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07 October 2019 - NW909

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Khanyile, Ms AT to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

(1) What total number of (a) hospitals in the Republic have birth registration systems and (b) birth registration systems are fully operational; (2) What total number of births were registered in the period 01 January 2018 to 01 January 2019 (3) Whether any plans have been put in place to accommodate different cultural practices surrounding births which are often the cause of late birth registrations; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

  1. (a) 391 health facilities.

(b) 165 health facilities.

2. 810 638 births registered within the period 01 January 2018 to 01 January 2019.

3. In terms of the Births and Deaths Registration Amendment Act No.18 of 2010, parents shall within 30 days after the birth of such child, give notice thereof in the prescribed manner, and in compliance with the specified requirements. There is however provision made as follows:

  • Those that fail to register birth within 30 days due to issues of culture can still register their birth through the late registration of birth process.
  • The Department has an existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Department of Health (DoH) to address concerns relating to birth registrations. The Department of Health through its healthcare facilities provides a list of mothers who are discharged prior to registering birth of their new-born children. The Departments of Home Affairs officials thereafter, utilises the list for follow up and register their births as a result.

 

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07 October 2019 - NW935

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Health

What (a) is the number of (i) national, (ii) provincial and (iii) local public health clinics in the City of Ekurhuleni, (b) number of staff members are employed at each specified facility, (c) are the hours of operation of each specified clinic, (d) type of services does each clinic offer and (e) mechanisms have been implemented at each clinic to eliminate long queues and waiting times?

Reply:

(a) The number of public health clinics

(i) National Facilities – None

(ii) Provincial Facilities – 16

(iii) City of Ekurhuleni – 77

(b) Number of staff members employed at each specified facility.

Please refer to Annexure A as requested list of staff members employed per Facility.

(c) Are the hours of operation of each specified clinic.

Please refer to Annexure B as requested list of hours operating of each Facility.

(d) Type of services does each clinic offer

Please refer to Annexure C as requested list of type of services each clinic provided.

(e) Mechanisms have been implemented at each clinic to eliminate long queues and waiting times.

  • Appointment system of patients visiting healthcare facilities in chronic and maternal and child health care streams are implemented.
  • District-wide consultations with stakeholders were conducted to get buy-in for waiting times Implementation Plan
  • Standardized waiting time tool is designed to measure the time the patients spend in the health facilities
  • Chronic Central Medicine Dispensing and Distribution is implemented (CCMDD), where stable chronic patients collect the medicines from the pick-up-points in the community that are convenient to them. In this way they do not have to wait in the queues in the clinics.
  • Guideline for waiting times of patients in health facilities is implemented.
  • Facilities will be visited on a regular basis to ensure that appropriate and effective measures are implemented.
  • Facilities are monitored to ensure that available protocols, guidelines and policies pertaining management and reduction of waiting time are adhered.
  • Provide feedback to all staff members on monthly basis on patient waiting times
  • Keeping track and monitoring Patient Waiting Time report for reference.

END.

07 October 2019 - NW887

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Singh, Mr N to ask the Minister of Health

Whether, given the current high costs of medicine and western medical treatments, he will consider the establishment of public/private partnerships as well as private Centers for Medical Innovation and Research in the Republic, whereby innovative and cost-effective traditional alternatives to conventional western medicine can, with the informed consent of the patients, be explored and developed by the SA Medical Professionals for the benefit of all the citizens; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

A significant proportion of the South African population use traditional medicine as part of primary healthcare. It is therefore important that government integrates traditional medicine as part of the mainstream western medicine.

As a first step in this direction, Parliament established the Traditional Health Practitioners Act, which regulates and recognises traditional health practice in South Africa. An interim Council has been was established which will regulate the practice of Traditional medicine in South Africa. The Council will register persons as practitioners that meet the requirements to be a Traditional Health Practitioner. Registered persons will be required to adhere to a code of conduct and practice guidelines.

In addition to the regulation of the practitioner we need to also understand the “medicine”. In many cases the medicine is a plant or a mixture of plants and other products recommended by the traditional practitioner for the treatment of an ailment. Understanding the composition of these products and more importantly the potential active ingredients that influence diseases is crucial.

Traditional medicines offer massive opportunity for the treatment of diseases especially in areas where western medicine has been ineffective in addressing diseases. The Medical Research Council has been investigating the potential that traditional medicine could offer. They have established a Herbal Drugs Research Unit.

The Herbal Drugs Research Unit, based at Tshwane University of Technology, uses modern scientific techniques to understand the true value of herbal-based traditional medicine (phytomedicines). The unit has developed extraction techniques that would contribute to the global understanding of how the “active ingredients” can be extracted from plant based materials. After the extraction of these “active ingredients” the unit also describes the chemical characteristics of the product and the plant. This information becomes part of a larger online database so that other researchers can also access information of such medicinal plants.

Government provides a platform across various sectors for research into ATM. This is through collaboration with institutions including the Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Agricultural Research Council (ARC), the Medicines Research Council (MRC), Department of Agriculture (DoA) as well as Department of Science and Technology (DST). Traditional medicine research is conducted at several institutions, facilitated by funding from government through the National Research Foundation (NRF), and other parastatal organisations as part of indigenous knowledge systems (IKSs). Flagship programmes are presently running in key institutions with a focus on medicinal plants for the development of immunomodulators, microbicides, anti-diabetic medicines, anti-tuberculosis medicines, antimalarial agents and anti-cancer medicines. Across other institutions, there is a focus on the research in ATM for antihypertensive, anti-diabetic, antimalarial, antimicrobial and anti-HIV medicines. This work would form the opportunity for public private partnership in the commercialisation of molecules that have shown pre-clinical potential.

END.

07 October 2019 - NW960

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Health

(1)With regard to a certain report (details furnished), (a) on what date was each brand of bread last tested and (b) which brands did not fully comply with ingredients stated on their packaging;

Reply:

1. (a) and (b) The referenced article does not report on a monitoring programme commissioned by the Department of Health. Ingredients that may be in bread are regulated under the Agricultural Products Standards Act, 1990 (Act No. 119 of 1990).

2. (a) and (b) The referenced article indicates that the African Centre for Biosafety conducted tests on white bread. The organisation has not shared the report nor their concerns with the Department. The article states that genetically modified soya was found in white bread. This is to be expected as the South African Government (Executive Council comprising eight (8) Departments as prescribed by the Genetically Modified Organisms Act, 1997 (Act No. 15 of 1997) has approved three genetically modified products. These are maize, soya, and cotton.

3. The Department of Health has regulations in place to cover certain aspects of labelling that the Foodstuffs, Cosmetics and Disinfectants Act, 1972 (Act No. 54 of 1972) mandates the Minister of Health to publish. The Regulations Relating to the Labelling of Foodstuffs Obtained through Certain Techniques of Genetic Modification (R 25 of 2004), requires mandatory labelling for genetically modified foodstuffs that are not substantially equivalent to the non-genetically modified conventional counterpart. Labelling is thus only required for genetically modified foodstuffs when they differ significantly from the conventional counterpart in terms of:

Composition, nutritional value, mode of storage, preparation or cooking;

i) If it contains an allergen

ii) or if derived from genes of human or animal.

iii) This is in conformance to the joint WHO/FAO Codex Alimentarius Commission, the international food labelling and safety standards setting body.

The Africa Centre for Biosafety has been at the forefront of campaigning for general labelling of genetically modified ingredients. The Department of Trade and Industry included provisions for such labelling in the Consumer Protection Act, 2008 (Act No. 68 of 2008). This covers the aspect of “the right to know” and not safety matters as per the Foodstuffs, Cosmetics & Disinfectants Act, 1972 (Act No. 54 of 1972), for which the Minister of Health is responsible. The Department of Health is not aware of any undue impact on health from genetically modified food as it participates in the country’s robust internationally bench marked approval system for Genetically Modified Organisms and foodstuffs derived therefrom.

END.

07 October 2019 - NW888

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Singh, Mr N to ask the Minister of Health

(1)Whether he has been informed of the allegations of corruption and racism at the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) regarding South African medical doctors who have foreign qualifications and who upon their return to the Republic find it difficult to engage with the HPCSA regarding the recognition of their foreign qualifications and to write their medical board exams (details furnished); if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details;

Reply:

  1. (a) No, I have not been informed of the allegations as stated above as the HPCSA management has only been made aware of the allegations of racism at a recent meeting held with representatives of some of these medical graduates;

b) The HPCSA has since advised the representatives to submit these allegations to the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) as they have a broad investigation by the SIU on similar allegations made against the HPCSA in general, as proclaimed by the President of the Republic;

c) The Registrar has since informed the SIU of these allegations and the representatives have been put into contact with the SIU;

d) The HPCSA, represented amongst others by the President and Registrar, has engaged extensively with the foreign qualified medical graduates, their parents and their lawyers at various levels, either at meetings both in Pretoria and Durban, as well as several email correspondences over the last few months; and

e) In assisting the foreign-qualified medical graduates, the HPCSA has arranged a new examination process that can accommodate more of the foreign-qualified medical graduates and more than 250 of these graduates have registered and have participated in these exams during the month of September 2019.

(2) Yes, in due course I will call a meeting between the department and Mr N Singh and representatives of the South African foreign qualified medical professionals. In the meantime, meetings between the representatives of the foreign-qualified medical graduates and the HPCSA have already taken place over the last few months. At the last meeting some agreements were reached, and a proposal has been made to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the HPCSA and the representatives of the foreign-qualified medical graduates so that rules of engagement could be developed and agreement be reached on how to address pertinent questions as they arise.

END.

07 October 2019 - NW573

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Nolutshungu, Ms N to ask the Minister of Transport

(1) What number of (a) security, (b) cleaning and (c) general worker personnel who work in buildings, facilities and all other infrastructure are employed through tenders obtained by their companies or third party service providers at (i) Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) and the (ii) Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa); (2) What total amount does Acsa and Prasa spend from their current budget on security, cleaning and general worker personnel who work in their buildings, facilities and all other infrastructure?

Reply:

Airports Company South Africa SOC Limited (ACSA)

(1) (a) Security

2008

1(b) cleaning (c) general worker personnel

1551

(2) Total amount

The FY 19/20 estimated spend for cleaning and general work is R 115 337 811.

The FY 19/20 estimated spend for security is R39 585 181.

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA):

  1. (ii) (a) Security personnel: 3,520

(b) Cleaning personnel: 2,479

(c) General worker personnel: 0

2. Security personnel:R278,4 million to date (remaining budget R389,7 million)

Cleaning service personnel: R91,2 million (remaining budget R174,9 million)

General worker personnel: R0

07 October 2019 - NW801

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Roos, Mr AC to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

With reference to the statement of the former Minister of Home Affairs wherein he announced that negotiations with certain countries (details furnished) were being finalised to conclude visa waiver agreements for ordinary passport holders, (a) what is the current status of visa waiver agreement negotiations in respect of certain countries (details furnished) and (b) by what date will the visa waiver agreements be finalised?

Reply:

(a) Visa waivers for ordinary passport holders were concluded with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, New Zealand, Cuba, Ghana, Sao Tome & Principe and Madagascar.

(b) Visa waivers with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE and New Zealand were implemented on 15 August 2019 and a visa waiver with Madagascar was implemented on 27 August 2019. The Department is currently discussing implementation modalities with Cuba, Ghana and Sao Tome & Principe. The expected date of implementation is dependent on the implementation modalities.

In respect of the remaining countries, South Africa is engaging them on issues of security and immigration concerns, which include but not limited to introduction of Movement Control Systems; establishment, upgrade and strengthening of National Civil Registry Systems; introduction of Information Systems to ensure the integrity of travel documents and guard against fraudulent documents; as well as the introduction of Advanced Passenger Profiling Systems. Furthermore, the Department will issue long-term multiple entry visas for a period of three years to frequent travellers from these countries in order to ease movement of travellers into South Africa for tourism, business and academic purposes while continuing engagements with these countries.

END

07 October 2019 - NW920

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Phillips, Ms C to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

Whether any raids/inspections have been carried out by immigration officials of his department in areas where violence is prevalent amongst illegal miners; if so, (a)(i) on what date and (ii) where were the raids carried out, (b) what total number of illegal immigrants (i) were arrested and (ii) have already been deported and (d) what is the average time frame between the arrest of an illegal immigrant and deportation?

Reply:

Any raids conducted against illegal miners (“Zama Zamas”) are led by specialised police units due to the dangers involved in illegal/ illicit mining and the heavily armed groups who oversee such activities. Illegal Mining or Illicit Mining relate to the mining of unwrought precious metals or uncut diamonds when such entity or person is not permitted, authorised and licensed to conduct such activity. The Department of Home Affairs will after the arrest of any suspects conduct verification of the immigration status.

From the available information, the record below should be noted.

(a)(i) Operations have been conducted for the period 1 April 2018 until 31 August 2019.

(a)(ii) Welkom

(b)(i) The number of illegal immigrants arrested resulted in 1275 successful prosecutions

(b)(ii) The number of illegal foreigners who were directly deported were 935 and those who were transferred to Lindela Holding Facility for deportation were 957.

(b)(iii) The average time for a person to be arrested and deported is

determined by how quickly the embassy/mission of the deportees issues their emergency travel documents. On average it takes up to 30 days.

 

END

07 October 2019 - NW891

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Chirwa, Ms NN to ask the Minister of Health

What is the national programme of action in addressing the staff and facility shortages in maternity wards around the country, which result in the avoidable instances of negligence and maternal and neonatal fatalities that cost the department millions in claims against it?

Reply:

The National Department of Health is working with the Ministerial Committees, the National Confidential Enquiry into Maternal deaths (NCCEMD) and the National Perinatal Mortality and Morbidity Committee (NaPeMMCo) to review the proposal on norms and standards as recommended by the International Federation of Obstetricians (FIGO). The provincial representatives in both committees are consulting with provincial managers to adapt the standards and norms to address staff and facility shortages in maternity wards across the country so that they fit the South African context. The pre final report together with the Saving Mothers, Saving Babies 2018 recommendations will be presented to the National Health Council in November 2019 for ratification and adoption.

END.

07 October 2019 - NW339

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Wilson, Ms ER to ask the Minister of Health

(a) What is the name of each prison facility that houses mental health patients who are not inmates, (b) what is the total number of patients who are housed at each facility, (c) what amount does the State contribute annually to each institution and (d) how does the department keep track of standard of care at each institution?

Reply:

According to the attached report from the Department of Correctional Services as at 1 August 2019, the name and total number of State patients housed at each facility is as follows:

REGION

CORRECTIONAL CENTRE

(a)

TOTAL NUMBER OF STATE PATIENTS

(b)

Eastern Cape

Grahamstown

5

 

King William's Town

9

 

East London Medium B

14

 

Mount Fletcher

5

 

Mthatha Remand

26

 

St Albans Medium A

28

Total

 

87

Gauteng

Kgoši Mampuru II Local

4

Total

 

4

Kwazulu Natal

Durban Med A

3

 

Qalakabusha

1

 

Ladysmith

4

 

Ncome Med A

3

 

Vryheid

10

 

Pietermaritzburg Medium A

10

 

Waterval Medium B

3

 

Newcastle

1

Total

 

35

REGION

CORRECTIONAL CENTRE

(a)

TOTAL NUMBER OF STATE PATIENTS

(b)

Limpopo Mpumalanga North West

Nelspruit

6

 

Ermelo

7

 

Potchefstroom

1

 

Witbank

3

Total

 

17

Free State Northern Cape

Grootvlei Medium A

29

 

Kimberley

10

Total

 

39

GRAND TOTAL

 

182

(c) The budget for prison facilities is allocated to the Department of Correctional Services

(d) The standard of care in prison facilities is monitored by the Department of Correctional Services

END.

07 October 2019 - NW902

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Roos, Mr AC to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

Whether he will engage with the executive mayors of metropolitan municipalities to conduct special operation raids to combat illegal immigration, as has been done recently in the City of Johannesburg; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Minister has engaged with municipal structures on matters of migration and will do so on a continuous basis.

Joint and special operations to combat illegal migration are planned and conducted by law enforcement agencies at national, provincial and local level through inter-governmental security structures. All metro municipalities are represented in local security, provincial and national structures such as the Provincial Joint Operational Structures (PROVJOINTS) and the National structure (NATJOINTS).

 

END

07 October 2019 - NW965

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Health

(a) What is the progress on the revamping of the Nessie Knight Hospital in Qumbu, Eastern Cape, (b) what total number of patients are being treated in the hospital as in-patients as at the latest date for which information is available, (c) on what date is it envisaged that the hospital renovations will be completed and (d) what is the total budget allocated for the renovations?

Reply:

a) The contract for the renovations of Nessie Knight Hospital project has been cancelled due to non-performance by the contractor on 15 March 2019. The progress at this stage is at 9% on the renovation works. The contract start date was 12 July 2018 with the contract value of R37,67 million and incurred expenditure of R1,04 million. Currently there is no work happening because the contractor has abandoned the site. The Eastern Cape Provincial Department of Health is in the process of facilitating the appointment of a replacement contractor; however, some emergency works have been implemented to ensure that hospital services and operations are not disrupted.

b) The latest total number of in-patients that have been treated in the hospital is 1 022. This is according to the end of August 2019 statistics.

c) The Eastern Cape Department of Health plans to have the substitute contractor by March 2020 with the anticipated project completion date of April 2021.

d) The total budget allocated for the renovation is R38 million.

END.

07 October 2019 - NW828

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Seitlholo, Mr IS to ask the Minister of Transport

Whether his department contributed any funding for the purchase of 200 new buses to be used to assist the North West Transport Investment (NTI) to deliver its contracted services; if so, (a) what amount did his department contribute, (b) from which budget category was the amount contributed and (c) what is the current status of the NTI’s fleet?

Reply:

No

(a) N/A

(b) N/A

(c) 235 fleet Size

07 October 2019 - NW910

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Khanyile, Ms AT to ask the Minister of Health

What is the total number of births that have been recorded at public health facilities since 1 January 2018?

Reply:

A total number of One Million Five Hundred and Sixty One Thousand and Seventy Seven (1,561,077) births have been recorded at public health facilities since 01 January 2018.

END.

07 October 2019 - NW889

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Chirwa, Ms NN to ask the Minister of Health

By what date will he institute an investigation into allegations of racial profiling raised by general practitioners to the Council for Medical Schemes that medical aid schemes do not pay them on the basis of racial discrimination?

Reply:

The Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) instituted an investigation into racial profiling by medical schemes on 16 May 2019, following allegations of racial profiling raised by General Practitioners, as directed by the Ministry of Health. The investigation is called the “Section 59 Investigation” in line with the Section in the Medical Schemes Act, 131 of 1998, which unpacks the charges by suppliers of service. The CMS on 25 June 2019 published the Terms of Reference for the Section 59 Investigation Panel in CMS Circular 45 of 2019. Circular 45 of 2019 is attached as Annexure A.

The Section 59 investigation is in terms of CMS’s regulatory mandate, under section 7(a)(b)(c)(d), 8(a) and (k) and 9(2) of the Medical Schemes Act, 131 of 1998. The CMS appointed an independent investigation panel chaired by Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi together with Advocates Adila Hassim and Kerry Williams. The investigation will examine allegations made by medical practitioners, that they are being treated unfairly, and their claims are being withheld by medical schemes based on their ethnicity and colour of their skin. The panel will ultimately make recommendations to the CMS in relation to addressing the complaints, the appropriate administrative, legal and policy interventions.

Accordingly in terms of the circular 45 above, Section 59 Investigation panel was to receive written submissions from interested parties until 19 July 2019, extended from 30 June 2019. Interviews and public hearings were to be conducted from 29 July 2019 to September 2019, and the final report is to be delivered by the Investigation Panel in November 2019.

A total of 75 submissions were received within the open period for submissions and 163 submissions were received after the closing date. All submissions were handed over to the Investigation Panel for further deliberations and scrutiny. To date the CMS held 2 sessions of hearings consisting of 9 days. Session 1 had 221 attendees and 9 stakeholders appeared before the Investigation Panel. The 9 stakeholders were:

  1. Solutionist Thinkers Group – 29 July 2019
  2. Competition Commission – 29 July 2019
  3. Council for Medical Schemes – 30 July 2019
  4. Board of Healthcare Funders of Southern Africa – 30 July 2019
  5. Health Professions Council of South Africa – 31 July 2019
  6. National Healthcare Professionals Association – 31 July 2019
  7. South African Medical Association – 1 August 2019
  8. Independent Practitioners Association Foundation – 1 August 2019
  9. Health Funders Association – 2 August 2019

Session 2 had 134 attendees and 10 stakeholders. The 10 stakeholders were:

  1. South African Private Practitioners Forum – 20 August 2019
  2. Independent Community Pharmacy Association – 20 August 2019
  3. Elsabe Klinck and Associates – 21 August 2019
  4. Health Man – 21 August 2019
  5. South African Medical and Dental Practitioners – 21 August 2019
  6. South African Optometric Association 23 August 2019
  7. Wim Trengove (SC) – 23 August 2019
  8. Dental Professions Association – 23 August 2019
  9. South African Society of Psychiatrists – 29 August 2019
  10. NHC Healthcare Centre – 29 August 2019

The next public hearings took place on the 25th, 26th and 27th September 2019 where individual complainants were heard. The dates of the 17th, 18th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th/25th October will be reserved for Medical Schemes and Administrators.

END.

07 October 2019 - NW633

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Transport

What (a) total amount has (i) his department and (ii) each of the entities reporting to him spent on (aa) cleaning, (bb) security and (cc) gardening services in the (aaa) 2017-18 and (bbb) 2018-19 financial years, (b) amount was paid to each service provider to provide each specified service and (c) total amount was paid to each of the service providers?

Reply:

(i)DEPARTMENT

Service rendered

(aaa) 2017 18

(bbb) 2018 19

(b)

(aa)Cleaning services

Phetha Trading Services

R 4 156 442.38

R5 245 786.25

Phetha Trading Services

R 9 402 228.63

(bb)Security services

Maduna Protection Services

R 2 995 924.26

Black Excellence Forensic Security Adv

R170 558.00

Maduna Protection Services

R 3 241 707.84

R 6 408 190.10

(cc)Gardening

Falls away

-

-

(c)Total

R7 152 366.64

R 8 658 052.09

R 1 810 418.73

SOUTH AFRICAN CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY (SACAA)

Below is the breakdown of the cleaning, security and garden service providers and the amounts spent on each for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 financial years.

  1. (ii)

(aa) - Cleaning

(bb) - Security

(cc) - Gardening

(aaa) - 2017/18

(bbb) - 2018/19

(aaa) - 2017/18

(bbb) - 2018/19

(aaa) - 2017/18

(bbb) - 2018/19

R 1 434 771

R 1 553 756

R 4 096 354

R 4 328 184

R 288 513

R 346 369

  1. and (c)

Cleaning

Security

Gardening

Supplier

Total

Supplier

Total

Supplier

Total

Servest

R 952 876

Fidelity

R 7 518 564

Amaloba

 

 

R 634 882

Afriboom

 

R 2 035 651

 

Secutronix

R 880 906

 

 

   

Chubb

R 25 068

 

 

Total

R 2 988 527

 

R 8 424 538

 

R 634 882

AIR TRAFFIC AND NAVIGATION SERVICES (ATNS)

Table : 1 Abridged Cleaning, Security & Gardening Expenses

Table : 2 Detailed Cleaning Expenses

Table : 3 Detailed Cleaning Material Expenses

Table: 4 Detailed Gardening Services

Table: 5 Detailed Security Expenses

AIPORTS COMPANY SOUTH AFRICA (ACSA)

Please see attached annexure A.

Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (CBRTA)

(a) (ii). The Cross-Border Road Transport Agency paid the following amounts in respect of cleaning and security expenses during the 2017/18 and 2018/19 financial years and had no gardening services payable.

Service rendered

(aaa) 2017 18

(bbb) 2018 19

TOTAL

Cleaning services

R 412,150.33

R 390,997.81

R 803,148.14

Security services

R 314,614.67

R 696,397.89

R 1,011,012.56

Gardening

-

-

 

Total

R 726,765.00

R 1,097,395.70

R 1,814,160.70

(b) and (c). Total amounts paid to each service provider for 2017/18 and 2018/19 were as follows:

Cleaning Expenses

Service Provider

Service rendered

FY 2017/18

FY 2018/19

Total Paid

Bidvest Steiner

Hygiene cleaning services

R 358,250.44

R 189,649.82

R 547,900.26

Tinthlari Steel Construction

Basement cleaning

R 53,899.89

R 42,339.99

R 96,239.88

Bantsetse General Plumbing and Construction (Pty) Ltd

Cleaning of windows and glass doors

-

R 19,008.00

R 19,008.00

Veda Business Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Cleaning of carpets and chairs

-

R 140,000.00

R 140,000.00

TOTAL

 

R 412,150.33

R 390,997.81

R 803,140.14

Security Expenses

Service Provider

Services rendered

FY 2017/18

FY 2018/19

Total Paid

Nkumba Investments

CCTV installation and Maintenance

-

R 351,785.00

R 351,785.00

Kweni IT

Maintenance of access control system

R 7,736.04

-

R 7,736.04

Khokhotivha General Trading

Provision of office security guards

R 235,300.00

R 249,316.28

R 484,616.28

Chubb Security

Rental of alarm system

R 45,257.40

R 54,944.86

R 100,202.26

First National Bank

Cash-in transit services

R 26,321.23

R 33,952.00

R 60,273.23

A Tshenolo Development

Installation of gate motor

-

R 6,399.75

R 6,399.75

TOTAL

 

R 314,614.67

R 696,397.89

R 1,011,012.56

Road Accident Fund (RAF)

(a) (ii). The Road Accident Fund paid the following amounts in respect of cleaning, security and gardening services during the 2017/18 and 2018/19 financial years.

(aaa) 2017-18

and (bbb) 2018-19 financial years,

(b) the following amounts were paid to the respective service providers to provide each of the specified services

and (c) the following total amount was paid to each of the service providers

(aa) Cleaning Services

R3 738 126.12

R4 707 842.63

R67 399.50 - Accute Innovation Polokwane

R347 267.76 - Bidvest Prestige Cleaning

R318 442.48 - Ezanzi Construction CC

R463 057.51 - J&M Cleaning

R5 561 836.64 - Monabo Hygiene Services

R52 132.62 - Mosengoane Trading Polokwane

R11 043.12 - Neledzi Cleaning Services (Pty) Ltd

R90 307.88 - Pest Control and Hygiene Services CC

R335 408.29 - Red Alert TCC

R69 396.54 - SuperCare Nelspruit

R526 730.27 - Top n Nos

R185 273.40 - Umkhombe Cleaning Company

R417 672.74 - Velalanga Cleaning Services

R67 399.50 - Accute Innovation Polokwane

R347 267.76 - Bidvest Prestige Cleaning

R318 442.48 - Ezanzi Construction CC

R463 057.51 - J&M Cleaning

R5 561 836.64 - Monabo Hygiene Services

R52 132.62 - Mosengoane Trading Polokwane

R11 043.12 - Neledzi Cleaning Services (Pty) Ltd

R90 307.88 - Pest Control and Hygiene Services CC

R395 562.97 - Red Alert TCC

R69 396.54 - SuperCare Nelspruit

R526 730.27 - Top n Nos

R185 273.40 - Umkhombe Cleaning Company

R417 672.74 - Velalanga Cleaning Services

(bb) Security Services

R6 870 315.18

R9 131 869.82

R231 691.61 - Anchor Security

R79 322.51 - BHR BES (Pty) Ltd

R2 478 480.00 - Bidvest Security Services

R609 049.06 - Brace Security Group (Pty) Ltd

R95 160.00 - Bubba Security Services

R353 944.00 – CKN

R729 781.18 - Fidelity Security Services

R584 015.00 - Ilitech Security Services

R1 623 845.64 - Imvula Quality Protection

R333 932.82 - Isolezwe Tactical Solution

R29 240.00 - Khabirise Holdings

R94 604.58 - Khumbulani and Sons Protection

R45 900.00 - Kill Crime Security

R69 420.00 - Mabarethe

R221 089.89 - Mavee Security (Pty) Ltd

R1 868 438.15 - Mphosha Security Services

R70 636.00 - Net Tech Industries (Pty) Ltd

R1 141 782.32 - Njingiya Security and Mjayeli Security

R33 580.00 - Njigiya Security Services

R154 800.00 - Powerline Security

R60 154.68 - Red Alert TCC

R1 120 899.24 - Royal Security

R159 666.00 - Satenga Security Services

R474 070.00 - Selftrack

R470 891.19 - Shmira Security Services (Pty) Ltd

R365 683.29 - Sinqobile

R210 447.09 - Siyefana Security Services

R63 085.68 - Stallion Security

R665 685.84 - Trident

R1 128 668,49 - Tyeks Security Services

R7 641.24 - Venus Security Solutions

R372 972 - VJP Trading CC

R53 607.50 - Wenzile Phaphama

R231 691.61 - Anchor Security

R79 322.51 - BHR BES (Pty) Ltd

R2 478 480.00 - Bidvest Security Services

R609 049.06 - Brace Security Group (Pty) Ltd

R95 160.00 - Bubba Security Services

R353 944.00 - CKN

R729 781.18 - Fidelity Security Services

R584 015.00 - Ilitech Security Services

R1 623 845.64 - Imvula Quality Protection

R333 932.82 - Isolezwe Tactical Solution

R29 240.00 - Khabirise Holdings

R94 604.58 - Khumbulani and Sons Protection

R45 900.00 - Kill Crime Security

R69 420.00 - Mabarethe

R221 089.89 - Mavee Security (Pty) Ltd

R1 868 438.15 - Mphosha Security Services

R70 636.00 - Net Tech Industries (Pty) Ltd

R1 141 782.32 - Njingiya Security and Mjayeli Security

R33 580.00 - Njigiya Security Services

R154 800.00 - Powerline Security

R60 154.68 - Red Alert TCC

R1 120 899.24 - Royal Security

R159 666.00 - Satenga Security Services

R474 070.00 - Selftrack

R470 891.19 - Shmira Security Services (Pty) Ltd

R365 683.29 - Sinqobile

R210 447.09 - Siyefana Security Services

R63 085.68 - Stallion Security

R665 685.84 – Trident

R1 128 668,49 - Tyeks Security Services

R7 641.24 - Venus Security Solutions

R372 972 - VJP Trading CC

R53 607.50 - Wenzile Phaphama

And; (cc) Gardening Services

R533 338.00

R302 284.08

R533 338.00 - Just Design Horticulture CC

R302 284.08 - Delta FM

R533 338.00 - Just Design Horticulture CC

R302 284.08 - Delta FM

Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)

(a) (ii). The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) paid the following amounts in respect of cleaning, security and gardening services during the 2017/18 and 2018/19 financial years.

(aa) Cleaning Service

Total amount spent on each Financial Year (aaa)

Service Provider

(b) Amount Spent

R0.00 in 2017/18

None

R 0. 00

R0. 00 in 2018/19

None

R 0. 00

(bb) Security Service

Total amount spent on each Financial Year (aaa)

Service Provider

(b) Amount Spent

R 842 580 in 2017/18

Fidelity Services Group

R 842 580

R 912 317 in 2018/19

Fidelity Services Group

R 912 317

(bb) Security Service

(cc) Gardening Service

(bb) Security Service

Total amount spent on each Financial Year

Total amount spent on each Financial Year

Total amount spent on each Financial Year

R0. 00 in 2017/18

None

R 0. 00

R0. 00 in 2018/19

None

R 0. 00

Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC)

(a) (ii). The Road Traffic Management Corporation paid the following amounts in respect of cleaning, security and gardening services during the 2017/18 and 2018/19 financial years.

(aa) Cleaning Service

Total amount spent on each Financial Year

Service Provider

(b) Amount Spent

(aaa)

R1 369 578. 90 in 2017/18

Samagaba Cleaning Services

R 252 500,00

 

Global Cleaning services

R 832 348,38

 

JR 209

R 284 729,90

R0. 00 in 2018/19

None

R 0. 00

(bb) Security Service

Total amount spent on each Financial Year

Service Provider

(b) Amount Spent

(aaa)

 

R 6 238 722,29 in 2017/18

Royal Security

R 467 903,48

 

Mafoko Security Patrols

R 2 970 793,94

 

Eldna Security

R 1 994 982,04

 

JR 209

R 805 042,83

R 8 873 185,92 in 2018/19

Mafoko Security Patrols

R 4 347 744,48

 

Eldna Security

R 3 093 567,24

 

JR 209 Properties

R 1 431 874,20

(bb) Security Service

(cc) Gardening Service

(bb) Security Service

Total amount spent on each Financial Year

Total amount spent on each Financial Year

Total amount spent on each Financial Year

R0. 00 in 2017/18

None

R 0. 00

R0. 00 in 2018/19

None

R 0. 00

South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL)

(ii). The South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) paid the following amounts in respect of cleaning, security and gardening services during the 2017/18 and 2018/19 financial years

  1. SANRAL spent following totals:

(aa) for cleaning services of our building facilities and road reserves (i.e. litter collection, washing of road signs):

(aaa) for 2017-18 = R120 518 440

(bbb) for 2018-19 = R138 349 032

(bb) for security services at our building facilities and road reserves (i.e.fencing):

(aaa) for 2017-18 = R31 840 010

(bbb) for 2018-19 = R36 126 483

(cc) for gardening services at our buildings facilities and road reserves (i.e. grass cutting, pruning of trees):

(aaa) for 2017-18 = R197 587 153

(bbb) for 2018-19 = R199 634 155

  1. For the details with regard to the amounts paid to each service provider for each service and in total for 2017-18 please see Table 1
  1. For the details with regard to the amounts paid to each service provider for each service and in total for 2018-19 please see Table 2.

TABLE 1: SANRAL Expenditure 2017/18

Service Provider

SECURITY

CLEANING

GARDENING

TOTAL

4CUS Cleaning (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R128 718

R128 718

A Murgan t/a Mzansie Enterprises

R0

R0

R195 996

R195 996

Abangani Projects Cc

R0

R412 091

R648 488

R1 060 579

Ac Civil Works (Pty) Ltd

R0

R137 620

R0

R137 620

Afezekiswa Mining Construction CC

R0

R0

R28 289

R28 289

Africa CCTV and Security Systems (Pty) Ltd

R1 845 214

R0

R0

R1 845 214

Africa Sandblasters T/A Ugesi Electrical

R0

R0

R18 658

R18 658

AK Louw t\a AC s Suppliers

R0

R0

R83 000

R83 000

Alwazo Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R3 955

R3 955

Amagatsha Construction C.C

R0

R383 527

R311 383

R694 910

Amahlawe Investments (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R148 148

R148 148

Amangele-Ngele Trading CC

R0

R0

R55 000

R55 000

Amangubo Cleaning and Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R33 000

R33 000

Amber Trading

R0

R371 477

R0

R371 477

Amk Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R525

R0

R525

Anelsandi (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R47 110

R47 110

Anothile Catering And Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R22 718

R22 718

Arcvest 4CC t/a Ngcali Services

R0

R0

R27 500

R27 500

ASA Services CC

R0

R0

R114 369

R114 369

Ath Maintenance Services

R0

R762 418

R563 337

R1 325 754

Atmotrim (Pty) Ltd T/A Umthobmbo Holdings

R0

R90 710

R0

R90 710

Avax Sa 507 Cc

R17 940

R426 567

R8 545

R453 052

Ayabulela Logistics Cc

R0

R45 000

R0

R45 000

Baakgona Trading & Projects

R0

R0

R49 421

R49 421

Babore (Pty) Ltd

R0

R19 980 700

R2 545

R19 983 245

Bahay Construction Cc

R0

R343 714

R0

R343 714

Bambilanga Trading

R0

R0

R45 620

R45 620

Bathuqas Trading

R0

R0

R32 088

R32 088

Bazise

R0

R48 836

R0

R48 836

Bazophila Maintenance

R0

R0

R108 900

R108 900

Bcb Solutions

R0

R314 026

R0

R314 026

BE Security Services CC

R336 000

R0

R112 000

R448 000

Berj Construction & Civils

R0

R0

R3 942

R3 942

Biboment Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R99 980

R99 980

Bidvest Services T/A Bidvest Prestige

R0

R389 517

R0

R389 517

Bidvest Services T/A Bidvest Steiner Stikland

R0

R74 571

R0

R74 571

Bidvest Steiner

R0

R135 926

R0

R135 926

Big Family Construction Cc

R0

R0

R2 176 000

R2 176 000

Bj Grasscutting (Pty) Lltd

R0

R84 020

R3 842 385

R3 926 405

BKL Construction and Projects

R0

R0

R248 000

R248 000

BKS Huhle

R0

R26 667

R0

R26 667

Blackone Trading & Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R146 000

R146 000

BNZ

R0

R28 800

R0

R28 800

Bokwes Trading CC

R218 400

R0

R0

R218 400

Bongisifiso Investments CC

R0

R0

R174 968

R174 968

Brbf Construction Cc

R0

R392 665

R0

R392 665

Bridgegate Security t/a Bridgegate Cleaning & Security

R447 628

R0

R25 000

R472 628

Bush Cleaning Experts Cc

R0

R0

R1 718 086

R1 718 086

Buttercup Trading 8 cc

R0

R0

R38 000

R38 000

C And H Unathi Trading Pty Ltd

R0

R139 390

R0

R139 390

C S Ngobese (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R89 570

R89 570

Cape Trotters

R0

R17 220

R0

R17 220

Capital Ship Trading 605 (Pty) Ltd

R533 504

R0

R0

R533 504

Cashela Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R131 923

R131 923

Casperpro Cc

R90 000

R977 220

R0

R1 067 220

C-Coza Trading CC T/A Pine Power Projects

R394 800

R0

R173 136

R567 936

Cfiso Trading Services

R0

R393 090

R325 554

R718 644

Chilli Joy

R0

R30 015

R14 625

R44 640

Cities Landscaping (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R102 000

R102 000

Ckg Renovators & Contractors

R0

R60 162

R118 439

R178 602

Clermont Power Tools (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R25 933

R25 933

Cool Makers

R0

R77 495

R0

R77 495

Corpclo 2018cc

R0

R51 000

R0

R51 000

Cwenza (Pty) ltd

R0

R0

R99 343

R99 343

D & M Sinethemba Construction CC T/A Construction And Cleaning

R0

R0

R109 800

R109 800

Dakhile and Sons Project

R0

R0

R20 560

R20 560

Damascus Holding (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R21 300

R21 300

Damians Contractors Cc

R0

R715 048

R2 008 950

R2 723 998

Deon Garden and Construction

R0

R0

R205 500

R205 500

Dinko Trading Enterprise

R434 000

R0

R60 000

R494 000

Dinkwe Contracting

R0

R772 368

R0

R772 368

Dioflex (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R370 980

R370 980

Dirang Bohle Trading 16 CC

R0

R0

R18 541

R18 541

Dlungwana and Sons Construction

R0

R0

R74 999

R74 999

Doves Of Fortune (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R24 950

R24 950

Du Pactum (Pty) Ltd

R0

R383 376

R12 082

R395 458

Duneco

R0

R583 833

R0

R583 833

Dusi Development Corporation

R0

R686 448

R477 689

R1 164 137

Eagle Fast Security Services

R103 800

R0

R0

R103 800

Edith Construction Cc

R0

R0

R125 338

R125 338

Egon Civils Cc

R0

R2 190 048

R2 070 619

R4 260 667

Elirose Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R203 500

R203 500

Elongation Investments

R0

R0

R25 935

R25 935

Endruw Construction and Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R464 000

R464 000

Engoza Trading cc

R0

R376 697

R0

R376 697

Entelekey Consulting

R0

R225 086

R0

R225 086

Environamic

R0

R0

R295 000

R295 000

Enzel 186 Cc

R0

R19 707

R893 170

R912 877

Ewe Mzantsi Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

R0

R94 116

R0

R94 116

Expidor 103 Cc

R0

R2 622 609

R752 055

R3 374 664

Eyamachamane Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R515 855

R515 855

Eyamandosi Business Enterprise

R0

R0

R50 000

R50 000

Eyesizukulwane Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R91 934

R91 934

Ezikamshalaza Trading & Projects

R0

R0

R2 362

R2 362

Ezweni Construction

R0

R802 848

R0

R802 848

Face of Earth Trading and Projects 10

R0

R0

R129 860

R129 860

Fasego 27 Trading Enterprise

R0

R155 664

R0

R155 664

Fasimba Protection Services CC t/a Security.com

R39 379

R0

R0

R39 379

Feasible Solutions 21 CC

R0

R0

R101 530

R101 530

FG Investments

R0

R0

R55 182

R55 182

Fig Tree Civils (Pty) Ltd

R405 308

R0

R0

R405 308

Free Way Zone General Trading

R0

R70 150

R0

R70 150

Funda Civils

R0

R1 215 625

R638 836

R1 854 461

G Man Construction

R0

R131 600

R0

R131 600

G4 Civils (Pty) Ltd

R3 144 390

R3 164 038

R1 900 742

R8 209 170

Gatafe Investments 3 Cc

R0

R495 167

R3 735 972

R4 231 139

Gelcon Civils Cc

R0

R1 947 918

R1 991 767

R3 939 685

Gilga Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R94 431

R94 431

Gladys Supplier and Cleaning Services (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R112 800

R112 800

Go Mana Go CC

R0

R0

R295 123

R295 123

Gps Trading Enterprise

R0

R12 400

R18 893

R31 293

Growing Crazy

R0

R0

R65 205

R65 205

Guardcor Security Services CC

R140 402

R0

R0

R140 402

Gyxicode (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R185 500

R185 500

Gyxiforce (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R337 796

R337 796

Hambakahle Trading Enterprises cc

R0

R0

R201 250

R201 250

Helushe

R0

R33 400

R0

R33 400

Hetisani Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R151 800

R151 800

His Divinity Investment

R0

R0

R120 132

R120 132

Hlalithwa

R0

R77 000

R0

R77 000

Hlanganani Ezweni Trading and Projects

R286 200

R0

R55 000

R341 200

Hlelo

R0

R1 832

R0

R1 832

Hls Building And Civil Construction

R0

R767 477

R539 100

R1 306 577

Hlubonke Tarding CC

R0

R0

R66 500

R66 500

Hopewell Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R257 142

R257 142

Hydro Cape Turf Services

R0

R0

R2 497 133

R2 497 133

Ibhabhathane Trading Cc

R0

R231 320

R33 499

R264 819

Idube Landscaping (PTY) Ltd

R0

R0

R98 417

R98 417

Imashasha Maintenance

R0

R0

R41 043

R41 043

Impenthana Projects and Maintenance

R0

R0

R244 500

R244 500

Impilo Tshepo Construction

R0

R17 796

R0

R17 796

Impumeleloyamancamuza Trading

R0

R0

R6 062

R6 062

Imvusa Trading 931 CC

R692 950

R0

R56 909

R749 859

Inyameko

R0

R0

R132 000

R132 000

Ipawu Multipurpose (Pty) Ltd

R0

R22 400

R0

R22 400

Isavuma Multi Traders

R0

R159 886

R0

R159 886

Ithumeleng

R0

R758 308

R4 223 926

R4 982 234

Iziqhamo NN Holdings

R0

R0

R28 675

R28 675

Izwe Lethu And Rise

R0

R0

R101 737

R101 737

J Peter and Sons

R0

R59 760

R0

R59 760

Jackson`s Cleaning Services

R0

R88 106

R0

R88 106

Jademar (Pty) Ltd

R0

R286 581

R0

R286 581

Jayplex (Pty) Ltd

R0

R1 004 436

R1 713 710

R2 718 146

JCI Cleaning Services and General Maintenance CC

R0

R0

R980 986

R980 986

Jolus Trading

R0

R256 375

R0

R256 375

Joyce Antique Business Inter

R0

R0

R51 500

R51 500

JPS Horticulture & Garden Services

R274 645

R0

R199 500

R474 145

JRJ Trading and Business Enterprise

R0

R0

R107 000

R107 000

Just Breeze General Trading

R0

R0

R120 487

R120 487

K & M General Trading

R0

R20 000

R0

R20 000

K2014157362 t/a Construction Projects Solution

R30 000

R0

R30 000

R60 000

K2016507921 (South Africa)

R195 055

R0

R138 300

R333 355

Kansimbi Pty Ltd

R0

R0

R29 670

R29 670

Kareedouw Sc

R0

R220 124

R0

R220 124

Keisha Construction CC

R0

R0

R7 783

R7 783

Keneni Trading Enterprize

R0

R91 000

R0

R91 000

Kensilu Business Enterprises and Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R257 000

R257 000

Kerlimate Pty Ltd T/A L And M Construction

R0

R1 291 875

R0

R1 291 875

Ketane Nationwide Road Maintenance

R1 502 100

R0

R9 821 560

R11 323 660

Kew Maintenance

R400

R1 186 659

R10 662 351

R11 849 409

Khuselani Security & Risk Management (Pty) Ltd

R223 448

R0

R0

R223 448

Khwinana General Costruction

R0

R20 855

R0

R20 855

Kitsili Trading

R0

R110 745

R0

R110 745

Konopa Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R32 960

R32 960

Kopano Ke Matla Construction

R0

R1 592 264

R0

R1 592 264

Kutho

R0

R80 000

R0

R80 000

Kuyindalo

R0

R34 706

R0

R34 706

Kwanomvuzo Construction

R0

R54 913

R45 846

R100 759

Ladyofthewaters 60t/a Chumani Building And Cleaning Services

R0

R0

R368 000

R368 000

Lelamazizi Construciton

R0

R85 916

R85 733

R171 649

Leleni (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R163 276

R163 276

Letchabele Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R879 645

R1 352 907

R2 232 552

Life Landscapes a Division Of life Green Group

R0

R0

R101 709

R101 709

Livclean (PTY) Ltd

R0

R474 776

R0

R474 776

Liyakhazimula Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R48 780

R48 780

LMB Security Services

R1 802 000

R0

R0

R1 802 000

LP Protection Unit cc

R345 800

R0

R23 642

R369 442

Ludumo Civils

R0

R31 800

R54 860

R86 660

Lulworth Building Services

R0

R28 680

R80 000

R108 680

Lungelo Productions CC

R0

R0

R24 060

R24 060

LVR Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R49 564

R49 564

Mabhuqa Projects And Productions

R0

R0

R55 210

R55 210

Madzhoni Cleaning and Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R59 500

R59 500

Maganyisa

R0

R83 555

R166 555

R250 110

Magic Moppers Mowers & Maintenance

R0

R1 782 058

R592 213

R2 374 272

Magqabakaduwa Construction&Projects

R0

R143 550

R0

R143 550

Mahlez

R0

R1 400

R0

R1 400

Majalamba Investments

R0

R76 300

R0

R76 300

Majomula Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R170 684

R170 684

Makjus Holdings (Pty) Ltd

R902 250

R0

R106 300

R1 008 550

Maliswana Trading Enterpsise

R0

R298 031

R0

R298 031

Mama Jeanette

R0

R0

R3 461 845

R3 461 845

Mama Troskie Trading

R0

R29 598

R0

R29 598

Mamba Maintenance (Pty) Ltd

R3 600

R2 089 049

R2 031 831

R4 124 480

Mambamba Trading Cc

R0

R184 316

R2 510 880

R2 695 196

Mangethe Maintenance

R0

R0

R62 512

R62 512

Mangqephu Trading Enterprise CC

R0

R0

R1 162 576

R1 162 576

Marenzo Trading

R0

R342 520

R413 593

R756 113

Mashindukuzi Construction

R0

R0

R24 902

R24 902

Masiso General Construction

R0

R70 150

R0

R70 150

Masizole Trading Enterprise

R0

R51 240

R0

R51 240

Masondo Road Maintenance And General Services

R0

R851 168

R1 823 462

R2 674 630

Matchaba Detoue Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R1 940 232

R1 461 078

R3 401 310

Md Civils

R4 748 241

R66 500

R1 967 412

R6 782 153

Md Construction

R0

R252 657

R0

R252 657

Md Retoabe

R0

R0

R507 855

R507 855

Md Rweba

R0

R0

R170 500

R170 500

MDT Construction

R0

R0

R1 455 630

R1 455 630

Mendi Environ Services

R0

R0

R749 600

R749 600

Meva Trading Enterprise

R0

R31 200

R59 103

R90 303

Mhlengi Horticultural Services (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R116 110

R116 110

Midfran Roads (Pty) Ltd

R1 257 600

R1 577 085

R897 180

R3 731 865

Mnyanda Business Enterprise Cc

R0

R280 264

R1 444 455

R1 724 719

Mnyandube

R0

R36 440

R0

R36 440

Moke Construction and Projects

R0

R0

R1 164 400

R1 164 400

Molototsi Trading and Projects cc

R0

R0

R38 690

R38 690

Monty Naga Etala Jv

R0

R0

R1 500 000

R1 500 000

Mpathuli General Trading

R0

R0

R348 000

R348 000

Mqabuss Trading

R0

R88 963

R0

R88 963

Msinsi Projects

R95 891

R0

R13 724

R109 615

Mulilavhathu Trading CC

R0

R0

R40 000

R40 000

Mysa Implementing Agents

R0

R0

R25 000

R25 000

Mzinene Construction Services

R0

R39 625

R33 991

R73 616

Mzuya Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R17 220

R0

R17 220

Namathisa-Stick it Industrial Solutions

R43 000

R0

R162 300

R205 300

Nanaskj

R0

R1 800

R0

R1 800

Nceda Cleaning and Security Services

R6 848 907

R0

R223 000

R7 071 907

Nethemba Investments 01 (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R348 314

R348 314

New Heights

R0

R307 133

R81 108

R388 241

Ngile Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R152 349

R152 349

Nhlabathy Trading

R0

R0

R40 804

R40 804

Nikabani Garden Services (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R101 372

R101 372

Nkabinde Construction

R0

R1 252 951

R942 419

R2 195 371

Nkosenathi Construction Projects

R330

R231 934

R261 343

R493 607

Nkungwini Investmant

R0

R0

R103 298

R103 298

Nndwa Trading (Pty) Ltd

R1 143 000

R0

R0

R1 143 000

Nombally Events (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R35 738

R35 738

Nomvuselelo Investments 01 (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R37 238

R37 238

Nonositi

R0

R38 080

R0

R38 080

Nosinombotsh Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

R55 000

R0

R0

R55 000

NP Gxabhashe Construction

R0

R0

R37 061

R37 061

Np Mthini Construction Cc

R0

R548 425

R0

R548 425

Nqabo Construction

R0

R120 096

R0

R120 096

Nsizwakazi (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R1 238 604

R1 238 604

Ntabeni Business Solutions

R0

R50 700

R0

R50 700

Ntsundu Security CC

R294 000

R0

R0

R294 000

Nwaiz-Inga Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R78 292

R0

R78 292

Nzwakele Construction CC

R0

R0

R521 845

R521 845

Open Road Civils (Pty) Ltd

R0

R17 220

R0

R17 220

Ovofon

R0

R96 672

R0

R96 672

Ozala Trading

R0

R255 454

R0

R255 454

PCM & Z Trading Enterprises CC

R55 840

R0

R0

R55 840

PD Construction

R0

R0

R3 340 667

R3 340 667

Pe Qwesha Business Enterprises T/A Simo Consulting Services

R0

R657 732

R1 476 827

R2 134 559

Pegsvill Building Construction

R0

R161 426

R0

R161 426

Penny-Farthing Engineering Sa (Pty) Ltd

R0

R5 046 126

R6 718 697

R11 764 823

Phungo Live-stock (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R43 000

R43 000

Phuthadichaba Trading Enterprise CC

R486 000

R0

R0

R486 000

Pish

R0

R27 200

R0

R27 200

Pj Onderhoudsdiens

R0

R1 761 084

R231 340

R1 992 424

Poloko Trading 634 Cc

R0

R206 062

R100 200

R306 262

Qomoa Trading Enterprise

R0

R751 796

R279 800

R1 031 596

Qph Cc\Expectra 388 Cc Jv

R0

R1 016 356

R3 892 934

R4 909 290

Qtc Civls

R0

R0

R2 820 472

R2 820 472

Rail Refurb Cc

R0

R10 248 453

R4 120 673

R14 369 126

Rainbow Civils

R0

R7 181 105

R13 358 245

R20 539 350

Rams Project Managers (Pty) Ltd

R0

R11 794

R3 958

R15 752

Razzmatazz Civils Pty Ltd

R35 124

R0

R2 068 488

R2 103 611

Rectifier Projects Pty Ltd

R0

R0

R601 860

R601 860

Rethusehile Civils And Trading Cc

R0

R1 051 730

R835 697

R1 887 426

RL KwaZulu Trading Enterprise CC

R0

R0

R25 498

R25 498

Roadspan Surfaces Pty

R0

R284 190

R0

R284 190

Rothe Plantscapers

R0

R0

R75 392

R75 392

S`phethezona Trading and Investments

R0

R0

R69 457

R69 457

Saclawa Enterprises

R0

R1 909 742

R67 970

R1 977 712

Sakhikamva Export

R0

R1 800

R0

R1 800

SAL Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R393 199

R0

R393 199

Samaai Construction

R0

R1 323 862

R998 615

R2 322 477

Sammelo Investments (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R126 247

R126 247

Sbukwane Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R24 862

R24 862

Senamile Construction and General Services CC

R0

R0

R827 470

R827 470

Sengwayo Maintenance

R0

R0

R76 330

R76 330

Senzakonke Cleaning And Mntce Services

R0

R3 380

R17 025

R20 405

Senzasonke Construction and Projects

R0

R0

R24 000

R24 000

Servest Cleaning (Pty) Ltd

R0

R492 704

R0

R492 704

Servest Landscaping

R0

R0

R167 269

R167 269

Sesizwile Transport and General Services

R57 600

R0

R1 834 640

R1 892 240

Setchabelo Trading

R70 000

R0

R0

R70 000

Seven Seasons Trading

R0

R62 400

R0

R62 400

Shali Brothers Investments (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R480 443

R480 443

Sibongobakho Building And Projects

R0

R0

R35 134

R35 134

Sicedeni Contracting And Supply Cc

R0

R329 588

R9 450

R339 038

Sikhusele Security Services

R456 000

R0

R0

R456 000

Siliqa Trading Enterprise

R0

R70 150

R0

R70 150

Simandie Civils

R0

R716 021

R84 200

R800 221

Siphesihle Sethubhele

R0

R0

R114 992

R114 992

Siphsisle Trading

R0

R17 220

R0

R17 220

Sixbar Trading 653 Cc

R0

R0

R1 382 600

R1 382 600

Siyalungisa Civils

R0

R230 073

R334 745

R564 818

Siyanda Construction & Security Projects

R0

R0

R35 400

R35 400

Siyeza Civils Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R70 150

R0

R70 150

Sizisa Ukhanyo Trading

R0

R70 150

R0

R70 150

Sizophuthuma (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R22 214

R22 214

Sokhazimla Trading Cc

R0

R96 672

R0

R96 672

SOL

R0

R819 475

R0

R819 475

Sotika Trading CC

R0

R48 000

R178 998

R226 998

SSG Cleaning (Pty) Ltd

R0

R8 150

R0

R8 150

Star Arc Trading

R0

R527 913

R4 309 180

R4 837 093

Star Of Life Emergency Trading

R2 280

R3 071 669

R1 407 305

R4 481 254

Stara Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R248 520

R248 520

Starplex Export

R0

R1 800

R0

R1 800

Streamline Trading Cc

R165 000

R921 941

R0

R1 086 941

Superclean

R0

R42 290

R0

R42 290

Surprise Export

R0

R1 800

R0

R1 800

Take Note Export

R0

R1 800

R0

R1 800

Talon Construction

R0

R59 347

R137 377

R196 723

Tangana Business Solutions

R0

R70 150

R0

R70 150

The Trend Trading and Projects

R0

R0

R124 000

R124 000

Thenga Holdings

R44 000

R209 300

R0

R253 300

Thina Lutsha T/A Ms Ally Trading

R0

R412 852

R230 580

R643 432

Tholo

R0

R0

R818 309

R818 309

Thomas Solomon Construction

R0

R294 888

R460 082

R754 970

Thozama

R0

R41 427

R0

R41 427

TK By Four Sales

R0

R0

R161 000

R161 000

TNNSN Contracting & Trading CC

R0

R0

R447 530

R447 530

TNT 888 Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R43 000

R43 000

Tokigen (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R21 000

R21 000

Top Maintenance/Donsatel 181 Cc

R0

R0

R4 056 699

R4 056 699

Transnorth Grass Cutting

R0

R0

R4 643 951

R4 643 951

Trideals Fourty Seven Cc

R0

R113 517

R2 094 699

R2 208 215

Trimalents Cc

R0

R136 000

R222 502

R358 502

Tsella Construction Cc

R51 750

R698 395

R58 565

R808 710

Tshimoe Sons Civils And Contractor

R0

R145 512

R0

R145 512

Tswelopele-Yarona Transport and Projects CC

R0

R0

R441 897

R441 897

Tunus Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R733 446

R1 693 435

R2 426 881

Tzitzikamma Fencing Cc

R0

R664 703

R682 500

R1 347 203

Ubuhle Trading CC

R0

R0

R611 890

R611 890

Uhlaza Group

R0

R0

R113 307

R113 307

Ultramatix Twelve Cc

R0

R536 372

R3 346 812

R3 883 184

Umhlabathi Trading 116 CC

R0

R0

R43 486

R43 486

Vader Projects And Investments

R0

R0

R43 000

R43 000

Valoworx 123

R2 490

R2 382 598

R423 860

R2 808 948

Vatiswa Cleaning Services And Contractors Security Supply (pty) Ltd

R321 358

R0

R131 938

R453 296

Vea Road Maintenance And Civils

R958 430

R4 686 580

R20 024 168

R25 669 178

Vhuthi Cleaning and Security Services

R231 000

R0

R0

R231 000

Visionmint Projects

R0

R0

R216 500

R216 500

Vnq Project Consultant

R0

R186 163

R0

R186 163

Vukuzenzela

R0

R0

R44 000

R44 000

Vukuzenzele Boukontrakteur

R0

R204 452

R0

R204 452

Vukuzenzele Trading

R0

R1 231 980

R3 725 082

R4 957 062

Vukuzinele

R0

R55 290

R0

R55 290

Vulela Development Enterprise

R0

R0

R30 660

R30 660

Vulindlela Maintenance And Services Cc

R0

R707 533

R1 017 752

R1 725 285

Wasserman Teerwerke

R0

R202 327

R2 665 847

R2 868 175

Wel-2-Do (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R98 580

R98 580

Weli And Cousins Gen Trading

R0

R46 188

R44 938

R91 126

Wild Break 1467

R0

R70 150

R0

R70 150

World Focus 1202

R0

R60 824

R2 750

R63 574

YS James General Maintenance and Projects CC

R0

R0

R288 900

R288 900

Zamuvuka Construction

R0

R625 200

R4 500

R629 700

Zinemana Projects And Developments

R0

R0

R34 374

R34 374

Zisikelele General Trading

R0

R70 150

R0

R70 150

Ziyadla Feeding And Catering

R7 959

R0

R4 862

R12 821

Zomat Catering & Projects

R0

R0

R233 998

R233 998

Zongezile Construction

R0

R73 200

R0

R73 200

S and J Dynamics

R0

R2 667

R0

R2 667

Grand Total

R31 840 010

R120 518 440

R197 587 153

R349 945 603

SANRAL Expenditure 2018/19

VENDOR NAME

SECURITY

CLEANING

GARDENING

TOTAL

4Sholo Trading

R0

R0

R138 470

R138 470

A Murgan t/a Mzansie Enterprises

R0

R0

R561 371

R561 371

Abangani Projects Cc

R1 750

R222 811

R672 000

R896 561

Abu Construction

R0

R44 982

R0

R44 982

Ac Civil Works (Pty) Ltd

R0

R209 040

R0

R209 040

Africa CCTV and Security Systems (Pty) Ltd

R1 001 169

R0

R0

R1 001 169

Africa Sandblasters T/A Ugesi Electrical

R0

R0

R66 837

R66 837

AK Louw t\a AC s Suppliers

R0

R0

R187 900

R187 900

AM MBETHE

R0

R651 977

R0

R651 977

Amagatsha Construction C.C

R0

R634 174

R259 625

R893 799

Amahlawe Investments (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R240 136

R240 136

Amangele-Ngele Trading CC

R0

R0

R152 478

R152 478

Amber Trading

R0

R358 620

R0

R358 620

Anelsandi (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R106 810

R106 810

Anothile Catering And Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R7 349

R7 349

Aqamile Solutions

R0

R34 500

R0

R34 500

Arcvest 4CC t/a Ngcali Services

R0

R0

R19 800

R19 800

ASA Services CC

R0

R0

R15 596

R15 596

Ath Maintenance Services

R0

R883 562

R734 080

R1 617 642

Atmotrim (Pty) Ltd T/A Umthobmbo Holdings

R0

R92 640

R0

R92 640

Avax Sa 507 Cc

R34 960

R508 043

R68 950

R611 953

Ayabulela Logistics Cc

R0

R104 813

R0

R104 813

Babore (Pty) Ltd

R10 400

R21 146 908

R11 554

R21 168 862

Bahay Construction Cc

R0

R474 524

R0

R474 524

Bazise

R0

R146 508

R0

R146 508

Bazophila Maintenance

R0

R0

R51 495

R51 495

BCB

R0

R808 884

R0

R808 884

BE Security Services CC

R532 000

R0

R119 000

R651 000

Berj Construction & Civils

R0

R0

R187 529

R187 529

Biboment Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R151 169

R151 169

Bidvest Services T/A Bidvest Prestige

R0

R421 155

R0

R421 155

Bidvest Services T/A Bidvest Steiner Stikland

R0

R124 853

R0

R124 853

Bidvest Steiner

R0

R93 991

R0

R93 991

Big Family Construction Cc

R0

R0

R1 536 000

R1 536 000

Bj Grasscutting (Pty) Lltd

R0

R0

R4 719 462

R4 719 462

BKL Construction and Projects

R0

R0

R103 000

R103 000

BKS Kuhle

R0

R73 334

R0

R73 334

Blackone Trading & Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R143 800

R143 800

BNZ

R0

R86 400

R0

R86 400

Bokwes Trading CC

R961 020

R0

R0

R961 020

Bongisifiso Investments CC

R0

R0

R250 950

R250 950

Bridgegate Security t/a Bridgegate Cleaning & Security

R469 800

R0

R87 985

R557 785

Bush Cleaning Experts Cc

R0

R0

R1 465 986

R1 465 986

Busos

R0

R0

R536 512

R536 512

Buttercup Trading 8 cc

R0

R0

R90 000

R90 000

BUYISA SECURITY SERVICES Cc

R682 100

R0

R0

R682 100

C And H Unathi Trading Pty Ltd

R0

R72 276

R0

R72 276

C S Ngobese (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R19 790

R19 790

Cape Trotters

R0

R43 201

R0

R43 201

Capital Ship Trading 605 (Pty) Ltd

R841 938

R0

R0

R841 938

Cashela Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R19 422

R19 422

Casperpro Cc

R75 000

R736 666

R0

R811 666

Cfiso Trading Services

R0

R535 627

R291 705

R827 332

Chilika Construction

R36 900

R0

R0

R36 900

Chilli Joy

R0

R0

R21 750

R21 750

Ckg Renovators & Contractors

R0

R110 457

R276 913

R387 370

Clermont Power Tools (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R27 296

R27 296

Cool Makers

R0

R69 041

R0

R69 041

Corpclo 2018cc

R0

R85 000

R0

R85 000

D & M Sinethemba Construction CC T/A Construction And Cleaning

R0

R0

R50 000

R50 000

Damians Contractors Cc

R0

R985 965

R765 910

R1 751 875

Darries Family Holdings

R0

R1 885

R0

R1 885

Deon Garden and Construction

R0

R0

R394 000

R394 000

Dinko Trading Enterprise

R372 000

R0

R76 000

R448 000

Dinkwe Contracting

R0

R1 713 151

R2 463 614

R4 176 766

Dioflex (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R68 700

R68 700

Dirang Bohle Trading 16 CC

R0

R0

R113 598

R113 598

Dlungwana and Sons Construction

R0

R0

R8 000

R8 000

Dmt Roads Projects

R0

R88

R0

R88

Du Pactum (Pty) Ltd

R0

R1 012 739

R36 966

R1 049 705

Duneco

R0

R1 589 663

R0

R1 589 663

Dusi Development Corporation

R0

R244 215

R0

R244 215

Eagle Fast Security Services

R123 300

R0

R0

R123 300

Egon Civils Cc

R0

R981 408

R2 003 491

R2 984 899

Elirose Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R59 500

R59 500

Elongation Investments

R0

R0

R25 695

R25 695

Endruw Construction and Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R569 600

R569 600

Engoza Trading cc

R0

R483 147

R0

R483 147

Entelekey Consulting

R0

R187 446

R0

R187 446

Enzel 186 Cc

R0

R46 977

R1 016 160

R1 063 137

EPF Development

R0

R0

R1 264 170

R1 264 170

ESE Trading

R0

R0

R15 200

R15 200

Ewe Mzantsi Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

R0

R98 208

R0

R98 208

Expidor 103 Cc

R0

R3 434 678

R596 895

R4 031 573

Eyamachamane Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R226 500

R226 500

Ezweni Construction

R0

R721 545

R0

R721 545

Face of Earth Trading and Projects 10

R0

R0

R35 000

R35 000

Fasego 27 Trading Enterprise

R0

R93 136

R0

R93 136

Feasible Solutions 21 CC

R0

R0

R113 964

R113 964

FG Investments

R0

R0

R129 780

R129 780

Fig Tree Civils (Pty) Ltd

R340 395

R0

R800

R341 195

First Class Fabrications

R0

R341 250

R6 400

R347 650

First Plan Protection Services

R434 976

R0

R15 000

R449 976

Free Way Zone General Trading

R0

R119 600

R0

R119 600

Funda Civils

R0

R838 596

R335 721

R1 174 317

Fundiswa Maintenance (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R108 939

R108 939

G Man Construction

R0

R88 000

R0

R88 000

G4 Civils (Pty) Ltd

R3 110 655

R2 910 351

R1 718 865

R7 739 870

Gashenezi (Pty) Ltd

R30 000

R0

R203 690

R233 690

Gatafe Investments 3 Cc

R0

R501 038

R4 145 289

R4 646 327

Gee Mbatha Investments

R0

R0

R24 100

R24 100

Gelcon Civils Cc

R0

R1 132 260

R1 316 456

R2 448 716

General Vuka

R0

R909 000

R0

R909 000

Gilga Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R33 803

R33 803

Gladys Supplier and Cleaning Services (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R34 770

R34 770

Go Mana Go CC

R0

R0

R70 000

R70 000

Gqama Environmental Group

R0

R0

R23 296

R23 296

Growing Crazy

R0

R0

R289 496

R289 496

Gyxiforce (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R717 114

R717 114

Helushe

R0

R100 200

R0

R100 200

Hetisani Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R160 000

R160 000

His Divinity Investment

R0

R0

R55 400

R55 400

HLALITHWA

R0

R1 101 520

R958 030

R2 059 550

Hlanganani Ezweni Trading and Projects

R261 024

R0

R15 789

R276 813

Hlelo

R0

R1 832

R0

R1 832

Hls Building And Civil Construction

R0

R2 322 203

R766 080

R3 088 283

Hopewell Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R90 000

R90 000

HS Identity Solutions

R0

R0

R42 867

R42 867

HS Teki Construction

R0

R59 557

R0

R59 557

Hydro Cape Turf Services

R0

R0

R248 878

R248 878

Ibhabhathane Trading Cc

R0

R234 360

R55 110

R289 470

Idube Landscaping (PTY) Ltd

R0

R0

R141 500

R141 500

Imashasha Maintenance

R0

R0

R105 950

R105 950

Impenthana Projects and Maintenance

R12 000

R0

R50 295

R62 295

Impilo Tshepo Construction

R0

R17 838

R0

R17 838

Impumeleloyamancamuza Trading

R0

R0

R100 465

R100 465

Imvusa Trading 2328 Cc

R0

R71 062

R0

R71 062

Imvusa Trading 931 CC

R760 750

R0

R0

R760 750

Indoni 10

R0

R0

R24 600

R24 600

Inkanyezi Security Services

R166 200

R0

R0

R166 200

Inkwenkwezi Maintenance CC

R0

R0

R156 290

R156 290

Inqobile Ingonyama Kajuda Trading Enterprise CC

R0

R0

R76 356

R76 356

Inspiration Heart Trading

R0

R0

R5 206

R5 206

Ipawu Multipurpose (Pty) Ltd

R0

R72 338

R0

R72 338

Isavuma Multi Traders

R0

R124 872

R0

R124 872

Isigqi Business Enterprise

R0

R0

R46 841

R46 841

Ithalomso (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R27 640

R27 640

Itumeleng

R0

R1 312 619

R5 105 717

R6 418 336

J Peter and Sons

R0

R186 795

R0

R186 795

Jackson`s Cleaning Services

R0

R196 350

R0

R196 350

Jademar (Pty) Ltd

R0

R261 177

R0

R261 177

Jayplex (Pty) Ltd

R0

R865 811

R1 789 850

R2 655 661

JCI Cleaning Services and General Maintenance CC

R0

R0

R849 994

R849 994

JH Builders

R0

R90 450

R0

R90 450

Jolus Trading

R0

R258 000

R0

R258 000

Jongosi Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R238 765

R238 765

Joyce Antique Business Inter

R0

R0

R155 800

R155 800

JPS Horticulture & Garden Services

R0

R0

R8 500

R8 500

K & M General Trading

R0

R45 000

R0

R45 000

K2016507921 (South Africa)

R366 686

R0

R126 195

R492 881

Kai Road Litter

R0

R27 900

R0

R27 900

Kansimbi Pty Ltd

R0

R0

R347 593

R347 593

Kensilu Business Enterprises and Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R321 090

R321 090

Kerlimate Pty Ltd T/A L And M Construction

R0

R1 005 929

R0

R1 005 929

Ketane Nationwide Road Maintenance

R1 620 000

R0

R8 418 718

R10 038 718

Kew Maintenance

R0

R963 750

R7 709 082

R8 672 832

Khanyile Construction 17 Co-Operative Ltd

R0

R0

R86 527

R86 527

Khazimla Nomandla

R0

R36 000

R0

R36 000

Khuselani Security & Risk Management (Pty) Ltd

R159 652

R0

R0

R159 652

Kindlimukani

R0

R37 724

R0

R37 724

King Shatini

R0

R0

R26 000

R26 000

Kitsili Trading

R0

R88 500

R0

R88 500

Klaassen Cleaning (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R64 000

R64 000

Knock Out Trader

R0

R0

R80 000

R80 000

Kopano Ke Matla Construction

R0

R1 919 820

R0

R1 919 820

KUTHO

R0

R547 400

R362 560

R909 960

Kuyavala

R0

R34 000

R0

R34 000

Kuyindalo

R0

R106 517

R0

R106 517

Kwanomvuzo Construction

R0

R0

R90 419

R90 419

Lelamazizi Construciton

R0

R0

R171 468

R171 468

Leleni (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R349 460

R349 460

Lerutlhare Dinkwe JV

R424

R549 835

R19 280

R569 539

Letchabele Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R797 703

R1 356 065

R2 153 768

Life Landscapes a Division Of life Green Group

R0

R0

R194 130

R194 130

Lisodwa Construction

R0

R28 750

R0

R28 750

Listercom

R0

R200

R0

R200

Livclean (PTY) Ltd

R0

R426 236

R0

R426 236

Liyakhazimula Trading Enterprise

R125 653

R0

R40 754

R166 407

LMB Security Services

R2 070 000

R0

R0

R2 070 000

LP Protection Unit cc

R106 780

R0

R16 687

R123 467

Ludumo Civils

R0

R60 300

R124 301

R184 601

Lulworth Building Services

R0

R292 747

R0

R292 747

Lunathi Trading

R0

R21 000

R0

R21 000

Lungelo Productions CC

R0

R0

R137 679

R137 679

M & F Tuindienste

R0

R0

R1 200

R1 200

Madzhoni Cleaning and Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R324 500

R324 500

Maganyisa

R0

R193 311

R1 131 105

R1 324 416

Magic Moppers Mowers & Maintenance

R0

R1 276 988

R1 291 551

R2 568 539

Magqabakaduwa Construction&Projects

R0

R130 500

R0

R130 500

Mahlez

R0

R1 900

R0

R1 900

Majalamba Investments

R0

R70 700

R0

R70 700

Majomula Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R532 990

R532 990

Makjus Holdings (Pty) Ltd

R696 000

R0

R0

R696 000

Malamba Edlile Trading CC

R0

R0

R101 060

R101 060

Maliswana Trading Enterpsise

R0

R255 292

R0

R255 292

Mama Jeanette

R0

R0

R1 808 443

R1 808 443

Mama Troskie Trading

R0

R88 795

R0

R88 795

Mamba Maintenance (Pty) Ltd

R0

R1 360 730

R1 806 939

R3 167 669

Mambamba Trading Cc

R0

R600 766

R588 683

R1 189 449

Mangethe Maintenance

R0

R0

R150 740

R150 740

Mangwabe Construction Pty Ltd

R0

R0

R38 410

R38 410

Marenzo Trading

R0

R307 570

R1 346 470

R1 654 040

Masana Hygiene

R0

R379 752

R0

R379 752

Mashindukuzi Construction

R0

R0

R419 616

R419 616

Masiso General Construction

R0

R119 600

R0

R119 600

Masizole Trading Enterprise

R0

R87 360

R0

R87 360

Masondo Road Maintenance And General Services

R0

R175 336

R1 616 031

R1 791 367

Matchaba Detoue Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R2 460 328

R454 717

R2 915 045

Mavhuthi Supply and Services

R0

R0

R113 500

R113 500

Mayadi Trading Enterprise

R0

R44 400

R0

R44 400

Mayedwa Ka Mboya (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R208 800

R208 800

Mazah Holding And Investment

R0

R0

R91 596

R91 596

Maziya Gembe Development Projects

R0

R0

R51 500

R51 500

Mazndlela Investment

R0

R0

R16 646

R16 646

Md Civils

R4 976 989

R599 603

R1 015 379

R6 591 971

MD Construction

R0

R271 780

R0

R271 780

MDT Construction

R0

R0

R640 000

R640 000

Mendi Environ Services

R0

R0

R817 018

R817 018

Meridian Hygiene

R0

R25 302

R0

R25 302

Meva Trading Enterprise

R0

R42 104

R137 886

R179 990

Mgebe & Jimila Construction

R0

R32 992

R0

R32 992

Mhlengi Horticultural Services (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R432 890

R432 890

Midfran Roads (Pty) Ltd

R1 795 450

R1 190 995

R2 143 522

R5 129 967

Misa Services And Suppliers

R0

R21 750

R0

R21 750

Mnyanda Business Enterprise Cc

R0

R157 324

R1 512 604

R1 669 927

Mnyandube

R0

R109 320

R0

R109 320

Moke Construction and Projects

R0

R0

R1 511 033

R1 511 033

Molemi Construction

R0

R87 628

R0

R87 628

Molototsi Trading and Projects cc

R0

R0

R40 800

R40 800

Monty Naga Etala JV

R0

R0

R4 500 000

R4 500 000

Mpathuli General Trading

R0

R0

R222 500

R222 500

Mqabuss Trading

R0

R82 493

R0

R82 493

Msinsi Projects

R0

R0

R26 958

R26 958

Mulilavhathu Trading CC

R0

R0

R69 500

R69 500

Mzimkhulu Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R163 665

R163 665

Mzuya Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R43 202

R0

R43 202

Namathisa-Stick it Industrial Solutions

R0

R0

R202 000

R202 000

Nanaskj

R0

R1 900

R0

R1 900

Nceda Cleaning and Security Services

R8 061 688

R0

 

R8 061 688

Nethemba Investments 01 (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R63 041

R63 041

New Heights

R0

R84 678

R0

R84 678

Ngcongo Contracting & Trading

R0

R0

R112 757

R112 757

Ngile Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R22 600

R22 600

Nikabani Garden Services (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R45 700

R45 700

Njokweni Maintenance

R0

R0

R12 292

R12 292

Nkabinde

R0

R1 218 781

R873 778

R2 092 559

Nkungwini Investmant

R0

R0

R131 590

R131 590

Nndwa Trading (Pty) Ltd

R1 720 000

R0

R0

R1 720 000

Nokamboze (Pty) Ltd t/a Nohambaze Projects

R0

R0

R98 000

R98 000

Nombally Events (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R25 240

R25 240

Nomvuselelo Investments 01 (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R40 724

R40 724

Nonnositi

R0

R114 240

R0

R114 240

Nontanda Ka Ntanda Enterprises

R0

R36 375

R0

R36 375

Nosinombotsh Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd

R30 000

R0

R0

R30 000

NP Gxabhashe Construction

R0

R0

R488 624

R488 624

Np Mthini Construction Cc

R0

R550 800

R0

R550 800

Nqabo Construction

R0

R92 800

R0

R92 800

Nsizwakazi (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R141 639

R141 639

Ntabeni Business Solutions

R0

R101 400

R0

R101 400

Ntwenhle Business Venture

R0

R0

R135 002

R135 002

Nwaiz-Inga Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R81 696

R0

R81 696

Nyakaza Investments

R0

R0

R46 828

R46 828

Nz Khoza General

R0

R20 880

R0

R20 880

Ogle Civils

R0

R34 750

R0

R34 750

Open Road Civils (Pty) Ltd

R0

R43 201

R0

R43 201

Ovofon

R0

R96 672

R0

R96 672

Ozala Trading

R0

R325 048

R0

R325 048

PCM & Z Trading Enterprises CC

R122 848

R0

R0

R122 848

PD Construction

R0

R0

R3 104 858

R3 104 858

Pe Qwesha Business Enterprises T/A Simo Consulting Services

R0

R669 610

R1 502 100

R2 171 710

Pegsvill Building Construction

R0

R174 476

R0

R174 476

Penny-Farthing Engineering Sa (Pty) Ltd

R0

R6 696 286

R13 229 270

R19 925 555

Phungo Live-stock (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R82 600

R82 600

Phuthadichaba Trading Enterprise CC

R1 351 554

R0

R76 500

R1 428 054

Pish

R0

R81 600

R0

R81 600

Pj Onderhoudsdiens

R0

R953 563

R456 400

R1 409 963

Poloko Trading 634

R0

R938 923

R445 500

R1 384 423

Qomoa Trading Enterprise

R0

R468 661

R82 130

R550 791

Qph Cc\Expectra 388 Cc Jv

R850

R2 461 599

R5 305 072

R7 767 521

Qtc Civls

R0

R0

R1 414 639

R1 414 639

Rail Refurb Cc

R0

R8 259 647

R3 509 527

R11 769 174

Rainbow Civils

R0

R13 730 960

R10 452 739

R24 183 699

Rams Project Managers (Pty) Ltd

R0

R1 537

R11 502

R13 039

Raz Tewi

R0

R0

R10 363

R10 363

Razzmatazz Civils Pty Ltd

R0

R0

R4 513 912

R4 513 912

Rectifier Projects Pty Ltd

R0

R0

R5 713

R5 713

Rethusehile Civils And Trading Cc

R0

R1 063 385

R997 765

R2 061 150

Retoabe

R0

R0

R829 310

R829 310

Road Repair

R0

R0

R312 780

R312 780

Roadspan Surfaces Pty

R0

R627 195

R809 523

R1 436 717

Rona Re Fihlile

R0

R0

R29 000

R29 000

Rothe Plantscapers

R0

R0

R77 880

R77 880

Rotonation 86 Holdings

R0

R0

R38 963

R38 963

Rweba

R0

R0

R193 950

R193 950

S and J Dynamics

R0

R3 333

R0

R3 333

SA Native Trading & Projects

R0

R0

R65 500

R65 500

Saclawa Enterprises

R0

R1 383 883

R2 630

R1 386 513

Sakhikamva Export

R0

R1 900

R0

R1 900

Sakhingomso Trading

R0

R13 760

R0

R13 760

SAL Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R672 754

R0

R672 754

Samaai Construction

R0

R1 300 378

R1 175 423

R2 475 800

Sammelo Investments (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R97 367

R97 367

Sankofa Refentse Holdings Pty (Ltd)

R0

R51 500

R0

R51 500

Sarayi Trading Pty Ltd

R0

R44 950

R0

R44 950

Sbukwane Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R171 555

R171 555

Sbuleqhe

R87 000

R0

R0

R87 000

Semito Construction and Projects

R0

R0

R36 000

R36 000

Senamile Construction and General Services CC

R0

R0

R1 434 740

R1 434 740

Sengwayo Maintenance

R0

R0

R17 918

R17 918

Servest Cleaning (Pty) Ltd

R0

R232 381

R0

R232 381

Servest Landscaping

R0

R0

R117 954

R117 954

Sesizwile Transport and General Services

R0

R0

R2 123 968

R2 123 968

Setchabelo Trading 647

R25 000

R0

R0

R25 000

Seven Times A Lady

R0

R124 800

R0

R124 800

Shali Brothers Investments (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R167 411

R167 411

Shingakuvela Trading

R0

R0

R42 677

R42 677

Shoes Shumeka

R0

R0

R109 488

R109 488

Sibaleka Sonke

R0

R265 299

R73 840

R339 139

Sicedeni Contracting And Supply Cc

R0

R245 800

R309 820

R555 620

SIF Trading

R0

R0

R39 316

R39 316

Sikhululekile

R0

R29 576

R0

R29 576

Siliqa Trading Enterprise

R0

R119 600

R0

R119 600

Simandie Civils

R0

R635 176

R84 500

R719 676

Siphsisle Trading

R0

R43 202

R0

R43 202

Sisonke Co

R0

R35 000

R0

R35 000

Sixbar Trading 653 Cc

R0

R0

R904 828

R904 828

Siyakhasa Building

R0

R0

R1 256 880

R1 256 880

Siyanda Construction & Security Projects

R0

R0

R197 839

R197 839

Siyazabalaza Trading

R0

R95 111

R0

R95 111

Siyeza Civils Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R119 600

R0

R119 600

Sizisa Ukhanyo Trading

R0

R119 600

R0

R119 600

Sokhazimla Trading Cc

R0

R96 672

R0

R96 672

SOL

R0

R1 048 788

R0

R1 048 788

Sotika Trading CC

R0

R88 000

R368 225

R456 225

SSG Cleaning (Pty) Ltd

R0

R28 051

R0

R28 051

Star Arc Trading

R0

R812 618

R8 668 700

R9 481 318

Star Of Life Emergency Trading

R45 567

R1 771 810

R995 651

R2 813 028

Stara Trading Enterprise

R0

R0

R402 620

R402 620

Starplex Export

R0

R1 900

R0

R1 900

Streamline Trading Cc

R180 000

R1 728 480

R0

R1 908 480

Surprise Export

R0

R1 900

R0

R1 900

Take Note Export

R0

R1 900

R0

R1 900

Talon Construction

R0

R19 875

R36 920

R56 795

Tangana Business Solutions

R0

R119 600

R0

R119 600

Temoso Civils

R0

R0

R370 041

R370 041

Thamea Construction & Transport

R0

R44 200

R115 020

R159 220

The Trend Trading and Projects

R0

R0

R58 000

R58 000

Themba Holdings

R0

R970 361

R53 200

R1 023 561

Thina Lutsha T/A Ms Ally Trading

R0

R165 205

R45 570

R210 775

Thlanda Yini42 Enterprise

R0

R30 660

R0

R30 660

Tholo

R0

R0

R238 914

R238 914

Thomas Solomon Construction

R0

R311 831

R388 278

R700 109

Thomzama

R0

R124 280

R0

R124 280

Thuthuka Civils (Pty) Ltd

R114 000

R0

R0

R114 000

TK By Four Sales

R0

R0

R65 000

R65 000

Tmw Civils Works

R0

R40 500

R0

R40 500

TNNSN Contracting & Trading CC

R0

R0

R727 340

R727 340

TNT 888 Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R63 000

R63 000

Tokigen (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R7 000

R7 000

Tong Logistics

R0

R24 600

R0

R24 600

Top Maintenance/Donsatel 181 Cc

R0

R0

R2 945 186

R2 945 186

Transnorth Grass Cutting

R0

R0

R5 027 417

R5 027 417

Trideals Fourty Seven Cc

R0

R118 400

R1 406 973

R1 525 373

Tsella Construction Cc

R0

R8 800

R1 905

R10 705

Tshimoe Sons Civils And Contractor

R0

R162 432

R0

R162 432

Tsoelopili Projects

R0

R0

R27 000

R27 000

Tswelopele-Yarona Transport and Projects CC

R189 789

R0

R584 706

R774 495

Tunus Construction (Pty) Ltd

R0

R830 828

R3 611 600

R4 442 428

Tzitzikamma Fencing Cc

R0

R526 364

R783 350

R1 309 714

Ubuhle Trading CC

R0

R0

R688 304

R688 304

Ultramatix Twelve Cc

R0

R736 119

R1 815 360

R2 551 479

Umama Maintenance Services CC

R0

R0

R29 650

R29 650

Utugela Projects & Civils CC

R0

R0

R80 150

R80 150

Vader Projects And Investments

R0

R0

R211 500

R211 500

Valoworx 123

R0

R3 916 069

R829 640

R4 745 709

Vatiswa Cleaning Services And Contractors Security Supply (pty) Ltd

R257 732

R0

R3 600

R261 332

Vea Road Maintenance And Civils

R1 434 840

R4 240 571

R14 891 634

R20 567 045

Vee and Sons Construction

R0

R34 387

R0

R34 387

Vhuthi Cleaning and Security Services

R318 000

R0

R0

R318 000

Visionmint Projects

R0

R0

R102 000

R102 000

Vnq Project Consultant

R0

R179 023

R0

R179 023

Vukuzenzele Boukontrakteur

R0

R418 116

R260 153

R678 269

Vukuzenzele Trading

R0

R634 865

R1 540 577

R2 175 442

Vulindlela Maintenance And Services Cc

R0

R802 944

R2 060 281

R2 863 225

Wasserman Teerwerke

R0

R337 253

R2 020 050

R2 357 303

Weli And Cousins Gen Trading

R0

R0

R80 892

R80 892

Wild Break 1467

R0

R119 600

R0

R119 600

World Focus 1202

R0

R328 846

R69 880

R398 726

X-Delete-Tomfor Garden & Construction

R0

R0

R14 000

R14 000

Yesoni Trading (Pty) Ltd

R0

R0

R52 740

R52 740

YS James General Maintenance and Projects CC

R0

R0

R303 080

R303 080

Zamuvuka Construction

R0

R790 460

R900

R791 360

Zan Modolo Construction

R0

R30 512

R0

R30 512

Zilindiwe Trading Enterprise

R11 645

R0

R0

R11 645

Zimhlubi Construction

R0

R36 275

R0

R36 275

Zisikelele General Trading

R0

R119 600

R0

R119 600

Zongezile Construction

R0

R124 800

R0

R124 800

ZVCH Trading & Projects CC

R0

R0

R12 900

R12 900

ZY Events Management and Business Enterprise CC

R0

R0

R148 400

R148 400

Kareedouw

R0

R260 823

R0

R260 823

Grand Total

R36 126 483

R138 349 032

R199 634 155

R374 109 669

Railway Safety Regulator (RSR):

Please see Annexure A for the (a) total amount spent by the Railway Safety Regulator on (aa) cleaning, (bb) security and (cc) gardening services in the (aaa) 2017/18 and (bbb) 2018/19 financial years, (b) amount paid to each service provider to provide each specified service and (c) total amount which was paid to each of the service providers.

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA):

Please see Annexure B for the (a) total amount spent by the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa on (aa) cleaning, (bb) security and (cc) gardening services in the (aaa) 2017/18 and (bbb) 2018/19 financial years, (b) amount paid to each service provider to provide each specified service and (c) total amount which was paid to each of the service providers.

Ports Regulator of South Africa (PRSA)

(a) (ii) The Ports Regulator spent the following amounts on:

 

(aa) Cleaning

(bb) Security

(cc) Gardening Services

(aaa) 2017/18

R 4 440.30

R 3 483.09

R 0.00

(bbb) 2018/19

R 11 780.43

R 5 006.01

R 0.00

(b) Each of the amounts above were paid to one service provider, the cleaning service was for carpet cleaning which is a 1-day event every year. The security is for alarm system together with surveillance system as required by the insurance company.

(c) The amounts showed in the table were for one service provider for carpet cleaning and for security service.

South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA)

(a)(ii) The amounts paid for Cleaning and Security to suppliers for 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 financial years are below.

We did not have any gardening services.

07 October 2019 - NW896

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Health

Whether he has been informed of the shortage of doctors and nurses at Tonga Hospital in Nkomazi, Mpumalanga; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, by what date is it envisaged that the hospital will be fully incapacitated with the required personnel?

Reply:

Yes the Department is aware of shortage of doctors and nurses at Tonga Hospital. The Hospital is in a deep rural area, which makes it very difficult to recruit and retain professionals to provide services in the area.

The Hospital is currently running at 28.6% vacancy rate for doctors. There are 11 permanent doctors, 14 sessional doctors and 6 Community Service Professionals against the 35 posts for doctors on the establishment in the Hospital.

There is a greater need for nurses because the Hospital is currently running at 53.7% vacancy rate for nurses (39% vacancy rate for Professional nurses, at 32 vacancy rate for Enrolled nurses and 65% for Assistant nurses).

The Department has conducted an analysis and realised that there is a misdistribution of resources especially the nurses in Nkomazi Municipality. The sub-district is being serviced by two district hospitals, Shongwe and Tonga Hospitals, that are less than 50km apart. Shongwe is currently overstaffed, especially with professional nurses, yet their workload is very low, while Tonga is understaffed with a high workload, especially in the maternity section because of the cross-border patients.

The Department has initiated a project that will address efficiency in the two hospitals and their surrounding clinics by looking at rationalisation of resources and to distribute them more equitably. It will also consider advertising vacant posts if there is still a need to do so. According to the timelines of the project, the initiative should be completed by end of November 2019.

END.

07 October 2019 - NW605

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Transport

What number of (a) train drivers are currently employed by Metrorail and (b) vacancies currently exists?

Reply:

(A) The total number of train drivers currently employed are as follows:

Region

Number of train drivers employed

Western Cape

233

Eastern Cape

22

KwaZulu Natal

196

Gauteng

429

MLPS

103

Total

983

(B) The total number of vacancies are as follows:

Region

Number of train driver vacancies

Western Cape

38

Eastern Cape

21

KwaZulu Natal

60

Gauteng

140

MLPS

44

Total

303

The total PRASA rail vacancies rate is 562, based on the current approved structures under review and limited rolling stock.

07 October 2019 - NW961

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Lotriet, Prof A to ask the Minister of Health

Whether his department chartered any flights (a) in the (i) 2016-17, (ii) 2017-18 and (iii) 2018-19 financial years and (b) since 1 April 2019; if so, (aa) what was the (aaa) cost, (bbb) purpose and (ccc) final destination of each flight chartered in each specified time period and (bb) what number of passengers was aboard each flight chartered?

Reply:

a) (i) No;

(ii) No;

(iii) Yes.

b) Yes.

(aa) The cost implication are as follows:

(aaa) For 2018/19 amounted to R 47 million and since 1 April 2019 to date R 24 million.

(bbb) For both financial years mentioned which are 2018/19 and since 1 April 2019 to date, the purpose was to transport South African students studying medicine in Cuba to South Africa. Because of the big numbers and the logistics involved in transporting them all at once a charter option was deemed most effective.

These are students in different categories as follows:

i) those who have completed their 5th year in Cuba and would be commencing their 6th year in the South African Medical in Schools;

ii) those that are on vacation;

iii) those that come to do Electives in our health facilities in their Provinces to gain clinical experience;

iv) Sometimes those who have medical problems during the time the charter is available and need to be brought to South Africa for further medical treatment and intervention. In particular, when the Medical Schools Cuba have made a determination that they may not be able to cope with their Academic activities during the period of illness. The opportunity to bring them on a Charter is also used.

 

(ccc) For 2018/19 the following flights:

Date

From

To

03 July 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

06 July 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

08 July 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

11 July 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

15 July 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

18 July 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

31 July 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

03 August 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

26 August 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

30 August 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

Since 1 April 2019 to date the following flights:

Date

From

Destination

03 July 2019

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

05 July 2019

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

08 July 2019

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

10 July 2019

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

12 July 2019

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

14 July 2019

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

(bb) The number of passengers aboard each flight were as follows:

For 2018/19 the passenger numbers:

Date

From

To

Passenger Number

03 July 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

01

06 July 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

281

08 July 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

95

11 July 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

244

15 July 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

04

18 July 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

217

31 July 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

0

03 August 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

281

26 August 2018

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

300

30 August 2018

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

75

During 2018/19 financial year, the department chartered 282 (1 + 281) passengers on 3 to 6 July 2018; 339 (95 + 244 passengers from 8 to 11 July 2018; 221 (4 + 217) passengers from 15 to 18 July 2018; 281 (0 +281) passengers from 31 July 2018 to 03 August 2018; and 375 (300 + 75) passengers from 26 to 30 August 2018.

Since 1 April 2019 to date the passenger number:

Date

From

Destination

Passenger Number

03 July 2019

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

7

05 July 2019

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

214

08 July 2019

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

5

10 July 2019

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

214

12 July 2019

OR Tambo, SA

Havana, Cuba

193

14 July 2019

Havana, Cuba

OR Tambo, SA

222

In 2019 the department chartered 221(7+214) passengers on 3 to 5 July, on the 08 to 10 July chartered 219 (5+214) passengers and on the 12 to 14 July chartered 415 (193+222) passengers.

END.

04 October 2019 - NW968

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture”

(1). What are the full details of the National Arts Council’s policy in respect of expired grants and surplus funds that was approved in 2015; (2). whether he has found that the policy complies with the prescripts of the National Treasury regulations and the provisions of the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999; if not, what (a) are the relevant details and (b) steps did he take to intervene in this regard?

Reply:

(1). Expired projects are identified by the Arts Development Officer (ADO) in charge of the programme as stipulated in section 5 of the Expired and Surplus Funds Policy of the National Arts Council, see link below for Annexure 1, for full details and comprehensive outline of the process.

http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW968Annexure.pdf

In terms of clause 9 of the policy, the funds may be utilised to support projects and programmes that are designed to transform and grow the sector. These programmes may be identified by the Staff, Panels and Council and/or by means of an open call for applications. However, internal approval process should be followed as specified in the Grant Awarding Manual.

2(a). On realising that the policy in question might be in breach of the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 0f 1999 and Treasury regulations, the Department advised the National Arts Council to repeal or review the Policy.

(b). The Policy in question has been reviewed and was presented to the Audit and Risk Committee of the National Arts Council. The revised policy will be submitted to the Council for Council approval in the next Council meeting which will take place in October 2019.

04 October 2019 - NW970

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

Whether he has identified any governance issues at the National Arts Council (a) in each of the past three financial years and/or (b) since 1 April 2019; if so, what (i) are the relevant details and (ii) steps have been taken to address the governance issues?

Reply:

(a). I appointed the Council of the National Arts Council (NAC) on 2 October 2015. The initial term of office of the Council was expected to expire on 31 August 2019. Subsequent to the appointment of the Council of the National Arts Council, the Department received complaints from the members of the Arts sector pertaining to the process followed in appointing the Council. The concerns of the sector related to the two steps of the appointment process that were not followed namely:

  • publishing of the names of the nominated candidates to allow the members of the public comment with regards to the names of the potential Board members of the NAC.
  • publishing of the date (s) of the interviews to enable members of the public participate in the appointment process as provided for in the National Arts Council Act, 1997 (Act No. 56 of 1997).

Subsequent to the concerns raised, I issued an instruction that the process of appointing the Council of the NAC be started afresh. Consequently, indicated my intentions to dissolve the Council of the NAC on 27 May 2016 to give way for the process to appoint a new Council.

To avoid governance vacuum at the National Arts Council, I applied section 49(1) of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). In terms of section 49(1), if the public entity does not have a controlling body, the CEO is the Accounting Authority for that public entity. Consequently, the CEO of the National Arts Council is the Accounting Authority of the entity until a new Board is appointed.

In December 2017, a new Council was appointed, the new Council is appointed until November 2021.

(b)(i).Since 1 April 2019, the Department has delegated Departmental senior officials to all the entities to provide support to the entities to strengthen governance.

(ii). The Department developed a governance framework which will provide guidance and standardise some of the governance principles for the entities.

The Department has started implementing some of the elements of the governance principles including the induction workshops of all the newly appointed Councils. Further, the Department forged a partnership with the Institute of Directors of South Africa (IODSA) as part of the efforts to professionalise membership to Councils or Boards. This partnership will ensure that all the DAC Council or Board members formally register as Directors of Boards in line with best practice on good governance.

04 October 2019 - NW761

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Powell, Ms EL to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

What are the details of her department’s immediate plans to address the rapidly increasing housing backlog in the Republic?

Reply:

The National Housing assistance programme (Housing Code, 2009) sets the underlying policy principles, guidelines and norms and standards for various key housing delivery programmes to deal with the housing backlog. These housing programmes include the following:

    1. Integrated Residential Development Programme;
    2. Upgrading of Informal Settlements Programme;
    3. Social Housing and Community Residential Unit Programme;
    4. Finance Linked Subsidy Programme (FLISP), and
    5. Rural Housing Programme.

These housing programmes are funded through various Grants that are either transferred to the Provincial Departments of Human Settlements, Metropolitan Municipalities or some Human Settlements Entities, in particular the Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA) and the National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC). Provinces receive the Human Settlements Development Grant (HSDG), the Metropolitan Municipalities receive the Urban Settlements Development Grant, and the SHRA receives the Consolidated Capital Grant, while the NHFC receives funding for the Finance Linked Individual Subsidy.

As indicated in the table below, an amount of R18 779 815 000 will be transferred to Provinces in the 2019/20 financial year.

Human Settlements Development Grant

Provinces

2019/20

2020/21

2021/22

R`000

Total Allocation by province

Total Allocation by province

Total Allocation by province

EASTERN CAPE

1 960 278 000

1 634 932 000

1 631 302 000

FREE STATE

1 093 166 000

917 011 000

908 030 000

GAUTENG

5 164 409 000

4 319 346 000

4 293 873 000

KWAZULU-NATAL

3 485 407 000

3 100 921 000

2 694 924 000

LIMPOPO

1 301 677 000

1 098 807 000

1 079 035 000

MPUMALANGA

1 296 059 000

1 091 658 000

1 075 145 000

NORTHERN CAPE

470 262 000

403 061 000

387 887 000

NORTH WEST

1 934 947 000

1 641 426 000

1 601 428 000

WESTERN CAPE

2 073 610 000

1 729 455 000

1 725 616 000

Total

18 779 815 000

15 936 617 000

15 397 240 000

The HSDG budget allocation for the 2020/21 and 2021/22 financial years is R15.9 billion and R15.3 billion respectively. The Department will require much more than it is allocated per annum to make a significant impact on the housing backlog.

The R18 779 815 000 billion for 2019/20 will yield over 140 000 new housing opportunities (units and sites), including development planning, supplementary cost for bulk infrastructure in non-metropolitan areas and other related costs such as NHBRC enrolments.

Province

Sites

Units

Total Target

Eastern Cape

4 699

9 395

14 094

Free State

5 617

4 785

10 402

Gauteng

10 682

21 718

32 400

KwaZulu Natal

9 101

16 791

25 892

Limpopo

5 354

5 911

11 265

Mpumalanga

5 000

6 132

11 132

Northern Cape

830

1 226

2 056

North West

7 396

9 685

17 081

Western Cape

6 486

9 723

16 209

SA total

55 165

85 366

140 531

Source: Approved 2019/20 HSDG Business Plans

Furthermore, as indicated on the table below, an amount of R12 045 386 000 billion will be transferred to Metropolitan municipalities in the 2019/20 financial period through the Urban Settlements Development Grant (USDG). This amount is utilised as integrated top-up funding for infrastructure for municipal services and upgrades to urban informal settlements in the eight metropolitan municipalities.

URBAN SETTLEMENTS DEVELOPMENT GRANT

Municipality

2019/20

2020/21

2021/22

Buffalo City

R817 423 000

R655 735 000

R632 538 000

City of Cape Town

Rl 572 724 000

Rl 276 068 000

Rl 230 926 000

City of Ekurhuleni

R2 092 514 000

Rl 694 564 000

Rl 634 616 000

City of Johannesburg

Rl 968 023 000

Rl 591 883 000

Rl 535 569 000

City of Tshwane

Rl 711013 000

Rl 379 901 000

Rl 331 086 000

eThekwini

R2 094 441 000

Rl 690 379 000

Rl 630 580 000

Mangaung

R813 563 000

R649 912 000

R626 921000

Nelson Mandela Bay

R975 685 000

R778 352 000

R750 817 000

TOTAL

R12 045 386 000

R9 716 794 000

R9 373 053 000

Additionally, the SHRA and NHFC are allocated R723 and R95 million respectively to delivery on rental accommodation and finance linked housing.

 

PURPOSE

2019/20

2020/21

2021/22

SHRA

Provide for affordable rental accommodation through the Social Rental Housing Programme

R723 706 000

R762 747 000

R804 646000

NHFC

Housing subsidy for first-time home buyers to assist with purchasing a home

R95 000 000

R334 250 000

R480 000000

04 October 2019 - NW865

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

(1) What (a) action has his department taken to ensure television exposure for sports practiced by women and (b) types of sports practiced by women are being televised; (2) what action has his department taken to make football and rugby more accessible to women’s participation at school, national and provincial level; (3) whether his department sponsors any provincial and/or national women’s sports tournaments; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) whether his department has implemented any developmental programmes to train (a) referees, (b) players and (c) administrators in any type of sports practiced by women in each province; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (5) whether his department pays any financial allocations to provincial governments for the promotion of sports practiced by women; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. There is a direct correlation between broadcast coverage and commercial funding of sports codes from the private sector. Without broadcasting hours sports codes have no or little chance to become financially self-sufficient. Financial sustainability required for the survival and development of sporting codes is to a large extent a function of broadcasting coverage. The Department has an on annual basis had discussions with the public Broadcaster and the Pay TV broadcaster to negotiate the coverage of a basket of sport events. On a yearly basis Sport and Recreation SA identifies a code of Sport that is the Federation of the Year. Additional resources are provided to those codes in profiling and growing the sport towards professionalisation. Television broadcast is also negotiated on behalf of those codes. Sport and Recreation SA played a leading role in ensuring that all matches in the Netball Premier League which was initiated in 2013 was televised live with repeated broadcasts every year since inception. The live broadcast of matches in the Premier Hockey League which caters for both men and women. The inaugural Open Boxing League catering for both men and women was televised.

The broadcast of sports events is regulated by the Sports Broadcast Service Regulations. In December 2018, The Independent Communications Authority (ICASA) published the draft Broadcast Services Regulations to amend Broadcast Services Regulations of 2010.

In order to ensure a long-term sustainable broadcast solution regarding sport broadcast rights, ICASA in consultation with Department of Communications and Digital Technologies conducted public hearings so that it can undertake amendments to the Sports Broadcast Service Regulations of 2010 and concluded the public hearings process in May 2019.

As provided by the Act, ICASA will communicate with the two Ministries Sports, Arts and Culture and Communications and Digital Technologies prior to publishing the final regulations, giving the Minister an opportunity to make recommendations.

2(a) The funds that the Department transfers to SAFA are meant primarily for Women’s Football with a portion for Schools Football.

(b) The Department has made special additional allocation to SAFA for the National Women’s League.

(c) In terms of rugby the funds allocated to South African Rugby are specifically meant primarily for Women’s Rugby and the Get into Rugby programme which targets development of Women’s Rugby.

(3) Yes, The funds referred to in question 2 above are used by SAFA and South African Rugby for National Women’s Tournaments.

(4) The National Federations implement the development programme targeting (a) referees (b) players and (c) administrators utilizing the financial support provided by the Department.

(a) This is in line with the National Sport and Recreation Plan which places the responsibility of developing referees, players and administrators on Federations and that of providing an enabling environment and support on the Department.

(b) Within the conditional grant provision is made for building the capacity of people delivering the school sport programme, club development programme, community sport and active recreation and academies. The allocation includes the development of (a) referees (b) players (c) administrators and coaches

(5)

(a) The Provinces are beneficiaries of the Mass Participation and Sport Development Grant. There is no ringfenced amount for Womens participation in Sport, but in terms of the conditions, programmes must cater for men, women, boys, girls, people with disabilities and on rural areas.

(b) In the 5 years up to 2018, 51% of participants in the National School Sport championships were girls. Other programmes like the youth Camps, Golden Games, National Recreation Day have catered for more women and girls than men.

04 October 2019 - NW868

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Faber, Mr WF to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

Whether;there was a dispute between the former Department of Sport and Recreation and the Department of Basic Education regarding the delivery methodology of the National School Sport Championships; if so (a) why and (b) what are the relevant details;(2)  whether the dispute has been resolved; if so, how?

Reply:

1. There was no dispute.

(a) There was a difference of approach to the National school Sport Championship.

(b) Sport and Recreation is focused on the long-term development of the athlete to align the age group and the talent development with the International school Sport Competition (Gymnasiade). The Department of Basic Education and provincial Departments of Education preferred the 3 seasons championships National School Sports Championships.

2. Both Departments continue to deliver the 3 seasons National Championships.

04 October 2019 - NW971

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Faber, Mr WF to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

(1). Whether the National Arts Council recommended the approval of a grant funding proposal to a certain trust (name furnished) in August 2016, which was classified as an expired project; if so, (a) was the funding application submitted directly to the executive committee and the National Arts Council without following the normal funding application process, (b) what amount was requested, (c) was this allocation of funding authorised and (d) what steps have been taken against officials for awarding funding without the application following the normal funding application process; (2). whether the funding to the specified trust was authorised for a period of three years even though the application was only for a year; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details? NW2125E

Reply:

(1)(a). The proposal in question followed all processes as stipulated in the Grant Awarding Policy signed in May 2016, section 7.6 Flagships and Partnership Funding. The proposal served at both EXCO and Council.

(b).The amount requested was R1 889 285 in total.

(c). Yes, the funding allocation was approved by Council in August 2016.

(d). Due to allegations that processes were not followed, the DAC appointed Gobodo Forensic to investigate the allegations. The findings of the report were tested through a disciplinary process against the CEO and the ADM. Both the CEO and ADM were subsequently exonerated.

(2). The funding allocated was in phases which were estimated to run for three years and disbursement was made against deliverables. The submission which went to Council had a typo indicating the project as 12 months. All supporting documents were labelled as 3 years including the Business Plan.This was tested and confirmed during the CEO’s disciplinary hearing.

04 October 2019 - NW875

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

(1)With regard to the 2019 All Africa Games, (a) on what date did the soccer team (i) depart for Morocco and (ii) pay the registration fee and (b) who paid the registration fees; (2) whether there was a specific resolution regarding not covering any costs related to the alleged irregular entrance of the SA Football Association (SAFA) in the All Africa Games; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) what were the total costs of (a) participation, (b) accommodation, (c) travel and (d) other logistics for (i) SASCOC and (ii) SAFA?

Reply:

(1) The reply from SASCOC indicated that SASCOC is unclear as to (a) on what date the soccer team (i) departed for Morocco (ii) paid registration fees and (b) who paid the registration fees.

(2) The reply provided by SASCOC to this question is that there was no specific resolution. They indicated that; given that SASCOC, per its agreed to selection criteria, did not permit SAFA to attend the African Games 2019, no costs were paid by SASCOC.

(3) The reply from SASCOC indicates that there were costs for (a) participation (b) accommodation (c) travel (d) other logistics for (i) SASCOC, the costs of which have not yet been finalised. They will host a debrief meeting on 26 September 2019, after which the actual costs will be known.

(ii) Despite requests for information sent to SAFA and follow up reminders the only response received is that they are still in the process of finalising the overall accounts of participation, and that “all funds used were that of SAFA’s exclusively”.

04 October 2019 - NW1005

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Powell, Ms EL to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

(1)What (a) total amount did her department allocate to the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality in the Urban Settlement Development Grant for the current municipal financial year, (b) portion of the specified amount did the specified municipality designate to install water and sanitation infrastructure and (c) portion of the amount allocated for water and sanitation infrastructure will be used in the Lindelani informal settlement; (2) by what date will all residents of Lindelani have access to piped, potable water within a 100 metre radius of their homes; (3) (a) what number of chemical and container toilets are currently provided to residents in Lindelani, (b) what is the name of the company that was contracted to provide the chemical and container toilets, (c) what amount has the specified company been paid to date, (d) how often are the toilets serviced and (e) what remedial action is available to residents who experience broken toilets?

Reply:

(1)(a) The Urban Settlement Development Grant for the current municipal financial year allocated to the City of Ekurhuleni is R2.092 billion.

(b) A total of R25 000 000 was allocated to install water and sanitation infrastructure for both formal and informal settlements.

(c) The water and sanitation service ratio for Lindelani Informal Settlement is adequate and in certain instances exceeds the minimum standard, therefore no budget was allocated.

(2) There are three permanent stand pipes that have been provided to the community of Lindelani and four (4) water tankers deliver water on a daily basis within a radius of 100 meters from every household. The residents of Lindelani have access to piped and potable water within a radius of 100 meters from their homes. The City of Ekurhuleni is installing more water points in the areas that are expanding.

 

(3) (a) A total of 2 157 chemical toilets are provided for the Lindelani Informal settlement.

(b) The company currently providing chemical toilets in Lindelani Informal Settlement is

(c) A total of R 2 584 733, 10 has been paid since the new contract commenced on the 1st of July 2019

(d) The toilets are serviced once a week.

(e) In terms of the existing Service Level Agreement, the service provider is responsible for the maintenance of the toilets. The City of Ekurhuleni provides oversight by ensuring that the service providers adhere to the contractual turnaround times for repairs.

 

 

04 October 2019 - NW930

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Powell, Ms EL to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

By what date will all residents residing in the Alfred Nzo District Municipality have access to piped, potable water within a 100 metres from their homes?

Reply:

Currently, 45.9% of the residents of Alfred Nzo District Municipality have access to piped potable water supply as compared to 20.9% in 1994. According to the 2016/17 Water Services Master Plan for the Alfred Nzo District Municipality, an amount of R14, 6 billion is required to achieve universal access to water services in the entire District.

Grant funding received by the municipality averages R400 million per year against a requirement of R6, 1 billion over the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF). Should the current funding situation not change, it may take more than 10 years for all residents of the Alfred Nzo District Municipality to have access to piped potable water supply within 100 metres from their home.

04 October 2019 - NW969

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture”

(1). What is the current status of the investigation into the complaints received from the SA Roadies Association (SARA) against the National Arts Council in respect of the alleged failure of the Council to award SARA a grant based on the policy relating to expired grants and surplus funds; (2). whether he instituted any forensic audits to investigate the complaints; if so, (a) who conducted the audits, (b) what were the outcomes of each audit and (c) will he furnish Mrs V van Dyk with copies of the outcomes of the audits; (3). with reference to the alleged fake funding proposal received from the SARA, (a) how was it discovered that the proposal was fake, (b) in whose name was the proposal, (c) who created the proposal and (d) what steps have been taken to address the fake funding proposal. NW2123E

Reply:

1. The two reports submitted by the Business Innovations Group (BIG) and Gobodo Forensic and Investigation Accounting (GIFA) concluded that Mr Nyathela’s allegations were unfounded and that the NAC acted within its policy.

2. Yes, I instituted two investigations,

(a). The audits were conducted by independent firms: Gobodo Forensics and Investigation Group (GIFA)and Business Innovations Group (BIG).

(b). Both the BIG and the GFIA audits concluded that Mr Nyathela’s allegations were unfounded and that the NAC acted within its policy.

(c). Yes, copies of the audit outcomes are available and marked as confidential and not for distribution, but can be furnished to the honourable member upon request.

3.(a). The was no evidence to suggest that the NAC staff members were involved in any irregularities involving the grant funding application submitted by SARA.

04 October 2019 - NW822

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

(1)Whether her department has put any plans in place to assist the City of Ekurhuleni to renovate its rental stock from the dilapidated state in order to be safe for tenants; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether she has found that tenants are able to pay market-related rental rates for the City of Ekurhuleni’s rental stock even if they cannot afford to put food on the table or pay school fees; if not, whether she will investigate the practice; (3) whether her department has put any mechanism in place to ensure that municipalities provide safe and decent living conditions to tenants through rental stock; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) Yes, the National Department of Human Settlements (NDHS) has a Social Housing and Community Residential Units (CRU) Policy in place. The Social Housing Programme is implemented by the Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA). The CRU programme is implemented by Provinces. Over and above, the NDHS provides grant funding to provinces for the redevelopment and renovations of hostels.

(2) The Ekurhuleni Housing Company is a Municipal Owned Entity mandated with the management of the rental stock/property on behalf of the City of Ekurhuleni. The Ekurhuleni Housing Company's rental stock is managed under the auspices of the Social Housing Act, specifically targeted at individuals and households who meet the Social Housing criteria. Prospective tenants are subjected to a rigorous application process to select the right qualifying beneficiaries before approval of the application.

(3) The provision of security, cleaning and maintenance services fall within the mandate of the municipalities that own the rental properties. Where a Municipality has appointed an agent to manage the rental property on its behalf, the agent will take responsibility for the provision of secured and decent living conditions to tenants.

 

 

04 October 2019 - NW993

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Sarupen, Mr AN to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture”

1. Whether he has been informed that the Springs Library in Ekurhuleni Metro has been closed for over a year, if so, what has he found to be the reason for the closure of the specified library for an extended period; 2. (a) by what date will the library be reopened and (b) what is the cause of the delay of the reopening; 3. by what date will the necessary repairs to the air-conditioning and other repairs be finalised? NW2145E

Reply:

1. The provision of library and information services to communities is the mandate of the provincial Departments of Sports, Arts and Culture. The library was closed on 2 January 2019 due to flooding which damaged the roof and the floor. Upon further assessment it was discovered that the storm water beneath the library is the problem that damaged the floor, carpets and the shelves.

2. Due to the increased scope of work the initial funding is insufficient and more funding is being sourced. In the interim, a mobile library services are provided to the community. Repairs will commence as soon as funding is made available.

04 October 2019 - NW790

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Madlingozi, Mr BS to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Cnlture”

(1). (a). What amount was spent on advertising by (i) his department and and (ii) state-owened entities reporting to him in the (aa) 2016-17, (bb)2017-18 and (cc) 2018-19 financial years; (2). what amount of the total expenditure incurred by (a) his department and (b) state-owned entities reporting to him went to (i) each specified black-owned media company and (ii) outdoor advertising in each specified financial year and (c) on outdoor advertising by his department and state-owned entities reporting to him went to each black-owned media company in each specified financial year?

Reply:

DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND ADVERTISING EXPENDITURE

(1) &(2)(i)(ii). The table below, respond to the question on advertising done by my department, it should ne

(2) further noted that my department has not done any outdoor advertising in the said financial years

2016 - 2017

Media Type

Supplier

Ownership

Cost

 

Ulutsha Communication

Black-owned

R 497, 040.00

 

Sagittarius Communication

Black-owned

R 244, 427,00

 

Hatchery Communication

BEE level 3

R 439 377.00

 

Communication Firm

Black-owned

R 8 506 226.85

 

Mashemong Communication

Black-owned

R 406 281,80

 

GCIS

Government

R 1,096 840.99

Total

   

R11,190,193.64

2017 - 2018

Media Type

Supplier

Ownership

Cost

Media Buying & Advertising

Ulutsha Communication

Black-owned

R 683, 936.00

 

Sagittarius Communication

Black-owned

R 39 100.00

 

Sandile Multimedia Technologies

Black-owned

R213 400.00

 

Kwa Afrika media

Black-owned

R 137, 500.00

 

GCIS

Government

R7 797 658,13

Total

   

R8 871 594,13

2018 - 2019

Media Typ

Supplier

Ownership

Cost

Media Buying & Advertising

Ulutsha Communication

Black-owned

R 2,431,100.00

 

Sagittarius Communication

black-owned

R 390 022,19

 

Kwa Afrika media

black-owned

R 1, 019,000.00

 

GCIS

Government

R 4 536 443,35

Total

   

R8 376 565.54

NAME OF ENTITY

NAME OF THE COMPANY

BLACK OWNED MEDIA

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

Luthuli Museum

Fikozor Business Enterprise

yes

R1 509 000

R 1 376 000

R 2 181 000

 

RC Hiring

yes

-

-

-

 

Sneriza Business Enterprise

yes

-

-

-

 

Zamadela Events

yes

-

-

-

 

Sgegede and Themane Manyosi Brothers

yes

-

-

-

 

Innovative Concepts

yes

-

-

-

           

Market Theatre

   

R4 011 928,41

R2 000 555,43

R 1 474 538,08

           

SAHRA

 

Yes

R 67 427.00

R 69 455.00

R 70 064.00

ENTITIES ADVERTISING EXPENDITURE

(1)(ii)

(aa), (bb) and (cc)

State Theatre

Izube alternate Advertising

Yes

R 267 034.00

-

-

 

Pallazo Printers

Yes

R 96 670.00

-

-

 

Naked Naartjie

Yes

R 232 903

-

-

 

Leruo Mpumelelo Media

Yes

R 32 400

-

-

 

Azadex PTY Ltd

Yes

R509 840

R 148 519

-

 

EN Action Productions

Yes

R 114 260

-

-

 

JZ Decaux SA PTY Ltd

Yes

R133 950

-

-

 

Spectrum Printers CC

Yes

R673 987,18

R 459 174,23

R 293 700,34

 

Madiba Promotions

Yes

 

R59 451.00

R85 650

 

Art Man

Yes

 

R 97 250

R 50 872

 

Shereno Printers CC

yes

R 21 413

R 96 963

R 198 407,59

 

Phinot Nostalgic Projects

 

-

-

R 136 800

 

Sisa Collection

 

-

-

R 42 525

 

Dzongeni Projects

Yes

-

-

R32 961

 

SABC Radio

Yes

R 498 000

R 285 000

R 316 250

           

ARTSCAPE

   

R 1 495 760,79

R 1 310 661,12

R 1 284 555.69

           

Afrikaans Taal museum

Media 24

Yes

-

-

R 1200.00

 

Frantic Digital

Yes

-

-

R35 290.05

 

Media 24

Yes

-

R 22 369.64

R 26 887.97

 

Radia KC

yes

-

R 2000

R5000

 

Frantic Digital

yes

-

 

R 35 290.05

           

Freedom Park

Ultimate Recruitment

Yes

R132 210

-

-

 

Basadzi

Yes

R 44 924

-

-

 

Adreacht/a Fikelela

yes

R282 684

-

-

 

Tender Bulletin

yes

R 4 831 00

-

-

 

Basadzi

yes

-

R 82 998

-

 

Tender Bulletin

yes

-

R 3 500.00

-

 

Human Communication

Yes

-

R 11 500.00

-

 

Tender Bulletin

yes

-

R 5 272.00

-

           

National Arts Council

 

Yes

R 185 897

R218 892

R 360 984

 

NAME OF THE COMPANY

BLACK OWNED

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

National Heritage Council

Basadzi

Yes

R 44 783.46

   
 

Government printers work

Government

R 2 500.00

-

-

 

Independent Newspaper

yes

R 63 735.63

-

-

 

Jonti printers

yes

R 8 334.95

-

-

 

Government Printing Works

Government

R 500

-

-

 

Government Printing work

Government

-

R8000.00

-

 

Human Comm

yes

-

R 69 541.73

-

 

Independent Newspaper

yes

-

R 30 886.70

-

 

Basdazi

yes

-

R 32 719.52

-

 

Jonti Tenders

yes

-

R 16 294 .52

-

 

Millennium Media

 

-

-

R 558 140.01

 

Government Printing Works

Government

-

-

R 1006.59

 

Human Comms

 

-

-

R 45 406 .31

 

Basadzi

 

-

-

R 23 503.32

 

Indepent newspaper

 

-

-

R127 485.78

 

Jonti tenders

 

-

-

R 12 261.76

           

PanSALB

   

R 8987.76

R 1000.00

R 317 444.40

     

R 20 629.44

R 29 315.33

 
     

R45 297.90

R 621 000.00

 
       

R 496 840.50

 
       

R 32 970.30

 
       

R 230 614.02

 
           

Robben Island Museum

Basadzi

Yes

R 66 881.57

   
 

Human Communications

NO

R 212 736.67

-

-

 

Kone Staffing Solution

yes

R 29 554.78

-

-

 

Basadzi

Yes

-

R 167 919.80

 
 

Human Communications

yes

-

R 195 106.33

-

 

Kone Staffing Solution

yes

-

R 66 469.75

-

 

Basadzi

 

-

-

R 257 314.50

 

Human Communications

 

-

-

R 214 494.77

 

Kone Staffing Solution

 

-

-

R 69 258.44

 

NAME OF THE COMPANY

BLACK OWNED

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

William Humphreys Art Gallery

Independent Newspaper

 

R 3 051.35

-

-

 

Discount Travellers

 

R 1 640.00

 

-

 

Independent Newspaper

-

-

R 7 269.76

-

 

Media 24

-

-

R 3 886.24

-

 

Reflecto signs

-

-

R10 710.30

-

 

Find it Kimberley

-

-

-

R 2 298.85

 

Media 24

-

-

-

R 28 000.00

 

Independent Newspapers

-

-

-

R13 923.68

 

Siyafika Communications

-

-

-

R 46 294.00

           

Ditsong Museums of SA

   

R 248 639

-

-

     

R 443 597

-

-

     

R 990 472

-

-

 

NAME OF THE COMPANY

BLACK OWNED

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

War Museum of the Boer Republic

SPM Brochures

No

R 4 995.00

R 4 9995.00

R 4 995.00

 

Media 24

No

 

R 3 716 86

R 2 081.27

 

Government Printing Works

Government

R500.00

   
           

Msunduzi Museum

 

Yes

R44 947.41

R 28 641

R 134 710

           

Nelson Mandela Museum

Sawubona

SAA

R 20 00.00

-

R 20 000.00

 

Explore Magazine

Yes

R23 950.00

-

-

 

Mzansi Travel magazine

Yes

R 27 950.00

-

-

 

Eastern Cape Coast

 

R 15 000.00

R 15 000.00

R 15 000.00

 

Sky Ways

SA Express

-

-

-

 

Equinox Magazine

Tsogo Sun

-

R39 950.00

R 39 950.00

 

African Safari

-

 

R 26 000.00

 
 

Daily Dispatch

-

 

R 30 000.00

R32 000.00

 

SABC Umhlobo wenene

Government

-

-

280 000.00

 

NAME OF THE COMPANY

BLACK OWNED

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

National Film Video Foundation

Basazdi

Government Printing Works

yes

Government

R 44 783.46

R 2 500.00

-

-

 

Independent Newspaper

yes

R63 735.63

-

-

 

Jonti Printers

yes

R 8 334.95

-

-

 

Government Printers Works

Government

R 500.00

-

-

 

Government Printing Works

Government

-

R 8000.00

-

 

Human Comm

Yes

-

R 69 541.73

-

 

Independent Newspaper

Yes

-

R 30 886.70

-

 

Basadzi

Yes

-

R 32 719.75

-

 

Jonti Tenders

yes

-

R 16 294.52

-

 

Millennium Media

 

-

 

R 58 140.01

 

Government Printing works

Government

-

-

R 1006.59

 

Human Comms

yes

-

-

R 25 503.32

 

Basadzi

yes

-

-

R 7 090.19

 

Independent Newspaper

yes

-

-

R127 485.78

 

Jonti Tenders

yes

-

-

R12 261.76

 

NAME OF THE COMPANY

BLACK OWNED

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

KwaZulu Natal Museum

Media 24

 

R 45 109

-

-

 

Government Printing Works

 

R 2 250

-

-

 

Sign Centre

 

R 18 810

-

-

 

Albert Fall

 

R 5 200

-

-

 

Capital Newspaper

 

R 2 981

-

-

 

DR’s TV Adverts

 

R 7 125

-

-

 

Happy Earth

 

R 1 500

-

-

 

Logo Graphics

 

R 4 104

-

-

 

MUM’s Mail

 

R 29 422

-

-

 

Weslam Agencies

 

R 14 649

-

-

 

Media 24

 

-

R 50 568

-

 

Government Printing Works

 

-

R27 930

-

 

Sign Centre

 

-

R 27 930

-

 

Albert Falls

 

-

R5 600

-

 

Capital Newspaper

 

-

R20 570

-

 

DR’s TV Adverts

 

-

R 7 410

-

 

YO Entertainment

 

-

R 2 500

-

 

MUM’S Mail

 

-

R5 700

-

 

Logo Graphics

 

-

R16 644

-

 

On Time Embroidery

 

-

R 57 779

-

 

City Printing Works

 

-

R 9 988

-

 

Project Gateway

 

-

R 20 000

-

 

Media 24

 

-

-

R 31 940

 

Facebook

 

-

-

R 6 681

 

City printing Works

 

-

-

R 6 681

 

Project Gateway

 

-

-

R 20 000

 

Happy Earth

 

-

-

R1 500

 

Mum’ Earth

 

-

-

R 19 906

 

City Printing Works

 

-

-

R 19 688

 

Black Snowflake

 

-

-

R 10 000

 

Braby’s

 

-

-

R 16 168

 

Logo Graphics

 

-

-

R 30 581

 

Maritzburg College

 

-

-

R6 950

 

Jum Design’s

 

-

-

R 4 140

 

Portfolio Media

 

-

-

R 9 775

 

NAME OF THE COMPANY

BLACK OWNED

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

National Library of South Africa

Basadzi Personnel CC

 

R 27 063.99

-

-

 

Government Printing Works

 

R 7 379.91

-

-

 

Human Communications

 

R 8 244.78

-

-

 

PNET PTY LTD

 

R 21 086.58

-

-

 

Career Junction

 

R 1 700.00

-

-

 

PIXODEL Design Studio

 

R 6 500.00

-

-

 

Brand Inn Printing

 

R 13 350

-

-

 

MINI Print

 

R1 407.90

-

-

 

Thabile Print

 

R 24 795

-

-

 

Blackpage Marketing

 

R 17 450

-

-

 

ABUJONES projects

 

R 8 909 .37

-

-

 

Newsclip Media DEC-IN 0000104594

Non-compliant contributor

R 9 204.97

-

-

 

Lemon and Soda 1st Edition

 

R 6 315.60

-

-

 

Harry’s Printers

 

R 4 277.50

-

-

 

Government Printing Works

 

-

R 5 750

 
 

Career Junction

 

-

R 15 903

 
 

LED Cool PTY LTD

 

-

R 3 600

 
 

Newsclip Media Monitoring

 

-

R 21 518.02

 
 

Deep Design and Marketing

 

-

R 4 050

 
 

Blackpage Marketing

 

-

R 39 750

 
 

Thabile Print

 

-

R 8 208

 
 

Elle Promotions

 

-

R 27 588

 
 

Minit Print Holdings

 

-

R 2 780.46

 
 

BIG O Trading 787

 

-

R 4 332.00

 
 

Novus Group

 

-

-

R 9 444.96

 

News clip Media

 

-

-

R 96 654.46

 

Government Printing Works

 

-

-

R 1 261.00

 

Led Cool Pty Ltd

 

-

-

R 6 800

 

Elle Promotions

 

-

-

R 23 115

 

ARMANI Office Supplies

 

-

-

R19 973.93

 

NAME OF THE COMPANY

BLACK OWNED MEDIA

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

Playhouse Company

 

Yes

R 308 940.00

65 202.79

-

 

Government owned (SABC)

 

R79 942.50

R256 081.05

-

           

Iziko Museums

City Life Newspaper

no

R64 013.43

R37 115.67

R118 507.85

 

Astronomical Society

no

R 2 500.00

   
 

Face book Standard Bank

no

R951.60

R70.13

 
 

Google-Standard

no

785.38

-

 
 

Government Printers

State owned

R 1 750.01

R 3 000.00

 
 

Heart 104.9

Radio

R3 266.21

   
 

Independent Newspaper

No

R 41 708.08

R38 102.31

 
 

Media 24

No

R36 776.40

   
 

Telkom SA

State owned

R19 039.14

R 62 700.00

 
 

Times Media

No

8 280.96

   
 

Hunter House

No

 

R19 380.00

 
 

Place Myad

   

R 11 461.11

 
 

Radio Pulpit

Radio

 

R10 025.00

 
 

SABC Good Hope

Radio

 

R 62 700.00

 
 

Tiso Blackstar Group

   

R 21 511.80

 
 

Twitter Standard Bank

   

R 1 717.70

 
 

Voice of the Cape

   

R 4 560. 00

 

(2)(b) (i) (ii) and (c)

NAME OF ENTITY

BLACK OWNED

OUTDOOR

ADVERTISING

MEDIA COMPANY

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

Market Theatre

Yes

Yes

AD Outpost

-

R 67 716

-

-

   

Adreach

-

R 28 306,43

-

-

             

State Theatre

Yes

Continental Outdoor

-

R 247 950

R 19 950

 
             

ARTSCAPE

yes

 

-

R 523 605

R 405 581,91

R 345 702.80

             

Afrikaans Taalmuseum

yes

Budget Barners

-

R 484.50

-

-

             
 

yes

Smart Digital Media

-

R 1834

-

-

 

yes

Frantic Digital

-

R 35 290.05

-

R 35 290.05

             

Freedom Park

yes

Adreacht/a Fikelela

-

R282 684

-

-

   

Adreach t/a Fikelela

-

-

R 348 348

-

   

Adreach t/a Fikelela

-

-

-

R351 555

             

NAC

yes

-

Whoodoo Media and Advertising

R 109 291

R190 733

R260 371

 

yes

-

Busi Ntuli Communications

-

-

R99 502

 

BLACK OWNED

OUTDOOR

ADVERTISING

MEDIA COMPANY

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

National Heritage Council

 

No

Media 24

R 71 592.00

-

-

   

No

Times Media

R 91 262.70

-

-

   

Government printers

Government Printing Works

R 1 250.00

R500.00

-

   

yes

Lombe Holdings

-

R346 850

-

             
   

yes

NN Concepts

 

R 91 902

 

PANsalb

 

no

Media 24

R 8 987.76

R 496 840.50

R317 444.40

   

Yes

Tiso Black Star

R 65 927.34

R 262 984.32

-

     

Independent Newspaper

-

R 650 315.33

-

   

Government

Government Printing Works

-

R 1000.00

-

 

BLACK OWNED

OUTDOOR

ADVERTISING

MEDIA COMPANY

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

National Museum

   

Media 24

-

R 16 364.70

-

     

SA art Times

-

R27 500

-

     

Xasha Publishing

-

R 1 653.00

-

     

Moja Media

-

R11 491.20

-

     

Highburry Media

-

R14 250.00

-

     

Moja Media

-

R 11 250.00

-

     

Highburry Media

-

R14 250.00

-

     

BVSA Advertising

-

R 3 650

-

     

SunMedia

-

R 768.00

-

     

Government Printing Work

-

R 2250.00

-

     

Media 24

-

R 28 080.85

-

     

Tiiso Blackstar Group

-

R52 240.00

-

     

The Citizen

-

R 13 200.30

-

     

Independent News Paper

-

R 26 174.40

-

 

BLACK OWNED

OUTDOOR

ADVERTISING

MEDIA COMPANY

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

Ditsong Museums of SA

 

Yes

     

R 243 727.20

             

WAR Museums of the Boer Republic

 

SPM Brochures

       
   

Media 24

   

R 3 716.86

R 2 081.27

   

Government Printing Works

 

R 4 995.00

R4 995.00

R 4 995.00

 

BLACK OWNED

OUTDOOR

ADVERTISING

MEDIA COMPANY

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

Playhouse Company

Yes

   

R273 47.60

   
     

Yes

R 213 459.80

   
     

yes

R468 873.30

R 611 454.64

 
             

Iziko Museums

 

C K Outdoor Advertising

Yes

-

-

R20 700.00

04 October 2019 - NW893

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Langa, Mr TM to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

What (a) total number of informal settlements exist (i) in each province and (ii) in the Republic, (b) total amount of money would it cost for the Government to eradicate all informal settlements in the Republic and (c) is her department’s plan for eradicating informal settlements?

Reply:

(a)(i) Total number of informal settlements in each province is as follows:

Eastern Cape (305), Free State (153), Gauteng (710), Kwazulu Natal (248), Limpopo (90), Mpumalanga (268), Northern Cape (111), North West (172) and Western Cape (643).

(ii) The total number of informal settlements in the Republic is 2700. The status as at October 2017, based on information provided by Provinces and some Metropolitan municipalities, as well as information gathered by the Department during the informal settlement assessments, categorisation and development of the upgrading plans.

(b) It should be noted that the number of informal settlements is constantly on the increase, amongst others, due to people moving to urban areas and city centres with the hope to increase their prospects of securing employment opportunities. Due to this reality, government’s immediate priority is to upgrade informal settlements by providing access to water, sanitation, electricity and other essential services in order to ensure that people live under decent and habitable conditions.

The total amount of money it would cost Government to upgrade all informal settlements in the Republic will depend on whether a settlement will be in-situ upgraded or need to be relocated due to the site constraints. In-situ upgrading is preferred in order to minimise livelihood disruptions and relocations are a last resort. The upgrading of settlements needs to be incremental i.e. a process of change over time, with the initial priority of addressing health and safety, essential services and functional tenure. Land tenure solutions need to be simplified and partnerships with communities and civil society are critical.

(c) Department has approved 300 informal settlements upgrading plans for the current financial year. The incremental upgrade of settlements will translate into the eradication of informal settlements. However, research and empirical evidence suggests that the informal settlements will mushroom in other parts of the country due to migration.

04 October 2019 - NW870

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Faber, Mr WF to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

Does his department conduct surveys on sports tourism to evaluate its impact on the South African economy; if not, why not; if so, (a) how are the impact studies done and (b) what were the outcomes of the surveys for the (i) 2016-17, (ii) 2017-18 and (iii) 2018-19 financial years?

Reply:

The Department does not conduct surveys on sports tourism.

Reason: The nature of the survey would require that a broad spectrum of industries such as hospitality, be surveyed to ascertain the reason their clients were in the country (inbound tourism) or in another province (tourism within the country by residents/citizens). However, to ensure that reliable and accurate information is collected, such industries must have recorded their clients’ reasons for the visit. When one goes to a hotel for example, they are not asked the reason for the visit.

While the survey is important, conducting it would require resources that match its broad nature and the acknowledgement that most information may not be readily available.

04 October 2019 - NW1044

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

1) What total amount of funding was allocated by (a) his Department and (b) the National Lottery to each of sports federations in the Republic for the current financial year. 2) What monitoring mechanisms have been put in place to ensure the funds are used for intended purposes.

Reply:

a) The following is the breakdown of allocations by the Department to sport federations for the 2019 / 2020 financial year;

FEDERATIONS

TOTAL

CATEGORY A

Athletics SA (ASA)

8 800 000,00

Basketball South Africa (Basketball SA)

1 400 000,00

Chess South Africa (CHESSA)

1 700 000,00

Cricket South Africa (CSA)

5 000 000,00

Jukskei South Africa (JSA)

800 000,00

Netball South Africa (NSA)

7 000 000,00

Softball South Africa (SSA)

3 900 000,00

South African Football Association (SAFA)

7 000 000,00

South African Gymnastics Federation (SAGF)

12 000 000,00

South African Hockey Association (SAHA)

1 900 000,00

South African National Amateur Boxing Organisation (SANABO)

1 200 000,00

South African Rugby Union (SARU)

5 000 000,00

SA Sports Association for the Physically Disabled (SASAPD)

1 300 000,00

South African Table Tennis Board (SATTB)

1 900 000,00

Swimming South Africa (Swimming SA)

1 900 000,00

Tennis South African (TSA)

2 000 000,00

Volleyball South Africa (VSA)

3 900 000,00

   

CATEGORY B

Bowls South Africa (Bowls SA)

562 500,00

Cycling South Africa (CSA)

562 500,00

Federation of Dance Sport South Africa (Dance SA)

562 500,00

Judo South Africa (Judo SA)

637 500,00

Rowing South Africa (Rowing SA)

750 000,00

SA Association for the Intellectually Impaired (SAAII)

562 500,00

South African Baseball Union (SABU)

562 500,00

South African Deaf Sports Federation (SADSF)

562 500,00

South African Equestrian Council (SAEC)

412 500,00

South African Golf Association (SAGA)

4 300 000,00

South African National Archery Association (SANAA)

562 500,00

SA Shooting Sport Federation (SASSF)

450 000,00

South African Sport Anglers & Casting Confederation (SASACC)

412 500,00

Squash South Africa (Squash SA)

487 500,00

South African Transplant Sport Association (SATSA)

450 000,00

Surfing South Africa (Surfing SA)

525 000,00

CATEGORY C

Aero Club of South Africa (ACSA)

375 000,00

Badminton South Africa (Badminton SA)

412 500,00

Canoeing South Africa (Canoeing SA)

487 500,00

Darts South Africa (DSA)

337 500,00

Karate South Africa (KSA)

450 000,00

Lifesaving South Africa (LSA)

450 000,00

Masters Sport South Africa (MSSA)

150 000,00

Motorsport South Africa (Motorsport SA)

450 000,00

Power Boat South Africa

300 000,00

Ringball Association of South Africa (RASA)

375 000,00

Roller Sport South Africa (RSSA)

525 000,00

Snow Sports South Africa (SSSA)

337 500,00

South African Amateur Fencing Association (SAAFA)

375 000,00

South African Confederation of Cue Sport (SACCS)

562 500,00

South African Figure Skating Association (SAFSA)

375 000,00

S A Fitness Sport Aerobics Federation (SAFSAF)

375 000,00

South African Handball Federation (SAHF)

487 500,00

South African Ice Hockey Association (SAIHA)

375 000,00

South African Korfball Federation (SAKF)

375 000,00

South African Orienteering Federation (SAOF)

300 000,00

South African Powerlifting Federation (SAPF)

337 500,00

South African Body Building Federation

337 500,00

South African Sailing (SAS)

375 000,00

South African Taekwondo Federation (SATF)

337 500,00

South African Tug-of War Federation (SATWF)

337 500,00

South African Water Ski Federation (SAWSF)

337 500,00

South African Weightlifting Federation (SAWF)

450 000,00

South African Wrestling Federation (SAWF)

450 000,00

Triathlon South Africa (Triathlon SA)

450 000,00

Underwater Sport South Africa

375 000,00

University Sport South Africa (USSA)

700 000,00

b) The National Lotteries Commission that the Commission does not make allocations to organizations but provide grants based on the successful applications made by the organizations. The National Lotteries Commission provided the following breakdown in terms of grants the Commission has availed to sports federations in this financial year;

Name of the Federation

Allocated Amount

Tennis South Africa

3 000 000,00

Volleyball South Africa

3 901 961,00

Judo South Africa

175 000,00

South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee

8 000 000,00

Cricket South Africa

3 500 800,00

South African Deaf Sports Federation

1 923 550,00

South African Disabled Golf Association

1 050 000,00

a) Considering the number of sports federations supported by the Department, a sample of sports federations is monitored through visits to identified projects and attendance of selected governance meetings (AGM).

b) The sports bodies also submits the reports to the Department which are used as a tool for assessing whether the funds are used for the intended purposes.

c) In addition, the Department through Internal Audit also conducts audits of sampled sports federations.

d) The National Lotteries Commission indicated that the Commission has provincial footprint in all provinces. Part of the responsibilities of the provincial offices is to conduct monitoring and evaluations function in order to ensure that the National Lotteries Commission yield the envisaged return on the funded project

04 October 2019 - NW768

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Madlingozi, Mr BS to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture

Whether, with reference to the alleged failure of the Southern African Music Rights Organisation to promote the rights of musicians and song writers of all races (details furnished), he intends to establish a state-owned entity to protect the rights of musicians and song writers of all races; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Honourable Member will recall that I responded to this question in September of 2019. It was question No: 84. The status is still the same.

04 October 2019 - NW1045

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

Whether sustainable club development programmes will be established in communities; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details? (2) Whether sustainable club development programmes will be established in communities; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. (a) The Club Development pilot programme focussed on one urban and in rural area, Ethekwini and Vhembe in Kwazulu-Natal and Limpopo respectively. The two provinces have presented their 2018/19 reports and Current progress made to date is as follows:

KWAZULU-NATAL

In 2019 Durban ladies Football Club currently participates in the SASOL National Women’s League.

  • In 2018 Durban Ladies Football Club within the Club Pilot Programme managed to get Lottery Sponsorship worth R200 000.00.
  • In 2018 African Young Tigers Football Club under 19 team was nominated to participate in the football trials conducted by Kaizer Chiefs FC, Orlando Pirates FC and Mamelodi Sundowns FC.
  • In 2018 Summerfield Dynamos Football Club won ABC Motsepe League (provincial League).
  • The clubs are now able to create the database of players, members and coaches due to the Clubsmart training provided through the Pilot programme.
  • The clubs now have the capacity to host tournaments.
  • Communication skills have improved as tthe clubs are able to write proposals to solicit potential sponsors and create a feedback assessment form.

LIMPOPO

  • 38 Clubs in Limpopo will be doing D – Licence Football Coaching Course rendered by the South frican Football Association in December 2019 there are 107 clubs in Limpopo that have attended coaching clinics offered by the South African Football Association
  • 136 participants have been trained as Netball level 1 Umpires
  • 107 athletics clubs in Limpopo have done the following training:

A workshop in Club Administration in the Athletics family Coaches Course – ASA – Level 1 Technical Officials Courses – ASA – Level 1Guidelines on organising Athletics Events Rendered by IAAF and ASA IAAF Crafting of a Constitution to ailing clubs to IAAF (International Association of Athletics Federation) and (ASA) Athletics South Africa Standards

(b) The final consolidated report will be issued in Q4 of 2019 /2020. The Department will analyse the report and share the recommendations with other provinces. The recommendations and analysis will information implementation of the club development programme going forward. Province needs to help in affiliating clubs to the various sports federations and also monitoring them to ensure successful exit strategies,

(2) Since 2006 the department has established clubs in communities where clubs didn’t exist and where they existed the department provided them with necessary support and training. All clubs established in all provinces are supported through the Conditional Grant.

A Workshop with all relevant stakeholders has been planned for the 23rd and 24th October 2019 in Welkom to discuss sustainable club development programmes that will be established in communities.

04 October 2019 - NW879

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Terblanche, Mr OS to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

What total number of buildings housing government departments and services (a) are currently accessible to persons with disabilities and (b) still require upgrades and alterations to be accessible to persons with disabilities?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(a) 87 972 State-owned buildings and properties have some of the basic facilities for persons with disabilities. The basic facilities for persons with disabilities include signage, parking, toilet facilities, ramps, lifts and warning signals.

(b) 443 buildings and properties were found not to have the basic facilities for persons with disabilities. The installation of facilities for persons with disabilities in these buildings and properties will be undertaken as soon as planning is completed.      

04 October 2019 - NW813

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Powell, Ms EL to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

Whether she intends to request that any state-owned parcels of land under the custodianship of the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure be transferred to her department in order to address the housing backlog; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Department of Human Settlements has identified 167 well located public land parcels measuring approximately 14 105.1040 hectares. These are held under the custodianship of the National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure and would be appropriate for human settlements development purposes. The proposal for the release of the land parcels is under consideration by the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Land Reform.

04 October 2019 - NW1043

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the MINISTER OF SPORTS, ARTS AND CULTURE

1. What amount (a) is the current total cost of renovating the Credo Mutwa museum and library in Kuruman, Northern Cape, (b) was (i) for the specific library, house and museum project by (aa) Northern Cape government and (bb) his department and (ii) donated by the National Lotteries commission towards the construction of the Credo Mutwa museum. 2. (a) on what date was the museum and library supposed to be completed and (b) on what date will the project be completed. 3. Whether any investigation was done regarding mismanagement or maladministration of the project, if not, why not, if so, what is the (a) status of the investigation, (b) progress report and (c) case number of the investigation. NW2197E

Reply:

1. My department was not involved in the building of Credo Mutwa Museum and Library. The lead department in the project was the National department of Trade and Industry and the project was funded by National Lotteries Commission. The Northern Cape department of Sport, Arts and Culture was only engaged with the view to the project being handed over to the province upon completion.

04 October 2019 - NW765

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Faber, Mr WF to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture

What are the reasons that his department no longer has training programmes in place for educators to achieve qualifications in different sport codes like it used to have in the past?

Reply:

The Honourable Member will recall that I responded to this question in September of 2019. It was question No: 69. The status is still the same.

04 October 2019 - NW866

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Van Dyk, Ms V to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

(1)(a) What is (i) number of vacancies that exist in his department and (ii) the breakdown of the specified vacancies and (b) Since what date have the positions been vacant; (2) What are the reasons for the vacancy rate; (3) (a) What number of positions in his department are occupied in an acting capacity and (b) (i) what are the relevant details of the specified positions and (ii) since what date have the positions been occupied in an acting capacity in each case; (4) Whether the vacant positions have been advertised; if so, (a) on what date(s), (b) in what media and (c) at what cost in each case?

Reply:

Since the process of merger of the two departments is at an advance stage, the available vacancies will only be clear once the process of realignment is complete.

04 October 2019 - NW769

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Madlingozi, Mr BS to ask the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture

Whether, given the low levels of literacy in the Republic, he has plans for a collaboration between the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) and the Department of Basic Education to ensure that each child is able to speak, read and write in their mother tongue from as early as Grade 2?

Reply:

The Honourable Member will recall that I responded to this question in September of 2019. It was question No: 85. The status is still the same.

03 October 2019 - NW928

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)With reference to the more than 3000 schools to be merged or closed in each province, (a) what number of primary schools have fewer than 135 pupils, (b) which of the specified schools will (i) close and (ii) be merged, (c) what are the (i) names of the schools affected and (ii) time frames in each case and (d) what will happen to the school buildings where schools will be closed; (2) with reference to the schools to be merged or closed in each province, (a) what number of high schools have fewer than 225 pupils, (b) which of the specified schools will (i) close and (ii) be merged, (c) what are the (i) names of the schools affected and (ii) what are the time frames in each case and (d) what will happen to the school buildings where schools will be closed?

Reply:

1. (a) (b) (i) ( ii)

Province

(a)

  1. (i) Closure
  1. (ii) Merger

Eastern Cape

1 813

761

1 052

Free State

No info

Gauteng

9

3

6

Kwazulu-Natal

731

0

731

Limpopo

416

133

283

Mpumalanga

10

0

10

Northern Cape

No info

North West

Rationalisation put on hold

Western Cape

25

8

17

Source: PED Provided

1 (c) (i) (ii) and (d) for responses see attached Annexure A1 and A2

2. (a) (b) (i) (ii)

Province

(a)

(b)(i) Closure

  1. (ii) Merger

Eastern Cape

133

54

79

Free State

No info

Gauteng

1

1

 

Kwazulu-Natal

348

 

348

Limpopo

124

21

103

Mpumalanga

0

   

Northern Cape

No info

North West

Rationalisation put on hold

Western Cape

0

   

Source: PED Provided

2. (c) (i) (ii) (d) for responses to see attached Annexure B1 and B2

03 October 2019 - NW1034

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

What total number of parents in Quintile 1, 2 and 3 have attended scheduled parents’ meetings of school governing bodies in each province in the period 1 January 2015 up to the latest specified date for which information is available?

Reply:

The South African Schools Act (SASA) demands that school governing bodies should hold meetings. These meetings are held according to the needs and requirements of each school and therefore the date is randomly selected in each school.

The question posed by the honourable member requires detailed information that Provincial Education Departments are best placed to provide. The Honourable member is advised to direct the question to the Provincial Education Department.

03 October 2019 - NW927

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

What is the total number of public schools in each province that are (a) Afrikaans single-medium schools, (b) English single-medium schools and (c) Afrikaans and English dual-medium schools?

Reply:

(a)(b)(c)

Table 1 below shows that about 1 126 and 5 790 public schools use only Afrikaans and English, respectively, as their language of learning and teaching, while 1 112 school use both Afrikaans and English.

Please note that single medium school is defined as “a school that offers only one medium of instruction in every grade of the school.

The term "dual medium of instruction" refers to the employment of two languages as media of instruction, wherein a teacher switches from one medium of instruction to another during a lesson on a 50:50 percent basis. In this instance, the teacher repeats the instruction in another language.

For a school to be classified as dual medium school, all learners of that school should be receiving the tuition through dual medium of instruction. Such information is not collected from schools as it is very difficult to collect.

The Department does however collect information on parallel medium schools. It defines a parallel medium school as one that offers more than one medium of instruction in all grades of the school.

Table 1: Number of public schools by, language of learning and teaching and province

Province

Afrikaans Single-Medium Schools

English Single-Medium Schools

English\Afrikaans parallel medium Schools

Ec

149

890

141

FS

56

217

90

GT

113

563

188

KZ

7

1 367

45

LP

15

1 406

39

MP

18

541

60

NC

158

61

121

NW

44

371

43

WC

566

374

385

Total

1 126

5 790

1 112

Source: LURITS

The underlying principle of the Language in Education Policy is to maintain the use of Home language as the LOLT, hence, there are schools using English and other African languages as LOLT. Majority of primary schools use English and home language as their LOLT especially in the foundation phase. The question requires schools that offers only English and Afrikaans.

02 October 2019 - NW983

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Roos, Mr AC to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)In view of her undertaking on 12 March 2019 to eradicate the remaining 3 898 pit latrines in the Republic’s schools within the next three years, (a) what are the (i) names and (ii) GPS locations of all schools in the City of Tshwane that still have pit latrines and (b) in which financial year is the eradication work planned to take place; (2) whether the concrete dates for the eradication of the pit latrines are available; if not, what is the plan to eradicate the pit latrines in the City of Tshwane within the next three financial years; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) and (2)

The Gauteng Province has no schools with inappropriate sanitation (pit latrines).

02 October 2019 - NW947

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Walters, Mr TC to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)Whether her department has any plans to replace the asbestos school buildings at (a) Toekomsrus Primary School and (b) Randfontein Secondary School in Toekomsrus, Randwest Municipal Area; if so, (i) by what date will the specified school buildings be replaced and (ii) what are the relevant details of the allocated budgets for the buildings; (2) whether the Department of Labour supplied her department with a report of the dangers that the two school buildings may hold for learners and teachers; if so, what are the relevant details of the specified report?

Reply:

1 (a) (b) The Gauteng Department of Education has plans to eradicate all schools built out of inappropriate materials as mandated by the Regulations Relating to Minimum Uniform Norms and Standards for Public School Infrastructure, Government Gazette Number 37081 of 2013. Both these schools have been identified as schools built entirely out of asbestos and are part of the replacement programme. Both these schools are in the Estimates of Capital Expenditure (ECE) for the 2020/21 MTEF period.

The table below indicates the relevant details of the projects.

No

Project

Number

Project name

Scope of Works

Project Status

Indicative / Estimated Budget

Anticipated Start Date

1

GDE/700270025/N&R/2018/1

Randfontein Secondary School

Construction of a Brick and Mortar Replacement Secondary School

Design

R80 000 000

2020/21 MTEF Period

2

GDE/700270033/N&R/2018/1

Toekomsrus Primary School

Construction of a Brick and Mortar Replacement Primary School

Design

R70 000 000

2020/21 MTEF Period

(2) The Department of Labour provides reports and prohibition notices on educational facilities as and when they conduct inspections and they find the facilities to be not compliant. The Department is not aware of any specific reports issued by the Department of Labour on the two schools.

02 October 2019 - NW925

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

(1)With reference to the Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Delivery Initiative programme, (a) what number of schools were completed in the (i) 2014-15, (ii) 2015-16, (iii) 2016-17, (iv) 2017-18 and (v) 2018-19 financial years, (b) what are the names of the schools in each province, (c) what was the total cost for each specified school and (d) who were the implementing agents in each case; (2) whether the schools were completed in accordance with the respective contract dates; if not, why not, in each case; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

(1) With reference to the Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Delivery Initiative programme,

(a) (i) Number of inappropriate school completed in 2014-15 is 59

(ii) Number of inappropriate school completed in 2015-16 is 52

(iii) Number of inappropriate school completed in 2016-17 is 16

(iv) Number of inappropriate school completed in 2017-18 is 14; and

(v) Number of inappropriate school completed in 2018-19 is 21.

(b) The attached table is a list of completed schools including their the names per province,

(c) the attached table also includes the construction cost for each specified school. The cumulative total is R5,7 Billion

(d) The implementing agents (IA) are also indicted in the attached table. The IA’s are Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), the Independent Development Trust (IDT), the Coega Development Corporation (CDC), the National Department of Public Works (NDPW), the Eastern Cape Provincial Public Works (DPW);

(2) Each school was constructed under the JBCC building contract. Each school was managed according to the said contract. Adjudicated extensions of time were approved where they applied and requisite penalties were levied where applicable.

 

02 October 2019 - NW1035

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

(1)Whether school safety committees have been established in each school in each province; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) what (a) number of school safety committees are functional and (b) steps have been taken to ensure that school safety committees are (i) established and (ii) functional?

Reply:

1. The Department of Basic Education (DBE) continuously conducts monitoring on the implementation of the National School Safety Framework (NSSF) in order to gauge whether schools are complying with the minimum requirements for school safety. Support is also afforded to all provinces in the form of NSSF training as a means to assist schools to establish functional School Safety Committees, conduct school safety audits and develop school safety plans.

2. Please see below statistics on the number of school safety committees established in response to (a) (b) (i) and (ii):

Province

Functional School Safety Committees Established

Eastern Cape

3 120

Free State

1 346

Gauteng

1 860

KwaZulu-Natal

5 607

Limpopo

3 592

Mpumalanga

1 488

Northern Cape

564

North West

1 284

Western Cape

1 163

TOTAL

20 024