Questions and Replies

26 February 2018 - NW181

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Mokoena, Mr L to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)Whether the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) pays administration fees to the National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences; if so, what amount was paid (a) in the (i) 2014-15, (ii) 2015-2016 and (iii) 2016-17 financial years and (b) since 1 April 2017; (2) What was the total amount spent in relation to expenditure related to administration costs of NSFAS in each specified financial year and/or period?

Reply:

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) has provided the following responses to the questions posed.

  1. In terms of a Memorandum of Understanding between the NIHSS and National Student Financial Aid Scheme, the NIHSS has to pay NSFAS an administration fee.
  2. Based on the funds under management by NSFAS, the following administration fees are payable by the NIHSS:

Year

Funds received from NIHSS (AFS)

NSFAS 2% Admin Fee

2015

18 000 000.00

360 000.00

2016

37 800 000.00

756 000.00

2017

31 502 000.00

630,040.00

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS PEARL WHITTLE

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 181.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 181 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENT/S

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

26 February 2018 - NW25

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

Whether the Central Johannesburg Technical and Vocational Education and Training College has sufficient equipment to teach practical skills in all fields; if not, what (a) are the details of all the equipment that is in shortage and (b) plans have been put in place to address all equipment shortages; (2) Whether her department is aware of any cases where the specified college awarded students marks for the practical component of a course where no actual practical teaching took place; if not, (3) Does she have any intention of investigating whether such practices take place at the specified college; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) Whether any equipment was lost due to theft at the specified college (a) in the (i) 2015, (ii) 2016 and (iii) 2017 academic years and (b) since 1 January 2018; if so, what (aa) are the relevant details, (bb) steps have been taken to apprehend the thieves and (cc) action has been taken to replace the stolen equipment?

Reply:

1. The Central Johannesburg TVET College offers a range of business, engineering and services-related programmes. The Principal of the College has indicated that not all workshops and laboratories used for the teaching of practical skills across the various fields are fully equipped with machines, tools and relevant equipment.

a) The kitchens for the Hospitality programmes need to be refurbished as this programme was relocated to the old Wits Hotel School from the Smit Street campus as the previous building was expropriated and demolished for the Gautrain project.

The ICT infrastructure needs recapitalisation and modernisation.

The key concern for the Engineering programmes is the procurement of Learning and Teaching Support Materials (LTSM).

The Fitting and Motor Mechanic workshops require replacement of tools and machinery due to it being missing or obsolete.

b) The College included the refurbishment of the kitchens in its 2018 Strategic Plan, pending the availability of funds.

The College is in the final stages of a tender process for the recapitalisation of its ICT infrastructure. This project, once completed early in 2018, will have addressed all ICT related issues across all campuses and programmes.

The College Council recently approved that campuses may procure LTSM to a maximum of R30 000 to expedite the provision of LTSM.

Since 2016, the College has procured some tools and equipment for the Motor Mechanic workshops. Earlier this year, the Ford Motor Company donated three new vehicles to the College for teaching and learning purposes. The College is also in discussions with ABB South Africa for similar donations to its Alexandra campus.

2. The College and Department are not aware of cases where students were awarded marks for the practical component of a course where no actual practical teaching took place.

3. If more detail is provided on the incident, the Principal and Department will investigate and take appropriate action.

4. According to the Principal, who assumed office on 01 April 2016, some staff members verbally alleged that some equipment was lost/misplaced/unaccounted. To date, no evidence has been provided by these staff members.

(a) (i) Detailed information regarding allegations of lost/stolen assets are not readily available for 2015 and 2016. The Department will investigate and revert back in due course.

(ii) The Principal’s report indicates that in 2016, a staff member made allegations against a Campus Manager at the Ellis Park Campus involving two missing sofas and a lawn mower. This was investigated and evidence was provided that the sofas were being re-upholstered. The service provider would not release the sofas as there was a misunderstanding regarding the quotation. Payment was effected and the sofas were returned to the College.

The service provider who repaired the lawnmower wanted payment before releasing the machine. Payment was effected and the lawnmower was returned to the College.

The above report was provided to the complainant but he was not satisfied with the explanation. The Principal has requested the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) specialists deployed at colleges to investigate this matter. The College is still awaiting this report.

(b) The College had three incidents of armed robbery and theft of computers at the Crown Mines campus over a 12 month period.

The College also had an incident of an armed robbery at the Troyeville campus during the early hours of 6 November 2016 where approximately 150 computers were stolen.

(aa) The armed robberies apparently involved groups of 10-12 heavily armed men who overpowered the night guards and locked down the sites.

(bb) These cases were reported to the South African Police Services.

(cc) The College has revised its security arrangements and is in the process of installing updated surveillance and monitoring equipment, and improving access control. The College has also replaced all the stolen computers.

 

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS ARUNA SINGH

CONTACT: 012 312 5149

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 25.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 25 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

26 February 2018 - NW205

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Did the National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences use the services of a certain company (name furnished) on 4 July 2017; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what (i) is the total number of persons who were transported, (ii) are the details of each person who was transported, (iii) is the total cost for each person who travelled, (iv) was the total cost of the trip, (b) was the service that was provided by the specified company the cheapest option, (c) did the expenditure comply with (i) the National Treasury’s cost cutting measures and (ii) the regulations of (aa) her department and (bb) the Auditor-General of South Africa, (d) who approved the (i) trip and (ii) payment?

Reply:

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) has provided the following responses to the questions posed.

The services of Exclusive Tours was used.

a) (i) A total of 24 staff members were transported.

(ii) The names of the staff members are as follows:

Number

Name

 

Ntambudzeni Tshiswaise

 

Livhuwani Mavhunga

 

Musa Maphalakasi

 

Adelaide Kubeka

 

Kgomotso Ramushu

 

Ayanda Zwane

 

Ayanda Zondi

 

Idah Makukule

 

Elias Phaahla

 

Tumelo Mokoena

 

Sarah Mosoetsa

 

Nthabiseng Motsemme

 

Busi Pilane

 

Nicola Critchfield

 

Tlaleng Mofokeng

 

Cebile Jali

 

Tshiamo Molapisi

 

Tshiamo Rakau

 

Kambale Muhongya

 

Lebohang Magage

 

Papama Magqwashe

 

Tebogo Molaoa

 

Keketso Phakoe

 

Matlhogonolo Maselwanyane

(iii) The average cost per person was R1 846.

(iv) The total cost of the trip was R44 300.

b) It was the cheapest travel option.

c) (i) The expenditure complied with the NIHSS’s policies. The NIHSS is neither a Department, nor a constitutional institution, nor a public entity listed in Schedule 2 or 3, and therefore the Public Finance Management Act is not applicable to the NIHSS.

(ii) (aa) Spending is managed by the NIHSS in terms of its policies.

(bb) The Auditor-General of South Africa audits the NIHSS in terms of Section 38 of the Higher Education Act and since its inception has received unqualified audit opinions.

d) The Chief Executive Officer, Professor Sarah Mosoetsa, approved the trip and expenditure.

 

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS PEARL WHITTLE

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 205.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 205 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENT/S

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

26 February 2018 - NW204

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Ketabahle, Ms V to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Did the National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences use the services of a certain company (name furnished) on 6 July 2017; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what (i) is the total number of persons who were transported, (ii) are the details of each person who was transported, (iii) is the total cost for each person who travelled, (iv) was the total cost of the trip, (b) was the service that was provided by the specified company the cheapest option, (c) did the spending comply with (i) the National Treasury’s cost cutting measures and (ii) the regulations of (aa) her department and (bb) the Auditor-General of South Africa and (d) who approved the (i) trip and (ii) payment?

Reply:

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) has provided the following responses to the questions posed.

The services of Exclusive Tours was used.

a) (i) A total of 24 staff members were transported.

(ii) The names of the staff members are as follows:

Number

Name

 

Ntambudzeni Tshiswaise

 

Livhuwani Mavhunga

 

Musa Maphalakasi

 

Adelaide Kubeka

 

Kgomotso Ramushu

 

Ayanda Zwane

 

Ayanda Zondi

 

Idah Makukule

 

Elias Phaahla

 

Tumelo Mokoena

 

Sarah Mosoetsa

 

Nthabiseng Motsemme

 

Busi Pilane

 

Nicola Critchfield

 

Tlaleng Mofokeng

 

Cebile Jali

 

Tshiamo Molapisi

 

Tshiamo Rakau

 

Kambale Muhongya

 

Lebohang Magage

 

Papama Magqwashe

 

Tebogo Molaoa

 

Keketso Phakoe

 

Matlhogonolo Maselwanyane

(iii) The average cost per person was R 1 625.

(iv) The total cost of the trip was R39 000.

b) It was the cheapest travel option.

c) (i) The expenditure complied with the NIHSS’s policies. The NIHSS is neither a Department, nor a constitutional institution, nor a public entity listed in Schedule 2 or 3, and therefore the Public Finance Management Act is not applicable to the NIHSS.

(ii) (aa) Spending is managed by the NIHSS in terms of its policies.

(bb) The Auditor-General of South Africa audits the NIHSS in terms of Section 38 of the Higher Education Act and since its inception has received unqualified audit opinions.

d) The Chief Executive Officer, Professor Sarah Mosoetsa, approved the trip and expenditure.

 

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS PEARL WHITTLE

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 204.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 204 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENT/S

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

26 February 2018 - NW203

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Did the National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences use the services of a certain company (name furnished) on 5 July 2017 to travel from Kievits Kroon, Pretoria to 12 East Road Observatory, Johannesburg; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what (i) was the cost of the trip and (ii) are the details of each person who was transported, (b) was the service that was provided by the specified company the cheapest travel option, (c) did the spending comply with (i) the National Treasury’s cost cutting measures and (ii) the regulations of (aa) her department and (bb) the Auditor-General of South Africa and (d) who approved the (i) trip and (ii) the payment?

Reply:

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) has provided the following responses to the questions posed.

The services of Exclusive Tours was used.

a) (i) The trip cost R1 500.

(ii) The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Prof Sarah Mosoetsa, was transported.

b) It was the cheapest travel option.

c) (i) The expenditure complied with the NIHSS’s policies. The NIHSS is neither a Department, nor a constitutional institution, nor a public entity listed in Schedule 2 or 3, and therefore the Public Finance Management Act is not applicable to the NIHSS.

(ii)(aa) Spending is managed by the NIHSS in terms of its policies.

(ii)(bb) The Auditor-General of South Africa audits the NIHSS in terms of Section 38 of the Higher Education Act and since its inception has received unqualified audit opinions.

d) (i) and (ii) The acting CFO approved the expenditure.

 

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS PEARL WHITTLE

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 203.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 203 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

26 February 2018 - NW202

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Did the National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences use the services of a certain company (name furnished) on 5 July 2017, to travel from 12 Willa Road Observatory in Johannesburg to Kievits Kroon in Pretoria; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what (i) was the cost of each trip and (ii) are the details of those transported, (b) was the service provided by the specified company the cheapest travel option taken, (c) did the spending comply with the cost cutting measures and regulations of (i) the National Treasury, (ii) her department and (iii) the Auditor-General of South Africa and (d) who approved the trip and payment?

Reply:

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) has provided the following responses to the questions posed.

The services of Exclusive Tours was used.

a) (i) The trip cost R1 500.

(ii) Mrs Ayanda Zwane was transported.

b) It was the cheapest travel option.

c) (i) The expenditure complied with the NIHSS’s policies. The NIHSS is neither a Department, nor a constitutional institution, nor a public entity listed in Schedule 2 or 3, and therefore the Public Finance Management Act is not applicable to the NIHSS.

(ii) Spending is managed by the NIHSS in terms of its policies.

(iii) The Auditor-General of South Africa audits the NIHSS in terms of Section 38 of the Higher Education Act and since its inception has received unqualified audit opinions.

d) The Chief Executive Officer, Professor Sarah Mosoetsa, approved the trip and expenditure.

 

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS PEARL WHITTLE

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 202.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 202 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

26 February 2018 - NW201

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Did the National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences use the services of a certain company (name furnished) on 5 July 2017, to travel from 12 East Road Observatory in Johannesburg to Kievits Kroon in Pretoria; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what (i) was the cost of each trip and (ii) are the details of those transported, (b) was the service provided by the specified company the cheapest travel option taken, (c) did the spending comply with the cost cutting measures and regulations of (i) the National Treasury, (ii) her department and (iii) the Auditor-General of South Africa and (d) who approved the trip and payment?

Reply:

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) has provided the following responses to the questions posed.

The services of Exclusive Tours was used.

a) (i) The trip cost R1 500.

(ii) The Chief Executive Officer, Professor Sarah Mosoetsa, was transported.

b) It was the cheapest travel option.

c) (i) The expenditure complied with the NIHSS’s policies. The NIHSS is neither a Department, nor a constitutional institution, nor a public entity listed in Schedule 2 or 3, and therefore the Public Finance Management Act is not applicable to the NIHSS.

(ii) Spending is managed by the NIHSS in terms of its policies.

(iii) The Auditor-General of South Africa audits the NIHSS in terms of Section 38 of the Higher Education Act and since its inception has received unqualified audit opinions.

d) The acting Chief Financial Officer approved the expenditure.

 

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS PEARL WHITTLE

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 201.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 201 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENT/S

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

26 February 2018 - NW199

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Mkhaliphi, Ms HO to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Did the National Institute for Humanities and Social Science use the services of a certain company (name furnished) on 14 July 2017, to travel from Kievits Kroon in Pretoria to 24 St Andrews Johannesburg; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what (i) was the cost of each trip and (ii) are the details of those transported, (b) was the cheapest travel option taken, (c) did the spending comply with (i) National Treasury cost cutting measures and (ii) the regulations of (aa) her department and (bb) the Auditor-General of South Africa and (d) who approved the (i) trip and (ii) payment?

Reply:

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) has provided the following responses to the questions posed.

The services of Exclusive Treasure Tours was not used on 14 July 2017

 

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS PEARL WHITTLE

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 199.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 199 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENT/S

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

26 February 2018 - NW194

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Mkhaliphi, Ms HO to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Did the Chairperson of the National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences travel from Johannesburg to Hong Kong on 8 June 2017 and return on 11 June 2017; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what was the (i) purpose of the specified visit and (ii) price of the ticket, (b) what was the (i) name and (ii) fee of the travel agency that was used, (c) were the services provided by the specified travel agency the most cost effective travel option taken, (d) did the spending comply with (i) National Treasury cost cutting measures and (ii) the regulations of (aa) her department and (bb) the Auditor-General of South Africa and (e) who approved the trip and payment thereof?

Reply:

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) has provided the following responses to the questions posed.

The Chairperson, Professor Ari Sitas, flew from Johannesburg to Fuzhou, China via Hong Kong on 8 June 2017 and returned on 11 June 2017.

a) (i) The purpose of the visit was to attend the 5th BRICS Think Tanks Council meeting and 9th BRICS Academic Forum in Fuzhou.

(ii) The price of the ticket was R102 910 (excluding airport taxes).

b) (i) The travel agency used was Travel With Flair.

(ii) The fee was R440.

c) It was the cheapest travel option.

d) (i) The expenditure complied with the NIHSS’s policies. The NIHSS is neither a Department, nor a constitutional institution, nor a public entity listed in Schedule 2 or 3, and therefore the Public Finance Management Act is not applicable to the NIHSS.

(ii) (aa) Spending is managed by the NIHSS in terms of its policies.

(bb) The Auditor-General of South Africa audits the NIHSS in terms of Section 38 of the Higher Education Act and since its inception has received unqualified audit opinions.

e) The Chief Executive Officer, Professor Sarah Mosoetsa, approved the trip and expenditure.

 

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS PEARL WHITTLE

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 194.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 194 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENT/S

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

26 February 2018 - NW185

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Thembekwayo, Dr S to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(a) What (i) is the number and (ii) are the names of (aa) institutions and (bb) projects at each institution that have been funded under the Humanities Hubs programme of the National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences and (b) what (i) was/is the length of each project, (ii) was the funding period of each project and (iii) activities were held by each project?

Reply:

The National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS) has provided the following responses to the questions posed.

(a) (i) Eight projects have been funded under the Humanities Hubs Programme as indicated in the table below.

Nr.

(a)(ii)(aa)

Name of Institution

(a)(ii)(bb)

Name of Project

(b)(i)

Length of Project

(b)(ii)

Funding Period

(b)(iii)

Activities of the project

1

Liliesleaf Trust Humanities Hub

Liberation Struggle Histories Hub

3 years

1/08/2014 – 31/08/2017

1. Colloquium

2. Schools outreach

3. Mobile exhibition at UNISA, UL & UNIVEN

2. 

Freedom Park

Freedom and Humanity Hub

1 year

1/4/2017 – 31/03/2018

1. Conduct educational programme

2. Host story telling / oral history performance

3. Establish Pan African Archives

4. Collaborate with the University of Sol Plaatje, University of South African & University of Mpumalanga

3. 

University of Fort Hare, Liberation Struggle History Archives

Community Based Memories Humanities Hub

3 years

1/4/2017 – 31/03/2020

Digitize the following hubs and sites:

1. Lwandle Museum

2. Alice Community Museum

3. Hogsback Community Art Gallery

4. Mgwali Forced Removal Community Museum

5. Legal Offices of Robert Sobukwe in Graaff Reinet

6. Home of Steve Biko, Ginsberg, Z.K. Matthews House, Alice.

4. 

Isimangaliso Wetland Park Authority

Isimangaliso Humanities Hub

1 year

1/4/2017 – 31/03/2018

1. Development of Digital Archive

2. Publication of edited volume

3. Publication of journal articles

4. Capacity building, particularly for designated groups

5. 

Lwandle Migrant Labour Museum

Migrant Workers' Humanities Hub

2 years

1/4/2017 – 31/03/2019

1. Conduct a travelling exhibition

2. Produce a DVD or booklet on the museum

3. Collaborate with Kuyakhanya Production, University of Fort Hare & University of KwaZulu-Natal

6. 

Mapungubwe National Park & World Heritage

Mapungubwe Cultural Humanities Hub

1 year

1/4/2017 – 31/03/2018

1. Host a conference

2. Host a Dialogue

3. Capacity building particularly for designated racial and gender groups

7. 

The Hunterstoun Heritage Centre, University of Fort Hare

Land and Intellectual Humanities Hub

1 year

1/4/2017 – 31/03/2018

The project will yield the following:

1. Colloquium proceedings & two journal articles or chapters in books arising out of the colloquium

2. Fifteen recorded accounts of the educational histories and experiences in the Eastern Cape of individual participants and their families

3. Produce a documentary film based on these recorded histories

4. An archive (video recordings and transcribed documents) of at least six recorded interviews with local people about their family’s history with regard to land

8. 

WITS Origins Centre

Origins Humanities Hub

1 year

1/4/2017 – 31/03/2018

1. Installation of Engraved Boulders

2. Coordinate public visits

3. Host Workshops

4. Procure educational materials

5. On Reflection of the contribution of Africa to world civilisations

6. Update Blombos exhibition and Middle Age fossil discoveries on the Cape Coast

7. Conduct community workshop

8. Conduct Education seminar

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS PEARL WHITTLE

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 185.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 185 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENT/S

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

02 January 2018 - NW3572

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Krumbock, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

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

Reply:

a) (i) No payments to suppliers are outstanding as at 7 November 2017.

b) There are no amounts outstanding for the Department.

In accordance with the information received from Public Entities, relevant details are provided as follows:

Entity

(a) (ii) Total number of supplier invoices that currently remain unpaid

(aa) more than 30 days

(bb) more than 60 days

(cc) more than 90 days

(dd) more
than 120 days

(b) Total amount outstanding in each case

1. AGRISETA

59

3

1

1

54

(aa) R72 571.31

(bb) R100 464

(cc) R94 329

(dd) R1 659 985.62

2. CATHSSETA

38

30

4

1

3

(aa) R2 452 473.88

(bb) R228 580.56

(cc) R37 578.18

(dd) R57 222.83

3. ETDP SETA

14

13

0

1

0

(aa) R7 932 769

(cc) R23 290

4. HWSETA

12

5

1

0

6

(aa) R163 365.49

(bb) R1 774.45

(dd) R168 774.65

5. INSETA

2

0

0

2

0

(cc) R21 760

6. LGSETA

47

13

18

16

0

(aa) R2 624 800

(bb) R34 651 800

(cc) R8 585 200

7. MQA

6

0

0

1

5

(cc) R1 640.01

(dd) R722 940.26

8. NSF

2

2

0

0

0

(aa) R4 145 224.82

9. NSFAS

48

12

3

7

26

(aa) R805 203.44

(bb) R57 193.80

(cc) R111 006.07

(dd) R499 135.35

10. PSETA

36

6

13

3

14

(aa) R1 502 400

(bb) R2 140 118.20

(cc) R1 160 000

(dd) R1 580 400

11. QCTO

6

2

2

0

2

(aa) R40 855.03

(bb) R27 283.86

(dd) R22 777.20

12. SAQA

189

17

7

7

158

(aa) R57 978.48

(bb) R10 067

(cc) R2 843

(dd) R119 251.50

  1. SASSETA

114

27

12

75

0

(aa) R602 863.18

(bb) R391 332.37

(cc) R251 075.67

13. SERVICES SETA

394

133

140

54

67

(aa) R7 490 891.16

(bb) R5 309 333.17

(cc) R3 486 408.30

(dd) 23 912 187.70

14. W&RSETA

931

148

51

32

700

(aa) R24 400 294.39

(bb) R1 732 204.50

(cc) R29 686.17

(dd) R7 077 136.34

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MR THEUNS TREDOUX

CONTACT: 012 312 5357/5079

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3572.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3572 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

02 January 2018 - NW3883

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)(a) What percentage of the annual budget allocated to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has been transferred by her department to the specified entity as at 30 September 2017, (b) what is the total amount that NSFAS committed to pay to each technical vocational education and training (TVET) college for the 2017 academic year, (c) what amount has been transferred from NSFAS to each specified TVET college during the period 1 January 2017 to 31 October 2017 and (d) what amounts were still due to the TVET colleges for the 2017 academic year as at the latest specified date for which information is available; (2) Whether her department has any plan in place to improve the transfer of funds from NSFAS to TVET colleges in the future; if so, (a) at what stage of the academic year can TVET colleges expect to receive the full amounts due to them in the future and (b) what funding options are available to TVET colleges to assist poor students during the interim period until the funds due to them have been transferred?

Reply:

1. (a) and (b) The total amount transferred to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) amounted to R12.5 billion including administration fees that represents 100% of the funds budgeted to NSFAS.

(c) and (d) Amounts transferred to TVET colleges and balances remaining as 28 November 2017 are reflected below:

Institution

2017 Commitment

2017 Paid up to October 2017

2017 Balance remaining

1. Boland College

R 37 886 000

R 18 606 294

R 19 279 706

2. Buffalo City College

R 35 041 000

R 26 241 784

R 8 799 216

3. Capricorn College

R 79 211 000

R 58 985 122

R 20 225 878

4. Central Johannesburg College

R 56 809 000

R 17 265 929

R 39 543 071

5. Coastal KZN

R 85 901 000

R 58 192 667

R 27 708 333

6. College of Cape Town

R 50 324 000

R 22 835 461

R 27 488 539

7. Eastcape Midlands College

R 39 303 000

R 17 853 781

R 21 449 219

8. Ehlanzeni College

R 41 150 000

R 18 658 753

R 22 491 247

9. Ekurhuleni East College

R 57 383 000

R 37 518 758

R 19 864 242

10. Ekurhuleni West College

R 80 076 000

R 43 276 018

R 36 799 982

11. Elangeni College

R 62 893 000

R 33 792 149

R 29 100 851

12. Esayidi College

R 59 735 000

R 32 380 987

R 27 354 013

13. False Bay College

R 34 619 000

R 20 107 445

R 14 511 555

14. Flavius Mareka College

R 22 341 000

R 9 386 075

R 12 954 925

15. Gert Sibande College

R 55 566 000

R 38 860 100

R 16 705 900

16. Goldfields College

R 26 821 000

R 8 138 318

R 18 682 682

17. Ikhala College

R 24 597 000

R 11 153 074

R 13 443 926

18. Ingwe College

R 38 844 000

R 34 344 848

R 4 499 152

19. King Hintsa College

R 22 870 000

R 15 157 108

R 7 712 892

20. King Sabata Dalindyebo College

R 40 238 000

R 23 886 430

R 16 351 570

21. Lephalale College

R 16 016 000

R 4 859 924

R 11 156 076

22. Letaba College

R 32 395 000

R 16 248 024

R 16 146 976

23. Lovedale College

R 21 511 000

R 9 753 808

R 11 757 192

24. Majuba College

R 96 293 000

R 47 792 588

R 48 500 412

25. Maluti College

R 43 511 000

R 31 553 239

R 11 957 761

26. Mnambithi College

R 39 398 000

R 19 877 833

R 19 520 167

27. Mopani South East College

R 40 305 000

R 25 832 364

R 14 472 636

28. Motheo College

R 78 388 000

R 47 445 403

R 30 942 597

29. Mthashana College

R 31 778 000

R 14 769 095

R 17 008 905

30. Nkangala College

R 52 712 000

R 36 035 538

R 16 676 462

31. Northern Cape Rural College

R 24 120 000

R 16 608 150

R 7 511 850

32. Northern Cape Urban College

R 25 851 000

R 15 388 270

R 10 462 730

33. Northlink College

R 68 888 000

R 58 901 100

R 9 986 900

34. Orbit College

R 78 177 000

R 29 775 647

R 48 401 353

35. Port Elizabeth College

R 40 803 000

R 26 560 223

R 14 242 777

36. Sedibeng College

R 56 611 000

R 27 305 234

R 29 305 766

37. Sekhukhune College

R 31 457 000

R 15 573 012

R 15 883 988

38. South Cape College

R 29 935 000

R 19 281 734

R 10 653 266

39. South West Gauteng College

R 89 312 000

R 47 054 950

R 42 257 050

40. Taletso College

R 37 722 000

R 11 446 024

R 26 275 976

41. Thekwini College

R 40 039 000

R 22 627 176

R 17 411 824

42. Tshwane North College

R 80 718 000

R 24 492 375

R 56 225 625

43. Tshwane South College

R 66 739 000

R 21 512 091

R 45 226 909

44. Umfolozi College

R 67 621 000

R 55 443 757

R 12 177 243

45. Umgungundlovu College

R 33 827 000

R 10 313 202

R 23 513 798

46. Vhembe College

R 95 343 000

R 62 331 255

R 33 011 745

47. Vuselela College

R 40 785 000

R 17 994 264

R 22 790 736

48. Waterberg College

R 31 122 000

R 21 344 003

R 9 777 997

49. West Coast College

R 41 777 000

R 24 842 423

R 16 934 577

50. Western College

R 52 858 000

R 23 980 282

R 28 877 718

Total

R 2 437 620 000

R 1 353 584 088

R 1 084 035 912

2. (a) The Department is committed to improving the disbursement of bursary funds to Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges in 2018. TVET colleges have three academic cycles per academic year. NSFAS plans to disburse all funds to TVET colleges by 30 November 2018. It should be noted that the amount reflected under commitment is an indicative amount not to be exceeded. Some of the commitments will not be fully claimed as payments by NSFAS depends on actual students qualifying and being admitted to colleges. After all the claims have been finalised, the remainder of the amount will then be utilized for the colleges who had more than expected NSFAS qualifying students. The indicative allocation and any remaining funds will be rolled over to the new allocation for the next financial year.

(b) The core challenge experienced by the TVET college sector, which leads to the low disbursement of funds, is that very few students are committed to signing the Schedule of Particulars (SoPs). The Department has agreed that NSFAS should consider an alternative option where registration data is used, signed off by the Accounting Officer (College Principal), to substitute the SoP requirement. This will lead to improved disbursement of funds to several institutions. NSFAS has over the last few weeks deployed officials to TVET colleges to expedite the disbursement process and as such, payments have been made weekly to institutions to ensure that they receive funds owed to them. Colleges have been trying to manage the funding of poor students in the interim through their own reserves or seeking advances on their subsidies from the Department. In some cases students had to find funding for themselves which is an untenable situation.

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MR KEEGAN KAYSER.

CONTACT: 012 312 5248

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3883.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3883 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

02 January 2018 - NW3317

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Mbatha, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

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

Reply:

1. (a) In terms of the regulations for the conditions of service and appointment of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of a Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) published on 4 November 2011, SETA CEOs are not appointed on a permanent basis. SETA CEOs are appointed for a term of office that correspond with the term of office of the members of the Accounting Authority and may stay in office for a period of six months if the SETA in question has been re-established.

(b) The appointment of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and other officials within the SETA are not regulated by the Department of Higher Education and Training.

Entity

Name of CEO

Appointment period (MM/YY)

Name of CFO

Appointment period (MM/YY)

   

Started

End

 

Started

End

QCTO

Mr VD Naidoo

06/17

05/22

Ms N Madilonga-Khondowe

10/12

Permanent

BANKSETA

Vacant

   

Mrs B Dziruni

09/14

Permanent

PSETA

Vacant

   

Mr F Shamsoodeen

09/17

31/20

SASSETA

Ms M Moroka

04/13

03/18

Vacant

   

LGSETA

Ms G Dlamini

03/15

03/18

Mr L Kuse

08/16

03/20

INSETA

Ms S Dunn

10/09

03/18

Mr D Molapo

03/16

Permanent

TETA

Ms MA Frempong

04/08

Permanent

Mr S Ndukwana

04/12

Permanent

CATHSSETA

Vacant

   

Vacant

   

HWSETA

Vacant

   

Vacant

   

AGRISETA

Vacant

   

CFO function is outsourced

   

FP&M SETA

Ms F Yende

05/13

03/18

Mr R Marule

08/16

03/18

FOODBEV SETA

Vacant

   

Ms N Selamolela

02/13

Permanent

W&RSETA

Vacant

   

Ms S Molefe

11/16

12/17

ETDP SETA

Ms N Nxesi

08/04

03/18

Ms N Mashilo

11/17

07/18

FASSET

Vacant

   

Mr Z Koyana

10/17

03/20

EWSETA

Mr ER Gradwell

09/12

03/18

Ms M Mookapele

12/16

Permanent

MICT SETA

Mr OF Mopaki

04/16

03/18

CFO function is outsourced

   

MQA

Vacant

   

Mr M Mdingi

12/16

03/18

CETA

Ms S Pilusa

13/13

31/18

Ms V Ndlovu

06/15

Permanent

CHIETA

Vacant

   

Mr F Motala

03/02

Permanent

MERSETA

Dr Patel

10/06

03/18

Ms D Mjikeliso

05/17

03/20

SERVICES SETA

Mr A Nongogo

05/16

03/18

Mr T Matsebe

03/17

Permanent

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS SERURUBELE MUTINHIMA

CONTACT: 012 312 5646

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3317.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3317 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

30 November 2017 - NW3222

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)What number of new campuses (a) have been constructed over the past three years or (b) are currently being planned for public Technical and Vocational Educational and Training (TVET) colleges; (2) (a) What is the location of each new campus and (b) which public TVET college will be managing each new campus; (3) From what budget(s) will the operational costs of each new campus be funded in the medium and longer term; (4) (a) What progress has been made in acquiring land, rezoning, provision of bulk services, approval of plans and other relevant matters for each planned campus and (b) what action steps are still not accomplished?

Reply:

1. (a) Over the past three years, three campuses have been under construction. The Thabazimbi campus has been completed and handed over to Waterberg TVET College. The remaining two campuses, i.e. Nkandla A and Bhambanani, are due for completion in November 2017 and May 2018 respectively.

(b) The Department is currently planning to construct ten new campuses, managed by eight TVET colleges.

2. The table below provides (a) the location of each new campus and (b) the respective TVET college responsible for managing the campus post the completion of construction.

No

TVET College

New Campus

Local Municipality

District Municipality

Eastern Cape Province

 

Eastcape Midlands

  1. Graaff-Reinet

Beyers Naude

Sarah Baartman

 

Ingwe

  1. Ngqungqushe

Ngquza Hill

OR Tambo

 

Ikhala

  1. Sterkspruit

Senqu

Joe Gqaba

 

Ikhala

  1. Aliwal North

Maletswai

Joe Gqaba

Limpopo Province

 

Letaba

  1. Giyani

Mopani

Greater Giyani

Mpumalanga Province

 

Gert Sibande

  1. Balfour

Dipaleseng

Gert Sibande

KwaZulu-Natal Province

 

Umgungundlovu

  1. Msinga

Msinga

Umzinyathi

 

Umgungundlovu

  1. Greytown

Umvoti

Umzinyathi

 

Esayidi

  1. Umzimkhulu

Umzimkhulu

Sisonke

 

Umfolozi

  1. Nkandla B

Nkandla

Uthungulu

3. The National Skills Fund has funded the operational budgets of the first three sites for three years. The period thereafter will be dealt with by prioritising funding from any additional funds provided by National Treasury. A similar approach of prioritising funding will be followed for the remaining ten new campuses to be built.

4. (a) In terms of bulk services, the Department has conducted a study of each site and in consultation with the relevant municipal authority developed a customised cost effective solution for each site’s bulk service requirement. Provision has been made in the site budget to cover any municipal capital levy costs that may be payable on commencement of construction.

All statutory requirements have been met as depicted in the table below.

(b) There are no action steps outstanding with regard to the construction planning process at this time.

TVET College

Campus

Land Ownership

Water User Licence Approval

Environmental Authorisation

Planning and Development Approval

Building Plans

1. Eastcape Midlands

1. Graaf-Reinet

Beyers Naude Municipality

Erf 9012, Erven 4140 & 4150

For transfer to the College

Not Required

Granted on

24 November 2014

Approved on
21 November 2013

Approved

2. Ingwe

2. Ngqungqushe

Eastern Cape Department of Roads and Public Works

Erf 2786 Lusikisiki

Tribal Land Lease Agreement

Not Required

Granted on

23 February 2015

Approved on
19 February 2014

Approved

3. Ikhala

3. Sterkspruit

Eastern Cape Department of Roads and Public Works

Portion 11 of Farm 82, Herschell Road, Sterkspuit

For transfer to the College

Granted on 14 August 2015

Granted on

11 December 2014

Approved on
19 February 2014

Approved

 

4. Aliwal North

Maletswai LM

Erven 094, 3094, 3099 and 3100 Aliwal North

For transfer to the College

Not Required

Granted on

08 April 2014

Approved on
22 August 2013

Approved

4. Letaba

5. Giyani

Department of Public Works, Grater Giyani Local Municipality is the custodian and has provided PTOB

For transfer to the College

Not Required

Not Required

Approved on
2 February 2014

Approved

5. Gert Sibande

6. Balfour

Dipaleseng Local Municipality

Portion 0 of the Farm Balfour
557 IR

For transfer to the College

Granted on

10 February 2016

Granted on

06 May 2014

Approved

Approved

6. Umgungundlovu

7. Msinga

Ingonyama Trust Board Lease Agreement

Granted on

30 June 2015

Granted on
10 July 2014

Approved on
15 July 2015

Approved

 

8. Greytown

Umvoti LM

Lot A1455 and Lot 5695 Greytown

Granted on

03 November 2015

Granted 20 November 2014

Approved on
25 November 2013

Approved

7. Umfolozi

9. Nkandla B

Ingonyama Trust Board

Lease Agreement

Granted on

30 June 2015

Granted on

10 July 2014

Not Required

Approved

8. Esayidi

10. Umzimkhulu

uMzimkhulu Local Municipality

Portion of Erf 152

Granted on

19 November 2014

Granted on
4 April 2014

Approved on
24 January 2014

Approved

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME:

CONTACT:

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3222.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3222 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

30 November 2017 - NW3650

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

What was the average value of (a) bursaries awarded to Technical and Vocational Education and Training college students and (b) loans awarded to university students from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme in the (i) 2015, (ii) 2016 and (Iii) 2017 academic years?

Reply:

a) National Student Financial Aid Scheme has indicated that the average value of bursaries awarded to Technical and Vocational Education and Training College students are as follows:

2014

2015

2016

R 8 710

R 8 878

R 9 338

Figures for 2017 are not yet available as the academic year is still in progress, and not all bursary contracts have been concluded.

b) The average value of loans awarded to university students are as follows:

2014

2015

2016

R 37 443

R 40 202

R45 606

Figures for 2017 are not yet available as the academic year is still in progress, and not all loan contracts have been concluded.

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME:

CONTACT:

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3650.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3650 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

30 November 2017 - NW3366

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Bucwa, Ms H to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)(a) What are the (i) names and (ii) professional designations of each staff member of the Central Johannesburg Technical and Vocational Education and Training College who are employed on a contract basis and (b) why are the specified staff members not employed permanently; (2) Have any plans been put in place to move the specified staff members into permanent positions; if not, why not; and (3) Whether any documents relating to plans to move the specified staff members to permanent positions were mislaid; if so, what (a) are the relevant details and (b) action has been taken to address the situation in each case?

Reply:

1. (a) Names and designation of current 53 contract employees at the college is attached as Annexure A.

   (b) Of the 53 staff identified:

  • Three (3) employees were not on the original list of the college as eligible for permanency;
  • Seven (7) employees are foreigners and cannot be made permanent without the relevant immigration documents in place;
  • Thirty nine (39) employees did not undergo any recruitment and selection processes as per confirmation with college management and were therefore not eligible in terms of the approved criteria for permanency;
  • One (1) employee is currently a substitute with a contract end date and is therefore not eligible for permanency due to the nature of the work and project period; and
  • Three (3) employees are above the annual salary threshold as per criteria outlined in section 198(B) of the Labour Relations Act.

2. The following plans are currently in place:

  • The college has to confirm the status of three (3) employees who are not on the original list and to apply permanency criteria. Once this is done and if the three employees are eligible, they would be made permanent;
  • If any of the seven (7) foreigner employees have since received permanent residence status in South Africa and have valid South African identification they would be made permanent. Evidence to this effect will be required from the college before permanency can be confirmed;
  • The Department is in the process of developing a Collective Agreement that seeks to address the issue of staff who had not undergone recruitment and selection processes nationally and the status of the affected employees can only be finalised on the basis of the Collective Agreement;
  • The substitute employee’s contract will end once the permanent employee returns to work and this contract will not become permanent; and
  • The three (3) employees identified as being above the annual salary threshold cannot be made permanent as the approved criteria do not include them.

3. No documents have been mislaid.

COMPILER DETAILS

NAME AND SURNAME: MS LULAMA MBOBO

CONTACT: 012 312 6070

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3365.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3366 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

Annexure A

PERSAL NUMBER

SURNAME

INITIALS

CITIZENSHIP DESCRIPTION

DESIGNATION / JOB TITLE DESCRIPTION

REQV

NATURE OF APPOINTMENT DESCRIPTION

MEETING NOTES / COMMENTS

27439071

MOLOKOMME

LM

SOUTH AFRICA

CLEANER II

 

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27425843

BUNU

LS

SOUTH AFRICA

CLEANER II

 

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27393917

MOEMI

KE

SOUTH AFRICA

CLEANER II

 

CONTRACT

Not on original list for college

27476731

MOTHEMELA

HM

SOUTH AFRICA

CLEANER II

 

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27425363

MALUKA

MN

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK GRADE II

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26824825

APHANE

GT

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26837285

NETSHITONGWE

M

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27011097

MUSHWANA

BN

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27425495

NALEDI

MA

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

15

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27425614

RADEBE

T

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27425703

SELONA

MM

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

21719748

ZONKE

WZ

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27395421

BOTHANE

JY

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27060896

MANAKISE

K

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

50656856

MCLEAN

RA

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26535289

KHOAELANE

RJ

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27064310

CHEESIAN

P

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27206351

SHABANGU

PS

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27166287

MNYANDU

PS

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

18446108

NXUMALO

WT

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

Above threshold

26594412

NOAH

PP

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

Not on original list for college

23339993

MAKUMUCHA

A

ZIMBABWE

SENIOR LECTURER

15

CONTRACT

Foreigner

23171456

KOKE

G

ZIMBABWE

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

Foreigner

23202289

CHOCHO

M

ZIMBABWE

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

Foreigner

27074846

TSHIVHASE

KM

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26523256

KHUMALO

S

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26497484

NETSHIDZATI

KR

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26874911

NETSHITANZWANI

TF

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26638657

LETSWALO

KA

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27366430

MAGADLA

UN

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27514030

PHINDELA

M

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

Substitute

26824850

DANGALE

L

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

21839093

MOFOKENG

AM

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26751275

SEKU

L

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26587246

NDAYI

LN

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26503417

NCUBE

TM

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26577712

BAPELA

MD

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

27056473

BUTHELEZI

JA

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26742390

SIKHAKHANE

SD

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26567784

TLADI

HT

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26747260

MATHONSI

NM

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

23150998

KAMBA

KK

ZIMBABWE

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

Foreigner

28440625

SAKAROMBE

T

ZIMBABWE

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

Foreigner

27138046

MTO

PR

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

23578718

LESIBA

PM

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

21750068

MONAHENG

A

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

26496593

MATHABATHA

BM

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

18542867

FOURIE

V

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

Above threshold

26747359

LEDIGA

CL

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

No recruitment process

28414641

NCUBE

J

ZIMBABWE

SENIOR LECTURER

13

CONTRACT

Foreigner

26301211

MHLUNGU-MPANZA

FT

SOUTH AFRICA

SENIOR LECTURER

16

CONTRACT

Above threshold

23149035

MAIPENZI

T

ZIMBABWE

SENIOR LECTURER

14

CONTRACT

Foreigner

27425924

SOBASHE

M

SOUTH AFRICA

CLEANER II

 

CONTRACT

Not on original list for college

30 November 2017 - NW3358

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Tlhaole, Mr L S to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

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

Reply:

1. (a) No.

(b) No.

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It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3358.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3358 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

30 November 2017 - NW3221

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)What are the full details of the event or events that were managed by the events management company that was appointed in the 2016-17 financial year and for which the expenditure of R3.37 million was deemed irregular by the Auditor-General? (2) What are the names of the (a) owners and (b) directors of the specified company? (3) (a) What was the total cost of the event or events managed by the company and (b) what number of persons attended the event? (4) On what date (a) was the need for the tender identified, (b) was the tender advertised, (c) did the bids close, (d) did the bid evaluation and bid adjudication committees meet and (e) was the contract entered into? (5) What was the initial budget, contract amount and final amount paid to the company for its work?

Reply:

1. The expenditure that was deemed irregular was not in respect of a single event. The Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA) deemed the appointment of an events management service provider as irregular. The Department advertised the bid for the events management service provider for a shortened period of 14 days instead of the normal 21 days in terms of Treasury Regulation 16 A 6.3 that states, “the accounting officer or accounting authority must ensure that bids are advertised in at least the Government Tender Bulletin for a minimum period of 21 days before closure, except in urgent cases when bids may be advertised for such shorter period as the accounting officer/authority may determine.” According to the AGSA, the reasons provided for the shortened advertising period was not justified. Batsumi Travel (Pty) Ltd was appointed in June 2016 and was thereafter responsible for arranging events for the Department. The expenditure since their appointment amounted to R3.37 million. The irregular expenditure is under review and will be considered for condonement.

2. (a) Lisa Malebo Sebogodi

(b) Lisa Malebo Sebogodi

3. (a) The deemed irregular expenditure for events of the Department amounted to R3 369 841.94 from the appointment of Batsumi Travel (Pty) Ltd on 27 June 2016 until 31 March 2017.

(b) The events organised were attended by 4 487 persons.

4. (a) The need for the tender was identified on 18 November 2015.

(b) The tender was advertised on 20 May 2016.

(c) The tender closed on 3 June 2016.

(d) The Bid Evaluation Committee met on 7 June 2016 and Bid Adjudication Committee on 14 June 2016.

(e) The contract was signed on 27 June 2016.

5. The budget for the contract was estimated at R24 million for the 3-year period of the contract. The contract amount is R24 million, which includes a management fee of 8%. The final amount paid to the service provider can only be determined at the end of the contract.

 

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It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3221.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3221 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

27 November 2017 - NW3334

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Mbatha, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)How is her department monitoring the spending of (a) government funding and (b) research funding from other departments by institutions of higher learning; (2) What total amount has been spent by each institution of higher learning on contracting security companies (a) in the (i) 2015-16 and (ii) 2016-17 financial years and (b) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

  1. (a)(b) The Department does not monitor spending of Government funding nor research funding from other departments by institutions of higher learning, as it is the responsibility of those Departments.
  2. (a) Table 1 below provides audited data of the total amounts spent by universities on security contracts as provided in their annual reports:
 

(i)

(ii)

NO

UNIVERSITY

R/000

R/000

 

2015/16

2016/17

 

North West University

21 800

81 355

 

Rhodes University

3 828

4 517

 

University of Stellenbosch

0

43 796

 

University of Cape Town

51 767

33 358

 

University of Fort Hare

17 248

16 188

 

University of KwaZulu Natal

44 513

111 850

 

University of Limpopo

23 866

33 427

 

University of Pretoria

107 326

63 292

 

University of the Free State

14 375

38 270

 

University of the Western Cape

50 029

88 038

 

University of the Witwatersrand

37 713

73 812

 

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

53 603

88 652

 

Central University of Technology

11 417

15 130

 

Durban University of Technology

31 553

32601

 

Mangosuthu University of Technology

17 042

21 369

 

Tshwane University of Technology

90 202

160 477

 

Vaal University of Technology

32 878

65 733

 

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

27 353

22 674

 

University of Johannesburg

48 074

70 602

 

University of South Africa

78 219

102 410

 

University of Venda

11 585

1 866

 

University of Zululand - insourced

0

0

 

Walter Sisulu University of Technology

0

44 709

 

Sol Plaatjie University

2 921

5 121

 

University of Mpumalanga

2 921

7 933

 

Sefako Makgatho University

0

0

(b) 2017 annual reports are only due on 30 June 2018, and the information can be provided at that time.

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It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3334.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3334 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

27 November 2017 - NW3434

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Whether (a) her department and/or (b) any of the entities reporting to her (i) sponsored any conference of a certain political party (name furnished) and (ii) paid the host of any conference of the specified political party to display material at the conference; if so, (aa) what amounts were paid in each case and (bb) on what date did this occur in each case?

Reply:

Neither (a) the Department and/or (b) any of the entities reporting to the Department of Higher Education and Training have (i) sponsored any conference of a certain political party and (ii) paid the host of any conference of the specified political party to display material at the conference; and (aa) no amounts were paid in each case and (bb) on any date.

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It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3434.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3434 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

27 November 2017 - NW3361

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)Whether she has found that the decrease in the number of students assisted by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) at public technical vocational education and training (TVET) colleges from 235 988 in 2016 to 225 950 in 2017 represents a trend that should be reversed; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what actions will she undertake to ensure that the number of students at public TVET colleges studying with NSFAS support is increased; and (2) What growth in the number of TVET college students studying with NSFAS support over the medium term does she deem to be in line with the growth in the number of students in need of financial support

Reply:

1. The Ministry is aware of the trend and is in full agreement that this trajectory must be reversed. The Department’s Medium Term Strategic Framework targets 200 000 students per annum and therefore the Department is within the target range. There are year-to-year variations in the numbers depending on the number of students applying and qualifying. The reduced numbers are attributed to the growing demand for increased allowances from those already funded due to the cost of accommodation and travel. Added to this, the majority of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges were not participating in the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) centralised student-centred model in 2016. In 2016, sixteen (16) Colleges participated in the NSFAS student-centred model and 34 Colleges used an old and outdated NSFAS administrative system to process student applications. The old NSFAS administrative system did not entail verification of students’ supporting documents submitted by various government departments and thus a high number of students were awarded bursaries.

In 2017 the NSFAS centralised student-centred system was rolled out to all TVET Colleges requiring all applications of TVET College students to be processed through the new student-centred model which involves rigorous verification of applications of students. This stringent verification of students’ applications may have attributed to the decreased number of NSFAS beneficiaries in 2017 since many students, especially those who do not qualify for travel and accommodation allowances, are reluctant to complete and sign the bursary documentation. However, it must be noted that NSFAS has not concluded processing applications for 2017 and as such the number of NSFAS beneficiaries is likely to increase.

2. For the last seven (7) years, bursary funding for TVET Colleges has only been increasing in line with the Consumer Price Index. Taking into account the accompanying annual increase in tuition fees, a substantial increase in the number of NSFAS beneficiaries is not feasible from the allocated funds. Therefore, the number of public TVET College students benefitting from NSFAS is likely to remain stable unless there is a substantial increase of bursary funding from the voted funds. Motivations in this regard have been made to the National Treasury to increase the NSFAS allocations to TVET colleges in terms of providing relief to all who qualify for NSFAS support but there is insufficient funding and the current accommodation and travel allowance is insufficient to cover the costs.

 

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It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 3361.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 3361 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

08 November 2017 - NW2669

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)(a) How many houses have been built for executives at the University of Zululand and (b) for each house, (i) what are the names of the Executive which the house was built for, (ii) what was the cost of the house, (iii) when was each house built and (iv) what amount was spent on furnishing the house; (2) how were the costs of (a) building, (b) furnishing and (c) other expenses measured to the costs associated with a mid-level home in the same area?

Reply:

1. (a) The University of Zululand (UniZulu) has provided the following information indicating that nine (9) houses were purchased for executive staff members as reflected in the table below:

(b)

(i) Name of Executive who occupies the house

(ii) Cost

(iii) When was each house built

(iv) Amount spent on furnishings

1

Vice-Chancellor

R5 000 000.00

February 2016

The total amount spent on all furnishings were R1 329 566.00.

Average amount spent per property was R147 729.55.

2

Registrar

R2 100 000.00

   

3

Executive Director: Human Resources

R2 600 000.00

   

4

DVC: Research and Innovation

R2 750 000.00

   

5

DVC: Institutional Support

R3 100 000.00

   

6

DVC: Teaching and Learning

R2 950 000.00

   

7

Executive Director: Institutional Planning

R3 000 000.00

March 2016

 

8

Executive Director: Finance

R2 700 000.00

   

One additional house is currently under construction for an amount of R700 000.00. The University has not indicated which executive staff member will occupy this house.

2. The average mid-level income rental in Mtunzini ranges between R10 000.00 to R20 000.00 per month. If the University had rented the 9 properties instead of purchasing the properties as an investment, the University would have spent approximately R10 500 000.00 on rentals for executives over a 5-year period, which is made up as follows:

Rental allowances

Unit

Rate

Total

Vice-Chancellor

1

R25 000.00 pm x 60 months

R1 500 000.00

Deputy Vice Chancellors

3

R20 000.00 pm x 60 months

R3 600 000.00

Executive Directors

5

R18 000.00 pm x 60 months

R5 400 000.00

Totals

9

 

R10 500 000.00

The total cost of the properties amounted to R24.2 million, which the University has argued that over the long term this is a good investment to ensure that there is an effective retention strategy for executive staff members.

 

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It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 2669.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 2669 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

07 November 2017 - NW2870

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Bara, Mr M R to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to her reply to question 2463 on 5 September 2017 regarding the amount of debt owed to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) by graduates, (a) what is the total number of graduates whose debt adds up to R6.148 billion, (b) what proportion of the debt owed by graduates has been repayable for (i) less than three years and (ii) more than three years, (c) what amount of debt owed by the graduates has been (i) prescribed and (ii) written off and (d) whether each amount has been included in the total amount owed to NSFAS by graduates?

Reply:

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has reported the following information:

(a) The total number of graduates is 166 724.

(b) Due to the way the NSFAS debt is structured, NSFAS does not have a complete and accurate record of when NSFAS debt becomes due and payable. NSFAS debt becomes due and payable when a debtor is employed and earning above R30 000 per month. Debtors are required and expected to contact NSFAS when this condition has been met. NSFAS therefore establishes when a debt becomes due and payable by using available South African Revenue Service records but this information is an approximation. The information below should therefore be interpreted in this light.

Less than 3 years

More than 3 years

Not due and payable

Grand Total

50 255

104 244

12 225

166 724

30%

63%

7%

 

(c) NSFAS only writes off debtors when they are deceased or disabled. For the reasons stated above, NSFAS is not able to determine when debt is prescribed. Prescription of debt is therefore determined on a case-by-case basis.

(d) NSFAS recognises all amounts advanced to students, including graduates, as debtors. A provision is raised in terms of Generally Recognised Accounting Practice standards for the amount that may not be recovered.

 

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RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 2870.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 2870 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

07 November 2017 - NW2861

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

How many universities have their National Student Financial Aid Scheme grants distributed by a private company and (b) in each case, (i) what fee is paid to each private company and (ii) what are the relevant details of cases of (aa) purposeful fraud and/or (bb) accidental loss of funds that have occurred?

Reply:

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has provided the following responses:

a) Twenty-two universities currently have their NSFAS allowances disbursed by a private company. Five of these universities, namely the Durban University of Technology, Nelson Mandela University, Sol Plaatje University, University of South Africa and University of Venda make use of the NSFAS allowance disbursement system, sBux.

b) (i) The institutions do not pay any fees for the disbursement to the service providers. The service providers charge merchants a service fee, based on their respective contractual arrangements. For institutions using sBux, NSFAS does not pay the service provider any fees. The service provider, Celbux, charges registered merchants a service fee which is based on the value of the transactions.

(ii) NSFAS is not aware any cases of purposeful fraud with regard to universities contracting with their respective service providers. NSFAS has a fraud hotline in place for anonymous reporting of suspicious or potentially fraudulent incidents. Appropriate action is taken against students or merchants where any transgression have been identified. Additionally, students report matters to the South African Police Service who investigate the matters.

 

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RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 2861.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 2861 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

07 November 2017 - NW2862

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

(1)With reference to the student who mistakenly received an allowance of R14 million from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), (a) which entity subcontracted a certain company (name furnished) to disburse NSFAS student grants for Walter Sisulu University and (b) whether the company was vetted to ensure the quality of their service; (2) Does the specified company disburse NSFAS grants for other higher education institutions; if so, which institutions; (3) What restrictions are placed on student grants in terms of which outlets and on what items the grants can be spent; (4) Has (a) his department or (b) NSFAS requested that a forensic investigation be undertaken to explain how the specified student was able to spend over R800 000 on non-student items which included the purchase of multiple iPhones; (5) What are the relevant details of the steps his department will take to ensure that such an error is not repeated?

Reply:

(1) (a) Since 2012, Walter Sisulu University has contracted directly with Intellimali (Pty) Ltd to manage the processing of allowances to students and the subsequent purchase of goods from approved service providers.

(b) The service providers are procured in line with university supply chain management processes. NSFAS does not have any contractual arrangement with Intellimali (Pty) Ltd.

(2) In addition to Walter Sisulu University, Intellimali is used by the following Universities, to disburse allowances to NSFAS funded students:

  • Central University of Technology;
  • Mangosuthu University of Technology;
  • University of the Western Cape;
  • University of Fort Hare; and
  • University of Stellenbosch.

(3) The process used by Walter Sisulu University is as follows:

  • Details of students with confirmed NSFAS funding are forwarded to Intellimali (Pty) Ltd that uses the Intellicard system.
  • A food allowances is then raised on the card. For NSFAS students, it is a monthly amount of R1 400 and for other bursary funded students it varies based on the bursary stipulations.
  • Students present their Intellicard to pre-approved vendors for the purchase of food. These pre-approved vendors, such as Spar, Checkers and Pick n Pay, would need to be registered on the Intellimali system.
  • No cash is given to NSFAS funded students by Walter Sisulu University or Intellimali.

(4) Following the media reports regarding the payment of R14 million, NSFAS resolved to approach the incident as follows:

  • Letter written to the University requesting an explanation;
  • Engaged with the University service provider, Intellimali, to obtain a detailed understanding of the incident; and
  • Arranged a meeting with both the University and Intellimali to gain further context to the incident and agree on a suitable approach to resolve the matter. This includes a forensic investigation being instituted by Intellimali

NSFAS undertakes to implement recommendations flowing from the report that must address internal control deficiencies and shortcomings in NSFAS’s operating model and service level agreements with universities.

(5) NSFAS has committed to take the following actions to mitigate the risk of such errors from re-occurring:

  • Perform continuous reviews on its payment system and processes.
  • Increase the frequency of reporting by institutions beyond the final reporting reconciliation process that is currently in place.
  • Implement recommendations flowing from the report that must address internal control deficiencies and shortcomings in NSFAS’s operating model and service level agreements with universities.
  • Fast track the implementation of the Student Centred Model with special focus on allowance disbursement solutions.
  • Work closely with institutions to address any existing system and process challenges.
  • Establish a payment task team to ensure processes are enhanced and smooth transition from third party solution providers to the NSFAS allowance disbursement system, sBux.

 

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RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 2862.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 2862 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

07 November 2017 - NW2924

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Mbatha, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to his reply to question 2463 on 5 September 2017, what is the total amount that students owe to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme according to each institution of higher education?

Reply:

1. In Question 2463 on 5 September 2017, the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) provided the following information in respect to current debt:

CATEGORY

AMOUNT OUTSTANDING

Graduates

R6,148 billion

Drop-outs

R4,002 billion

Total

R10,150 billion

In response to the follow-up Question 2870 on 15 September 2017, NSFAS further detailed the breakdown of the R 6, 48 billion, as follows:

  • The total number of graduates whose debt amounts to R6,148 billion is 166 724;
  • 30% of the debt has been repayable for less than 3 years, 63% has been repayable for more than 3 years, and 7% is not yet due and payable;
  • It was noted that NSFAS only writes off debtors when they are deceased or disenabled, and that due to the nature of the loan book, NSFAS is not able to determine when debt is prescribed. This is undertaken on a case-by-case basis.

Both these Questions referred to a subset of the active loans on NSFAS’ loan management system. Active loans are differentiated by those that are current debt
(due and repayable) and those which are not current (students are still studying or have not yet started earning an income higher than the threshold for repayment).

For the full set of active and current debt as at 10 October 2017, the current balance due to NSFAS amounting to R10, 039 billion per institution is below:

UNIVERSITY

AMOUNT

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

R506 717 092,73

Durban University of Technology

R488 366 444,14

Mangosuthu University of Technology

R275 947 767,08

National Institute for HE-Northern Cape

R993 346,86

Nelson Mandela University

R344 621 154,85

North-West University

R304 780 110,55

Rhodes University

R131 801 119,37

Sefako Makgatho Health Science University

R9 056 835,34

Sol Plaatje University

R1 083 318,34

Tshwane University of Technology

R963 633 688,99

University of Cape Town

R289 262 535,08

University of Fort Hare

R325 478 544,39

University of Free State

R327 713 484,86

University of Johannesburg

R822 939 335,91

University of Kwazulu-Natal

R736 790 172,21

University of Limpopo

R462 408 595,59

University of Mpumalanga

R2 079 817,47

University of Pretoria

R403 184 158,67

University of South Africa

R768 793 350,08

University of Stellenbosch

R94 268 576,69

University of the Western Cape

R374 753 073,42

University of the Witwatersrand

R382 534 490,49

University of Venda

R294 129 907,72

University of Zululand

R392 875 328,38

Vaal University of Technology

R466 225 989,14

Walter Sisulu University

R868 580 301,97

For the full set of active current and non-current debt owed by students as at
10 October 2017, the current balance due to NSFAS amounts to R36bn (including where students are still studying and/or the debt is not due) per institution, and is detailed in the table below:

UNIVERSITY

AMOUNT

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

R1 481 768 393,98

Durban University of Technology

R2 243 974 396,76

Mangosuthu University of Technology

R992 386 918,76

National Institute for HE-Northern Cape

R1 149 261,73

Nelson Mandela University

R1 350 853 454,07

North-West University

R1 342 945 575,88

Rhodes University

R431 986 737,35

Sefako Makgatho Health Science University

R103 953 254,62

Sol Plaatje University

R22 223 742,89

Tshwane University of Technology

R4 058 994 259,49

University of Cape Town

R1 129 811 858,84

University of Fort Hare

R1 279 862 870,09

University of Free State

R1 250 862 728,96

University of Johannesburg

R3 193 507 681,58

University of Kwazulu-Natal

R2 864 250 065,09

University of Limpopo

R2 068 009 162,06

University of Mpumalanga

R24 548 688,49

University of Pretoria

R1 461 855 582,86

University of South Africa

R1 815 917 199,90

University of Stellenbosch

R304 029 975,73

University of the Western Cape

R1 054 824 003,59

University of the Witwatersrand

R1 509 613 862,75

University of Venda

R1 229 567 226,64

University of Zululand

R1 350 107 666,75

Vaal University of Technology

R1 482 077 644,67

Walter Sisulu University

R2 578 973 182,22

 

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It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 2924.

MR GF QONDE

DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 2924 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

07 November 2017 - NW2935

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

With reference to his reply to question 2664 on 20 September 2017, at what (a) actual or (b) average annual salary level are beneficiaries of National Student Financial Aid Scheme loans currently required to begin repaying the loan?

Reply:

1. The minimum salary threshold for repayments by beneficiaries is a taxable income of R30 000 per annum.

 

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It is recommended that the Minister signs Parliamentary Question 2935.

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DIRECTOR–GENERAL: HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION 2935 IS APPROVED / NOT APPROVED / AMENDED.

COMMENTS

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DATE:

31 October 2017 - NW2925

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Mbatha, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to her reply to question 1592 on 22 June 2017, what is her department’s (a) understanding and (b) position on the decolonisation of South African institutions of higher education?

Reply:

1. Decolonisation means different things to different people, and is an issue that is being intensely engaged with across the university system, as students and staff grapple to make meaning and build a shared understanding of it.

From the perspective of the Department of Higher Education and Training, decolonisation is fundamentally related to rapid, and perhaps radical, transformation of the higher education sector. It is related to:

  • Building a university system that has a South African, African, Global South and Global identity.
  • Engaging critically with what is taught, learnt and researched in the university system to ensure that it reflects these multiple identities and diverse worldviews.
  • Building an institutional culture at universities that is reflective of and receptive to multiple identities.
  • Addressing inequalities in relation to who leads, manages, teaches and researches in the university system.
  • Building a university system that is locally responsive and globally relevant.

The Department’s key intervention to promote the transformation agenda at an institutional level is the University Capacity Development Programme, which was described in Question 1592 on 22 June 2017. This is a multi-faceted, multi-year, resourced programme, which has the overarching goal of “Transforming teaching, learning, researching and leading towards enhanced quality, success and equity in universities”.

 

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QUESTION 2925 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

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DATE:

31 October 2017 - NW3066

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)How many applications were received in response to the last public call for potential external council members to apply for service on the councils of public Technical and Vocational and Education Training (TVET) colleges? (2) Whether she was able to fill all the vacancies in the college councils from this list; if not, what remedial actions were undertaken to ensure that positions that required Ministerial appointments were filled? (3) What is the average time required to fill vacancies that occur in the interim in the positions that require Ministerial appointment to the public TVET college councils? (4) (a) How many of the current vacancies have existed for a period of more than six months and (b) What are the plans to fill these positions?

Reply:

  1. In response to the call for nominations for 23 vacancies in the Councils of public Technical and Vocational and Education Training colleges, which was advertised on 2 October 2016 in the Sunday Times newspaper, the Department received 94 applications.
  2. All vacancies were filled.
  3. The process to appoint Ministerial Council members takes on average five months.
  4. (a) None.

(b) Currently there are 12 vacancies. A call for nominations was advertised on 15 October 2017 in the Sunday Times newspaper with a closing date for nominations of 31 October 2017.

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QUESTION 3066 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

31 October 2017 - NW3003

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King, Ms C to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

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

Reply:

1. (a) The Department has paid an amount of R7 408 496.09 to all employees on salary levels 2-12 at Head Office who qualified for performance bonuses. Processes are still underway regarding:

Position or Institution

Budget

Reason

SMS Members

R2 121 000.00

Moderation committee meeting will be convened on the 23 October 2017 to moderate SMS performance assessments.

CET and TVET Colleges

R 18 377 868.22 (estimated)

The moderation happens at college and regional levels with Head Office having to validate the final results against the assessment appraisal forms. Payments will be processed from 1 November 2017 to 30 November 2017

(b) The tables below provides a breakdown for salary levels 2-12 at Head Office.

Levels 2 - 10

   

Levels 11 - 13

     

Score

% Bonus

Total number of employees per category

 

Score

% Bonus

Total number of employees per category

   

66%

4.00%

40

 

66%

2.50%

2

   

67%

4.00%

38

 

67%

2.50%

6

   

68%

4.00%

44

 

68%

2.50%

7

   

69%

4.00%

48

 

69%

2.50%

11

   

70%

4.10%

53

 

70%

2.51%

10

   

71%

4.10%

45

 

71%

2.51%

10

   

72%

4.10%

0

 

72%

2.51%

0

   

73%

4.10%

38

 

73%

2.51%

5

   

74%

4.10%

28

 

74%

2.51%

4

   

75%

4.10%

95

 

75%

2.51%

20

   

76%

4.10%

32

 

76%

2.51%

10

   

77%

4.10%

22

 

77%

2.51%

4

   

78%

4.10%

8

 

78%

2.51%

5

   

79%

4.10%

10

 

79%

2.51%

2

   

80%

4.20%

10

 

80%

2.54%

3

   

81%

4.20%

5

 

81%

2.54%

0

   

82%

4.20%

0

 

82%

2.54%

0

   

83%

4.20%

1

 

83%

2.54%

1

   

84%

4.20%

2

 

84%

2.54%

1

   

85%

4.20%

4

 

85%

2.54%

3

   

86%

4.20%

0

 

86%

2.54%

0

   

87%

4.20%

1

 

87%

2.54%

0

   

88%

4.20%

0

 

88%

2.54%

1

   

89%

4.20%

1

 

89%

2.54%

0

   

90%

4.30%

1

 

90%

2.59%

1

   

91%

4.30%

2

 

91%

2.59%

0

   

92%

4.30%

2

 

92%

2.59%

0

   

93%

4.30%

2

 

93%

2.59%

0

   

94%

4.30%

0

 

94%

2.59%

0

   

95%

4.30%

0

 

95%

2.59%

0

   

96%

4.30%

0

 

96%

2.59%

1

   

97%

4.30%

0

 

97%

2.59%

0

   

98%

4.30%

0

 

98%

2.59%

0

   

99%

4.30%

0

 

99%

2.59%

0

   

100%

4.30%

1

 

100%

2.59%

0

   

(2) (a) The total estimated amount to be paid as bonuses to employees within the Department, including regional offices, Community Education and Training, and Technical and Vocational Education and Training colleges will be R45 000 000.

(b) In terms of the Public Service Regulations of 2016, Regulation 73 (4), the Minister shall from time to time determine the maximum percentage performance reward to be granted to an employee or categories of employees. In view of the Regulation mentioned above, it is difficult to provide an estimated breakdown for employees who will be qualifying for performance bonuses in the current performance cycle. The maximum percentage to be given to each qualifying employee cannot be estimated until the annual performance appraisal are conducted and moderated.

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DIRECTOR-GENERAL

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DATE:

QUESTION 3003 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

PROF HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

25 October 2017 - NW2868

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(a) What is the overall shortage of beds for student accommodation at each (i) public university and (ii) Technical and Vocational Education and Training college, (b) how are these shortage figures determined and (c) what long-term plans has his department made to address the shortage?

Reply:

(a) (i) The Ministerial Report on the Review of Student Housing at South African Universities undertaken in 2010 showed that the public university sector had sufficient spaces in university owned on-campus accommodation for approximately 107 598 or 20% of the contact student population. The report estimated that 195 815 new beds were required to effectively house an ideal number of students who required accommodation.

Between 2012/13 and 2014/15, the Department allocated R1.748 billion in infrastructure and efficiency funds towards the development of student housing and approximately 7 400 new beds have been constructed (completed) bringing the current on-campus stock up to approximately 115 000 beds. Some funded projects are still due for completion. This figure does not include any university projects funded by other means, or private accommodation that may have been developed. However, it is known that substantial private housing has been developed, especially in urban areas. The updated stock of available accredited affordable student housing needs to be determined as part of the Student Housing Infrastructure Programme.

(ii) The Department conducted a survey on student accommodation at Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges in 2010 and is currently updating this information as part of a college infrastructure self-assessment.

The survey was to have been completed by 31 August 2017. At this date, 47 Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges had completed and submitted their information. Follow-ups are being made with the 3 remaining TVET colleges to complete and submit their information. Preliminary data indicates that there are approximately 15 489 bed spaces at TVET colleges.

(b) The Ministerial Review Report recommended that ideally universities should be providing beds for 50% of contact students on campuses in urban areas where there are available and affordable off-campus accommodation, and 80% on rural campuses where there is little / inappropriate off-campus accommodation.

These figures were used to calculate the estimated shortage of on-campus accommodation. However, it is recognised that the solution involves institution owned accommodation on-campuses as well as privately owned accommodation and ideally, over time, all student accommodation should meet the norms and standards required for conducive living and learning spaces.

(c) The Department is committed to addressing the student housing shortage through its comprehensive long-term plan, the Student Housing Infrastructure Programme (SHIP), planned over a 10 year period from 2016-2026.

The objectives of the programme are to provide safe, affordable housing for students so that they can study, graduate and provide the skills necessary for employment and economic development. Through this programme, the Department aims to address the backlog of student housing at universities and TVET colleges and to create sustainable living and learning environments. The goal of the 10 year programme is to provide 200 000 new beds at universities, and 100 000 new beds at TVET colleges, depending on the availability of funding not only for infrastructure projects, but also for operations and student financial aid. A challenge still remains that there are no earmarked allocations of voted funds for TVET College infrastructure ever since the Department was established in 2009.

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DATE:

QUESTION 2868 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

PROF. HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

 

25 October 2017 - NW2867

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(a) What are the figures in respect of the shortage of beds at the University of Venda student accommodation facilities, (b) what amount has been allocated to the university for the construction of student accommodation over the past 10 years, (c) what is the status of the two residence construction projects at a cost of R135 million which are not yet housing students and (d) what steps is his department taking to address the accommodation crisis at the university?

Reply:

a) The challenge of student housing at the University of Venda (Univen) is linked to the increasing student numbers at the institution. Given its rural setting, in an ideal situation accessible and affordable student accommodation facilities, whether owned by the university or privately owned, would be available for 80% of the student population. 80% of the 2016 student headcount enrolment is 10 798 students. The 2016 university bed capacity is 2165 beds. This means that student housing for approximately 8 633 students is required in addition to the current university stock.

b) Over the past 10 years R168.494 million has been allocated by the Department to Univen for the construction of student accommodation. R35.5 million was allocated over the 2010/11 to 2011/12 funding cycle and R132.994 million over the 2012/13 to 2014/15 cycle.

c) Two residence construction projects, one intended to house 320 female students and the other 314 male students, at a cost of R135 million, are unfinished. The projects have been abandoned by the contractors. The reason reported for the abandonment by the contractor, who had won the tender for both student housing projects, is that the contractor had cash flow challenges and then realised that they had under-quoted for the work and would not be able to complete the projects within the amount approved by the university. The university has launched an investigation into the circumstances that led to the abandonment. The university has calculated the funds required to complete the projects and is currently raising additional funds to do this. It should be noted that there is a further student housing project currently underway at Univen funded by the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) that is progressing well. This will provide an additional 1800 beds for the 2018 academic year.

d) The need for student housing is a system wide challenge. The Department has supported Univen through its Infrastructure and Efficiency Grant as indicated in (b) above and will support them further in the next funding cycle (2018/19 to 2020/22), once it has solved the problem of the current projects and is in a position to manage a new set of projects. In addition the Department supported Univen to gain Ministerial approval to take on a loan of R300 million through DBSA for the additional R1800 beds mentioned in (c) above. The Department is currently undertaking feasibility studies at five universities and one Technical Vocational Education and Training college, supported by the Integrated Infrastructure Programme of South Africa (IIPSA), to identify effective funding models to accelerate student housing for the university sector.

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DATE:

QUESTION 2867 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

PROF. HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

25 October 2017 - NW2864

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Bucwa, Ms H to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Whether the Council on Higher Education (CHE) has put measures in place to ensure that all universities are using reputable external examiners for all courses; if not, (a) why not and (b) what steps will the CHE take in order to rectify this significant gap in quality control; if so, what are the relevant details of the measures in respect of each course at each university; (2) Whether the CHE approves of the practice of using bell curves in some instances to determine the distribution of marks in university courses, as an alternative to using external examiners; if not, why not; if so, why?

Reply:

The Council on Higher Education (CHE) has provided the following response:

1. (a) The CHE is not involved in the appointment of examiners at an institutional level. The Council expects all Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), whether public or private, to have clear institutional assessment policies in place. These must be in line with their teaching and learning policies, which may be differentiated according to the programme and module outcomes. The use of external moderators for exit level outcomes at the programme level is standard of good practice. HEIs will differ on the number of external examiners and moderators used, and whether international academics are utilised or not.

(b) The CHE does not prescribe to institutions outside of the criteria it applies to review programmes for accreditation. During the CHE Quality Assurance processes, a check is made as to whether the institutions assessment processes are rigorous and appropriate. The CHE considers the evaluation in a holistic way rather than as a tick-box exercise. While the CHE expects all public and private institutions to have robust and rigorous assessment practices in place, it cannot confirm that this is always the practice. In the first cycle of institutional audits that ran from 2004 to 2011, institutions were required to show that they had policies and processes in place to address the 19 criteria specified in the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) Institutional Audits Manual 2007. This includes criterion 12, which states:

“The institution has effective procedures that facilitate the quality of the internal and external moderation of its assessment procedure and results, in order to ensure their reliability, as well as the integrity of the qualifications it awards.”

All universities that were in existence prior to 2015 were subjected to institutional audits. Where any of the criteria were not met, universities were required to devise and implement improvement plans, which were monitored by the HEQC. The three new universities have not yet undergone institutional audits as they are still developing their policies and processes.

2. The methods used by HEIs to determine the distribution of marks in a course lies outside the remit of an external quality assurance agency. The CHE cannot comment on the extent that HEIs in the country may be using bell curves to determine the distribution of marks in courses as an alternative to using external examiners. However, the CHE expects that all exit level assessment will have external examiners in place, as this is standard of good practice.

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DATE:

QUESTION 2864 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

PROF. HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

25 October 2017 - NW2738

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Topham , Mr B to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(a) What is the total number of vacancies for lecturers that currently exists in each (i) university and (ii) technical and vocational training college across the country, (b) what are the salary levels of the specified vacancies and (c) what amount will it cost in remuneration packages to fill the specified vacancies?

Reply:

a) (i) The Department does not collect data on the number of vacancies and the appointment of personnel at universities. The Council of each university is the employer and not the Department of Higher Education and Training.

(ii) College lecturer vacancies are filled on a permanent or temporary basis, as and when the need arises, by college Principals who have the delegation of authority to fill these vacancies.

b) Not applicable.

c) Not applicable.

 

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DIRECTOR-GENERAL

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DATE:

QUESTION 2738 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

PROF. HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

25 October 2017 - NW2884

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Steenkamp, Ms J to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

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

Reply:

The Department does not have listed current and non-current assets or investments. Information pertaining to its entities can be found in the financial statements published in their annual reports submitted to Parliament.

 

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DATE:

QUESTION 2884 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

PROF. HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

25 October 2017 - NW2931

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)For each public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college, (a) what number of the appointments in vacancies for managers and lecturing staff that were advertised before the end of April 2017 have not yet been finalised, (b) which of the specified positions became vacant more than 12 months ago and (c) what factors are contributing to the delays; (2) Will any steps be undertaken to improve the turnaround time to fill the vacancies; if so, (a) what steps and (b) by what date will they be implemented; (3) Will he consider decentralising the (a) application and (b) selection process for the filling of vacancies at TVET colleges; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. (a) The Department advertised 112 management posts at Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges and filled 69 posts. The remaining 43 posts are at various stages within the recruitment and selection processes.

(b) 19 Posts were vacant for a period of longer than 12 months.

(c) The following factors contribute to the delays:

  • The Department receives large volumes of applications (approximately 30 000 applications) to be captured and processed;
  • The non-availability of panel members for shortlisting and interview sessions; and
  • Security clearance and screening processes of successful candidates takes longer to process as the Department relies on the State Security Services.

2. Steps to improve turnaround times to fill vacancies:

Plan

Activities

Time frame

Branch Head to manage and coordinate shortlisting and interview processes

Assign the Branch Head as the responsible official to manage and coordinate shortlisting and interviewing processes. Incorporate the filling of posts as a Key Result Area in the performance contracts of all Senior Managers.

31 March 2018

Develop a Recruitment Plan to fill posts within a specific financial year

Identify all vacant funded posts to be filled within the following financial year. Prioritise posts to be vacated and advertise them six months prior of the post being vacated.

January every year

Utilise an e-Recruitment system to advertise posts

Facilitate the appointment of a service provider to develop an e-Recruitment system to manage recruitment processes.

31 March 2018 for use by 1 April 2018

Standardise recruitment and selection processes across the country

Train College Human Resource Officials on recruitment and selection processes to ensure uniformity.

31 December 2017

Utilise Regulation 65(8) of the Public Service Regulations to fill vacancies

Fill generic posts on salary level 8 and below by utilising applications from previously advertised positions, within a period of six months.

On going

Service Standards for recruitment and selection processes

Develop Service Standards for recruitment and selection processes.

31 December 2017

3. College Principals already have delegations to advertise and fill positions on salary levels 1-8 and post levels 1-3.

 

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STATUS:

DATE:

QUESTION 2931 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

PROF. HB MKHIZE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

06 October 2017 - NW2865

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Bucwa, Ms H to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)On what date will the investigation into the fraudulent obtaining of places in health sciences courses at various public universities be completed; (2) whether the findings of the specified investigation will be made public; if not, why not; if so, by what date?

Reply:

  1. The investigation is a two-pronged process, i.e. an institutional investigation and probe by law enforcement agencies. The internal process at the University of KwaZulu-Natal is expected to be completed by end of the year.
  2. The decision to make the internal investigation findings public rests with the Council of the university.

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DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

DATE:

QUESTION 2865 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

04 October 2017 - NW2806

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)(a) Which contractors were awarded tenders for the (i) construction of 10 new college campuses and (ii) refurbishment of three other college campuses in terms of Bid no. DHET093 that closed on 17 June 2016, (b) what was the total value of each contract, (c) how is the work progressing at each of the specified sites, (d) by what date is construction work expected to be completed and (e) what is the estimated capacity in terms of the number of full-time learners that can be accommodated at each site; (2) whether any similar bids aimed at the expansion of the capacity of public technical and vocational education and training colleges have been awarded since the specified bid; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) (a) No contractors have been appointed. The tender process is nearing the end of the bid evaluation process.

(b) The total value of each contract can only be disclosed once the awarding process is completed.

(c) Not applicable.

(d) The construction work is expected to be completed within 18 months from the date of awarding.

(e) The estimated capacity at each site is 500 full-time learners.

(2) The Department has not initiated any similar bids subsequent to the publication of tender DHET093.

 

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STATUS:

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QUESTION 2806 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

04 October 2017 - NW2863

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

(1)Has (a) his department and/or (b) the National Student Financial Aid Scheme received requests to assist students who were promised funding but did not receive funding from a certain foundation (name furnished); if so, what are the relevant details for each student assisted; (2) were these students prioritised over others for receiving assistance; if so, what are the reasons for the prioritisation?

Reply:

1. (a) No.

(b) No.

2. Not applicable.

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DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

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QUESTION 2863 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

04 October 2017 - NW2869

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)Is (a) his department and (b) the Council on Higher Education (CHE) aware that a recent study suggested that a large proportion of academic publications emanating from our Universities are in so-called predatory journals; if not, why not; if so, what steps will they take in this regard; (2) does his department have a specific policy on these journals; if not, (a) why not and (b) will one be developed; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. Yes, the Department and the Council on Higher Education (CHE) are aware of the recent article published by Professor Johann Mouton of the Centre for Research on Evaluation, Science and Technology (CREST) based at Stellenbosch University. The article highlights the magnitude and prevalence of publications in predatory journals by South African authors and/or institutions. The article mentions that approximately 4 072 articles were published in predatory journals over a 10 year period. It should be noted that while this is of major concern, it represents only 3.4% of the total number of articles recognised for subsidy during this period.

The Department is concerned of unethical publishing and has already initiated mechanisms to curb this behaviour before the article was published. In an attempt to deal with this problem, the Department has funded a collaborative research programme, led by Professor Mouton at CREST focussing on the quality of research outputs. The programme aims to develop mechanisms to ensure that the Department only funds quality research. In the meantime, the Department will continue to seek satisfactory evidence on the validity of claims pertaining to predatory publishing, including investigations on the journal titles mentioned in the article. If they are confirmed, subsidies will be withdrawn for articles published in such journals, in line with the Research Output Policy (2015).

2. The Department has a specific policy - the Research Output Policy (2015) - that outlines the criteria to be used by institutions when claiming research outputs that qualify for subsidy. The 2015 policy was the result of the review of the Policy and Procedures for Measurement of Research Output of Public Higher Education Institutions (2003) that had been implemented since 2004. The purpose of the policy is to encourage research productivity by rewarding quality research output at public higher education institutions. The policy is not intended to measure all output, but to enhance productivity by recognising the major types of research output produced by higher education institutions, and uses appropriate proxies to determine the quality of such output. While increased productivity is a key driver behind the policy, what informed the 2015 revision was the need to ensure improved quality of subsidised research outputs.

In terms of the policy, institutions receive subsidy for the number of approved published research outputs in accredited journals, scholarly books and peer-reviewed published conference proceedings. The policy requires that all public higher education institutions submit to the Department their annual claims for research outputs published in journals, books and conference proceedings accompanied by the relevant supporting documentation. The policy also explains the quality mechanisms, which must be used to ensure that only quality publications receive subsidy. The policy holds institutions and researchers responsible for ensuring that they only claim for quality research outputs, and should an output claimed later be found to have been published in a journal that did not meet the required standards, funding will be withdrawn.

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With reference to his reply to question 1912 on 6 July 2017, why were the projects that include student accommodation renovation listed in part 3(a) of his answer not included in his answer to question 1388 on 6 June 2017?

Reply:

The projects that were listed in the response to Question 1912, part 3(a) refers to funding obtained from the National Skills Fund for renovation, whereas the response to Question 1388, parts 2(a) and (b) (i) refers to direct funding from National Treasury for renovation and construction.

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to his reply to question 1388 on 6 June 2017, (a) on what date did the survey commence, (b) on what date is the survey expected to be completed and (c) what is the total cost of the survey?

Reply:

(a) The survey commenced on 9 May 2017.

(b) The survey was to have been completed by 31 August 2017. At this date, 47 Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges had completed and submitted their information. Follow-ups are being made with the 3 remaining TVET colleges to complete and submit their information.

(c) No additional costs were incurred as internal Departmental resources were utilised.

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van der Westhuizen, Mr AP to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

Has any progress been achieved with the establishment of the South African Institute for Vocational and Continuing Education and Training; if not, why not; if so, (a) what progress has been made, (b) how many full-time staff members are currently employed to support the work of the institute, (c) what was the total cost of the institute in the 2016-17 financial year, (d) what amount was budgeted in the 2017-18 financial year for the expenses related to the work of the institute and (e) what is the extent of the support rendered by the institute to the (i) Technical and Vocational Education and Training colleges and/or (ii) community education colleges to date?

Reply:

(a) Progress has been made in the establishment of the South African Institute for Vocational and Continuing Education and Training (SAIVCET).

The Department has developed a business case with the following noted progress:

  • A concept document on the role and functions of the entity has been completed.
  • Reprioritising the current Departmental budget or sourcing funds other than from voted funds for the development of the business case as well as to begin initial work of SAIVCET. The latter is important for demonstrating the proposed business case. A request for funding was made to the National Skills Funds and it has been approved.
  • An organogram was developed and concurrence with the Minister of Public Service and Administration is now being sought.
  • Three senior staff members have been appointed on contract.
  • The advertisement for key positions have been drafted and will be advertised soon.
  • A draft policy has been developed and is undergoing consultation. The policy will lead to the promulgation of regulations to formally establish the entity.

(b) No full time staff has yet been appointed, as SAIVCET still needs to be established. The National Skills Fund has made project funding available and three individuals have been appointed on a contract basis.

(c) The total expenditure for the 2016/17 financial year was R 216 758. This was primarily for information technology services, which included the hosting of the lecturer support platform.

(d) The project budget for SAIVCET in the 2017/18 financial year is R 36 million.

(e) In the absence of substantive appointment of staff, some significant steps have been taken to support Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges, namely:

  • A curriculum review plan has been developed.
  • Work on the Dual System and Centres of Specialisation project aims to inform models for the implementation of occupational programmes at TVET colleges.
  • Consultation has happened with colleges on a lecturer development plan for this year.
  • A draft lecture development plan is being set up, in addition a long-term lecturer development strategy is being developed.
  • Work on funding norms and performance management mechanisms are being developed with the Human Resource unit of the Department.
  • Lecturer support packages have been developed and are being accessed by lecturers who have registered on the online lecturer support system.
  • Investigations into a continuous professional development lecturer system are being undertaken.
  • Preparation for a lecturer development conference in February 2018 is currently underway.
  • Processes to establish regional support teams for lecturer development are underway. All teams will have been established and operational by 20 October 2017.
  • Monitoring of the implementation of lecturer training or development plans, where the skills levy funds are utilised by TVET colleges, are underway.
  • The evaluation of professional qualifications developed by universities are underway.
  • The University of the Western Cape is already offering a new qualification in terms of the Policy for Professional Qualifications for TVET Lecturers (2013).
  • Investigations to develop and implement a short-term qualification for in-service under-qualified or unqualified lecturers is underway.
  • Work is underway on the post provisioning norms for both TVET and Community Education and Training lecturers.

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Bara, Mr M R to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to his reply to question 2439 on 6 December 2016, for each institution awarded a grant by the Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority in the 2015-16 financial year, (a) what was the rand amount awarded to each institution, (b) what qualifications were awarded by each institution and (c) how many students were awarded each type of qualification at each institution?

Reply:

Institution

a) Amount Awarded

Northern Cape Rural TVET College

R 5 072 000.00

Africa Mayibuye Leadership (Pty) Ltd

R 52 150 000.00

African Century Investment

R 8 967 500.00

Alfred Nzo District Muncipality

R 1 751 000.00

Amahlathi Local Municipality

R 97 200.00

Amandla Obusha Developement Centre Cooperatives Ltd

R 900 000.00

Amathole Distric Municipality

R 2 295 000.00

Amavuso Project Primary Development Co-op

R 540 000 00

Artisan Development Academy

R 5 852 700.00

ATCOR

R 540 000.00

Beaufort West District Municipality

R 21 600.00

Bergrivier Local Municipality

R 90 000.00

Better Best Skills Development

R 2 322 500.00

Blouberg Local Municipality

R 3 820 000.00

Bryant Bell & Associates

R 540 000 00

Bushbuckridge Local Municipality

R 744 000.00

Camdeboo Local Municipality

R 250 000 00

Cape Agulhas Local Municipality

R 465 000 00

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

R 4 655 770.65

Cape Town Environmental Trust

R 432 000 00

Cape Winelands District Municipality

R 414 000 00

Central Karoo District Municipality

R 1 143 750 00

Central University of Technology

R 306 767.82

City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality

R 3 301 800.00

Coastal KZN TVET College

R 1 440 000.00

College of Cape Town

R 2 754.00

University of Pretoria

R 11 520 000.00

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

R 5 700 000 .00

Creative Consulting

R 140 000.00

Dingaan Mogonwe Human Resource Dynamics

R 1 800 000.00

Donald Hanneman

R 500 000.00

Dr Pixley Ka Isaka Seme

R 880 000.00

Durban University of Technology

R 104 405.00

E-AET

R 100 320.00

Elective Training Institute Enterprise

R 900 000.00

Elsiemot and Associates

R 129 960.00

Emalahleni Local Municipality

R 384 000.00

Emfuleni Local Municipality

R 2 398 000.00

Empilweni Management Solutions

R 900 000.00

Ethekwini Metropolitan Municipality

R 4 060 000.00

ETS Emergency Training Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 184 000.00

Fort Hare Trading Solutions

R 1 746 000.00

Free State Provincial Government: Office of the Premier

R 3 651 850.00

Friends for Life

R 250 000.00

Gateway City College

R 6 120 000.00

George Local Municipality

R 900 000.00

Goldfields TVET College

R 8 144.00

Hessequa Local Municipality

R 865 000.00

Ilembe District Municipality

R 194 814.53

Institute of Professional Studies and Service

R 540 000.00

Intsika Yethu Local Municipality

R 162 000.00

Joe Gqabi District Municipality

R 2 089 000.00

Josmap Training Institute

R 250 000.00

Kalideen Management Services

R 560 000.00

Kalwayi NPO

R 4 320 000.00

Kannaland Municipality

R 168 000.00

Kgolo Institute

R 36 000 000.00

Khosithi Training

R 2 520 000.00

Kouga Municipality

R 375 000.00

Langeberg Local Municipality

R 162 000.00

LEPS Training Provider

R 578 700.00

Lesedi Local Municipality

R 1 565 000.00

Life Long ABET Consulting

R 300 000.00

Lovedale Public TVET College

R 3 420 000.00

LP / Joe Gqabi

R 360 000.00

Mahube Training and Development

R 8 100 000.00

Makana Local Municipality

R 552 000.00

Mangosutho University of Technology

R 56 972.00

Maquassi Hills Local Municipality

R 850 000.00

Mass Computer Training and Printers

R 2 160 000.00

Matzikama Local Municipality

R 546 000.00

Mazasa Management Consulting cc

R 320 000.00

MBAT

R 828 000.00

Mbombela Local Municipality

R 1 425 000.00

Mhlontlo Local Municipality

R 360 000.00

Mkhondo Local Municipality

R 948 000.00

Mopani TVET College

R 1 036 800.00

Mossel Bay Local Municipality

R 97 200.00

Mthengenya & Associates (Pty) Ltd

R 965 000.00

Nala Local Municipality

R 540 000.00

National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities of South Africa (NCPPDSA)

R 900 000.00

National Department of Public Works

R 11 500 000.00

National Economic Education Trust

R 540 000.00

Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality

R 7 724 439.14

Nelson Mandela University

R 2 695 000.00

Networx for Career Development

R 900 000.00

Nkomazi Local Municipality

R 5 560 000.00

Nkonkobe Economic Development Agency

R 1 800 000.00

Nnite Trading Enterprise

R 150 000.00

North West University

R 45 200.00

Northern Cape Rural TVET College

R 68 290 500.00

Ntsangala Business Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

R 230 000.00

Overberg District Municipality

R 45 000.00

Planact

R 138 000.00

PMA (Pty) Ltd

R 3 420 000.00

PMA Holding (Pty) Ltd

R 1 750 000 00

Polokwane Local Municipality

R 2 203 200.00

PTDEV Consulting

R 900 000.00

Qabuka-Vuka Development Trading

R 250 000 00

Re-Ethical Environmental Re-Engineering (KZN) (Pty) Ltd

R 1 980 000.00

Reflections Development Institute

R 10 800 000.00

Regent Business School

R 5 810 000.00

RPL Research Project

R 1 154 592.00

S and T School of Accounting Technicians

R 565 000.00

SAICE Professional Development and Projects

R 6 000 000.00

Sebata Municipal Solutions

R 540 000.00

Seed Entrepreneurship And Business Development

R 250 000.00

South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions

R 4 500 000.00

South African Geomatics Institute

R 4 500 000.00

South African Local Government Association

R 19 949 800.00

South African National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependency

R 7 200 000.00

South African Planning Institute

R 1 800 000.00

South West Gauteng College

R 1 370 000.00

Swellendam Local Municipality

R 324 000.00

Theewaterskloof Municipality

R 55 800.00

Thembisile Hani Local Municipality

R 1 890 000.00

Thobologo Trading Enterprise

R 3 420 000.00

Tshwane University of Technology

R 203 805.74

uMgungundlovu District Municipality

R 6 300 000 00

uMgungundlovu TVET College

R 2 700 000.00

Umhlathuze Municipality

R 860 000 00

Umjindi Local Municipality

R 1 650 000.00

Umshwathi Local Municipality

R 1 430 000.00

University of Fort Hare

R 3 344 521.85

University of Johannesburg

R 7 169 109.00

University of KwaZulu-Natal

R 18 458 494.51

University of Limpopo

R 242 819.85

University of Pretoria

R 6 053 545.00

University of South Africa

R 1 708 275.00

University of Stellenbosch

R 1 161 059.00

University of the Witwatersrand

R 95 873 00

University of Venda

R 292 477 834.00

University of Western Cape

R 239 710.00

University of Witwatersrand

R 22 425 300.00

University of Zululand

R 4 156 375.00

Uthungulu District Municipality

R 101 500 000.00

Vaal University of Technology

R 96 850 000.00

Vezokuhle Youth Development

R 126 000 000.00

Westonaria Local Municipality

R 250 700 000.00

Witzenberg Local Municipality

R 32 400 000.00

Total

R 1 372 983 761.09

Institution

(b) Qualification Awarded

(c) No. of Students

Northern Cape Rural TVET College

AET

106

Africa Mayibuye Leadership (Pty) Ltd

AET

20

 

Traditional Leaders

75

African Century Investment

WIL

97

Alfred Nzo District Municipality

Ward Committee Skills

82

Amahlathi Local Municipality

Apprenticeship

195

Amandla Obusha Development Centre Cooperatives Ltd

Water and Wastewater Treatment Process Operations

9

Amathole District Municipality

Fire and Rescue

60

Amavuso Project Primary Development Co-op

Fire and Rescue

17

Artisan Development Academy

AET

65

ATCOR

Apprenticeship

4

Beaufort West District Municipality

Apprenticeship

36

Bergrivier Local Municipality

Apprenticeship

8

Better Best Skills Development

Apprenticeship

35

Blouberg Local Municipality

Apprenticeship

534

 

Fitting

6

Bryant Bell & Associates

Electrical

1

Bushbuckridge Local Municipality

Carpentry

3

Camdeboo Local Municipality

Bricklaying

2

Cape Agulhas Local Municipality

Welding

2

 

Local Government Accounting

2

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Roadworks

21

Cape Town Environmental Trust

Road Construction

1

Cape Winelands District Municipality

Welder / Apprenticeship

5

Central Karoo District Municipality

Construction Roadwork

1

Central University of Technology

Construction Roadwork

2

City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality

Bursaries

53

 

Bursaries

1

Coastal KZN TVET College

Local Government Accounting

18

College of Cape Town

Bursaries

11

University of Pretoria

Bursaries

17

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

AET

45

Creative Consulting

Bursaries

2

Dingaan Mogonwe Human Resource Dynamics

Bursaries

1

Donald Hanneman

Project Management

1

Dr Pixley Ka Isaka Seme Local Municipality

Conflict Management

5

 

Monitoring and Evaluation

148

Durban University of Technology

Local Government Councillor Practices

114

E-AET

IT Technology

6

Elective Training Institute Enterprise

Leadership Development

120

Elsiemot and Associates

Bursaries

113

Emalahleni Local Municipality

Bursaries

4

Emfuleni Local Municipality

Bursaries

43

Empilweni Management Solutions

Bursaries

4

Ethekwini Metropolitan Municipality

Bursaries

4

ETS Emergency Training Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Bursaries

18

Fort Hare Trading Solutions

Project Management

11

Gateway City College

Bursaries

126

George Local Municipality

Bursaries

51

Goldfields TVET College

Bursaries

4

Hessequa Local Municipality

Bursaries

139

Ilembe District Municipality

Bursaries

42

Institute of Professional Studies and Service

Bursaries

8

Intsika Yethu Local Municipality

Bursaries

2

Joe Gqabi District Municipality

NCV In Human Resources

314

Josmap Training Institute

N6 In Electrical

173

Kalideen Management Services

Diploma In Public Administration

113

Kalwayi NPO

National Certificate in Municipal Finance

13

Kannaland Municipality

Creative Consulting

22

Kgolo Institute

Research funding

22

Khosithi Training

Research funding

56

Kouga Municipality

Bursaries

6

Langeberg Local Municipality

Administration Management

13

LEPS Training Provider

Administration Management

20

Lesedi Local Municipality

Administration Management

8

Life Long ABET Consulting

Administration Management

43

Lovedale Public TVET College

Bursaries

42

LP / JoeGqabi

Bursaries

9

Mahube training and Development

N6 Electrical

59

Makana Local Municipality

Leadership Development

9

Mangosutho University of Technology

Environmental Practice

26

Maquassi Hills Local Municipality

Bursaries

71

Mass Computer Training and Printers

Bursaries

43

Matzikama Local Municipality

N6 Electrical Engineering

77

Mazasa Management Consulting cc

Plumbing

13

MBAT

Horticulture

3

Mbombela Local Municipality

Road Construction

17

Mhlontlo Local Municipality

Electrical

3

Mkhondo Local Municipality

Fire Fighter

37

Mopani TVET College

Waste Management

26

Mossel Bay Local Municipality

Plumbing

17

Mthengenya & Associates (Pty) Ltd

Bursaries

260

Nala Local Municipality

Environmental Practice

4

National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities of South Africa

Bursaries

26

National Department of Public Works

Project Management

4

National Economic Education Trust

ICT

9

Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality

ICT

569

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

ICT

113

Networx for Career Development

ICT

13

Nkomazi Local Municipality

Middle Management Research

208

Nkonkobe Economic Development Agency

Education and Training Quality Assurance

27

Nnite Trading Enterprise

Education and Training Quality Assurance

865

North West University

Education and Training Quality Assurance

12

Northern Cape Rural TVET College

N6 Human Resources

105

Ntsangala Business Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

Generic Management and Risk

13

Overberg District Municipality

Generic Management and Risk

2

Planact

FET Learnership Development

13

PMA (Pty) Ltd

Project Administration

32

Polokwane Local Municipality

Water Reticulation

365

PTDEV Consulting

Construction Plant Operations

3

Qabuka-Vuka Development Trading

Construction Plant Operations

3

Re-Ethical Environmental Re-Engineering (KZN) (Pty) Ltd

Environmental Practice

13

 

Electrical

39

Reflections Development Institute

Environmental Practice

1

Regent Business School

Environmental Practice

181

RPL Research Project

N6 Corporate Services

3

S and T School of Accounting Technicians

Generic Management and Risk

10

SAICE Professional Development and Projects

Generic Management and Risk

14

Sebata Municipal Solutions

Environmental Management

12

Seed Entrepreneurship and Business Development

OEDTDP

12

South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions

Performance Management

16

South African Geometrics Institute

Municipal Finance Management

10

South African Local Government Association (SALGA)

Municipal Finance Management and Admin

141

South African National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependency

Local Government Councillor Practices

15

South African Planning Institute (SAPI)

Local Government Councillor Practices

13

South west Gauteng College

Municipal Leadership

58

Thembisile Hani Local Municipality

Emergency Service Operations

60

Thobologo Trading Enterprise

Local Economic Developement

211

Tshwane University of Technology

Municipal Finance Management Learnership

28

uMgungundlovu District Municipality

Road Construction

189

uMgungundlovu TVET College

Electrical Engineering

900

Umhlathuze Municipality

Building & Civil Construction

47

Umjindi Local Municipality

Painter & Decorator

1023

Umshwathi Local Municipality

Road Construction

141

University of Fort Hare

Fire & Rescue

2489

University of Free State

ABET Practice

3232

University of Johannesburg

Local Government Councillors

350

University of KwaZulu-Natal

Water and Waste Water Process Control

499

University of Limpopo

Water and Waste Water Process Control

1130

University of Pretoria

N6 Electrical Engineering

193

University of South Africa

N6 Electrical Engineering

1 330

University of Stellenbosch

Municipal Finance Management Learnership

121

 

Public Finance Management Learnership

42

University of the Witwatersrand

Water and Wastewater Learnership

17

University of Venda

Plumbing

113

University of Western Cape

Microsoft Office

32

University of Witwatersrand

Road Construction

21

University of Zululand

Road Construction

37

Uthungulu District Municipality

Municipal Finance Management Learnership

47

Vaal University of Technology

Municipal Finance & Administration

3

Vezokuhle Youth Development

Environmental Practice

66

Westonaria Local Municipality

Supervision of Construction Processes

442

Witzenberg Local Municipality

Municipal Finance & Administration

1 558

TOTAL

21 260

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to his reply to question 2436 on 6 December 2016, for each institution awarded a grant by the Food and Beverage Manufacturing Industry Sector Education and Training Authority in the 2015-16 financial year, (a) what was the rand amount awarded to each institution, (b) what qualifications were awarded by each institution and (c) how many students were awarded each type of qualification at each institution?

Reply:

Institution

(a) Amount Awarded

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

R 269 318.00

Central University of Technology

R 143 257.00

Durban University of Technology

R 13 150.00

Mangosuthu University of Technology

R 54 713.00

Midrand Graduate Institute

R 88 610.00

Milpark Education

R 20 340.00

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

R 63 563.25

North West University

R 177 591.47

Regent Business School

R 255 200.00

Rhodes University

R 39 211.00

University of Stellenbosch

R 79 148.50

Tshwane University of Technology

R 141 364.34

UNISA

R 22 842.72

University of Fort Hare

R 59 567.94

University of Johannesburg

R 463 793.10

University of Pretoria

R 117 688.30

University of Free State

R 99 933.21

University of Cape Town

R 92 310.56

University of KwaZulu-Natal

R 322 366.10

University of Limpopo

R 36 518.20

University of the Western Cape

R 26 570.00

Vaal University of Technology

R 51 965.00

University of Witwatersrand

R 528 331.59

Total

R 3 167 353.28

Institution

(b) Qualifications Awarded

(c) No. of Students

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Bachelor of Technology in Engineering

3

 

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Technology in Consumer Science

2

 

National Diploma in Biotechnology

2

 

National Diploma in Electrical Engineering

1

 

National Diploma in Food Technology

4

 

National Diploma in Food Technology (Extended)

1

 

National Diploma in Management

1

 

National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

1

Central University of Technology

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Mechanical

10

 

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health

5

 

National Diploma Electrical Engineering

6

 

National Diploma Mechanical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Technology in Engineering

4

 

National Diploma in Environmental Health

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science

1

Durban University of Technology

National Diploma in Food Technology

3

 

Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health Science

3

 

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Technology in Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Technology in Food Technology

1

 

National Diploma in Biotechnology

1

 

National Diploma in Consumer Science

2

 

National Diploma in Environmental Health

1

Mangosuthu University of Technology

National Diploma in Engineering Electrical

2

 

National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

1

Midrand Graduate Institute

Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology

1

Milpark Education

Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resources

1

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Business and Economic Science

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering – Mechanical

1

 

Bachelor of Technology in Industrial Engineering

1

 

Diploma In Engineering

1

 

National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

1

North West University

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Chartered Accountancy

3

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Accounting

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Mathematics

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Honours Economics

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Chartered Accountancy

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

2

 

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Microbiology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Chemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Chemistry (Extended Programme).

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Sciences & Electronics

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Electronics –Physics

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Microbiology

1

 

Biology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Microbiology

1

Regent Business School

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

1

Rhodes University

Bachelor of Commerce (General)

3

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science

1

University of Stellenbosch

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Electrical (Engineering)

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Chemical EDP)

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Biotechnology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

1

 

National Diploma in Food Science

1

 

National Diploma in Biology & Biotechnology

1

 

National Diploma in Food Science

1

Tshwane University of Technology

Bachelor of Environmental Health

1

 

Bachelor of Science Environmental Health

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health Science

1

 

Bachelor of Technology Biotechnology

1

 

Bachelor of Technology in Environmental Science

1

 

Bachelor of Technology in Mechatronics Engineering

1

 

Bachelor Technology Biotechnology

3

 

Bachelor Technology Management

1

 

Bachelor Technology: Mechanical Engineering

1

 

Diploma Operations Management

1

 

Food Technology

1

 

National diploma Engineering

2

 

National Diploma Food Technology

1

 

National Diploma in Biotechnology

1

 

National Diploma in Electrical Engineering

2

 

National Diploma in Food Technology

2

 

National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

3

 

National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Extended)

1

 

National Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering

1

 

National Diploma in Operations Management

16

 

National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry

1

 

National Diploma in Biotechnology

1

 

National Diploma in Electrical Engineering

5

 

National Diploma in Engineering

3

 

National Diploma in Engineering Electrical

1

 

National Diploma in Engineering –Mechanical

1

 

National Diploma in Food Technology

3

 

National Diploma in Management

1

 

National Diploma in Science

1

 

Operations management

1

UNISA

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Consumer Science

1

 

Bachelor of Technology Engineering

1

University of Fort Hare

Bachelor of Science in Engineering & Science

1

University of Johannesburg

Accounting

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce (General)

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce Accounting

4

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Economics and Econometrics

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

5

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

6

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting & Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing Management

1

 

Bachelor of Science Construction Management Civil

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Technology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

2

 

Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Mathematics

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering – Mechanical

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Life and Environmental Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Technology Electrical

1

 

Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Technology in Operations Management

3

 

Bachelor Technology Electrical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor Technology in Human Resource Management

1

 

Bachelor Technology in Mechanical Engineering

1

 

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

1

 

National Diploma Accountancy

1

 

National Diploma Biotechnology

3

 

National Diploma Chemical Engineering

1

 

National Diploma Engineering

1

 

National Diploma Engineering Chemical

1

 

National Diploma in Operation Management

2

 

National Diploma in Operations Management (Engineering)

1

 

National Diploma in Biochemistry

1

 

National Diploma in Electrical (Engineering)

2

 

National Diploma in Environmental Health

1

 

National Diploma in Operation Management

9

 

National Diploma Operations Management (Extended)

1

 

Operations Management

2

University of Pretoria

Bachelor of Commerce (General)

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Sciences

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Consumer Science

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biological Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Microbiology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Agricultural sciences

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

2

 

Bachelor of Science in Biological & Agricultural Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biological Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

2

 

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

5

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering – Mechanical

2

 

Bachelor of Science in Food Science

1

University of Free State

Bachelor of Art Honours in Industrial Psychology

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

3

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Accounting Charted Accountant

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in General Management

1

 

Bachelor of Science (General)

2

 

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Food Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Microbiology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

4

 

Bachelor of Science in Social Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Applied Chemistry

1

University of Cape Town

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

2

University of KwaZulu-Natal

Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry (Extended Programme).

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

5

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry chemical Technology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Consumer Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

3

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering & Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Electronics

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Biochemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Microbiology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Physics and Chemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Physics with Engineering

1

 

B Com Human Resources

1

 

B Com Accounting

4

 

B Com Finance

2

 

B Com General

1

 

B Com Accounting

1

 

Biotechnology

1

 

Food Science

1

 

Honours Degree in Supply Chain Management

1

 

Industrial Engineering

1

University of Limpopo

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

2

 

Bachelor of Science in Honours Microbiology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Microbiology

1

University of the Western Cape

Bachelor of Commerce

2

 

Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology

3

Vaal University of Technology

National Diploma in Industrial Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

2

 

Bachelor Technology Industrial Engineering

1

 

National Diploma in Biotechnology

1

 

National Diploma in Chemical Engineering

1

 

National Diploma Mechanical Engineering

2

University of Witwatersrand

B Com Finance

2

 

B Com Accounting Science

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Science

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

3

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

2

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

1

 

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Electrical)

1

 

Bachelor of Science in General

2

Monash University South Africa

Bachelor of Business Science

1

 Walter Sisulu University

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance & Management

1

 

Diploma in Engineering

3

 

National Diploma in Engineering

1

 

National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

1

Total

386

COMPILER/CONTACT PERSONS:

EXT:

 

DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

DATE:

QUESTION 2138 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

02 October 2017 - NW2866

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Bucwa, Ms H to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

(1)With reference to his reply to question 165 on 7 March 2017 and the reported statement allegedly made by the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Zululand that the specified university did not suffer any damages related to the Fees Must Fall protests (details furnished), (a) why did the university receive R4.5 million in funding to cover damages as stated in the specified reply, (b) why was this funding not reflected in the university’s annual report for 2015-16 and (c) will the funding be returned to his department to assist universities who did experience damages; (2) (a) has he found that there was damage that required repairs at the university, (b) on what date did the damage occur, (c) how was the R4.5 million spent and (d) why was this damage not reported by the university?

Reply:

(1) (a) The University of Zululand (UniZulu) received R4.5 million in funding to cover damages reported to the West Dining Hall and East Recreation Centre that occurred during the late 2015 and early 2016 protest action.

(b) The Department is of the view that the funding would not have been reflected in the university’s annual report for 2015-16, as the university only received the funds in March 2016. The financials of the university is based on the 2015 academic year ending on 31 December 2015.

(c) It will not be necessary for UniZulu to return the funding to the Department as the amount was made available from funds specifically earmarked to assist historically disadvantaged institutions, and there was no requirement from the Department that it be specifically accounted against the identified projects.

(2) (a) UniZulu informed the Department of the damages in response to a request from the Department for universities to report damages that had occurred during the 2015 protest action.

(b) The university reported that the damage occurred during the late 2015 and early 2016 protest action.

(c) The R4.5 million was requested to repair damages to the West Dining Hall and East Recreation Centre.

(d) The damage was reported to the Department by the university.

COMPILER/CONTACT PERSONS:

EXT:

DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

DATE:

QUESTION 2866 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

02 October 2017 - NW2148

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Cassim, Mr Y to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to his reply to question 2446 on 6 December 2016, for each institution awarded a grant by the Transport Sector Education Training Authority in the 2015-16 financial year, (a) what was the rand amount awarded to each institution, (b) what qualifications were awarded by each institution and (c) how many students were awarded each type of qualification at each institution?

Reply:

Institutions

(aAmount Awarded

Adcorp Technical Training (Pty) Ltd

R 22 500 000.00

Advanced Emoyeni Training

R 900 000.00

Aero Electrical Solutions

R 300 000.00

Aeronautical Instrumentation

R 150 000.00

Aerosud

R 3 750 000.00

African College of Aviation

R 269 898.00

African Eagles Tours Co-Operative Ltd

R 582 000.00

Air Traffic and Navigation Service

R 1 534 650.00

Algoa

R 1 770 000.00

All In One Driving Academy cc

R 980 700.00

Andebe Facilitation (Pty) Ltd

R 787 000.00

Balobi Fishing

R 70 080.00

Barloworld Transport

R 1 924 000.00

Batho Pele Community

R 686 250.00

Bidfreight Port Operations

R 404 000.00

Blue Horison Properties/ T/A Durnacol Skills Innovation Hub Training

R 3 000 000.00

Bojanala Bus

R 472 200.00

Bon Com (Pty) Ltd

R 1 293 000.00

Bonivale Taxi Association

R 1 180 500.00

Brakpan Bus Company (SOC) Ltd

R 910 500.00

Brilliant Skills Development & Training Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 3 146 340.00

Bulk Connections

R 1 919 750.00

Burocon Trade 61 (Pty) Ltd T/A Budget Van & Truck Rental (Pty) Ltd

R 750 000.00

Buscor (Pty) Ltd

R 846 052.00

Capricorn TVET College

R 2 882 500.00

CAT-WWL Logistics

R 2 641 500.00

Century Avionics

R 150 000.00

Chamdor Driver Training Academy

R 3 541 500.00

City Couriers

R 1 188 258.00

Corkwood Academy

R 552 000.00

Crossroads

R 1 305 000.00

Dart Aeronautical

R 150 000.00

Department of Transport

R 810 000.00

DHL Supply Chain

R 457 500.00

Ditshaba Holdings

R 540 000.00

DQ Staffing Solutions

R 108 000.00

DQ Terminal Operations

R 512 000.00

Eastern Cape Taxi Council Primary Cooperative Limited

R 111 250.00

Elatispot

R 77 600.00

Elite Tek

R 300 000.00

Eljosa Travel & Tours

R 952 850.00

Empowered Leaders

R 540 000.00

Ensimbini Terminals

R 202 000.00

Esayidi TVET College

R 1 512 000.00

Evergreen Africa

R 270 900.00

Execujet Maintenance

R 750 000.00

G and H Transport

R 797 500.00

G4S Cash Solutions

R 1 634 920.00

Gauteng Coaches (Pty) Ltd

R 341 250.00

Gauteng Educational Transport Services (GETS)

R 314 550.00

Gels Legacy Academy (Pty) Ltd

R 787 000.00

GNT

R 2 260 500.00

Golden Arrow Bus Service

R 3 843 356.00

Goldfields Logistics

R 900 000.00

Grand Central Airsort

R 87 755.00

Greyhound

R 1 500 000.00

Greystones Cargo Systems

R 404 000.00

Grindrod South Africa

R 1 396 820.00

Hlahli's Transport Services (Pty) Ltd

R 787 000.00

Hola Bon Renaissance Foundation

R 240 000.00

Ikusasalethu Youth Project

R 7 780 000.00

Imperial Logistics Academy

R 287 904.00

Imperial Logistics Dedicated Contracts

R 577 500.00

Imperial Managed Logistics

R 1 198 750.00

Imperial Retail Logistics

R 3 678 300.00

Indiza Airport Management

R 920 780.00

Institute for Quality

R 1 789 300.00

Interactive Tutor T/A Media Works

R 1 134 000.00

Interjet Maintenance

R 1 150 000.00

Interstate Bus Lines

R 3 200 000.00

Ipelegeng Transport Trust

R 2 017 400.00

Irvin and Johnson

R 9 334 626.00

Kgabo Cars Training Centre cc

R 250 000.00

Kidrogen (Pty) Ltd

R 555 000.00

Klipstone Transport

R 905 050.00

Koekemoer and Associates

R 576 000.00

Kopano Bus Service

R 164 280.00

KZN Taxi and Commuter Corporation

R 497 500.00

Laphum'ilanga Transport Services Secondary Co-Operative Ltd

R 1 854 250.00

Laser Transport Group

R 854 000.00

Locaros / African Aviation Academy

R 270 000.00

Louis Trichardt LTT To Polokwane Taxi Association Co-Operative Limited

R 1 180 500.00

Lovemore Bros Transport

R 288 000.00

Low Veld Bus Services

R 787 000.00

Madodi Bus Service

R 164 280.00

Maersk

R 2 322 500.00

Maluti

R 2 214 000.00

Mapulaneng Driving School (Pty) Ltd

R 1 180 500.00

Marcyrox NPC

R 915 000.00

Marine Cabs (Pty) Ltd

R 787 000.00

Mathole Bus Service

R 164 280.00

Mayibuye Transport Corporation

R 3 291 250.00

Mediterranean Shipping Company

R 1 984 000.00

Mega Bus

R 393 500.00

Mega Express

R 540 000.00

Menzies Aviation

R 22 200.00

Metrobus

R 540 000.00

Metrorail Gauteng

R 1 794 200.00

Metrorail KZN

R 2 250 000.00

Milzet Holdings

R 158 175.00

Moripe Business & Training Consultings (Pty) Ltd

R 1 080 000.00

Mozzie Cabs

R 643 480.00

Mphakathi Transport cc

R 787 000.00

MSC Starlight Cruises

R 16 350.00

Nateo Eastern Cape Co-Op

R 3 227 500.00

Nation Taxi Services

R 1 597 000.00

National Airways Corporation

1 200 000.00

Netshituni B/S

R 571 780.00

Nobhekwa Community Development

R 388 000.00

North West Star

R 6 541 000.00

Oricol Environmental Services

R 250 000.00

Pack Port Trading (Pty)Ltd T/A Manline Mega

R 166 400.00

Pal Passenger Bus Services

R 100 000.00

Pepkor Logistics

R 47 360.00

Phalaborwa Transport Co-Operative Limited

R 441 600.00

Phenyo e Tsile Consulting cc

R 398 750.00

Phephani Learnerships

R 1 993 750.00

Piotrans (Pty) Ltd

R 989 450.00

Prasa T/A Metrorail Western Cape

R 130 000.00

Project Maritime Training

R 1 098 000.00

PUTCO Ltd

R 3 664 200.00

Qabuka-Vuka Training Development Consultancy cc

R 2 260 500.00

R and H Rail (Pty) Ltd

R 747 000.00

Railway Safety Regulator

R 756 000.00

Reef Tankers (Pty) Ltd

R 1 061 600.00

Reinhardt Transport

R 1 172 250.00

Richards Bay Coal Terminal

R 2 358 000.00

RTT Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 765 700.00

SA Airlink

R 1 366 656.00

SAAFF

R 12 038 125.00

SAASOA

R 435 300.00

SACD Freight Durban

R 620 200.00

Saepa

R 7 320 750.00

SANTACO

R 1 929 060.10

SATAWU

R 2 106 000.00

School of Applied Non Destructive Examination

R 86 800.00

Sea Point Original Radio Taxis

R 1 819 500.00

Sea Vuna

R 984 000.00

Seaka Enterprise

R 540 000.00

Setjhaba Carriers (Pty) Ltd

R 1 500 000.00

Sharp Edge Consulting and Training

R 24 533 000.00

Shosholoza Meyl

R 378 000.00

Sinako - Women For Peace

R 637 500.00

Siyaloba Training Academy

R 4 723 500.00

Sizanani

R 44 500.00

Skynet South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 881 250.00

Sophia Excellence Driving

R 787 000.00

Sophia Gels Consortium

R 2 700 000.00

South African Airways

R 1 500 000.00

South African Civil Aviation Authority

R 8 512 000.00

South African Maritime Safety Training Authority

R 111 000.00

Spar Distribution Eastern Cape

R 404 000.00

Spar KZN

R 1 235 000.00

Spar North Rand Distribution

R 622 750.00

St. Francis Education

R 1 440 000.00

Table Bay Rapid Transit (Pty) Ltd

R 1 180 500.00

Taletso TVET College

R 7 500 000.00

Talhado Fishing Enterprises

R 136 125.00

Tansnat Coachlines (Pty) Ltd

R 341 250.00

Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality

R 747 250.00

The Cold Chain

R 624 000.00

Thembalethu Development (NPC)

R 1 180 500.00

Timber 24 Forestry Solutions

R 320 250.00

Time Freight

R 1 187 500.00

Transnet Freight Rail

R 4 206 700.00

Triton Express

R 1 206 750.00

Turbomeca

R 1 050 000.00

Unicorn Fleet

R 789 650.00

Unitrans Freight & Logistics Pty (Ltd)

R 1 377 250.00

Unitrans Supply Chain Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 1 500 000.00

Value Logistics

R 2 297 500.00

Vasa Financing T/A Stellar Transport

R 794 000.00

VDM Logistics (Pty) Ltd

R 411 375.00

Verbispan

R 424 000.00

Viking

R 97 850.00

Viloi Bus Company

R 252 000.00

Vilot ICL Bus Company

R 983 750.00

Vincemus Investment (Pty) Ltd T/A Kempston Truck Hire

R 1 876 000.00

Wheelam SA

R 645 000.00

Wilhelmsen

R 92 300.00

Youth in Front of Youth's Organisation

R 426 075.00

Total

R 289 422 340.10

Institutions

(b) Qualification Awarded

(c) No. of Students

Adcorp Technical Training (Pty) Ltd

Apprenticeship: Boilermaker

150

Advanced Emoyeni Training

1st Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Mechanic

6

Aero Electrical Solutions

1st Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Electrician

2

Aeronautical Instrumentation

3rd Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Instruments

3

Aerosud

1st Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Structure

19

 

1st Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Welder

1

 

1st Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Composites

3

 

1st Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Sheet Metal

2

African College of Aviation

PPL-Frozen ATPL

1

African Eagles Tours Co-operative Ltd

NC: New Venture Creation

15

Air Traffic and Navigation Service

NC: Communication, Navigation and Surveillance

15

 

NC: Air Traffic Support

20

Algoa

Diesel Mechanic

10

All in 1 Driving Academy cc

Code10-14 Driver License

20

Andebe Facilitation (Pty) Ltd

NC: Professional Driving

20

Balobi Fishing

SAMSA SP (PRE SEA, PST, FF, FA, PSSR)

12

Barloworld Transport

NC: Professional Driving

80

Batho Pele Community

Generic Management L4

15

Bidfreight Port Operations

NC: Freight Handling

10

Blue Horison Properties/ t/a Durnacol Skills Innovation Hub Training

Apprenticeship Diesel Mechanics

10

Blue Horison Properties/ t/a Durnacol Skills Innovation Hub Training

Apprenticeship fitter

10

Bojanala Bus

NC: Professional Driving

12

Bon Com (Pty) Ltd

New Management Programme

3

Bonivale Taxi Association

NC: Professional Driving

30

Brakpan Bus Company (SOC) Ltd

Professional Driving - Passenger Coach Driver

30

Brilliant Skills Development & Training Solutions

 

NC: Supply Chain Management

40

 

NC: New Venture Creation

37

 

NC: Professional Driving

50

 

Perform Basic Fire Fighting

16

Bulk Connections

NC: Freight Handling

10

 

Apprenticeship: Boilermaker

1

 

Apprenticeship: Fitter

4

 

Apprenticeship: Turner

1

 

Apprenticeship: Electrician

4

Burocon Trade 61 (Pty) Ltd t/a Budget Van & Truck Rental (Pty) Ltd

Motor Mechanic & Trade Test

5

Buscor (Pty) Ltd

BCom in Financial Management

1

 

BCom in HRM

1

 

Postgraduate in HR

1

 

Honours Training & Development

1

 

NCPD

30

Capricorn TVET College

 

NC: Supply Chain Management

20

 

NC: Professional Driving NQF 3

50

CAT-WWL Logistics

NC: Professional Driving

90

Century Avionics

3rd Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Avionics

1

 

2nd Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Avionics

1

Chamdor Driver Training Academy

NC: Professional Driving

90

City Couriers

Management Development Programme

3

 

NC: Generic Management

20

 

CBMT Diesel Apprenticeship

3

Corkwood Academy

AET - Communication / Mathematics Literacy

60

Crossroads

Diesel Mechanic

5

 

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

20

Dart Aeronautical

1st Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Mechanic

1

DHL Supply Chain

NC: Supply Chain Management

10

DQ Terminal Operations

NC: Freight Handling

10

Eastern Cape Taxi Council Primary Cooperative Limited

Explain Fundamental of Project Management

5

Elatispot

NC International Trade Q59326

2

Elite Tek

1st Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Mechanic

2

Eljosa Travel & Tours

Driver S.P

10

 

NC: Professional Driving

20

 

Code 14 Driver License

5

 

NC: Freight Handling

5

Evergreen Africa

FETC L4 Shipping 26Q260037261394

7

ExecuJet Maintenance

2nd Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Mechanic

6

 

3rd Year Apprenticeship Air craft Mechanic

3

G and H Transport

NC: Professional Driving-Truck Driver

20

G4S Cash Solutions

Management Advancement Programme

8

 

NC: Professional Driving

38

Gauteng Coaches (Pty) Ltd

IT: End User Computing

15

Gauteng Educational Transport Services (GETS)

NC: Professional Driving

20

Gels Legacy Academy (Pty) Ltd

NC: Professional Driving

20

GNT

NC: Professional Driving

30

Golden Arrow Bus Service

Diploma Road Transport Management

5

 

ODETDP

30

 

Diesel mechanic

20

 

Code 14 Driver License

8

 

AET Level 1-4

10

Goldfields Logistics

GETC: Transport

50

Grand Central Airsort

Aviation Fire Fighting

5

Greyhound

Diesel Mechanic

6

 

Automotive Electrician

4

Greystones Cargo Systems

NC: Freight Handling

10

Grindrod South Africa

RPL: FETC - Project Management

10

 

SP: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of HIV/Aids in a workplace

60

 

SP: Managing Workplace Diversity

8

 

NC: Freight Handling

12

 

Apprenticeship: Refrigeration Industrial

4

Hlahli's Transport Services (Pty) Ltd

NC. Professional Driving

40

Hola Bon Renaissance Foundation

AET Level 1-4

20

Ikusasalethu Youth Project

NC: Automotive Repair & Maintenance

50

 

GETC: ABET

20

Imperial Logistics Academy

Bachelor of Business Administration Degree: Logistics and Supply Chain Management

11

 

Occupationally-Directed Education Training and Development Practices NQF 6

1

Imperial Logistics Dedicated Contracts

NC: Freight Handling

25

Imperial Managed Logistics

National Certificate in Road Transport NQF 3

50

Imperial Retail Logistics

NC: Freight Handling

33

 

GETC Level 1

20

Indiza Airport Management

Air Traffic Services Management

3

 

Airport Safety Management Systems

5

 

Aircraft Recovery and Safety Procedures

22

 

introduction to Dangerous Goods for Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting

22

Institute for Quality

NC Supply Chain Management 26Q260076171515

20

 

FETC Shipping 26Q260037261394

20

Interactive Tutor T/A Media Works

AET Level 1-4

81

Interjet Maintenance

2nd Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Avionics

2

 

2nd Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Mechanic

9

 

3rd Year Apprenticeship Aircraft Mechanic

1

Interstate Bus Lines

Diploma in Road Transport Management

2

 

Diesel Mechanic

20

Ipelegeng Transport Trust

Supervisory and Administration

2

 

NC: Professional Driving

4

 

Body Shop

3

 

Diesel Mechanic

4

 

Auto-Electrical

3

Irvin and Johnson

HACCP L1 SP 09SP000305060282/0

45

 

SAMSA Fisherman Grade 4

5

 

NC Fish and Seafood Processing 09Q090067571202

20

 

NC Fishing Operations L2 26Q260056281202

20

 

New Venture Creation L2 SMME 23Q230065381382 - Rural

80

 

NC Environmental Practices L2

20

 

NC Maritime OPS L3 26Q260024441203

22

 

GETC Food and Beverage Handling L1 09Q090065311281

40

 

NC L2 Production Technology 17Q170271231252

16

 

NC Fish and Seafood Processing 09Q090067571202

20

 

Apprenticeship Industrial Refrigeration

1

 

Apprenticeship Diesel Fitter

7

 

Apprenticeship Fitter & Turner

2

 

Apprenticeship Electrician

2

 

Apprenticeship Boiler Maker

1

Kgabo Cars Training Centre cc

Automotive Repair & Maintenance (Year 4)

5

Kidrogen Pty Ltd

Generic Management 4

20

Klipstone Transport

National Certificate: Professional Driving NQF3

23

Koekemoer and Associates

NC: Domestic Cleaning (Disabled)

16

Kopano Bus Service

Transport Supervision

6

KZN Taxi and Commuter Corporation

Business Development

15

Laphumilanga Transport Services Secondary Co-operative Ltd

HC & Advanced: Business Management

4

 

NC: GETC - Transport

40

 

252244-Customer Care,120308-Personal Mastery,14342 Manage Time and Work Processes

7

Laser Transport Group

NC: Professional Driving

40

Louis Trichard LTT to Polokwane Taxi Association Co-operative Limited

NC: Professional Driving

30

Lovemore Bros Transport

GETC Level 1

8

Low Veld Bus Services

NC: Professional Driving

20

Madodi Bus Service

Transport Supervision

6

MAERSK

Cadet Engineer Year 1-3

10

 

Cadet Deck Year 1-2

10

Mapulaneng Driving School (Pty) Ltd

NC: Professional Driving

30

Marcyrox NPC

Small Business Financial Management

20

Marine Cabs (Pty) Ltd

NC: Professional Driving

20

Mathole Bus Service

Transport Supervision

6

Mayibuye Transport Corporation

Graduate Development Programme

5

 

Learner and Drivers Licence & Driver Training Skills Programme

25

 

Diesel Mechanic

4

 

Auto Electrician

6

Mediterranean Shipping Company

NC: International Trade

40

Mega Bus

NC: Professional Driving

10

Menzies Aviation

Recruitment & Selection Processes

12

Metrorail Gauteng

Metro Guards

6

 

Train Control Officer

30

 

Business Administration

30

 

Train Driver

5

 

AET Level 1-4

28

Metrorail KZN

Apprenticeship - Electrical Fitter P1 to P3

15

Milzet Holdings

RPL Business Admin NQF4

15

Mozzie Cabs

Diploma: Road Transport Management

3

 

B Tech: Financial Management

1

Mphakathi Transport cc

Professional Driving

20

MSC Starlight Cruises

Unit STD 252037 Team Building

10

 

UNIT STD 7790 Telephone Ettiquette

10

Total

2 948

COMPILER/CONTACT PERSONS:

EXT:

 

DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

DATE:

QUESTION 2148 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

02 October 2017 - NW2147

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Brauteseth, Mr TJ to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to his reply to question 2445 on 6 December 2016, for each institution awarded a grant by the Services Sector Education and Training Authority in the 2015-16 financial year, (a) what was the rand amount awarded to each institution, (b) what qualifications were awarded by each institution and (c) how many students were awarded each type of qualification at each institution?

Reply:

Institution

(a)   Amount Awarded

Africa Skills Village (Training And Management Services) (Pty) Ltd

R 6 445 000.00

Amandla Obusha Development Centre Co-Operative Ltd

R 900 000.00

Amaqhawe Enterprise Development Agency NPC

R 1 800 000.00

Aubrey Nyiko Business Enterprises cc

R 3 600 000.00

Autumn Ridge Trading 29

R 9 290 000.00

Bella Capelli Hair And Company (Pty) Ltd

R 696 750.00

Better Best Skills Development

R 16 490 000.00

Bidvest Managed Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 17 100 000.00

Bm6 Plant (Pty) Ltd, Luzana Civil & Building Trust

R 1 161 250.00

Botsho Botle Resources

R 18 000 000.00

Busani Bakithi Trading And Projects (Pty) Ltd

R 2 880 000.00

Climamark

R 18 000 000.00

D And D Lwazi Renaissance Research Development Institute

R 108 000.00

Dikgaetsedi Tourism and Catering Primary Co-Operative Limited

R 360 000.00

Educo Africa

R 3 600 000.00

Ellies Beauty Group

R 360 000.00

False Bay TVET College

R 3 948 250.00

Fort Hare Trading Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 5 400 000.00

Guardian Employers Organisation

R 1 260 000.00

Hatfield Christian Church

R 540 000.00

Hatfield Training Centre NPC

R 360 000.00

Insika Foundation NPC

R 9 600 000.00

International Management and Hr Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 1 872 000.00

Interwaste Holdings Ltd

R 720 000.00

IWS Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd

R 180 000.00

JHI Properties (Pty) Ltd

R 360 000.00

Keystone Learning

R 12 600 000.00

Kusanda Mageba Investments

R 21 600 000.00

Kwazulu-Natal Blind and Deaf Society

R 492 000.00

Leap Entrepreneurial Development (Pty) Ltd

R 900 000.00

Limpopo Transport Sector Secondary Cooperative Limited

R 720 000.00

LNM Rise (Pty) Ltd

R 1 800 000.00

Lovelife Leadership Academy Trust

R 5 040 000.00

Lucob Cleaning Services cc

R 360 000.00

Lunika Productions cc

R 432 000.00

M2 Engineering & Minerals

R 2 322 500.00

Macobo Communications cc

R 1 440 000.00

Madzahisi Trading Enterprise

R 3 600 000.00

Mahatshe Trading

R 900 000.00

Mangwanani North Coast (Pty) Ltd

R 6 084 000.00

Mangwanani Zevenwacht (Pty) Ltd

R 2 064 000.00

Mecs Africa Pty (Ltd)

R 5 400 000.00

Metrofile (Pty) Ltd

R 8 640 000.00

Milzet Consulting Services

R 13 200 000.00

Mopani TVET College

R 696 750.00

New Heights 1082 (Pty) Ltd

R 1 440 000.00

Nomvi Trading

R 1 800 000.00

Nsingweni Consulting (Pty) Ltd

R 23 225 000.00

Olebogeng Barolong Manufacturing Primary Cooperative Limited

R 360 000.00

Pareto Ltd

R 36 000.00

Pheko Ka Kopanelo Peoples Organisation

R 3 600 000.00

Pilru Cleaning and Transport, Zila-Mkhonto

R 18 000 000.00

PK African Hair Kingdom

R 72 000.00

Platinum Hair and Beauty

R 720 000.00

Production Management Institute of Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 36 000 000.00

Ramoshaba Cleaning and Maintenance Services cc

R 180 000.00

Ratidzo Trading (Pty) Ltd

R 7 200 000.00

Rekaofela Primary Co-Operative Limited

R 276 000.00

Remote Metering Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 108 000.00

Sanda Skills Development

R 1 404 000.00

Scan Display (Pty) Ltd

R 432 000.00

Sebata Municipal Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 5 400 000.00

SGS SA (Pty) Ltd

R 2 460 000.00

South African Fashion Design Agency

R 4 320 000.00

South African National Apex Tertiary Cooperative Limited (SANACO)

R 7 200 000.00

Stevenel Training Construction and Civil

R 6 967 500.00

The Golden Scissors Academy (Pty) Ltd

R 900 000.00

The Hair College: Images 1

R 2 322 500.00

The South African Red Cross Society

R 7 200 000.00

Tower Group (Pty) Ltd

R 360 000.00

Tshiredo Training Academy

R 10 800 000.00

Turrito Networks

R 5 400 000.00

Two Mountains Burial Services

R 1 920 000.00

Urban Beauty Anti-Aging Academy (Pty)

R 696 750.00

Van De Venter Mojapelo (Pty) Ltd

R 2 160 000.00

Vemoni Recycling and Trading

R 900 000.00

Zila Mkhonto Training and Projects

R 10 800 000.00

Zizi-Consulting Services (Pty) Ltd

R 28 800 000.00

Backup Projects

R 216 000.00

Capacity Outsourcing a division of Adcorp Fulfilment Services (Pty) Ltd

R 2 836 800.00

Capital Outsourcing Group (Pty) Ltd

R 4 284 000.00

Charisma Healthcare Solutions a division of Adcorp Fulfilment Services (Pty) Ltd

R 180 000.00

Durpro Workforce Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 432 000.00

Empilweni Management Solution

R 20 014 500.00

Kelly a Division of Kelly Group

R 1 134 000.00

Legadima Personnel (Pty) Ltd

R 540 000.00

Med X Staff Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 54 000.00

Nkwali M Consulting

R 9 000 000.00

Phaki Personnel Management Services

R 528 000.00

Quest Staffing Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 2 606 400.00

Scribante Labour Consultants

R 6 263 750.00

Stratostaff (Pty) Ltd

R 3 852 000.00

Teleresources (Pty) Ltd

R 7 200 000.00

The Workforce Group (Pty)

R 32 262 750.00

Thobologo Trading Enterprise

R 1 950 000.00

Time and Labour Consultants

R 178 850.00

Tower Group (Pty) Ltd

R 288 000.00

TSiBA Education

R 2 215 000.00

Vuwa Management Consulting

R 2 340 000.00

Total

R 505 158 300.00

Institution

(b) Qualification Awarded

(c) No. of Students

Africa Skills Village (Training And Management Services) (Pty) Ltd

Electrician – OFO 671101

100

 

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

50

Amandla Obusha Development Centre Co-Operative Ltd

Internship

25

Amaqhawe Enterprise Development Agency NPC

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

50

Aubrey Nyiko Business Enterprises cc

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

100

Autumn Ridge Trading 29

Pipe Fitter OFO-642607

200

Bella Capelli Hair and Company (Pty) Ltd

Hairdressing OFO-514101

15

Better Best Skills Development (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

200

 

Diesel Mechanic

100

 

Plasterer and Tiler

100

Bidvest Managed Solutions (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

3100

Bidvest Managed Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Internship

50

Bidvest Managed Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Internship

25

BM6 Plant (Pty) Ltd, Luzana Civil & Building Trust

Plasterer and Tiler

25

Botsho Botle Resources

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

500

Busani Bakithi Trading And Projects (Pty) Ltd

Internship

90

Climamark

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

500

D And D Lwazi Renaissance Research Development Institute

Internship

3

Dikgaetsedi Tourism And Catering Primary Co-Operative Limited

Internship

10

Educo Africa

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME) SAQA-49648 NQF 2

100

Ellies Beauty Group

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME) SAQA-49648 NQF 2

5

 

Internship

5

False Bay TVET College

Electrician OFO-671101

30

 

Plumber OFO-642601

20

 

Bricklayer OFO-641201

20

Fort Hare Trading Solutions (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME) SAQA-49648-NQF 2

150

Guardian Employers Organisation

Internship

35

Hatfield Christian Church

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

15

Hatfield Training Centre NPC

Internship

10

Insika Foundation NPC

Internship

300

International Management and HR Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Internship

52

Interwaste Holdings Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME) SAQA-49648 NQF 2

20

IWS Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Internship

5

JHI Properties (Pty) Ltd

Property Management; Valuation and Research

15

Keystone Learning

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME) SAQA-49648 NQF 2

350

Kusanda Mageba Investments

Internship

700

Kwazulu-Natal Blind And Deaf Society

Internship

15

Leap Entrepreneurial Development (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

25

Limpopo Transport Sector Secondary Cooperative Limited

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

20

LNM Rise (Pty) Ltd

Internship

50

Lovelife Leadership Academy Trust

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME) SAQA-49648 NQF 2

140

Lucob Cleaning Services cc

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)-SAQA-49648 NQF 2

10

Lunika Productions cc

Internship

12

M2 Engineering & Minerals

Carpenter OFO-641502

25

 

Bricklayer OFO-641201

25

Macobo Communications cc

Internship

40

Madzahisi Trading Enterprise

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

100

Mahatshe Trading

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

25

Mangwanani North Coast (Pty) Ltd

Internship

169

Mangwanani Zevenwacht (Pty) Ltd

Internship

44

 

Beauty Therapy

20

Mecs Africa (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

150

Metrofile (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

240

Milzet Consulting Services

Internship

400

Mopani TVET College

Diesel Mechanic

15

New Heights 1082 (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

40

Nomvi Trading

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

50

Nsingweni Consulting (Pty) Ltd

Bricklayer OFO-641201

300

 

Plumber OFO-642601

100

 

Plasterer OFO-642302

100

Olebogeng Barolong Manufacturing Primary Cooperative Limited

Internship

15

Pareto Ltd

Internship

1

Pheko Ka Kopanelo Peoples Organisation

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

100

Pilru Cleaning and Transport, Zila-Mkhonto

Internship

750

PK African Hair Kingdom

Internship

2

Platinum Hair And Beauty

Hair and Beauty

30

Production Management Institute of Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

1100

Ramoshaba Cleaning and Maintenance Services cc

Internship

5

Ratidzo Trading (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

200

Rekaofela Primary Co-Operative Limited

Internship

9

Remote Metering Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Internship

3

Sanda Skills Development

Internship

39

Scan Display (Pty) Ltd

Internship

12

Sebata Municipal Solutions Pty (Ltd)

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

150

SGS SA (Pty) Ltd

Internship

95

South African Fashion Design Agency

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

120

South African National Apex Tertiary Cooperative Limited (SANATCO)

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

200

Stevenel Training Construction and Civil

Plasterer and Tiler OFO-642302

75

 

Carpenter OFO-641502

75

The Golden Scissors Academy (Pty) Ltd

Internship

25

The Hair College: Images 1

Hairdressing OFO-514101

50

The South African Red Cross Society

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

200

Tower Group (Pty) Ltd

Internship

10

Tshiredo Training Academy

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

300

Turrito Networks

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

150

Two Mountains Burial Services

Internship

60

Urban Beauty Anti-Aging Academy (Pty)

Hairdressing OFO-514101

15

Van De Venter Mojapelo (Pty) Ltd

Contact Center Support

75

 

Internship

10

Vemoni Recycling and Trading

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

25

Zila Mkhonto Training and Projects

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

300

Zizi-Consulting Services (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: New Venture Creations (SMME)

800

Backup Projects

National Certificate: Project Management

4

 

Chemical Engineering

4

Capacity Outsourcing a division of Adcorp Fulfilment Services (Pty) Ltd

Further Education and Training Certificate: Labour Recruitment Services

208

 

National Certificate: Production Technology

39

 

National Certificate: Production Management

25

 

Further Education and Training Certificate: Labour Recruitment Services

195

 

Further Education and Training Certificate: Generic Management

50

 

Human Resources Management

18

 

General Education and Training Certificate: Hygiene and Cleaning

14

Charisma Healthcare Solutions a division of Adcorp Fulfilment Services (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: Generic Management (Customer Management)

6

 

General Education and Training Certificate: Hygiene and Cleaning

2

Durpro Workforce Solutions (Pty) Ltd

National Diploma: Human Resources

5

 

National Diploma in Financial Accounting

4

 

National Diploma in Industrial Relations

2

 

National Diploma in Marketing

1

Empilweni Management Solution

Further Education and Training: Generic Management

233

 

National Certificate: Business Administration

160

 

Further Education and Training: Project Management

184

 

National Diploma: PR and Marketing

17

 

National Diploma: Human Resource Management

16

 

National Diploma: Finance

10

 

National Diploma: Office Administration

10

 

BTech: Civil Engineering

1

Kelly a division of Kelly Group

Further Education and Training Certificate: Labour Recruitment Services

140

Legadima Personnel (Pty) Ltd

Further Education and Training Certificate: Information Technology Systems Support

15

Med X Staff Solutions (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: Contact Center Support

3

Nkwali M Consulting

Nation Certificate: New Venture Creation (SMME)

150

 

Further Education and Training Certificate: Project Management

100

Phaki Personnel Management Services

Diploma: Business Administration

11

 

Further Education and Training Certificate: Labour Recruitment Services

6

 

Payroll Administration

1

Quest Staffing Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Further Education and Training Certificate: Labour Recruitment Services

304

 

National Certificate: Generic Management (Customer Management)

8

Scribante Labour Consultants

Further Education and Training Certificate: Labour Recruitment Services

50

 

Further Education and Training Certificate Business Administration Services

25

 

Further Education and Training Certificate: Mechanical Engineering: Fitting

50

 

National Diploma: Human Resource Management and Practices

25

 

Engineering studies

25

 

National Certificate: Welding Application and Practice

25

 

Certificate: Municipal Financial Management

25

 

Further Education and Training Certificate: Labour Recruitment Services

25

Stratostaff (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: Contact Center and Business Process Outsourcing Support

107

Teleresources (Pty) Ltd

General Education and Training Certificate Business Practice

100

 

Further Education and Training Certificate Business Administration Services

100

The Workforce Group (Pty)

National Certificate: Contact Center Support

400

 

Admin

300

 

Bricklaying

95

 

Further Education and Training Certificate: Generic Management

50

 

Management Development for Employment Services Professionals

30

 

Employment Services Business Management Programme

20

Thobologo Trading Enterprise

Community development

300

Time and Labour Consultants

Electrical and Refrigeration

4

Time and Labour Consultants

Certificate programme in Labour Dispute Resolution Practices

1

Tower Group (Pty) Ltd

Marketing Communications

8

TSIBA Education

Batchelor of Business Administration

50

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting

20

Vuwa Management Consulting

National Certificate: Business Administration Services

50

 

Office Administration

15

Total

18 037

COMPILER/CONTACT PERSONS:

EXT:

 

DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

DATE:

QUESTION 2147 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

02 October 2017 - NW2136

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to his reply to question 2434 on 6 December 2016, for each institution awarded a grant by the Financial and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority in the 2015-16 financial year, (a) what was the rand amount awarded to each institution, (b) what qualifications were awarded by each institution and (c) how many students were awarded each type of qualification at each institution?

Reply:

Institution

  1. Amount Awarded

A2A Kopano Eastern Cape

R 230 500.00

Accnet Chartered Accountants (SA)

R 40 000.00

Accounting & Financial

R 40 000.00

Allan Gray (Pty) Ltd

R 60 000.00

Andrew Lake

R 40 000.00

Anglo American EMEA Shared Services (Pty) Ltd

R 8 976.00

Anglo Operations Limited

R 73 000.00

Anith Maharaj & Co

R 20 000.00

Apex Accounting and Tax Services cc

R 20 000.00

Austral Management Consulting

R 20 000.00

Basamandla Consulting (Pty) Ltd

R 40 000.00

BDO South Africa Inc.

R 400 000.00

Bosele Business Consultants

R 20 000.00

Boshoff Visser Grabouw Ingelyf

R 20 000.00

Brand Van Niekerk and Co. Inc.

R 40 000.00

Business Partners Ltd

R 89 000.00

C2 Financial Services Trust

R 60 000.00

C4 Chartered Accountants (Pty) Ltd

R 400 000.00

Captus Accountants & Auditors Inc.

R 40 000.00

Chris Botha Finansiele Beperk

R 40 000.00

Christo Prins Rekendienste Bk

R 20 000.00

Coastal Accounting

R 60 000.00

Computershare South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 311 000.00

Coronation Asset Management (Pty) Ltd

R 672 000.00

CPG CA (SA) Incorporated

R 40 000.00

Curo Fund Services (Pty) Ltd

R 360 000.00

David Strachan and Taylor

R 40 000.00

De Bruyn Daly

R 80 000.00

Deloitte Pim Goldby Sandton

R 4 305 500.00

Dixie & Visser

R 100 000.00

Dyn-Acc Consulting

R 20 000.00

Eksteen, Louw & Badenhorst Inc.

R 100 000.00

Emfuleni Local Youth Development Forum

R 125 000.00

Equity Accounting cc

R 20 000.00

Ernst & Young

R 3 492 000.00

Exigo Professional Accountants (Pty) Ltd

R 20 000.00

Experian South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 110 000.00

Fairheads Umbrella Trust Company

R 30 000.00

Ferreira Venter Laws & Nel

R 40 000.00

Fourie & Fouchee

R 20 000.00

FPhiri Financial Consultants (Pty) Ltd

R 70 000.00

Frans Els and Associates

R 20 000.00

G & G Chartered Accountant

R 60 000.00

Genesis Analytics (Pty) Ltd

R 3 168.00

Grant Thornton

R 60 000.00

Grant Thornton Kessel Feinstein (Durban)

R 80 000.00

Harris Dowden & Fontaine

R 20 000.00

Highveld PFS1

R 2 677 500.00

Hlb Barnett Chown

R 80 000.00

Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)

R 607 000.00

Invictus

R 20 000.00

J and R Accountants (Pty) Ltd

R 30 000.00

Jordaan Botha & Vennote Ingelyf

R 20 000.00

Kirkman Lanfear

R 40 000.00

KPMG Inc.

R 4 962 000.00

Lagab Financial Services

R 100 000.00

Lee Oosthuizen Smith Inc.

R 20 000.00

Legacy Financial Management Services (Pty) Ltd

R 60 000.00

Legae Securities

R 40 000.00

Letaba Rekenmeesters

R 160 000.00

Letsatsi Finance & Loan (Pty) Ltd

R 110 000.00

Leveton Boner & Co

R 100 000.00

LFH Accountants and Auditors Inc

R 40 000.00

Lockhat Incorporated

R 20 000.00

Logista Ingelyf GR (SA)

R 40 000.00

Lucro Auditing PLC

R 20 000.00

Mahomedy Omar Paruk

R 55 000.00

Maitland Group of South Africa Ltd

R 42 000.00

Maitland Hedge Fund Services (Pty) Ltd

R 20 000.00

Marais & Crowther

R 80 000.00

Mazars (Gauteng) Inc.

R 60 000.00

Mazars (Pretoria)

R 20 000.00

Mazars East London

R 60 000.00

Mazars Gauteng

R 100 000.00

Mazars Port Elizabeth

R 100 000.00

MBD Credit Solutions (Proprietary) Limited

R 710 000.00

McKinsey & Company Africa

R 52 500.00

Metric Financial Services (Pty) Ltd

R 20 000.00

Modern Estate Agents & Business Brokers T/A Desai, Bhagat, Jeena

R 220 000.00

Moore Stephens

R 40 000.00

Moore Stephens Cape Town Inc.

R 40 000.00

Moore Stephens WK Incorporated

R 180 000.00

MW Reynolds and Associates

R 60 000.00

Nel Havinga Corbertt

R 40 000.00

Nolands Incorporated

R 20 000.00

Ntuli Consulting Services

R 40 000.00

Numeri Rekenmeesters / Accountants

R 40 000.00

Octagon

R 20 000.00

Office of the Auditor-General

R 6 705 500.00

OHS

R 10 500.00

PDB Pretorius Dondashe Incorporated

R 20 000.00

PFS Administrasie Trust

R 20 000.00

Phillip Shifren and Company

R 60 000.00

PJK Consulting

R 20 000.00

PKF Constantia Valley Cape Town Inc.

R 100 000.00

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

R 4 668 000.00

Proforum Accountants Louis Trichardt cc

R 60 000.00

Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd

R 110 000.00

Ramathe (Central) Inc.

R 100 000.00

Redefine Properties

R 140 000.00

Reko Rekenmeesters Ingelyf

R 20 000.00

RGN Haralambous

R 20 000.00

RSM Betty & Dickson (Tshwane)

R 20 000.00

RSM SA Durban

R 20 000.00

RSM South Africa

R 160 000.00

S Gordon & Co.

R 40 000.00

S Haynes CA(SA)

R 40 000.00

S Roets and Associates Incorporated

R 40 000.00

SAB&T Chartered Accountants Inc.

R 320 000.00

Silica Holdings Proprietary Limited

R 180 000.00

Snyman & Oosthuizen Rekenmeesters (Pty) Ltd

R 55 000.00

South African Revenue Service

R 20 000.00

South African Sugar

R 21 000.00

Strate (Pty) Limited

R 21 000.00

TIFC Professional Accountants and Consultants cc

R 20 000.00

TransUnion Credit Bureau

R 117 500.00

Tuffias Sandberg

R 180 000.00

UBS Warburg Securities (SA) (Pty) Ltd

R 52 500.00

Valentine Sargeant

R 20 000.00

Van Den Bergh & Nienaber

R 60 000.00

Verryn & Company Inc.

R 40 000.00

Wakely-Smith Lattuca

R 40 000.00

Webb Accounting

R 20 000.00

West-Evans

R 60 000.00

Total

R 367 471 44

Institution

(b) Qualification Awarded

(cNo. of Students

A2A Kopano Eastern Cape

Bcom in Accounting

1

 

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

6

Anglo American EMEA Shared Services (Pty) Ltd

Bachelor of Accounting Sciences in Financial Accounting

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Business Informatics

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resource Management

2

 

National Diploma: Human Resource Management

2

Anglo Operations Limited

BSc. Life and Environmental Sciences

1

 

Master of Law - International Economic Law

1

 

MPhil Engineering Management

1

Apex Accounting and Tax Services cc

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

1

BDO South Africa Inc.

Chartered Accountant

7

 

CTA Honours

1

 

Higher Diploma in Accounting

1

Business Partners Ltd

Masters in Business Administration

1

C4 Chartered Accountants (Pty) Ltd

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

1

Captus Accountants & Auditors Inc.

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

2

Chris Botha Finansiele Beperk

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

1

Coastal Accounting

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

1

Computershare South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Advance Diploma in Financial Markets

1

 

BTech. Bridging (Business)

1

 

Certificate: Office Administration

6

Coronation Asset Management (Pty) Ltd

Bachelor of Arts: Politics, Philosophy and Economics

1

 

Bachelor of Business Science Management Studies Finance (CA option)

4

 

Bachelor of Business Science Management Studies: Economics

1

 

Bachelor of Business Science Management Studies: Information Systems

1

 

Bachelor of Business Science Management Studies: Quantitative Finance

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Economics

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Financial Analysis and Portfolio Management

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Financial Management Science

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce: Accounting

3

 

Bachelor of Commerce: Economics

1

 

Post-Graduate Diploma in Accounting

2

CPG CA (SA) Incorporated

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

1

Curo Fund Services (Pty) Ltd

National Certificate: Banking

6

 

National Certificate: Financial Markets & Instruments

3

De Bruyn Daly

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

2

Deloitte Pim Goldby Sandton

Bachelor of Accounting

5

 

Bachelor of Business Science

6

 

Bachelor of Commerce

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours: Accounting (CA)

4

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours: Accounting Science

2

 

Bachelor of Commerce: Accounting

10

 

Bachelor of Commerce: Accounting Sciences

7

 

Bachelor of Commerce: Information Management

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce: Rationum (Law)

2

 

Bachelor: Accounting Science

1

 

Bachelor: Accounting Science: Honours

1

 

Bridging Certificate: Theory of Accounting

1

 

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

53

 

Higher Diploma: Accountancy

1

 

Postgraduate Diploma: Accounting

11

Eksteen, Louw & Badenhorst Inc.

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

3

Equity Accounting cc

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

1

Ernst & Young

Bachelor of Commerce

62

 

CIA Qualification

2

 

Trainee Accountant

44

Fourie & Fouchee

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

G & G Chartered Accountant

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

Genesis Analytics (Pty) Ltd

Bachelor of Accounting Sciences in Financial Accounting

1

Grant Thornton

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

2

Harris Dowden & Fontaine

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

Highveld PFS1

Further Education and Training Certificate: Generic Management

1

 

General Education and Training Certificate: Hygiene and Cleaning

19

 

National Certificate: Professional Cookery

14

Hlb Barnett Chown

Accountant in Practice

1

 

Professional Accountant in Practice

1

Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)

BCom. Accounting

3

 

BCom. Logistics

1

 

BSc Agriculture

1

 

BSc Mathematics

1

 

Chemical Engineering

4

 

Computer Engineering

1

 

Electrical Engineering HC

2

 

Environmental Science

2

Invictus

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

1

KPMG Inc.

Bachelor of Accounting

10

 

Bachelor of Accounting Science

10

 

Bachelor of Business Science (Management Studies)

1

 

Bachelor of Business Science: Management Studies with Accounting

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting Science)

19

 

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

6

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Accounting

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Accounting (CA)

3

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Accounting Sciences

3

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Chartered Accountancy

1

 

Chartered Accounting: Auditing

3

 

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

51

 

Higher Diploma in Accountancy

2

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting

5

Letsatsi Finance & Loan (Pty) Ltd

Core Banking and Financial Service Learnership

2

Lockhat Incorporated

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

Mahomedy Omar Paruk

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

Maitland Group of South Africa Ltd

Bachelor of Business Administration

2

Mazars (Pretoria)

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

Mazars East London

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

2

MBD Credit Solutions (Proprietary) Limited

NQF Level 2: Contact Centre Support

1

McKinsey & Company Africa

National Certificate IT: Technical Support

1

Modern Estate Agents & Business Brokers T/A Desai, Bhagat, Jeena

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

5

Office of the Auditor-General

Baccalaureus in Accounting Honours

2

 

Bachelor of Accountancy

1

 

Bachelor of Accounting

3

 

Bachelors of Accounting Science

1

 

BCom. C3 Accounting

1

 

BCom. Hons (Accounting) CA

1

 

Bridging Certificate Theory of Accounting

4

 

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

60

 

CTA 1

4

 

Higher Diploma in Accountancy

1

 

Hons BCom. in Chartered Accountancy

1

 

PG Diploma in Accounting

1

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Accountiong Science (CTA level 1)

1

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Accountancy

2

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting

1

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting Science

5

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Accounting (CTA 2)

3

OHS

Bachelor in Accounting Science

1

PDB Pretorius Dondashe Incorporated

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

PFS Administrasie Trust

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

B.Bus Sc. in Management Studies: Finance with Accounting Specialisation - Final Year

1

 

Bachelor of Accounting Science - First Year

8

 

Bachelor of Business Science - Fourth Year

5

 

Bachelor of Business Science Finance (CA Stream) - Third Year

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting Science) - Third Year

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce Accounting - Third Year

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce Honours (Accounting Specialization in Chartered Accounting)

1

 

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Science - Third Year

1

 

Bachelors of Accounting – First, Second and Third Year

3

 

BCom Accounting First and Second Year

19

 

BCom Accounting Honours

2

 

BCom Financial Accounting: Chartered Accounting Stream - Second Year

3

 

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

68

 

Higher Diploma in Accounting / BCom. Accounting Honours

2

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting

1

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting - Final Year

2

Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd

BCom. Economics

1

 

BCom. Occupational Risk Law

1

 

LLB

1

 

MBA

1

 

MCom. in Developmental Economics

1

 

National Diploma in Business Information Technology

1

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Taxation

1

Ramathe (Central) Inc.

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

RGN Haralambous

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

1

RSM South Africa

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

2

S Gordon & Co.

Postgraduate Diploma: Professional Accountant in Practice

1

SAB&T Chartered Accountants Inc.

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

8

Silica Holdings Proprietary Limited

FET Certificate Wealth Management

3

 

National Certificate Advanced Certificate IT Database Development

2

 

National Certificate: Advanced Certificate Database Development

1

Snyman & Oosthuizen Rekenmeesters (Pty) Ltd

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

1

South African Sugar

Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Management

1

 

National Diploma: Human Resources

1

Strate (Pty) Limited

Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management

1

Tuffias Sandberg

Chartered Accountant: Auditing

3

Total

727

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EXT:

 

DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

DATE:

QUESTION 2136 APPROVED/NOT APPROVED/AMENDED

Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

STATUS:

DATE:

02 October 2017 - NW2132

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Bucwa, Ms H to ask the Minister of Higher Education and Training

With reference to his reply to question 2430 on 5 December 2016, for each institution awarded a grant by the Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority in the 2015-16 financial year, (a) what was the rand amount awarded to each institution, (b) what qualifications were awarded by each institution and (c) how many students were awarded each type of qualification at each institution?

Reply:

Institution

(a) Amount Awarded

a.b.e Construction Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

R 501 500.00

Actaforce cc

R 50 000.00

Acti-Chem SA (Pty) Ltd

R 122 050.00

Adcock Ingram Health Care (Pty) Ltd

R 3 592 050.00

Advanced Armour Glass

R 635 000.00

AECI LIMITED

R 5 410 179.00

AEL Mining Services Ltd

R 5 367 200.00

African Amines (Pty) Ltd

R 1 500.00

African Mineral Standards

R 8 000.00

African Oxygen Limited

R 1 508 350.00

Afriplex (Pty) Ltd

R 1 357 270.00

A-Gas (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd

R 30 000.00

Air Liquide (Pty) Ltd

R 489 000.00

Air Products South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 2 511 602.00

Akzo Nobel Powder Coatings South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 641 000.00

Amandla Offshore Oil and Gas Education and Training

R 1 365 000.00

Amka Product (Pty) Ltd

R 2 140 000.00

Artisan Development Academy

R 2 229 600.00

Arysta Lifescience SA (Pty)Ltd

R 175 000.00

Aspen Pharmacare

R 1 546 000.00

Associated Additives a Division of Zimco Group (Pty) Ltd

R 326 500.00

Atholl Munday Training Centre (Pty)(Ltd)

R 4 632 750.00

Avery Dennison (Pty) Ltd)

R 116 161.00

Axalta Plascon (Pty) Ltd

R 666 600.00

BAB Developers (Pty) Ltd

R 2 070 000.00

BASF Construction Chemicals SA (Pty) Ltd

R 774 000.00

Battech (Pty) Ltd

R 36 740.00

Battery Technologies (Pty) Ltd

R 38 325.00

Becton Dickinson

R 162 000.00

Beige Holdings (Pty) Limited

R 2 557 500.00

Bergrivier Municipality

R 300 000.00

BF Quality Solutions (Pty) Ltd

R 830 000.00

Biocorp Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd

R 335 000.00

Bioforce SA (Pty) Ltd

R 14 000.00

Blendcor (Pty) Ltd

R 298 450.00

Blendtech

R 108 000.00

Blendwell Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

R 32 000.00

Bloemfontein Spill Response (Pty) Ltd

R 50 808.00

Boehringer Ingelheim (Pty) Ltd

R 750 000.00

Boland College

R 760 000.00

BOTASH SA (Pty) Ltd

R 182 000.00

BP Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 2 426 632.00

Britec Laboratories

R 12 100.00

Buckman Laboratories (Pty) Ltd

R 990 200.00

Busisizwe Communications

R 1 200 000.00

Camel Fuels (Pty) Ltd

R 120 000.00

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

R 2 520 000.00

Central Johannesburg TVET College

R 900 000.00

Central University of Technology

R 1 800 000.00

Chemetall (Pty) Ltd

R 126 000.00

Chemistry Incubator

R 90 000.00

CHEMTOLL

R 125 000.00

Chevron South Africa (Pty) Limited

R 1 296 000.00

City of Cape Town

R 1 500 000.00

City of Umhlathuze

R 240 000.00

Clariant Sasol Catalyst

R 270 000.00

Clariant Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd Richards Bay

R 1 355 000.00

Coastal KZN TVET College

R 4 740 000.00

Coega Development Corporation (Pty) (Ltd)

R 589 400.00

College of Cape Town

R 2 936 750.00

Connectco Fastener (Pty) Ltd

R 32 187.00

Curechem South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 9 000.00

CV Chabane & Associates (Pty) Ltd

R 415 000.00

Dekro Paints (Pty) Limited

R 140 000.00

DENSO SA (Pty) Ltd

R 70 000.00

Department of Energy

R 1 790 000.00

Dow AgroSciences Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 54 000.00

Drakenstein Local Municipality

R 278 700.00

DSM Nutritional Products

R 340 000.00

Dura Paints

R 315 000.00

Durban University of Technology

R 2 880 000.00

DyStar Boehme Africa (Pty)Ltd

R 72 000.00

Eastcape Midlands College Business Unit

R 280 000.00

Ecolab (Pty) Ltd

R 360 000.00

Ehlanzeni TVET College

R 4 870 000.00

Ekurhuleni East TVET College

R 1 286 500.00

Elegant Line Trading 237 cc

R 285 400.00

Elinem Construction cc

R 5 481 100.00

Elizabeth Arden SA (Pty) Ltd

R 450 000.00

Engen Petroleum Limited

R 2 800 000.00

Environ Skin Care(Pty) Ltd

R 168 000.00

ENVIROSAN (Pty) Ltd

R 10 720.00

Esayidi TVET College

R 1 200 000.00

Eurolab (Pty)Ltd

R 30 000.00

Eveready (Pty) Ltd

R 808 700.00

Evonik Africa

R 36 000.00

Evonik Peroxide Africa Pty Ltd

R 114 920.00

False Bay TVET College

R 2 682 000.00

Farm-Ag International (Pty)ltd

R 545 200.00

Farmprops 141 (Pty) Ltd

R 2 520 000.00

Ferro Industrial Products (Pty) Ltd

R 143 000.00

FFS Refiners (Pty) Ltd

R 1 650 300.00

Fine Chemicals Corporation

R 1 261 000.00

First National Battery - A Division of Metindustrial (Pty) Ltd

R 1 879 350.00

Flavius Mareka TVET College

R 11 301 000.00

Flint Group (Pty) Ltd

R 15 000.00

Foskor (Pty) Ltd

R 460 800.00

Free State Education Trust

R 2 250 000.00

Fresenius Kabi Manufacturing SA

R 92 900.00

Fromm Systems Africa (Pty)Ltd

R 30 000.00

Fuchs Lubricants (SA) (Pty)Ltd

R 32 000.00

Further Education Trade Training

R 757 400.00

G & W Base & Industrial Minerals (Pty) Limited

R 211 450.00

Gauteng Office of the Premier

R 1 800 000.00

General Energy Systems

R 45 000.00

Geochem (Pty) Ltd

R 988 500.00

Gert Sibande TVET College

R 7 963 394.90

Gijima Holdings Pty Ltd

R 420 000.00

Gilbarco AFS (Pty) Ltd

R 381 600.00

Givaudan

R 720 000.00

GlaxoSmithKline

R 1 526 400.00

Gold Reef Speciality Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

R 597 900.00

Goldfields TVET College

R 1 858 000.00

Grinding Techniques (Pty) Ltd

R 210 000.00

Group Technology

R 1 350 000.00

Grove 253 (Pty) Limited t/a Chespak (Pty) Limited

R 46 450.00

H&R South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 72 000.00

Hammertone Fuels

R 118 450.00

Heraeus South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 1 260 360.00

Herbal Homeopathic (Pty) Ltd

R 320 000.00

Hersol Manufacturing Laboratories (Pty) Ltd

R 666 000.00

Hitech Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

R 630 500.00

Holland and Hausberger (Pty) Ltd

R 45 000.00

Hosaf a Division of KAP Diversified Industrial (Pty) Ltd

R 420 000.00

Huntsman P&A Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 1 617 900.00

Hydra- Arc (Pty) Limited

R 7 930 486.00

ICI Dulux (Pty) Ltd

R 2 020 200.00

Interactive tutor t/a Media Works

R 90 000.00

Intertek Testing Services (Pty) Ltd

R 900 000.00

Isegen South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 201 600.00

Island View Storage Ltd

R 415 000.00

J Strickland Africa

R 25 500.00

Johnson & Johnson (Pty) Ltd

R 978 680.00

Jotun Paints South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 382 000.00

Kansai Plascon (Pty) Ltd

R 5 254 800.00

Karbochem (Pty) Ltd

R 969 000.00

Kelp Products (Pty) Ltd

R 265 000.00

KZN Oils Pty Ltd

R 239 500.00

KZN Resins (Pty) Ltd

R 36 500.00

Labchem (Pty) Ltd

R 27 000.00

Lephalale TVET College

R 994 000.00

Leps Training Provider cc

R 180 000.00

Livinamix Investments Pty Ltd

R 1 195 000.00

M.C.F.I International

R 81 400.00

Majuba TVET College

R 1 393 500.00

Makgoesha Electrical Services (Pty) Ltd

R 56 000.00

Malotane Laboratories

R 309 600.00

Mangosuthu University of Technology

R 1 620 000.00

Mawasha Chemicals cc

R 1 346 600.00

Media Works KZN

R 189 000.00

Medpro Pharmaceutica (Pty) Ltd

R 1 837 800.00

Merck Pty Ltd

R 60 000.00

Metallica Chemicals

R 43 200.00

Metsi Chem International (Pty) Ltd

R 224 000.00

Mijona International Co. (Pty) Ltd

R 575 000.00

Mnambithi TVET College

R 720 000.00

Mpumamanzi Group

R 15 000.00

MSD (Pty) Ltd

R 960 000.00

Mthetana Trading & Construction

R 800 000.00

Multisol South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 150 000.00

Nalco Africa

R 360 000.00

Nampak Glass

R 470 000.00

National Bio Products Institute

R 818 000.00

National Screen and Digital Supplies (Cape) (Pty) Ltd

R 16 000.00

NCP Alcohols (Pty) Ltd

R 376 000.00

NCP Chlorchem (Pty) Ltd

R 577 800.00

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

R 3 261 400.00

Nestdiv Trading cc

R 4 340 000.00

Newcastle Co-Generation (Pty) Ltd

R 7 000.00

Nkungumathe Youth Development Forum

R 1 596 750.00

Nkunzi Pharmaceuticals

R 144 000.00

NTP Radioisotopes SOC Ltd

R 1 394 700.00

Omnia Group (Pty) Ltd

R 10 633 100.00

Orion Engineered Carbons (Pty) Ltd

R 92 900.00

Oryx Oil South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 316 800.00

Oudtshoorn Municipality

R 358 000.00

P and T Technology (Pty) Ltd

R 1 480 000.00

Paintco (Pty) Ltd

R 95 600.00

Permoseal (Pty) Ltd

R 715 800.00

PFG Building Glass a division of PG Group (Pty) Ltd

R 2 088 000.00

Pfizer Laboratories (Pty) Ltd

R 60 000.00

PG Building Glass Solutions, a division of PG Group (Pty) Ltd

R 510 000.00

PG Glass a division of PG Group (Pty) Ltd

R 1 460 400.00

Phakamani Technology College

R 440 000.00

Pharma Dynamics

R 252 000.00

Pharma Natura (Pty) Ltd

R 1 922 000.00

PHARMA-Q (Pty) Ltd

R 340 050.00

PiCompany South Africa

R 300 000.00

Platchem (Pty)Ltd

R 30 000.00

Polokwane Chemical Suppliers

R 8 740 000.00

Port Elizabeth College

R 360 000.00

Powafix cc

R 20 650.00

Prime Cleaning Suppliers cc

R 540 000.00

Prodec Paints cc

R 365 000.00

Prominent Paints

R 332 000.00

Protea Chemicals a division of Omnia Group (Pty) Ltd

R 2 817 200.00

Pure Vmaks (Pty) Ltd

R 180 000.00

Purechem (Pty) Ltd

R 936 000.00

Quality Training & Consulting (Pty) Ltd

R 300 000.00

Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Ltd

R 7 000.00

Reba Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

R 1 220 000.00

Redpeg (Pty) Ltd

R 500 000.00

Regal Products

R 301 200.00

Rheinmetall Denel Munition (Pty) Ltd

R 2 009 200.00

Ritz Pumps SA (Pty) Ltd

R 7 000.00

Roche Products (Pty) Ltd

R 540 000.00

Rohm and Haas South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 218 000.00

Rolfes PWM (Pty) Ltd

R 36 000.00

Royal Adhesive Industries cc

R 134 000.00

SA Calcium Carbide (Pty) Ltd

R 214 000.00

SAFIC (Pty) Ltd

R 85 000.00

Saint-Gobain Construction Products SA (Pty) Ltd

R 1 270 500.00

Saldanha Bay IDZ Licencing SOC

R 5 043 500.00

SANACO

R 600 000.00

Sandoz South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 240 000.00

Sasol Mining

R 6 710 000.00

Sasol Synfuels Operations

R 4 740 150.00

Sasolburg Operations

R 1 120 000.00

Scientec (Pty) Ltd

R 2 430 000.00

Scott Bader (Pty) Ltd

R 338 200.00

Seal Chemistry (Pty) Ltd

R 16 400.00

Sealed Air Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 808 800.00

Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University

R 3 483 000.00

Servier Laboratories (Pty) Ltd

R 1 555 000.00

Servochem (Pty) Ltd

R 36 000.00

Set Point Industrial Technology (Pty) Ltd

R 15 000.00

Set Point Laboratories

R 357 740.00

Share Literacy Project

R 247 500.00

Shatterprufe

R 460 800.00

Shell and BP South African Petroleum Refineries (Pty) Ltd

R 8 125 850.00

Shell South Africa Refining (Pty) Ltd

R 900 000.00

SI Group South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 409 631.00

Sigma-Aldrich (Pty) Ltd

R 29 000.00

Sika SA (Pty) Ltd

R 288 000.00

Sol Plaatje University

R 450 000.00

South African Graduates Development Association (SAGDA)

R 720 000.00

South African Industry Training Institute

R 630 000.00

South African Nuclear Corporation SOC

R 8 406 550.00

South African Petroleum Industry Asscociation

R 144 000.00

South West Gauteng TVET College

R 540 000.00

Sparkle Products cc

R 14 000.00

Specpharm Holdings (Pty) Ltd

R 420 000.00

Spill Tech (Cape) (Pty) Ltd

R 254 015.00

Sun Ace SA (Pty) Ltd

R 60 000.00

Sun Chemical South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 144 000.00

Symrise (Pty) Ltd

R 216 000.00

Synexa Life Sciences (Pty) Ltd

R 70 000.00

Syngenta South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 708 200.00

Synthomer (Pty) Ltd

R 288 000.00

Technical Finishes (Pty) Ltd

R 825 000.00

TEKmation (Pty)Ltd

R 1 600 600.00

Terason (Pty) Ltd

R 36 000.00

Tetrafull 1220 cc T/A Rodcon Engineering Services

R 100 000.00

The Biovac Institute

R 252 000.00

The Petroleum Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa (SOC) Ltd

R 5 483 600.00

The Sisonke Partnership

R 1 242 000.00

The University of the Witwatersrand

R 1 260 000.00

The Valspar (South Africa) Corporation (Pty) Ltd

R 144 000.00

Thebe Unico (Pty) Ltd

R 300 000.00

Thekwini TVET College

R 360 000.00

Tiyani SHEQ Consultants (Pty) Ltd

R 115 200.00

Total SA (Pty) Ltd

R 732 000.00

Totalgaz Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 290 000.00

Trainrite (Pty) Ltd

R 1 393 500.00

Trilab Support

R 36 000.00

Tshegofentse Facilities & Engineering

R 256 000.00

Tshwane North TVET College

R 450 000.00

Tshwane University of Technology

R 1 200 000.00

UGIS (Pty) Ltd

R 772 900.00

Umfolozi TVET College

R 3 882 500.00

Unilever-SA

R 2 065 000.00

University of Johannesburg

R 3 450 000.00

University of Limpopo

R 300 000.00

University of the Western Cape

R 1 605 000.00

Vitafoam SA a division of KAP Homeware (Pty) Ltd

R 1 334 350.00

VPK Business Venture

R 1 625 000.00

West Coast TVET College

R 2 506 050.00

Willard Batteries

R 960 400.00

Winthrop Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Ltd

R 800 000.00

Witmind Engineering Consultants (Pty) Ltd

R 45 000.00

Witon Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

R 455 700.00

World Focus 382 cc

R 738 700.00

Zeta Laboratories cc

R 640 000.00

Total

R 317 774 550.90

Institution

(b) Qualification Awarded

(c) No. of Students

a.b.e Construction Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Operations Level 1-2

24

 

Counterbalance Forklift - new

4

 

Credit Management 3

1

 

Fire Fighting

1

 

Internal Quality Auditor ISO9001:2008

4

 

Manage Logistic

1

 

SCT 20 - Concrete Practise

2

 

SCT 30 - Concrete Technology

2

 

SCT 41 - Concrete Technology and Construction

1

 

SCT10 - Introduction to Concrete

4

 

Account Strategies

1

Actaforce cc

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

2

 

National Certificate: Generic Management

1

Acti-Chem SA (Pty) Ltd

Customer Service Excellence

3

 

Debt Collection

1

 

Forecasting & Budgeting

1

 

Health & Safety

2

 

Payroll Administration

2

 

Understanding & Implementing HR

1

Adcock Ingram Health Care (Pty) Ltd

Biochemistry

139

 

Electrician

15

 

Fitter and Turner

3

 

General Management

14

 

Industrial Engineering

21

 

Pharmacy Assistant (Basic and Post Basic)

15

 

Programme based on 1 & 2 Unit Standard

40

 

Project Management NQF Level 4

10

 

Welder - L2 and 3

10

Advanced Armour Glass

TVETC Business Administration Services (NQF 4)

55

 

Generic Management (NQF5)

10

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

10

AECI Limited

Analytical Chemistry

174

 

Biochemistry

16

 

Chemical Engineering

1

 

NC Chemical Operations 1;2 &3

72

 

Chemical Process Technology

8

 

Electrician

1

 

Extraction Metallurgy

2

 

TVETC - Welding Level 4

7

 

Fitter and Turner

2

 

Instrument Mechanician

8

 

NC - Electrician Level 3

1

 

NC Freight Handling NQF 3

47

 

Plant Operator

5

 

Welder

3

AEL Mining Services Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

158

 

Electrician

1

 

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 4

16

 

Fitter and Turner

19

 

Freight Handling NQF 3

13

 

Industrial Engineering

8

 

Instrument Mechanician

2

 

Mechanical Engineering Learnership

3

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

53

African Amines (Pty) Ltd

SHE Representative and Basic First Aid

2

African Mineral Standards

ABET 2-3

3

African Oxygen Limited

ABET 2-4

62

 

Business Administration

3

 

CHIETA Engineering Related Studies

20

 

Electrician

10

 

Engineering Related Studies

3

 

OD-ETDP

5

Afriplex (Pty) Ltd

Fire Fighting Level 1

111

 

First Aid Level 1

8

 

Food Technology

16

 

Good Manufacturing Practises

2

 

Health & Safety Rep

13

 

Inventory Control

10

 

New Management Development Programme

12

 

Operations Management

3

 

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standard

15

 

Stores & Warehousing

12

A-Gas (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 3

1

Air Liquide (Pty) Ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

33

Air Products South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Advanced Driving Refresher

92

 

Analytical Chemistry

8

 

Automotive Motor Mechanic

2

 

Business Administration

1

 

Chemical Engineering

10

 

Dangerous Goods

6

 

Electrical Engineering

2

 

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 4

6

 

First Aid Level1

2

 

Fitter and Turner

2

 

Forklift in (Moffat)

6

 

Forklift Training

1

 

Human Resource Development

4

 

Industrial Engineering

1

 

Instrument Mechanician

1

 

Marketing

2

 

Mechanical Engineering

1

 

Mounted Crane Novice

2

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2 & 3

18

 

Office Administration and Technology

3

 

Production Technology NQF 2-3

4

 

Safety Management

8

Akzo Nobel Powder Coatings South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Engineering

4

 

Operations Management

1

Akzonobel Powder Coatings South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

18

 

General Management Learnership

4

 

Industrial Engineering

7

 

Programme based on 4 Unit Standards

2

Amandla Offshore oil and Gas education and training

Programme Based on 5 Unit Standards

80

 

Rigging and Sligging

45

Amka Product (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2 & 3

43

 

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

7

 

Work Integrated Learning

15

Amka Products Manufacturers (Pty) Ltd

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 4

67

 

FLC - Operational only 2015-2016

3

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

8

 

Internship

10

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2 - 4

27

 

Work Integrated Learning

13

Artisan Development Academy

Electrician

48

 

Instrument Mechanician

16

 

Welder

16

Arysta Lifescience SA (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

15

Aspen Pharmacare

Analytical Chemistry

81

 

TVETC: Pharmacist Assistant Basic & Post Basic

16

 

Women in Leadership

25

Associated Additives a Division of ZIMCO Group (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

34

 

Basics of Raw Materials

4

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 – 3

6

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

5

Atholl Munday Training Centre (Pty) Ltd

Electrician

213

 

TVETC - Fitting Level 4

40

 

Fitter and Turner

11

 

NC - Electrician Level 3

75

 

NC - Fitting Level 3

10

 

NC - Welding Level 3

15

 

Programme based on 1;2;4 &5 Unit Standard

32

 

Welder

10

Avery Dennison (Pty) Ltd

B.Comm Marketing

13

 

Business Administration Degree

1

 

Business Management Degree

1

 

Master’s in Business Administration

1

 

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standards

8

Axalta Plascon (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

20

 

Chemical Engineering

7

 

Human Resources

1

 

Production

1

 

Polymer Technology

3

BAB Developers (Pty) Ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

75

 

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2

30

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

40

BASF Construction Chemicals SA (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

1

BASF Construction Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

32

 

Chemical Process Technology

2

 

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 4

2

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

18

Battech (Pty) Ltd

COIDA and Health and Safety

18

 

Fire Fighting

1

 

First Aid - Health and Safety

3

 

Health and Safety - manufacturing

2

 

Pneumatics ,Hydraulics and Drives

3

 

Programme based on 1;2;3 &5 Unit Standards

8

Battery Technologies (Pty) Ltd

COIDA - Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act

4

 

HR Learnership - workplace experience

1

 

Programme based on 2 Unit Standards

1

 

Safety Representative

1

Becton Dickinson

Biomedical Technology

5

 

NC Pharmaceuticals Sales Rep Level 5

2

Beige Holdings Pty Limited

Electrical Engineering

58

 

TVETC - Fitting Level 4

5

 

Fitter and Turner

10

 

Industrial Engineering

18

 

Operations Management

5

Bergrivier Municipality

Road Construction

10

 

Water and waste water

5

BF Quality Solutions (Pty) Ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

30

 

NC Automated Packaging Level 3

5

 

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2

5

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

15

Biocorp Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

20

 

Programme based on 2 Unit Standards

5

Bioforce SA (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 6-7 Unit Standards

6

Blendcor (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

8

 

Environmental Science

2

 

Financial Accounting

1

 

Fitter and Turner

1

 

Human Resources

1

 

Information Technology

1

Blendtech

Analytical Chemistry

3

 

Chemical Engineering

1

Blendwell Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

2

Bloemfontein Spill Response (Pty) Ltd

Asbestos Removal Supervisor

30

 

Confined Spaces

6

 

Hand & Portable Tools

6

 

Scaffolding

6

 

Safety, Health and Environment Representative

6

Boehringer Ingelheim Pty Ltd

NC Pharmaceuticals Sales Rep Level 5

25

Boland College

NC - Welding Level 3

82

 

Occupational Directed Education and Training Practitioner Level 5

12

 

Programme based on 4 Unit Standards

10

 

Skills Development Facilitator

50

Botash SA (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

7

 

Financial Management

2

 

Health and Safety Management

3

 

Sales & Marketing

1

BP Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd

Bachelor of Commerce

250

 

Biochemistry

20

 

Bulk Vehicle Operator Learnership

1

 

Chemical Engineering

24

 

CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) Learnership

6

 

Contact Centre Support Level 2

10

 

Diesel Mechanic Learnership

8

 

Electrical Engineering

27

 

Environmental Science

5

 

TVETC - Electrician Level 4

1

 

Mechanical Engineering

2

 

Occupational Directed Education and Training Practitioner Level 4

3

 

Programme based on 2;6 &7 Unit Standards

133

Britec Laboratories

Diploma in Cosmetic Science NQF 6

1

Buckman Laboratories (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

38

 

Chemical Engineering

13

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

14

 

Operations Management

4

Busisizwe Communications

New Venture Creation Level 2

40

Camel Fuels (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

6

 

Biomedical Technology

2

 

Chemical Engineering

1

 

Operations Management

2

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Analytical Chemistry

70

 

Biotechnology

40

Central Johannesburg TVET College

Electrical Engineering

25

 

Engineering and Related Design

15

Central University of Technology

Biomedical Technology

40

 

Civil Engineering

10

 

Electrical Engineering

10

 

Mechanical Engineering

10

Chemetall (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

7

 

Occupational Health

5

 

Systems Develop

1

Chemistry Incubator

Analytical Chemistry

3

CHEMTOLL

Information Technology

4

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 3

1

 

Operations Management

2

Chevron South Africa (Pty) Limited

Engineering and Related Design

30

City of Cape Town

NC: Water and Wastewater Process Control

50

 

NC: Water and Wastewater Treatment Process

20

City of Umhlathuze

Electrician

25

 

Programme based on 5 Unit Standards

5

Clariant Sasol Catalyst

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 4

9

Clariant Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd Richards Bay

Boiler Maker

86

 

Electrician

1

 

Environmental Management systems training

1

 

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 4

10

 

FIRST AID, FIRE, STANDBY DUTIES

15

 

Fitter and Turner

10

 

Forklift Training

2

 

Instrument Mechanician

10

 

Millwright

1

 

NC Automated Packaging Level 3

1

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 3

10

 

Overhead Crane Training

10

 

Siemens Training

10

Coastal KZN TVET College

Chemical Operations Project Administrator

140

 

Electrical Engineering

2

 

Engineering and Related Design

10

 

NC - Welding Level 2

28

 

Operations Management

10

Coega Development Corporation (Pty) Ltd

Coded Welding

100

 

Driver Training Programme

50

College of Cape Town for Technical Vocational Education and Training

Building and Civil Construction

75

 

Electrical Engineering

30

 

Engineering and Related Design

25

 

Mechanical Engineering N6

5

 

Senior Management Development

5

Connectco Fastener (Pty) Ltd

Industrial Engineering

4

 

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standards

2

 Curechem South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standard

9

CV Chabane & Associates (Pty) Ltd

Civil Engineering and Construction

20

 

Operations Management

5

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

5

Dekro Paints (Pty)Limited

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

20

DENSO SA (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

10

Department of Energy

Chemical Engineering

81

 

Engineering and Related Design

21

 

NC Project Management

5

 

NC Public Administration

10

 

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

25

Dow Agro Sciences Southern Africa Pty Ltd

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 4

3

Drakenstein Local Municipality

Electrician

6

DSM Nutritional Products

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

20

Dura Paints

Programme based on 1;2&7 Unit Standards

75

Durban University of Technology

Analytical Chemistry

80

 

Biomedical Technology

10

 

Chemical Engineering

10

 

Civil Engineering

10

 

Electrical Engineering

10

 

Industrial Engineering

10

 

Mechanical Engineering

10

 

Operations Management

10

DyStar Boehme Africa (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Engineering

2

 

Mechanical Engineering

1

Eastcape Midlands College Business Unit

Programme based on 6 Unit Standards

40

Ecolab (Pty) Ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

20

Ehlanzeni TVET College

Electrical Engineering

659

 

ABET L1 - 4

40

 

Work Integrated Learning

20

 

New Venture Creation For Graduate Artisans

224

 

TVET Graduate Placement

25

Ekurhuleni East TVET College

Automotive Motor Mechanic

36

 

Business Studies

15

 

Carpentry and Joinery

4

 

Electrician

1

 

Engineering and Related Design

6

 

Fitter and Turner

3

 

Instrument Mechanician

1

 

Tool Making

1

Elegant Line Trading 237 cc

Chemical Engineering/Chemistry

9

 

Chemistry

1

 

Marketing

2

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

2

 

Safety Rep/Forklift/Workplace Safety

1

Elinem Construction cc

Boiler Maker

118

 

Welder

48

Elizabeth Arden SA (Pty) Ltd

BA (Hons) Business

10

 

Business Administration NQF 1 - 3

2

 

Senior Management Development Programme

6

Engen Petroleum Limited

Diesel Mechanic

101

 

Electrician

5

 

Fitter and Turner

7

 

Instrument Mechanician

7

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 3

7

Environ Skin Care (Pty) Ltd

Work Integrated Learning

8

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 1 – 3

2

Envirosan (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 2;4 Unit Standards

3

Esayidi TVET College

Engineering and Related Design

40

 

Financial Management

10

 

Human Resource Management

10

 

Public Management

10

Eurolab (Pty) Ltd

Business Administration NQF 1 - 3

85

Eveready (Pty) Ltd

Business Administration NQF 1 - 3

1

 

Electrical Engineering

20

 

First Aid Level 1-3

12

 

Forklift Truck

4

 

Internal Auditing Techniques

15

 

Mechanical Engineering

4

 

Mobile Elevating Working Platform

2

 

Overhead Crane

4

 

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standards

16

Evonik Peroxide Africa (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

10

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 – 4

3

 

Process Safety Representative

4

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

2

False Bay TVET College

Engineering and Related Design

90

 

Installation Rules

10

 

NC - Welding Level 2

30

 

Placement for workplace experience

40

Farm-Ag International (Pty) Ltd

ABET 4

30

 

Analytical Chemistry

16

 

Chemical Engineering

2

 

Fitter and Turner

1

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

4

Farmprops 141 (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standards

540

Ferro Industrial Products (Pty) Ltd

ABET 1 - 4

33

 

Analytical Chemistry

5

 

Industrial Engineering

1

 

Polymer Technology

1

FFS Refiners (Pty) Ltd

ABET 3-4

53

 

Analytical Chemistry

3

 

Chemical Engineering

16

 

Electrical Engineering

19

 

Fitter

2

 

NC - Welding Level 3

2

 

Programme based on 6 Unit Standards

1

Fine Chemicals Corporation

Chemical Engineering

54

 

Engineering and Related Design

1

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1;4

8

 

Good Manufacturing Practice

10

 

Management Skills Programme

10

 

NC - Fitting Level 2

5

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

12

First National Battery - A Division of Metindustrial (Pty) Ltd

Application Server Training

29

 

Chemical Engineering

1

 

Electrician

4

 

Fitter and Turner

3

 

Mechanical Engineering

5

 

Manufacturing , Engineering & Related Design Activities

1

First National Battery (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

23

 

Electrical Engineering

3

 

Fitter and Turner

1

 

Mechanical Engineering

2

 

NQF2 Production Technology

1

 

Tool, Jig & Die Making

12

Flavius Mareka TVET College

Chemical Engineering

657

Flint Group (Pty) Ltd

Stock Control

1

Foskor (Pty) Ltd

Electrical Engineering

8

 

Mechanical, Chemical

2

Free State Education Trust

Analytical Chemistry

50

 

Biochemistry

1

 

Biomedical Technology

1

 

Chemical Engineering

1

 

Civil Engineering

1

 

Electrical Engineering

1

 

Environmental Science

3

 

Mechanical Engineering

39

Fresenius Kabi Manufacturing SA

Millwright

2

Fromm Systems Africa (Pty) Ltd

Accounting

1

Fuchs Lubricants (SA) (Pty) Ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

2

Further Education Trade Training

Welder

22

G & W Base & Industrial Minerals (Pty) Limited

Fitter and Turner

6

 

Operations Management

1

 

Production Tech L2

1

Gauteng Office of the Premier

Work Integrated L earning

50

General Energy Systems

Environmental Science

1

Geochem (Pty) Ltd

ABET 4

44

 

Electrical Engineering

4

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 2

21

 

Operations Management

18

Gert Sibande TVET College

Chemical Engineering

379

Gijima Holdings Pty Ltd

Programme based on 4;6&7 Unit Standards

100

Gilbarco AFS (Pty) Ltd

Electrical Engineering

7

 

Technician Workplace Development

1

Givaudan

Bookkeeping

24

 

Business Administration

3

 

Freight Forwarding & Customer Compliance

4

 

Freight Forwarding & Customs Clearance NQF 4

1

 

Generic Management Planning & Scheduling NQF 4

1

 

Generic Management Customer Management NQF 5

1

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

2

 

Production Technology Level 2-3

5

 

Supply Chain Management

1

 

Technical Support NQF 4

3

 

Wholesale & Retail Supervision NQF 4

2

GlaxoSmithKline South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Communication

34

 

Demand Forecasting

1

 

Financial Management

1

 

Human Resource

2

 

Laboratory Analyst

1

 

Accounting

6

 

Marketing

1

 

Operations Management

4

 

Compliance Management

4

 

Pharmacy Intern

4

 

Procurement

4

 

Regulatory Studies Program

2

 

Risk and Compliance

2

 

Pharmaceutical Sales

1

Gold Reef Speciality Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

17

 

Chemical Engineering

5

 

Mechanical Engineering

4

Goldfields TVET College

Boiler Maker

40

 

Electrician

20

Grinding Techniques (Pty) Ltd

Business Practice NQF 1

7

SASOL Group Technology

Electrical Engineering

30

Grove 253 (Pty) Limited t/a Chespak (Pty) Limited

NC - Instrument Mechanician Level 3

1

H&R South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Financial experience

1

H&R South Africa Sales (Pty) Ltd

Marketing experience

1

Hammertone Fuels

Commerce degree

2

 

Diesel Mechanic

1

Hammertone Fuels KZN

National Certificate: Management

1

Heraeus South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Administrative Secretariat

47

 

Analytical Chemistry

29

 

Chemical Process Technology

2

 

Masters of Business Administration

3

 

Millwright

2

 

Skills Development Committee

1

Herbal Homeopathic (Pty) ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1 - 3

24

Hersol Manufacturing Laboratories (Pty) Ltd

Bachelors in Applied Science

63

 

Lead Auditor GMP

2

 

Pharmacist Assistant

1

 

Pharmacist Intern

9

 

Programme based on 2;5 Unit Standards

21

Hitech Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3 

42

 

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standards

22

Holland and Hausberger (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Engineering

1

Hosaf a Division of KAP Diversified Industrial (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Engineering

14

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 3

10

Huntsman P&A Africa (Pty) Ltd

Accounting Assistant

189

 

Analytical Chemistry

1

 

Chemical Engineering

3

 

Electrical Engineering

4

 

Environmental Science

3

 

Fire Fighter

1

 

First Aid

10

 

Forklift

10

 

Gantry Crane

45

 

Human Resource Management

45

 

Instrumentation

2

 

Information Technology

1

 

Health and Safety Management

1

 

Mechanical Engineering

5

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

5

 

Pallet Trolley

6

 

Skills development Committee Support – SDF

15

 

Supply Chain Management

15

 

Trade Union Capacity Building Programme

2

Hydra-Arc (Pty) Limited

Bridging programme to ensure apprentices qualify for trade test

253

 

Pipefitting Level 2

29

 

Welding Level 1 – 3

102

ICI Dulux (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

62

 

BCom Finance

6

 

Chemical Engineering

1

 

Electrician

6

 

Environmental Science

3

 

Fitter and Turner

1

 

HR, Finance , Supply Chain

2

 

Industrial Engineering

3

 

Instrument Mechanician

4

 

Master’s in Business Administration

4

 

Millwright

3

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 3

1

 

Operations Management

10

 

Programme based on 4 Unit Standards

6

Interactive tutor t/a Media Works

ABET 3

20

Intertek Testing Services SA (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

36

 

NC - Electrician Level 3

10

Isegen South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

5

 

Work Integrated Learning Graduate Development programme.

4

Island View Storage Ltd

 

Chemical Engineering

10

 

TVETC - Fitting Level 4

1

 

Master’s in Business Administration

4

 

NC - Electrician Level 3

3

 

NC - Fitting Level 2

1

J Strickland Africa

Programme based on 1-3 Unit Standard

18

Johnson & Johnson (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

77

 

Chemical Engineering

2

 

Electrical Engineering

2

 

First Aid

4

 

Human Resources

17

 

Industrial Engineering

1

 

Intern Finance

2

 

Environmental Management

1

 

ISO 14001 EMS Implementation

1

 

ISO 14001 EMS Internal Auditing

1

 

Occupational Health and Safety

21

 

Programme based on 2-4 Unit Standards

7

 

Safety Management Representatives

3

Johnson & Johnson Medical (Pty) Ltd

NC Pharmaceuticals Sales Rep Level 5

12

Jotun Paints South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Assessor Qualification

27

 

Electrical Engineering

2

 

Moderator Qualification

1

 

NQF3 Manufacturing Engineering

2

 

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standards

18

Kansai Plascon (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

247

 

Automotive Spray Painting

5

 

Chemical Engineering

7

 

Contact Centre Support Level 2

10

 

Electrician

10

 

Fitter and Turner

10

 

Hygiene and Cleaning

35

 

IT Learnerships L4

21

 

Marketing Learnership L4

8

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

42

 

Polymer Technology

30

 

Analytical Chemistry

4

 

Skills Development Committee SDF Training

20

 

Trade Union Capacity Building Programme

25

Karbochem (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

35

 

BSc Horn Applied Science

1

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

13

 

Intern Instrumentation

15

 

Work Experience Process Attendant

5

Kelp Products (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

18

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

8

KZN Oils (Pty) Ltd

Business Administration

17

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

2

 

Programme based on 3 Unit Standards

5

KZN Resins (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 1;2&4 Unit Standards

30

Labchem (Pty) Ltd

Chemical safety Warehouse logistics

2

 

Laboratory Analyst Workshops (L.A.W. 1-4)

1

Lephalale TVET College

Welder - L2 and 3

142

Leps Training Provider cc

Electrician

25

Livinamix Investments (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2

105

 

SP-Workplace

20

M.C.F.I International

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

44

Majuba TVET College

Electrician

30

 

Rigger

10

 

Welder

10

Makgoesha Electrical Services (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

8

Malotane Laboratories

Chemical Engineering

8

Mangosuthu University of Technology

Analytical Chemistry

40

 

Chemical Engineering

20

Mawasha Chemicals cc

Analytical Chemistry

36

 

Chemical Engineering

8

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1;4

10

 

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2-3

13

 

Operations Management

4

Media Works KZN

ABET 3

54

Medpro Pharmaceutica (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

114

 

Operations Management

15

 

Chemical Operations

20

 

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standards

29

Merck (Pty) Ltd

HR Advisor

2

 

NC Pharmaceuticals Sales Rep Level 5

1

Metallica Chemicals

Forklift Training

40

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

16

Metsi Chem International (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

8

 

Water Treatment

4

Mijona International Co. (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

33

 

Machine Operators

3

 

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2

5

 

Operations Management

20

Mnambithi TVET College

Chemical Operations

20

Mpumamanzi Group

Programme based on 4 Unit Standards

5

MSD (Pty) Ltd

NC Automated Packaging Level 3

32

 

NC Pharmaceuticals Sales Rep Level 5

6

 

Stores and Warehouse Management

20

Mthetana Trading & Construction

Electrician

40

 

Mechanical Fitter

30

Multisol South Africa (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 3

5

Nalco Africa

NC Chemical Operations

10

Nampak Glass

Electrician

35

 

Mechanical Fitter

4

 

Programme based on 6 Unit Standards

6

National BioProducts Institute

Analytical Chemistry

29

 

Pharmacist Assistant Level 1 - 4

14

National Screen and Digital Supplies (Cape) Pty Ltd

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standards

10

NCP Alcohols (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

10

 

Biochemistry

1

 

Chemical Engineering

2

 

Electrical Engineering

2

 

Instrument Mechanician

2

 

Mechanical Engineering

1

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

1

NCP Chlorchem (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

21

 

Business Administration

2

 

Chemical Engineering

3

 

Industrial Engineering

1

 

Liquid Penetration Testing L1

2

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

1

 

Operations Management

10

 

Welding Inspection

1

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

Chemical Process Technology

97

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

87

Nestdiv Trading cc

National Certificate: Wholesale and Retail Operations

390

 

Programme based on 2 Unit Standards

230

Newcastle Co-Generation (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standard

1

Nkungumathe Youth Development Forum

Boiler Maker

35

 

Chemical Engineering

15

Nkunzi Pharmaceuticals

Business Administration

7

 

Pharmacist Assistant

5

NTP Radioisotopes SOC Ltd

ABET 2-4

63

 

Analytical Chemistry

6

 

Biomedical Technology

6

 

Chemical Engineering

1

 

Communication Science

6

 

Cost and Management Accounting

2

 

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 4

1

 

Financial Information Systems

4

 

FLC - Operational only 2015-2016

1

 

Good Manufacturing Practices - GMP

4

 

Industrial Engineering

10

 

Information Technology

2

 

Procurement and Supply Chain Management

4

 

Public Relations

1

 

Sales Administration

2

 

Software Engineering

1

Omnia Group (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

354

 

Boiler Maker

1

 

BSC AGRIC and other

24

 

Chemical Engineering

2

 

Civil Engineering

5

 

Employ Chemical contractors

14

 

TVETC - Instrument Mechanician Level 4

1

 

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

36

 

Fitter-Welder

36

 

GETC: Domestic Services Level 1

35

 

GETC: Plant Production Level 1

15

 

HR, Finance and other

15

 

Instrument Mechanician

1

 

MBA, MSc Agric.

24

 

Mechanical Engineering

1

 

Electrician Level 1 – 4

55

 

Programme based on 1; 2 & 7 Unit Standard

61

 

Welder

1

Orion Engineered Carbons (Pty) Ltd

Fitter and Turner

2

 

Instrument Mechanician

1

Oryx Oil South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Financial Management

7

 

Human Resources Management

1

 

Industrial Engineering

1

 

Operations Management

2

 

Supply Administrator

2

Oudtshoorn Municipality

Engineering and Related Design

18

 

Human Resource

3

 

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

5

P and T Technology (Pty) Ltd

Electrician

74

Paintco (Pty) Ltd

Business Administration NQF 4

10

 

Firefighting

1

 

Paint Technologist

7

Permoseal (Pty) Ltd

Accounting

30

 

Analytical Science

1

 

Engineering and Related Design

1

 

NC - Fitting Level 2

3

 

NC - Welding Level 2

1

 

NC Professional Driving Level 3

1

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

10

 

Sales and Marketing (Interns)

10

 

Welder

2

PFG Building Glass a division of PG Group (Pty) Ltd

Electrician

69

 

Fitter-Welder

5

 

Industrial Engineering

3

 

Instrument Mechanician

8

 

Millwright

5

 

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2

3

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

25

Pfizer Laboratories (Pty) Ltd

NC Pharmaceuticals Sales Rep Level 5

2

PG Building Glass Solutions, a division of PG Group (Pty) Ltd

TVETC: Business Administration Services (NQF4)

17

 

Generic Management (NQF5)

5

 

Operations Management

10

PG Glass a division of PG Group (Pty) Ltd

BCom Business Management

45

 

Generic Management - NQF 4 and 5

1

 

Graduates

20

 

Wholesale and Retail Operations (NQF 3)

4

Phakamani Technology College

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

38

 

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

2

Pharma Dynamics

Analytical Chemistry

7

 

Biochemistry

2

 

Marketing Graduate Program

3

Pharma Natura (Pty) Ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

65

 

NC Automated Packaging Level 3

2

PHARMA-Q (Pty) Ltd

ABET 3

28

 

Electrician

4

 

NC - Fitting Level 2

2

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 3

3

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

9

PiCompany South Africa

Boiler Maker

40

 

Electrician

20

Platchem (Pty) Ltd

NQF3 Business Administration Level 3

1

Polokwane Chemical Suppliers

Analytical Chemistry

360

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

110

 

Industrial Engineering

135

 

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2

10

 

NC Laboratory Analyst Level 4

85

 

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

10

Port Elizabeth College

Office Administration

10

Powafix cc

Hazardous Chemical Training

7

 

Accounting

3

 

Spray Painting

2

Prime Cleaning Suppliers cc

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

27

 

Work Integrated Learning

2

Prodec Paints cc

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

25

Prominent Paints

Junior Bookkeeping: Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns

23

 

NC Surface Coatings Level 3

1

 

Operations Management

5

 

Polymer Technology

1

 

Programme based on 1;6 Unit Standards

6

Protea Chemicals a division of Omnia Group (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Engineering

83

 

Professional Drivers

12

 

Electrical Engineering

15

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

3

 

Operations Management

15

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

21

Pure Vmaks (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2

6

Purechem (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

26

 

Chemical Engineering

24

Quality Training & Consulting (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 3

10

Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Ltd

Pharmacist Assistance

1

Reba Chemicals (Pty)Ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

59

 

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2

2

 

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

37

Redpeg (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 2 Unit Standards

100

Regal Products

Assessor Training

31

 

Firefighting

1

 

First Aid

3

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

3

 

Health & Safety

15

 

Lift Truck Driver

2

 

Master’s in Business Administration

6

Rheinmetall Denel Munition (Pty) Ltd

Boiler Maker

79

 

Chemical Engineering

2

 

Electrician

3

 

Explosive Technology

2

 

First Aid Level2

1

 

Fitter and Turner

10

 

Forklift

14

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

10

 

HR Internship

30

 

Master’s in Business Administration

3

 

Toolmaker

1

Ritz Pumps SA (Pty) Ltd

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

1

Roche Products (Pty) Ltd

Engineering

15

 

Medical Sales Rep

12

Rohm and Haas South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Engineering

18

 

Mechanical Engineering

3

 

Operations Management

3

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

2

Rolfes PWM (Pty) Ltd

Biochemistry

1

Royal Adhesive Industries cc

Programme based on 1;2&5 Unit Standards

66

SA Calcium Carbide (Pty) Ltd

Electrical Engineer and Chemical Process

9

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

2

SAFIC (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

8

Saint-Gobain Construction Products SA (Pty) Ltd

ABET 1-3

69

 

Ceiling & Partitioning

3

 

Civil Engineering and Construction

25

 

Environmental Health Specialist

2

 

Graduate Programmes & Practical Experience - Electrical Engineer

1

 

Industrial Engineering

1

Saldanha Bay IDZ Licencing SOC

Mechanical Fitting

190

 

Electrician

50

 

NC - Boilermaking Level 2

10

 

Rigging

20

 

Welder

100

SANACO

NC - Electrician Level 2

20

Sandoz South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Disabled Administration / Business Learnership

8

 

NC Pharmaceuticals Sales Rep Level 5

2

Sasol Mining

ABET 3

370

 

Health and Safety

100

 

Learner Miners - Blasting

170

 

Occupational Health and Safety

20

Sasol Synfuels Operations

Electrical Engineering

599

 

TVETC Chemical Operations Level 4

26

 

Industrial Engineering

124

 

Mechanical Engineering

6

 

Metallurgy

33

 

National Diploma

4

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

202

 

Process Instrumentation

142

 

Programme based on 1;2&4 Unit Standard

34

 

Technician

10

SASOL Sasolburg Operations

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

94

Scientec (Pty) Ltd

Business Administration

87

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

62

Scott Bader (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Engineering

16

 

Chemical Operations/Production

1

 

Master’s in Business Administration

2

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

1

 

Programme based on 1-4 Unit Standards

7

Seal Chemistry (Pty) Ltd

First Aid

29

 

Health & safety

2

 

HIV TRAINING

2

Sealed Air Africa (Pty) Ltd

Business Administration

23

 

Chemical Engineering

1

 

Financial Management

3

 

Human Resources Learnership

3

 

Mechanical Engineering

1

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

2

 

Supply Chain & Procurement Learnership

6

 

Sales & Marketing Learnership

1

 

Work Integrated Learning

5

Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University

Bachelor of Pharmacy

191

 

Industrial Pharmacy Practice

6

 

Polymer Technology

63

Servier Laboratories (Pty) Ltd

Certificate in Business Admin NQF Level 4

56

 

IT Learnership Systems Support NQF L5

4

 

NC Pharmaceuticals Sales Rep Level 5

1

 

Pharmacist Assistant (Manufacturing)

40

 

RPL-PSR Leading to Qualification

1

Servochem (Pty) Ltd

ABET 3

8

Set Point Industrial Technology (Pty) Ltd

ABET 2-4

72

 

Analytical Chemistry

7

 

TVETC - Electrician Level 4

1

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

1

 

Good Laboratory Practice Level 2

9

 

Laboratory Quality Awareness

25

 

NC - Electrician Level 2

2

SHARE Literacy Project

ABET 4

55

 

NASCA - Adult Matric UMALUSI - Operational only 2015-2016

20

Shatterprufe

Chemical Engineering

8

 

Electrical Engineering

2

 

Mechanical Engineering

3

Shell and BP South African Petroleum Refineries (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

261

 

Chemical Engineering

6

 

Electrical Engineering

17

 

Health and Safety Training

21

 

TVETC - Boilermaking Level 4

10

 

TVETC - Electrician Level 4

17

 

TVETC - Fitting Level 1 - 4

21

 

Fitter and Turner

18

 

HR Internship

8

 

Instrument Mechanician

2

 

Mechanical Engineering

29

 

Mechanical Fitter

3

 

NC - Boilermaking Level 3

6

 

NC - Welding Level 3

18

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

51

 

Support Services Internship

22

Shell South Africa Refining (Pty) Ltd

Business Admin NQF Level 3

30

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

20

SI Group South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Accident & Incident Investigation

106

 

Analytical Chemistry

6

 

Basic Fire Fighting

4

 

Chemical Engineering

10

 

Computer Training

4

 

Confined Space Entry

4

 

Dangerous Goods Conveying By Road

5

 

First Aid L1-1;3

4

 

Forklift Recertification

12

 

Dangerous Goods Training

5

 

Hazard and Operability Study

15

 

Hazardous Chemical Substances Handling

1

 

ABET Level 1 – 4

10

 

People Management Development

1

 

Root Cause Analysis Training

5

 

Safe Stacking & Storage

4

 

Skills Development Facilitation

2

 

Stock Counting & Filtration

1

 

Supervisory/Disciplinary

6

 

Weight Check Procedure

1

Sigma-Aldrich (Pty) Ltd

Operations Management

2

Sika SA (Pty) Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2;4

27

Sol Plaatje University

Diploma in Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

10

South African Graduates Development Association (SAGDA)

Work Integrated Learning

20

South African Industry Training Institute

Programme based on 1;2&7 Unit Standards

140

South African Nuclear Corporation SOC

Analytical Chemistry

353

 

Boiler Maker

6

 

Chemical Engineering

12

 

Civil Engineering

13

 

Programme based on 1;2&7 Unit Standards

140

 

Electrician

10

 

Fitter and Turner

26

 

Generic Management

25

 

Industrial Engineering

60

 

Instrument Mechanician

1

 

Work Integrated Learning

5

 

Mechanical Engineering

30

 

Welder

5

South African Petroleum Industry Association

SBM Cadetship Work Integrate Learning

4

South West Gauteng TVET College

Electrical Engineering

15

Sparkle Products cc

Plastics SA

2

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

1

Specpharm Holdings Pty Ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

14

 

Pharmacist Assistant Course

7

Spill Tech (Cape) (Pty) Ltd

Accident & Incident Investigation

20

 

Confined Spaces

5

 

Convey Hazardous / Dangerous Goods by Road

5

 

Safety Representative

5

Spill Tech Gauteng (Pty) Ltd

Accident & Incident Investigation

368

 

Asbestos Removal Supervisor

24

 

Basic Fire Fighting Level 1-2

53

 

Confined Spaces

41

 

Convey Hazardous / Dangerous Goods by Road

70

 

Courier Freight Handling

48

 

Excavation & Shoring

2

 

First Aid Level 1 - 3

3

 

Goods Hoist

23

 

Hand & Portable Tools

4

 

Hira / Risk Assessment

12

 

HIV & Aids Awareness

17

 

Safety Representative

62

Spill Tech Group Services cc

Basic Fire Fighting Level 1-2

15

 

Fall Arrest

5

 

Occupational Health & Safety (OHSAS) & COID

5

Sun Chemical South Africa (Pty) ltd

NC Chemical Operations Level 2-3

11

Symrise (Pty) Ltd

Biochemistry

6

Synexa Life Sciences (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

4

 

Bio-medical forensics sciences

1

 

Human Resource Management

1

 

Medical Virology

1

Syngenta South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Business Practice Level 1

29

 

Electrical Engineering

8

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

4

 

Mechanical Engineering

8

 

Operations Management

6

 

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

2

Synthomer (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Engineering

5

Technical Finishes (Pty) Ltd

Chemical Operations Level 1 – 4

69

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

10

TEKmation (Pty)Ltd

Electrician

43

 

Fitter and Turner

15

 

Instrument Mechanician

13

Terason (Pty) Ltd

Operations Management

1

Tetrafull 1220 cc T/A Rodcon Engineering Services

Welder

5

The Biovac Institute

Analytical Chemistry

7

 

Mechanical Engineering

4

The Petroleum Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa (SOC) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

171

 

Chemical Engineering

1

 

Electrical Engineering

5

 

Electrician

3

 

Engineering and Related Design

27

 

Chemical Operations Level 1 - 4

37

 

Fitter and Turner

15

 

Instrument Mechanician

15

 

Mechanical Engineering

22

 

NC - Rigger Level 3

1

 

Operations Management

15

 

Programme based on 2-3 Unit Standards

7

 

Welding

11

The Sisonke Partnership

Certificate: Accounting Technician NQF3

43

 

TVETC: Accounting Technician NQF4

1

 

TVETC: Business Administration Services NQF4

1

 

TVETC: Human Resources Management and Practices Support NQF4

6

 

TVETC: Pharmacist Assistance NQF4

1

 

TVETC: Project Management NQF4

6

 

GETC: Business Practice NQF1

4

 

NC: Information Technology: Systems Development NQF5

8

 

NC: Information Technology: Systems Support NQF5

1

 

NC: Pharmacist Assistance NQF3

1

The University of Witwatersrand

Chemical Engineering

91

 

Hazardous Materials Technician

1

 

TVET management development

20

 

new venture creation

30

The Valspar (South Africa) Corporation (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

4

 

Chemical Engineering

1

 

Industrial Engineering

2

Thebe Unico (Pty) Ltd

NC Automated Packaging Level 3

10

Thekwini TVET College

Electrical Engineering

10

Tiyani SHEQ Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Electrical Engineering

2

Total SA (Pty) Ltd

Contact Centre Support Level 2

24

 

Mechanical Engineering

10

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

2

Totalgaz Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd

Management Advanced Programme

7

 

Mechanical Engineering

2

Trainrite (Pty) Ltd

Electrician

30

 

Fitter and Turner

10

 

Instrument Mechanician

10

Trilab Support

Electrical Engineering

1

Tshegofentse Facilities & Engineering

Biomedical Technology

14

 

Chemical Engineering

2

 

Programme based on 7 Unit Standards

4

Tshwane North TVET College

TVETC - Electrician Level 4

15

Tshwane University of Technology

Chemical Engineering

1200

UGIS (Pty) Ltd

Civil Engineer

14

 

Civil Engineering and Construction

2

 

Master’s in Business Administration

10

Umfolozi TVET College

Business Administration

125

 

Electrical Engineering

20

 

Engineering and Related Design

10

 

Fitter and Turner

10

 

Instrument Mechanician

10

 

NC - Fitting Level 2

10

 

Programme based on 5 Unit Standards

15

 

Turner

30

 

Welder

10

Unilever-SA

Artisan Apprenticeships

129

 

NC Automated Packaging Level 3

26

 

Technical Operator

10

University of Johannesburg

Biomedical Technology

115

 

Civil Engineering

5

 

Electrical Engineering

25

 

Industrial Engineering

32

 

Mechanical Engineering

24

 

Operations Management

11

University of Limpopo

Transformational Leadership for managers in TVET Colleges of Limpopo

10

University of the Western Cape

Bridging - Maths and Science_2nd Chance

261

 

Facilitating graduation

150

 

Natural Sciences

101

Vitafoam SA a division of KAP Homeware (Pty) Ltd

Electrician

45

 

Fitter and Turner

2

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

3

 

NC Professional Driving Level 3

10

 

Production Technology NQF 3

15

VPK Business Venture (Pty) Ltd

ABET Level 1 - 4

1075

 

Programme based on 1 - 3 Unit Standards

775

West Coast TVET College

Electrical Engineering

67

 

Engineering and Related Design

20

 

Fitter and Turner

9

 

N6 Business Management, Management Assistant, HR Management and Finance Management

5

 

Welder

29

Willard Batteries

Contact Centre Learnership NQF 3

49

 

Electrician

8

 

Fitter and Turner

2

 

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

2

 

Programme based on 1-2 Unit Standards

31

Winthrop Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Ltd

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

30

 

Laboratory Analyst

10

 

NC Chemical Manufacturing Level 2

10

Witmind Engineering Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Electrician

7

 

Programme based on 1 Unit Standard

2

Witon Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

Analytical Chemistry

18

 

Forklift Training

8

 

Masters Business Administration

2

 

NC Chemical Operations Level 2

1

 

Operations Management

4

 

Safety Management

2

World Focus 382 cc

Boiler Maker

29

 

Electrician

7

 

Fitter-Welder

7

 

Mechanical Fitter

6

 

Welder

5

Zeta Laboratories Cc

GETC Chemical Operations Level 1

40

Total

28 504

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DIRECTOR – GENERAL

STATUS:

DATE:

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Dr BE NZIMANDE, MP

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

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