipment, electrical appliances

4

0%

27 918.74

Gloobi Group (Cape Town)

Office stationery

2

51%

9 975.00

Government Printing Works

Printing of publications

Not on CSD

Government

412 361.69

Government Technical Assistance Centre

Workshop facilitation, Coaching and Leadership Training

N/A

Government

17 361 233.71

Gunnebo South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Locksmith services

2

25%

3 705.00

Hasler Business Systems

Office equipment , Repairs

Not on CSD

 

41 322.15

Health Care Cleaning And Catering Services

Catering , events

1

100%

42 544.00

Health Systems Trust

Publications layout and design

Not on CSD

 

150 000.00

Hlakantsha Trading Enterprise

Cleaning supplies , Office equipment

Not on CSD

 

166 811.80

Human Communications

Recruitment services

1

51%

1 582 119.19

Human Sciences Research Council

Evaluation, research professional services

3

0%

2 517 574.46

Hybrid Comms

Events management: Ministry

Not on CSD

 

99 075.00

ICAS SA

Medical incapacity leave

2

24%

557 640.77

Ice Breaker General Trading (Pty) Ltd

Catering , events

1

100%

55 225.00

Icon Business Furnitures cc

Office furniture

1

100%

2 620 660.86

IHS Information and Insight (Pty) Ltd

M&E Capacity Building , Workshop facilitation

7

0%

382 800.60

Ikando cc

Audio visual equipment, Computer hardware

1

66%

20 600.71

Ilios Conference

Conference ,Workshops

1

100%

853 150.00

Impact Research International PTY LTD

Impact and Implementation Evaluation

3

100%

159 805.20

Imsimbi Training

Training: Report writing

2

31%

204 341.01

Infinite Solution Distributors (Pty) Ltd

Office stationary

3

100%

178 476.55

Infoguardian Pty Ltd

Renewal for anti-virus , Computer software

2

100%

303 331.20

Ingenious Peoples Knoledge Consultants CC

Coaching and Leadership Training

Not on CSD

 

165 140.00

Institute for Perfomance Management

Conference , Events management General ,Catering , events

4

0%

402 898.00

Integral Networking

Computer equipment , services

2

61%

1 363 133.99

Integrated Education Group

Training and Development, Computer training

2

51%

23 858.00

Internet Solutions

Internet hosting services

2

26%

7 096 624.88

Isandla Institute

Research , University , Technical College

4

0%

110 000.00

Isolve Business Solutions

Software , systems development

1

50%

4 275 787.87

IT Executive Events (PTY) Ltd

Conference , Events management General

3

0%

85 002.41

Itgility

Computer software

2

56%

137 558.66

Itsepiseng projects and Construction

Building renovation

1

100%

4 511 547.32

Janine Smit Editorial Services cc

Report writer , Publications layout and design

4

0%

185 820.00

Jaume Electronic Support And Consultation

Laptop bags

4

0%

20 930.40

Jerome Kaplan

Research

Not on CSD

 

50 000.00

Jet Education Services

Evaluation, research professional services

2

76%

10 529 226.00

JN Manape Catering t/a K4K Trading (Limpopo)

Catering , events

1

100%

98 000.00

Joanna Daniela Glanville (INACTIVE/NO CSD)

Research

Not on CSD

 

87 703.44

JP Executive Communications

Training and Development, competency assessment

4

0%

10 258.86

Julia Kate Letang

Research

Not on CSD

 

50 000.00

Kaqala Media

Advertising (Recruitment and Tenders)

Not on CSD

 

603 400.01

Karen Deirdre Harrison

Research , exposure to Human settlements and Housing Environment

4

0%

286 440.00

Kaytie Identity Promotionals

Protective Clothing and Uniforms

1

100%

604 863.39

Keabetswe Mkhwebane Trading and Projects (PTY) Ltd

Office Stationery ,Office equipment

Not on CSD

 

36 024.83

Keiten Business Enterprise (Tzaneen)

Catering , events

1

100%

57 800.00

Ketsamaile General Service

Books and magazines, Cleaning supplies

Not on CSD

 

14 491.50

Kgatisi Trading CC

Corporate Gifts, Office furniture

1

100%

11 097.90

Khaozen Construction and Project cc

Catering , events

1

100%

338 001.00

Khorako Multimedia cc

Cartridge for Franking Machine

1

100%

65 407.10

Khulisa Management Services

Evaluation, research professional services

8

10%

1 709 301.25

Kone Staffing Solutions

Recruitment services

1

100%

870 057.15

Kowane Logistics Solution

Books and magazines, Office equipment

Not on CSD

 

6 035.00

KPG Agencies cc

Computer hardware, Corporate Gifts, Computer consumables

1

100%

2 958.95

KPMG Incorporated

Internal Audit services, Research

2

25%

4 124 203.97

Kungawu Ithandile Trading (Pty) Ltd

Catering , events

1

100%

54 125.00

Kuyasa Printers (PTY) Ltd

Printing and reproduction services

1

100%

11 406.00

Kwanda Promotions

Books and magazines, Corporate gift

1

100%

6 381.50

Labournet Learning & Development Solutions Pty Ltd

Training and Development, Computer training

1

0%

5 073.00

Lattitude Graphic Design cc

Office Stationery ,Office equipment

Not on CSD

 

36 000.01

Lean Institute Africa

Evaluation, research professional services

2

71%

495 463.00

Learnfast Training solution

Computer training

3

0%

23 756.17

Lebone Litho Printers

Printing of publications

2

100%

412 625.76

Leishan IT Consultancy

Computer software

1

100%

110 745.30

Lemark Training And Development

Training and Development

2

51%

51 210.00

Leposha Trading Enterprise

Office stationery, cleaning equipment

1

100%

10 329.00

LexisNexis Risk Management

Competency assessments

2

18%

41 047.28

Ligugulwethu Traders (Gugulethu)

Catering , events

1

100%

57 825.00

Liletho Consultancy

Computer hardware, Computer consumables

Not on CSD

 

13 441.74

Lisikwa Trading (Eshowe Kwa Zulu Natal)

Catering OLD

1

100%

9 450.00

Lohmeier Wyley Associates CC

Coaching and Leadership Training

4

0%

98 883.65

Lwati V Trading

Office stationery, Catering

1

100%

4 209.45

M & E Caterers

Catering , events

1

100%

481 813.50

Mabengu Construction And Projects

Projects

Kitchen / Catering equipment and Appliances

4

25%

45 738.00

Maccauvlei Learning Academy

Competency assessments, Training and Development

1

49%

26 190.36

Maforah, NF

Peer Review

Not on CSD

 

5 000.00

Maletsatsi Home

Office furniture, office stationery

1

100%

6 669.00

Mammas Home Cooked Meals (Durban)

Catering , events

4

0%

58 026.00

Maribelo Trading and Projects

Catering , events

1

100%

76 317.30

Masana Hygiene Service

Cleaning services

2

100%

2 598 211.31

Matshepo Recruitment and Trading Agency

Advertising (Recruitment and Tenders), Catering OLD

1

100%

7 410.00

Matt Electronics Audiovisual Service Center (Cape Town)

Electrical appliances, Audio visual equipment

1

100%

10 258.86

Maunyatlala Shakwana (Dennilton)

Catering , events

1

100%

43 420.00

Mcintosh Xaba & Associates

Evaluation, research professional services

1

100%

4 923 014.72

McKinsey Incorporated South Africa

Professional Service Operation Phakisa

0

0%

10 300 000.00

ME Rakabe

Peer Review

Not on CSD

 

8 000.00

Mega-Ethnic Supplies Pty Ltd

Office equipment, Emergency Evacuation.

1

100%

560 092.90

Metrofile (PTY) LTD

Computer software ,Storage for Backup Tapes

4

0%

65 903.60

Metropolitan Health Risk Management

Employee Health and Wellness

2

33%

3 287.76

Microsoft Ireland Operations Ltd

Computer software

2

0%

186 669.31

Milk Brown Design and Communication CC

Publications layout and design

1

100%

66 583.98

Mkhize Vezi Projects Pty Ltd

Conference , Events management

1

100%

1 573 732.95

Mo Nneteng Trading & Services

Office stationary , Casual workers

1

100%

162 000.00

Mobile Telephone Network

Mobile communications

4

35%

3 044 741.82

Morvest Professional Services

Network , Software design

1

100%

444 600.00

Morwakgwathe Investment Group (Dennilton)

Catering , events

1

100%

72 344.40

Motiv 8 Systems Pty Ltd

Computer consumables, Software, hardware

1

100%

636 297.84

Motlhaudi's Catering (Limpopo,Modimolle)

Catering , events

1

100%

113 200.00

Motswako Office Solution

Office stationary

1

30%

384 304.50

Mtegha, Dr Hudson

Peer Review

Not on CSD

 

7 000.00

Mukundi Sadiki Trading

Audio visual equipment, Conference / Events management General

1

100%

3 240.00

Multichoice

Subscription

2

50%

17 554.91

Mvula Computer Networks

Office stationary , Computer consumables

1

100%

171 972.42

Nads Distrubutors CC

Cleaning supplies, Corporate Gifts

1

100%

11 559.60

Nambiti Technologies PTY LTD

Computer software , hardware

2

100%

84 697.86

National School of Government

Training

Not on CSD

Government

551 843.23

Ndalo Media Pty Ltd

Books and magazines, Publications layout and design

Not on CSD

 

69 768.00

Neo Technologies

Computer consumables , software , hardware

1

34%

321 056.83

Neopeo Trading and Projects

Corporate Gifts, catering, printing and reproduction

1

100%

5 900.00

Newtech Office Solutions

Office stationery, Office furniture

1

100%

21 620.10

Nexus Forensic Services

Internal Audit , Forensic Services

2

51%

105 447.78

Ngatana Catering (Parys)



NGATANA CATERING

Catering , events

Not on CSD

 

88 450.00

Ngomso Research Writing and Editing Service CC

Translations / Language editing ,Recording

4

0%

41 125.00

Ngwane Stationary Service

Office stationery, Office furniture

Not on CSD

 

28 638.26

Ngwane Subscriptions & Books

Newspapers , Magazines

1

50%

760 166.23

Nissan (South africa)

Office vehicles

8

0%

586 746.64

Nkosenhle Sound System

Audio visual equipment , Recording

1

60%

79 730.20

Nonjabulo Felicity Zondi

Training and Development , Research

Not on CSD

 

103 764.00

Northern cape provincial Government

Training and Development

Not on CSD

Government

6 550.00

North-West University

Evaluation, research professional services

8

0%

792 000.00

Nosa (Pty) Ltd

Training and Development

Not on CSD

 

37 709.99

NT Online Shopping

Computer software ,Computer consumables, Network / Software design

Not on CSD

 

31 458.30

Ntsako Industries

Printing and reproduction services ,Promotion Material

1

100%

45 528.18

Nu Gili Legacy

Catering OLD

1

100%

5 900.00

Nwa'Nkumi Development Projects

Catering , events

1

100%

52 959.90

Objects Group National

Corporate Gifts

4

0%

32 263.50

Olrac-SPS South Africa CC

Computer software , services

Not on CSD

0%

538 700.16

Open Space

Evaluation, research professional services

4

25%

5 927 908.30

Opola Trading Enterprise

Catering , events

1

100%

47 250.00

Optron (PTY) Ltd

Survey Equipment

5

25%

61 281.84

Oranje Drukkery (Edms) Bpk

Printing and reproduction services

2

0%

64 299.42

Oriel Blinds cc

Building Maintenance

Not on CSD

 

11 439.90

Outsource Group SA (OUTSOURCE DIGITAL)

Printing and reproduction services

Not on CSD

 

154 765.32

Outsource Telecoms

Printing and reproduction services , Telephone equipment

2

51%

352 085.03

Outsourced Insight CC

M&E Capacity Building

Not on CSD

 

82 080.00

Oxy Trading 617

Corporate Gifts

1

100%

77 602.08

Palmer Development Group Pty Ltd

Evaluation, research professional services

2

51%

9 497 502.48

Parliament Of the Republic Of South Africa

Catering OLD, Kitchen / Catering equipment and Appliances

Not on CSD

Government

8 183.00

Parliamentary Monitoring Association

Translations / Language editing

2

83%

9 500.00

Performant Designs cc

Cleaning supplies, posting and courier service

1

100%

6 200.00

Phakisaworld Fleet Solutions

Short-term vehicle rental

3

36%

2 252 698.98

Phidisang Health Solutions (NOT ON CSD)

Workshop facilitation

Not on CSD

 

125 600.00

Phineun Trading and Projects

Computer consumables ,Toners and Drums

1

100%

97 809.00

Pink Elephant South Africa IT Management Pty Ltd

Job evaluation and job descriptions, Training and Development

3

0%

30 016.20

PME Transcribing and Administration

Minutes / Scribe

4

0%

3 061.27

Podems Consulting

Evaluation, research professional services

Not on CSD

 

775 854.00

Poelano Printers cc

Printing of publications

1

100%

447 204.56

Polokwane Royal Luxury Accomodation and Conferencing

Catering / events

1

100%

5 180.00

Ponocia Trading and Projects

Catering , events

1

100%

431 290.00

Praysa Trade 1165

Computer consumables, Computer hardware

Not on CSD

27%

21 929.63

Prisca IT Technologies

Printing and reproduction services, Office stationery

Not on CSD

 

13 415.00

Pro-Active Public Services College

Workshop facilitation , Training and Development

2

51%

247 013.00

Procomp Computer Service

Training and Development

4

0%

144 096.00

Profounder Intelligence Management

Training and Development

Not on CSD

 

37 616.58

Project Preparation Trust

Workshop facilitation , Training and Development

4

63%

1 285 096.36

Public Affairs Research Institute

University / Technical College , Research

Not on CSD

 

70 000.00

Puremaggz Holdings (PTY) LTD

Personnel recruitment and response handling, Office stationery

Not on CSD

 

4 878.69

Pyro Fire Training cc

Protective Clothing and Uniforms, training and development

Not on CSD

 

21 931.05

Qaia business enterprise (Lusikiski)

Catering

4

0%

23 500.00

Quality Caterers (Biltmox 12)

Catering , events

3

100%

485 454.00

Quantec Research Pt Ltd

Computer software , hardware

3

0%

80 999.28

Queenela Investments

Cleaning supplies , Office equipment

1

100%

89 600.00

Quest Research Service

Evaluation, research professional services

1

100%

541 591.00

R Kalidass and Associates

Internal Audit services

1

100%

849 172.50

R.A.Govender

Coaching and Leadership Training, Peer Review

Not on CSD

0%

10 000.00

Raite Security Services and Consulting

Office security services

1

100%

1 058 296.98

Ramder Production

Office stationary , Office equipment

1

100%

80 000.00

Rasebote Trading

Cleaning supplies, Corporate Gifts

1

100%

17 000.00

Rayetsa Projects

Workshop facilitation

1

100%

15 000.00

Rebelgroup Advisory Southern Africa Pty Ltd

Evaluation, research professional services

4

0%

4 247 476.00

Redrow Chairs cc

Office furniture

1

100%

150 252.00

Regenesys Management

Evaluation

Not on CSD

 

130 550.00

Reneiloe Design Print Pty Ltd

Publications layout and design

1

75%

238 933.00

Rentokil Initial

Office furniture, Cleaning services

4

25%

19 397.10

Resolve Solution Partners Pty Ltd

Software , systems development

3

28%

1 208 119.02

Rich Boy Trading and Projects CC

Conference / Events management General, Furniture / Office removal

1

100%

12 715.00

Ritrovo Ristorante

Catering / events

Not on CSD

 

9 761.00

SACOB Education and Training Pty Ltd

University / Technical College

4

0%

16 146.00

Sakkies Blinders bk

Building Maintenance , Supply and installation of blinds

3

0%

155 651.42

Samuel Suttner (NOT ON CSD)

Peer Review

Not on CSD

 

10 232.00

SAQA ( South African Qualifications Authority )

Verification of Qualifications

Not on CSD

Government

94 882.00

Savanna Skills and Consulting cc

Conference ,catering

Not on CSD

 

30 370.00

Sbozizi Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

Catering / events

1

100%

4 000.00

Sediba Projects Management cc

Catering OLD, Cleaning supplies

Not on CSD

 

13 691.40

Sekela Consulting

Office stationary ,Toners

Not on CSD

 

48 572.32

Selibo Trading and projects

Corporate Gifts, Cleaning equipment

1

100%

8 496.00

Sensory Solutions

Office equipment

6

0%

3 400.00

Seriti Institute

Evaluation, research professional services

2

0%

6 555 816.51

Seriti Printing Digital cc

Printing of publications

2

0%

435 031.98

Servest (Catering)

Catering , events

2

100%

118 934.00

Shaneal Distributors

Office stationary ,printing

1

100%

681 273.14

Sheleketi

Office stationary ,Drum

Not on CSD

 

46 835.00

Shep 40 (Eastern Cape)

Catering , events

1

100%

59 900.00

Shereno Printers CC

Printing of publications

1

100%

1 638 482.16

Shiks Trading and Projects

Office stationary

1

100%

77 800.00

Shine the way1001 cc (Mthatha)

Catering OLD

1

100%

15 510.00

Shisaka Development Management Services

Development work

4

0%

498 787.61

Singizi Consulting CC

Evaluation, research professional services

Not on CSD

 

1 038 098.27

Siraha Group

Office stationery, Office equipment

1

100%

10 090.00

SITA

Network , Software design ,Network , Software design

N/A

Government

77 162 414.22

Siyanqoba Seminars Pty Ltd

Training and Development, Workshop facilitation

2

48%

10 248.60

Siyavana Catering and Trading Enterprise

Catering , events

1

100%

79 650.00

Sizwe Africa IT Group PTY LTD

Computer equipment , services

2

37%

730 838.68

Sizwentsalubagobodo

Audit

1

82%

127 314.06

Skynet Worldwide Express

Couriers

Not on CSD

 

511 304.78

South African institute of distance education

Workshop facilitation, Peer Review, M&E Capacity Building, Evaluation

3

0%

635 120.00

South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association (SAMEA)

Conference

Not on CSD

 

255 429.00

South African National Biodiversity Institute

Workshop facilitation, Training and Development

7

0%

19 600.00

South African Youth Investments CC

Training and Development

1

100%

11 475.00

Stellar Events (Cape Town)

Catering, Corporate gifts, Conference/Events management

1

100%

1 675.00

String Communication CC

Evaluation, research professional services

4

0%

2 595 954.78

Sun Media Stellenbosch

Books and magazines

4

0%

50 710.23

Symo storage PYT LTD

Office equipment

Not on CSD

 

152 348.89

Tafelberg Furniture Stores

Office furniture

7

0%

14 898.00

Tapela, TN

Coaching and Leadership Training

Not on CSD

 

6 000.00

Telkom SA Ltd

Communications

3

11%

4 673 586.18

Tent it Easy and Projects (PTY) LTD

Conference / Events management General, Corporate Gifts

1

100%

21 010.00

Thabile Print

Printing and reproduction services, Computer software

1

100%

6 498.00

Thabs KMJ Investment

Conference / Events management General, Catering

1

100%

2 736.00

Thalia Sharon Cotter Anderson

Translation/Language Editing

0

0%

1 434.80

Thathuso Projects

Newspapers , Magazines

1

100%

565 475.34

The South African Institute of Race Relations

Coaching and Leadership Training , Coaching and Leadership Training

Not on CSD

0%

245 100.00

The Institute of Internal Auditors South Africa

Training: Risk Based Auditing Training , Coaching and Leadership Training

4

0%

314 390.89

The Laser Transport Group

Transportation of goods

5

0%

36 885.87

The Mineral Water Man

Water coolers

Not on CSD

0%

28 587.72

The Secura Systems Security Pty Ltd

Locksmith services, Security Services

Not on CSD

 

13 759.80

The Standard Bank of South Africa

Fleet services

2

17%

1 193 969.67

The Voice Clinic

Workshop facilitation, Coaching and Leadership Training

2

30%

17 553.72

Thembani Mkhize

Research

Not on CSD

 

172 150.00

Theo Sefelo Trading (NOT ON CSD)

Corporate Gifts, Office stationery

Not on CSD

 

5 723.40

Thunder Valley Trading 9

Catering , events

1

100%

49 777.24

Tibane Group (PTY) Ltd

Coaching and Leadership Training ,Facilitation Leadership and mentoring

Not on CSD

 

50 000.00

Tidy Files (SA)

Office stationary

4

55%

119 823.48

Tlhobaboroko General Trading

Cleaning supplies, Office equipment, Computer consumables

1

100%

2 900.00

Torque Technical Computer Training Pty Ltd

Computer training

1

82%

62 636.02

Tourvest Financial Services (American Express)

Forex

4

70%

452 744.14

Tourvest Holdings

Travel agency services

2

70%

19 553 406.21

Toyota South africa motors

Purchasing of Vehicles

8

0%

204 059.28

Trade Glo International CC

Audio visual equipment ,Recording

4

0%

53 187.84

Tranic Trading (PTY) Ltd

Cleaning supplies , Office equipment

1

100%

44 010.00

Travel with Flair

Travel agency services

1

58%

101 874 306.98

Tsakisi Supplies

Training and Development

1

100%

72 868.80

Tsebo Solutions Group Pty Ltd

Catering , events

1

54%

66 495.21

Tsepang Cecilia Leuta

Training and Development , Research

Not on CSD

 

99 958.20

Tshipembe Mzanzi Projects

Cleaning services , carpet

1

100%

350 527.20

TTT On The Move Courier and Projects

Catering OLD, Corporate Gifts

1

100%

5 959.80

Tukies B and B and Catering

Catering , events

1

100%

47 000.00

Turners Conferences And Conventions

Conventions

Conferences

Not on CSD

 

42 500.00

Typo Printing

Printing and reproduction services, Publications layout and design

2

0%

3 415.44

Ubuntu Technology

Computer software , services

2

52%

2 951 083.22

Ulwazi Protection Service

Office security services

Not on CSD

 

1 233 923.92

Unathi and Owethu Trading

Publications layout and design

1

100%

160 500.00

Unforseen Trading & Projects=

Office stationery

Not on CSD

 

5 443.75

Unisa

Renting of venues

0

University

1 418 910.50

University of Fort Hare

Evaluation, research professional services

0

University

1 745 192.28

University of Cape Town

Evaluation, research professional services

0

University

130 725 831.78

University of Freestate

Coaching and Leadership Training , Research

6

University

186 142.00

University of Johannesburg

Evaluation

Not on CSD

University

99 750.00

University of Kwazulu-Natal

Research

8

University

3 500 056.50

University of Pretoria

Evaluation, research professional services

3

University

5 295 528.39

University of Stellenbosch

Evaluation, research professional services

8

University

1 354 497.85

University of Western Cape

Evaluation, research professional services

2

University

2 266 855.09

University of Witwatersrand (General)

Evaluation, research professional services

8

University

9 663 808.81

Unleash Potential Human Resource

M&E Capacity Building

Not on CSD

 

455 400.00

Us-Pects Trading Enterprise

Office stationary ,Corporate Gifts

1

100%

35 250.00

V.V Cornell

Equipment

Not on CSD

 

60 000.00

Vantek Technology

Office stationary ,printing

1

100%

203 917.50

Vibe Catering (Temla 95)

Catering , events

Not on CSD

 

110 586.47

Viking Meubelvervoer Removals

Transporting , Transporting of cars

4

0%

93 284.00

Vita Brevis Language Pty Ltd

Translations / Language editing

4

0%

32 516.90

Vodacom

Communications

4

19%

786 316.66

Volkswagen Of South Africa

Office vehicles

8

0%

971 432.76

Vox Telecommunications pty ltd

Computer hardware, software, services

3

52%

3 025 561.43

Vukani Technologies

Computer hardware , networks ,software

1

100%

45 429.52

Vuma Office Supplies

Office stationary

1

100%

376 417.92

Wandie's Tavern Place

Catering , events

Not on CSD

 

445 984.29

Waterless Carpet cleaning

Cleaning services , carpet

4

0%

97 189.20

Wino Supplies

Office Stationery ,Office furniture

2

51%

35 617.31

Wits (Johannesburg Centre for Software Engineering)

Training and Development

8

University

119 999.99

Wits Commercial Enterprise PTY LTD

Evaluation, research professional services

8

University

583 499.52

Wits Health Consortium Pty Ltd

Evaluation, research professional services

6

University

904 945.00

Wolpe Strategic Economic Consulting

Evaluation, research professional services

4

0%

2 352 494.01

Woman Era Transportation

Catering , events

1

100%

260 985.50

Wongalam Trading (pty) ltd (Catering Eastern Cape)

Catering , events

1

100%

70 750.00

Work Dynamics

HR Competency Assessment

2

51%

226 374.00

Worldwide information pty ltd

Books and magazines

7

10%

1 466 265.54

WYG Advisory Service

Workshop facilitation , Training and Development

Not on CSD

 

185 090.40

Xeketse Office Suppliers and Projects

Corporate Gifts, Office stationery

1

100%

16 123.20

Xon Systems PTY LTD

Computer hardware

2

36%

855 789.54

Yes Media CC

Advertising , Printing and reproduction services

4

0%

82 125.60

Yulu Media Sound and Entertainment

Supply and installation of signage

Not on CSD

 

327 950.00

Zanusi Marketing Consultants Pty Ltd

Advertising (Recruitment and Tenders)

Not on CSD

 

163 590.00

ZT Makhosikazi trading

Catering , events

1

100%

41 950.00