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08 June 2020 - NW680

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(a) Until what date will her department house learners temporarily at The Hill High School and the Sir John Adamson High School in Johannesburg, (b) why was such a temporary arrangement set up, (c)(i) where and (ii) by what date will the learners be permanently placed, (d)(i) what amount has her department budgeted for the temporary arrangement, (ii) over what period and (iii) from which budget has the allocation been made and (e) why are learners from another district being accommodated in the Johannesburg South district?

Reply:

The question was referred to Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) for response.  Please see attached Annexure A for detailed response as received from GDE.  

08 June 2020 - NW855

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)Whether, in light of the fact that her Department has been tasked with identifying potential quarantine sites for the Covid-19 crisis, the identification of private hotels and accommodation facilities as suitable quarantine facilities to supplement her Department’s sites is limited to those already assessed and accredited by the Department of Health; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) why is it only four- and five-star graded establishments that are identified as suitable quarantine facilities; (3) whether, in view of the fact that establishments identified as quarantine facilities may have to be activated at short notice, her Department has concluded any contracts with such establishments; if not, why not; if so, what (a) are the relevant details of the contracts and (b) is the notice period that needs to be observed before persons placed in quarantine may be admitted in such establishments; (4) whether the specified establishments will be allowed to accommodate guests other than quarantined persons; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (5) whether the specified establishments will be required to quarantine persons for the full 14 days, especially repatriated South Africans; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the (a) details of the process that would need to be followed by a quarantined person who has negative test results to be released from quarantine before the 14 days have elapsed and (b) further relevant details in this regard?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1) The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) receives and enters offered facilities by private hotels into a national database. The list is submitted to the Department of Health to conduct an assessment of the facilities in line with its guidelines for quarantine and isolation in relation to COVID 19: Exposure and Infections.

(2) No, not only four- and five-start graded establishments are used. There are hotels lower than four and five-star graded establishments that are offered, assessed and declared suitable quarantine facilities.

(3) The Department concludes agreements with establishments.

(a) Standard service level agreement outlining the obligations of both parties.

(b) There is no notice period. The Department issues a letter of appointment to the establishment upon receipt of confirmation of the number of people that will be quarantined from the Department of International Relations and Cooperation.

(4) The establishment also accommodates staff that will be serving the quarantined people. This includes medical staff.

(5) The DPWI does not decide how long people are required to stay at quarantine and isolation facilities. This decision is the responsibility of the Department of Health.

(a) not applicable

(b) not applicable

08 June 2020 - NW776

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

With reference to the reply of the Minister of Employment and Labour to question 1554 on 13 December 2019, regarding a matter referred to the Public Prosecutor in Kempton Park pertaining to asbestos classrooms at the Chloorkop Primary School, what (a) is the status of the matter, (b) is the case number and (c) was the outcome of the matter after it was finalised?

Reply:

a) The matter was never reported to the SAPS. Instead, the Department of Labour’s file (19005/27 September 2016) was opened as per the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. In terms of the Act, Labour inspectors have the power to investigate certain health and safety issues and after completion, submit their findings to the NPA for a decision to prosecute or not.

The NPA became aware of the case when the Principal of Chloorkop Primary School was summoned by the Department of Labour to appear in court in January 2020 on certain Health and Safety provisions. The prosecution was not satisfied with the readiness of the case for enrolment and declined to enroll it.

b) Consequently, there is no case number.

c) The matter is not finalized, the senior public prosecutor has requested submission of the investigation file for a determination on whether or not to prosecute.

 

08 June 2020 - NW831

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

Whether the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa (IDC) will only allocate COVID-19 funding relief to qualifying entities according to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Act, 2003 (Act No. 53 of 2003), as amended; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) on what statutory grounds will the IDC’s COVID-19 funding relief rely to only allocate such funding to entities according to the specified Act and (b) what form of COVID-19 funding relief will be made available to other entities? [

Reply:

During the Portfolio Committee meeting held on 26 May 2020, I addressed the overall approach by the Department to transformation. In short, transformation of the economy is both a social and economic imperative. The bitter legacy of the past has not been reversed – the process of colonial dispossession took place over more than 300 years and inherited privilege (assets, skills and networks) reproduces itself beyond the removal of apartheid laws. The Constitutional values of human dignity, the achievement of equality and the advancement of human rights and freedoms require active steps for their realisation.

The economy’s long-term growth rate will remain constrained if the level of involvement by tens of millions of citizens, black South Africans, women and young people remains low. The purpose of affirmative processes and laws is to enable this base to be broadened.

In terms of section 3 (c) of the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Act, the IDC has an explicit statutory mandate to promote the economic empowerment of historically disadvantaged communities and persons. This has not meant that the IDC provides funding only to black South Africans, as the Honourable Member well knows. But it does mean that the IDC must give special emphasis on the promotion of broad-based empowerment.

The qualifying criteria for COVID-19 funding are set with the primary consideration to increase the availability of essential critical personal protective equipment products to supply the local market, in order to save lives. Therefore, the funding criteria cater for ALL South African registered businesses that have capacity to supply the critical products, including but not exclusively for B-BBEE companies.

I am advised that the IDC has now approved R535,5m in funding from this envelope, of which R444m are for companies at which black South Africans hold either a controlling stake or have at least 25% equity.

We should be proud of efforts to broaden the base of the economy, promote entrepreneurship and to foster efforts at greater equity in the economy. Financial incentives should of course be only one of a number of elements to support wider levels of entrepreneurship in society in order to achieve these objectives. Transformation is good social policy. It is good economics too. Government has a legislative mandate to promote these measures and during 2019, an overwhelming majority of citizens voted for political parties which supported broad-based empowerment.

 

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08 June 2020 - NW798

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition

(1) What criteria are used to determine which sector of business can become functional at each level of the national lockdown to curb the Covid-19 pandemic; (2) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

Effective, 1 June 2020 the entire country has moved to Alert Level 3, which permits a substantial amount of economic activity.

Each alert level reflects a careful balance between the risk of infection and the readiness of the healthcare system. President Ramaphosa outlined the five levels of the risk-adjusted framework when he addressed the nation on 23 April 2020. As indicated by the President, when he stated:

“Level 5 means that drastic measures are required to contain the spread of the virus to save lives.

Level 4 means that some activity can be allowed to resume subject to extreme precautions required to limit community transmission and outbreaks.

 

Level 3 involves the easing of some restrictions, including on work and social activities, to address a high risk of transmission.

Level 2 involves the further easing of restrictions, but the maintenance of physical distancing and restrictions on some leisure and social activities to prevent a resurgence of the virus.

Level 1 means that most normal activity can resume, with precautions and health guidelines followed at all times.”

When determining which economic activity may be permitted under each of the alert level, Government has considered a number of elements, including, but not limited to:

  • The level of social distancing which can be maintained between co-workers and/or customers during the ordinary course of business;
  • How essential the functioning of the sector is to other businesses, including its export profile and contribution to GDP and jobs
  • Whether the sector performs critical services in the value chain of other economic sectors in South Africa;
  • Whether the sector has been able to develop appropriate health and safety protocols and whether the sector has evidenced preparedness with regards to personal protective equipment;
  • Whether the opening of the sector will result in substantially greater demand for public transport, and whether the sector is able to manage this increased demand by staggering working hours, or providing private transportation options; and
  • The economic impact of re-opening the sector on both the sector itself and the broader economy.

A careful balancing had to be achieved between the legitimate desire of the sectors and investors concerned to reopen as rapidly as possible with the critical consideration of saving lives.

As I indicated in an earlier reply to a Parliamentary Question:

the dtic has been working closely with industry from manufacturing, construction and retail to get updates on infections and to identify solutions which can be rolled out to the industry.

The success of each level proposed, and the allocation of economic sectors in particular levels, is measured by the contribution to containing the spread of the virus and flattening of the curve of infections. Where necessary, changes are made to the extent of economic activity to the wider objectives of saving lives and protecting livelihoods.

The industry classification system was explained at a joint meeting of Parliamentary Committees dealing with Trade, Industry and Competition portfolio, on 1 May 2020, setting out criteria and the application of the three systems in the country moving from Level 5 to Level 4.

Government has engaged with a number of organisations, from business associations, trade unions, political parties, premiers of provinces, individual businesses and religious institutions to receive feedback on the systems and to consider representations on proposed changes.

The incremental opening of certain sectors of the economy is intended to limit the spread of the virus, and to ensure that any spikes in infections can be identified and managed. In addition, it has enabled a greater level of preparedness in society and in the health system than was the case at the start of the pandemic in South Africa.

In the run-up to the decision to move to Level 3, we engaged a number of sectors on these and other relevant considerations and looked too at the aggregate effect of multiple sectors resuming work at the same time. In addition, Government consulted organised Business, Labour and Community representatives at the National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC) which represents big and small business; established and informal enterprises; a wide range of primary, industrial and service sectors; and community organisations.

Where certain economic activities remain restricted during Alert Level 3, Government is actively engaging with some of the sectors to conduct an appropriate risk assessment and develop the necessary health and safety protocols to enable the safe re-opening of the sector.

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08 June 2020 - NW722

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Tarabella - Marchesi, Ms NI to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)  With reference to the various initiatives launched by her department to provide online learning to school learners and tertiary students during the national lockdown to combat the spread of COVID-19, what number of learners residing in(a) urban and (b) rural areas received reliable internet connections in the Republic; (2) what coverage of the curriculum has she found (a) did online learning initiatives manage to cover for each grade and (b) did learners manage to catch up in each case?

Reply:

1)  With reference to the various initiatives launched by her department to provide online learning to school learners and tertiary students during the national lockdown to combat the spread of COVID-19, what number of learners residing in 

(a) urban and (b) rural areas received reliable internet connections in the Republic;

Connectivity is the responsibility of the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT). However, the DCDT and Department of Basic Education (DBE), in collaboration with Mobile Network Operators, have provided zero-rating to almost 200 websites.  These websites provide teachers and learners with educational resources.

(2)  (a) The websites provide CAPS-aligned Curriculum and enrichment content from Early Childhood Development to Grade 12.

(b) Not all learners have access to electronic devices, but learners manage to catch up.    

08 June 2020 - NW914

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Health

(1)Since the start of the lockdown to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, what has been the total number of persons in (a) public and (b) private hospitals, in each province who (i) were treated for hunger-related diseases, (ii) have died due to hunger-related diseases and (iii) are still being treated for hunger-related diseases; (2) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

(1) (a) (i) The District Health Information System (DHIS) only collects nutrition-related data on severe acute malnutrition (SAM) in children under 5 years of age. The DHIS data is available for March and April 2020 and reflects that nationally 991 children were admitted in public hospitals for SAM in March 2020. In comparison 1220 children under 5 were admitted with SAM in March 2019. In April 2020 596 children under 5 were admitted to public hospitals with SAM compared to 1118 in April 2019. These data show that the number of children admitted with SAM were lower in March and April 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. Refer to Annexure 1.

(ii) According to the DHIS in March 2020 there were 83 SAM related deaths in public hospitals while in April 2020 there were 50. In comparison in March 2019 and April 2019 there were 91 SAM related deaths each month. As for SAM admissions, SAM deaths were lower in March and April 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. Refer to Annexure 1.

(iii) The DHIS does record the number of children or adults currently being treated for hunger-related diseases.

(b) The National Department of Health has no data from the private hospitals on number of people treated for hunger-related diseases, died from hunger related diseases or still being treated for hunger-related diseases.

(2) The statement has already been made on this matter.

END.

08 June 2020 - NW677

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

(1) What (a) total number of fuel storage tanks are owned by the Strategic Fuel Fund (SFF), (b) number of the specified storage tanks are in an operational condition and (c) is the volume of the tanks that are (i) in an operational condition and (ii) not in an operational condition; (2) what (a) number of the storage tanks are utilised by the SFF for strategic fuel reserves and (b) is the volume thereof; (3) what (a) number of the storage tanks are leased to other companies and (b) is the volume thereof?

Reply:

(1) (a) 45 Tanks;

(b) 6 Tanks operational;

(c) (i) 45 Million barrels operational;

(ii) 7,8 Million barrels not operational;

(2) (a) 2 tanks;

(b) 15 Million barrels;

(3) (a) 4 tanks;

(b) 30 Million barrels;

08 June 2020 - NW664

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

What number of instances of (a) deaths, (b) segregations, (c) use of mechanical restraints and (d) use of force were reported to the Inspecting Judge as is required by sections 15(2), 30(6), 31(3)(d) and 32(6) of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998, respectively in the past three years?

Reply:

Details are as follows

 

2017/2018

2018/2019

2019/2020

(a)

DEATHS - Section 15 (2)

518

557

528

(b)

SEGREGATION - Section 30 (6)

7694

8063

8204

(c)

USE OF MECHANICAL RESTRAINTS - Section 31 (3) (d)

63

52

67

(d)

USE OF FORCE - Section 32 (6)

690

618

508

TOTAL

8965

9290

9307

END

08 June 2020 - NW876

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Bozzoli, Prof B to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

(1)Whether his department will offer any form of Covid-19 financial or other relief to small businesses; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether the Covid-19 financial or other relief will only be allocated to qualifying small businesses according to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, Act 53 of 2003, as amended; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) on what statutory grounds and/or provisions does he or his department rely to allocate Covid-19 financial or other relief only to small businesses according to the specified Act and (b) what form of Covid-19 financial or other relief, if any, will be made available to other small businesses?

Reply:

1. Yes, the department will offer some form of relief/ assistance.

2. (a) The Covid 19 assistance will be allocated to qualifying businesses in line with the Small-Scale Mining Implementation Framework.

(b) All qualifying small scale mining companies will be assisted.

DDG: MPPP

Date:

Recommended / Not Recommended

Advocate T Mokoena

Director General: Department of Mineral Resources and Energy

………………/………………/2020

Approved/Not Approved

Mr SG Mantashe

Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2020

08 June 2020 - NW883

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Chetty, Mr M to ask the Minister of State Security

(1)Whether her department will offer any form of Covid-19 financial or other relief to small businesses; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether the Covid-19 financial or other relief will only be allocated to qualifying small businesses according to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, Act 53 of 2003, as amended; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) on what statutory grounds and/or provisions does she or her department rely to allocate Covid-19 financial or other relief only to small businesses according to the specified Act and (b) what form of Covid-19 financial or other relief, if any, will be made available to other small businesses?

Reply:

1. No, the Department will not offer any form of Covid-19 financial or other relief to small businesses. It is not within the mandate of the Department to offer any form of Covid-19 financial or other relief to small business.

2. No, there will be no financial or other relief to be allocated. It is not within the mandate of the Department to offer any form of Covid-19 financial or other relief to small business.

08 June 2020 - NW732

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

(1) Whether any payments were made to certain companies (names furnished) in terms of bid number BAC 10/16 for the nuclear new build; if so, (a) what was the amount of each payment made, (b) what value was received from the supplier with regard to each specified payment and (c) from which budget line item and programme was the payment drawn in each year in which a payment was made; (2) what role did certain persons (names furnished) play in the negotiations, implementation and/or facilitation of the specified deal; (3) whether either of the specified persons received any remuneration, commission and/or other fees as a result of the deal; if so, what is the quantum thereof; (4) what are the relevant details of the process that was followed in the awarding of the contract; (5) whether the Auditor-General has made any findings with regard to the specified process that was followed in awarding the contract; if so, what were the findings? NW936E

Reply:

1.  Payments were made to (a) (b)  Central Lake 149 Trading / Empire Technology (Pty) Ltd, no payment were made to (c) Edson power group

  • (i) R 22 800 000 (ii) 01/07/2016
  • (i) R 23 940 000 (ii) 28/09/2017
  • (i) R 51 642 000 (ii)  03/02/2017
  • (i) R 12 500 000  (ii) 19/092019
  • (i) R 51 568 000 (ii) 12/02/2019
  • (i) R 4 275 000  (ii) 26/03/2020
  • (i) R 4 275 000  (ii) 31/03/2020

 (iii)              Programme 5: Nuclear Energy

Responsibility    CD: Nuclear Safety & Technology

                   Objective:          Nuclear Safety & Technology

                  Item:                 CNS: BUS & ADV SER RESE & ADVISORY

2.         The Department does not know the role the certain individual played because the Department participated in terms of Treasury Regulations Section 16A6.6. on the contract which was secured by another organ of State, i.e. Provincial Treasury in Free State

3.         Please refer to response in under 2 above.

 4.         what are the relevant details of the process that was followed in the awarding of the contract;

  • The Department participated in terms of Treasury Regulations Section 16A6.6. on the contract which was secured by another organ of State, i.e. Provincial Treasury in Free State

5.         whether the Auditor-General has made any findings with regard to the specified process that was followed in awarding the contract; if so, what were the findings? NW936E

  • Yes -  The Auditor General raised an audit finding in the 2016/17 financial year

08 June 2020 - NW673

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether he, his department and/or any entity reporting to him received any donation of personal protection equipment since 1 February 2020; if so, in each case, what are the relevant details of (a) the date on which the donation was received, (b) the name of the donor, (c) the monetary value of the donation, (d) the branding that appeared on the donated equipment, including the branding of any political party, and (e)(i) how and (ii) where was the donated equipment distributed?

Reply:

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, as well as the Special Investigating Unit and Legal Aid South Africa have not received any donations of personal protection equipment (PPE) since 1 February 2020.

However, the National Prosecuting Authority has received donations of PPE as follows:

  1. Date of donation: 23 April 2020
  2. Name of donor: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
  3. Total Amount: R40 150.00
  4. No branding on the PPEs
  5. (i) The equipment was donated to Thuthuzela Care Centres (TCCs) through Childline SA and were transported from UNODC offices in Pretoria, via courier service, to 5 provincial offices. The staff at those provincial offices transported the PPEs to the relevant TCCs and Childline offices.

(ii) Distribution to the five (5) provincial offices was as follows:

Office

Physical address (for delivery of goods)

Stock Allocation

KZN Childline National Office

24 Stephen Dlamini Road, Musgrave, Durban, 4001

  • 28 x Boxes of Gloves
  • 14 x Boxes of Masks
  • 15 x Bottles of Sanitisers

North West Childline

31 Retief Street, Potchefstroom 

  • 3 x Boxes of Gloves
  • 4 x Boxes of Masks
  • 4 x Bottles of Sanitisers

Free State Childline

54 Aliwal street, Arboretum, Bloemfontein

  • 3 x Boxes of Gloves
  • 5 x Boxes of Masks
  • 7 x Bottles of Sanitisers

Limpopo: Mankweng Thuthuzela Care Centre

Mankweng Hospital, Houtbosdorp Road, Sovenga, 0727

  • 4 x Boxes of Gloves
  • 4 x Boxes of Masks
  • 7 x Bottles of Sanitisers

Mpumalanga Childline

15 Kremetart Street, West Acres, Nelspruit 1200

  • 2 x Boxes of Gloves
  • 8 x Boxes of Masks
  • 7 x Bottles of Sanitisers

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Price

40 boxes gloves (of 50 pieces each)

R10 200.00

35 boxes of masks (50 pieces each)

R26 250.00

20 Litres of hand sanitiser (40 bottles of 500ml)

R3 700.00

Total

R40 150.00

NOTE: The donation applicable to the NPA is only made to the TCCs. Childline does not fall under the NPA, however, the available distribution figures do not distinguish a further breakdown between TCCs and Childline at provincial level.

08 June 2020 - NW731

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

Whether offenders released on parole or after completion of their sentences will be screened for coronavirus infection; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details of the process that will be followed in testing the specified persons?

Reply:

Offenders released on parole or after completion of their sentences are screened for coronavirus infection in terms of the Departmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the Preparedness, Detection and Response to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

All presumptive and confirmed COVID-19 offenders who are due for parole or release are quarantined and isolated in DCS and parole suspended until confirmed negative.

Should the home environment allow for home quarantine or isolation (based on their individual health status) as determined by the Social Workers in Community Corrections, the offender may be paroled and linked with the District Tracer Teams.

These offenders will be subjected to a pre-release programme which includes information about their health condition (e.g. self-care and prevention measures) and provided with a two (2) months’ supply of medication.

Offenders whose sentences have ended are released and linked with the District Tracer Teams and referred in terms of the departmental health care referral procedures.

END

08 June 2020 - NW611

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Hlengwa, Ms MD to ask the Minister of Health

(1)Whether all government hospitals have been sufficiently and constantly equipped with personal protective equipment (PPE) including (a) masks, (b) gloves, (c) hazmat suits, (d) sanitisers and (e) bleach to deal with COVID-19 infections; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether the Pelonomi Training Hospital in Bloemfontein has been adequately equipped with the specified PPE; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. Government hospitals are constantly equipped with personal protective equipment (PPE) to deal with COVID-19 infections.

Information obtained from National Surveillance Center data as at end May 2020 indicated the following stock on hand at Provinces (reporting compliance at Gauteng has been low). Information is highly dependent on Provincial reporting.

It should be noted that the position can change on a daily basis and although stock may be available it may not be adequate in the long term

PROVINCE

STOCK ON HAND

 

MASKS

GLOVES

SANITISORS/ BLEACH

EC

443,962

796,481

10,934

FS

164,409

404,398

4,385

GP

55,715

23,636

7,258

KZN

2,205,748

5,541,039

991,071

LIMP

619,658

434,745

32,365

MPU

886,321

1,490,271

68,052

NC

57,703

355,844

339,729

NW

342,886

524,507

260,528

WC

2,085,684

5,758,626

17,925

TOTAL

6,862,086

15,302,547

1,732,247

2. Yes, Pelonomi Training Hospital has been adequately equipped with the PPE.

Description for Portal

Product Long Description

SIZE

Unit of Measure (UOM)

Latest Stock-on-Hand as per the indicated UOM

Surgical Gloves - Nitrile

Glove, surgical, sterile, Type 2 (gloves made primarily from nitrile rubber latex, polychloroprene rubber latex, styrene-butadiene rubber solution, styrene-butadiene rubber emulsion or thermoplastic-elastomer solution). Single use, Powder free, One pair (1 left + 1 right) of gloves are folded & packed in a paper wallet. The paper wallet is packed in a plastic pouch which is sealed from all sides. Inner package shall be clearly marked with the size and the designation "left" or "L" or "right" or "R" on the package. Easy donning. To comply with the latest issue of SANS 68
Packaged as pairs in Sterile Packages. Size:6; 6.5; 7; 7.5; 8; 8.5; 9
50 pairs of gloves. Box of 100

6

Pairs

300

   

6.5

Pairs

250

   

7

Pairs

450

   

7.5

Pairs

200

   

8

Pairs

350

   

8.5

Pairs

100

   

9

Pairs

0

Examination Gloves Latex

Glove, examination, non-sterile,type1 (gloves made primarily from natural rubber latex), Single use, Powder free, ambidextrous. SANS 11193-1,
Size: S; M; L & XL
Box of 100 gloves

S

Glove

0

   

M

Glove

20,00

   

L

Glove

19,400

   

XL

Glove

0

Examination Gloves Nitrile

Glove, examiniation, non-sterile, type2 (gloves made primarily from nitrile rubber latex, stryene-butadiene rubber solution, stryene-butadiene rubber emulsion or thermoplastic-elastomer solution) single use, Powder free, Ambidextrous. SANA 11193-1
Size: S; M; L & XL
Box of 100 gloves

S

Glove

0

   

M

Glove

0

   

L

Glove

0

   

XL

Glove

0

General Purpose Gloves

Gloves for general purposes and cleaning

 

Pairs

0

Surgical Mask (Medical)

Mask, face, aseptic: Fluid Resistant, Molded, Blue (3 PLY)

 

Unit

0

Mask Respirator N95

N95 Mask - Respirator

 

Unit

3,305

Mask Respirator KN95/FFP2

KN95 / FFP2 - Mask Respiratior / Dust Mask
Box of 10 Pieces

 

Unit

4,980

Apron

Apron, plastic, full body, single use, no-noise smooth plastic material
Length from neck: not less than 110cm
Width: not less than 65cm
Thickness: 25 micron
Ties length: not less than 50cm
Width: not less than 5cm

 

Unit

0

Eye Protection

Goggles
Good seal with the skin of the face,
Flexible PVC frame to easily fit with all face contours even with pressure, Enclose eyes and the surrounding areas,
Accommodate wearers with glasses,
Clear plastic lenses with fog and scratch resistant treatment

 

Each

76

Visor

Disposable Constructed from high-quality optically clear, distortion-free 7mil polyester film Anti-fog coating Must fit well over spectacles. Foam brow-band fits comfortably against the forehead. Headband/arms to holds visor in place disposable/reusable

 

Each

1,358

Gowns Disposable

Isollation gown
Protective 3- layers of spunbond meltblown spunbound fabric( Top layer of spunbound polypropylene, a middle layer of meltdown polypropylene and a bottom layer of meltdown polypropylene for light fluid contact and contact Isolation, elastic cuff, Tape-tab neck closure, Tie waist, Non Sterile
Dimensions: Large
Length: (from shoulder to hem) 116cm
Sleeve length: (from shoulder to wrist) 56cm
Belt length: 167cm; Belt Width: 5cm; Belt place: (neck to top of belt) 38cm

 

Each

0

Gowns Surgical

Gown, surgical, non-woven polypropylene body+- 54g/m sleeves +- 66g/m. Long sleeves with cuffs. Reinforced in chest and forearm areas. Resistant to liquid penetration. Lint free, non flammable, Bacteria barrier effeciency, to comply with SANS 53795, Compliance certificate to be submitted, Sterile, individual doudle peel packed

 

Each

0

Coveralls

Protective cover bodysuits, disposable
MEDIUM, LARGE, X-LARGE, XX-LARGE, 3X LARGE

M

Each

0

   

L

Each

0

   

XL

Each

0

   

XXL

Each

0

   

3XL

Each

0

Boot Covers

Overshoe, non-woven, single use. To be made from durable, water-repellent, opaque material Seam free under sole. Elasticated opening. Suitable for all size shoes

 

Pairs

20

Digital Thermometer

Digital Body Thermometer INFRARED NON CONTACT

 

Each

0

Saniters

Sanitizer, with not less than 70% alchohol
must comply to WHO-recommended handrub formulations

500ml

Units

23

   

1000ml

Units

0

   

1 litre

Units

0

   

20 litre

Units

0

   

25 litre

Units

10

Disinfectants

 

Sachets

Units

0

Biohazard bags

Bright red colour PP bags are easy to open and are used to dispose used Micro tips, Tubes and other plastic products, made of 60 micron/240 gauge thickness

 

Each

0

Body Bags

Manufactured from 280 micron reinforced PVC, both ends are stitched and sealed to prevent any leakage, there must be 3 handles on each side with a full length curved zip, all handles must be box stitched using Polycotton Corespun Polished 36 Tex thread, and box stitching dimensions are all 4cm x 3cm. The dimensions are as follows: Length: 2.4 METERS Width: 1 METER, Zip: 1.8 METERS, Sizes:(Child, Small, Medium, Large, Extra-large)

 

Each

0

Shoe-string bags

WHO Standards

 

Each

0

Spray Bottles

Spray Bottles

250 ml

Units

0

   

500ml

Units

0

END.

08 June 2020 - NW767

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Health

(1)How often are health care professional staff tested, given that they are front line staff dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic; (2) whether a health care professional may refuse to test a person who wants to be tested; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The health professional staff are not tested routinely except if they have symptoms of Covid-19 or fulfil the criteria of a high-risk exposure with a person who tested positive with Covid-19. They may after seven days of self-isolation be clinically evaluated and tested on day 8 with the possibility of early return to work if they have a negative test and are clinically well. They will continue to be monitored for symptoms till day 14 and are counselled on personal hygiene measures. Health professional staff are monitored daily through symptom screening.

The rationale is that there are not enough test kits and targeted testing is needed. Risk assessments in health care settings, use of public health measures, personal hygiene, training on Covid-19 and personal protective equipment all contribute to a lowered risk of transmission exposure.

2. The health care professional cannot refuse to clinically evaluate and test the person based on the national Department of Health guideline of prioritized testing for patients in hospitals with respiratory conditions as well as health care workers.

END.

08 June 2020 - NW658

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Breytenbach, Adv G to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

(1)(a) On what date was the first infection reported with regard to the outbreak of the COVID-19 infections at the East London Correctional Facility and (b) what number of days after the first patient became symptomatic was the person tested for COVID-19; (2) (a) what are the full relevant details of containment measures that were put in place (i) before and (ii) after the first infection was reported at the East London Correctional Facility, including but not limited to measures aimed at (aa) isolating the infected patient from the prison population, (bb) identifying and isolating the contacts of the first infected patient and (cc) testing of the contacts of the first patient and (b)(i) on what date and (ii) for what period were each of these measures implemented?

Reply:

(1)(a) The first infection was confirmed on 06 April 2020.

(1)(b) From 30 to 31 March 2020 the index official reported sick to the supervisor and was admitted to hospital on 01 April 2020. The index-official was accompanied by two colleagues also working at the same Centre and was tested for COVID-19 on arrival and result were to be available on 04 April 2020. However, the doctor immediately referred the two colleagues as well for self-quarantine pending the outcome of the results of the admitted patient.

(2)(a)(i) The East London Correctional Centre implemented Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for Preparedness, Detention and Response to Coronavirus diseases (COVID-19) as approved by the National Commissioner on 14 March 2020. The SOP was implemented together with the Department’s COVID-19 National Disaster Response and Mitigation Plan for prevention, containment and recovery or re-integration. All officials and offenders, were trained both internally by the Department and the Provincial Department of Health on COVID-19 on how to prevent infection and handle infected cases.

In addition, the Management Area procured Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) in order to prevent the spread of the virus and continued to maintain a virus free environment through proper use of PPEs.

The Management Area COVID-19 response plan was activated resulting in mass screening and testing of both officials and inmates. Identified cells within the correctional centre were utilised to quarantine and isolate presumptive cases during the mass screening. These cells were already identified and prepared for this purpose as required by the SOP. Guest houses and isolation sites were also identified through the assistance of the Department of Health.

(2)(aa) The index official was tested for COVID-19 on 01 April 2020, where the medical doctor immediately referred the two colleagues for self-quarantine pending the outcome of the results. Furthermore, one of the two officials tested positive upon testing and was subsequently isolated. The other colleague who tested negative is back at work after having been quarantined.

The 56 inmates who tested positive for COVID-19 were moved to the other section of the Centre as it is not overcrowded. The following processes in the management of inmates were followed:

  • COVID-19 Response team with clear Roles at all levels (Centre, Area, Regional level) was established;
  • Conducted awareness sessions to all inmates on COVID-19;
  • Continuous screening of all inmates;
  • All inmates with COVID-19 signs and symptoms are identified and referred for testing;
  • Partner Departments (SAPS, DoH, NICD etc) are involved in this process;
  • Presumptive, positive and negative cases are separated and monitored according to the three cohorts;
  • Inmates awaiting COVID-19 results are quarantined / isolated;
  • All positive cases are monitored for complications and referred to secondary hospital for treatment;
  • Vulnerable inmates (i.e above 60, diabetics, HIV positives, TB patients, Asthmatics, cancer patients, pregnant females), are identified, classified and monitored as per risk factors;
  • Isolated/Quarantine inmates are retested for COVID-19 before exit out of quarantine;
  • Psychological, Spiritual care are provided to confirmed inmates;

(2)(bb) The three officials were interviewed in line with Disease Outbreak guidelines of Department of Health to establish places that they visited in order to determine possible point of contamination. Identification and tracing of contacts was done resulting in the testing of 268 inmates of which 56 being positively diagnosed with COVID-19. Furthermore, identified officials on the same shift as the index official were immediately quarantined and 92 officials from Med C, where the index official is working, were tested and 23 were positive including the index patient who recently recovered and has tested negative.

(2)(cc) Contacts of first patient were tested through assistance from Department of Health and National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS) from 08 to 09 April 2020. Subsequent to the tracing, Department of Health initiated mass screening and testing at the Port St Johns area.

(2)(b)(i) Implementation of the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for Preparedness, Detention and Response to Coronavirus diseases (COVID-19) and the Department’s COVID-19 National Disaster Response and Mitigation Plan for prevention, containment and recovery were implemented on 15 March 2020.

(2)(b)(ii) All these measures are still applicable to date as per the availability of NHLS or the Department of Health testing team. The Correctional Centre continues to implement containment and recovery measures while also intensifying prevention measures. The recent date for testing conducted by NHLS was on 24 April 2020.

END

08 June 2020 - NW661

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Health

(1)What number of (a)(i) screenings and (ii) tests has the Government conducted in each municipality to test for the coronavirus disease caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 since 1 January 2020, (b) health professionals have tested positive and (c) persons (i) recovered from and (ii) died as a result of the contraction of COVID-19 in each municipality; (2) what (a) number of COVID-19 mobile testing units have not been delivered to the designated municipalities yet and (b) are the reasons that they have not been delivered in each case; (3) whether any backlog is being experienced in the processing of test samples; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) (a) what number of (i) quarantine and (ii) testing facilities are available in each municipality and (b) where is each specified facility situated?

Reply:

1.(a) (i) The number of screenings as of 1 June 2020 across all 9 provinces in each municipality stands at 20,170,837;

(ii) The numbest of tests as 2 June 2020 across all 9 provinces in each municipality stands at 785,979;

(b) The number of health professionals as of 1 June 2020 that tested positive for COVID-19 is 2,084;

(c) (i) The number of health professionals as of 1 June 2020 that recovered from COVID-19 is 808;

(ii) and that died from COVID-19 is 18.

2. (a) All sixty-seven (67) NHLS mobile testing units have been delivered to all nine provinces. The testing mobile units rotate through the province depending on the schedule determined by the provincial department of health.

(b) Not applicable;

3. The backlog is experienced in the process of test samples due to inadequate supply of extraction kits to perform PCR tests and the high through put test kits for integrated testing platform like GeneXpert and Roche instruments;

4. (a) (i) A total of 136 out of 396 sites have been activated as of 1 June 2020 across all 9 provinces in each municipality;

(ii) testing facilities are available in each municipality;

(b) Refer to the table below

Table 1.

Province

  1. (ii) Laboratory location

(c) Municipality

Eastern Cape

Port Elizabeth Provincial Hospital

Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality

 

Nelson Mandela Academic/Walter Sisulu University

OR Tambo Municipality

 

East London Laboratory, Frere Hospital

Buffalo City Municpality

Free State

Universitas Academic Hospital

Mangaung Metro

 

Pelonomi Hospital

Mangaung Metro

 

Manapo Hospital

Thabo Mofutsanyana

Gauteng

Charlotte Maxeke Johanessburg Academic Hospital

City of Johannesburg Metro

 

Tshwane Academic Division,University of Pretoria

City of Tshwane Metro

 

Dr George Mukhari Hospital

City of Tshwane Metro

 

Tambo Memorial Hospital

Ekurhuleni Metro

 

Braamfontein TB Laboratory

City of Johannesburg Metro

KwaZulu Natal

Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Academic Hospital

Ethikwini Metro

 

Addington Hospital

Ethekwini Metro

Limpopo

Mankweng Provincial Hospital

Polokwane Municipality

 

Polokwane

Polokwane Municipality

Mpumalanga

Rob Ferreira

Mbombela

North West

Tshepong Hospital

Dr KK Municipality

 

Rustenburg Hospital

Bojanala Municipality

Western Cape

Greenpoint

City of Cape Town Metro

 

Groote Schuur Academic Hospital

City of Cape Town Metro

 

Tygerberg Academic Hospital

Belville Municipality

END.

08 June 2020 - NW885

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Chetty, Mr M to ask the Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition

Whether his department will offer any form of Covid-19 financial or other relief to small businesses; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; whether the COVID-19 financial or other relief will only be allocated to qualifying small businesses according to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Act, 2003 (Act No. 53 of 2003), as amended; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) on what statutory grounds and/or provisions does he or his department rely to allocate COVID-19 financial or other relief only to small businesses according to the specified Act and (b) what form of COVID-19 financial or other relief, if any, will be made available to other small businesses? [

Reply:

The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) supported efforts by Government to provide relief to small businesses, in a number of ways. These include

  • Exemptions from certain provisions of the competition legislation to enable small retailers to meet together to discuss engagements with landlords on rental payments and evictions during the period
  • Exemptions from the same competition provisions to enable banks and financial institutions to meet to discuss ways of supporting customers, including small businesses, through among others payment holidays and other measures
  • Partnerships with development finance institutions to provide funding to among others small businesses
  • The issuing of Directions on a number of matters to support clarity and certainty to small businesses, and
  • Facilitating the local production of cloth face-masks by inter alia smaller businesses in the clothing industry.

The dtic mobilised resources for COVID-19 relief funding to support companies that are affected by the pandemic. The funding is implemented in partnership with the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), National Empowerment Fund (NEF) and Small Enterprise Financing Agency (sefa) as an industrial loan facility, to assist manufacturers of identified critical goods to combat the spread of corona virus. Furthermore, the department has granted an extension period for submission of applications and claims to companies affected by the pandemic across various incentive programmes administered by the Industrial Financing Branch.

During the Portfolio Committee meeting held on 26 May 2020, I addressed the overall approach by the Department to transformation. In short, transformation of the economy is both a social and economic imperative. The bitter legacy of the past has not been reversed – the process of colonial dispossession took place over more than 300 years and inherited privilege (assets, skills and networks) reproduces itself beyond the removal of apartheid laws. The Constitutional values of human dignity, the achievement of equality and the advancement of human rights and freedoms require active steps for their realisation.

The goal of economic inclusion remain critical during the pandemic, as a number of smaller, more recently-established businesses owned by black South Africans, may be particularly vulnerable.

The economy’s long-term growth rate will remain constrained if the level of involvement by tens of millions of citizens, black South Africans, women and young people remains low. The purpose of affirmative processes and laws is to enable this base to be broadened and to foster wider levels of enterprise in society.

The funds deployed are available to all South African businesses, subject to the specific mandate of an entity. For example, the NEF provides funding to companies that meet its criteria, as set out in its legislation and policies. The IDC provides funding to black industrialists, in terms of section 3(c) of the Industrial Development Act. Both the IDC and NEF have also provided funding to companies with a mix of shareholding between black and white South Africans.

In addition to these efforts, the Department has also supported efforts to promote greater levels of local procurement, which can boost the participation of small businesses in the economy.

-END-

08 June 2020 - NW917

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Wessels, Mr W to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)Whether his department awarded any tenders connected to the Covid-19 pandemic; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (a) are the names of the businesses to whom these tenders were awarded, (b) are the amounts of each tender awarded and (c) was the service and/or product to be supplied by each business;

Reply:

In accordance with procurement regulations, requests for quotations were sourced in relation to Covid-19 pandemic and the information is indicated in the table below.

(a) Name of the budiness

(b) Amount

(c) Service/ Product

Biologica Pharmaceuticals

R26 650.00

Mask surgical

Tripple N Medical

R2 044.00

Mask surgical

Ekhaya Investments

R11 500.00

Mask cloth

Evergreen Latex

R2 517.20

Gloves surgical and examination natural rubber

Lechoba Medicals

R15 187.50

Hand Sanitizers

Promed Technologies

R2 700.00

Disinfectant surface

Promed Technologies

R3 600.00

Temperature scanners

Multisurge

R4 600.00

Temperature scanners

Recreative Creativity

R27 950.00

Dispenser wipes

Oks iInvestment 2009

R89 700.00

Fumigation/ Building sanitization

Bizmak Trading

R17 000.00

Hand sanitizer dispensers

 

R39 000.00

Hand spray sanitizer

 

R6 000.00

Face shield

(2) Whether there was any deviation from the standard supply chain management procedures in the awarding of the tenders; if so, (a) why and (b) what are the relevant details in each case;

Answer:

There was no deviation from the standard supply chain management procedures.

(3)        What was the reason for which each specified business was awarded the specified tender;

Answer:

No tender was awarded in connection with Covid-19 pandemic. However, businesses awarded through request for quotations met the specifications and their prices were the cheapest from other competitors.

08 June 2020 - NW566

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Gwarube, Ms S to ask the Minister of Health

In view of the need to protect our frontline health personnel from COVID-19 infection, what (a) total amount has his department spent to procure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), (b) is the breakdown in costs of the procured PPE equipment, including, but not limited to (i) face masks, (ii) face shields and (iii) body protection garments and (c)(i) companies are listed as suppliers for his department and (ii) corresponding PPE equipment are the specified companies supplying?

Reply:

The following response is based on the information received from the provinces.

EASTERN CAPE

a) Total amount spent to procure PPE is R 78,771,950.00

b) Breakdown in costs of the procured PPE.

 

 

ITEMS/ COMMODITIES

Amount Spent

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

2 372 295

Masks Surgical/medical

17 282 250

Gloves Examination sterile

23 691 335

Gloves examination non-sterile

19 686 340

Gloves surgical

349 280 

Gowns Disposable

3 570 230

Safety Goggles

703 190

Aprons

105 632

Hand Sanitizers

1 772 725

Disinfectant

7 663 993

Infrared Thermometers

1 574 680

     
 

TOTALS

78 771 950

c) (i) Companies listed as suppliers

(ii) corresponding PPE equipment specified companies supplying

Allenco Medical and Dental Supplies Cc Total

Sanitizers, Surgical Masks

B Braun Medical (Pty) Ltd Total

 

Barrs Pharmaceuticals Industries (Pty) Ltd Total

Sanitizers

Central Medical (Pty) Ltd Total

Aprons

Central Medical (Pty) Ltd (Kzn) Total

Aprons

Dr Temp (Pty) Ltd Total

Thermometer (disposable)

Evergreen Latex (Pty) Ltd Total

Gloves

Lechoba Medical Technologies (Pty) Ltd Total

Masks

Liora Medical Supplies Cc Total

Masks N95

Logan Medical & Surgical (Pty) Ltd Total

Masks/Surgical Gowns

Medical International Orthopaedic Cc Total

Gloves

Medi-Core Technologies (Pty) Ltd Total

Gloves

Medtex (Pty) Ltd Total

Gloves

Multisurge Cc Total

Masks/Gloves/Isolation Gowns

Promed Technologies (Pty) Ltd Total

Surgical Gowns

Quality Medical Supplies (Pty) Ltd Total

Safety Goggles

Royal Fortress Holdings (Pty) Ltd Total

Gloves

Tara Technologies Cc Total

Safety Goggles/Sanitizer/Disinfectant

Unitrade 1032 Cc Total

Masks

Dessert Rose 0305

3-ply surgical masks

Vortex Health

Sanitizers/Hand Soap/ Disinfectant

Sanbonani

Thermometers

Motla Investments

Thermometers

Zuys Enterprise

Heavy duty gloves

Beloved Ventures

Safety Goggles

FREE STATE

a) Total amount spent to procure PPE is R 20,606,539.50

b) Breakdown in costs of the procured PPE

 

ITEMS/ COMMODITIES

Amount Spent

 

   

Masks Surgical/medical

 R 5 739 000.00

Gloves surgical

 R 121 365.00

Gowns Disposable

 R 1 117 500.00

Safety Goggles

 R 388 200.00

Visors

 R 180 000.00

Humidifier bottles

R 279 450.00

Coveralls

 R 3 590 000.00

Hand Sanitizers

 R 2 385 000.00

Disinfectant

 R 5 654 400.00

Body bags

 R 266 660.00

Infrared Thermometers

 R 376 400.00

Toiletries

R 29 175.00

Mattresses-Durafoam

R 479 389.50

 

TOTALS R 20 606 539.50

c) (i) Companies listed as suppliers

(ii) corresponding PPE equipment specified companies supplying

1st Order Placed (26 March 2020)

1. Tara Healthcare

  • Hand Sanitizers
  • Surgical Masks

2. Lechoba Medical Technologies

  • Safety Goggles
  • Coverall

3. Unitrade 1032

  • Visors – Face Shields

4. Supra Healthcare

  • Surgical Gloves

5. Logan Medical and Surgical

  • Isolation Gowns

6. Alframed

  • Digital Thermometers
   

2nd Order Placed (21 April 2020)

1. Imperial Logistics HC 3

2. East Coast Medical Northern Region

3. Barrs Pharmaceuticals Industries

4. FS & NCP Medical Agency

5. Zaahir Concept & Design Projects

6. Kaofela Clothing & Textile

7. Arjo Huntleigh SA

8. Roka Media

  • Surgical Masks
  • Humidifier Bottles
  • Disinfectants
  • Body Bags
  • Gowns
  • Mattress-Durafoam
  • Toiletries

GAUTENG

a) Total amount spent to procure PPE R86 283 902

b) Breakdown in costs of the procured PPE

 

ITEMS/ COMMODITIES

Amount Spent

 

   

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

R 6 674 016

Masks Surgical/medical

R31 464 691,75

Gloves Examination sterile

R184 225

Gloves examination non-sterile

R1 298 357

Gloves surgical

R322 875,90

Gloves general purpose/cleaning

 

Gowns Disposable

R 5 450 053

Safety Goggles

R 520 990

Visors

R 515 819,90

Boot covers

R 150 173

Aprons

R255 000

Coveralls

R 19 843 277,25

Hand Sanitizers

R 19 753 108

Infrared Thermometers

 R 26 317,54

     
 

TOTALS

R86 283 902,44

c) (i) Companies listed as suppliers

(ii) corresponding PPE equipment specified companies supplying

1. Senatla’s Medical Surgical Solutions

Coveralls, Face Shield, Safety Spectacles, Disposable Aprons, Foot Covers, Surgical Masks, Gloves, Sanitizers

2. Be Sure

Sanitizers

3. Dinaane Consulting Services

Surgical Masks, Hand Sanitisers

4. Future Advertising and Medical

Gloves, Surgical  Mask , Masks - FFP2 , Disposable Visors, Goggles, Overshoe 100s, Gloves powder free, Hand Sanitizer, Mask - FFP1, Surgical Gloves

5. Jendza Capital

FFP2 Masks

6. Liora Medical Supplies

Googles, Theater overshoes

7. Opal Sky (Pty) Ltd

Hand Sanitiser

8. Ori Medical Supplier

FFP2 Masks

9. Promed

FFP2 Masks

10. Teeprash Pty Ltd

Surgical gowns

11. Dischem

Infrared Thermometers

12. Babonolo Holdings

Antiseptic Bar Soap

13. Black Renaissance

Mask Surgical 3 ply

14. Bliss Pharmaceuticals (PTY) Ltd

Hand Sanitizer, Mask - 3Ply Face Mask

15. Macduke Trading Projects

Mask ear loop or tie on - surgical  3 ply,  Surgical Gloves

16. Mbuso Medical

Thermometer Digital

17. Nkhane Projects & Supply

Hand Sanitizers, Medical Disposable Coveralls, Disposable Visors, Goggles, Dromex Chemical Gloves

18. Steelwood International (PTY) Ltd t/a Medena

3 ply surgical mask

KWAZULU-NATAL

a) Total amount spent to procure PPE R 205 935 455

b) Breakdown in costs of the procured PPE

ITEMS/ COMMODITIES

Amount Spent

Apron

R4,240

Boot Covers

R22,048

Coveralls

R261,712

Digital Body Thermometer

R22,567,546

Gloves (latex/examination and high risk)

R 4,935,542

Goggles

R 336,260

Isolation Gowns

R 21,095,332

N95 Masks

R 23,737,953

Sanitizer

R 51,062,910

Scrub Suits

R 224,232

Surgical Gowns

R 1,233,437

Surgical Masks

R 76,967,243

Visor / face shield

R 3,487,000

TOTAL

R 205,935,455

c) (i) Companies listed as suppliers

(ii) corresponding PPE equipment specified companies supplying

Access Medical

Surgical Mask

AG Medical

Digital Thermometers

Alframed Pty (Ltd)

Digital Body Thermometer

Andile Ruby Trading

Sanitizer; N95 Mask

BSN Trading

Surgical Mask

Buhle Waste

Biohazard Bag

Community Health

Sanitizer

Cyngatha CC.

Sanitizer

Dart Props

Surgical Mask

EGS

Surgical Mask

Ezamancinza Investments

Surgical Mask

Ezombuso Group

Surgical Mask

Gibela Trade & Investment

Sanitizer

Halyard Health SA

Scrub Suite; Gloves: Cuff-length High Risk; Surgical Gowns; N95

Healthware

Surgical Mask

Inqaba Medical

Surgical Mask

Iphakhade Trading (Pty) Ltd

Surgical Mask; Sanitizer

Ithosi Healthcare Solutions

Surgical Mask

Juba Fly

Particulate Respirator (Mask) N95/FFP2

Lechoba Medical

Isolation Gown; Coveralls

Liamed Medical

Latex Gloves

LionBee Investments (Pty) Ltd

Sanitizer; Isolation Gown

Logan Medical and Surgical Supplies (Pty) Ltd

Sanitizer; Isolation Gowns; Surgical Masks

Mafinikio Capital Investments

Sanitizer

Multisurge Medical

Digital Body Thermometer

National Community Marketing

Sanitizer

Nondlu Consultants

Surgical Masks

NYI Logistics

Surgical Masks

Orap Medical Supplies

Surgical Masks

Petroright LTD

Surgical Masks

Platinum

Surgical Masks

Pro Secure Ltd

Sanitizer

RMA

Particulate Respirator (Mask) N95/FFP2

SA Health

Gloves:

Cuff-length High Risk

Safarmex

Gloves:

Examination (Latex)

Sebenzani Trading

Surgical Mask; Surgical Gown

Steiner Hygiene

Sanitizer

The New Look

Surgical Mask

Unitrade

Visor/ Face-Shield; Coveralls

LIMPOPO

a) Total amount spent to procure PPE R329,674,987

b) Breakdown in costs of the procured PPE

ITEMS/ COMMODITIES

Amount Spent

Body bag

4,263

Boots Rubber Durable

65,218

Cap Theatre Balaclava

160,000

Chlorhexidine

1,799,278

Coveralls

164,925

Dispenser Sanitizer

7,567,347

Dispenser soap

641,687

Face Cloth Mask 2 Ply

1,374,201

Goggles

495,303

Infrared Thermometers

57,700,445

Mask surgical

148,412,012

Overshoes

172,800

Paper Towel

211,687

Sanitizer

109,081,101

Soap Anti-bacterial

27,130

Visor

1,797,590

 

 

Total

329,674,987.00

c) (i) Companies listed as suppliers

(ii) corresponding PPE equipment specified companies supplying

Indlovu Manufacturers

Body bag

Eagles Eyes Suppliers

Boots Rubber Durable

Pienaar Bros

Cap Theatre, Coveralls & overshoes

Tsopane Pharm T/a LennyMed Pharmacy Inc

Chlorhexidine & Mask surgical

Clinipro (Pty) Ltd

Dispenser Sanitizer & sanitizer

Prosecure (Pty) Ltd

Dispenser Sanitizer & sanitizer

Liberer Consulting T/a Laundry Dynamics

Face Cloth Mask 2 Ply

Magaga Ditshwene Trade & General Project

Face Cloth Mask 2 Ply

Mma Maru Pty(Ltd)

Face Cloth Mask 2 Ply

Samsrec Production

Face Cloth Mask 2 Ply

Tsalach Solution (Pty) Ltd

Face Cloth Mask 2 Ply

Khayalamandaba Business Solutions

Goggles

Gigy's Trading (Pty) Ltd

Infrared Thermometers

IVM Chemicals (Pty) Ltd

Infrared Thermometers

Limacon CC

Infrared Thermometers

Lunako Solutions

Infrared Thermometers

Malutend Trading (Pty) Ltd

Infrared Thermometers

Mamello Clinical Solutions

Infrared Thermometers

Manare 5 (Pty) Ltd

Infrared Thermometers

Optics Defined Technology (Pty) Ltd

Infrared Thermometers

Pro Asanta (Pty) Ltd

Infrared Thermometers

Smandi Project Management Cc

Infrared Thermometers

Steelwood Int (Pty) Ltd T/a Medena

Infrared Thermometers

T7 Mash (Pty) Ltd

Infrared Thermometers

Value Chem Medical Group

Infrared Thermometers

AG Medical

Mask surgical

Asitanga Trading & Projects (Pty) Ltd

Mask surgical

Basani IT Solutions

Mask surgical

BD IT Solutions

Mask surgical

Devine Catering & Events (Pty) Ltd

Mask surgical

Enpro Laboratories

Mask surgical

Glen Life Group

Mask surgical

Hipco Trading (Pty) Ltd

Mask surgical

Hudi Medical Equipment

Mask surgical

Kobuhla Engineering Building Services

Mask surgical

Luhura Trading & General Supplies

Mask surgical

Mahika Trading

Mask surgical

Makanama (Pty) Ltd

Mask surgical

Malache Business Solutions

Mask surgical

Maphondo Trading & Projects

Mask surgical

Marothodi Projects

Mask surgical

Masemosi Developers

Mask surgical

Mizana Trading (Pty) Ltd

Mask surgical

Mmapadi Group

Mask surgical

Murunwa Consulting

Mask surgical

North Siders Management Consultant

Mask surgical

RRA Trading

Mask surgical

Sedilaka Projects

Mask surgical

Shilombe Trading (Pty) Ltd

Mask surgical

YNF Engineering

Mask surgical

Mavu-Ashu Civil Construction

Mask surgical & Infrared thermometers

NMM Investment Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Mask surgical & Infrared thermometers

RIHM Media & Marketing (Pty) Ltd

Mask surgical & Infrared thermometers

Tshiamiso Trading 135

Mask surgical & Infrared thermometers

Promed Technologies (Pty) Ltd

Paper Towel

Servest (Pty) Ltd

Soap Anti bacterial

Bapedi Conglomerate Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Visor

Bas Medxpress Cc

Visor

Big O Trading 844 Cc

Visor

Nox Business Trading (Pty) Ltd

Visor

Pat & Josh Business Consultants

Visor

Rebantle Trading & Projects (Pty) Ltd

Visor

Sejala Business Enterprise

Visor

Tendiroli Business Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

Visor

Thinamuthu General Trading

Visor

Tshimangi Accommodation & Cash Loans

Visor

MPUMALANGA

a) Total amount spent to procure PPE R63, 723,000.00

b) Breakdown in costs of the procured PPE

 

 

ITEMS / COMMODITIES

Amount spent

1

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

112,000

2

Masks Surgical/medical

43,212,000

3

Gloves Examination sterile

8,000

4

Gloves examination non-sterile

8,493,000

5

Gloves surgical

142,000

6

Gowns Disposable

451,000

7

Safety Goggles

2,453,000

8

Boot covers

324,000

9

Aprons

250,000

10

Hand Sanitizers

6,918,000

11

Infrared Thermometers

1,359,000

 

Totals

63,722,000

 
  1. Companies listed as suppliers

(ii) corresponding PPE equipment specified companies supplying

  1. Stop Medical

Aprons

  1. BCN Medical

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Biosurge (Pty) Ltd

Boot covers

  1. Bophirima Healthcare

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Central Medical

Aprons

  1. Clinipro

Gloves examination non-sterile & Hand Saniters

  1. Emergency Medical

Gloves Examination sterile & Safety Goggles

  1. Flotenk

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. G-Merv

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Hlalulindzile

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Jaaziel

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Liora Medical

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

  1. Logan Medical

Gowns Disposable

  1. Multisurge

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Nala Medical

Gloves examination non-sterile

  1. Nkabo Waters

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Promed

Gowns Disposable

  1. Quality Medical

Safety Goggles

  1. Resmed

Hand Sanitizers

  1. Vitea Zoe

Infrared thermometer

  1. Pristine

Infrared thermometer

  1. Silver Falls

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Tara Technology

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Uhuruwankha

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Umndeni

Masks Surgical/medical

  1. Unitrade

Hand Sanitizers

NORTHERN CAPE

a) Total amount spent to procure PPE R 24,841,500.00

b) Breakdown in costs of the procured PPE

 

ITEMS/ COMMODITIES

Amount Spent R'000

 

   

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

 1 828 500

Masks Surgical/medical

 6 525 200

Gloves Examination sterile

 

Gloves examination non-sterile

 432 000

Gloves surgical

 

Gloves general purpose/cleaning

 

Gowns Disposable

 13 712 500

Safety Goggles

 555 400

Visors

 75 000

Boot covers

 

Aprons

133 200

Coveralls

 402 900

Hand Sanitizers

 470 000

Disinfectant

 

Biohazard bags

 

Body bags

 

Infrared Thermometers

 706 800

     
 

TOTALS

24 841 500

c) (i) Companies listed as suppliers

(ii) corresponding PPE equipment specified companies supplying

1. DNS Supplies

1000 X 500ml sanitizers and 4000 boxes X 100 gloves

2. CMED Medicals

200 000 surgical masks, 30 000 N95 masks, 5 000 X 500ml sanitizers, 2 000 coveralls, 1 000 goggles, 1 000 face shield, 10 000 gowns, 100 hand gun thermometers

3. Revolt Headboy

240 000 surgical masks

4. Mellow Live

100 000 disposable gowns, 10 000 goggles, 300 infra-red thermometer, 180 000 aprons

NORTH WEST

a) The department has committed R 87,045,585.26 to procure PPE.

b) Breakdown costs of the commitments of the procured PPE

ITEMS/ COMMODITIES

Amount Committed

Apron

R216 950,00

Body Bag

R77 015,90

Boot covers

R230 000,00

Coveralls

R104 650,00

Disinfectant

R4 198 067,00

Gloves Examination non-sterile

R5 459 617,00

Gloves Examination sterile

R869 707,00

Gloves general purpose/cleaning

R75 000,00

Gloves surgical

R3 740 792,76

Goggles

R161 330,00

Gown disposable

R881 603,00

Hand sanitizer

R2 776 979,60

Infrared Thermometer

R6 441 939,60

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

R40 289 169,00

Masks Surgical/medical

R4 990 330,00

Ventilators

R16 479 934,40

Visors

R52 500,00

Grand total

R87 045 585,26

c) (i) Companies listed as suppliers and (ii) corresponding PPE equipment specified companies supplying

(ii) corresponding PPE equipment specified companies supplying

  1. (i) Companies listed as suppliers

Apron plastic yellow

Apron

CENTRAL MEDICAL

Apron plastic light blue

Apron

CENTRAL MEDICAL

Plastic aprons

Apron

Winimed

Plastic apron (100`s)

Apron

MULTISURGE

Plastic apron (100`s)

Apron

CENTRAL MEDICAL

Plastic apron (100`s)

Apron

CENTRAL MEDICAL

Plastic apron (100`s)

Apron

CENTRAL MEDICAL

Protective cover body suit disposable- different size

Body Bag

ALFREHUTCH

Protective cover body suit disposable- different size

Body Bag

ARC Technology (Pty) Ltd

Protective cover body suit disposable- different size

Body Bag

ARC Technology (Pty) Ltd

Protective cover body suit disposable-Non woven med, L, XL, XXL
3X L
polypropylene

Body Bag

ARC Technology (Pty) Ltd

Protective cover body suit disposable- different size

Body Bag

ALFREHUTCH

Overshoes 100`s

Boot covers

MULTISURGE

Overshoes 100`s

Boot covers

MULTISURGE

Disposable coveralls - Medium 1`s

Coveralls

CHEMICAL WORLD

Disposable coveralls - Large 1`s

Coveralls

CHEMICAL WORLD

500ml Jik

Disinfectant

Tumi & Rori construction

Trigger Spray Bottels

Disinfectant

Promed Technologies

Disinfectant 5lt bottle

Disinfectant

TARA HEALTHCARE

 

Disinfectant

 
 

Disinfectant

Red spot trading

CHLORHEXIDINE SOL 4% 500ML WITH PUMP (S/SCRUB) 1'S

Disinfectant

Barrs

CHLORHEXIDINE SOL 4% 500ML WITH PUMP (S/SCRUB) 1'S

Disinfectant

Barrs

CHLORHEXIDINE SOL 4% 500ML WITH PUMP (S/SCRUB) 1'S

Disinfectant

Barrs

CHLORHEXIDINE SOL 4% 500ML WITH PUMP (S/SCRUB) 1'S

Disinfectant

Barrs

Bleach 5l

Disinfectant

E.G.S Investment Solutions

Spray Bottles 250ml

Disinfectant

E.G.S Investment Solutions

Spray Bottles 500ml

Disinfectant

E.G.S Investment Solutions

BOTTLE SPRAY CAP

Disinfectant

OFENTSE'S PROMOTION DISTRIBUTIONS

Disinfactant hand soap

Disinfectant

Remorabaji

Liquid hand soap

Disinfectant

Remorabaji

Hand wipes-anti bacteria

Disinfectant

Remorabaji

Bio Scrub

Disinfectant

Remorabaji

Non-sterile Examination Gloves

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Cherish Life

Non-sterile gloves

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Promed Technologies

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Small Non-sterile

Gloves Examination non-sterile

PROMED

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Small Non-sterile

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Mutsh medical international

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Small Non-sterile

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Rachis Projects

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Small Non-sterile

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Evergreen

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Small Non-sterile

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Evergreen

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Medium non-sterile

Gloves Examination non-sterile

PROMED

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Medium non-sterile

Gloves Examination non-sterile

PROMED

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Medium non-sterile

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Rachis Projects

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Medium non-sterile

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Mutsh medical international

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Large

Gloves Examination non-sterile

PROMED

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Large

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Rachis Projects

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Large

Gloves Examination non-sterile

PROMED

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Large

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Evergreen

Examination gloves TYPE 1 Large

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Mutsh medical international

Heavy duty gloves medium red

Gloves Examination non-sterile

STEPAHEAD MANUFACTURING

Gumboots size 6

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Emergency hospital suppliers

Gumboots size 7

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Emergency hospital suppliers

Gumboots size 8

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Emergency hospital suppliers

Isolation gown - Medium

Gloves Examination non-sterile

GENESIS PHARMACEUTICALS

Isolation gown - Medium

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Plan B trolley engineering and operation

Isolation gown - small

Gloves Examination non-sterile

GENESIS PHARMACEUTICALS

Isolation gown - small

Gloves Examination non-sterile

Plan B trolley engineering and operation

Heavy duty gloves large red

Gloves Examination non-sterile

STEPAHEAD MANUFACTURING

Sterile Surgical Latex Gloves, different sizes

Gloves Examination sterile

Liora Medical Supplies

Sterile Med gloves

Gloves Examination sterile

Evergreen Latex CC

Elbow extender sterile gloves

Gloves Examination sterile

Evergreen Latex CC

Elbow reach sterile gloves Medium & L

Gloves Examination sterile

Evergreen Latex CC

Non-sterile Examination Gloves

Gloves Examination sterile

Winimed

Sterile and powder free surgical gloves

Gloves Examination sterile

Medtex

Examination gloves small

Gloves general purpose/cleaning

E.G.S Investment Solutions

Examination gloves medium

Gloves general purpose/cleaning

E.G.S Investment Solutions

Examination gloves large

Gloves general purpose/cleaning

E.G.S Investment Solutions

Surgical gloves size 6 to 8

Gloves surgical

Evergreen Latex CC

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Large

Gloves surgical

Access

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Large

Gloves surgical

Supra

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Large

Gloves surgical

Medtex

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Large

Gloves surgical

PROMED

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Large

Gloves surgical

Medi-Core

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Medium

Gloves surgical

Access

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Medium

Gloves surgical

Access

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Medium

Gloves surgical

Supra

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Small

Gloves surgical

Access

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Small

Gloves surgical

Supra

Examination gloves TYPE 2 Small

Gloves surgical

Supra

Surgical gloves size 8 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Surgical gloves size 8 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Surgical gloves size 6.5 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Surgical gloves size 6.5 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Meze Bussiness trading

Surgical gloves size 6.5 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Full face mask with eye protection

Gloves surgical

Allenco

Full face mask with eye protection

Gloves surgical

Allenco

Full face mask with eye protection

Gloves surgical

Allenco

Surgical gloves size 7 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Surgical gloves size 7 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Surgical gloves size 7 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Surgical gloves size 7.5 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Surgical gloves size 7.5 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Surgical gloves size 7.5 packs of 50`s

Gloves surgical

Evergreen

Surgical gloves , hypoallergic , sterile size 7

Gloves surgical

Medtex

Surgical gloves , hypoallergic , sterile size 7

Gloves surgical

Medtex

Surgical gloves , hypoallergic , sterile size 7

Gloves surgical

Supra

Safety goggles 1`s

Goggles

LECHOBA

Goggles- good seal with skin of the face

Goggles

ARC Technology (Pty) Ltd

Visitor disposable constructed high quality optically clear.

Goggles

ARC Technology (Pty) Ltd

Google flexible PVC

Goggles

TARA HEALTHCARE

Gown surgical long sleeves with cuffs

Gown disposable

Promed Technologies

Isolation gown X-large

Gown disposable

Lechaba Medical Supplies

Isolation gown

Gown disposable

ALFREHUTCH

Isolation gown- large

Gown disposable

GENESIS PHARMACEUTICALS

Isolation gown- large

Gown disposable

Plan B trolley engineering and operation

Water less hand sanitizers 70%

Hand sanitizer

Bareki Itumeleng Suppliers and Projects

Water less hand sanitizers 70%

Hand sanitizer

Selcas Trading PTY Ltd

Medical hand sanitizer 70% alcohol 500ml

Hand sanitizer

TARA HEALTHCARE

Hand sanitizer 5l

Hand sanitizer

E.G.S Investment Solutions

Hand sanitizer 20l

Hand sanitizer

E.G.S Investment Solutions

500ml gel hand sanitizer

Hand sanitizer

Remorabaji

Chlorhexidine in alcohol green hand disinfectant

Hand sanitizer

Barrs

Chlorhexidine in alcohol green hand disinfectant

Hand sanitizer

Barrs

Chlorhexidine in alcohol green hand disinfectant

Hand sanitizer

Barrs

Chlorhexidine in alcohol green hand disinfectant

Hand sanitizer

Biotech

Handsanitizer (alcohol based ) 500ml

Hand sanitizer

LOGAN MEDICAL

Handsanitizer (alcohol based ) 500ml

Hand sanitizer

Red spot trading

Sanitizer 70% alcohol 25 liters

Hand sanitizer

Red spot trading

Sanitizer 70% alcohol 25 liters

Hand sanitizer

Red spot trading

Digital body thermometer

Infrared Thermometer

TARA HEALTHCARE

Digital thermometer infrared non contact

Infrared Thermometer

MULTISURGE (Pty) Ltd

Thermometer Electronic temporal artery temprature measure 3cm away from forehead

Infrared Thermometer

Sambonani Holding

THERMOMETERS CLINICAL NON-MERCURYS ORAL & AUXILLARY 1'S

Infrared Thermometer

Dr Temp

THERMOMETERS CLINICAL NON-MERCURYS ORAL & AUXILLARY 1'S

Infrared Thermometer

Dr Temp

THERMOMETERS CLINICAL NON-MERCURYS ORAL & AUXILLARY 1'S

Infrared Thermometer

Dr Temp

THERMOMETERS CLINICAL NON-MERCURYS ORAL & AUXILLARY 1'S

Infrared Thermometer

Dr Temp

THERMOMETERS CLINICAL NON-MERCURYS ORAL & AUXILLARY 1'S

Infrared Thermometer

Dr Temp

THERMOMETER NON-MERCURY SEMI - DISPOSABLE E 100'S

Infrared Thermometer

Dr Temp

THERMOMETER NON-MERCURY SEMI - DISPOSABLE E 100'S

Infrared Thermometer

Dr Temp

THERMOMETER NON-MERCURY SEMI - DISPOSABLE E 100'S

Infrared Thermometer

Dr Temp

Infrared Thermometer

Infrared Thermometer

Sanbonani

Infrared Thermometer

Infrared Thermometer

Sanbonani

N95 - size small

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

LECHOBA

N95 - size small

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

Allenco

N95 - size small

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

Liora

N95 - size small

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

QUALITY MEDICAL SUPPLIES

3-Ply Masks

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

Meddreg Technology

3-Ply Masks

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

Multisurge PTY Ltd

3-Ply Masks

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

Sooliman's Retail Enterprise

3-Ply Masks

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

Sooliman's Retail Enterprise

N95 Masks

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

Lechaba Medical Supplies

N95 Masks

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

ALFREHUTCH

Filtering half mask

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

LIORA Med. Supplies

Particulate filtering mask disposable N95 S,M & L

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

Quality Medical Supplies

N95 Masks

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

E.G.S Investment Solutions

Face mask with loops 50`s

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

LOGAN MEDICAL

Face mask with loops 50`s

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

Medi-Core

Face mask with loops 50`s

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

GENESIS PHARMACEUTICALS

Face mask with loops 50`s

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

KHUABO HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD

N95 - Mask medium 1`s

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

LECHOBA

N95 - Mask large 1`s

Masks Respirator N95/FFP2/KN95

LECHOBA

Mask surgical face

Masks Surgical/medical

Chemical Medical

Mask surgical face with eye shield

Masks Surgical/medical

ALLENCO MEDICAL & DENTAL SUPPLIES

Surgical mask

Masks Surgical/medical

E.G.S Investment Solutions

Surgical mask tie-backs

Masks Surgical/medical

Allenco

Surgical mask tie-backs

Masks Surgical/medical

MULTISURGE

Ventilators

Ventilators

Draggler

Disposabel Visors

Visors

Evergreen Latex CC

WESTERN CAPE

a) Total amount spent to procure PPE

(i) Orders placed as at end March 2020 R115 304 818

(ii) Of which R15 952 162 had been received and invoiced

(b) Breakdown in costs of the procured PPE

  1. (i) and (ii) Suppliers with corresponding PPE supplying