Questions and Replies

31 August 2018 - NW2227

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Brauteseth, Mr TJ to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)Whether (a) her department and/or (b) the KwaZulu-Natal department of education were involved in the arrangements to perform circumcisions on boy learners at the Celimfundo Primary School in Khetani in Winterton in June 2018; if not, who made the arrangements for the circumcisions to be performed; if so, (2) whether permission was obtained to perform the circumcision of each learner from both parents and/or guardians of each learner before the operation was performed; if not, in each case, on what basis were the circumcisions performed without obtaining permission; if so, were both parents and/or guardians requested to be present before, during and/or after the operations were performed; (3) (a) where was each operation performed, (b) by whom was each operation performed, (c) what criteria were used to determine which learners should be circumcised and (d) what are the details of any counselling given to each learner before and after the operations; (4) whether any follow-up visitations were conducted to any of the learners after the operations were performed; if not, why not; if so, (a) what are the relevant details of the follow-up visitations, (b) what number of follow-up visitations were conducted, (c) which learners were visited and (d) who conducted the follow-up visits; (5) whether any of the specified learners required further medical treatment after the operations were performed; if so, what are the relevant details? NW2401E

Reply:

(1) (a) The Minister of Basic Education was not aware of the medical male circumcision (MMC) that took place in the school. In the Integrated School Health Programme (ISHP), the Department of Basic Education (DBE) and the Department of Health (DOH) had agreed that only education on MMC should be provided to learners at school. In this regard, MMC is not performed at schools but learners are referred for services. The Honourable Member is requested to submit the question to the province.

(2)(3) (4) and (5) The Provincial and District Managers of the Department of Education in KwaZulu-Natal Province have reported that they are not aware that MCC services were provided to boy learners at the Celimfundo Primary School in Khetani in Winterton in June 2018. The Department of Health is responsible for the surgical processes including follow-up care of all patients. The Honourable Member is requested to submit the question to the provincial health department.

31 August 2018 - NW2225

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Lees, Mr RA to ask the Minister of Finance

What are the (a) names and (b) roles of each member of the Fiscal Liability Committee?

Reply:

Membership of the Fiscal Liability Committee (FLC) is not linked to an individual, rather a position. i.e. you are automatically a member of the FLC by virtue of occupying the below mentioned positions. The names of the officials currently occupying the positions are provided below:

9a) Names and (b) Roles of each member of the FLC

1. Deputy Director –General: Asset and Liability Management (Chairperson) (Voting) – Mr Anthony Julies

2. Deputy Director –General: Budget Office (Voting) - Mr Ian Stuart ( Acting)

3.  Deputy Director –General: Public Finance (Voting) - Dr Mampho Modise

4. Deputy Director –General: Intergovernmental Relations (Voting) - Ms Malijeng Ngqaleni

5. Head: Legal Services (Voting) - Ms Rebecca Tee

6. Director: Corporate Governance (Secretariat (Non-Voting) - Ms Rudzani Mandiwana

7. All Chief Directors in Asset and Liability Management Division (Non-Voting)

7.1 Tshepiso Moahloli

7.2 Jim Matsemela

7.3 Unathi Ngwenya

7.4 Johan Redelinghuys

8. Chief Director: Fiscal Policy (Non-Voting) - Mr Ian Stuart (Acting)

9. Chief Directors of Public Finance whose institutions for which they are responsible are on the agenda (Non –Voting)

31 August 2018 - NW2190

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Dudley, Ms C to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)When will the (a) next meeting of the Council of Education Ministers (CEM) be held and (b) draft Policy on Home Education be discussed at the CEM; (2) whether she will release the finalised draft policy to allow the public to study it; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether the South African Schools Act, Act 84 of 1996, forms the basis for the draft Policy on Home Education; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) how does the policy relate to her department’s proposed Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill?

Reply:

1. (a) 13 September 2018.

(b) The Draft Policy on Home Education was discussed at CEM on 19 July 2018.

2. The Draft Policy was approved by CEM for consultation with the public in September 2017. The public had up to December 2017 to make submissions, and some members of the public requested an extension which was granted up to 31 January 2018 to make the submissions. Procedurally, the public submissions are followed by the finalisation of the policy for approval for promulgation.

3. The South African Schools Act (SASA), Act 84 of 1996 formed the basis for the Draft Policy on Home Education. Section 51 of SASA is the relevant section in this regard.

4. The policy is in line with the provisions of the proposed Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill. Clause 25 of the BELA Bill provides a legislative framework for the policy.

31 August 2018 - NW2210

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Wessels, Mr W to ask the Minister of Tourism

(1)Whether all members of the senior management service (SMS) in his department had declared their interests for the past year as required by the Public Service Regulations; if not, (a) why not, (b) what number of the specified members did not declare their interests and (c) what are the (i) names and (ii) ranks of the specified noncompliant members of the SMS; (2) whether noncompliant SMS members have been charged; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) what number (a) of employees in his department at each post level are currently suspended on full salary and (b) of the specified employees at each post level have been suspended for the specified number of days (details furnished); (4) what is the total amount of cost attached to the days of service lost as a result of the suspensions in each specified case?

Reply:

1. Have all SMS Officials declared their interest for the past year?

The total number of SMS members registered for disclosure in the past year is 66. All 66 SMS members successfully submitted their financial disclosures within the stipulated time frame.

(a) Why not?

N/A

(b) What number of officials have not declared their interest?

N/A

(c) What are the: N/A

  1. Names of non- compliant SMS officials: N/A
  2. Ranks of non-compliant SMS officials; N/A

(2) Have the non-Compliant SMS Official been charged?

(3) (a) Number of employees at each level currently been suspended with full salary? None

(b) Of the specified employees at each post level who have been suspended for

(i) Less than 60 days: None

(ii) 60-90 days: None

(iii) 90-120 days: None

(iv) longer than 120 days: None

(4) What is the total amount of cost attached to the days of service lost as a result of the suspensions in each specified case? None

 

30 August 2018 - NW2067

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

What (a) number of title deeds for farms did (i) her department and (ii) each provincial department of rural development and land reform hand over since 1 April 2015 and (b) are the relevant details in each case in terms of the (i) programme under which the title deeds were transferred, (ii) dates on which title deeds were transferred, (iii) names of beneficiaries, (iv) names of previous owners, (v) contact details and (vi) exact GPS co-ordinates of each farm; (2) whether any of the specified title deeds included (a) limitations of ownership and/or (b) future transfer provisions; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

(1)(a), (i) 524. Restitution: 493; Redistribution: 31.

(ii) Please refer to the table below.

RESTITUTION FARMS

NO

PROVINCE

NUMBER

1

FREE STATE

11

2

EASTERN CAPE

2

3

MPUMALANGA

349

4

GAUTENG

29

5

NORTHERN CAPE

31

6

KWAZULU NATAL

0

7

LIMPOPO

47

8

WESTERN CAPE

8

9

NORTH WEST

16

REDISTRIBUTION FARMS

NO

PROVINCE

NUMBER

1

Eastern Cape

1

2

Free State

1

3

KwaZulu-Natal

22

4

Mpumalanga

3

5

Northern Cape

1

6

North West

3

(b)(i),(ii),(iii),(v),(vi) Please refer to Annexures A and B respectively.

(2)(a), (b) Please refer to Annexures A and B respectively.

Annexure A of NA-Question 2067 of 2018: Programme Restitution

FREE STATE

(1)(a)(i)(ii)

(b)(i)are the relevant details in each case

(b) (ii)dates on which title deeds were transferred

(b)(iv)Name of the previous owner

(b)(iii) names of beneficiaries

(b)(vi) are the GPS co-ordinates of the farm

(b)(v) contact information of the beneficiaries in each case;

(2)(a)(b): (a) limitations of ownership and/or (b) future transfer provisions; if so, what are the relevant details in each case

1

Remaining extent of farm Bakenkop No. 309 extent 214.1330HA
Farm Pizgha Heights No. 1457 extent: 567.4311HA

26 July 2016

State Owned (DRLDLR)

Lekhalong CPA

29° 8' 12.08"S

27° 27' 53.5"E

Mr Mabeta at

0786030995

None

1

Portion 0 (remaining extent) of the farm Modderina No. 1116 in extent: 221.5980ha
The Farm Boschhoek No. 841 in extent: 275.1798HA
Remaining of the farm clarence in extent: 179.5855HA
The farm monument No. 915 in extent: 4.9251HA
The farm mount lavina No. 1264 in extent: 389.7221HA

13/12/2016

Pieter L Uys

Basia CPA

28⁰286’36.156”E

28⁰28’7.206”S

Mr. Ngaka Daniel Mosia, cell no. 082 448 5707

Mr. Lekula Alfred Mosia, cell no. 082 050 8795

Beneficiaries shall not after registration of transfer of the proprety , dispose, of or encumber the property orany portion thereof without prior witeen authorisation of the Minister of Rural Deveelopment and Land Reform

2

Portion 0 of the Farm Clifton No. 1929 in extent of 231.2636HA
Portion 0 of the Farm Lenie's Rust Oos No. 365 in extent of 105.5033HA
Portion 0 of the Farm Helena No. 631 in extent of 105.5033HA
Portion 0 of the Farm Lenie's Rust No. 1096 in extent of 54.9529HA
Portion 0 of the Farm Lenie's Rust West No. 365 in extent of 59.5504HA

01 December 2016

Dollatella 24 CC

Sebitloane Family Trust

&

Moipolai CPA

27⁰6’3.804”E

29⁰3’57.614”S

Mr George Sebitloane, Cell:

0713523182

Mr Wepeng Moipolai, Cell:

0718957223

Beneficiaries shall not after registration of transfer of the proprety , dispose, of or encumber the property orany portion thereof without prior witeen authorisation of the Minister of Rural Deveelopment and Land Reform

1

Farm Zoar no 1236 and Farm Jacoba no 392 measuring 124.6014ha and 305.2937ha

14 April 2016

Hermanus J Bonnet

Zoar Communal Property Trust

26⁰31’59.573”E

28⁰36’27.446”S

Mr. Qajela Francis Raselemane, Cell: 082 092 0958 & Mr. Thamsanqa Isaac April, Cell: 073 156 5259

Beneficiaries shall not after registration of transfer of the proprety , dispose, of or encumber the property orany portion thereof without prior witeen authorisation of the Minister of Rural Deveelopment and Land Reform.

1

Remaining extent of the farm, "The Willows", no 46
extent 177.0223ha

18 March 2016

Robbert Kemp

Tshepanang CPA

29° 13' 54.48"S

26° 54' 10.08"E

Gregory Moduka (CPA Chairperson) 0794590185/0825260547

Beneficiaries shall not after registration of transfer of the proprety , dispose, of or encumber the property orany portion thereof without prior witeen authorisation of the Minister of Rural Deveelopment and Land Reform

1

Portion 0 of farm Libertas no 387 measuring 408.1989ha
Portion 0 (remaining extent) of farm Lust Hof no 381 measuring 302.0960ha
Portion 0 (remaining extent) of farm Ou-Hout-Hoek no 288 measuring 605.8833ha

8th May 2017

Meyers Trust

Dithabeng CPA, which is currently in a process of leasing out the property

28° 28' 1.13"S

28° 20' 25.66"E

Mpho Ishmael Motaung (CPA Chairperson) 0839821344

Beneficiaries shall not after registration of transfer of the proprety , dispose, of or encumber the property orany portion thereof without prior witeen authorisation of the Minister of Rural Deveelopment and Land Reform

1

Portion 1 of farm Ha-sehapi no 1840 measuring 708.5217ha

22 May 2017

Best Prospects 162 cc

Dithabeng CPA, which is currently in a process of leasing out the property

28° 22' 39.32"S

28° 32' 49.16"E

Mpho Ishmael Motaung (CPA Chairperson) 0839821344

Beneficiaries shall not after registration of transfer of the proprety , dispose, of or encumber the property orany portion thereof without prior witeen authorisation of the Minister of Rural Deveelopment and Land Reform

2

Portion 11 of Farm Moroka No. 3000, Remainder of Portion 1 of Farm Moroka No. 3000

18 January 2017

 

Ms Keneilwe Goronyane

0823289119/0607866470

Portion 11

26° 52' 33.649"E

29° 1' 54.348"S

RE Portion 1

26° 52' 34.932"E

29° 2' 55.08"S

Ms Keneilwe Goronyane

0823289119/0607866470

None

1

farm Makkawaans Bank No.134 and Langspruit No.398

25/11/2016

State land

Bolofo CPA

27,570749 ; -28,104604

27,589251 ; -28,088308

Mr Bolofo

0843256942

None

11

TOTAL

           

EASTERN CAPE PROVINCE

(1)(a)(i)

(ii)

(b)(i)are the relevant details in each case

(b) (ii)dates on which title deeds were transferred

(b)(iv)Name of the previous owner

(b)(iii) names of beneficiaries

(b)(v) contact information of the beneficiaries in each case;

(b)(vi) are the GPS co-ordinates of the farm

(2)(a)(b): (a) limitations of ownership and/or (b) future transfer provisions; if so, what are the relevant details in each case

1

1

Portion 1 of Farm 216

Remainder of Farm 216

06/03/2018

Estate of Mr P. Jacobs

Likhayalethu Communal Property Association(CPA) (Double Drift Community)

Chairperson of CPA: Mr Mxolisi Ngesi-0737452773

26.984547 -33.457969

27.023380 -33.447499

Conveyancer appointed and is busy with transfer

No Restrictions

1

1

Farm no. 31

01/03/2018

National Government

Imikhonde - Masibambane Mikhonde Communal Property Association

Patrick Sobahle

083 724 8758

Zukume

0838974121

29.094169 -30.975983

No Restrictions

2

               

Mpumalanga Province

(1)(a)(i)(ii)

(b)(i) are the relevant details in each case

(b)(ii) dates on which the title deeds were transfered

(b)(iv) name of the previous farm owner

(b)(iii) name of beneficiaries

(b)(v) contact information of beneficiaries in each case

(b)(vi) are GPS coordinates of the farm

(2)(a)(b): (a) limitations of ownership and/or (b) future transfer provisions; if so, what are the relevant details in each case

1

Uitzoek 41 JS Ptn 1

18/04/2008

C 28 Beleggings Pty Ltd

Mathabathe John Mathebe

P O Box 1944 Dannilton 1030

-25.255311,29.260515

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

2

Loskop North 12 JS Ptn 920, 927, 928, 929, 930, 931, 932, 937, 939 & 941

2008/11/112

Pelser Susanna Hermina

Monwana Elias More

013 261 2115/ 083 478 9717

920= -25.124109,29171945

927= -25.115778,29.161411

928= -25.122406,29.163839

929= -25129512,29.165414

930= -25.137334,29.156029

931= -25.13213

9,29.155767

932= -25.127183,29.155176

937= -25.116972,29.145266

939= -25.118943,29.140147

941= -25.137857,29.148666

No selling of the property with DG’s right of 1st refusal.

2

Ptn 5 and 13 of Rietfontein 375 KT

2007/10/09

Prinsloo Willem Marthinus

Ms SL Segwane, Ms MB Mapyane, Ms HA Phetla & KL Segwane representing four families lodged on behalf of Bakoni Ba Shaga Community

Ms SL Segwane, Ms MB Mapyane, Ms HA Phetla & KL Segwane representing four families on behalf of Bakoni Ba Shaga Community

 

PTN5: 24°59'7.39"S 30°12'22.98"E

PTN13: 24°58'45.37"S 30°10'53.91"E

No selling of the property with DG’s right of 1st refusal.

2

Diepgezet 388 JU Ptn 0

08/09/2009

Republic of South Africa

Ekuphileni Kwesive CPA

Mr. Douglas Nkosi: 082 937 2579

25°59'40.65"S 31° 3'47.62"E

No selling of the property with DG’s right of 1st refusal.

1

Groenfontein 266 JS Ptn 4

13/07/2009

Hesselman Nicolaas Joachim & Hesselman Willem Jacobus

Mr W.T. Mtshweni lodged on behalf of Emarubini Abomvu CPA

Mr T.W. Mtshweni – 083 109 5000/9

25°39'56.83"S 29°23'23.68"E

Rictrictions on transfers without DG approval

4

Oompie 433 JU Ptn 2, Coopersdal 423 JU Ptn 29 and Ptn 9, Gazebo 651 Ju Ptn 3, 2 and R/E and Elsana 440 JU Ptn 3

Oopie- pending

Coorpersdal-2011/08/31

Gazebo-2010/04/30

Elsana – 2007/05/09

Theuns Webb Trust

SK Siwela

Greater Tenbosh Siboshwa and Hhoyi – Happy Lamula-076 036 6707

RE/2/433: 25°30'23.72"S 31°50'35.15"E

9/423 25°30'55.60"S 31°56'37.91"E

29/423 25°32'52.66"S 31°55'26.03"E

RE/651: 25°29'5.37"S 31°42'34.13"E

2/651 25°30'34.60"S 31°42'46.16"E

3/651 25°31'10.75"S 31°43'22.67"E

3/440: 25°37'47.33"S 31°49'12.41"E

Rictrictions on transfers without DG approval

8

Komatipoort 182 JU Ptn 12 & 44, Pholane 578 JU Ptn 1, Vyeboom 414 JU Ptn 1, Tecklenburg's Ranch 548 JU Ptn 0, Coopersdal 423 JU Ptn 19, Tenbosch 162 JU Ptn 7, 8, 18, 24,50, 85, 59 & 55

2008/12/01

2014/10/02

2014/10/02

2014/10/10

2014/09/26

Elmboog Trust, Elmboog Suiker C, Piet Maritz Trust, Maritz Pieter Trust, Maritz Pieter Jacobus, Zelpy 1382 :Pty LTD, JC. Tecklenburg Trust, Verland Boedery :Pty LTD, J.C. Tecklenburg :Pty LTD

Greater Tenbosh Siboshwa and Hhoyi

Greater Tenbosh Siboshwa and Hhoyi

Happy Lamula-076 036 6707

Komatipoort 182 JU

PTN 12 :25°25'0.87"S 31°55'31.31"E

PTN 44 :25°25'19.68"S31°55'31.79"E

Pholane 578 JU

PTN 1 :25°25'23.54"S 31°55'56.61"E

Vyeboom 414 JU

PTN 1 :25°29'26.94"S 31°47'48.87"E

Tecklenburg's Ranch 548 JU

:25°34'25.90"S 31°32'54.41"E

Coopersdal 423 JU

:25°30'15.46"S 31°53'20.77"E

Tenbosch 162 JU Ptn

Ptn 7 :25°19'8.46"S 31°45'58.85"E

Ptn 8 :25°19'48.43"S 31°45'29.08"E

Ptn 18 :25°23'50.94"S 31°49'41.62"E

Ptn 24 :25°24'42.08"S 31°54'53.48"E

Ptn 50 was cancelled now its ptn 63 :25°21'34.10"S

31°47'17.72"E

Ptn 85 :25°22'32.56"S31°49'31.73"E

Ptn 55 :25°28'51.00"S 31°53'27.48"E

Ptn 59 :25°27'56.52"S 31°54'5.80"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

3

Ptn 7,8,18,50 & 85 of the farm Tenbosch 162 JU and Ptn 7,8,& R/E of Ptn 9,:Ptn 0 of Impala Boedery 231 JU

2013/11/01

2013/11/25

2013/10/20

Piet Maritz Trust

Maritz Pieter Jocobsus

Zelpy 1382 (pty)ltd

Ouniek Trust

Zelpy 1382 (pty)ltd

Sowil Pty Ltd & Doornheuvel Landgoed Pty Ltd

Greater Tenbosch Mjejane, Lugedlane Comm

Not available

Ptn 7/162 :25°19'8.46"S 31°45'58.85"E

Ptn 8/162 :25°19'48.43"S 31°45'29.08"E

Ptn 18/162 :25°23'50.94"S 31°49'41.62"E

Ptn 85/162 : 25°22'32.56"S31°49'31.73"E

Ptn 50 was cancelled now its ptn 63 :25°21'34.10"S

31°47'17.72"E

Ptn 7,8,& R/E of Ptn 9,:Ptn 0 of Impala Boedery 231 JU

Ptn 7/231: 25°29'9.11"S  31°33'44.18"E

Ptn 8/231: 25°28'56.51"S  31°34'10.48"E

Re/ 9/231: 25°28'28.81"S  31°35'22.54"E

Re/231 : 25°28'45.49"S 31°34'38.71"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

R/E and Ptn 1 of Vroegeveld 509 IT

2012/06/29

Mondi South Africa

Mondi South Africa is now challenging the validity of the claim, hence it not transferred to the beneficiaries

Mr. Ngwenya: 079 1133 1385 / 079 090 9912 Mr. M. Sidu: 071 180 3950

26°59'51.46"S 30°44'5.47"E

There restriction on transfer to 3rd parties.

2

Strathmore 214 JU Ptn 37,and 57 and Rusoord 261 JU Ptn 1

37-2013/04/05

57- 2013/04/05

Middenin ontwinkkeling Pty Ltd :TSB

Libuyile Community Trust

083 628 6783

Ptn 37: 29°23'23.68"E 31°26'22.16"E

Ptn 57: 25°33'8.42"S 31°26'9.49"E

Ptn1: 25°38'14.45"S 31°30'50.08"E

They cannot change land use or transfer without DG.

7

Richtershoek 453 JU Ptn 11,14,22,28,29, 30,31,34,35,36, 37, R/E, R/E of Ptn 1 and Ptn 2, Malelane 389 JU Ptn 47, 57, and R/E of Ptn 1, Vlakbult 450JU Ptn 4,6 and 7, Mhlati 170 JU, Ptn 9, Lomati 466 JU Ptn 4, Weltevreden 454 JU Ptn 1, Kaalrug 456 JU Ptn 10 Dadelvlak 506 Ju Ptn 0

2008/11/2

2008/12/01

2008/09/08

2009/02/20

2009/04/28

2010/07/17

2009/08/24

Gerhard Van Niekerk, David |Am Kruger

MAtsamo Community

083 628 6783

Ptn 11: 25°36'23.63"S 31°39'22.37"E

Ptn 14 : 25°37'4.53"S 31°37'59.25"E

Ptn 22 : 25°38'8.36"S 31°39'18.00"E

Ptn 28 : 25°38'22.99"S 31°39'36.13"E

Ptn 29 : 25°38'54.40"S 31°39'31.07"E

Ptn 30 : 25°38'43.24"S 31°39'17.47"E

Ptn 31: 25°39'13.69"S 31°38'48.80"E

Ptn 34 : 25°36'30.32"S 31°40'4.93"E

Ptn 35 : 25°36'14.90"S 31°40'20.55"E

Ptn 36 : 25°36'56.70"S31°39'0.11"E

Ptn 37: 25°37'23.11"S31°38'53.76"E

RE/1: 25°38'42.23"S31°38'2.65"E

RE/2 : 25°36'59.65"S 31°40'22.91"E

Malelane 389 JU

PTN 47: 25°30'40.27"S 31°30'57.23"E

PTN 57 : 25°32'22.53"S31°30'35.28"E

RE/1: 25°31'14.16"S 31°31'10.95"E

Vlakbult 450 JU Ptn 4,6 and 7,

Ptn 4: 25°37'53.28"S 31°42'7.07"E

Ptn 6:25°39'13.86"S31°39'49.29"E

Ptn 7:25°39'2.59"S31°40'5.69"E

Mhlati 170 JU

25°28'3.56"S31°33'13.91"E

Lomati 466 JU

Ptn 4:25°38'27.61"S 31°32'27.49"E

Weltevreden 454 JU

Ptn :25°35'42.59"S 31°33'22.43"E

Kaalrug 456 JU

Ptn 10:25°33'49.08"S 31°35'58.10"E

Dadelvlak 506 Ju

Ptn 0: 25°36'0.58"S 31°43'11.81"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

5

Ptn 6, 16, 18,19,2,1,22 and 23 of the farm Lomati 466 JU, Ptn 17,18,32,39, 42 Richtershoek 453 JU, Ptn 0,4 and 7 of the Weltevreden 454 JU and Ptn 5 of Vlakbult 450 JU

2014/01/07

Ismyline Pty Ltd

Ms Sibiya Vakashile

013 781 0812

Lomati 466

Ptn 6:25°38'54.96"S 31°37'27.73"E

Ptn 16 :25°38'35.21"S 31°36'28.59"E

Ptn 18:25°38'14.25"S 31°36'2.06"E

Ptn 19 :25°38'30.66"S 31°36'15.10"E

Ptn 23:25°38'57.97"S31°36'34.40"E

Richtershoek 453 JU

Ptn 17:25°38'6.21"S31°36'39.36"E

PTN 18:25°37'34.44"S31°37'27.60"E

PTN 32:25°38'23.02"S31°37'12.84"E

PTN 39 was cancelled , its now ptn 42:

PTN 42:25°38'23.05"S31°37'41.55"E

Weltevreden 454 JU,

Ptn 7:25°36'44.67"S31°35'45.04"E

Vlakbult 450 JU

Ptn 5:25°39'36.88" 31°39'7.55"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Modderspruit 13 JT Ptn 0, 4, 5, 6 and 8

2013/09/20

Petrus Jacobus Willem Hendrik Van der Merwe

William James and Michelle Eileen Carney

Mr Johennes Charles Matentsi

Mr Diphofane Lucas Ngobeni

 

PTN4: 25° 2'37.02"S 30°13'36.37"E

Ptn5: 25° 1'57.61"S 30°13'41.24"E

PTN6: 25° 2'16.53"S 30°13'33.66"E

Ptn 8: 25° 2'21.39"S  30°13'34.24"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Brakfontein 264 IR Ptn 2

2012/08/01

Mr JGA Van Dyk

Mr. Hendrik Masonabo Mr Elias Mahlangu on behalf of the Masanabo & Mahlangu Families

Mr. Hendrik Masonabo Mr Elias Mahlangu – 013 945 0240 / 083 7585018

26°14'2.55"S 28°51'53.97"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Kalbasfontein 284 JS PTn 3

2016/03/21

Dunst Trading Pty Ltd

Mr Dithebe Andries Makunyane lodged on behalf of the family

Mr Dithebe Andries Makunyane – 076 237 4048 / 011 986 2471

25°48'37.46"S 29°14'57.37"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Klipfontein 238 JS Ptn 2

2014/04/23

Moima Motsuwe Elias

Sulpha Jim Mahlangu lodged on behalf of Mapofu CPA

Sulpha Jim Mahlangu – 083 5128 930

25°33'58.94"S 29°18'46.43"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Klifontein 238 JS Ptn 0

2014/04/23

Swart Gerhardus Jacobus Muller & Heyns Catharina Elizabeth Nicolina

Mr. Japhta Tlou representative for Mapofu CPA

Sulpha Jim Mahlangu – 083 5128 930

 

25°33'48.20"S 29°20'18.90"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Boschfontein 15 JT ptn 24

2014/02/11

Pertus Hendrick Stephanus Opperman

Morwalemong Community presented by Mr MTH Tshehla as a chairperson of the community

082 654 6169

25° 5'17.74"S 30°14'46.02"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Enkeldoorn 217 JR Ptn 0,3 & 4

2013/12/21

Republic of South Africa, Provincial Govt of Mpumalanga

Mmontwaneng Community

Modise Issac MMphaga 012- 7039584

RE/ : 25°25'0.80"S 28°44'1.68"E

PTN3: 25°25'24.20"S 28°40'51.42"E

Ptn4: 25°25'50.21"S 28°40'27.87"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Enkeldoorn 217 JR Ptn 2 & 5

2015/06/09

Republic of South Africa, Provincial Govt of Mpumalanga

Mmontwaneng Community

Modise Issac MMphaga 012- 7039584

Ptn2: 25°24'14.63"S 28°41'7.40"E

Ptn5: 25°23'36.95"S 28°39'12.43"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Mineral Range 190 JS Ptn 6 and 7

2012/04/11

Tiger Stripes INV PTY ltd /Mineral Wildlife INV pty ltd

Tshipane David Ntsodi

:011 836 9831bbi

GP

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Remainig Extent of the farm Wintershoek 189 JS

2013/02/11

Zylstra Willem Johannes

Mr Tshipane David Ntsodi on behalf of Mampuru Community

 

-25.300911,29.542099

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Geluk 232 JT Ptn 1 & 2

2013/03/27

Old Mutual Life Assurance Co of SA

Mr Mfana Bernard Mndawe on belf of the Mndawe Group

:013 794 1624

Ptn 1: 25°14'29.66"S 30°48'11.62"E

Ptn 2: 25°15'32.26"S 30°48'0.05"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Kromdraai 128 IS

2014/02/10

Braam De La Rey Trust

Braam De La Rey Trust

 

RE/128 26°28'11.43"S 29° 0'19.66"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Vergelegen 728 JT R/E

2013/05/30

Stateland

Mashoba Community Trust

Mr. Hlabathi: 084 696 3522

25°59'47.83"S 30°41'40.98"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Schoogezicht 308 JS Ptn 0

2014/07/22

Anglo Operations Ltd

Ms Lizzy Thandi Mazibuko on behalf of the Mazibuko Family

 

25°53'21.44"S 29° 8'15.91"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Jakkaldans 243 JR Ptn 33

2013/09/20

Erasmus Daniel Elanrdus and Erasmus Jeanetta Claudina

Mr. TP Moloto

082 4018430

GP

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Maposchgronde 500 JS Ptn 412

2014/05/10

Azoic INV 17 cc

Ndebele Nzuza CPA

084 342 8791

-25.304905,29.983525

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Kafferskraal 181 JS Ptn 2 and 3

2013/11/11

JMC Prisnloo and Botha Family trust

Ndebele Nzunza CPA

084 342 8791

PORTION 2= -25.293266,29.71136

PORTION3= -25.306164,29.722666

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Maposchgronde 500 JS

2014/10/21

 

Ndebele Nzunza CPA

084 342 8791

PLK

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

R/E of Ptn 3 of Holvei 52 HS

2013/05/30

Mahloko Makomani Samuel and Venolia Mokgabudi Masuku

Financial Compensation

Financial Compensation

27° 1'19.40"S 29°39'40.24"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Avontuur 725 JT Ptn 38

2014/09/21

Paul Christoffel Dirk Bester

Ndwandwa Community Trust

Adv Mokoena: 082 089 8811 Mr. Robert Nkosi: 082 043 0538 Adv Mario Jungbluth 082 801 7099

25°56'51.89"S 30°30'56.19"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Ida 144 IT ptn 3

2015/06/21

Lavasco Trading 102 CC

Masiphula CPA

Mr. Butimane Nkosi: 082 626 4800

26°1'37.93"S 30°31'26.54"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Vygenhoek 10 JT R/E, Ptn 1, 2,3,4,5 & 8

2015/05/11

Kritzinger Balthazar Johannes

Qumbasi Spinnekop Nkosi

017 883 0299

Ptn 1, 25° 3'41.75"S 30°10'50.43"E

Ptn 2, 25° 3'53.26"S 30° 9'20.42"E

Ptn 3, 25° 2'9.02"S 30° 9'47.53"E

Ptn 4, 25° 4'49.45"S 30° 9'47.81"E

Ptn 5 25° 4'39.99"S 30° 9'26.93"E

Ptn 8 25° 4'39.99"S 30° 9'26.93"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Schaapkraal 42 JT Ptn 11

2015/12/01

Jacomina Hendrina Coetzee

Kgoshi Phetla Daniel Phetla

012 937 0007

25° 5'44.14"S 30°10’57.46”E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Schaapkraal 42 JT Ptn 5, 8 & 12

2014/11/11

Jacomina Hendrick Coetzee

MS Choma & SJ Petla

012 937 0007

Ptn 5 25° 6'15.66"S 30° 9'43.67"E

Ptn 8 25° 5'4.55"S 25° 5'4.55"S

Ptn 12 25° 6'19.12"S 30°10'36.06"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

2

R/E and Ptn 7 of 620 JT and Ptn 3 of Gooedehoop 622 JT and Ptn 1 of Duplex 623 JT

 

Rustenburg Platinum Mines Ltd

MS Choma & SJ Petla

012 937 0007

R/E 25°51'18.28"S 30°40'15.76"E

Ptn 7 25°51'0.03"S 30°41'19.99"E

Ptn 3 25°51'12.90"S 30°44'59.03"E

Ptn 1 25°49'58.96"S 30°45'38.60"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

3

Ptn 4 Doornhoek 607 JT, Ptn 1 of Onverwacht 544 JT, Ptn 2 of Onverwacht 544 JT and Ptn 0 of Belmont 606 JT

2013/09/21

Kenkid pty ltd, republiek van suid-afrika

SIhlangene Trust

John Mashinini: 082 696 4614

Ptn 4 25°47'57.69"S 30°42'15.84"E

Ptn 1 25°45'57.80"S 30°42'43.18"E

Ptn 2 25°44'45.69"S 30°41'44.59"E

Ptn 0 25°47'41.44"S 30°43'58.05"E

Community may not transfer property without DG’s approval.

1

Hartbeesfontein 224 JR R/E of Ptn 0,1 & 2

2013/03/20

Republic of South Africa

MR. MA Motsiba and Mr. Mahlangu RS

BOX 6639 Emphumalanga 0458

Ptn1 25°22'4.80"S 28°54'36.34"E

RE/Ptn 0 25°22'22.22" S28°55'25.02"E

Ptn 2 25°23'1.35"S 28°56'14.29"E

 

1

Warmbard 18 HU

2013/07/30

Department of Public Works :NOT TRANSFERRED TO THE SHELEMBE CPA

Shelembe CPA

MR MANANA :071 0173 449

27°15'13.40"S 31° 3'10.38"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Klipfontein 621 IR R/E of Ptn 1

2013/07/18

Astral Operations Limited

Vilakazi Family CPA

Mr. Thomas Vilakazi: 082 926 4912/ 082 552 9041

26°51'14.31"S 28°58'58.01"E

 

1

Ptn 10 of the farm Leeuwfontein 427 JT and ptn 3 of the farm Suikerboschfontein 429 JT

2013/07/29

Mr. Willem Andriaan du Rant

Litjelenkosi CPA

Mr. Vilakazi: 082 512 1937

Ptn10: 25°57'43.82"S30°19'11.20"E

Ptn 3: 25°56'3.50"S 30°18'39.24"E

 

1

Lettieskuis 105 IT and Ptn 1 of Driefontein 114 IT

2013/09/18

JAN BLITTERSWIJK TRUST

Emahlubini CPA

SIBONGILE MAKHUBU : 083 3454 686

Ptn 105 26°22'55.71"S 30°12'11.71"E

Ptn 1 26°22'31.82"S 30°13'24.12"E

 

1

Hartbeestfontein 441 JR

2013/10/17

National Government of South Africa [0.333333]

NW Ntuli

076 179 4924

25°32'34.54"S 28°52'40.84"E

 

3

R/E of ptn 4 & 5 of the farm Frankfort KT, R/E and Ptn 1 of the farm Doornboom 478 KT, the farm Manx 475 KT, the Buffelsfontein 452 KT, The farm Klondyke 493 KT, R/E of the farm London 496 KT, The farm Vaalhoek 474 KT, R/E of the farm Willemsoord 476 KT, The farm Ledovine 507 KT , The Hermansburg 495 KT and R/E of the farm mieskrans 543 KT

2013/11/23

2013/3/15

2014/08/23

Barloworld Farms Ltd

Ranios Pontyana Mawela

082 853 1468

R/E of ptn 5

Ptn 1/478 24°43'25.02"S 30°43'28.39"E

475 KT 24°43'14.98"S 30°47'29.02"E

452 KT 24°40'33.07"S 30°45'2.30"E

493 KT 24°45'21.39"S 30°46'1.68"E

496 KT 24°46'59.52"S 24°46'59.52"S

474 KT 24°44'17.18"S 30°46'45.60"E

476 KT 24°41'43.48"S 30°47'41.41"E

507 KT 24°49'33.88"S 30°46'56.04"E

495 KT 24°46'41.18"S 30°47'8.65"E

543 KT 24°51'55.36"S 30°46'1.68"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 18 and 19 of the farm Schietpad 212 JS

2014/06/12

Roux Jacomina Johanna

Joseph Motsweni

013 986 0628

Ptn 18 25°25'51.01"S 29°46'23.04"E

Ptn 19 25°26'36.71"S 29°46'23.73"E

 

1

R/E, Ptn 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,10 and 16 of the farm Mavilijan 252 KU

2014/03/15

Government of Lebowa

Busisiwe Shabangu of Mavilijan Community

013 799 0045/ 072 755 9718

RE ofPtn 1 24°50'42.13"S 31° 3'38.97"E

Ptn 2 24°50'31.77"S 31° 3'21.58"E

Ptn 3 24°50'6.98"S 31° 4'1.08"E

Ptn 4 24°50'2.08"S 31° 4'8.18"E

Ptn 5 24°50'2.28"S 31° 4'20.26"E

Ptn 7 24°50'11.43"S 31° 3'57.26"E

Ptn 8 24°50'8.94"S 31° 4'14.09"E

Ptn 10 24°50'0.51"S 31° 4'5.82"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

R/E and ptn 1 of the farm Moddelvlei 348 IT

2014/08/29

Gerken Familie Trust

Financial Compensation

Financial compensation Mr. Nzimande: 082 322 1675

RE/: 26°50'10.09"S 30°25'8.21"E

Ptn1: 26°49'31.63"S 30°23'57.85"E

 

9

Ptn 3 of the farm Fouriesskral 267 JU, Ptn 1 of the farm Mistlands 329 JU, Ptn 1 of the Farm Rhineland 330 JU, Ptn 2 of the farm Twyfefelaar 332 JU, ptn 2 of the farm Kamslubana kop 335 JU, Ptn 4&5 Whangegcene 336 JU, R/E of the farm Waaiheuvel 360 JU, Ptn 1 of the farm Ligwalagwala 263 JU, Mac Mac 264 Ju, Ypres 265 JU , Alberrthome266 JU, Holnekt 331 Ju Rem of the Farm Fourieskraal 267 JU, ptn 1 & R/E of the farm Kamslubana Kop 335 JU R/E of the farm Mistlands 329 JU, R/E of the farm Rhineland 330 JU, Ptn 1 of the farm Kamslubana kop 268 JU known as Shannon Properties

2014/05/19

Suid Afrikaanse Bosboumaatskappy Ltd

Chief Tikhontele Soloman Dlamini

013 142 2585

Ptn 3/267 25°41'29.53"S 31°23'42.44"E

Ptn 1 329 : 25°40'45.55"S 31°19'44.13"E

Ptn 1 /330: 25°41'30.61"S 31°21'41.00"E

Ptn 2 of 332: 25°41'16.85"S 31°23'16.02"E

ptn 2 / 335 JU: 25°44'21.59"S 31°19'29.99"E

Ptn 4/336: 25°43'56.87"S 31°19'27.32"E

Ptn5/336: 25°44'4.21"S 31°19'54.27"E

R/E/360: 25°42'41.01"S 31°17'56.23"E

Ptn 1 /263 ,: 25°39'1.11"S 31°24'39.63"E

264 Ju: 25°39'26.14"S 31°23'59.12"E

265 JU: 25°39'45.19"S 31°24'49.73"E ,

266 JU: 25°40'14.02"S 31°23'22.99"E

Holnekt 331 Ju : 25°40'41.06"S 31°21'47.81"E

Rem /267: 25°39'37.84"S 31°26'6.41"E

ptn 1/335JU: 25°41'4.57"S 31°27'17.46"E

R/E / 335 JU No Remeinder Fully Subdivided

RE / 329 25°42'33.99"S 31°19'44.12"E

R/E / 330 : 25°41'51.37"S 31°21'21.30"E

Ptn 1 /268: 25°43'18.84"S 31°22'0.63"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

R/E of Ptn 59 of the farm Hilltop 458 JT

2013/12/13

Dalen Jan Johannes Petrus

Elias Nkosi

013 794 2428

RE: 25°33'7.31"S 30°56'18.11"E

PTN59: 25°33'26.47"S 30°56'45.15"E

 

6

Ptn 6, 8, 10, 12, 17, 29, 36, 37, R/E, 43, 45, 55 and 56 of the farm Excelsior 211 JU, Ptn 1 of Caraceto 223 JU and Ptn 1 of the Farm Weltevrede 210 JU

2014/07/04

Shanvale Developments Pty Ltd

Sicelo Audacious Nkosi Daantjie Community

013 174 00003/ 083 586 0358

Ptn 6/211 25°34'9.52"S 31°18'32.25"E

Ptn 8/211 25°32'35.77"S 31°18'6.00"E

Ptn 10/211 25°32'35.81"S 31°17'38.92"E

Ptn 12/211 25°32'35.15"S 31°17'57.05"E

Ptn 17/211 25°34'1.74"S 25°34'1.74"S

Ptn 29/211 25°32'16.34"S 31°17'13.22"E

Ptn 36/211 25°32'33.97"S 31°17'4.47"E

Ptn 37/211 25°32'47.55"S 31°17'34.99"E

RE/211 25°33'19.20"S 31°17'29.52"E

Ptn 56/211 25°32'27.07"S 31°16'43.40"E

Ptn 43/211 25°32'52.52"S 31°17'6.57"E

Ptn 45/211 25°33'55.70"S 31°17'54.31"E

Ptn 55/211 25°32'30.44"S 31°17'39.44"E

Ptn 1/223 25°34'18.25"S 31°18'17.71"E

Ptn 1/210 25°32'3.32"S 31°16'47.97"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 0 Johannesburg 45 JT

2015/10/16

Van Wyk Philippus Jacobus

Jacob Matlanga Mahlangu

012 323 7673

25° 6'14.31"S 30° 2'43.33"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Boschkloof 251 JS Ptn 3

2014/09/13

King Tertia

Matshiane Mali

012 341 2133

25°35'43.72"S 29°16'31.76"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Rietfontein 70 JS Ptn 27

2014/06/14

Wolma Diessentrum pty [81/04416/07]

SJ Ramatja

012 342 6124/ 012 362 8000

-25.36331,29.32779

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Ptn 4 & 12 of the farm Bloemfontein 399 JT

2013/10/13

Gerken Families Trust[1389/1994]

Mjozana Issac Nzimande

083 738 7670

Ptn 4: 25°50'6.30"S 30°18'30.49"E

Ptn 12: 25°50'33.53"S 30°18'34.93"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Welgevonden 412 JT Ptns 1 and 4

2014/12/08

F T Lyons Trust

Simunye CPA

Mr. Mthimunye: 060 587 9097

Ptn 1 25°52'34.52"S 30° 6'56.26"E

Ptn 4 25°53'23.18"S 30° 6'55.68"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Ptn 35 of the farm Boschfontein 15 JT

2014/11/06

Steenkamp Andries

MJ Tshehla

013 235 3655

25° 4'55.70"S 30°14'50.17"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Ptn 8 De-suikerboshkop 361 JS

2013/11/29

Weltevreden familie Trust[4447/2001]

Mfungelwa Johannes Masemula

082 704 1990

25°36'32.48"S 29°57'2.04"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

R/E of Whitwick 301 JU

2014/05/22

Capstone 29 PTY LTD

Joubert Deon Fred and

Tinto 300 Beleggingscc

Duncan Amos Majola

On behlf of the Brown Coomunity

013 794 1685

25°39'56.88"S 31° 6'56.72"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

PTN 4 and 6 Kafferspruit 274 IS

2014/07/27

Gerhardus Indwe Botha

Ntozimandla CPA

Mr. Sipho Mashinini: 079 271 9032/ 083 296 2333

Ptn 4: 26°25'19.28"S, 29°55'28.62"E

Ptn 6: 26°24'11.86"S, 29°57'24.63"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

R/E of Weltevreden 210 JU

2014/08/29

Louis Johannes Bedenhorst

Sicelo Nkosi

083 344 9977

013 794 7072

25°31'55.49"S, 31°15'17.90"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Doornrug 302 JS Ptn 12

2013/2/3

Umcebo pro pty ltd ::200302357307

Mr Jacob Mnyakeni

Stand no: 1489 Kwaggafontein

25°51'49.18"S, 29° 1'12.26"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Kareekraal 135 JTPtn 11 :A Ptn of Ptn 5

2014/05/28

Toil and Moil cc.

Mr. Joseph Moletele Letswalo

 

25°25'39.24"S, 30°11'34.19"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Uitkoms 390 JT Ptn 8& 9

2014/06/09

Toil & Moil cc

Mr Mphela Johannes Letsoalo

P. o Box 1 Dullstroom 1110

Ptn 8: 25°46'41.63"S, 30°19'34.93"E

Ptn 9: 25°47'11.40"S 30°20'0.03"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Kelvinside 95 IT Ptn 1, 7, 8 & 9

2015/06/01

MR ANTONNIE CILLIERS

Bambanani CPA

MR BHEKI NKOSI :072 3733 775

Ptn 1: 26°17'11.65"S, 30°22'57.56"E

Ptn 7: 26°16'5.50"S,30°24'8.96"E

Ptn 8: 26°16'47.44"S, 30°24'16.41"E

Ptn 9: 26°17'28.78"S, 30°24'17.34"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Klipfonten 621 IR Ptn 1

2014/15/3

Astral Operations Limited

Vilakazi Family CPA

Mr. Thomas Vilakazi: 082 926 4912/ 082 552 9041

26°51'16.00"S, 28°59'4.88"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Draaikraal 48 JT Ptn 6, 17, 18 & R/E

2014/08/27

Van Wyk Philippus petrus Jacobus

Jacob Matlangka Mahlangu

P O Box 578 Globlersdal 0470

Ptn 6: 25° 9'56.52"S, 30° 1'27.15"E

Ptn 17: 25°10'48.32"S, 30° 0'42.70"E

Ptn 18: 25°11'55.34"S, 30° 1'8.69"E

R/E: 25°11'30.05"S, 30° 2'10.25"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Wales 250 KU Ptns 2 to 29

2013/04/25

Lebows Government

Thabakgolo Trust

And Ramsey Matshoba

013- 7975126/ 083 7269189

013-7990423

Ptn 2: 24°52'1.53"S, 31° 2'52.72"E

Ptn 29: 24°51'36.12"S, 31° 0'49.67"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Ptn 100 of Geluk 348 JT

2014/3/29

Centuria 0156PTY LTD

  • Mabuza Ntsabeni Elias
  • Sipho Sonnyboy Nkosi
  • Luka Malinga
  • 013- 7501711
  • Box 451 Machadodorp 1170, no 30
  • 013- 2560453

25°38'15.72"S, 30°14'33.39"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Injaka 267 KU & Waterval 273 KU

2014/20/12

National department of Agriculture and Forestry

  • Mogane Louis Madala
  • Nhlanganu Tribe:Reginald Onich Sihlangu
  • Luka Koza
  • Silawu Willias Xmas
  • 013- 7990119
  • 013 7730400
  • Box 222 Bushbuckridge 1280
  • 082 7084580

267: 24°53'21.65"S, 31° 4'44.76"E

273: 24°55'28.73"S, 31° 4'58.24"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Boschfontein 15 JT Ptn 39

2012/12/09

Klem Antonie

Morwalemong Community

Johhanes Charles Mantsi

Mokomotwane Simon Choma

013-2353655

Box 1908 Groblesdal 0470

25° 3'18.24"S, 30°12'18.34"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Elandspruit 291 JS Ptn 9

2013/02/23

The Hennie Roberts Trust

Mr. Petrus Mahlangu

013-6991439

25°48'4.21"S 29°20'46.14"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Rooikop 347 JS ptn 3

2012/11/26

Mr. DE Marias

Kori Willaim Skosana

Delisa Esau Masimula

Box 404 Dennilton 1030, stand no 34

Box 847 Siyabuswa 0472

25°31'14.96"S, 29°44'15.33"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

3

Ptn 19 and 23 of Enkeldoorn 214 JS and Ptn 9 of the farm Sterkloop 352 JS

2012/12/13

  • Appelgryn Roelof Johannes Gysbesrtus
  • Dalhouse Land Corp PTY ltd
  • Mhloshana August Mahlangu
  • Petrus Mtsweni
  • Mathiba Abie Mahlangu
  • Box 847 Siyabuswa 0472
  • Box 28 Stofberg 1056
  • Box 847 Siyabuswa

Ptn 19/214: 25°29'0.62"S, 29°50'35.85"E

Ptn 23/214: 25°29'46.93"S, 29°49'57.92"E

Ptn 9: 25°30'30.30"S, 29°49'32.95"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Ptn 2 of Boschkloof 251 JS

2013/01/24

Wesltley Richard Douglas

  • Sangoma Matshilane Johhanes:on behlf of Mahole Tribes
  • Udlane January Mtsweni
  • MTSWENI Majoni

013 341 2133

Stand No 1808 Tweefontein N

Box 735 Siyabuswa

25°35'20.61"S, 29°15'42.47"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

R/E and Ptn 1 & 7 of Knapdaar 221 IS

2013/07/29

Pieter Gerhardus Von Weilligh

Mninwa CPA

Mr. Solomon Mthimunye: 082 373 3436

R/E: 26°16'2.56"S, 29°41'15.22"E

Ptn 1: 26°14'47.41"S, 29°42'29.71"E

Ptn 7: 26°15'16.67"S, 29°41'32.34"E The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

R/E of Weltevreden 336 JT

2013/06/19

Elands River Valley cc

Mr botomo Amos Gwebu on behalf of the Zamokuhle Community

0783612553

25°35'27.28"S 30°33'4.07"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

R/E of Elandslaagte 368 JS

2013/07/30

Fuledi Beherend pty Ltd: 198300596007

Mr Majoni john Skosana

013-954 0239

25°35'22.01"S, 29°38'5.49"E

25°37'46.32"S,29°35'57.89"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Ptn 7, 8, 9 of Klipplaatdrift 399 KT

2013/08/25

Steenekamp Jacobus Christoffel : 2803205014009

Mr mohlauleng Marcus Mabelane

082 9634431

PORTION7= -24.859495,30.452503

PORTION8= -24.845732,30.45003

PORTION9= -24.849076,30.462079

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 1of Crystal Stream 323 JU

2013/11/07

Piet Maritz ptn 12 ktr Townlands 182 JU

ThE Ngomane of Siboshwa, Ngomane of Lugedlane,Mkhatshwa of Mbambiso.

P.o Box 1 Hhoyi 1348

25°40'50.65"S, 31°13'14.77"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

80

Ptn 4 & 27 Boschfontein 15 JT

2013/05/23

Botha Ockert Jonathan

Mokoloane Josiah Tshehla Johannes Charles Matenche

P O Box 895 Jane Furse 1085

Ptn 4:25° 5'8.27"S, 30°14'5.86"E

Ptn 27:25° 4'51.26"S, 30°13'29.12"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Kruisfontein 226 JT 5, 6, 7, 8, R/E of Ptn 12, 13, 14, 15 & 16

2013/4/29

Bedrock Mining Support Pty Ltd & Corporate timber Holdings Pty Ltd

Moses Maluka on behalf Madlangeni Community Trust

013 796 0639

Ptn 5:25°11'9.03"S, 30°51'48.98"E

Ptn 6:25°11'15.41"S, 30°52'10.49"E

Ptn 7:25°11'27.15"S, 30°52'35.17"E

Ptn 8:25°11'26.73"S, 30°52'58.65"E

Rem:25°10'55.17"S, 30°51'24.91"E

Ptn 12:25°11'52.12"S, 30°54'37.48"E

Ptn 13:25°11'57.85"S, 30°55'4.47"E

Ptn 14:25°10'50.26"S, 30°55'3.36"E

Ptn 15:25°10'24.19"S, 30°54'4.13"E

Ptn 16:25°11'51.35"S, 30°54'5.52"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 22 of Te Vrede 178 JT

 

LoopSaam Beleggings Pty Ltd

MR NW LEKHULENI

082 745 5339 / 012 805 4981

25° 2'18.71"S, 30°58'19.61"E

 

1

Ptn 4, 5, 6 of Klipplaatdrift 343 JS

2013/11/21

WITBOOI BOEDERY CC, REPRESENT BY IZAK DE VILLIERS

MR BONGANI MTSWENI AND OTHERS

082 763 3113 / 083 760 0479

Ptn 4:25°32'51.57"S, 29°37'59.64"E

Ptn 5:25°33'15.30"S, 29°38'2.76"E

Ptn 6:25°33'31.82"S, 29°38'26.48"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Ptn 16 of Roodepoort 6 IT

2013/01/20

PPL Prop :Pty Ltd

Magiya CPA

Mr. Vusi Cindi: 083 601 3041

26° 2'39.91"S, 30° 3'23.37"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

R/E of Ptn 6 Sandford 291 KU

2012/05/23

JACKALBERRY FARM & LODGE CC : CK:98/46792/23

SIWELANE MAKHUBELA RICHARD

082 955 4201

25° 1'45.14"S 31° 6'12.12"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

R/E of Ptn 0 Helpmekaar 168 IS

2013/03/28

Petro van Zyl

Sigegede CPA

Mr. Mathabela Paulos Nhlapo: 073 496 5490

26° 2'25.22"S 29°55'32.27"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Portions R/E, 5, 7, 8, 28,30, 31, and 49 of Avontuur 725JT

2012/12/08

Aloe falls

Ndwandwa Community Trust

Adv Mokoena: 082 089 8811 Mr. Robert Nkosi: 082 043 0538 Adv Mario Jungbluth 082 801 7099

Rem:25°58'6.94"S, 30°31'29.03"E

Ptn 5:25°57'54.89"S, 30°31'53.67"E

Ptn 7:25°57'36.64"S, 30°31'50.15"E

Ptn 8:25°57'35.94"S, 30°31'33.24"E

Ptn 28:25°58'12.90"S, 30°31'10.86"E

Ptn 30:25°57'52.61"S, 30°31'9.12"E

Ptn 31:25°57'43.82"S, 30°31'22.04"E

Ptn 49:25°57'42.60"S, 30°32'16.26"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

R/E of Ptn 1 and R/E of Ptn 3 of the farm Excelsior 271 KU

2013/09/12

GOVERNMENT OF GAZANKULU

MR LAMECK MOTHOPA MOKOENA

013 773 0400PRFGP

R/E Ptn 1: 24°53'37.69"S, 31°10'29.87"E

R/E Ptn 3: 24°53'30.39"S, 31° 7'58.64"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

R/E of Mala Mala 359 KU, Mala Mala 341 KU, R/E and Ptn 1 of Eyrefield 343 KU, Ptn 1 of Flockfield 361 KU, Farm Flockfield 414 KU, R/E and Ptn 1 of Charleston 378 KU, Ptn 7 of Toulon 383 KU

2013/10/30

MALA MALA Game Reserve

MR Z L MHLONGO on behalf of Mhlanisweni community

013 773 0342

R/E 359 KU: 24°49'11.25"S, 31°34'41.95"E

341 KU: 24°48'2.05"S 31°34'20.91"E

R/E 343: 24°46'26.07"S, 31°35'7.90"E

Ptn 1/343: 24°46'9.59"S, 31°33'3.53"E

Ptn 1/361: 24°51'51.84"S, 31°34'4.90"E

414: 24°50'20.02"S, 31°33'47.39"E

R/E 378: 24°55'47.78"S, 31°34'10.77"E

Ptn 1/378: 24°56'51.67"S, 31°34'46.17"E

Ptn 7/383: 24°58'25.09"S, 31°36'0.87"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

1

Ptn 1, 17 of Wintershoek 290 JS, Ptn 5, 6 of Generaalsdraai 423 JS, Ptn 0 :R/E, 1 of Wintershoek 424 JS

2014/04/04

PRINSLOO WILLEM JOCOBUS

LIDZIYA MAHLANGU

083 338 1716 / 013 297 1632

Ptn 5/423:25°44'51.55"S, 29°52'44.04"E

Ptn 6/423:25°45'23.05"S, 29°52'47.53"E

424:25°45'0.37"S, 29°54'26.27"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister

5

Schoonwater 374 JT, Klaarwater 464 JT, R/E of ptn 1, Ptn 4 and 5 of Treurfontein 373 JT, R/E of Ptn 1 of Goedgelegen 393 JT

2013/05/01

Klaarwater Pty Ltd [71/06798/07]

Stephan Jabulani Rakwena

013 419 1210

374 JT:25°44'37.02"S, 30°23'14.74"E

646JT :25°46'25.56"S, 30°23'31.14"E

R/E Ptn 1/373:25°44'12.34"S, 30°25'24.13"E

Ptn 4/373:25°45'51.84"S, 30°25'48.90"E

R/E Ptn 1/393:25°46'47.30"S, 30°27'2.08"E

 

3

Ptn 4 Doornhoek 607 JT, Ptn 1 of Onverwacht 544 JT, Ptn 2 of Onverwacht 544 JT and Ptn 0 of Belmont 606 JT

2015/04/20

Kenkid pty ltd, national government of South Africa

Dvunge Trust

Muzi Chirwa: 071 077 7119

Ptn 4/607:25°47'56.21"S, 30°42'21.45"E

Ptn 1/544:25°45'44.24"S, 30°42'44.39"E

Ptn 2/544:25°44'53.03"S, 30°41'38.47"E

Ptn 0/606:25°47'42.52"S, 30°43'51.08"E The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

2

Elandsfontein 389 JT and ptn 2 of Bloemfontein 399 JT

2015/12/10

E Hefer Boedery [CK91/15301/23]

Nkazane Daniel Nkosi & Timoyhy Maseko

013 256 0453

JT 389 :25°48'32.55"S 30°18'42.22"E

Ptn2: 25°49'37.99"S 30°17'9.91"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Tipperary 135 JU R/E of ptn 1,2, R/E of ptn 3, R/E of Ptn 4, R/E of ptn 5, R/E of ptn 6 and R/E of ptn 15

2014/11/20

CAVALLA PTY LTD

DANTJIE COMMUNITY UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF CHIEF NKOSI

083 344 9977 / 013 794 7072

Ptn 2/135 25°29'18.31"S 31°8'1.86"E

Ptn 15/135:25°29'44.14"S 31° 7'34.97"E

RE/5/135 :25°28'37.32"S 31° 8'9.70"E

PTN 6 :25°28'58.66"S 31° 7'31.97"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

3

Sandbult 604 JU R/E, Lekkerraai 464 JU R/E and Ptn 3, Shalom 483 JU, Nil Desperandum 419 JU R/E of Ptn 2, Steve 555 JU R/E, Seekoeigat 417 JU, Amanxala 436 JU, Lang Piet 435 JU and Biltong 434 JU

2014/12/02

Theuns Webb Trust

SK Siwela

082 684 7592/ 083 459 0677

JU 604 :25°37'0.90"S 31°46'29.91"E

PTN 3/464 JU :25°37'21.54"S 31°47'1.32"E

JU 483 :25°33'11.69"S 31°51'27.70"E

PTN 2 :25°34'34.17"S 31°52'46.47"E

JU 555 :25°34'10.99"S 31°55'17.77"E

JU 417 :25°35'59.37"S 31°52'52.46"E

JU 435 :25°38'34.08"S 31°52'41.75"E

JU 434 :25°37'55.74"S 31°53'18.81"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

2

R/E of Kluitjiesfontein 196 JS and Avontuur 195 JS Ptn 21, 22, 32 and 34

2013/02/17

CAREL DERKER

DUNGAKOMO JIYANE

012 805 2806 / 082 259 5376

RE/196 :25°28'2.49"S 29°33'22.82"E

PTN 21/195 :25°27'0.37"S 29°31'19.35"E

PTN22/195:25°27'13.28"S 29°31'27.87"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Driepan 156 IS Ptn 0 and Ptn 6

2014/06/21

STEPHANUS JACOBUS NEL

MR KASIBANTU FANYANA MTSWENI

083 337 2804 / 072 244 9939

Re/156 :26° 1'1.49"S 29°41'8.85"E

Ptn 6 :26° 1'28.22"S 29°41'13.73"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Boschkloof 251 JS Ptn 4 and 5

09/11/2013

COETZEE CORNELIA ISABELLA

MR THEMISH KLASS MORAPANE

061 164 2038 / 083 245 8650

PTN 4 : 25°36'19.06"S 29°17'17.30"E

PTN 5:25°36'54.35"S 29°16'6.39"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Ptn 2 Erf 7752 Middelburg Extension 23

2014/09/06

Coertzee Cornelia Isabella

Themishi Klaas Maropane

1082 Vuka Section Mhluzi Towhship Middelburg

ERF 7752 :25°46'28.55"S 29°25'37.23"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Te Vrede 178 JT Ptn 25

25/07/2013

Kruger Willem Gerhardus

SABAAN CPA

082 745 5339/012 805 4981

PTN 25 :25° 3'17.05"S 30°59'40.70"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Koterdansskloof 223 JS Ptn 8 :R/E

21/09/2013

National Government of Republic of South Africa

Fuduka Pretrus Mahlangu

416 Julia Street Brooklyn 0181

RE/8/223 :25°25'15.39"S 29°58'15.02"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Leeuwfontein 248 JR R/E, R/E of Ptn 1, Ptn 5 and 23

2010/11/2018

National Government of the Republic of South Africa

Somalia Stefans Masilela

 

PTN 23 :25°28'34.68"S 28°47'19.05"E

PTN 5:25°28'43.54"S 28°47'57.57"E

PTN 1 :25°28'35.95"S 28°46'53.72"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Messhunfontein 98 JT Ptn 0

2013/09/27

TheNational Department of South Africa

Mr. Bosman Mahlangu

P.O.Box 781 Groblersdal 0470

:25°21'1.13"S 30° 0'12.79"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Johannesburg 45 JT Ptn 1

2013/10/09

Viljoen Jacob Coenraad :3511225025009

Sehlare Chuba Makua,Mj Mahlangu and Mj Mthimunye

P.o Box 578 Groblersdal 0470

PTN 1:25° 5'52.47"S 30° 2'2.70"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

R/E of Mooiplaats 395 KT and Ptn 1 and 1 Goedevoouitzicht 394 KT

2012/08/30

Smith Willem Abraham : 4101175010083 for R/E for Mooiplaats 395 KT

Kagona Inv Pty LTD

: 199902089907 for

Goedevoouitzicht 394 KT

M mabulane

082 963 4431

KT 395 :25°46'57.23"S 30°29'53.75"E

KT 394 :24°54'16.03"S 30°26'47.73"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Vygenhoek 10 JT Ptn 8

2015/07/26

Merbeth Eiendomme Pty Ltd: 72/03676/07

Kgoshi Daniel Phetla

Pakaneng CPA

012 937 0007

:25° 3'45.31"S 30°10'30.79"E

PTN 8 :25° 5'4.66"S 30°10'8.67"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Uitkomst 489 IS Ptn 18

2015.15/08

Henbase 3565 :Pty Ltd

Havini Maseko CPA

Mr. Dumisani Msibi: 082 633 4390/ 084 445 6763

PTN 18: 26°50'24.61"S 29°37'43.39"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

PTN 2 Tweefontein 467 IS

19/05/2015

Mr. Johan Potgieter

Walanga CPA

Mr. June Zakhele Nhlabathi: 071 461 1994

Ptn 2:26°45'12.76"S 29°39'45.18"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Ptn 8:R/E of the farm twyfelaar 9Burnside 4IT

2014/02/13

Jacobus Petros Samuel Rautenbach

Financial Compensation

Financial Compensation

PTN 8 :26° 0'44.33"S 30° 3'42.78"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Modderspruit 13 JT Ptn 7

20/08/2015

2 Summers Eletrical Services CC

Pakeneng CPA

P.O.Box 353 Mashishing 1123

PTN 7:25° 2'28.76"S 30°13'45.09"E

There is a CPA constitutional restriction on the transfer of the property or use of the property as colleral for loansd.

1

Modderspruit 13 JT Ptn 1,2 and 9

2015/08/02

Ettiene Marias :ptn 1 and 9

Catwalk Inv 12 :Pty Ltd for ptn 2

Bakole CPA

P.O.Box 353 Mashishing 1123

PTN 1:25° 1'49.04"S 30°12'38.30"E

PTN 2 :25° 2'44.79"S 30°12'18.89"E

PTN 9 :25° 2'21.01"S 30°12'35.60"E

There is a CPA constitutional restriction on the transfer of the property or use of the property as colleral for loansd.

1

Witpoort 216 JS R/E of ptn 1, Ptns 30, 35, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 52 and 55

2014/02/11

Albert Alberts famile Trust

BC Ntuli

P.O.Box 7614

Pretoria

PTN 1 :25°24'38.03"S 29°56'44.56"E

PTN 30 :25°24'4.61"S 29°56'2.57"E

PTN 35 :25°23'50.00"S 29°56'1.84"E

PTN 39 :25°23'37.84"S 29°55'53.51"E

PTN 40 :25°23'56.25"S 29°55'59.22"E

PTN 42 :25°23'23.14"S 29°56'36.56"E

PTN 43 :25°23'31.14"S 29°56'50.14"E

PTN 44 :25°23'44.40"S 29°56'53.63"E

PTN 45 :25°23'57.87"S 29°57'11.03"E

PTN 46 :25°24'18.34"S 29°56'56.65"E

PTN 52 :25°22'58.01"S 29°55'55.98"E

PTN 55 :25°22'54.86"S 29°54'53.19"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Van Dykspruit 431 JR Ptns 1, 4, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32,33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47 and 48

06/06/2014

Government of Kwandebele

Khanya Sreve Buda

083 741 3426 or 012 734 1058

Ptn 1 :25°31'38.82"S 28°38'42.34"E

PTN : 25°31'36.38"S 28°40'22.73"E

PTN 10 :25°33'27.47"S 28°39'4.42"E

PTN 14 :25°33'27.47"S 28°39'4.42"E

PTN 14: 25°34'10.45"S 28°40'3.28"E

PTN 15 :25°33'0.37"S 28°39'55.84"E

PTN 16 :25°32'47.21"S 28°42'0.50"E

PTN 17 :25°32'0.10"S 28°40'42.40"E

PTN 22 :25°33'11.97"S 28°41'19.38"E

PTN 24 :25°33'28.99"S 28°40'38.67"E

PTN 25 :25°34'2.36"S 28°40'28.78"E

PTN 26 :25°33'54.39"S 28°41'46.40"E

PTN 28 :25°33'40.46"S 28°39'16.55"E

PTN 30 :25°31'39.49"S 28°38'49.78"E

PTN 32:25°32'18.88"S 28°38'4.11"E

PTN 33 :25°32'6.32"S 28°38'5.92"E

PTN 34 :25°33'5.56"S 28°40'27.01"E

PTN 35 :25°32'7.18"S 28°41'34.56"E

PTN 36 :25°34'21.37"S 28°39'20.51"E

PTN 37 :25°34'20.91"S 28°39'28.45"E

PTN 38 :25°34'29.77"S 28°39'34.80"E

PTN 41 :25°33'37.77"S 28°39'46.78"E

PTN 42 :25°32'22.43"S 28°41'44.42"E

PTN 43 :25°34'33.50"S 28°39'46.29"E

PTN 44 :25°33'58.80"S 28°39'42.83"E

PTN 45 :25°33'35.21"S 28°40'20.01"E

PTN 46 :25°33'43.28"S 28°40'7.21"E

PTN 47 :25°34'10.13"S 28°40'14.82"E

PTN 48 :25°34'7.75"S 28°41'2.91"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Leeuwkop 228 JR Ptn 1,R/E of Ptn 2, Ptn 3 :a ptn of ptn 2 Ptn 6 :a ptn of portion 3 and Ptn 7 :a ptn of portion 2

-

n/a

n/a

 

PTN 1: 25°25'38.77"S 28°58'29.34"E

PTN :25°24'55.06"S 28°57'9.87"E

PTN 6 :25°24'49.02"S 28°56'9.87"E

PTN 7 :25°25'46.44"S 28°56'27.71"E

PTN 4:25°26'22.14"S 28°57'20.68"E

n/a

1

Diepdrift 288 KU Ptn 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11,12 and R/E

11/08/2015

Minister of Regional Land Affarairs

  • Linah Motou
  • Willy Simon Mokoena
  • Morgan Attorneys on behalf of the Diepdrift Community
  • MS Mokoena on behalf of Mathibela Community
  • LM Mokoena onbehalf of Mathibela community
  • 013-735501/0833093916
  • 013-7370754
  • 013-752 8493/7522004
  • 013- 737 0754
  • 013- 7971453/082 936621

PTN 3 :24°57'4.74"S 31° 2'20.38"E

PTN 4 :24°56'14.41"S 31° 1'46.37"E

PTN 5 :24°56'17.21"S31° 1'55.73"E

PTN 6 :24°56'9.36"S 31° 2'16.38"E

PTN 7 :24°56'15.86"S 31° 2'7.63"E

PTN 8 :24°56'27.22"S 31° 2'2.13"E

PTN 9 :24°56'28.27"S 31° 2'22.83"E

PTN 11 :24°58'52.71"S 31° 3'18.34"E

PTN 12 :24°57'57.22"S 31° 2'53.07"E

RE/288 :24°56'2.93"S31° 3'9.46"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Chieftains Plain 46 JT R/E

26/10/2015

Mr. Anton Vemter

Mr. Matidi Jan Mokoana

071 105 0237

RE/46:25° 6'30.24"S 30° 0'46.68"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

3

Boschfontein 15 JT Ptn 34,19 and 41

18/19/2015

OLOFFF Badenhorst : ptn 34

QPC :Investment Pty ltd : ptn 19 & 41

Mr. MJ Tshehla

013 235 3655

PTN 41:25° 5'58.97"S 30°12'8.24"E

PTN 19:25° 4'11.22"S 30°14'10.77"E

PTN 34 :25° 6'7.36"S 30°14'22.17"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Schoonwater 374 JT Ptn 6

21/08/2016

Globler Pieter Schalk

Mr. Mgudwa Johannes Malinga

0712678954

PTN 6 :25°44'20.90"S 30°22'30.48"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Geluk 348 JT Ptn 79

21/03/2017

Machado Rainbow Trout Pty Ltd

Geluk Community

013 750 1711/P.O.Box

1635 white River 1240

PTN 79 :25°39'34.56"S 30°16'48.34"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

2

Gazebo 651 JU Ptn 1

28/02/2016

Western Breeze Trading 137 :Pty Ltd

KS Siwela

P.O.box 713 Kwalugedlane 1341

PTN 1 :25°29'30.18"S 31°43'5.00"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

2

Uysedoorns 47 JT Ptn 0

12/12/2015

Theunis Jacob Moolman

Mr. Jacob Masuku

P.O.Box 578 Groblersdal 0470

JT 47 :25°29'30.18"S 31°43'5.00"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Ptn 5 of the farm Baltrasna 339 IT

13/11/2015

Republic of South Africa

Mhlopheni Bhensani CPA

Staan Mabuza: 084 491 0442/ 011 802 4155

PTN 5 :26°51'24.91"S 30°12'17.23"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Andover 210 KU and R/E of the farm Leamington 207 KU

07/12/2015

Government of Gazankulu

Mr. Ackson W Malumane

013 735 5798 or 015 295 5566

KU 210 :24°36'48.56"S 31°10'31.05"E

KU 207 :24°36'24.89"S 31°15'54.62"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Uitkomst 390 JT Ptn 27

17/08/2015

 

Nkosi Family

013 732 8900

PTN 27 :25°47'57.66"S 30°21'31.50"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Koppieskraal 39 JT Ptn 2 as an alternative land

02/11/2015

Dirk Grobler Trust

Melalatladi Inv CC

071 3979 544 / 078 281 6166

25° 6'42.47"S 30°12'36.94"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Werksaam 107 JU Ptn 7 and 48

04/10/2015

TCB Curios Pty Ltd

Shongwe Family

Emsamo CPA

072 145 9004

PTN 7 25°22'42.40"S 31° 0'5.04"E

Ptn 48: 25°22'42.10"S 30°59'58.17"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Ptn 2 of the Goedeverwachting 334 JT

12/02/2015

Sappi

Mnyaswa Elphus on behalf of the Mahlangu Family

083 324 4193

25°34'44.30"S 30°24'37.34"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Klipfontein 621 IR R/E of Ptn 1

02/2/2016

Swart Gerhardus Jacobs Muller and Heyns Catharina Elizabeth Nicilina

  • Mr. Jaftha Tlou
  • Mr. Suhla Jim Mahlangu
  • Mr. Mashinya Jan Mtsweni
  • Mr. Mofokwamene Malgas Motshoene
  • 012-3274810
  • 0835128930

Ptn1: 26°51'7.09"S 28°58'43.10"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

3

Ptn 0, 2 and ptn 3of the farm Hartebeestfonten 241 JS

01/4/2016

Pansegrouw Jacobus Gustavus

Mr. Ramalepa Poulus Zondo

 

RE/ : 25°33'15.04"S 29°26'20.45"E

PTN2: 25°33'51.33"S 29°25'10.67"E

PTN3: 25°33'6.93"S 29°25'48.79"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

2

R/E of Ptn 10 and Ptn 18 of the farm Mooiplaats 147 JT

12/02/2016

Botha Jan Maat and Botha Maria Magdalena

S.W Lingwati on behalf of the Lingwati Family

082 401 8003

RE/147

PTN 10: 25°28'6.83"S 30°26'56.65"E

PTN 18: 25°27'19.79"S 30°26'44.34"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

2

Ptn 2 of Springvalley 429 IT and Ptn 2 of the farm Bushmanbend 433 IT

20/05/2016

Mondi South Africa :PTY LTD

Nhlabathi Tribe

Nhlabathi CPA

Mechack Nhlabathi: 076 775 3449

PTN 2/429: 26°48'30.38"S 30°36'59.56"E

PTN 2/433 26°49'35.82"S 30°34'32.96"E

No resprictions

2

R/E of Ptn 1, 3, and 9 of the farm Onverwacht 379 JT

4/05/2016

Marais Gert Petrus Erusmas & Globler Annemarie Lisinda

Mashinini Christopher

Stand no 2213 Mokgabudi Street Middelburg

PTN 1 :25°44'11.91"S 30° 3'24.80"E

RE/379 :25°43'30.45"S 30° 2'51.62"E

PTN 3  was cancelled now ptn 15

Ptn 15 :25°42'55.26"S 30° 3'19.67"E

Ptn 9 was cancelled now its ptn 11

Ptn 11 :25°42'54.70"S 30° 3'33.42"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Portion 34 of the farm Draaikraal 48 JT

20/04/2016

Salpeterkrans Boedery BK and Christiaan frederik Davel

Kgosi Chuba Makua on behalf of the Stageng Community

013 323 7673

25° 9'7.83"S 30° 3’42.80”E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

2

Doornkop 273 IS :Alternative Land Ptn 0 :R/E and 3 of the farm Hartbeestfontein 241 JS

N/A

Pansegrouw Jacobus Gustavus

Mnguni Family on behalf of Molapong Community

082 871 1745

273 IS 26°27'26.62"S 29°53'14.78"E

Ptn 0 25°33'35.41"S 29°25'9.32"E

RE/241 25°33'51.45"S 29°24'41.85"E

Ptn 3 25°32'46.00"S 29°25'47.52"E

N/A

2

R/E and Ptn 5 of the farm Welgevonden 338 KT

19/04/2016

Maarrten Benecke Community Trust

Maupa Community

Legwagweng CPA Registered

079 2499 851

Steelpoort

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 2 of the farm Donkerhoek 138 JT

25/05/2017

Simpson Carherine Joy Vincent

Daniel Ntsoane on behalf of the Mantshoane Community

Daniel Ntsoane

25°28'51.15"S 30°13’46.32”E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 2 and 9 of the farm Knapdaar 221 IS

14/04/2016

BERG ELSIE MAGDALENA VAN DEN, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

Mninwa CPA

Solomon Mthimunye: 082 373 3436

Ptn 2 26°16'31.91"S 29°41'32.16"E

Ptn 9 26°16'29.01"S 29°41'35.10"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

2

R/E of Ptn 2 Goedverwachting 334 JT

30 /06/ 2017

SAPPI

Mahlangu Families

Mgebe CPA

013 632 1240

25°34'33.91"S 30°24’50.67”E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

4

R/E of Ptn 7, 14, 16, 22, and 53 of Excelsior211 JU

6 /05/2016

Middelbult 200613122923

Daantjie Commun Mpakeni Mlengeni CPA ity

083 586 0358

R/E 7 25°33'23.45"S 31°17'19.28"E

Ptn 14 25°33'0.07"S 31°18'31.21"E

Ptn 16 25°33'17.13"S 31°18'44.86"E

Ptn 22 25°33'8.67"S 31°18'45.34"E

Ptn53 25°33'8.96"S 31°18'27.53"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 10 of the farm Kaalpruit 518 IS

n/a

Smit Familie Trust

Stateland :resolving the issue of claimants Vs Labour tenant

Mr. Doctor Shongwe: 082 386 3043/ 065 993 8872

26°55'16.35"S 29°32'15.11"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 9 of the farm Schaapkraal 42 JT

30 June 2017

Du Preez Susan Josina

Mr Mokomotwane Simon Choma and Makoloane Josia Tshehla on behalf of Kgoshi Matsetshe And Kgoshi Seribane and their communities

Pakaneng CPA

072 555 8349

25° 7'29.46"S 30°10'29.32"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

2

Ptn 5 and 6 of the farm Steenkoolspruit 302 JR

24/08/2017

Izak Aniel De Lange and Victor Jozef Johannes Markus

Mr Piet Mahlangu, Fanny Skhosana and Mafelane Daniel Masombuka on behalf of Somphalali sobuyele Ekhaya CPA

Somphalali Siyayela ekhaya CPA

PTN 5 26°18'0.46"S 28°52'4.26"E

PTN 6 26°19'49.88"S 28°50'56.81"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

4

R/E of Ptn 9,10 28 and 47 of the farm Rooikraans 57 JT

30/05/2017

Davel Wessels Christiaan Beukes and Willemar Pty Ltd

Magdeline Mahudu

083 730 1559

PTN 9 25° 6'50.68"S 30°14'19.60"E PTN 10 25° 7'4.32"S 30°14'20.50"E PTN 28 25° 6'35.35"S 30°14'31.13"E PTN 47 25° 7'50.41"S 30°14'32.36"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Ptn 12 of the farm De Goedehoop 532 JT

28/ 06/2017

Du Toit Francois Chistofel

Kufa Johan Galela on behalf of Masakhane Community Masakhane Community - Inkululeko CPA

076 120 5011

25°40'42.00"S 30°41'1.91"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 12 and 13 of the farm Zevenfontein 388 JT

15/09/2017

Mr Stephanus Jacobus Daniel Moolman

Mr Dan :Daniel Bheki Sibiya on behalf of the Sibiya Family

083 2985 727

RE/PTN 12 25°49'5.92"S 30°15'39.00"E RE/PTN 12 25°48'24.53"S 30°15'8.31"E

RE/PTN 13 25°48'53.68"S 30°16'8.95"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Ptn 77 of the Alkmaar 286 JT

01/11/2016

Erasda Beleggings Pty Ltd

Andrew Sibambo on behalf of the Msogwaba Community

082 700 3161

25°27'39.08"S 30°48'37.15"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Modderspruit 13 JT Ptn 3

22 June 2017

Maarten Nieuwenhuize Du Preez

  • Mr.Johanees Charles Matentsi
  • Mr. Baleni Moses Moya
  • Mr. Diphofane Lucas Ngobeni
  • Kgoshi Daniel Petla
  • Box 54 Bronkhospruit 1020
  • Box 353 Mashishing 1120

PTN 1 25° 1'52.95"S 30°12'41.58"E PTN 2 25° 2'42.95"S 30°12'12.35"E PTN 9 25° 2'17.57"S 30°12'27.21"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

2

Ptn 4 and 14 of the farm De Goede Hoop 532 JT as an alternative land

19/12/2017

Christoffel Francois Du Toit

Mawubhe Umhlaba wethu Community

Chairperson:Phunga Enoch masilela

013 712 5420

PTN 4 25°41'26.75"S 30°43'44.67"E PTN 14 25°40'51.54"S 30°42'22.92"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

Ptn 2 and 3 of the farm Leeuwfontein 228 JS

10/11/2010

South African Development Trust

Kwamakhekhe Families – Kwaaiman April Nduli

P O Box 752 Kwa Mhlanga 1022

Ptn 2 25°30'51.52"S 29° 1'46.61"E

Ptn 3 25°30'23.97"S 29° 1'37.81"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

R/E of Ptn 52 of the farm De Goede Hoop 128 JU

20/10/2017

Gert and Henriette Maria Pretorius

Mpakeni-Mlegeni CPA

Daantjie Community

Chairperson: Mr MV Nkuna

083 344 9977

013 794 7072

25°27'43.93"S 31° 5'14.90"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

9

Ptn 9, 33, 34, 49, 51, 53, 54, 56, 57, and 58 of the farm Witpoort 216 JS

04/08/2017

L Wessels, MC Davel, JP Van Der Berg

Mkhuzane Johannes Motau

Indubazana CPA

013 973 4014

Ptn 9 25°24'3.86"S 29°55'11.99"E

Ptn 33 25°24'3.60"S 29°55'6.13"E

Ptn 34 25°24'3.75"S 29°55'8.07"E

Ptn 49 25°24'53.97"S 29°55'19.63"E

Ptn 51 25°23'46.70"S 29°54'59.12"E

Ptn 53 25°22'14.19"S 29°54'47.28"E

Ptn 54 25°23'0.98"S 29°55'31.00"E

Ptn 56 25°22'55.94"S 29°54'36.52"E

Ptn57 25°23'9.43"S 29°54'36.93"E

Ptn58 25°23'23.55"S 29°54'34.55"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

3

Ptn 5,21, and 25 of the farm Uitkomst 390 JT and Ptn 1, 4, and 9 Schoonwater 374 JT

Uitkomst- 28/03/2017

Schoonwater- 5/04/207

De Wet Dirk Petrus Jahannes :4805305027003

Mr mgudwa Johannes Malinga

Magedvula Edamini CPA

P.o Box 2271 Ermelo 2350

Ptn5/390 25°45'16.30"S 30°20'48.37"E

Ptn21/390 25°45'21.21"S 30°21'37.31"E

Ptn25/390 25°45'52.95"S 30°21'16.26"E

Ptn1/374 25°44'53.25"S 30°21'59.45"E

Ptn4/374 25°45'2.77"S 30°22'29.82"E

Ptn9/374 25°44'36.35"S 30°22'14.65"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

8

Ptn 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 18 and 22 of the farm Wolvengaten 255 JR

N/A

National Government of South Africa

Mhlabezi Community

Mr J Ndala- chairperson

P o box 1063

kwaggafontein

PTN 1: 25°28'30.67"S 28°56'27.66"E

PTN 2: 25°28'16.96"S 28°56'57.06"E

PTN 6: 25°28'40.41"S 28°55'49.88"E

PTN 7: 25°27'31.05"S 28°57'26.34"E

PTN 8: 25°27'19.30"S 28°58'20.62"E

PTN 18: 25°28'24.66"S 28°56'6.97"E

PTN 22: 25°27'59.54"S 28°58'47.22"E

N/A

1

R/E of farm Ledouphine 469 KT

08/03/2017

Ferriera raynard Eugene

Henning Pieter Jakobus

Steenkamp Rachel maria

Noel Bert Tiel

Tiel CPA

076 157 4749

24°44'58.86"S 30°49'26.94"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

2

Ptn 2 and 8 of the farm De Goede Hoop 532 JT

5/01/2016

Christoffel Francois Du Toit

Kufa John Galela

076 120 5011

PTN 2: 25°42'37.09"S 30°40'53.48"E

PTN 8: 25°41'21.41"S 30°39'53.40"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

R\E of the farm Waterval 273 KU

23/02/2017

Republic Owner of South Africa

Mogane Louis Mdala

Nhlanganu Tribe

Khosa Luka Nelson

Mapula Tribe, Mathibela Tribal authority,M Mogane, Bankgogile Evette Mashego

Mogane Louis Mdala

013 799 0119

Reginald Sihlangu 013 773 0400

Khosa Luka Nelson p o box 222, Bushbuckridge

24°54'27.24"S 31° 5'22.62"E

24°55'11.70"S 31° 3'43.58"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

7

Ptn 26,27. 28, 29, 32, 33 and 34of Ptn 4 of the farm Goedgelegen 393 JT

19/04/2017

Meyer Pieter and Annunziata Rademeyer

Magedvula Tribal Families

Stephen Jabulani Rakwena

013 419 1210

PTN 4 25°47'39.96"S 30°25'46.07"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without 1st refusal or authorisation of the Minister.

1

R/E of Ptn 4of the farm Klipspruit 209 JS

03/05/2018

Matthys Johannes blom

Ntuli Family

Mavula Singene CPA

Mvangeli Johannes Ntuli

082 966 8677

25°30'32.22"S 29°45'1.17"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without authorisation of the Minister.

1

R/E of the farm Grootvlei 293 IS

30/07/2017

DESERT KNIGHT INVESTMENT CC

SCHULK MARHIQA CPA

MR JOHN MTSWENI :078 548 2872 or 072 031 1140

26°31'32.65"S 29°18'20.38"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 11 and 48 of the farm Rooikraans 57 JT

25/04/2018

Contact Person: Barry Wagner/Marthie.Tel no: 031 656-2161.Email:Marthie@harveynortje.co.

Phutanang CPA

Chairperson: Peter Fenyane

013 265 1137

PTN 11 25° 7'23.53"S 30°15'53.82"E,

:PTN 48 25° 7'57.26"S 30°15'35.96"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 7 of the farm Tevrede 31 JU

15/06/2017

Du Toit Smuts Attorneys

SABAAN CAPA

013 745 3200

25° 2'15.05"S 30°59'32.90"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without authorisation of the Minister.

1

R/E of the farm Witrand 52 IT

28/07/2017

MR GERRIT JOHAN STEYN DOYER

CPA NOT ESTABLISHED : PROPERTY TO BE EXCISED

Ms SPONONO ZULU

:071 232 0787

26° 8'2.11"S 30° 5'48.28"E

Property is vested with state still needs to be excised.

1

Ptn 26 of the farm Grootvlei 293 IS

22/12/2017

RIVERISCO FARMING CC

SCHULK MARHIQA CPA

MR JOHN MTSWENI :078 548 2872 or 072 031 1140

Ptn26: 26°32'7.27"S 29°16'56.25"E

Beneficiaries shall not transfer the proprety without authorisation of the Minister.

1

Ptn 2 of the farm Diepgezet 18 JT

30/11/2017

Dirk Globler Trust

Mampong Anna Mankge

Mankge CPA

P O Box 560 Sekhukhune 1124

25° 3'24.28"S 30°16'6.06"E

The right of 1st refusal rests with the Minister and DG DRDLR

1

Ptn 8 :A Ptn of Ptn 2 of the farm White Waters 7 JU

4/5/ 2018

Umbhaba Estate Pty Ltd

Sikwele James Mashaba

Mashaba Trust

013 737 0067

25° 4'45.35"S 31° 7'13.27"E

Shall not Transfer without Minister’s right of 1st refusal

1

Ptn 0 :R/E, Ptn 4,8,9,Ptn 10:R/E, Ptn 12, 13 of the farm Beetgekraal 19 JT

19/02/2018

Dirk Grobbelaar Trust

Phutanang CPA

Chairperson: Peter Fenyane

013 265 1137

RE/19 25° 5'36.22"S 30°16'48.22"E

PTN 4 25° 5'15.47"S 30°16'55.71"E

PTN 8 25° 5'49.13"S 30°17'14.54"E

PTN 9 25° 5'41.37"S 30°17'5.26"E

PTN 10 25° 5'5.19"S 30°15'51.56"E

PTN 12 25° 4'31.42"S 30°16'50.22"E

PTN 13 25° 4'54.11"S 30°16'15.17"E

Shall not Transfer without Minister’s right of 1st refusal

1

Ptn 0 of the farm Gloria 473 KT

N/A

Republic of South Africa Government

Alda Sekeku Motlou

071 004 2923

24°43'59.04"S 30°48'23.24"E

n/a

1

R/E of the farm Ida 144 IT

20/11/ 2017

BALTHAZAR JOHANNES KRITZINGER

Masiphula CPA

MR BHOTIMANE NKOSI :082 626 4800

26° 0'56.69"S 30°30'53.75"E

Shall not Transfer with Minister’s right of 1st refusal

1

Ptn 0 of the farm Theeboom 729 JT

20/11/2017

PLESSIS HESTER SUSANNA DU

Baka Nkosi- Ginindza CPA

Mabuza Simeon Ginindza :079 024 9479

26° 0'44.45"S 30°44'34.03"E

Beneficiaries shall not after registration of transfer of the proprety , authorisation of the Minister of Rural Deveelopment and Land Reform

TOTAL 348

             

Gauteng

(1)(a)(i)(ii)

(b)(i)are the relevant details in each case

(b) (ii)dates on which title deeds were transferred

(b)(iii) names of beneficiaries

(b)(iv)Name of the previous owner

(b)(v) contact information of the beneficiaries in each case;

(b)(vi) are the GPS co-ordinates of the farm

(2)(a)(b): (a) limitations of ownership and/or (b) future transfer provisions; if so, what are the relevant details in each case

1

Holding 820 Wallmatshal

08/10/2015

Manase and Queen Mosombuka

National Government Republic of South Africa

078 219 3990

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 975 Wallmatshal

08/10/2015

Mokoena Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

073 632 6506

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 947 Wallmatshal

08/10/2015

Motshohi Family

National Government Republic of South Africa

 

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 956 Wallmatshal

08/10/2015

Motshohi Family

National Government Republic of South Africa

082 887 2626

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 305 Wallmatshal

11/11/2015

Rambau Family

National Government Republic of South Africa

 

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 624 Wallmatshal

14/09/2015

Motshekga Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

065 848 6042 / 076 651 7206

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 593 Wallmatshal

11/12/2015

Malope Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

012 345 2477/ 082 752 3886

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 1069 Wallmatshal

19/10/2015

Mpiti Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

060 780 6342/ 071 579 1565

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 273 Wallmansthal

15/03/2016

Molao Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

011 936 0047/ 073 988 5018

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 635 Wallmatshal

29/01/2016

Makopo Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

082 491 8890

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 762 Wallmatshal

22/01/2016

Mamabolo family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

0605015838

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 1280 Wallmatshal

04/03/2016

Tshabalala Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

0713433434 / 076 4429952

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 1285 Wallmatshal

11/11/2015

Manamela Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

071 22 22 696

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 1282 Wallmannsthal

11/11/2015

Manamela Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

071 22 22 696

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 193 Wallmansthal

23/03/2016

Mothiba Family

National Government Republic of South Africa

078 107 1779 / 072 667 3555

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 1090 Wallmatshal

08/10/2015

MOGALE MF & 2 OTHERS

National Government Republic of South Africa

082 641 0479 / 074 722 7196

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 82 Wallmatshal

30/04/2016

APRIL MAKWANA TRUST

National Government Republic of South Africa

073 727 3911 / 083 995 9715 / 073 095 1486 / 074 660 6328

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 125 Wallmatshal

14/04/2016

TSHABALA WILHEMA & 6 OTHERS

National Government Republic of South Africa

012 790 2139

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 127 Wallmatshal

14/04/2016

TSHABALA WILHEMA & 6 OTHERS

National Government Republic of South Africa

012 790 2139

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 553 Wallmatshal

26/05/2016

PHILMON MANYONI TRUST

National Government Republic of South Africa

079 347 5587

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 395 Wallmatshal

01/07/2016

MATLALA FAMILY TRUST

National Government Republic of South Africa

083 481 1380 / 076 647 1621

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 254 Wallmansthal

01/07/2016

MAJADIBODU REBECA &1 OTHER

National Government Republic of South Africa

071 928 6673 / 076 017 9315

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 949 Wallmatshal

01/07/2016

MAKANA FAMILY TRUST

National Government Republic of South Africa

083 666 2822

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 402 Wallmansthal

26/08/2016

JOHANNES LEKOMANE TRUST

National Government Republic of South Africa

072 523 8720

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 598 Wallmamsthal

20/10/2016

SHANDU KA NDABA FAMILY TRUST

National Government Republic of South Africa

082 799 5271

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Hoding 815 Wallmamsthal

07/10/2016

EPHRAHIM RADEBE TRUST

National Government Republic of South Africa

073 737 5435 / 082 543 3768

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 824 Wallmannsthal

08/11/2016

Tau Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

0827475140 / 076 210 6725

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 199 Wallmatshal

23/02/2017

Makokga Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

071 474 2453 / 079 402 0988/ 076 775 7644

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Holding 328

31/03/2017

Buthane Family Trust

National Government Republic of South Africa

082 829 5632/ 078 260 3740

Latitude                25 32 46.49S

Longitude              28 18 19.75E

Elevation              1173m

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

TOTAL 29

             

NORTHERN CAPE

(1)(a)(i)(ii)

(b)(i)are the relevant details in each case

(b) (ii)dates on which title deeds were transferred

(b)(iii) names of beneficiaries

(b)(iv)Name of the previous owner

(b)(v) contact information of the beneficiaries in each case;

(b)(vi) are the GPS co-ordinates of the farm

(2)(a)(b): (a) limitations of ownership and/or (b) future transfer provisions; if so, what are the relevant details in each case

1

Remaining extent of the farm Groenwater No. 453, Remainder of portion 3 of the Farm Groenwater No. 453, Remainder of portion 4 of the Farm Groenwater No. 453 and Remaining of extent of portion 5 of the farm Groenwater No. 453; Remaining extent of the farm Skeyfontein No. 536, Farm Skeyfontein No. 536 ptn 1, Farm Seyfontein No. 536 ptn 2 and Farm Skeyfontein No. 536 ptn 3

27/03/1998

Groenwater/ Skeifontein CPA

ZB Jansen,JL & SE Van der walt,MHJ & FP J acobs,Sma Bubb-Naude, Wil-Hel Uys trust,DJ & EJ Fourie,CGJ Hattingh,NH Jordaan

0785045764

23.298; -28.274

23.175; -28.473

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 2 (Sangronde) of Farm No.643

29/08/2002

Khomani San CPA

Mr JCK du Toit,Mr JAC Liebenberg,Ds PS Conradie

0847131816

0835888346

0760235111

20.377; -26.162

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Klein Mier Nr2(Kalkdraai),Plaasnommer 113 in Gordonialand Distrik

29/08/2002

Khomani San CPA

Mr AJB Avenant,Mr Minnaar,Mr Knoessen, Knoessen trust

0847131816

0835888346

0760235111

20.320; 26.799

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 8 of the Farm Gloucester 674;Remainder of the Farm Lohatlha 673;Remainder of Portion 1(Nooitgedacht) of the Farm Lohatlha 673;Remaining Extent of the Farm 445;Portion 2 (Annex Kareepan) of the Farm 445; Portion 1 (Doornpan) of the Farm 445; Remainder of Portion 2(Lemoenpoort) of the Farm Kapstewel No.436; Portion 7 of the Farm Driehoeks Pan No.435 and Remaining Extent of the Farm Driehoeks Pan No.435

20/03/2008

(State Land)

Barbatas CPA

Associates Mangenese Mines of South Africa

 

23.062; -28.087

23.042; -28.030

23.073; -28.024

23.074; -28.201

23.087; -28.149

23.032; -28.144

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Mazelsfontein 239

25/11/2009

Katlhani / Mazelfontein CPA

Riandri Plase (Eindoms) Beperk

0734098386

23.580; -29.050

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 7 of Farm 74, Remaining extent of Farm 75

25/11/2009

Katlhani / Mazzelsfontein CPA

Riandri Plase (Eindoms) Beperk

0734098386

23.360; -29.173

2.007; -28.605

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Katlani 236, Portion 33 of Farm 74

20/09/2010

ND JACOBS AND SEUNS (PTY) LTD

Katlhani / Mazzelsfontein CPA

0734098386

23.584; -29.126

23.541; -29.130

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Farm Holding No. 217

09/07/2010

Bassonsdrift CPA

Wessel Johannes Moolman Janse Van Rensburg

Afrikaner 076 227 8696

19.529; -29.515

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 0,1,23,4,5,6 and 9 as Remainder of Farm De Brak

17/01/2011

Farmer Family Trust

Christoffel Lombard and H. A. O' Kennedy

Kollie Farmer 083 728 7884

19.496; -31.038

19.496; -31.029

19.506; -31.047

19.510; -31.045

19.499; -31.055

19.459; -31.021

19.450; -31.029

19.467; -31.024

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Remaining extent of portion 4 of Reads Drift No 74, Portion 25 of Farm Reads Drift No. 74

19/03/2010

Kok Family CPA

E. R. Faber

071 548 2341

23.362; -29.118

23.352; -29.092

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 25 Reads Drift 7

24/04/2013

Kok Family CPA

PPC Lime LTD

082 342 0595

23.352; -29.092

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Farm Badhope No.372

10/06/2012

Gong Gong CPA

Prellex 153 CC

0823315297

0725863798

0722745390

24.429; -28.521

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Farm No.377

12/06/2009

Koopmansfontein CPA

Pieter Johan van Der Byl Lambrechts

0795176374

24.019; -28.269

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 0 of Farm Koopmansfontein 378, Portion 6 of Farm Koopmansfontein 211

19/11/2012

Koopmansfontein CPA

Pieter Johan van Der Byl Lambrechts

0795176374

24.091; -28.235

24.010; -28.232

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 0 & 2 of Farm Boven Campbell No.424

25/02/2011

JJ Balie Second Generation Trust

Siyancuma Local Municipality & Samuel Wilhelm Ludwick

083 546 7684

23.703; -28.790

23.704; -28.791

23.704; -28.792

23.705; -28.797

23.714; -28.803

23.715; -28.804

23.709; -28.800

23.705; -28.791

23.706; -28.791

23.705; -28.792

23.711; -28.796

23.713; -28.798

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Remaining extent, portion 1, remaining extent of portion 3, portion 4 Gamahoudi 122 RD, remaining extent Letchalachu 199 HM, PORTION 9 AND 10 Boland 133 RD AND REMAINING EXTENT Mora Schuba 201RD

08/12/2009

Batlhaping Ba Ga Phetlhu CPA

Eltin Trust (MM Venter), AD Bothma (SA Bantoe Trust), KleinBoere Vrouevereniging Trust (Eylers CPA), JK Padisho, KV & NI Gaoraelwe, JC Bosman (SA Bantoe Trust) & Ultra Trust (P&E Truter)

0796780467

0723866511

23.944; -27.460

23.942; -27.475

23.916; -27.414

23.908; -27.438

20.040;-27.453

23.949; -27.499

23.934; -27.526

24.003; -27.397

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Remaining extent of Farm Letchulachu No. 119 and portion 5

08/12/2009

Batlhaping Ba Ga Phetlhu CPA

Mr. Joseph Kgosietsile Padisho

0796780467

0723866511

23.982; -27.336

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Gamopedi Community Claim (Phase 1)

11/11/2014

Gamopedi CPA

Gefco Limited

Moses Masedi 079 909 7220

23.177; -27.326

23.183; -27.321

23.181; -27.339

23.138; -27.277

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Bo-Plaas, Danielskuil Group and Community Claim (Phase 2) Kgatlhane Family

04/12/2014

Katlhani CPA

Van Der Westhuizen Carina and Vermaak Anna Christina

071 253 4562

23.561; -28.169

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 of Farm Severn no 36, Abbey No 364, Portions 0 and 1 of Lehating no 741 Portion 116 of Farm 703 (Caledonia no 1032) Portion 0,1,2 of Dikgatlong No 286 and Portion 1 - 67 of The Farm McCarthysrus No 35?

01/08/2014

Madibeng CPA

Alexander Whitehead

0763950062

Jakes Mocumi

22.822; -26.618

22.855; -26.591

22.857; -26.591

22.855; -26.589

22.857; -26.588

22.731; -26.540

22.893; -27.046

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Erf 421 and 422 (Danielskuil)

14/09/2015

Josephs Family CPA

Petrus Johannes Hermanus Mree

072 455 2845

23.562; -28.169

23.562; -28.170

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Koopmansfontein No. 377 Portion 0 of farm Koopmansfontein No. 378, Portion 5,6 and 7 of the Farm Koopmansfontein No. 211 and Portions 2,5,6,7,8,9 and 10 of the Farm Koopmansfontein No. 212

20/03/2015

Koopmansfontein CPA

Pieter Johan van der Byl Lambrechts

0795176374

24.019; -28.269

24.090; -28.235

24.034; -28.214

24.010; -28.232

24.033; -28.236

24.037; -28.241

24.032; -28.243

24.035; -28.243

24.035; -28.241

24.037; -28.245

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Remaining extent of portion 8 of Farm Kurrees 369

30/06/2015

Kurrees CPA

Jan Bekker Trust

Johnny Groenewald 081 581 1243

21.301; -28.104

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

portion 15 of Farm Kurrees 369

28/01/2016

Kurrees CPA

Steenkamp Family Trust

Johnny Groenewald 081 581 1243

21.230; -28.145

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Remaining extent portion 0 of Farm Vreede 368, portion and portion 4 of Farm Vreede368

Portion 0 and Portion 4-30/05/2016

Portion 2- 24/05/2016

Vreede CPA

Portion 0: Abraham Jacobus Burger Portion 2: A H Rupping Portion 4: John Willem Spencer

Mr Clarke

071 130 9643

21.148; -28.115

21.183; -28.042

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 5 (portion of portion 2), portion 9 amd 11 of the Farm Rooipoort No. 315

19/09/2016

Jonathan Cloete CPA

Paul Johannes Jacobus Loots

Hoogstander 073 210 4644

20.858; -27.915

20.915; -27.990

20.895; -27.940

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 2 of the Farm Papkuil No. 513

22/09/2017

Papkuil CPA

Mr. Mare Carel Von Ebenhardt

Karel Setlogelo No contact 072 853 4662

23.664; -28.471

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

2

Portion 0 and 1 of the Farm Grootfontein No.145

21/04/2017

Mr Jacques van der Merwe Representing VDM Trust and Boerdery Tagtig (PTY) LTD

Meyers Family CPA

Thomas Meyers 082 611 2325

23.976; -27.643

23.995; -27.658

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 7 and 9 Remaining extent 212 Koopmansfontein

13/06/2017

Koopmansfontein CPA

Koopmansfontein Sentrum CC (Hennie Langeveldt)

0795176374

24.032; -28.243

24.035; -28.241

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants/ beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards.

1

Portion 3 of farm Kuiepan No.504, Portion 4 of farm Kuiepan No.504, Portion 5 of Farm Kuiepan No.504 and Portion 24 of farm Kuiepan No.504

09/10/2017

Kuiepan CPA

A.W.A. Maritz

0766322126

Peter Maasdorp

21.958; -27.543

22.005; -27.531

22.051; -27.519

22.992; -27.586

It is recorded that the claimants/ direct descendants beneficiaries/ nominee(s)/ legal entities shall not, after registration of transfer of the property into their name/s, dispose of, encumber or sell the property or any portion thereof without prior written authorisation of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform. It is recorded that the Minister of Rural Development and land Reform shall have the right of first refusal. The Minister shall have 45 working days to indicate in writing his or her intention in this regards. /

TOTAL 31

             

NORTH WEST

What (a) number of titled deeds for farms did (i) her department and (ii) each provincial department of rural development and land reform hand over since 1 April 2009

(b) (i) Name of each farm

(b)(ii) dates on which title deeds were transferred

(iii) names of beneficiaries

(iv) names of the previous owners

(v) contact details of the previous owners

(vi) exact GPS co-ordinates of each farm

(2) Whether any of the specific titlee deeds included (a) limitation of ownership and/or (b) future tranfere provisions; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

3

Ptn 27, R/E of Ptn 30, R/E of Ptn 32, R/E of 7 , Ptn 26 and 29 of 189 JM Barolong Ba Ga Maiketso Community (Phase 2)

22/04/2013

27/03/2013

27/03/2013

Barolong Ba Ga Maiketso CPA

Bonnet Pierre, Appelgryn Johannes Andries, Bonnet Susan

082 553 7163

-25.82878

23.536845

No

1

Ptn 17,31,37 of Farm 189 JM Barolong Ba Ga Maiketso Community (Phase 3)

27/03/2013

Barolong Ba Ga Maiketso CPA

Koos Hoffman Trust

082 553 7163

-25.82878

23.536845

No

5

Ptn 1 - 6, 8 & 9 of Denmark 445 IN (Kudungkgwane Community)

26/04/2013

10/05/2013

16/05/2013

30/04/2013

10/05/2013

Tsolo, Maine and Sehole Families)

E.P. Niemand Trust; Pieterse Willem Johannes; Nico Brouwer Veeboerdery; Strydom Gideon Lourens; Srydom Emsie Millie; Lezmin cc; Bruwer George Daniel;

082 827 6247

-26.477899

24.449239

No

2

Ptn 11,28,33 of farm 189 JM Barolong Ba Ga Maiketso
(Phase 5)

08/09/2014

31/07/2014

Barolong Ba Ga Maiketso CPA

Bushbell 129 CC

082 553 7163

-25.82878

23.536845

No

2

Barolong Ba Ga Maiketso Phase 8 (PTN 2 of the Farm 216 JM, R/E of PTN 14 & 36 OF Skelek 189 JM, PTN 1&2 OF SANDY Flat 138, R/E of PTN 1 of ASHTON 139 JM

18/09/2017

22/06/2017

Barolong Ba Ga Maiketso CPA

Walkor Boerdery Trust

082 553 7163

-25.957597

-25.82878

-25.708006

23.913988

23.536845

23.425031

No

1

Barolong Ba Ga Mariba Phase 9 (R/E PTN0, PTN 1 of Uitkijk 67 JN and R/E (PTN 0) of the farm Eenzaamheid 68 JN

20/12/2017

Barolong Ba Ga Bariba CPA

Herbst Mattys Johannes

082 827 6247

-25.943049

25.928807

24.592805

24.609354

No

1

Ptn 4 of Doornkop 166 IP - Dipati Phase 3

19/08/2014

Dipati CPA

David Hendruk Brits

018 294 5251

-26.191172

26.768167

NO

1

Ptn 148 of Doornkop 166 IP Dipati Community Phase 4

2015/03/23

Dipati CPA

Westvaal Belegggings PTY LTD

018 294 5251

-26.191172

26.768167

NO

Total 16

               

LIMPOPO

number of title deeds for farms (1)(a)(i)(ii)

(b)(i)are the relevant details in each case

(b) (ii)dates on which title deeds were transferred

(b)(iii) names of beneficiaries

(b)(iv)Name of the previous owner

(b)(vi) are the GPS co-ordinates of the farm

(b)(v) contact information of the beneficiaries in each case;

(2)(a)(b): (a) limitations of ownership and/or (b) future transfer provisions; if so, what are the relevant details in each case

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

R/E OF NOOITVERWACHT 635 LQ,

R/E OF STERKFONTEIN 677 LQ

1/3/2012

MORONGWA COMMUNITY

COETZEE DAVID GROVE, PIETER LINDEQUE FAMILIE TRUST

-23.94451508570

27.60261212420

-23.92538536700

27.61111751060

0833546917

N/A

3

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 8 OF KLIPRAND 76 JR, R/E

OF PTN 2, R/E OF PTN 4, PTN 13 OF KAMEELRIVIER 77 JR, ELANDSOEWER 707 JR, APIESDORING 78 JR PTN 6,R/E OF PTN 9,7,12,20,26,28,OF

13/02/2013

GA-MASHONG MATLALA CPA

TEDO BELEGGINGS 6 PTY LTD, MONTLE METSE RIVER RANCH PTY LTD & COETZEE CORNELIA HENDRIKA

-25.28917328420

28.40798225860

0718651431

N/A

3

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

STYLKOP 630 LT, PTN 4 & 16 OF DIEPLAAGTE 591 LT, PTN 4 OF ROOIHOOGTE 596 LT, PTN 8 & 10 OF GRYSAPPEL 598 LT, PTN 9 & 2 OF JAGERSFONTEIN 554 LT, 13 & PTN 14 OF ROSSEAUX 551 LT, JO-MARI 646 LT, CANADA 645 LT, PTN 2,34 & R/E OF RANTENBERG 491 LT, PTN 4,5 & 6 OF DIGGERSREST 622 LT, R/E OF TOMAZON 950 LS, SUIKERBOSKOPJE 953 LS, PTN 2 OF DIEPLAAGTE 591 LT, PTN 7 OF LUCERNE 628 LT, PTN 2 & R/E OF PTN 30 OF ONVERWACHT 1131 LS,R/E OF PTN 1 OF EVEROND 583 LT,PTNS 30,31,32,33 & 34 OF DIEPKLOOF 592 LT

PTN 4 OF No GRYSAPPEL 598 LT

06/11/2015

MAMPHOKU MAKGOBA CPA

FAUCONNIER MALCOLM KEITH;SHEPPARD NEVILLE REGINALD;LAURA THERON TRUST;PIETER GELDENHUYS FAMILIE TRUST;ORYX CHEM PTY LTD;LAND- & LANDBOU-ONTWIKKELINGSBANK VAN SUID-AFRIKA;J C KRUGER FAMILIE TRUST;MCCABE MARGARETHA;EERSTE NASIONALE BANK;SWART STEPHANUS HENDRIK;FALCON TRUST;PIET VAN DER MERWE FAMILY TRUST;CROWN MOUNT PTY LTD;FIRST NATIONAL BANK;MAGOEBASKLOOF RUSKAMP CC

J & J MCCLINTOCK TRUST

-23.86656831830

29.93025936730

0834751424

N/A

2

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 1,4& 5 OF DU PREEZ RUST 28 KS

08/03/2016

MAKGWARANENG CPA

FARUK VALJIE FAMILY TRUST

-24.12900769880

29.49812084980

-24.11269379060

29.48710893140

-24.12181796620

29.47255598300

079 815 9839

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

ONLUST 480 LR

PTN 1 OF AMSTERDAM 479 LR

10/07/2018

MABULA-MOSIMA CPA

TRADESTUFF 2209 CC

NEDCOR BANK

-24.93143767350

28.38881646010

-24.78451012040

27.29857740010

-24.77838583370

27.31046116560

-24.77120315130

27.28991274010

076 220 6646

N/A

1

R/OF PTN 18, 95 OF GUERNSEY 81 KU, R/E & PTN 11 OF JONGMANSPRUIT 234 KT, R/E OF LIVERPOOL 202 KTPTN 4 OF GRYSAPPEL 598 LT

PTN 1,4& 5 OF DU PREEZ RUST 28 KS

ONLUST 480 LR

N/A

MOLETELE CPA

COSHELF 205 PTY LTD

-24.38562770570

30.81823968410

-24.35051323080

30.85180117700

-24.35448162140

30.85814202640

-24.36442781150

30.86653498730

-24.44894235320

30.79243350170

-24.42468149430 30.79096100690

-24.45138761700

30.83584538470

-24.46305375230

30.84593817620

-24.45178775480

30.84125134050

-24.45091949490

30.83850108340

-24.40915814780

30.83327635260

-24.35831064860

30.87121692120

-24.36460995110

30.87463209050

-24.31723724040

30.77341620790

-24.37648830810

30.85796826240

-24.37834582210

30.86918599520

-24.39585530530

30.82626627690

-24.38838867010

30.87755755240

-24.39139955660

30.88118028940

-24.35193261670

30.77356238090

-24.38667672410

30.82959015030

-24.38092884390

30.87496944010

-24.44582664010

30.84723834250

-24.39792742980

30.82609007830

-24.41180441730

30.84948419350

-24.5640537130

31.12520230360

-24.42435204140

30.79847877600

-24.38279670770

30.82146066360

-24.48756050700

30.81176606720

-24.45378420900

30.84387704790

-24.37109858720

30.87420196040

-24.31618439580

30.77518761690

-24.44419589450

30.79906611680

-24.34645195470

30.82425752820

-24.44590226550

30.83994568510

-24.38089604820 30.83656180380

-24.37942553060

30.89553319970

-24.37600391560 30.89048039150

-24.35467723840 30.84390768190

-24.40392216050 30.80769704090

-24.54877943280 31.13103678230

-24.32995702660 30.83089939250

-24.37573742260 30.78682306270

-24.41056790150 30.83457736260

-24.38092884380 30.87496943990

-24.37835359210 30.86918526840

-24.50657889860 30.97685477690

0729470287

N/A

9

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

R/E, PTN 7, R/E OF PTN 8, 12,14,

R/E OF PTN 17 & PTN 22 OF BALLYMORE 42 LT

28/08/2017

MUANANZHELE CPA

NATIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRI

-23.22452814250 30.04858587120

-23.22832716960 30.06296807310

-23.23679058240 30.03645791620

-23.23420219080 30.05166328920

-23.14800433050 29.91586128970

-23.16798060610 29.94153882900

-23.13384801800 29.89543471820

-23.13139177780 29.89534808480

-23.12639422800 29.89499927500

-23.13630272980 29.89552202200

-23.12893996880 29.89525984830

0731443928

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

R/E OF PTN 12 OF NOOITGEDACHT 22 JQ

10/07/2018

BAPHALANE BA RAMOKOKA CPA

SHOEMAN JOHANNES GERHARDUS

-25.04847595010

27.42430212260

-25.04451415650

27.44256352740

-25.02565180590

27.43637378720

-25.06339360310 27.45967905420

073 4408 508

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

GRASPLAARS 661 KS, R/E & PTN 1

OF UITZICHT 156 KS

14/12/2015

BOLAHLAKGOMO CPA

RSA, OOSVLAAKTE BOERDERY PTY LTD

-24.45792366860

29.28893039700

-24.47904110760

29.27202876520

-24.46990273940

29.29349442510

082 263 0850

N/A

2

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

R/E OF VLAKPAN 467 LR, R/E OF WILLOWMORE 439 LR, R/E OF KILLARNEY 210 LR

30/09/2015

BATLHALERWA BA SHONGOANE CPA

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION & EARTHMOVING COMPONENTS CC;BLUE AGE PROP 54 PTY LTD;SCARLET IBIS INV 263 PTY LTD

-23.52946036300

28.27392684460

-23.53376810140

28.20407111780

-23.53874951700

28.18507770230

072 947 0287

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 0 OF CORNWALL 477 LR, PRTN 0 OF STERKLOOP 478 LR

2014

 

CALANDRIA 182 CC;M N S BOERDERY CC

     

N/A

PTN 13 & 27 OF WELGEVONDEN 4 LT

PTN 3 OF PALMIETFONTEIN 2 LT

PTN 2 & 5 OF MUISVOGELKRAAL

654 LR

N/A

MUHOVHA CPA

PORTION 13 & 27 RODEV CHICKENS PTY LTD

8 MILE INV 94 PTY LTD

-23.34077297930

29.86959167940

-23.35747060790

29.86419321620

-23.31780463470

29.82729324630

-23.38623948500

29.82474855510

-23.37578992710

29.82493225610

-23.36366849330

29.83756432550

: 0767592498 or 0728686992

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 11,14,16,20,21,22,R/E OF 24,25,28& 38

OF RIETSPRUIT 527 KQ, R/E, PTN 3,R/E OF 4,5,10,R/E OF 25 OF DROOGESLOOT 476 KR, R/E, PTN 9 & 10 OF ZOETE-INVAL 484 KR, PTN 4 OF ALIWAL 486 KR

TRANSFERRED

BELA- BELA CPA

PORTION 11,21,- COETZEE GERHARDUS JOHANNES L,PORTION 13 - BEUKES MATTEUS GERHARDUS, PORTION 16 - SCHOEMAN PHILLIPUS JACOBUS 16000,PORTION 22 TOIT ELIZABETH CHRISTINA MAGRITHA DU, PORTION 24 -BEUKES WILLEM JACOBUS, PORTION 25 - ROSSOUW WILLEM ANDRE, PORTION 28 - HEERDEN NICOLAAS JOHANNES VAN, PORTION 38 GROBLER IZAK HERMANUS , R/E ,PTN 3 LANGE CORNELIUS FRANCOIS, PTN 4 HEERDEN LINDA VAN, PTN 5

-25.17869194440

28.27047544910

-25.19142580240

28.27560485060

-25.10678139560

28.23972290960

-25.65200118460

28.12604073010

-24.93946384490

28.40806958330

-24.94810609010

28.38739505740

-24.93649725890

28.40475031850

-24.93434047840

28.39999433970

-24.93582234290 28.39140539980

-24.95012872190

28.38256174170

-24.93830156450

28.40078475960

-24.94324625370

28.38854765370

-24.94072610580

28.38278397080

-24.93143767350

28.38881646010

082 677 9164

N/A

               

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 4,5,7 & 8 OF ZWARTKOP 369 KQ

10/07/2018

SEBILONG CPA

NO DATA, ZWARTKOP GAME LODGE PTY LTD

-24.78451012040

27.29857740010

-24.77838583370

27.31046116560

-24.77120315130 27.28991274010

0781797672;

0725267974;

0761345261

N/A

2

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

ARCADIA 74 MS, LAURISTON 76 MS, R/E OF WILLIAM PORTER 90 MS, AMMONDALE 278 MS, MONTAGU 77 MS, FLEISCHERTON 89 MS

BRAAM 92 MS

R/E OF WILLIAM PORTER 90 MS,

MONTAGU 77 MS, FLEISCHERTON 89 MS

26/07/2017

TSHIVHULA CPA

BOSVELD TRUST, N TVL MOTORS PIETERSBURG PTY LTD, KOBIE DELPORT FAMILIE TRUST

GAME COIN SAFARIS PTY LTD

N TVL MOTORS PIETERSBURG PTY LTD, KOBIE DELPORT FAMILIE TRUST

-22.40873622900

29.11577664080

-22.39383935820

29.13805384490

-22.36208529840

29.14003417470

-22.43724535820

29.11466114550

-22.45567148600

29.12649724940

-22.48847288490

29.09538211150

074 553 6290

N/A

               

4

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

R/E, PTN 1 & 2 OF HAAKDOORNDRAAI 470 LS, R/E OF BENJAMIN 460 LS, HAAKDOORNDRAAI 459 LS, KOPPIESKRAAL 463 LS, R/E & PTN 1 OF GANSPOORT 461 LS, R/E OF MALLE MOELLE 467 LS

R/E & PTN 1 OF PAARDESMID 469 LS

18/10/2013

MOKORORWANE CPA

GLENERIC INV PTY LTD, LEN FREEMANTLE TRUST, SEKEPE JACK MAPONYA FAMILY TRUST, ROLUST KOPPIESKRAAL PTY LTD, ROETS PHILIPPUS PETRUS B-E, ROLUST GANSPOORT PTY LTD, MALLEMOELE CC

BEZUIDENHOUT THEO

-23.51152031520

29.93435171340

-23.48536017590

29.94639391390

-23.51884986980

29.91567255250

-23.48226989120

29.96884690070

-23.47926544310

29.97240793010

-23.48794904900

29.94602464210

076 238 3935

N/A

               

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 51 OF BLOEMPOORT 39 JS

28/10/2015

MOHLABETSI CPA

LOSKOP FOODS & DEVELOPMENT TRUST

-23.49576480400

28.09685388390

Mr Kotelo

074 553 6290

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 4,5,7 & 8 OF ZWARTKOP 369 KQ

10/07/2018

SEBILONG CPA

WILD SPRING FARMS PTY LTD, SCHALLA VAN SCHALKWYK TRUST ESTATE

-24.78451012040

27.29857740020

-24.77838583390

27.31046116550

-24.77120315130

27.28991274010

Mr. Molefe S

083 925 0646

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 51 OF BLOEMPOORT 39 JS

28/10/2015

BAKWENA BA MOHLABETSI CPA

LOSKOP FOODS & DEVELOPMENT TRUST

-23.10345713280

28.66602263530

MR KOTELO

074 553 6290

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

R/E OF PTN 1 & 7 OF PLATLAND 401 LT

26/06/2018

RAMAHLO CPA

R/E OF PTN 1: ABSA BANK LTD & 7: EERSTE NASIONALE BANK OF PLATLAND 401 LT

-23.99257635300

28.40355547990

MR. RAMAHLO M.A

083 8830 292

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

R/E OF PTN 3& R/E OF PTN 18 OF SCHYFFONTEIN 798 MS

30/09/2015

SONGOZWI CPA

GLENIS TRADING PTY LTD

-23.01549008400

29.87916978300

MR. RAMANTSWA

083 755 7174

N/A

2

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

R/E & PTN 1 OF ONGELUKSPLAATS 189 LT, PTN 7 OF GEMSBOKSPRUIT 349 LT, PTN 11,12,13,14 & 15 OF PAARDEDOOD 186 LT, R/E PTN 1 & 2 OF JACOB 191 LT

30/11/2016

TSHWALE CPA

R/E: KLIPDRIFT TRUST & PTN 1: JENNY TRUST OF ONGELUKSPLAATS 189 LT, PTN 7 OF GEMSBOKSPRUIT 349 LT: COETSEE ABRAHAM PETRUS COROLUS, PTN 11,12,13,14 & 15 OF PAARDEDOOD 186 LT: JENNY TRUST, R/E PTN 1 & 2 OF JACOB 191 LT

-23.46396072710

30.17708843930

-23.58422119030

30.02288625820

-23.46678864090

30.16390458710

-23.47093589710

30.17213762070

-23.47515986310

30.17987366460

-23.47353733190

30.19343166410

-23.86622167580

30.05088263040

-23.92294558980

30.02422636880

 

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 7 OF DRIEFONTEIN 553 KQ

28/11/2017

SELOBATSANE CPA

MARULANI TRUST

-23.88798992060

28.44122062080

MR. CHARLES MAROBE MATOME

072 105 3053

063 551 1787

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 4,5,7 & 8 OF ZWARTKOP 369 KQ

10/07/2018

SEBILONG CPA

WILD SPRING FARMS PTY LTD, SCHALLA VAN SCHALKWYK TRUST ESTATE

-24.78451012040

27.29857740010

-24.77838583370

27.31046116560

-24.77120315130

27.28991274010

MR. TISANE MOABI

079 876 0470

N/A

1

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

PTN 1 & R/E OF PTN 3 OF DORSIG 364 MS

26/07/2017

TSHIVHULA CPA

DORSTIG SAFARIS PTY LTD

-22.40873622900

29.11577664080

-22.39383935820

29.13805384490

-22.36208529840

29.14003417470

-22.43724535820

29.11466114550

-22.45567148600

29.12649724940

-22.48847288490

29.09538211150

Mr. Tshivhula

0824147745

N/A

4

Title Deed was handed over to the CPA

DOREEN 108 MT, R/E OF HOWARD 116 MT,PTN 1& 2 OF KROMDRAAI 106 MT

18/12/2015

RAMPHABANA CPA

PETER KNOTT INV TRUST, KNOTT HOWARD BENJAMIN, PETER KNOTT FARMS PTY LTD, STRYDOM BAREND JACOBUS

-23.48516880080

30.24754292120

-23.47548915520

30.25943768280

MR RAMPHABANA

072 378 51 57

N/A

TOTAL 47

             

Western Cape

(1)(a)(i)(ii)

(b)(i)are the relevant details in each case

(b) (ii)dates on which title deeds were transferred

(b)(iv)Name of the previous owner

(b)(iii) names of beneficiaries

(b)(v) contact information of the beneficiaries in each case;

(b)(vi) are the GPS co-ordinates of the farm

(2)(a)(b): (a) limitations of ownership and/or (b) future transfer provisions; if so, what are the relevant details in each case

1

FARM TRUTER

04 AUGUST 2016

PETRUS TRUTER

EBENHAESER COMMUNAL PROPERTY ASSOCIATION

P/A DOWNING AND ENNGELBRECT ATTORNEYS 027 2133024

31.6292 S and 18.2615 E

The transferees shall not ,after registration of the property: (1).sell, exchange,donate or otherwise dispose of the within property or any portion thereof to any person or institution unless the property has first been offered to the National Government of the Republic of South Africa (Department of Rural Development and Land Reform) which shall have the first right of refusal.The Minister shall have 45 working days to communicate his or hers intention in this regard; and  (2) the transferees shall not mortgage or encumber the property or any portion thereof without the written consent of the Minister.

1

FARM HUISAMEN

29 JULY 2016

JOHAN HUISAMENT

 

P/A DOWNING AND ENNGELBRECT ATTORNEYS 027 2133024

   

1

FARM KOTZE

26 AUGUST 2016

JOHANNES KOTZE

 

P/A DOWNING AND ENNGELBRECT ATTORNEYS 027 2133024

31⁰634292 and 18⁰283846

 

1

FARM RALL

29 JULY 2016

FREDERICK RALL

 

P/A DOWNING AND ENNGELBRECT ATTORNEYS 027 2133024

   

1

FARM TOEKOMS

14 JULY 2016

TOEKOMS LANDGOED TRUST REG. NO IT 2025/2001

 

P/A DOWNING AND ENNGELBRECT ATTORNEYS 027 2133024

31⁰597308 and 18⁰249600’’

 

1

FRAM WIGGENS

19 AUGUST 2016

JOHAN WIGGENS

 

P/A DOWNING AND ENNGELBRECT ATTORNEYS 027 2133024

31⁰590582 and 18⁰254578

 

1

FARM COETZEE

14 JULY 2016

IZAK COETZEE

 

P/A DOWNING AND ENNGELBRECT ATTORNEYS 027 2133024

31⁰597308 and 18⁰249600

 

1

FARM BEESWATER

13 FEBRUARY 2018

F MASURA

BEESWATER GRIQUA COMMUNAL PROPERTY ASSOCIATION- CURRENTLY IN PROECESS OF TRANSFER

P/A GEYSER ATTORNEYS 012 3460226

31⁰28’0’’ S and 18⁰34’0’’

 

30 August 2018 - NW2224

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Lees, Mr RA to ask the Minister of Finance

Will he furnish Mr R A Lees with an updated list of guarantees extended by the Government, including (a) all new requests received from state-owned enterprises for guarantees, (b) whether or not the requests have been granted, rejected and/or are still under consideration and (c) the amount that the enterprises have drawn from the guarantees?

27 August 2018 - NW2252

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Vos, Mr J to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

With regard to his announcement to include the names of both parents in the passports of minors, (a) what is the name of the company that was awarded the contract and (b) what amount is projected to be paid by taxpayers in this regard?

Reply:

a) No contract was awarded specifically for this enhancement. The current DHA system was enhanced via the DHA modernisation/ Who Am I Online (WAIO) scope and printing is still done by Government Printing Works (GPW).

b) The price of passport has not changed.

24 August 2018 - NW1657

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Schmidt, Adv H to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

(a) What number of cases relating to the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, Act 12 of 2004, as amended, have been referred to the (i) SA Police Service (SAPS) and (ii) Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI) by (aa) his department and (bb) each entity reporting to him for further investigation since the Act was assented to and (b) what number of the specified cases have (i) been investigated by SAPS and DPCI, (ii) been followed up by the respective accounting officers and (iii) resulted in a conviction in each specified financial year since 2004?

Reply:

Department of Mineral Resources

Four (4) cases.

a) Number of cases relating to Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, Act 12 of 2004, as amended that have been referred:

(i) (aa) One case was referred to the South African Police Service (SAPS) by the department.

(ii) (aa) No case was referred to the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI) by the department.

b) (i) One (1) case has been investigated by SAPS during 2013/14 financial year and no case has been investigated by DPCI,

(ii) A follow up was done on the case by the respective accounting officer, and

The employee was dismissed, later appeared in court and was found guilty during 2017/18 financial year. The employee is awaiting Mintek

(a) (i) 2 cases

(ii) None

(b) (i) 2 cases investigated by SAPS.

(ii) 2 cases were followed up by the accounting officer.

(iii) 1 case resulted in a conviction in 2009.

SADPMR

a) (i) 4 cases were referred to SAPS

(ii) 1 case was referred to DPCI

b) (i) 4 cases are investigated by SAPS and1 by DPCI.

(ii) All cases are currently being followed up on by the Accounting Officer.

(iii) There are no convictions yet

MSHC

The MHSC has no cases relating to the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, Act 12 of 2004, as amended, that have been referred to the (i) SA Police Service (SAPS) and (ii) Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI.)

SDT

The SDT has no cases relating to the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, Act 12 of 2004, as amended, that have been referred to the (i) SA Police Service (SAPS) and (ii) Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI.)

CGS

The CGS has no cases relating to the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, Act 12 of 2004, as amended, that have been referred to the (i) SA Police Service (SAPS) and (ii) Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI.)

(iii) sentence.

Approved/Not Approved

Mr SG Mantashe

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2018

24 August 2018 - NW1907

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Groenewald, Mr PJ to ask the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

Whether all members of the senior management service (SMS) in her department had declared their interests for the past year as required by the Public Service Regulations; if not, (a) why not, (b) how many of the specified members did not declare their interests and (c) what are the (i) names and (ii) ranks of the specified noncompliant members of the SMS; (2) whether noncompliant SMS members have been charged; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) what number (a) of employees in her department at each post level are currently suspended on full salary and (b) of the specified employees at each post level have been suspended for the specified number of days (details furnished); (4) what is the total amount of cost attached to the days of service lost as a result of the suspensions in each specified case?

Reply:

1. Yes.

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

(2) Falls away.

(3) (a),(b)

Level

6

6

8

8

10

12

13

14

14

14

15

Total

No

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

11

Days

245

120

245

244

30

545

395

365

306

120

360

2975

(4) R6 098 857.39 as at 31 May 2018. Please refer to the table below.

 

SALARY LEVEL

TYPE OF MISCONDUCT

DAYS OF SUSPENSION

INDIVIDUAL COST OF SUSPENSION

2016/17

12

Irregularities in the handling of projects

545

R994 114.98

2017/18

13

Theft

395

R980 415.75

 

14

Irregularities in the handling of projects

365

R1 043 370.60

 

15

Irregularities in the handling of projects

360

R1 269 986.76

 

14

Irregularities in the handling of projects

306

R758 388.30

 

6

Fraud

245

R138 168.00

 

8

Fraud

245

R203 494.00

 

8

Soliciting money from clients

244

R196 184.00

 

6

Harassment of a conveyancer

120

R68 923.00

 

14

Prejudicing the administration, discipline and efficiency of the Department

120

R404 825.00

2018/19

10

Fraud

30

R40 987.00

24 August 2018 - NW2346

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

What are the top five agricultural imports and exports by Rand Value in each of the past five years?

Reply:

The top 5 agricultural products South Africa exported over the past 5 years are as follows:

Agricultural Products – Imports

Top 5 agricultural products SA imported from the world in the past 5 years

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2013

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2014

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2015

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2016

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

6,281

Durum wheat: Other

5,004

Durum wheat: Other

6,016

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

5,975

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

6,015

Durum wheat: Other

3,702

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

4,390

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

5,361

Maize (corn): Other

4,586

Durum wheat: Other

4,369

Cuts and offal, frozen:Other

2,038

Cuts and offal, frozen:Other

2,282

Palm nuts and kernels

1,763

Durum wheat: Other

4,453

Palm nuts and kernels

2,345

Not cut in pieces, frozen: Mechanically deboned meat

712

Not cut in pieces, frozen: Mechanically deboned meat

728

Maize (corn): Other

1,673

Dried kernels or grains fit for human consumption, not further prepared or processed and not packaged as seeds (excluding popcorn (Zea mays everta))

3,777

Cattle: Other

1,976

Malt, whether or not roasted: Of barley

591

Sunflower seeds, whether or not broken

632

Cattle: Other

1,063

Palm nuts and kernels

2,179

Not cut in pieces, frozen: Mechanically deboned meat

1,364

                                                                  

 

Agricultural Products - Exports

Top 5 exported agricultural products to the world per year

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2013

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2014

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2015

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2016

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Maize (corn): Other

       6,467

Oranges: Fresh

     6,542

Oranges: Fresh

     7,609

Oranges: Fresh

     8,807

Oranges: Fresh

   10,002

Oranges: Fresh

       5,660

Grapes: Fresh

     5,392

Grapes: Fresh

     6,126

Grapes: Fresh

     6,408

Grapes: Fresh

     7,209

Apples

       4,282

Maize (corn): Other

     4,318

Apples

     4,861

Apples

     5,274

Maize (corn): Other

     5,018

Grapes: Fresh

       4,260

Apples

     3,838

Lemons: Fresh

     3,066

Lemons: Fresh

     3,869

Apples

     4,981

Pears

       1,853

Lemons: Fresh

     2,470

Pears

     2,062

Maize (corn): Other

     3,844

Lemons: Fresh

     3,882

24 August 2018 - NW1933

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

(1)What (a) is the total number of incidents of sexual harassment that were reported to the human resources offices of entities reporting to him in (i) 2016 and (ii) 2017 and (b) are the details of each incident that took place; (2) was each incident investigated; if not, why not in each case; if so, what were the outcomes of the investigation in each case?

Reply:

b)Entities

CGS

None

None

 

MINTEK

None

None

 

SDT

None

None

 

SADPMR

None

None

 

MHSC

None

None

24 August 2018 - NW921

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Groenewald, Mr PJ to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

(1)Whether he is aware of the incident on 21 February 2017 at the Kareerand Silt Dam near Stilfontein in North West where large quantities of silt were dumped into the Vaal River; if so, (a) what was the extent of the pollution in the immediate environment of the Kareerand Silt Dam and in the Vaal River and (b) what steps (i) have been taken to limit and neutralise the impact of the immediate pollution and (ii) are being taken to prevent future dumping;

Reply:

The DMR was not aware and the matter should be referred to the Department of Water and Sanitation as the competent Authority.

Approved/Not Approved

Mr SG Mantashe, MP

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2018

24 August 2018 - NW1717

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

(1)(a) What total amount of land owned by his department and the entities reporting to him in each province is (i) vacant and (ii) unused or has no purpose and (b) what is the (i) location and (ii) size of each specified plot of land; (2) (a) how much of the land owned by his department and the entities reporting to him has been leased out for private use and (b) what is the (i) Rand value of each lease and (ii)(aa) location and (bb) size of each piece of land?

Reply:

(a)

(i)

(ii)

Department

None

None

Council for Geoscience

None

None

MINTEK

None

None

State Diamond Trader

   

South African Diamond and Precious Metal Regulator

None

None

Mine Health and Safety Council

None

None

1.

 

(i)

(ii)

CGS

None

None

MINTEK

None

None

SDT

   

SADPMR

None

None

MHSC

None

None

2.

Approved/Not Approved

Mr SG Mantashe, MP

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2018

24 August 2018 - NW989

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Horn, Mr W to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

How much land does (a) his department and (b) the entities reporting to him (i) own, (ii) have exclusive rights to and/or (iii) lease from the State to (aa) use and/or (bb) occupy?

Reply:

a) The Department does not own any land

b) Entities

Council for Geoscience

Council for Geoscience list of properties as at 31 March 2018

Description

Title deed

Street/ legal address

(i) Own Land

Value as per asset register as at 31/03/2018

GAUTENG (Pretoria and surrounds)

1.

Donkerhoek

26/11/1996

T1659/1986

Portion 80 of Donkerhoek Farm 365 JR, Gauteng

Own

R 15,307,657

 

Office Building

 

     

R 14,847,657

 

Land, Donkerhoek 365, Portion 80 of
Portion 23

 

 

 

 

R 460,000

2.

Silverton

31/03/2008

N/A

280 Pretoria Street

Own

R 65,792,702

 

Office Building

 

 

 

 

R 53,792,702

 

Land, Silverton, Portion77,
Koedoespoort 325 JR

 

 

 

 

R 12,000,000

3.

Pretoria West, 474 Carl Street, Town Lands 351 JR

31/03/2015

N/A

474 Carl Street

Own

R 840,000

KWAZULU NATAL (Pietermaritzburg)

4.

Office building, Pietermaritzburg

03/01/1996

T386/96

139 Jabu Ndlovu Street

Own

R 83,438

 

Land, Pietermaritzburg, Sub 5 of Lot
2613

 

 

 

 

R 362,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 445,438

WESTERN CAPE (Bellville)

5.

Office building, Bellville

13/09/1995

T68741/1995

3 Oos Street

Own

R 11,953,372

 

Land, Bellville, Erf 11238 Bellville

 

 

 

 

R 1,139,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 13,092,372

EASTERN CAPE (Port Elizabeth)

6.

Office building, Port Elizabeth

11/11/1996

T7817/1997

16 2nd Avenue, Walmer

Own

R 105,262

 

Land, Port Elizabeth, Erf 1629
Walmer

 

 

   

R 140,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 245,262

NORTHERN CAPE (Upington)

7.

Office building, Upington

01/04/2003

T11736/1996

24 Josling street

Own

R 663,217

 

Land, Upington,
Olyvenhoutsdriftnedersetting 1094

16/02/1996

T1187/2003

   

R 300,000

 

Land, Upington

01/03/2003

T1187/2003

 

 

R 70,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 1,033,217

FREE STATE (Boshof)

8.

Office building Boshof Farm

01/07/2002

T17593/2002

Portion 3 of Magdalenasrust Farm 861, Free State

Own

R 68,476

 

Office building, Boshof Infrasound-
CTBTO

03/01/2006

     

R 1,590,586

 

Land, Boshof Farm

01/07/2002

 

 

 

R 610,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 2,269,063

LIMPOPO (Polokwane)

9.

Land, Erf 110, Pietersburg, Limpopo

01/04/2014

T67811/2010

30A Schoeman Street

Own

R 350,000

TOTAL VALUE OF PORTFOLIO AS AT 31 MARCH 2018

 

R 99,375,711

Mintek, South African Diamond and Precious Metal Regulator, Mine Health and Safety Council and State Diamond Trader.

Approved/Not Approved

Mr SG Mantashe, MP

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2018

24 August 2018 - NW2347

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

What are the top five products in each category and Rand value that South Africa (a) imported and (b) exported in each of the past five years?

Reply:

Although South Africa is a relatively diversified economy importing and exporting products from a number of different sectors including agriculture, mining and manufacturing, our export basket is still dominated by primary products from mining and agriculture.

The top 5 products from agriculture, mining and manufacturing South Africa imported over the past 5 years are as follows:

 

Agricultural Products – Imports

Top 5 agricultural products SA imported from the world in the past 5 years

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2013

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2014

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2015

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2016

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

6,281

Durum wheat: Other

5,004

Durum wheat: Other

6,016

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

5,975

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

6,015

Durum wheat: Other

3,702

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

4,390

Rice: Semi-milled or wholly milled rice, whether or not polished or glazed

5,361

Maize (corn): Other

4,586

Durum wheat: Other

4,369

Cuts and offal, frozen:Other

2,038

Cuts and offal, frozen:Other

2,282

Palm nuts and kernels

1,763

Durum wheat: Other

4,453

Palm nuts and kernels

2,345

Not cut in pieces, frozen: Mechanically deboned meat

712

Not cut in pieces, frozen: Mechanically deboned meat

728

Maize (corn): Other

1,673

Dried kernels or grains fit for human consumption, not further prepared or processed and not packaged as seeds (excluding popcorn (Zea mays everta))

3,777

Cattle: Other

1,976

Malt, whether or not roasted: Of barley

591

Sunflower seeds, whether or not broken

632

Cattle: Other

1,063

Palm nuts and kernels

2,179

Not cut in pieces, frozen: Mechanically deboned meat

1,364

 

 

           

 

 

 

 

                                                                                         

 

Agricultural Products - Exports

Top 5 agricultural products SA Exported to the world in the past 5 years

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2013

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2014

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2015

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2016

SA top 5 agricultural export to the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Maize (corn): Other

       6,467

Oranges: Fresh

     6,542

Oranges: Fresh

     7,609

Oranges: Fresh

     8,807

Oranges: Fresh

   10,002

Oranges: Fresh

       5,660

Grapes: Fresh

     5,392

Grapes: Fresh

     6,126

Grapes: Fresh

     6,408

Grapes: Fresh

     7,209

Apples

       4,282

Maize (corn): Other

     4,318

Apples

     4,861

Apples

     5,274

Maize (corn): Other

     5,018

Grapes: Fresh

       4,260

Apples

     3,838

Lemons: Fresh

     3,066

Lemons: Fresh

     3,869

Apples

     4,981

Pears

       1,853

Lemons: Fresh

     2,470

Pears

     2,062

Maize (corn): Other

     3,844

Lemons: Fresh

     3,882

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mining Products – Imports

 

Top 5 mining products SA imported from the world over the past 5 years

SA top 5 mining imports from the world

2013

SA top 5 mining imports from the world

2014

SA top 5 mining imports from the world

2015

SA top 5 mining imports from the world

2016

SA top 5 mining imports from the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Precious metal ores and concentrates: Other

1,363

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Other coal

1,140

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Other coal

1,221

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Other coal

1,396

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Other coal

2,320

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Other coal

1,014

Portland cement: Other

827

Nickel ores and concentrates

736

Nickel ores and concentrates

1,367

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

1,610

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Agglomerated

669

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Agglomerated

684

Portland cement: Other

509

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

408

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Agglomerated

650

Portland cement: Other

628

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

592

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Agglomerated

469

Natural magnesium carbonate (magnesite); fused magnesia; dead-burned (sintered) magnesia, whether or not containing small quantities of other oxides added before sintering; other magnesium oxide, whether or not pure: Other

315

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Other coal

609

Zinc ores and concentrates

592

Cobalt ores and concentrates

320

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

467

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

303

Sulphur of all kinds (excluding sublimed sulphur, precipitated sulphur and colloidal sulphur)

372

 

 

 

 

Mining Products – Exports

 

Top 5 mining products SA exported to the world over the past 5 years

SA top 5 Mining exports to the world

2013

SA top 5 Mining exports to the world

2014

SA top 5 Mining exports to the world

2015

SA top 5 Mining exports to the world

2016

SA top 5 Mining exports to the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Non-monetary: Other semi-manufactured forms (Gold)

65,899

Non-monetary: Other semi-manufactured forms (Gold)

62,654

Non-monetary: Other semi-manufactured forms (Gold)

67,663

Non-monetary: Other semi-manufactured forms (Gold)

67,355

Non-monetary: Other semi-manufactured forms (Gold)

66,411

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Agglomerated

41,221

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Agglomerated

28,508

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Agglomerated

23,624

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

26,924

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

30,330

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Non-agglomerated

16,317

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

20,159

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

21,642

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Agglomerated

19,992

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Agglomerated

25,543

Coal, whether or not pulverised, but not agglomerated: Bituminous coal

15,020

Iron ores and concentrates (excluding roasted iron pyrites): Non-agglomerated

14,776

Platinum: Unwrought or in powder form

11,310

Manganese ores and concentrates, including ferruginous manganese ores and concentrates with a manganese content of 20 per cent or more, calculated on the dry mass

12,534

Manganese ores and concentrates, including ferruginous manganese ores and concentrates with a manganese content of 20 per cent or more, calculated on the dry mass

17,016

Platinum: Other

12,743

Manganese ores and concentrates, including ferruginous manganese ores and concentrates with a manganese content of 20 per cent or more, calculated on the dry mass

8,065

Chromium ores and concentrates

9,839

Chromium ores and concentrates

11,574

Chromium ores and concentrates

15,171

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manufactured Products –Imports

 

Top 5 manufactured products SA imported from the world over the past 5 years

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2014

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, crude

142,050

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, crude

175,840

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, crude

98,451

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, crude

96,078

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, crude

85,531

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals (excluding crude);

42,457

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals (excluding crude);

44,758

Original equipment components: for motor cars (including station wagons) of heading 87.03 (excluding tyres)

43,490

Original equipment components: for motor cars (including station wagons) of heading 87.03 (excluding tyres)

45,165

Original equipment components: for motor cars (including station wagons) of heading 87.03 (excluding tyres)

46,676

Original equipment components: for motor cars (including station wagons) of heading 87.03 (excluding tyres)

28,762

Original equipment components: for motor cars (including station wagons) of heading 87.03 (excluding tyres)

34,346

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals (excluding crude);

38,202

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles for the transport of goods of heading 87.04, of a vehicle mass not exceeding 2 000 kg or of a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg, or of a mass not exceeding 1 600 kg or of a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg per chassis fitted with a cab (excluding dumpers designed for off-highway use, shuttle cars and low construction flame-proof vehicles, for use in underground mines and off-the-road logging trucks; excluding tyres)

27,070

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals (excluding crude);

37,222

Telephones for cellular networks or for other wireless networks: Designed for use when carried in the hand or on the person

20,823

Telephones for cellular networks or for other wireless networks: Designed for use when carried in the hand or on the person

21,280

Telephones for cellular networks or for other wireless networks: Designed for use when carried in the hand or on the person

21,286

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals (excluding crude);

23,355

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles for the transport of goods of heading 87.04, of a vehicle mass not exceeding 2 000 kg or of a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg, or of a mass not exceeding 1 600 kg or of a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg per chassis fitted with a cab (excluding dumpers designed for off-highway use, shuttle cars and low construction flame-proof vehicles, for use in underground mines and off-the-road logging trucks; excluding tyres)

26,442

Motor cars of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³: other

18,658

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles for the transport of goods of heading 87.04, of a vehicle mass not exceeding 2 000 kg or of a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg, or of a mass not exceeding 1 600 kg or of a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg per chassis fitted with a cab (excluding dumpers designed for off-highway use, shuttle cars and low construction flame-proof vehicles, for use in underground mines and off-the-road logging trucks; excluding tyres)

17,955

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles for the transport of goods of heading 87.04, of a vehicle mass not exceeding 2 000 kg or of a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg, or of a mass not exceeding 1 600 kg or of a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg per chassis fitted with a cab (excluding dumpers designed for off-highway use, shuttle cars and low construction flame-proof vehicles, for use in underground mines and off-the-road logging trucks; excluding tyres)

19,886

Machines for the reception, conversion and transmission or regeneration of voice, images or other data, including switching and routing apparatus: other

19,696

Machines for the reception, conversion and transmission or regeneration of voice, images or other data, including switching and routing apparatus: other

20,459

 

 

 

 

Manufactured Products – Exports

 

Top 5 manufactured products SA exported to the world over the past 5 years

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the world

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the world

2014

SA top 5 Mining exports to the world

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the world

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³: Other

14,841

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³: Other

12,246

Ferro-chromium: Containing by mass more than 4 per cent of carbon

16,570

Ferro-chromium: Containing by mass more than 4 per cent of carbon

17,646

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³: Other

11,348

Ferro-chromium: Containing by mass more than 4 per cent of carbon

10,182

Ferro-chromium: Containing by mass more than 4 per cent of carbon

12,033

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³: Other

12,888

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³: Other

13,607

Ferro-chromium: Containing by mass more than 4 per cent of carbon

11,276

Catalytic converters of a kind used for motor vehicles

7,076

Catalytic converters of a kind used for motor vehicles

8,053

Catalytic converters of a kind used for motor vehicles

7,838

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³: Other

11,574

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³: Other

11,049

Distillate fuel, as defined in Additional Note 1(g)

4,590

Distillate fuel, as defined in Additional Note 1(g)

5,290

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³: Other

7,092

Catalytic converters of a kind used for motor vehicles

8,826

Catalytic converters of a kind used for motor vehicles

8,886

Palladium: Unwrought or in powder form

4,439

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³: Other

4,285

Vehicles of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³: Other

6,740

Other, double-cab, of a vehicle mass not exceeding 2 000 kg or a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg, or of a mass not exceeding 1 600 kg or a G.V.M. not exceeding 3 500 kg per chassis fitted with a cab

6,258

Palladium: Unwrought or in powder form

7,689

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other Manufactured – Imports

 

Top 5 other  manufactured products SA imported from the world over the past 5 years

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2014

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Tricycles, scooters, pedal cars and similar wheeled toys; dolls' carriages; dolls; other toys; reduced-size ("scale") models and similar recreational models, working or not; puzzles of all kinds: Other

1634

Tricycles, scooters, pedal cars and similar wheeled toys; dolls' carriages; dolls; other toys; reduced-size ("scale") models and similar recreational models, working or not; puzzles of all kinds: Other

1984

Tricycles, scooters, pedal cars and similar wheeled toys; dolls' carriages; dolls; other toys; reduced-size ("scale") models and similar recreational models, working or not; puzzles of all kinds: Other

2142

Tricycles, scooters, pedal cars and similar wheeled toys; dolls' carriages; dolls; other toys; reduced-size ("scale") models and similar recreational models, working or not; puzzles of all kinds: Other

2316

Tricycles, scooters, pedal cars and similar wheeled toys; dolls' carriages; dolls; other toys; reduced-size ("scale") models and similar recreational models, working or not; puzzles of all kinds: Other

2218

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

1040

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

1299

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

1284

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

1416

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

1483

Games of skill or chance

583

Games of skill or chance

831

Games of skill or chance

851

Games of skill or chance

939

Games of skill or chance

914

Articles and equipment for general physical exercise, gymnastics or athletics

477

Video games consoles and machines (excluding those of subheading 9504.30): Other

690

Articles and equipment for general physical exercise, gymnastics or athletics

669

Articles and equipment for general physical exercise, gymnastics or athletics

601

Articles and equipment for general physical exercise, gymnastics or athletics

626

Video games consoles and machines (excluding those of subheading 9504.30): Other

458

Articles and equipment for general physical exercise, gymnastics or athletics

569

Video games consoles and machines (excluding those of subheading 9504.30): Other

526

Video games consoles and machines (excluding those of subheading 9504.30): Other

561

Video games consoles and machines (excluding those of subheading 9504.30): Other

604

 

 

Other Manufactured - Exports

Top 5 other manufactured products SA exported to the world over the past 5 years

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the world

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the world

2014

SA top 5 Mining exports to the world

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the world

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the world

2017

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

R' million

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material:

200

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material:

259

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material:

312

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material:

377

Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

419

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Other

128

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Other

203

Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

279

Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

345

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material:

395

Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

107

Of paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres

201

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Other

207

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Other

250

Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies and similar articles, of any material: Other

206

Ink-pads

95

Games of skill or chance

124

Napkins for babies and similar articles of plastics or of other materials of headings 39.01 to 39.14

114

Napkins for babies and similar articles of plastics or of other materials of headings 39.01 to 39.14

150

Sanitary towels (pads), tampons and napkin liners for babies and similar articles of plastics or of other materials of heading 39.01 to 39.14

147

Articles and equipment for general physical exercise, gymnastics or athletics

82

Travelling circuses and travelling menageries

97

Sanitary towels (pads), tampons and napkin liners for babies and similar articles of plastics or of other materials of heading 39.01 to 39.14

112

Sanitary towels (pads), tampons and napkin liners for babies and similar articles of plastics or of other materials of heading 39.01 to 39.14

141

Napkins for babies and similar articles of plastics or of other materials of headings 39.01 to 39.14

141

23 August 2018 - NW2237

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Cachalia, Mr G K to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(a) How many times did the Steel Pricing Committee meet (i) in 2017 and (ii) since 1 January 2018, (b) can he provide Mr G K Y Cachalia with a list of who was present at each meeting and (c) what were the results in terms of price increases or price decreases from each meeting?

Reply:

a) The International Trade and Administration Commission (ITAC) Steel Committee was established in 2016 to monitor the impact of the primary steel tariff increases and evaluate the performance of the primary steel industry in terms of the commitments made for such tariff changes. (i) The committee met twice in 2017. (ii) The Committee has not met in 2018 and will only re-convene after September 2018 once new Commissioners have been appointed. The ITAC Act of 2002 requires that half the members of the Committee, be Commissioners and the current Commissioners’ terms of office end on 30 September 2018.

b) The attendees of the meetings in 2017 are given below.

03 March 2017

02 June 2017

Commissioners:

 

Ms. Tanya van Meelis

Ms. Boipuso Modise

 

Commissioners:

 

Ms. Tanya van Meelis

Ms. Boipuso Modise

Mr. Boikanyo Mokgatle

Mr. Henk Langehoven

Mr. Eitenne Vlok

Additional members:

 

Mr. Paolo Trinchero (SAISC)

Mr. Tafadzwa Chibanguza (SEIFSA)

Mr. Dean Subramanian (AMSA)

Mr Johann Nel (SAISI)

 

Additional members:

 

Mr. Paolo Trinchero (SAISC)

Mr. Tafadzwa Chibanguza (SEIFSA)

Mr. Dean Subramanian (AMSA)

Mr. Neels van Niekerk (ISF)

Mr. Mpheane lepaku (COSATU)

Mr. Marius Croucamp (Solidarity)

Invitees:

 

Dr Umeesha Naidoo (DTI)

Mr. Mohammed Vawda (EDD)

Invitees:

 

Dr Umeesha Naidoo (DTI)

Mr. Mohammed Vawda (EDD)

c) The pricing principles for flat steel produced by Arcelor Mittal South Africa (AMSA) is based on a signed agreement between AMSA and government. The agreement is based on an international basket price, on Hot Rolled Coil (HRC) as a base product, calculated using the domestic prices of steel in countries South Africa competes with in downstream steel intensive products. The price changes are influenced by movements in global prices, the exchange rate and global input costs. This basket is monitored by the the dti and ITAC and compliance with the basket is measured over 12 months. Compliance with the HRC basket price and AMSA’s monthly price adjustments for the period January 2017 to July 2018 is provided below:

Month

HRC Basket ($/ton)

AMSA Base HRC Price ($/ton)

17-Jan

627

638

17-Feb

656

633

17-Mar

643

646

17-Apr

650

660

17-May

630

630

17-Jun

632

642

17-Jul

625

673

17-Aug

641

650

17-Sep

674

672

17-Oct

669

692

17-Nov

668

680

17-Dec

684

679

2017 Average

650

658

18-Jan

718

658

18-Feb

759

723

18-Mar

790

783

18-Apr

799

814

18-May

780

805

18-Jun

768

811

18-Jul

764

827

 

23 August 2018 - NW2338

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

(a) What number of labour disputes are currently being faced by (i) his department and (ii) the entities reporting to him, (b) what is the cause of each dispute, (c) what is the nature of each dispute and (d) on what date was each dispute (i) reported and (ii) resolved;

Reply:

Department:

QUESTION 1(a)(i)

QUESTION 1(b)

QUESTION 1(c)

QUESTION 1(d)(i)

QUESTION 1(d)(ii)

13

1. The Applicant claims that he applied for a promotional post and was not shortlisted

Unfair Labour Practice: S186(2)(a) - Promotion

4/05/2018

Pending

 

2. The Applicant claims that he applied for a promotional post and was not shortlisted

Unfair Labour Practice: S186(2)(a) - Promotion

4/05/2018

Pending

 

3. The Applicant was subjected to an informal disciplinary enquiry and he was not satisfied with the sanction that issued to him.

Alleged unfair suspension or other disciplinary action short of dismissal

5/07/2018

Pending

 

4. The Applicant was dismissed after he was subjected to a formal disciplinary enquiry.

Alleged unfair dismissal

04/11/2016

Pending

 

5. The Applicant was subjected to an informal disciplinary enquiry and he was not satisfied with the sanction that issued to him.

Alleged unfair suspension or other disciplinary action short of dismissal

04/11/2016

Pending

 

6. The Applicant’s post was job evaluated and she is not happy with the outcome thereof.

Unfair Labour Practice: S186(2)(a) - Promotion

29/10/2017

Pending

 

7. The Applicant claims that she is entitled to a special performance bonus.

Unfair Labaour Practice : S186(2)(a) - Benefits

10/11/2017

Pending

 

8. The Applicant claims that he applied for a promotional post and was not shortlisted

Unfair Labour Practice: S186(2)(a)-Promotion

16/05/2018

Pending

 

9. The Applicant claims that her fixed term contract was not renewed and she deems it as an unfair dismissal.

Unfair dismissal / Non-renewal of a fixed term contract

14/6/2018

Pending

 

10. The Applicant claims that her fixed term contract was not renewed and she deems it as an unfair dismissal.

Unfair dismissal / Non-renewal of a fixed term contract

14/6/2018

Pending

 

11. The Applicant was dismissed after he was subjected to a formal disciplinary enquiry. The matter is currently at the Labour Court

Alleged Unfair Dismissal

18/11/2015

Pending

 

12. The Applicant was dismissed after he was subjected to a formal disciplinary enquiry. The matter is currently at the Labour Court

Alleged Unfair Dismissal

18/11/2015

Pending

 

13. The Applicant Absconded herself from the Public Services, in terms of Section 17(3)(a)(i). The matter is currently at the Labour Court

Section 17(3)(a)(i) dismissal

05/06/2017

Pending

Entity

(1)(a)(ii)

(1)(a)(ii) (b)

(1)(a)(ii)(c)

(1)(a)(ii)(d)(i)

(1)(a)(ii)d(ii)

Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC)

The CIPC currently has 8 labour disputes

Alleged unhappiness from employees

Unfair conduct relating to promotion (OSD)

19/11/2014

Pending

     

Unfair conduct relating to promotion

29/08/2017

01/02/2018

     

Unfair conduct relating to benefits

04/12/2017

Pending

     

Unfair Labour Practice relating to acting allowance

06/03/2018

Pending

     

Non-appointment to post

23/01/2018

Pending

     

Unfair labour practice relating to disciplinary action short of dismissal

14/06/2018

Pending

     

Interpretation / Application of Collective Agreement

28/06/2018

06/08/2018

     

Unilateral change to terms & conditions of employment

08/03/2018

Pending

Companies Tribunal (CT)

The CT does not have any labour disputes currently

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC)

The ECIC does not have any labour disputes currently

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Consumer Commission (NCC)

The NCC currently has 1 labour dispute

Intimidation

Refusal by Executive Manager to allow an employee to speak to an ex-employee who came to collect his personal belongings from the office

23/02/2018

It was investigated and witnesses were non-cooperative during investigation. The matter is finally set down for conciliation/hearing on 30/08/2018 within the NCC structures

National Consumer Tribunal (NCT)

The NCT does not have any labour disputes currently

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Credit Regulator (NCR)

The NCR currently has 4 labour disputes

Employee was charged with insubordination and violation of NCR policies

Employee referred the matter to the High Court instead of CCMA alleged unfair dismissal

01/2018

Awaiting court date

   

Employee was dismissed for assaulting fellow employee

Employee has referred the matter to the CCMA citing unfair dismissal

06/2017

No hearing date as yet

   

Dereliction of duties

Confidentiality breach. Employee was suspended pending investigation

Employee has referred the matter to the CCMA citing unfair suspension/

disciplinary action

08/2018

Hearing date is 30/08/2018

   

Non-payment of performance bonus to employee who is no longer employed by NCR

The employee has referred the matter to CCMA alleging unfair conduct

07/2018

Hearing date is 21/08/2018

National Empowerment Fund (NEF)

The NEF currently has 1 labour dispute

Dismissal was the cause of the dispute

Employee claims unfair dismissal and the matter is at the CCMA

10 July 2018

Not yet resolved

National Gambling Board (NGB)

The NGB does not have any labour disputes currently

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

National Lotteries Commission (NLC)

The NLC has 3 labour disputes currently

Salary Benchmarking

Interpretation & Application of Collective Agreement. LRA –Sec 24(2), [24(5)]

18/10/2017

Matter part-heard on the 28 & 29 May 2018 and postponed to 23 & 24 July 2018.

   

Failure to sign Employment Contract

Unfair Dismissal – LRA Sec 186(1)(a) - Termination of Contract with or without notice.

09/01/2018

Matter postponed affording parties an opportunity to settle the matter on their own. Arbitration set downs scheduled for 25 – 26/07/ 2018.

   

Termination of Contract

Unfair Labour Practice

LRA – Sec 186(1)(b)

28/09/2017

Matter heard on the 21st of June 2018 and both parties were ordered to submit written arguments on or before the 29th of June 2018

National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA)

The NMISA currently has 1 labour dispute

NMISA Remuneration Policy states that in cases where an employee‘s current pay is above the maximum, there will not be a reduction in salary, but the salary will be managed over time to be within the applicable salary scale. One employee whose salary would have been above the maximum of his job level was not satisfied with a reduced cost-of-living adjustment percentage he received in 2017

The employee was still not satisfied after the internal processes were followed. The matter was subsequently referred to the CCMA alleging unfair labour practice.

18/04/2018

The matter is not yet resolved, NMISA is awaiting a date from the CCMA

National Regulator For Compulsory Specifications (NRCS)

The NRCS currently has 5 labour disputes

Gross misconduct, Insolence and Intimidation

Gross misconduct, Insolence and Intimidation

06/04/2018

02/07/2018

   

Gross Misconduct

Gross Misconduct

03/07/2018

Awaiting arbitration date

   

Gross Misconduct

Gross Misconduct

0/03/2018

Disciplinary in progress

   

Gross Misconduct

Gross Misconduct

27/11/2017

02/07/2018

   

Gross Misconduct

Gross Misconduct

01/10/2016

Matter referred to Labour Court

South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)

The SABS does not have any labour disputes currently

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

South African National Accreditation System (SANAS)

The SANAS currently has 2 labour disputes

2018 Salary Increase Bargaining

  • Existing Majority Agreement not valid due to 2 above. Whilst the Union is sufficiently represented, it does not enjoy the Majority status as of March 2018.
  • The Labour Union was not in agreement with numbers relating to their membership and requested reconciliation to be sent to them which was done
  • On receipt of the numbers they responded with a demand that we continue with the negotiations disregarding the issue of the Majority Status which we were not in agreement with

08/08/2018

Matter is still in progress

   

Recouping of Monies Owed – No Work No Pay

Union Members went on strike for 7 days in 2017 and “no work no pay” principles were agreed on

04/06/2018

Matter is still in progress

(2) (a)(i) what number of employees have been dismissed by his department in the past five years and (ii) for what reason was each employee dismissed and (b)(i) what number of the specified employees were paid severance packages and (ii) what was the monetary value of each severance package?NW2515E

Department:

QUESTION 2(a)(i)

QUESTION 2(a)(ii)

QUESTION 2(b)(i)

QUESTION 2(b)(ii)

The Department dismissed sixteen (16) officials during the past five (5) financial years

1. Theft of Departmental funds

nil

nil

 

2. Non-compliance with the conflict of interest policy

   
 

3. Failure to disclose Information

   
 

4. Fraud

   
 

5. Abscondment in terms of S17(3)(a)(i)

   
 

6. Abscondment in terms of S17(3)(a)(i)

   
 

7. Abscondment in terms of S17(3)(a)(i)

   
 

8. Bribery and conflict of interest

   
 

9. Bribery and conflict of interest

   
 

10. Fraud and forgery

   
 

11. Misrepresentation and dishonesty

   
 

12. Abscondment in terms of S17(3)(a)(i)

   
 

13. Abscondment in terms of S17(3)(a)(i)

   
 

14. Fraud

   
 

15. Abscondment in terms of S17(3)(a)(i)

   
 

16. Abscondment in terms of S17(3)(a)(i)

   

"Except as explicitly state herein the Ministry: Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) does not express an opinion in respect of any factual representations. The opinion /memo provided  is limited to the matters stated in it and may not be relied on upon by any person outside the dti or used for any other purpose neither in its intent or existence. It must not be disclosed to any other person without prior written approval other than by law. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as limiting the rights of the dti to defend or oppose any claim or action against the dti."

23 August 2018 - NW2211

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Singh, Mr N to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry

Whether he has met with the Minister of Health and the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to further discuss the socio-economic benefits of the commercialisation of hemp farming in the country; if not, on what date will this discussion take place; if so, what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

No, I have not met with either the Minister of Health or the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to discuss the commercialisation of hemp.

However, the dti recognises the potential value to be derived from commercial value chains of Cannabis and related products. Thus it has undertaken research that seeks to understand, from an industrial policy perspective, the obstacles and opportunities for South Africa to become an active and innovative player in this growing market.

For the purposes of this research, opportunities and obstacles to develop industrial capacity and capability across the medicinal and related products will be considered. The focus will be to understand the obstacles and opportunities involved in: i) the cultivation of different strains of cannabis with specific THC and CBD composition; ii) the recovery of these compounds in the oil extraction process and iii) the beneficiation of THC and CBD through the production of medical products (using multiple delivery systems e.g. vapes, sprays, tablets, oils) as well as cosmetic and healthcare products such as balms, creams and tinctures.

The outcomes of this study will determine a way forward in terms of industrialising this sector in South Africa. Once the study has been concluded, I will engage the Ministers of Health and Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.

23 August 2018 - NW2273

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

(1)(a) What is the current status of the Centurion Aerospace Village (CAV), (b) what number of tenants are participating in the CAV and (c) on what date were contracts in this regard signed in each case; (2) what number of persons (a) are currently employed and (b) were employed at the CAV in (i) full-time and (ii) part-time employment in the 2017-18 financial year; (3) whether any cases relating to alleged corruption and/or maladministration at the CAV were opened since 1 January 2015; if so, what (a) are the relevant details and (b) is the status of each of the investigations into the specified cases; (4) whether any interactions have been undertaken by the CAV with the City of Tshwane (a) regarding the delivery of bulk infrastructure to the CAV and/or (b) seeking any form of assistance to complete construction of the CAV; if not, in each case, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case? NW2448E;

Reply:

1.  (a) The CAV has concluded bulk services agreements and related contributions with the City of Tshwane in line with the municipality requirements. The external electricity works has been constructed and commissioned to receive Township Establishment approval by the City of Tshwane. The balance of the bulk infrastructure is underway.

(b) Two (2) tenants are participating in the CAV.

(c) The contracts were signed on the 30th October 2017 and 19th September 2017.

2. (a) The CAV has 16 employees of which 3 are interns.

(b) In 2017-18 the CAV had (i)12 full time employees and (ii) 4 part-time employees.

3. (a) (b) The forensic audit report recommended that a criminal case be instituted against individuals and companies that were allegedly involved in fraudulent activities. In line with this recommendation, the dti instituted criminal charges and case was reported to the South African Police Services and the case number is CAS 647-12-2013.

(4) (a) The CAV was given “Special Project Status” by City of Tshwane (CoT) and the City Mayor has been a champion of the CAV development and personally pledged CoT support. This has already led to assistance in expediting approvals for CAV’s compliance with the approved Conditions of Township Establishment.

(b) The CoT has not provided any financial support at this stage as it does not currently have financial resources to assist the construction of the CAV.

23 August 2018 - NW1818

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Cassim, Mr Y to ask the Minister of Finance

(1)Whether (a) his spouse and/or (b) an adult family member accompanied him on any official international trip (i) in each of the past five financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (aa) is the name of the person(s), (bb) was the (aaa) purpose and (bbb) destination of the trip and (cc) was the (aaa) total cost and (bbb) detailed breakdown of the costs of the accompanying person(s) to the National Treasury; (2) whether each of the specified trips were approved by the President in terms of the provisions of Section 1, Annexure A of the Ministerial Handbook; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) (a) Yes.

(1) (a) (i) (aa), (bb) (aaa) (bbb), (cc) (aaa) (bbb). Refer to attached table.

(1) (a) (ii) (aa), (bb) (aaa) (bbb), (cc) (aaa) (bbb). Refer to attached table.

(1) (b) No

(2) Yes, the President approves Ministers’ travel abroad. Ministers are allowed to travel with their spouses. Ministers exercise their discretion in this regard.

 

(1)(a)(i)

(1)(a)(i)(aa)

Name of person

(1)(a)(i)(bb)(aaa)

Purpose

(1)(a)(i)(bb)(bbb)

Destination

(1)(a)(i)(cc)(aaa)

Total Cost

(1)(a)(i)(cc)(bbb)

Detailed breakdown

1

2013/2014

V Gordhan

Accompany Minister to the IMF/WB Spring meetings as well as USA Road Shows

Washington D.C

R161 879.63

Air travel

2

 

V Gordhan

Accompany Minister to the RMB London working visit; Innova Brics; G20 Ministers meeting and IMF/WB Annual meetings

London and Washington D.C

R115 454.00

Air travel

3

2014/2015

V Gordhan

Accompany Minister to the Harvard-African Development bank Ministerial Forum on Health Finance

Washington D.C

R140 811.25

Air travel

4

 

LN Nene

Accompany Minister to the 2014 IMF/WB Annual Meeting and the JBE&RMB Emerging Markets Investor Conference

New York; Washington D.C and London

R126 569.14

Air travel

Daily Allowance

5

2015/2016

LN Nene

Accompany Minister to the 2014 IMF/WB Spring Meetings

Washington D.C

R105 454.05

Air travel

Daily Allowance

6

 

LN Nene

Accompany Minister to the 2015 IMF/World bank Annual Meeting

Lima and Peru

R208 639.44

Air travel

Daily Allowance

Incidental Cost

7

2016/2017

V Gordhan

Accompany Minister to the 2016 IMF / WB Spring meetings

Washington D.C

R83 648.23

Air travel

8

 

V Gordhan

Accompany Minister to the UK-FT Africa Summit; SA Tomorrow Conference and 2016 IMF / WB Annual meetings

London; New York and Washington D.C

R186 309.23

Air travel

9

2017/2018

N Gigaba

Accompany Minister to the International Investor Road show

Washington D.C and New York

R145 168.72

Air travel

Daily Allowance

10

 

N Gigaba

Accompany Minister to the BRICS Conference and Central Bank Governors meeting

Shanghai

R204 041.36

Air travel

Daily Allowance

13

 

N Gigaba

Accompany Minister to the Fifth Annual South Africa Tomorrow Conference

New York

R122 773.29

Air travel

14

 

N Gigaba

Accompany Minister on the Asian Non-deal Roadshow

Tokyo; Beijing; Hong Kong & Singapore

R198 146.09

Air travel

Daily Allowance

Incidental Cost

 

(1)(a)(i)

(1)(a)(i)(aa)

Name of person

(1)(a)(i)(bb)(aaa)

Purpose

(1)(a)(i)(bb)(bbb)

Destination

(1)(a)(i)(cc)(aaa)

Total Cost

(1)(a)(i)(cc)(bbb)

Detailed breakdown

1

1 April 2018

LN Nene

Accompanying Minister to attend the 2018 IMF/WB Spring Meetings

Washington D.C

R123 427.61

Air travel

Daily allowance

Incidental Cost

22 August 2018 - NW1935

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

What (a) is the total number of incidents of sexual harassment that were reported to the human resources offices of (i) her department and (ii) entities reporting to her in (aa) 2016 and (bb) 2017 and (b) are the details of each incident that took place; (2) was each incident investigated; if not, why not in each case; if so, what were the outcomes of the investigation in each case?

Reply:

1. (a)(i)(aa),(bb) No official incidents of sexual harassment were reported to human resources within the Department.

(ii)(aa),(bb) Entities

  • Commission on Restitution of Land Rights: 0
  • Ingonyama Trust: 0
  • Office of the Valuer-General: 0

(b) Falls away.

2. Falls away

22 August 2018 - NW2161

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Energy

With reference to his reply to question 1363 on 23 May 2018, what percentage of shares in Main Street (RF) (Pty) Ltd, Ramizone (RF) (Pty) Ltd, Amstilinx (RF) (Pty) Ltd, Amstilite (RF) (Pty) Ltd are owned by BTSA Netherlands Cooperatie U.A, Ramizest and Friedshelf 1294 respectively?

Reply:

The shareholding of BTSA Netherlands Cooperatie U.A, Ramizest and Friedshelf 1294 are the same across all four projects. Refer to table below for detail per shareholder.

 

Company

Shareholders

Shareholding

Main Street (RF) (Pty) Ltd

BTSA

60%

 

Ramizest (on behalf of the Letsatsi Trust)

37.5%

 

Friedshelf 1294 (on behalf of the relevant Local Community Trust)

2.5%

Ramizone (RF) (Pty) Ltd

BTSA

60%

 

Ramizest (on behalf of the Letsatsi Trust)

37.5%

 

Friedshelf 1294 (on behalf of the relevant Local Community Trust)

2.5%

Amstilinx (RF) (Pty) Ltd

BTSA

60%

 

Ramizest (on behalf of the Letsatsi Trust)

37.5%

 

Friedshelf 1294 (on behalf of the relevant Local Community Trust)

2.5%

Amstilite (RF) (Pty) Ltd

BTSA

60%

 

Ramizest (on behalf of the Letsatsi Trust)

37.5%

 

Friedshelf 1294 (on behalf of the relevant Local Community Trust)

2.5%

20 August 2018 - NW2076

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

(1)      (a) What amount does each specified municipality (Ba-Phalaborwa LM, Giyani LM, Greater Letaba LM, Maruleng LM and Grater Tzaneen LM) owe to the Mopani District Municipality in Limpopo to date, (b) for what period has each debt been outstanding, (c) what are the reasons for non-payment and (d) what steps has the specified district municipality taken to collect the debt; (2) Will he and/or his department intervene; if not, why not; if so, (a) by what date and (b) how?

Reply:

The information was provided by the Mopani District Municipality

1. (a) The Mopani District Municipality has entered into agreements with its local municipalities (Ba-Phalaborwa LM, Greater Giyani LM, Greater Letaba LM, Greater Tzaneen LM and Maruleng LM) through which its locals are appointed to become water service providers on behalf of the district. As part of the agreement, it is the requirement that each local municipality provides the district on monthly basis, with a report outlining the revenue collected against the billing, expenditure and age analysis of the creditors and debtors for water. In terms of the signed agreements, it is mandatory of the locals to pay back the profit to the district if profits have been accumulated on the provision of water on behalf of the district, and if the locals have operated the water business at a loss, it becomes the responsibility of the district to repay the local municipality for the losses incurred. It is against the above context that only Ba- Phalaborwa owes Mopani district, as it is the only local municipality within the district that has operated the water provision business on profit, which resulted to a recorded debt R180 million.

Subsequently, the Mopani District Municipality has an outstanding debt to its four (4) locals within the district that are operating the water function at a loss and the breakdown is as follows:

  • Greater Tzaneen LM R179,6 million
  • Greater Letaba LM R55 million
  • Greater Giyani R27,6 million
  • Maruleng LM R23,4 million

b) The reported figures on outstanding debt are as at June 2017 and are reflected on the audited Annual Financial Statements of 2016/17 financial year. According to the municipality, the current and latest available debt amounts that are reported on the MFMA Section 71 reports are mostly disputed, incorrect, and unreliable and regarded as not a true reflection of the arrear debt.

c) The debt owed by and to the Mopani District Municipality is as a result of the following:

  • The local municipalities are having an agreement to provide or operate the provision of water and sanitation on behalf of the district. It is a requirement that in terms of the signed agreement between the district and its locals, the revenue collected and generated be transferred to the district. However, in most instances, the clause is not implemented.
  • The four local municipalities owed by the district are operating the water and sanitation services at a loss as the revenue they generated is less than the expenses they incurred, and as a result the district is expected to reimburse its locals.

The Ba-Phalaborwa Local Municipality has been operating the electricity function at a profit and the profit generated is expected to be surrendered to the district municipality on annual basis. However, this local municipality failed to surrender the profit, which has resulted on the outstanding debt.

d) Ba-Phalaborwa LM has signed and is honouring a payment agreement of R1. 7 million with the district municipality. The district uses the payment from the local municipality to repay its debt owed to the Water Board. The district is facilitating a process to write-off some of the outstanding debt of its local municipalities.

In terms of the project closeout report, it was identified that the root causes of non- payment of debt are as a result of the various shortfalls in the Service Level Agreement (SLA) between the district and its locals and the lack of implementation thereof. The district municipality is in the process of amending the SLA to improve the identified gaps.

2. The department has supported the Mopani District Municipality with a Simplified Revenue Plan in the 2016/17 to 2017/18 financial years. The simplified revenue plan’s objectives are to improve revenue management, reduce municipal consumer debt and protect municipal revenue. The department has also assisted the district municipality to determine cost reflective tariffs and recommended to the Mopani District Municipality not to charge the same tariff in all its five local municipalities, but to rather have tariffs that are determined in accordance with the circumstances of the different Water Service Providers (WSP).

The primary responsibility for water services provision rests with local government. In terms of Section 84 of the Municipal Structures Act, the responsibility for providing water services rests with the district and metropolitan municipalities. However, the Act allows the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs to authorise a local municipality to perform these functions or exercise these powers. The district (or authorised local) municipality is the water services authority as defined in the Water Services Act.

There can only be one water services authority in any specific area (that is, water services authority areas cannot overlap). The main duty of water services providers is to provide water services in accordance with the Constitution, the Water Services Act and the by-laws of the water services authority, and in terms of any specific conditions set by the water services authority in a contract.

Mopani District Municipality has entered into an agreement with Local Municipalities through which it appointed the Local Municipalities to become water services providers on its behalf. As part of the agreement, the Local Municipalities are to provide for the rendering of water services in an efficient, equitable, cost effective and sustainable manner. The WSP was obligated in terms of the agreement to submit on a monthly basis not later than the 10th of every month, a report outlining the revenue collected against the billing, expenditure per line item and the age analysis of the creditors and debtors for water.

Adherence to WSP Agreement

The local municipalities do not adhere to the WSP agreement, as a result, credibility of the financial reports from local municipalities is questionable. The cash collection reports as well as the expenditure allocated to water and sanitation activities lack credibility, which in the end, the amounts claimed by both the district and the local municipalities are mostly disputed.

Disputes by local municipalities on non-payment as per the signed WSP agreement

The local municipalities are indicating that Income and Expenditure for the water and sanitation services are running at a loss. The SLA requires the WSA to open a separate bank account for the water and sanitation services and the WSP must bank all cash received daily into this account and currently not happening and negatively affect the cash flow of the District Municipalities.

20 August 2018 - NW1249

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Labour

a) Which appointment were made by the Director- General of her department, Mr Lamati, in the past financial year, b) What are the names of the persons he employed? c) To which positions were the specified persons appointed? d) What are the details of their qualifications (a) what are their annual Salaries?

Reply:

a) (i) In line with the Executive Authority (Minister) to Head of department (DG) and also Head of department (DG) to other performer levels delegations in terms of Public Service Regulations and Public Service Act, the Director- General is delegated to make appointments at SR 13-14.

(ii) For the past financial year 2017/2018 the Director- General made 20 appointments at SR 13-14.

b) List attached annexure A

c) List attached Annexure A

​d) List attached Annexure A

 

 

20 August 2018 - NW241

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Health

What was the total number of doctors at each (a) hospital and (b) clinic (i) in (aa) 2000, (bb) 2005, (cc) 2010 and (dd) 2015 and (ii) as at 1 February 2018?

Reply:

(i) (aa) 2000 – No data available from PERSAL

(bb) 2005 – No data available from PERSAL

(cc) 2010 – Information indicated on Table (Annexure 1)

(dd) 2015 – Information indicated on Table (Annexure 1)

(ii) B2018 Information indicated on Table (Please note that some of the facility names are not the same every year)

END.

20 August 2018 - NW242

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Hlonyana, Mrs NKF to ask the Minister of Health

What was the total number of nurses at each (a) hospital and (b) clinic (i) in (aa) 2000, (bb) 2005, (cc) 2010 and (dd) 2015 and (ii) as at 1 February 2018?

Reply:

i) (aa) 2000 – No data available

(bb) 2005 – No data available

(cc) 2010 – Information indicated on Table (Annexure 1)

(dd) 2015 – Information indicated on Table (Annexure 1)

ii) 2018 Information indicated on Table (Please note that some of the facility names are not the same every year)

END.

20 August 2018 - NW244

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Health

What (a) is the number of non-governmental organisations that have been contracted by his department to provide health services, (b) is the name of each organisation and (c) number of persons is employed by each organisation, (d) purpose is each organisation contracted for and (e) is the monetary value of each contract in respect of each organisation in each province?

Reply:

Please refer to the table attached as Annexure 1.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW566

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Hlonyana, Mrs NKF to ask the Minister of Health

(a) What is the (i) name, (ii) location and (iii) patient capacity of each clinic that does not have a facility manager and (b) what is the reason for this in each case?

Reply:

a) (i), (ii) and (iii) Please refer to the attached Annexure

b) The vacancies in these clinics exist due to people that have left the service through natural attrition such as resignation, retirement, promotion and transfer.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW763

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Health

What are the ten leading causes for admission to a healthcare facility in the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality in the Free State in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

Please refer to the attached detailed Burden of Disease Profile for Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality for the period 2010 to 2015 by age and gender.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW1184

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Kopane, Ms SP to ask the Minister of Health

(a) What is the total number of (i) Linear Accelerator, (ii) orthovoltage machines and (iii) any other machine related to the treatment of cancer patients that each province possesses, (b) where is each machine located and (c) what is the total number of machines that are currently (i) in use, (ii) broken and (iii) not in use?

Reply:

Please refer to the Table on the attached Annexure 1.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW1558

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Health

What (a) is the (i) name and (ii) location of each clinic in the country that is not open 24hours and (b) are the opening times of each of the specified clinics?

Reply:

1. A summary sheet of clinic information is attached as Annexure A.

2. The detailed spreadsheets per Province are included in the CD enclosed.

3. Community health centres provide Primary Health Care service 24 hours, 7 days a week.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW2179

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Health

What is the total number of incubators that are available in each (a) clinic and/or (b) hospital in the country?

Reply:

Please refer to the attached Annexure 1 for details.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW1263

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Kopane, Ms SP to ask the Minister of Health

What number of persons in each province (a) were hospitalised and (b) died due to the consumption of contaminated foods in the past three financial years?

Reply:

The number of persons hospitalised and died per province is not available. We do however monitor specimens sent to the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) that test positive. The data for the past three years by province is shown in the table below.

Province

Number of Food-borne Positive Tests

Eastern Cape

1

1

3

Free State

4

1

4

Gauteng

4

7

3

KwaZulu Natal

20

9

10

Limpopo

0

3

1

Mpumalanga

0

3

0

North West

0

3

0

Northern Cape

0

0

0

Western Cape

2

0

5

END.

20 August 2018 - NW1852

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Hlonyana, Mrs NKF to ask the Minister of Human Settlements

What is the total number of persons who are on the waiting list for housing in each municipality?

Reply:

The National Department has developed and provided the ability of all Provinces and Municipalities to allow for residents to register onto the National Housing Needs Register (NHNR). The introduction of the NHNR was to provide support and assistance to Provinces and Municipalities in order to ensure that there is compliance with the principle of just and fair administrative action by the state in its process of allocation of funding and subsidies, as read with Section 26 of the Constitution. The Western Cape Provincial Department of Human Settlements does not utilise the NHNR. The information related to the Western Cape is imported in the NHNR on a quarterly basis, from a Provincial specific system.

The total number of households per municipality is presented as follows:
The information on the housing subsidy system (HSS) indicates the total number of households on the NHNR that have completed subsidy applications forms and these subsidy applications forms were captured on HSS against the relevant project.

The information on NHNR indicates the total number of households that have registered their need for adequate shelter. These households have not completed subsidy applications for allocation into a project.

Find here: Municipalities per Province

20 August 2018 - NW421

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Mathys, Ms L to ask the Minister of Health

(a) Why are mothers of newborn babies allegedly sleeping on bloodstained mattresses on the floor in overcrowded wards at Bophelong Hospital in the North West and (b) what steps will he take in this regard?

Reply:

a) Since the closure of the theatre in Lehurutshe Hospital due to upgrading, all caesarean sections are referred to the hospital previously known to be Bophelong Hospital (currently known as Mafikeng Provincial Hospital). The Hospital has since experienced patient overflow. The Hospital was initially called Bophelong Hospital as it was in the same grounds with a mental health hospital named as such, which was now moved to a new location. The remaining facility is now renamed Mahikeng.

Further, due to insufficient supply of linen savers as a result of insufficient budget, some mattresses were blood-stained during deliveries, however the institution has motivated for increase of supply to the section as the demand dictates.

b) The following measures have been put in place:

(i) Exension of the maternity ward into the obstetrics theatre to increase space to accommodate more patients;

(ii) Allocation of additional beds to replace floor beds;

(iii) Close monitoring of the project in Lehurutshe Hospital to accelerate completion of theatre.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW417

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Health

Whether he has been informed that incubators are broken in maternity Ward G at Tygerberg Hospital; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) why have the incubators not been fixed and (b) by what date will the incubators be fixed?

Reply:

a) It has not been procedure to inform the Minister of broken equipment in the facilities, however the incubators referred to were likely to have been incubators that were already due to be taken to the Tygerberg Hospital Clinical Engineering Department (CED) for assessment for damages and possible repairs or condemning. Necessary repairs if any, are effected, coordinated by the CED Department;

b) Recently in January 2018, a total of 30 brand-new incubators were purchased.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW2131

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Health

(1)(a) At what specific time was a certain person (name furnished) admitted to the Tambo Memorial Hospital and (b) why did nurses allegedly refuse to attend to the specified person on the morning of 30 January 2018; (2) (a) why were there no beds available in labour ward B that the person was admitted to, (b) why was no other bed found for the person in the hospital and (c) what is the protocol with regard to admitting patients to a ward where there are no beds available; (3) (a) at what specific time did a doctor examine the person, (b) for what number of hours did the person allegedly had to lie in her own fluids and (c) how often was the person attended to according to hospital records?

Reply:

1. (a) The patient arrived in the Accident and Emergency Department at 08h05. She was attended by the nursing staff and the Medical Officer from Accident and Emergency Department. After the initial assessment she was referred to the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department. A Senior Medical Officer from Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department assessed her on arrival to the ward at 10h05.

(b) Initially the patient presented herself to the Labour Ward. She was directed to the Accident and Emergency Department by the nursing staff as all patients with her condition are admitted to the Gynaecology ward via Accident and Emergency Department.

2. (a) and (b) The Gynaecology ward was full to its capacity at the time, therefore the patient was transferred to the Labour ward’s extension area. She was nursed in a room by herself to allow privacy.

(c) All patients are accommodated in a bed in the ward.

3. (a) The patient was first assessed by the Medical Officer in Accident and Emergency Department at 08h05. She was transferred to the Labour ward and was immediately examined by the Senior Medical Officer from Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department at 10h05.

(b) Answering this question will lead to disclosure of the diagnosis of this patient and I cannot do that.

(c) The patient stayed in the Labour ward from 10h00 to 23h00, where she delivered. During this time she was examined by the Medical Officer three (3) times. In between she was attended by the midwives. A consultation was also done by the consultant on call for that night. The doctor had numerous discussions/feedback sessions with the patient’s husband and the mother-in-law during the patient’s stay in the ward.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW1564

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Mente-Nqweniso, Ms NV to ask the Minister of Health

What is the total shortage of (a) nurses, (b) doctors and (c) dentists in the country?

Reply:

a) 18 053;

b) 2 253;

c) 154.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW1834

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James, Ms LV to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

(1) Whether (a) her spouse and/or (b) an adult family member accompanied her on any official international trip (i) in each of the past five financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (aa) is the name of the person(s), (bb) was the (aaa) purpose and (bbb) destination of the trip and (cc) was the (aaa) total cost and (bbb) detailed breakdown of the costs of the accompanying person(s) to her department; (2) whether each of the specified trips were approved by the President in terms of the provisions of Section 1, Annexure A of the Ministerial Handbook; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?”

Reply:

(1)(a) Minister Lindiwe Zulu has travelled with her spouse on several International trips in the past five years.

(1)(a)(aa) Mr Kgosietsile Itholeng.

(aaa) Accompanying the Minister on the official trips.

(1)(i)&(ii)

YEAR & DATE

(1)(bb)

(1)(cc)

 

(aaa) PURPOSE

(bbb) DESTINATION

(aaa) and (bbb)

TOTAL AND DETAILED BREAKDOWN OF THE COSTS

15 – 18 March 2015

To attend the Global Entrepreneurship Ministerial Congress

Milan, Italy

Air travel: R 52 381.39

Subsistence and Travel (S&T):

R 3 000.00

(1)(i)&(ii)

YEAR & DATE

(1)(bb)

(1)(cc)

 

(aaa) PURPOSE

(bbb) DESTINATION

(aaa) and (bbb)

TOTAL AND DETAILED BREAKDOWN OF THE COSTS

14 - 21 October 2015

To attend the 11th edition of the Women’s Forum Global Meeting on the Economy and Society

To attend The 11th South Africa – United Kingdom Bilateral Forum

Deauville, France and proceeded to

UK, London

Air travel: R148 000.00

Subsistence and Travel (S&T): R 9 033.00 (for both countries):

R 3 033.00 (France)

R 6 000.00 (London)

7 – 13 November 2015

Official Presidential visit to the Opening of the Youth Skills Development And Employment Symposium

To meet with Executives of the UNCTAD, ILO AND WIPO on SMME related matters

Berlin, Germany and proceeded to

Geneva, Switzerland

Air travel: R 86 000.00

Subsistence and Travel (S&T):

R 8 374.00 (for both countries):

R 3 291.00 (Germany)

R 5 083.00 (Switzerland)

10 – 18 October 2016

8th BRICS Summit, BRICS Ministers of Trade and BRICS Trade Fair

New Delhi and Goa, India

Air travel: R 64 383.00

Subsistence and Travel (S&T): R 6 500.00

(1)(b) No adult family member has accompanied the Minister to official international trips in the specified timeframe.

(2) All the official trips undertaken by the Minister were approved by the President in terms of the provisions of Section 1, Annexure A of the Ministerial Handbook guidelines regarding international travel

20 August 2018 - NW1995

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Labour

(1) Whether with regard to her reply to question 2165 on 28 October 2016, she will provide Mr M Waters with the full report; if not, why not; (2) what steps have been taken to ensure that the school adhered to the Asbestos Regulations; (3) have the (a) parents and (b) teachers and other workers at the school been informed of the non-compliance with the Asbestos Regulations; if not, why not; if so, on what date were they informed?

Reply:

Feedback from Chloorkop Primary School:

(1) Whether with regard to her reply to question 2165 on 28 October 2016, she will provide Mr M Waters with the full report; if not, why not;

Response:

A report can be made available to Mr Waters.

 

(2) what steps have been taken to ensure that the school adhered to the Asbestos Regulations;

Response:

The case was referred for prosecution. The Department is still waiting for a final outcome from the Department of Justice regarding the case.

(3) have the (a) parents and (b) teachers and other workers at the school been informed of the non-compliance with the Asbestos Regulations; if not, why not; if so, on what date were they informed? NW2154E

Response

The principal was made aware, and, as part of their health and safety policy such communication should be done through school internal structures.

 

Noordgesig Primary school

 

1995. Mr M Waters (DA) to ask the Minister of Labour:

(1) Whether with regard to her reply to question 2165 on 28 October 2016, she will provide Mr M Waters with the full report; if not, why not;

Response

A report is available if required.

 

(2) what steps have been taken to ensure that the school adhered to the Asbestos Regulations;

Response

The matter was then referred for prosecution.

 

(3) have the (a) parents and (b) teachers and other workers at the school been informed of the non-compliance with the Asbestos Regulations; if not, why not; if so, on what date were they informed? NW2154E

Response:

The meeting was urgently held between the School SGB, high ranking official’s from Department of Education and infrastructure on the 20 September 2016. The parents were refusing to accept the prohibition notice and asking the inspector to revoke the notice. It was during that meeting that all members were given information regarding the risk associated with asbestos.

Currently a notification was received from Zendasat (Pty) Ltd Reg No: RAC 2017/OHH/CI-173 relating to the removal and ethical disposal of asbestos-cement wall cladding and roof sheeting at the Noordgesig Primary School, Soweto is scheduled to commence on 18 July 2018 and be completed by 22 August 2018.

 

 

20 August 2018 - NW1951

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Mathys, Ms L to ask the Minister of Health

What number of wheelchairs are available at each provincial hospital in the country as at 1 January 2018?

Reply:

The tables below provides the details in this regard, as at 1 January 2018.

EASTERN CAPE

Hospital

Wheelchairs

MadzikaneKa Zulu District Hospital

2

ST Patricks Hospital

48

Taylor Bequest (Matatiele) District Hospital

0

Greenville Hospital

8

 Siphetu Hospital

0

Khotsong TB Hospital

0

Nompumelelo District Hospital

4

Butterworth District Hospital

36

Victoria District Hospital

24

Fort Beaufort Hospital

2

Tower Psychiatric Hospital

0

Bedford Hospital

0

Madwaleni District Hospital

124

Tafalofefe Hospital

0

Grey District Hospital

28

EmpilweniGompo

5

Bisho Hospital

18

Nkqubela TB Hospital

0

Cecilia Makiwane Regional Hospital

111

Frere Tertiary Hospital

0

All Saints District Hospital

3

Cofimvaba District Hospital

0

Elliot Hospital

9

Frontier Regional Hospital

122

Komani Psychiatric Hospital

0

Cradock District Hospital

9

Glen Grey District Hospital

0

Dordrecht FPAH

0

Sterkstroom Hospital

0

Uitenhage District Hospital

21

Llivingstone Tertiary Hospital

20

Dora Nginza Regional Hospital

89

PE Provincial Hospital

19

Motherwell CHC

13

Letticia Bam CHC

11

Orsmond TB Hospital

0

Jose Pearsons TB Hospital

0

Empilweni TB Hospital

0

Elizabeth Donkin psychiatric Hospital

0

Dr MalizoMpehle District Hospital

24

St Lucys Hospital

2

Holly Cross District Hospital

16

St Elizabeth Regional Hospital

31

St Barnabas District Hospital

40

Mthatha Regional Hospital

26

Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital

0

Zithulele District Hospital

148

Bedford orthopaedic hospital

22

Mthatha O&P centre

103

Aliwal North District Hospital

1

Burgesdorp Hospital

0

Empilisweni District Hospital

46

Mlamli hospital

0

Taylor Bequest(Mt Fletcher)District Hospital

13

Midlands District Hospital

6

Andriesvosloo District Hospital

2

Humansdorp District Hospital

0

Settlers District Hospital

0

Fort England Psychiatric

0

Temba TB

0

MajorieParishTB

0

Port Alfred

14

P.Z Meyer

2

FREE STATE

Hospital

Wheelchairs

FeziNgumbentombi District Hospital

35

Parys District Hospital

17

Tokollo District Hospital

15

Boitumelo Regional Hospital

149

Mafube District Hospital

23

Mohau District Hospital

22

Bongani Regional Hospital

32

Thusanong District Hospital

22

Orthotic/ProsheticServ Centre (Health)

5

Katleho District Hospital

8

Nala District Hospital

21

Botshabelo District Hospital

54

Dr JS Moroka District Hospital

0

National District Hospital

19

PelonomiTersiary Hospital

186

Universitas (C) Hospital

0

MUCPP CHC

76

Elizabeth Ross District Hospital

49

Phekolong District Hospital

39

Senorita Ntlabathi District Hospital

2

Thebe District Hospital

0

Dihlabeng Regional Hosp

0

Itemoheng District Hospital

40

MofumahadiManapoMopeli Region Hosp

18

Phuthuloha District Hospital

32

John Daniel Newberry District Hospital

26

Albert Nzula District Hospital

12

Diamant District Hospital

0

Embekweni District Hospital

0

Stoffel Coetzee District Hospital

0

GAUTENG

Hospital

Number of wheelchairs

BhekiMlangeni

20

Charlotte Maxeke

101

Chris Hani Bara

177

Edenvale

32

Helen Joseph

271

RahimaMoosa

17

South Rand

42

Bertha Gqowa

37

Far East Rand

72

Pholosong

120

Tambo Memorial

66

Tembisa

170

ThelleMogoerane

63

Heidelberg

23

Kopanong

2

Sebokeng

85

Bronkhorstspruit

16

Dr G Mukhari

168

Jubilee

31

Kalafong

111

Mamelodi

81

Odi

4

Steve Biko

142

Tshwane District

20

Tshwane Rehabilitation

131

Carletonville

13

Dr Y Dadoo

31

Leratong

92

KWAZULU-NATAL

Hospital

Wheelchairs

Addington Hospital

8

Amajuba District Municipality

46

Appelsbosch Hospital

23

Benedictine Hospital

44

Bethesda Hospital

16

Catherine Booth Hospital

10

Charles James TB Hospital

4

Charles Johnson Memorial Hospital

78

Christ the King Hospital

51

Church of Scotland Hospital

23

Clairwood Hospital

1

Don McKenzie TB Hospital

1

Dundee Hospital

27

East Griqualand and Usher Memorial Hospital

26

Edendale Hospital

83

Ekhombe Hospital

5

Emmaus Hospital

5

Eshowe Hospital

4

Estcourt Hospital

31

GJ Crooke's Hospital

12

Greytown Hospital

12

Hillcrest Hospital

2

Hlabisa Hospital

20

Itshelejuba Hospital

31

King Dinuzulu Hospital

24

King Edward VIII Hospital

3

KwaMagwaza Hospital

2

Ladysmith Hospital

45

Madadeni Hospital

21

Mahatma Gandhi Hospital

14

Manguzi Hospital

55

Mbongolwane Hospital

2

Montebello Hospital

2

Mosvold Hospital

21

Mseleni Hospital

29

Murchison Hospital

29

Newcastle Hospital

6

Ngwelezana Hospital

56

Niemeyer Memorial Hospital

11

Nkandla Hospital

27

Nkonjeni Hospital

22

Northdale Hospital

7

Osindisweni Hospital

5

Port Shepstone Hospital

21

Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital

36

Queen Nandi Regional Hospital

3

Rietvlei Hospital

23

RK Khan Hospital

13

Andrew's Hospital

8

Apollinaris Hospital

7

Stanger Hospital

41

Umgeni Waterfall Institute Hospital

22

Umphumulo Hospital

25

Untunjambili Hospital

7

Vryheid Hospital

30

LIMPOPO

Hospital

Number of wheelchairs

Tshilidzini

11

Hayani

0

Malamulele

0

Louis Trichardt

2

Elim

0

Musina

0

Siloam

15

Donald Fraser

3

MaphuthaMalatjie

14

Van Velden

12

Evuxakeni

0

Letaba

15

Kgapane

0

Nkhensani

7

Sekororo

0

CN Phathudi

5

FH Odendaal

6

George Masebe

19

Mokopane

22

Thabazimbi

0

Elisras

8

Witpoort

0

Warmbath

0

Voortrekker

27

Zebediela

0

Seshego

0

Helen Franz

0

Knobel

13

Lebowakgomo

5

Mankweng

1

Polokwane

10

Botlokwa

8

Thabamoopo

0

Philadelphia

0

Dilokong

0

Jane Furse

20

Groblersdal

6

Matlala

0

St Ritas

0

Mecklenberg

11

MPUMALANGA

Hospital

Wheelchairs

Witbank

97

Impungwe

0

Bernice Samuel

15

Middelburg

55

HA Grove

10

WatervalBoven

4

Kwamhlanga

0

Rob Ferreira

74

Themba

66

Amajuba

11

Bethal

15

Carolina

9

Ermelo

97

Embhuleni

0

Evander

26

Pit Retief

86

Standerton

31

NORTH WEST

Hospital

Wheelchairs

Klerksdorp/Tshepong

24

Christiana

48

Witrand

87

Job ShimankanaTabane

32

Potchefstroom

90

Mafikeng

27

Gelukspan

4

NORTHERN CAPE

Hospital

Wheelchairs

Kimberley Hospital

42

WESTERN CAPE

Hospital

Wheelchairs

Tygerberg Hospital

205

Groote Schuur Hospital

254

George Hospital

24

New Somerset West Hospital

53

Paarl Hospital

62

Red Cross Children’s Hospital

73

Worcester Hospital

50

Alexandra Hospital

20

Lentegeur Hospital

01

Valkenberg Hospital

10

Western Cape Rehabilitation Centre (WCRC)

661

END.

20 August 2018 - NW1684

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Thembekwayo, Dr S to ask the Minister of Health

What number of days has the CT scanner at Thembisa Provincial Tertiary Hospital been out of order?

Reply:

In 2017, for 74 days the CT Scanner was not functional.

In 2018, for 84 days the CT Scanner pump was not working.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW2130

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Health

(1)What was the cause of death of the twins who were born to a certain person (name furnished) at the Tambo Memorial Hospital; (2) what is the (a) optimal and (b) actual number of (i) doctors, (ii) nurses and (iii) other specified health professionals at the Tambo Memorial Hospital; (3) (a) what are the names of the health professionals who were in attendance while a certain person (name furnished) gave birth to her twin babies, (b) in which theatre did she give birth to her twins and (c) why were the twins not placed in an incubator; (4) whether he has taken any action against any of the specified health professionals for alleged malpractice; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (5) whether the medication Tramadol is unsafe to use during pregnancy; if so, what action is his department taking against the doctor who allegedly prescribed it to the specified person?

Reply:

1. The cause of death of the twins was extreme prematurity. The foetuses were not viable in terms of gestational age.

2. (a) and (b) (i) The actual number of doctors at the Tambo Memorial Maternity Complex:

  • 2 x Senior Medical Officers
  • 1 x Medical Intern
  • 1 x Consultant

(ii) The actual number of nurses at the Tambo Memorial Maternity Complex:

  • Day Duty
  1. 1 x Operational Managers (work until 16h00)
  2. 4 x Midwives (one is dedicated for caesarean sections)
  • Night Duty
  1. 4 x Midwives (one is dedicated for caesarean sections)

(iii) Other Clinical Support at Tambo Memorial Complex

  • Social Workers;
  • Psychologists;
  • Anaesthetic: Medical Officer and Consultant;
  • Paediatricians: Medical Officer and Consultant

3. (a) to (c) The patient delivered vaginally spontaneously and the twins died immediately after birth due to extreme prematurity.

4. No health professionals were found to have acted wrongly.

5. Tramadol is safe in pregnancy.

END.

20 August 2018 - NW2098

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises:

With reference to the R13,16 billion raised recently by Eskom to reduce its funding gap, (a) what amount did Eskom borrow from each local institution and (b) at what rate was each amount borrowed?

Reply:

Response according to the information received from Eskom

As at the end of April 2018 Eskom had secured approx. R13.6bn of the approved R72bn funding for 2018/19 financial year.

(a)

The names of the various lenders that provide funding are confidential as per the relevant facility/loan confidentiality clauses.

Eskom can however provide a high level breakdown of the R13.6bn funding as follows

  • R9.8bn is from agreements with Development Financing Institutions; and
  • R3.8bn raised through various domestic instruments issued to several different investors and financial intermediaries, under the Eskom Domestic Medium Term Note Programme.

(b)

The rates (cost of funding) were market related (refer to the yields quoted on the JSE for Eskom bonds) and comparative with Eskom’s overall cost of funding.

17 August 2018 - NW2133

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)With reference to (a) his department and (b) all the entities reporting to him, (i) what number of legal matters have been dealt with in each of the past three financial years and (ii) what are the details of the specified matters in each case; (2) With regard to the matters that were initiated by his department and/or entities reporting to him and another party, on what date was each matter launched and concluded in each instance; (3) (a) What number of matters are still outstanding, (b) what are the relevant details of the matters and (c) why are they still outstanding in each case; (4) What amount has been (a) budgeted in respect of each financial year and (b) spent on each matter in each financial year?

Reply:

REPLY : 1 (a) (i)

2015/2016 (11 matters)

2016/2017 (19 matters)

2017/2018 (12 matters)

1(a)(ii) Details of the specified matters in each case

 

MATTERS

DETAILS

15/16

16/17

17/18

DOT/Bowman/Ngidi and Morar

Proceedings to recover amounts paid to consultants without following procurement procedures

x

x

x

Tasima/ DOT, RTMC

Application by Tasima to enforce court orders, DOT and RTMC brought counter application to declare 2010 contract extension unlawful

x

x

x

Prodiba/DOT

Counter application by DOT to declare the 2010 contract extension unlawful

x

x

 

Central African Road Services / Minister of Transport and CBRTA

Review application to set aside the promulgations of the 2014 permit tariffs

 

x

x

Road Freight Association / Minister of Transport and CBRTA

Review application to set aside the promulgations of the 2014 permit tariffs

 

x

x

Marine Enquiry Kingfisher

Marine court of enquiry on the sinking of the Kingfisher boat in Port Elizabeth leading to loss of lives

x

x

 

DOT/Hlabisa

Charges related to over payment made on provincial road maintenance grant. A final written warning was given.

x

x

 

DOT/Vilana

Charges related to breach of supply chain processes, misuse of authority, and his decision on the appointment of the service provider related to the investor conference. He opted to resign.

x

x

 

DOT/Thwala

Disciplinary proceedings on the unlawful extension of the eNatis contract. Found guilty and has brought a review application to the labour court

x

x

x

MEC for Transport KZN/ Transport Appeal Tribunal

Challenge of the decisions of the Transport Appeal Tribunal to set aside the decisions of the Provincial Regulatory Entity

x

x

 

JV Ndorum/ Minister of Transport, Finance, Defence, Transport Eastern Cape

Summons by JV Ndorum for payment of extra works conducted at the Mthatha Airport

x

x

x

City of Cape Town / SANRAL & Minister of Transport

Review application by the City of Cape Town on the approval of tolling of the N1/2 Winelands toll routes

x

x

 

Levers Mabaso/DOT

Application to set aside the process followed in appointing the Chief Director : Legal Services

x

x

x

Marine Enquiry Witbank

Marine Court of enquiry on the sinking of a boat at the Witbank Dam that led to loss of lives

 

x

x

Popo Molefe / PRASA & Minister of Transport

Application to set aside the decision of the Minister to dismiss the Board of PRASA

 

x

x

Jinja Outdoor Advertising / SANRAL & DOT

Application to set aside the decision of SANRAL to remove a bill board over the N1 highway

 

x

x

#Unite Behind and Equal Education / Minister of Transport and PRASA

Application to set aside the decision of the Minister to appoint an interim Board of PRASA

 

x

x

Selepe / DOT

 

Application to set aside the decision of the Minister not to confirm the probation period of Mr Selepe

 

x

x

African Harvest/ Regulating Committee

Application to challenge the fixing of tariff permits

 

x

 

African Harvest / Minister of Transport and ACSA

Application to compel the Minister of Transport and ACSA to purchase the shares of the Minority shareholders in ACSA

     

 

2. The matter of DOT against Bowman, Ngidi and Morar inc was instituted on 15 March 2016 and it has not been concluded as yet, as the court process is still underway.

3. (a) Six (6) matters are still outstanding

Matter

(b) Details

(c) Status

DOT/Bowman, Ngidi and Morar

Proceedings to recover amounts paid to consultants without following procurement procedures

The matter is still progressing

DOT/Thwala

Disciplinary proceedings on the unlawful extension of the eNatis contract. Found guilty and has brought a review application to the labour court

Awaiting hearing date

Selepe/DOT

Application to set aside the decision of the Minister not to confirm the probation period of Mr Selepe

Preparation of answering affidavits

African Harvest/Minister of Transport and ACSA

Application to compel the Minister of Transport and ACSA to purchase the shares of the Minority shareholders in ACSA

The matter is still progressing

#Unite Behind and Equal Education/Minister of Transport and PRASA

Application to set aside the decision of the Minister to appoint an interim Board of PRASA

The matter is still progressing

JV Ndorum

Summons by JV Ndorum for payment of extra works conducted at the Mthatha Airport

The matter is still progressing

 

4. (a) The following amounts were budgeted for each financial year

2015/2016 (R9 364,000.00)

2016/2017 (R9 500,000.00)

2017/2018 (R8 986,000.00)

(b) Total spent on each matter

Matter

2015/2016

2016/2017

2017/2018

DOT/ Bowman, Ngidi and Morar

R82, 560.00

 

R81, 795.00

Tasima/ DOT, RTMC

R6, 694, 560.56

R8, 510, 948.47

R922, 637.46

Prodiba/DOT

R102, 600.00

R37, 620.00

 

Marine Enquiry Kingfisher

R2, 293, 858.79

R82 000.00

 

DOT/Hlabisa

R141, 900.00

R137, 500.00

 

DOT/Vilana

R297, 225.00

R337, 325.25

 

DOT/Thwala

R755, 410.10

R1, 743, 883.60

R348, 700.00

MEC for Transport KZN/ Transport Appeal Tribunal

R232, 862.83

R673, 356. 26

 

JV Ndorum/ DOT, Finance, Defence, Transport Eastern Cape

R139, 878.00

R137, 500.00

R107, 217.00

City of Cape Town / SANRAL & DOT

R837, 501.00

R517, 389.00

 

Levers Mabaso/DOT

R56, 943.00

 

R96, 444.00

Marine Enquiry Witbank

 

R3, 640, 159.14

 

African Harvest / Minister of Transport and ACSA

 

R445, 657.00

R2, 427, 744.00

Popo Molefe / PRASA & Minister of Transport

 

R98 000.00

R588, 282.00

Jinja Outdoor Advertising / SANRAL & DOT

 

R86 782.50

 

#Unite Behind & Equal Education / Minister of Transport & PRASA

     

Selepe / DOT

 

R157, 263.00)

 

R273, 703.00

African Harvest/ Regulating Committee

   

R485, 469.00

Central African Road Services / Minister of Transport and CBRTA

R235, 367.00

R349, 483.79)

 

Road Freight Association / Minister of Transport and CBRTA

R124, 254.00

R87, 425.98)

 

 

Airports Company South Africa SOC Limited (ACSA)

(1) (a) Not Applicable to ACSA

(b)(i) In the past three financial years ACSA has dealt with 36 (Thirty Six) litigation matters.

(ii) Please see attached spreadsheet.

Please note that the current members of the legal team have only been with ACSA for a period of 1 year 3 months at most. This report is therefore limited to the matters which they have dealt with and those where information has been readily available. There could therefore be litigation matters which are not included herein due to the fact that there is no information that is available on these matters.

(2) Please see annexed spreadsheet.

(3) Please see annexed spreadsheet.

(4) (a) The amounts budgeted in respect of each financial year are as follows: -

2015/ 2016- R9 000,000

2016/2017- R11 000,000

2017/2018- R21 000,000

(b) The amounts spent on legal expenses for the past three financial years are as follows:

2015/2016- R 22 147 833

2016/ 2017- R 30 106 855

2017/ 2018 - R 46 646 308

The legal expenses for the financial year 2017/ 2018 also include the expenses on the debt collection matters which the legal department has taken over from FinOps.

Air Traffic and Navigation Services SOC Limited (ATNS)

  1. (i) Seven.

(ii) (a) ATNS / Ndlovu : Urgent Application for dismissal /Interdict of Internal Disciplinary Process.

  1. ATNS / Ndlovu : Review Application to interdict the disciplinary hearing and appointment of the Chairperson of the Hearing,
  2. ATNS/Motsogi : Review Application of the CCMA Arbitration ruling in relation to ATA theft of assessment papers,
  3. ATNS/Ndlovu : to review the decision of the board to remove Mr. Ndlovu as the Board Director of ATNS,
  4. ATNS/T Mofuledu : Fraud.
  5. ATNS/ S Khan Recovery/ Breach of training Contract.

(2) (a) ATNS / Ndlovu : Urgent Application for dismissal /Interdict of Internal Disciplinary Process : 2018.

  1. ATNS / Ndlovu : Review Application to interdict the disciplinary hearing and appointment of the Chairperson of the Hearing : 2018.
  2. ATNS/Motsogi : Review Application of the CCMA Arbitration ruling in relation to ATA theft of assessment papers : 2018.
  3. ATNS/Ndlovu : to review the decision of the board to remove Mr. Ndlovu as the Board Director of ATNS : 2018.
  4. ATNS/T Mofuledu : Fraud : 2015.
  5. ATNS/ S Khan Recovery/ Breach of training Contract : 2015.

(3) (a) Seven

(b) (c) - ATNS / Ndlovu: Urgent Application for dismissal /Interdict of Internal Disciplinary Process: 2018 : The Parties are currently exchanging pleadings. Once this is finalised, the matter may be set down for hearing. The matter was postponed on 26 April 2018 to provide the Applicant (Mr. Ndlovu) to file his responding Affidavit. He argued that he was unable to respond to the Affidavit. The disciplinary hearing has been finalised which led to the employee being dismissed and the termination letter was handed to him on 25 May 2018.

  • ATNS / Ndlovu : Review Application to interdict the disciplinary hearing and appointment of the Chairperson of the Hearing : 2018 : The Parties are currently exchanging pleadings. Once this is finalised, the matter may be set down for hearing.Notice of Intention to Oppose has been filed.
  • ATNS/Motsogi : Review Application of the CCMA Arbitration ruling in relation to ATA theft of assessment papers : 2018 : The Parties are currently exchanging pleadings. Once this is finalised, the matter may be set down for hearing. Notice of intention to oppose has been filed.
  • ATNS/Ndlovu : to review the decision of the board to remove Mr. Ndlovu as the Board Director of ATNS : 2018 : The Parties are currently exchanging pleadings. Once this is finalised, the matter may be set down for hearing.
  • ATNS/T Mofuledu : Fraud : 2015 : There is a criminal and civil charge against the defendant. On 10 March 2017 the defendant cannot be found at the last known address as a result he cannot be served. The defendant will only be served upon his arrest.
  • ATNS/ S Khan Recovery/ Breach of training Contract : 2015 : Matters has been settled in Court in the amount of R85000.00.

(4)(a) Financial Year Actual Budget

2017/18 3 247 189 5 000 000

2016/17 3 932 315 8 637 289

2015/16 7 979 519 6 950 000

(b) ATNS / Ndlovu: R312 115.20.

ATNS/ NDLOVU: R154 477.97.

ATNS / MOTSOGI: Not Yet Invoiced.

ATNS/ MOFULEDU: R27300.00 and R44 118.00.

ATNS/ S KHAN: R103 466.80.

South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA)

(1) (a) is not applicable. For questions (1) (b), (i) and (ii); (2); (3) (a), (b) and (c); (4) (a) and (b) please refer to ANNEXURE A: SACAA Response to National Assembly Question Number: 2133 by Mr M SF de Freitas (DA) on Legal Matters Instituted Against and by the SACAA.

Railway Safety Regulator (RSR)

  1. (i) Five legal matters have been dealt with by the RSR.

(ii) The details of the matters are as follow:

BMW vs RSR, 2015

The matter was a review application against the decision of the Board and RSR on the reduction of the permit validity period of the operators and lack of consultations with operators. The RSR defended the matter at the High Court and it was concluded in April 2017, with the order in favour of the RSR.

Sefora Kutumela vs RSR and Others, 2015

Review application by the applicant against an award of the CCMA confirming dismissal of the applicant by the RSR. Matter was lodged at the Labour Court. The matter appears to have been abandoned by the employee as it was never set down for review after the last court sitting in November 2015.

Gumede and others vs RSR, 2015

Litigation was initiated by the plaintiffs in a claim against the RSR for failure to vacate the premises rented in Bruma on time and effecting necessary reperations. The matter was settled out of court in April 2016.

Intengu Communications vs RSR, 2016

The complainant filed an arbitration complaint against the RSR claiming an amount of R505,030-27 for services rendered for the Women in Rail Conference which Intengu alleges they have performed. The RSR defended the matter at the arbitration proceedings and the complainant subsequently withdrew the dispute and the matter was settled between the parties in April 2018.

Transnet SOC Ltd vs RSR, 2016

Transnet lodged an urgent application against RSR following an unsuccessful permit application. The matter proceeded in court and the application by Transnet was dismissed.

  1. The RSR has not launched any legal matters against any party.
  1. All matters have been concluded. There is currently no active litigation against the RSR.
  1. The amount budgeted and spent for each financial year is as follow:
  1. Financial Year
  1. Amount budgeted
  1. Amount spent

2015/2016

R3,000,000-00

R699,767-50

2016/2017

R2,000,000-00

R1,105,089-00

2017/2018

R1,000,000-00

R717,143-00

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA)

  1. (i) The number of legal matters that have been dealt with in each of the financial years are:
  • 2015/16 – 25 matters
  • 2016/17 – 40 matters
  • 2017/18 – 52 matters

(ii) The matters listed below are matters in respect of which the counter party mentioned has ommenced legal proceedings either in court or through alternative dispute resolution, for example, arbitration proceedings. Note that this list exludes items where PRASA initiated legal matters.

   

Year

(ii) Details of matters

15/16

16/17

17/18

Prodigy Business Services

Claiming for alleged failure to pay for services rendered.

 

X

X

Bagale Consulting

Claiming for alleged failure to pay for services rendered during 2010.

X

X

X

Labour disputes,

Including mass dismissal dispute by National Transport Movement.

X

X

X

Rail & Road Assessing Services

Application was launched for dismissal of action.

X

X

X

Lenkwane Cleaning Services

For alleged breach of contract.

X

X

X

Proconse Consulting Engineers

For alleged failure to pay for services rendered.

X

X

X

Various insurance claims

For personal injuries

X

X

X

Bombardier Africa Alliance -

Delay claims allegedly occasioned by a change request and a NUMSA strike.

X

X

X

Algee Medics and Fire

For alleged failure to pay for services rendered.

X

X

X

Tiro Projects -

Claim for alleged failure to pay for professional services rendered.

X

X

X

ME Mlungisi.

Alleged unlawful arrest

X

X

X

National Force Security

For alleged unlawful cancellation of security contract.

X

X

X

Transportation and Traffic Technology Africa

For alleged failure to pay for professional services rendered.

X

X

X

Madisha & Associates -

Claim for alleged breach of contract.

X

X

X

Baran Projects SA -

Claim for alleged failure to pay for goods sold and delivered.

X

X

X

Koor Dindar Moti Quantity Services -

Claim for alleged failure to pay for services rendered / work performed.

X

X

X

The New Age -

Claim for alleged failure to pay for goods sold and delivered.

X

X

X

Sbahle Safety consultants

For alleged failure to pay for services rendered.

X

X

X

Be My Guest Trading

For alleged failure to pay for services rendered.

X

X

X

Rasakanya Builders CC -

Claim for alleged failure to pay for cleaning services rendered.

X

X

X

Business Pledge -

Claim for alleged failure to pay in terms of an agreement.

X

X

X

Phumelela Fleet Operations (Pty) Ltd -

Claim for alleged failure to pay services rendered, viz Vehicle Management Tracking System.

X

X

X

Enterprise Technology Solutions (Pty) Ltd -

Declaratory order setting aside cancellation of rental and loan of certain equipment agreement.

X

X

X

Siyaya Rail Solutions -

Claim for alleged failure to pay for professional services rendered.

X

X

X

Daveglen 371 (Pty) Ltd t/a Security International -

Claim in respect of Statutory increases determined by the Security Industry.

X

X

 

Siyaya db Consulting Engineers -

Claim for alleged failure to pay for services rendered.

 

X

X

EE Meishwine vs Autopax,

Claiming for loss of support.

 

X

X

Madisha & Associates CC -

Alleged early termination of contract.

 

X

X

Raamba Engineering Enterprises CC and JRACCE (PTY) LTD -

Subcontractor work

 

X

X

DBI -

Change in scope and budget.

 

X

X

MMQS-MACE (PTY) LTD -

Claim for work done

 

X

 

OTIS (PTY) LTD

Variation on contract.

 

X

 

VISION AFRICA as part of MMQS-MACE (PTY) LTD -

Alleged work done.

 

X

X

Pro-Serve Consulting -

Alleged work done.

 

X

X

Kamo Architects -

Alleged services rendered

 

X

 

Kamo Construction -

Alleged services rendered

 

X

 

Siyangena

interest.

 

X

X

Lebepe Quantity Surveyors -

Alleged services rendered

 

X

X

Brouwers Property Development cc –

Penalties

 

X

 

David Underwood/Sharpline Graphics -

Claim for breach of contract

   

X

Mtiya Dynamics -

Alleged services rendered

   

X

Tshepo Nkwana -

Unlawful deduction from pension fund payout

   

X

DC Worst Composite (PTY) LTD vs Tecuvert & PRASA -

Alleged services rendered

   

X

DC Worst Composite (PTY) LTD vs Baraka Eng & PRASA -

Alleged services rendered

   

X

DC Worst Composite (PTY)LTD vs Ecoan Eng & PRASA -

Alleged services rendered

 

-

X

Sebenza Shipping and Forwarding -

Alleged services rendered

   

X

Fabor Engineering Products (PTY) LTD -

Alleged services rendered

   

X

Nkambule and Associates -

Alleged services rendered

   

X

Superway Constructions vs PRASA -

Alleged services rendered

   

X

Theeunissen J  vs PRASA & others

Claim for injuries/unlawful arrest

   

X

Phaahlana Mahlako Investments -

Alleged services rendered

   

X

Boyisa Trading Enterprise -

Alleged services rendered

   

X

  1. Matters initiated by PRASA

Matter

Date launched

Status

Swifambo Rail Leasing

June 2016

In progress

Swifambo Rail Leasing – Appeal by Swifambo

June 2017

In progress

Siyangena Technologies

December 2015

In progress

Siyangena Technologies

March 2018

In progress

Compass Insurance

July 2015

In progress

Eastern Cape : Department of Health

January 2011

In progress

National Department of Public Works

April 2011

In progress

Arbour Town

February 2011

In progress

F Gastin

September 2016

In progress

J Phungula

December 2015

In progress

D Mthimkhulu

November 2015

In progress

M Mngomezulu

December 2016

In progress

Mazwe Financial Services

April 2016

In progress

Independent Development Corporation (IDC)

November 2016

In progress

  1. (a)There are twelve (12) matters outstanding where PRASA have initiated legal action:

Matter

(b) Detail

(c) Status

Swifambo Rail Leasing

In July 2017, the Local Division of the Gauteng High court ruled in favour of PRASA to set aside an agreement in the amount of R3.5 billion with Swifambo Rail Leasing for the sale and purchase locomotives dated 25 March 2013. PRASA had paid Swifambo an amount of R2.6 billion.

 

The matter has been taken on appeal. Awaiting date from Supreme Court of Appeal

Siyangena Technologies

Review of award of the tender and/or contract to supply and install ISAMS .

In progress

Compass Insurance

Claims against an insurer of a contractor in respect of the non-performance of contractor that has since been liquidated.

In progress

Eastern Cape : Department of Health

Claim for alleged failure to pay for Professional Services

In progress

National Department of Public Works

Claim for alleged failure to pay for Professional Services

In progress

Arbour Town

Claim for alleged failure to pay for Professional Services

In progress

F Gastin

Claim for monies paid where no services were rendered and the contract was irregular

Awaiting hearing date

J Phungula

Claim for payments made to an employee who was employed on the basis of misrepresentation

Awaiting trial date

D Mthimkhulu

Claim for payments made to an employee who was employed on the basis of misrepresentation

Awaiting trial date

M Mngomezulu

Claim for salaries paid when employee was absent without leave of absence..

Awaiting trial date

Mazwe Financial Services

Claim of monies erroneously paid in respect of unpaid loans advanced to employees

Assessing detail of quantum of claim

Independent Development Corporation (IDC)

Refusal to pay gurantee to PRASA on a contractor that failed to remedy breach of provisions.

Process to complete legal matters take time

  1. The matters in legal do not have an allocated budget per individual case. Spending on each case also requires detailed analysis as legal representatives deal with more than one matter. PRASA also has a number of law firms that represent the entitiy.

Legal Fees PRASA

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

  1. Budget

R36,099 million

R35 million

R36 million

  1. Spend

R69,643 million

R49,424 million

R60,874 million

 

Ports Regulator of South Africa (PRSA)

  1. (b) The Ports Regulator did not have any legal matters that were dealt with except for those under the Tribunal function which is one of its programmes.
  2. N/A
  3. N/A
  4. N/A

South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA)

In 2016/2017 SAMSA had a litigious matter -Patrick Eric Deale t/a Deale Attorneys v SAMSA Case No. 4290/2017- the claim was in respect unpaid legal fees. The matter was settled in the amount R35 677.44.

SAMSA currently has one pending litigious matter. S Gool v SAMSA sued out the Regional Court for Regional Division of Western Cape Case No.616/2018. The claim is for amounts allegedly owed to Mr Gool for work he did in respect of feasibility study. The amount being claimed R 280 000.00. The matter is outstanding.

(b) The Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA)

  1. 2015/16 - 7 Matters

(i) 2016/17 - 7 matters

(i) 2017/18 - 10 matters

(ii) details of the specified matters in each case

Financial Year 2015/16

Commencement date

Title of the Matter

Fact of the Matter

14 September 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Road Freight Association //Minister of Transport and C-BRTA

review application to review the legislative process followed with regard to promulgation of the 2014 Permit Tariffs

16 April 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Dermit O Brein // C-BRTA

Court Applicant claim for unlawful arrest.

10 September 2016

C-BRTA // Shavana Ni Vukosi Trading and Projects (PTY) LTD

Recovery of monies from a service provider that failed to deliver all the stationary that was ordered by the Agency.

10 June 2015

Florence Lebyane// C-BRTA

Claim for defamation of character, the applicant claims she was wrongfully accused, for stealing the amount of R1000-00.

25 June 2015

Manyatseng, Ficksburg, Borolelo-Trans Free State // C-BRTA

Review and setting aside of Regulatory Committee decision to issue cross-border permits to operate from South Africa to the Kingdom of Lesotho be reviewed and set aside.

16 January 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Muranga and Others// C-BRTA

Claim for breach of employment contract.

06 July 2015

RSA-Lesotho Cross–Border Route Corridor Committee//Minister of Transport and other

Declaring a directive invalid and setting it aside.

(ii) details of the specified matters in each case

Financial Year 2016/17

Commencement Date

Title of the Matter

Fact of the Matter

1 September 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Central African Road Services //Minister of Transport, C-BRTA

Review application to review the legislative process followed with regard to promulgation of the 2014 Permit Tariffs.

14 September 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Road Freight Association //Minister of Transport and C-BRTA

Review application to review the legislative process followed with regard to promulgation of the 2014 Permit Tariffs.

16 April 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Dermit O Brein // C-BRTA

Court Applicant claim for unlawful arrest.

10 September 2016

C-BRTA // Shavana Ni Vukosi Trading and Projects (PTY) LTD

Recovery of monies from a service provider that failed to deliver all the stationary that was ordered by the Agency.

10 June 2015

(carried over from previous financial year)

Florence Lebyane// C-BRTA

Claim for defamation of character, the applicant claims she was wrongfully accused, for stealing the amount of R1000-00.

25 June 2015

(carried over from previous financial year)

Manyatseng, Ficksburg, Borolelo-Trans Free State // C-BRTA

Review and setting aside of Regulatory Committee decision to issue cross-border permits to operate from South Africa to the Kingdom of Lesotho be reviewed and set aside.

16 January 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Muranga and Others// C-BRTA

Claim for breach of employment contract.

(ii) details of the specified matters in each case

Financial Year 2017/18

Commencement date

Title of the Matter

Fact of the Matter

8 April 2017

Jj Trauernicht // Cross Border Road Transport Agency-BRTA, Amos Lelope

The applicant in this matter was involved in an accident with an RTI officer. The applicant drove into the RTI office as he crossed the road.

14 September 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Central African Road Services //Minister of Transport, C-BRTA

Review application to review the legislative process followed with regard to promulgation of the 2014 Permit Tariffs.

16 April 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Road Freight Association //Minister of Transport and C-BRTA

Review application to review the legislative process followed with regard to promulgation of the 2014 Permit Tariffs.

16 April 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Dermit O Brein // C-BRTA

Court Applicant claim for unlawful arrest.

10 September 2016

(carried over from previous financial year)

C-BRTA // Shavana Ni Vukosi Trading and Projects (PTY) LTD

Recovery of monies from a service provider that failed to deliver all the stationary that was ordered by the Agency.

10 June 2015

(carried over from previous financial year)

Florence Lebyane// C-BRTA

Claim for defamation of character, the applicant claims she was wrongfully accused, for stealing the amount of R1000-00.

25 June 2015

(carried over from previous financial year)

Manyatseng, Ficksburg, Borolelo-Trans Free State // C-BRTA

Review and setting aside of Regulatory Committee decision to issue cross-border permits to operate from South Africa to the Kingdom of Lesotho be reviewed and set aside.

16 January 2014

(carried over from previous financial year)

Muranga and Others// C-BRTA

Claim for breach of employment contract.

5 April 2017

Reggie Williams and Other// C-BRTA

Illegality regarding the migration of the road transport inspectorate to RTMC.

6 November 2017

C-BRTA// National Cross Border Taxi Association and others

Urgent interdict to remove the protesting taxi association from at the Agencies premises and to prevent them from continuing or returning at a later date.

  1. The details of the matters initiated by the C-BRTA are in the table below :

Title of Matter

Launch Date

Date Concluded

C-BRTA//Shavana Ni Vukosi

10 September 2015

Pending

C-BRTA// National Cross Border Taxi Association and others

6 November 2017

6 November 2017

  1. (a) Seven (7) matters are outstanding.

(b) Title of the Matter

Fact of the Matter

(c) Reason outstanding

Jj Trauernicht // Cross Border Road Transport Agency-BRTA, Amos Lelope

The applicant in this matter was involved in an accident with an RTI officer. The applicant drove into the RTI office as he crossed the road.

Pending, dependent on court processes

Central African Road Services //Minister of Transport, C-BRTA

Review application to review the legislative process followed with regard to promulgation of the 2014 Permit Tariffs.

 

Road Freight Association //Minister of Transport and C-BRTA

Review application to review the legislative process followed with regard to promulgation of the 2014 Permit Tariffs.

 

Dermit O Brein // C-BRTA

Court Applicant claim for unlawful arrest.

 

C-BRTA // Shavana Ni Vukosi Trading And Projects(PTY) LTD

Recovery of monies from a service provider that failed to deliver all the stationary that was ordered by the Agency.

 

Florence Lebyane// C-BRTA

Claim for defamation of character, the applicant claims she was wrongfully accused, for stealing the amount of R1000-00.

 

Manyatseng, Ficksburg, Borolelo-Trans Free State // C-BRTA

Review and setting aside of Regulatory Committee decision to issue cross-border permits to operate from South Africa to the Kingdom of Lesotho be reviewed and set aside.

 
  1. (a) The following amounts were budgeted for in each of the financial years:
  • 2015/16 – R3,588,697
  • 2016/17 – R4,019,341
  • 2017/18 – R4,750,000
  1. Total spent on each matter is as per the table below:

No

Title of the Matter

2015/2016

(R)

2016/2017

(R)

2017/2018

(R)

1

Central African Road Services //Minister of Transport, C-BRTA

736,930

162,415

-

2

Road Freight Association //Minister of Transport and C-BRTA

623,554

42,806

315,385

3

Dermit O Brein // C-BRTA

-

-

-

4

C-BRTA // Shavana Ni Vukosi Trading And Projects (PTY) LTD

-

-

-

5

Florence Lebyane// C-BRTA

21,913

34,754

64,845

6

Manyatseng, Ficksburg, Borolelo-Trans Free State // C-BRTA

57,523

-

-

7

Jj Trauernicht // C-BRTA, Amos Lelope

-

-

167,922

8

RSA- Lesotho Cross –Border Route Corridor Committee//Minister of Transport and other

543,386

-

-

9

Muranga and Others// Cross Border Road Transport Agency

30,485

1,635

90,844

10

Reggie Williams and Other// Cross Border Road Transport Agency

-

-

-

11

C-BRTA// National Cross Border Taxi Association and others

-

-

36,385

  1. (b) The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)

(i) 5 Legal matters

(ii)

Details of the specified matter

Name of Litigation

Nature of Litigation

Fines for U & Another

Litigant seeking to review decisions taken by representation officers in terms of section 18 of the AARTO Act.

Edwards Matter

The Applicant in this matter requests the court to order the Agency and Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality (joined as the second respondent in the matter) to issue him with his driving licence and licence disk in respect of various vehicles under the circumstances where the Applicant has been served with an enforcement order.

Howard Dambovsky v Department of Transport and others

Mr Dembovsky has lodged this application to, amongst others; contest the constitutionality of some of the provisions in the AARTO Act as well as its Regulations. He alleges that those identified provisions of the Act contravene in the main, the right to a fair trial as enshrined in the Constitution. This application also seeks to request cancellation of all infringement notices in an instance where infringers have elected to be tried in court but have still not been served with summonses for a period over 18 months, as prescribed by the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Mpanza Matter

Review application of the AARTO divisions.

CANCOM

Review application of the AARTO divisions.

(2) Matter launched

Name of Litigation

Launched

Concluded

Fines for U & Another

2013

2017

Edwards Matter

2017

2017

Howard Dambovsky v Department of Transport and others

2016

Abandoned

CANCOM

2014

2016

(3) (a) 1

(b) Constitutionality of AARTO

(c) Matter Is still at the pleading stage.

(4)

 
  1. Budgeted
  1. Spent

2015/16

R 5 mil

R 800k

2016/17

R 5 mil

R 3.5 mil

2017/18

R 5 mil

R 3 mil

(b) The Road Traffic Management Corporation

(i) 2015/16 – 6 Matters

(i) 2016/17 - 3 matters

(i) 2017/18 - 4 matters

FINANCIAL YEARS

  1. MATTERS/ DETAIL

(2) MATTERS INITIATED

2015/2016

2016/2017

2017/2018

WAYMARK INFOTECH (PTY) LTD vs RTMC

  • Waymark appointed to develop and install an Enterprise Recourse Planning System (ERP).
  • Waymark instituted legal action against the RTMC in 2010 for the outstanding Contract price,
  • The RTMC successfully defended the matter as the Court ordered absolution of the instance because Waymark failed to proof their case.
  • 23 May 2014 Waymark again instituted legal action against the RTMC.

TIJGER VALLEI (PTY) LTD & OTHERS vs RTMC

  • Tijger Vallei 1 (Pty) Ltd, Carslwald Gardens (Pty) Ltd, Jamwa Beleggings (Pty) Ltd, Awaiz @ 5th Avenue Investments CC and Clifton Dunes Investments 166 (Pty) Ltd, issued summons to recover purported outstanding lease amounts.
  • RTMC defended the matter
  • The complainants abandoned claim
  • Matter Closed

CIVAIR vs RTMC

  • CIVAIR issued summon against the RTMC for payment of helicopter services rendered during April 2013.
  • The RTMC defended the matter
  • Parties Settled the matter out of court
  • Matter Closed

INTERCAPE FERREIRA INTERLINER vs RTMC

  • Intercape Ferreira Interliner issued summons against the RTMC, claiming that it suffered damages as a result of the operations of the NTPU and statement made by the erstwhile Acting CEO
  • RTMC defended that matter and file its plea
  • Complainant abandoned matter
  • Matter Closed

TASIMA (PTY) LYD VS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND THE RTMC

  • Tasima brought an urgent application to uphold and enforce, the terms of various extant court orders on the basis of contempt.
  • RTMC and the Department opposed the application and brought counter application to contest the unlawful extension of the agreement in 2010

PJ BADENHORST VS RTMC

  • The complainant issued summons against the RTMC for purported unlawful arrest.
  • RTMC opposed the action and filed its plea.
  • Complainant abandoned matter
  • Matter Closed

BLOEMFONTEIN SHOW VS RTMC

  • BloemfonteinShow organisers issued summons against the RTMC
  • Parties settled matter
  • Matter Closed

MAVUNGA vs RTMC

• The complainant issued summons against the RTMC for purported unlawful arrest.

• RTMC opposed the action and filed its plea.

• Litigation Ongoing

JPSA vs DEPARTMENT AND OTHERS

  • JPSA bring application to contest AARTO Procedure
  • RTMC Opposed the application
  • Plaintiff Abandoned Application
  • Matter Closed

All 2016/2017 matters excluding matters marked ‘Closed’

REKWELE CHAUFEUR DRIVE (PTY(LTD) vs RTMC

  • Rekwele issued summons to claim purported outstanding costs for rental of vehicles by the RTMC.
  • RTMC defended the matter and filed a special plea.
  • Litigation Ongoing

NKWATSI and 5 Others vs RTMC

  • The complainants issued summons against the RTMC for purported unlawful arrest.
  • RTMC opposed the action
  • Litigation Ongoing

PUTCOMAFANI VS RTMC

  • Service provider issued summons against the RTMC for breach of contract – Repudiation.
  • The RTMC defended the matter
  • Litigation Ongoing

TASIMA (PTY) LYD VS RTMC

  • Application to enforce Section 197 of Labour Relations Act
  • RTMC opposed application
  • Litigation Ongoing

Pre- 2015/2016

MOHLALENG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS PTY (LTD)

  • RTMC instituted legal action against Mohlaleng for the outstanding deposit as well as for all expenses the RTMC incurred as a result of the RTMC relocating offices from Silver Lakes
  • Mohlaleng defended matter
  • Litigation Ongoing

2015 / 2016

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND THE RTMC vs TASIMA

  • Department and RTMC bring counter application to the declare 2010 extention of Tasima Agreement Unlawfull
  • 30 April 2015

RTMC vs TASIMA

  • RTMC bring urgent application agianst Tasima to enforce Constitutional Court order of 9 November 2016
  • March 2017
  • Litigation Ongoing

2017/2018

RTMC vs TELKOM

  • RTMC bring Urgent Application to order Telkom to seize service suspension
  • 18 October 2017

RTMC vs TELKOM

  • RTMC bring Urgent Application to order Telkom to seize service suspension
  • 25 October 2017

(3)

MATTERS OUTSTANDING

DETAILS

REASON / STATUS

WAYMARK INFOTECH (PTY) LTD vs RTMC

• Waymark appointed to develop and install an Enterprise Recourse Planning System (ERP).

• Waymark instituted legal action against the RTMC in 2010 for the outstanding Contract price,

• The RTMC successfully defended the matter as the Court ordered absolution of the instance because Waymark failed to proof their case.

• 23 May 2014 Waymark again instituted legal action against the RTMC.

  • RTMC appeal to CC (Counter Claim)
  • Awaiting directions from CC
  • Litigation on-going

MOHLALENG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS PTY (LTD)

• RTMC instituted legal action against Mohlaleng for the outstanding deposit as well as for all expenses the RTMC incurred as a result of the RTMC relocating offices from Silver Lakes

• Mohlaleng defended matter

  • Set down for Trail - 19 February 2019
  • Litigation on-going

MAVUNGA vs RTMC

  • The complainant issued summons against the RTMC for purported unlawful arrest.
  • RTMC opposed the action and filed its plea.

• Litigation on-going

REKWELE CHAUFEUR DRIVE (PTY(LTD) vs RTMC

• Rekwele issued summons to claim purported outstanding costs for rental of vehicles by the RTMC.

• RTMC defended the matter and filed a special plea.

• Litigation on-going

NKWATSI and 5 Others vs RTMC

• The complainant issued summons against the RTMC for purported unlawful arrest.

• RTMC opposed the action and filed its exception and plea.

• Litigation on-going

PUTCOMAFANI VS RTMC

• Service provider issued summons against the RTMC for breach of contract – Repudiation.

• The RTMC defended the matter

• Litigation on-going

RTMC vs TELKOM

• RTMC bring Urgent Application to order Telkom to seize service suspension

• Telkom appealed final order

• Litigation on-going

RTMC vs TASIMA

    • RTMC bring urgent application agianst Tasima to enforce Constitutional Court order of 9 November 2016
  • Tasima Appealed to SCA and CC
  • Matter in CC 8 March 2018

• Awaiting CC judgement

TASIMA vs RTMC

• Application to enforce Section 197 of Labour Relations Act

• RTMC opposed application

• RTMC appealed to Labour Appeals Court (LAC)

• Awaiting LAC date

• Litigation on-going

(4)

FINANCIAL YEAR

BUDGET

MATTER

EXPENDITURE

2015/2016

R5 000 000 adjusted to R14 200 000

  • Waymark Infotech (PTY) LTD vs RTMC
  • TASIMA (PTY) LTD VS Department Of Transport and RTMC

R 90,820.62

R13 988,280.40

2016/2017

R5 500 000

  • Waymark Infotech (Pty) Ltd Vs RTMC
  • Mohlaleng Investment Holdings Pty LTD
  • Tasima (Pty) Lyd Vs Department Of Transport And The Rtmc
      • RTMC VS TELKOM
      • JPSA vs DEPARTMENT
  • PJ Badenhorst VS RTMC
  • Mavunga vs RTMC

R1 918 052.28

R70 090.80

R8 203 642.56

R166 405.20

R18973.39

2017/2018

R 5 700 000

  • Waymark Infotech (PTY) LTD vs RTMC
  • Mohlaleng Investment Holdings Pty (LTD)
  • TASIMA (PTY) LYD VS Department Of Transport and RTMC
  • RTMC vs TASIMA
  • TASIMA (PTY) LYD VS RTMC
  • RTMC vs TELKOM x2
  • NKWATSI and 5 Others vs RTMC
  • Rekwele Chaufeur Drive (PTY(LTD) vs RTMC
  • PUTCOMAFANI VS RTMC

R230 566.34

R5908.62

R7 508 686.91

R74530.49

R37128

(1) (b) The Road Accident Fund (RAF) dealt with 233 Legal matters in past 3 Financial Years excluding litigation matters under the RAF Act, No. 56 of 1996)

(i) 2015/16 - 80 Matters (53 Legal Unit and 27 Employee Relations Unit)

(i) 2016/17 - 67 matters (48 Legal Unit and 19 Employee Relations Unit)

(i) 2017/18 - 86 matters (54 Legal Unit; 29 Employee Relations Unit and 3 Corporate Secretariat)

No.

(ii) details of the specified matters in each case

 

Legal Unit

 

2015-16

1

L Dreyer brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

2

C Mounton brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

3

M Mahlatsi brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

4

Mithethe Trading Enterprise instituted an action in respect of alleged breach of contract.

5

Empower Financial Services (Pty) Ltd instituted an action in respect of alleged breach of contract.

6

M Kubjana & Others brought a legislative challenge in respect of Regulation 3 to the Act.

7

Consolidated matters: M Lingenfenlder, S du Toit, S Renken, E Taljaard, P Uys, J Du Preez, L Fulscher, J Renken, M Van Der Merwe, E Retief, W Du Preez, S Gresch brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 18(1)(a)(i), 18(1)(b) and 18(2) of the Act.

8

M Kubjana & Others brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

9

Consolidated matters: M Lingenfenlder, S du Toit, S Renken, E Taljaard, P Uys, J Du Preez, L Fulscher, J Renken, M Van Der Merwe, E Retief, W Du Preez, S Gresch brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections18(1)(a)(i), 18(1)(b) and 18(2) of the Act.

10

H Matidza instituted action claiming damages as per the judgement in his favour. The RAF appealed the judgement awarding punitive cost against the claims handler.

11

RAF instituted action to recover debt from MSMM Attorneys.

12

RAF instituted action to recover debt from TC Beea.

13

RAF instituted action to recover debt from Ke Yona Business Information Management Solutions.

14

C F Jeftha brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 19(g) and s 21 of the Act.

15

R & M Combrink brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

16

L Mlenga logded a dispute in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 in respect of access to file copies.

17

Towell & Groenewaldt Attorneys instituted action in relation to the RAF Supply Chain Management process.

18

C Degneer brought a legislative challenge in respect of section 50(1) of the Magistrates’ Court Act.

19

C Kgoale brought a legislative challenge in respect of section 50(1) of the Magistrates’ Court Act.

20

Mac Ndhlovu Attorneys instituted action in relation to the RAF supply chain management process

21

T & N Assessors instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

22

RAF instituted action against A Ramavhunga to recover debt.

23

RAF instituted action against Mashishi Attorneys to recover debt.

24

RAF instituted action against Meintjes Petzer Attorneys to recover debt.

25

L J Moeketsi brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

26

D De Jager, brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

27

J T Tshoba brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

28

Consolidated matters: MP Mangena,P T Motsena,A A Mbonana,H M Mahlangu,N J Mazibuko,J M Mashibini,F A Khuzwayo, M L Letsoalo, P M De Esclana, N Momberg, N Archary, G J Bothma, N Momberg (Snr), CJ Knight, M J Motloung, S Ngunyula, T J Masuku, R D Molefe, R Werner, A Swanepoel, E Fourie, M M Masenya, PN Majela, MM Madonsela, RE Fereira brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 & 5 to the Act.

29

N P Fakude and forty-six others brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1), 17(1A), 19(a), and 21 of the Act.

30

Y Chotia brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

31

Z G Magayiana brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

32

J N Khoza obo A Chabangu brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1), 17(1A), 19(a) and 21 of the Act.

33

M Katse brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1) and 17(4) (a)(c), and the regulations.

34

Zahwa

Entertainment instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

   
 

Legal Unit

 

2015-16

36

A R Fogwill

instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

37

King & Queen Tour instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

38

Mashishi & Meyers Assessor instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

39

Booyens Du Preez & Boshoff Inc instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

40

Caveonet Investments (Pty) Ltd t/a Becker & Mzimela Investigations instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

41

M T F Consultants (Pty) Ltd instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

42

B Mbalu brought a labour dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

43

N Oliphant lodged a dispute in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 in respect of access to records.

44

R Devchander obo V instituted an action claiming damages in relation to an alleged wrongful arrest.

45

G O Simelane instituted an action claiming damages in relation to an alleged wrongful arrest.

46

J M Moyo instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

47

M Gwebityala instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

48

M L Malebo v Searle Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

49

V Khumalo instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

50

M D Faes instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

51

M V Netshipale instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

52

HB Molefe Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

53

Brian Hitchings, NO obo S R Mlangeni instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

 

2016/17 Financial Year

1

RAF instituted action to recover debt from MSMM Attorneys.

2

RAF instituted action to recover debt from TC Beea.

3

RAF instituted action to recover debt from Ke Yona Business Information Management Solutions.

4

C F Jeftha brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 19(g) and 21 of the Act.

5

L Mlenga logded a dispute in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 in respect of access to file copies.

6

Towell & Groenewaldt Attorneys instituted action in relation to the RAF Supply Chain Management process.

7

C Degneer brought a legislative challenge in respect of section 50(1) of the Magistrates’ Court Act.

8

C Kgoale brought a legislative challenge in respect of section 50(1) of the Magistrates’ Court Act.

9

J S Thokoane & twenty others instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

10

T & N Assessors instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

11

RAF instituted action against A Ramavhunga to recover debt.

12

RAF instituted action against Mashishi Attorneys to recover debt.

13

RAF instituted action against Mabunda Attorneys to recover debt.

14

RAF instituted action against Meintjes Petzer Attorneys to recover debt.

15

L J Moeketsi brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

16

D De Jager, brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

17

J T Tshoba brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

18

Consolidated matters: MP Mangena,P T Motsena,A A Mbonana,H M Mahlangu,N J Mazibuko,J M Mashibini,F A Khuzwayo, M L Letsoalo, P M De Esclana, N Momberg, N Archary, G J Bothma, N Momberg (Snr), C J Knight, M J Motloung, S Ngunyula, T J Masuku, R D Molefe, R Werner, A Swanepoel, E Fourie, M M Masenya, PN Majela, MM Madonsela, RE Fereira brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 & 5 to the Act

19

N P Fakude and forty-six others and Thokoane & twenty others brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1), 17(1A), 19(a) and 21 of the Act.

20

Y Chotia brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

21

Z G Magayiana brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

22

G W De Waal brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

23

J N Khoza obo A Chabangu brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1), 17(1A), 19(a) and 21 of the Act

24

M Katse brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1) and 17(4) (a)(c), and the regulations.

28

Zahwa

Entertainment instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

26

W J Mkhonza & Associates

instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

27

A R Fogwill

instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

28

King & Queen Tour instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

29

Mashishi & Meyers Assessor instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

30

Booyens Du Preez & Boshoff Inc instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

31

Caveonet Investments (Pty) Ltd t/a Becker & Mzimela Investigations instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

32

M T F Consultants (Pty) Ltd instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

33

B Mbalu brought a labour dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

34

N Oliphant lodged a dispute in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 in respect of access to records

35

R Devchander obo V instituted an action claiming damages in relation to an alleged wrongful arrest.

36

G O Simelane instituted an action claiming damages in relation to an alleged wrongful arrest.

37

J M Moyo instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

38

M Gwebityala instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

39

M L Malebo v Searle Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

40

V Khumalo instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

41

M D Faes instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

42

M V Netshipale instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

43

HB Molefe Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

44

Brian Hitchings, NO obo S R Mlangeni instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

 

2017/18 Financial Year

1

Bokwa Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

2

Mohlala Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

3

F Schutte Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

4

L E Lopedi Ford brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17, 17(A) and 26 of the Act.

5

F Galant brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17, 17(A) and 26 of the Act.

6

M Venter brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1), 17(4)(a), (c), (A) and (B) of the Act.

7

Salani Marketing & Projects instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

8

Adv. N Krige instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

9

AN Jamotte instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

10

Askew Grindlay Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

11

L Grundling instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

12

TR &S Pillay instituted an action claiming damages in relation to an alleged wrongful arrest.

13

K Malao Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

14

TB Nsibande instituted an action claiming damages in relation to an alleged wrongful arrest.

15

Van Zyl Le Roux Inc & Grimbeek Van Rooyen Inc instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

16

N N Ndamse instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

17

Synko Projects (Pty) Ltd instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

18

JN Chiliza instituted action challenging the principle of litis contestatio.

19

Mac Ndhlovu Attorneys instituted a further action in relation to the RAF supply chain management process.

20

J S Thokoane & twenty others instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

21

T & N Assessors instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

22

RAF instituted action against A Ramavhunga to recover debt.

23

RAF V Mashishi Attorneys recovery of debt.

24

RAF instituted action against Mabunda Attorneys to recover debt.

25

L J Moeketsi brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

26

D De Jager, brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

27

J T Tshoba brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 2(3) to the Act.

 

Consolidated matters: M L Letsoalo, N Momberg, T J Masuku, M M Masenya brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 & 5 to the Act

28

N P Fakude and forty-six others and Thokoane & twenty others brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1), 17(1A), 19(a) and 21 of the Act.

29

Y Chotia brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

30

Z G Magayiana brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

31

G W De Waal brought a legislative challenge in respect of regulation 3 to the Act.

32

J N Khoza obo A Chabangu brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1), 17(1A), 19(a) and 21 of the Act.

33

M Katse brought a legislative challenge in respect of sections 17(1) and 17(4) (a)(c), and the regulations.

34

Zahwa

Entertainment instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

35

W J Mkhonza & Associates

instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

36

A R Fogwill

instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

37

King & Queen Tour instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

38

Mashishi & Meyers Assessor instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

39

Booyens Du Preez & Boshoff Inc instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

40

Caveonet Investments (Pty) Ltd t/a Becker & Mzimela Investigations instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

41

M T F Consultants (Pty) Ltd instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

42

B Mbalu brought a labour dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

43

N Oliphant lodged a dispute in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 in respect of access to records

44

R Devchander obo V instituted an action claiming damages in relation to an alleged wrongful arrest.

45

G O Simelane instituted an action claiming damages in relation to an alleged wrongful arrest.

46

J M Moyo instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

47

M Gwebityala instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

48

M L Malebo v Searle Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

49

V Khumalo instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

50

M D Faes instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

51

M V Netshipale instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

52

HB Molefe Attorneys instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

53

Brian Hitchings, NO obo S R Mlangeni instituted action claiming damages in relation to a contractual dispute.

 

Corporate Secretariat

 

2017/18 Financial Year

1

Dr. T Kommal initiated a governance dispute in respect of governance.

2

Dr. T Kommal initiated a governance dispute in respect of governance.

3

Dr. T Kommal initiated a governance dispute in respect of governance.

 

Employee Relation Unit

 

2015/16 Financial Year

1

C. Maswanganye instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of demotion.

2

Z. Nduneni instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of constructive dismissal.

3

L. Mashilo instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of benefits.

4

SATAWU on behalf of Mahlotja and three others instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion

5

SATAWU on behalf of five others instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of benefits.

6

SATAWU obo Noxolo Ntongolo instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

7

R. Johnson instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion.

8

D. Chelopo instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

9

D. Golele instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

10

M. Moseneke instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

11

SATAWU obo of S. Munsammy instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion.

12

L. Pillay instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion.

13

P. Motswiri instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of suspension.

14

D. Lekganyane instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

15

T. Mafanya instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

16

L. Myataza instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

17

P. Kgosiyadira instituted an unfair labour practise dispute in respect of benefits.

18

B. Mbalu instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of misconduct and incompatibility.

19

G Mahlangu instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

20

K. Maitisa instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of dismissal on misconduct and dishonesty.

21

W. Mokubyane

instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of Task Grading.

22

D. Mokolobate

instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of review of CCMA award.

23

P. Mathebula & B. Mankwane

instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of review of CCMA award.

24

Moseneke and other

instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of review of CCMA award on condonation.

25

 
 

2016/17 Financial Year

1

P Hlungwani instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of demotion.

2

D Maluleke instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of demotion.

3

SATAWU obo Ngwenyama and four others instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of benefits.

4

SATAWU obo Sabasa, Johanna and eight others instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of benefits.

5

M. Jozana instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of equal pay for equal work of value.

6

T Mazibuko instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of constructive dismissal.

7

A. Lenders instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of constructive dismissal

8

M Sibanyoni instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

9

R Mapumulo instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

10

SATAWU obo Mfanafuthi Dlamini instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

11

D. Creighton instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

12

T Magoro instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

13

T Magoro instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

14

S Gona instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion.

15

SATAWU on behalf of Mahlomotja and three others instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion.

16

Xolisa Mgqamqo instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

17

P. Ramdial instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of disciplinary action short of dismissal.

18

SATAWU obo L. Matodzi instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of constructive dismissal.

19

L. Peter instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

20

G. Qobeka instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

21

L. Peter instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

 

2017/18 Financial Year

1

A Mhlauli instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

2

SATAWU obo members instituted an unfair labour practice in respect of disciplinary action short of dismissal.

3

NUMSA obo members instituted a dispute in relation to a collective agreement.

4

NUMSA obo members instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of benefits.

5

J. Matimela instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of constructive dismissal.

6

N. Ntambi instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

7

L. Gxanashe instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

8

M. Mphupu instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

9

L. Moima instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

10

Z. Dangwana instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

11

A. Motsamai instituted an unfair labour practice in respect of disciplinary action demotion.

12

M. Seku instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of benefits.

13

B. Mkhwanazi instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion.

14

SATAWU obo Sebenzile Mlaza instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion.

15

R. Mokgoko instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of benefits.

16

P Ngwasheng instituted an unfair labour practice in respect of disciplinary action.

17

NUMSA instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of dispute of mutual interest.

18

M. Mushi instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of deduction.

19

Kalaivani Pillay instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of dispute of mutual interest.

20

SATAWU obo Farisan Nzumbululo instituted an

unfair labour practise in respect of disciplinary action.

21

SATAWU obo G Songezo instituted an unfair labour practise dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

22

SATAWU obo Nonjongo instituted an arbitration unfair dismissal.

23

NUMSA obo Gcanabana

instituted an unfair labour practise dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

24

L Majela brought instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of disciplinary action.

25

M Mabelebele instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion.

L Pretorius instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of disciplinary action.

26

 

27

L Boihang instituted an

unfair labour practise dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

28

Z Abrahams instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of promotion.

29

SATAWU obo Rathipa and nine others instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of disciplinary action.

30

L. Matodzi instituted an unfair labour practice dispute in respect of unfair dismissal.

SANRAL

Questions 1-3

Please refer to Annexure A attached to this letter. All matters which are highlighted in grey in the annexure, relates to both the High (referred to as Pilot 2 matters) and Magistrate (referred to as Pilot 1 matters) Court actions which Sanral has instituted for e-toll debt.

Question 4

Financial Years

Actual Budget

Actual Spent

2015/2016

R 5 135 400.00

R 27 584 699.53

2016/2017

R 25 362 588.00

R 22 729 860.24

2017/2018

R 23 743 988.00

R 26 430 688.81

17 August 2018 - NW1882

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

(1)What (a) is the total number of incidents of racism that were reported to the human resources offices in (i) his department and (ii) entities reporting to him in (aa) 2016 and (bb) 2017 and (b) are the details of each incident that took place; (2) was each incident investigated; if not, why not in each case; if so, what were the outcomes of the investigation in each case?

Reply:

(1) (a) (i) No incidents of racism were reported in the (i) Department and (ii) in the entities reporting to the Department in (aa) 2016 and (bb) 2017.

(2) N/A

Approved/Not Approved

Mr SG Mantashe

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2018

17 August 2018 - NW1355

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

Whether there are any (a) environmental and (b) human risks involved when explosives are being used for illegal mining next to the FNB Stadium; if so, (i) what are the risks and (ii) what is his department doing to address the risks?

Reply:

(a) No.

(b) There are significant human risks.

(i) There are significant human risks are that the illegal miners can get injured or killed from the blast, inhale noxious gases from the explosion which can lead to death; can cause underground fires. Some of the stolen explosives are sometimes also used in blasting Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs).

(ii) The Department is working together with the all law agencies including the Hawks to arrest and recommend for prosecutions of illegal miners and the syndicate leaders. There is also Gauteng Illegal Mining Stakeholder Forum which consists of SAPS, Crime Intelligence, State Security agency; Mining Companies; Organised Labour. The Mine Health and Safety Council is developing a new standard for sealing of shafts that will minimise the risk of being re-opened by illegal miners and less susceptible to environmental factors.

 

Approved/Not Approved

Mr SG Mantashe, MP

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2018

17 August 2018 - NW2026

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Masango, Ms B to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

(1)What are the details of the (a) number of accidents that vehicles owned by his department were involved (i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018, (b) cost for repairs in each case and (c)(i) number of and (ii) reasons for vehicles being written off in each case; (2) whether all vehicles owned by his department have tracking devices installed?

Reply:

(1) (a) (i) Vehicles owned by the Department of Mineral Resources have never had accident/s for the past three financial years.

(ii) None

(b) N/A

(c) (i) N/A

(ii) N/A

(2) All the vehicles owned by the Department of Mineral Resources are installed with tracking devices.

Approved/Not Approved

Mr SG Mantashe

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:- ……………/………………/2018

17 August 2018 - NW1282

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Jafta, Mr SM to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources

With reference to section 54 of the Mine Health and Safety Act, Act 29 of 1996, to what extent has he engaged all role-players in the mining sector concerning the perceived (a) opaque reasons often furnished by his department to close mines that seemingly have an adverse effect on the health and safety of employees and (b) attitude of employers with regard to work stoppages?

Reply:

a) The Minister has previously engaged with stakeholders in the Mining Industry Growth Development Employment Task Team (MIGDETT) on section 54. There were also further engagement in the Mine Health and Safety Council. These structures consists of organised labour (NUM, AMCU, UASA, and Solidarity) employers (Minerals council of South Africa, South African Mining Development Agency). Mining companies either individually or collectively also meet with the Minister on section 54 enforcement.

b) There are general 3 types of response from the mining companies:

  • Some mining companies accept the section 54 as being positive and adding value to management oversight to non-compliance to the Mine Health and Safety Act.
  • Second group thinks that a different enforcement measure should have applied like section 55 instead of section 54. This group will accept the section 54 instruction with reservations.
  • The last group is very antagonistic and challenges the decisions of the Inspector in the Labour Court for the section 54 to be varied or set aside. There are companies that have even sued the Department for loss of production after they were issued with a section 54 instruction.

Approved/Not Approved

Mr SG Mantashe, MP

Minister of Mineral Resources

Date Submitted:-……………/………………/2018

17 August 2018 - NW2146

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Paulsen, Mr N M to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether he has found that the new coal independent power producing plants will negate the Government’s plans to combat climate change; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

According to the information received from Eskom 

The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) has a National Climate Response White Policy Paper in place and has currently released the Climate Change Bill for public consultation. 

To ensure full alignment with the National Climate Change Response White Paper, Eskom has a climate change policy and a strategy in place in line with overall government policy. Eskom Climate Change Strategy provides an overview of Eskom’s initiatives in terms of the following: 

1. Adaptation to the adverse impacts of climate change;

2. Green and climate finance opportunities;

3. Innovation through research and development; 

4. Diversification of the energy mix to lower carbon technologies;

5. Energy efficiency; 

6. Advocacy and Partnerships at national and international levels on climate change response.

Lastly, the most effective way to reduce greenhouse gas emission from the electricity sector is to diversify the electricity supply. To date, all low carbon supply options determined through the IRP process have been allocated to Independent Power Producers by the Department of Energy. 

Given that coal-fired generation has a negative impact on greenhouse gas (viz. carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and methane) emissions, any addition of coal generation plant will negatively impact on climate change.

South Africa’s commitment to reduce these emissions was taken into account in the 2010 IRP by way of a cap on carbon emissions. It is expected that the new iteration of the IRP is cognisant of South Africa’s commitment to the Paris Agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Eskom has a plan in place to manage local air pollutants such as sulphur dioxide. This however is not a greenhouse gas and technologies such as the FGD technology only removes sulphur dioxide emissions. In the absence of end-of-pipe technology, there are little opportunities to reduce the carbon footprint of existing coal-fired power stations.

Currently, the most effective way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the electricity sector is to diversify the electricity supply away from coal towards lower-carbon technologies (nuclear, hydro, renewables and gas). Unfortunately, to date, all lower-carbon supply options determined through the IRP Planning process have been allocated to Independent Power Producers and not to Eskom.

In the absence of a low-carbon supply allocation, Eskom has proceeded with delivering demand management savings, the New Build programme (Medupi and Kusile power stations employ supercritical designs) as well as Ingula Pumped Storage Scheme.

Further initiatives include the roll out of photovoltaic (PV) plants to supplement generation at existing coal-fired power station sites, the construction and operation of Sere (100 MW windfarm) and many research initiatives, from an operating rural microgrid and smartgrid applications to wave energy to electric vehicle testing.

Eskom Transmission has also enabled the connection of over 3 000 MW renewable energy projects to the national grid.

In this respect, Eskom is well-prepared to manage the transition away from carbon intensive electricity production and participates extensively in Department of Environmental Affairs processes to report and limit future greenhouse gas emissions.

Further, Eskom has undertaken detailed studies with the CSIR on climate impact modelling in Southern Africa. This work will inform plans on how to prepare Eskom’s infrastructure and people for impending climate change and extreme weather events. The country’s (and by inference Eskom’s) vulnerability to climate change is cause for concern and we want to ensure we deal with this proactively.

It is critical that there is a “just transition” from carbon intensive electricity production. The transition should be able to address the pressing socio-economic challenges of poverty and inequality. The workers and communities, especially those in the sectors and areas that will be most affected, such as coal plants, coal mines and coal transportation will need alternatives to secure their well-being. Options such as re-skilling for new jobs and community based programmes are vital to ensure that those most vulnerable to the development are protected