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Mphithi, Mr L to ask the Minister in The Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities

(a)What is the total number of young entrepreneurs who benefitted from the Youth Micro Enterprise Relief Fund and (b) will she furnish Mr L Mphithi with (i) a detailed breakdown of each company that benefitted and (ii) the date of each disbursement

Reply:

a) To date, 1027 young entrepreneurs have benefitted.            

b) (i) Detailed breakdown with each company attached in table below as Column C

(ii) Date of disbursement indicated in table below as Column E

No.

Beneficiary Name

Business Name

(Column C)

Branch

Payment Date (Column E)

Amount Paid

1

Nokuphiwo Nyekemba

Proactive Unique Solutions

Cape Town

03/06/2020

R10,000.00

2

Abel Chigwana Mthombeni

SIMUNYE COURT

Secunda

07/05/2020

R10,000.00

3

Abel Pebe

Molale Pebe Inc

Rustenberg

06/07/2020

R10,000.00

4

Adolph Selane

The Generations Impactor (PTY) LTD

Tzaneen

06/07/2020

R10,000.00

5

Adrian Melchus Thurston

Azandro Connect (PTY) Ltd

Durban

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

6

Akhona Bloro

Bloro Auto Care Pty Ltd

Cape Town

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

7

Akhona Sankqela

Kuyasa Accounting

PORT ELIZABETH

27/05/2020

R9,505.25

8

Alias Maphanga

Tshwane Music Production

TSHWANE

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

9

Alsonia Duroy

Indulgence exclusive (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

10

Aluwani Nengovhela

Agroz Scenery and General Supply (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

11

Amanda Mhlanga

Ruff Print (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

24/07/2020

R10,000.00

12

Amanda Notyena

Amanda Knots Trading

Port Elizabeth

20/06/2020

R10,000.00

13

Amukelani Mthombeni

SMPG Trading Enterprise (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

23/07/2020

R6,250.00

14

Anam Mihlali Mzwakali

Nakusasa Fitment Centre

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

15

Anas Shaikh

SRJ Trading Enterprise

Mahikeng

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

16

Anathi Khatywa

Khatywa Enterprises

Cape Town

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

17

Andile Mncwabe

Ma Andi Ka Luthando (PTY)LTD

Durban

18/05/2020

R9,000.00

18

Andile Mthembu

Phinduvuke Car Rental

Durban

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

19

Andrew Masela

MTEN Projects (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

20

Anele Dloto

Tinashe Media

PORT ELIZABETH

29/06/2020

R6,401.00

21

Anele Duma

Anele Creations Pty LTD

East London

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

22

Anelisa Maci-Salukazana

Namhlanje Driving School (PTY) LTD

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

23

Aphumelele Ndukwana

Kamva-elihle bricks Primary

Alfred Nzo

06/07/2020

R10,000.00

24

Arnold Gumede

Lethu Business Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Durban

18/07/2020

R8,000.00

25

Arthur Sithole

ELOHTIS MEDIA (PTY) LTD

Secunda

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

26

Asanda Mqikela

Ankh Media

Johannesburg

18/08/2020

R8,000.00

27

Asiphe Malla

Aluta Education and Training Services

East London

20/06/2020

R6,895.00

28

Asivhanzhi Mamphwe

Stable Vie Agricultural Primary Cooperative Limited

Thulamela

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

29

Autumn Jade Liedeman

Autumn Jade Trading

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R7,550.00

30

Aviwe Mbiko

Ubuntu ngabantu Media Pty LTD

Alfred Nzo

29/06/2020

R7,000.00

31

AYANDA MATEISI

AYANDA CLOTHING SUPPLIER

MTHATHA

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

32

Aziza Japie

Precision General Maintenance and Construction (PTY)LTD

Cape Town

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

33

Baablwa Xuma

BZL Professional Accountants

Port Elizabeth

03/09/2020

R9,079.00

34

Babalwa Magalela

Bathing Babe

Cape Town

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

35

Bathabile Sambo

Kwami Catering (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

27/05/2020

R9,000.00

36

Bathandwa Xhaso

Liyaxhasa Trading

Alfred Nzo

15/07/2020

R9,700.00

37

Baxolele Ntloko

Royal Fam PTY LTD

Kimberley

03/06/2020

R8,670.65

38

Bazil Mdaka

MDK Appointments

Johannesburg

06/05/2020

R8,873.25

39

Benice Lucinda Ruiters

CHEVAL TRADING(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R9,500.00

40

Bethuel Jido Zunguza

INDONI YAMANZI

Secunda

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

41

Beuron Bosman

Sweet Bloom

East London

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

42

Bevan Luther Gericke

Gericke Trading

Cape Town

04/07/2020

R8,000.00

43

Bhuti David Nkosi

KHUTSALA GROUP(PTY)LTD

Secunda

16/05/2020

R10,000.00

44

BLOSE MBUSO

sinakhokonke tours

Richards bay

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

45

Boitumelo Titus

Bala Boxed Pty Ltd

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

46

Bongani Charles Msimango

Maxaca Printers CC

Mbombela

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

47

Bongani Innicias Makhubu

MASS MOVEMENT HOLDINGS

Secunda

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

48

Bongani Mdutyana

Mdutyana Consulting

Durban

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

49

Bongani Olvin Moko

Moko Originals
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

19/08/2020

R3,500.00

50

Bongani Radebe

KENOSIS BEAUTY INSTITUTE

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R10,000.00

51

Bonginkosi Goodness Nkosi

BONGINKOSI G NKOSI

Secunda

01/06/2020

R8,678.00

52

Bonginkosi Ntila

Anonimo Apparel (PTY) Ltd

TSHWANE

14/05/2020

R10,000.00

53

Bonginkosi Treasure Buthelezi

NGENGELELE CONSTRUCTION

Secunda

29/06/2020

R9,149.99

54

Bongiwe Gxothiswa

Richard and Sons

Sedibeng

20/05/2020

R7,500.00

55

Bonisile Fortunate Shongwe

LAMATSAMO HOLDINGS

Secunda

29/06/2020

R9,000.00

56

Botha, Michael Johannes Christiaan

You Are Worthy

Cape Town

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

57

Bulelani Tembe

Abiezer Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

Polokwane

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

58

Buntu Bara

Ikwelo Development Projects

East London

15/07/2020

R9,500.00

59

Calvin Motsiri

Motsi Enterprise and Projects

Sedibeng

19/08/2020

R9,000.00

60

Cammeron Collins

DOCUMENT AND DATA SHREDDING TECHNOLOGIE

Johannesburg

06/05/2020

R9,842.50

61

Candance Shaina Letitia Paarwater

Candys Candy

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

62

Carien Smith

Carien Smith Biokineticist

Mahikeng

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

63

Cebo Mzize

MCTM Communication Pty LTD

Alfred Nzo

06/07/2020

R9,900.00

64

Chad Rhuaidri De Koker

DK Project Enterprise

Bloemfontein

24/07/2020

R10,000.00

65

Chantel Lizette Louw

Chants Body Works Health and Beauty

Cape Town

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

66

Chantley Van Niekerk

Vans Express Pty Ltd

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

67

Charl Francoise Pietersen

CAW Nation

Cape Town

13/08/2020

R5,000.00

68

Charles Vhengani

Brightz Outsorcing

Thulamela

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

69

Cheslin Andre John Esau

E Chesi Holdings

Cape Town

04/06/2020

R10,000.00

70

Chesly Silaule
&
Ndhlovu Pal

Digitalized Art
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

14/08/2020

R7,500.00

71

Christopher Paul Joseph

The Donut Workshop

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

72

Christopho Mzwabantu Mayiti

Deep Settle Design Studio

Cape Town

18/07/2020

R9,800.00

73

Chuma Lazola Keme

LAS ARTIST MANAGEMENT

Johannesburg

06/08/2020

R3,500.00

74

Cindy Bidla

FISC Enterprise PTY LTD

Alfred Nzo

23/06/2020

R9,800.00

75

Cinga Sikwebu

Imbali Yam Designs

East London

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

76

CLAUDIA ADKINS

SIGNS AT BEST

MTHATHA

22/05/2020

R9,000.00

77

Clement Sekoati

Clementechnologies

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

78

Collen Thabo Skosana

Jalis Enterprise (pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

25/05/2020

R8,420.00

79

Collen Wisema Msibi

Mathematics Excelling Academy
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

15/07/2020

R8,800.00

80

Cwayita Kelanga

KALENGA CONSULTING

Johannesburg

06/05/2020

R10,000.00

81

Cynthia Oliphant

Cynoli Trading Pty Ltd

Kimberley

03/07/2020

R4,004.00

82

Dana Lewis

Dana Lewis

Cape Town

20/06/2020

R10,000.00

83

Daniel Marcus Stewart

Point Media (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

26/08/2020

R2,565.00

84

Daniel Masego Thabeng

Thabeng Projects (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

22/08/2020

R9,587.59

85

Danielle Natasha Lategan

Danielles Hairsalon

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

86

David Maema

Abidadeep Entertainment (Pty) Lts

Waterberg

27/05/2020

R4,359.35

87

Dembe Tshivhase

Wid Trading Enterprise and Suppliers (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

88

Desmond Kubjane

Levi Holdings

Polokwane

05/08/2020

R4,500.00

89

Dikgang Prosper Tebane

Hluphi tyres(Pty) Ltd

Bushbuckridge District

16/05/2020

R10,000.00

90

Dineo Rakumakoe

Itshekeng Bicycle and Tours

TSHWANE

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

91

Divhani Makuya

Baobab Youth Cabs (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

23/07/2020

R6,000.00

92

Dlozi Zacheus Msibi

MSIBI MEDIA GROUP

Secunda

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

93

Donald Lesufi

PRIDON HOLDINGS (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R4,300.00

94

Duduzile Sibisi

Sibisi Optometrists (Pty)Ltd

Newcastle

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

95

Dumisani Shabalala

Ludonga Consulting

Johannesburg

18/08/2020

R6,634.00

96

E Nchabeng

ELLIES BEAUTY GROUP

WestRand

19/05/2020

R8,500.00

97

Edith Maja

Best Enough Accountants and Tax Practitioners

Polokwane

28/07/2020

R3,500.00

98

Eileen Lange

Bella Vita Events

Cape Town

03/07/2020

R9,500.00

99

Elizabeth Letsoalo

MASODI ORGANICS

Johannesburg

06/05/2020

R10,000.00

100

Eloise Kamineth

Eloise Kamineth Consulting Pty Ltd

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

101

Emmanuel Bonoko

EB Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R10,000.00

102

Eon Rayton Martins

TUSANANG PLUMBING SERVICE (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R10,000.00

103

Ethian Brink

Brink Enterprises (Pty)Ltd

Kimberley

24/07/2020

R8,900.00

104

Eugene Ngixi

EM Financial Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Vryburg

29/06/2020

R8,501.10

105

Eulanda Latani Mudau

ELMMAC

Durban

29/06/2020

R7,869.00

106

Eulenda Dudu Sambo

Eullydoll Designs and Screen Printing (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

107

Eunice Lungile Khoza

Aludon Branding (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

04/07/2020

R3,684.00

108

Eunice Machoene Lekoloane

THE RANGE FLORAL BOON (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

109

Evan de Silver

Oudre Productions (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

29/05/2020

R9,400.00

110

Evans Zemba

Wic Designs

Port Elizabeth

29/06/2020

R5,500.00

111

Evert Panji Malijani

E and J Major

Cape Town

04/06/2020

R10,000.00

112

Faith Lillian Theledi

TUELO HOLDINGS(PTY)LTD

Secunda

22/05/2020

R7,750.00

113

Fanelwe Mnguni

Chosen by Fitness

Richards Bay

22/07/2020

R9,000.00

114

Fani NKUNA

Xihontlovila Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Tzaneen

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

115

Felix Maponga

Felix Maponga Empires

WestRand

08/08/2020

R6,500.00

116

Fhulufhelo Mushanganyisi

Mushanganyisi Holdings (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

06/07/2020

R7,000.00

117

Fhumulani Erdman Nevhulaudzi

Erdman Trading and Projects(Pty) Ltd

Thulamela

18/07/2020

R7,000.00

118

Franklyn Feris

New Sinatra Creation (pty) ltd

Kimberley

25/06/2020

R8,000.00

119

Frans Malatjie

The Connector Media Communication

Polokwane

28/07/2020

R10,000.00

120

Fred Kgwele

Ditshetlha pty ltd

Waterberg

08/07/2020

R9,843.00

121

FRIDAH SHEILA Mogale

LEBONE ACCOUNTANTS PTY LTD

Groblersdal District

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

122

Fumani Trevor Chuma

The Santiago (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

19/05/2020

R10,000.00

123

Gavilon Dean Basson

Basson Martin Group

Cape Town

08/08/2020

R5,800.00

124

Gcina Madonsela

Business Runway (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R8,500.00

125

Gerald Aphane

GERALD DUMZA APHANE MOTIVATIONAL CONSULTING

TSHWANE

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

126

Gershwin Nathan Winger

NGW Construction

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R5,500.00

127

Given Sikhasimbe

SEKHASIMBE CONSIENTIOUS COMPANY

TSHWANE

25/06/2020

R10,000.00

128

Gloria Phakathi

GLO MO SOLUTIONS

Johannesburg

06/05/2020

R9,300.00

129

Grant Malcolm Edmond

Colourful Accounting

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R10,000.00

130

Happy Precious Hlophe

EZOMPHAKATHI NEWS

Secunda

22/05/2020

R9,580.00

131

Heloise Herling

Snap Effect Photography

Cape Town

18/05/2020

R7,430.87

132

Hendri Viviers Meyer

Forza Sports International

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R5,000.00

133

Henry ThatMangwato

RHTM Business Solutions

Ekurhuleni

24/07/2020

R7,000.00

134

HLANGA DIKENI

SIMILO CONSULTING

MTHATHA

04/09/2020

R10,000.00

135

Hletela Mashiyi

Xalamuka built Environment

PORT ELIZABETH

25/05/2020

R8,000.00

136

Hlupeho Khomo

Hlupza Digital Media

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R8,453.00

137

Idah Sister Nkosi

Palintando Pty Ltd

Sedibeng

15/07/2020

R7,000.00

138

Ike Lekgoro

Come Again Holdings (PTY) LTD

Groblersdal District

16/05/2020

R6,212.21

139

Illona Februarie

Parkside Guesthouse

Cape Town

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

140

Innocent Baloyi

Inno Car Service Zone

Sedibeng

19/08/2020

R9,000.00

141

Innocent Biyela

Africa on Board

Ekurhuleni

08/08/2020

R3,500.00

142

Irvin Modikwe Makinta

Bokamosocs (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R6,305.22

143

Isaiah Mapheto

MAKUT 27 SEVICES AND PROJECTS

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R3,500.00

144

Ithabeleng Letlotlo Khathali

Makalane Trading

Alfred Nzo

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

145

Izwelethu Bonaventura Ngobeni

Nwamadanci Trading

Bushbuckridge District

18/05/2020

R9,994.00

146

Jabulani Ngcobo

Decibel and Hertz (PTY) Ltd

Durban

18/05/2020

R7,500.00

147

Jabulile Digashu

Deevine Florist (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

19/05/2020

R6,000.00

148

Jabulile Mkhwanazi

Mellow Beauty spa (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

28/05/2020

R9,000.00

149

Jacob Morerwa

Oracle Health (Pty) Ltd

Waterberg

27/05/2020

R7,800.00

150

Jacques Tredoux

BAIA FORMOSA TRADING CC

Cape Town

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

151

Jade Wyngaardt

Click Africa Digital (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

28/07/2020

R10,000.00

152

James McIntosh

McIntosh Attorneys

Cape Town

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

153

Jane Ndoy

Jane Velvet International Luxe (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

05/08/2020

R9,000.00

154

Janice Prinsloo

Ecinaj Beauty Salon

Port Elizabeth

20/06/2020

R7,700.00

155

Janine Petersen

J9 Wine (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

02/07/2020

R10,000.00

156

Jerome & Wenzil Moodley

Coastline Printing Centre (Pty) ltd

Durban

22/07/2020

R7,000.00

157

Jodene Myrtle Karelse

Boland Payroll and Tax Services

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

158

Johannes Maleka

Malemed Projects and Services (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

28/07/2020

R9,936.00

159

Jonas Khabele

The Decent Group Pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

14/07/2020

R5,250.00

160

Joseph Lucky Shabangu

GUGULAMAMA TRADING(PTY)LTD

Secunda

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

161

Joyce Motshewa

Zaukhakhata trading and projects

Waterberg

29/06/2020

R8,000.00

162

Juditte Geneve Glass

Annark Trading

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

163

Kabelo Tau

The Healing Pot Clinical (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R6,778.00

164

Kagiso Molelekeng

Moleleke Holding PTY Ltd

Johannesburg

08/08/2020

R2,646.00

165

Kamogelo Voster

PHARAOH CREATIONS

Kimberley

30/07/2020

R3,500.00

166

Kamohelo Mahlasela

BAKGATLA HOLDINGS

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R6,800.00

167

Kananelo Grace Dolo

Ruby Gold Design and Projects

Bloemfontein

22/05/2020

R9,200.00

168

Karabo Rodney Nkate

3FIVE TECHNOLOGIES (Pty) Ltd

Mahikeng

13/05/2020

R7,500.00

169

Katlego Benedict Ngakane

KEK Trading (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

170

Katlego Texan Mashilane

BEADZ BY FLEX
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R5,000.00

171

Kayla Jardim

Urban Escape Studio (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

14/05/2020

R9,500.00

172

Keisha Lindsay Mecuur

Travel Lane

WestRand

19/08/2020

R4,650.00

173

Keith Nhalnhla Mposula

Smart Change Capital (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

22/08/2020

R7,500.00

174

Kelebogile Babuseng

ROSFIT CAPITA (PTY) LTD

Kimberley

24/07/2020

R3,500.00

175

Kemoneiloe Phatoli

Monesapula Holding (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/05/2020

R7,480.00

176

Kenneth Ngobeni

Nhlamunyiko Engineering Projects

Sedibeng

27/05/2020

R9,900.00

177

Kennny Khoza

Street Fame RSA (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R10,000.00

178

Kethang Makobosheane

ZYGOTE INVESTMENT (PTY) LTD

Durban

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

179

Kgaugelo Maponya

Devine Glamour and Spa

Tzaneen

03/08/2020

R10,000.00

180

KHANYELIHLE PATRICK KHUZWAYO

MBUTHWENI BAKERY

Newcastle

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

181

Khanyisa Avumile Mazwi

Emabheleni Solutions Pty LTD

Alfred Nzo

03/07/2020

R9,900.00

182

Khanyisile Perpetua Nkosi

Ofentse Industrial Suppliers (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

19/05/2020

R7,000.00

183

Khanyisile Prudence Kamanga

Ithuba Business Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

184

Khaya Sydney Nyembezi

Mabuz Buzwana Holdings

Alfred Nzo

04/07/2020

R9,767.00

185

Khayalam Mokwena

KHAYALAM BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (PTY) LTD

Groblersdal District

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

186

Khayelihle Zuma

Master Piece Media

Durban

18/05/2020

R7,500.00

187

Khensani Masanabo

BAVUMILE MARKETING AND CONSULTING

Johannesburg

06/05/2020

R10,000.00

188

Khethiwe I Mashigoane

SHAMMAH BOUTIQUE (PTY)LTD

Secunda

29/06/2020

R3,500.00

189

Khulekani Michael Nkala

CORNERSTONE MANUFACTURING
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R4,629.22

190

Khulekani Nzuza

Respo Technology (Pty) Ltd

Durban

03/07/2020

R8,099.14

191

Khwezi Lokusa Mthembu

DEFINITIVE BRAND CULTURE (PTY)LTD

Secunda

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

192

Kleintjie Ngwako Mmola

MM Venice (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

29/05/2020

R3,500.00

193

Kunal Venmali

Ingenuity Consulting (Pty) Ltd

Durban

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

194

Lavani Eugene Ngomani

NGOMANI CORPORATION (PTY) LTD

Thulamela

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

195

Lebogang Khonkhobe

Setlhare Projects and General

Kimberley

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

196

Lebohane Samuel Nkomo

Sentinel Agency Service

Bloemfontein

06/08/2020

R9,200.00

197

Lebohang Khambula

Reitebogile Trading (PTY) Ltd

Bloemfontein

24/07/2020

R10,000.00

198

Lebohang Moledi

MOLELI CONSTRUCTION AND PROJECTS

Secunda

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

199

Lee Kyle September

LKS Solutions

Cape Town

11/07/2020

R6,452.08

200

Lehlogonolo Mokoane

SWITCH ON HOLDINGS(PTY)LTD

Secunda

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

201

Leighton Johndre Hendricks

No Gates Active

Cape Town

03/07/2020

R6,050.00

202

Lerato Mokwena

Sisalebo Group pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

25/06/2020

R4,500.00

203

Lerato Theodon Mpila

Satori International Trading (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

08/08/2020

R5,541.11

204

Lesedi Monnanyane

SKY HIGH KAILA ENTERPRISE (PTY) LTD

Kimberley

03/07/2020

R4,593.54

205

Lesedi Seitlheko

Phakamani- Sakhe Trading Enterprise

East London

15/07/2020

R8,000.00

206

Lesego Moruri

Lesmoru General Trading

Kimberley

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

207

Lesego Rampou

LSGS House of Décor

Sedibeng

29/06/2020

R8,800.00

208

Lesego Tau

TOUCH MOTIVE CONSULTING

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R9,000.00

209

Leseli Pholo

Techstream Solutions

East London

15/07/2020

R9,300.00

210

Lesetja Moloko Mothapo

Rupfumo Investment PTY Ltd

Johannesburg

05/08/2020

R9,473.00

211

Leshole Jeffrey Ledwaba

Ledwaba Boys Holding (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/08/2020

R3,500.00

212

Lesibana Lekalakala

Sibana Projects

Waterberg

29/06/2020

R3,000.00

213

Lethabo Maamane

Inside Business Consulting (PTY) Ltd

TSHWANE

14/05/2020

R9,999.99

214

Lethabo Mojela

MODJELA OUTSOURCING

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R9,000.00

215

Lethabo Sekhane

Pheehane General Trading

Polokwane

22/05/2020

R9,500.00

216

Letlhogonolo Mabe

Umfazi General Traders

Kimberley

28/08/2020

R3,500.00

217

LETLHOGONOLO MASHELE

LKP Group

Johannesburg

22/08/2020

R2,500.00

218

Letshema Tsepiso Arthur Mosia

K2016010014(SOUTH AFRICA)

Secunda

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

219

Leungo Donda

LEUNGO DONDA CIVIL CONSTRUCTION

Kimberley

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

220

Licebo Makamba

Valento Media Holdings

Port Elizabeth

23/07/2020

R6,495.90

221

Liketso Anna Tsotetsi

RETSO CON (PTY) LTD

Bloemfontein

29/06/2020

R4,750.00

222

Lilian Nkemeleng Nkosi

Forbes Goddess

WestRand

19/05/2020

R4,800.00

223

Linda Montwedi

STREET LIGHT MEDIA (PTY) LTD

Kimberley

28/07/2020

R3,500.00

224

Lindelihle Gladwell Sukazi

LEEHLEZA ENTERTAINMENT

Secunda

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

225

Lindwe Shibambo

LEE HAIR AND BEAUTY STUDIO

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R9,500.00

226

Liso-lam Ngem

Sivuyasonke Pty LTD

Alfred Nzo

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

227

Livhuwani Thenga

Rialivhuwa Holdings
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

19/08/2020

R3,500.00

228

Lovedelia Masia

Urio Tailor and Printing

Polokwane

15/07/2020

R7,500.00

229

Loyiso Gomba

LGTM Consultants Pty LTD

East London

15/07/2020

R9,500.00

230

Lucas Makeba Mokabane

House of Scout (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

29/05/2020

R8,939.09

231

Lucian Maduna

Crystal Events (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

232

Lucky Motsamai

Tjhebelopele Tac Pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

233

Lucky Shabalala

Entertainment Neighbourhood

Sedibeng

27/05/2020

R8,278.00

234

Lucky Sibeko

GT COATING N SUPPLIER (PTY)LTD

Secunda

20/07/2020

R9,400.00

235

Lucky Thulani Nkosi

Lifestyle Pinnacle (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

28/05/2020

R6,500.00

236

Lucky Welcome Simelane

Simelane Empire
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

19/08/2020

R3,500.00

237

Lukholo Funde

SYTRUS HOLDINGS (PTY)LTD

East London

04/09/2020

R10,000.00

238

Lungile Victoria Tembe

ATE Kitchens

TSHWANE

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

239

Luphumlo Joka

Global Leadership Consultants

PORT ELIZABETH

21/07/2020

R7,122.50

240

Luphumlo Mickael Ngubelanga

Ngubelanga Construction and projects

East London

23/07/2020

R9,508.00

241

Lusindiso Wandile Qusheka

Linomtha Wenkwenkwezi

East London

20/06/2020

R10,000.00

242

Luxolo Mlatsha

Indebe Project Consulting

Port Elizabeth

29/06/2020

R6,248.91

243

Luyanda Mbolekwa

Rocket Projects Pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

29/06/2020

R4,500.00

244

LUYANDA MDLUDLA

LUYANDA MDLUDLA INC

MTHATHA

22/05/2020

R9,700.00

245

Luyanda Spara

Spara Trading Enterprise

Cape Town

03/07/2020

R5,280.00

246

LWANDISO NCANYWA

NCANWA4LWA TRADING ENTERPRISE

MTHATHA

23/06/2020

R9,999.00

247

Lwando Ngqwabane

Herbal Foods

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R10,000.00

248

Lydia Jaceni

Komani Health Shop

Chris Hani

17/07/2020

R10,000.00

249

Mabiletsa Goitseone Ahisha

Goima (Pty)Ltd

Mbombela

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

250

Mabunda Bellinda

Khwin B Collections Pty Ltd

Sedibeng

20/06/2020

R7,936.00

251

Madibana Donald

Bahananwa Business Solutions Pty Ltd

Sedibeng

20/06/2020

R9,900.00

252

Maeta Makume

Mayas Cypress Tree (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R10,000.00

253

Mahlatse Mashala

HeyTraveller

WestRand

19/05/2020

R9,034.29

254

Mahlatse Moloto

MBC BUSINESS AGENCY AND RECRUITMENT (PTY) LTD

Tzaneen

17/08/2020

R10,000.00

255

Mahlogonolo Molefe

Golo Ilanga pty ltd

Waterberg

08/07/2020

R6,555.00

256

Makaziwe Mtshengu

MAKCRYSTAL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

Johannesburg

24/07/2020

R7,640.00

257

Makhosazane Reginah Maseko.

Temangcane (Pty)Ltd

Mbombela

21/07/2020

R9,000.00

258

Maki Khanyile

KO Plotong

Sedibeng

20/05/2020

R9,000.00

259

Malibongwe Kase

Wafe internet Services

Port Elizabeth

28/07/2020

R4,716.00

260

Malibongwe Mlotshwa

TT African Vibes Pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

25/06/2020

R6,500.00

261

Malicia Chesrye Josias

Salon Skye

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

262

Malose Johannes

Mylooler Hygiene services and

TSHWANE

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

263

Malusi Ngwenya

DLLOYD CREATIVE ENTERPRISES

Johannesburg

06/05/2020

R9,811.69

264

Mamello Mofokeng

SATURATED HOLDINGS

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R3,780.00

265

Manake, T

Thlako Projects

Alfred Nzo

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

266

Mandilakhe Matuwana

Marios Grass Cutting Service

East London

28/07/2020

R10,000.00

267

Mandla Nkosi

Broken Glass Casting and Project (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

18/05/2020

R8,000.00

268

Mandla Samson Silabela

Tribal House Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

06/07/2020

R8,100.00

269

Mandla Sydwell Nkosi

MASYDWELL CONSTRUCTION AND SECURITY SERVICES

Secunda

29/06/2020

R3,500.00

270

Mantwa Khutlang

Bokamoso Catering and

Bloemfontein

24/07/2020

R8,500.00

271

Maobelo Mokamo Gregory

The Great Internet Café

Ekurhuleni

24/07/2020

R4,725.00

272

MAQABUKA ASANDA

IZWELIBANZI CAPITAL T/A CHICKEN BAR

MTHATHA

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

273

Marcia Mmashakoane Lebambo

Mashakoane Consultant and Project

TSHWANE

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

274

Mardon Louwskitter

Mardons Driving Academy

Port Elizabeth

20/06/2020

R3,500.00

275

Maria Mabogo Chauke

Home Components Design (PTY) LDT

WestRand

19/05/2020

R10,000.00

276

Mark Govender

Omicron Logistics Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Durban

03/06/2020

R9,200.00

277

Mary-Jane Sibanyoni

quick and Classic Travel Agency

EMALAHLENI

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

278

Masala Bongani Maphaga

Bafitlhile MM (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

28/08/2020

R4,000.00

279

Masego Moncho

MSG IT Solutions

Bloemfontein

21/07/2020

R9,200.00

280

Mathabo Mabote

The Black Bird Multimedia (Pty)Ltd

Rustenburg

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

281

Matimba Mashaba

Mashvill Trading and Projects (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

23/07/2020

R7,000.00

282

Matome Lennie Seofa

New Hope Leraning Centre

Polokwane

19/06/2020

R5,400.00

283

Maudene Rachelle van Neel

Endue Hair Salon

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R6,800.00

284

Mawande Calinocus Jabane

AMAHLUBI 60

Secunda

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

285

Mawande Dlwati

Unathi Travel Pty LTD

East London

22/07/2020

R6,650.00

286

Mbalenhle Maseko

MNG Holdings

Durban

03/06/2020

R10,000.00

287

Mbali Felicia Mashinini

LAMASHININI(PTY)LTD

Secunda

21/07/2020

R8,350.31

288

Mbuso Theophilus Biyela

Project Ally (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

19/05/2020

R3,500.00

289

Mbuti Samuel Nhlapo

Moks Tech Solutions

Bloemfontein

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

290

Mcebo Mwandla

Ndokazy Projects

Durban

18/07/2020

R4,753.08

291

Mduduzi Mnisi

Zondle Mduduzi Mnisi Agricultural and Mining Supply

Secunda

18/05/2020

R9,767.75

292

Megan Lisa Abels

The Chefs Bag Pty Ltd

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

293

Melba Mokoena

Eden Hydroponics (Pty) Ltd

Waterberg

27/05/2020

R5,700.00

294

Melissa Joy Zeeman

Creative Film Designs

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R7,100.00

295

Melissa Primo

Primo Angels

PORT ELIZABETH

28/07/2020

R7,000.00

296

Meshack Thifhelimbilu Nembudani

Thonifho investment (pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R7,000.00

297

Mfana Maseko

MMM Electro Mech services

Bloemfontein

29/05/2020

R10,000.00

298

Mfundo Sithole

Wande Langa (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

299

Michael Baloyi

Syprintco (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R8,166.00

300

Michael Junior Motaung

Three Bataung Holdings

EMALAHLENI

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

301

Michael Sifiso Skosana

MUSI KA MHLANGA JALI
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R6,000.00

302

Michelle Kritzinger

Stylish Steppers Hair Salon

PORT ELIZABETH

12/05/2020

R7,575.00

303

Mitchel Mushi

Dinawo Enterprise

EMALAHLENI

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

304

MJADU SIMPHIWE

Red rockets logistics

Richards bay

18/05/2020

R7,000.00

305

Mmamaise Patience Khosana

Frontline Media (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

306

Modisaotsile Shomolekae

Shomolekae Farming Empire (Pty) Ltd

Mahikeng

23/07/2020

R9,000.00

307

Mohau Machaka

PATMOU Business Enterprise

Polokwane

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

308

Mojekisane Lehoko

Sopopa Events and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

22/08/2020

R6,500.00

309

Mokgadi Letsoalo

Libloy Trading

Sedibeng

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

310

Molanteli Moloi

TSM Moloi Enterprise Pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

25/06/2020

R6,000.00

311

Molebogeng Albertina Le Grange

ROYAL BEAUTY ATELIER
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R3,500.00

312

MOLETENG JOHN
MAEPA

MOILA HOSTING (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

313

Mongezi Masombuka

BENCLIFF TRADING ENTERPRISE(PTY)LTD

Secunda

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

314

Mongikazi Poyiya

mirry and kids Trading Projects Pty LTD

Alfred Nzo

15/07/2020

R7,500.00

315

Moraka Komane

NDAH Travel & Accomodation

Polokwane

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

316

Moses Hlatshwayo

PDCA Projects

Durban

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

317

Moses Hlungwani

Harmony IT and Banking Solutions

Thulamela

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

318

Moshiko Phambani Ndleve

MPHRN TRADING (PTY)LTD

Thulamela

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

319

Mosima Ngoasheng

SHEEQLIVING CREAATIONS

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R6,410.00

320

Motseki Mabuya

Boitumelo Media

Sedibeng

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

321

Mpendulo colin Khuzwayo

Mpendulo Colin Group
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

19/08/2020

R3,500.00

322

Mpho Pride Monnathoko

Epitome of Innovation (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

06/05/2020

R9,000.00

323

Mpho Raphalani

MPHO YANGA AGRICULTURAL PRIMARY COOPERATIVE

Thulamela

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

324

Mphuleng Modishi Moele

Mphumo Developments (Pty) Ltd

Bohlabela/ Bushbuckridge

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

325

MPILO KESWA

Mangadini trading enterprise

Richards bay

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

326

Mpilo Shaun Sibiya

Dees Catering and Event Management (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

327

Mpilonhle Mdletshe

Respect the Hustle (Pty) Ltd

Durban

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

328

MPILONTLE MAKALIMA

MOBI NURSE

MTHATHA

29/06/2020

R9,995.00

329

Mpolokeng Geoginah Mokwena

MMG Prime Holdings

Bloemfontein

23/07/2020

R8,000.00

330

Mpumelelo Mashifane

The Mfiso Legacy Group (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

331

Mthobis Jeffrey Nkosi

KHOKHELA TRADING AND PROJECTS

Secunda

07/05/2020

R10,000.00

332

Mulalo Nedzingane

Muhali Trading Enterprise (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

24/06/2020

R7,000.00

333

Mulalo Netshifhefhe

Denzhe Consulting and Projects

Thulamela

24/07/2020

R9,200.00

334

Mulisa Ramukuvheli

The Witty (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

06/07/2020

R10,000.00

335

Muneera Mitchell

Netcare Basic Emergency

Kimberley

25/06/2020

R3,500.00

336

Musa Maxwell

LESICHUBEKAYO PROJECTS (PTY)LTD

Secunda

07/05/2020

R10,000.00

337

Muzi Fodo

Fodo Development Agency

Durban

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

338

Muzomuhle Zuma

Muzomuhle Zuma

Durban

23/07/2020

R3,500.00

339

Mvuyiseni Xolani Mlonyeni

MM Wescout Management

Cape Town

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

340

Mxolisi Mcoyi

Mphankomo Conglomerate (Pty) Ltd

Durban

03/06/2020

R7,000.00

341

Mxolisi Sibani

Avulunge Projects

East London

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

342

Mzikayise Hlumelo Arthur Dlamini

Fakade Group

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

343

Mziyanda Busani

Busani Brothers General Trading

East London

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

344

Nakedi Rakedi

Polokwane Photographer

Polokwane

19/08/2020

R10,000.00

345

Nako Masole

Masagi Trading and Project (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

06/07/2020

R7,850.00

346

Nashwa Matokoloho

Nash Upholstry Works (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

28/07/2020

R6,210.00

347

Natalie Hamann

BV Panel Beating and Spray Painting (PTY) Ltd

TSHWANE

14/05/2020

R10,000.00

348

Natalie Pearl Jones

Taylor Made and Designs

Cape Town

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

349

Natalie Sophia Temmers

From Cape Town with Love

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R10,000.00

350

NCEBA TYHALI

WEST TYPHOON TRADING

MTHATHA

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

351

Ncebakazi Mkabane

Beyond Infinity Consultants (PTY) Ltd

Bloemfontein

06/08/2020

R10,000.00

352

NCHULABORWA MOJELA

Borwa and Family Holding (PTY) LTD

Tzaneen

23/06/2020

R7,000.00

353

Ndikhokele Sokabo

Zuva Energy Solutions

Cape Town

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

354

Ndiphiwe Mbobosi

TOP SAN ENTERPRISES (PTY) LTD

Johannesburg

18/08/2020

R6,830.00

355

Ndumiso Knowledge Mndebele

Kasi bar code production lifestyle and entertainment (pty) ltd

EMALAHLENI

23/05/2020

R7,000.00

356

NDUMISO SITHOLE

ITHOLE CABINETS MANUFACTURE

RICHARDS BAY

15/07/2020

R8,500.00

357

Nelson Maeketsa Moshesha

Valostar 300

Bloemfontein

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

358

Neo Khoza

Kganya Botse

TSHWANE

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

359

Neo Nicholas Sikhitha

Onea Africa (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

19/08/2020

R3,500.00

360

Neo Ramela

Motsemela Construction (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

06/08/2020

R6,410.00

361

Ngcingolo Lonwabo

Lonwabo Holdings (Pty) LTD

East London

17/07/2020

R9,535.00

362

Ngezile Ndledle

Tower of Prosperity

PORT ELIZABETH

29/06/2020

R6,512.85

363

NGWADI, KOPANO JUSTICE

NGWADI MISSION Company

Bloemfontein

14/08/2020

R7,452.00

364

Nhlakanipho Dube

Nipdub (Pty)Ltd

Newcastle

11/07/2020

R8,891.34

365

NHLANHLA MYENI

Towdah entertainment

Richards bay

16/05/2020

R8,000.00

366

Nhlanhla Ndaba

Family Matters (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

06/07/2020

R6,000.00

367

Nhlanhla Sibiya

Big Ideas Empire

Newcastle

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

368

Nicole Jordan van Gass

Enchant Creations

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

369

Nigel Jaques Daniels

Bay Breeze Trading 111

Cape Town

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

370

Nkanyiso Madlala

NC Madlala Attorneys

Durban

29/06/2020

R7,741.00

371

Nkanyiso Ngubane/ Nothando Shangase

Dukathole Farm

Durban

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

372

Nkgodisheng Livingstone Mphahlele

Mokho Holdings (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

29/06/2020

R9,500.00

373

Nkosinathi Mbele

AdNotes Digital

Durban

03/06/2020

R9,500.00

374

Nkosingiphile Again Nkuna.

Jiki Boy Trading (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

29/06/2020

R9,700.00

375

Nobuhle Sesi Masuku

Machochomba Construction and Projects (Pty) Ltd.

Mbombela

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

376

Nokulunga Skosana

NGT Contractors

EMALAHLENI

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

377

Nokuthula Bohlela

Lukobohlela

Durban

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

378

Nokuthula Khumalo

Onothileyo (Pty)Ltd

Newcastle

20/06/2020

R10,000.00

379

Nokwanda Mchunu

Wee Kaan Billionaires

Durban

16/05/2020

R9,122.00

380

Nokwaz Thembelihle Mgaga

Khulani Digital (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

06/07/2020

R4,889.00

381

Nolubabalo Gwanya

Domestic On Call

East London

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

382

Nolufefe Notyesi

Iyabukwa Trading

Alfred Nzo

25/06/2020

R5,500.00

383

Nolukhanyo Cele

Grand Hospitality Conceots

Cape Town

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

384

Noluvuyo Mbathe

Namedi Tours and Trading Pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

24/07/2020

R8,000.00

385

Nomathemba Ntshalintshali

Bantubavuthiwe Holdings

Newcastle

23/07/2020

R8,000.00

386

Nomawethu Dlayedwa-Mkhalakahla

Nomawethu Dlayedwa ND

Cape Town

18/07/2020

R9,000.00

387

NOMAZIZI MAPOLOBA

LISAQAMA TRADING

MTHATHA

04/09/2020

R9,800.00

388

NOMBULELO NGEMNTU

ARISE AND SHINE SECURITY AND CLEANING

MTHATHA

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

389

NOMCEBO GUMEDE

UMPHANKOMO PTY LTD

RICHARDS BAY

04/07/2020

R7,000.00

390

Nomfundo Mthembu

She Dazzles Events

Durban

29/06/2020

R7,500.00

391

Nompumelelo Precious Sibanyoni

MPUMIS TASTY TREATS (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

02/06/2020

R6,000.00

392

Nomshaado Goodness suke

SINENHLANHLA INTERNET CAFÉ (PTY) LTD

Secunda

07/05/2020

R10,000.00

393

Nomzekelo Marala

Everyday Hospitality and Tourism

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R3,500.00

394

Noncedo Hlobisile Faith Lukhuleni

Mzansi Mirror (Pty)Ltd

Mbombela

11/07/2020

R10,000.00

395

Nonhlanhla Zwane

Ngiphiwe Business Enterprise

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R9,827.10

396

Nonhle Dube

Branvertising Promotions Agency (Pty) Ltd

Durban

01/06/2020

R6,741.55

397

Nonkululeko Mdlalose

SKIP IT LAUNDRY SERVICE

Secunda

29/06/2020

R7,200.00

398

Nontembeko Dliso

Ffab Hair an Beauty Studio

Cape Town

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

399

Nontobeko Mkhatswa

Kiri Pink Nob Arts ( Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

28/08/2020

R9,520.00

400

Nontobeko Nosipho Caluza

Blooms and Roses Avenue (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

23/05/2020

R5,929.00

401

Nontobeko Themba

Churchill Projects Management

Johannesburg

03/07/2020

R6,831.62

402

Nontokozo Khethiwe Lukhuleni.

Queens Throne Investment (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

11/07/2020

R10,000.00

403

Nosandi Macabela

Innomac Designs

Alfred Nzo

14/05/2020

R9,972.50

404

Nosphiwo Gumede

NQ HOLDINGS

Secunda

29/06/2020

R9,100.00

405

Noxolo Prudence Mosana

Lathitha Development Agency (Pty) LTD

East London

04/09/2020

R5,969.18

406

Nozipho Mvulane

Rajaram Mvulane Attorneys

Durban

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

407

Nsikelelo Sitoe

KHULAMIHLE DEVELOPMENT AND PROJECTS

Johannesburg

08/08/2020

R4,500.00

408

Nsizwazonke N Vilakazi

PRELIM LOGISTIX (PTY)LTD

Secunda

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

409

Ntandoyenkosi Mthethwa

NYM Group

Durban

28/05/2020

R5,500.00

410

Nthabeleng Matsemela

Barwa ba Mahlako le Hunadi

Waterberg

12/05/2020

R9,790.85

411

Ntimbane Vusi

Sifolisi Civil and IT Services

Groblersdal District

22/07/2020

R10,000.00

412

NUSCHELSKY MBUSO NGCOBO

FUZE CODING
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R3,500.00

413

NXUMALO NOMPILO

KU Green hands

Richards bay

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

414

Nyadzani Funanani Manuga

GEORGE CEDAR TRADING ENTERPRISE (PTY) LTD

Thulamela

16/07/2020

R4,700.00

415

Nyeleti Samantha Baloyi

STARB CHEMICALS (PTY)LTD

Thulamela

22/08/2020

R10,000.00

416

Ogopoleng Thapelo Mosweu

Gwadirega Projects (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R6,878.14

417

Ohemile Ngamole

DOT TOBETSA BUSINESS ENTERPRISE

Kimberley

04/07/2020

R7,500.00

418

Olga Dipolelo Phasha

DOP Fashions & Interiors (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

22/08/2020

R10,000.00

419

Omphile Matlhodi Matane

Zawadi Project Management

Mahikeng

27/08/2020

R10,000.00

420

ONATHI FLATELA

OYISA CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

MTHATHA

29/06/2020

R9,910.00

421

Ondela Manye

Odi Hiring Services

East London

23/07/2020

R3,500.00

422

Palesa Mathega

Sons and Daughter Pty Ltd

Sedibeng

29/06/2020

R8,000.00

423

Palesa Motshabi

Knowledge Production Pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

24/07/2020

R7,500.00

424

Paulus Naile Mosala

Lebo and Rara General Trader

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

425

PELISA NKONYENI

P NKONYENI ATTORNEYS INC

MTHATHA

22/05/2020

R9,500.00

426

Percy Dube

PK2GP ELECTRICAL AND PROJECTS

EMALAHLENI

19/05/2020

R3,500.00

427

Percy Simphiwe Mabuza

Sar Ace Entertainment (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

13/05/2020

R10,000.00

428

Peter Sibiloane

Mok-Wining (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

23/06/2020

R6,000.00

429

Pfarelo Mainganye

Next Frame

TSHWANE

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

430

Pfarelo Mudau

Survivor Fire and Rescue Training College (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

17/07/2020

R10,000.00

431

Pfuluwani Awelani Mphephu

AMWM HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS (PTY)LTD

Thulamela

16/07/2020

R10,000.00

432

Phahla Hlaodi

Smae Business Services (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R9,000.00

433

Phathutshedzo Khedzi

PICGLOW TECHNOLOGIES(PTY)LTD

Thulamela

23/07/2020

R7,200.00

434

Phathutshedzo Munyai

Antoniq Group (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R6,000.00

435

Phelo Ndala

PJ Sana Group (Pty) Ltd

Durban

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

436

Philemon Mojapelo

Madikaladi (pty) ltd

Waterberg

29/06/2020

R2,409.00

437

Phindile Tarnia Ncube and Thabita Leah Ramabulana

Phakama Services Group (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R10,000.00

438

Phiwayinkosi Ngcobo

Great Thinkers Investment (Pty)Ltd (t/a) Philakahle Skills Development

Ladysmith

28/05/2020

R9,300.00

439

Phumelela Msomi

MAWALA HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD

Durban

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

440

Phumelele Lihle Mdaniswa

Mdaniswa Group

Durban

29/06/2020

R6,700.00

441

Phumelele Mahlinza

Mkhahlelwa Pty Ltd

Durban

03/06/2020

R9,095.16

442

Phumlani swaartbooi

DZG Technologies (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

22/08/2020

R7,341.37

443

Phumudzo Munyai

PGM Environmental Consultants

Thulamela

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

444

Phuti Ngoepe

Estras General Trading

Polokwane

22/05/2020

R6,980.00

445

Picardo Marlon Abrahams

CJ Sound and Lighting

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

446

Pieter Herholdt Greybe

Grey Travel

Cape Town

18/08/2020

R10,000.00

447

Pitso Mototo

Tshelathupa Designer and Construction

Bloemfontein

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

448

Polycarp Du Toit

Re-Adumela Trading CC

Kimberley

24/07/2020

R8,500.00

449

Praisegod Khumalo

Nobuhle Media

Durban

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

450

Pretty Fikile Mokhoantle

Presam holdings

Secunda

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

451

Prince Mohlala

TLOKWA MPHELA HOLDINGS

Johannesburg

29/05/2020

R4,500.00

452

Prudence Pabalelo Nce

Nces Beauty and Projects (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

08/05/2020

R6,212.21

453

Queen Mokulubete

SM3 CONSTRUCTION,TRADING AND PROJECTS PRIMARY CO-OPERATIVE LIMITED

Johannesburg

05/08/2020

R5,000.00

454

Ramabu Phanuel Matase

PMR Media and Advertising

Polokwane

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

455

Rangwane Mamogale Maluleke

The Biggest Grill (Pty) Ltd

Polokwane

20/05/2020

R5,500.00

456

Rayno Appolis

ZR Enterprises

Cape Town

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

457

Reaboka Eugene Sentle

THE BHV EMPIRE (PTY) LTD

Bloemfontein

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

458

Refilwe Mosia

NARU GROUP

Johannesburg

06/05/2020

R9,976.43

459

Refilwe Ramatlapeng

R Legacy Connect PTY Ltd

Johannesburg

20/08/2020

R10,000.00

460

Refilwe Sillie

Goapele Media

Mahikeng

27/08/2020

R10,000.00

461

Remember Hlongwani

RR AND KB TRADING Pty Ltd

Tzaneen

20/06/2020

R10,000.00

462

Rendani Sinyage

Black Wealth Institute (Pty) Ltd

Thulamela

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

463

Rinae Michael Mudzanani

MICROSEED TRADING ENTERPRISE (PTY) LTD

Johannesburg

27/05/2020

R5,700.00

464

Rodney Madipenkele Matsama

RAWXINE PROJECTS
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R3,500.00

465

Roeshdia Karan

Rizq Catering and Events

Cape Town

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

466

Rolland Bouverie

ARDOUR CORPORATE SERVICES

Durban

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

467

Ronewa Rambuda

ROX ROLL GROUP

Johannesburg

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

468

Ronnel Innes

UP Panel Shop

Durban

29/06/2020

R9,556.00

469

Roxane Jacobs

R and I Beauty Solutions Pty Ltd

Cape Town

28/07/2020

R10,000.00

470

Rudzani Duncan Khangala

Gwaaks (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

23/07/2020

R4,700.00

471

Rudzani Sepholi

Global Solution Development(Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

472

Ruth Ramaboea

Ten over Ten Hair and Beauty Salon

Waterberg

13/05/2020

R8,752.74

473

Sabelo Chaplock Nkosi

Flair Services Rendered (Pty)Ltd

Mbombela

29/06/2020

R9,076.00

474

Sabelo Christopher Mthimunye

LENNET CONSTRUCTION (PTY) LTD

Johannesburg

27/05/2020

R4,838.00

475

SABELO MBETHE

SMEGS BRAND GROUP
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

24/07/2020

R9,800.00

476

Sabelo Mohoi

Vantshwa in Pursuit services (pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R3,500.00

477

Sadicka Isaacs

Flairs Sports Academy

Cape Town

02/06/2020

R10,000.00

478

Sakhe Motsoene

IRINI CONCEPTS

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R4,796.00

479

SANDILE SHEMBE

INNOSA PROJECTS PTY/LTD

RICHARDS BAY

04/07/2020

R8,891.00

480

Sandiso Kakaza

SK-Line Enterprises

Cape Town

25/06/2020

R10,000.00

481

Sanele Mdluli

Open Season multimedia

Durban

04/07/2020

R7,600.25

482

Sanele Sabalaza Mthembu

Abathembu Tour Shuttle

Cape Town

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

483

Sanele Sibeko

Fair Deal Upholsteres and Auto Trimmers(Pty)LTD

Newcastle

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

484

Sarah Kedisaletse Sease

21 Chunks (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

19/08/2020

R7,200.00

485

Sbonelo Jiyane

LUBAMBOLUNYE INVESTMENTS (PTY)LTD

Secunda

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

486

Sboniso Hewitt Jiyane

ARALEY TRADING ENTERPRISE(PTY)LTD

Secunda

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

487

Sboniso Khethukuthula Msweli

IMPANGELE LANDSCAPES (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

488

Senamile Ndaba

S Pearl Ndaba Attorneys

Newcastle

15/07/2020

R9,000.00

489

Senzo Calvin Dhlamini

LANYANDZA TRADING

Mbombela Branch

25/05/2020

R8,000.00

490

Sesethu Gqomo

Sesethu Gqomo Communications

PORT ELIZABETH

29/06/2020

R9,922.00

491

Sfiso Emmanuel Mdaka

CREATIVE AND CONCEOTUAL

Secunda

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

492

Shireen Jonkers

Jonkers Accountants

Kimberley

03/06/2020

R5,100.00

493

Shongwe Sibusiso Evens

Verified Construction (Pty)Ltd

EMALAHLENI

28/05/2020

R9,900.00

494

Shoni Whitney Mathivha

MRS MAT PROJECTS AND SERVICES (PTY) LTD

Thulamela

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

495

SIBIYA NOMPUMELELO

Sotobe manufacturing

Richards bay

18/05/2020

R7,000.00

496

Sibongile Nkosi

Deevine Entertainment (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

01/06/2020

R5,000.00

497

Sibongiseni B Nyoni

JUST BE GORGEOUS PARLOUR

Secunda

21/07/2020

R10,000.00

498

Sibonkinkosi Msweli

OB Skwared

Durban

03/07/2020

R9,840.00

499

Sibulelo Khanyile

Momozi Services (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

08/08/2020

R8,132.91

500

Sibusisiwe Zekhethelo Sibaya

Sbo Driving School (Pty)Ltd

Ladysmith

15/07/2020

R9,412.03

501

Sibusiso Lekalakala

Credible Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

27/05/2020

R4,100.00

502

Sibusiso Mhlongo

PROFOUND TRAVEL AND TOURS

Durban

29/06/2020

R8,100.00

503

Sibusiso Mkwanazi

AFRISEND TRADERS (PTY) LTD

Johannesburg

27/05/2020

R7,423.47

504

Sibusiso Vincent Masina

BEST THOUGHT TRADING AND PROJECTS 61

Secunda

07/05/2020

R10,000.00

505

Sicelo Ndlovu

Campro Audio Visuals (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R9,193.00

506

Sifiso Selwe

Selwe Trading and Projects

Kimberley

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

507

Sifiso Thomo

Xpress Newspaper and Printers (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

23/05/2020

R10,000.00

508

Sifiso Vusimuzi Gumede

Gumede Agility Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

22/08/2020

R6,735.46

509

Sihle Ngwenya

BLACK CHILD TWIY

Secunda

07/05/2020

R10,000.00

510

Simamkele Eve Pilo

Wigs by Eve (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

26/08/2020

R4,085.22

511

Simesihle Ntuli

Heartbeat Fitness

Durban

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

512

Simpiwe Pumani

Southern Power media

East London

19/05/2020

R10,000.00

513

Sinalo Monono

Seso Civils

PORT ELIZABETH

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

514

Sinazo Mtshengu

GLOBAL BORDERS MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS

Johannesburg

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

515

Sindi Sithembiso Ndinisa

ENVIRO CHEMICALS(PTY)LTD

Secunda

21/07/2020

R9,200.00

516

Sindisiwe Nompilo Mokoena

Le Crux Holdings (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

517

Sinethemba Mona

Sneshy Furnitures

Cape Town

11/07/2020

R10,000.00

518

Sinhle Thwala

Shuttle Easy International and Tours

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

519

Sinoxolo Nomafusi

Nomafusi Projects Pty LTD

Alfred Nzo

14/05/2020

R10,000.00

520

Siphesihle Darlington Mmusane

SPHE PHOTOGRAPHY
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R3,500.00

521

Siphesihle Dlamini

Inqubeko Yezibusiso (Pty) Ltd

Durban

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

522

SIPHESIHLE SOYIZWAPI

MANZA MAHLE HOLDINGS

MTHATHA

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

523

Siphiwo Thabethe

Stizzy Event management (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

25/05/2020

R6,000.00

524

Sipho Mahamba

SP Mahamba Trading (PTY) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

525

Siphokazi Magcoba

Sweet Gift Bakery and Catering

East London

15/07/2020

R6,300.00

526

Siphokazi Tsengiwe

Tsengiwe Transport

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

527

Siphosethu Martins

Smartins Agencies

PORT ELIZABETH

23/05/2020

R8,873.00

528

Siphumelele Mshubi

85 GS Electric and Security

TSHWANE

03/06/2020

R10,000.00

529

SIPHUMELELE ZULU

LIRED ENTERPRISE Pty Ltd

RICHARDS BAY

04/07/2020

R4,500.00

530

Siseko Mpongwana

Ekazenande Trading

Alfred Nzo

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

531

Sithembeka Madala

Nomfundiso Projects (Pty) Ltd

Durban

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

532

Sive Magodla

SM Services and Projects

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

533

Sivene Mjila

TSVCS CONTRACTORS

East London

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

534

Siviwe Qwele

Two Brothers Pty Ltd

Cape Town

24/07/2020

R5,500.00

535

SIXOLILE MQOMBOTI

CONQUA GROUP

MTHATHA

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

536

Siyabonga Buddy Tshabalala

Siyabuddy Trading (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

13/05/2020

R9,930.93

537

Siyabonga Lincolin Khoza

SLD Solution (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

538

Siyabonga Tshabalala

Siluno Group (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

25/05/2020

R6,236.35

539

Siyabulela Lawrence Sokomani

Sokomani Horicultural Services

Cape Town

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

540

Siyabulela Ngetu

Ngetu Trading Enterprise

East London

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

541

Siyalibulisa Ngcobo

Techworld And Amp projets

EMALAHLENI

03/07/2020

R3,300.00

542

Siyambonga Nompuku

SIA NOMP GROUP (PTY)LTD

Alfred Nzo

04/07/2020

R8,500.00

543

Siyanda Hlatshwayo

Lubanzi Group (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R4,000.00

544

Siyasanga Pala

K2019336093

Port Elizabeth

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

545

Siyathemba Eric Kamati

Aplomb Projects

WestRand

04/07/2020

R3,000.00

546

Siyolo Vokwana

Burnt Citrus Food Concepts Pty Ltd

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

547

Smengaye Zondi

Sme Nozulu Suppliers (Pty) Ltd

Durban

18/07/2020

R9,500.00

548

Smukelisiwe Ncengwa

Umzinyathi Photocopiers (Pty)Ltd

Newcastle

02/06/2020

R9,100.00

549

Solly Zimisele Nkuna

IT World Service Group

TSHWANE

20/06/2020

R10,000.00

550

SONGEZO SIGILA

SLS BUSINESS CONSULTANTS

MTHATHA

04/09/2020

R10,000.00

551

Sonwabile Happiness Jali

Ngabazini Group

East London

20/06/2020

R10,000.00

552

Sphamandla Excellent Vilakazi

KHETHA OKWAKHE TRADING AND PROJECTS

Secunda

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

553

Sphieso Masilela

ISVININI COURIER SERVICES(PTY)LTD

EMALAHLENI

19/05/2020

R10,000.00

554

Sphindile Anele Njoko

Haras Catering (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

04/06/2020

R6,000.00

555

Sphiwe Ntuli

Godide SOS Enterprise

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

556

Stacey Jaqueline Beukes

A Ring To It

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

557

Steven Frans Mokwana

Tevens Elements

EMALAHLENI

22/05/2020

R7,000.00

558

Sthembile Gloria Koaubenan

ADORN BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/08/2020

R8,890.00

559

STHEMBISO KHUMALO

Abazala investments

Richards bay

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

560

STHEMBISO MBUYAZI

Konke kulungisiwe

Richards bay

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

561

Sthembiso Ncube

Still Black Pty LtD

WestRand

05/08/2020

R5,019.99

562

Success Mangena

Brotailors Designs

Polokwane

23/07/2020

R6,900.00

563

Takalani Ramovha

TTS Products (Pty) Ltd

Thulamela

17/07/2020

R10,000.00

564

Talent Madondo

Talent African Artisans 102 (Pty) Ltd

Durban

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

565

Tania Moleko

Dream Concepts Agency

Kimberley

28/08/2020

R8,900.00

566

Tanya Nunn

Boss Fitness

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

567

Tarren Sudane Smith

Sudane Projects and Services

WestRand

14/05/2020

R6,000.00

568

Tebogo Dithethe Taje

Berakhah Trading (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

25/06/2020

R10,000.00

569

Tebogo Sekgothe

Quick Bites

Waterberg

08/07/2020

R10,000.00

570

Tebogo TSJ Leshaba

Thuso Architects (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

19/05/2020

R8,560.00

571

Teboho Letseli

Nthabiseng Letseli Group t/a Ithemba Lomnotho

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R10,000.00

572

Teboho Moloi

Loison Services Pty Ltd

Tzaneen

16/07/2020

R8,500.00

573

Thabang Khoza

He Did Trading Pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

574

Thabang Lerry Kotelo

Lerry Accounting and Bookkeeping Solusions (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

25/05/2020

R5,631.78

575

Thabang Mahloko

CHIP EXPERTS

Johannesburg

24/07/2020

R9,300.00

576

Thabang Malemela

Amocon and Projects

Waterberg

04/07/2020

R4,800.00

577

Thabiso Freeman Marhwa

Marhwa Electrical Solutions

Bloemfontein

22/05/2020

R9,200.00

578

Thabiso Makhubo

Fashion Force Wear (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

22/08/2020

R9,000.00

579

Thabiso Malope

K NA T ENTERPRISE (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R10,000.00

580

Thabiso Tebogo Lefofano

Sethakga Cleaning Company (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

28/08/2020

R4,000.00

581

Thabo Joseph Lesie

Recollective Side Enterprise

Rustenberg

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

582

Thabo Julius Nkuyahae

NKUYAHAE HOLDINGS(PTY(LTD

Secunda

20/07/2020

R9,000.00

583

Thabo Moloi

Eagle Fleet Trading

Bloemfontein

14/07/2020

R10,000.00

584

Thabo Ngobeni

GET VENDING SOLUTIONS

Johannesburg

22/08/2020

R3,500.00

585

Thabo Saule

Thembela Mbuso (Pty) Ltd

Durban

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

586

Thalitha Nkabinde

Hlalithwa Trading

EMALAHLENI

08/07/2020

R3,500.00

587

Thammy Teddy Lamula

Badanile GNT (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

29/06/2020

R9,345.00

588

Thamsanqa Lowrence Mncina

Mncina Investment (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

589

Thandi Gloria Teffo

015 Dealers (Pty) Ltd

Polokwane

03/06/2020

R9,000.00

590

Thandiwe Batyi

NT Hiring and Catering Services

PORT ELIZABETH

03/06/2020

R6,840.00

591

Thandokazi Zennith Maguga

Abiona Africa

Cape Town

15/07/2020

R7,560.00

592

Thandolwethu Saul

Ziphozihle Security and Cleaning Services

East London

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

593

Thapelo Jacob Komane

Thapelo Komane Holding (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

22/08/2020

R3,500.00

594

Thapelo Phaswane

Phaswana Investments (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

19/05/2020

R3,738.00

595

Thato Ledwaba

New World Academy

Waterberg

04/07/2020

R9,752.00

596

Thato Motlhabani

Boo Ratlou Consulting (Pty) Ltd

Rustenburg

29/06/2020

R9,294.00

597

Thato Tekane

Nyakallo Ya Afrika Trading (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

29/05/2020

R8,000.00

598

Themba Mokone

Clwdy Trading (Pty) Ltd

Richards Bay

23/07/2020

R4,000.00

599

Thembakazi Mtshula

Lisekwalithemba Group

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

600

Thembeka Nyaqela

Lwazilethu Farming

Vryburg

29/06/2020

R8,638.92

601

Thembelihle Luyanda Mabuza

THEMBELIHLE MABUZA EMPIRE

Secunda

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

602

Thembisa Ngomana

Fresh and Clean

East London

15/07/2020

R4,900.00

603

Thenjiwe Sithole

Indumiso Trading and Projects

TSHWANE

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

604

Thlompho Mekgwe

Posh Scents (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

22/08/2020

R8,800.00

605

Thobeka Ntshangase

MALONJENI LOGISTICS

EMALAHLENI

19/05/2020

R10,000.00

606

Thokozani Buthelezi

BACK STITCH CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

607

Thokozani Majaha Shongwe

SHAME D ENTERTAINMENT

Secunda

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

608

Tholakele Nkosi

Feast and Press Forward Hospitality (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R8,025.00

609

Tholakele Nkosi

NAPEKUNENE STEEL WORKS

Secunda

25/05/2020

R8,669.10

610

Thukela Zumani

Cebolethonga Project Management Services

Port Elizabeth

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

611

Thulani Radebe

Polrad Investments (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

18/05/2020

R4,625.00

612

Thusho Tyson Mokgoto

Lofty Brainchild (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

08/08/2020

R10,000.00

613

Tiisetso Matsietsa

Sempaleng Construction (pty) ltd

Waterberg

13/05/2020

R9,500.00

614

Tiyiselani Ndlovu

kwamashu IT Solutions (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

18/07/2020

R4,200.00

615

TOKA LINTSA

TROT YOUR GLOBE

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R10,000.00

616

Treasure Cindi

Treasure Cindi Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

Durban

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

617

Trudy Mkansi

Ambesha Africa (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/05/2020

R10,000.00

618

Tsepo Brilliant Kgomo

HTK CONTRACTORS(PTY)LTD

Secunda

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

619

Tshedza Ravele

KG Light General Trading and Construction (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

23/06/2020

R7,000.00

620

Tshegofatso Stone

Cucumbers and Cream (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R9,500.00

621

TSHEPO FOLI

FOLI HOLDINGS (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R7,000.00

622

Tshepo Kgapane

XXL HOLDINGS (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R4,000.00

623

Tshepo Khoza

Spotless Intensive Cleaning Unit (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

22/08/2020

R10,000.00

624

Tshepo Munene

T Software

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R7,500.00

625

Tshepo Namate

SteppForward (Pty) Ltd

Waterberg

27/05/2020

R4,770.00

626

Tshifhiwa Inocentia Rambado

Retrobee (Pty)Ltd

Thulamela

17/07/2020

R10,000.00

627

Tshitereke Joshua Nzeru

Nerupa holdings project (Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R3,500.00

628

Tsholofelo Ruth Leso

Burger Valley (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R9,500.00

629

Tshwarelo Lekgau

Nkangala Training Centre

EMALAHLENI

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

630

Tswakae Moriti

Tswakae Styles and Designs (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

15/07/2020

R7,251.76

631

Tumelo Hamese

HM Engineering Solutions

Polokwane

22/05/2020

R7,500.00

632

Tumelo Ramolefe

Solution Brand Africa

Mahikeng

23/05/2020

R8,000.00

633

Tumelo Rasephei

BBC Creative Industries (PTY)Ltd

Bloemfontein

21/07/2020

R8,500.00

634

Tursius Ruiters

King Cold Finance

PORT ELIZABETH

29/06/2020

R3,500.00

635

Tuwani Rudolf Meyer

Masa Sunrise Costruction

Polokwane

13/05/2020

R10,000.00

636

Twabu Nkokheli

VDS Concepts

Alfred Nzo

14/05/2020

R9,500.00

637

Tyler Drake

Drakes Academy

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

638

Varsha Sewpersad

Varsha Sewpersad Audiology and Speech Therapy Practice cc

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

639

Veronica Kambule

PARADISO DESIGNS

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R4,500.00

640

Veronica Leshabana

Flexis Solutions

Kimberley

29/06/2020

R3,500.00

641

VIWE MTANGA

THE POT HANDLER T/A CUTICLE NAILS AND BEAUTY

MTHATHA

29/06/2020

R9,950.00

642

Vonani Mathebula

BRAINS EMPOWERMENT

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R3,500.00

643

Vongani Lucky Banda

Luxion Trading and Projects

WestRand

19/05/2020

R3,500.00

644

Vukani Ngwabi

Vukanih consultants and constructors

Durban

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

645

Vutomi Carol Chauke

MUNHLA TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD

Thulamela

22/08/2020

R9,500.00

646

Vuyisa Solinjani

Ntsingiselo Yobom General Trading

East London

04/09/2020

R9,840.00

647

Vuyisanani Bonga Diniso

Khulasakhe Holdings (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

06/07/2020

R6,750.00

648

Vuyisile Dhlomo

Dhlomo Exquisite Creations Pty Ltd

Bloemfontein

14/07/2020

R3,550.00

649

Vuyo Mxhonywa

Smart Modern Interior Designs

East London

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

650

Vuyo Tshobonga

Mbambi Holding/Imbewu Farming

East London

15/07/2020

R5,500.00

651

Vuyokazi Magida

Lingomso Lethu Enterprise

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

652

Vuyokazi Mkhwanazi

Automate Digital (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

08/05/2020

R5,000.00

653

Vuyokazi Mkhwanazi

Automate Digital (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

27/05/2020

R6,910.00

654

Vuyolwethu Dominic Fortune Nontenja

Iziko Solutions

Cape Town

02/06/2020

R10,000.00

655

WANDILE MDLALOSE

WAZA EVENTS MANAGEMENT

Richards Bay

29/06/2020

R6,000.00

656

Wendy Makaba

Ikamva Trading

Cape Town

25/06/2020

R5,500.00

657

William Mkhonza

WILLIAM MKHONZA TRADING AND PROJECT (PTY)LTD

Secunda

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

658

William Siyabonga Kekana

Construction SERV Solutions
(Pty) Ltd

Ekurhuleni

23/07/2020

R9,500.00

659

Wiseman Thandanani Mngadi

Wise Move Deliveries (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

08/08/2020

R9,072.94

660

Wonder Mahlangu

MAHLANGUNTUL TRADING (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

28/05/2020

R6,400.00

661

Wongiwe Godlo

Expos and Promos

TSHWANE

13/05/2020

R10,000.00

662

Xolani Sibiya

Ratolani Construction

Secunda

18/05/2020

R6,605.00

663

Xolelwa Mqwathi

Xolelwa Communications and Projects

Sedibeng

10/07/2020

R9,600.00

664

Xolisa Kolobile

Kolobile Mayekiso Hiring Services

PORT ELIZABETH

21/07/2020

R3,500.00

665

Yandisa Mjuda

Monwabisi Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R2,900.00

666

Yanelisa Jokweni/ Qiniso Gwala

Sakhiwesihle QY Construction (Pty) Ltd

Durban

18/07/2020

R9,660.00

667

Yangelihle Magxagxa

Sizo Projects (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

04/06/2020

R7,000.00

668

Yedwa Nomafusi

Makhalendlovu Construction and Projects

Alfred Nzo

15/07/2020

R9,500.00

669

yingisani faith Khosa

Impact education (Pty) Ltd

Thulamela

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

670

Yolisa Mtshengu

YCM Traders

East London

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

671

Yoliswa Mbotho

Alluring Aesthetic

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R8,450.00

672

Yonela Mgudlwa

Yaya Zondwa General Trading

East London

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

673

Yonela Ndzoboyi

Lecolin green

Alfred Nzo

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

674

Yongama Siphunzi

Final Decision Trading & Projects

Alfred Nzo

04/07/2020

R9,980.00

675

Zakhele Sikepe

ZROSE VENTURES

Kimberley

04/07/2020

R3,500.00

676

Zamani Khwela

Zanokuhle Consulting

Durban

29/06/2020

R5,500.00

677

Zandile Mangesi

Benie Tiles

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R10,000.00

678

Zanele Baleni

Tharollo Afrika

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

679

Zanele Mdakane

EYAMA DUKWASE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES

Johannesburg

22/08/2020

R3,500.00

680

Zimkitha Ngcai

Esolona Investment

East London

23/07/2020

R7,000.00

681

Zola Nyiki

July Eighteen Trading

PORT ELIZABETH

23/05/2020

R3,500.00

682

Zolani Feni

Feni Z Trading Enterprise

Port Elizabeth

24/07/2020

R1,000.00

683

Zunaid Engel

Procure Supply and Media Co

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

684

Zwelihle Ntuli

Izimpisi amabhele trading pty ltd

Richards Bay

15/07/2020

R7,000.00

685

Zwelithini Mabaso

Perfor Construction

Durban

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

686

Phumzile Ngwenya

Flashjet Printers (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

05/08/2020

R8,355.00

687

Mmatoka Mophuthing

Mmatoka Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

22/08/2020

R9,000.00

688

Ishmael Managa

Managa Consortium

Johannesburg

18/08/2020

R3,500.00

689

Nokubonga Mandlantse

Bonga Magebane EnterPrise (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R10,000.00

690

Maria Aletta van Wijk

Not Applicable

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R8,827.22

691

Tembisa Thelma Sabela

SABELA TRIO

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R7,473.50

692

Lonwabo Ngcwayi

ULonwabo Images

Port Elizabeth

08/08/2020

R8,760.00

693

Donald Madzhiabada

VICTORY-BEST TRADING (PTY) LTD

Johannesburg

08/08/2020

R6,500.00

694

Thabang Thobejane

E 'n T Electronic Design and Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

08/08/2020

R4,900.00

695

Kamogelo Makgabo

Fratelli Lifestyle (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

05/08/2020

R5,165.00

696

Cebo Mbatha

TOP 3 ENG PTY LTD

Ekurhuleni

14/08/2020

R3,500.00

697

Solomuzi Alert Majozi

TZONE ENTERPRISES (PTY) LTD

Ekurhuleni

19/08/2020

R9,500.00

698

SIPOSETU JILATA

AGRIC EC (PTY) LTD

MTHATHA

04/09/2020

R10,000.00

699

Luzuko Socamangashe

Digital Lunar Solutions (Pty) Ltd

East London

09/09/2020

R9,750.00

700

Okuhle Mancunga

Okman Trading (Pty) Ltd

East London

09/09/2020

R9,710.00

701

Nkosinathi Thabethe

GREATONE INFINITY DESIGN (PTY) LTD

Mbombela

09/09/2020

R10,000.00

702

Elsie Mahlangu

PLANET 4 TRADING AND PROJECTS

Secunda

09/09/2020

R9,475.00

703

Eon Van Wyk

J E M International Studios (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

08/08/2020

R10,000.00

704

Dominique Ducell Mogano

Bella Stone Network (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

19/08/2020

R7,700.00

705

Morakane Sandra Rathabeng

LERUHU (PTY) LTD

WestRand

19/08/2020

R7,340.00

706

Noorun-Nisaa Abrahams

Beitul Eilm

Cape Town

28/08/2020

R10,000.00

707

Tshegofatso Maredi

MAREDI HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD

Sedibeng

22/08/2020

R8,490.00

708

Morongwe Sarah Mokone

THE ALICE GROUP (PTY) LTD

WestRand

06/05/2020

R10,000.00

709

Portia Makau

Not Applicable

WestRand

06/05/2020

R7,500.00

710

Oscar Melvine Sithole

Newgistics Freight Solutions (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

06/05/2020

R10,000.00

711

Vusimuzi K F Montsho

Brikcon SA (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

06/05/2020

R10,000.00

712

Mbuso Ngwenya

Boys Auto

Newcastle

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

713

Katlego M.I. Letlala

The Tosh

Rustenburg

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

714

Anele Gwyneth Mnisi

THANATELO TRADING (PTY)LTD

Secunda

07/05/2020

R10,000.00

715

Brighton Kagiso Maduana

Madux (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

716

Sibusiso Lincorn Ngwenya

Crocs Clothiing (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

717

Muzikayise Hutchson Mbungela

The Mousistcoza (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

08/05/2020

R10,000.00

718

Francious Smith

WALKING WOOD

Rustenburg

12/05/2020

R9,300.00

719

Ubed Shaikh

Kopana Distributer and Projects

Mahikeng

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

720

Bonginkosi Jacob Zulu

Mabuntle Enterprises (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

721

Sfiso Hadebe

Khethukuthula Service Provider (Pty) Ltd

Newcastle

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

722

Tina Bulube

Hlumani Surfacing (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

12/05/2020

R9,500.00

723

Unathi Ngejane

Amandl'entombi Trading and Projects

Alfred Nzo

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

724

Inga Mabini

Eengah (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

12/05/2020

R7,144.50

725

Vincent Nkasha

Royal Minds Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Mahikeng

12/05/2020

R10,000.00

726

Priscilla Lekalakala

Puo Media (Pty) Ltd

Tshwane

13/05/2020

R10,000.00

727

Bukhosi Mkhize

Ubukhosi Sales and Marketing (Pty) Ltd

Tshwane

13/05/2020

R10,000.00

728

Luciano Augustus

DJ Photo Booths

Port Elizabeth

13/05/2020

R9,098.80

729

Priscilla Mukondeleli

Vhaleya Suppliers (Pty) Ltd

Polokwane

13/05/2020

R10,000.00

730

Khutso Lucas Mashilo

Shilo Design Studio (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

13/05/2020

R10,000.00

731

Ronald Mogobye

Rantlha Construction and Civil (Pty) Ltd

Thabazimbi

13/05/2020

R8,439.06

732

Lucia Tebogo Ritshivhadelo

Pha2-tshedzo Trading (Pty) Ltd

Tshwane

13/05/2020

R10,000.00

733

Bongani Tshabalala

Lad Vance

Bloemfontein

23/05/2020

R3,250.00

734

Itumeleng Hlapane

Shape Café

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R9,500.00

735

Thapelo Paul Tedile

TT Systems POS PTY Ltd

Johannesburg

20/08/2020

R2,800.00

736

Tsholanang Habedi

TN HABEDI PROJECTS (PTY) LTD

Johannesburg

20/08/2020

R4,850.00

737

Sinekhaya Advocate Manciya

SNEZAR (PTY) LTD

Johannesburg

09/09/2020

R4,000.00

738

Lefakane Steven Khotso

K S Group (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

06/08/2020

R10,000.00

739

Kealeboga Leeuw

Not Applicable

West Rand

05/08/2020

R7,900.00

740

Thuli Violet Mazibuko

TM20 Trading Projects

Johannesburg

22/08/2020

R9,039.00

741

Lusanda Magwape

Lu and B (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R7,000.00

742

Dumisani Jefferson Madikane

Jefferson Madikane T/A Jefferson's Driving School

Cape Town

19/08/2020

R5,500.00

743

Thebeyapelo Phiri

YEYE CLAD (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

22/08/2020

R3,000.00

744

Maleho Walter Mosieleng

Walters Tire Repair Centre (Pty) Ltd

Rustenburg

16/05/2020

R10,000.00

745

Banison Kgosi Mthembu

Ditsala City Glassworx and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Rustenburg

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

746

Nolubabalo Mayedwa

Mayedwa Ka Mboya (Pty) Ltd

East London

19/05/2020

R10,000.00

747

Luyanda Brian Vava

Widelink Technologies (Pty) Ltd

East London

19/05/2020

R9,500.00

748

Lihle Tukute

Thuma Thina Holding (Pty) Ltd

West Rand

19/05/2020

R3,500.00

749

Mpho Makhele

Landercy (Pty) Ltd

Emalahleni

19/05/2020

R6,000.00

750

Afika Mbandazayo

Siyonwabisa Holdings (Pty) Ltd T/A AfikaM Hair and Beauty

East London

19/05/2020

R10,000.00

751

Nothando Zondi

MANCINZA HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD

Secunda

23/06/2020

R9,367.05

752

Zeenath Hussain

Not Applicable

Durban

25/06/2020

R7,000.00

753

Randall Cloete

Sinenjonga Trading and Services (Pty) Ltd

Kimberley

25/06/2020

R9,500.00

754

Jillian Jennifer Nortje

Rowena's Cottage (Pty) Ltd

Kimberley

25/06/2020

R9,500.00

755

Khwezi Luthuli

Thandikhwezi Training And Supplies (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

25/06/2020

R8,500.00

756

Lauren Wilson

Eco Ads Trading and Services (Pty) Ltd

WestRand

06/07/2020

R8,000.00

757

Zandile Chabangu

Clickinn Computer Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

06/07/2020

R10,000.00

758

Ndibane Thombo Mohlala

Kat Grads (Pty) Ltd

Emalahleni

08/07/2020

R6,500.00

759

Michael Peterson Masina

MPM Great Projects

Ekurhuleni

08/07/2020

R3,500.00

760

Asive Maxama

Wakanda African Restaurant (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

08/07/2020

R5,800.00

761

Donald Sibusiso Mthombothi

Bayaphelasa (Pty) Ltd

Thabazimbi

08/07/2020

R5,583.94

762

Agcobile Nofemele

Blue Woods Cabs and Tours (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

14/08/2020

R10,000.00

763

Mzingisi Michael Tyelingane

Mamdlane'sTrading and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

06/08/2020

R10,000.00

764

Paulivin Samuel Webster

Not Applicable

Cape Town

06/08/2020

R5,000.00

765

Sazi Ntshobane

PI Civils (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

06/07/2020

R10,000.00

766

Amos Sphiwe Mazibuko

C'Phiwane 01 Construction and Cleaning (Pty) Ltd

Ladysmith

06/07/2020

R10,000.00

767

Gladwell Glance Mohlala

Glance and Family Invesment (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

06/07/2020

R9,650.00

768

Nthabiseng Tomotomo

Lipodyne Trading (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

13/05/2020

R5,925.00

769

Lubabalo Ndzoyiya

Siya Emerger Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

14/05/2020

R8,900.00

770

Lulama Gift Nketshisa

Gimmick Trading (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

14/05/2020

R9,500.00

771

Bongumusa Tembe

K2020178167 (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R4,700.00

772

Bongiwe Mbatha

Shandu Supply Company (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R9,600.00

773

Zanele Mathe

Global Rush Productions (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R9,328.00

774

Phischorald Chuene Duba

Alufitz Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

14/05/2020

R9,579.00

775

Vele Muhadi

K2015434061 (SOUTH AFRICA) (Pty) Ltd

West Rand

14/05/2020

R3,500.00

776

Siphokazi Nogojela

Poshy A (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

14/05/2020

R10,000.00

777

Nhlanhla Mnikathi

K2018113902 (SOUTH AFRICA) (Pty) Ltd

Durban

16/05/2020

R7,500.00

778

Lebohang Mokoena

Bokang Assignments (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

18/05/2020

R4,100.00

779

Joyce Mpotle

Artistics Blends (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

25/05/2020

R9,000.00

780

Katlego Shoba

Medsac Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

Groblersdal

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

781

Bongani Joshua Sithole

BJAdminsolutions (Pty) Ltd

Groblersdal

20/05/2020

R6,908.48

782

Peter Thapelo Motseo

Sekhukhune Times (Pty) Ltd

Groblersdal

20/05/2020

R9,350.00

783

Tumelo Molapo

Folyamatos Stream Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

29/06/2020

R4,570.00

784

Simphiwe Tshikiza

Not Applicable

Secunda

29/06/2020

R5,674.15

785

Khangokuhle Vukile Mdletshe

The Cleanedup SA (Pty) Ltd

Richards Bay

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

786

Anele Cliff Cebisa

Not Applicable

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R5,000.00

787

Vuyelwa Nontando Ndlovu

Oumas Group (Pty) Ltd

West Rand

29/06/2020

R7,715.31

788

Busisiwe Dyobiso

Cool Ideas 1440 (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R9,000.00

789

Nkosinathi Ricahrd Malindisa

NKORICH (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

29/06/2020

R7,000.00

790

Yusuf Cachalia

Dynaz CC

Waterberg

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

791

Kemisho Daniel Motholo

KEMICHEM (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

792

Khanya Magobozi

MK Trans (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

28/05/2020

R9,350.00

793

Lorian Daniels

Wezlo (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

794

Ramone Samuels

Sawmills Funeral Services (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

795

Jan Marthinus Saayman

JMT Services and Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

18/05/2020

R10,000.00

796

Nkosiyamangwe Mvelase

Min2Net (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

18/05/2020

R9,300.00

797

Mandla Shabangu

Nwatiki Trading (Pty) Ltd

Bohlabela

18/05/2020

R9,999.90

798

Gugulethu Lelimo

K2016202924 (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

18/05/2020

R6,500.00

799

Mzokhanyayo Titos Ngobo

Besuited (Pty)Ltd

Ladysmith

28/05/2020

R10,000.00

800

Brandon Carlo Williams

Williams CB Enterprises (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

801

Mhlengi Mluleki Ngcobo

Coffeemm (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

802

Thulo Matli

Ten2drive (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

803

Sidwell Bayanda Radebe

BSR Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R9,850.00

804

Thembelihle Msezane

Mashobalee Spa Longe (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

25/05/2020

R7,885.00

805

Lereal Thousand

Team OHS (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

806

Nadia Du Preez

Pro Academy Dance (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

807

Ayabonga Jelemani

Not Applicable

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

808

Prudence Noluthando Rotwane

Love-Infinity Media (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

27/05/2020

R8,864.94

809

Eon James Paulse

Woutie Granite and Maintenance Services (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

810

Julia Tyalisi

Jumping Joy Events (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

811

Naledzani Calrton Mashau

NNL And Partners Construction (Pty) Ltd

Polokwane

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

812

Aphiwe Titana

Not Applicable

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

813

Leroy Ngalo

Ngumpinga (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

25/05/2020

R9,500.00

814

Tumelo Jeremia Semenya

Eyelisten Media (Pty) Ltd

Polokwane

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

815

MVELELI NGALO

VELISOKUHLE TRADING ENTERPRISE

MTHATHA

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

816

Maerman Masango

Bona Africa (Pty) Ltd

EMALAHLENI

22/05/2020

R9,920.00

817

Oratilwe Nameng

Mesora Experiences (Pty) Ltd

Rustenburg

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

818

Etienne Pierre Bruwer

Tres Hermanos (Pty) Ltd

Durban

20/05/2020

R9,000.00

819

Kivesh Naidoo

Intentional Accounting (Pty) Ltd

Durban

21/05/2020

R9,000.00

820

Zine Ndamase

Zee Edibles SA (Pty) Ltd

Tshwane

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

821

Lucky Kahlolo Sekgobela

Tshepo Kahlolo Glass and Aluminium (Pty) Ltd

Tshwane

20/05/2020

R10,000.00

822

Thandeka Lucia Zelda Mbutuma

Cadenta (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

18/05/2020

R9,519.29

823

Mankadime Geoffrey Marutla

Mano Matle Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Groblersdal

18/05/2020

R9,850.00

824

Jerry Mphomane

Beadica Construction 191 cc

Cape Town

22/05/2020

R10,000.00

825

Sivenathi Njamela

Nathi's Nail and Beauty Bar (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

826

Sabelo Ngidi

Amahle Travel Management (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R9,300.00

827

Pearl Mbalenhle Xulu

Ibheshu Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

828

Patrick Themba Nhlapo

Tesha Foundation (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

25/05/2020

R6,000.00

829

Fezekile Msimang

Nzuri Pingendo (Pty) Ltd

Tshwane

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

830

Tshilidzi Rachel Mudau

Skinere Internet Café (Pty) Ltd

Thulamela

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

831

Livhuwani Rodney Tshipuke

Pat and Jul Paints (Pty) Ltd

Thulamela

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

832

Raymond Masete Madibogo

Lupfumo Lwa Vhaduhulu vha (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

27/05/2020

R8,500.00

833

Portia Busisiwe Shabalala

BUPOSHA EVENTS AND SUPPLIERS (PTY) LTD

Secunda

25/05/2020

R7,250.00

834

Richard Sbusiso Ngubeni

ALWANDE SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION (PTY) LTD

Secunda

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

835

Mpho Gift Sebatle

Hashtag Young Evolution (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

836

Deon Martin Cyster

Not Applicable

Cape Town

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

837

Asyria Ntombi Fume

Devine Touch Restaurant (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

25/05/2020

R9,900.00

838

Kykle Naidoo

Kyro Print (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

839

Olga Vockerodt-Davids

WHD Engineering (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

840

Lindokuhle Mmeli Stanley Shelembe

Shakesshem (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

841

Zain Bana

Steady State Ventures (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

842

Andre Williams

Aweengineering (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

25/05/2020

R10,000.00

843

Basize Ngwenya

BASIZEAFRICA (PTY) LTD

Secunda

25/05/2020

R9,985.30

844

Lerato Motlokoa

Oom Piet Business and Trading (Pty) Ltd

Waterberg

27/05/2020

R7,500.00

845

Anga Bonanga

Bonsolo Trading (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

846

Edward Mantyi

Edward Mantyi T/A Family Take Away

Cape Town

27/05/2020

R10,000.00

847

Landulwazi Benevolence Mchunu

Tailor Milano Production (Pty)

Secunda

01/06/2020

R7,600.00

848

Thabisile Sweetness Mabeadi

Mabeadi Sweetthaby Business Consulting (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

849

Zanele Precious Mnguni

Precious Stones Creations (Pty) Ltd

Emalahleni

01/06/2020

R6,500.00

850

Deon Donson

Deon Donson T/A Masisebenzisane

Cape Town

02/06/2020

R10,000.00

851

Mxolisi Nkabinde

Intaba Accountants and Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Newcastle

02/06/2020

R8,900.00

852

Thuthukani Mwelase

Paper Cubes (Pty) Ltd

Durban

03/06/2020

R9,650.00

853

Simon Sema

Simluc Internationals (Pty) Ltd

Polokwane

03/06/2020

R7,500.00

854

Nonduduzo Penelope Sithole

Ndujobe (Pty) Ltd

Durban

03/06/2020

R9,580.88

855

Sipho Julias Shili

Hlohlingwe Korweni Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Emalahleni

04/06/2020

R6,000.00

856

Alicia Lourens

Da Vine Health (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

04/06/2020

R10,000.00

857

Nadia Mariette Von Maltitz

Cuberoo (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

29/05/2020

R6,800.00

858

Mandisa Qunta

The Fam (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/05/2020

R9,000.00

859

Philip Nkosana Nhlanhla Mnisi

Connect Konke SA (Pty) Ltd

Emalahleni

01/06/2020

R6,300.00

860

Lwanele Thom

Enothabo (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

861

Khabo Eunice Madlala

Lobenani Trading (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

862

Thabiso Maphanga

Break Bread Consulting (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

01/06/2020

R10,000.00

863

Tina Tshevu

Nuvo Ink (Pty) Ltd

East London

20/06/2020

R3,500.00

864

Menzi Dlomo

Mncwazi Consortium (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

20/06/2020

R6,287.00

865

Thembelihle Pretty Radebe

Thembeuhle's Hair Dresser Salon (Pty) Ltd

Ladysmith

20/06/2020

R8,300.00

866

Refilwe Lacia Mangena

Lalacia Co (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

23/06/2020

R5,500.00

867

Edwin Paseka Kalaku

Kalaku Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

23/06/2020

R8,816.92

868

Londeka Zondeka Gule

Ngwane Plain T Shirts and Printing (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

20/06/2020

R8,200.00

869

Constance Mohlala

Maswao a Tsela Signs and Road Marking (Pty) Ltd

Emalahleni

28/05/2020

R3,500.00

870

Siphiwe Luzuko Letompa

Ubutsha Investments (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

871

Asiphe Sibango

Boka Media (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

13/08/2020

R10,000.00

872

Magnificent Njabulo Mavimbela

Bearded G (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

13/08/2020

R9,500.00

873

Nolitha Innocentia Qhuma

Rea' Nubia (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

26/08/2020

R6,000.00

874

Mncedi Qata

Solid Management Services (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

09/09/2020

R10,000.00

875

Olwethu Mzuku

Olethu Security Guards and Construction Services (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

09/09/2020

R6,194.00

876

Sabelo Ntuli

TTS Corporate (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

09/09/2020

R5,700.00

877

Keletso Mankopane Moraba

Keletso Moraba (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

09/09/2020

R10,000.00

878

Peter Jabulane Motloung

Bonjanziks Primary Co-operative Ltd

Sedibeng

28/07/2020

R8,900.00

879

Kelebogile Kgosasa

Kelebogile Kgosasa T/A Unique Day and Mobile Spa

Bloemfontein

24/07/2020

R3,000.00

880

Neo Mokae

Mokae's Civil and General Trading (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

23/07/2020

R8,000.00

881

Motlalepule Joseph Mohale

Motlalepitso Group (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

23/07/2020

R4,500.00

882

Ludwe Ayabonga Booi

Preciosa (Pty) Ltd

Chris Hani

23/07/2020

R7,000.00

883

Kitso Itumeleng Maboko

Maboko Consultancy (Pty) Ltd

Kimberley

21/07/2020

R8,286.41

884

Busisiwe Promise Come

Fotozone (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

21/07/2020

R10,000.00

885

Mawethu Reginald Mdeliswa

Not Applicable

Secunda

21/07/2020

R9,800.00

886

Aaron Kgahliso Sekgoto

Amahles Angel (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

20/07/2020

R10,000.00

887

Andile Ndlovu

Andile's Kitchenette (Pty) Ltd

Durban

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

888

Babalwa Ngcengce

Ulophu (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

18/07/2020

R9,500.00

889

Noxolo Booi

Not Applicable

Cape Town

18/07/2020

R7,500.00

890

Lesitsi Tladi

Boikemisetso Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

891

Chumani Hempe

Ingwili Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

East London

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

892

Nomawethu Dlayedwa-Mkhalakahla

Nomawethu Dlayedwa ND (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

18/07/2020

R8,500.00

893

Vuyokazi Mjacu

L and L Legacy (Pty) Ltd

East London

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

894

Tshegofatso Nyalungu

T Nyalungu Inc (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

15/07/2020

R9,941.04

895

Ongezile Mqokeli

K2019576298 (Pty) Ltd

Port Elizabeth

15/07/2020

R2,400.00

896

Gcinile Sitole

K2019062494 (PTY) LTD

East London

15/07/2020

R9,600.00

897

Buselwa Siganga

Not Applicable

Cape Town

15/07/2020

R5,400.00

898

Mohammed Waseem Randeree

Rand Chem Industries (Pty) Ltd

Durban

15/07/2020

R7,000.00

899

Tyeba Nini

Rolung-Over Trading

East London

15/07/2020

R9,000.00

900

Warren Jeftha

Cape Law Xps

Cape Town

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

901

Mashile Phasha

500 Concepts (Pty) Ltd

Polokwane

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

902

Zamanyambose Mthethwa

Mclaw Promotions (Pty) Ltd

Richards Bay

15/07/2020

R4,500.00

903

Joshua Chetty

Cool Tint (Pty) Ltd

Port Elizabeth

15/07/2020

R9,000.00

904

Reyen Pillay

Ekai (Pty) Ltd

Ekuruleni

16/07/2020

R7,000.00

905

Nobuhle Mahlangu

Bbb Spa (Pty) Ltd

Ekuruleni

16/07/2020

R7,500.00

906

Teddy Banda

Msumundze (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

17/07/2020

R10,000.00

907

Solomzi Siswana

Koumoroy General Trading (Pty) Ltd

East London

17/07/2020

R9,300.00

908

Aphiwe Gxashe

Apix Con (Pty) Ltd

East London

17/07/2020

R8,139.70

909

Chuma Hlengane

Chuma Hlengane And Partners Inc

Chris Hani

17/07/2020

R4,800.00

910

Siyabonga Mhlabane

Alfred Daisy Group (Pty) Ltd

Mbombela

18/07/2020

R10,000.00

911

Romeo Sefika

Omfc (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

21/07/2020

R8,200.00

912

Mangaliso Belle

Le Duke Life Events Decor And Entertainment (Pty) Ltd

East London

21/07/2020

R10,000.00

913

Refilwe Senoko

Unexpected Clithing General Trading

Bloemfontein

21/07/2020

R10,000.00

914

Sanelisiwe Makhubu

Nelees Creations (Pty)Ltd

Emalahleni

23/07/2020

R3,500.00

915

Thato Motlhaolwa

Not Applicable

Johannesburg

23/07/2020

R4,000.00

916

Msebenzi Kumalo

Featherweight (Pty) Ltd

Kimberley

23/07/2020

R8,000.00

917

Linathi Nkani

Slj Media

Ekuruleni

23/07/2020

R7,200.00

918

Sandile Majola

Major Tech Engineering (Pty) Ltd

Richards Bay

23/07/2020

R4,500.00

919

Ndavha Masithi

Mndserv Holdings

Johannesburg

23/07/2020

R9,602.00

920

Tshegohatso Chifokoyo

Ishecorp

Kimberley

23/07/2020

R3,500.00

921

Munzhedzi Singo

The. O Graphic Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Thulamela

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

922

Nomfundo Qulo

Not Applicable

Johannesburg

23/07/2020

R4,000.00

923

Thembikile Sosibo

Iyphuzo Zethu Sosibo (Pty) Ltd

Ekuruleni

23/07/2020

R6,000.00

924

Mxolisi Mazibuko

Rejcorp (Pty) Ltd

Kimberley

23/07/2020

R3,500.00

925

Kgodiso Lebea, Maimela Mohale

Jk Foods (Pty) Ltd

Polokwane

23/07/2020

R10,000.00

926

Andani Netsianda

Masane Agro Processing (Pty) Ltd

Thulamela

24/07/2020

R5,500.00

927

Motty Munyai

Afrimotty Beauty Spa (Pty) Ptd

Thulamela

24/07/2020

R7,500.00

928

Siyaam Hartley

Hp Freight (Pty) Ltd

Emalahleni

24/07/2020

R3,500.00

929

Nic-Peter Papier

Not Applicable

Kimberley

24/07/2020

R3,500.00

930

Tsietsi Mononela

Black Point Innovations Group (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

24/07/2020

R10,000.00

931

Leigh Mcvitty

Cocobana Canvas

East London

28/07/2020

R10,000.00

932

Mokete Sebetlela

Cosmos Bros (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

28/07/2020

R8,000.00

933

Zola Namhla Hlaba

Leaad Projects (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

934

Ludwe Khambule

Khambule Hospitality Provisions (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

935

Mohamed Firhaad Kazi

Juniors Driving Academy

Cape Town

25/06/2020

R10,000.00

936

Maite Julia Madibogo

Kgosigadi Beauty (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

20/06/2020

R3,500.00

937

Sarveshen Naidoo

Shakti Occassions (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

20/06/2020

R7,200.00

938

Roxaan Shergay Scheepers

Renewed 777 (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

22/06/2020

R10,000.00

939

Fundiswa Mazamisa

Fundie's Eatery (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R8,500.00

940

Lukhanyiso Ntlokwana

Intsimango Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

Port Elizabeth

23/06/2020

R7,000.00

941

Justin Pillay

OV Graphics (Pty) Ltd

Tshwane

23/06/2020

R9,507.00

942

Vuka Lungelo Dube

VM Travellers (Pty) Ltd

Durban

23/06/2020

R8,688.30

943

Anda Henderson Mthulu

MSI Exclusive Shoe Shine and Services

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

944

Siphamandla Mthintweni

Epiphany Enterprise and Other Projects (Pty) Ltd

Mthatha

23/06/2020

R9,911.00

945

Nolufefe Ngojela

Amatolo Internal Auditors And Tax Practitioners (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

29/06/2020

R9,970.00

946

Marojean De Bod

Marojean De Bod T/A MJ Artistry

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

947

Nkululeko Ndilekani Dyosini

Don Dyosini Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

02/07/2020

R9,490.33

948

Nokulunga Phumelele Khumalo

Get2Natural Beauty (Pty) Ltd

Durban

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

949

Michay Tammy Eksteen

Michay Eksteen T/A Tams Photography

Cape Town

03/07/2020

R5,850.00

950

Karabo Reginah Lucas

Nonkabo (Pty) Ltd

Kimberley

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

951

Thokozani Zuma

Appmaniazar (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

952

Bonginkosi Shezi

Shukulasi Construction (Pty) Ltd

Durban

03/07/2020

R9,128.69

953

Sakhiwo Doda

Ngubelani (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

954

Lizahn Claudia Esterhuizen

Lizahn Claudia Esterhuizen T/A Lizahn Esterhuizen Physiotherapy

Kimberley

29/06/2020

R9,303.76

955

Robert Munyai

Café Delicia (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

956

Hlatsila Hendrick Nku

African Iris Landscaping Consultation Décor and Design (Pty) Ltd

Thabazimbi

29/06/2020

R4,424.00

957

Ayanda Sihlahla

ATS Civils and Trading (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

958

Mbongeni Welcome Ntshalintshali

Madola Eggs Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

29/06/2020

R8,207.92

959

Reitemogile Mashigo

OM15Tau (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

29/06/2020

R8,832.00

960

Baratang Nkhuna

Tumisho At Work (Pty) Ltd

Thabazimbi

29/06/2020

R1,700.00

961

Sphindile Gumede

5 Stars Laundry (Pty) Ltd

Durban

29/06/2020

R7,900.00

962

Sizwe Cyprian Gumbi

Gumbis Farming Project (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

963

Johannes Kruger

Greenchain Group (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

964

Bongani Chabalala

Aircrowd (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

965

Musawenkosi Qwabe

Le' Poh Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

966

Mashooda Abrahams

Einstein Toddler Academy (Pty) Ltd

Port Elizabeth

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

967

Simthembile Magqabi

Magnosim Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

29/06/2020

R4,860.00

968

Olwethu Poswa

Not Applicable

Cape Town

03/07/2020

R9,500.00

969

Shilley Kwes

Not Applicable

Kimberley

03/07/2020

R3,500.00

970

Stephanie Harmse

Stephanie Harmse T/A SS Harmse

Cape Town

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

971

Siphelele Mpungose

Eleponzo (Pty) Ltd

Richards Bay

04/07/2020

R7,000.00

972

Mofumahadi Lady Tshabangu

Bafobesizwe Trading (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

06/07/2020

R9,000.00

973

Emmanuel Lebea

Manafrisol Group (Pty) Ltd

Tzaneen

10/07/2020

R10,000.00

974

Pule Kelvin Dube

Graphics Zone Branding (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

10/07/2020

R6,099.00

975

Lovedonia Tumisang Seshoka

Satumo Sewing and Embroidery (Pty) Ltd

Tzaneen

10/07/2020

R10,000.00

976

Sachin Michael Lendis

Get Komfy (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

25/06/2020

R10,000.00

977

Nokuthula Luthuli

Smoothie On The Go (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

25/06/2020

R7,800.00

978

Ruth Noxolisa Ndyalivani

Woow Kids (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

25/06/2020

R10,000.00

979

Thabo Mosole

Thatha Solutions Projects (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

25/06/2020

R10,000.00

980

Zanele Mokgalaka

Mmakhelelo African Boutique (Pty) Ltd

Durban

25/06/2020

R8,500.00

981

Matsobane Shika

Spotlock Group (Pty) Ltd

Tshwane

25/06/2020

R10,000.00

982

Nafeesa Kherekar

Head 2 Toe Make-up and Hairstyling School

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

983

Karina Gajjar

Karina Gajjar T/A Karina Gajjar Podiatry

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R7,677.69

984

Lolwethu Mapukata

Loza Plumbing and Maintenance

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

985

Elre Du Plessis

Elre Du Plessis T/A Elre Hair salon

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R7,500.00

986

Leandre Mitchley

Leandre Mitchley T/A LS Pigs Farming

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R6,200.00

987

Zibele Monwabisi Sabuka

SBK Transits Projects (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R8,200.00

988

Terencia Bent

Sweegan (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

989

Sive Mmeleli

SiveB (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R3,500.00

990

Luvo Qumba

Q Tech Engineering (Pty) Ltd

Durban

29/06/2020

R9,136.33

991

Refilwe Phologolo

Zamocode (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R9,000.00

992

Lindiwe Mdluli

Khalesi (Pty) Ltd

Johannesburg

29/06/2020

R9,250.00

993

Nene Mfoki

Flight Connector (Pty) Ltd

Sedibeng

20/06/2020

R7,611.86

994

Shaun Ruan Skaarnek

Skaarnek Holdings (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

20/06/2020

R10,000.00

995

Jarryd Carter

K2018321404 (South Africa) Pty Ltd

Cape Town

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

996

Keelandran Chetty

Teddys Marquee Hire

Durban

23/06/2020

R9,400.00

997

Zenzele Dlomo

King Gayede Projects (Pty) Ltd

Durban

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

998

Siphesihle Bangani

Pioneers Chamber (Pty) Ltd

Mthatha

23/06/2020

R10,000.00

999

Mvulankulu Mfithi

Nyati PT Trading and Projects

Alfred Nzo

15/07/2020

R9,500.00

1000

Given Yekani

Not Applicable

Kimberley

15/07/2020

R3,500.00

1001

Regomoditswe Morule

Rego's Beauty Bar (Pty) Ltd

Mahikeng

15/07/2020

R8,800.00

1002

Luzuko Sicam

Sicam Holdings (Pty) Ltd

East London

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

1003

Cheslin Newton Denman

Trustlink Africa Hub (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

11/07/2020

R7,538.25

1004

Pontsho Bianca Makhetha

PB Makhetha (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

11/07/2020

R3,500.00

1005

Leshoro Thomas Mohapi

Rollin Stones Trading (Pty) Ltd

Bloemfontein

14/07/2020

R8,000.00

1006

Kanya Ndaliso

Kanyasonke Communications (Pty) Ltd

East London

15/07/2020

R10,000.00

1007

Oatlhotse James Lebitsa

Bokamoso Ba Kitso (Pty) Ltd

Mahikeng

15/07/2020

R4,500.00

1008

Bevin Marchall Kevin

B And A Productions (Pty) Ltd

Durban

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

1009

Nombulelo Mekwa

Makaisara (Pty) Ltd

Thabazimbi

04/07/2020

R5,643.21

1010

Lucky Nodipha

Deyi Mtshwawu Rights and Projects (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

1011

Senzo Nondonga

Megaworks Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

West Rand

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

1012

Zanele Faith Filtane

Filtane Training Academy (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

04/07/2020

R10,000.00

1013

Laikin Adams

Not Applicable

Cape Town

11/07/2020

R3,650.00

1014

Sibonelo Nomnganga

Sibonelo Nomnganga T/A eLabs

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R5,850.00

1015

Melusi Steven Sikhakhane

KwaMboma Poultry (Pty) Ltd

Alfred Nzo

29/06/2020

R9,900.00

1016

Amber Leigh Hendricks

Amber Leigh Hendricks T/A Amber Ink

Cape Town

03/07/2020

R10,000.00

1017

Sithembiso Robert Sithole

Isithembiso Carpentry and Services (Pty) Ltd

Richards Bay

04/07/2020

R6,000.00

1018

Kabelo Innocent Shai

Tubatsi Property And Construction (Pty) Ltd

West Rand

04/07/2020

R7,500.00

1019

Bogosi Zingithwa

Moshodi's Farm

Sedibeng

29/06/2020

R5,500.00

1020

Gaba Tshabalala

Thelmas Laundry Basket (Pty) Ltd

Cape Town

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

1021

Fortune Manqoba Nhlanhla Sithole

Flashville Services (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

29/06/2020

R4,700.00

1022

Themba Chabalala

T Chabalala Inc (Pty) Ltd

Thulamela

29/06/2020

R8,800.00

1023

Simphiwe Sanele Samkelo Buthelezi

Sam and Law Projects (Pty) Ltd

Secunda

29/06/2020

R10,000.00

1024

Michael Lloyd Banda

Mic-Lloyd (Pty) Ltd

West Rand

29/06/2020

R3,500.00

1025

Solomon Boyd Mathebula

Getabyte (Pty) Ltd

West Rand

29/06/2020

R4,500.00

1026

Sinethemba Welcome Fihlani

Isonka Sam (Pty) Ltd

Port Elizabeth

29/06/2020

R3,000.00

1027

Xolani Innocent Mtolo

XI Mtolo T/A XM Accounting Solutions

Durban

29/06/2020

R7,500.00

                                                                          

29 September 2020 - NW869

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Finance

(1)Whether the National Treasury will offer any form of Covid-19 financial and/or other relief to small businesses; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether the Covid-19 financial and/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 the National Treasury 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 President announced financial relief matters by Government to small businesses and individuals on 24 March 2020,two or three days before the first lockdown, and a second round of measures on 21 April 2020. A loan guarantee scheme was launched on 4 May 2020 and amended on 27 July 2020.National Treasury is part of Government, and does not act separately from it, but administers two of these measures whilst other departments administer others. I will deal with these two measures, and not those that are administered by other departments on behalf of Government. Bear in mind that with the totally unexpected COVID-lockdown that the country had to suddenly impose at midnight 26 March 2020, we had to find mechanisms that could reach thousands of businesses quickly, hence the intervention via the tax system and banks.

The first set of measures dealt with a number of tax measures to provide financial relief to small businesses, which were announced by the Minister of Finance on 24 March and 21 April 2020. These include tax deferrals for pay-as-you-earn payments and for provisional income tax payments for businesses with a turnover of less than R100 million, a four-month exemption from the skills development levy and an expansion in the employment tax incentive for four months, which will apply to all employees with a monthly income of up to R6 500. These provisions are included in the Draft Disaster Management Tax Relief Bill and the Draft Disaster Management Tax Relief Administration Bill, which have been passed by the National Assembly. The draft bills can be found at http://www.treasury.gov.za/documents/National%20Budget/2020S/.

The second measure is the COVID-19 loan guarantee scheme for eligible small businesseswhich came into effect on 12 May 2020, details of which were jointly announced by National Treasury, South African Reserve Bank and the Banking Association of South Africa. The loan guarantee scheme is an initiative for banks to provide loansfrom their own funds to their customersto eligible individuals and businesses, and where the banks take the first set of losses up to 8,5%, with the rest of the losses guaranteed by government.Since updating the initial criteria at the end of July, funds borrowed from banks through this scheme can be used for operational expenses or to restart their businesses as soon as lockdown restrictions applicable to the business is lifted. Loans are capped at R100m per loan and may be offered as syndicated loans by the banks were the loan amount exceeds R50m. Government and commercial banks are sharing the risks of these loans. Initially, the National Treasury has provided a guarantee of R100 billion to this scheme, with the option to increase the guarantee to R200 billion if necessary. It should be emphasized that this is a loan guarantee scheme and not a grant, and that funds for the loans are from participating banks and not Government. It is also the intention of the National Treasury that such lending should not be made recklessly, and that the loans that will be paid back to the respectivebanks. National Treasury does notintend for the entire R200 billion to be called in full, since it will have a negative impact on the fiscus nor for this or any other scheme to ever cover the full extent of losses incurred by businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

More details on the scheme can be found in a Frequently Asked Questions guide posted at http://www.treasury.gov.za/, https://www.resbank.co.za/Pages/default.aspx and https://www.banking.org.za/

2. All businesses that meet the conditions for the loan scheme or the tax relief measures are eligible. The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, Act 53 of 2003, as amended, is not applicable for purposes of the eligible criteria.

29 September 2020 - NW2115

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Van Damme, Ms PT to ask the Minister of Communications

Whether any alcoholic beverages were purchased in the past three financial years with any official credit card issued to any staff member employed by any entity reporting to her; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what (i) are the relevant details and (ii) is the value of the specified purchases in each case and (b) for what purpose was each purchase made?

Reply:

I have been advised by entities in the DCDT portfolio as follows:

No alcohol was purchased using any official credit card in the past three financial years.

 

MS. STELLA NDABENI-ABRAHAMS, MP

MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

        

29 September 2020 - NW1945

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

(1)Whether her department has allocated a budget for the construction of houses in Nieu-Bethesda in the Eastern Cape; if not, why not; if so, (a) what total number of houses will be built, (b) what progress has been made with regard to the various approvals including Water Use Licence Authorisation and (c) on what date is commencement envisaged; (2) whether, with reference to delays that may persist for more than six months, her department has contingency plans in place to assist with temporary relief housing for families who have nowhere to live, given that no houses have been built in the past 24 years in Nieu-Bethesda; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) The Eastern Cape Department of Human Settlements (ECDHS) approved funding to the amount of R1 708 350, 70 for the planning and design stage of the construction of houses in Nieu-Bethesda in the Eastern Cape. The planning and design stage is scheduled for completion by March 2022. The budget for internal services infrastructure will be allocated in 2022/23 financial year (October 2022) and the budget for the construction of houses will be allocated in the 2023/24 financial year.

(a) The initial number of houses to be built was 250, however, the project scope had to be reduced to 173 due to the surrounding wetland. Upon submission of the Basic Assessment Report (BAR) to the Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEDEAT), the project was further reduced to 100 erven in order to move the development to a safety zone, further away from the wetland.

REQUIRED APPROVALS

PROGRESS

Layout Plan Approval

A large portion of the land bought by the Beyers Naude Local Municipality (BNLM) for development has upon investigation proven to be undevelopable due to an existing wetland that covers much of the area between Nieu Bethesda and Pienaarsig. The seasonal nature of the wetland was deemed to be problematic for development and has reduced the remaining developable land to only 100 erven that can be accommodated within the demarcated area. This required the town planner to go through several layout changes before the ideal layout could be agreed on with the available land. These options also had to be discussed with the community on more than one occasion.

The Layout Plan is currently with the BNLM and will be subjected to the requisite approval processes.

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Approval

The Basic Assessment Report was revised and submitted to DEDEAT. Thereafter, the DEDEAT will issue a Record of Decision (RoD).

WULA

The Water Use Licence Application (WULA) documentation had been prepared for the original layout plan but a wetland was discovered on the initial project area. The discovery of the wetland prompted a revision of the WULA study. The revision of the study is underway.

Engineering Designs

The preliminary engineering designs for the provision of bulk infrastructure services were completed in May 2015.

Following the identification of a wetland on the planned development area, the final engineering designs had to be amended.

Land Survey

A Land Survey had already been done on the original layout plan on which some land portions were later declared undevelopable due to the wetland.

The Land Surveyor will survey additional areas which were not initially included in the planned developable area.

(b) The planning stage will be completed in March 2022 due to the process of Water Use Licence Application (WULA) and the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approvals. It is envisaged that the installation of services will start in October 2022 and the Construction of houses in April 2023.

(2) Yes, there is a contingency plan in place in terms of which the ECDHS, (Sarah Baartman Regional Office) has requested the Dr Beyers Naude Local Municipality to identify the destitute and vulnerable families in the area, who will be allocated with Temporary Residential Units (TRU). To this end, the municipality has identified and profiled seven destitute families who are scheduled to receive their TRUs by end of October 2020. 

29 September 2020 - NW1845

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Police

What total number of (a) police officials have been arrested for the murder on other police officials over the past two years and (b) the specified cases have been successfully prosecuted?

Reply:

(a) and (b) The information, which is required to respond to this question, is not readily available. A request is made for an extension of 14 days, in which to respond.

Reply to question 1845 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/09/13

Reply to question 1845 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 27/09/2020

29 September 2020 - NW2053

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Breedt, Ms T to ask the Minister of Police

What total number of SA Police Service members have been (a) dismissed and/or (b) successfully charged for not complying with legislation, policies and directives in matters of gender-based violence;

Reply:

(1)(a) No member of the South African Police Service (SAPS), has been dismissed for not complying with legislation, policies and directives in matters of gender- based violence.

(1)(b) A total of 28 SAPS members have been successfully charged, for not complying with legislation, policies and directives, in matters of gender-based violence, in 2020/2021. Of the 28 SAPS members, five were sanctioned short of dismissal, one member resigned, one member was found not guilty and 21 disciplinary cases are still pending.

(2)The Minister will decide whether he will make a statement, in this regard.

Reply to question 2053 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/09/13

Reply to question 2053 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 27/09/2020

29 September 2020 - NW2018

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Faber, Mr WF to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to his recommendation that the firearms amnesty be extended from 1 August 2020 to 31 January 2021, (a) what different methods of awareness campaigns will be used by the SA Police Service to successfully communicate to the public, given that there was a decline in the number of firearms that were surrendered during the first period of the 2019-20 financial year?

Reply:

The types of awareness campaigns, which will be used by the South African Police Service (SAPS), to successfully communicate the firearm amnesty 2020/2021 to the public, are as follows:
▪ Announcements on all the SAPS social media platforms.
▪ Live reads through the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) radio stations, from September 2020 to December 2020, promoting the image of the SAPS and creating awareness of the firearm amnesty, as well as the purpose thereof.
▪ Television campaigns, for example, Squeeze Back, on the SABC television channels, in November 2020, promoting the image of the SAPS and creating awareness of the firearm amnesty, as well as the purpose thereof.
▪ Television campaigns, in the form of Digital Brand Integration, in September 2020 and October 2020, promoting the image of the SAPS and creating awareness of the firearm amnesty, as well as the purpose thereof.
▪ National printed media campaigns- announcements in September 2020, in the form of strip advertising in the Caxton Group, knock and drop newspapers.
▪ Distributing pamphlets at shopping malls, taxi ranks, commuter points and other places of gathering.
▪ Media advertising through the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS), which includes the SABC radio and television, as well as e-TV
▪ Announcements on the SAPS website.

Reply to question 2018 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/09/13

Reply to question 2018 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 27/09/2020

29 September 2020 - NW2019

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Faber, Mr WF to ask the Minister of Police

Whether the primary reason of the firearm amnesty was to get illegal firearms out of circulation; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details;

Reply:

  1. Yes, the primary reason of the firearm amnesty was to remove illegal firearms out of circulation. A total of 44 753 illegal firearms, were handed in.
  2. (2)(a) Yes, firearm amnesty provides firearm owners with an opportunity to hand in unwanted firearms.
  3. (2)(b) No, in terms of Section 28(1)(a) of the Firearms Control Act(Act No. 60 of 2000), a licence terminates if it has not been renewed. The Act does not provide for the renewal of expired licences.

Reply to question 2019 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/09/13

Reply to question 2019 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 27/09/2020

29 September 2020 - NW1675

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

With reference to her reply to question 1283 on 2 July 2020, (a) what are the reasons why the amounts were not spent as planned and (b)(i) what was the target for each programme and (ii) how did the under expenditure affect each target; (2) what is the current balance of the Agricultural Land Holdings account?

Reply:

(1)(a),(b),(i),(ii) Please refer to the table below

Programme

Amount

(Rands)

  1. Reasons why were the amounts not spent as planned

(b)(i) Specify Targets per prog to which these amounts were allocated

(b)(ii) Impact of the under-expenditure on each planned target

Programme 5: Land Reform

R147 600 000

Delays are attributable to administrative requirements and the required concurrence from the Minister of Finance which was only obtained in the third week of December 2019.

In addition, the Department observed that the infrastructure component in project Business Plans was inflated and thus had to enlist the assistance of Engineers from both former Departments of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR) and Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) to conduct infrastructure assessments on the approved farms during February and March 2020 in order to avert fruitless and wasteful expenditure

The target for the Land Development Support programme was to support 162 emerging farmers.

The under-expenditure led to transfer of funds to fewer projects than the number that was approved during the 2019/2020 Financial Year.

Programme5: Agricultural Land Holdings Account (ALHA)

R923 000 000

     

Programme 1: Administration

R129 400 000

Delays in receiving Minister of Finance’s concurrence to commence with construction of the new national office premises.

Construction of the new office accommodation

The impact of delays on the project will result in the project becoming unaffordable for the Department.

Programme 3: Rural Development

R100 000 000

Infrastructure projects in the pipeline were not ready for capital works due to planning and design delays that had to be altered to in line with priority shift towards FPSUs.

To support 27 Farmer Production Units;

To support 122 infrastructure projects;

To provide 1979 skills development opportunities provided in rural development initiatives

Set targets for the fiscal year were achieved. This under expenditure did not affect the targets.

2. R 1 181 996 601.53

29 September 2020 - NW2049

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Whitfield, Mr AG to ask the Minister of Police

Whether the National Forensic Science Laboratories are accredited by the International Organization for Standardization; if not, why not; if so, on what date was each laboratory accredited;

Reply:

(1).Internationally, the accreditation of laboratories is a voluntary scheme, which is open to any laboratory performing testing and/or calibration. No current legislation exists, which requires accreditation as a prerequisite, for acceptance of scientific test results in legal proceedings when the credibility of the results can be proven according to full traceability of processes and materials, used to produce a result or finding.

Currently, the South African Police Service (SAPS) Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL), is not an accredited laboratory, as per ISO 17025:2017. However, it is working towards obtaining accreditation, as a laboratory testing facility. Such accreditation status only provides a benefit, in terms of the Accreditation for Conformity Assessment, Calibration and Good Laboratory Practice Act, 2006 (Act No. 19 of 2006).

The FSL has a developed a Quality Management System (QMS), which is in line with ISO 17025:2017, through which the credibility of the results can be proven. Forensic analysts in the environment, are subjected to forensic training and mentoring programmes, prior to performing duties independently. Cases are subjected to peer review, as part of quality control. The FSL also participates in a proficiency testing programme, to provide confidence in test results and to monitor the performance of analysts.

The methods employed for analyses within the FSL are internationally accepted and have been used for many years. The methods are largely based on a qualitative comparison analysis, using certified reference materials, which are fully traceable.

The accreditation status does not prevent the FSL from providing forensic services, as Courts of Law will evaluate all the evidence and decide, on a case to case basis, the acceptability of the scientific evidence submitted.

(2) The Ballistics Section of the FSL is not registered with the Association of Firearms and Toolmarks Examiners (AFTE). The AFTE registers individuals and not institutions. It is not compulsory to be an AFTE registered member, to conduct forensic ballistics examinations, in South Africa. The fact that the Ballistics Section of the FSL is not registered with the AFTE, has no impact on the duties conducted by the personnel of the Ballistics Section, nor their testimony in Courts of Law.

Reply to question 2049 recommended

GENERAL NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date: 2020/09/13

Reply to question 2049 approved

MINISTER OF POLICE
GENERAL BH CELE, MP
DATE: 27/09/2020

29 September 2020 - NW1744

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Hendricks, Mr MGE to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

Whether he will consider an instruction that in cases where women were married by way of a Nikah or Muslim marriage the proposed entry widowed instead of the present entry never married should be used on Muslim death certificates; if so, by what date can the specified proposal be implemented?

Reply:

I wish to point to the honourable member that the designation of “never married” does not affect people in Nikah or Muslim marriages only.

A broad range of South Africans are affected by this problem.

  • Prior to 1994 various laws were used by the different self governing territories or Bantustans wherein each had their own act. When they were amalgamated in the broader South Africa after 1994, they were not on National Population Register.
  • Unfortunately when a marriage does not appear on the National Population Register (NPA) the person’s marital status is technically unknown. Hence their death certificates at death, their certificate reflected as never married.
  • This affects people who stayed in Bantustans and those from the Indian Community whose marriages were never re-registered on the NPA after 1994.
  • Since the introduction of Recognition of Customary Marriages Act. Act 102 of 1998 the government managed to re-register some. Those not yet re-registered still have this unfortunate designation.
  • The Department acknowledges this problem but opted for a wholesale change in the entire marriage regime by developing a totally new policy. We don’t believe a piece meal solution will help.

END

29 September 2020 - NW1785

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether, in light of her department not extending the four-month national state of disaster beyond 4 July 2020, she will provide details of the (a) consultations that took place with both the provinces and the agri-businesses affected by drought in this regard, (b) prevailing climatic conditions, land care report and veld management conditions that guided the termination of the national state of disaster whilst many provinces are still grappling with the disaster and (c) dam levels of the drought-affected provinces; (2) whether she has found that the prevailing conditions are conducive for productive farming; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1)(a) Yes.Though the declaration (termination or extension thereof) of a national state of disaster lies with the Ministry of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA), consultations were made with all relevant sectors. It was agreed that while implementing drought assistance to the affected provinces, it is also timely to implement adaptation as drought seems to be a frequently recurring if not permanent feature currently. As such, sectors should move towards strengthening adaptation and mitigation strategies so that farmers can be resilient to withstand future droughts. It is also important to note that the drought funds allocated to provinces that they had applied for, they are currently implementing, despite the national state of disaster terminated.

(b) In terms of the prevailing conditions, winter rainfall areas received a mixture of normal to above normal rainfall in June and the beginning of July. Water restrictions remain in place in some provinces while the average level of major dams has increased in most parts of the country. The veld is generally in reasonable condition in many summer rainfall areas. However, farmers are encouraged to supplement feed for their livestock. Livestock is in fair to good condition. Veld fires have been reported in some provinces and farmers were advised to be on the lookout for warnings to stop the outbreaks and spread.

Comparing the vegetation to long-term average, the Normalized Vegetation Index (NDVI) difference map for June shows that vegetation activity was much lower over the western and northern parts of the country while central parts experienced much higher vegetation activity.In summary, seasonal rainfall forecast is anticipated to be above normal in early spring over the south-western and southern parts of South Africa as well as during spring over the eastern parts and south-western parts of South Africa. The monthly advisories issued by Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) encouraged farmers to continually check updated advisories, seasonal forecasts and utilize 7 day weather forecasts for short term planning.

(c) Information received from the Department of Water and Sanitation showed that in most provinces dam levels are either similar or higher compared to July of 2019 and 2020 including the drought-affected provinces.

2. The decision to terminate or extend the national state of a disaster lies with the Ministry of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) in consultation with relevant experts; therefore, the Minister of CoGTA is best placed to respond to this part. The consensus reached is that the country, after considering all facts needed to strengthen implementation of risk reduction strategies.

28 September 2020 - NW1576

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Roos, Mr AC to ask the Minister of Social Development

(1)With reference to 849 requests for food assistance that have been sent from ward 99, 100, 103 and 104 in Tshwane in the requisite format and sent to the electronic mail support@gauteng.gov.za since 14 April 2020 to date, (a) what is the (i) plan and (ii) timeline for the applicants in the specified wards to receive food relief as none of them have received food relief, (b) what number of applicants in the Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality have not yet received food relief, (c) what is the (i) plan and (ii) timeline for the applicants who have not received food relief in the Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality to receive food relief (d) what oversight measures have been put in place by her department to ensure that provincial governments attend to all food relief requests submitted; (2) whether she can provide a food relief delivery schedule to ensure oversight is undertaken in constituencies regarding the distribution of the food parcels; if not, why not; if so, (a) by what date and/or (b) what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1(a) (b) (c) The Department and SASSA were not involved in the progress you refer to in your question and as a result we are not able to provide the required details.

(1) (d) The Department’s oversight measures that have been put in place to ensure that provincial governments attend to all food relief requests submitted includes the following;

  • Reporting by the provinces to National DSD on the progress in processing application received from the public,
  • Oversight visits by National Officials in service delivery points in Provinces

(2) Not applicable

28 September 2020 - NW2045

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

Whether, with reference to her reply to question 780 on 25 May 2020, she will provide Mr Z N Mbhele with a detailed list of all the approved beneficiaries of the Small, Medium and Micro Enterprise Debt Relief Fund, indicating the (a) provincial breakdown and (b) loan amount allocated in each case; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(a)- (b) Two excel spreadsheets with detailed lists of all the approved beneficiaries of the SMME Debt Relief Fund, indicating the provincial breakdown and loan amounts specified in each case are attached as Annexure A and Annexure B.

NB: This information is also available on the Department’s website

28 September 2020 - NW1988

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

Whether, the reference to the (a) last week of July 2020 and (b) first week of August 2020, the Deputy Minister, Mr Alvin Botes travelled to the (i) Karoo and (ii) Garden Route district on official business; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (aa) how did the Deputy Minister reach the destination, (bb) what total amount did the specified trip cost, (cc) who paid for the trip and (dd)what was the programme of the Deputy Minister while on the trip ?

Reply:

  1. No, Deputy Minister Botes did not travel over the last week of July 2020.
  1. (i) and (ii) The Deputy Minister travelled to the Karoo and Garden Route district on official business from 2 to 7 August 2020.

(aa) Deputy Minister Botes travelled by road
(bb) R31 935.

(cc) The Office of the Deputy Minister covered the cost of the trip

(dd) The program/engagements over the period to assess responses to Covid 19 and Gender Based violence (GBV).

28 September 2020 - NW1480

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Arries, Ms LH to ask the Minister of Social Development

What are the reasons that her department has been telling persons who apply for the disability grant to rather apply for the R350 social relief of distress grant?

Reply:

During the lockdown levels 4 and 5 restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of the corona virus, SASSA offices were initially closed, and when they were opened under level 4 restrictions, only limited services were offered. As a result, no applications for disability grants could be dealt with, as the assessments, which are done at health facilities, could not take place. The medical assessment is a prerequisite for any disability grant application.

When level 4 regulations were announced, it was unknown how long the restrictions would remain in force. This resulted in some staff members advising potential applicants for disability grants to apply for the special relief grant of R350, in an effort to ensure that they would at least receive some income for the period until the disability related services could commence once again.

However, under level 3 restrictions, SASSA has started reintroducing disability related services, and accepting applications once again according to an approved strategy. This means disability services will be limited where there is a dependency on health facilities.

In order to facilitate access to assessment services, SASSA has engaged with the Provincial Departments of Health to identify facilities where assessments can be done by the SASSA contracted doctors. Where this is not possible, SASSA has identified spaces within the local offices for assessments to be undertaken. Despite these measures, services cannot yet be offered at full capacity. This will be progressively increased, in line with available resources.

28 September 2020 - NW1296

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Kohler-Barnard, Ms D to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

What total number of persons were (a) murdered, (b) arrested unlawfully and (c) assaulted with the intention to cause grievous bodily harm by members of the SA National Defence Force in the (i) 2016-17, (ii) 2017-18 (iii) 2018-19 and (iv) 2019-20 financial years?

Reply:

 

FY 16/17

FY17/18

FY18/19

FY19/20

 

a

b

c

d

Murder

0

0

0

0

Unlawful Arrests

0

0

0

0

Assault GBH

1

  • Assault GBH member assaulted a civilian lady. Accused found guilty and fined R3000.

0

 

1

  • Assault GBH Member assaulted a civilian. 1st court appearance was on 24/4/2018, remanded, no further court date supplied.

1

  • Assault GBH Member assaulted a civilian. Case withdrawn by Wynberg Magistrate court.

This report relates to finalised cases where members have been convicted and do not include statistics on pending charges given the manner the questionwas phrased.

28 September 2020 - NW14

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Gardee, Mr GA to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

Whether her department discriminates against applicants who wish to join the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) when their medical reports indicate that they are HIV positive; if not, what number of HIV positive applicants have thus far been enrolled in the SANDF?

Reply:

Following on recent case law in this regard, the SANDF is busy reworking its medical classification policies to ensure that there is no discrimination against members who are HIV positive.

The SANDF cannot provide the number of HIV positive applicants enrolled in the SANDF.

28 September 2020 - NW1485

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

(1)With reference to the total number of small, medium and micro enterprises (SMME) relief funding applications that her department has received to date, what total number of the specified applications (a) were received from (i) early childhood development centres and (ii) partial care facilities, (b) in each case qualified for SMME relief funding and (c) were rejected in each case; (2) what were the reasons for each rejected application in each case; (3) what total (a) number of the qualifying applicants in each case have been paid out, (b) amount in Rand has been paid out to qualifying applicants in each case and (c) amount in Rand still needs to be paid out to qualifying applicants in each case?NW1856E

Reply:

(1)(a)(i) The total number of applications received from early childhood development centres is 11 (eleven)

(1)(a)(Ii) The total number of applications received from partial care facilities is 0 (zero).

(1)(b)&(c) and (3)(a)-(c):

 

No

Name of Centres /

Facility

(1)(b) Qualified for SMME relief funding

(Yes/No)

1(c) Rejected for SMME relief funding

(2) Reason for rejection.

(3)(a) total amount paid to qualifying applicants

3(b) Amount still to be processed

Early Childhood Development Centre

1.

Pretoria West Early Childhood Development Centre

Yes

No

n/a

-

R228,000

 

2.

Ambulante (Pty) Ltd

Yes

No

n/a

R228,360

-

 

3.

JHJ Training CC

Yes

No

n/a

-

R156,694

 

4.

Canaan Consultants CC

Yes

No

n/a

R324,361

R170,768

 

5.

Truand Trading CC

Yes

No

n/a

-

R292,404

 

6.

Richys Training Centre & Technology (Pty) Ltd

Yes

No

n/a

R13,959

R13,959

 

7.

Pita Pan Events Cc T/A EarthkidzCreche

Yes

No

n/a

R63,997

R299,330

 

8.

Little Splash (Pty) LtdLtd

Yes

No

n/a

R18,500

R37,000

 

9.

Learn Play And Grow Kuruman Montessori Tree

Yes

No

n/a

R385,382

-

 

10.

Lauem Investments (Pty) Ltd

Yes

No

n/a

114,444

R329,200

 

11.

JSLH School (Pty) Ltd

Yes

   

R481,474

-

Partial Care Centre

1.

None

         

2. There were 0 (zero) rejections in this category.

3.In order to ensure that funds are utilised for their intended purposes, disbursements are based on the clients’ monthly expenses and are paid out monthly. All remaining amounts will be disbursed by the end of July 2020 as the relief scheme comes to an end.

The table link below provides the provincial spread of approvals and disbursed amounts to date in this category:

https://pmg.org.za/files/RNW1485TABLE.pdf

28 September 2020 - NW1973

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Ngwenya, Ms DB to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

What (a) is the role of her department in ensuring that the interests of women, youth and persons with disabilities are advocated for in the small business sector, (b) has been the contribution of her department in the development of the National Gender-based Violence and Femicide Strategic Plan 2020-2030 with regard to small business development and (c) are the strategies of her department in implementing economic power in respect of women acquiring land ownership?

Reply:

a) The Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) has not only advocated for the interest of women, youth and persons with disabilities in economic participation but has set specific targets to actively support businesses owned by women, youth and persons with disabilities included across its agencies.

The Department and its agencies (SEDA and sefa) have the following targets that are applicable for both financial and non-financial support across its implemented programmes:

Minimum of 40% of small-businesses supported must be women-owned and managed;

Minimum of 30% of small-businesses supported must be youth-owned and managed; and

Minimum of 6% of small-businesses supported must be owned and managed by persons with disabilities

In its reporting, the Department and its agencies report on progress that has been made in achieving these targets.

b) The DSBD actively participated and contributed to the development of the National Gender-based Violence and FemicideStrategicPlan (GBVF-NP) 2020-2030 especially Pillar 5, which deals with economic empowerment and the specific targets as indicated in (a) above are factored in the Plan as part of the department’s contribution.

c) The Department has no mandate to fund land acquisition, however the department and its agencies support small-scale agribusinesses in the areas of enterprise development, access to market support, and business infrastructure including equipment support (specific to agro-processing).

28 September 2020 - NW1792

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Van Damme, Ms PT to ask the Minister of Communications

Whether (a) her department and (b) all entities reporting to her paid out the remainder of contracts to employees whose employment was terminated before the contractually stipulated date of termination in the past two financial years up to the latest specified date for which information is available; if not, why not; if so, what total amount has been paid out in each case?

Reply:

I have been advised by the Department and Entities as follows:

Department of Communications and Digital Technologies:

a) The department did not have early termination of contracts for the past two financial years.

ENTITIES:

SENTECH

(b) Sentech did not terminate any of its fixed term contracted employees over the last two financial years 2018/19 and 2019/20, neither did it pay out settlements over the stated periods.

NEMISA

(b) At NEMISA, during the financial year 2018/2019, 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 all employees on contract, were not terminated before the contractually stipulated date of termination. Therefore, there were no pay-outs during these financial years.

BBI

(b) In the past two financial years no employee of Broadband Infraco (BBI) left the company before the contractually stipulated date of termination of their contract of employment. As a result, the company has not paid out any monies for the remainder of a contract to any employee.

ICASA

Not Applicable. ICASA did not have any such cases within the last two financial years.

SABC

b) Not applicable. The SABC did not pay out any employees whose fix term contracts were terminated before they came to an end in the last two financial years.

USAASA

(b) Mr Musa Ngidi, Executive Manager: Corporate Services was suspended on 1 June 2017; and dismissed on 30 September 2018. CCMA awarded his reinstatement retrospectively to 30 September 2018, with effect 01 October 2019, as well as paying his salary for the period that he was dismissed. Mr Ngidi entered into negotiations with the Agency that instead of him coming back to office, he be rather paid the remainder of his contract. Four (4) months instead of Six (6) months was agreed upon as a period to be settled as the remainder of his contract.

Payment in the amount of R2 180 453.00 (Two Million One Hundred Eighty Thousand Four Hundred And Fifty-Three Rand) which comprises of the following was paid out:

R1 189 338.00 awarded by the Commissioner for the period Sep 2018 to Oct 2019;

R594 669. 00 for the period Oct 2019 – Mar 2020;

R396 446.00 for termination of contract including all statutory costs, including but not limited to leave pay; and any other cost, including but not limited to interest.

Legal costs to review application incurred by Mr Ngidi in the amount of R25 000.00

(Twenty-Five Thousand Rand);

The above-mentioned amounts, except the legal costs, were subjected to SARS Tax

Directive and taxed before being paid to Mr Ngidi.

FPB

(b)The Film and Publication Board (FPB) did not terminate any of its fixed term contracted employees, over the last two financial years 2018/19 and 2019/20, neither did it pay out any settlements over the stated periods

SAPO

(b) Not applicable, SAPO did not pay out any employees whose fixed term contracts were terminated before they came to an end in the last two financial years.

POSTBANK

Not Applicable. Postbank did not have any such cases within the last two financial years.

ZADNA

c) Not applicable, ZADNA did not pay out any employees whose fixed term contracts were terminated before they came to an end in the last financial years.

SITA

b) Mr Louis Mark Schlebush was on a 2-year contract that was due to expire later in the current financial year ended on 09 April 2020. He was implicated in the NMMU project where amongst other things, he allegedly colluded with external suppliers. He was suspended and later charged, however, to continue with the case, the organization relied on evidence from external OEM’s who were not willing to testify. Based on the broken trust relationship between the organisation and the employee, a mutual separation agreement of three months was entered into. He was paid an amount of R564 300, 00 before tax.

Ms Sibongile Jabulile Tlhako was the Executive: Supply Chain Management. Her contract terminated on 05 August 2018. She was suspended and charged on allegations of poor management of contractors and other irregularities in the Supply Chain Environment. Upon receiving the charges, she requested to get into mutual separation agreement with the organization, which the then CEO approved at 3 months to avoid the costs of a lengthy litigation. The decision was also taken to ensure that the organization could speedily appoint a replacement considering the significance of the SCM division within SITA. She was paid an amount of R291 710, 04 before tax.

Mr Johnson Mzuvakile Dyodo’s case related to conflict of interest and procurement irregularities. During the disciplinary hearing proceedings, the parties came to an agreement to mutually separate on the basis of broken trust relationship. He was therefore paid his salary for the month of termination and an additional month’s salary as notice period. Her contract was terminated on 31 July 2018 and paid an amount of R468 187, 32.

Ms Fikiswa Njongwe was dismissed on 31 July 2017 following forensic investigations. She challenged the case at CCMA which resulted in an award in her favour including interest of what was owed. The legal department filed for a review at the labour court, however, was advised to rather engage in a settlement with Ms Njongwe. The settlement was made on June 2020 and the amount that was eventually negotiated and paid out was R1 m lower than the CCMA award. She was paid an amount of R1 521 716, 69.

MS. STELLA NDABENI-ABRAHAMS, MP

MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

           

28 September 2020 - NW2044

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

(1)What number of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have received government-guaranteed loans since the declaration of a state of national disaster; (2) whether her department provided inputs to the National Treasury on the planning and design of the Loan Guarantee Scheme for SMEs in order to ensure that the interest and unique needs and/or circumstances of (a) SMEs and (b) sole proprietors were substantively taken into account; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?NW2606E

Reply:

1. The Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) is not responsible for the National Credit Guarantee Scheme as it is being implemented by National Treasury with the Reserve bank through the Commercial Banks.

2. The Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) was not requested to provide inputs in the development of the Loan Guarantee Scheme. However, since it became apparent that the National Credit Guarantee Scheme is not succeeding to fund mainly black owned small businesses that are continuously being rejected despite the relaxation of the funding criterion, the Department together with the Small Enterprise Finance Agency (sefa), have tabled a proposal to National Treasury to accommodate Khula Credit Guarantee (sefa subsidiary) to participate in the National Credit Guarantee Scheme in address the apparent market failure. The proposal is awaiting the decision of the Minister of Finance.

28 September 2020 - NW2095

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What (a) total number of social workers who have been recruited by her department across the Republic are currently employed in each (i) province, (ii) school district and (iii) school and (b) is the ratio of social workers to learners in each (i) school and (ii) province?

Reply:

(a) and (b) The appointment of Social Workers is the competency of the Provincial Education Departments (PEDs), not the national Department of Basic Education. 

28 September 2020 - NW1811

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Komane, Ms RN to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

In light of the suspension of the Township Enterprise Fund, what plans does her department have to redress the spatial inequality faced by township businesses as township entrepreneurs struggle with poor infrastructure, access to formal supply chains, lack of networks and access to information?

Reply:

Before the declaration of National State of Disaster, Cabinet approved the Township and Rural Entrepreneurship Programme (TREP) on the 4th of March 2020 as a programme to support township and rural entrepreneurship. After the National Treasury reprioritised the national budget to fund the priorities that directly assisted the country to respond and mitigate against the impact of Covid-19 pandemic both on health and livelihoods of South Africans, the Department like most others was required to reprioritised its revised allocation in line with priorities focus areas. The Department in its priority interventions included the TREP as a priority programme that is funded through the adjusted Budget. The following interventions under TREP were implemented jointly with the agencies (Seda and sefa):

  • Autobody Repairers and Mechanics Support Scheme;
  • Bakeries and Confectioneries Business Support Scheme;
  • Clothing, Textile and Leather Business Support Scheme;
  • Personal care (Hairdressers) support programme; and
  • Butcheries support programme

In addition, the department also implemented the Informal Business Support programmes that prioritised businesses located in townships and rural areas, such as:

  • Spaza Shops and General Dealer Support Programme;
  • Tshisanyama and cooked food support programme;
  • Fruits and Vegetable Hawkers and Butcheries Support Programme.

Therefore, the suspension of the Township Entrepreneurship Fund has not suspended the Department’s support to township and rural based businesses in a form of a dedicated programme.

25 September 2020 - NW1902

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

What number (a) of litigation matters with regard to forced and/or coerced sterilisation have the National Prosecuting Authority dealt with in the period 1 January 1996 and 31 December 2019 and (b)(i) of the specified matters were settled out of court and (ii) what did the specified settlements entail; (2) what number of (a) non-disclosure agreements were signed in relation to the out-of-court settlements and (b) these cases were finalised in court; (3) whether any damages were awarded to complainants; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) does not keep statistics/data on forced or coerced sterilisations on its integrated case management system. It should be noted that litigation arising from such forced or coerced sterilisations would normally be civil litigation matters, between the parties, as is the case with similar claims for medical negligence or medical malpractice, with corresponding claims for damages.

Claims for damages would be based on the fact that for a person to undergo the process of sterilisation, informed consent ought to be obtained. Using force or any other form of coercion is prohibited and amounts to a violation of a person’s human rights.

2. The NPA does not monitor or keep statistics on civil litigation matters and therefore it is not the appropriate institution to provide the requested information.

3. As mentioned, the NPA does not monitor or keep civil litigation statistics. However, in order to assist, it should be noted that the Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) recently released its Report on the Forced Sterilisation of Women Living with HIV/AIDS in South Africa (Complaint Ref No: 414/03/2015/KZN). In the report, the CGE makes a number of recommendations, including further engagements with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and the Department of Health. The CGE has also stated that it will present its report to the South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC) for possible amendments to legislation. The SALRC has indicated that it has not as yet received the CGE Report in this regard. The Department of Justice and Constitution Development will follow-up with the SALRC once the report reaches the SALRC.

25 September 2020 - NW2135

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

What are the reasons that the Government has not signed the African Union Convention on Cyber Security and Personal Data and (b) by what date does she envisage the specified Convention will be signed by Government?

Reply:

a) The Department of International Relations and Cooperation is working with the relevant Government departments to facilitate the signing and ratifying process.

b) South Africa is committed to signing and ratifying the African Union Convention on Cyber Security and Personal Data as soon as possible.

25 September 2020 - NW2141

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Winkler, Ms HS to ask the Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment

(1) With reference to the Government Gazette No.43601, what is the Nationale behind the phased-out approach to banning (a) single-use plastic carriers and (b) plastic flat bags as opposed to a stricter timeframe for an outright ban; and

Reply:

 

  1. (a) and (b)

The rationale behind the phasing out (or banning) of plastic carrier bags and plastic flat bags that are not manufactured from recyclate is to promote resource efficiency (that is, the use of recyclate as opposed to virgin material); improve waste management and create a demand for waste materials; increase circularity, recycling and recovery and to improve the design of environmentally sound bags and mitigate the economic impact of an outright ban of plastic carrier and flat bags.

This rationale is the result of extensive research and consultation with relevant stakeholders as well as consideration of international research and best practice.

 

(2). The Department has to consider the implications of any proposed policy interventions and the costs attached thereto as well as transitional measures. One of the critical stages of the Socio- Economic Impact Assessment System procedure is the identification of options, alternative, the implications (social and other) and the costs thereof. À policy recommendation needs B be guided by inter alia, evidence, B avoid unintended consequences. The Department is thereof e currently pursuing a study on single-use plastic products that would inform the policy direction. However, in the interim, the Extended Producer Responsibility is being put in place to manage items such as straws and cutlery. In this regard, the Department has been engaging industry and continues to do so. In addition:


(a).the Department has included straws as part of products to be controlled under Extended Producer Responsibility.

(b). the Department has included plastic cutlery as part of products to be controlled under the Extended Producer Responsibility.

©. The Department has also engaged the Department of Health b amend the Cosmetic Regulations b ban the use of plastic microbeads in cosmetics.

25 September 2020 - NW1812

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Komane, Ms RN to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What (a) is the total number of schools that have pit latrines in each province and (b) progress has her department made with the eradication of pit latrines in schools?

Reply:

A. 

PROVINCE

Schools with pit latrines ONLY and unacceptable sanitation

Eastern Cape

1598

Free State

156

Gauteng

0

KwaZulu Natal

1365

Limpopo

507

Mpumalanga

127

North West

145

Northern Cape

17

Western Cape

0

TOTAL

3898

B. 

  • 392 Schools have been provided with appropriate sanitation.
  • The assessment which has been conducted, confirmed that 271 schools have proper sanitation but just lack maintenance and 78 schools have been rationalised. 
  • 1675 Schools are under implementation (Between Planning and Construction).

25 September 2020 - NW2097

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What is the current case load of each social worker employed by her department in each province?

Reply:

Appointment of Social Workers is the responsibility of the Provincial Education Departments (PEDs), and therefore falls outside the Executive Authority of the National Department of Basic Education. 

25 September 2020 - NW2142

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Winkler, Ms HS to ask the Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment

What (a) are the reasons that KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) has not submitted an Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP), (b) is the deadline for submission of KZN’s AQMP, (c) is de air quality management plan being used in KZN in the absence of an AQMP and (d) are the reasons that (i) many of the air quality monitoring stations are in KZN and (ii) then is no monitoring for PM2.5 and PM10 in other province, as per regulations in accordance with the National Environment Management: Air Quality Act, 2004 (Act No. 39 of 2004)?

Reply:

a). To address capacity challenges in the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province, the Air Quality Management Office was re-established in July 2020, with the appointment of a Director who will be responsible for Air Quality Management. In addition, an official was transferred horn the national Department B work in the Province. The process to develop the Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP) has been initiated by the Province.

(b). The Act does not explicitly state a deadline for the submis9ion of an AQMP. However, it was expected that when the Act was promulgated, all spheres of government would develop or initiate the process B draft their AQMPs.


©. In the absence of an AQMP, KZN is implementing the current air quality national legislation, i.e. Air Quality Act and the associated regulations.


(d)(i) Ambient monitoring is conducted by all sphere of government and there are a fair number of monitoring stations that are located in KZN. Of the 136 government-owned ambient air quality monitoring stations across the country, 25 of these are located in KZN province (the province has 5 stations under its control, eThekwini Metropolitan has 14 stations, the City of uMhlathuze has 3 stations and Msunduzi local municipality has 3 stations).


(ii). All spheres of government have comprehensive air quality monitoring of PM10 and PM2.5 across the country, as per regulations in accordance with the National Environment Management: Air Quality Act, 2004 (Act No. 39 of 2004). Of the 136 government-owned monitoring stations, nearly all of them monitor PM10. The monitoring of PM2.5 is still confined to the national priority areas and metropolitan municipalities, as the ambient monitoring standard for the pollutant was promulgated years after stations had been commissioned. However, the number of stations monitoring PM2.5 was significantly increased in 2016 through a national project initiated by the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries. As part of this initiative, 20 dual PM10PM2.5 monitors were rolled out into the national monitoring network to support municipal stations that were missing such Pm10/PM2.5 monitors, or had old monitors that needed to be replaced.

 

25 September 2020 - NW2140

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Winkler, Ms HS to ask the Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment

What is the (a) compliance status of landfill sites in the Republic, (b)(i) total number and (ii) list of names of landfill sites that are (aa) licensed and (bb) unlicensed in each province and (c)(i) name and (ii) total number of landfill sites that are not compliant with their permits in each province?

Reply:

 

  1. The compliance status of landfill sites in the Republic, according to the Department’s currently

available information, is as contained in the table below:

 

 

PROVINCE

Non-Compliant 0% to 49%

Partially Compliant

50% to 74%

Compliant 75% to 100%

Eastern Cape

7

3

2

Mpumalanga

17

4

4

Gauteng

7

5

5

 

Northern

Cape

9

0

0

North West

11

7

0

KwaZulu

Natal

12

3

9

Western Cape

41

26

24

Limpopo

14

6

16

Free State

6

1

1

TOTAL

124

55

61

 

  1. (i) and (ii) The required information can be sourced from the relevant provincial authorities. (aa), (bb) See (b) above
  2. (i) and (ii) See (b) above.

23 September 2020 - NW1104

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Tourism

(a) Which training courses, conducted through her department, have been run (i) in the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2020, (b) where were the training courses run, (c) how were students identified, (d) what number of students attended, completed and did not complete each training course, (e) what exams were written in each case, (f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams, (g) where is each course recognised and (h) which of these graduates were employed?

Reply:

a) (i)The department has provided the following training in the past three financial years:

(i) 2017/ 2018 FOOD SAFETY SKILLS PROGRAMME: (1 YEAR LEARNERSHIPtargeting 500 and implement over recruited to manage drop outs).

(a)Capacity Building Programme

b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d)What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

(g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h)which of these graduates were employed?

1. Food Safety Skills

Programme consisting of the following:

  • Hygiene and Food Safety Practices: NQF Level 2
  • Conduct Audits and Optimise Product and Process Quality within a Quality Management System in a Food Processing Environment:
  • Occupational Health & Safety Unit standards

Eastern Cape: 53

  • Buffalo City Metro
  • Nelson Mandela Bay Metro

Provincial Department and Municipalities provide the appointed service provider with learners’ database. Advertisement of the training through local newspaper and municipal offices.

After the 2010 World Cup there were media reports of food poisoning in hotels. Research was conducted by an internal team from the HRD Unit within the Domestic Tourism Branch and report was compiled regarding this matter. The Food Safety programme was identified as a need through this process.

Eastern Cape:38

_____________

Limpopo:

75

____________

Gauteng:

124

_____________

Free State:18

_____________

KwaZuluNatal:94

_____________

Mpumalanga:

69

_____________

North West:

20

Western Cape:38

_____________

Northern Cape:11

Formative and Summative assessment written by the learners and POE and learner logbook submitted for moderation.

Eastern Cape:38 _____________

Limpopo:

75

_____________

Gauteng:

124

_____________

Free State:18

_____________

KwaZuluNatal:94

_____________

Mpumalanga:

69

_____________

North West:

20

Western Cape:38

_____________

Northern Cape:11

CATHSSETA &

Food and Bev SETA

Permanent employment: 133

Graduated: 483

Drop-outs: 90

 

Limpopo: 75

  • Polokwane
  • Waterberg
           
 

Gauteng: 141

  • City of Johannesburg
  • Ekurhuleni
  • City of Tshwane

______________________________

Free State: 25

  • Mangaung
           
 

KwaZulu Natal: 102

  • Ethekwini
           
 

Mpumalanga: 75

  • Mbombela
  • Emalahleni
  • Nkomazi
  • Emakhazeni
  • Bushbuckridge
           
 

North West: 25

  • Ruth SegomotsiMompati
  • Dr Kenneth Kaunda
  • Bojanala Platinum
           
 

Western Cape: 65

  • City of Cape Town,

_____________________________

Northern Cape: 12

Sol Plaatjie

           

2018/2019:HOSPITALITY YOUTH TRAINING PROGRAMME: NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICES: 1 YEAR LEARNERSHIP

(a)Capacity Building Programme

b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

HYTP: Food and Beverage Services 2018/19

600 Youth were enrolled in the Food and Beverage Programme

NW:

  • Dr Kenneth Kaunda DM, Bojanala Platinum DM, NgakaModiriMolema& Dr Ruth SegomotsiMompati

Provincial Departments and Municipalities provide the appointed service provider with learners’ database. Advertisement of the training through local newspaper and municipal offices.

The training programme was identified through the CATHSSETA Sector Skills Plan.

North West Target :200

239 learners enrolled

____________

Limpopo Target: 300

300 learners enrolled

____________

Free State Target :100

106 learners enrolled

Formative and Summative assessment written by the learners and POE and learner logbook submitted for moderation.

NW

203(3 additional learners to mitigate drop outs)

________

Limpopo

281 passed

_____________

Free State

91 passed

15 failed/drop out

CATHSSETA

North West:

Graduated:203

Employed:37

Drop out:36

____________________

Limpopo:

Graduated: 281

Employed: 45

Drop out: 19

___________________

Free State:

Graduated: 91

Employed: 20

Drop out: 15

 

Limpopo:

  • Capricorn, Mopani and Vhembe, Sekhukhune & Waterberg districts.
           
 

Free State:

  • Thabo-Mofutsanyane, Lejweleputswa, & Xhariep
           

(a)Capacity Building Programme

b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN FAST FOOD SERVICES: 1 Year learnership programme

2018/19

Implementation commenced in 2018

Gauteng: Target 575

  • West Rand,City of Ekurhuleni, Sedibeng (Emfuleni and Lesedi Local Municipalities), City of Tshwane and City of Johannesburg

Provincial Department and Municipalities provide the appointed service provider with learners’ database. Advertisement of the training through local newspaper and municipal offices.

The training programme was identified through the CATHSSETA Sector Skills Plan.

GP:

Enrolled 575

Completed:

_____________

MP:

Enrolled: 350

Completed 296

_____________

EC:

Enrolled 216

Completed:181

____________

WC:800

Cluster1: 400

Still under implementation

Cluster 2: 400

_____________

KZN:

Enrolled: 661

Completed: 610

Formative and Summative assessments, POE and learner logbook completed & submitted for moderation.

Learners complete the 30% practicals at the assigned workplaces and the 70% theory classroom work.

_____________

MP: 296

_____________

EC: 181

_____________

WC

Still under implementation

___________

KZN: 610

CATHSSETA

_________________

MP

Graduated:296

Employed:53

Drop outs:54

____________________

EC

Competent: 181 (No graduations)

Employed: N/A

Drop outs: 32

____________________

WC

Still under implementation

____________________

KZN

Graduation postponed due to COVID 19

 

Mpumalanga: Target:350

  • KwaMhlanga, Witbank, Nkomazi, Badplaas, Ermelo, Bushbuckridge, Mbombela and Lekwa
           
 

Eastern Cape: Target 200 (Addition 16)

  • Buffalo City Municipality, Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality and

OR Tambo District Municipality

           
 

Western Cape: Target 800

  • City of Cape Town, Winelands, Overstrand and West Coast
  • Eden District and Central Karoo District
           
 

Kwa-Zulu Natal:Target 575 (Addition 86)

  • Big 5 Hlabisa Municipality, Jozini-, Mtubatuba-, Umhlabayalingana-, Nongama, Phongola-, Umhlathuze-, Ethekwini-, Umgeni- , Okhamhlamba-, Umtshedzi-, Ray Nkonyeni-, Greater Kokstad& Dr NkosazannaDlamini-Zuma Municipalities
           

2019/2020 (HYP)

(a)Capacity Building Programme

b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN FAST FOOD SERVICES

2019/20

Projectscommenced in 2019 and projects are still under implementation.

Limpopo: Target 550

  • Capricorn, Mopani and Vhembe, Sekhukhune & Waterberg districts.

Provincial Department and Municipalities provide the appointed service provider with learners’ database. Advertisement of the training through local newspaper and municipal offices.

LP:

550 attended

___________

NC: 200

___________

North West: 400

FS

250

-Currently amending the SLA to amend the project duration as implementation is delayed due to COVID 19

-Interviews scheduled for November 2020.

Learners complete the 30% practicals at the assigned workplaces and the 70% theory classroom work.

LP

Still under implementation

________

NC

Still under implementation

North West

Still under implementation

FS

Not yet implemented due to COVID 19.

CATHSSETA

LP

Still under implementation

________________

NC

Still under implementation

____________________

North West

Still under implementation

___________________

FS

Not yet implemented due to COVID 19

 

Northern Cape: Target 200

  • Namakwa Local Municipality – Springbok, Ga Segonyana& John TaoloGaetsewe, Kuruman, Sol Plaatje – Kimberly, Umsobomvu – Colesbergand DawidKruiper – Upington
           
 

North West:Target 400

  • Dr Kenneth Kaunda DM, Bojanala Platinum DM, NgakaModiriMolema& Dr Ruth SegomotsiMompati
           
 

Free State: Target 250(Not yet implemented due to COVID 19).

  • Mangaung
  • Thabo-Mofutsanyane,
  • Maloti a Phofung
  • Dihlabeng
           

2020/21 HYTP: National Certificate in Fast Food Services

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN FAST FOOD SERVICES

2020/21

Targeting 500 youth in all nine provinces

.

Q1 HYTP implemented utilising e- learning

  • LP: Capricorn, Mopani and Vhembe, Sekhukhune & Waterberg districts.

Finalisation of HYTP in implemented in KZN, WC, NW, GP and MP

Provincial Department and Municipalities provide the appointed service provider with learners’ database. Advertisement of the training through local newspaper and municipal offices.

LP:

550 attended

___________

NC: 200

___________

North West: 400

FS

Not yet implemented due to COVID 19

250

Learners complete the 30% practical’s at the assigned workplaces and the 70% theory classroom work.

LP

Still under implementation

________

NC

Still under implementation

North West

Still under implementation

FS

Not yet implemented due to COVID 19

CATHSSETA

LP

Still under implementation

________________

NC

Still under implementation

____________________

North West

Still under implementation

___________________

FS

Not yet implemented due to COVID 19

2017/2018: WINE SERVICES / SOMMELIER TRAINING PROGRAMME TARGETING 300 UNEMPLOYED YOUTH (May 2017 – April 2018)3 YEAR PROGRAMME

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

Wine Service /Sommelier Training Commencement (Year 1)

2017/18

KZN- Ethekwini&Umkhanyakude

NC- ZF Mgcawu

WC – Cape Winelands

GP- City of Johannesburg

KZN – Unemployed Tourism & Hospitality Databases

NC – Unemployed database from the Municipality

WC- Unemployed database from the Municipality

GP – Unemployed Tourism & Hospitality Databases

KZN – 100

NC – 20

WC – 150

GP – 30

1)Bar Attendant Skills Programmes

2)Drink Service Skills Programme

3) Sommelier Module one (Wine Level 1)

1)Bar Attendant – 267 Wrote, 267 Passed

2) Drink Service – 247 Wrote

247 Passed

3) Sommelier Module 1 – 281 Wrote

281 Passed

CATHSSETA (Bar Attendant & Drink Services)

Sommelier Academy (Module 1)

This is a 3 year Programme

2018/2019 (May 2018 – April 2019) WINE SERVICES/ SOMMELIER TRAINING: 3 YEAR PROGRAMME

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

Wine Service/ Sommelier: Training continuation (Year 2)

2018/19

KZN- Ethekwini&Umkhanyakude

NC- ZF Mgcawu

WC – Cape Winelands

GP- City of Johannesburg

KZN – Unemployed Tourism & Hospitality Databases NC – Unemployed database from the Municipality

WC- Unemployed database from the Municipality

GP - –Unemployed Tourism & Hospitality Databases

Enrolled 280

Completed 270

1)Sommelier Module two (Wine Ambassador)

2)SommelierModule 3 (Wine Level 2)

3)Sommelier Module 4 (Wine & Beverage Services)

1) Sommelier Module 2 – 280 Wrote

280 Passed

2) Sommelier Module 3

275 Wrote

275 Passed

3)Sommelier Module 4

270 Wrote

270 Passed

Sommelier Academy (Module 2, 3 and 4)

This is a 3 year Programme

2019/20 (MAY 2019 – APRIL 2020) WINE SERVICE /SOMMELIER TRAINING

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

Wine Service/ Sommelier: Training continuation for 300 target

Year 3:

2019/20

KZN- Ethekwini&Umkhanyakude

WC – Cape Winelands

GP- City of Johannesburg

KZN – Unemployed Tourism & Hospitality Databases of the municipality?

WC- Unemployed database from the Municipality

GP - –Unemployed Tourism & Hospitality Databases

Enrolled: 269

Completed: 242

1)Sommelier Module five (Wine Level 3 International Wines)

2). SommelierModule 6 (SASA Wine Steward)

3) Event Support Assistant, Customer Care, Culture and Nature Site Guide

1). Sommelier Module 5 

2). Sommelier Module 6

3). Cathsseta Skills Programme

(EXAMS STILL IN PROGRESS)

Sommelier Academy

(Module 5)

SASA (South African Sommelier Association) (Module 6)

CATHSSETA (Event Support, CustomerCare, Nature and Culture Site Guide)

40 – Employed and

4 started their own business

NB:

59 dropped out

2020/21 WINE SERVICE /SOMMELIER TRAINING

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

Wine Service/ Sommelier: Training continuation for 300 target-2019/20

Targeting 252 Youth for 2020/21

Q1 Implemented in 3 Provinces GP,KZN and WC

KZN- Ethekwini&Umkhanyakude

WC – Cape Winelands

GP- City of Johannesburg

Q2 Completion of Wine Service training Programme (Sommelier)

Project planning finalised, currently under procurement and commencement in Q4

KZN – Unemployed Tourism & Hospitality Databases of the municipalities

WC- Unemployed database from the District Municipality

GP - –Unemployed Tourism & Hospitality Database of the City of Johannesburg

Enrolled: 269

Completed: 242

1)Sommelier Module five (Wine Level 3 International Wines)

2)SommelierModule 6 (SASA Wine Steward)

3) Event Support Assistant, Customer Care, Culture and Nature Site Guide

1)Sommelier Module 5 

2) Sommelier Module 6

3). Cathsseta Skills Programme

(EXAMS STILL IN PROGRESS)

Sommelier Academy

(Module 5)

SASA(South African Sommelier Association)(Module 6)

CATHSSETA (Event Support, Customer Care, Nature and Culture Site Guide)

40 – Employed and

4 started their own business

NB:

59 dropped out

2017/18 YEAR ONE: NATIONAL YOUTH CHEF TRAINING PROGRAMME: (The programme was implemented for a period of three years)

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

NYCTP

2017/2018

Targeting 577 trainees was implemented

Certificate – 250

Diploma- 227

Pastry - 100

Limpopo

  • Vhembe Municipality
  • Mogalakwena Municipality
  • Capricorn Municipality
  • Sekhukhune Municipality
  • Greater Tzaneen
  • Thabazimbi Municipality
  • Maruleng Municipality
  • Blouberg Municipality

Mpumalanga

  • City of Mbombela
  • Nkomazi Local Municipality
  • Emakhazeni Local Municipality

Gauteng

  • City of Tshwane
  • City of Johannesburg
  • Merafong Local Municipality
  • Ekhurhuleni Local Municipality
  • Midvaal local Municipality
  • Emfuleni Municipality

North West

  • Mafikeng Local Municipality
  • Bojanala Platinum District
  • Rusternburg Local Municipality
  • JB Marks Municiplaity

Western Cape

  • Cape Town Municipality
  • George Municipality
  • Knysna Local Municipality
  • Overstarnd Municipality
  • Swellendam Municipality

Eastern Cape

  • Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality
  • Buffalo City Municipality

Northern Cape

  • Sol PlaatjieMunicipality

Free State

  • Mangaung Municipality

Kwazulu Natal

  • Ethekwini Municipality
  • Zululand District Municipality
  • Umgungundhlovu Municipality
  • Ray Nkonyeni Local Municipality
  • Uthukela Local Municipality

Advertised:

  • Department of Tourism Media and Website
  • SA Chefs Media

Enrolled – 766

Dropped out - 74

Completed – 692

Certificate graduates -429

Diploma graduates –121

Pastry graduates – 40

  • City & Guilds Food Preparation and Cooking Certificate (8065-01)
  • City & Guilds Food Preparation and Cooking Diploma (8065-02)
  • City & Guilds Food Preparation and Cooking Patisserie (8065-03)

Wrote - 692

Passed – 590

Failed – 99

Absent - 3

City & Guilds Qualification

Recognised Internationally:

London

Africa – including Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Nigeria, Seychelles, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

ASEAN and Greater China – including Brunei Darussalam, Burma, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam.

Caribbean and the Americas – including Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos Islands.

India and Nepal

Middle East and North Africa (MENA) – including Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, UAE.

South Asia – including Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka.

46 employed as follows:

Diploma - 6

Pastry - 40

2018/2019: YEAR TWO: NATIONAL YOUTH CHEF TRAINING PROGRAMME (Continuation of the programme with certificates and diploma graduates only)

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b)Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d)What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

The NYCTP

2018/19

Targeting 477 unemployed youth trainees was implemented

(561 learners enrolled)

Diploma – 250

Pastry- 227

 

No advertisement was released as the students were already in the system and continued to Diploma and Pastry

Diploma Learners – 392

Pastry Learners -169

Completed - 561 learners

  • City & Guilds Food Preparation and Cooking Diploma (8065-02)
  • City & Guilds Food Preparation and Cooking Patisserie (8065-03)

Successful – 536

Failed – 16

Exams Absentees (both levels) - 9

Diploma Passed– 375

Pastry Passed – 161

Diploma Failed – 9

Pastry Failed – 7

City & Guilds Qualification

Recognised Internationally:

Pastry employed -76

2019/20: YEAR THREE: NATIONAL YOUTH CHEF TRAINING PROGRAMME (Continuation of the programme with certificates and diploma graduates

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(c) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

The NYCTP

2019/20

Targeting 250 unemployed youth trainees was implemented

Pastry- 250

All 9 provinces

No advertisement was released as the students were already in the system and were continued to Diploma and Pastry

Still in progress – 368 Pastry learners

Not yet completed

Not yet completed

Exams to be written:

  • City & Guilds Food Preparation and Cooking Patisserie (8065-03)

Not yet completed

City & Guilds Qualification

Recognised Internationally:

Learners to complete the programme in December 2020

2017/2018 Training for Tourist Guides - Upskilling

a)Capacity Building Programme

(b)Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d)What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams

(g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

Adventure Guiding (NQF2)

Northern Cape

ZF Mgcawu District

Interviews

12

Adventure Guiding: Hiking (NQF2)

All 12 passed

CATHSSETA

Beneficiaries were new entrants. Subsequent to completion of training and registration, they were able to operate on a freelance basis.

Culture Guiding (NQF2)

Northern Cape

ZF Mgcawu District

Interviews

15

Culture Guiding (NQF2)

10 passed

5 dropped out

CATHSSETA

Beneficiaries were new entrants. Subsequent to completion of training and registration, they were able to operate on a freelance basis.

Culture Guiding (NQF2)

North West

Dr Ruth SegomotsiMompati District

Interviews

10

Culture Guiding (NQF2)

10 passed

CATHSSETA

Beneficiaries were new entrants. Subsequent to completion of training and registration, they were able to operate on a freelance

Adventure Guiding (NQF4)

KwaZulu-Natal

uThukela District

Identified by Ukhahlamba Drakensberg World Heritage Site, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

16

Adventure Guiding: Hiking (NQF4)

16 passed

CATHSSETA

Beneficiaries were registered community guides operating on a freelance basis for Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

Culture Guiding (NQF2) & Customer Service Training

Limpopo

Vhembe District

Identified by Mapungubwe World Heritage Site, SANParks.

8

Culture Guiding (NQF2) and Customer Service

8 passed

CATHSSETA

Beneficiaries were registered tourist guides fully employed by SANParks

2018/2019 Tourist Guides Training and upskilling

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d) What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

(g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

Adventure Guiding (NQF4)

Eastern Cape

O.R.Tambo District

Identified by Eastern Cape Parks & Tourism Agency

20

Adventure Guiding: Hiking (NQF4)

20 passed

CATHSSETA

Beneficiaries were new entrants. Subsequent to completion of training and registration, they were able to operate on a freelance basis.

Nature and Culture Guiding (NQF2)

Limpopo

Waterberg District

Interviews

16

Nature and Culture Guiding (NQF2)

16 passed

CATHSSETA

Beneficiaries were new entrants. Subsequent to completion of training and registration, they were able to operate on a freelance basis.

Nature Guiding (NQF4)

Kwazulu-Natal

Umkhanyakude District

Identified by iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority

10

Nature Guiding (NQF4)

10 passed

CATHSSETA

Beneficiaries were operating on a freelance basis.

2019/20 TouristGuides Trainingand upskilling

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b)Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d)What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

(g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

Mandarin Language Training

HSK Level 1

Beneficiaries were from

  • Western Cape,
  • Gauteng &
  • Eastern Cape

Interviews

20

HSK 1 Equivalent Exam

20 passed

Confucius Institute

( International recognised)

Out of the 20 beneficiaries, two (2) are business owners, 6 are employed and the remaining operating on a freelance basis.

2020/21Tourist GuidesTraining and upskilling

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b)Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d)What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

(g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

Mandarin Language Training

HSK Level 1

Beneficiaries are from

  • Limpopo
  • Mpumalanga &
  • KwaZulu-Natal

Interviews

20 students are expected to attend and complete the training

HSK 1 Equivalent Exam will be written

TBC as training will be implemented during Q3 and Q4

Confucius Institute (International recognised

To be determined.

2016/17 EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN IN TOURISM

(a)Capacity Building Programme

  1. Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d)What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

(g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

EDP Training

2017

Training was open for all 9 provinces.

Selected learners came from KZN, Gauteng, Western Cape, NW

Request for nominations were sent to employers through associations of all the tourism value chain

20 attended

Assignments and POE’s were submitted in 2 semesters which are June and Dec

19 wrote exams as 1 student passed during the programme

16 graduated

This programme is NQF level 8 aligned

This programme is for employed women

A branch manager for Avis Car Rental in Menlyn (Pretoria). Promoted to an Area Manager overseeing 7 Avis Car Rental branches in Limpopo,

Operations Department, to Operations Duty Manager at Sun Times Square (Sun International)

Rooms Divisions Manager at Protea Hotel Fire and Ice! Melrose Arch to General Manager at Protea Hotel Karridene

2018 EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN IN TOURISM

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d)What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

(g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

EDP Training

2018

Training was open for all 9 provinces.

Selected learners came fromGauteng,Western Cape,North West,Mpumalanga,Kwa – Zulu Natal,Eastern Cape

Request for nominations were sent to employers through associations of all the tourism value chain

40 attended

Assignments and POE’s were submitted in 2 semesters which are June and Dec

40 wrote exams

32 graduated

This programme is NQF level 8 aligned

This programme is for employed women

Assistant General Manager: City Lode Hotel Groups to General Manager: Road Lodge Kimberly

Deputy Manager: Bidvest Prestige to General Manager Regional (North West Hospitality Region): Bidvest Prestige

Branch Manager: Illios Travel to Head of Operations: Illios Travel Head Office Johannesburg

Assistant General Manager: City Lodge Hotel Group to Senior Assistant General Manager: Town Lodge Greyston, Sandton

Assistant front office manager: Hilton Cape Town to Guest Relation Manager – Hilton Worldwide Luxury Brand Dubai

2019 EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN IN TOURISM

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d)What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

(g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

EDP Training

2019/20

Training was open for all 9 provinces.

Selected learners came from Gauteng, KZN, EC, NW, Limpopo

Request for nominations were sent to employers through associations of all the tourism value chain

20 attended

Assignments and POE’s were submitted in 2 semesters which are June and Dec

20 wrote exams

12 graduated

( 3 dropped out due to ill health, the other 5 have modules outstanding, hence only 12 was eligible to graduate)

This programme is NQF level 8 aligned

This programme is for employed women

2020 EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN IN TOURISM

(a)Capacity Building Programme

(b) Where were the training courses run?

(province and district)

(c )How were students Identified?

(d)What number of students attended and completed each training course

(e) what exams were written in each case,

(f) what number of students wrote, passed and failed the exams,

(g) Where is the course recognised ?

(h) which of these graduates were employed?

EDP Training

2020

20 black women enrolled in executive Development Programme for WiT

Training has not commence however it will be conducted in Gauteng

Request for nominations were sent to employers through associations of all the tourism value chain

The intake for 2020/21 commencement date was postponed from July 2020 to January 2021 due to the

COVID-19 pandemic. The selection process for 20 candidates is still in progress.

NA

Assignments and POE’s were submitted in 2 semesters which are June and Dec

NA

This programme is NQF level 8 aligned

This programme is for employed women

23 September 2020 - NW2096

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Basic Education to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What (a) is the total number of social workers who are employed by her department that are employed (i) on a permanent basis, (ii) on a fixed-term and/or (iii) temporary contract in each province, (b) is the total number of social worker vacancies in her department in each province and (c) are the reasons that the positions are still vacant?

Reply:

(a) - (c) The National Department of Basic Education does not employ Social Workers. This is the function that resides with the Provincial Education Departments (PEDs)

23 September 2020 - NW1921

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

Whether all the schools in the Republic have a compliance officer assigned and/or employed; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) how often do the officers submit reports of their findings on issues in their schools, (b) who do the officers submit their report to and (c) what are the details of the common findings in the schools across the Republic in each province?

Reply:

(a) The position of Compliance Officer is not part of employees in the post establishments of public schools.  The Honourable Member is advised to refer her questions to the Provinces.

(b) N/A

(c) N/A

22 September 2020 - NW481

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Van Der Walt, Ms D to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(a) Who are the financial contributors to the Sanitation Appropriate for Education campaign since its launch, (b) what is the total monetary value of each contribution since the launch and (c) how were the contributions spent in each case since the launch?

Reply:

Partner

Number of Projects

Completed to date

Assupol

10

10

Adopt-a-school/AFRISAM

4

4

AVBOB

6

4

LONMIN

13

0

Department of Environment Affairs                  

30

19

Department of Water and Sanitation                           

3

0

Nelson Mandela Foundation

1

1

NORCOS

5

1

Tiger Brands

5

4

Unilever

3

2

Total

80

45

The financial contributors were allocated schools; at which the contributors conducted the necessary condition assessments, compile the scope of work for the sanitation infrastructure, aligned to the Norms and Standards, and proceed to construct the sanitation infrastructure.  No funding was managed by the department. Upon the completion of the ablution facilities, the completed assets were officially handed to the department and the school.

22 September 2020 - NW1455

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Groenewald, Mr IM to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

Whether, with reference to the fact that most municipalities do not apply the principle of no-work-no-pay, resulting in unprotected illegal strikes, the Government engaged with the trade unions to protect the taxpayers and ensure that they receive value for money for taxes and rates that they pay by allowing municipal employees to rather claim from the Unemployment Insurance Fund during the period of lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19 in line with other citizens who are on a no-work-no-pay arrangement; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

Municipalities’ employees are legible to apply for Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF)benefits if the employer has registered them using a reference number.

UIF Covid-19 TERS, are funds that a meant for employees who have been temporary laid-off due to lockdown as everybody is adhering to health and safety protocols having occasioned by the outbreak of devastating Covid-19. Attempting to curb the spread of Covid-19 and flatten the curve, many employees had to stay at home, so, to mitigate against the hardship of not earning whilst staying at home, employers on behalf of employees or employees themselves had to apply for UIF Covid-19 Temporary Employer-Employee Relief Scheme (TERS).Ifworkers were on strike and notat work it would not be possible for them to qualify for COVID-19 TERS benefits.

The employees could qualify for other UIF benefits as and when they getunemployed, dismissed, retrenched deceased, on maternity leave etc.

Municipalities have the right to register for the Unemployment Insurance and pay contribution to the Fund.

22 September 2020 - NW2145

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Marais, Mr S to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

(1)Whether, with reference to the financial problems experienced by Denel, the Department of Defence and Armscor which hinder their delivery on their mandates, especially Denel’s challenges to deliver on contractual obligations to the SANDF, there are any considerations to restructure Denel and Armscor; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) Whether a decision has been made to cancel the project considering the challenges to fund and deliver on Project Hoefyster; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether, with reference to the reduced budget of the department, specifically the Special Defence Account allocation to Denel and Armscor, she is able to confirm (a) if projects Biro and Hotel will not be delayed and (b) that no payment will be defaulted; if not, why not; if so, (i) how will the management of the dockyard activities be impacted and (ii) what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) The performance of Denel against contracts for the DOD is currently being hindered to a great extent as a result of their financial distress which is impeding the procurement of subsystems and components required for meeting their contractual deliveries, as well as a significant loss of capability in certain critical areas.

Armscor and the DOD have developed alternative options with respect to the future of Denel, which will be presented for consideration by decision makers within government. It is clear that, without a significant bailout by Government, Denel will not be in a position to exist in its current form, nor will it be in a position to meet its contractual obligations to Armscor.

Denel possesses specific critical strategic and sovereign capabilities that are not duplicated elsewhere in the RSA, and the proposed options for going forward are aimed at maintaining at least those identified strategic and sovereign capabilities.

At present there is no imperative to restructure Armscor. Armscor recently completed a turnaround process which resulted in a restructuring that was aimed at optimising the performance of the organisation and which furthermore focussed on increased revenue generation in view of the decrease in the Defence budget and anticipated decreases in the transfer payment allocated to Armscor.

(2) Over the past few years, Project Hoefyster has suffered from significant delays and Denel is currently reneging on their contractual deliveries on this project. During 2018, Denel formally indicated to Armscor that it cannot complete the project within timescales, specifications or within budget, and requested a reset of the contract.

Armscor has presented several options with respect to going forward with the project to all relevant forums within the DOD. These options were thoroughly considered by both Armscor and the DOD, and a preferred option of deferment of the project was further developed and motivated. This option was supported by the SA Army, and has been presented to the respective governance forums within the DOD and was eventually recommended to the Armaments Acquisition Council (AAC) which is chaired by the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans. The AAC is the final decision making authority on projects, and it will provide guidance with respect to the preferred option regarding going forward with the project.

(3) In spite of the decline in the Capital Budget of the DOD which forms part of the Special Defence Account, sufficient funding is available to fund both projects Biro and Hotel. Neither of the projects will thus be delayed as a result of insufficient funding and Armscor will not be defaulting on any of the contractual payments. The worsening Rate of Exchange of the South African Rand against the Euro and other major currencies is placing significant pressure on the available budget for both projects, but the DOD has to date been able to provide sufficient funding to maintain the required budget for the projects.

Some delays on both projects have however been incurred as a result of the COVID-19 Lockdown and the resultant inability to import certain critical subsystems, but both projects are endeavouring to make up the delays that have been suffered. At present, project Biro is still expected to deliver the first vessel on time (January 2020), while a number of the contractual deliverables on project Hotel have been completed ahead of time.

In this regard, it is not expected that there will be any negative impact on the management of the anticipated Dockyard activities.

22 September 2020 - NW1897

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Sonti, Ms NP to ask the Minister of Employment and Labour

What (a) number of persons have lost their jobs in the mining industry since the beginning of the lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19 and (b) engagements has he had with the mining sector to reduce the number of job losses in the mining industry?

Reply:

a) Honourable Member would recall that Statistics South Africa is responsible for collection, collating and releasing of the official employment statistics through the Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS) and the Quarterly Employment Statistics (QES).

The number of jobs lost in the mining industry since the beginning of the lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19 is not yet available because the QLSF 2nd Quarter will be released around the dates of 29th September 2020 and the QES will be released around the 15th of October 2020.

We will therefore request that we humbly await the publication of the official data in the country.

22 September 2020 - NW1922

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

What (a) total number of (i) learners and (ii) teachers who had comorbidities have died from Covid-19 in each province and (b) was the specific illness and/or condition that the learners and/or teachers had?

Reply:

(a) The reporting of death relating to COVID-19 does not seek to check whether the deceased had comorbidities or not. Attached are the COVID-19 related fatalities as reported by the Provincial Education Departments (PEDs)

(b) The Department of Basic Education does not collect the requested data. 

21 September 2020 - NW2147

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Tourism

What (a) steps has her department taken to ensure accessibility of tourism sites in the past three financial years to date, (b) are the details of the success achieved in this regard, (c) are the details of how accessibility of tourism sites is measured, (d) are the details of the road infrastructure that was (i) developed, (ii) upgraded and (iii) maintained in the past three financial years to date and (e) are the additional tourism offers that have been added in this regard in each instance?

Reply:

Various role players contribute to tourism. Tourism will always benefit from any maintenances, upgrades or new developments to any infrastructure.

Road infrastructure is not the competency of the Department of Tourism nor does the department keep the requested information pertaining to the road infrastructure of the country.The Honourable member may refer the question to the Minister of Transport.

(a) to (e) Not applicable.

21 September 2020 - NW2151

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition

Whether he will furnish Mr M Cuthbert with a list of official overseas trips that a certain person (name furnished) has taken during her tenure at his department, including the (a) cost, (b) destination and (c) purpose of each trip; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, 2) whether the specified person ever received any gifts from Ithuba; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, 3) whether the gifts were declared to his department; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. I am advised that according to the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) records, the specified person travelled overseas as detailed below and that all trips undertaken were aligned to the functions for which the official is responsible and were duly authorised by the delegated authority.

No

Destination (b)

Date

Cost (a) in Rand (R)

Purpose of each trip (c)

1

Boston

Oct 2011

73 727,00

Learning and development intervention.

2

Beijing and Shanghai

Nov 2011

61 661,00

Attended the SA EXPO in Beijing and Shanghai as part of the Dept’s trade promotion programme.

3

Boston

Mar 2012

73 596,00

Learning and development intervention.

4

Boston

Apr 2013

63 296,00

Attended the 2013 Governance, Risk Management and Compliance Summit.

5

Kuala Lumpur

Jun 2013

35 454,00

Invited to attend The Global Summit for Women 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

6

Brazil

Aug 2013

57 077,00

Conducted an international benchmarking study in Brazil pertaining to Public Entities and Statutory Institutions.

7

Washington

Nov 2013

75 843,00

Attended the 17th Annual KM World Conference & Exposition in Washington.

8

Paris

Jun 2014

59 026,00

Attended the Global Summit of Women in Paris.

9

Washington

Jul 2014

77 898,00

Attended and participated in the AGOA Forum and the business engagements on the margins of US-Africa Leaders’ Summit. Provided support to the Minister.

10

Brazil

Oct 2014

69 708,00

Led the delegation for the 6th Investment and Trade Initiative (ITI) in Brazil.

11

Washington

Nov 2014

96 567,39

Learning and Development Conference in Washington.

12

Atlanta and Santa Fe

Jul 2015

100 311,72

Trade promotion programme to Atlanta & Santa Fe. Supported the Deputy Minister.

13

California and St Louis

Oct 2015

104 453,72

Learning and Development intervention.

Also met with Showroom Management Company regarding the trade promotion Hub in Atlanta.

14

Hong Kong

Mar 2016

60 916,72

Participated in the Trade Promotion Expo.

15

Atlanta

Jul 2016

119 081,23

Participated and attended the trade promotion programme in Atlanta.

16

Moscow

Sept 2016

48 688,23

Attended and participated in the national Pavilion in Moscow.

17

Washington

Nov 2016

64 713,23

Learning and development intervention.

18

Atlanta and Miami

Nov 2016

100 375,23

Participated in the trade promotion programme.

19

San Diego

Apr 2017

125 456,23

Meeting with institutional buyers regarding the trade promotion programme.

20

Doha Qatar

Apr 2017

60 793,23

Attended the International Conference on Chemical Disarmament and Security as part of council function.

21

Atlanta

Jul 2017

97 586,29

Participated in the Trade Promotion programme.

22

Atlanta

Jan 2018

80 163,29

Participated in the Trade Promotion programme.

23

Atlanta

Jul 2018

64 021,68

Participated in the Trade Promotion programme.

24

New York, Philadelphia and Orlando

Oct 2018

119 116,68

Participated in the outward mission as part of the Trade Promotion programme.

25

Atlanta

Sept 2019

90 927,93

Facilitated the Trade Promotion project closure.

26

Geneva, Germany and the United Kingdom

Nov 2019

101 427,93

Part of SABS administration function to address a session of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardisation Policies and undertook benchmarking visits to the British Standards Institute (BSI), German National Standards Body (DIN) and Swiss Standards Body (SNV).

2. The specified person received the following gifts from Ithuba in 2016 when representing the Department at the launch of Ithuba’s new “Raffle” game:

  • 1 box of chocolates;
  • Two wine glasses;
  • 1 pair of Jenna Clifford earrings; and
  • Soap.

3. I am advised that the gifts were disclosed to the Department in 2016.

-END-

21 September 2020 - NW1983

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Social Development

With reference to her reply to question 829 on 11 June 2020, and the indication by the SA Social Security Agency (SASSA) in a Portfolio Committee on Social Development on 13 May 2020 that it was in the process of restructuring its operating model, which will likely include a reduction in the number of SASSA’s regional offices, what (a) is the current organogram of SASSA which includes (i) regional, (ii) provincial and (iii) district offices, (b) are the full names and titles of the current managers at each specified office, (c) are the reporting lines for the managers in the offices and (d) is the physical addresses of the regional, provincial and district offices?

Reply:

(a)(b)and (c)

In line with the reply provided in Question 829, SASSA’s proposed operating model has not been implemented. However, the three existing Regional Executive Managers have been seconded on a temporary basis to manage additional Regions each for a period of six months. The secondments are in line with the Staffing Practices Policy of SASSA.

The full names and titles of the current managers at each specified office, and (c) the reporting lines for the managers in the offices are listed on the attached list (Annexures A1-A10)

The current Organisational Structure as approved by the Minister of Social Development comprises of Head Office (Pretoria) and nine (9) Regional Offices.The Agency’s organogram caters for 9 Regional (Provincial) Executive Managers that report directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)of SASSA (i.e., 1 Regional Executive Manager for each province). For ease of reference, the Organisational structure is attached below.

In each province/region there are a number of District Managers that are appointed and they report to the Regional Executive of the province/region. The diagram below depicts the high-level structure as approved which includes 9 provincial/regional offices. Attached are organograms demonstrating reporting lines of all the regional,provincial and districts offices, including reporting lines for managers.

Vacant posts;

  • Ms Dunkerley is managing functions of Grants operations and Policy implementation
  • Vacant Regional Executive Managers posts (6) have the 3 Regional Managers seconded as incumbents acting in clusters positions
  • GM Office of the CEO position is vacant, but has been advertised.
  • The position of COO is identified as a key and critical position,and funded, but currently vacant.

d) Physical Addresses Regional, Provincial and District Offices, please refer to (Annexure B)

National Assembly Written Reply: 1983 of 2020

_______________________

Approved by the Minister of Social Development

Date……………………….

21 September 2020 - NW1879

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Maseko-Jele, Ms NH to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Service

In order to address the issue of secondary victimisation, how will his department streamline and centralise reporting, investigative and court processes between the SA Police Service, the National Prosecuting Authority and judiciary so as to avoid repetitive statement-taking from the victim?

Reply:

Every effort is made to minimize and prevent any secondary trauma of the victim and a number of procedures and measures are in place to prevent this.

However, whilst the prosecution guard against additional statements from the same witness, in some instances there may be a need for supplementary statements to be provided and filed in the relevant police docket. This is to ensure that a comprehensive and detailed investigated docket and trial-ready case is put forward for prosecution where a prima facie case exists.

All relevant stakeholders in relation to Gender-based Violence and Femicide (GBVF) matters – such as for the South African Police Service in respect to investigations, Department of Social Development and non-governmental organisations on trauma containment services, the Department of Health regarding forensic medical examinations, National Prosecuting Authority as the prosecution, and the judiciary – all play a crucial collective role towards enhancing a victim-centric approach and minimising secondary victimisation.

The following initiatives, as implemented by the NPA, play a specific role towards minimizing any secondary victimization and ensuring a victim-centric approach in improving service delivery and support to victims of GBV:

The Thuthuzela Care Centres (TCCs) have specifically been established as a mechanism to minimize secondary victimization, as the objective of the TCC model is to provide all related services (medical, psycho-social, statement taking, follow-up services) at a 24-hour One Stop Centre. There are currently 55 TCC-sites nationally, with six (6) additional sites in the process of being added to the list.

Measures such as quality trauma containment assistance to victims, forensic medical examinations, specifically designed court preparation programmes to collectively increase the quality of prosecutions and achieve higher conviction rates all play a role.

 

The current court preparation model provides essential services to all witnesses to appear in courts, and 50% of their focus is specifically on victims of sexual offences.

In addition, the NPA Sexual Offences and Community Affairs (SOCA) Unit has developed a comprehensive training module (as part of the advanced sexual offences training curriculum) dealing with all related aspects on social context sensitivity awareness in a prosecutorial decision-making environment. The training manual specifically includes a module on secondary victimisation, its possible impact and how prosecutors should avoid it in GBVF matters.

Our dedicated Sexual Offences Courts make use of a number of interventions to reduce secondary trauma for victims, such as preparation services, pre-and post-trial trauma debriefing services, intermediary services, private testifying room/closed court services (via a closed-circuit TV system) and private waiting rooms for adult and child victims.

The aforementioned initiatives and activities are specifically aimed at constantly improving service delivery, which includes minimising any secondary victimization.

The recently promulgated Regulations give further impetus to section 55A of the Sexual Offences Act, 2007 and provide for the required facilities, devices, equipment, and services that these courts have to offer to be a designated Sexual Offences Court. All these measures are aimed at reducing secondary victimization.

In addition thereto, we are pleased to inform this House that three new Bills pertaining to preventing and combating GBV have recently been approved by Cabinet for introduction into Parliament and these Bills, once passed, will go a long way in further reducing and preventing secondary victimization.

21 September 2020 - NW2080

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Maotwe, Ms OMC to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

With reference to his department’s appearance before the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises on 19 August 2020, where the Director-General indicated that Rand Merchant Bank has been appointed as transaction advisors to ensure that the best option of securing funding is chosen, what (a) process was followed to appoint Rand Merchant Bank as the transaction advisors, (b) is the contract value of the specified agreement, (c) are the deliverables in the agreement and (d) are the timelines of the contract?

Reply:

(a) The Rand Merchant Bank had been appointed as transaction advisor to oversee the Strategic Equity Partner (SEP) transaction of Air Chefs by SAA, the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) expanded the scope in line with procurement prescripts to include a similar scope on the SAA group, in line with Treasury Regulation 16A6.6.

(b)The contract value is capped at R12 million as retainer fee and R25 million as success fee for concluding a partnership for S

(c) The deliverables are;
i. Initial evaluation
ii. Due diligence and agreeing heads of agreement
iii. Final Due Diligence, definitive Transaction agreements, Transaction approvals and closing

(d) The timeline for the contract is 12 months. But the project may be concluded earlier due to the urgency of the matter, and the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) has an option of exiting within 15 days, a month’s notice or by mutual agreement.

21 September 2020 - NW2156

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

Whether, with reference to his reply to question 737 on 25 May 2020, he received the information requested from the provinces; if not, by what date does he envisage to receive such information; if so, will he furnish Mr. M Waters with the further relevant details? [

Reply:

Following my reply to PQ 737, I requested the Department to contact the provincial regulators and ask for information to advise on further steps that national government may need to take.

Information was received from the Eastern Cape, Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, KwaZulu-Natal and Western Cape provinces. I am advised that no information was received as yet from the Free State and Northern Cape.

The provincial liquor regulators form part of the National Liquor Regulators Forum (NLRF), which also consist of the South African Police Services (SAPS). SAPS indicated that in order to address liquor abuse as a contributor to contact crime as well as serious violent crimes, the National Crime Combatting Forum (NCCF) Instruction 2 of 2019 was issued to address the policing of the legal and illegal liquor trade from 01 April 2019 to 31 March 2020.

All provinces were instructed to plan and execute joint liquor control operations to ensure compliance by liquor traders with the provisions of national and provincial liquor legislation, focusing specifically on licensed liquor premises and illegal liquor outlets in close proximity of schools. This focused operational approach ensured the termination of illegal liquor trade at 2 279 unlicensed liquor outlets which were located in close proximity of schools.

With the country now at Level 1 and with the return of full government functions, further steps will be taken to request the outstanding information from the two provinces. The replies from provinces will form the basis for consideration by national government and where challenges were identified (e.g. the need for a clear and empowering legislative framework to enable provinces to take additional action), this is currently under consideration. On completion of these processes, a report will be prepared.

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21 September 2020 - NW2148

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Tourism

What (a) are the details of any organisation that has been supported by her department in the past three financial years to date, (b) is the nature of the support provided to each organisation, (c) is the total amount of monetary support given to each organisation, (d)(i) are the details of the criteria used to decide which organisation to support and (ii) are the reasons that the specified organisations were supported, (e) outcomes (i) were expected from the organisations respectively in each instance and (ii) did each organisation deliver in each case, (f) monitoring mechanisms are in place to monitor outcomes and expenditure and (g) criteria were used to categorise outcomes as successes and/or failures?

Reply:

The Department does not provide support to organisations.

(a) to (g) not applicable

21 September 2020 - NW2152

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition

Whether his department ever investigated allegations of the awarding of incentives through the Industrial Financing Branch to family members of certain persons (names furnished); if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what was the outcome in each case and (b) will he furnish Mr M J Cuthbert with the further relevant details? [

Reply:

I am advised by the Director-General that the Department has not received any allegations of the awarding of incentives through the Industrial Financing Branch to family members of the officials mentioned.Therefore, no investigations have been necessary.

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21 September 2020 - NW2150

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Cuthbert, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(1)Whether, with reference to his reply to question 1107 on 22 June 2020, a certain person (name furnished) (a) took and (b) was approved for sabbatical leave on more than one occasion prior to 9 February 2018 to 8 February 2019; if so, what are the relevant details (2) whether the sabbatical leave of the specified person was approved in line with the regulations of the Department of Public Service and Administration; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) for how long was the leave taken and (b) on what date was each leave segment taken?

Reply:

I am advised by the Department that:

1. The sabbatical leave was not taken. The employee in question was granted an International Scholarship and sabbatical leave was approved for this purpose for the period 1 October 2017 until 30 September 2018. Due to personal circumstances, the employee could not take up the scholarship and returned to work on 27 November 2017 and the sabbatical leave for the period 1 October 2017 until 24 November 2017 was subsequently converted to unpaid leave and is being recovered.

2. The sabbatical leave for the period 9 February 2018 to 8 February 2019 was approved in line with the Departmental policy on sabbatical leave as the Department of Public Service and Administration does not specifically provide for sabbatical leave, but allows departments to determine their own sabbatical leave policies.

a) The original approval was granted for a period of 12 months, from 9 February 2018 until 8 February 2019. The Accouting Officer did, however, approve a deviation from the 12 months consecutive sabbatical leave to allow for taking the leave in non-consecutive intervals as and when required, provided that the total period of leave taken does not exceed 12 months (261 working days). However, the employee took 249 working days out of the 261 working days; and

b) A breakdown of each period taken is provided in the table below:

2018

Period

No. of working days

09.02.2018 – 22.02.2018

10

27.02.2018 – 07.03.2018

7

29.03.2018 – 10.05.2018

27

01.06.2018 – 22.06.2018

16

02.07.2018 – 06.07.2018

5

13.08.2018 – 31.08.2018

15

10.09.2018 – 18.09.2018

7

12.11.2018 – 26.11.2018

11

 

98 working days

2019

21.01.2019 – 08.02.2019

15

18.02.2019 – 29.03.2019

29

08.04.2019 – 16.04.2019

7

06.05.2019 – 14.05.2019

6

10.06.2019 – 21.06.2019

9

26.06.2019 – 28.06.2019

3

08.07.2019 - 30.07.2019

17

31.07.2019 – 04.09.2019

25

06.09.2019 – 20.09.2019

11

23.09.2019

1

25.09.2019

1

03.10.2019 – 08.11.2019

27

 

151 working days

Total working days taken

249 working days

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21 September 2020 - NW1889

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Maotwe, Ms OMC to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What are the reasons that (a) The grievance lodged by a certain person (name furnished) regarding the interdict of the appointment of Eskom Group Treasurer was ignored, (b) Eskom misled the chairperson of the grievance process by supplying an incorrect advert of the position and (c) A certain person (name furnished) was a member of the interview panel that appointed Eskom Treasurer when the specified person is not a member of the board or an employee of Eskom? NW2397E

Reply:

According to the information received from Eskom

(a) The Grievance was attended to in line with the Eskom HR Management priscipts and the outcome was provided to the aggrieved employee.

(b) The advert that had been provided initially was the copy of the working draft. The error was corrected when it was posted out. There were no material differences between the working draft and final version published.

 

Table 1: Comparison of pdf copy of the advert vs advert on the Eskom recruitment site

 

Advert on the pdf copy

Advert  on       the  Eskom        recruitment

portal

Position: GM TREASURY

Position Task Grade: EEE – GENERAL MANAGER

Purpose: Ensure Eskom has necessary policies, strategies, processes and systems to optimize Eskom’s financial liquidity through providing an effective Treasury function.

Business Unit: Office of the CE/Chairman

Location: Megawatt Park Reference Number: 041120191 Closing Date: 07 November 2019 Line Manager: Jabu Mabuza

Position : GM Treasury Task Grade : E-Band

Area of Specialization: Ensure Eskom has necessary policies, strategies, processes and systems to optimize Eskom’s financial liquidity through providing an effective Treasury function.

Department : Chief Financial Officer Business Unit : Office of the CFO              Location : South Africa (Gauteng)              Reference Number : 041120191 Closing Date : Monday, 11 November 2019

 

(c) The Eskom recruitment and selection process make provision for a subject matter expect to form part of an interview panel. Ms Ramos was brought in on this basis.

None of the candidates of the candidates interviewed expressed discomfort or objected to discomfort with the composition of the interview panel.

21 September 2020 - NW2136

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

What are the reasons that the Government has not ratified the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime, commonly known as the Budapest Convention, after becoming a signatory on 23 November 2001 and (b) by what date does the Government intend to ratify the Budapest Convention?

Reply:

a) The Government does not intend to ratify the Budapest Convention, despite the fact that South Africa (SA) participated in negotiations on the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime, and signed the instrument on 23 November 2001. The Government took the decision to not ratify this instrument on the basis that the country’s policy on cybercrime did not comply with the provisions of the Convention. Even with the recent adoption of the Cybercrimes Bill by both Houses of Parliament, SA will not ratify this regional instrument, as a matter of principle, as the country would have little influence of shaping the instrument because non-EU members are only allowed to make submissions which the CoE considers in their absence. This is a position held by all Government departments.

b) Not applicable.