Questions and Replies

Filter by year

02 October 2015 - NW3039

Profile picture: Boshoff, Ms SH

Boshoff, Ms SH to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(a) Which districts in each province have converted ordinary schools to full service schools, (b) what are the names of the specified full service schools, (c) what category of disabilities are being catered for in each specified school, (d) how many educators with the necessary remedial expertise have been appointed, (e) what are the fields of expertise of the specified educators and (f) how many (i) psychologists, (ii) occupational therapists, (iii) class assistants, (iv) administrative staff, (v) janitors, (vi) general assistants, (vii) school sisters or nurses and (viii) class aids have been appointed, in respect of each province?

Reply:

The data for each of the questions asked is available on the specified annexure in brackets as follows:

(a) the districts in each province that have converted ordinary schools to full service schools (Annexure A);

(b) the names of full service schools (Annexure A);

(c) category of disability catered for in each full service school (Annexure B);

(d) the number of educators with the necessary remedial expertise that have been appointed is provided for only Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal Provinces (Annexure A). The Department is in the process of obtaining this information from the remaining Provincial Education Departments;

(e) the field of expertise of the educators is also only available for Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal Provinces and the remaining Provincial Education Departments have been requested to submit this information (Annexure A);

(f) The DBE is largely unable to provide different types of support staff to individual full service schools. This is evident from the following in respect of the number of:

    (i) psychologists (Annexure A);

    (ii) occupational therapists (Annexure A);

    (iii) class assistants (Annexure A);

    (iv) administrative staff (Annexure A);

    (v) janitors (Annexure A);

    (vi) general assistants (Annexure A);

    (vii) school sisters or nurses (Annexure A); as well as

    (viii) class aides (Annexure A).

ANNEXURE A

Statistics as required in questions (a), (b), (d), (e) and (f)

Sources:

  • Enrolment statistics have been captured from EMIS data as obtained from the 2014 and 2015 Annual School Survey;
  • Information on specialized competencies has been obtained from Provincial Education Departments; and
  • Personnel provisioning statistics have been obtained from PERSAL

Province

District

Names of Full Service Schools

(d)

Number of Educators with remedial expertise Appointed

(e)

Field of expertise of the specified educators

(f)(i) Number of Psychologists

(f)(ii) Number of Occupational therapists

(f)(iii) Number of class assistant

(f)(iv) Number of Administrative Staff

(f)(v) Number of Janitors

(f)(vi) Number of General Assistants

(f)(vii) Number of sisters/nurses

(f)(viii) Number of Class Aids

EC

Butterworth

Lengeni Js School

Not available

Not available

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Cofimvaba

Kuyasa Js School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Cradock

Cradock P School

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Dutywa

Mamfeneni P School

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

East London

Ebhotwe JP School

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Fort Beaufort

Alice P School

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Graaff-Reinet

Aberdeen P Public School

   

0

0

0

01

0

05

0

0

 

Lady Frere

Mzamomhle-Jojo Js School

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Libode

Ntsimbini Js School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Lusikisiki

Kwaqonda Sp School

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Lusikisiki

Zanokhanyo Sp School

   

0

0

0

0

0

01

0

0

 

Mbizana

Lugwijini Js School

   

0

0

0

0

0

01

0

0

 

Mt Frere

Mt Ayliff Hospital School

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Ngcobo

Boleni Js School

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Port Elizabeth

Elundini P School

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Queenstown

Nonesi Public School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Sterkspruit

Esilindini Js School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

FS

Fezile Dabi

Theha Setjhaba P/S

Not available

Not available

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Lejweleputswa

Bultfontein C/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

04

0

0

 

Lejweleputswa

Dieketseng P/S

   

0

0

0

03

0

02

0

0

 

Lejweleputswa

Dr Mg Mngoma

   

0

0

0

03

0

02

0

0

 

Lejweleputswa

Hlaboloha P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

02

0

0

 

Lejweleputswa

Kegomoditswe P/S

   

0

0

0

03

0

02

0

0

 

Lejweleputswa

Malebaleba P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

02

0

0

 

Lejweleputswa

Mojaho P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Lejweleputswa

Winburg C/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

12

0

0

 

Motheo

Brebner P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

10

0

0

 

Motheo

Fauna P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Motheo

Jim Fouché S/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

08

0

0

 

Motheo

Katiso P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Motheo

Kgato P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Motheo

Maboloka P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

02

0

0

 

Motheo

Mangaung P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

02

0

0

 

Motheo

Polokehong P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Motheo

Sentraal P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

08

0

0

 

Motheo

Setjhaba-Se-Maketse C/S

   

0

0

0

03

0

04

0

0

 

Motheo

Unicom P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Motheo

Universitas P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Ekwaluseni Catholic Ii/S (Independent)

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Graanveld P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Hlohlolwane P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Lerapo P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Lesaoana I/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Letlotlo P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Motshepuwa P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

02

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Paul Roux I/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

05

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Pulamadiboho P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Qwabi P/S

   

0

0

0

03

0

05

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Reitz C/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

12

0

0

 

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Senekal P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Xhariep

Jacobsdal P/S

   

0

0

0

0

0

06

0

0

 

Xhariep

Jagersfontein I/S

   

0

0

0

0

0

10

0

0

 

Xhariep

Koffiefontein C/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

09

0

0

 

Xhariep

Luckhoff P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

05

0

0

 

Xhariep

Mofulatshepe P/S

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Xhariep

Zama P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

02

0

0

 

Xhariep

Zastron P/S

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

GT

Ekurhuleni North

Laerskool Kempton Park

05

Remedial support

01

01

01

03

0

03

0

0

 

Ekurhuleni South

Edenpark Primary School

04

Remedial support

0

0

0

03

0

4

0

0

   

Ntuthuko Primary school

07

Remedial support

0

0

0

04

0

4

0

0

 

Gauteng East

Michael Zulu Primary
School

05

Remedial support

0

0

0

03

0

0

0

0

 

Sedibeng East

Laerskool Japie Greyling

06

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

   

Ratanda Primary School

04

Remedial suppose

0

0

0

0

0

04

0

0

 

Sedibeng West

Mogogodi Primary school

03

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

02

0

0

 

Johannesburg Central

Lakeview Primary

04

Remedial support

0

0

1

0

0

03

0

0

 

Johannesburg East

M.C Weiler Primary

03

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

04

0

0

 

Johannesburg North

Diepsloot Combined School

06

Remedial support

0

0

1

0

0

04

0

0

 

Johannesburg South

Orange Farm Primary

05

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

03

0

0

 

Johannesburg West

Discovery Primary

04

Remedial support

0

1

0

0

0

04

0

0

 

Gauteng West

Tsakani Primary

04

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

03

0

0

 

Tshwane North

Baxoxele Primary

06

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

04

0

0

 

Tshwane South

Walter Sisulu Primary

05

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

03

0

0

   

Nellmapius Primary

04

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

03

0

0

   

Bachana Mokwena Primary

03

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

04

0

0

 

Tshwane West

Laerskool Booysens

04

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

03

0

0

 

Gauteng North

Baweze Primary

05

Remedial support

0

0

0

0

0

03

0

0

KZN

Amajuba

Hope H

01

Remedial support

0

0

0

01

0

04

0

0

 

Amajuba

Khaselihle Jp

00

n/a

0

0

02

01

0

01

0

01

 

Amajuba

Nokukhanya P

00

n/a

0

0

01

01

00

02

0

01

 

Amajuba

Phendukani H

00

n/a

0

0

0

01

02

01

0

0

 

Uthungulu

Gabangenkosi P

00

n/a

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Uthungulu

Gingindlovu C

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

02

 

Uthungulu

Kwambonambi P

01

Remedial Specialist

0

0

0

02

0

01

0

2

 

Uthungulu

Mzingwenya P

0

n/a

0

0

0

02

0

02

0

0

 

Uthungulu

Silambo P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

0

 

Uthungulu

Sinaye P

0

n/a

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Uthungulu

Vumanhlamvu Cp

01

Remedial Specialist

0

0

0

02

00

05

00

18

 

Ilembe

Dr Bw Vilakazi Jp

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

01

 

Ilembe

Gasela P

0

n/a

0

0

0

0`

01

0

0

01

 

Ilembe

Imbewenhle P

0

n/a

0

0

01

01

0

01

0

0

 

Ilembe

Mlamulankunzi P

0

n/a

0

0

01

01

0

01

0

0

 

Ilembe

Nokubusa P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

0

 

Ilembe

Noodsberg P

0

n/a

0

0

0

0

01

01

0

0

 

Ilembe

Nyamazane P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

0

 

Umkhanyakude

Macabuzela P

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

01

0

0

0

 

Umkhanyakude

Madonela P

0

n/a

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Umkhanyakude

Mpontshini Jp

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

 

Umkhanyakude

Mzila Sp

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

 

Umkhanyakude

Nkomo P

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

01

01

0

01

 

Umkhanyakude

Nonjinjikazi P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

 

Umkhanyakude

Somfula S

0

n/a

0

0

0

02

01

01

0

0

 

Umkhanyakude

St Philip's P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

02

02

0

0

 

Umkhanyakude

Thengani P

0

n/a

0

0

0

02

01

01

0

0

 

Othukela

Inyamazwe P

0

n/a

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Othukela

Madlala P

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

01

01

0

0

 

Othukela

Muntuza P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Othukela

Sifisokuhle C

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

01

01

0

0

 

Pinetown

Esiqhingini P

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Pinetown

Georgedale P

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

02

01

0

02

 

Pinetown

Inkazimulo Primary

0

n/a

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Pinetown

Sondelani Sp

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

0

01

0

0

 

Pinetown

Ukukhanyakokusa P

0

n/a

0

0

01

01

01

01

0

0

 

Ugu

Deyi P

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

01

01

0

0

 

Ugu

Gobhela P

0

n/a

0

0

04

01

0

01

0

0

 

Ugu

Himmelberg Int

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

01

01

0

0

 

Ugu

Ithongasi Public P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

02

01

0

0

 

Ugu

Mbeleni

0

n/a

0

0

01

01

01

01

0

0

 

Ugu

Mdumezulu

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

0

 

Ugu

Marshmout

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Ugu

Mceleni

0

n/a

0

0

0

0

01

01

0

0

 

Ugu

Magogo

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Sisonke

Enhlanhleni Combined

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Sisonke

Enkelabantwana P

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

0

01

0

02

 

Sisonke

Impunga S

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

0

 

Sisonke

Lusiba P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Sisonke

Nombewu Js School

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Sisonke

Ntlabeni Js School

0

n/a

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Sisonke

Xoloxolo Sp

0

n/a

0

0

01

01

0

01

0

01

 

Umgungundlovu

Esigodini P

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

01

01

0

0

 

Umgungundlovu

Mbuthisweni P

0

n/a

0

0

01

01

0

01

0

0

 

Umgungundlovu

Nkabini P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

02

01

0

0

 

Umgungundlovu

Qhamukile P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

0

 

Umlazi

Amagcino P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

02

01

0

0

 

Umlazi

Isikhumbuzo P

0

n/a

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Umlazi

Saphumelela Jp

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

0

01

0

0

 

Umzinyathi

Cassino P

01

Remedial Specialist

0

0

02

01

0

01

0

0

 

Umzinyathi

Ethangeni C

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

0

1

0

0

 

Umzinyathi

Greytown S

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Umzinyathi

Mampunga P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

 

Umzinyathi

Mgazi S

0

n/a

0

0

02

01

01

01

0

0

 

Umzinyathi

Sampofu P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

0

 

Umzinyathi

Sibumba P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

 

Umzinyathi

Tholinhlanhla P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

0

 

Uthungulu

Dover C

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Zululand

Thakazela

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

 

Zululand

Ekuthokozeni P

0

n/a

0

0

0

01

01

01

0

0

 

Zululand

H Mantshinga P

0

n/a

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Zululand

Kwamame P

0

n/a

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Zululand

Layukona Lp

0

n/a

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Vryheid

Sakhumuzi P

0

0

0

0

02

0

01

0

0

0

 

Vryheid

Velankosi P

0

0

0

0

01

01

0

01

0

0

 

Zululand

Prince Layukona

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

LP

Capricorn

Eureka Primary

Not available

Not available

0

0

00

00

00

00

00

00

 

Capricorn

Harry Oppenheimer Secondary

   

0

0

0

02

0

10

0

0

 

Capricorn

Mahlodumela Lower Primary

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Capricorn

St. Brendan's Catholic Secondary

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Greater Sekhukhune

Sibisi Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Greater Sekhukhune

Laerskool Roossenekal

   

0

0

0

00

0

03

0

0

 

Greater Sekhukhune

Mokgalabje Primary

   

0

0

0

00

0

00

0

0

 

Greater Sekhukhune

Phaphamani Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Mopani

Mariveni Primary

   

0

0

0

00

0

00

0

0

 

Mopani

Marumofase Primary

   

0

0

0

00

0

00

0

0

 

Mopani

Nwaxindzhele Primary

   

0

0

0

00

01

0

0

0

 

Vhembe

Mutende Primary

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Vhembe

Shilume Primary

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Vhembe

Tshisahulu Primary

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Waterberg

Albert Lithuli Primary

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Waterberg

Mmamakwa Primary

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Waterberg

Warmbaths Primary

   

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

0

MP

Bohlabela

Alexandria Primary School

Not available

Not available

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Aplos Chiloane Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Diphaswa Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Emfuleni Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Floraphophe Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Gavazana Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Glory Hill Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Green Valley Lower & Higher Pri

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Hommuzeya Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Khayelihle Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Khokhovela Higher Primary

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Kwetse Lower And Higher Primary

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Lapishe Lower And Higher Primary

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Lekanang Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Letsamaile Chiloane Primary

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Londhindha Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Madile Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Magudu Primary

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Marambane Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Marifaan

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Mathule Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Matibidi Primary School

   

0

0

 

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Matsavane Primary Schol

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Mhlava Khosa

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Mpikaniso Primary

   

0

0

03

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Mtembeni Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Narishe Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Ndabeni H Primary

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Nembe Mhlaba Primary

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Nkonthasi Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Relane Primary

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

S H Nyalungu Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Soniye Primary

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bohlabela

Thulani Primary School

   

0

0

03

01

0

0

0

0

 

Bushbuckridge

M.O. Mashego Primary

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Bushbuckridge

Morei Primary

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Bushbuckridge

Samson Sibuyi Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Benjamin Primary

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Bongokuhle Primary School

   

0

0

03

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Chief Makunyula Primary School

   

0

0

03

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Driekoppies Combined School

   

0

0

04

01

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Ekucathuzeni Primary

   

0

0

03

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Enzani Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Gutjwa Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Inkambeni Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

John Mdluli Primary

   

0

0

03

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Lekazi Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Maqamela Primary School

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Matsafeni

   

0

0

03

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Moduping Combined School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Mshengu Inclusive School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Msogwaba Primary School

   

0

0

04

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Phambanisa Primary

   

0

0

04

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Sikhutsele Primary School

   

0

0

03

03

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Tekwane Primary School

   

0

0

01

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Tenteleni Primary

   

0

0

04

03

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Thula Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Tsembaletfu Primary School

   

0

0

03

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni

Victory Park Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Ehlanzeni Region

BUKHOSIBETFU PRIMARY SCHOOL

   

0

0

03

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Amersfoort Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Bhekimfundo Primary School

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Buyani Primary School

   

0

0

04

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Carolina Combined School

   

0

0

01

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Davel Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Earlybird Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Father Charles Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Ithole Primary School

   

0

0

04

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Laerskool Standerton

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Lifalethu Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Lindilanga Primary School

   

0

0

03

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Lothair Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Madzanga Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Makhosonke Primary School

   

0

0

01

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Nqobile Primary School

   

0

0

04

03

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Petrus Maziya Primary School

   

0

0

04

03

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Phembindlela Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Phumula Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Phumulani Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Qhubekani Primary

   

0

0

03

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Retsebile Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Siphumelele Combined School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Siyacathula Lower Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Siyeta Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Sizakhele Primary School

   

0

0

01

 

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Tegwan's Nest Combined School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Thandanani Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Tsatsimfundvo Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Tshepeha Secondary School

   

0

0

04

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Umsebe Primary School

   

0

0

04

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Vukuzenzele Combined School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Wakerstroom Primary School

   

0

0

04

02

0

0

0

0

 

Gert Sibande

Wesselton Primary School

   

0

0

04

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Sukumani Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Bazani

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Bongiduvha Combined School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Buthelelani J.P School

   

0

0

 

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Ebhudlweni Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Emfundweni Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Ezwenilethu Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Hendrina Primary School

   

0

0

03

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Jabulani Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Jeremia Mdaka Primary School

   

0

0

05

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Katjibane Primary School

   

0

0

01

 

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Kgantsho Primary School

   

0

0

05

03

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Kwakwari Primary School

   

0

0

04

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Langalibalele Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Lefiso Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Madlayedwa Secondary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Magaduzela Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Maloka Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Malontone Primary School

   

0

0

0

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Mandlakababa Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Mareleng Primary School

   

0

0

01

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Mathethe Primary

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Mnyamana Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Mthombeni Primary School

   

0

0

04

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Phakama Combined School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Phakgamang Primary School

   

0

0

02

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Ramabifi Primary School

   

0

0

01

00

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Retang Primary School

   

0

0

03

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Sibis Primary School

   

0

0

01

00

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Sijabule Primary School

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Sinetjhudu Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Siyabuswa Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Sizani Primary School

   

0

0

01

02

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Sizuzile Primary School

   

0

0

04

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Somarobogo Primary

   

0

0

02

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Thekiso Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Thembalihle Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Thembeka Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Tlhame Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Nkangala

Zikhuphule Primary School

   

0

0

06

02

0

0

0

0

NC

Frances Baard

Sol Plaatje Primary School

1

Remedial Support

0

0

0

2

0

4

0

0

   

Gaoshupe Makodi Primary School

0

0

0

0

05

02

1

0

1

0

 

John Taolo Gaetsewa

Deben Primêre Skool

0

0

0

0

0

01

0

16

0

0

   

Isagontle Primary

0

0

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Pixley Ka Seme

Alpha Primêre Skool

8

Remedial Support

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

   

Lowryville Primary School

2

Remedial Support

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

NW

Greater Delareyville

George Madoda Primary

Not available

Not available

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Greater Delareyville

Madibogo - Batlhaping Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Greater Delareyville

Manamolela Primary School

   

0

0

0

03

0

0

0

0

 

Greater Delareyville

Thutlwane Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

 

01

   
 

Greater Taung

Kgosikeehe Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Greater Taung

Lekwene Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Greater Taung

Manthe Primary School

   

0

0

0

00

0

0

0

0

 

Greater Taung

Tshabelang Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kagisano Molopo

Kamogelo

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kagisano Molopo

Kegakilwe Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kagisano Molopo

Lokgeng Public Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kagisano Molopo

Maiketso Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kagisano Molopo

Mochware

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kagisano Molopo

Seichokelo Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kgetleng River

Kgalagatsane

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kgetleng River

Koster Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kgetleng River

Moitshoki Mofenyi

   

0

0

0

 

0

0

0

0

 

Kgetleng River

Poifo

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Kgetleng River

Tapos Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Letlhabile

Kgabalatsane Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Letlhabile

Komane Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Letlhabile

Lesedi Le Legolo Prim

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Letlhabile

Tsewe Primary School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Lichtenburg

Hoërskool Coligny

   

0

0

16

02

0

0

0

0

 

Lichtenburg

Legae -Thuto Public School

   

0

0

01

01

0

0

0

0

 

Lichtenburg

Lichtenburg Primary School

   

0

0

0

0

0

01

0

0

 

Lichtenburg

Matlaba Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Lichtenburg

Phatsima Public School

   

0

0

0

01

 

01

   
 

Madibeng

Hoërskool Wagpos

   

0

0

0

04

 

18

   
 

Madibeng

Laerskool Sonop

   

0

0

0

01

 

01

   
 

Madibeng

Laerskool Voorwaarts Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

       
 

Mafikeng

Bodiri Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

       
 

Mafikeng

Danville Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Mafikeng

Mogosane Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Mafikeng

Phera Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Mafikeng

Sol Plaatjie Secondary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Maquassi Hills

Bophepa Public

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Maquassi Hills

Gontse

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Maquassi Hills

Laerskool Ottosdal

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Maquassi Hills

Thusang

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Maquassi Hills

Tumisang Public School

   

0

0

0

 

0

01

0

0

 

Matlosana

Abontle

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Matlosana

Alabama

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Matlosana

Bakang Primary

   

0

0

0

 

0

0

0

0

 

Matlosana

Boitumelo

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Matlosana

Klerksdorp Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Matlosana

Laerskool Unie

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Matlosana

P A Theron

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Matlosana

Reahola

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Matlosana

Selang Thuto Public

   

0

0

0

02

0

0

0

0

 

Matlosana

Western Reefs Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Moretele

Marapo A Thutlwa Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moretele

Ramoshie Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moretele

Resebone Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moretele

Thipe

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Moses Kotane East

Melotong Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moses Kotane East

Mochudi Middle School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moses Kotane East

Mphuphuthe School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moses Kotane East

Ramokoka Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moses Kotane East

Ratheo Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moses Kotane West

Kgolane Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Moses Kotane West

Leema Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moses Kotane West

Lekgatle Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Moses Kotane West

Makweleng Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Potchefstroom

Berts Bricks

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Potchefstroom

Letshelemane

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Potchefstroom

Nanogang

   

0

0

0

 

0

 

0

0

 

Potchefstroom

President Pretorius Laerskool

   

0

0

0

01

0

 

0

0

 

Rekopantswe

Ga-Israel Primary School

   

0

0

0

 

0

01

0

0

 

Rekopantswe

Gontse Monnapula

   

0

0

0

01

0

 

0

0

 

Rekopantswe

Stadt Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

04

0

0

 

Rekopantswe

Thuto-Metsi

   

0

0

0

01

0

 

0

0

 

Rekopantswe

Tshidilamolomo Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

 

0

0

 

Rustenburg

Bethanie Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

 

0

0

 

Rustenburg

Hoërskool Grenswag

   

0

0

0

 

0

 

0

0

 

Rustenburg

Laerskool Proteapark

   

0

0

0

01

0

04

0

0

 

Rustenburg

Lekwakwa Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Rustenburg

Marikana Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Rustenburg

Nkukise

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Rustenburg

Reuben Monareng

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Taledi

Floradene

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Taledi

Mamusa Primary School

   

0

0

0

02

0

02

0

0

 

Taledi

Molemoeng

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Taledi

Motlhamare

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Taledi

Retlaadira Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Zeerust

Bosugakobo Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Zeerust

Lefoko Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Zeerust

Lencoe Primary School

   

0

0

0

02

0

0

0

0

 

Zeerust

Majabe Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Zeerust

Marekwa Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

0

0

0

 

Zeerust

Ntsweletsoku Primary School

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

WC

Cape Winelands

Alfred Stamper Pub. Prim.

Not available

Not available

0

0

0

03

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Ashbury Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Bonnievale Prim.

   

0

0

0

04

0

04

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Breërivier Hs

   

0

0

0

03

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

De Villiers Laer.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

F.J. Conradie Prim

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Gimnasium Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

H. Venter Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Klapmuts Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Magnolia Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Mbekweni Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Mooi-Uitsig Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Nduli Primary

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

New Orleans Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Newton Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

P.J.B. Cona Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Rietenbosch Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Saron Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

St. Mark's Prim. (Worc)

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Steenvliet Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Victoriapark Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

W.F. Loots Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Weber Gedenk Ngk Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Wellington Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

03

0

0

 

Cape Winelands

Worcester-Noord Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

A.H. Barnard Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Acacia Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Bertie Barnard Ls.

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Conville Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

04

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

De Villiers Prim.

   

0

0

0

04

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

De Waalville Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Dysselsdorp Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Erika Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Excelsior Vgk Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Formosa Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Fraaisig Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Garden Route Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Haarlem Sek.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Hartenbos Ls.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Isalathiso Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

John D Crawford Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Karatara Ls.

   

0

0

0

00

0

00

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Laingsburg Hs.

   

0

0

0

01

0

09

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

M M Mateza Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

New Dawn Park Prim.

   

0

0

0

 

0

 

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Park Ls. Mosselbaai

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Prins Albert Prim.

   

0

0

0

04

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Protea Laer.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

St. Konrad Rk Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Thembelitsha Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Van Der Hoven Ls.

   

0

0

0

00

0

0

0

0

 

Eden And Central Karoo

Volschenk Ls.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro Central

Bonga Lower Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro Central

Bridgeville Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

05

0

0

 

Metro Central

Central Park Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Metro Central

Claremont Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Metro Central

I. D. Mkize Sen Sec

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Metro Central

Morgenson Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro Central

Ned Doman Hs.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro Central

Pinelands North Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro Central

Silverstream Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro Central

Sonderend Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro Central

St. Agnes's Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Metro Central

Tygerhof Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro East

Aristea Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro East

Bellpark Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro East

Brackenfell Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Metro East

Cavalleria Prim

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Metro East

Danie Ackermann Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro East

Helderkruin Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

04

0

0

 

Metro East

Hlula Street Prim (Khayelitsha)

   

0

0

0

02

0

05

0

0

 

Metro East

Kukhanyile Publ. Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

02

0

0

 

Metro East

Macassar Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

04

0

0

 

Metro East

Palm Park Prim

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Metro East

R.R. Franks Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro East

Sarepta Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro East

Scottsville Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro East

Sir Lowry's Pass Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro East

Sivuyiseni Publ. Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

05

0

0

 

Metro East

Soyisile Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Metro East

St. Paul's Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

01

0

0

 

Metro North

Alpha Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Balvenie Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Bosmansdam Hs.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Bosmansdam Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

De Waveren Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Dr. Van Der Ross Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Du Noon Prim

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Metro North

Durbanville Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Gardenia Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Goeie Hoop Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Hermeslaan Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Imvumelwano Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Kairos Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Northway Prim.

   

0

0

0

03

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Parkview Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Parow Voorb.

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Metro North

Parow-Noord Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Rainbow Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Ruyterwacht Voorb.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro North

Simonsberg Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Metro North

Vergenoegd Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Metro South

A.Z. Berman Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Metro South

Capricorn Prim

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Metro South

Cascade Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro South

Fairview Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro South

John Graham Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

04

0

0

 

Metro South

Liwa Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro South

Pelican Park High School

   

0

0

0

 

0

03

0

0

 

Metro South

Pelican Park Primary

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Metro South

Sun Valley Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Metro South

Zwaanswyk Acadamy/Akademie

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Overberg

B.F. Oosthuizen Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Overberg

Bontebok Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Overberg

De Heide Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Overberg

Elandsrivier Ngk Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

02

0

0

 

Overberg

Gansbaai Academia

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Overberg

Gansbaai Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Overberg

Hawston Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Overberg

Kathleen Murray Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Overberg

Kosie De Wet Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

Overberg

L.R. Schmidt Mor Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

04

0

0

 

Overberg

Lukhanyo Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Overberg

Pineview Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Overberg

Riviersonderend Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

Overberg

Suurbraak Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

Overberg

Swartberg Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

Citrusdal Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

Dirkie Uys Ls.

   

0

0

0

01

0

12

0

0

 

West Coast

Elizabethfontein Mor Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

08

0

0

 

West Coast

Hopefield Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

Jurie Hayes Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

Laurie Hugo Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

West Coast

Liebenberg Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

07

0

0

 

West Coast

Olifantsvallei Prim

   

0

0

0

01

0

12

0

0

 

West Coast

P.W. De Bruin Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

Sederberg Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

St. Andrew's Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

Steynville Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

04

0

0

 

West Coast

Steynville Sek.

   

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

West Coast

Swartland Ls.

   

0

0

0

02

0

11

0

0

 

West Coast

Uitkyk Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

Vergenoeg Rk Prim.

   

0

0

0

01

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

Vredendal-Noord Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

 

West Coast

Willemsvallei Prim.

   

0

0

0

02

0

03

0

0

Annexure B

The table below provides enrolment figures in Full-Service Schools in 2014 by category of disability

(Source: Annual School Survey for Ordinary Public Schools, 2014)

Province

Institution_Name

Attention Deficit Disorder

Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Behavioural Disorder

Blind

Cerebral Palsied

Deaf

Deaf/Blind Disabled

Epilepsy

Hard of Hearing

Mild to Moderate Intellectual Disability

Multiple Disabled

Partially Sighted/Low Vision

Physically Disabled

Psychiatric disorder

Severe to Profound Intellectual Disability

Specific Learning Disabled

EC

ELUNDINI PRIMARY SCHOOL

   

1

         

1

62

1

     

3

4

EC

EBHOTWE JUNIOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

11

4

5

 

3

   

8

4

66

 

8

10

   

56

EC

LENGENI JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

               

1

     

1

   

1

EC

BOLENI JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

1

             

2

     

1

9

   

EC

NTSIMBINI JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

             

2

16

   

7

1

   

4

EC

KwaQONDA SENIOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

2

 

10

   

1

     

2

2

 

2

   

49

EC

LUGWIJINI JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

                   

1

1

5

     

EC

ZANOKHANYO SENIOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

               

1

             

EC

CRADOCK PRIMARY SCHOOL

17

 

1

1

       

2

56

 

7

   

12

20

EC

NONESI PUBLIC SCHOOL

         

1

                   

FS

MOTSHEPUWA P/S

 

2

1

             

22

       

1

FS

KGATO P/S

                             

109

FS

JIM FOUCHé S/S

14

1

12

   

1

   

2

148

 

4

1

 

2

13

FS

FAUNA P/S

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

 

0

0

0

1

186

FS

UNIVERSITAS P/S

 

1

         

1

1

           

106

FS

POLOKEHONG P/S

                 

1

           

FS

SENTRAAL P/S

                 

237

       

1

 

FS

KEGOMODITSWE P/S

   

3

       

8

3

 

2

2

       

FS

HLABOLOHA P/S

2

 

2

       

1

1

4

 

1

   

6

11

FS

BULTFONTEIN C/S

 

1

 

1

         

1

       

1

17

FS

HLOHLOLWANE P/S

   

1

           

11

   

1

 

2

 

FS

KATISO P/S

 

3

29

       

1

1

2

 

10

1

 

3

33

FS

UNICOM P/S

                 

43

     

1

5

80

FS

LUCKHOFF P/S

1

                           

23

FS

PULAMADIBOHO P/S

       

1

     

1

2

   

1

 

2

 

FS

JACOBSDAL P/S

2

       

1

           

1

 

15

70

FS

JAGERSFONTEIN I/S

       

2

   

1

1

53

   

2

 

80

28

FS

KOFFIEFONTEIN C/S

1

                           

25

FS

LERAPO P/S

2

 

5

           

21

1

1

1

 

1

19

FS

MALEBALEBA P/S

   

1

   

1

 

4

 

8

 

3

2

 

1

1

FS

REITZ C/S

6

               

4

   

1

 

1

38

FS

THEHA SETJHABA P/S

18

1

5

       

4

7

10

 

16

2

 

1

78

FS

SENEKAL P/S

3

1

         

1

             

81

FS

MOFULATSHEPE P/S

                 

57

       

35

 

FS

DIEKETSENG P/S

1

             

1

65

       

1

 

FS

DR MG MNGOMA

3

               

10

       

3

4

FS

WINBURG C/S

                           

1

 

FS

LESAOANA I/S

35

10

10

   

6

1

2

5

13

 

19

8

1

 

11

FS

QWABI P/S

1

             

1

15

 

1

       

FS

LETLOTLO P/S

 

2

2

     

1

1

4

19

 

2

6

 

9

11

FS

ZASTRON P/S

1

 

7

 

1

   

1

1

           

77

GT

BACHANA MOKWENA PRIMARY SCHOOL

 

3

         

2

4

8

 

5

       

KZ

BHAQA P. SCHOOL

       

1

       

1

           

KZ

CASSINO PRIMARY SCHOOL

                       

1

     

KZ

ENKELABANTWANA FULL SERVICE SCHOOL

   

1

             

3

 

1

   

9

KZ

GASELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

   

3

       

3

     

3

     

7

KZ

GINGINDLOVU PRIMARY SCHOOL

                       

1

     

KZ

IMBEWENHLE PRIMARY SCHOOL

                   

1

         

KZ

KHASELIHLE FULL SERVICE SCHOOL

1

                             

KZ

KWAMAME FULL - SERVICE SCHOOL

 

1

 

1

                       

KZ

MAMPUNGA PRIMARY

       

6

                     

KZ

MBELENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

 

1

6

         

4

 

1

7

     

108

KZ

MGAZI SECONDARY SCHOOL

               

1

     

3

     

KZ

MZINGWENYA INTERMEDIATE PRIMARY SCHOOL

                   

1

         

KZ

NKABINI PRIMARY SCHOOL

                       

1

     

KZ

NOKUKHANYA PRIMARY SCHOOL

1

       

42

 

1

 

57

 

13

   

1

1

KZ

NTININI PRIMARY SCHOOL

                     

1

5

 

2

 

KZ

SAPHUMELELA F.S. SCHOOL

                       

2

     

KZ

SILAMBO FULL SERVICE SCHOOL

22

 

15

         

18

 

26

4

1

   

62

KZ

MPONTSHINI FULL SERVICE PRIMARY SCHOOL

             

1

2

 

9

12

6

   

27

KZ

ESIQHINGINI FULL SERVICE SCHOOL

2

             

1

   

2

       

LP

HARRY OPPENHEIMER AGRIC HIGH SCHOOL

                       

5

     

LP

MMAMAKWA FULL SERVICE SCHOOL

7

 

6

1

3

1

 

1

15

3

7

20

3

   

9

LP

MARIVENI FULL SERVICE SCHOOL

     

1

 

1

           

4

 

46

1

LP

ST. BRENDAN'S CATHOLIC SECONDARY

                       

3

     

LP

MAHLODUMELA LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL

14

 

11

       

1

             

1

LP

EUREKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

             

1

               

LP

MOKGALABE PRIMARY SCHOOL

                 

3

         

9

LP

MARUMOFASE PRIMARY SCHOOL

                 

33

       

7

16

LP

TSHISAHULU PRIMARY SCHOOL

1

             

2

9

2

3

8

   

2

LP

SIBISI PRIMARY SCHOOL

   

7

           

11

1

 

1

   

32

MP

CHIEF MAKUNYULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

0

0

0

       

0

0

   

0

0

     

MP

FATHER CHARLES PRIMARY SCHOOL

         

1

   

2

 

4

 

1

     

MP

GUTJWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

   

0

                         

MP

LAERSKOOL STANDERTON

7

 

1

         

1

8

 

26

   

2

2

MP

LINDILANGA PRIMARY SCHOOL

                       

2

   

6

MP

MARIFAAN PRIMARY SCHOOL

                             

1

MP

MNYAMANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

1

     

2

                     

MP

NQOBILE PRIMARY SCHOOL

1

                             

MP

PHEMBINDLELA PRIMARY SCHOOL

   

1

   

1

   

3

2

   

2

1

7

 

MP

PHUMULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

               

2

             

MP

RETANG PRIMARY SCHOOL

                 

2

         

1

MP

SIYACATHULA PRIMARY SCHOOL

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

0

0

0

0

0

MP

TSATSIMFUNDVO PRIMARY SCHOOL

2

2

7

 

4

 

1

 

3

1

 

1

4

 

2

19

MP

TSEMBALETFU PRIMARY SCHOOL

   

2

       

1

6

     

8

   

70

MP

MTEMBENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

             

1

       

2

     

MP

EMFULENI PRIMARY SCHOOL

                       

1

     

MP

DIPHASWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

                       

1

2

 

1

MP

NARISHE PRIMARY SCHOOL

1

 

12

         

3

4

17

2

1

   

2

NC

SOL PLAATJIE PRIMARY SCHOOL

                       

1

     

NC

ALPHA PRIMÊRE SKOOL

                       

3

     

NW

BERT`S BRICKS PRIMARY

1

 

1

           

23

           

NW

BOITUMELO INTERMEDIATE

4

 

5

     

1

   

5

       

1

 

NW

HIGH SCHOOL COLIGNY

         

1

                   

NW

FLORADENE PRIMARY SCHOOL

                 

17

         

1

NW

GA-ISRAEL PRIMARY SCHOOL

                     

1

1

     

NW

HOERSKOOL GRENSWAG

                       

1

   

7

NW

KLERKSDORP PRIMARY SCHOOL

               

1

   

2

 

0

 

11

NW

LAERSKOOL P.A. THERON

         

1

     

12

         

1

NW

LAERSKOOL PROTEAPARK

120

8

42

0

4

2

 

2

16

12

 

8

6

4

34

24

NW

LEFOKO PRIMARY SCHOOL

   

3

 

1

         

1

 

1

 

1

 

NW

LEGAE-THUTO PRIMARY SCHOOL

11

 

1

   

2

 

6

           

1

 

NW

LEKWAKWA PRIMARY

                       

1

     

NW

LENCOE PRIMARY

6

     

9

                   

1

NW

LAERSKOOL PRESIDENT PRETORIUS

28

               

52

           

NW

MAJABE PRIMARY SCHOOL

                 

10

   

1

     

NW

MAKWELENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

   

11

   

1

 

2

2

33

 

5

3

     

NW

MAREKWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

                 

1

       

2

 

NW

MOLEMOENG PRIMARY SCHOOL

                       

1

     

NW

MPHUPHUTHE PRIMARY

0

                             

NW

PHATSIMA PRIMARY SCHOOL

1

     

2

   

2

1

2

       

7

4

NW

REAHOLA PRIMARY

15

 

1

 

1

   

1

1

13

       

1

7

NW

LAERSKOOL UNIE

                 

19

           

NW

WESTERN REEFS PRIMARY

                       

1

     

NW

GONTSE PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL

                   

1

 

3

 

1

 

NW

ALABAMA COMBINED SCHOOL

             

1

               

WC

PAROW VOORB.

2

4

           

1

45

   

1

 

4

 

WC

RUYTERWACHT VOORB.

1

               

6

       

6

 

WC

ARISTEA PRIM.

                 

7

   

2

 

4

2

WC

BELLPARK PRIM.

6

               

6

   

1

 

12

 

WC

DURBANVILLE PRIM.

1

                             

WC

PAROW-NOORD PRIM.

 

1

     

1

   

1

31

       

3

1

WC

SIMONSBERG PRIM.

             

1

       

1

     

WC

DE WAVEREN PRIM.

4

               

10

       

2

1

WC

GOEIE HOOP PRIM.

                 

11

         

2

WC

ALPHA PRIM.

1

               

14

 

1

   

12

3

WC

GARDENIA PRIM.

1

               

5

       

1

4

WC

DR. VAN DER ROSS PRIM.

                 

7

       

2

6

WC

PINELANDS NORTH PRIM.

11

1

         

1

 

11

         

46

WC

BOSMANSDAM HS.

3

             

1

2

 

1

     

9

WC

BALVENIE PRIM.

1

               

1

       

13

1

WC

CENTRAL PARK PRIM.

4

               

6

         

5

WC

ST. AGNES'S PRIM.

1

               

12

           

WC

TYGERHOF PRIM.

                 

12

           

WC

SUN VALLEY PRIM.

                             

1

WC

PELICAN PARK HIGH SCHOOL

2

       

2

     

1

         

8

WC

CLAREMONT PRIM.

                 

14

         

1

WC

JOHN GRAHAM PRIM.

                 

13

           

WC

ZWAANSWYK ACADEMY/AKADEMIE

                 

9

         

5

WC

FAIRVIEW PRIM.

                 

14

         

8

WC

MORGENSON PRIM.

                 

1

           

WC

BRIDGEVILLE PRIM.

                             

1

WC

SONDEREND PRIM.

                 

11

         

6

WC

NED DOMAN HS.

       

1

1

     

3

         

11

WC

LUDWE NGAMLANA PRIMARY SCHOOL

                 

9

       

1

11

WC

KUKHANYILE PUBL. PRIM.

                 

2

           

WC

SOYISILE PRIM.

                 

6

   

1

   

3

WC

SIVUYISENI PUBL. PRIM.

                 

4

         

21

WC

BONGA LOWER PRIM.

1

               

2

         

4

WC

I. D. MKIZE SEN SEC

         

3

     

4

         

1

WC

LIWA PRIM.

                             

8

WC

CASCADE PRIM.

                 

13

         

2

WC

A.Z. BERMAN PRIM.

                             

1

WC

BRACKENFELL PRIM.

3

               

9

         

1

WC

SAREPTA PRIM.

               

1

9

   

1

   

2

WC

R.R. FRANKS PRIM.

                 

10

 

1

     

6

WC

SCOTTSVILLE PRIM.

                 

8

       

1

2

WC

VERGENOEGD PRIM.

                 

2

       

3

17

WC

PALM PARK PRIM

                 

12

           

WC

KAIROS PRIM.

                 

7

       

2

2

WC

RAINBOW PRIM.

                 

14

         

1

WC

MBEKWENI PRIM.

1

           

2

 

12

 

1

1

 

2

3

WC

GIMNASIUM PRIM.

                 

5

         

5

WC

MAGNOLIA PRIM.

                           

11

3

WC

NEW ORLEANS PRIM.

                       

1

     

WC

RIETENBOSCH PRIM.

 

1

             

9

   

1

   

2

WC

ST. PAUL'S PRIM.

                 

9

         

6

WC

WEBER GEDENK NGK PRIM.

                 

4

       

1

6

WC

DANIE ACKERMANN PRIM.

                 

10

         

1

WC

MACASSAR PRIM.

         

1

     

8

       

3

2

WC

NEWTON PRIM.

                 

9

   

2

 

1

2

WC

WELLINGTON PRIM.

                             

3

WC

DE HEIDE PRIM.

                 

9

   

2

   

3

WC

KATHLEEN MURRAY PRIM.

                 

6

         

9

WC

SWARTBERG PRIM.

2

               

2

   

1

 

1

11

WC

PINEVIEW PRIM.

                 

1

           

WC

KOSIE DE WET PRIM.

                 

7

         

10

WC

L.R. SCHMIDT MOR PRIM.

2

                           

13

WC

GANSBAAI ACADEMIA

2

               

2

         

4

WC

LUKHANYO PRIM.

                 

2

   

1

 

1

8

WC

HAWSTON PRIM.

                             

1

WC

GANSBAAI PRIM.

                             

15

WC

DE WAALVILLE PRIM.

6

1

         

1

 

9

         

2

WC

B.F. OOSTHUIZEN PRIM.

                 

19

   

1

     

WC

BONTEBOK PRIM.

                 

3

         

11

WC

BONNIEVALE PRIM.

                 

14

 

1

3

 

2

3

WC

NEW DAWN PARK PRIM.

                 

9

         

6

WC

M M MATEZA PRIM.

                 

1

       

1

27

WC

CONVILLE PRIM.

                 

9

 

1

   

4

 

WC

THEMBELITSHA PRIM.

                 

7

       

2

1

WC

KARATARA LS.

                 

2

           

WC

FRAAISIG PRIM.

             

1

 

17

       

5

1

WC

FORMOSA PRIM.

                 

6

 

1

   

6

2

WC

ISALATHISO PRIM.

                 

17

           

WC

HARTENBOS LS.

                 

6

         

4

WC

PARK LS. MOSSELBAAI

10

1

           

1

12

           

WC

ERIKA PRIM.

                 

6

       

8

2

WC

GARDEN ROUTE PRIM.

1

               

4

       

12

1

WC

BERTIE BARNARD LS.

                 

7

       

6

 

WC

VOLSCHENK LS.

1

               

11

       

1

1

WC

EXCELSIOR VGK PRIM.

2

               

1

       

11

 

WC

PROTEA LAER.

3

               

8

       

6

 

WC

DE VILLIERS PRIM.

1

                           

1

WC

DYSSELSDORP PRIM.

1

       

1

     

6

         

7

WC

ST. KONRAD RK PRIM.

                 

13

       

1

 

WC

HAARLEM SEK.

                 

16

         

14

WC

NDULI PRIM.

2

             

2

3

 

1

1

 

1

5

WC

ST. MARK'S PRIM. (WORC)

                 

10

       

2

 

WC

MOOI-UITSIG PRIM.

               

2

6

       

4

4

WC

H. VENTER PRIM.

                 

6

       

6

2

WC

ASHBURY PRIM.

             

1

 

1

       

10

15

WC

DE VILLIERS LAER.

1

               

15

   

3

 

18

14

WC

SARON PRIM.

6

               

6

   

1

 

2

1

WC

W.F. LOOTS PRIM.

                 

6

       

15

 

WC

ALFRED STAMPER PUB. PRIM.

                 

1

         

2

WC

P.J.B. CONA PRIM.

1

               

2

 

1

2

   

4

WC

WORCESTER-NOORD PRIM.

                 

21

         

2

WC

STEENVLIET PRIM.

                 

10

   

2

 

3

 

WC

F.J. CONRADIE PRIM.

                 

2

       

12

 

WC

VICTORIAPARK PRIM.

                 

7

       

1

 

WC

BREëRIVIER HS.

                 

2

         

3

WC

HOPEFIELD PRIM.

                 

9

       

4

2

WC

DIRKIE UYS LS.

       

2

     

1

3

       

5

3

WC

SWARTLAND LS.

4

       

2

     

10

       

11

 

WC

HERMESLAAN PRIM.

                 

12

       

2

 

WC

LIEBENBERG PRIM.

         

1

                 

1

WC

STEYNVILLE PRIM.

         

1

     

4

   

2

 

5

1

WC

WILLEMSVALLEI PRIM.

                           

7

30

WC

ST. ANDREW'S PRIM.

9

1

             

10

       

1

2

WC

OLIFANTSVALLEI PRIM

                             

1

WC

CITRUSDAL PRIM.

                 

1

       

13

 

WC

P.W. DE BRUIN PRIM.

         

1

     

13

       

4

 

WC

SEDERBERG PRIM.

                 

4

       

9

 

WC

ELIZABETHFONTEIN MOR PRIM.

                 

3

   

1

 

9

 

WC

VERGENOEG RK PRIM.

3

               

1

   

1

 

11

1

WC

VREDENDAL-NOORD PRIM.

4

               

23

       

10

11

WC

JOHN D CRAWFORD PRIM.

                 

1

       

9

1

WC

A.H. BARNARD PRIM.

                 

7

       

5

1

WC

LAINGSBURG HS.

                             

1

WC

ACACIA PRIM.

1

     

1

       

3

       

1

9

WC

PRINS ALBERT PRIM.

               

2

2

       

6

3

02 October 2015 - NW3349

Profile picture: Lees, Mr RA

Lees, Mr RA to ask the Minister of Finance

What was (a) the total (i) revenue collection target, (ii) actual revenue collected and (iii) variance between the revenue target and revenue collected and (b) the breakdown of the total (i) revenue collection target, (ii) actual revenue collected and (iii) variance between the revenue target and revenue collected during the period 1 April 2015 up to the latest specified date for which information is available?

Reply:

(a) The National Treasury publishes detailed statement on actual tax revenue received into the National Revenue Fund on a monthly basis in the Government Gazette and on its website. This is done within 30 days after the end of each month, in terms of section 32(1) of the Public Finance Management Act 1 of 1999. The latest available monthly statement is for the period ending 31 July 2015, which was published as part of on 28 August 2015 (refer to Statement of the National Revenue, Expenditure and Borrowing as 31 July 2015 published by the Director-General of the Treasury, as attached). The data for the period ending August 2015 will be published by the end of September 2015.

The information below refers to the annual tax revenue targets as published in the 2015 Budget Review, and the actual collections for the year to date for this fiscal year and the previous fiscal year. The Treasury does not publish monthly revenue targets as these can be subject to great volatility. As you are aware, the Treasury does revise the annual tax revenue targets in October every year during the Medium Budget Policy Statement, and again in the annual Budget.

(i) The total (gross) tax revenue target for the 2015/16 fiscal years is R1 081 275 million. This is R94 992 million, or 9.6 per cent, higher than the actual collections of R986 283 million for the previous fiscal year.

(ii) The actual total tax revenue collections for the period April to July 2015 (the first four months of the 2015/16 fiscal year) amounted R309 742 364 million. The actual total tax revenue collections for the period April to July 2014 (the first four months of the 2014/15 fiscal year) amounted R279 047 million.

(iii) Hence the actual total tax revenue collections during the first four months of the 2015/16 fiscal year is R29 376 million, or 10.5 per cent, higher that for the same period last year.

(b) The table attached (Statement 1 as published on 28 August 2015) provides the breakdown of the aggregate (total) data provide in (a) by tax type. The table indicates that in nominal terms corporate income tax revenue, during the first four month of the 2015/16 fiscal year, were below the actual collections during the first four months of the previous fiscal year by 1.5 per cent. This may be an indication that total corporate income tax revenue for the 2015/16 fiscal is likely to be below the target for the year. It should, however, be noted that most corporate tax revenue is collected at the end of each quarter with June and December the more important months.

02 October 2015 - NW3411

Profile picture: Nkomo, Ms SJ

Nkomo, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

(1)How many South Africans currently hold dual citizenship; (2) which are the top five countries to which our citizens claim dual citizenship; (3) (a) what is the total number of South African citizens that relinquished their citizenship over the past five years and (b) how many of the specified citizens relinquished their citizenship because they were acquiring foreign citizenship of a country that does not allow dual citizenship?

Reply:

(1) According to available information, there are 16 353 South Africans for the period 2011 to 2015.

(2) The top five countries are Australia, Britain, Canada, Ireland and United States of America.

(3)(a) 2032

(3)(b) 2032

02 October 2015 - NW3427

Profile picture: Maynier, Mr D

Maynier, Mr D to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether the National Treasury intends to expand the scope of the mandatory cost containment measures specified in the National Treasury Instruction 01 of 2013/2014; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

After more than 18 months of implementing Treasury Instruction 01 of 2013/2014, the National Treasury recognises that further savings could be realised by refining the cost containment applicable to institutions governed by the PFMA. For instance, conference expenditure has been identified as an area in which expenditure could be curtailed. Once the refined document has been through the approved processes it will replace the current one.

02 October 2015 - NW3346

Profile picture: Maynier, Mr D

Maynier, Mr D to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether (a) a certain consulting company (name furnished) and/or (b) any other specified consulting company conducted any work for the National Treasury (i) in the (aa) 2013-14 and (bb) 2014-15 financial years and/or (ii) during the period 1 April 2015 up to the latest specified date for which information is available; if so, in respect of each specified project, (aaa) what was the nature of the project, (bbb) on what date did the project (aaaa) begin and (bbbb) end, (ccc) what was the title of any report(s) produced as a result of the project and (ddd) what was the total expenditure; if not, why not in each specified case?

Reply:

(a) Yes

(b) NA, no other consulting company specified

(a)(i)(aa) Yes

(a)(i)(bb) No

(a)(ii) No

(a)(aaa) Whitepaper: Regulatory Conduct Reform

(a)(bbb)(aaaa) 1 December 2013

(a)(bbb)(bbbb) 30 April 2014

(a)(ccc) Development of a discussion document on conduct of business policy for the financial service sector in South Africa.

(a)(ddd) R1,083,000.00

02 October 2015 - NW3608

Profile picture: Lovemore, Ms AT

Lovemore, Ms AT to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)With reference to her reply to question 3042 on 8 September 2015, (a) what steps still have to be taken in order to finalise the 2014 National Education Evaluation and Development Unit (NEEDU) report and (b) when does she expect to receive the specified report; (2) will she release the specified report to the public; if not, why not; if so, when does she anticipate to do so; (3) will the Regulations for the Establishment of the Office of Standards and Compliance for Basic Education be gazetted for public comment; if not, why not; if so, when; (4) (a) why and (b) on what legal basis has she approved draft regulations which do not make the publication of NEEDU or other reports presented to her mandatory?

Reply:

Question 1(a)

  • In 2014, NEEDU evaluated 183 schools: 93 schools offering Grades 7-9 and 90 offering Grades 10-12, 25 districts and nine provinces. A total of 217 reports, one for every site visited, were prepared. These reports had to be collated into a national report. This entails extensive analysis of large volumes of both qualitative and quantitative data. The analysis of data took longer because, unlike in the previous evaluations, the 2014 systemic evaluations involved two phases: Senior and Further Education and Training (FET). Because NEEDU did not have the capacity to do complex statistical analysis of the quantitative data that was collected from schools, districts and provinces, a service provider was appointed to analyse data. The procurement process in appointing the service provider also added to the delays in finalising the 2014 Report. A draft report has been prepared. NEEDU is doing the final editing before it is submitted to the Department for comments.

Question 1(b)

  • NEEDU will submit the draft report to the Department for comments on 30 September 2015.

Question 2

In terms of the NEEDU protocol, each site visited (including schools, districts, provinces and the national office) is given four to six weeks to comment on the NEEDU draft report before a report is finalised. This practice, which was followed before the 2012 and 2013 NEEDU Reports were finalised, will also be followed with regard to the 2015 Report. It is only after NEEDU has carefully considered all comments made by the Department that the report is finalised and submitted to the Ministry.

Upon receipt of the NEEDU Report, in line with the provision of section 7(1)(g) of the Regulations for the Establishment of the Office of Standards and Compliance for Basic Education (OSCBE), currently known as NEEDU, “the Minister may publish the report.” This provision empowers the Minister to publish NEEDU reports at her discretion.

Question 3

In 2012 the NEEDU Bill was gazetted for public comment. Comments from the public were received and changes were incorporated in the final draft. When, in 2013, the Department of Public Service and Administration advised NEEDU to abandon the Bill route in favour of establishing NEEDU as a “government component” called OSCBE, the NEEDU Bill was packaged into “Regulations for the establishment of OSCBE” without any changes. In other words, the Regulations for the establishment of OSCBE are not different from the final draft of the NEEDU Bill. In fact, the Regulations are nothing but euphemism for the already gazetted NEEDU Bill. Thus, the Regulations will not be gazetted for public comment for the second time.

Question 4

As with any legislation, the Regulations for the Establishment of OSCBE contain both peremptory and directory provisions. Giving the Minister the authority to use her discretion whether or not to make NEEDU reports public, as contemplated in Section 7(1)(g) in the Regulations for the Establishment of OSCBE, is one of the few directory provisions contained in the Regulations. Directory provisions are used in various pieces of legislation and policies and are not unique to the Regulations for the Establishment of OSCBE.

02 October 2015 - NW3443

Profile picture: Chance, Mr R

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

Has she read the PricewaterhouseCoopers report on emerging companies released in Cape Town on 25 August 2015, which gives a detailed insight into the state of emerging technology-based companies in South Africa; if not, why not; if so, what lessons is she and her department taking from the report?

Reply:

The Minister has read the Pricewaterhouse Coopers report on emerging companies recently released in Cape Town.

  1. Overall, the report highlights initiatives that the department is already planning and implementing. For example, the report proposes that entrepreneurship should be taught from lower grades. This gives an impression that the authors are not aware of what government is doing in this regard. To be specific, the Department of Small Business Development works very closely with the Human Resource Development Council to implement recommendations of the Enabling Entrepreneurship Task Team, of which one of them is to introduce entrepreneurship education from Grade R to 12. This particular recommendation was approved by the Council of Education Ministers in 2014.
  2. The report puts emphasis on partnerships by various stakeholders and the department agrees with this proposal. In fact, strategic partnerships with the private sector, State Owned Entities and the donor community are part of the strategic objectives of the department. As such the department has a clear plan to unblock the challenges faced by small businesses and co-operatives through implementing the following initiatives in line with the proposal of the PWC report indicated on page 97:

 (i) Increase the size of the procurement pie

The department is focusing on both the private and public sector’s procurement opportunities through using the Codes of Good Practice and the 30% set aside policy, respectively.

ii) Improve mentoring and networking structures to facilitate growth opportunities

The department, through the Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda), is implementing a programme of improving the quality of advice provided to SMMEs and co-operatives through a partnership agreement with Switzerland’s State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO).

iii) Closing the funding gap

The department is currently reviewing all funding instruments in order to identify gaps and improve the performance of funding institutions, in particular the Small Enterprise Finance Agency (sefa).

Rapid implementation and follow-up execution by Government

The department agrees with this recommendation from the PWC report and further states that additional budget would enable the department to move with speed in upscaling its plans.

v) Our history allows for increased entrepreneurial opportunity

The department has a bias towards rural and township enterprise development and this focus would allow for more previously disadvantaged entrepreneurs to participate in the economic mainstream.

02 October 2015 - NW3562

Profile picture: Lees, Mr RA

Lees, Mr RA to ask the Minister of Finance

(1)What is the total number of voluntary withdrawals that were made from each specified pension fund falling under the Government Pensions Administration Agency (GPAA) (a) in each specified month and (b) in the (i) 2014-15 financial year and (ii) during the period 1 April 2015 up to the latest specified date for which information is available; (2) what was the breakdown of these figures by (a) race, (b) gender, (c) sector and (d) province; (3) whether the GPAA conducted any research into the high level of withdrawals from pension funds; if not, why not; if so, what were the main findings?

Reply:

(1) The total number of voluntary withdrawals that were processed in respect of the GEPF, being the only contributory Fund the GPAA manages is detailed below. (The other Funds: IOD, Military Pensions, Post-retirement Medical Aid and Special Pensions are non-contributory.) The Government Pensions Administration Agency's (GPAA) records indicate (a) in each specified month and (b) in the (i) 2014-15 financial year and (ii) during the period 1 April 2015 up to the latest specified date that the following resignation claims were processed:

Month

2014/2015

2015/2016

April

2 830

4 334

May

2 433

4 055

June

2 701

3 240

July

3 528

3 615

August

3 456

3 092

September

3 726

-

October

3 717

-

November

4 482

-

December

3 411

-

January

3 811

-

February

4 949

-

March

4 236

-

Total

43 280

18 336

(2) The breakdown of these figures by (a) race, (b) gender, (c) sector for 2014-15 Financial year:

Race

Gender

Employer (sector)

Total

   

Education

Health

SAPS

Correctional Service

Other

 

African

Female

8 571

7 517

474

207

3 067

19 836

 

Male

5 164

2 767

1 480

635

3 249

13 295

Asian

Female

175

254

27

5

114

575

 

Male

59

132

72

13

80

356

Coloured

Female

588

1 161

155

45

437

2 386

 

Male

344

314

380

208

349

1 595

White

Female

1 047

639

238

47

519

2 490

 

Male

293

237

303

191

349

1 373

Not allocated

Female

232

205

35

9

212

693

 

Male

169

106

52

12

342

681

Total

16 642

13 332

3 216

1 372

8 718

43 280

(2) Continued: The breakdown of these figures by (a) race, (b) gender, (c) sector for 2015-16 until 31 August 2015:

Race

Gender

Employer (sector)

Total

   

Education

Health

SAPS

Correctional Service

Other

 

African

Female

3 358

2 976

255

64

1 181

7 834

 

Male

2 226

1 236

975

261

1 475

6 173

Asian

Female

89

109

9

2

34

243

 

Male

30

53

33

4

34

154

Coloured

Female

221

342

74

12

204

853

 

Male

152

115

206

76

174

723

White

Female

509

272

136

19

196

1 132

 

Male

155

92

155

54

158

614

Not allocated

Female

113

94

10

5

92

314

 

Male

85

49

18

7

137

296

Total

6 938

5 338

1 871

504

3 685

18 336

(2) Continued: The breakdown of these figures by (c) sector and (d) Province for 2014-15:

Province

Employer

Total

 

Education

Health

SAPS

Correctional Service

Other

 

Eastern Cape

1 922

1 827

 

0

1 038

4 787

Freestate

878

644

27

0

272

1 821

Gauteng

4 987

2 623

2

0

556

8 168

Kwazulu Natal

3 734

3 562

6

6

667

7 975

Limpopo

1 493

1 074

7

0

436

3 010

Mpumalanga

1 289

740

0

0

342

2 371

North West

494

696

0

0

481

1 671

Northern Cape

362

387

0

0

150

899

Western Cape

1 057

1 691

0

0

456

3 204

National departments

425

88

3 174

1 366

3 950

9 003

Unknown Province

1

0

0

0

370

371

Grand Total

16 642

13 332

3 216

1 372

8 718

43 280

(2) Continued: The breakdown of these figures by (c) sector and (d) Province for 2015-16 until 31 August 2015:

Province

Employer

Total

 

Education

Health

SAPS

Correctional Service

Other

 

Eastern Cape

676

591

 

 

294

1 561

Freestate

416

212

26

 

93

747

Gauteng

1 880

1 290

1

 

241

3 412

Kwazulu Natal

1 418

1 411

3

 

232

3 064

Limpopo

729

523

1

 

124

1 377

Mpumalanga

418

298

 

 

233

949

North West

372

299

 

 

161

832

Northern Cape

258

157

 

 

85

500

Western Cape

377

529

 

 

237

1 143

Unknown Province

 

 

 

 

146

146

National departments

394

28

1 840

504

1 839

4 605

Grand Total

6 938

5 338

1 871

504

3 685

18 336

(3) GPAA has conducted a pilot study in 2014, and is continuing with both, the qualitative and quantitative research, to assess the high level of resignation claims received and processed in respect of the GEPF since April 2014. It is implied that personal indebtedness featured prominently as one on the reasons why government employees were cashing in on their pension, by resigning from their employment in order to exit the GEPF. Furthermore the pilot study indicates the following other reasons stemming from the interviews conducted with members:

  • A prospect of capital for a business venture;
  • The easy re-employment of the resignee by the same or other state employer to their similar position;
  • Ill-informed members about defined benefits versus defined contribution;
  • Exclusion of children from monthly pensions,
  • Concerns about spouse benefits;
  • Negative perceptions fuelled by the public sector discourse; and
  • The limitation of the Government Employee Pension Law to provide added benefits and flexibility to the Fund’s structure.

The study at the GPAA continues to explore the resignation trends.

02 October 2015 - NW2804

Profile picture: Esterhuizen, Mr JA

Esterhuizen, Mr JA to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

(1)Whether his department can adequately manage and competently regulate issues pertaining to environmental matters at mines; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether his mandate to regulate on environmental issues at mines overlaps with the mandate of the Minister of Environmental Affairs; if so, what are the full relevant details?

Reply:

  1. Yes. The Department has the competence and suitably qualified personnel to regulate issues pertaining to environmental matters at mines.
  2. No. In terms of the provisions of the National Environmental Management Act, the Minister of Mineral Resources is the Competent Authority, while the Minister of Environmental Affairs is the Appeal Authority in respect if environmental matters.

02 October 2015 - NW3464

Profile picture: Steyn, Ms A

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

1. Whether his department has been involved in any projects in the Tsolwana Local Municipality in the Eastern Cape since 2009; if so, (a) on which farms, (b) what total amount has been spent on each farm, (c) what was the money spent on in each case and (d) who was the service provider in each case? NW4125E

Reply:

  1. The table below illustrate the projects that were supported by the Eastern Cape Department of Rural Development and Agrarian reform using both CASP conditional grant and equitable share from 2009 to 2015.

Year

Project Name

LM

Ward

Fund source

Amount spent

SERVICE PROVIDER

Ownership

Type of infrastructure

2009

Thembalethu Shearing Shed

Tsolwana

3

CASP

R 478 126.00

  1. A. Smiles builders

Communal

Shearing shed constructed

2010

Thornhill Dip Tank

Tsolwana

1

CASP

R 75 605.41

Onthandazo trading

Communal

Dipping Facility developed

2010

Thornhill Animal handling Facility

Tsolwana

1

CASP

R 181 418.47

SA & DA construction

Communal

Animal Handling Facility developed

2010

Thornhill fencing – nguni project

Tsolwana

1

CASP

R 755 727.00

Hyman master fence

Communal

Fencing grazing camps

2010

Mittford Dip Tank

Tsolwana

2

CASP

R 35 963.87

SA & DA construction

Communal

Dipping Facility renovated

2010

Mitford broiler house

Tsolwana

2

CASP

R 177 929.00

Odwa & Solie construction

Communal

Broiler poultry facility (250 birds)

2010

Malote Stock Water

Tsolwana

5

CASP

R 466 471.68

SA & DA construction

LRAD Farm

Boreholes and stock water systems developed

2010

Malote Fencing

Tsolwana

5

CASP

R 393 567.90

DDX BUILDERS

LRAD Farm

Fencing 13km errected

2012

Bambanani Youth Development

Tsolwlana

3

CASP

R 250 027.21

97 Grey str ( contractors

Communal

Irrigation system developed

2015

Thornhill

Tsolwlana

5

Equitable share

R 75 000.00

KDC trading

Communal

Dip tank renovation material supplied

2015

Baccles Farm

Tsolwlana

5

Equitable share

R 75 000.00

KDC trading

Communal

Dip tank renovation material supplied

2015

Tendergate

Tsolwlana

5

Equitable share

R 75 000.00

KDC trading

Communal

Dip tank renovation material supplied

2015

Springgrove

Tsolwlana

5

Equitable share

R 75 000.00

KDC trading

Communal

Dip tank renovation material supplied

1 (a) The province is requested to send coordinates for the farms, upon receipt, they will be made available.

02 October 2015 - NW3173

Profile picture: Shivambu, Mr F

Shivambu, Mr F to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

Whether it is the policy position of his department that senior officials, including the Director-General of his department, are allowed to have shares in mining companies, including those administered by a blind trust; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) in which mining companies does the specified person have shares and (b) what is the total value of these shares?

Reply:

(a)(b) A Framework which requires all members of the Senior Management Service (SMS) including Directors General in the Public Service to disclose their interests, is also applicable to officials within my Department. The e-Disclosure system which enables SMS members to submit their disclosures electronically, is being administered by the Department of Public Service and Administration, and information relating to contents of what is being disclosed, resides there.

02 October 2015 - NW3428

Profile picture: Maynier, Mr D

Maynier, Mr D to ask the Minister of Finance

In respect of the additional cost containment measures for consideration by accounting officers and accounting authorities specified in the National Treasury Instruction 01 of 2013/2014, which specified (a) departments, (b) constitutional institutions and (c) public entities listed on Schedule 2 and 3 of the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999, (i) acquired air tickets using corporate air miles accumulated through loyalty programmes, (ii) discontinued supplying employees with newspapers and other publications and (iii) ensured team-building functions, social functions and end-of-year functions, are not financed from the establishment budget in the (aa) 2013-14, (bb) 2014-15 and (cc) 2015-16 financial years?

Reply:

The provisions of paragraph 4 of the National Treasury Instruction 01 of 2013/3014 that relate to expenditure on the engagement of consultants, travel and subsistence, domestic hotel accommodation, hiring of vehicles, entertainment allowances and expenditure related to catering and the hosting of social events are mandatory. The areas contained in the Annexure to the Treasury Instruction are not mandatory for implementation and expenditures related thereto are not auditable.

Therefore information related to (i) the acquisition of air tickets using corporate air miles and (ii) the discontinuing of purchases related to newspapers and other publications are cost containment measures that are not mandatory and can only be obtained directly from the respective departments, constitutional institutions and public entities. The information on expenses related to (iii) team building, social functions and year end functions are specifically precluded from being financed from the budgets of departments. Information related thereto is thus not available from the National Treasury and can be obtained directly from the respective departments, constitutional institutions and public entities.

02 October 2015 - NW3071

Profile picture: De Freitas, Mr MS

De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

(a) How does (i) his department and (ii) entities reporting to him define red tape and (b) what (i) specific interventions and/or (ii) systems have been implemented to (aa) identify and (bb) reduce red tape in (aaa) his department and (bbb) the entities reporting to him?

Reply:

(a)(i) and (ii) Although the concept “red tape” has not been formally defined, any unnecessarily practice, system or process which does not serve any purpose but for delaying the delivery of legislative mandated services, may be regarded as red tape and should be avoided and eliminated by my Department and entities reporting to me.

(b)(i) Service delivery within the Department and entities is continuously monitored and evaluated through engagement with stakeholders and during annual planning. Where necessary policies and legislation are reviewed to reduce turnaround times and to maintain and improve on service delivery

(b)(ii)(aa) and (bb) The development and implementation of the South African Mineral Resources Administration System (“SAMRAD”) providing for online lodgment of applications in terms of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (“MPRDA”), and the One Environment System which has removed duplication of functions and synchronized and reduce timeframes for the processing of applications in terms of the MPRDA, are examples of such interventions.

.

02 October 2015 - NW3442

Profile picture: Chance, Mr R

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

(1) With reference to her reply to question 1642 on 5 June 2015, can she provide an update on the status of the ongoing discussions between her department and the Department of Trade and Industry regarding the possible splitting of the Incubator Support Programme (ISP) between the two departments; (2) is she aware that (a) the Small Enterprise Finance Agency (SEFA) is working with certain large organisations, including BHP Billiton, Hulamin and Amalgamated Beverage Industries, to establish small business incubators and (b) SEFA executives are concerned that this programme will overlap with the ISP; if so, how does she plan to streamline government programmes for small business to (i) reduce duplications and (ii) concentrate resources and best practice? NW4103E

Reply:

(1) The Incubation Support Programme is part of Economic Competitiveness Support Programme package which is under the dti. As such there is no dedicated budget line item that comes from National Treasury to the dti for Incubation Support Programme. The Department of Small Business Development is focusing on the Incubation Support Programme that is under SEDA and reviewing this instrument as part of the overall review of programmes that were transferred from the dti with the purpose of improving its impact.

(2) Yes, the Minister of Small Business Development is aware that sefa is working with certain large organisations. Small Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) regard market constraints and the inability to sell their products and services as one of the most serious obstacles to the starting of businesses and growth beyond mere subsistence level.

The responsibility of developing steps to overcome this constraint falls upon many different stakeholder groups: individual entrepreneurs, business associations, government and the private sector in particular large corporations. It is in this context that sefa has initiated a process to establish partnerships with the private sector (ie BHP Billiton, Hulamin and Amalgamated Beverage Industries) to facilitate access to Corporate South Africa supply chains and other opportunities for SMME development.

In terms of the partnerships, sefa has introduced an initiative called a Structured Financing Solutions (SFS), aimed at tapping on the expertise and opportunities in large corporations for SMME development. The SFS partnership is geared towards providing a seamless financial and non-financial intervention to a targeted group of SMMEs based on government economic policy enshrined in the Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP) and the New Growth Path (NGP). Therefore, the SFS is not an Incubator Support Programme but rather a programme initiative/ partnership with large corporate to unlock opportunities for small business development in their respective value chains.

 

02 October 2015 - NW3463

Profile picture: Stander, Ms T

Stander, Ms T to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

With reference to the Constitutional Court ruling on 20 August 2015 in relation to the Bakgatla Ba Kgafela communal property association’s (CPAs) right to restitution land, (a) how many similar existing court cases where tribal authorities (TAs) and CPAs are in conflict with one another over who controls the land have since been reported to his department and/or its officials, (b) where are the conflicts taking place and (c) which (i) TAs and (ii) CPAs are involved in each such conflict; (2) does his department have a policy to guide such conflicts; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) will the specified Constitutional Court ruling result in any changes to his department’s policy on land restitution; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1)(a) None.

(b),(c),(i),(ii) Falls away.

(2) The department of Rural Development and Land Reform established the Land Rights Management Facility which among other things mediates conflicts in Communal Property Associations.

(3) No. The option to decide on the type of legal entity that must hold land for each community has always been the sole prerogative of that community.

02 October 2015 - NW3621

Profile picture: Steyn, Ms A

Steyn, Ms A to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

How many farms have been transferred for the purposes of land reform in the Blue Crane Route Local Municipality, in the Eastern Cape, since 1994; (2) (a) who is currently on each farm and (b) what is the current status of each farm?

Reply:

 

(1) 28 farms

(2)(a),(b) Please refer to the table below.

Project

Program

(a) Lease Agreement/ Caretakership/Owner

(b) Status

Mulderskraal

PLAS

Nelani, Tozi William

Productive.

Theo Schneider (Die Vlakte)

PLAS

Ilima Farming Trust

Allegations of sub-letting submitted to Property Management Unit.

Craig Gowan 1 (Krugers Post)

PLAS - AVMP

Cookhouse Stockowners Coop

Productive, croplands to be recapitalised. In process of appointing Humansdorp Coop.

Alleengelaaten

PLAS Recap

Siyahluma Coop

Productive, to be recapitalised.

Bethaven / Kommetjieshoek

PLAS Recap

Roundtop Trading (Pty) Ltd & Farm Workers Trust

Productive, to be recapitalised, shareholding being revisited.

Brakfontein

PLAS Recap

Saleni & son

Productive, to be recapitalised

DoornRivier

PLAS Recap

JFC Investments (Pty) Ltd

Productive, fencing upgrade needed

Draaihoek

PLAS Recap

Lume Agricultural CC

Productive, to be recapitalised

Elandsdrift

PLAS Recap

Sbewu Gatyeni (Pty) Ltd

Productive, to be recapitalised

Klipfontein Voernet

PLAS Recap

ECRDA

Dormant, feed factory

Krantzkloof

PLAS Recap

A Mehlo

Productive, to be recapitalised

Lenathal

PLAS Recap

A Draghoender

Productive, to be recapitalised

Liyaaqat James Enterprise

PLAS Recap

Liyaaqat James

Productive, recapitalised

Nuwerus

PLAS Recap

River Corner

Productive, to be recapitalised

Rocky Ridge

PLAS Recap

A Draghoender

Productive, to be recapitalised

Sidwell Mantile Family

PLAS Recap

Sidwell Mantile

Productive, recapitalised

Sonder

PLAS Recap

ZA Pitani

Productive, to be recapitalised

Soutvlei (Sout Vleij)

PLAS Recap

H Gxotiwe

Productive, to be recapitalised

Weltevreden

PLAS Recap

S Miners & wife

Productive, to be recapitalised

Westondale

PLAS Recap

W'dale Farming CC (Gxotiwe, P)

Productive, to be recapitalised

Karkotskraal (Zama Ukhupila)

State Land

Yose / Mafilika / Makana / Blignaut

Productive: Divided & allocated to 4 individual stockowners.

Zama Ukuphila Trust State Com (Siyazama)

State Land

Siyazama (Kosini,Julime)

Managed as commonage by Municipality

Masizame Trust

SLAG

SLAG beneficiaries

Productive, requires better management

Pearston Commonage

COM

Blue Crane Route Municipality

Commonage, owned & managed by municipality

Som East Commonage

COM

Blue Crane Route Municipality

Commonage, owned & managed by municipality

Houghamdale North

LRAD

LRAD beneficiaries

Productive joint venture

Middleton Ostrich Development

LRAD

LRAD beneficiaries

Requires better management and to resolve internal disputes

Nelsig Township Stockfarmers

LRAD

LRAD beneficiaries

Productive, Land Bank loan to be paid

02 October 2015 - NW3433

Profile picture: America, Mr D

America, Mr D to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether the SA Airways Group has a programme in place to (a) minimise pilferage and/or (b) loss of (i) bar items, (ii) major galley equipment, (iii) high value in-flight items and (iv) any other specified item(s); if not, why not; if so, in respect of each specified case, what (aa) is the description of the item(s) that were pilfered and/or lost and (bb) was the value of the item(s) pilfered and/or lost in the (aaa) 2009-10, (bbb) 2010-11, (ccc) 2011-12, (ddd) 2012-13, (eee) 2013-14 and (fff) 2014-15 financial years?

Reply:

SAA has a streamlined hand-over process for the transportation of bar items, major galley equipment and high value inflight items from the catering unit to the aircrafts (outbound flights) as well as from the aircrafts back to the catering unit (inbound flights). This process has security visibility in order to ensure that service providers adhere to SAA’s normal operating procedures and the security of these items is maintained.

(i) Bar Items – SAA monitors consumption daily and provides monthly reports and wherever there are spikes in consumption investigation pursues.

(ii) Major Galley Equipment – SAA provides the galley loading plans to the caterers, the caterers need to adhere to and not deviate from these loading plans. Checklists are in place to ensure that the caterers do not deviate from the loading plans and any deviations attract penalties.

(iii) High-value inflight items – SAA has a rigorous security and recycling program where items such as headsets, amenity kits, cabin comfort items and catering items are recycled and rotated to ensure that SAA derives full value for money on all its recyclable and re-usable items.

02 October 2015 - NW3333

Profile picture: Shivambu, Mr F

Shivambu, Mr F to ask the Minister of Finance

In light of the widely reported travel of the Deputy President, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa, on a state visit to Japan in a plane hired from a company owned by the Gupta family and Mr Duduzane Zuma, the son of the President, Mr Jacob G Zuma, and with which company the National Treasury manages an RT-61 contract, (a) what circumstances led to the hiring of an aircraft plane from the specified business, (b) were proper procurement processes followed in hiring the aircraft from the specified business and (c) what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

(a) The Deputy President needed to travel to Japan and due to unavailability of a long range jet with the capacity to fly to Japan with a single refuelling stop, the South African Air Force (SAAF) used Contract RT61, a transversal contract for chartering of aircraft and helicopters for VIP and VVIPs administered centrally by National Treasury in which ExecuJet is one of the duly appointed suppliers.

(b) The procurement process for putting together transversal term contracts is outlined below. The same procurement process was followed for putting together Contract RT61.

  • Demand planning

National Treasury identifies strategic cross-cutting and commonly used commodities or goods and services of a repetitive nature. Government institutions are thereafter requested to indicate their institution’s specific requirements in terms of their strategic objectives. This may include, among others, quantities, technical specifications and indication of budget allocation over MTEF or terms of the contracts.

  • Acquisition process

During acquisition process, a cross-functional team (Bid Specification Committee) constituted from all participating government institutions put together bid documents based on the requirements of participating institutions. National Treasury plays a facilitation role to ensure compliance with all relevant SCM prescripts and to ensure that technical specifications and special conditions are not written around a specific potential bidder.

Once a bid document has been put together, it is then processed for consideration and approval by the Bid Specification Policy Committee chaired by National Treasury prior to publication. This committee also involves end users and other institutions responsible for ensuring that broader government socio-economic objectives and other policy initiatives find expression in bid documents prior to publication.

Once a bid document has been approved, it is then published in the Government Tender Bulletin and e-Tender Portal with a specified closing date and time. Potential bidders can access bid documents through the e-Tender Portal or collect them from our Tender Information Centre. To save costs, we cut CD’s and potential bidders can print at their own costs. Potential bidders can either submit hard copy bids or bid electronically through the e-tendering system.

After closing, hard copy bids are captured manually through the e-tendering system. A cross-functional Bid Evaluation Committee (BEC) constituted from participating government institutions is put together to commence with evaluation and recommendation. It is important to note that the BEC members are appointed in terms of sections 44 and 56 of the PFMA by their respective accounting officers. National Treasury facilitates the bid evaluation process. This is to ensure joint decision making whenever recommendations are made.

The BEC compiles a memorandum for consideration and approval of the Bid Adjudication Committee (BAC) which is also cross-functional.

  • Publication of the results

Once a bid is awarded, formal written notifications are then sent to all winning bidders. In addition, names of winning bidders, prices and preference points scored by each winning bidder are published on National Treasury website, e-Tender Portal and Government Tender Bulletin.

Further, end-users are notified through a contract circular which contains the same information as above, including addresses and contact details of winning bidders and all terms and conditions of contract.

  • Execution of contract

Once this process has been finalised, end-users are expected to make use of this contract and comply with its terms and conditions. Participating institutions are prohibited from procuring same or similar goods or services during the tenure of such a transversal contract.

Accounting Officers of participating government institutions are responsible for management of the contract by placing orders, receiving services, paying for services rendered and monitoring supplier performance against the transversal contract. National Treasury does not get involved in this process.

However, should there be queries such as poor performance, issues of fraud, cancellation of the contract, restriction of suppliers litigation or other similar administrative issues, National Treasury then takes the lead to ensure that the necessary corrective action is taken.

Should the appointed suppliers not be in a position to render the required services in terms of the contract, participating government institutions are allowed, in terms of the contract to procure services outside the contract to meet their requirements.

(c) SAAF did not only approach ExecuJet but also first approached Fortune Air which is the first ranked supplier in terms of this particular line item on Contract RT61. However, Fortune Air could not provide an aircraft meeting the requirements for this flight. To ensure value for money, SAAF requested other quotes outside of Contract RT61. These quotes were, however, more expensive than the rates offered by ExecuJet on Contract RT61. SAAF therefore decided to use ExecuJet.

02 October 2015 - NW3429

Profile picture: Maynier, Mr D

Maynier, Mr D to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether there are any measures in place in his department to (a) monitor, (b) evaluate and (c) report on compliance with the cost containment measures set out in the National Treasury Instruction 01 of 2013/2014; if not, in each specified case, why not; if so, in each specified case, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

When all laws, regulations and instruction notes issued by organ of state, compliance with the cost containment measures has to be enforced and overseen (i) firstly within each department, constitutional institution and public entity, (ii) secondly, by the relevant legislative arm of the state and (iii) finally, by the Auditor-General of South Africa.

02 October 2015 - NW3518

Profile picture: Hoosen, Mr MH

Hoosen, Mr MH to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

Has his department detected any cases of (a) fraud and/or (b) corruption in the roll-out of the new Smart ID cards; if so, (i) how many cases have been detected thus far, (ii) how did the perpetrators of the fraud and/or corruption infiltrate the Smart ID system and (iii) what measures has his department put in place to prevent the issuance of further fraudulent Smart ID cards?

Reply:

(a-b) No, the Smart ID Card remains the most highly secured form of identification ever produced with sophisticated security features that are not corruptible. No corruption cases have been detected during the roll out of Smart ID Card process.

i) None.

ii) Not applicable.

iii) The department does not issue fraudulent Smart ID Cards.

 

02 October 2015 - NW3347

Profile picture: Maynier, Mr D

Maynier, Mr D to ask the Minister of Finance

(1)In respect of the mandatory cost containment measures specified in the National Treasury Instruction 01 of 2013-14, by what (a) amount and (b) percentage did expenditure on (i) consultants, (ii) travel and subsistence and (iii) catering and events (aa) increase and/or (bb) decrease in each specified (aaa) department, (bbb) constitutional institution and (ccc) public entity listed in Schedule 2 and 3 of the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999, (aaaa) in the (aaaaa) 2013-14 and (bbbbb) 2014-15 financial years and (ccccc) in the period 1 April 2015 up to the latest specified date for which information is available; (2) What is the total amount of the specified expenditure (a) in the 2013-14 financial year and (b) during the period 1 April 2015 up to the latest specified date for which information is available?

Reply:

  1. Table 1 provides a summary of expenditure in relation to the amounts spent and the percentage increases or decreases related to (i) consultants, (ii) travel and subsistence and (iii) catering and events in departments. The table provides expenditure information for the 2012/2013, 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 financial years.

Table 2 provides a summary of expenditure in relation to the amounts spent on (i) consultants, (ii) travel and subsistence and (iii) catering and events in departments for months of 01 April 2015 to August 2015. The aforementioned information was extracted from the National Treasury’s transversal financial management systems that are utilised by departments.

Expenditure information on consultants, travel and subsistence and catering and events is not available for constitutional institutions and public entities listed in Schedules 2 and 3 to the PFMA since these institutions utilise different entity controlled financial systems for their payments.

Table 1:

Expenditure related to consultants, travel and subsistence and catering and events for the periods 2012/2013, 2013/2014 and 2014/2015



Departmental Expenditure


Actual

2012/2013


Actual
2013/2014

Increase   

Decrease  

Stagnant

Amounts
R’ billions

Amounts
R’ billions


Consultants
 


12,517,130.00


12,825,333.00


2%


Travel and Subsistence


9,612,468.00
 


9,861,580.00


3%


Catering, entertainment and venue rental
 


1,919,882.00
 


2,277,808.00


19%

 
 
 Departmental Expenditure

 

Actual
2013/2014

Preliminary Outcome
2014/2015



%

 

Amounts
R’ billions

Amounts
R’ billions


Consultants
 

 
12,825,333.00


12,461,082.00


-3%


Travel and Subsistence
 


9,861,580.00


9,290,305.00


-6%


Catering, entertainment and venue rental
 


2,277,808.00


1,202,054.00


-47%

Table 2:

Expenditure related to consultants, travel and subsistence and catering and events for the periods 1 April 2015 to 31 August 2015.




   Departmental Expenditure


Total Expenditure for
the period April to
August 2015




April 2015




May 2015




June 2015




July 2015




Aug 2015


Consultants


1,732,426,679


297,622,187


468,593,838


276,016,927

 

295,309,972


394,883,755


Travel and Subsistence


3,257,077,554


423,396,914


599,404,614


721,937,277


776,152,420


736,186,328


Catering, entertainment  and venue rental



397,756,954



38,426,149



71,388,387



84,038,985



106,305,102



97,598,331


Total


5,387,261,187


759,445,250


1,139,386,839


1,081,993,189


1,177,767,495


1,228,668,414

 

2.The total expenditure in relation to consultants, travel and subsistence and catering and events for the 2013/2014 financial year amounts to R25 billion. Corresponding expenditure from 1 April 2015 to 31 August 2015 amounts to R5.4 billion.

 

01 October 2015 - NW3064

Profile picture: Mhlongo, Mr TW

Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(a) How does (i) her department and (ii) entities reporting to her define red tape and (b) what (i) specific interventions and/or (ii) systems have been implemented to (aa) identify and (bb) reduce red tape in (aaa) her department and (bbb) the entities reporting to her? (a) How does the Minister define Red Tape and (b) what (i) specific interventions and/or (ii) systems have been implemented to (aa) identify and (bb) reduce Red Tape in your (aaa) Department and (bbb) the entities reporting to you? NW3605E

Reply:

The Department of Basic Education:

a) Red tape is not defined in any legislation but our understanding of Red tape is that is refers to rules, procedures and measures of a legislative of administrative nature that prevent or retard good administration, governance and service delivery.

b) The Department’s systems are fairly streamlined and there are no legislative or administrative measures that prevent or retard service delivery.

(bbb) Public Entities reporting to the Minister.

South African Council for Educators (SACE):

(a) "Red Tape", in the view of SACE, entails following rules, procedures and protocols appropriate to entities. It may, in some cases, be a time consuming process. Unless the rules are changed officially, processes cannot be speeded up. Therefore, a motivation is required for rule change consideration.

(b) (i)(aa) The Council has sub-committees which meet regularly (at least six times per annum) and make recommendations to the Executive Committee who takes decisions on behalf of the Council. The Executive decision is implemented unless revoked by Council.

(b)(ii)(bb) The Council has delegated the operational powers to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who has delegated approval powers to the Chief Operations Officer and Chief Financial Officer to ensure immediate processing without delay. This allows Council to process all operational matters including procurements, filling of posts and payments immediately, when the need arises.

Umalusi:

(a) Failing a definition of “red tape”, Umalusi is not in a position to respond to the parliamentary question in a definitive way.

(b)(ii)(bb) As a quality assuror, Umalusi has its own policies and systems, and where it is found that policies or systems renders work cumbersome, then those policies and systems are reconsidered for amendment to ease the flow of work.

01 October 2015 - NW3680

Profile picture: Atkinson, Mr P

Atkinson, Mr P to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(1)With respect to the Nexus Forensic Services report into the Centurion Aerospace Village (CAV) in Gauteng, (a) which company was contracted to construct the ICT2 Building and (b) when did construction (i) commence and (ii) conclude; (2) (a) which (i) person(s) and/or (ii) companies have assumed tenancy of the ICT2 Building and (b) on which dates did the specified occupancy (i) begin and (ii) end in each specified case; (3) is (a) electricity, (b) water and/or (c) any other service supplied to the ICT2 Building by the CAV; if not, who supplies the ICT2 Building with the specified services; if so, when were the specified services established?NW4347E

Reply:

1.a) The company contracted to construct the ICT2 Building was Stefannuti Stocks/Timbela Joint Venture.

b) i) The site for the construction was handed over on 23 January 2011. The ‘Works Completion’ was on the 6 December 2011.

ii) The ‘Final Completion/Correction of Defects’ was on 5 December 2012. The official opening of the ICT2 building was on 29 November 2011 and official occupation was on 2 January 2012.

2.a) Occupation of the ICT2 building took place on the 2 January by the CAV staff and by Aerosud.

b) Aerosud and the CAV staff still occupy the building which is mainly used for innovation and training for the Ahrlac programme.

3.a) Electricity, water and sewer services to the ITC2 building was supplied by Aerosud from the commencement of construction as a temporary measure. This was also the case with respect to the provision of electricity to the construction activities for phase two of the CAV.

01 October 2015 - NW3416

Profile picture: Msimang, Prof CT

Msimang, Prof CT to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(a) What is the capacity of schools in rural areas to accommodate children who are (i) slow learners and (ii) mentally challenged and (b) does her department have any programmes in place to provide support to the specified learners in rural areas; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(a) The capacity of schools to accommodate children who are (i) slow learners and (ii) mentally challenged is progressively developed across the spectrum of schools in the system without considering geographical location. However, there are 169 special schools for learners with intellectual disability in the country, to which learners in rural areas also have access, in the country.

(b) The Department of Basic Education is progressively implementing the following programmes to support learners who are experiencing barriers to learning of whatever form in schools:

  • Implementation of the Screening, Identification, Assessment and Support (SIAS) Policy to scale starting from 2015 through to 2018;
  • Progressive Institutionalisation of Curriculum Differentiation; and
  • The implementation of the Multi-grade Toolkit which started with the training of subject advisors in February 2015 and is being rolled out by Provincial Education Departments (PEDs) going forward.

01 October 2015 - NW3357

Profile picture: Chance, Mr R

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

With reference to the call for nominations of candidates for the National Small Business Advisory Council, published in the Sunday Times on 23 August 2015, (a) why has it taken 15 months since the establishment of her department for the call for nominations to be published, (b) how many council members does she intend appointing, (c) what proportion of council members will be appointed from (i) government, (ii) business and (iii) civil society, (d) who will make up the adjudication panel tasked with making the appointments, (e) when will the appointments be announced and (f) what amount will each council member be paid in addition to their travelling and accommodation expenses?

Reply:

(a) The Minister needed to be familiar with the programmes that migrated from the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) and to assess how these would be integrated to the new mandate prior to making any decisions. The Minister also had to interact with various stakeholders at national, provincial and local level to understand the needs of small businesses which will enable her to then appoint relevant people to Advisory Council.

(b) The National Small Business Act allows the Minister to appoint up to 18 Council members.

(c) At this stage, the breakdown of Council members has not been determined, however, the practice has been that a big representation of members is selected from the business community in particular individuals or business owners with experience of small business development.

(d) The panel will be made up of the Director-General and three senior officials from the department.

(e) The appointments will be announced as soon as all the processes of appointing the members are concluded.

(f) Council members shall be remunerated in line with fees stipulated for their designated level in the schedule of categories, sub-categories and official designations for officials who are not in full–time service of the state. The designated level for the National Small Business Advisory Council is Category A and Sub-category A1 as recommended by National Treasury. Remuneration for Sub-category A1 ranges between R3 232.00 per day and R4 344.00 per day depending on the designation for officials who are not in the full-time service of the state.

01 October 2015 - NW3489

Profile picture: Bozzoli, Prof B

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

Was the EastCape Midlands Technical and Vocational Education and Training College aware that a certain person (name and details furnished) had left the previous position with several audit queries still pending; if not, why not; if so, why (a) was the specified person appointed and (b) is the specified person still a staff member at the specified college despite having been suspended in January 2013 after an audit by Pricewaterhouse Coopers?

Reply:

a) Mr Abdullah was initially placed at the Eastcape Midlands Technical and Vocational Education and Training College (EMC) in 2012 as a Support Chief Financial Officer by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). At that stage, neither SAICA nor the Department were aware of the alleged irregularities or outstanding audit queries emanating from his previous employer, i.e. Coega Municipality.

Subsequent to his deployment, SAICA and the Department were made aware of potential contractual irregularities at EMC. SAICA, as his employer, appointed Pricewaterhouse Coopers to investigate these irregularities.

Mr Abdullah resigned from SAICA before the disciplinary process could proceed and was subsequently appointed by the former Principal of EMC as a Senior Resources Manager at the College.

This alleged irregular appointment formed part of the scope of the initial forensic investigation, but due to the court verdict indicating that the Department could not apply section 8 of the National Treasury Regulations, expenditure management, but instead had to follow section 46 of the Continuing Education and Training Act of 2006, as amended, the outcome of the irregular appointment could not be confirmed.

b) Mr Abdullah is still in the employ of the College Council as a Senior Resource Manager. His alleged irregular appointment will form part of the Terms of Reference of the new forensic investigation that is planned to be initiated with the College Council, before the end of the 2015/16 financial year.

 

 

 

Compiler/Contact persons:

Ext:

DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

DATE:

REPLY TO QUESTION 3489 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

01 October 2015 - NW3676

Profile picture: Macpherson, Mr DW

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

Whether, with reference to the Nexus Forensic Services report into the Centurion Aerospace Village, anyone has been charged in terms of Section 34 of the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, Act 12 of 2004; if not, why not; if so, what are (a) their names and (b) the relevant Crime Administration System number(s)?

Reply:

Flowing from the recommendations of the audits initiated by the dti one individual has been dismissed from the public service. Allegations of criminal activity with respect to this individual and companies alleged to be involved in fraudulent activities has been handed over to the South African Police Services. The decision whether to charge the individual under any one or more legal statutes is one which will be made by the National Prosecution Authority. The case number is CAS 647-12-2013.

A civil legal process is underway to recover public funds from this individual. The Legal Services section of the Department of Trade and Industry is following developments in this regard. The relevant case number is 27011/2013 at the Sunnyside Police Station.

.

a) Until the individuals has been charged in a court of law I am not at liberty to divulge the names of the individuals implicated in the allegations of criminal behaviour.

b) See above.

 

01 October 2015 - NW3440

Profile picture: Figg, Mr MJ

Figg, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Basic Education

How many schools were delivered in the Eastern Cape in the 2014-15 financial year?

Reply:

101 Schools were delivered in the 2014-15 financial year in the Eastern Cape. 46 Schools were delivered through the ASIDI Programme (Annexure A), and 55 (Annexure B) schools were delivered through the provincially driven programme. The delivered schools include new and replacement schools, refurbishments and additions.

01 October 2015 - NW3679

Profile picture: Atkinson, Mr P

Atkinson, Mr P to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

Whether, with reference to the Nexus Forensic Services report into the Centurion Aerospace Village in Gauteng, any monies have been recovered or recouped from any specified (a) persons and/or (b) companies awarded (i) contracts or (ii) tenders without adhering to prescribed procurement processes; if not, why not; if so, (aa) what amounts, (bb) from which (aaa) persons and/or (bbb) companies and (cc) for what specified procurement?

Reply:

No monies have as yet been recovered from any:

a) persons or

b) companies, awarded

i) contracts.

ii) No tenders were adjudicated since the prescripts of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) were not applied.

This arises from the fact that legal processes to recover funds are still underway.

aa); bb); aaa); bbb) and cc) do therefore not apply.

01 October 2015 - NW3497

Profile picture: Lovemore, Ms AT

Lovemore, Ms AT to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)With reference to her reply to question 2550 on 31 July 2015, for each secondary school in the Graaff-Reinet education district, (a)(i) how many and (ii) what percentage of (aa) Grade 10, (bb) Grade 11 and (cc) Grade 12 learners are enrolled to study mathematics, (b) what are the reasons for the low uptake of mathematics in the specified district, (c) what action has been and/or will be taken to ensure that the specified district, in particular, improves the uptake of mathematics in its secondary schools and (d)(i) has and (ii) will the specified action include ensuring that each further education and training phase mathematics class is taught by a suitably qualified teacher; (2) with reference to her reply to question 310 on 13 March 2015, have the 174 mathematics teacher posts that were vacant at the time of her reply been filled; if not, (a) why not, (b) what progress has been made toward filling the specified posts and (c) when will the specified vacant posts be filled?

Reply:

(1) (a)(i) (ii) (aa) (bb) (cc) There are 1,696 Grade 10 learners taking Mathematics in Graaff-Reinet district, 1, 177 in Grade 11 and 896 learners in Grade 12 respectively. In terms of percentages, there are 80% learners in Grade 10, 73,3% in Grade 11 and 66,7% in Grade 12 respectively.

(b) The most common reasons for the schools not offering Mathematics in the specified district are:

  • The unavailability of suitably qualified teachers;
  • A perception by learners that Mathematical Literacy is an easier option than Mathematics;
  • The perception by learners that Mathematics and Mathematical Literacy are the same;
  • The inadequacy of career counselling and guidance Senior Phase;
  • The move by principals to have more learners in Mathematical Literacy in order to improve the pass rate; and
  • Schools in remote areas have greater difficulty than urban and peri-urban schools in terms of attracting appropriately qualified Mathematics teachers.

(c) The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has taken the following actions to ensure that the specified district, in particular, improves the uptake of Mathematics in its secondary schools:

  • Circular S13 of 2014 was approved by the Council of Education Ministers (CEM), wherein it directed that schools not previously offering Mathematics were to reintroduce this subject to a Grade 10 level class in 2015, and sequentially to Grade 11 and 12 in 2016 and 2017 respectively;
  • In late 2014, the DBE developed a plan, and began implementing it through the Reintroduction of Mathematics Project in 2015. The focus is on those schools that had stopped offering Mathematics;
  • In Service Training has been provided to Grade 10 teachers from affected schools, covering topics that have been identified as being poorly taught, or not taught at all, because of teachers’ inadequate Mathematics content knowledge; and
  • Additional (Learner Teacher Support Material) LTSM and physical resources such as textbooks, geometry sets and scientific calculators have been, and are being delivered to the identified schools needing such support.

(d) (i) Yes.

(ii) Yes. Posts will be profiled and advertised according to the established procedures.

(2) (a) The Eastern Cape Provincial Education Department has been working with the Provincial Treasury to secure additional funding to fill identified critical posts, hence the delay in the filling of posts.

(b) A total of 551 Deputy Principal and Heads of Department; and 308 Post Level 1 posts were advertised in an Open Bulletin in June and August 2015, respectively; and

(c) The Eastern Cape Provincial Education Department indicated that it is expected that the all the advertised posts will be filled on 01 November 2015.

01 October 2015 - NW3304

Profile picture: Mulaudzi, Adv TE

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

(1) (a)(i) What total amount did her department spend on her travel costs between Gauteng and Cape Town in the 2014-15 financial year and (ii) how many trips did she undertake between Gauteng and Cape Town in the specified financial year and (b) what total amount did her department spend on (i) hotel and (ii) residential or other accommodation for her in (aa) Cape Town and (bb) Pretoria in the 2014-15 financial year; (2) (a)(i) what total amount did her department spend on the Deputy Minister’s travel costs between Gauteng and Cape Town in the 2014-15 financial year and (ii) how many trips did the Deputy Minister undertake between Gauteng and Cape Town in the specified financial year and (b) what total amount did her department spend on (i) hotel and (ii) residential or other accommodation for the Deputy Minister in (aa) Cape Town and (bb) Pretoria in the 2014-15 financial year? NW3913E

Reply:

(1) (a) (i) The travel costs, between Gauteng and Cape Town, of the Minister of Small Business Development amounted to R159,353.32 in the 2014-15 financial year.

(ii) The Minister undertook 19 trips between Gauteng and Cape Town in the 2014-15 financial year.

(b) (i) (aa) The Minister’s hotel accommodation in Cape Town amounted to R47,354.20 in the 2014-15 financial year. This amount was incurred before the Minister’s accommodation arrangements, through the Department of Public Works, were finalised.

(ii) (bb) The department did not incur residential accommodation costs for the Minister in Pretoria during the 2014-15 financial year.

(2) (a) (i) The travel costs of the Deputy Minister of Small Business Development amounted to R104,937.00 in the 2014-15 financial year.

(ii) The Deputy Minister undertook 19 trips between Gauteng and Cape Town in the 2014-15 financial year.

(b) (i) (aa) The department did not incur hotel accommodation costs for the Deputy Minister in Cape Town and Pretoria during the 2014-15 financial year.

(ii) (bb) The department did not incur residential accommodation costs for the Deputy Minister in Cape Town and Pretoria amounted during the 2014-15 financial year.

01 October 2015 - NW3500

Profile picture: Mackenzie, Mr C

Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)What (a) number and (b) percentage of learners writing each subject in 2014 (i) applied for a remark of their Grade 12 National Senior Certificate examinations and (ii) had their marks (aa) adjusted upward, (bb) adjusted downward and (cc) remain unchanged; (2) what is the cost of securing a remark of an examination paper; (3) is there any mechanism in place to allow indigent candidates to have the fee for remarking waived; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1) 

Subject

Total Re-mark

% Re-mark

Adjusted Upward

% Upward

Adjusted Downward

% Downward

Remain Unchanged

% Unchanged

Accounting

2901

2.31

1561

53.81

698

24.06

642

22.13

Afrikaans First Additional Language

3608

4.39

1973

54.68

827

22.92

808

22.39

Afrikaans Home Language

2574

5.27

1731

67.25

355

13.79

488

18.96

Afrikaans Second Additional Language

41

0.22

34

82.93

5

12.20

2

4.88

Agricultural Management Practices

18

1.11

6

33.33

7

38.89

5

27.78

Agricultural Sciences

254

0.33

178

70.08

42

16.54

34

13.39

Agricultural Technology

15

2.13

5

33.33

2

13.33

8

53.33

Arabic Second Additional Language

24

8.86

9

37.50

11

45.83

4

16.67

Business Studies

3448

1.67

2158

62.59

788

22.85

502

14.56

Civil Technology

137

1.49

74

54.01

33

24.09

30

21.90

Computer Applications Technology

864

2.18

598

69.21

124

14.35

142

16.44

Consumer Studies

576

1.51

256

44.44

155

26.91

165

28.65

Dance Studies

18

3.31

9

50.00

1

5.56

8

44.44

Design

56

2.62

42

75.00

1

1.79

13

23.21

Dramatic Arts

181

2.20

98

54.14

12

6.63

71

39.23

Economics

1494

1.09

916

61.31

390

26.10

188

12.58

Electrical Technology

79

1.48

26

32.91

5

6.33

48

60.76

Engineering Graphics and Design

974

3.67

398

40.86

184

18.89

392

40.25

English First Additional Language

3559

0.82

2344

65.86

984

27.65

231

6.49

English Home Language

5522

5.25

4355

78.87

674

12.21

493

8.93

French Second Additional Language

37

7.26

4

10.81

5

13.51

28

75.68

Geography

3144

1.34

2063

65.62

624

19.85

457

14.54

German Second Additional Language

47

8.68

10

21.28

22

46.81

15

31.91

Hebrew Second Additional Language

4

14.29

 

0.00

 

0.00

4

100.00

History

1844

1.6

1313

71.20

321

17.41

210

11.39

Hospitality Studies

144

1.71

77

53.47

19

13.19

48

33.33

Information Technology

470

10.19

257

54.68

86

18.30

127

27.02

IsiXhosa First Additional Language

16

0.78

11

68.75

 

0.00

5

31.25

IsiXhosa Home Language

46

0.06

19

41.30

20

43.48

7

15.22

IsiXhosa Second Additional Language

11

13.10

4

36.36

3

27.27

4

36.36

IsiZulu First Additional Language

109

0.72

64

58.72

16

14.68

29

26.61

IsiZulu Home Language

216

0.16

123

56.94

65

30.09

28

12.96

Latin Second Additional Language

1

100.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

1

100.00

Life Orientation

59

0.01

26

44.07

6

10.17

27

45.76

Life Sciences

6564

2.33

3999

60.92

1795

27.35

770

11.73

Mathematical Literacy

2059

0.66

1142

55.46

538

26.13

379

18.41

Mathematics

9223

4.10

4904

53.17

2388

25.89

1931

20.94

Mechanical Technology

91

1.43

40

43.96

8

8.79

43

47.25

Music

89

5.10

44

49.44

27

30.34

18

20.22

Nautical Science

1

5.26

1

100.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

Physical Sciences

6828

4.08

3186

46.66

2099

30.74

1543

22.60

Portuguese Second Additional Language

2

2.78

 

0.00

 

0.00

2

100.00

Religion Studies

18

0.31

14

77.78

2

11.11

2

11.11

Sepedi First Additional Language

3

0.71

3

100.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

Sepedi Home Language

11

0.02

4

36.36

6

54.55

1

9.09

Sesotho Home Language

48

0.17

39

81.25

7

14.58

2

4.17

Sesotho Second Additional Language

6

3.45

4

66.67

1

16.67

1

16.67

Setswana First Additional Language

1

0.46

1

100.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

Setswana Home Language

63

0.18

43

68.25

14

22.22

6

9.52

Sport and Exercise Science

4

14.29

4

100.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

Tourism

487

0.42

299

61.40

101

20.74

87

17.86

Tshivenda Home Language

1

0.01

 

0.00

 

0.00

1

100.00

Visual Arts

252

3.66

159

63.10

11

4.37

82

32.54

Xitsonga Home Language

9

0.05

3

33.33

2

22.22

4

44.44

Source: Education mainframe as per 2 March 2015.

2

Process

Amount

Remarking

R80

Rechecking

R18

Viewing

R160

3. According to the Regulations Pertaining to the Conduct Administration and Management of the National Senior Certificate Examination (Regulation Notice No 371 in Government Gazette NO 37651, dated 16 May 2014) it articulates the legislation regarding re-marking and it allows indigent candidates to be exempt from paying fees for remarking, re-checking and viewing of script/s.

Candidates who have been exempted from the payment of school fees or attended a no-fees school, are exempt from the payment of the re-mark, re-check or fees for viewing of scripts.

01 October 2015 - NW3681

Profile picture: Atkinson, Mr P

Atkinson, Mr P to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

With respect to the Centurion Aerospace Village (CAV) in Gauteng, has any (a) person(s) and/or (b) companies concluded a tenancy agreement with the CAV; if not, why not; if so, (i) what are their names, (ii) when did they conclude the specified agreement, (iii) when did they assume occupation of the building and (iv) when is the tenancy agreement with CAV set to be concluded?

Reply:

a) No tenancy agreement was signed. This was because the Occupancy Certificate was not issued. The Occupancy Certificate was not issued by the City of Tshwane because the bulk earthworks contract was terminated as a result of the forensic investigation which demonstrated that the contract was non-compliant with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) regulations. Urgent effort and a process is underway to reinstate the bulk earthworks programme and pave the way for the Occupancy Certificate.

b) i); ii); iii) and iv) do not therefore apply.

 

01 October 2015 - NW3505

Profile picture: Boshoff, Ms SH

Boshoff, Ms SH to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)(a) How many and (b) what percentage of mainstream schools that have been classified as full service schools enrolled (i) learners with disabilities and/or barriers to learning and (ii) learners with autism in respect of each province and district as at the latest specified date for which information is available; (2) (a) how many and (b) what percentage of full service schools have employed nursing sisters to attend to the needs of learners with disabilities and/or barriers to learning in respect of each province and district; (3) (a) how many and (b) what percentage of educators employed at full service schools are adequately trained to teach both learners with disabilities and/or barriers to learning and learners without disabilities and/or barriers to learning in respect of each province and district; (4) how many full service schools are equipped with (a) ramps, (b) proper ablution facilities, (c) desks adapted to the needs of learners in wheelchairs and (d) assistive devices for the blind and deaf in respect of each province and district?

Reply:

1. (a) The number of full service schools that:

(i) have enrolled learners with disabilities and /or barriers to learning, as well as,

(ii) learners with autism, per province, per district is available in the annexure.

(b) The percentage of full service schools that:

(i) have enrolled learners with disabilities and /or barriers to learning as well as,

(ii) learners with autism, per province, per district is available in the annexure.

2. None of the Full Service Schools employ nursing sisters.

3. The (a) number of educators trained at full service schools and (b) the percentage of educators employed at full service schools who are adequately trained to teach both learners with disabilities and/or barriers to learning and learners without disabilities and/or barriers to learning in respect of each province is indicated in the table below:

Province

Number of educators at full service schools

a) Number of Educators trained

b) Percentage

Eastern Cape

279

100

36

Free State

1195

300

25

Gauteng

2027

592

29

KwaZulu-Natal

1610

646

40

Limpopo

355

75

21

Mpumalanga

2879

752

26

Northern Cape

303

200

66

North West

1760

420

24

Western Cape

2851

200

7

4. The number of full service schools that have been equipped with (a) ramps, (b) proper ablution facilities for the Blind and the Deaf in respect of each province and district is represented in the table below:

Province

Number of Full Service Schools

Eastern Cape

4

Free State

2

Gauteng

7

KwaZulu-Natal

50

Limpopo

11

Mpumalanga

1

Northern Cape

1

North West

112

Western Cape

14

Grand Total

202

c) The number of full sevice schools that are equipped with desks adapted to the needs of learners in wheelchairs in respect of each province and district is not readily available.

d) The number of full sevice schools that are equipped with assistive devices for the Blind and the Deaf in respect of each province and district is not readily available.

01 October 2015 - NW3358

Profile picture: Chance, Mr R

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

Has she had any engagement with the Minister of Labour about amendments to the Labour Relations Act, Act 66 of 1995, to alleviate burdens on small businesses in respect of exemptions from (a) existing provisions on dismissing employees and (b) the extension of collective bargaining agreements to small businesses which were not party to the agreement in terms of section 32 of the specified Act; if not, why not; if so, what is her position with regard to such exemptions?

Reply:

(a) The Minister of Small Business Development has not had any engagement with the Minister of Labour about amendments to the Labour Relations Act, Act 66 of 1995, to alleviate burdens on small businesses in respect of exemptions from existing provisions on dismissing employees.

(b) The Minister of Small Business Development has not had any engagement with the Minister of Labour about amendments to the Labour Relations Act, Act 66 of 1995, to alleviate burdens on small businesses in respect of exemptions the extension of collective bargaining agreements to small businesses which were not party to the agreement in terms of section 32 of the specified Act.

The department, however, has established a task team at the National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) level to engage on small business policy issues. These however, are not related to the issues raised by the honourable member.

01 October 2015 - NW3499

Profile picture: Van Dalen, Mr P

Van Dalen, Mr P to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)With reference to the so-called 1+4 Intervention Model for Grades 8 and 9 Mathematics in each province and each district, what are the details of the scores obtained in the pre-training and post-training testing of the knowledge content of (a) teachers and (b) subject advisors; (2) whether her department takes any action in the event that a teacher or subject advisor does not obtain 80% in any post-training test; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

  1. (a) The pre/post-test scores differ according to the topics handled per week

in different clusters across the provinces. There is generally improved teacher performance after the topics are discussed during the cluster sessions.

(b) The pre/post-tests are mainly targeting teachers and not subject advisors.

(2) Teachers achieving less than 80% will be identified and support will be provided during the implementation during the week. Heads of Department in schools and Subject Advisors in districts are expected to assist these teachers through Classroom Support Visits to deepen their content knowledge to be provided that week.NW4161E

01 October 2015 - NW3607

Profile picture: Boshoff, Ms SH

Boshoff, Ms SH to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What actions have been taken to ensure that infrastructure projects are implemented speedily to ensure that available funds are used on time?

Reply:

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) constantly monitors progress on the implementation of its infrastructure projects and the associated expenditure.

For projects implemented under the Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Delivery Initiative (ASIDI) Programme, the DBE Project Managers, together with the Programme Support Unit (PSU) that consists of professionals from the built environment, review performance on a monthly basis through the National Steering Committee Meetings. The PSU, via its Provincial Co-ordinators, undertakes project site visits to assess progress, to view problems and gather information. Where needed, they facilitate meetings between project partners to provide advice where possible, share experiences/good practices and provide specialist advice about contract and construction management issues.

For schools implemented by Provincial Education Departments (PEDs) utilising the Education Infrastructure Grant (EIG) Funds and their Provincial Equitable Share, the DBE receives progress reports from each PED on a monthly basis and reviews them during the Infrastructure Heads of Education Department Committee (HEDCOM) Sub-com Meetings and provides guidance and assistance to PEDs on technical and project management matters so as to ensure timeous completion of their school infrastructure projects and to improve the expenditure of their allocated budget.

30 September 2015 - NW3258

Profile picture: Matiase, Mr NS

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

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

Reply:

(1) (a) R11 061 519.27

(b) 2006

(2) (a) R6 727 497.66

(b) R3 051 216.16

29 September 2015 - NW3220

Profile picture: Basson, Mr LJ

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

(1)Why is the wastewater treatment plant in Cradock which is under the control of the Chris Hani District Municipality and polluting the Great Fish River in the Eastern Capenon-functional; (2) whether her department has taken any steps to stop the pollution; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether sampling of water has been done (a) at the plant and (b) downstream from the plant to ascertain e-coli levels for each month during the period 1 July 2012 to 30 July 2015; if not, why not; if so, what are the results for each month during the specified period; (4) whether there are any plans to upgrade the plant; if not, why not; if so, (a) when and (b) what is the estimated cost; (5) what is the (a) current capacity of the plant in megalitres per day and (b) inflow currently?

Reply:

(1) The non-functionality of Cradock Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW) is attributed to the Water Service Authority functions transitioning from InxubaYeThemba Local Municipality to Chris Hani District Municipality, as it has been the case since 2014. This has been an inheritance of financial burdens which has adversely affected the whole operation and maintenance at the plant and at the sewage pump stations.Payments to maintenance service providers had been delayed as such some arms of the plant (motors, aerators, pumps, etc) that have since broken down and have not been repaired or replaced.

These are now attended to and the Cradock WWTWwill be fully repaired and will function at an optimum level in due course.

(2) My Department has taken steps to notify and request the Municipality to take corrective steps in rectifying the pollution of the Great Fish River water resource caused by the
non-functionality of Cradock WWTW and its associated sewer network infrastructure.

The following are amongst a number of steps taken by my Department:

  • Firstly, my Department issued a non-complianceletteron 2 April 2013 informing the Municipality about the poor quality effluent discharged and the incorrect disposal of the sewage sludge from the Cradock WWTWs, copy of letter attached as Annexure A.
  • Secondly, officials from my Department’s Provincial Office: Eastern Capeconducted aninvestigation on 1 August 2014 into the allegedpollution and it was revealed that pollution still persists. Therefore,myDepartment issuedanother non-compliance letter to the Municipalityon 11 August 2014 regarding pollution incidents entailing sewage spillages from manholes in Cradock, copy of letter attached as Annexure B/
  • Thirdly, myDepartment also served the Municipality with non-compliance letter on 25 September 2014 following another site inspection that was conducted on
    16 September 2014 informing the Municipality about poor quality effluent discharged by the Cradock WWTWs and requesting the Municipality to submit an action plan taken by the municipality in rectifying the situation within 14 days.
  • Thefourth interaction was a meeting that was held between Chris Hani District Municipality, Great Fish Water User Association,InxubaYeThemba Local Municipality and myDepartment at the Municipal Offices in Cradock on 10 February 2015 ,refer to attached Annexure C for minutes with actions and attendance register).

The aim was to further engage and persuade the Chris Hani DM as Water Services Authority to take action and correct the poor quality effluent being discharged by the Cradock WWTW into the Great Fish River. In this meeting the Municipality indicated the challenges (as mentioned in (1) above) promising to attend to the challenges with a detailed written response by 16 February 2015 as requested by myDepartment as was done even in previous communiqués, refer to attached Annexure D for the minutes of the .

It should be noted that there has not been any written response as yet from the Municipality after these engagements.

During the last inspection which was conducted on 12 August 2015, the presence of the Contractor on site was noted on site repairing some of the various arms of theWWTW.

(3) Table 1below is the summary of the effluent quality discharged by the (a) Cradock Wastewater Treatment Works and the (b) Great Fish River, downstream of the discharge point from the Cradock Works:

Table 1

Sampling Dates

  1. Cradock WWTW
  1. Downstream of Cradock WWTW

July 2012

0 cfu/100ml

58 cfu/100ml

August 2012

66 cfu/100ml

128 cfu/100ml

September 2012

7 500 cfu/100ml

86 cfu/100ml

October 2012

0 cfu/100ml

400 cfu/100ml

January 2013

2 cfu/100ml

7 000 cfu/100ml

March 2013

10 cfu/100ml

3 400 cfu/100ml

April 2013

0 cfu/100ml

4 400 cfu/100ml

May 2013

7 200 cfu/100ml

420 000 cfu/100ml

June 2013

520 cfu/100ml

164 cfu/100ml

May 2014

0 cfu/100ml

24 000 cfu/100ml

June 2014

0 cfu/100ml

24 000 cfu/100ml

September 2014

35 000 cfu/100ml

1 900 cfu/100ml

December 2014

37 000 cfu/100ml

40 000 cfu/100ml

February 2015

390 000 cfu/100ml

710 cfu/100ml

June 2015

4 600 000 cfu/100ml

42 000 cfu/100ml

August 2015

108 cfu/100ml

294 cfu/100ml

It should be noted my Department also done water sampling in August month for both Cradock WWTWs and the Great Fish River, downstream of the discharge point from the Cradock Works and the results are 108 cfu/100ml and 294 cfu/100ml respectively.

(4) No, the Department has not taken any plans to upgrade the WWTWs. The dysfunctional elements of the WWTWsare largely due to the lack of operation and maintenance at the WWTW and reticulation infrastructure, which if properly managed will render the works effective in its treatment of the sewage received.

The Upgrading of the WWTW would not seem to benecessary at this point unless further major developments are anticipated in the area. However, the Water Service Authority is currently attending to these repairs.

(4)(a) Falls Away.

(4)(b) Falls Away.

(5)(a) The current capacity of the plant is 8.3 mega litres per day.

(5)(b) The currently inflow is 5.6 mega litres per day average.

 

---00O00---

29 September 2015 - NW2918

Profile picture: Lekota, Mr M

Lekota, Mr M to ask the Minister of Finance

(1)Whether the Government was proactively utilising the slide of the rand to its lowest level against the dollar in 15 years to stimulate (a) manufacturing, (b) mining, (c) agriculture, (d) agri-processing, (e) exports, (f) internal and external tourism and (g) methanol production to supplement liquid fuels; if not, why not; if so, (i) what exactly is the Government doing to use the weakness of the rand to spur real economic growth and (ii) how far is the Government succeeding in achieving the specified objective; (2) what is the impact of the current state of weakness of our national currency on the economy?

Reply:

1) A floating exchange rate is an important part of the design of macroeconomic policy which allows the economy to adapt to changing global circumstances. A weaker currency can stimulate exports. The speed with which exports can grow in response to a weaker rand, however, is influenced by how high and how quickly domestic costs rise in response to the weaker rand, the pace of growth in major markets and supply side factors.

In an environment of weaker economic growth, it is imperative that policy supports the competitiveness of local business. The inflation targeting framework helps to anchor inflation expectation in the face of volatility. Continued government investment in infrastructure aims to lower the cost of doing business and increase the competitiveness of South African business. Furthermore, Government has a range of incentives in place to support economic growth and exports. The Department of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME) and / or the specific ministries involved (DTI, DMR, DAFF, EDD, DoT) can provide further details.

2) As South Africa is a price taker in international markets, there’s no evidence that the weakness of the rand has affected the terms of trade at this stage. The rand’s weakness is providing support to exports. To date, the knock-on impact of higher imported goods prices on inflation has been relatively low, although this remains a risk that the South African Reserve Bank is monitoring closely as it follows its mandate to keep inflation within the target band.

29 September 2015 - NW3221

Profile picture: Basson, Mr LJ

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

(1)Whether there has been an improvement of service and fewer water interruptions since the Chris Hani District Municipality became the water service provider in the municipality from 1 July 2014; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether her department will assist the specified municipality with ageing and inadequate infrastructure; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether her department will assist with the non-functioning new standby generator at the main pumping station; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) will her department intervene to improve the water service in the specified municipality; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (5) what is the latest Blue Drop score for the purification plant in the specified municipality?

Reply:

  1. Yes, the Blue Drop System does show that during the period when InxubaYethemba Local Municipality (LM) was in control, the number of samples which were taken were higher (430 per year) than when Chris Hani DM was in control (122 samples per year). The quality compliance improved though in terms of turbidity (from 47,1% to 85,1%) and ecoli(from95% to 100%) since Chris Hani DM took over. The challenge currently is on the billing system as users have not been getting their accounts on services of the InxubaYethemba LM since Chris Hani DM took over the Water Services Provider (WSP) function. The turnaround time to repair leaks is still a challenge, but there is constant intervention from the Department through the Rapid Response Unit(RRU). Unfortunately, it cannot be said that the water service has improved since the Chris Hani DM took over.
  2. There is currently no funding dedicated for the aging and inadequate infrastructure but the technical support is provided.
  3. The Chris Hani DM purchased standby generators for both main water and main sewer pump stations which are currently the subject of the dispute with the service provider. According to Chris Hani DM, the dispute is on the verge of being resolved with the service provider.
  4. Yes, there are ongoing interventions on a call down basis through the RRU and Operation and Maintenance O&M technical support.
  5. The latest Blue Drop score is 71%.

--00O00---

29 September 2015 - NW3222

Profile picture: Basson, Mr LJ

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

(1)Whether her department is monitoring the quality of the water in the Great Fish River; if not, why not; if so, (a) how is this being done and (b) how often; (2) whether the Great Fish River is part of the River Health Scheme; if not, why not; (3) whether her department has put any measures in place to prevent the pollution of bulk water schemes downstream of the Cradock Wastewater Treatment plant; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) whether she can provide the latest Green Drop status of the Cradock Wastewater Treatment plant; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (5) whether any action was taken by the Chris Hani District Municipality in response to her department’s notice to comply within 14 days which expired on 11 February 2015; if not, what action did her department take in response to this; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) Yes ,my Department is monitoring the quality of water in the Great Fish River.

(1)(a) Through sampling of the water quality.

(1)(b) Monitoring is conducted on a quarterly basis.

(2) Yes, it is part of River Health Programme.

(3) My Department has issued a number of regulatory actions to the polluters. Action such as Non compliance notice and Pre-Directive are issued. Whilst Chris Hani District

Municipality (CHDM) did attend to some of the issues and did provide an action plan, this plan was not detailed enough to address the non compliances.

(4) The last compliance inspection was conducted on 16 September 2014 and was not in good condition. A non-compliance letter and a pre-directive were issued. Further meetings were held to discuss the status of the system.

(5) At the July 2015 site visit it was observed that repairs were being conducted to a horizontal aerator and to one of the two circular clarifiers. Two of the vertical shaft aerators were in operation and eleven of the horizontal shaft aerators were defunct and in various states of disrepair. The two inclined screw pumps were out of order and appeared to be partly dismantled or under repair. NW3823E

---00O00---

29 September 2015 - NW3340

Profile picture: More, Ms E

More, Ms E to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether the National Treasury meets the Government’s employment equity target of 2% for the employment of persons with disabilities that was set in 2005; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

National Treasury currently has 1.2% of employees disclosed as persons with disabilities against the total staff compliment.

In some instances, the Department is experiencing challenges with existing employees not willing to register their status, in that not every employee who is a person with a disability is comfortable to disclose such. There is an initiative in the Department to encourage disclosure and remove the stigma.

In addition, the National Treasury engages various organisations supporting persons with disabilities and has forwarded vacant positions to be included in their newsletters and / or websites to encourage applications from the target group. The Department’s engagement with tertiary institutions has also highlighted that there is a limited number of persons with disabilities studying in the fields required by the Department.

29 September 2015 - NW3536

Profile picture: Paulsen, Mr N M

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

(1)In a view of the National Treasury's Budget Review stating that an estimated R5 billion in tax revenue was forgone during the period 1 April 2005 to 31 March 2012 due to the tax allowance under section 11D of the Income Tax Act, Act 58 of 1962, can the benefits of the tax incentive be quantified in terms of the (a) development of new products; and (b)number of (i) jobs and (ii) job opportunities that were created?

Reply:

(1) (a) 1 062 new products were launched during the period November 2006 to February 2014. No data is available for the period before November 2006.

(b) (i) Since inception to February 2014 there were 25268 personnel directly employed by companies applying for the R&D tax incentive in conducting R&D..

(ii) Data is not available for the number of job opportunities created during the period 1st April 2005 to 31 March 2012. This is not one of the reporting parameters set by section 11D(17) whicht states that the Minister of Science and Technology must annually submit a report to Parliament advising Parliament of the direct benefit of the research and development in terms of economic growth, employment and other broader government objectives and the aggregate expenditure in respect of such activities without disclosing the identity of any person. Furthermore section 11D(13) states that a taxpayer carrying on research and development approved under subsection (9) must report to the committee annually with respect to the progress of the research and development and the extent to which that research and development requires specialized skills.

29 September 2015 - NW3296

Profile picture: Shivambu, Mr F

Shivambu, Mr F to ask the Minister of Finance

(1)(a)(i) What total amount did the National Treasury spend on his travel costs between Gauteng and Cape Town in the 2014-15 financial year and (ii) how many trips did he undertake between Gauteng and Cape Town in the specified financial year and (b) what total amount did the National Treasury spend on (i) hotel and (ii) residential or other accommodation for him in (aa) Cape Town and (bb) Pretoria in the 2014-15 financial year; (2) (a)(i) what total amount did the National Treasury spend on the Deputy Minister’s travel costs between Gauteng and Cape Town in the 2014-15 financial year and (ii) how many trips did the Deputy Minister undertake between Gauteng and Cape Town in the specified financial year and (b) what total amount did the National Treasury spend on (i) hotel and (ii) residential or other accommodation for the Deputy Minister in (aa) Cape Town and (bb) Pretoria in the 2014-15 financial year?

Reply:

(1)(a)(i)

(1)(a)(ii)

(1)(b)(i)(aa)

(1)(b)(i)(bb)

(1)(b)(ii)(aa)

(1)(b)(ii)(bb)

R207 079.83

31

-

-

-

-

           

(2)(a)(i)

(2)(a)(ii)

(2)(b)(i)(aa)

(2)(b)(i)(bb)

(2)(b)(ii)(aa)

(2)(b)(ii)(bb)

R237, 593.25

52

R 6 383.79

R 153 430.59

-

-

 

 

29 September 2015 - NW3002

Profile picture: Lekota, Mr M

Lekota, Mr M to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether the Government has a clear strategy to identify policies, regulations and failures that were impacting negatively on (a) economic growth, (b) direct fixed investments, (c) implementation of the National Development Plan, (d) job preservation and (e) job creation enterprises, with a view to addressing these obstacles vigorously and thereby clearing the path to rapid and sustainable economic growth; if not, why not; if so, what (i) impediments has the Government identified for vigorous attention and (ii) time frames and goals did it establish to achieve a rapid turnaround?

Reply:

Government has in place a clear performance monitoring system, which is headed by the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation. This system seeks to identify progress towards implementation of the NDP through the goals operationalized in the Medium Term Expenditure Framework, and the key obstacles to achieving these goals. Cabinet receives regular report backs from the Clusters in order to highlight performance against targets and where interventions are necessary.

Government also recognises the importance of consultation in order to identify policies and regulations which are negatively impacting on economic growth and job creation. The Presidential Business Working Group (PBWG), which consists of senior Government and Business representatives, to promote the identification of problems and finding solutions in areas such as: regulatory impact on investment; education and skills development; labour market; infrastructure; and inclusive growth.

The work of the PBWG has led to improved turnaround times at the Company and Intellectual Property Commissions; implementation of the Socio-Economic Impact Assessment (SEIAS), development of a set of regulatory principles, implementation of One Environmental System, alignment of water licensing regime with environmental impact assessment and mining licensing regime among other achievements.

The introduction of SEIAS, which came into effect as of 1 July 2015, will seek to proactively address problems. The SEIAS process seeks to improve the quality of legislation; reduce the unintended consequences of new laws and regulations; and better align regulations with Government’s priorities such as inclusive growth, social cohesion and poverty alleviation.

A set of regulatory principles that will define and characterise all regulations in South Africa has been developed. These will be implemented once approved by Cabinet. This would include ensuring that the objectives and purposes of regulation are clear and unambiguous, maximise efficiency and effectiveness, reduce the cost of doing business, and that regulation is administered in a manner which minimises unnecessary cost, complexity and duplication. The regulatory principles will complement the SEIAS in improving the quality and implementation of legislation.

Engagement are ongoing and concerted efforts are being put in place to address some of the key challenges affecting investors such as immigration regulations, challenges with energy supply and policy uncertainty in the mining sector. Government remains committed to ensuring that South Africa remains attractive for investment and the regulations and polices do not negatively affect the country’s developmental aspirations envisioned in the NDP.

28 September 2015 - NW3393

Profile picture: Lovemore, Ms AT

Lovemore, Ms AT to ask the Minister of Basic Education

Whether, since her reply to question 1404 on 25 September 2014, the Southern and East African Consortium for Monitoring Education Quality IV assessment report has been made available to her; if not, when does she expect to receive this report; if so, (a) why has it not been made available to the public and (b) when will it be available to the public?

Reply:

(a) No, the Southern and East African Consortium for Monitoring Education Quality (SACMEQ) IV assessment report has not been received by the Minister from the SACMEQ Coordinating Centre (SCC) which manages the release of scored data for each participating country.

(b) The SACMEQ IV achievement results will be made available to the public once the SACMEQ Ministers, the managing structure of SACMEQ, have received and endorsed the assessment reports at the Tenth Session of the SACMEQ Assembly of Ministers on 27 November 2015 in Botswana.

28 September 2015 - NW2944

Profile picture: Lotriet, Prof  A

Lotriet, Prof A to ask the Minister of Science and Technology

(1)Whether her department is in any way involved in research regarding the new nuclear build programme in the country; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?”

Reply:

The Department is not involved in research regarding the new nuclear build programme in the country since the nuclear technology option/choice is yet to be decided on. However, there are existing initiatives in support of nuclear energy industry that the Department of Science and Technology (DST) is involved in for the development of know-how and technologies in the nuclear technologies fields.

These include the Nuclear Engineering Research Chair at North West University; Carbon Materials and Technology Chair at the University of Pretoria; Advanced Materials Initiative (AMI); South African Nuclear Human Asset Research Programme (SANHARP); Masters in Accelerator and Nuclear Science (MANUS) and Masters in Material Science (MatSci) programme, involving the University of Zululand, the University of the Western Cape and iThemba Labs.

The focus of the work is as follows:

  • Nuclear safety, which includes radiation effects of mining and routine discharges of Koeberg nuclear power station and also radiation standards and regulations;
  • Nuclear materials beneficiation;
  • Carbon technologies research with emphasis on nuclear graphite technology to support nuclear power generation;
  • Reactor technology research on modelling and simulation of nuclear reactors and their associated power plants and process applications. These models are applied in the analysis, design and optimisation of pressurised water reactors and high temperature reactors;
  • Nuclear project management, nuclear energy economics; and
  • Collaborative research on system analysis of passive safe small modular high temperature gas cooled reactors.

28 September 2015 - NW3461

Profile picture: Walters, Mr TC

Walters, Mr TC to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

What proactive measures are in place to ensure that the state fulfils its constitutional duties in terms of section 26(3) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, read together with chapter 2 of the Extension of Security of Tenure Act, Act 62 of 1997, when his department and local municipalities are notified of the statutory prescribed form of the intended eviction proceeding in terms of section 9(2)(d)(ii) and (iii) of the Extension of Security of Tenure Act, Act 62 of 1997?

Reply:

Through district offices, the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR) on receipt of such notifications always attempts to negotiate a settlement using internal capacity by calling upon affected parties and stakeholders such as relevant Municipalities to find a solution. If these internal interventions fail, external assistance through the Land Rights Management Facility is sought either for further mediation and or litigation. Depending on the outcome, DRDLR may negotiate an on or off farm settlement for occupiers in terms of section 4 of the Extension of Security of Tenure Act, 1997 (Act No. 62 of 1997).

28 September 2015 - NW3460

Profile picture: Walters, Mr TC

Walters, Mr TC to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

Whether, with regard to a certain law firm (name furnished) that deals with eviction issues on behalf of his department, (a) his department funds the specified law firm entirely with regard to litigation in eviction matters, (b) how many cases have been handled by the specified law firm since its appointment, (c) what amount has been spent by his department on average in respect of each case and (d) how many of the specified cases were successful in the sense that the court ruled against landowners in claims for eviction in terms of (i) the Extension of Security of Tenure Act, Act 62 of 1997 and (ii) the Land Reform Act, Act 3 of 1996; (2) on what basis does his department exclude persons from being represented by the (a) specified law firm and/or (b) approved members of the panel of the specified law firm; (3) what criteria does his department utilise to determine who qualifies for legal support that is provided by the specified firm; (4) does his department have an agreement that the specified law firm must appoint private law firms to represent land occupiers; if so, (a) what are the reasons for allowing the specified appointments at the Government’s expense and (b) on what relevant legislative provision does his department rely when it allows the specified appointments to be made; (5) does his department have an agreement that the specified firm appoint branches of the Legal Aid Board to represent land occupiers; if so, on what legislative provisions does his department rely when it allows the specified appointment to be made?

Reply:

(1) (a) Yes.

(b) 1145

(c) R57 284.34

(d) (i) 134

(ii) 0

(2)(a),(b) If persons do not meet the definition of the relevant legislation and or if they fall outside the qualifying threshold of R5000.00 gross income in terms of ESTA Regulations or a Means Test.

(3) Same response as Question 2 above.

(4) Yes.

 (a) Same response as in Question 2 above.

 (b) The Department relies on the judgement of Nkuzi Development Association and the Government of the Republic of South Africa.

(5) No.