Questions and Replies

06 November 2018 - NW2555

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Sport and Recreation

With regard to Athletics South Africa (ASA), (a) who was appointed as Team Leader for the South African team travelling to the (i} 2018 World Half Marathon Championships in Valencia, Spain, (ii} 2018 Junior and Youth Championships in London and (iii) 2016 Wor1d 1 00km Championships in Los Alcazares, Spain, (b) which ASA officials and/or representatives are required to travel on the same flights with the athletes selected to represent South Africa overseas, {c) in what circumstances would an ASA official and/or representative, other than the Head of Delegation, be authorised to travel separately from the athletes who form part of a South African team competing internationally and (d) what are the relevant details regarding why certain athletes forming part of the South African team which competed at the Wor1d Junior and Youth Championships in London were booked on a flight separate from the ASA officials and/or representatives tasked with managing the team?

Reply:

(a) who was appointed as Team Leader for the South African team travelling to the:

{i) 2018 Wor1d Half Marathon Championships in Valencia, Spain,

2. Mr James Moloi - Chairperson of ASA Road Running Commission.

{ii) 2018 Junior and Youth Championships in London and

3. There were no Youth or Junior Championships in London. The 2018 IMF World Junior Championships took place in Tampere, Finland

4. Mr John Mathane, President of AGN Athletics was the team Leader

(iii) 2016 World 100km Championships in Los Alcazares, Spain

2. Mr George Lamb - Chairperson of ASA Ultra-running Committee

(b) which ASA officials and/or representatives are required to travel on the same flights with the athletes selected to represent South Africa overseas,
2. In line with international standards all teams are accompanied by a Head Of Delegation, Manager for men, Manager for women, Team Coaches, Doctor and Physics. All Management is required to travel with the team. Depending on the size of the team, team management will be enlarged or reduced with a minimum of two management for practical and security reasons.

(c) in what circumstances would an ASA official and/or representative, other than the Head of Delegation, be authorised to travel separately from the athletes who form part of a South African team competing internationally and

2. All Management is required to travel with the team. Where teams travel in more than one flight the T earn Management is also split up to ensure that all team members are accompanied by Team Management. Team managements of teams are not separated by ASA. If due to extraordinary situations e.g. flight delays, custom hold-ups, etc special arrangements will be made on both the departure side and anival side to monitor the travelling of the affected athletes. Example - See travel report of Mr John Mathane below.

(d) what are the relevant details regarding why certain athletes forming part of the South African team which competed at the World Junior and Youth Championships in London were booked on a flight separate from the ASA officials and/or representatives tasked with managing the team?

3. The question is based on incorrect information. The 2017 IAAF World Youth Championships took place in Kenya. The 2018 IAAF World Junior Championships took place in Finland. The team flew via Istanbul to Tampere Finland and not via London.

4. See the report of travel arrangements of the Team Leader below:

1. FLIGHTS:


Our flights were booked by ASA Office at Turkish Airline TK 0043. We boarded our flight on the 07 July 2018 at 18:25 and arrived at 05:00 08 July 2018 safely at the Istanbul, International Airport and we were connected to from Istanbul, to Finland departed at 08:30 and arrives at 11:55 in Helsinki International Airport, upon our arrival in Helsinki the Physiotherapist could not find her passport at passport control to enter Finland. John Mathane stayed behind at the airport to assist her, and the rest of us took the 2 hour bus trip to Tampere. We were collected at 14:15 by Finland Federation Athletics delegates and travelled to Tampere city where we were accommodated at Hotel Holiday Inn for check in without any hassles. We return with Turkish Airline TK 004 We boarded our flight at 19:00 and arrived at Istanbul, at 22:25 then we connected at 01:35 to 0 R Tambo International Airport in South Africa at 10:25, we were warmly welcomed by the parents, family members and friends of the Athletes and band it was an exciting moment welcome the T earn to South Africa.

MS. T. XASA, MP

MINISTER OF SPORT AND RECREATION

DATE:

06 November 2018 - NW2697

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Sport and Recreation

What (a) is the total number of publicly accessible sports facilities in the country that are funded by her department, {b) is the location of each sport facility and (c) type of facility is it in each case? NW2989EREPLY (a) Since this parliament took a decision to ringfence R300 million from a Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG) to implement sport infrastructure projects identified by Department of Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA), in the first year of implementation, 2016/17 thirty (30) projects were allocated and 16 of those have reported completions and some have been officially opened already. Additional 34 and 30 projects were allocated in 2017/18 and current 2018/19 respectively, and all are at different stages of implementation, bringing a total a number of sport facilities funded by department to a cumulative of 94 so far. All these projects were identified by communities through IDP processes and funded by public funds, the MIG, for access and use by the public. None of them are for private use.(b) Recognising that delivery of local sport facilities is a Schedule 58 mandate of the Constitution of the Republic, the department works collaboratively with municipalities to identify projects sites where these must be built. All sites and locations where these facilities were built were identified by municipalities through their IDP public participation processes, and biasness has been towards areas or settlements of the poor households and this is also a fundamental condition of MIG, targeting the poor.( c) A separate list with the specifics will be provided if required but facilities that we have built so far are multifaceted and many include combi courts that accommodate sporting codes such as tennis, volleyball, basketball and netball, soccer fields, including one built in Astro turf in Setlagole in the Raltlou municipality in North West, athletic tracks, including those built with tartan rubber material in Free State and Eastern Cape and so on. All our facilities make provision for ablution facilities where they don't exist already, and these upon our instance must be friendly to people with disabilitiesMS. T. XASA, MP MINISTER OF SPORT AND RECREATION DATE:

Reply:

(a) Since this parliament took a decision to ringfence R300 million from a Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG) to implement sport infrastructure projects identified by Department of Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA), in the first year of implementation, 2016/17 thirty (30) projects were allocated and 16 of those have reported completions and some have been officially opened already. Additional 34 and 30 projects were allocated in 2017/18 and current 2018/19 respectively, and all are at different stages of implementation, bringing a total a number of sport facilities funded by department to a cumulative of 94 so far. All these projects were identified by communities through IDP processes and funded by public funds, the MIG, for access and use by the public. None of them are for private use.

(b) Recognising that delivery of local sport facilities is a Schedule 58 mandate of the Constitution of the Republic, the department works collaboratively with municipalities to identify projects sites where these must be built. All sites and locations where these facilities were built were identified by municipalities through their IDP public participation processes, and biasness has been towards areas or settlements of the poor households and this is also a fundamental condition of MIG, targeting the poor.

( c) A separate list with the specifics will be provided if required but facilities that we have built so far are multifaceted and many include combi courts that accommodate sporting codes such as tennis, volleyball, basketball and netball, soccer fields, including one built in Astro turf in Setlagole in the Raltlou municipality in North West, athletic tracks, including those built with tartan rubber material in Free State and Eastern Cape and so on. All our facilities make provision for ablution facilities where they don't exist already, and these upon our instance must be friendly to people with disabilities

MS. T. XASA, MP

MINISTER OF SPORT AND RECREATION

DATE:

06 November 2018 - NW2577

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Sport and Recreation

(1) (a) What Is the total number of deputy directors-general and chief directors that are employed In (aa) an acting and (bb) a permanent capacity In her department and (b) What is the total number of women in each case; (2) (a) What Is the total number of (i) chief executive officers and (ii) directors of each entity reporting to her and (b) what is the total number of women in each case?

Reply:


(1) (a) (i) one (1}

(ii) five (5)

(aa) none

(bb) three (3)


(b) (i) one {1)

(ii) one (1)

(aa) none

(bb) none


MS. T. XASA,MP

MINISTER OF SPORT AND RECREATION

DATE:

06 November 2018 - NW2698

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Sport and Recreation

How many golf courses are used by the South African Golf Association, and Women's Golf SA who are both partners of his department, {b) where is each golf course located, {c) what is the size of each golf course and {d) who owns each golf course? NW2990E

Reply:

{a) There are 455 golf courses of varying sizes - some of nine holes and some of 18 holes. Generally the 18 hole golf course is of around 7000 meters in length but the area of the course is not known. Most golf courses have holes parallel to each other so are somewhat condensed. These are smaller golf courses known as mashie courses and they would be in the region of 3500 metres in length but in the same format as the larger courses - i.e holes running parallel to each other but not restricted to that.

{b) These golf courses are throughout South Africa with all Provinces having golf courses varying in quantity.

(c) Golf RSA does not have precise information on the ownership of the golf courses but the majority, are municipal golf courses with the minority, by far, privately owned.

 

MINISTER OF SPORT AND RECREATION

DATE:

RECOMMENDATIONS

It is recommended that the Executive Authority approves the reply, should she concur with its contents.


MR. M.E. MOEMI
DIRECTOR-GENERAL
DATE; 02/11/2018

DECISION
Reply approved


MS.T.XASA,MP
MINISTER OF THE SPORT AND RECREATION
DATE:

05 November 2018 - NW2840

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Shinn, Ms MR to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

1. Whether, with reference to his reply to question 1509 on 4 June 2018, the Mondeor Post Office reopened in August 2018; if not, (a) why not and (b) by what date will the post office reopen; 2. What steps have been taken to secure the new premises of the specified post office from trespassers?

Reply:

I have been informed by SAPO as follows:

     

The Mondeor Post Office originally operated from a company-owned building along Columbine drive. It was, however, vacated approximately 15 years ago and relocated to a shopping centre.

During the tenancy at the shopping centre, the available space was reduced and the lease eventually terminated by the landlord. The company-owned building currently requires renovation for the Mondeor Post Office to be re-established, however due to budgetary constraints, this has not yet taken place. The Mondeor Post Office operations have been moved to the Southdale Post Office, approximately 5km from the Mondeor Post Office.

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Dr Siyabonga Cwele, MP

Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

Date:

05 November 2018 - NW2905

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Tshwaku, Mr M to ask the Minister of Health

What (a) is the size of Silvertown Clinic in Khayelitsha in the Western Cape and (b) number of (i) patients are seen in each month at the specified clinic and (ii) (aa) staff are on duty in each shift at the clinic and (bb) what are their designations in each case?

Reply:

  1. Silvertown clinic is 728 M2 with 8 consulting rooms;

(b) (i) The number of patients that are seen in each month is ± 2500;

(ii) (aa) There are 11 staff members that are on duty in each shift at the clinic;

(bb) The designations of the staff are as follows: four professional nurses, one enrolled nurse, one enrolled nursing assistant, two admin clerks, and three general workers.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2303

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Gqada, Ms T to ask the Minister of Public Works

(1) With regard to the property of his department, Erf 2, Birchleigh Agricultural Holdings situated in Kempton Park, what does his department intend to do with the piece of land; (2) what steps have been taken to remove the persons who are allegedly living illegally on the said piece of land?

Reply:

(1) and (2) The property in question is under the custodianship of the Gauteng Provincial Government, which falls under another sphere of Government. Therefore, the National Department of Public Works is not in a position to respond to the question by the Honourable Member. The Honourable Member can through colleagues at the provincial legislature have the question posed to the Member of the Executive Council (MEC) responsible for Infrastructure Development in the Gauteng Province.

05 November 2018 - NW2264

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Figg, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Public Works

(1)Whether the Government owns any properties in foreign territories; if so, (a) what is the total number of properties that are owned in foreign territories, (b) where is each property situated, (c) what is the value of each property, (d) what is each property used for and (e) what amount is spent on each property for maintenance; (2) (a) what number of the specified properties are currently unoccupied, (b) which properties are currently unoccupied, (c) how long has each property been unoccupied and (d) why are the properties unoccupied?

Reply:

REPLY:

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) is the custodian of State properties located abroad and accounts for them accordingly. It is therefore suggested that the Honourable Member redirect this question to the Minister for International Relations and Cooperation.

05 November 2018 - NW1342

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Kopane, Ms SP to ask the Minister of Health

What (a) is the total number of South African students who were sent to Cuba for the doctor training programme in each financial year since the inception of the programme and (b) were the total costs incurred by his department of running the programme?

Reply:

  1. Tables1 (a&b) below show the total number of South African students recruited per province per financial year since the inception of the programme.

Table 1 (a) National Profile of Recruitment of students from 1997 – 2011

Province

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

EC

0

9

0

10

0

11

10

15

25

0

23

10

0

10

12

135

FS

0

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

GP

0

10

10

10

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10

40

KZN

0

21

21

21

25

10

0

0

0

0

20

10

15

14

12

169

LP

0

0

11

0

23

0

0

10

35

35

20

10

23

16

10

193

MP

9

12

0

0

0

15

0

0

0

0

15

10

11

15

12

99

NC

0

0

0

0

2

5

10

0

15

0

0

10

0

10

12

64

NW

0

10

18

22

21

0

2-

15

0

0

0

10

26

15

12

151

Total

9

67

60

63

71

41

22

40

75

35

78

60

75

80

80

856

Table 1(b): National Profile of Students recruited between 2012-2016

Province

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Total

EC

93

105

93

10

0

301

FS

181

20

10

0

0

211

GP

94

116

138

112

1

461

KZN

346

304

96

24

0

770

LP

40

108

110

110

0

368

Mpu

91

10

10

100

10

131

NC

38

44

27

30

0

139

NW

93

176

127

35

0

431

Total

976

883

611

421

11

2,902

  1. The total cost of training since 1997 to 2018 = 3 524 221.735

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2866

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Kopane, Ms SP to ask the Minister of Health

(1) (a) What is the total number of investigations that were conducted at the Komani Psychiatric Hospital in Queenstown in the Eastern Cape for corruption and maladministration (i) in the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018 and (b) of the investigations, what number was conducted internally, by the Office of the Public Protector, by the SA Police Service, by the Special Investigating Unit and by external private sector entities; (2) (a) what is the name of each member of the senior management team employed at the specified hospital that has been subjected to disciplinary processes (i) in the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018 and (b) what is the outcome of each case; (3) (a) what is the name of each medical professional at the specified hospital that has been subjected to disciplinary processes in the (i) past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018 and (b) what is the outcome in each case?

Reply:

(1) (a) The following table reflects the details in this regard

 

Total number of investigations for period

Corruption

(i)

Maladministration

(ii)

 

Financial Year 2014/15

None

None

 

Financial Year 2015/16

None

None

 

Financial Year 2016/17

None

None

 

Since 01 April 2018

None

None

(b) No investigations were conducted.

(2) (a) The following table reflects the details in this regard.

 

Names of Medical Professionals subjected to disciplinary processes

 

(i)

Financial Year 2014/15

None

   

Financial Year 2015/16

None

   

Financial Year 2016/17

None

 

(ii)

Since 01 April 2018

None

 

Not applicable.

(3) (a) The following table reflects the details in this regard

 

Names of members of Senior Management Team subjected to disciplinary processes

 

(i)

Financial Year 2014/15

None

   

Financial Year 2015/16

None

   

Financial Year 2016/17

None

 

(ii)

Since 01 April 2018

None

 

Not applicable.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2912

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Health

Are patients at Tembisa Hospital in Johannesburg, Gauteng, expected to pay to be attended to; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

Patients at Tembisa Hospital are assessed according to the means test to determine affordability to pay for health care.

Persons in the following categories are exempted from paying for health services and are eligible to free health care:

    1. Vulnerable groups; formally unemployed;
    2. Pregnant and lactating women;
    3. Children under six (6) years of age;
    4. Persons with disabilities; and
    5. Persons who are recipients of a social grant.

For all other patients the Uniform Patient Fee Schedule (UPFS) which is deermined by the Minister of Health is used to determine fees to be paid.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2763

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Ryder, Mr D to ask the Minister of Public Works

(1) With regard to his department's deviations from the prescribed supply chain management policy and processes, (a) how often are the deviations reported on, (b) to whom are these reports supplied, (c) who signs off the reports and (d) why are the reports not supplied to the Portfolio Committee on Public Works; (2) Whether he will provide Mr D R Ryder with two of the most recent reports?

Reply:

(1) (a) Internally within the Department of Public Works (DPW) all deviations recorded, processed and approved are reported on a monthly basis to the internal Standing Accountability Management Committee (AMC).

Deviations that are above the threshold of R1 million procured from a single source / supplier or arising out of an emergency and approved by the relevant delegated authority within the Department, are reported to the National Treasury and the Auditor-General within the prescribed 10 days of such approval in each case.

Deviations other than the sole source or arising out of an emergency are considered by the relevant delegated authority within the Department and then recommended to the National Treasury for approval. The National Treasury approved deviations are then reported to the Auditor-General within 10 days of approval.

All reported deviations of the DPW are published on the National Treasury website after approval.

(b) Internally within the DPW registers of deviations and reported thereof are presented to the AMC.

(c) The Chief Director: Supply Chain Management (CD: SCM) or his/her delegate accounts for all deviations that are presented to the AMC. The Deviation Reports to the National Treasury and Auditor-General for all sole source procurements and those arising out of emergencies and which were approved by the relevant delegated authority are signed off by the CD: SCM. Reports to the Auditor-General for deviations that are neither sole source, nor arising out of emergencies, which are supported by the National Treasury are signed off by the CD: SCM.

(d) There is currently no specific regulatory provision or stipulation that provides for the reporting to the Portfolio Committee on Public Works. However, the Department, with the oversight role of the Portfolio Committee acutely in mind, can and shall provide reports on these deviations as and when they are requested by the Portfolio Committee.

(2) The recent report to the AMC is attached as Annexure A.

The deviation reports to the National Treasury and the Auditor-General for sole source and emergency transactions above R1 million are attached as Annexure B.

Deviation reports to the Auditor-General for deviations that have been supported by the National Treasury are attached as Annexure C.

05 November 2018 - NW2855

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Van Damme, Ms PT to ask the Minister of Communications

With regard to the statement made by a certain person (name and details furnished) on 1 October 2018 that the salaries of the recently appointed executive board members and executive management have been significantly reduced, (a) what were the salaries of the executive board members (i) before and (ii) after the reduction, (b) what was the salary of each executive management position (i) before and (ii) after the reduction?

Reply:

(1) (a) (i) The packages of the previous Executive Directors were as follows:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          i) Group Chief Executive Officer - R7, 2 million if you take into consideration payment in lieu of the premature termination of the contract of employment.

ii) Chief Operations Officer – R15, 4 million (R 3, 9 million if you exclude the R11 million bonus pay out).

iii) Chief Financial Officer - R4, 1 million.

(a) (ii) The annual remuneration packages for each of the current Executive Directors of the SABC are as follows:

  • Group Chief Executive Officer - R 5,133,378
  • Chief Operations Officer – R 4,035,732
  • Chief Financial Officer – R 3,000,000

These packages are significantly lower than those of the previous Executive Directors and amount to 1.1% of the current salary bill.

(1) (b) (i) & (ii) The overall annual remuneration and benefits of the current SABC’s 10 Group Executive amounts to R24, 7 million. On average a Group Executive’s remuneration package is R2, 474,636.00 per annum. Previous Group Executive’s remuneration is contained in the SABC’s FY2017/18 Annual Report.

05 November 2018 - NW630

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Health

What is the (a) total number of posts of each specified profession (details furnished) that are (i) filled and (ii) vacant in the Cape Winelands District Municipality in the Western Cape and (b)(i)(aa) name and (bb) location of each institution and (ii)(aa) duration of each vacancy and (bb) date by which each vacancy is envisaged to be filled?

Reply:

Please refer to the attached Annexure 1 for details.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2839

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Shinn, Ms MR to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

1 Whether his department’s positions of (a) Deputy Director-General for ICT Policy and Strategy and (b) Deputy Director-General for ICT Information Society Development and Research are currently vacant; if not, (i) who was appointed to each position and (ii) what are the details of the processes followed in each case; if so, what steps have been taken in each case to fill the vacancies?

Reply:

I have been advised by the Department as follows:-

(a) Yes

(b) Yes

The organisational structure is being revised. Currently there are acting appointments in these positions, pending the finalisation of the Departmental structure.

Approved/ not approved

Dr Siyabonga Cwele, MP

Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

Date:

05 November 2018 - NW2837

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

What are the reasons why a small parcel, with tracking number 710-53598-1-1393114-15/1, which was posted via airmail in Bloemfontein on 27 January 2018, at a cost of R40 to Australia, only arrived on 21 September 2018?

Reply:

I have been informed by SAPO as follows:

     

The number 710-53598-1-13933114-15/1 indicated as a tracking number is unfortunately not a valid tracking number which makes it difficult to determine where the item was delayed as items go through a number of processes between different postal operators, ground handling agents and airlines.

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Dr Siyabonga Cwele, MP

Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

Date:

05 November 2018 - NW2676

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Bagraim, Mr M to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What number of status reports were (i) requested by the Railway Safety Regulator from the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) and (ii) issued by Prasa in each month (aa) in the past three financial years and (bb) from 1 January 2018 to date, (b) what number of maintenance reports were (i) requested and (ii) issued, (c) what number of other reports were (i) requested and (ii) issued and (d) what were the reasons in each instance where reports were (i) not issued or (ii) issued late?

Reply:

  1. Reports are requested in line with the Safety Management System (SMS) and this entails one (1) report per year. Reports are submitted per discipline, i.e. Perway, Level Crossings, Stations, Electrical, Signalling and Telecoms. The status of the submission is outlined as per the attached annexure.
  1. See attached annexure
  2. See attached annexure

(aa) See attached annexure

(bb) For 2018/19, information was not available or PRASA Rail was awaiting Regional inputs. The Railway Safety Regulator has advised that reports would be submitted by 30 September 2018.

  1. (i) & (ii) See attached annexure
  1. (i) & (ii) See attached annexure
  1. (i) & (ii) Reports were requested. However, due to PRASA’s internal challenges with a lack of continuity in various areas, reports were not submitted. Furthermore, it should be noted, for the same reason that PRASA is lagging in providing the RSR with the requested information, the RSR has now made the reports requirement of the safety permit which was recently issued to PRASA.

PERWAY

No.

(aa)

Year

(a)(i)

No. status reports requested by RSR (per Discipline)

(a)(ii)

Report Issued by PRASA

(d)(i) & (ii)

Comments report not issued or late submission

(b)(i)

No. Maintenance reports requested by RSR

(b)(ii)

Report Issues by PRASA

Comments report not issued or late submission

(c)(i)

Other Report

General Comment

1.

2013/14

16

12

No historical records

4

4

n/a

n/a

n/a

2.

2014/15

16

12

No historical records

4

4

n/a

n/a

n/a

3.

2015/16

16

12

No historical records

4

4

n/a

n/a

n/a

4

2016/17

16

15

No historical records

4

4

n/a

n/a

n/a

5.

2017/18

16

15

Awaiting info ration from regions

4

4

n/a

n/a

n/a

LEVEL CROSSINGS

No.

(aa)

Year

(a)(i)

No. status reports requested by RSR (per Discipline)

(a)(ii)

Report Issued by PRASA

(d)(i) & (ii)

Comments report not issued or late submission

(b)(i)

No. Maintenance reports requested by RSR

(b)(ii)

Report Issues by PRASA

Comments report not issued or late submission

(c)(i)

Other Report

General Comment

1.

2013/14

12

4

No records

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

2.

2014/15

12

4

No records

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

3.

2015/16

12

4

No records

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

4

2016/17

12

4

No records

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

5.

2017/18

12

7

Awaiting information from Regional offices

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

STATIONS

No.

(aa)

Year

(a)(i)

No. status reports requested by RSR (per Discipline)

(a)(ii)

Report Issued by PRASA

(d)(i) & (ii)

Comments report not issued or late submission

(b)(i)

No. Maintenance reports requested by RSR

(b)(ii)

Report Issues by PRASA

Comments report not issued or late submission

(c)(i)

Other Report

General Comment

1.

2013/14

4

0

Not yet available

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

2.

2014/15

4

0

Not yet available

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

3.

2015/16

4

0

Not yet available

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

4.

2016/17

4

0

Not yet available

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

5.

2017/18

4

0

Not yet available

4

4

n/a

n/a

 

ELECTRICAL

No.

(aa)

Year

(a)(i)

No. status reports requested by RSR (per Discipline)

(a)(ii)

Report Issued by PRASA

(d)(i) & (ii)

Comments report not issued or late submission

(b)(i)

No. Maintenance reports requested by RSR

(b)(ii)

Report Issues by PRASA

Comments report not issued or late submission

(c)(i)

Other Report

General Comment

1.

2013/14

8

0

Asset information not available yet/Historical info not available

8

2

Substations Information not yet available from Regions

n/a

 

2.

2014/15

8

0

Asset information not available yet/Historical info not available

8

3

Substations Information not yet available from Regions

n/a

 

3.

2015/16

8

0

Asset information not available ye/Historical info not available

8

2

Substations Information not yet available from Regions

n/a

 

4.

2016/17

8

1

Asset information not available yet//Historical info not available

8

2

Substations Information not yet available from Regions

n/a

 

5.

2017/18

8

2

Asset information not available yet

8

4

Substations Information not yet available from Regions

n/a

 

SIGNALLING

No.

(aa)

Year

(a)(i)

No. status reports requested by RSR (per Discipline)

(a)(ii)

Report Issued by PRASA

(d)(i) & (ii)

Comments report not issued or late submission

(b)(i)

No. Maintenance reports requested by RSR

(b)(ii)

Report Issues by PRASA

Comments report not issued or late submission

(c)(i)

Other Report

General Comment

1.

2013/14

4

4

n/a

4

3

Information not available from the Regions

n/a

 

2.

2014/15

4

4

n/a

4

3

Information not available from the Regions

n/a

 

3.

2015/16

4

4

n/a

4

3

Information not available from the Regions

n/a

 

4

2016/17

4

4

n/a

4

3

Information not available from the Regions

n/a

 

5.

2017/18

4

4

n/a

4

3

Information not available from the Regions

n/a

 

TELECOMS

No.

(aa)

Year

(a)(i)

No. status reports requested by RSR (per Discipline)

(a)(ii)

Report Issued by PRASA

(d)(i) & (ii)

Comments report not issued or late submission

(b)(i)

No. Maintenance reports requested by RSR

(b)(ii)

Report Issues by PRASA

Comments report not issued or late submission

(c)(i)

Other Report

General Comment

1.

2013/14

4

0

Historical records not available

4

1

Historical records not available

n/a

 

2.

2014/15

4

0

Historical records not available

4

1

Historical records not available

n/a

 

3.

2015/16

4

0

Historical records not available

4

3

Information not available

n/a

 

4

2016/17

4

0

Historical records not available

4

3

Information not available

n/a

 

5.

2017/18

4

4

n/a

4

3

Information not available

n/a

 

05 November 2018 - NW2591

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Mathys, Ms L to ask the Minister of Public Works

(1) (a) What is the total number of (i) deputy directors-general and (ii) chief directors that are employed in (aa) an acting and (bb) a permanent capacity in his department and (b) what is the total number of women in each case; (2) (a) what is the total number of (i) chief executive officers and (ii) directors of each entity reporting to him and (b) what is the total number of women in each case?

Reply:

  1. (a) (i) The Department of Public Works’ (DPW) Main Vote has got four stand-alone Branches, i.e: Professional Services; Inter-Governmental Relations Co-ordination; Expanded Public Works Programme; and Policy, Research and Industry Regulation. Three positions of Deputy Director-General are filled and one is vacant, but there is a Chief Director acting as Branch Head. The DPW Main Vote has also got three Branches that provide shared services between the DPW and the Property Management Trading Entity (PMTE), i.e: Corporate Services; Finance; as well as Governance Risk and Compliance. Two positions of Deputy Director-General are filled and one (Chief Financial Officer) is vacant.

The PMTE has got five Divisions: Real Estate Investment Management Services (REIM); Facilities Management Services (FM); Real Estate Management Services (REMS); Real Estate Information and Registry Services (REIRS); and Construction Management Project Services (CPM). There are three Deputy Directors-General that are permanently employed in the PMTE.

(ii) The DPW Main Vote has for 28 Chief Directors. PMTE has got 22 Chief Directors.

(aa) Two Chief Directors are acting as Deputy Directors-General in DPW and four Chief Directors are acting as Deputy Directors-General in the PMTE;

(bb) As stated above, within DPW Main Vote three of the Deputy-Director-General positions are filled with permanent employees. In addition to that, the two Deputy Director-General posts that provide shared services between the DPW Main vote and the PMTE are filled in permanent capacities. At the Chief Director Level within the DPW Main Vote, 25 of the 28 Chief Directors are permanently employed.

Within the PMTE three Deputy Directors-General are permanently employed; and at the Chief Director Level 21 of 22 positions are filled.

(b) In the DPW Main Vote one woman is permanently employed as a Deputy Director-General and one woman is in an acting position. Within the PMTE two of the three permanently employed Deputy Directors-General are women. At the Chief Director level in the DPW Main Vote, nine women are permanently employed, and in the PMTE nine of the Chief Directors are women.

(2) Information in respect of the Entities:

QUESTION

Agremént South Africa

Council for the Built Environment

Construction Industry Development Board

Independent Development Trust

  1. (i)

1

1

1 (Vacant – there is a male acting person)

1

(a)(ii)

2 (Executive Managers)

10 (Chief Financial officer,

Chief Operations officer ,

Manager: Finance

Manager: Human Resources

Manager: Research and Policy

Manager: Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

Manager: Skills Development

Manager: Transformation Programmes

Manager: Knowledge Management and IT

Manager: Regulations and Legal Services )

4 (all vacant – there are 3 male acting persons and 1 acting female person)

3 (all vacant – 2 male acting persons and 1 female acting person)

(b)

2 (Permanent female Executive Managers)

5 (1 female Chief Executive Officer and 4 female Executive Managers)

1 (Acting Chief Operations Officer)

1 (Acting Chief Financial Officer)

05 November 2018 - NW2895

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Sonti, Ms NP to ask the Minister of Health

(a) What were the (i) findings and (ii) recommendations in respect of the National Health Insurance pilot projects and (b) were the specified findings and recommendations taken into consideration in the current National Health Insurance Bill?

Reply:

(a) (i) The National Health Insurance (NHI) Pilot Projects were related to a number of interventions that were intended to improve the performance of the public healthcare system.

  • These interventions included the development of the ideal clinic model so that all public healthcare clinics comply to an agreed set of norms and standards. This approach has resulted in significant improvement in the quality of services rendered at clinics and we now have 1507 clinics that have reached ideal status.
  • The Health Patient Registration System HPRS system was developed to address the absence of a national health information system with an integrated data platform that would allow for the interoperability of various systems, using a unique identifier (ID). The HPRS system was developed and rolled out to 3023 Primary Health Care facilities and 3 Hospitals. By 25 October 2018, a total of 25 million people have been registered on the Patient Beneficiary Register.
  • District Clinical Specialist Teams were established in all pilot districts to support facilities in improving maternal and child healthcare services.
  • Municipal ward based Primary Heath Care Outreach Teams were established in all the NHI districts. A total of 3323 teams have been established and are functional
  • Integrated school health teams were established and learners have been screened for problems until vision, speech, hearing and oral health.
  • To improve the availability of medicines, the stock visibility system, Rx solution and CCMDD were implemented which significantly improved medicines availability and also improved access to medicines as over 2.1 million patients are registered to receive their medication close to their home.
  • General Practitioners were also contracted to deliver services in public healthcare facilities which reduced the need for patients to be referred to Community Health Centre’s (CHCs) or hospitals.

The public sector strengthening projects were successful and a number of these projects have been expanded beyond the NHI districts.

(b) The NHI Bill is intended to establish the NHI fund as outlined in the White Paper published by Cabinet in June 2017. The pilot projects are intended to strengthen the public healthcare system hence the results of the pilot projects do not find direct expression in the Bill. Remember the Bill is a translation of the policy framework into law.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW1958

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

What has she found to be the impact of fuel price increases on small businesses?”

Reply:

The impact on the latest fuel increase will have a devastating effect on small business and will trigger food price inflation. Transport costs, which are the most severe on black household, will also rocket. This is fourth increase in as many months this year and is going to be a telling blow.

Manufacturers will pass these increases on to the small businesses who in turn will have to face consumers who will resist new prices. The same small businesses will also be faced with higher transports costs as they use either public transport or own transport to get their wares from wholesalers and manufacturers. They will also pay increased delivery prices.

Finally, and as argued by leading economists, small businesses are generally not able to negotiate price concessions more so given the fact that their environment is very competitive given the increase in the number of shopping malls and foreign traders in their trading environment. The most tragic part is that these businesses are always price takers instead of price makers. This is the most tragic part of this situation.

The DSBD is looking at ways in which it can offer relief as it knows small businesses are always in a much weaker position to ride out reduced consumer spending as is going to be the case.

05 November 2018 - NW2258

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Khanyile, Ms AT to ask the Minister of Health

(1)With reference to the reply of the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs to question 1152 on 26 June 2018, what is the (a) current and (b) ideal ratio of environmental health inspectors to population size employed in each municipality in the country; (2) what (a) was the number of environmental health inspectors (i) employed and (ii) required in each municipality in the country in the (aa) 2015-16, (bb) 2016-17 and (cc) 2017-18 financial years and (b) number of the employed inspectors were registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa in each case?

Reply:

(1) (a) The current ratio of Environmental Health Practitioners (Inspectors) in each Municipality is as per Table A below:

(b) The ideal ratio of environmental health inspectors to population size employed in each municipality in the country is in terms of the World Health Organisation and the National Environmental Health Policy one (1) Environmental Health Practitioner to service 10 000 people (1: 10 000).

(2) (a) The number of EHP

(i) Employed (See Table A)

(ii) Required in each Municipality in the country (See Table A)

(aa) 2015-16, (See Table A)

(bb) 2016-17 (See Table A); and

(cc) 2017-18 financial years (See Table A) and

(b) The number of employed inspectors (Environmental Health Practitioners) who were registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa in each case is as tabled in Table A below.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2838

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

(1) What are the requirements relating to (a) academic qualifications and (b) experience for the position of Deputy Director-General of International Affairs and Trade in his department; (2) Whether a certain person (name furnished) fulfilled the academic qualification and experience requirements; if not, why was the specified person appointed to the specified position; if so, (a) which (i) degree did the person obtain and (ii) university awarded the degree and (b) in which year was the degree awarded?

Reply:

I have been informed by the Department as follows:-

  1. A relevant post graduate qualification at National Qualifications Framework (NQF) level 8 as recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)

(b) 8 to 10 years of experience at Senior Management Level of which at least 5 years of experience must be with International Relations and in foreign policy.

 

  1. Yes

(a)(i) Baccalaureus Artium Honores in International Studies

(a)(ii) Rhodes University

(b) 1999

Approved/ not approved

Dr Siyabonga Cwele, MP

Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

Date:

05 November 2018 - NW2864

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Stander, Ms T to ask the Minister of Health

What (a) number of investigations were conducted at the Komani Psychiatric Hospital in Queenstown in the Eastern Cape relating to instances of (i) overbilling and (ii) overcharging for goods and services rendered by service providers (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2018, (b) number of the specified investigations were conducted by the Office of the Public Protector, SA Police Service, Special Investigating Unit and/or external private sector entities, (c) amount in income did his department lose as a result of overbilling and overcharging by service providers, (d) was the outcome of each investigation and (e) amount in income was recovered as a result of the investigations in each case?

Reply:

The following table reflects the details in this regard.

((a)

Period

Overbilling

(i)

Overcharging

(ii)

 

(aa)

Financial Year 2014/15

None

None

   

Financial Year 2015/16

None

None

   

Financial Year 2016/17

None

None

 

(bb)

Since 01 April 2018

None

None

(b) No specified investigations were conducted.

(c) The Department of Health did not lose any income.

(d) Not applicable.

(e) No funds were recovered.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW1565

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Khawula, Ms MS to ask the Minister of Health

What is the (a) total number of security personnel who are employed at each hospital in the country, (b)(i) name and (ii) location of each hospital and (c) name of each company that employs the security personnel?

Reply:

(a)(b)(i) and (ii) - Your attention is directed to the table attached of cleaners appointed on the PERSAL system.

(c) Information regarding private cleaners employed have been requested from Provincial Departments

CLEANERS PER CLINIC AS AT MAY 2018 (PERSAL)

Row Labels

CLEANER

CLEANER SUPERVISOR

CLEANER/LAUNDRY AID

TOTAL

Eastern Cape

15

2

 

17

CLINIC

14

2

 

16

533278 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION DORDRECHT CLINIC

2

 

 

2

533290 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION NOMPUMELELO CLINI

1

 

 

1

533308 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION HOFMEYER CLINIC

1

 

 

1

533344 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION PHILA CLINIC CRAD

1

 

 

1

533350 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION TARKASTAD CLINIC

1

 

 

1

533915 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION EMPILISWENI CLINI

1

 

 

1

533922 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION MACLEAR CLINIC

1

 

 

1

533928 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION SONWABILE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

533934 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION UGIE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

533957 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION SANDDRIF CLINIC

1

 

 

1

533975 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION TWEE RIVIERE CLIN

 

2

 

2

533977 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION MISGUND CLINIC

1

 

 

1

DIVISION

1

 

 

1

534103 - DIVISION:ADMINISTRATION TEMBALETU CLINIC

1

 

 

1

Gauteng

153

 

 

153

BRANCH

4

 

 

4

251820 - BRONKHORSTSPRUIT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

251970 - KANANA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

252070 - ZITHOBENI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

CHIEF DIRECTORATE

2

 

 

2

251790 - RAYTON CLINIC

1

 

 

1

251880 - SOKHULUMI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

CLINIC

91

 

 

91

242150 - KLIPTOWN CLINIC.

5

 

 

5

242160 - JHB METRO: EIKENHOF.CLINIC

1

 

 

1

242170 - JHB METRO: MICHEAL MAPONYA CLINIC

7

 

 

7

244240 - JHB METRO: CLINICAL MEDICO-LEGAL METRO A

14

 

 

14

244300 - JHB METRO: EYETHU/YARONA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

251770 - EKANGALA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

253010 - EAST LYNNE CLINIC.C

1

 

 

1

253035 - NELLMAPIUS CLINIC C

1

 

 

1

254004 - ZAMILE CLINIC_ ADMIN

2

 

 

2

254014 - TLAMELONG CLINIC ADMIN

1

 

 

1

254043 - SEDILEGA CLINIC ADMIN

1

 

 

1

254054 - PHEDISONG 6 CLINIC ADMIN

1

 

 

1

262018 - EKURHULENI: BERTHA GXOWA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

276270 - WESTRAND: RANDGATE CLINIC.

1

 

 

1

276320 - WESTRAND: HANDS OF COMPASSION CLINIC.

1

 

 

1

276360 - WESTRAND: MOGALE CLINIC.

1

 

 

1

276380 - WESTRAND: MULDERSDRIFT CLINIC.

2

 

 

2

276420 - WESTRAND: KROMDRAAI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

276450 - WESTRAND: MAKI LEGWETE CLINIC.

3

 

 

3

277550 - WESTRAND: MERAFONG KHUTSONG EAST CLINIC

1

 

 

1

277570 - WESTRAND: MERAFONG KHUTSONG SOUTH CLINIC

1

 

 

1

286120 - SEDIBENG: BOIPATONG CLINIC

2

 

 

2

286160 - SEDIBENG: BOPHELONG CLINIC.

4

 

 

4

286180 - SEDIBENG: MARKET AVENUE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

286210 - SEDIBENG: HEIDELBERG CLINIC.

1

 

 

1

286220 - SEDIBENG: USIZOLWETHU CLINIC

3

 

 

3

286240 - SEDIBENG: RATANDA EXT 23 CLINIC.

1

 

 

1

286250 - SEDIBENG: RATANDA EXT 7 CLINIC

1

 

 

1

286260 - SEDIBENG: RATANDA CLINIC.

4

 

 

4

286270 - SEDIBENG: VISCHUIL CLINIC

2

 

 

2

286280 - SEDIBENG: JAMESONPARK CLINIC

2

 

 

2

286310 - SEDIBENG: ALBERTINA SISULU CLINIC.

1

 

 

1

286320 - SEDIBENG: JOHAN DEO CLINIC

2

 

 

2

286340 - SEDIBENG: SEBEI MOTSOANENG CLINIC

1

 

 

1

286350 - SEDIBENG: EMPILISWENI CLINIC.

5

 

 

5

286370 - SEDIBENG: ZONE 13 CLINIC

1

 

 

1

286380 - SEDIBENG: ZONE 17 CLINIC

1

 

 

1

286420 - SEDIBENG: RANDVAAL CLINIC

1

 

 

1

286430 - SEDIBENG: PONTSHONG CLINIC.

2

 

 

2

286520 - SEDIBENG: DR HELGA KUHN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

286540 - SEDIBENG: BEVERLY HILLS CLINIC.

1

 

 

1

286550 - SEDIBENG: MPUMELELO CLINIC.

1

 

 

1

286590 - SEDIBENG: BOITUMELO CLINIC.

2

 

 

2

GATEWAY CLINICS

1

 

 

1

286130 - SEDIBENG: THUTHUZELA CLINIC B

1

 

 

1

SERVICES

55

 

 

55

251014 - MANDISA SCHICEKA CLINIC ADMIN

2

 

 

2

251104 - SKINNER.CLINIC-CHC-ADMIN

2

 

 

2

251204 - ADELAID_TAMBO CLINIC ADMIN

1

 

 

1

251224 - HOLANI CLINIC ADMIN

1

 

 

1

251234 - EERSTERUST CLINIC ADMIN

6

 

 

6

251280 - DEWAGENSDRIFT CLINIC__C

1

 

 

1

251404 - REFILWE CLINIC ADMIN

3

 

 

3

251604 - BLOCK JJ CLINIC ADMIN

2

 

 

2

251614 - BLOCK TT CLINIC ADMIN

2

 

 

2

251624 - BOIKHUTSONG CLINIC ADMIN

2

 

 

2

251634 - SOSHANGUVE 2 CLINIC ADMIN

2

 

 

2

251644 - MARIA RANTHO CLINIC 1C ADMIN & SUPPORT

7

 

 

7

251664 - BOPHELONG CLINIC ADMIN

3

 

 

3

251674 - JACK HINDON CLINIC ADMIN

1

 

 

1

261523 - EKURHULENI: NORTHMEAD CLINIC

1

 

 

1

261563 - EKURHULENI: ETHAFENI CLINIC / MOU

6

 

 

6

261613 - EKURHULENI: WINNIE MANDELA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

261863 - EKURHULENI: GERMISTON CLINIC

1

 

 

1

261993 - EKURHULENI: GOBA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

262413 - EKURHULENI: ANDRIES RADITSELA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

262423 - EKURHULENI: DAVEYTON CLINIC

4

 

 

4

262433 - EKURHULENI: MARY MOODLY CLINIC

4

 

 

4

262483 - EKURHULENI: KINGSWAY CLINIC

1

 

 

1

KwaZulu Natal

37

 

 

37

CLINIC

4

 

 

4

21929 - VERULAM PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (TONGAA

1

 

 

1

805606 - MSUNDUZI PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (HLEN

1

 

 

1

809830 - MDUMEZULU PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (NKO

1

 

 

1

809935 - FRISCHGEWACHT PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE

1

 

 

1

806196 - GAMALAKHE CLINIC:INTERIM STRUCTURE

1

 

 

1

COMPONENT

1

 

 

1

28308 - USUTHU PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC:OFFICE S

1

 

 

1

GATEWAY CLINICS

5

 

 

5

21692 - ADDINGTON REGIONAL HOSPITAL:GATEWAY CLINIC

2

 

 

2

24323 - BEATRICE STREET PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

36410 - CLAIRWOOD GATEWAY CLINIC

2

 

 

2

MOBILE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

810508 - EMMAUS HOSPITAL:MOBILE CLINIC 1 (EMMAUS)

1

 

 

1

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC A (8HOURS 5DAYS)

2

 

 

2

33216 - NTININI PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC:OFFICE

1

 

 

1

810269 - ISITHUNDO PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (UMP

1

 

 

1

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC B (12HOURS 7DAYS)

10

 

 

10

22228 - MASON STREET PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

24835 - DURNACOL PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (MADAD

1

 

 

1

808402 - FOLWENI PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

809885 - KWANDABA PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (MANG

1

 

 

1

809932 - HARTLAND PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

809952 - MAKHATHINI PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (BE

1

 

 

1

810043 - NDUNDULU PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

810080 - MATHUNGELA PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

810181 - MAGABHENI PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

810422 - GUNJANA PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC(COSH)

1

 

 

1

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC C (24HOURS 7DAYS)

13

 

 

13

20913 - RICHMOND PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

21061 - UNDERBERG PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (PHOL

1

 

 

1

21991 - ASSISSI PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

805604 - MPUMALANGA PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

806197 - IZINGOLWENI PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

806203 - NTABENI PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (GAMAL

1

 

 

1

808797 - OLIVIERSHOEK PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (

1

 

 

1

808801 - NTABAMHLOPHE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (

2

 

 

2

808802 - NCIBIDWANE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC (ES

1

 

 

1

810157 - UMLAZI U 21 PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

810178 - KWAMAKHUTHA PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

Mpumalanga

350

 

10

360

CLINIC

348

 

10

358

722004 - WHITE RIVER CLINIC

3

 

 

3

722005 - EZIWENI CLINIC

3

 

 

3

722007 - MSOGWABA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

722008 - ZWELISHA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

722009 - NKWALINI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

722010 - LUPHISI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

722011 - SIBUYILE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

722012 - TEKWANE CLINIC

3

 

 

3

722013 - MPAKENI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

722014 - VALENCIA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

732003 - CLAU-CLAU CLINIC

1

 

1

2

732005 - HAZYVIEW CLINIC

1

 

 

1

732006 - KHUMBULA CLINIC

3

 

 

3

732007 - GUTSHWA CLINIC

3

 

 

3

732008 - DWALENI CLINIC

3

 

 

3

732009 - MBONSIWENI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

732010 - MANZINI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

732011 - MAKOKO CLINIC

2

 

 

2

732012 - LEGOGOTE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

732013 - JERUSALEM CLINIC

1

 

 

1

732014 - SHABALALA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

732015 - MTHIMBA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

732017 - MJEJANE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

732018 - SANDRIVIER CLINIC

2

 

 

2

732020 - SKUKUZA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

742003 - KAAPMUIDEN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

742005 - BOULDERS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

742006 - RENEE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

742007 - KAAPSCHEHOOP CLINIC

1

 

 

1

742008 - LOW_S CREEK CLINIC

2

 

 

2

742009 - LOUIEVILLE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

742012 - BARBERTON TOWN CLINIC

3

 

 

3

742014 - BARBERTON GATEWAY CLINIC

2

 

 

2

752001 - JEPPES REEF CLINIC

1

 

 

1

752002 - SCHOEMANSDAL CLINIC

2

 

 

2

752003 - DRIEKOPPIES CLINIC

2

 

 

2

752004 - MIDDELPLAAS CLINIC

2

 

 

2

752006 - KAMHLUSHWA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

752007 - PHIVA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

752009 - SIKHWAHLANE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

752010 - SIHLANGU CLINIC

2

 

 

2

752012 - JEPPIESRUST CLINIC

1

 

 

1

752017 - MALELANE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

752018 - RICHTERSHOEK CLINIC

 

 

1

1

762001 - DLUDLUMA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

762002 - MBANGWANI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

762003 - BLOCK _B_ CLINIC

2

 

 

2

762004 - BLOCK _C_ CLINIC

2

 

 

2

762006 - STEENBOK CLINIC

2

 

 

2

762007 - NDINDINDI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

762008 - MBUZINI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

762010 - MASIBIKELA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

762013 - MANANGA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

762014 - KOMATIPOORT CLINIC

 

 

1

1

762015 - STRYDOMBLOK CLINIC

1

 

1

2

774002 - PILGRIM_S REST CLINIC

1

 

 

1

774003 - BOURKE_S LUCK CLINIC

1

 

 

1

774005 - ELANDSFONTEIN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

774008 - MASHISHING CLINIC

3

 

 

3

774012 - SABIE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

775003 - BRONDAL CLINIC (T CHWEU)

2

 

 

2

784009 - UTAH CLINIC

3

 

 

3

784010 - EDINBURG CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784102 - XANTHIA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784104 - CUNNINGMORE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

784201 - JIM BROWN CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784202 - THOKOZANI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784203 - MADRAS CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784204 - CALCUTTA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784205 - OAKLEY CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784206 - MARITE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

784301 - BELFAST CLINIC

1

 

 

1

784302 - MKHUHLU CLINIC

1

 

 

1

784303 - LILLYDALE CLINIC

6

 

 

6

784304 - JUSTICIA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784305 - CORK CLINIC

3

 

 

3

784402 - SHATALE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784403 - ORINOCCO CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784404 - MAVILJAN CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784405 - ARTHURSTONE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

784406 - ROLLE CLINIC

3

 

 

3

785101 - ARTHURSEAT CLINIC

2

 

 

2

785102 - CASTEEL CLINIC

1

 

 

1

785103 - ZOEKNOG CLINIC

1

 

 

1

785104 - DINGLEDALE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

785105 - BROOKLYN CLINIC

2

 

 

2

785106 - MOREIPUSHO CLINIC

2

 

 

2

785201 - COTTONDALE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

785202 - ISLINGTON CLINIC

1

 

 

1

785203 - MURHOTSO CLINIC

1

 

 

1

785204 - BUFFELSHOEK CLINIC

2

 

 

2

785205 - LUDLOW CLINIC

2

 

 

2

785301 - WELVERDIEND CLINIC

1

 

 

1

785302 - GOTTENBURG CLINIC

2

 

 

2

785303 - HLUVUKANI CLINIC

4

 

 

4

814104 - ACKERVILLE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

814105 - HLALANIKAHLE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

814106 - KLIPFONTEIN CLINIC

2

 

 

2

814107 - LYNNVILLE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

814108 - KRIEL (GA-NALA) CLIN

2

 

 

2

814109 - LOUIS CLINIC

2

 

 

2

825001 - FC DUMAT CLINIC (VICTOR KHANYE)

2

 

 

2

825002 - BOTLENG EXT 3 CLINIC (VICTOR KHANYE)

2

 

 

2

825003 - BOTLENG CLINIC (VICTOR KHANYE)

2

 

 

2

832003 - THUBELIHLE CLINIC

6

 

 

6

832004 - BEATTY STREET CLINIC

2

 

 

2

832005 - OGIES CLINIC

2

 

 

2

832006 - POLY CLINIC

2

 

 

2

832007 - RIETSPRUIT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

832010 - WONDERFONTEIN CLINIC

2

 

 

2

832012 - SAKHELWE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

833002 - SIYATHUTHUKA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

833003 - WATERVAL-BOVEN CLINIC

2

 

 

2

842008 - MACHADODORP CLINIC

1

 

 

1

842009 - EMTHONJENI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

845001 - CIVIC CENTRE CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

2

 

 

2

845002 - NASARET CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

1

 

 

1

845003 - EASTDENE CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

1

 

 

1

845004 - HENDRINA CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

1

 

 

1

845005 - KWAZAMOKUHLE CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

1

 

 

1

845006 - MHLUZI CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE) AKA SR MASH

1

 

 

1

845007 - SIMUNYE CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

3

 

 

3

845008 - EXT 8 CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

2

 

 

2

845009 - NEWTOWN CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

1

 

 

1

845010 - EXT 6 CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

2

 

 

2

845011 - MIDDELBURG GATE CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

1

 

 

1

845012 - PULLENSHOPE CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

1

 

 

1

845013 - DOORNKOP CLINIC (STEVE TSHWETE)

1

 

 

1

852006 - KAMEELRIVIER B CLIN

1

 

 

1

852010 - VAALBANK CLINIC

2

 

 

2

852011 - LODING CLINIC

2

 

 

2

852012 - HAAKDORINGLAAGTE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

852013 - BLOEDFONTEIN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

852015 - KALKFONTEIN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

852016 - TROYA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

852017 - VALSCHFONTEIN CLIN

1

 

 

1

852021 - DE BEERSPUT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

852022 - ALMANSDRIFT _B_ CLINIC

2

 

 

2

852023 - RHENOSTERKOP CLINIC

2

 

 

2

852025 - KLIPPLAATDRIFT CLIN

1

 

1

2

852026 - PIETERSKRAAL CLIN

1

 

 

1

852027 - WOLWEKRAAL CLIN

2

 

 

2

852028 - RPL MORIPE CLIN

2

 

 

2

852029 - LEEUFONTEIN CLIN

1

 

 

1

852030 - WELTEVREDE CLIN

1

 

 

1

862006 - BOEKENHOUTHOEK CLINIC

3

 

 

3

862007 - MATHYSZENSLOOP CLINIC

1

 

 

1

862008 - GOEDEREDE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

862009 - EMPILWENI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

862010 - TWEEFONTEIN _M_ CLINIC

1

 

 

1

862011 - TWEEFONTEIN _A_ CLINIC

 

 

1

1

862012 - VLAKLAAGTE I CLINIC

1

 

 

1

862014 - TWEEFONTEIN _D_ CLINIC

1

 

 

1

862015 - KAMEELPOORTNEK CLINIC

2

 

 

2

862019 - GEMSBOKSPRUIT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

862022 - TWEEFONTEIN _C_ CLINIC

1

 

 

1

913004 - SILOBELA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

913005 - NHLAZATJE 6 CLINIC

2

 

 

2

913006 - DIEPDALE CLINIC

1

 

1

2

913007 - FERNIE I CLINIC

1

 

 

1

913008 - FERNIE II CLINIC

1

 

 

1

913011 - GLENMORE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

913012 - SWALLUSNEST CLINIC

2

 

 

2

913013 - BETTIESGOED CLINIC

1

 

 

1

913014 - VLAKPLAAS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

913016 - HARTEBEESKOP CLINIC

1

 

 

1

913017 - NHLAZATJE 4 CLINIC

4

 

 

4

913018 - EERSTEHOEK CLINIC

2

 

 

2

913019 - MOOIPLAAS CLINIC

2

 

 

2

913020 - KROMDRAAI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

913021 - TJAKASTAD CLINIC

2

 

 

2

925001 - DAVEL CLINIC (MSUKALIGWA)

1

 

 

1

925002 - BREYTEN CLINIC (MSUKALIGWA)

10

 

 

10

925003 - EMTHONJENI CLINIC (MSUKALIGWA)

2

 

 

2

925006 - ERMELO CLINIC

1

 

 

1

925007 - CHRISSIESMEER/KWACHIBIKHULU CLINIC

1

 

 

1

925008 - KWAZANELE CLINIC (MSUKALIGWA)

1

 

 

1

925009 - MN CINDI CLINIC (MSUKALIGWA)

 

 

2

2

925010 - NEWSCOTLAND CLINIC

 

 

1

1

932004 - DIRKIESDORP CLINIC

1

 

 

1

932008 - DERBY/RUSTPLAAS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

932009 - ENTOMBE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

932014 - ETHANDUKUKHANYA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

932016 - PIET RETIEF CLINIC

1

 

 

1

943002 - VOLKSRUST CLINIC

3

 

 

3

943004 - AMERSFOORT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

943005 - EZAMOKUHLE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

943006 - VUKUZAKHE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

943008 - WAKKERSTROOM CLINIC

3

 

 

3

954006 - LANGVERWACHT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

954010 - EMBALENHLE EXT 14 CLINIC

2

 

 

2

954013 - GREYLINGSTAD CLINIC

1

 

 

1

954015 - GROOTVLEI CLINIC

3

 

 

3

954019 - MISPEL CLINIC

2

 

 

2

954020 - MORGENZON CLINIC

2

 

 

2

954021 - MS MSIMANGA CLINIC

2

 

 

2

954022 - SAKHILE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

954023 - STANWEST CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974201 - SECUNDA CLINIC

3

 

 

3

974202 - TRICHARDT CLINIC

2

 

 

2

974203 - EVANDER CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974204 - KINROSS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974205 - EMZINONI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

974206 - BETHAL CLINIC

1

 

 

1

MOBILE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

742004 - GLENTHORPE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

North West

33

 

 

33

CLINIC

1

 

 

1

600773 - HEALTH: ORKNEY CLINIC: WELLNESS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

SECTION

2

 

 

2

590692 - HEALTH: MAF SEC HOSP:OPTHALMOLOGY CLINIC

1

 

 

1

602060 - HEALTH: VENTERSDORP DH:WELNESS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

SUB DIVISION

30

 

 

30

581506 - HEALTH: MKSD:BRAKKUIL CLINIC:SUPPORT SERV

1

 

 

1

581632 - HEALTH: MKSD:KOEDOESRAND CLINIC:7DAY12HR

1

 

 

1

581652 - HEALTH: MKSD:PHALANE CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVI

1

 

 

1

581680 - HEALTH: MKSD:SIGA CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVICE

1

 

 

1

581696 - HEALTH: MKSD:TWEELAAGTE CLINIC:7DAY 12HR

1

 

 

1

581930 - HEALTH: MKSD:BAKUBUNG CLINIC:7DAY 12HR SE

1

 

 

1

581942 - HEALTH: MKSD:BOIKANYO CLINIC:SUPPORT SERV

1

 

 

1

581978 - HEALTH: MKSD:LESETLHENG CLINIC:SUPPORT SE

1

 

 

1

581986 - HEALTH: MKSD:LINCWE CLINIC:7DAY12HR SERVI

1

 

 

1

582010 - HEALTH: MKSD:MOLORWE CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVI

1

 

 

1

582018 - HEALTH: MKSD:MONONONO CLINIC:SUPPORT SERV

1

 

 

1

582030 - HEALTH: MKSD:MORULENG CLINIC:SUPPORT SERV

1

 

 

1

582038 - HEALTH: MKSD:MOTLHABE CLINIC:7DAY12HR SER

1

 

 

1

582050 - HEALTH: MKSD:NEO CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVICES

1

 

 

1

582086 - HEALTH: MKSD:SANDFONTEIN CLINIC:7DAY12HR

1

 

 

1

582098 - HEALTH: MKSD:TSHIRILETSO CLINIC:SUPPORT S

1

 

 

1

582106 - HEALTH: MKSD:VARKVLEI CLINIC:SUPPORT SERV

1

 

 

1

582114 - HEALTH: MKSD:VLAKPLAAS CLINIC:SUPPORT SER

1

 

 

1

591768 - HEALTH: BRAKLAAGTE CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVICE

1

 

 

1

591800 - HEALTH: GOPANE CLINIC:7DAY 12HR SERVICE

1

 

 

1

591804 - HEALTH: GOPANE CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVICES

1

 

 

1

592608 - HEALTH: GANALAAGTE CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVICE

1

 

 

1

592632 - HEALTH: KUNANA CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVICES

1

 

 

1

592640 - HEALTH: MOFUFUTSO CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVICES

1

 

 

1

592678 - HEALTH: LETSOPA CLINIC:7DAY12HR SERVICES

1

 

 

1

600703 - HEALTH: MAJARA SEPHAPHU CLINIC SUPPORT SE

1

 

 

1

600709 - HEALTH: MARCUS ZENZILE CLINIC SUPPORT SER

1

 

 

1

600758 - HEALTH: MSD:KHUMA CLINIC:SUPPORT SERVICES

1

 

 

1

602290 - HEALTH: VENTERSDORP SD:DOORNKOP CLIN SUPP

1

 

 

1

613116 - HEALTH: LEKWA TSD:UTLWANENG CLINIC SUPPOR

1

 

 

1

Northern Cape

88

 

 

88

CLINIC

87

 

 

87

380779 - R5 DHS:BENDEL CLINIC

1

 

 

1

380808 - R5 DHS:GATEWAY CLINIC

1

 

 

1

380835 - R5 DHS:DITHAKONG CLINIC

1

 

 

1

380876 - R5 DHS:METSIMANTSI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

380878 - R5 DHS:PADSTOW CLINIC

1

 

 

1

380880 - R5 DHS:RUSFONTEIN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

380882 - R5 DHS:TSINENG CLINIC

2

 

 

2

380912 - R5 DHS:SEODING CLINIC

1

 

 

1

389331 - R5 DHS:HEUNINGVLEI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971143 - R7 DHS:GROOT MIER CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971149 - R5 DHS:KURUMAN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971154 - R5 PHC:OLIFANTSHOEK-CLINIC

2

 

 

2

971171 - R6 DHS:LEHLOHONOLO ADAMS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971207 - R8 DHS:SANDDRIFT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971210 - R7 DHS:KENHARDT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971211 - R8 DHS:POFADDER CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971238 - R6 DHS:CARNARVON CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971239 - R8 DHS:NIEUWOUDTVILLE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971240 - R6 DHS:VANWYKSVLEI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971259 - R8 DHS:STEINKOPF CLINIC

3

 

 

3

971279 - R6 DHS:NOUPOORT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971282 - R6 DHS:PRIESKA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971285 - R6 DHS:LOWRYVILLE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971298 - R6 DHS:HOPETOWN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971299 - R6 DHS:RICHMOND CLINIC

2

 

 

2

971300 - R6 DHS:MARYDALE CLINIC

3

 

 

3

971301 - R6 DHS:BRITSTOWN CLINIC

2

 

 

2

971302 - R6 DHS:HANOVER CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971305 - R6 DHS:PETRUSVILLE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971344 - R7 DHS:RIEMVASMAAK CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971345 - R7 DHS:PHILANDERSBRON CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971370 - R7 DHS:MARCHAND CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971384 - R7 DHS:LUTZBURG CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971408 - R7 DHS:GROOTDRINK CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971420 - R6 DHS:DE AAR TOWN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971422 - R6 DHS:VICT.WEST CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971425 - R8 DHS:GARIES CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971427 - R8 DHS:KAMIESKROON:CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971435 - R6 DHS:NIEKERKSHOOP CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971436 - R6 DHS:DE AAR CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971446 - R5 DHS:KATHU CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971447 - R5 DHS:DIBENG CLINIC

2

 

 

2

971477 - R6 DHS:NORVALSPOND CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971494 - R8 DHS:KOMAGGAS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

971508 - R6 DHS:NOUPOORT-EUREKAVILLE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

972046 - R7 DHS:BRANDBOOM CLINIC

1

 

 

1

972084 - R4 DHS:MADOYLE CLINIC

3

 

 

3

972319 - R7 DHS:WEGDRAAI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

973003 - R4 DHS:MATALENG CLINIC

1

 

 

1

973004 - R4 DHS:DE BEERSHOOGTE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

973005 - R4 DHS:WINDSORTON CLINIC

1

 

 

1

973007 - R4 DHS:LONGLANDS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

973019 - R4 DHS:GREENPOINT CLINIC

1

 

 

1

973022 - R4 DHS:MASAKHANE CLINIC

3

 

 

3

973023 - R4 DHS:BETTY GAETSEWE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

973027 - R4 DHS:PLATFONTEIN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

973029 - R4 DHS:PHUTHANANG CLINIC

2

 

 

2

973030 - R6 DHS:KUYASA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974002 - R8 DHS:PELLA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974004 - R8 DHS:HONDEKLIPBAAI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974007 - R8 DHS:LELIEFONTEIN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974030 - R7 DHS:LEERKRANS CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974065 - R4 DHS DELPORTSHOOP CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974068 - R8 DHS:LOERIESFONTEIN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974071 - R8 DHS:LEKKERSING CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974073 - R6 DHS:K.E.TWANI_CLINIC

2

 

 

2

974074 - R6 DHS:STRYDENBURG CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974077 - R6 DHS:ETHEMBENI CLINIC

2

 

 

2

974083 - R4 DHS:MOTHIBI CLINIC

1

 

 

1

974085 - R6 DHS:MASIBAMBANE CLINIC

2

 

 

2

DIVISION

1

 

 

1

971379 - R2 KH: DIVISION CLINICAL ENGINEERING & TE

1

 

 

1

Western Cape

15

 

 

15

CLINIC

12

 

 

12

50107 - SARON CLINIC

1

 

 

1

50109 - GOUDA CLINIC

1

 

 

1

50115 - PHOLA PARK CLINIC

1

 

 

1

50117 - JJ DUPRE LE ROUX CLINIC

1

 

 

1

50118 - KLEIN NEDERBERG CLINIC

2

 

 

2

50119 - KLEIN DRAKENSTEIN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

50216 - SOMERSETSTR MARIA PIETERSE CLINIC

1

 

 

1

50310 - BERGSIG CLINIC

1

 

 

1

70123 - EXCESS MELKFONTEIN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

80513 - CLINIC PLETTENBERG BAY

1

 

 

1

80707 - OUDTSHOORN DORP CLINIC

1

 

 

1

PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL

1

 

 

1

640307 - NEURO CLINIC Q STIKLAND HOSPITAL

1

 

 

1

SECTION

2

 

 

2

740189 - MAINTENANCE & CLINICAL ENGINEERING PAARL

1

 

 

1

80423 - TOUWSRANTEN CLINIC

1

 

 

1

Grand Total

691

2

10

703

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2910

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Paulsen, Mr N M to ask the Minister of Health

Did any facilities at Holy Cross Hospital in Flagstaff, Eastern Cape, not have running water at any point since 1 January 2018; if so, (a)(i) why and (ii) what is being done to resolve the matter and (b) what number of doctors are on duty in each shift at the hospital?

Reply:

Holy Cross Hospital Administrator, Mr Qhinga on the 25th October 2018 said that he has been at the facility since July 2018 and there was no water problem at the facility at any point between the time of his arrival there or at the present moment. Neither were there any issues reported before his arrival.

Regarding the doctors, he confirmed that they have 8 doctors of which 2 left in September 2018 and they are in the process of replacing them. There are currently only 6 doctors at the facility.

With regards to shifts, there are no issues at present, the doctors work day shifts and are on all call in the evenings and on weekends.

Holy Cross Hospital Quality Assurance Officer, Sister Lupondo was also contacted on the 25th October 2018 and she indicated that there are no issues with water at the facility. She also indicated that there are eight (8) doctors at the facility and that they do not have any issues with shifts.

The above information was also corroborated by the Eastern Cape Department of Health General Manager for Infrastructure, Mr Tuswa; the Eastern Cape Department of Health Director of Maintenance Mr Lamkelo Mdingi; as well as the Eastern Cape Department of Health Chief QS and Portfolio Manager for the OR Tambo District Municipality, Mr Theo Rugeiyamu.

 

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2904

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Xalisa, Mr Z R to ask the Minister of Health

(a) What is the total number of (i) gowns and (ii) bed linen that the Madadeni Hospital in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal have, (b) is the current supply of gowns and linen enough, (c) what number of staff are on duty in each shift and (d) what is the designation of each staff member who is on duty in each shift at the hospital?

Reply:

  1. The following table reflects the details in this regard
   

Linen Item

Quantity

 

(i)

Gowns

2,596

       
 

(ii)

Bed Sheets

5,619

   

Pillow Slips

6,210

   

Bed sheets

2,490

   

Blankets

2,226

(b) Yes

(c)

Day Shift

Night Shift

 

69

45

(d)

Ward

Operational Manager

Day Shift

Night Shift

     

Professional Nurses

Enrolled Nurses

Enrolled Nurses Assistants

Professional Nurses

Enrolled Nurses

Enrolled Nurses Assistants

 

ICU

1

7

1

0

3

1

0

 

Casualty

1

7

3

0

5

2

0

 

Operating theatre

1

12

4

2

2

1

1

 

Female Medical Wards

1

2

3

5

3

3

4

 

Surgical Wards

1

2

2

4

1

2

4

 

Orthopaedics

1

3

2

4

1

2

4

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2836

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

With reference to his reply to question 261 on March 2017, what are the details of the postal services provided by the SA Post Office to the residents of (a) Kidd’s Beach and (b) Seavale in the Eastern Cape?

Reply:

I have been informed by SAPO as follows:

     

  1. Kidds Beach

Kidd’s Beach was an Agency which closed down because the owner no longer wished to provide postal services. The post boxes have remained in the same location and continue being serviced.

A new shopping centre is in the process of being built. SAPO has approached one of the tenants and negotiations are currently underway to establish an Agency.

  1. Seavale

There are no postal outlets at Seavale. Some of the residents of Seavale have their post boxes at Kidd’s Beach. Mail for street delivery are left in a box for some of the residents at a shop.

Currently, ownership of the shop is changing and SAPO will make arrangements with the new owner in the interim. SAPO intends to introduce street delivery in Seavale.

Approved/ not approved

Dr Siyabonga Cwele, MP

Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services

Date:

05 November 2018 - NW2207

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Mulder, Dr CP to ask the Minister of Small Business Development

(1)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) 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 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. Only one SMS member did not declare their interest as required during the 2017/18 financial year.

(1)(a) The Department is awaiting reasons for non-compliance to the eDisclosure requirements from the SMS member.

(1)(b) One SMS member.

(1)(c)(i)&(ii) As per the PoPI Act, the Department is unable to provide the details as requested.

(2) Consequence management is taken very seriously within the Department. In line with this view the noncompliant SMS member has been furnished with a letter requesting the member to furnish the Accounting Authority with reasons as to why a formal disciplinary process should not be instituted. This process is ongoing and should be concluded by the end of October 2018. Furthermore, following the conclusion of the eDisclosure process the Public Service Committee (PSC) provides comprehensive feedback to the Director General on the status of compliance by all designated officials within the Department. This report highlights the inconsistencies that were picked up in the process of declaration by designated members. The Director General then effects disciplinary measures, where necessary, to address the issues raised by the PSC. To date, the PSC has not provided the feedback on the 2017/18 declarations.

(3)(a) Zero.

(3)(b) Zero.

(4) Not applicable.

05 November 2018 - NW2511

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Communications

What (a) is the nature of complaint GAU2882/18 lodged with the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa and (b) steps has her department taken to (i) address the specified complaint and (ii) provide feedback to the complainant?

Reply:

(a) ICASA received a complaint from Mr. Kobus van Zyl (the complainant) on 06 August 2018 wherein he mentioned that he has a fault complaint against Telkom. He indicated that his Telkom line had fault and was reported to MWEB on the 26 July 2018 and ref number MWB8173751 was allocated to his complaint. The relief sought by the complainant was to have a stable ADSL connection and that there must be no noise on the ADSL line.

(b) The complaint was acknowledged and escalated to Telkom for a response on 07 August 2018 in line with the End-User and Subscriber Service Charter Regulations of April 2016 (Regulations No.39898 of 2016). The complaint was allocated ref number GAU2882/18. Telkom was reminded of the pending matter on several occasions.

i) ICASA received a response from Telkom on the 11 September 2018 which was provided to the complainant on 12 September 2018. Telkom’s response confirmed the following:

  • that the fault was cleared and the line is repaired;
  • that the complainant confirmed that the line has been repaired;
  • that the credit amount of R175.72 has been arranged; and
  • that the complainant was advised of the outcome of his complaint.                                                                                                                       ii)  ICASA received a response from the complainant on 12 September 2018, acknowledging the resolution of his complaint.
  • ICASA is in the process of investigating Telkom’s non-compliance to the requirements of section 12 of the End-User and Subscriber Service Charter Regulations.
  • Mr Van Zyl will be appraised of the outcome of ICASA’s investigation and possible way-forward.

05 November 2018 - NW407

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Mokoena, Mr L to ask the Minister of Health

(a) What (i) is the total number of clinics in the country that offer maternity services and (ii) is the name of each clinic and (b) of those clinics, how many have fully functional maternity services?

Reply:

  1. (i) Three Thousand One Hundred and Eighteen (3,118) clinics offer maternity services;

(ii) Names of clinics are attached in the Annexure 1.

  1. All clinics have fully functional maternity services.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2867

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Kopane, Ms SP to ask the Minister of Health

Whether a certain person (name furnished) employed at the Komani Psychiatric Hospital in Queenstown in the Eastern Cape met the stipulated qualifications of the advertised post at the time of the specified person’s appointment?

Reply:

No allegations of corruption and/or maladministration were brought against Ms Nosisana Toni in the period 2014 to date.

 

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2909

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Mashabela, Ms N to ask the Minister of Health

What number of doctors are on duty in each shift at Mamelodi Hospital in Pretoria, Gauteng?

Reply:

The following table reflects the details in this regard

Table 1.

Number of doctors on duty

Specialists on duty

Weekday shift

Week night shift

Weekend night shift

Weekend night

Weekday shifts

Night/Weekend shifts

49

13

13

13

16

9

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2900

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Mashabela, Ms N to ask the Minister of Health

What number of doctors are currently and optimally on duty after hours at the Lilian Ngoyi Community Clinic in Diepkloof, Gauteng?

Reply:

After hours from 16h00-20h00 there are two (2) Internship doctors and one (1) Medical Officer and from 20h00-08h00 the following day there is one (1) Internship doctor and one (1) Medical Officer.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2913

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Mkhaliphi, Ms HO to ask the Minister of Health

(1) Are patients of Noodgesig Clinic in Johannesburg, Gauteng, currently being (a) placed and (b) examined at the local SA Police Service station; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (i) why are patients being attended to at a police station and (ii) on what date did the patients start to be examined at the police station; (2) Will a permanent facility be found and used as a clinic instead of the police station?

Reply:

(1) (i) (a)-(b) No patients at Noordgesig Clinic are examined at the local south African Police Service Station.

(ii) The patients were temporarily seen at a satellite clinic which was at the fron portion of the Police Station and at the Community Centre. this was during the construction of the Clinic. The construction started in July 2015 and the clinic started operating from the new brick and mortar building in March 2018.

(2) The current building is a permanent brick and mortar structure.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2865

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Kopane, Ms SP to ask the Minister of Health

Whether he has found that there are physiotherapists or any other medical health care practitioners who are receiving a salary from Komani Psychiatric Hospital while also being in the employ and/or receiving a salary from another organisation; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

Yes , the details of the staff approved for Remunerative Work Outside the Public Service (RWOPS) are as follows:

 

Name

DESIGNATION

1.

Mr T Mahoje

Physiotherapist

2.

Ms Pikili

Social Worker

3.

Ms N Peterson

Occupational Therapist

4.

Ms Maqela

Clinical Psychologist

5.

Ms N Salman

Clinical Psychologist

6.

Dr T Seshoka

Specialist Psychiatrist

7.

Dr Shrestha

Medical Officer

8.

Mrs Sharma

Pharmacist

9.

Mr Pal

Pharmacist

END.

05 November 2018 - NW1341

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Kopane, Ms SP to ask the Minister of Health

Since the induction of the Cuban doctor training programme, what (a) amount has each province spent on the training of doctors in the specified programme in each financial year, (b) number of students (i) have been sent for training in each financial year, (ii) have completed the training programme, (iii) have returned to South Africa to complete their studies and (iv) have completed their studies and (c) number of the specified students are currently practising as doctors in the country?

Reply:

(a) The total amount spent since inception is R3,524,271,735.00

(b) (i) The following tables reflect the details in this regard

Table 1: National Profile of Recruitment of students from 1997 – 2011

Province

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

EC

0

9

0

10

0

11

10

15

25

0

23

10

0

10

12

135

FS

0

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

GP

0

10

10

10

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10

40

KZN

0

21

21

21

25

10

0

0

0

0

20

10

15

14

12

169

LP

0

0

11

0

23

0

0

10

35

35

20

10

23

16

10

193

MP

9

12

0

0

0

15

0

0

0

0

15

10

11

15

12

99

NC

0

0

0

0

2

5

10

0

15

0

0

10

0

10

12

64

NW

0

10

18

22

21

0

2-

15

0

0

0

10

26

15

12

151

Total

9

67

60

63

71

41

22

40

75

35

78

60

75

80

80

856

Table 1: National Profile of Students recruited between 2012-2016

Province

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Total

EC

93

105

93

10

0

301

FS

181

20

10

0

0

211

GP

94

116

138

112

1

461

KZN

346

304

96

24

0

770

LP

40

108

110

110

0

368

Mpu

91

10

10

100

10

131

NC

38

44

27

30

0

139

NW

93

176

127

35

0

431

Total

976

883

611

421

11

2,902

(ii) 657 are qualified medical doctors

(iii) 800 (88 returned from Cuba in July 2017 and are doing final clinical training) and 712 returned from Cuba in July 2018 and doing six months’ orientation programme) are back in South Africa for integration and final clinical training in South African Health and Medical Education Systems

(iv) 657

(c) 657.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2863

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Stander, Ms T to ask the Minister of Health

(1)What number of beds does the Komani Psychiatric Hospital in Queenstown in the Eastern Cape currently have; (2) what number of (a)(i) psychiatric care professionals, (ii) physiotherapists, (iii) professional nurses and (iv) nursing assistants are currently employed at the specified hospital on a (aa) permanent and/or (bb) part-time basis and (b) vacancies currently exist in each case?

Reply:

  1. Komani Psychiatric Hospital has four hundred and forty (440) beds.
  2. The following table reflects the details in this regard:

Post details

Current Organogram

 

Total posts

Total occupied posts

Total vacancies

Head: Clinical Psychiatry

1

1

0

Chief Physiotherapists

1

0

1

Specialists

2

0

2

Clinical Psychologists

4

4

0

Social Workers

5

5

0

Pharmacists

4

2

2

Occupational Therapists

3

2

1

Physiotherapists

1

1

0

Professional Nurses (Specialty)

57

10

47

Professional Nurse (General)

193

74

119

Nursing Assistant

166

77

89

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2896

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Mathys, Ms L to ask the Minister of Health

Has there ever been an independent assessment of the performance of the National Department of Health; if so, (a) by whom and (b) what were the outcomes?

Reply:

Several assessments have been done on the National Department of Health (NDOH) and its work including:

  1. The following organisations and Ministerial Task Teams have done assessments on the NDOH:
  1. The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA);
  2. The Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA);
  3. The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Ministerial Task Teams;
  4. Health Systems Trust (HST)
  1. (i) An external assessment of the NDOH human resources structure and organogram was done by the DPSA. This assessment led to the approved current approved structure, and currently the NDOH is engaging the DPSA on the proposed NHI restructuring;

(ii) The AGSA annual assessments of performance information of human resources, finance, information technology and procurement systems management and adherence to required regulations and prescripts. The NDOH develops and implements and improvement action for each audit, such that it has obtained and unqualified financial audit from 2010 to 2017. For performance information several investments have been made to facilitate improvement in performance in the NDOH and the health sector. Key initiatives include implementation of the health patient registration system (HPRS);

(iii) Evaluations and assessments are often conducted for new initiatives introduced by the NDOH in the provinces, e.g the NHI pilot initiatives. With regards to the latter annual assessments have been done by independent organisations such as CHAI and CDC. Assessments are also done by expert committees established by the Minister, e.g the Ministerial Task Team I appointed in July 2015 to investigate the allegations of mismanagement, poor service delivery and unacceptable conditions in hospitals;

  1. Annual reviews of various components of the health system are done annually and published in the South African Health Review (SAHR). This has been done since 1995, and contents are written by health policy systems research experts. The SAHR is an accredited journal which covers a range of topics including policy, legislation, health systems, diseases, finance human resources, leadership, governance and others. This publication is unique to the health sector in South Africa, and is accessible at the HST website:.

http/www.hst.org.za/publications/Pages/HSTSouthAfricanHealthReview.aspx

 

       

END.

05 November 2018 - NW251

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Health

What is the (a) bed turnover rate at each hospital and (b)(i) national and (ii) provincial breakdown of the bed turnover since 2008?

Reply:

The attached Annexure A, Annexure B and Annexure C contain the details in this regard.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2908

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Mathys, Ms L to ask the Minister of Health

Whether he has been informed of faulty elevator lights, faulty air conditioning equipment and exposed wires at Themba Hospital in Mbombela, Mpumalanga; if so, what steps is his department taking to address these issues?

Reply:

According to the Mpumalanga Provincial Department of Health, the bulbs in the lifts are often vandalised or removed for theft. As a temporary measure, the Department has installed the fluorescent bulbs to avoid theft as they are not prone to theft.

Air-conditioning equipment are out of order. However the maintenance contractor is on-site and is being assisted by the manufacturer of air-cons (Samsung) to install new parts.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2220

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Maesela, Dr P to ask the Minister of Health

Whether, with reference to the Life Esidimeni tragedy, there are still mental health patients who are under the care of nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) in the country; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what is the total number of patients under the care of NGOs, (b) what is the competency level of the NGOs that provide care, (c) what monitoring systems are used to ensure the quality of care provided by the NGOs?

Reply:

Yes. There are mental health patients under the care of NGOs.

(a) The attached table provides information per province on the NGOs that are licensed to care for mental health patients and the total number each NGO is licensed for.

(b) The NGOs that provide care are “licensed” by provinces in terms of General Mental Health Care Act, Regulations 43.

(c) The following are the systems used by Provinces to monitor the NGOs:

  1. Monthly verification of services that are provided;
  2. Quarterly monitoring visits by District Mental Health Coordinators;
  3. Random monitoring visits by the District Teams;
  4. Annual inspections as mandated by the General Mental Health Regulations, which is linked to the process of annual renewal or withdrawal of the license; and
  5. Investigation of complaints.

END.

05 November 2018 - NW2862

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Stander, Ms T to ask the Minister of Health

(1)What was the budget allocated to the Komani Psychiatric Hospital in Queenstown in the Eastern Cape for the (a) 2014-15, (b) 2015-16, (c) 2017-18 and (d) 2018-19 financial years; (2) were all established psychiatric care services that the specified hospital should offer funded; if not, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

  1. The following table reflects the details in this regard

Financial Year

Amount

2014-15

R117,662,317

2015-16

R124,481,884

2016-17

R187,623,537

2017-18

R190,857,000

2. Yes, all established psychiatric care services that Komani Hospital should offer were funded.

END.

02 November 2018 - NW3053

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

(1). What progress has been made in the project to turn the late Mrs Winnie Mandela’s home in Brandfort into a museum; (2). what (a) amount has been spent on the project to date and (b) are the projected costs; (3). whether any steps have been taken to retrieve the funds lost and wasted on the project; if not, why not; if so, what steps

Reply:

1. My department appointed an Implementing Agent (IA) to turn the late Ms Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s Brandfort house into a museum. On 13 March 2018, the IA entered into a Service Level Agreement with my department for a total amount of R1 926 705.81.

After finalizing a detailed Project Implementation Plan (PIP) and the design, the IA issued a tender advertisement and the details are as follows:

Date of invitation: 10-Aug-18

Compulsory briefing meeting date: 13-Aug-18

Tender closing date: 31-Aug-18

Validity period lapsing 90 Days (31-Nov-18)

Four (4) prospective tenderers collected the documents and only two (2) tenderers returned their priced documents, and the IA adjudicated them.

The adjudicated tenderers were found to be non-responsive and their tender prices (R 2 529 806.07 & R 2 964 420.64, respectively) were much higher than the approved budget.

The Department is in the process of consulting and deciding on the best option between increasing the budget to accommodate the market price indications and appointing the cheapest of the above tenders on the one hand and increasing the budget to accommodate the market price indications and authorizing Risimati (IA) to re-advertise immediately for a shorter period in accordance with its tender policy and procedures on the other hand.

2. (a)A total amount of R 305 756.42 has been spent in the project so far.

(b) The projected costs to completion is R2 529 808.07

3. My department wrote a letter of demand to the previous IA, Independent Development Trust (IDT), requesting the return of R1 264 573.42 being the balance for the said project. DAC has also been joined in the ongoing legal proceedings with IDT and its service providers.

02 November 2018 - NW3142

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Moteka, Mr PG 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 from and (b) exported to South America in each of the past five years?

Reply:

(a) Imports

Top 5 imported manufacturing products from South America per year

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from South America

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from South America

2014

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from South America

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from South America

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from South America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Oil-cake and other solid of soya-bean oil

3 169

Oil-cake and other solid of soya-bean oil

2 738

Oil-cake and other solid of soya-bean oil

2 396

Oil-cake and other solid of soya-bean oil

2 969

Oil-cake and other solid of soya-bean oil

2 213

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles

1 498

Petroleum oils and oils

1 988

Original equipment components For road tractors

1 742

Original equipment components For road tractors

2 004

Original equipment components For road tractors

1 683

Cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose

1 378

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles

1 522

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles

1 421

Powered from an external source of electricity

1 389

Other Raw sugar not containing added flavouring or colouring matter:

1 242

For road tractors for semi-trailers

826

Original equipment components For road tractors

1 315

Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals, crude

1 365

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles

1 165

Unwrought Zinc

1 101

Petroleum oils and oils

663

Other, double-cab, of a vehicle

615

Unwrought Zinc

1 084

Unwrought Zinc

842

Other, double-cab, of a vehicle

906

Top 5 imported agricultural products from the South America per year

SA top 5 agricultural imports from South America

2013

SA top 5 agricultural imports from South America

2014

SA top 5 agricultural imports from South America

2015

SA top 5 agricultural imports from South America

2016

SA top 5 agricultural imports from South America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other wheat and meslin

908

Mechanically deboned meat

613

Other Maize (corn)

1 520

Other Maize (corn)

4 133

Mechanically deboned meat

1 334

Mechanically deboned meat

608

Other Soya beans, whether or not broken

306

Mechanically deboned meat

662

Other Soya beans, whether or not broken

1 474

Boneless cuts: Leg quarters

1 058

Other Meat and edible offal, of the poultry

342

Cuts and offal, frozen

266

Other Soya beans, whether or not broken

586

Dried kernels or grains fit for human

911

Boneless cuts:Breasts

438

Meat and edible offal, of the poultry

300

Meat and edible offal, of the poultry

258

Boneless cuts:Leg quarters

315

Maize (corn):Seed

695

Cuts and offal, frozen

276

Cuts and offal, frozen

253

Other Cuts and offal, frozen of Meat of the poultry

122

Boneless cuts: Breasts

311

Mechanically deboned meat

691

Other Guts, bladders and stomachs of animals

239

(b) Exports

Top 5 exported manufacturing products to South America per year

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to South America

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to South America

2014

SA top 5 Mining exports to South America

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to South America

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to South America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other Expanded beads

817

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles ( capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³)

856

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles (capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³)

2 383

Ferro-chromium containing

929

Other Herbicides, anti-sprouting products

565

Other Herbicides, anti-sprouting products

698

Other Herbicides, anti-sprouting products

676

Other Herbicides, anti-sprouting products

904

Other Herbicides, anti-sprouting products

624

Other Parts suitable for use solely or principally with the engines

284

Other Parts and accessories of the motor vehicles

540

Other Expanded beads

413

Other Ferro-alloys:

293

Other Motor cars (capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³)

539

Other Unsaturated Acyclic hydrocarbons

262

Other parts and accessories of bodies (including cabs)

435

Flat-rolled products of stainless steel (0,5 mm or more but not exceeding 1 mm:)

386

Coated or covered on one or on both sides with paint, enamel or plastics

234

Other Parts suitable for use solely or principally with the engines

317

Other Flat-rolled products of stainless steel ((0,5 mm or more but not exceeding 1 mm:),

259

Propylene copolymers

334

Flat-rolled products of stainless steel (exceeding 1 mm but less than 3 mm:),

341

Other Parts suitable for use solely or principally with the engines

231

Flat-rolled products of stainless steel,

256

Other Flat-rolled products of stainless steel (exceeding 1 mm but less than 3 mm:)

259

Top 5 exported Agricultural products to South America per year

SA top 5 agricultural export to South America

2013

SA top 5 agricultural export to South America

2014

SA top 5 agricultural export to South America

2015

SA top 5 agricultural export to South America

2016

SA top 5 agricultural export to South America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Grapes, fresh or dried

29

Grapes, fresh or dried

59

Grapes, fresh or dried

47

Other Vegetable saps and extracts

27

Grapes, fresh or dried

22

Vegetable seeds

15

Shelled Macadamia nuts

14

Vegetable seeds

8

Grapes, fresh or dried

27

Other Vegetable saps and extracts

15

Maize (corn): Seed

9

Other Seeds, fruits and spores, of a kind used for sowing:

11

Other Vegetable saps and extracts

5

Vegetable seeds

16

Vegetable seeds

12

Cotton Seed

8

Vegetable seeds

10

Shelled Macadamia nuts

4

Maize (corn): Seed

10

Other Of bovine animals, frozen:

10

Other Skins and other parts of birds

6

Other Skins and other parts of birds

5

Ambergris, castoreum, civet and musk;

4

Shelled Macadamia nuts

10

Maize (corn): Seed

9

Top 5 exported mining products to South America per year

SA top 5 mining Export to South America

2013

SA top 5 mining Export to South America

2014

SA top 5 mining Export to South America

2015

SA top 5 mining Export to South America

2016

SA top 5 mining Export to South America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Agglomerated Iron ores

669,49

Agglomerated Iron ores

683,73

Agglomerated Iron ores

469,36

Agglomerated Iron ores

283,62

Agglomerated Iron ores

749,95

Roasted ores

191,24

Roasted ores

161,55

Roasted ores

86,13

Roasted ores

103,26

Roasted ores

65,86

Bentonite

36,15

Bentonite

50,98

Bentonite

56,57

Bentonite

67,92

Bentonite

51,05

Mineral substances

5,00

Other coal

13,04

Other coal

37,08

Other coal

24,64

Other coal

10,12

Aluminium ores and concentrates

3,02

Natural borates

2,11

Kaolin and other kaolinic clays,

9,50

Natural borates

1,41

Natural magnesium carbonate

1,91

02 November 2018 - NW3099

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Steenhuisen, Mr JH to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

1. On what date did his department last conduct an audit of art work owned by Government; 2. whether any art works owned by the Government have gone missing (a) in each of the last five financial years and (b) since 1 April 2018; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. The art works owned by Government are not under my Department, but under the National Department of Public Works. Each Government Department is however, responsible for the art work in its possession, and the said art work must be recorded according to GRAP 103, as heritage assets.

My department performed audit on all assets in its possession, including Art works during asset verification in May 2018.

  1. No art work owned by my Department has gone missing in each of the last five years and since 1 April 2018.

02 November 2018 - NW3052

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Lekota, Mr M to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

(a). Which (i) authority and or (ii) officer-bearer was responsible for the decision to erect the statue of Leabua Jonathan in front of the building currently known as the Medfontein building in Bloemfontein, (b) what are the details of public consultations that took place prior to the decision being taken, (c) what are the costs involved in the erection of the statue, (d) were the costs budgeted for and what procurement processes was followed for the erection of the statue?

Reply:

 

REPLY:

(a)(i &ii). My department does not have any information on the erection of the statue of Leabua Jonathan in front of the building currently known as the Medfontein building in Bloemfontein, the department will contact the Provincial department requesting the said information and will forward it to parliament as soon as it is received from my counterpart (MEC) in the Provincial department.

It should, however, be noted that the decision to rename Medfontein Building after LeabuaJonathan was taken by the Mangaung Municipality, and that the national department of Arts and Culture did not play any role on that matter.

Furthermore, it should be noted that buildings within municipalities are managed by the said Municipality, hence, it is therefore within the relevant municipalities’ authority and responsibility to decide on the erection of the statue within its locality.

(b)(c)(d). My department has not been informed of the details of public consultations that took place prior to the decision to erect the statue of Leabua Jonathan in front of the building currently known as the Medfontein building in Bloemfontein, as well as the costs and budget thereof as this falls within the Mangaung Municipality.

The democracy and freedom we enjoy today was not only made possible by the efforts of South Africans alone. Our struggle was a humane struggle supported by progressive global community. Countries from the Southern African Development Community in particular paid the heaviest price. These countries were destabilized, their economies sabotaged and their territorial integrity violated on a number of occasions by the apartheid government.

To honour them in this manner amongst others, is a way of showing our appreciation to the contributions they have made in our struggle for freedom.

02 November 2018 - NW3143

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Matiase, Mr NS 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 from and (b) exported to Australia in each of the past five years?

Reply:

(a) Imports from Australia

Top 5 imported manufacturing products from Australia per year

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from Australia

2014

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from Australia

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from Australia

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from Australia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Aluminium oxide other than artificial corundum

5 155

Aluminium oxide other than artificial corundum

4 846

Aluminium oxide other than artificial corundum

5 543

Aluminium oxide other than artificial corundum

4060,7502

Aluminium oxide other than artificial corundum

5 818

Unwrought lead-Refined lead

319

Other Parts suitable for use solely or with the machinery

214

Unwrought lead-Refined lead

159

Unwrought lead-Refined lead

248

Unwrought lead-Refined lead

315

Parts of machinery

215

Diesel0electric locomotives

174

Games of skill or chance

133

Unwrought nickel- Nickel, not alloyed

228

Nickel, not alloyed

312

Parts of tramway locomotives

214

Unwrought lead-Refined lead

168

Mixing or kneading machines-Parts

132

Mixing or kneading machines-Parts

180

Zinc, not alloyed:

207

Mixing or kneading machines-Parts

207

Mixing or kneading machines-Parts

165

Other Parts suitable for use solely or principally with the machinery

100

Coke and semi coke of coal,

169

Parts- Mixing or kneading machines-Parts

134

Top 5 imported agricultural products from the Australia per year

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Australia

2013

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Australia

2014

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Australia

2015

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Australia

2016

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Australia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other wheat and meslin

464

Other Barley

231

Other wheat and meslin

340

Other wheat and meslin

221

Other Barley

148

Malt, not roasted Of barley

262

Malt, not roasted Of barley

208

Other Barley

276

Pure0bred breeding animals

143

Other wheat and meslin

82

Pure of bred breeding animals

86

Other wheat and meslin

180

Malt, not roasted Of barley

159

Edible offal of bovine animals, ,

67

Edible offal of bovine animals

77

Other Of bovine animals, frozen

66

Edible offal of bovine animals,

106

Pure0bred breeding animals

107

Other Of bovine animals, frozen

64

Other Horses

73

Guts, bladders and stomachs of animals

52

Pure0bred breeding animals

103

Edible offal of bovine animals

82

Guts, bladders and stomachs of animals

56

Other Of bovine animals, frozen

72

Top 5 imported mining products from the Australia per year

SA top 5 mining imports from the Australia

2013

SA top 5 mining imports from the Australia

2014

SA top 5 mining imports from the Australia

2015

SA top 5 mining imports from the Australia

2016

SA top 5 mining imports from the Australia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other coal

1 014

Other coal

1 140

Other coal

1 221

Other coal

1 396

Other coal

2 320

Bituminous coal

631

Bituminous coal

177

Bituminous coal

129

Bituminous coal

303

Bituminous coal

121

Titanium ores and concentrates

223

Manganese ores

68

Lead ores and concentrates

24

Other slag and ash,

33

Slag, dross of iron or steel

61

Natural magnesium carbonate

6

Other slag and ash,

26

Other slag and ash,

21

Mineral substances

3

Other slag and ash,

24

Other ores and concentrates: Other

1

Natural magnesium carbonate

13

Natural magnesium carbonate

7

Slag, dross of iron or steel

2

Natural magnesium carbonate

6

(b) Export to Australia

Top 5 exported manufacturing products to Australia per year

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the Australia

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the Australia

2014

SA top 5 Mining exports to the Australia

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the Australia

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the Australia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles (cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³:)

943

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles vehicles (cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³:)

2 074

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles, vehicles (cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³:)

2 954

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles (cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³:)

2 963

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles ( cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 3 000 cm³: )

2 204

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³: )

928

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles ( cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ )

891

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles ( cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ )

1 498

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles( cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ )

1 307

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles ( cylinder capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ )

998

Other sulphates of nickel

498

Motor cars and other motor vehicles (capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³)

528

Motor cars and other motor vehicles (capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³)

453

Motor cars and other motor vehicles (capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³)

330

Motor cars and other motor vehicles (capacity exceeding 1 500 cm³ but not exceeding 2 500 cm³)

861

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles including station wagons and racing cars

292

Other sulphates of nickel

384

Parts of Mixing or kneading machines

265

Coated or covered on one or on both sides with paint

325

Ferro-chromium

752

Parts of Mixing or kneading machines

211

Parts of Mixing or kneading machines

277

Coated or covered on one or on both sides with paint,

216

Parts of Mixing or kneading machines

242

Parts of Mixing or kneading machines

501

Top 5 exported Agricultural products to Australia per year

SA top 5 agricultural export to Australia

2013

SA top 5 agricultural export to Australia

2014

SA top 5 agricultural export to Australia

2015

SA top 5 agricultural export to Australia

2016

SA top 5 agricultural export to Australia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Apricots

23

Shelled Macadamia nuts

26

Shelled Macadamia nuts

38

Shelled Macadamia nuts

49

Peper neither crushed nor ground

59

Peper neither crushed nor ground

23

Peper neither crushed nor ground

20

Other Starches

28

Peper neither crushed nor ground

42

Grapes, fresh or dried

40

Other Starches

21

Other Starches

20

Apricots

25

Grapes, fresh or dried

39

Apricots

30

Grapes, fresh or dried

15

Grapes, fresh or dried

17

Peper neither crushed nor ground

23

Other Starches

39

Shelled Macadamia nuts

30

Shelled Macadamia nuts

14

Apricots

13

Other fruit

17

Apricots

27

Other Starches

28

Top 5 exported mining products to Australia per year

SA top 5 mining Export to Australia

2013

SA top 5 mining Export to Australia

2014

SA top 5 mining Export to Australia

2015

SA top 5 mining Export to Australia

2016

SA top 5 mining Export to Australia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other coal

1 014

Other coal

1 140

Other coal

1 221

Other coal

1 396

Other coal

2 320

Bituminous coal

631

Bituminous coal

177

Bituminous coal

129

Bituminous coal

303

Bituminous coal

121

Titanium ores and concentrates

223

Manganese ores and concentrates

68

Lead ores and concentrates

24

Other slag and ash,

33

Slag, dross of iron or steel

61

Natural magnesium carbonate

6

Other slag and ash,

26

Other slag and ash,

21

Mineral substances

3

Other slag and ash

24

Other ores and concentrates

1

Natural magnesium carbonate

13

Natural magnesium carbonate

7

Slag, dross of iron or steel

2

Natural magnesium carbonate

6

02 November 2018 - NW3102

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Maimane, Mr MA to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

Whether, since he served in Cabinet, he (a)(i) was ever influenced by any person and/or (ii) influenced any of his department’s employees to take any official administrative action on behalf of any (aa) member, (bb) employee and/or (cc) close associate of the Gupta family and/or (b) attended any meeting where any of the specified persons were present; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

(a)(i)(ii)(aa)(bb)(cc) Since appointed to serve in Cabinet from September of 2008 to date, I have never influenced any official of government nor was I ever influenced by any person to act in a particular manner that is against the law.

(b) I have never attended a meeting where the specified persons were present, however I was invited by this family in my capacity as the Minister of Police to attend a Diwali function, which was either in 2009 or 2010.

02 November 2018 - NW3145

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Sonti, Ms NP 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 from and (b) exported to (i) North and (ii) Central America in each of the past five years?

Reply:

 

(a) (i) Import from North America

Top 5 imported manufacturing products from the North America per year

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the North America

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the world

2014

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the North America

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the North America

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the North America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Telephones for cellular networks

1 923

Aeroplanes and other aircraft (mass exceeding 15 000 kg)

3 839

Aeroplanes and other aircraft (mass exceeding 15 000 kg)

4 661

Aeroplanes and other aircraft (mass exceeding 15 000 kg)

3 029

Aeroplanes and other aircraft (mass exceeding 15 000 kg)

4 204

Other: Medicaments or therapeutic

1 851

Other Dumpers designed for off-highway use

2 481

Other Medicament

2 171

Other Medicament

1 902

For motor vehicles for the transport of goods

1 927

Other Parts suitable for use solely or principally with the machinery

1 779

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles (capacity exceeding 2 500 cm³)

2 237

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles (capacity exceeding 2 500 cm³)

1 884

Other parts of aeroplanes or helicopters

1 805

Other parts of aeroplanes or helicopters

1 693

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles (capacity exceeding 2 500 cm³)

1 738

Other Parts suitable for use solely or principally with the machinery

1 700

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles (capacity exceeding 3000 cm³)

1 836

Other instruments and appliances (Medical)

1 699

Other Medicaments

1 606

Other Dumpers designed for off-highway use

1 419

Other: Medicament

1 636

Other Parts suitable for use solely or principally with the machinery

1 623

Other Machines for the reception,

1 597

Other instruments and appliances (Medical)

1 523

Top 5 imported agricultural products from the North America per year

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the North America

2013

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the world

2014

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the North America

2015

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the North America

2016

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the North America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other Wheat and meslin

307

Other Wheat and meslin

399

Other Wheat and meslin

732

Dried kernels or grains fit for human consumption

2 782

Leg quarters

622

Malt Of barley, Not roasted

250

Other nuts, fresh or dried Shelled

200

Other nuts, fresh or dried Shelled

246

Other Wheat and meslin

720

Other Wheat and meslin

311

Other Meat of swine, fresh, chilled or frozen

151

Seed

118

Other Meat of swine, fresh, chilled or frozen

166

Other nuts, fresh or dried Shelled

265

Dried kernels or grains fit for human consumption

244

Meat and of the poultry ,Cuts and offal, frozen

148

Other Guts, bladders and stomachs of animals

114

Other Maize (corn)

145

Seed

234

Other Maize (corn)

229

Other nuts, fresh or dried Shelled

112

Meat and of the poultry

91

Seed

106

Other Maize (corn)

205

Drumsticks

216

  1. (ii) Import from Central America

Top 5 imported manufacturing products from the Central America per year

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the Central America

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the Central America

2014

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the Central America

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the Central America

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from the Central America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Processors converters, logic circuits, amplifiers, clock and timing circuits, or other circuits

141

Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, crude

1 069

Other instruments and appliances (Medical)

61

Other instruments and appliances (Medical)

74

Cane sugar specified in Subheading Note 2 to this Chapter

248

Other Electronic integrated circuits

46

Other Cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose, in solid form

131

Distillate fuel, as defined in Additional

18

Other Instruments and appliances used in medical etc

34

Cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose, in solid form

161

Other instruments and appliances (Medical)

37

Processors converters, logic circuits, amplifiers, clock and timing

85

Other Instruments and appliances used in medical etc

17

Other Footwear, with outer soles of rubber, plastics, leather

19

Cane molasses

138

Parts and accessories of the machines of heading 84.71

34

Other instruments and appliances (Medical)

40

Other Footwear, with outer soles of rubber, plastics, leather

15

Sterilised surgical gowns

16

Other instruments and appliances

83

Electronic integrated circuits Memories

25

Other Electronic integrated circuits

36

Processors converters, logic circuits, amplifiers,

14

Undenatured ethyl alcohol of an alcoholic strength

15

Beet sugar

39

Top 5 imported agricultural products from the Central America per year

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the Central America

2013

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the Central America

2014

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the Central America

2015

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the Central America

2016

SA top 5 agricultural imports from the Central America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Of the species Coffea arabica, Not decaffeinated

45

Of the species Coffea arabica, Not decaffeinated

61

Of the species Coffea arabica, Not decaffeinated

74

Of the species Coffea arabica, Not decaffeinated

102

Of the species Coffea arabica, Not decaffeinated

107

Other Coffee Not decaffeinated

14

Other Coffee Not decaffeinated

9

Other Coffee Not decaffeinated

12

Other Coffee Not decaffeinated

15

Other Coffee Not decaffeinated

13

Nutmeg, mace and cardamoms Neither crushed nor ground

2

Nutmeg, mace and cardamoms Neither crushed nor ground

3

Nutmeg, mace and cardamoms Neither crushed nor ground

7

Vegetable seeds

6

Nutmeg, mace and cardamoms Neither crushed nor ground

9

Ground-nuts Shelled, whether or not broken

2

Of the species Coffea arabica, Decaffeinated

3

Vegetable seeds

3

Nutmeg, mace and cardamoms Neither crushed nor ground

5

Ground-nuts Shelled, whether or not broken

6

Vegetable seeds

1

Vegetable seeds

2

Sesamum seeds

1

Sesamum seeds

5

Sesamum seeds

6

(b) (i) Export to North America

Top 5 exported manufacturing products to North America per year

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the North America

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the North America

2014

SA top 5 Mining exports to the North America

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the world

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the North America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other motor cars and other motor vehicles for transport of persons

14 842

Other motor cars and other motor vehicles for transport of persons

13 297

Other motor cars and other motor vehicles for transport of persons

14 147

Other motor cars and other motor vehicles for transport of persons

14 687

Other motor cars and other motor vehicles for transport of persons

12 000

Ferro-alloys

2 758

C Ferro-alloys

3 529

Catalytic converters

4 251

Catalytic converters

4 615

Ferro-alloys

4 020

Catalytic converters

2 456

Catalytic converters

3 210

Ferro-alloys

2 177

Ferro-alloys

4 069

Aluminium, not alloyed

3 238

Other Acyclic hydrocarbons

1 855

Other Acyclic hydrocarbons

2 186

Other Acyclic hydrocarbons

1 919

Motor cars and other motor vehicles (cylinder capacity exceeding 3 000 cm³)

2 579

Other Motor cars and other motor vehicles (cylinder capacity exceeding 3 000 cm³)

3 147

Ferro-alloys

1 814

Containing by mass more than 2 per cent of carbon(Ferro-alloys)

1 966

aluminium alloys Not coated or covered with paint,

1 782

Aluminium alloys Not coated or covered with paint,

2 296

Catalytic converters of a kind used for motor vehicles

2 336

Top 5 exported Agricultural products to North America per year

SA top 5 agricultural export to the North America

2013

SA top 5 agricultural export to the North America

2014

SA top 5 agricultural export to the North America

2015

SA top 5 agricultural export to the North America

2016

SA top 5 agricultural export to the North America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other Maize (corn)

927

Fresh Citrus fruit

550

Fresh Citrus fruit

749

Fresh Citrus fruit

749

Shelled nuts, fresh or dried

722

Fresh Citrus fruit

487

Shelled nuts, fresh or dried

457

Shelled nuts, fresh or dried

659

Shelled nuts, fresh or dried

659

Fresh Citrus fruit

712

Shelled nuts, fresh or dried

323

Fresh Mandarins

165

Fresh Mandarins

286

Fresh Mandarins

286

Fresh Grapes

341

Dried Grapes, fresh or dried

175

Dried Grapes

154

Fresh Grapes

206

Fresh Grapes

206

Fresh Mandarins

268

Fresh Mandarins

102

Fresh Lemons

120

Dried Grapes

92

Dried Grapes

192

Dried Grapes

221

Top 5 exported mining products to North America per year

SA top 5 mining Export to North America

2013

SA top 5 mining Export to North America

2014

SA top 5 mining Export to North America

2015

SA top 5 mining Export to North America

2016

SA top 5 mining Export to North America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Dolomite, not calcined or sintered

0,48

Leucite; nepheline and nepheline syenite

0,54

Natural magnesium carbonate

2,56

Silica sand and quartz sand

4,68

Natural magnesium carbonate

5,07

Leucite; nepheline and nepheline syenite

0,47

Dolomite, not calcined or sintered

0,47

Dolomite, not calcined or sintered

0,63

Leucite; nepheline and nepheline syenite

1,04

Dolomite, not calcined or sintered

0,57

Other

0,13

Other

0,28

Leucite; nepheline and nepheline syenite

0,20

Dolomite, not calcined or sintered

0,59

Bentonite

0,18

Silica sand and quartz sand

0,09

Natural magnesium carbonate

0,18

Aluminium ores and concentrates

0,11

Other Mineral substances

0,32

Other Pebbles, gravel, broken

0,12

Chalk

0,07

Natural graphite In powder or in flakes

0,11

Other Pebbles, gravel, broken

0,09

Dust and powder Of diamonds

0,07

Natural graphite In powder or in flakes

0,07

(c) (ii) Export to Central America

Top 5 exported manufacturing products to Central America per year

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the Central America

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the Central America

2014

SA top 5 Mining exports to the Central America

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the Central America

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to the Central America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other, double-cab, of a vehicle

270

Residual fuel oils

279

Residual fuel oils

419

Residual fuel oils

451

Residual fuel oils

503

Distillate fuel

29

Other, double-cab, of a vehicle

57

Other, double-cab, of a vehicle

46

Other, double-cab, of a vehicle

265

Other, double-cab, of a vehicle

290

Flat-rolled products of stainless steel

13

Distillate fuel

24

Distillate fuel

33

Other machinery

56

Other Structures (excluding prefabricated buildings of heading 94.06)

141

Flat-rolled products

13

Other Equipment for scaffolding

13

Vodka In containers holding 2 li or less

20

Parts of Machinery

45

Other quipment for scaffolding,

38

Other motor cars and other motor vehicles

9

Flat-rolled products of stainless steel

10

Other Dumpers designed for off-highway use

13

Other Structures (excluding prefabricated buildings of heading 94.06)

44

Electrical transformers, static converters

38

Top 5 exported Agricultural products to Central America per year

SA top 5 agricultural export to the Central America

2013

SA top 5 agricultural export to the Central America

2014

SA top 5 agricultural export to the Central America

2015

SA top 5 agricultural export to the Central America

2016

SA top 5 agricultural export to the Central America

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other maize (corn)

3,34

Other cuts with bone in Meat of bovine animals, frozen

0,31

Other nuts, fresh or dried In shell

3,00

Psittaciformes (including parrots, parakeets, macaws and cockatoos)

1,23

Other nuts, fresh or dried In shell

3,77

nuts, fresh or dried In shell

1,43

Feathers of a kind used for stuffing; down

0,20

Feathers of a kind used for stuffing; down

0,03

Dried Grapes, fresh or dried

0,45

Dried Grapes

1,98

Fresh Citrus fruit

1,32

Other Meat and edible offal, of the poultry

0,03

Fruits of the genus PIMENTA

0,01

Other vegetables, fresh or chilled

0,07

Other live animals

0,13

Fresh Lemons (Citrus limon, Citrus )

0,30

Other Oranges

0,01

Onions and shallots

0,01

Other Plants and parts of plants of a kind used perfumery, in pharmacy or for insecticidal

0,04

Other Animal products not elsewhere specified

0,11

                   

Feathers of a kind used for stuffing; down

0,18

Other Potatoes, fresh or chilled

0,01

Other Ginger, saffron, turmeric

0,01

Cuts and offal, fresh or chilled

0,03

Other Plants and parts of plants of a kind used perfumery, in pharmacy or for insecticidal

0,02

02 November 2018 - NW3141

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN 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 from and (b) exported to Asia in each of the past five years?

Reply:

(a) Imports

Top 5 imported manufacturing products from Asia per year

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from Asia

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from Asia

2014

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from Asia

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from Asia

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing imports from Asia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Petroleum oils and oils bituminous minerals, crude

75 629

Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals,

81 062

petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals,

39 853

Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals,

41 583

Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals, crude

40 636

Distillate fuel,

35 583

Distillate fuel

41 889

Distillate fuel

36 689

Distillate fuel,

21 980

Distillate fuel,

34 619

Telephone for the cellular networks designed for use when carried in the hand or on the person

18 085

Telephone for the cellular networks designed for use when carried in the hand or on the person

20 434

Telephone for the cellular networks designed for use when carried in the hand or on the person

21 029

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles

19 773

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles

19 037

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles

11 316

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles

12 217

Original equipment components: For motor vehicles

13 364

Telephone for the cellular networks designed for use when carried in the hand or on the person

17 533

Other - Machines for the reception, conversion and transmission

16 881

Portable automatic data processing machines,

10 033

Portable automatic data processing machines,

10 876

Other - Machines for the reception, conversion

11 249

Other - Machines for the reception, conversion

16 016

Telephone for the cellular networks designed for use when carried in the hand or on the person

15 125

Top 5 imported agricultural products from Asia per year

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Asia

2013

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Asia

2014

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Asia

2015

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Asia

2016

SA top 5 agricultural imports from Asia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other wheat and meslin

2 023

Other wheat and meslin

4 419

Other wheat and meslin

4 767

Other Durum wheat

3 352

Other Durum wheat

3 812

Other: Meat and edible offal, of the poultry

1 674

Other: Meat and edible offal, of the poultry

2 156

Boneless cuts: Leg quarters

1 447

Boneless cuts: Leg quarters

1 781

Other Maize (corn)

749

Fresh or chilled Rib

393

Sunflower seeds, whether or not broken

597

Fresh or chilled Rib

532

Fresh or chilled Rib

579

Boneless cuts:Leg quarters

664

Not decaffeinated

211

Fresh or chilled Rib

454

Cuts and offal, frozen- Wings

363

Cuts and offal, frozen- Wings

508

Fresh or chilled Rib

511

Other Durum wheat

208

Other Durum wheat

341

Not decaffeinated

332

Boneless cuts: Drumsticks

400

Malt, not roasted Of barley

378

Top 5 imported mining products from Asia per year

SA top 5 mining imports from Asia

2013

SA top 5 mining imports from Asia

2014

SA top 5 mining imports from Asia

2015

SA top 5 mining imports from Asia

2016

SA top 5 mining imports from Asia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Portland cement: Other

636

Portland cement: Other

829

Sulphur of all kinds

573

Sulphur of all kinds

526

Sulphur of all kinds

685

Sulphur of all kinds

243

Sulphur of all kinds

548

Portland cement: Other

561

Portland cement: Other

226

Bituminous coal

336

Natural magnesium carbonate

146

Natural magnesium carbonate

125

Natural magnesium carbonate

146

Natural magnesium carbonate

200

Portland cement: Other

328

Anthracite

56

Anthracite

69

Anthracite

56

Quartz

41

Natural magnesium carbonate

189

Of diamonds

46

Of diamonds

39

Quartz

38

White cement,

40

Anthracite

111

b) Exports

Top 5 exported manufacturing products to Asia per year

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to Asia

2013

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to Asia

2014

SA top 5 Mining exports to Asia

2015

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to Asia

2016

SA top 5 manufacturing exports to Asia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Ferro-chromium

17 474

Ferro-chromium

20 430

Ferro-chromium

26 265

Ferro-chromium

30 628

Ferro-chromium

26 858

Aluminium, not alloyed

7 811

Aluminium, not alloyed

8 479

cars and other motor vehicles

7 787

Chemical wood pulp, dissolving grades

9 215

Chemical wood pulp, dissolving grades

8 615

Chemical wood pulp, dissolving grades

4 745

Chemical wood pulp, dissolving grades

6 116

Chemical wood pulp, dissolving grades

7 417

cars and other motor vehicles

6 181

cars and other motor vehicles

6 996

Other Waste and scrap of alloy steel:

4 035

Other cars and other motor vehicles

5 110

Aluminium, not alloyed

6 700

Aluminium, not alloyed

6 128

Aluminium, not alloyed

6 466

Copper waste and scrap

3 716

Waste and scrap of alloy steel:

3 653

Waste and scrap of alloy steel:

2 942

Other vehicles, with compression-ignition

3 221

Other vehicles, with compression

3 636

Top 5 exported Agricultural products to Asia per year

SA top 5 agricultural export to Asia

2013

SA top 5 agricultural export to Asia

2014

SA top 5 agricultural export to Asia

2015

SA top 5 agricultural export to Asia

2016

SA top 5 agricultural export to Asia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Other maize corn

3 080

Fresh oranges

2 814

Fresh oranges

3 300

Fresh oranges

3 967

Fresh oranges

4 755

HFresh oranges

2 143

Other maize corn

1 760

Fresh Lemons (Citrus limon, Citrus Limonum)

1 648

Fresh Lemons (Citrus limon, Citrus Limonum)

2 053

Other maize corn

2 385

Apples

1 111

Fresh Lemons

1 381

Almonds in shell

1 397

Apples

1 751

Fresh Lemons

2 059

Grapes, fresh or dried:

827

Maize (corn): Seed

1 095

Apples

1 348

Grapes, fresh or dried:

1 181

Almonds in shelll

1 670

Fresh Lemons

635

Almonds in shell

1 045

Grapes, fresh or dried:

1 079

Almonds in shell

1 111

Apples

1 662

Top 5 exported mining products to Asia per year

SA top 5 mining Export to Asia

2013

SA top 5 mining Export to Asia

2014

SA top 5 mining Export to Asia

2015

SA top 5 mining Export to Asia

2016

SA top 5 mining Export to Asia

2017

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

 

R' million

Agglomerated Iron ores and concentrates, including roasted iron pyrites

50 215

Agglomerated Iron ores and concentrates, including roasted iron pyrites

45 306

Bituminous coal

33 849

Bituminous coal

42 821

Bituminous coal

77 382

Bituminous coal

39 183

Bituminous coal

34 208

Agglomerated Iron ores

33 846

Agglomerated Iron ores

29 670

Agglomerated Iron ores

36 645

Non-agglomerated Iron ores and concentrates, including roasted iron pyrites

21 816

Non-agglomerated Iron ores and concentrates, including roasted iron pyrites

21 805

Unwrought or in powder form

19 028

Manganese ores and concentrates

17 284

Manganese ores and concentrates

28 248

                   

Platinum: Other

17 391

Manganese ores and concentrates,

14 570

Non-agglomerated Iron ores and concentrates, including roasted iron pyrites

14 297

Platinum: Other

17 081

Non-agglomerated Iron ores and concentrates, including roasted iron pyrites

17 994

Manganese ores and concentrates

12 313

Platinum: Other

12 742

Chromium ores and concentrates

12 708

Non-agglomerated Iron ores

16 241

Chromium ores and concentrates

17 173