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15 December 2017 - NW3869

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Alberts, Mr ADW to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

(a) On what date will his department begin with the judicial inquiry into the death of a certain person (name and details furnished), (b) what are the names of the (i) presiding officer and (ii) other members of the specified inquiry, (c) what are the intended time lines for the completion of the inquiry and (d) what steps will his department take following the completion of the inquiry?

Reply:

I have been informed by the Director of the Public Prosecution for the Western Cape as follows:

a) The statements, documents and information have been submitted to the inquest Magistrate by the Prosecutor in terms of Section 5(1) of the Inquests Act.

Therefore, no date is yet available for the inquest to be held as the inquest Magistrate is still perusing the documents.

b) The matter has not been allocated to a specific presiding officer, and any assessors that might be necessary have not yet been appointed.

c) The police investigation has been completed. However, it is unknown whether the presiding officer will have further queries regarding any evidence. Should the presiding officer raise further queries, they will be attended to as quickly as possible.

d) Once any further investigation that may be necessary has been completed, the presiding officer will determine whether a formal inquest must be held (i.e. one at which viva voce evidence will be heard in court) and whether assessors should be appointed.

15 December 2017 - NW3210

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

In light of the alleged corruption involving officials of a certain political party (name and details furnished), (a) what are the circumstances, systems and processes that are applied by the Msunduzi Local Municipality in identifying candidates for one-year meter-reading contracts, (b) on what legislative provisions did the specified municipality rely when it applied the systems and processes and (c) of those contractors that are awarded the meter-reading contracts, how many of them are functionaries of the specified political party?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. The Department has however, engaged the Provincial Departments responsible for Local Government to request the relevant information from municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is received.

15 December 2017 - NW3898

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Vos, Mr J to ask the Minister of Tourism

Since her appointment as Minister of Tourism on 31 March 2017, (a) what number of overseas trips has she taken, (b) what are the details of the programme of each visit and (c) what was the cost of each overseas trip?

Reply:

a) What number of overseas trips has she taken.

Trip to :

b) What are the details of the programme of each visit.

c) What was the cost of each overseas trip for the Minister.

Madrid, Spain

(9 – 15 May 2017)

  • 105TH UNWTO Executive Council Meeting

Total: R105 694,80

Chicago and Miami, USA

(10-16 July 2017)

  • Rainbow PUSH Coalition and Citizenship Education Fund 46th Annual International Convention Program and SAT Meetings, Chicago
  • SAT Trade Engagement, Miami

Total: R250 488,78

Kigali, Rwanda and Lilongwe, Malawi

(27 August – 1 September 2017)

  • 41st Annual World Tourism Conference, Kigali
  • Takulandirani Malawi International Tourism Expo and Signing of Memorandum of Understanding, Lilongwe

Total: R59 649,29

Chengdu, China and Beijing and Tokyo, Japan

(10-24 September 2017)

  • CAF, UNWTO Executive Council Meeting and UNWTO General Assembly, Chengdu
  • Tourism Expo (Ministerial Roundtable) and SAT Trade Engagements, Beijing and Tokoyo

Total: R106 780,29

New York and Las Vegas, USA

(8-14 October 2017)

  • SAT Engagements, New York
  • IMEX America, Las Vegas

Total: R271 471,29

London, UK

(4-8 November 2017)

  • World Travel Market, London

Total: R81 481,29

Gaborone, Botswana (15-17 November 2017)

  • Binational Commission Meeting (BNC)

Total: R6 645,29

15 December 2017 - NW2875

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Brauteseth, Mr TJ to ask the Minister of Basic Education

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)

 

Value

(aa)

Listed assets

(bb)

Unlisted Investment

   

(aaa)

Directly held

(bbb)

Indirectly held

(aaa)

Directly held

(bbb)

Indirectly held

 

R’000

R’000

R’000

R’000

R’000

a) Current assets

 

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Unauthorised expenditure

6 488

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Cash and cash equivalents

863 651

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Other Financial Assets

-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Prepayment and advances

497 761

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Receivables

 

61 867

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Loans

-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Aid Assistance prepayments

-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Aid assistance receivables

-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

(b) Non-Current assets

 

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Investments

-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Receivables

96 632

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Loans

-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Other Financial Assets

-

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

(b) Public Entities detailed breakdown of and valuation for current and non-current assets and investments:

SACE

Assets: Less than months <

(aa)

Listed assets

(bb)

Unlisted Investment

 

(aaa)

Directly held

(bbb)

Indirectly held

(aaa)

Directly held

(bbb)

Indirectly held

Assets/Investment

R’000

R’000

R’000

R’000

Buildings

0.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

Motor vehicles

0.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

Office equipment

84 602.99

N/A

N/A

N/A

IT equipment

72 870.90

N/A

N/A

N/A

Leasehold improvements

0.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

Intangible assets

20 736.23

N/A

N/A

N/A

Current assets

47 208 088

N/A

N/A

N/A

Assets: 3-6 months

       

Buildings

0.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

Motor vehicles

0.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

Office equipment

276 926.90

N/A

N/A

N/A

IT equipment

51 688.33

N/A

N/A

N/A

Leasehold improvements

0.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

Intangible assets

39 465.59

N/A

N/A

N/A

Current assets

24 210 996

N/A

N/A

N/A

Assets: 6-12 months

       

Buildings

61 110 936.74

N/A

N/A

N/A

Motor vehicles

0.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

Office equipment

851 192.17

N/A

N/A

N/A

IT equipment

76 444.51

N/A

N/A

N/A

Leasehold improvements

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Intangible assets

270 527.15

N/A

N/A

N/A

Current assets

25 095 798

N/A

N/A

N/A

Assets: 1 year and older

       

Buildings

0.00

N/A

N/A

N/A

Motor vehicles

138 000

N/A

N/A

N/A

Office equipment

3 078 392

N/A

N/A

N/A

IT equipment

3 857 437

N/A

N/A

N/A

Leasehold improvements

1 409 972

N/A

N/A

N/A

Intangible assets

5 524 281

N/A

N/A

N/A

Current assets

98 072 547

N/A

N/A

N/A

UMALUSI

 

Value

(aa)

Listed assets

(bb)

Unlisted Investment

   

(aaa)

Directly held

(bbb)

Indirectly held

(aaa)

Directly held

(bbb)

Indirectly held

 

R’000

R’000

R’000

R’000

R’000

b) Current assets

 

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Cash and cash equivalents

1 504

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Short-term deposit

70 835

N/A

N/A

70 835

 

Receivables from exchange transactions

 

4 379

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

(b) Non-Current assets

 

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Property, plant and equipment

43 344

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Operating lease assets

17

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Comment

  • The short term investment is available cash invested with the Corporation for Public Deposits (CPD). The CPD is governed by the Corporation for Public Deposits Act 46 of 1984. The CPD accepts all deposits from the public sector and invests the funds in short-term money-market instruments and special Treasury bills. All funds invested with the CPD, and the interest earned on these funds, are payable on demand.

15 December 2017 - NW3945

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Van Der Walt, Ms D to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

With reference to the advertising contracts at Bela-Bela Local Municipality in Limpopo (a) what is the name of (i) the current company and (ii) the previous company awarded the contract and (b) in each case (i) what are the contract duration dates, (ii)(aa) on what date and (bb) where was the contract advertised, (iii) what are all the relevant details of the process followed to award the specified contract, (iv) what is the total amount of the contract, (v) what amount has been paid to the company to date and (vi) who signed the contract on behalf of the municipality?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. The Department has however, engaged the Provincial Department responsible for Local Government to request the relevant information from municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is received.

15 December 2017 - NW3968

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Vos, Mr J to ask the Minister of Tourism

What (a) are the details of the marketing initiatives undertaken in 2017 to promote the Royal Khalanga Accommodation Lodge in Limpopo, (b) is the total cost of the specified marketing initiatives and (c) amounts have been budgeted to promote the lodge in (i) 2018 and (ii) 2019?

Reply:

The Department is not responsible for the operation of a project post-handover and therefore is not involved in the marketing initiatives post-handover. This question will need to be referred to the Project Owning Entity who is the Valoyi Traditional Authority Trust.

 

15 December 2017 - NW3807

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

(1)Whether any municipalities own mayoral residences; if so, in each case, (a) which municipalities own mayoral residences, (b) what is the value on the municipal valuation roll of each property, (c) what amount has been spent on each mayoral residence on renovations, refurbishments and remodeling in the past three financial years and (d) who currently occupies the specified properties; (2) whether any municipalities own any other residential properties that are occupied by municipal (a) councillors and/or (b) officials; if so, in each case, (i) which municipalities, (ii) what is the value of each specified property on the municipal valuation roll, (iii) what are the terms of the rental agreements entered into with the occupants and (iv) whether the occupants are up to date with the rent due on the properties?

Reply:

1. The requested information is not readily available and is being sourced from municipalities through provinces and will be provided later when received.

2. The requested information is not readily available and is being sourced from municipalities through provinces and will be provided later when received.

 

15 December 2017 - NW3992

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Boshoff, Ms SH to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)Whether, with reference to her reply to question 2511 on 5 October 2017, a report has been received from the investigator regarding the Krugersdorp High School; if not, by what date is it expected; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether the educator from the Prince Tokoto High School has been discharged from hospital; if not, what is the prognosis; if so, have the investigations commenced; (3) what charges have been preferred against the principal of the Mphaphuli High School; (4) what was the outcome of the hearings which were held on 21 and 22 September relating to the Manyano Primary School; (5) what is the nature of the developments in the criminal case against the alleged educator of the Parktown Boys High School?

Reply:

(1) The complaint was investigated by the South African Council of Educators (SACE) on 7 September 2017. The investigator, after conclusion of the case, recommended that no charges be levelled against the accused educator and furnished his reasons for the findings (Case 135/2017-GP).

(2) The educator in question was charged by SACE with 53 counts of applying corporal punishment on the learner. She has been placed on medication by her doctor, Dr Lugongolo for 6 months with effect from 08 August. This means that she may be fit for work in February 2018 and all that is known is that she has a mental condition. We tried contacting the school to ascertain her status, but the only number available keeps ringing unanswered and the landline number is no longer in service according to Telkom. The school is Prince Dokodoko High School (Case 119/2016-KZN).

(3) Without having to repeat the full reading of the charges, the Principal of Mphaphuli Secondary School was charged with three (3) charges:

  • The first one was for refusing to cooperate with a SACE investigator;
  • The second one was for refusing to grant the investigator access to the educators in the school; and
  • The third one was for refusing to grant the investigator access to the learners or complainants in the school.

The hearing was scheduled to take place on 10 November 2017, but was postponed as his representative was engaged in arbitration on the day in question. The hearing will proceed in February 2018 (Case 133/2017-LP).

(4) The disciplinary hearing was finalised on 20 November 2017 and the presiding officer promised to furnish his report by 09 December 2017 (Case number 476/2016-MP).

(5) We have been informed by the school that the matter was postponed in court until January 2018. The accused will appear again in 2018.

15 December 2017 - NW3615

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Xalisa, Mr Z R to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

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:

a) (i)(ii)(iii)

The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs does not own any land

b) (i)(ii)(iii)

The Department is still awaiting a response from entities reporting to me.

15 December 2017 - NW3987

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Cassim, Mr Y to ask the Minister of Public Works

What (a) was the total amount that was spent on security upgrades at each Ministerial residence in each year since 2009 and (b) are the details of the security upgrades that were carried out in each case?

Reply:

PRETORIA

     
       
       

Residence

Scope (b)

Cost of Security Installation (a)

1

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R 549,196.00

2

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R 740,661.00

3

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R 714,045.87

4

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R 858,044.40

5

New Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, repairs to beam detectors, repairs to security fence and intercom.

R 87,636.00

 

Installation of new Security Cameras and using recently installed/functioning cameras,Installation of new Alarm System, panic buttons, security fence and some repairs to existing intercom.

R 478,065.00

6

Installation of New Security Cameras,panic buttons , Alarm System, repairs to security fence and intercom.

R 131,864.00

7

Installation of new Security Cameras, panic buttons and using the functioning and simingly recently installed security cameras,New installation of Alarm System,security fence , repairs to the beam detectors, and intercom.

R 198,275.40

       

8

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R595 326.54

9

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R598 792.24

10

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R598 792.94

11

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R598 792.94

12

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R598 792.94

13

Installation of Security Cameras,Alarm System, beam detectors, security fence and intercom.

R598 792.94

Cape Town

RESIDENCE

Security Measures/ Upgrades

Works Description

1

R1,843,796

Construction of Guard hut, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

2

R2 017 778.46

Construction of Guard hut, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence, installation of palisade fencing.

3

R800,537

Installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

4

R1,577,403

Construction of Guard hut, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

5

R909 178.58

Construction of Guard hut, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

6

R740 296.26

Construction of Guard hut, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence, installation of palisade fencing.

7

R1 424 990.71

Construction of Guard hut, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

8

R1 577 163.93

Construction of Guard hut, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

9

R1 277 020.84

Construction of boundary wall, Installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence, construction of boundary wall.

10

R1,633,106

Installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence, boundary fence.

11

R2 314 295.09

Construction of Guard hut, construction of boundary wall, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

12

R2,079,495

Construction of Guard hut, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

13

R3,025,157

Construction of Guard hut, construction of boundary wall, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

14

R1 388 126.30

Construction of Guard hut, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

15

R1 677 185.52

Installation of palisade fencing, Installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence and construction of guard hut.

16

R1 927 147.29

Installation of palisade fencing, Installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

17

R1 774 199.82

Installation of palisade fencing, Installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

18

R1,083,913

Construction of Guard hut, construction of boundary wall, installation of palisade fence, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

19

R 3 830 050.66

Construction of Guard hut, construction of boundary wall, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

20

R 2 141 127.07

Construction of Guard hut, construction of boundary wall, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

21

R 3 420 177.74

Construction of Guard hut, construction of boundary wall, installation of cameras, monitors, alarm system, electric fence.

15 December 2017 - NW3487

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What steps has his department taken or intends to take with regard to serious allegations of sexual impropriety, grooming and abuse directed against a certain person (name and details furnished)?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. The Department has however, engaged the Provincial Departments responsible for Local Government to request the relevant information from municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is received.

15 December 2017 - NW1973

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Mokgalapa, Mr S to ask the MINISTER OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COOPERATION

Whether a certain senior official in her department (name furnished), has security clearance; if not, why (a) was her security clearance denied and (b) is she still acting Consul-General?

Reply:

a) The mandate for granting or denying security clearances falls within the mandate of State Security Agency (SSA). SSA grants or denies security clearances on the basis of reasons gathered from their own investigations.

b) She has never acted as Consul-General.

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15 December 2017 - NW3208

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether, with reference to the Moerane Commission of Inquiry regarding the political killings in KwaZulu-Natal, he will launch an investigation into the alleged corruption in the awarding of tenders presented as evidence by a certain official (name and details furnished) within the Harry Gwala District Municipality and surrounding local municipalities; if not, why not?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. The Department has however, engaged the Provincial Departments responsible for Local Government to request the relevant information from municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is received.

15 December 2017 - NW3178

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What are the details including the ranks of service providers and/or contractors from which (a) his department 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?

Reply:

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DoJ&CD) has provided a high-level response to the questions above. A list of all major contracts awarded to BEE level 1 to 3 is included for sake of interest. Due to the volume of procurement, a full list of procurement during this period is not provided.

The DoJ&CD utilised the following method and rationale in arriving at the statistical conclusions populated below:

(i) the data is based on contracts above R500k concluded with service providers using a SCM process; and

(ii) the BEE levels of service providers are, as at time of contract award as the level status may have been amended post the implementation of the new preferential procurement regulation of 2017.

Part (C) of the question cannot be addressed due to the fact that the regulations were only amended with effect from 1 April 2017 that allows for a different allocation and adjudication process that support specifically black-owned entities. For the previous years, the BEE levels addressed ownership as well as investment in redress activities.

An estimated total amount of R6.2 billion worth of contracts had been awarded by the DoJ&CD to various suppliers/service providers since 2006.

LEVEL OF BEE COMPLIANT

VALUE OF CONTRACT

ALLOCATION

Level 1

R1 575 408 516

25%

Level 2

R2 871 302 186

46%

Level 3

R348 324 932

6%

Level 5 and higher

R311 392 620

4%

Inter State (SITA and SAQA)

R1 191 321 106

19%

Grand Total

R6 297 749 360

 
  1. Approximately 77% of contracts measured by the value of initiatives/projects were awarded to the most BBBEE compliant service providers i.e. (Level 1 to 3).
  2. Approximately 19% of work was given to SITA and SAQA as part of the promotion of inter-governmental collaboration.
  3. Approximately 4% of initiatives/projects were awarded to less compliant service providers i.e. (Level 5 and higher).

CONTRACT NO.

DESCRIPTION

SERVICE PROVIDER

AWARDED AMOUNT

AMOUNT PAID

BEE LEVEL

SITA PROPOSAL

ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT MICROSOFT (NEW) & THE SUPPLEMENTARY MICROSOFT PREMIER SUPPORT

SITA (PTY) LTD

R 233 313 310.52

R 233 313 310.52

INTER STATE

SITA RFB 1221/2014

PROCUREMENT OF LAN EQUIPMENT (SWITCHES & RELATED COMPONENTS) FOR DOJ&CD

EOH MTHOMBO (PTY) LTD

R 23 530 241.39

R 19 717 274.12

INTER STATE

SITA SLA

MAINFRAME HOSTING SERVICES

SITA (PTY) LTD

R 55 397 733.77

R 47 499 951.80

INTER STATE

SITA SLA

VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORK SERVICES

SITA (PTY) LTD

R 315 961 346.30

R 271 645 217.66

INTER STATE

SITA SLA

APPLICATION MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT SERVICES

SITA (PTY) LTD

R 518 066 669.81

R 407 161 040.65

INTER STATE

SITA PROPOSAL

IJS TRANSVERSAL MICROSOFT RESOURCE ACQUISITION

SITA (PTY) LTD

R 2 778 602.80

R 1 216 112.10

INTER STATE

SITA PROPOSAL

ACQUISITION OF MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSES BASED ON THE SITA MICROSOFT

SITA (PTY) LTD

R 7 893 374.93

R 7 893 374.73

INTER STATE

SITA BA

 

TRILATERAL AGREEMENT BETWEEEN DOJ&CD, SITA & TELKOM FOR THE ROLL-BACK OF THE VPN

SITA (PTY) LTD

R 407 222 852.76

R 201 922 394.91

INTER STATE

 

APPOINTMENT OF SOUTH AFRICAN QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY TO CONDUCT VERIFICATION OF QUALIFICATIONS

SOUTH AFRICAN QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY (SAQA)

R 1 850 000.00

R 952 430.00

INTER STATE

RFB 2007 11B

OFF-SITE STORAGE - ADOPTION OF SOLUTIOS BLUE-PRINT & NATIONAL ROLL-OUT

MMELA INVESTMENT HOLDINGS

R 287 463 944.55

R 233 502 061.87

LEVEL 1

RFB 2008 15

SUPPLY INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE OF INTEGRATED SECURITY

GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS (SONDOLO IT (PTY) LTD)

R 373 709 412.00

R 163 141 579.21

LEVEL 1

RFB 2013 06B

APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE CAPACITATION OF PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICE FOR THE INTEGRATED JUSTICE SYSTEM (IJS): SITA CONTRACT RFB 570

MINDWORX CONSULTING (PTY)LTD

R 102 902 483.63

R 90 548 590.23

LEVEL 1

RFB 2014 02

PROVISION OF COURT RECORDING TECHNOLOGY (CRT) SOLUTION FOR THE DOJ&CD

DATACENTRIX (PTY) LTD

R 546 552 384.74

R 403 299 122.42

LEVEL 1

RFB 2014 05

SUPPLY, DELIVERY & INSTALLATION OF ISM OFFICE FURNITURE AT THE NATIONAL OFFICE IN PRETORIA

REDROW CHAIRS CC T/A REDROW OFFICE FURNITURE

R 1 554 063.74

R 1 447 309.61

LEVEL 1

RFB 2014 08

APPOINTMENT OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR COMPILATION, DRAWING & PRINTING OF MAPS ACCOMPANIED BY POINT TO POINT DESCRIPTIONS ARISING FROM THE RATIONALISATION OF MAGISTERIAL DISTRICTS & AREAS OF JJURISDICTION OF COURTS & THE IMPACT ON THE SHERIFFS SERVICE AREA

AS NOYANE & ASSOCIATES INC

R 3 816 492.00

R 2 812 794.09

LEVEL 1

RFB 2015 01

APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE PROVIDERS TO PROVIDE THE DOJ&CD WITH A COMPREHENSIVE CASH IN TRANSIT SECURITY SERVICE

FIDELITY CASH SOLUTIONS (PTY) LTD

R 75 811 211.81

R 41 100 029.29

LEVEL 1

RFB 2015 07

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE MANUFACTURE, SUPPLY & INSTALLATION OF BROWN HEAVY DUTY RETRACTABLE DUAL LOCKABLE SECURITY DOORS IN VARIOUS COURTS OF LIMPOPO REGION

BAKAKGA BA MAKUBELA MULTI PROJECTS

R 978 019.68

R -

LEVEL 1

RFB 2016 14

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE MANUFACTURE, SUPPLY, DELIVERY & INSTALLATION OF OPEN PLAN OFFICE FURNITURE FOR THE CFO BRANCH ACCOMODATION PROJECT FOR THE DOJ&CD AT NATIONAL OFFICE IN PRETORIA

ICON BUSINESS FURNITURE

R 2 991 127.44

R 2 632 962.24

LEVEL 1

RFB 2016 15

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE RENDERING OF GUARDING & SPECIALISED SERVICES AT THE DOJ&CD, OCJ & NPA

FIDELITY SECURITY SERVICES (PTY) LTD

R 646 872 877.67

R 122 941 342.41

LEVEL 1

RFB 2016 15

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE RENDERING OF GUARDING & SPECIALISED SERVICES AT THE DOJ&CD, OCJ & NPA

JACKLIFFY TRADING CC

R 355 863 080.93

R 73 111 828.60

LEVEL 1

RFB 2016 15

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE RENDERING OF GUARDING & SPECIALISED SERVICES AT THE DOJ&CD, OCJ & NPA

MCC SECURITY & PROJECTS

R 333 792 306.16

R 68 119 517.82

LEVEL 1

RFB 2016 15

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE RENDERING OF GUARDING & SPECIALISED SERVICES AT THE DOJ&CD, OCJ & NPA

TYEKS SECURITY SERVICES

R 30 391 400.00

R 6 525 287.20

LEVEL 1

RFB 2016 15

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE RENDERING OF GUARDING & SPECIALISED SERVICES AT THE DOJ&CD, OCJ & NPA

TSEDZA PROTECTIVE SERVICES

R 119 342 533.41

R 27 851 740.48

LEVEL 1

RFB 2016 16

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE MANUFACTURE, SUPPLY, DELIVERY & INSTALLATION OF OFFICE FURNITURE FOR THE MPUMALANGA HIGH COURT

ESIZWE TECHNOLOGY

R 9 085 460.64

R -

LEVEL 1

RFQ 001 2013

APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE ONCE OFF SUPPLY, DELIVERY & INSTALLATION OF SAN DATA STORAGE SOLUTION FOR DOJ&CD

DATACENTRIX (PTY) LTD

R 15 643 535.97

R 15 643 535.59

LEVEL 1

RFQ 008 2013

HARDWARE & RELATED SERVICES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF DISASTER RECOVERY FUNCTION

DATACENTRIX (PTY) LTD PRETORIA

R 50 256 570.93

R 46 360 311.24

LEVEL 1

RFQ 1892-783-2012

SUPPLY OF 405 WAN COMPRESSORS & THE MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT THEREOF

DATACENTRIX (PTY) LTD

R 54 325 281.45

R 54 177 267.94

LEVEL 1

RFQ 2014 02B

PROCUREMENT OF SERVERS & STORAGE HARDWARE INCLUDING SUPPORT & MAINTENANCE FOR A PERIOD OF 5 YEARS

DATACENTRIX (PTY) LTD

R 9 772 038.66

R 8 104 316.02

LEVEL 1

RFQ 2014 08

PROVISION OF SUPPORT & MAINTENANCE FOR THE ICMS SCANNERS (FUJITSU) FOR THE DOJ&CD

IMAGECARE TECHNICAL SERVICE (PTY) LTD

R 18 946 800.00

R 5 230 350.00

LEVEL 1

RFQ 2016 01

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE IJS TRANSVERSAL SKILLS RESOURCING SERVICES UNDER SITA RFB 1183/2014

TIPP FOCUS CONSULTING

R 196 992 000.00

R 44 356 659.00

LEVEL 1

RFQ 2016 03

SUPPLY & DELIVERY OF DESKTOP REFRESHMENT PROGRAMME

SIZWE BUSINESS NETWORKING (PTY) LTD

R 12 374 380.80

R 11 801 250.49

LEVEL 1

SITA RFQ PSM 02-783-2013

SUPPLY & START-UP OF 2 DATA CENTRE CALL SWITCHES

DATACENTRIX (PTY) LTD

R 5 087 619.03

R 4 078 801.44

LEVEL 1

SITA RFB 1137/2013

THE PROVISION, IMPLEMENTATION & MAINTENANCE OF A FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SOLUTION OVER A CONTRACT OF 6.5 YEARS TO ENABLE THE DOJ&CD TO MANAGE THE THIRD PARTY FUNDS (TPF)

PRICE WATERHOUSE COOPERS (PTY) LTD.

R 138 855 375.05

R 105 199 649.68

LEVEL 1

SITA RFB 1169/2013

 

 

APPOINMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER TO PROVIDE A DIGITAL SIGNATURE SOLUTION

ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT (PTY) LTD

R 28 929 848.60

R 25 182 613.88

LEVEL 1

 

RENEWAL OF COSIGN LICENSES MAINTENANCE VIA A SOLE SUPPLIER METHOD

ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT (PTY) LTD

R 6 405 596.04

R 3 202 798.02

LEVEL 1

 

PARTICIPATE IN SERVICE CONTRACT ACQUIRED BY GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

ERNST & YOUNG ADVISORY SERVICES

R 23 949 000.00

R 15 036 797.70

LEVEL 1

DPSA INITIATIVE

APPOINTMENT OF A PANEL OF ACCREDITED HEALTH RISK MANAGERS

ALEXANDER FORBES

R 14 695 460.00

R 11 900 039.75

LEVEL 2

SITA RFB 2014 1214

ACQUISITION OF PABX FOR PHASE 2 OF THE PABX PROJECT FOR THE DOJ&CD

ITEC TIYENDE (PTY) LTD

R 56 493 365.30

R 54 368 059.34

LEVEL 2

RFB 2006 1A

DIGITAL COURT RECORDING SOLUTIONS (DCRS)

DIMENSION DATA

R 507 361 966.33

R 507 019 506.77

LEVEL 2

RFB 2012 02

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE RENDERING OF EMPLOYEE HEALTH & WELLNESS SERVICES TO THE DOJ&CD

ICAS

R 10 030 039.80

R 9 689 559.92

LEVEL 2

RFB 2012 14

CASH IN TRANSIT SERVICES

FIDELITY CASH SOLUTIONS (PTY) LTD

R 34 210 089.60

R 27 426 487.00

LEVEL 2

RFB 2012 15

SECURITY GUARDING & SPECIAL PROTECTION SERVICES

BORN TO PROTECT SECURITY SERVICES

R 359 184 128.66

R 332 143 832.83

LEVEL 2

RFB 2012 15

SECURITY GUARDING & SPECIAL PROTECTION SERVICES

FIDELITY SECURITY SERVICES (PTY) LTD

R 589 814 130.74

R 574 613 375.01

LEVEL 2

RFB 2012 15

SECURITY GUARDING & SPECIAL PROTECTION SERVICES

LINDA SECURITY SERVICES

R 9 713 224.06

R 8 930 716.07

LEVEL 2

RFB 2012 15

SECURITY GUARDING & SPECIAL PROTECTION SERVICES

MABOTWANE SECURITY SERVICES

R 674 604 596.34

R 540 700 879.89

LEVEL 2

RFB 2015 02

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF OFFICE FURNITURE FOR THE HIGH COURT IN POLOKWANE

STYLE CRAFT OFFICE DESIGN

R 10 272 576.26

R 6 913 693.38

LEVEL 2

RFB 2016 15

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE RENDERING OF GUARDING & SPECIALISED SERVICES AT THE DOJ&CD, OCJ & NPA

MABOTWANE SECURITY SERVICES

R 183 796 418.10

R 41 930 955.19

LEVEL 2

RFB 920/2011

APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE PROVIDER FOR PROVISION OF ICT SUPPORT SERVICES

EOH MTHOMBO (PTY) LTD

R 313 749 847.82

R 313 677 871.10

LEVEL 2

RFQ 058/BA-783 2015

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE PROVISION OF NETWORK SWITCHES INCLUDING 5 YEARS MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT

EOH MTHOMBO (PTY) LTD

R 37 704 381.66

R 36 989 141.97

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2014 01

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER TO COLLECT STATISTICAL INFORMATION (FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2013 TO 31 AUGUST 2014) FOR THE REVIEW OF THE MINIMUM AGE OF CRIMINAL CAPACITY I.T.O SECTION 8 READ WITH SECTION 96 (4) OF THE CRIMMINAL JUSTICE ACT 75 OF 2008

MTHENTE RESEARCH & CONSULTING SERVICES

R 976 894.41

R 976 894.41

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2014 04

PROCUREMENT OF CRT SERVERS & STORAGE HARDWARE INCLUDING A 5 YEAR SUPPORT & MAINTENANCE SERVERS I.I.O SITA TRANSVERSAL CONTRACT

EOH MTHOMBO (PTY) LTD

R 10 037 316.35

R 9 905 186.51

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2014 06

SUPPLY & INSTALL 21000 TREND MICRO END POINTS SUITE, SUPPLY (ARM) LICENSES & INSTALL DEEP SECURITY SOLUTION WITH MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT FOR A PERIOD OF 2 YEARS

DIMENSION DATA

R 7 768 675.33

R 6 371 396.30

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2014 07

PROVISION OF K2 LICENSES MAINTENANCE SUPPORT & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TO THE DOJ&CD

NAMBITI TECHNOLOGIES

R 58 165 628.24

R 49 826 578.90

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2015 01

PROVISION OF ICT INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT & MAINTENANCE SERVICES TO THE DOJ&CD

EOH MTHOMBO (PTY) LTD

R 174 858 353.58

R 147 772 931.82

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2015 02

SUPPLY, DELIVERY & INSTALLATION OF 576 SITE SERVERS INCLUDING 5 YEARS MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT

EOH MTHOMBO (PTY) LTD

R 30 084 416.01

R 28 903 754.18

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2015 06

SUPPLY, DELIVERY & INSTALLATION OF SERVERS & STORAGE HARDWARE FOR DATA CENTRE OPTIMISATION PROGRAMME

EOH MTHOMBO (PTY) LTD

R 36 339 167.55

R 32 842 217.33

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2015 08

PROVISION OF IT SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE DOJ&CD

CHM VUWANI COMPUTER SOLUTIONS (PTY) LTD

R 29 814 434.16

R 20 202 272.72

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2015 09

RENEWAL, MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT OF CITRIX SOFTWARE LICENSES FOR THE DOJ&CD

EOH MTHOMBO (PTY) LTD

R 5 685 161.76

R 5 685 161.76

LEVEL 2

RFQ 2016 08

RENEWAL OF TREND LICENSES INCLUDING MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT

XON SYSTEMS (PTY) LTD

R 23 813 034.60

R 10 378 543.89

LEVEL 2

RFQ KM-120-SL-2012

APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE PROVIDER FOR PROVISION OF K2 LICENSES MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT TO THE DOJ&CD

INTERVATE SOLUTIONS (PTY) LTD

R 4 458 475.31

R 4 458 475.31

LEVEL 2

SITA RFQ PSM 01-783-2013

PROCUREMENT OF 293 SWITCHES FOR THE DOJ&CD

EOH MTHOMBO (PTY) LTD

R 9 144 595.18

R 9 144 595.18

LEVEL 2

SITA RFB 1138/2013

PROCUREMENT OF SOFTWARE APPLICATION TESTING SOLUTION ON BEHALF OF THE DOJ&CD

CORNERSTONE ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS (PTY) LTD

R 6 438 300.60

R 6 031 257.66

LEVEL 2

SITA RFB 1146/2013

THE PROVISION OF SERVICE DESK SOLUTION OPTIMISATION, MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT

GIJIMA HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD

R 24 619 354.41

R 21 186 917.37

LEVEL 2

SITA RFB 1170/2013

RENEWAL OF SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT FOR THE KOFAX SCANNING SOLUTION

T-SYSTEMS SA (PTY) LTD (INTERVATE)

R 16 954 205.40

R 16 920 606.65

LEVEL 2

SITA PROCESS

 

 

 

APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE PROVIDER FOR RENEWAL, MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT OF MERIDIO SOFTWARE LICENSES

INTERVATE SOLUTIONS (PTY) LTD

R 13 395 813.63

R 12 779 822.62

LEVEL 2

 

DIGITAL COURT RECORDS-DATA CONSOLIDATION

DIMENSION DATA

R 25 208 158.96

R 19 933 181.76

LEVEL 2

 

DATA CONSOLIDATION CONTRACT TO ENABLE THE RETRIEVAL OF HISTORIC DATA (SUB PROGRAMME)

DIMENSION DATA

R 2 589 256.00

R 1 094 630.95

LEVEL 2

 

APPOINTMENT OF HEALTH RISK MANAGEMENT (PTY) LTD TO ASSES THE STOCKPILE PILIR APPLICATIONS

METROPOLITAN HEALTH RISK (PTY) LTD

R 4 000 000.00

R 583 642.04

LEVEL 2

RFB 2011 07

SUPPLY OF A LOCAL AND OVERSEES ELECTRONIC & LOOSE PUBLICATIONS (B) TO SUPPLY LOCAL & OVERSEES JOURNALS & SERIALS © UPDATING SERVICES OF LOOSE LEAF PUBLICATIONS

JUTA

R 251 145 657.59

R 245 894 003.03

LEVEL 3

RFB 2012 14

CASH IN TRANSIT SERVICES

PROTEA COIN GROUP (PTY) LTD

R 52 496 556.58

R 31 101 605.50

LEVEL 3

RFB 2013 03

APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF THE DECISIONS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT & SUPREME COURT OF APPEAL

HUMAN SCIENCE RESEARCH COUNCIL J/V FORT HARE UNIVERSITY

R 10 324 841.00

R 10 324 840.67

LEVEL 3

RFB 2015 03

PROVISION OF AN AUDIO VISUAL REMAND SOLUTION FOR THE DOJ&CD

VOX TELECOMMUNICATIONS (PTY) LTD

R 16 608 965.86

R 13 717 865.22

LEVEL 3

RFB 2015 17

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF VIRTUAL LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS (LOCAL ONLINE, ELECTRONIC & PRINTED) FOR THE DOJ&CD & THE OCJ

JUTA & COMPANY

R 70 129 646.40

R 30 271 653.90

LEVEL 3

RFB 2016 02

 

APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF VIRTUAL LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS (FOREIGN ONLINE, SUBSCRIPTION TO PRINTED & LOOSE LEAF PUBLICATIONS ) FOR THE DOJ&CD & THE OCJ

JUTA & COMPANY (PTY) LTD

R18 550 000.00

R -

LEVEL 3

 

HOSTING & RELATED SERVICES FOR THE ICT DISATER RECOVERY IMPLEMENTATION & OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVES

TELKOM SA

R 41 295 682.07

R 17 014 964.10

LEVEL 3

Below is the information received from the entities reporting to the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services:

  1. Legal Aid South Africa

An estimated total of R983 million worth of contracts had been awarded by Legal Aid South Africa to various suppliers /service providers since 2013.

Details and ranks of service providers from which Legal Aid SA procured services in the past five years are as follows:

LEVEL OF BEE COMPLIANCE

VALUE OF CONTRACT

ALLOCATION

Level 1

R119 969 330.13

12.20%

Level 2

R163 970 657.36

16.68%

Level 3

R54 569 183.79

5.55%

Level 4 and higher

R99 631 717.61

10.13%

Judicare (external legal practitioners carrying out legal instructions on behalf of Legal Aid SA)

R545 020 608.00

55.44%

Grand Total

R983 161 496.89

100%

  1. Approximately 34.4% of contracts measured by the value of initiatives/projects were awarded to the most B-BBEE compliant service providers i.e. (Levels 1 to 3).
  2. Approximately 10.1% of initiatives/projects were awarded to less compliant service providers i.e. (Level 4 and higher).
  3. Approximately 55.44% of contracts were in respect of 64 948 legal instructions allocated to private legal practitioners since 2013. These allocations are made in terms of Chapter 8 of the Legal Aid Guide, where the BEE component is taken into account.
  1. (a) and (b) The table below indicates the services and amount paid to each service provider for goods and services received over the past five years:

Contract No.

Description

Service Provider

Amount Paid

BEE Level

07/2013

Provision of security services

Ulwazi Protection Services

R3 106 446.02

Level 1

13/2013

Installation of fingerprint biometrics system

Guard4Sure

R5 186 299.36

Level 1

06/2014

Rental of photocopier machines

Dalitso Business Equipment

R6 502 136.70

Level 1

14/2015

Motor vehicle tracking system

Ctrack Mzansi (Pty) Ltd

R2 167 607.04

Level 1

17/2015

Purchase of building: Middelburg Office

Maxims Construction cc

R5 814 000.00

Level 1

01/2016

Provision of security services

Lettie Top Security cc

R1 088 332.80

Level 1

05/2016

Provision of agency agreement: Jagersfontein; Luchoff and Fauresmith Courts

Molefi Thoabala Inc.

R296 943.72

Level 1

21/2016

National brand perception survey

Quest Research Services

R431 216.40

Level 1

18/2016

Cleaning and hygiene services: Pretoria Office

Monabo Hygiene Services

R60 363.51

Level 1

04/2017

Cleaning and hygiene services: National Office

Kusile Hygiene

R241 444.53

Level 1

02/2013

Provision of banking services

First National Bank

R1 928 697.33

Level 2

09/2013

Cisco catalyst switches for a campus network

Dimensions Data

R1 659 804.73

Level 2

12/2015

Supply of Cisco Hardware

Bytes System Integration

R1 019 978.91

Level 2

15/2015

Supply and installation of uninterrupted power supply solution

Datacentrix (Pty) Ltd

R6 438 118.08

Level 2

19/2014

Co-operation agreement: University of Western Cape

University of Western Cape

R2 083 108.40

Level 2

01/2015

Group life assurance scheme

Old Mutual Assurance Company (SA) Limited

R44 900 466.56

Level 2

05/2015

Development of an integrated brand communications strategy

Grounded Media (Pty) Ltd

R746 130.00

Level 2

15/2015

Personal credentials verification

Managed Integrity Evaluation (Pty) Ltd

R343 125.67

Level 2

18/2015

VPN and disaster recovery

Internet Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R20 319 077.00

Level 2

20/2015

Maintenance of networking and collaboration devices

Sizwe IT Group

R418 466.70

Level 2

22/2016

Maintenance of Exinda devices

Datacentrix (Pty) Ltd

R200 294.73

Level 2

11/2012

Provision of personal credential verification

Managed Integrity Evaluation

R343 125.67

Level 3

06/2013

Internet services

Internet Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R3 034 538.64

Level 3

08/2013

Cleaning services: National Office

Kusile Hygiene

R2 539 155.74

Level 3

05/2013

Property lease – Ladysmith Office

Sarbro Propvest Limited

R1 325 635.92

Level 3

12/2013

Provision of Wide Area Network Services/Bandwidth Optimisation Services

Sheleba Technologies cc

R 4 401 529.59

Level 3

07/2014

Provision of insurance broker services

Marsh (Pty) Ltd

R17 746 824.28

Level 3

19/2014

Co-operation agreement: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

R2 392 408.49

Level 3

19/2014

Co-operation agreement: University of Pretoria

University of Pretoria

R5 042 534.22

Level 3

17/2014

Provision of courier services

Skynet

R854 804.26

Level 3

02/2015

Property lease – Germiston Office

Nyakaza Property Development (Pty) Ltd

R1 228 305.13

Level 3

08/2016

Agency agreement: Koffiefontein Court

Mhlokonya Attorneys

R162 757.71

Level 3

  1. This part of the question cannot be addressed due to the fact that the regulations were only amended with effect from 1 April 2017 that allows for a different allocation and adjudication process that support specifically black-owned entities. For the previous years, the BEE levels addressed ownership as well as investment in redress activities.
  1. National Prosecuting Authority
  2. Annexure A, as attached, is a list of all goods and services procured below R 500 000.00 from July 2015 till date.
  3. The table below provides a list of all tenders awarded above R 500 000.00 from the 2014/15 financial year till date.

CONTRACT NO.

DESCRIPTION

SERVICE PROVIDER

AWARDED AMOUNT

B-BBEE LEVEL

NPA 18-14/15

A service provider to conduct customer satisfaction survey in NPA regional offices for 3 years

Umjwali Market Research (Pty) Ltd

R 2 377 242.00

Level 1

NPA 19-14/15

Appointment of service provider to move furniture and assets (Removal)

Office Wide Facilities Solutions

R 1 050 000.00

Level 3

NPA 22-14/15

Promotional items

Matemantitsi Construction and Projects cc

R 2 011 747.91

Level 3

NPA 20-14/15

Interactive Smart Board

Nambiti Technology

R 2 083 960.66

Level 2

NPA 07-15/16

Facilities management services for DPP JHB - three years

Office Wide Facilities Solutions

R 7 207 274.00

Level 3

NPA 03-15/16

Printing of Understanding of Criminal Justice System Brochures

Busi Ntuli Communication

R 483 079.80

Level 2

NPA 06-15/16

Stationery 9 provinces (Regionally)

Bulichule Training & Consulting (Pty) Ltd

R 842 364.93 (As and when Required)

Level 3

NPA 05-15/16

Firewall upgrade and maintenance

EOH Mthombo

R 6 826 801.92

Level 2

NPA RFQ 04-15/16

SITA 1183 LAN, Desktop and Back-Office

EOH Mthombo

R 68 652 678.70

Level 2

NPA 09-15/16

Facilities management services for DPP Kimberly- two years

Ntsako Industries

R 2 577 655.72

Level 1

NPA 10-15/16

Web based access to credit, Deeds and background information

Panel of service providers: Experian South Africa

As and when required

Level 5

   

WinDeed/ Korbitec,

 

Level 1

   

Datasearch

 

Non-compliant

NPA 12-15/16

Facilities management services for DPP Bisho and East London

Amahle Management Services

R 1 833 756.00

Level 2

NPA 15-15/16

Facilities management services for DPP Port Elizabeth

Bidvest Facility Management

R 2 949 275.92

Level 2

NPA 13-15/16

Printing of Khasho Newsletter, business cards ,letter heads and annual report

Shereno Printers

R 1 412 186.40 (As and when Required)

Level 1

NPA 12-15/16

Facilities management services for DPP Bisho and East London

Amahle Management Services

R 1 833 756.00

Level 2

NPA 11-15/16

Provisioning of publication and library support products for a period of 3 years

Panel of Service Providers: Lexis Nexis

As and when Required

Non-compliant

   

Sabinet online

 

Level 4

   

Juta & Company (Pty) Ltd

 

Level 2

   

Caxton Books

 

Level 2

NPA 17-12/13

Supply and delivery of stationery pack

Mofenyi Mining and projects

R 1 895 695.84

Level 3

NPA 08 -14/15

Appointment of a service provider to supply and deliver steel drawers , filling cabinets to the NPA for 2 years

Reboni Furniture Factory (Pty) Ltd

R 1 453 340.00

Non-compliant

NPA 08 -14/15

Appointment of a service provider to supply and deliver diaries , desk pads and calendars for 3 years

Bidvest Paperplus

R 1 823 045.53

Level 3

NPA 17 -14/15

Appointment of a service provider to supply stationery packs for 12 months

ShaNeal Distributors cc

R 5 321 160.00

Level 1

NPA 06-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to implement a data backup management software solutions including maintenance and support for 3 years

XON Systems (Pty) Ltd

R 1 808 167.26

Level 3

NPA 05-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to provide fleet management services

Fleet Data Technologies cc

R 109 159 054.20

Level 3

NPA 02-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to provide facilities management services at DDP Kimberly and Thuthuzela Centre for 2 years

SFI Group (Pty) Ltd

R 1 807 196.81

Level 3

NPA 18-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to provide facilities management services at DPP South Gauteng for 1 year

Office Wide Facilities Solutions

R 1 518 340.00

Level 3

NPA 19-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to provide facilities management services at DPP Pietermaritzburg for 3 years

Arcus Facilities Management Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 2 907 683.45

Level 4

NPA 17-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to provide facilities management services at DPP Cape Town for 3 years

SJR Security Cleaning Services & Transportation CC

R 7 227 978.57

Level 3

NPA 11-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to provide unified telephony services

EOH Mthombo (Pty) Ltd

R 29 503 547.32

Level 2

NPA 10-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to provide travel and accommodation services for 3 years

BCD Travel/ Connex

R 2 612 160.00 (As and when Required)

Level 2

NPA-RFQ 05-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to provide server equipment and tape library upgrade including maintenance and support

Waymark (Pty) Ltd

R 20 805 926.23

Level 5

NPA-RFQ 04-13/14

Appointment of a service provider to laptops, mouse, carry-bag, security cables, printer, imaging of each laptop including maintenance of equipment for 3 years

Data Centrix (Pty) Ltd

R 11 176 040.87

Level 2

NPA-RFQ 02-13/14

Appointment of a service provider supply , install and commission of ECMS hardware including maintenance and support for 3 years

Data Centrix (Pty) Ltd

R 1425 614.20

Level 2

NPA-RFQ 01-13/14

Appointment of a service provider supply and delivery of printers including maintenance of equipment for 3 years

Sizwe IT Group

R 1 185 600.00

Level 3

   

Data Centrix (Pty) Ltd

R 9 611 207.76

Level 2

   

Sizwe IT Group

R 308 767.86

Level 3

   

AE Soft (Pty) Ltd

R 84 834.24

Level 2

NPA 12-12/13

Provision of exhibition Materials

Hallcom (Pty) Ltd T/A Tshoswe Graphics Centre

R 1 459 428.00

Level 3

NPA 03-12/13

Media monitoring services

Ornico Group (Pty) Ltd.

R 944 686.08

Level 1

NPA 04-12/13

Media Content analysis

Media Tenor SA

R 995 562.00

Level 2

NPA RFQ 02-12/13

Supply and delivery of laptops, printers, monitors and keyboards

CHM Vuwani (Pty) Ltd.

R 12 395 676.00

Level 2

NPA 14-12/13

Web based access to credit, Deeds and background information

Panel of service providers:

As and when required

Level 3

   

Managed Integrity Evaluation

   
   

Crosscheck Information

 

Level 4

   

Datasearch

 

Level 4

   

Campuscan Information Technology

 

Level 4

   

Korbitec

 

Level 7

NPA 06-13/14

Recruitment and selection services

Mogale Solutions (Pty) Ltd.

R 957 600.00

Level 1

NPA 16-12/13

Leadership development services

Hospitality Professionals SA

R 5 013 540.00

Level 1

NPA 21-12/13

Supply and Delivery of pilot bags

By Design Africa

R 623 076.20

Level 1

NPA 17-12/13

Supply and Delivery of Stationery

Mofenyi Mining and Projects

R 1 895 695.84

Level 2

NPA 01-13/14

Facility Management - Bloemfontein

SFI Group (Pty) Ltd.

R 983 391.89

Level 2

NPA 18-12/13

Production of Monthly newsletter

Shereno Printers

R 598 408.34

Level 2

NPA 19-12/13

Provisioning of publication and library support products for a period of 3 years

Panel of service providers:

As and when required

Non-compliant

   

Juta & Co. Ltd.

   
   

Sabinet On-line

 

Level 4

   

Lexis Nexis

 

Level 3

   

Caxton books

 

Level 2

NPA 14-14/15

Facilities management - Bloemfontein

Ntsako Industries

R 1 723 504.80

Level 1

NPA 06-14/15

Facilities Management - SCCU

Delta Facilities Management (Pty) Ltd.

R 948 672.73

Level 1

NPA 06-15/16

Supply and delivery of stationery

Bulichule Training and Consulting

R 842 364.93

Level 3

NPA 11-14/15

Supply of prosecutor gowns

House of Graduates

R 3 163 450.00

Level 3

NPA 10-14/15

Facility management – DPP Durban

Office Wide Facility Management

R 3 737 622.80

Level 3

NPA 09-14/15

Supply of pilot bags

Kganane Consulting

R 2 475 000.00

Level 3

NPA 07-14/15

Facility Management – DPP North West

SJR Security, Cleaning and Transportation

R 4 535 338.20

Level 3

NPA 05-14/15

Supply and Delivery of x-ray machines and walk-through metal detectors

HAB Fire & Security (Pty) Ltd.

R 4 586 368.20

Level 1

NPA 12-14/15

Media Content

Media Tenor SA

R 1 620 309.60

Level 2

NPA 02-14/15

Training on Microsoft

Konani Training and Leadership

R 5 026 830.00

Level 3

NPA 13-14/15

Media analysis

Ornico Group (Pty) Ltd.

R 1 638 756.84

Non- Compliant

NPA RFQ 07-14/15

Training Interventions

Vogue HR Services

R 245 362.20

Level 1

NPA 01-14/15

Work study

GKN Consulting CC

R 8 572 298.00

Non-compliant

NPA RFQ 03-14/15

Supply of Small Multifunction and desktop mono printers

Sizwe Business Network

R 7 485 149.85

Level 2

NPA 01-14/15

Supply of laptop, ruck sack and security cables

Pinnacle Technologies

R 11 577 680.40

Level 3

NPA 09-13/14

Supply of Office furniture – DPP North West

Mmalafish Trading

R 2 171 072.00

Level 3

NPA 12-13/14

Installation of Video conferencing equipment and maintenance

Infrasol (Pty) Ltd.

R 12 897 734.78

Level 4

RFQ-001-783-2014

Renewal of hardware Enterasys C3G Model switches

AE Soft (Pty) Ltd.

R 8 584 662.84

Level 2

NPA RFQ 01-13/14

Supply and delivery of laptops, printers, optical mouse, monitors and keyboards.

Datacentrix

R 9 611 207.76

Level 2

   

Sizwe IT Group

R 308 767. 86

Level 3

   

AE Software (Pty) Ltd.

R 26 084.34

Level 2

   

AE Software (Pty) Ltd.

R 58 749.90

Level 2

   

Sizwe IT Group

R 1 185 600.00

Level 3

RFQ D2130

Supply and delivery of laptops and equipment

Datacentrix

R 18 839 780.00

 

NPA 02-16/17

Appointment of a service provider to provide facilities management service for DPP Limpopo for 3 years

Kekana Suppliers

R 3 687 564.00

Level 1

U5827651

Microsoft Enterprise Agreement

Microsoft

R 2 950 4636.35

 

RFB 1055/2013

Unified Email Continuity Solution, archiving support and maintenance

Dimension Data (Pty) Ltd

R 5 024 676.11

 

Office of the Chief Justice

Question 1

The term “ranks of service provider” is unclear, hence the OCJ is unable to respond to this question. OCJ will only provide the names of service providers as indicated in second column of the table below.

Question 2

The OCJ only obtained its vote on 1 April 2015 and therefore the information provided covers the period 1 April 2015 to 20 October 2017.

Contracts awarded from 1 April 2015 to 20 October 2017

 

1

2(a) and 3(b)

3(a)

 

2(b) and 3(c)

Item #

Supplier/Contractor

Type of Service

% Black People Ownership

Contract

Amount

Amount paid

1

Jicho Consulting

ICT support and maintenance

100

29 891 529.60

28 162 873.44

2

Accenture

Implementation of electronic filing for the courts

30

6 916 608.00

6 916 608.00

3

Storage Technology

Computer services

0

4 012 806.14

4 012 806.14

4

Full Stream

Development and implementation of ITSM process

100

1 697 174.08

459 232.80

5

Motiv8

Supply, Delivery and Commissioning of Network Infrastructure for WAN Optimizations

100

7 920 326.00

6 158 541.30

6

ICAS (SA)

Health and Wellness Services

23.90

1 047 382.00

0

7

Esizwe Technology

Office furniture

50

3 251 708.79

3 251 708.79

8

Lebone Litho Printers

Printing Services

100

316 573.17

316 573.17

9

Wino Office Supplies

Stationery

51

108 212.45

108 212.45

10

Professional Evaluation and Research

Media monitoring

100

189 632.00

0

11

D & F Commodity

Office Furniture

0

3 732 964.20

3 732 964.20

12

Esizwe Group

Office furniture

50

701 214.00

0

13

CHM Vuwani

Computer hardware: desktops

51

448 413.06

448 413.06

14

Magong a Kopane

Computer systems: servers

100

449 515.68

449 515.68

15

Thuthukani Technology

Computer hardware: laptops

100

228 539.22

228 539.22

16

Bolt Infinite

Hygiene services

100

283 197.00

0

17

Armani Office Supplies

Printing and publication services

50

256 678.98

256 678.98

18

PJ Bookbinders

Printing services

100

202 860.72

202 860.72

19

Six Fingaz

Printing

100

395 900.00

395 900.00

20

Lethabonet

Hygiene services

100

389 401.12

389 401.12

21

Lilibara

Building assessment

100

382 000.00

382 000.00

22

Datacentrix

Audiovisual equipment

0

236 763.84

0

23

Bytes People Solution

Training and development

53.33

471 960.00

471 960.00

24

Vox Telecommunications

Computer systems: internet solutions

0

364 446.60

364 446.60

25

Cecil Nurse

Office furniture

53.57

367 978.98

367 978.98

Total

63 423 799.91

57 077 214.65

Question 3:

(a) Number of black owned entities:

Ownership

Qty.

100%

12

>50%

4

50%

3

<50%

2

Total black owned companies appointed:

21

b) and c) Contracts awarded to black owned entities (from 50%) and amounts paid:

 

Entity

Contract

Amount

1

Jicho Consulting

ICT support and maintenance

29 891 529.60

2

Full Stream

Development and implementation of ITSM process

4 012 806.14

3

Motiv8

Supply, Delivery and Commissioning of Network Infrastructure for WAN Optimizations

459 232.80

4

Esizwe Technology

Office furniture

3 251 708.79

5

Lebone Litho Printers

Printing Services

316 573.17

6

Wino Office Supplies

Stationery

108 212.45

7

Professional Evaluation and Research

Media monitoring

189 632.00

8

Esizwe Group

Office furniture

701 214.00

9

CHM Vuwani

Computer hardware: desktops

448 413.06

10

Magong a Kopane

Computer systems: servers

449 515.68

11

Thuthukani Technology

Computer hardware: laptops

228 539.22

12

Bolt Infinite

Hygiene services

283 197.00

13

Armani Office Supplies

Printing and publication services

256 678.98

14

PJ Bookbinders

Printing services

202 860.72

15

Six Fingaz

Printing

395 900.00

16

Lethabonet

Hygiene services

389 401.12

17

Lilibara

Building assessment

382 000.00

18

Bytes People Solution

Training and development

471 960.00

19

Cecil Nurse

Office furniture

367 978.98

 

42 357 838.03

Note: The information from the Special Investigating Unit and Department of Correctional Services has not has yet been received but will be supplied to the Honorable Member as soon as it is available.

15 December 2017 - NW2346

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

(1)With reference to his reply to question 1588 on 21 July 2017, (a) what is the case number under which the matter, relating to the specified trip, appears on the court role and (b) on what grounds does the sub judice rule, as defined by the Supreme Court of Appeal on 18 May 2007 in the Midi Television case (details furnished), prevent him from answering the specified question as part of his constitutional obligation to account to Parliament in line with section 92 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996; (2) whether, in light of his constitutional obligation to account to Parliament and the specified judgment, he will reconsider his response to question 1588 on 21 July 2017; if not, on what grounds; if so, what are the comprehensive details?

Reply:

1. The law enforcement agencies in particular the Hawks are investigating the so called Gupta leaked emails, this has been widely reported, Minister will not be commenting on any matter arising or related to the alleged Gupta leaked emails in order not to interfere with the due processes of the law.

2. The Minister is required by law to respect due process of the law which inter alia include investigations by law enforcement agencies and therefore I will not interfere with such investigation by making comments.

15 December 2017 - NW3965

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Krumbock, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)In light of the cost containment measures contained in the National Treasury’s Municipal Finance Management Act Circular 82 dated 30 March 2016, on what statutory grounds did the uMngeni Local Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal rely when it spent an estimated R350 000 at a 4-star beachfront hotel in Durban from 23 to 26 April 2017 for a service delivery workshop; (2) (a) why was it necessary for the specified workshop to be hosted at the specified hotel, when a local venue was allegedly available at a cost of R45 000 and (b) has he found that the conducting of workshops outside of municipal facilities due to less distractions and better levels of concentration improve the outcomes of the workshops hosted by municipalities; (3) whether he intends to take any steps against the specified municipality for hosting the workshop at the hotel; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. The Department has however, engaged the Provincial Departments responsible for Local Government to request the relevant information from municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is received.

15 December 2017 - NW3967

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Krumbock, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Tourism

(a) What number of buildings and other structures have been built as part of the Royal Khalanga Lodge project in Limpopo, (b) what is the total square meters, including upper floors, of each building and structure and (c) have the specified buildings and structures been registered with the National Home Builders Registration Council?

Reply:

a) What number of buildings and other structures have been built as part of the Royal Khalanga Lodge project in Limpopo

b) what is the total square meters, including upper floors, of each building and structure

c) have the specified buildings and structures been registered with the National Home Builders Registration Council

Entrance gate & guard house

33m²

The National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) is an agency of the Department of Human Settlements which is responsible for the protection of housing consumers and to regulate the home building industry. Registration with the NHBRC is mainly intended for residential buildings as areas designated as business, industrial or otherwise are excluded from the NHBRC. The Khalanga Project was therefore not registered with the NHRBC as the buildings did not fall within the requirements for registration.

Chalets - standard type (x10)

320m²

 

Chalets - luxury type (x4)

490m²

 

Chalet - Presidential suite

50m²

 

4 Chalets ( 4 rooms each)

324m²

 

Hall -1000 seater

1123m²

 

Hall toilets

75m²

 

Toilet block - pool

44m²

 

Breakaway rooms (x2 buildings)

160m²

 

Entertainment area

107m²

 

Laundry

66 m²

 

Steel palisade fence (1.8m) high

2500m

 

Swimming Pools (4x3m2)

7m/3 and 6/4 (280 m²)

 

Deck

75m² with approximately 20m long staircase

 

Carports

13/36-468 m²

 

Retaining wall

2450 m²

 

Paving in the hall

3285 m²

 

Paving – access road

10131 m²

 

Bulk services

Electrical supply

455m

 

Sewer reticulation

631m

 

Water reticulation including 6x 6000l tanks

631m

 

15 December 2017 - NW3285

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Sport and Recreation

Whether (a) his department and/or (b) the SA Sport Confederation and Olympic Committee currently have any contracts concluded and/or business relations with a certain company (name furnished); if so, (i) how long has each contract and/or business relationship existed, (ii) what amount has been paid to the specified company in each case and (iii) on which dates were the moneys paid to the company in each case

Reply:

(a) Sedgars Sport traded and conducted business on contract with the Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation in the of provinces of the Free State and the North West. The contract was for the supply of sport equipment and attire that was valid for a period of as part of 3 years ended 31 July 2017.

(b) No, the South African Sport Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) does not have a contract with Sedgars Sport, however they are a registered supplier in the SASCOC supplier database.

I. In 2015 SASCOC placed a newspaper advert calling for potential suppliers to register on the SASCOC database of suppliers and Sedgars was one of the companies that registered on the database.

II. R 15 237 318.90

III. Like any supplier in the SASCOC database, when a service is required, a quote is requested from a number of suppliers on the database, and depending on the quotation received a suitable supplier will be approved. Due process thereafter is followed where a requisition is generated from the system and approved according to the specified process. A purchase order is generated, signed and payment is only made after the service has been rendered.

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15 December 2017 - NW3942

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

With reference to his reply to question 3371 on 13 November 2017, (a) what are the relevant details of the building that the SA Post Office is leasing in Bloemfontein in terms of (a) where exactly are the premises located, (b) what are the terms of the lease, including the (i) period of the lease, (ii) name of the landlord and (iii) rental amount for each month and (c) what processes were followed by the SA Post Office before contracting the lease?

Reply:

I have been informed by SAPO as follows:

(a) The premises is located at the Mr Price Building, a sub-division of Plot 6, Vredenhof Smallholdings, No 2708, Langenhovenpark, Nelson Mandela Drive, Langenhovenpark, Bloemfontein.

(b)(i) Period of lease was 3 years

(ii) The Michael Family Trust

(iii) Rental amount per month as follows:

  • Outlet size: 3,956m²
  • Lease costs per m2 (3-year lease) : R62 m²
  • Basic monthly rental (excl VAT) for duration of lease agreement:

 Year 1: Rental R 245 272.00, plus R2,250.00 for 15 basement parking bays

 Year 2: Rental R 264,893.76, plus R2,250.00 for 15 basement parking bays

 Year 3: Rental R 286,085.26, plus R2,250.00 for 15 basement parking bays

(c) No proposal or request for tender was issued because the feasibility analysis to determine the availability of suitable buildings to house the Postbank Operations Centre in the Bloemfontein area, was conducted internally.

Following further discussions between SAPO Properties Division and the Managing Director (MD) of the Michael Family Trust, Postbank recommended that a lease agreement for the Langenhovenpark premises be entered into as a temporary site, while a new long term accommodation is explored. Approval was therefore, granted by the Group Chief Executive Officer (GCEO), for a lease agreement of three years with the Michael Family Trust as a single source procurement, which was within the Procurement Framework and Delegation of Authority.

Approved/ not approved

Dr Siyabonga Cwele, MP

Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

Date:

15 December 2017 - NW4001

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

a) Which (i) national and (ii) provincial departments owe money to the Modimolle-Mookgophong Local Municipality, (b) what amount is owed and (c) what is the age of the debt in each case?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. The Department has however, engaged the Provincial Departments responsible for Local Government to request the relevant information from municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is received.

15 December 2017 - NW3989

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Mrs A M Dreyer (DA) asked the Minister of Public Works

With reference to the Department of Public Works’ Prestige Programme, what is the: (a) current staff composition of the team responsible for the programme in terms of the cost of staff per salary level in both the Pretoria and Cape Town offices in the (i) 2015-16, (ii) 2016-17 and (iii) 2017-18 financial years and (b) description of the position and responsibilities in each case?

Reply:

a) The current staff composition of the team in terms of cost of staff per salary level in Cape Town (21 permanent staff members and 2 contract staff members) as follows:

 

Cape Town

Position

  1. Description of the position and responsibilities in each case.

Salary level

2015-2016

(i)

2016 -2017

(ii)

2017-2018

(iii)

1x Director

The effective and efficient procurement and maintenance of offices, residential accommodation and household furniture for Prestige.

The effective monitoring of Capital, Planned and Unplanned Building programme.

The effective management of administrative functions of the Prestige Section and interaction with internal service providers

The interaction with Prestige Clients, other State Institutions, Private entities, Service Providers and Contractors.

13

R819 126.00

R898 743.00

R984 174.00

4x Deputy Directors

The effective management of the Departmental Estate events and Prestige properties.

The effective management of the component.

The effective management of annual building programme for Capital Works and Planned maintenance projects for Prestige.

The provision of effective management of client’s requests and complaints from prestige clients.

12

R674 979.00

R726 276.00

R891 039.00

6x Assistant Directors

Attend to clients requests, client briefing, projects update and consistent feedback to the clients and DPW.

The assistance with the inputs towards compilation of annual building programme for Capital Works and Planned maintenance projects.

Provide assistance with the analyses and monitoring of the Capital, Planned and Unplanned maintenance budget and expenditure for Prestige.

The provision of management support with various administration functions of the Section

Arrange appointments to access the Ministerial residences and offices as per complaints lodged by clients for day to day maintenance

Assist in planning and co-ordination of all state functions, state visits and state funerals.

Register services on the WCS and issue Procurement Instruction to Project Managers

Co-ordinate procurement process within the section, update prestige asset register and spreadsheet for projects

Monitor and conduct system administration on WCS

Provide Effective and efficient management of Prestige Helpdesk for day to day maintenance and complaints from Prestige clients

Manage and coach personnel.

10

R361 659.00

R431 881.00

R470 364.00

2x Senior Admin Officer (Interior Designers)

The coordination of activities related to the allocation of residence within the parliamentary village.

The provision of management support on the effective administration parliamentary villages.

8

R243 747.00

R262 272.00

R321 774.00

6x Admin Officers

The provision of interior design services to Ministerial offices.

Formulating of viable Interior design schemes.

7

R196 278.00

R211 194.00

R259 104.00

2x Assistant Admin Officers

The delivery of administrative support.

The delivery of secretarial support.

6

R158 985.00

R171 069.00

R216 216.00

1x Admin Officer contract

The administration of requests received for the provision of prestige services.

7

R196 278.00

R211 194.00

R259 104.00

1x Admin Support contract

The administration of requests received for the provision of prestige services.

9

R289 761.00

R311 784.00

R344 545.00

 

Pretoria

Position

  1. Description of the position and responsibilities in each case

Salary level

2015-2016

(i)

2016 -2017

(ii)

2017-2018

(iii)

Chief Director

The effective and efficient procurement and maintenance of offices, residential accommodation and household furniture for Prestige.

The effective monitoring of Capital, Planned and Unplanned Building programme.

The effective management of administrative functions of the Prestige Section and interaction with internal service providers

The interaction with Prestige Clients, other State Institutions, Private entities, Service Providers and Contractors.

14

1042500

1068564

1144251

Director

The effective and efficient procurement and maintenance of offices, residential accommodation and household furniture for Prestige.

The effective monitoring of Capital, Planned and Unplanned Building programme.

The effective management of administrative functions of the Prestige Section and interaction with internal service providers

The interaction with Prestige Clients, other State Institutions, Private entities, Service Providers and Contractors.

13

716400

898743

948174

Deputy Director

The effective management of the Departmental Estate events and Prestige properties.

The effective management of the component.

The effective management of annual building programme for Capital Works and Planned maintenance projects for Prestige.

The provision of effective management of client’s requests and complaints from prestige clients.

12

695379

748227

814884

Deputy Director

The effective management of the Departmental Estate events and Prestige properties.

The effective management of the component.

The effective management of annual building programme for Capital Works and Planned maintenance projects for Prestige.

The provision of effective management of client’s requests and complaints from prestige clients.

12

695379

748227

802848

Control Works Manager

The management and implementation of plumbing and electrical programmes/ services in prestige and none prestige horticultural duties.

The effective supervision of the component.

10

389604

425499

431883

Estate Manager

Attend to clients requests, client briefing, projects update and consistent feedback to the clients and DPW.

The assistance with the inputs towards compilation of annual building programme for Capital Works and Planned maintenance projects.

Provide assistance with the analyses and monitoring of the Capital, Planned and Unplanned maintenance budget and expenditure for Prestige.

The provision of management support with various administration functions of the Section

Arrange appointments to access the Ministerial residences and offices as per complaints lodged by clients for day to day maintenance

Assist in planning and co-ordination of all state functions, state visits and state funerals.

Register services on the WCS and issue Procurement Instruction to Project Managers

Co-ordinate procurement process within the section, update prestige asset register and spreadsheet for projects

Monitor and conduct system administration on WCS

Provide Effective and efficient management of Prestige Helpdesk for day to day maintenance and complaints from Prestige clients

Manage and coach personnel.

10

383844

413016

449817

Chief Works: Manager: Technical Maintenance

The management and implementation of technical programmes in prestige and none prestige horticultural duties.

The effective supervision of the component.

9

321576

346017

376848

Chief Works Manager: Technical Maintenance

The management and implementation of technical programmes in prestige and none prestige horticultural duties.

The effective supervision of the component.

8

243747

266214

285648

Chief Works Manager: Technical Maintenance

The management and implementation of technical programmes in prestige and none prestige horticultural duties.

The effective supervision of the component.

9

316827

346017

376848

Senior Admin Officer: Interior Décor

The provision of interior design services to Ministerial offices.

Formulating of viable Interior design schemes.

8

254883

278373

307713

Senior Admin Officer: Interior Décor

The provision of interior design services to Ministerial offices.

Formulating of viable Interior design schemes.

8

254883

278373

307713

Senior Admin Officer: Interior Décor

The provision of interior design services to Ministerial offices.

Formulating of viable Interior design schemes.

8

254883

278373

307713

Admin Officer: KAM

The administration of requests received for the provision of prestige services.

7

217839

237909

262992

Assistant Admin Officer: KAM

The administration of requests received for the provision of prestige services.

6

173847

187059

206769

Assistant Admin Officer: Technical Maintenance

The administration of requests received for the provision of prestige services.

6

155370

178881

197742

Admin Clerk: Events

The provision of interior design services to Ministerial offices.

Formulating of viable Interior design schemes.

6

132399

171069

183558

Admin Clerk: Events

The provision of interior design services to Ministerial offices.

Formulating of viable Interior design schemes.

6

132399

142461

152862

Admin Clerk: Technical Maintenance

The provision of interior design services to Ministerial offices.

Formulating of viable Interior design schemes.

5

49861.32

49861.32

152862

Registry Clerk: Technical Maintenance

 

5

43200

43200

152862

Clients Coordinator

 

8

287121

308943

331497

Driver/Messenger

 

4

117531

126462

139809

Messenger

 

5

123738

142461

152862

15 December 2017 - NW3997

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Matsepe, Mr CD to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1) What is the total amount currently owed to Magalies Water by the Modimolle-Mookgophong Local Municipality in Limpopo according to the latest available information; (2) since 1 January 2017, (a) on what dates has the specified municipality paid Magalies Water and (b) what amount was paid on each date?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. The Department has however, engaged the Provincial Departments responsible for Local Government to request the relevant information from municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is received.

15 December 2017 - NW3171

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Sport and Recreation

(1) What are the details including the ranks of service providers and/or contractors from which (a) his department 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

Reply:

The details requested in this Parliamentary question are of such a nature that it will require some time for us to sift through the files, extract the extensive data, analyse it and package it in such a way that it answers that question. We are currently in that process. I therefore request the Honourable Member to grant us the time to put together the information to be able to answer this question.

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15 December 2017 - NW3982

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Ollis, Mr IM to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(a) What is the current backlog for schools requiring (i) sanitation, (ii) electricity, (iii) water and (iv) replacement due to inappropriate materials and (b) of these, what number of schools will be provided with this infrastructure in the (i) 2017-18, (ii) 2018-19 and (iii) 2019-20 financial years?

Reply:

The Question has been referred to all the Provincial Education Departments and the response will be provided as soon as it is received.

15 December 2017 - NW3728

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Carter, Ms D to ask the President of the Republic

Whether the Minister of State Security, Mr Bongani Bongo, had security clearance when he was appointed as Minister; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

I am always guided by the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, when I appoint Ministers. Section 91 of the Constitution provides the prescripts by which I abide when appointing the members of Cabinet. 

15 December 2017 - NW3692

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Boshoff, Ms SH to ask the Minister of Basic Education

With reference to her reply to question 2503 on 19 September 2017, what are the details of cases in which the physical abuse of learners is not considered a criminal offence?

Reply:

It is acknowledged that under common law physical abuse is classified as a criminal offence. This means that the listing of an educator’s name on the Register depends on the gravity of the sanction imposed against the educator for an offence he/she committed against a child. If an educator has physically abused a child, which abuse resulted in the child receiving medical attention/treatment, such an educator will be charged with a criminal offence by the South African Police and if found guilty by the court of law and convicted, then that person’s name will automatically be listed in the Register. In that case, the employer cannot overrule the decision of the court of law and therefore will also find the educator guilty of the alleged offence and dismissal is the only sanction for such an offence. In that case where an educator was found guilty of physical abuse against a child and dismissed, such educator’s name submitted by the employer to the Department of Social Development for listing on the National Child Protection Register.

However, in a case where an educator was found guilty of physical abuse by the employer or SACE during the disciplinary hearing, and the sanction imposed was not dismissal, (depending on the severity of the abuse) that person’s name is not listed in the Register. E.g. in a case where an educator used an open hand on the child’s back leaving the child with no finger marks or any mark related to the abuse, the educator may be given a final written warning as a sanction.

15 December 2017 - NW3211

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Carter, Ms D to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)Whether, in light of the submission by a certain person (name and details furnished) at the Moerane Commission of Inquiry that a multi-million rand tender to guard the Umgeni offices in Umzimkhulu was awarded to a security company in 2011 without following proper procedures (details furnished), he has found that the specified tender was awarded unlawfully; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so what are the relevant details; (2) (a) was the specified company registered with the Security Industry Regulatory Authority and (b) what are the details of the circumstances that resulted in the monetary value of the tender being inflated?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. The Department has however, engaged the Provincial Departments responsible for Local Government to request the relevant information from municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is received.

15 December 2017 - NW3031

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Energy

(a) What is delaying the finalisation and release of the report into the sale of 10.3 million barrels of the country’s strategic oil reserves by the Central Energy Fund and (b) when is it anticipated that the report will be published?

Reply:

a) A legal firm had been appointed to conduct investigations. The investigations took longer than expected. The report presented had gaps due to the method used by the investigators. The Minister directed that the report must be able to meet the principles of natural justice i.e. Ald. at partem. The financial aspect conducted by KPMG had to be subjected to a reliance audit and this further caused more delays.

b) When the Minister was supposed to receive final report the service provider on the legal part declared a conflict of interest. The Minister has instructed CEF and SFF to expedite the investigations without further delays.

15 December 2017 - NW1122

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Cassim, Mr Y to ask the Minister of Basic Education

Whether, with reference to her reply to question 212 on 6 March 2017, the requested information has been received from the Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training (Umalusi); if not, (a) why not and (b) by what date is the information expected; if so, by what date will she communicate it?

Reply:

Information on the question is the information included in the USB flash drive that was submitted to the Portfolio Committee on 17 February 2017 and to the questions office.

15 December 2017 - NW4024

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Stubbe, Mr DJ to ask the Minister of Energy

(1)(a) What was the purpose of the R2,1 million that was paid as a once-off gratuity to the former Minister of Energy shown on page 182 of the 2017 adjusted estimates of national expenditure of Vote No 26: Energy, (b) why was it paid and (c) What are the details of the gratuity; (2) (a) Why is there a shift of R17 million on the same page from the National Solar Water Heater Project to personnel remuneration, travel, gratuity, events and relocation costs, (b) what are the implications of this shift in funds for the project and (c) what are the current targets and achievements for this project for the current year?

Reply:

1. (a) The purpose of the R2.1 million is a once off gratuity paid in accordance with Proclamation by the President of the Republic of South Africa No. 50, 2008. It is in line with paragraph 3.3 once off gratuity for Members of Executive or Deputy Ministers who have served more than 5 years and whose term of office has ended.

(b) The former Minister had served more than 5 years and her term of office had ended from 31st March 2017.

(c) The details of the gratuity are as follows:

i) 4 months pensionable salary for every 5 years term amounting to R 1,847,408.96

ii) Pro-rata part of the 5 year period (last term) 1 May 2014 – 31 March 2017 amounting to R 269,413.81

(2) (a) There was a shift of R17 million from the National Solar Water Heater Project to personnel remuneration, travel, gratuity, events and relocation costs because of the savings under SWHP that could be utilised to defray excess expenditure in those items. The shift was done in line with Section 43(1) of the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999.

(2) (b) The shift of R17 million has had a minimal impact on the project. The budget was largely allocated for installation of solar water heaters for the financial year 2017/18 which had not commenced by end of September 2017, as the department is currently busy with compliance requirements of governance. For the remaining months of the current financial year the achievable number of installations will not be impacted upon by the shift of funds.

(2) (c) The current targets for this project for the current year, is to increase the number of procured baseline systems in line with the budget allocation and train youth on the installation of solar water heaters at targeted municipalities. In terms of the achievement, the Department increased the number of procured baseline systems from 42 196 in 2016/17 to 87 206 in 2017/18.

15 December 2017 - NW3739

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Mokause, Ms MO to ask the Minister of Human Settlements

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

Reply:

(1) (a) & (b) Yes

The Honourable Member did not specify the period for which the information is required.

(2) Furthermore, in accordance with the established practise applicable to parliamentary questions contained in the document titled, “Guide to Parliamentary Questions in the National Assembly”, I will not be able to provide names of persons as requested in the question. The document referred to prohibits Members of Parliament, including the Executive, from divulging names of persons, bodies when asking or responding to parliamentary questions. It specifically states the following:

Questions are to be framed as concisely as possible. All unnecessary adjectives, references and quotations are omitted. Names of persons, bodies and, for example, newspapers are only used in questions if the facts surrounding the case have been proven. As the mere mention of such names could be construed as publicity for or against them, it should be clear that this practice is highly undesirable. If a question will be unintelligible without mentioning such names, the Departments concerned are notified of the name (-s) and this phrase is used: ".......a certain person (name furnished)”

15 December 2017 - NW3364

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Bozzoli, Prof B to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What is the (a) total and (b) detailed breakdown of the costs of completing the work of the Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training?

Reply:

a) The total cost of the Commission of Higher Education and Training up to 30 September 2017 is R549 718 914 million.

b) Link below is a detailed breakdown of the costs of completing the work of the Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training:

http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW3364_TABLE.pdf

15 December 2017 - NW3873

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Energy

Whether (a) his department and/or (b) any entity reporting to him had any contract with a certain company (name furnished); if so, in each case, (i) what services did the specified company provide, (ii) what was the duration of the contract, (iii) what amount did the department or entity pay the specified company for the contract and (iv) who approved the (aa) contract and (bb) payment?

Reply:

a) Yes, the Department had a contract with Mahlako-A-Phahla Investment.

(i) Services rendered were for transactional advisory to review the state of readiness for the Nuclear New Build Programme.

(ii) The initial contract was for three (3) months, i.e. 27 May to 26 August 2016 with further extension of four (4) months starting from 1 September to December 2016.

(iii) The department paid R20 174 423.82 for the initial contract and a further R67, 745, 337.77 for the extension of the contract.

(iv) (aa) The contract was approved by the Accounting Officer of the Department of Energy

(bb) Payment was approved by the responsible Programme Manager for Nuclear Energy.

Entity

(b)

(i) What services did the specified company provide

(ii) What was the duration of the contract,

(iii) What amount did the entity pay the specified company for the contract

(iv) Who approved the (aa) contract

(iv) Who approved (bb) payment?

NERSA

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

SANEDI

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

NRWDI

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

NNR

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

NECSA

Yes

Feasibility Study

27 May 2017 -30 March 2018

3,554,442.86

Senior Executive Manager: Pelindaba Enterprises

Senior Executive Manager: Pelindaba Enterprises

   

Uxc Reports

27 May 2017 -30 March 2018

327,750.00

   
   

Management Fees

27 May 2017 -30 March 2018

None

   
   

Nuclear Fuel Feasibility Study

27 May 2017 -30 March 2018

12,398,629.74

   
   

Project Management

27 May 2017 -30 March 2018

None

   
   

Nuclear Fuel Feasibility Study

27 May 2017 -30 March 2018

387,366.41

   

CEF

Yes

To develop an acquisition strategy for renewable energy projects

2 months

None

The contract has not yet been signed but the procurement manager has issued a letter of intent

No payment has been done yet as the service provider has not started working

15 December 2017 - NW3431

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Hill-Lewis, Mr GG to ask the President of the Republic

Whether he facilitated the introduction of any member of a certain family (name furnished) to (a) the Zambian President, Mr Edgar Lungu and/or (b) any Zambian (i) cabinet members, (ii) service chiefs and/or (iii) diplomats during his official state visit to the Republic of Zambia from 12 to 13 October 2017; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

There was no member of the specified family that was part of the official delegation that accompanied the President to the State Visit to Zambia.

15 December 2017 - NW4007

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What have been the zoning types of Erf 11208 in the city of Johannesburg in the past five years and who has owned this portion of land in the past five financial years; and 2. Are there plans in place to use and /or develop the portion of land; if so, what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

Upon receipt of this question, the Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG) approached the Department of Development Planning in the City of Johannesburg to request information pertaining to Erf 11208. In the response, the City has provided details in relation to the zoning history of Erf 11208 as per the table below:

ERF NUMBER

OWNERSHIP

ZONING

REZONING HISTORY

11208 Bramfischerville Ext 8

Rand Leases

Residential

None

11208 Cosmo City Ext 10

Mashile Aubrey

Residential 1

None

11208 Diepkloof

Motaung Elizabeth

Residential

None

11208 Dobsonville Ext 2

Mbatha Itumeleng and Velaphi

Residential

None

11208 Ivory Park Ext 10

City of Johannesburg

Residential

None

11208 Lenasia Ext 13

(now subdivided into 8 portions of Erf  12263)

Gauteng Provincial Housing Advisory Board

8 Residential 1 stands

The current rezoning application, submitted in 2014, which includes erven 11192 and 11206 is pended due to non-submission of a geotechnical report. The rezoning application is to increase the residential density from 1 house per stand to multi storey walk ups.

11208 Meadowlands

Tseleli Tsohleho

Residential

None

11208 Orange Farm Ext 7

Makhubu Phumuzile

Residential

None

11208 Orlando

Khumalo Bavelile

Residential

None

11208 Pimville Zone 2

Makau Paulina

Residential

None

11208 Stretford Ext 6

Bokaba Maurice

Residential

None

15 December 2017 - NW3295

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Alberts, Mr ADW to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether the decision of the Chief Justice that in future English will be the official language of record in terms of section 8(5)(b) of the Superior Courts Act, Act 10 of 2013, was published in the Government Gazette; if not, why it was not considered necessary to do so; if so, in which Government Gazette; (2) whether he is aware of the decision of the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) published in Government Gazette No. 24121 of 29 November 2002 in respect of board decision 99 of 2002; if so, what steps his department has taken concerning the specified PanSALB decision; if not, (3) whether he will familiarise himself with the PanSALB decision and will take the necessary steps in this regard; (4) whether he will consider establishing legal certainty and affirming the separation of powers by making an amendment to subsection 8(3)(b) of the Superior Courts Act, Act 10 of 2013, which places a clear limitation on the competencies of the Chief Justice to take decisions regarding the language of record in courts?

Reply:

1.The decision of the Chief Justice that, in future, English will be the official language of record was not published in the Government Gazette.

I am not in a position to respond on behalf of the Chief Justice as to why it was considered not necessary to publish it in the Government Gazette, if it was considered as a decision falling under section 8(3) of the Superior Courts Act, 2013.

2. I am aware of the the decision of the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) published in Government Gazette No. 24121 of 29 November 2002, in respect of Board Notice 99 of 2002;

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development is in the process of developing a policy on the interpretation service which includes provisions on the language of court proceedings (langauge use), as well as a possible position on the language of record for the courts. This policy will inform legislative reform to determine the language of record for the courts, as well as the language of court proceedings.

3. and (4) See response in point (2) above on legislative reform. Additionally, any legislative proposal must consider and uphold the principle of separation of powers between the executive and the judiciary.

15 December 2017 - NW3596

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Stander, Ms T to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Do women own title deeds to land that falls in areas under the jurisdiction of traditional leadership;  if not, what are the (a) details of the barriers that women experience that prevent them from owning title deeds to land under the jurisdiction of traditional leadership and (b) further relevant details in this regard; if so, (i) how many (aa) women own title deeds in the specified areas and (bb) hectares does each woman own and (ii) where is the land situated; (2) whether he undertook any engagements with traditional leaders to promote female ownership of title deeds to land under the jurisdiction of traditional leaders; if not, (a) why not and (b) what are the further relevant details in this regard; if so, what are the details of the (i) engagements and (ii) progress and results of such engagements to date?

Reply:

The Honourable Member needs to note that the matters that are being raised here, fall within the mandate of the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform. And the question should therefore be re-directed to it as the relevant authority.

15 December 2017 - NW3892

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Ryder, Mr D to ask the Minister of Public Works

In light of the additional funding that his department allocated to the Independent Development Trust (IDT) in November 2017, what (a) amount of additional funding was allocated to the IDT (i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017, (b) was the total budget allocated to the IDT in each of the specified financial years and (c) were the outcomes of the additional funding that was achieved in each case?

Reply:

(a) (i) 2014/15 financial year: Nil

2015/16 financial year: Nil

2016/17 financial year: Nil

(ii) 2017/18 financial year: R111.1 million

 

(b) 2014/15 financial year: 50 million

2015/16 financial year: 50 million

2016/17 financial year: Nil

2017/18 financial year: Nil

2018/19 financial year: R 28.4 million

 

(c) 2014/15 financial year

No additional allocation

2015/16 financial year

No additional allocation

2016/17 financial year

Nil Allocation

2017/18 financial year

No additional allocation

2018/19 financial year

No additional allocation

14 December 2017 - NW3664

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

(a) What number of illegal firearms were seized by the SA Police Service (SAPS) in each province (i) in the (aa) 2014-15, (bb) 2015-16 and (cc) 2016-17 financial years and (ii) from 1 April 2017 to the latest specified date for which information is available and (b) in each case, what number of the specified weapons were recovered from (i) members of the SAPS, (ii) members of private security firms and (iii) private persons?

Reply:

(a)(i)(aa) to (cc) The total number of firearms, which were circulated as found, without serial numbers and duplicated serial numbers, are as follows:

Province

2014/ 2015

2015/ 2016

2016/ 2017

Eastern Cape

540

1 089

1 741

Free State

128

255

306

Gauteng

1 043

596

3 069

KwaZulu-Natal

1 149

1 212

4 332

Limpopo

135

210

1 781

Mpumalanga

355

396

1 178

North West

185

325

276

Northern Cape

23

96

36

Western Cape

1 779

1 024

675

TOTAL

5 337

5 203

13 394

(a)(ii) The requested information is part of the statistical information, which must be published by the Minister of Police.

(b)(i)(ii)(iii) The number of firearms, as mentioned in paragraph (a) supra, were recovered by the South African Police Service (SAPS). Due to the fact that the majority of the firearms are unidentifiable (i.e. serial number erased), it is not always possible to link these firearms to official institutions such as the SAPS, security service providers and private persons.

Taking the above into consideration, this office cannot provide reliable figures, regarding part (b) of this question.

14 December 2017 - NW3207

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Police

(1)What is the reason why the sheriff recently seized computer equipment at the Tzaneen Police Station; (2) (a) what other equipment and/or furniture was seized at the specified police station and (b) what steps have been taken to retreive the items; (3) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

1. Joubert and May Attorneys, from Tzaneen, obtained a warrant of execution for an outstanding taxed legal cost, in a civil matter that was supposed to be paid by the State Attorney, in Pretoria. The company’s consultant attorney was not registered on the State Attorney’s database for payments, causing a delay in payment. The warrant of execution was served to the Station Commander, in Tzaneen, on 7 September 2017. The Sheriff at Tzaneen, on instruction of the attorney, removed seven computers from the Tzaneen Police Station, on 9 October 2017. After liaison with the instructing attorney and the State Attorney, it was agreed that the outstanding legal cost will be paid directly to his account, by the SAPS. On 10 October 2017, the instructing attorney addressed a letter to the Sheriff, indicating that the computers can be returned to the Tzaneen Police Station. The seven computers were returned on 11 October 2017. The payment of R33 956,72, was made on 12 October 2017 and was deposited, on 18 October 2017.

(2)(a) No other equipment was seized, only the seven computers were removed.

(2)(b) Not applicable.

3. For the Minister to decide, whether a statement will be made.

14 December 2017 - NW3912

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Police

(1)With reference to the Minister of Transport’s reply to question 3426 on 10 November 2017, (a) what number of dockets were opened for (i) road and/or traffic infringements and (ii) driving under the influence in each province in the (aa) 2014-15, (bb) 2015-16 and (cc) 2016-17 festive season periods and (b) what number of the dockets resulted in convictions; (2) what number of blood-alcohol samples were (a) taken and (b) analysed in each province in each of the specified festive season periods?

Reply:

(1)(a)(i) The number of charges registered for road and/or traffic infringements, is as follows:

 

Culpable Homicide

Driving offence in terms of the National Road Traffic Act (Category A)

 

(aa)

2014/2015

(bb)

2015/2016

(cc)

2016/2017

(aa)

2014/2015

(bb)

2015/2016

(cc)

2016/2017

Eastern Cape

360

382

360

2 122

2 163

2 231

Free State

218

241

235

1 179

1 114

1 072

Gauteng

625

671

658

6 206

6 873

6 196

KwaZulu-Natal

550

609

641

2 580

2 834

2 653

Limpopo

307

340

357

2 375

2 610

2 432

Mpumalanga

289

320

314

1 493

1 508

1 558

North West

201

213

270

1 214

1 228

1 169

Northern Cape

101

116

98

571

609

575

Western Cape

243

311

268

2 370

2 323

2 272

TOTAL

2 894

3 203

3 201

20 110

21 262

20 158

(1)(a)(ii) The number of charges for driving under the influence, is as follows:

 

(aa)

2014/2015

(bb)

2015/2016

(cc)

2016/2017

Eastern Cape

2 161

1 770

1 852

Free State

557

669

884

Gauteng

5 684

8 433

6 659

KwaZulu-Natal

3 061

3 028

3 586

Limpopo

1 072

1 350

1 174

Mpumalanga

849

1 358

1 582

North West

504

822

709

Northern Cape

266

232

274

Western Cape

3 265

2 669

3 019

TOTAL

17 419

20 331

19 739

(1)(b) The number of charges that resulted in convictions, is as follows:

 

Culpable Homicide

Driving offence in terms of the National Road Traffic Act (Category A)

 

(aa)

2014/2015

(bb)

2015/2016

(cc)

2016/2017

(aa)

2014/2015

(bb)

2015/2016

(cc)

2016/2017

Eastern Cape

21

17

5

214

156

82

Free State

18

14

5

128

130

84

Gauteng

26

24

5

215

264

202

KwaZulu-Natal

21

19

12

172

170

112

Limpopo

7

11

2

193

176

95

Mpumalanga

17

14

3

132

119

88

North West

7

2

0

68

65

40

Northern Cape

8

3

0

47

50

16

Western Cape

9

11

7

181

120

86

TOTAL

134

115

39

1 350

1 250

805

 

Driving under influence

 

(aa)

2014/2015

(bb)

2015/2016

(cc)

2016/2017

Eastern Cape

826

622

286

Free State

157

180

119

Gauteng

123

309

154

KwaZulu-Natal

403

561

859

Limpopo

170

170

91

Mpumalanga

134

180

70

North West

69

149

70

Northern Cape

113

84

23

Western Cape

748

495

375

TOTAL

2 743

2 750

2 047

(2)(a) The number of blood-alcohol samples taken, is as follows:

 

(aa)

2014/2015

(bb)

2015/2016

(cc)

2016/2017

Eastern Cape

2 161

1 770

1 852

Free State

557

669

884

Gauteng

5 684

8 433

6 659

KwaZulu-Natal

3 061

3 028

3 586

Limpopo

1 072

1 350

1 174

Mpumalanga

849

1 358

1 582

North West

504

822

709

Northern Cape

266

232

274

Western Cape

3 265

2 669

3 019

TOTAL

17 419

20 331

19 739

(2)(b) All blood-alcohol samples taken were analysed.

14 December 2017 - NW3753

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Police

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

Reply:

(1)(a) Yes, the South African Police Service (SAPS), procured services from Travel With Flair, since 2001.

(1)(b) For the entities, reporting to the Minister of Police, to respond.

(1)(i)(ii) For the period, since 2001 up to November 2017, the following amounts were paid to the company:

  • Air charter service: R8 211 370,31.
  • Leases: motor vehicles: R1 476 536,81.
  • Laundry services: R10 315,46.
  • Domestic accommodation: R97 612 196,21.
  • Domestic car rental: R2 919,40.
  • Domestic air transport and accommodation: R437 423,58.
  • Domestic air transport: R30 992 464,62.
  • Domestic railway transport: R6 664,44.
  • Domestic road transport: R2 350 251,39.
  • Foreign accommodation: R22 797 095,54.
  • Foreign incidental cost-medical insurance: R115 327,42.
  • Foreign air transport: R100 239 651,94.
  • Foreign road transport: R101 458,00.
  • Venues and facilities: R253 605,12.

(2)(a) Yes, international travel expenditures were also procured from the company.

(2)(i)(ii) and (iii)

Due to the number of employees that travelled abroad, during the lengthy period of time, for which information is requested, (4 225 foreign air tickets) and taking into account the various transactions and the documents which are to be analysed, it will be extremely time consuming and will place an unreasonable burden on the resources of the SAPS to obtain the information in these categories, as requested. The information requested is not readily available in the financial accounting structure (Standard Chart of Accounts) of the SAPS and can therefore, not be extracted electronically.

14 December 2017 - NW3895

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Kohler-Barnard, Ms D to ask the Minister of Police

(a) What number of SA Police Service officers were deployed outside the borders of the Republic of South Africa in each of the past three financial years and (b) what was the (i) reason for and (ii) period of deployment in each case?

Reply:

Division: Operational Response Services

(a) In the 2014/2015 financial year, a total of 164 members of the South African Police Service (SAPS) were deployed outside the borders of the Republic of South Africa.

In the 2015/2016 financial year, a total of two members of the SAPS were deployed outside the borders of the Republic of South Africa.

In the 2016/2017 financial year, a total of 62 members of the SAPS were deployed outside the borders of the Republic of South Africa.

(b) (i) The reason for the deployments were in support of the following:

  • The United Nations/African Union Hybrid Peacekeeping Mission, in Darfur (UNAMID).
  • The United Nations Peacekeeping Mission, in South Sudan (UNMISS).
  • The African Union Mission, in Somalia (AMISOM).
  • The Southern African Development Community Stabilisation Intervention Mission, in the Kingdom of Lesotho (SOMILES).
  • The United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations (UNDPKO), in New York.

(ii) In 2014/2015, the periods of deployment were as follows:

  • One member in UNAMID (final year of a two year secondment).
  • One member in AMISOM (first year of a three year secondment).
  • One member in UNDPKO (first year of a three year secondment).
      • 140 members in SOMILES (for a period of six months).
      • 21 members in UNMISS (for a period of 18 months).

In 2015/2016, the periods of deployment were as follows:

  • One member in UNDPKO (second year of a three year secondment).
  • One member in AMISOM (second year of a three year secondment).

In 2016/2017, the periods of deployment were as follows:

  • 36 members in UNAMID (for a period of 18 months).
  • One member in AMISOM (third year of a three year secondment).
  • Two members in UNDPKO (third year of a three year secondment and the first year of a three year secondment).
  • 23 members in UNMISS (for a period of 18 months).

Division: Crime Intelligence

(a) In the 2014/2015 financial year, a total of 24 members of the SAPS were deployed outside the borders of the Republic of South Africa.

In the 2015/2016 financial year, a total of 24 members of the SAPS were deployed outside the borders of the Republic of South Africa.

In the 2016/2017 financial year, a total of 19 members of the SAPS were deployed outside the borders of the Republic of South Africa.

(b)(i) INTERPOL SAPS Liaison Officers are placed in strategic locations at South African Missions abroad, mainly for the following reasons:

  • Coordination of all organised crime and crime intelligence related information, emanating from foreign law enforcement agencies and the promotion of mutual assistance, between the agencies concerned.
  • Cooperation with law enforcement agencies, in order to combat international organised crime and to coordinate and support official visits of SAPS personnel, to such countries.
  • Attend to police activities in countries where accredited, to participate in all forums where the presence of the SAPS is required and negotiate training possibilities in the fields, as identified and requested by the Human Resource Development.
  • Assist with the Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation (SARPCCO), the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the African Union (AU) initiatives, including planning and participation in cross-border operations and cross-border law enforcement meetings.

(ii) SAPS Liaison Officers are placed as continental coordinators for a minimum term of four and six years. The terms of duty for officers, placed at an international organisation, may be extended, if required.

14 December 2017 - NW3954

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of Police

What (a) are the full details of crimes that were linked to the firearms handed in during the period of the two previous firearm amnesties and (b) number of firearms were handed in each province during each of the amnesties?

Reply:

This question requires consultation with various role players, including all station commanders. It is, therefore, requested that extension is granted to reply to this question. An extension period of five working days is requested, to gather and consolidate the correct information.

 

 

14 December 2017 - NW3245

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

(a) What is the total number of members of the SA Police Service who retired in terms of (i) section 45(3) and/or (ii) section 45(4) of the SA Police Service Act, Act 68 of 1995, in each of the past five financial years and (b) in each case, what is the (i) name, (ii) rank, (iii) date of retirement (iv) date of early retirement and (v) reasons given?

Reply:

(a)(i) Section 45(3)

Financial Year

Total number of members

2012/2013

79

2013/2014

120

2014/2015

405

2015/2016

482

2016/2017

438

(a)(ii) Section 45(4)

Financial Year

Total number of members

2012/2013

0

2013/2014

1

2014/2015

1

2015/2016

1

2016/2017

2

(b)(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)(v) Section 45(3)

Financial Year

Details

2012/2013

Annexure A

2013/2014

Annexure B

2014/2015

Annexure C

2015/2016

Annexure D

2016/2017

Annexure E

(b)(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)(v) Section 45(4)

Financial Year

Details

2013/2014

Annexure F

2014/2015

Annexure G

2015/2016

Annexure H

2016/2017

Annexure I

14 December 2017 - NW3854

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Stander, Ms T to ask the Minister of Police

What is the total number of (a) incidents of (i) ukuthwala, (ii) forced marriages (iii) child marriages and (iv) female gender mutilation that were reported to SA Police Service stations in each province (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017, (b) cases that were opened in each case, (c) the specified cases that were prosecuted and (d) the specified cases that remains pending?

Reply:

The information that is required, is not readily available and has to be requested from the provinces. Each case must be verified before the information can be submitted. A request is hereby made for an extension, in order for the correct information to be provided.

14 December 2017 - NW3948

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Kohler-Barnard, Ms D to ask the Minister of Police

(1)What is the current status of the investigation into charges of corruption and defeating the ends of justice against a certain person (name and details furnished); (2) whether the specified person is currently on suspension; if not, (a) why not and (b) what is the person’s current employment status within the SA Police Service; if so, what amount was paid to the person for (i) salary, (ii) bonuses and (iii) other benefits (aa) in each of the financial years covering the person’s suspension and (bb) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

1. There is currently no investigation pending against the said official. The official terminated his services, on 2015-10-15.

(2)(a)(b)(i)(ii)(iii)(aa) and (bb)

The said official is currently not on suspension, as he has terminated his service. However, it must be mentioned that on 2015-10-14, the said official was served with a notice of contemplated suspension/transfer, but the official choose to resign the following day.

14 December 2017 - NW3891

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Macpherson, Mr DW to ask the Minister of Police

What are the relevant details of (a) underresourcing statistics and (b) vehicle shortages for each police station in the (i) Richmond, (ii) KwaDukuza and (iii) Mkhambathini Local Municipalities in KwaZulu-Natal (aa) for each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

a) The table below, is a representation of the budgetary allocations for the respective financial years, with the total number of vehicles purchased and distributed to the 184 police stations/units/branches/components, in Kwazulu-Natal. Due to budgetary constraints, this province is not able to meet the needs of all the police stations.

2014

2015

2016

2017

R 168 696 000,00

R 160 000 000,00

R 160 000 000,00

R 211 880 000,00

824 Vehicles Purchased

684 Vehicles Purchased

595 Vehicles Purchased

769 Vehicles Purchased

(b)

(b) vehicle shortages for each police station

(aa) 2014

(aa) 2015

(aa) 2016

(bb)2017

New vehicles ordered 2017/2018

 

Required vehicles

Active vehicles

Short/ Surp

Required vehicles

Active vehicles

Short/Surp

Required vehicles

Active vehicles

Short/Surp

Required vehicles

Active vehicles

Short/Surp

No. of Vehicles ordered

Received

Awaiting delivery

Richmond

15

19

+4

21

15

-6

22

23

+1

21

20

-1

3

2

-1

Kwadukuza

45

41

-4

49

48

-1

49

47

-2

48

44

-4

5

3

-2

Camperdown

17

16

-1

15

17

+2

20

16

-4

19

19

-

4

3

-1

Bishopstowe

11

11

-

11

13

+2

15

15

-

11

12

+1

4

2

-2

Umsunduzi

13

15

+2

12

15

+3

10

15

+5

13

14

+1

1

0

-1

14 December 2017 - NW3628

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Police

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:

(a) There are three pieces of land, purchased by the South African Police Service (SAPS) and registered in the name of the National Government of the Republic of South Africa, as tabulated below:

(i)(ii)(iii)

Province

(i) Location of Land

(ii) Size

(iii) Comments

Gauteng

Reigerpark

Remainder of Erf 479 Reigerpark Extension 1 Township Registration Division I.R. Gauteng.

1 000 Hectares.

Title Deed registered on 2016-09-30.

Land purchased for the Construction of the Reigerpark Police Station.

Western Cape

Makhaza/ Khayelitsha

Erf 75 169 Portion of Erf 59 037 Khayelitsha, Western Cape.

10 229 Hectares.

Title Deed registered on 2017-08-22.

Land purchased for the Construction of the Makhaza Police Station.

Northern Cape

Riemvasmaak

Erf 494 Riemvasmaak (an unregistered portion of Erf 369 Riemvasmaak) Sending, Northern Cape.

1 000 Hectares.

Title Deed registered on 2016-12-01.

Land purchased for the Construction of the Riemvasmaak Police Station.

(b) For reply by the other entities who report to the Minister of Police.

14 December 2017 - NW3720

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Alberts, Mr ADW to ask the Minister of Police

(1)Whether two particular matters (details furnished) are indeed being investigated; if not, what are the reasons why not; (2) whether the SA Police Service has been in contact with the complainant in this regard; if so, what is the status of the specified investigation?

Reply:

(1) and (2) The information provided, is insufficient for this office to provide a reply. The station where the case was reported, or the name and the identity number of the complainant, is required to enable this office to provide the relevant information.