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23 April 2018 - NW581

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Nolutshungu, Ms N to ask the Minister of Transport

By what date will his department scrap the failing e-toll system that privatises public roads and which motorists are refusing to pay?

Reply:

As things stand, there are no plans to scrap the e-toll system. However there are ongoing discussions at National and Provincial governments. Once decision has been reached and finalised it will be communicated.

23 April 2018 - NW530

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With regard to the Gillooly’s interchange in Gauteng and applications for billboard structures along roads, what is the total number of applications that (a) have been received in each month, (b)(i) were approved in each month and (ii) the reasons for approval in each case (c)(i) were rejected in each month and (ii) what are the reasons for rejection in each case (aa) in the (aaa) 2014-15, (bbb) 2015-16 and (ccc) 2016-17 financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

Despite the presence of various billboard structures at Gillooly’s Interchange, none of these where applied for with SANRAL nor approved by SANRAL. Please see detailed answers to questions below.

(aaa) 2014-2015 = No applications received by SANRAL with regard to the Gillooly’s.

(bbb) 2015-2016 = No applications received by SANRAL with regard to the Gillooly’s.

(ccc) 2016-2017 = No applications received by SANRAL with regard to the Gillooly’s.

(bb) since 1 April 2017 = No applications received by SANRAL with regard to the Gillooly’s.

(b)(i)

(aaa) 2014-2015 = No applications received, so none approved by SANRAL.

(bbb) 2015-2016 = No applications received, so none approved by SANRAL.

(ccc) 2016-2017 = No applications received, so none approved by SANRAL.

(bb) since 1 April 2017 = No applications received, so none approved by SANRAL.

(b)(ii)

(aaa) 2014-2015 = No applications received, so none approved by SANRAL.

(bbb) 2015-2016 = No applications received, so none approved by SANRAL.

(ccc) 2016-2017 = No applications received, so none approved by SANRAL.

(bb) since 1 April 2017 = No applications received, so none approved by SANRAL.

(c)(i)

(aaa) 2014-2015 = No applications received, so none rejected by SANRAL.

(bbb) 2015-2016 = No applications received, so none rejected by SANRAL.

(ccc) 2016-2017 = No applications received, so none rejected by SANRAL.

(bb) since 1 April 2017 = No applications received, so none rejected by SANRAL.

(c)(ii)

(aaa) 2014-2015 = No applications received, so none rejected by SANRAL

(bbb) 2015-2016 = No applications received, so none rejected by SANRAL

(ccc) 2016-2017 = No applications received, so none rejected by SANRAL

(bb) since 1 April 2017 = No applications received, so none rejected by SANRAL.

23 April 2018 - NW673

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

What are the (a) plans, (b) time frames, (c) deadlines, (d) milestones in each province and (e) monitoring mechanisms with regard to the new rail infrastructure and its integration onto the existing rail infrastructure and network?

Reply:

Key programmes on the rail infrastructure network is reflected in the table below. All of these projects are multi-year projects and dates indicated on current projects are as per contracts.

Plans/Programme

Region

d)

Key Milestones

b &c)

Projected Completion Date

e)

Monitoring Mechanism

Re-Signalling Programme

KwaZulu/Natal (KZN)

 

25 Jun 2021

Project Progress meetings;

Monthly report;

APP;

Quarterly Report DOT

   

Phase 1: Pinetown line

20 Jul 2018

 
   

Phase 2: New Rossborough Centralised Traffic Control Centre (CTC)

16 May 2019

 
   

Phase 3A: Kwa Mashu to Temple

30 Nov 2018

 
   

Phase 3B: Avoca to Springfield

27 May 2020

 
   

Phase 4: Umlazi to Umbogintwini

23 Sep 2019

 
   

Phase 5: Clairwood to Crossmoor

05 Jun 2020

 
   

Phase 6: Berea to Congella

15 Oct 2020

 
   

Phase 7: Durban station

11 May 2021

 
 

Western Cape (WC)

 

30 Jun 2020

Project Progress Meeting ; Monthly report;

APP

Quarterly report to DOT

   

Regional Monitoring and Train Control Centre (RM&TCC)

30 June 2018

 
   

Phase 1.2: Wynberg – Simonstown, Crawford – Diep River

30 Apr 2018

 
   

Phase 1.4: Koeberg – Maitland - Hazendal

31 May 2018

 
   

Phase 1.3: Salt River - Kenilworth

31 Jul 2018

 
   

Phase 3.1: Cape Town - Woodstock (South)

30 Sep 2018

 
   

Phase 3.2: Cape Town - Woodstock (North)

31 Oct 2018

 
   

Phase 2.3: Esplanade - Ysterplaat

31 Jan 2019

 
   

Phase 1.1: Philippi - Kaptiensklip, Chris Hani

28 Feb 2020

 
   

Phase 2.2: Woltemade – Parow

31 Mar 2020

 
   

Phase 2.1: Langa - Nyanga, Bontheuwel – Sarepta

30 Apr 2020

 
   

Phase 4.1: Tygerberg – Bellville

31 May 2020

 
   

Phase 4.2: Kuils River - Strand, Eerste River - Muldersvlei

30 Jun 2020

 
 

Gauteng

 

28 Feb 2021

Project Progress meetings;

Monthly report;

APP;

Quarterly Report DOT

   

Gauteng Nerve Centre (GNC)

Apr 2016 - Completed

 
   

Phase 1: Midway – Residentia

31 Mar 2016 – Completed

 
   

Phase 2: Kaalfontein – Leralla, Olifantsfontein – Irene

28 Nov 2016 – Completed

 
   

Phase 3: Randfontein – Roodepoort

15 May 2017 – Completed

 
   

Phase 4: Boksburg East – Springs, Daveyton – Alliance

15 Dec 2017 – Completed

 
   

Phase 5: George Goch – Geldenhuys, Benrose – Kaserne West, Booysens – Crown

03 Apr 2018

 
   

Phase 6: Rissik – Koedoespoort – Eerste Fabrieke

15 Dec 2019

 
   

Phase 7: Jeppe – Johannesburg – Braamfontein

25 Sep 2018

 
   

Phase 8: Centurion – Pretoria, Mitchell Street – Saulsville

07 Jan 2019

 
   

Phase 9: Kempton Park – Knights

11 Mar 2019

 
   

Phase 10: Langlaagte – Florida, Croesus

20 May 2019

 
   

Phase 11: New Canada – Naledi, Orlando – Kliptown

14 Oct 2019

 
   

Phase 12: Hercules – Belle Ombre, Capital Park East and West, Pretoria North – Mabopane, Rosslyn

23 Jun 2020

 
   

Phase 13: De Wildt

06 Jul 2020

 
   

Phase 14: Driehoek – Germiston, Angelo – Oosrand, Kutalo – Elsburg – Kwesine, India

01 Feb 2021

 

Blue Downs Rail Extension

Western Cape: Cape Town

Preliminary Design and EIA

Detail Design

Construction

Operations

Aim to commence Preliminary Design in 2018/19, thereafter timeframes can be confirmed with greater accuracy.

Allow for 4-6 month procurement process for phases leading up to Operations

12 – 15 months

6 months

  1. – 30 months

Programme Management office

Cape Town Intermodal Planning Committee

Depot Modernisation

Wolmerton

Gauteng North

Phase 1 complete

Phase 2 in testing & commissioning scheduled for completion by end March 2018

Phase 3 Consultants appointed

Designs complete

Contractor appointed

All construction complete

February 2019

February 2020

November 2021

March 2026

 

Depot Modernisation

Braamfontein

Gauteng South

Will be done in phases

Phase 1 awaiting appointment of contractor by PRASA Board. 12 month design and construction period envisaged

Phase 2

Consultants appointed

Designs complete

Contractor appointed

All construction complete

June 2019

March 2020

December 2021

June 2024

Project Progress meetings;

PRASA Tech Management Committee;

Monthly report;

APP;

Quarterly Report DOT

Depot Modernisation

Salt River

Western Cape

Will be done in Phases

Phase 1 will be advertised by June 2018 and construction will be complete by June 2021

Phase 2

Consultants appointed

Designs complete

Contractor appointed

All construction complete

December 2019

December 2020

December 2021

June 2025

PRASA Tech Management Committee;

Monthly Report;

APP

Quarterly Report DOT

Depot Modernisation

Durban Yard and Springfield

KZN

Consultants appointed

Designs complete

Contractor appointed

All construction complete

January 2019

January 2020

November 2021

March 2026

PRASA Tech Management Committee;

Monthly Report;

APP

Quarterly Report DOT

 

23 April 2018 - NW531

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With regard to the Gillooly’s interchange in Gauteng and the applications for billboards erected on the SA National Roads Agency SOC Ltd properties such as bridges, (a) what is the total number of (i) applications that have been supported in each month, (ii) objections that have been lodged with the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality and (b) what were the reasons for (i) supporting and (ii) objecting the applications (aa) in the (aaa) 2014-15, (bbb) 2015-16 and (ccc) 2016-17 financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

Despite the presence of various billboards on bridges owned by SANRAL in Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, none of these where applied for with SANRAL nor approved by SANRAL. These billboards are illegal and should be removed, but SANRAL is prevented in doing so by the dispute resolution mechanisms provided for in Intergovernmental Relations Framework Act with Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (they illegally approved these billboards) and litigation relating to similar billboards with one of the transgressors. Please see detailed answers to questions below.

a) (i)

(aaa) 2014-2015 = No applications received by SANRAL, so none supported by SANRAL.

(bbb) 2015-2016 = No applications received by SANRAL, so none supported by SANRAL.

(ccc) 2016-2017 = No applications received by SANRAL, so none supported by SANRAL.

(bb) since 1 April 2017 = No applications received by SANRAL, so none supported by SANRAL.

(a) (ii)

(aaa) 2014-2015 = 2 objections lodged by SANRAL

(bbb) 2015-2016 = 13 objections lodged by SANRAL

(ccc) 2016-2017 = 22 objections lodged by SANRAL

(bb) since 1 April 2017 = 12 objections lodged by SANRAL

(b) (i)

(aaa) 2014-2015 = No applications received by SANRAL, so none supported by SANRAL.

(bbb) 2015-2016 = No applications received by SANRAL, so none supported by SANRAL.

(ccc) 2016-2017 = No applications received by SANRAL, so none supported by SANRAL.

(bb) since 1 April 2017 = No applications received by SANRAL, so none supported by SANRAL.

(b) (ii)

(aaa) 2014-2015 = Do not comply to section 48 and 50 of the SA National Roads Agency Limited and National Roads Act, 1998 (Act no. 7)

(bbb) 2015-2016 = Do not comply to section 48 and 50 of the SA National Roads Agency Limited and National Roads Act, 1998 (Act no. 7)

(ccc) 2016-2017 = Do not comply to section 48 and 50 of the SA National Roads Agency Limited and National Roads Act, 1998 (Act no. 7)

(bb) since 1 April 2017 = Do not comply to section 48 and 50 of the SA National Roads Agency Limited and National Roads Act, 1998 (Act no. 7)

20 April 2018 - NW898

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Transport

With regard to the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) system, what (a) are the operational costs of the BRT system and (b) proportion of the costs is covered by (i) fares, (ii) grants and (iii) any other source of funding?

Reply:

a) Total operating costs for 2017/2018 Financial year (FY) are R129, 134,245.00 with a projection of R258, 518,892.00 and R372, 900,948.00 for 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 financial years, respectively.

b) (i) A proportion of fares for 2017/2018 FY is R16,859,365.00 with a projection of R52,476,670.00 and R111,438138.00 for 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 Financial years, respectively.

(ii) Grants allocated for 2017/2018 FY is R700,718,000.00 with a projection of R671,906,000 and R670,650,000 for 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 Financial years, respectively.

(iii) Of the total operating costs, Council is funding R67, 979,972.00 for 2017/2018; with a projection of R311, 124,374.00 and R508, 413,969.00 for 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 financial years, respectively.

The above costs and projections are based on the starter service which has been operational since October 2017.

 

 

20 April 2018 - NW674

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)What (a) progress has been made with each investigation into Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) contracts above R10 million and (b) amount has been recovered in each case since 31 July 2017; (2) What (a) progress has been made with each investigation into Prasa contracts below R10 million and (b) amount has been recovered in each case since 31 July 2017?

Reply:

1. (a) National Treasury has submitted a report on the outcome of their investigation into contracts above R10 million, related to the recommendations made in the Public Protector’s Report, to the Interim Board of Control of PRASA for action.

The Treasury report was scrutinised by PRASA and PRASA has responded to National Treasury indicating that some of the findings were inaccurate and needed to be reviewed. National Treasury has therefore undertaken a process to reappoint the relevant service providers to review the disputed findings. Once the service providers are appointed, a review will take place and the findings will be finalised.

(b) No amounts have been recovered.

2. (a) There are no special investigations for contracts below R10 million. These are reported in the normal course of business as identified by either management or audit (internal or external).

(b) No amounts related to special investigations for contracts below R10 million have been recovered.

09 April 2018 - NW949

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to the Pretoria High Court order regarding the inaction of the Airports Company of South Africa Board on the Chief Executive Officer and requests of reports on the specified matter by the Ministers of Transport and Finance, (a) when was the report submitted, (b) was it submitted on time, (c) what were the contents of the report and (d) what action does he intend taking in this regard going forward?

Reply:

a) The minister has requested a detailed report from the board regarding this matter and is yet to be received.

b) Refer to answer in a

c) Refer to answer in a

d) The Minister will engage the reports once made available and take the necessary steps.

 

09 April 2018 - NW905

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Nolutshungu, Ms N to ask the Minister of Transport

What is the funding model for the (a) N2 Wild Coast Toll Road and (b) bridges over the Mtentu and Msikaba Rivers?

Reply:

The funding models are as follows:

a) The upgrading of the existing section of the N2 Wild Coast Road between East London and Port St Johns via Mthatha is being funded through the SANRAL existing non-toll MTEF budget allocation and will not be a toll road.

The new greenfield section of the N2 Wild Coast Road between Port St Johns and the Mtanvuna River near Port Edward is to be funded using a hybrid funding model, consisting of SANRAL non-toll MTEF budget allocation for initial construction and Toll financing for future maintenance and operations.

b) The Msikaba and Mtentu bridges will both be funded entirely from SANRAL’s existing non-toll MTEF budget allocation.

 

09 April 2018 - NW906

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Nolutshungu, Ms N to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road, how is the South African National Roads Agency Limited currently funding its work given that the first allocation of R1 billion according to the budget review will only be available after 1 April 2019?

Reply:

The upgrading of the existing section of the N2 Wild Coast Road East London and Port St Johns via Mthatha is being funded through the existing SANRAL non toll MTEF budget allocation and will not be a toll road.

The 2 mega bridges, Mtentu and Msikaba, are also being funded from confirmed SANRAL non toll budget allocations.

The new greenfield section of the N2 Wild Coast Road, which is still at design stage will be atoll scheme funded through a hybrid model comprising public non-toll funds and private funds. The non-toll budget allocation of R1billion has already been made in the 2019/20 MTEF budget allocation.

 

09 April 2018 - NW950

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to his reply to question 302 on 8 March 2018 regarding investigations into his department and entities reporting to him and the naming of officials who have since resigned, (a) why have these officials not been charged to date and (b) on what date will they be charged in each case?

Reply:

a) The official is not currently employed in any of the entities reporting to the Minister of Transport.

b) Not applicable, refer to response in a above

 

05 April 2018 - NW843

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to the reply to question 3558 on 10 November 2017 regarding incomplete train stations, (a) what number of contracting companies have gone into liquidation (i) in the (aa) 2015-16 and (bb) 2016-17 financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017 to date, (b) what are the implications and cost implications of each project for (i) Prasa and (ii) his department and (c) what mechanisms, processes and procedures are in place to measure the sustainability of contracting companies when appointed and (d)(i) when were the mechanisms, processes and procedures introduced and (ii) what outcomes have been experienced as at the latest specified date for which information is available?

Reply:

With reference to the reply to question 3558 on 10 November 2017 regarding incomplete train stations:

a) None of the companies that were contracted to perform work on the stations went into liquidation (i) in the (aa) 2015-16 and (bb) 2016-17 financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017 to date.

b) There are no additional implications, costs and otherwise, arising for (i) PRASA and (ii) the Department since none of the companies were liquidated.

c) Companies are required to submit financials, undergo bank rating when tendering, and during the contract phase, the company will submit security such as retention and a performance guarantee. In the building environment the contractors are monitored and assessed by an appointed project manager that they meet financial obligations of the contract, e.g. ensuring that the required plant, tool and material is available for the project.

d) (i) It has been an on-going requirement for every project/tender that is issued to the market.

(ii) None, since no contractors have negative outcomes, e.g. liquidation.

29 March 2018 - NW841

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With regard to the Electronic National Traffic Information System (e-Natis), (a)(i) what percentage of the data is (aa) usable and (bb) not usable and (ii) what are the reasons for this situation, (b)(i) what is being done to rectify the current situation and (ii) by what date will the rectification be done and (c)(i) what monitoring and evaluation mechanisms are in place and (ii) what are the costs involved in this regard?

Reply:

a) (i) The data on the National Traffic Information Systems (NaTIS) is captured at over 1 300 sites in the county with over 2 600 concurrent users at any time.

(aa) The data in the system is usable and is used by all municipalities, provinces, law enforcement agencies, national agencies such as Road Traffic Infringement Agency, South African Revenue Service, National Intelligence Agency, National Regulator for Compulsory Standards and South African Bureau of Standards.

(bb) It is not possible to determine the percentage of data not useable but what I can report is that e-Natis is being used as a key resource to provide effective road traffic management sites throughout the country to register, deregister and check the ownership of vehicles.

(b) (i) Whenever it is determined that the data is inaccurate (either by notification of the information subject or by way of various processing functions) users with specific authorisation are able to update the various information assets. The entity is currently in the process of cleaning up the data in various fields.

(ii) The process of cleaning the address data has commenced when Regulation 32A of the National Road Traffic Regulations, 2000 was introduced at the end of 2015. The effect of the regulation is such that any person who is going to transact on the Electronic National Traffic Information System has to produce proof of residence or address so that that can be captured to refresh the data. For the FY 2016/7 905014 addresses have been updated. The Corporation will further be extending self-service platforms on various technological platforms allowing information subjects to maintain their information based in terms regulation 32A (4). It is envisaged that this service will be available in quarter 2 of the 2018/9 financial year.

  1. (i) The Corporation has included a KPI in the 2018/9 financial year to monito the accuracy of data and will also use this baseline to evaluate the system.

(ii)The cost of improving the accuracy is included in the operational expenditure of the NaTIS as support and maintenance is fully insourced. It is catered for in the annual operating budget of IT branch.

29 March 2018 - NW799

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Matsepe, Mr CD to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What payments has the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa made to Siyaya DB Engineering, Siyaya Energy (Pty) Ltd and Siyaya Rail Solution (Pty) Ltd in the past three financial years and (b)(i) what was the (i) total amount (ii) purpose of each payment and (ii) who authorised each payment?

Reply:

a) Payments made to Siyaya in the past three years:

2014/15 FY – R169,970,227-77

2015/16 FY – R167,269,444-68

2016/17 FY – R292,783,545-69

b) What was the:

  1. Total amount – R630,023,218-14.
  2. Please refer to attached spreadsheet. The purposes of these payments are documented for each business unit on separate tab of the attached spreadsheet.
  3. Please refer to attached spreadsheet. Names of responsible persons are documented for each business unit on separate tab.

 

29 March 2018 - NW798

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Matsepe, Mr CD to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What were the reasons that the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa suspended its Legal Panel, (b) how long has the specified panel been suspended and (c) what (i) legal provisions were used to justify the suspension, (ii) are the current interim arrangements in light of the legal panel’s suspension and (iii) are the costs associated with the interim arrangements?

Reply:

a) The reason for the suspension of the Legal Panel is based on the following Auditor General’s 2016/2017 FY Finding No 6 of the draft Management Letter, which reads:

  • Auditor’s conclusion
    • Management comment is noted. This panel was compiled by SARCC and no SCM process was followed by PRASA in the set-up of the panel. Further, there is no SCM policy followed when selecting suppliers from this panel, it is done based on the preference of the user and not on a rotational basis to ensure, fair, equitable distribution of work and there are no technical proposals submitted every time services are required. Therefore, the method used to select the service providers is not fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost effective and does not comply with the requirements of S.51(1)(a)(iii) of the PFMA.

(b) This panel had been in existence since 2005 and should have been re-advertised.

(c) PRASA Board of Control took a resolution on the 1st of December 2017 to suspend the use of this panel which had been cited on numerous audit reports over the years for its illegality and irregularity. This decision was also informed by the 2016/17 Annual Audit cited the audit finding number 6 on the legal panel matter. The decision to suspend the legal panel was effective only on the new matters and has no bearing on matters already in brief through the different lawyers.

(d) As an interim measure, SCM obtained permission for the use of the South African Civil Aviation Authority, (SACAA) Legal Panel whilst PRASA embarks on the process to procure its own legal panel.

(e) There are no costs associated with the interim arrangement.

22 March 2018 - NW642

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America, Mr D to ask the Minister of Transport

What (a) is the total number of persons who have (i) been injured and/or (ii) died as a result of open coach doors in moving trains of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) (aa) in each of the past five financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017 and (b) actions have been taken by Prasa with regard to each case?

Reply:

a) Total number of:

(i) (aa) PASSENGER INJURIES

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

43

163

311

336

298

(ii) (aa) PASSENGER FATALITIES

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

0

15

2

10

16

(bb) PASSENGER INJURIES AND FATALITIES 2017/18 YTD

i bb) Passenger Injuries since April 2017

  1. bb) Passenger Fatalities since April 2017

141

18

(b) Actions taken by PRASA:

Risk Indicators

Risk Reduction Measures

Responsible

Due Date

Progress

Door failure – doors closing with excessive force and doors failing to open or close

Replacement of Door Mechanism(design options)

PRASA Technical

Ongoing

Executed during Routine Maintenance

 

Improve Inspection, Testing and Maintenance regimes for doors prior to train release

Train Operations &

Rolling Stock

Ongoing

Daily Train Inspections conducted by Train Crew and Rolling Stock Technicians

Passenger falls between coaches

Introduction of new trains with open walkthrough between coaches - no doors

between coaches

PRASA Technical

20 Years Rolling Stock Programme

20 Train sets Delivered

New Trains deployed in the Pienaarspoort Corridor in Gauteng.

Curved platform – inhibits Train Guard’s view

Platform Marshalls and Safety Patrollers

Security

Ongoing

Platform Marshalls and Safety Patrollers deployed at Super Core and Core Stations

Commuter Behaviour - Passengers blocking Train Doors

Safety Campaigns

Marketing and Communications

Ongoing

Monthly Safety Campaigns conducted at Stations.

Overcrowding on Platforms/Stations

CCTV Cameras/Monitoring on Stations

Customer Services

Ongoing

Monitoring of Station conducted by Security

22 March 2018 - NW677

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to the payments made by the Road Accident Fund (RAF) (a) in the (i) 2015-16, (b) 2016-17 financial years and (b) since 1 April 2017, (aa) what is the average turn-around time from application to full payment to the victim, (bb) what is the average pay out amount, (cc) what is the total number of applications that have been outstanding for the longest period, (dd) what are the reasons that each application is outstanding and (ee) what is the total amount of each outstanding application?

Reply:

With reference to the payments made by the Road Accident Fund in

 
  1. (i) the 2015-16,

(ii) 2016-17 financial years

and (b) since 1 April 2017,

(aa) the average turn-around time from application to full payment to the victim was,

1,238 days

1,194 days

1,165 days

(bb) the average pay out amount was,

R 539,425

R 521,855

R 542,926

(cc) the total number of applications that have been outstanding for longer than 10 years was,

5,263 personal claims

(as at 31 March 2016)

3,256 personal claims

(as at 31 March 2017)

2,827 personal claims

(as at 28 February 2018)

(dd) the reasons that each application is outstanding are,

  1. the claimant’s attorney served summons on the RAF, to interrupt prescription of the claim, but is unable to locate his client to take instructions on the RAF’s tender; take instructions on other aspects of the claim; send his client for medical assessments; etc., or
  1. the claimant’s attorneys served summons on the RAF (and is thus dominus litis), the RAF has entered appearance to defend, but the claimant’s attorney has not set the matter down for trial, or
  1. a judgment has been obtained in respect of the merits (liability aspect) of the claim, the claimant’s attorney has not, or is in the process of, pursuing the quantum aspect of the claim, or
  1. the direct claimant cannot be traced

(due to the number of personal claims involved it is not feasible to furnish reasons, on an individual claim basis, instead a high-level summary of the most common reasons is provided)

and (ee) the total amount of each outstanding application is

R241,622

(average claimed amount)

R325,160

(average claimed amount)

R372,658

(average claimed amount)

22 March 2018 - NW675

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

Whether any decision has been reached regarding the future of the e-toll project of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project; if not, (a) why not and (b) by what date will a decision be reached; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

No, there is no new decision on the future of the e-toll project. The project continues to operate and SANRAL is engaged in various processes to improve the collection of revenues due for use of the GFIP road network.

a) A decision on the future of the e-toll project will be made by Cabinet. I as the new Minister will receive a briefing from SANRAL and the DOT on work conducted in the past 6 months in order to determine the next step.

I will seek guidance from Cabinet and various stakeholders in this regard.

b) Once necessary engageement transpire, the date for the desicion will then be determined.

 

22 March 2018 - NW643

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Bara, Mr M R to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)What is the total (a) financial loss and (b) number of train coaches lost to (i) Metrorail and (ii) Shosholoza Meyl due to (aa) aging stock, (bb) vandalism (cc) derailment and accidents and (dd) theft over the past three years; (2) what was the total amount spent on (a) maintenance of existing train coaches and (b) purchasing of new train coaches for Metrorail and Shosholoza Meyl over the past three years?

Reply:

1. i) Metrorail:

Metrorail

Financial year 2015/16

Financial year 2016/17

Financial year 2017/18

Year to date

a) Total financial Loss

R48,582,002-86

R197,879,931-22

R201,333,873-26

aa) Total coaches lost to aging stock

0

0

0

bb) Total coaches lost to vandalism including theft and excludes coaches waiting for quotations

132

228

463

cc) Total coaches lost to derailments and accidents

52

41

25

dd) Theft recorded within bb)

     

ii) Shosholoza Meyl

Shosholoza Meyl

Financial year 2015/16

Financial year 2016/17

Financial year 2017/18

Year to date

a) Total financial Loss

R13,438,746-15

R14,439,503-85

R27,878,250-00

aa)Total coaches lost to aging stock

0

0

0

bb) Total coaches lost to vandalism including theft and excludes coaches waiting for quotations

177

198

190

cc) Total coaches lost to derailments and accidents

11

4

8

dd) Theft recorded within bb)

     

*

  1. (a) Maintenance of existing train coaches for Metrorail and Shosholoza Meyl over the past three years

Metrorail

Financial year 2015/16

Financial year 2016/17

Financial year 2017/18 year to date

Total OPEX amount spent on coach maintenance

R556,011,506-23

R597,303,628-55

R599,515,344-66

Total Capex refurbishment spent on coach maintenance

R276,938,269-11

R194,747,834-27

R207,472,748-12

Total General Overhaul program cost.

R936,978,000-00

R1,306,909,000-00

R817,793,000-00

Maintenance of new EMU trains (OPEX)

R0-00

R85,071,643-86

R344,201,661-75

Shosholoza Meyl

Financial year 2015/16

Financial year 2016/17

Financial year 2017/18 year to date

Total OPEX amount spent on coach maintenance

R122,207,079-72

R122,180,184-74

R118,621,841-03

Total Capex refurbishment spent on coach/locomotive maintenance

R49,283,845-62

R54,950,983-03

R72,245,465-08

Total General Overhaul program cost.

R271,796,000-00

R304,971,000-00

R146,904,000-00

 

(b) Purchasing of new train coaches for Metrorail and Shosholoza Meyl over the past three years.

PRASA to date has received and accepted 18 New Trains for Metrorail Services and has paid R6,3 billion over the past three years (FY2015/16 – FY2017/18), which includes, inter alia,:

·        Payments for the 18 Trains

·        Capital Spares, Tools and Test Equipment; and

·        Mobilization of local manufacturing activities, including construction of Local Factory

No new coaches or locomotives were acquired for Shosholoza Meyl.

22 March 2018 - NW641

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America, Mr D to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)Whether his department (a) received and/or (b) investigated allegations related to intimidation by staff and/or security members of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) (i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017; if so, what (aa) are the relevant details and (bb) remedial actions have been instituted against individuals or companies; (2) whether Prasa employs security staff who have criminal records in the provinces; if so, what (a) are the relevant details in each case and (b) are the specified persons not registered with the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority; (3) what was the total number of (a) SA Police Service and (b) private security company members who were employed to secure Metrorail operations in each of the past five financial years and since 1 April 2017 in each province?

Reply:

1. (a) PRASA received a complaint from Mr Zackie Achmat on 23 February 2018, regarding a complaint of violence and threats against #UnitedBehind,

(b) PRASA Security is currently investigating the complaints and will take remedial action when concluded,

(i) & (ii) the case of Mr Achmat is the only case that have been brought to the attention of the department since 1 April 2017,

(aa) the case relates to violence and threats against #UnitedBehind,

(bb) the department does not condone any individual who is implicated in any form of misconduct.

2. (a) Regrettably some security officials were employed as part of a recruitment drive to phase in a larger complement of internal security personnel with the intention to phase out contracted security over a period of time. Some of the members were recruited from the SANDF, Military Veterans and from private security companies. PRASA Security already started a vetting process in 2016 after the matter of criminal records was reported. The recruitment was however done prior to the vetting and screening of staff being intensified by PRASA Security. It is not PRASA’s prerogative to divulge the information on the individuals’ details relating to the criminal records.

(b) These members are not PSIRA registered and alternative placement is being sought for them.

3. (a) PRASA Security is not mandated to divulge any information relating to the SAPS.

(b) The Metrorail private security personnel complements for the past five financial years are as follows: see the link

http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW641Table.pdf

22 March 2018 - NW735

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Mbabama, Ms TM to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)Whether his department has a sexual harassment and assault policy in place; if not, (a) why not and (b) by what date will his department have such a policy in place; if so, (i) how are reports investigated and (ii) what are the details of the consequence management and sanctions stipulated by the policy; (2) (a) what is the total number of incidents of sexual harassment and assault that have been reported in his department (i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017, (b) what number of cases were (i) opened and concluded, (ii) withdrawn and (iii) remain open based on the incidents and (c) what sanctions were issued for each person who was found to have been guilty?

Reply:

(1) The Department has Sexual Harassment and assault policy,

(a) There is a policy in place as indicated above.

(b) falls away

(i) There is a reporting template which the victim must complete and submit to the Labour Relations. Depending on who the perpetratrator is, the investigation may be approved by the Accounting Officer and where he is implicated, the Executive Authority.

(ii) Immediate suspension and or transfer, pending investigation, and sanctions stipulated by the policy, Dismissal

(2)(a) There is only one incident reported.

(2)(i) 2015/16 - Nil

2016/17 – One (01)

2017/18 - Nil

(ii) Nil

(b) None

(ii) (iii) None

(iii) None

(c) None

22 March 2018 - NW676

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to the board of each entity reporting to him, (a) which positions are currently not filled, (b) what are the reasons that the vacancies remain unfilled and (c) by what date will each vacancy be filled?

Reply:

(a)

ENTITY NAME

VACANCIES

SANRAL

7

CBRTA

4

RTIA

7

ACSA

5

SACAA

5

ATNS

6

PRASA

11

SAMSA

2

PORTS REGULATOR

3

(b) The term of office of members of the afore mentioned entities lapsed and others resigned. The Department has embarked on a process to fill in all existing vacancies in all the entities.

(c)The Minister intends to fill in all the above mentioned vacancies as a matter of urgency.

22 March 2018 - NW640

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America, Mr D to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)Whether there were any findings against the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa by the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) relating to the security operations of Metrorail in each of the past three financial years; if so, (a) what are the details of the findings, (b) were any fines paid and (c) were any remedial actions taken to resolve any issues pointed out by the PSIRA; (2) what are the details of (a) each security-related contract for Metrorail operations that was (i) advertised and (ii) awarded (aa) in the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017, (b) the value, (c) the deliverables, (d) the company it was awarded to and (e) any further information in each case?

Reply:

1. Yes there were two finding against PRASA in the Western Cape in 2017/18.

(a) The first finding related to the internal complement of staff and the second related to the Training Centre. PSIRA instituted proceedings in the Western Cape by ways of a summons in terms of the Private Security Regulations Act, No 56 of 2001 against PRASA for alleged improper conduct with 855 counts. The charges are related to outstanding SASETA Certificates required for PSIRA Registrations, non-compliance to requirements for uniforms, criminal records and administrative requirements for the training centre. It must be noted that members recruited from the SANDF are trained professionals but many had not yet been registered through the process of recognition for prior learning;

(b) PRASA was fined the amount of R3,000,000-00 in respect of the charges related to the 855 counts for non-compliance of the complement and R8,000-00 for the Training Centre. All fines were paid on 31 January 2018; and

(c) The remedial actions are ongoing and include the following:

  • Sourcing the funding to replace uniform and equipment.
  • 96 members with criminal records have in the interim been placed with customer services pending further investigation and record clearance. The criminal records of five members have been cleared in the meantime.
  • Members unsuccessful with their application will be dealt with through the relevant legislation.
  • There are pending applications for expungement of criminal records as allowed for by PSIRA regulations.
  • PRASA Security intensified the vetting screening of security staff. The process will be completed by 30 April 2018.
  • A total of 229 members have been retrained and are awaiting their SASETA certificates for registration with PSIRA.
  • The training centre deficiency has been corrected.
  • PRASA is engaging PSIRA to update our records and to deal with the administrative backlog.

2. (a) (i) A national tender was advertised in 2016 on the National Treasury CSD portal, however the tender was cancelled owing to restructuring and the start of a turnaround process;

(ii) no contracts was awarded

(aa) & (bb) An emergency procurement process was followed following severe damage to the infrastructure and the killing of a security guard in 2017.

(b) Tabulated below are the values for contracts awarded since 1 April 2017.

Company

Type of Service

Total Monthly Value Excl. Vat

Sechaba Security

88 Armed guards to escort train crew

R1,451,691-36

Red Ants

4 Armored Vehicles and 4 crew

R636,419-00

UAV Drone Solutions

Drone Aircrafts

R480,000-00

Combined Private Investigations

Forensic Investigations

R1,363,034-00

Total Per Month Excl. Vat

R3,931,144-36

Total Value Excl. Vat for Six Months

R23,586,866-16

(c) The deliverables for the respective companies are as follows:

    • UAV Drone Solutions for night patrols and location of criminals / syndicates digging and slashing cables.
    • Red Ants for the provisions of two armoured vehicles day and night with a response team of 8 day and 8 night for the protection of technical staff who are called out for repairs of damaged infrastructure as well as escort duties during routine maintenance. This was done due to ongoing attacks of PRASA staff on the Central Line. It was also reported that on occasion criminals boarded the trains to rob passengers.
    • Deployment of 88 Armed Guards provided by Sechaba Security for the protection of train crews and passengers at the turn around points as well as identified high risk stations on the central line.
    • Combined Private Investigations were procured to provide forensic investigation services and improve the rate of successful prosecutions for copper theft from 5% to 80% over the next six months.

(d) The companies are as follow:

  • UAV Drone Solutions
  • Red Ants
  • Sechaba Security
  • Combined Private Investigations

(e) There no further information.

15 March 2018 - NW454

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What are the details of all road crashes that took place at the Gilloolys interchange in Ekurhuleni in terms of (i) vehicle type and (ii) statistics in each month in each of the past three financial years (details furnished), (b)(i) how is the statistics being used in road (aa) traffic safety and (bb) traffic movement strategies and (ii) what strategies were developed as result thereof (aa) in each of the past three financial years (details furnished) and (bb) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

a) There were six fatal accidents and ten serious accidents.

See table below for

(i) (ii) (aa) (bb) Vehicle type statistics in each month from January 2015 to January 2017.

DAY/ DATE

TIME

PLACE

DESCRIPTION

17/01/2015

15:42

N3 North & Gillooly’s

Interchanges

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston North)

Interlink Freightliner Reg. 238 CFH GP & 402 OTL GP & 402 OTS GP →N in the right lane when the vehicle brakes failed and collided with cement barrier on the right, then with a Geely Sedan Reg. CR 76 WP GP →in the right lane. Geely Sedan then collided with Articulated M/Benz HMV Reg. BR 17 YJ GP & SDH 063 GP →N in the left lane. Interlink Freightliner then collided with Fiat Sedan Reg. H 351 MP →N. Fiat Sedan then collided with Toyota Sedan Reg. DH 19 HR GP →N. Toyota Sedan then collided with M/Benz Sedan Reg. PBN 194 GP →N. M/Benz Sedan collided with Toyota SUV Reg. M 1856 →N. Toyota SUV collided with Opel LDV Reg. ZPT 870 GP →N (Johan Bardenhorts FRCS attended on behalf of RTMC)

07/04/2015

18:45

N3 North & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Nissan Interlink Reg. BJ 85 RD GP & YHN 516 GP & YHN 507 GP →N lost control on curve in the road and the vehicle overturned.

10/05/2015

10:50

N3 North & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Toyota M/Bus Taxi Reg. KFS 634 GP →N and stationery in the left lane due to a breakdown. Passengers got out of the vehicle when a Opel LDV Reg. ZHG 678 GP →N collided with Pedestrians.

16/09/2015

22:30

N3 South & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Freightliner Interlink HMV Reg. HGM 261 MP & HFV 786 MP & HFV 774 MP →S in the right lane when the driver lost control collided with cement barrier and then with a lamppole and vehicle overturned.

05/10/2015

13:46

N3 South & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Renault HMV Reg. DJ 61 YV GP →S lost control collided with UD HMV Reg. HHZ 165 MP →S that was stationery due to an accident. Renault HMV then collided Scania Fire Engen (Council) Reg. WMD 537 GP →S and stationery at an accident scene. Renault HMV then collided with UD HMV Reg. HHZ 165 MP →S and stationery due to accident.

23/02/2016

08:00

N3 South & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Isuzu LDV Reg. DDW 175 GP →S and collided with stationery Isuzu HMV Reg. XRZ 927 GP →S on painted island. (Vehicle was on painted island due to that it had broken down)

25/02/2016

16:15

N3 North & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

BMW Sedan (EMPD – Freeway Unit) Reg. DJ 26 PC GP →N when a vehicle in front of him shot up an object and collided with his vehicle.

16/03/2016

08:30

R24 East & Gilloolys Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Audi Sedan Reg. MXG 986 GP → E in the right lane when the driver lost control and collided with a lamppole on the middle island.

25/05/2016

07:29

N12 East // Gilloy’s Interchange & Concord Rd

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Toyota Hilux LDV Reg. XSP 881 GP →E in the right lane when the left rear tyre had a sudden deflation. The driver lost control left the road to the left. Toyota LDV went up the embankment over a fence, landed on Boing Rd and overturned

28/06/23016

08:18

N3 North & Gilloy’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Iveco Ambulance (Council) Reg. CP 59 WK GP →N in the emergency lane and responding with light and sirens on. A unknown vehicle severed to the left and Iveco ambulance also swerved to left and collided with concreted barrier.

06/07/2016

11:38

N3 & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Hino HMV Reg: XNH 370 GP→N Travelling in left lane when V/Wagen Golf Reg: LPV 681 GP was reversing on shoulder of road

10/07/2016

02:18

N3 South at Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Ford Sedan Reg. TJP 279 GP →S in right lane, when driver lost control & collided with lamp post on the middle medium of the freeway.

18/09/2016

18:15

N3 North & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

V/W Jetta Sedan Reg. BV DF FG GP → N

& collided into stationary Ford LDV Reg. BZ 06 LP GP (stationary) → N. V/W Jetta lost control & collided into a Peugeot Sedan Reg. CG 36 RM GP → N

20/10/2016

08:00

N3 North & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Ford LDV Reg. FC 76 VS GP →N in the second lane. Unknown HMV on the left of him changed lanes to the right. Ford LDV moved to right lane lost control and collided with concrete barrier. Passenger on the back of Ford LDV got ejected from the vehicle.

02/12/2016

06:00

(Gillooly’s Interchange) N3 South & R24 East

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Toyota LDV Reg. HFR 629 GP →E when the driver lost control on the curve in the road and the vehicle overturned. Passenger at the back was flung from the vehicle.

06/12/2016

22:22

N12 East & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Ford Sedan Reg. VWV 069 GP →E when the driver lost control on the curve in the road and collided with steel barrier.

14/04/2017

01:05

N3 North (Gillooly’s) & R24 Bridge

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Volkswagen Amarok LDV Reg.: DW 88 TS GP→N travelling straight in middle lane when Pedestrian (African Male 38) →W walk across the freeway in to oncoming traffic.

21/05/2017

01:30

R24 at N3 Fly Over

(Gillooly’s Interchange)

(Germiston)

Mercedes Benz Sedan Reg. No.: YNJ 009 GP →W driver lost control and collided with concrete barrier.

22/07/2017

09:30

N3 North & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Sangyong SUV Reg. FZC 376 GP →N when the driver lost control and collided with the bridge puller.

24/08/2017

07:09

N12 East Rd at the Gillooly’s

Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Hino LDV Reg. DZ 21 ZN GP →E, vehicles

In front of slow down. He tried to brake but lost control and vehicle overturned

05/10/2017

10:10

N3 North & Gillooly’s Interchange

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Hyundai LDV Reg. CWM 224 FS →N in the second lane from the left and side swipe V/Wagen Crafter (EMPD – By law Unit) Reg. FY 50 TB GP →N in the left lane.

06/11/2017

06:55

N3 South & R 24 Bridge

(Bedfordview)

(Germiston)

Suzuki M/Bike Reg. CP 56 VC GP →S when he severed to avoid a vehicle. The driver lost control and left the road and collided with cement puller.

(b)(i) The statistics have been used to identify key factors that lead to accidents on this routes, and to develop interventions to improve traffic safety and traffic movement.

(ii) Traffic officers are deployed to the interchanged during peak travel periods to deal with reckless driver behaviour that leads to accidents and Sanral incident management teams have been deployed to ensure that incidents that impede traffic movement are responded to speedily.

 

13 March 2018 - NW455

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to the fatal train crash at the Geldenhuys Train Station in Germiston on 9 January 2018, (a) how often was the signalling system (i) tested and (ii) maintained (aa) in the (aaa) 2014-15, (bbb) 2015-16 and (ccc) 2016-17 financial year and (bb) since 1 April 2017 and (b)(i) what were the results of each test respectively and (ii) what action was taken in each case?

Reply:

a) Signalling system:

i & ii) On a monthly basis job cards are issued for maintenance and during the maintenance execution the correspondence tests are conducted. The cycle for both testing and maintenance is 3 monthly and 6 monthly based on the type of sub-system. This is referred to as Planned Maintenance. The region did not capture the information on planned maintenance prior to 2017 calendar year. This has been rectified and maintenance job cards are now captured on the Infrastructure Maintenance system. Breakdowns or unplanned maintenance was captured.

aa)

aaa) 2014-15: The standard report from the Infrastructure Maintenance system is provided in calendar years and only the last three years’ information is active.

bbb) 2015 (January to December 2015)

The region did not capture the information on planned maintenance prior to 2017 calendar year. This has been rectified and maintenance job cards are now captured on the Infrastructure Maintenance system. Breakdowns or unplanned maintenance was captured.

ccc) 2016 (January to December 2016)

The region did not capture the information on planned maintenance prior to 2017 calendar year. This has been rectified and maintenance job cards are now captured on the Infrastructure Maintenance system. Breakdowns or unplanned maintenance was captured.

bb) 2017 (January to December 2017)

b) (i) When correspondence tests are conducted as part of routine maintenance as per above maintenance frequencies and there are defects detected during the tests, those defects are attended to and in cases where they cannot be rectified immediately, the train control office is informed immediately just like it was informed during theft of more than 100 meters of various signalling cables at Geldenhuys during the festive season 2017.

Furthermore the Section between Cleveland and Driehoek has been under construction over the past year. The construction work was aimed at replacement of an obsolete signalling system with the latest technology. The new signalling system at Geldenhuys was fully tested and commissioned on 30 November 2017. Due to recurrence of cable theft during the festive season, the new signalling system was then affected and hence manual train authorization was introduced as part of the contingency plan for train working.

ii) Records of the results of tests and actions are kept at the depot level and are not captured on the system. There are plans to capture this on the Maintenance system going forward.

09 March 2018 - NW456

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to the fatal train crash near Kroonstad in the Free State on 4 January 2018, (a) how often was the signalling system (i) tested and (ii) maintained (aa) in the (aaa) 2014-15, (bbb) 2015-16 and (ccc) 2016-17 financial year and (bb) since 1 April 2017 and (b)(i) what were the results of each test respectively and (ii) what action was taken in each case?

Reply:

The infrastructure in this case belongs to Transnet and PRASA is not responsible for the testing and maintenance in the area.

(i)(ii)and (aa) and (aaa)(bbb)(ccc) (bb) (b) (i0(ii) Falls away

08 March 2018 - NW458

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What number of Rail Safety Regulator Level Crossing Technical Committees have been established in each province thus far, (b) what number of the specified committees still need to be established, (c) by what date will the remaining committees be established, (d) why have the remaining committees not yet been established, (e) what are the names of persons who serve in each committee that has already been established and (f) what are their terms of reference?

Reply:

(a) The RSR established one Level Crossing Technical Committee in each of the nine provinces.

(b) The Free State Level Crossing Committee is currently not functional and has to be re-established.

(c) The Free State Level Crossing Committee will be re-established during the second quarter of the 18/19 Financial Year.

(d) The Free State Committee was established along with the committees in the other provinces, however, due to the restructuring in the Province the Committee only sat for the first meeting. Attempts to convene further meetings were unsuccessful.

(e) Please refer to the Annexure A

(f) Please refer to the Annexure B

08 March 2018 - NW376

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Matsepe, Mr CD to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What is the total amount that was (i) budgeted for and (ii) spent on his private office (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017 and (b) what was the (i) remuneration, (ii) salary level, (iii) job title, (iv) qualification and (v) job description of each employee appointed in his private office in each of the specified periods?

Reply:

(a) What is the total amount that was (i) budgeted for and (ii) spent on his private office (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017 and (b) what was the (i) remuneration, (ii) salary level, (iii) job title, (iv) qualification and (v) job description of each employee appointed in his private office in each of the specified periods?

a) (i) (aa) total amount budgeted for in the past three financial years;

2015/2016 – R26.552 million

2016/2017 – R28.865 million

2017/2018 – R22.088million

(i) (bb) total amount budgeted for since 1 April 2017: - R22.088 million

(a) (ii) (aa) total amount spent on his private office in the past three financial years;

2015/2016 – R26 402 million

2016/2017 – R27 330 million

2017/2018 – R24.701 million

(i) (bb) total amount spent since 1 April 2017:- R24.701 million

(b) what was the (i) remuneration, (ii) salary level, (iii) job title, (iv) qualification and (v) job description of each employee appointed in his private office in each of the specified periods?

2015/2016

(i)

remuneration

(ii)

salary level

(iii)

job title

(iv)

qualification

(v)

job description

NA

       

2016/2017

(i) remuneration

(ii)

salary level

(iii)

job title

(iv)

qualification

(v)

job description

NA

       

2017/2018

(i) remuneration

(ii)

salary level

(iii)

job title

(iv)

qualification

(v)

summarized job description

R1 127 334pa

Level 14

Chief of Staff

Gr 12

BCom: Economics

BCom Hons: Economics

Higher Education Diploma

BSc: Agriculture

Copy attached – Annexure A

  • Provide administrative support to the Minister in Cape Town and Headquarters, Pretoria and manage the Cabinet process
  • Manage external and internal liaisons
  • Manage the Parliamentary process
  • Manage the Transport ministry budget
  • Manage the Office of the Transport Ministry

R183 558pa

Level 6

Registry Clerk, Pretoria

Gr 12

National Diploma: Management Assistant

Copy attached – Annexure B

  • Provide a registry function
  • Provide a general administrative service

R127 851pa

Level 4

Messenger/Driver, Pretoria

Gr 5

Copy attached – Annexure C

  • Manage incoming and outgoing mail and documents
  • Render assistance with execution of functions attach to the Registry
  • Render driver functions to the Office of the Minister and Deputy Minister
  • Procurement of refreshments for Ministry
  • Perform relief duties when required

R107 886pa

Level 3

Food Service Aid, Pretoria

Gr 11

Copy attached – Annexure D

  • Provide a food service aid to the Office of the Ministry and Deputy Minister
  • Prepare boardrooms for meetings
  • Prepare refreshments on request for guests
  • Assist with administrative duties

R948 174pa

Level 13

Private Secretary to the Minister of Transport

Gr 12

National Diploma: Home Economics

Copy attached – Annexure E

  • Manage the Minister’s programme
  • Assist the Minister with his executive obligations
  • Manage logistical matters
  • Oversee the management of correspondence in consultation with the Minister

R657 558pa

Level 11

Deputy Director: Assistant Private Secretary

Gr 12

Copy attached – Annexure F

  • Manage the Minister’s diary
  • Assist the Minister with his executive obligations
  • Manage logistical matters

R281 418pa

Level 8

Assistant Administrative Secretary

Gr 12

BA: Communications

Copy attached – Annexure G

  • Manage the Minister’s diary
  • Assist the Minister with his executive obligations
  • Manage logistical matters

R948 174pa

Level 13

Media Liaison Officer

Gr 12

BA: Journalism

National Diploma: Journalism

B Tech: Journalism

Copy attached – Annexure H

  • Manage the legislative process in Parliament
  • Support Parliamentary study groups
  • Deal with Media liaison in the Office of the Deputy Minister
  • Liaise with stakeholders
  • General administration

R948 174pa

Level 13

Director: Cabinet Services

Gr 12

Masters: Communication BA Hons: Communication

BA: Communication

Copy attached – Annexure I

  • Provide administrative support in relation to Cabinet Memoranda
  • Compile budget for Transport Ministry
  • Systems development and maintenance
  • General administration
  • Overall management of staff

R948 174pa

Level 13

Parliamentary Officer

Gr 12

Primary Teachers Diploma

Copy attached – Annexure J

  • Manage the parliamentary process
  • Liaise with MP’s, Councilors and Parliamentary Standing Committee
  • Support Parliamentary study groups
  • Liaise with stakeholders
  • Manage the Directorate: Parliamentary and Stakeholder unit

R657 558pa

Level 11

Administrative Secretary: Speech Writer

Gr 12

Senior Teachers Diploma

Copy attached – Annexure K

  • Co-ordinate inputs from Branches and stakeholders to write the Minister’s speeches
  • Articulate of MINMEC, Transport Lekgotla and GCF issues into content development
  • Liaise with stakeholders
  • Prepare for media interviews and briefing notes for the Minister

R183 558pa

Level 6

Receptionist / Secretary

(Cape Town)

Gr 12

Copy attached – Annexure L

  • Render reception and registry services
  • Administer Proclamations
  • Render general administrative support
  • Act as a relief Appointment Secretary
  • Act as Manager’s Secretary when they are in Cape Town

R1 370 973pa

Level 15

Special Adviser: Ministry

Gr 12

B Phil

Masters: Geography

BA Hons: Geography

BA: Geography

Copy attached – Annexure M

  • Contribute to and edit the technical content of inputs to the Department’s major processes and documents
  • Contribute to and edit Cabinet Memoranda, submissions to Cabinet Clusters, documentation for Cabinet Lekgotlas, and the Office of the President.
  • Contribute to and edit the technical content of policy documents, and high-profile reports
  • Contribute towards papers, speeches, or presentations for the Minister
  • Provide technical and administrative support to the Minister

R1 370 973pa

Level 15

Project Manager: Ministerial Advisory Services

Gr 12

National Diploma: Civil Engineering

Copy attached – Annexure N

  • Contribute to and edit the technical content of inputs to the Department’s major Projects
  • Contribute towards the Project management of Projects listed above
  • Contribute to and edit the technical content of policy documents, and high-profile reports
  • Prepare drafts of papers, speeches, or presentations for senior personnel of the Department, or the Minister.
  • Provide technical and administrative support to the Minister

R1 370 973pa

Level 15

Special Adviser: Ministry

Gr 12

Secondary Teachers Diploma +2

Secondary Teachers Diploma +3

Copy attached – Annexure O

  • Contribute to and edit the technical content of inputs to the Department’s major processes and documents
  • Contribute to and edit Cabinet Memoranda, submissions to Cabinet Clusters, documentation for Cabinet Lekgotlas, and the Office of the President.
  • Contribute to and edit the technical content of policy documents, and high-profile reports
  • Contribute towards papers, speeches, or presentations for the Minister
  • Provide technical and administrative support to the Minister

 

08 March 2018 - NW302

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America, Mr D to ask the Minister of Transport

With regard to a certain official (name and details furnished), recommended for disciplinary action in the Treasury and Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa reports, (a) on what date was disciplinary action instituted against the specified person, (b) what disciplinary actions were instituted, (c) why has the person been moved within various entities and (d) why is the s person still in the employ of any entity?

Reply:

a) There was no disciplinary action instituted as the official left PRASA before the investigation could be concluded.

b) N/A, see (a) above.

c) TheOfficial applied for the vacant position that was advertised at SAMSA..

d) The official is not currently employed in any of the Transport entities.

08 March 2018 - NW341

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Hadebe, Mr TZ to ask the Minister of Transport

What amount did (a) his department and (b) each entity reporting to him spend on the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo on the (i) Africa News Network 7 channel, (ii) SA Broadcasting Corporation (aa) television channels and (bb) radio stations, (iii) national commercial radio stations and (iv) community (aa) television and (bb) radio stations since 1 January 2017?

Reply:

DEPARTMENT

The Department of Transport did not embark on any promotion of the year of OR Tambo during the period in question. Such OR Tambo activities were done through the DOT entities.

 

AIRPORTS COMPANY SOUTH AFRICA SOC LIMITED (ACSA)

b) A total amount of R2, 5 Million for the building of the life-size statue of Mr O.R Tambo and R1, 6 million was spent to host the Presidential ceremony to unveil the statue.

ii) From a media support level, ACSA contributed R100, 000 for SABC Telkom lines to broadcast the unveiling ceremony LIVE on radio stations and SABC TV.

From an O.R. Tambo International Airport perspective, no costs were spent on media opportunities, the total PR value generated for this event amounted to R6.3 million. The PR generated was free, with no costs borne by ACSA and /or the Airport.

AIR TRAFFIC AND NAVIGATION SERVICES SOC LTD

(b) ATNS was involved in the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo through non-paid media platforms. There was no advertising/media budget allocated for use at the following media channels:

(i) Africa News Network 7 channel

(ii) SA Broadcasting Corporation

(bb) radio Stations

(iii) nation commercial radio stations and

(iv) community

(aa) television and

(bb) radio stations since 1 January 2017

 

SOUTH AFRICAN CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY (SACAA)

a) N/A

b) The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) did not spend funds on the promotion or celebration of the Year of OR Tambo on any of the following channels:

(i) Africa News Network 7 channel,

(ii) SA Broadcasting Corporation (aa) television channels and (bb) radio stations,

(iii) national commercial radio stations and

(iv) community (aa) television and (bb) radio stations

Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (Cbrta)

(v) Since 1 January 2017 the (b) CBRTA has spent R0. 00 on the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo:

(i) R 0-00

on the Africa News Network 7 channel,

(ii)(aa) R 0-00

on the SA Broadcasting Corporation television channels and

(bb) R 0-00

radio stations,

(iii) R 0-00

on national commercial radio stations and

(iv) (aa) R 0-00

on community television and

(bb) R 0-00

on radio stations.

Road Accident Fund (RAF)

(vii) Since 1 January 2017 the (b) RAF has spent R0.00 on the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo:

(i) R 0-00

on the Africa News Network 7 channel,

(ii)(aa) R 0-00

on the SA Broadcasting Corporation television channels and

(bb) R 0-00

radio stations,

(iii) R 0-00

on national commercial radio stations and

(iv) (aa) R 0-00

on community television and

(bb) R 0-00

on radio stations.

Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)

(viii) Since 1 January 2017 the (b) RTIA spent R0. 00 on the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo:

(i) R 0-00

on the Africa News Network 7 channel,

(ii)(aa) R 0-00

on the SA Broadcasting Corporation television channels and

(bb) R 0-00

radio stations,

(iii) R 0-00

on national commercial radio stations and

(iv) (aa) R 0-00

on community television and

(bb) R 0-00

on radio stations.

Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC)

(ix) Since 1 January 2017 the (b) RTMC spent R0.00 on the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo:

(i) R 0-00

on the Africa News Network 7 channel,

(ii)(aa) R 0-00

on the SA Broadcasting Corporation television channels and

(bb) R 0-00

radio stations,

(iii) R 0-00

on national commercial radio stations and

(iv) (aa) R 0-00

on community television and

(bb) R 0-00

on radio stations.

South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL)

(x) Since 1 January 2017 the (b) SANRAL spent R0.00 on the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo:

(i) R 0-00

on the Africa News Network 7 channel,

(ii)(aa) R 0-00

on the SA Broadcasting Corporation television channels and

(bb) R 0-00

radio stations,

(iii) R 0-00

on national commercial radio stations and

(iv) (aa) R 0-00

on community television and

(bb) R 0-00

on radio stations.

 

RAILWAY SAFETY REGULATOR (RSR)

The Railway Safety Regulator (RSR) did not incur any expenditure in relation to the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo since 1 January 2017 to date.

PASSENGER RAIL AGENCY OF SOUTH AFRICA (PRASA)

The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) did not incur any expenditure in relation to the promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo since 1 January 2017.

SOUTH AFRICAN MARITIME SAFETY AUTHORITY (SAMSA

SAMSA did not spend any money on promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo on any media platform.

PORTS REGULATOR OF SA (PRSA)

The Ports Regulator did not spend any funds on promotion or celebration of the Year of O R Tambo on any of the news networks, television and radio stations.

08 March 2018 - NW457

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)With reference to the signalling systems, rolling-stock and related infrastructure at each train station, (a) how often was each system (i) tested and (ii) maintained (aa) in the (aaa) 2014-15, (bbb) 2015-16 and (cc) 2016-17 financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017; (2) (a) what were the results of each test respectively and (b) what action was taken in each case?

Reply:

1. (a) (i) (ii) and (aa) (aaa) (bbb) and (cc) (bb) The information requested requires PRASA Engineering staff to extract all the records pertaining to all the infrastructure asset items for each of the regions Western Cape, Gauteng and Kwazulu Natal (Eastern Cape operates on Transnet infrastructure) as well as record of each of the coaches (rolling stock), i.e. 4,565 caoches x 9 months x approximately 7 records per coach per month which equals 287,595 records on rolling stock only.

The Engineering Department will need time to extract the information in summary for 2015-16 and detail for 2017.

The detail requested are expected to be very large and it would be appreciated if Mr Hunsinger can please confirm that this is for all operating areas or whether just for Gauteng.

2. (a) Due to the fact that the information is not available at this stage, a response cannot be provide (b) in light of 2(a) above, (b) falls away

28 February 2018 - NW297

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)With regard to the N4 Wild Coast development project by the SA National Roads Agency (Sanral), why has Sanral continued to proceed with contracting before a legitimate application for judicial review against the environmental authorisation has been settled in court; (2) in view of the promise by a certain person (name and details furnished) to the local residents that the specified person would address their objections, (a) how has the person addressed and communicated the response to the local community, (b) what was the reaction by the local communities in this regard and (c) at what stage are public consultations with the local communities at present?

Reply:

1. The project, N2 Wild Coast Toll Road, has been declared as a Strategic Infrastructure Project (SIP) by the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission (PICC) and has been approved for implementation. The project has the support of the Eastern Cape Provincial Government, both the District and Local Municipalities through whose territory the route alignment traverses, the Traditional Leadership (Kings and Chiefs), Business Chambers, Communities and other stakeholders. As with other projects, there will always be some interested and affected parties that are against the project. The project enjoys overwhelming support in the Eastern Cape Province in general, and the Wild Coast in particular. The Record of Decision (ROD) was issued by the Department of Environmental Affairs in 2010 and has been implemented since that time on many projects along the N2 Wild Coast corridor. The ROD was appealed in 2010 but authorization was upheld by the Minister of Environmental Affairs. It is therefore still valid today. The matter that could be destined for court proceedings is a belated review application, launched in 2012, that seeks to question the validity of the ROD and desirability of the project. This matter is subject to legal processes and both the Department of Environmental Affairs and the Department of Transport along with SANRAL will do everything in their power to defend this very important project for the South African and Eastern Cape economies, and for the people of the Wild coast area.

2. (a) Numerous meetings were held with communities and specific responses were made in writing. The written responses to issues raised by the various communities were sent through the former Mayor of Mbizana Local Municipality to be shared with the various communities.

b) When SANRAL had engaged with the communities they indicated that what SANRAL indicated would be done during the implementation of the project was not what they were told. This is with specific reference to what was said by the AmaDiba Crisis Committee (ACC), who insisted that the road was to be constructed to facilitate dune mining along the Wild Coast. SANRAL has continuously rejected this claim, demonstrating the logic and purpose of this critical section of the N2 corridor. Once informed of the correct facts, communities pledged their support for the project on condition that SANRAL responded in writing to the issues that they raised. This was done via the office of the Mbizana Mayor. The communities in question, i.e the Mdatya and Sigidi communities subsequently withdrew their objection to the project.

c) Consultations in the form of stakeholder engagement sessions are ongoing with the local communities with the last ones held on the 24th and 25th January 2018 at the Wild Coast Sun in the Mbizana Municipality. Invitations were extended to the OR Tambo and Alftrd Nzo District Municipalities as well as all the local municipalities in those districts. Traditional Leaders and Business Chambers were also invited. All these stakeholders were represented in the sessions. These stakeholder engagement sessions are planned for every quarter of the year.

28 February 2018 - NW215

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Madisha, Mr WM to ask the Minister of Transport

Whether a certain person (name furnished) has been replaced as the chairperson of the board of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa; if not, why not?

Reply:

Adv Nana Makhubela the Chairperson of the interim PRASA Board is not replaced as the Chairperson of the Board of PRASA pursuant to her appointment as the judge. The Chairperson has not yet taken or assumed Office as the Judge as she is still winding up her practice work and other services that she rendered before her appointment as a Judge. The Chairperson has advised that she will assume office as a Judge with effect from 1ST April 2018 and by that time the necessary arrangements shall have been made for her substitution

28 February 2018 - NW300

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

What are the (a) time frames, (b) deadlines and (c) milestones for the filling of all current acting positions within the top management of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa on a full-time basis?

Reply:

a) The Interim Board of PRASA has started the process of filling the key Executive positions through the process of advertising the Group Executive positions (Group Chief Executive Officer, Group Chief Finance Officer, Group Executive: Human Capital Management and Chief Procurement Officer). These positions were advertised widely on the weekend of 11 February 2018 both on the Sunday Times and City Press newspapers.

b) The closing date for all the adverts issued is on the 26 February 2018.

c) The Interim Board will ensure that it completes the recruitment and selection process by 01 May 2018.

28 February 2018 - NW301

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

Why do applicants for a motorbike licence who are holders of a motor vehicle licence have to apply for a motorbike learner licence?

Reply:

The National Road Traffic Act, 1996 (Act No. 93 of 1996) and its Regulations, provides for the manner in which driving licences are to be issued. In terms of Section 12 of the mentioned Act it is provided that, no person shall drive a motor vehicle on a public road unless the person has an appropriate licence for such vehicle and unless the person keeps such licence in the vehicle. Further, Section 13 determines that no person shall be examined or tested for the purposes to issue a driving licence unless such person holds a learner’s licence.

Regulation 99(1)(a)(b) and (c) of the National Road Traffic Regulations, 2000 sets out the different categories of learner’s licences, which are:

(a) Code 1 (learner’s licence for to motor cycles);

(b) Code 2 (learner’s licence for light motor vehicles);and

(c) Code 3 (learner’s licence for heavy motor vehicles and combinations of vehicles).

Both Code 2 and 3 does not include any questions specific to the operation of motor cycles. The rationale for the above is because a person who applies to hold a driving licence for either a light or heavy motor vehicle does not necessarily intend to also hold a motor cycle licence.

Furthermore, the same principle applies in the case where a person who is the holder of a code B driving licence, who intends to apply for a Code C driving licence will have to undergo a process of obtaining a Learner’s Licence again, this time for a Code 3 learner’s licence.

The reason for this is because all the three Codes of learner’s licence differ with regard to the rules of the road and the controls for the operation of the respective motor vehicles.

28 February 2018 - NW298

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

What are the (a) short-, (b) medium- and (c) long-term plans with regard to the Gillooly’s interchange in the City of Johannesburg?

Reply:

a) In the short-term SANRAL is in the process of appointing service providers to address flooding problem through the expansion of the stormwater management infrastructure at the Interchange. This will be done in the upcoming 2018/19 financial year. In terms of traffic capacity Gillooly’s Interchange has been developed to its maximum potential and no further upgrades are possible due to the surrounding land developments.

b) The medium-term solution to address traffic capacity was the implementation of the new PWV 14 freeway (Gauteng Provincial Route) to redistribute traffic around Gillooly’s Interchange.  PWV 14 forms part of GFIP phases 2 and 3, which are currently uncertain because of the rejection of the toll scheme in Gauteng and no available public funds. The Gauteng Province has also indicated that it does not have funding for this project.

c) See answer under (b).

 

19 February 2018 - NW4

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Carter, Ms D to ask the Minister of Transport

In view of the proposed 71,43% increase of the vehicle licensing transaction fee determined in terms of the Road Traffic Management Corporation Act, Act 20 of 1999, read with its Regulations, (a) what has he found to be the rationale for the unacceptable increase and (b) is he prepared to review this determination in light of the public outcry and representations that have been directed to him?

Reply:

a) The transaction fees were introduced in 2007 by the Minister of Finance concurring with a proposal by the Minister of Transport. The Minister of Finance approved and or indicated a fee structure that provided for a 5-year period ending March 2012 which was to be implemented as follows:

  • for the years 2007/08 the transaction fee would have been R30.00,
  • for the years 2008/09 -2009/10 R36.00; and
  • for the financial years 2010/11 – 2011/12 R42.00.

In 2009, the fee amount, as per the provisions of Section 48 of the Road Traffic Management Corporation Act, 1999 (Act No: 20 of 1999) (the “Act”) read with the Regulations was increased to a fee of R36.00 and brought into effect by publication by the First Amendment of the Regulations in the Government Gazette No. R. 930 on 23 September 2009. The significance of the regulation amendment, was that the Regulations was amended to provide that the Minister of Transport, may henceforth, increase the Transaction Fee amount annually by Notice in the Government Gazette.

Due to various operational and administrative reasons, the transaction fees were not increased in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. In February 2016 the fee amount was increased by R6 to R42, the same amount it should have been in 2010.

Therefore, over a period the Transactions Fees have not been optimally increased to keep abreast with the ever-rising costs associated with operations and personnel. The R30 increase in 2018, which brings the fees R72, is thus mainly informed by the already approved R6 per annum increase and in fact is less than what it would have been if the increase of R6 per annum was diligently implemented. If the increases had been diligently implemented annually, the fees would have been R96 in 2018

(b) There were no public representation received.

12 December 2017 - NW3915

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to his reply to question 3429 on 10 November 2017, what amount in debt is owed by (a) Transnet to the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) and (b) Prasa to Transnet (i) in in the past five financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

a) i) Transnet Debt to PRASA:

 

Transnet owes

 

R million

2013

2014

2015

2016

2047

115.716

189.357

169.192

161.187

158.497

ii) The amount YTD (Oct 2017) that Transnet owes PRASA is R194.2 million

b) i) PRASA Debt to Transnet

 

PRASA owes

 

R million

2013

2014

2015

2016

2047

888.423

936.139

1 179.854

1 222.608

1 246.148

ii) The amount YTD (Oct 2017) that PRASA owes Transnet is R 1 010.7 million

12 December 2017 - NW3972

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)With reference to his reply to question 2787 on 19 September 2017, what are the reasons that the size of the culverts under the N3 highway were not done in accordance with the master plan (a) after the 2009 flood and/or (b) in 2011 as this resulted in the flooding of the N3 highway in 2016; (2) what steps are being taken to ensure that the proposed improvements to the Bedfordview drainage, which will lead to faster runoff to and under the R24 will not cause flooding at Boeing Rd and further downstream; (3) will the proposed retention pond of 14000 m3 between R24 and Boeing Rd be sufficient to retain all the water from a 1:20 year storm event; if not, (a) why not and (b) what steps is his department taking to ensure the retention dam can retain water from a 1:20 year storm?

Reply:

1. (a) The master plan for the development of the area was approved by the City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. A layout plan was obtained from Ekurhuleni Metro showing the development upstream of the culvert in the flood plain. From this layout plan it is clear that City approved developments based on a 1:20 year flood, which was not shown on the plans, and not based on the 100 year flood as per legislation applicable. The development of the erven is in the flood plain that acted like a natural retention pond. Calculations by our independent experts indicate that the development is in fact below the 20 year flood line. Prior to the property development within the flood plain the culvert acted adequately. Due to the risk associated with the downstream flooding of property if culvert sizes are increased, the size of the culverts cannot just be increased without substantial improvement to downstream drainage by City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality.

(b) Due to risk associated with the downstream flooding of property the size of the culverts cannot just be increased without substantial improvement to downstream drainage by City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality on their land.

2. SANRAL is aware of the problems in the area especially regarding flooding in the vicinity of Boeing Road and the engineers are in discussion with the City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality to address the problem. In addition SANRAL is in a process of appointing professional consulting engineers to assist with a detailed investigation/design to find a solution in consultation with City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality.

3. (a) Retention ponds were only mentioned in the flood study as a possible solution to the problem but there were some reservations as to how effective these would be. The limited land space on both sides of the N12 highway will determine the size of the pond/s that can actually be constructed, and thus the size of the flood event that can be retained.

(b) SANRAL has already commenced with the appointment of its own professional consulting engineers to assist with detailed investigation/design to find a solution in collaboration with the City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality.

07 December 2017 - NW3544

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Figlan, Mr AM to ask the Minister of Transport

With regard to the issuing of tenders by his department and the entities reporting to him in the past three financial years, (a) which tenders were issued without following normal tender processes, (b) what were the reasons for the deviation in each case, (c) what was the monetary value of each tender, (d) how were the tenders issued and (e) who authorised the issuing of each tender?

Reply:

Department and entities (Refer to the Annexures) of Parliamentary Question 3544

  1. CBRT
  2. RAF
  3. RTIA
  4. RTMC
  5. SANRAL
  6. ACSA
  7. ATNS
  8. SACCA
  9. SAMSA
  10. PRSA
  11. RSR
  12. PRASA

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

REASON FOR DEVIATION

CONTRACT AMOUNT

TYPE OF BID

AUTHORISING AUTHORITY

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

Establishment of the Single Source Transport Economic Regulator through Developing Policy, Legislation and Implementation Plan

During the Policy development, additional stakeholder engagement was required and work-shopping of various amendments

1 500 240.00

Natural Continuation

Accounting Officer

Cooperative Model for Public Transport

During the Project critical items that were not part of the TOR were identified as crucial to the success of the project, which amended the scope

1 129 536.20

Natural Continuation

Accounting Officer

RE-APPOINTMENT: Review Road based subsidized transport service

To complete the initial Project. Contract period lapsed before completion and as a result of unforeseen outside factors, at no additional cost

691 347.30

Re-Appointment

Accounting Officer

RE-APPOINTMENT :Support to Regulating Committee on Fees and Charges by ACSA and ATNS - Cost Extension

To complete the initial Project. Contract period lapsed before completion and as a result of unforeseen outside factors at, no additional cost

402 101.00

Re-Appointment

Accounting Officer

RE-APPOINTMENT :Support to Regulating Committee on Fees and Charges by ACSA and ATNS - Cost Extension

2nd re-appointment was to assist the Regulating Committee with an ongoing Court Case relating to the Fees

916 106.00

Re-Appointment

National Treasury

Forensic Analysis of Putco Sandfontein Contract

Urgent request to intervene as an emergency due to threats of violence. National Treasury notified during entire process

2 259 266.08

Closed Bid

Accounting Officer

NATURAL CONTINUATION: Forensic Analysis of Putco Sandfontein Contract

For the project to be completed successfully a census had to be conducted, which was not part of initial scope

2 338 960.80

Natural Continuation

Accounting Officer

RE-APPOINTMENT: NATMAP 2050 Review and Update

To complete the initial Project. Contract period lapsed before completion and as a result of unforeseen outside factors, at no additional cost

680 000.00

Re-Appointment

Accounting Officer

CLOSED BID: Finalize the Draft White Paper on NCAP

Open tender process was followed with no bids received that were responsive. Request to approach experts in the specific field on closed bid was approved for second attempt. Successful

983 424.00

Closed Bid

Accounting Officer

Determining the criteria for certifying Auditors and training requirements.

SAATCO is the sole provider of this service

731 300.00

Single Source

Bid Adjudication Committee

EXPANSION: Review of the National Safety Regulator Act

Additional Provincial Consultation and the development of a Money Bill had to be added to initial scope to finalise project successfully

798 000.00

Expansion

National Treasury

Develop a National Railway Safety Strategy

Open tender process was followed with no bids received that were responsive. Request to approach 5 experts in the specific field on closed bid was approved for second attempt. Successful

2 730 120.00

Closed Bid

Accounting Officer

Develop a Salvage Strategy

A quotation process was followed. No bids were received. Approval to restart as closed bid by approaching experts in the field, was approved.

782 952.00

Closed Bid

Accounting Officer

Road Tariff determination framework

A quotation process was followed. All qualifying bids received were over the threshold value of R500 000. Approval to restart as closed bid by approaching all 14 suppliers who attended the first briefing session, was approved.

639 526.00

Closed Bid

Accounting Officer

PARTICIPATION: Participate in SANRAL tender for Media buying for 6 months

Request to participate in SANRAL tender for only 6 months approved while DOT finalised own tender process

N/A

Participation

Accounting Officer

PARTICIPATION: Participate in SANRAL tender for Events Management and related Services for 6 months

Request to participate in SANRAL tender for only 6 months approved while DOT finalised own tender process

N/A

Participation

Accounting Officer

Cross-Border Road Transport Agency

Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA) tenders issued in the past three financial years:

YEAR

  1. Tenders issued without normal tender process

(b) Reasons for deviation

( c) Monetary Value

(d) How were the tenders issued

(e) Who authorised the issuing of the tender

2014/15

None

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

2015/16

Appointment of a transactional advisor to provide transactional advisory services on the development New Permit System

The initial cost estimation was below R500 000 and a Request for Proposal was issued to eight service providers. Only one bidder responded with three different options and the option that met the Agency’s specifications was above R500 000.

R651 715.20

Tender was issued through a ‘Request for Proposals’

Chief Executive Officer

2016/17

Appointment of a service provider to provide multi-functional printers on a rental basis for a period of twenty months

The printers were originally procured through a normal tender process. This appointment was to continue using the current printers for an additional 20 months based on the following reasons:

  1. The printers in use still had the capacity to service the needs of the Agency and the rentals were maintained as per the original contract as opposed to new machines at high prices. The printers would have been returned to the service provider while they could still service the needs of the Agency.
  1. There was also a pending move of the Agency’s law enforcement unit to the RTMC and getting into a three year contract for new printing machines would have led to fruitless expenditure.
  1. The contract for office accommodation was ending later in the financial year and a determination was still to be made of the new office location and layout. As such the number of printers required could not be ascertained.

R617 6516.00

Through continuation of the current service provider

Chief Executive Officer

 

Extension Office Accommodation lease of a period of 36 months

The following are the reasons for deviations:

  1. The Agency was faced with a financial instability arising from the court outcome to refund operators. The market research was conducted and demonstrated that it is more cost effective to remain in the current premises. The current rental is as per the original contract while other services provider quotations were way above the current rentals.

R25 241 519.16

Through continuation of the current service provider and after market research confirmed cost effectiveness

National Treasury approved deviation as recommended by Procurement Committee of the Board.

Road Accident Fund

(a) The Road Accident Fund (RAF), in the past three financial years issued the following tenders without following normal tender processes,

(b) the reasons for the deviation in each case were,

(c) the monetary value of each tender was,

(d) the tenders were issued in the following manner,

(e) the issuing of the tender was authorised by the,

2014-2015 FY

storage facilities - M&T Development

the service provider is the only available service provider that owns storage facilities within the proximity of not more than a one kilometer radius to the RAF head office

R3,931,829.81

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

Microsoft premier support services – Microsoft

renewal of Microsoft premier support services

R 632,240.00

(fixed price)

sole source

CEO

HP data protector support- HP South Africa

renewal of HP data protector support contract - original equipment manufacturer (OEM)

R 781,514.88

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

HP hardware maintenance - HP South Africa

renewal of HP hardware maintenance contract - (OEM)

R 9,889,578.24

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

Lucidview maintenance and support - Lucidview Pty (Ltd)

renewal of licensing, maintenance and support of Lucidview solution. - (OEM)

R 1,973,588.52

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

bulk media buying- Government Communications Information Systems (GCIS)

as per the National Treasury Regulations

R 117,617,400.00

(fixed price)

National Treasury transversal contract

Board

Nashua SLA Gold Option - Nashua Communications

support and maintenance of the Openscape Voice telephone system

R 9,777,401.77

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

employee wellbeing services – ICAS

contract extension

R 700 000.00

(fixed price)

single source - extension

CEO

security services - Imvula Security

variation- additional scope to add security

original tender/contract value –

R 4, 897, 865.07

value of the extension - R 236, 034.78

(extended for five months at R90, 052.82 per month)

single source - extension

CEO

cleaning services Bontle ke Botho

variation- extension of scope as an additional cleaner was added

original tender/contract value -

R 3, 800, 422.86

value of the extension - R 282 651.60

single source - variation extension of scope

CEO

auditing services - panel

extension- while the tender process was underway to appoint a new panel

expenditure as and when required subject to annual budgeted

amount of

R 3, 740, 983.73

single source - extension

Board

2015-2016 FY

SAP mobile platform and SAP data services - SAP South Africa

supply of SAP mobile platform and SAP data services – (OEM)

R 5,600,000.00

(fixed price)

sole source

CEO

Telephony - Nashua Mobile

service provider to provide Openscape Voice telephone system

R 9,431,126.84

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

new office space (Nelspruit) - FGK Capital

acquiring of office space in Nelspruit due to limited building space available for lease, as per the RAF specifications

R 2,600,000.00

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

supply chain management turnaround strategy- Astute Advisory

as per the National Treasury Regulations

R 8,000,000.00

(fixed price)

National Treasury transversal contract

CEO

Employee Awareness Programme (EAP) - Metropolitan Wellness

as per the National Treasury Regulations

R 1,166,666.67

(fixed price)

National Treasury transversal contract

CEO

Pro-Active 24 hardware maintenance and support - HP South Africa

renewal of the Pro-active 24 hardware maintenance and support contract- (OEM)

R 9, 889, 578.24

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

premier data protector - HP South Africa

service provider to provide premier data support- (OEM)

R 390, 757.44

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

renewal of Lucidview licenses, maintenance and support – Lucidview Pty (Ltd)

renewal of Lucidview licenses, maintenance and support- (OEM)

R 1, 891, 508.52

(fixed price)

single source

CEO

APN upgrade, Spend Manager Plus and Data Messenger- Vodacom

contract scope extension

R 21, 901, 888.08

(fixed price)

single source

Board

supply chain management turnaround strategy - Astute Advisory

variation - extension of the scope of work

R 11 260. 000.00

(fixed price)

single source - variation extension of scope

Board

Menlyn parking, increase of parking space - Interpark

no alternative parking space could be sourced within the near vicinity

R 4 524. 998.72

(fixed price)

single source - variation extension of scope

CEO

banking services - Standard Bank

banking services - extension while the tender process was underway

transactional expenditure subject to annual budgeted amount of

R 1,300,000.00

single source - extension

Board

security services - Venus Securities

extension while the tender process was underway

original tender/contract value -

R 1, 130, 726.88

value of the extension - R254, 821.65

(extended for five months at R 50, 964.33 per month)

single source - extension

CEO

security services - Fidelity Security

extension while the tender process was underway

original tender/contract value -

R 3, 615, 743.98

value of the extension – R 162, 205.85

(extended for five months at R 32, 441.17 per month)

single source - extension

CEO

security services - Securitas

extension while the tender process was underway

original tender/contract value -

R 938, 448.00

value of the extension – R 153, 375.60

(extended for five months at R 30, 675.12 per month)

single source - extension

CEO

2016-2017 FY

panel of recruitment agencies

as per the National Treasury Regulation 16A.6.6

R 3,000,000.00

(fixed price)

participation agreement (South African Civil Aviation Authority)

CEO

Road Traffic Infringement Agency

(a) The RTIA has not in the past three years issued any tender without following the normal tender processes.

(b) – N/A. See answer in (a) above.

(c) – N/A. See answer in (a) above.

(d) – N/A. See answer in (a) above.

(e) – N/A. See answer in (a) above.

Road Traffic Management Corporation

(a) The RTMC has not in the past three years issued any tender without following the normal tender processes.

(b) – N/A. See answer in (a) above.

(c) – N/A. See answer in (a) above.

(d) – N/A. See answer in (a) above.

(e) – N/A. See answer in (a) above.

South African National Roads Agency Limited

  1. (b) (c) (d) and (e) Please see attached

Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA)

Please see attached 2016 and 2017 annexures, and 2015 not yet completed.

Air Traffic and Navigation Services SOC Limited (ATNS)

  • ATNS satisfy its requirements through competitive tender process unless there are justifiable reasons to the contrary. Below is a list of tender issued without following normal tender process.

a) Tender Description

b) Reasons for Deviation

c) Monetary Value

d) method of tender

e) Authorising Authority

Componentization of assets, verification and barcoding

Urgent audit request

R 4,000,000

Closed Tender

CEO

South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA)

Seq

Description

Supplier

(a)

Which tenders were issued without following normal tender processes

Microsoft

SAFRAM

AFGEN (Pty) Ltd

Avdex

(b)

What were the reasons for the deviation in each case

Sole Supplier

Sole Supplier

Sole Supplier

Sole Supplier

(c)

What was the monetary value of each tender

R7, 461, 805.00

R5, 532, 258.00

R1, 276.80

R114, 000.00

(d)

How were the tenders issued

Negotiations with international supplier.

Negotiations with international supplier. Annual Software technical Assistance for the Flight inspection equipment.

Negotiations with International Supplier. PAPI light calibration Instrument.

Aircraft Registry System – Contract extension for 12 months

(e)

Who authorised the issuing of each tender

DCA, SACAA Board, and National Treasury

DCA, SACAA Board, and National Treasury

DCA, SACAA Board, and National Treasury

DCA, SACAA Board, and National Treasury

South African Maritime Safety Authority ( SAMSA)

BID DESCRIPTION

REASONS FOR DEVIATION

VALUE OF THE CONTRACT

PROCESS FOLLOWED

AUTHORISED BY

Upgrade of Great Plains

Adhering to National Treasury Circular No 10 of 2016/2017 not to engaged on long term contract agreement for ICT product, software and services.

R 1 672 722.00

Current service requested to upgrade the financial system while waiting for National Treasury to finalize the tender process for an integrated financial system.

ACEO

VMWare Software

Adhering to National Treasury Circular No 10 of 2016/2017 not to engaged on long term contract agreement for ICT product, software and services.

R 2 259 238.85

A quotation process was followed. Quotes were sourced from VMWare local partners. Permission to deviate from the tender process was supported by National Treasury.

Approval granted by National Treasury

Design,implement and support the MPLS Infrastructure

Contract over 15% National Treasury threshold

R2 904 559.04 (vat excl)

SAMSA requested contract extension from National Treasury for over 15% threshold.

Approval granted by National Treasury

Security Services

Tender still pending evaluated and contract award

R 801 436.00

Current supplier requested to extend the contract on a month to month

Approved by SAMSA board

Forensic Audit

Closed Tender

R 556 981.20

The company was appointed through the Company Secretary to ensure that staff members affected by the audit do not have influence on the awarding process.

Approved by the ACEO

Ports Regulator of South Africa

  1. The Ports Regulator has not issued any tenders in the past three financial years without following the normal tender processes.
  2. N/A
  3. N/A
  4. N/A
  5. N/A

Railway Safety Regular of South Africa (RSR)

2014/15 Financial Year

No

Question a

Question b

Question c

Question d

Question e

 

Supply information security solution and system

Selected service provider- services of special nature

R800 000.00

Deviation from a normal procurement process:

The solution requested is only provided by only supplier in Southern Africa. The service provider was approached by the organization for the security solution based on the security breaches that had transpired in the year in question.

Accounting Officer

2015/16 Financial Year

No

Question a

Question b

Question c

Question d

Question e

 

Consultant to conduct a culture alignment intervention in the RSR

Selected service provider- natural continuation

R741 000.00

Deviation from a normal procurement process:

The service provider initially conducted Culture Climate Survey on the employees of the Organization via normal procurement process, therefore this deviation was on the basis of natural continuation of the project.

Accounting Officer

 

Appointment of contractors to evaluate the condition of the current signalling and equipment installed on the Gauteng Region of PRASA

Urgency- safety of Rail Passengers following the train collision due to faulty signals

R742 539.80

Deviation from a normal procurement process:

An independent signalling systems investigation in the Gauteng South region of Metrorail focusing on the safety, technical and operational readiness of the signalling installations employed in the Gauteng Region

Accounting Officer

 

Appointment of contractors to evaluate the condition of the current signalling and equipment installed on the Gauteng Region of PRASA

Urgency- safety of Rail Passengers following the train collision due to faulty signals

R536 800.00

Deviation from a normal procurement process:
An independent signalling systems investigation in the Gauteng North region of Metrorail focusing on the safety, technical and operational readiness of the signalling installations employed in the Gauteng Region

Accounting Officer

 

An independent consultant to assess and investigate the suitability of the Afro 4000 Locomotives for use in South Africa

Urgency- safety of Rail Passengers following procurement of oversized Train Locomotives by the operator

R745 000.00

Deviation from a normal procurement process- Mechanical and Rolling Stock expertise was required urgently for the Afro 4000 to conduct an independent report.

Accounting Officer

2016/17 Financial Year

No

Question a

Question b

Question c

Question d

Question e

 

Service provider to provide strategic legal advice to the RSR on legal issues raised by operators which might have an impact on the organization

Selected service provider- expertise and experience

R2 000 000.00

Deviation from a normal procurement process:

The organisation approached the service provider on the basis of similar work which had been conducted by them before and because of their Regulatory Framework expertise as well as in order not to compromise the organisation if and when other legal issues of the same nature occur from operators as they would have a view of the history.

Accounting Officer

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA)

  1. The tenders issued without following normal tender processes during the period 2014 – 2017 across the PRASA spectrum amount to 243. See attached Annexure A, Column “C”.
  1. The reasons for deviation for tenders issued during the period of 2014 – 2017, see attached Annexure B, Column “D”.
  1. The monetary value of tenders issued during the period of 2014 – 2017, see attached Annexure C, Column “E”.
  1. The method of how tenders were issued during the period of 2014 – 2017, see attached Annexure D, Column “F”.
  1. Tenders were authorized by officials with different levels of responsibilities. Refer to Annexure E, Column “G”.

07 December 2017 - NW3886

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to his reply to question 3560 on 10 November 2017, what was the total cost for the imbizos held for the Moloto Rail Development Corridor Project?

Reply:

Costs involved with regards to imbizos held for the Moloto Rail Development Corridor Project were as follow:

1 October 2013: Organised by Mpumalanga Department of Public Works, Roads and Transport as Provincial October Transport Month event. No cost known

13 July 2014: Funded by PRASA, as it was specifically for providing progress on the status of the Moloto Feasibility study to the Moloto Community, organised by the Department and PRASA. The cost of the event was R528,321.60 No cost known to the Department.

12 April 2015: This was RAF intiative, as part of their RAF on the Road. The Department used the imbizo to provide feedback to the community on progress for the Moloto Rail Corridor Project as part of the Imbizo Progress week. No cost known to the Department.

15 December 2015: The event was organized as part of the Imbizo Week Programeme with the focus on the upgrades of the Moloto Road, R573. The event was funded. No cost Known to the Department.

06 May 2016: The imbizo was a Presidential Siyahlola Monitoring Visit, and was organised and funded by Presidency. No cost known to the Department.

25 April 2016: The imbizo was a SANRAL initiative. No cost known to the Department.

05 June 2016: The imbizo was a Presidency intiative. No cost known to the Department

07 December 2017 - NW3914

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to his reply to question 3550 on 10 November 2017, (a) on what date was the advertisement for the positions on the board placed, (b) what was the closing date for applications, (c) what is the current status of the selection process of a full-time board and (d) by which date will the full-time board be appointed?

Reply:

a) The positions were advertised on the 5 February 2017 and 11 June 2017.

b) The closing date was 20 February 2017 and 26 June 2017, respectively.

c) On 13 September 2017 Cabinet resolved that the Transport Ministers Cabinet Memorandum No. 20 of 2017 on the appointment of the members of the Board of Control of PRASA be withdrawn and further resolved that the Minister should consider the appointment of an Interim Board of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). The process of appointing the full-time board will be kick-started in the next financial year (2018/19).

d) In the 2018/19 financial year.

07 December 2017 - NW3815

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With regard to the increased vehicle licensing transaction fees, (a) how were these increases calculated, (b) what are the details (i) of parties who made submissions and (ii) of the content of the submissions received, (c) which stakeholders were consulted and (d) what public participation and/or public consultation processes were undertaken?

Reply:

(a) The increases of the transaction fees were based on the initial amount of R30 as determined by the Ministers of Transport and Finance, with the agreement that there will be an annual increase of R6.

(b) (i) In terms of the RTMC Act it is not required that the transaction fees be published for public comments, therefore the increase was not published for comments.

(ii) Not applicable, see (b)(i) above

(c) Not applicable, see (b)(i) above

(d) Not applicable, see (b)(i) above

01 December 2017 - NW3913

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

Whether he has been presented with candidates for the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Road Accident Fund since his reply to question 3538 on 10 November 2017; if so, (a) why has he not appointed a new CEO and (b) by which date will a new CEO be appointed?

Reply:

a) Yes the RAF has since made a recommendation for the appointment of a permanent Chief Executitve (“CEO”), however the process of appointment has since been halted due to certain allegations of possible irregularities that have been brought to my attention regarding the appointment. I have requested the Chairperson of the RAF board to institute an investigation and to report back to me in order to make a determination.

b) A new CEO will be appointed once the allegations to the irregularities have been cleared

01 December 2017 - NW3543

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Figlan, Mr AM to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) How many board members of the entities that report to him serve on boards of entities that report to other departments (b) what is the name of each board member (c) on which boards does each member serve (d) on what date was each member appointed in each case and (e) on what date will the term end in each case?

Reply:

Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC)

(a) Two (2) board members of the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) serve on boards of entities that report to other national departments

(b) the name of each board member is

(c) each member serves on the following boards

(d) each member was appointed on the following date in each case

(e) the term ends on the following date in each case

Ms Thembeka Mdlullwa

Onderstepoort Biological Product

1 August 2017

31 July 2020

Mr Thulani Kgomo

Mpumalanga Community College

07 July 2015

30 June 2020

RESPONSE: Road Accident Fund (RAF)

(a) Four board members of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) serve on boards of entities that report to other national departments

(b) the name of each board member is

(c) each member serves on the following boards

(d) each member was appointed on the following date in each case

(e) the term ends on the following date in each case

Mr. D Coovadia,

Rand Water,

1 April 2005,

31 March 2018,

 

KwaZulu–Natal Museum,

1 September 2015,

31 August 2018,

Ms. LUZ Rataemane,

National Council for Correctional Services,

1 July 2016,

30 June 2019,

Ms. R Mokoena,

International Frontier Technologies SOC Ltd,

4 July 2017,

linked to period of employment,

Mr. K Mothobi,

Trustee for Financial Services Consumer Education Foundation,

18 May 2016, and

no specified term.

RESPONSE: South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA)

(a) Three (3) board members of the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) serve on boards of entities that report to other national departments

(a) How many board members serve on boards of entities that report to other departments?

(b) What is the name of each board member?

(c) On which boards does each member serve?

(d) On what date was each member appointed in each case?

(e) On what date will the term end in each case?

Three Board Members

  1. Mr S Mokoena

Minerals and Petroleum Board

10 October 2016

09 October 2019

 
  1. Ms D Dondur

National Lotteries Commission

01 April 2017

2022

 
  1. Mr M India

South African National Parks

Safety at Sports and Recreation Events Board Appeal

01 April 2015

15 April 2016

31 March 2018

30 April 2018

RESPONSE: Air Traffic & Navigation System (ATNS)

  1. Only one (1) ATNS Board Member serves on boards of entities that report to other departments. The details are in the table below:

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

Name of Board Member

Board they serve

Appointment Date

End of Term Date

Advocate Matane Edwin Mphahlele

Agricultural Research Council (Member of the Council)

Department of Agriculture

01 April 2017

31 March 2020

RESPONSE: Cross-border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA)

a) Only one (1) C-BRTA Board Member serves on boards of entities that report to other departments. The details are in the table below:

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

Name of Board Member

Board they serve

Appointment Date

End of Term Date

Ms Keitumetse Mahlangu

Housing Rental Tribunal

September 2016

August 2019

 

Sedibeng Liquor Committee

January 2017

December 2020

 

Office of the Health Standards Office

June 2017

May 2020

RESPONSE: PORTS REGULATOR

The Ports Regulator’s members of the board do not serve on the board(s) of other entities reporting to Departments.

a) N/A

b) N/A

(C) N/A

(d) N/A

RESPONSE: Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA)

The PRASA Board members do not serve on the board(s) of other entities reporting to Departments.

a) N/A

b) N/A

(C) N/A

(d) N/A

RESPONSE: Railway Safety Regulator (RSR)

a) Only one (1) RSR Board Member serves on boards of entities that report to other departments. The details are in the table below:

 

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

Name of Board Member

Board they serve

Appointment Date

End of Term Date

Masaccha Khulekelwe Mbonambi

Water Research Commission (WRC)

01 Feb 2016

31 January 2019

 

Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited (IDFC)

01 June 2017

31 May 2018

RESPONSE: South African National Road Agency Limited (SANRAL)

The PRASA Board members do not serve on the board(s) of other entities reporting to Departments.

a) N/A

b) N/A

(C) N/A

(d) N/A

RESPONSE: Airport Company South Africa (ACSA)

The ACSA Board members do not serve on the board(s) of other entities reporting to Departments.

a) N/A

b) N/A

(C) N/A

(d) N/A

RESPONSE: Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)

  1. None
  2. None
  3. None
  4. None
  5. None

RESPONSE: South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA)

  1. None
  2. None
  3. None
  4. None
  5. None

01 December 2017 - NW3887

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)With reference to the Air Traffic Navigation Services, what were the reasons for the (a) low Risk Safety Index (RSI) performance of 34 on the Risk Safety Index in 2016 and (b) failure to meet the capital expenditure commitments in the past three financial years; (2) what (a) amount has been spent on the launch of the Gauteng Area Performance Based Navigation Programme and (b) are the main features of the specified programme?

Reply:

Air Traffic and Navigation Services SOC Limited (ATNS)

(1)(a) The RSI performance for 2016 was 43 not 34. ATNS is happy to report that the RSI of 43 falls within the tolerable region (risk is manageable with mitigation). The ATNS RSI performance for 2017 is currently 47, an upward trend that we pride ourselves with. This is attributed to various initiative such as Runway safety teams, etc. Most of our Safety events are the Runway Incursions and ATNS is working closely with airport operators and other stakeholders to curb these events.

(b) It must be brought to the parliament’s attention that it was only one year that ATNS could not meet the CAPEX commitment, FY2014/15. The reason for failure to meet the CAPEX commitment was due to the fact that bids received could not meet the empowerment threshold of 51% black ownership as part of ATNS black empowerment and enterprise development strategy. This was corrected by allowing the multinational manufacturers form partnership will local bidders.

(2)(a) The cost associated with the ATNS Gauteng Area Performance Based Navigation Programme (GAPP) is estimated at R250, 000. The costs include the design and validation of Instrument Flight Procedures which is included in the permission process that is approved by the Regulating Committee. The other costs are borne by all other relevant stakeholders in accordance with their mandates.

(b) The South Africa Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Roadmap details the framework within which the ICAO PBN concept will be implemented in the South Africa for the foreseeable future. The Gauteng Area Performance Based Navigation Programme (GAPP) is guided by ICAO guidance material and the South African Performance Based Navigation (PBN). The primary driver for GAPP is to maintain and increase safety, air traffic demand and capacity, and services and technology in consultation with relevant stakeholders.

South Africa under the guidance of the DoT will continue to implement and enhance PBN at all our major airports where there are operational benefits.

Air traffic management (ATM) is the dynamic, integrated management of air traffic and airspace including air traffic services, airspace management and air traffic flow management – safely, economically and efficiently – through the provision of facilities and seamless services in collaboration with all parties. Therefore, we believe that the GAPP under the auspices of PBN will ensure that significant fuel and emissions savings can be realised by an efficient Air Traffic Management system. To ensure the environmental and operational efficiency of air traffic management, the three basic elements of ATM should be addressed and optimised and they are; airspace management, air traffic services and air traffic flow management.

GAPP is just one projects of many that will ensure that we realise full benefits of PBN. The main features of GAPP are:

  1. The introduction of new Air Traffic Routes and Procedures
  2. The revision of airspace to accommodate the new Air Traffic routes
  3. The identification of Airspace and Runway efficiency initiatives

At the end, GAPP will ensure that ATNS assist airline operators and other aircraft operators to fly reduced track miles, thereby reducing Co2 emissions and noise around all our airports. This will result in cost savings by the operators. ATNS also believes that GAPP will enhance our safety performance increase efficiency, especially at OR Tambo which the busiest airport in Africa.

01 December 2017 - NW3733

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Mulaudzi, Adv TE to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)Whether (a) his department and/or (b) entities reporting to him procured services from a certain company (Travel with Flair name furnished); if so, (i) what services were procured in each case and (ii) what is the total amount that was paid to the specified company in each case; (2) whether the specified company provided services related to international travel to (a) his department and/or (b) entities reporting to him; if so, (i) what is the name of each person who travelled, (ii) what was the travel route and (iii) what is the total amount that was paid for each person?

Reply:

 

The Department had a contract with Travel With Flair for the period 1 July 2012 to 31 December 2014.

(1)(a)(i) and (ii) Services procured during the contract period

 

(1) (i) SERVICE PROCURED

 (1) (ii) TOTAL AMOUNT PER SERVICE

FIN YEAR

 INTERNATIONAL ACCOMMODATION

INTERNATIONAL AIR

TRAVEL INSURANCE

2012/2013 Total

 R            465 926.70

 R    8 722 881.00

 R      45 665.00

2013/2014 Total

 R            177 369.36

 R    6 940 564.00

 R      69 225.00

2014/2015 Total

 R            125 340.00

 R    5 028 331.65

 R      58 340.00

Grand Total

 R            768 636.06

 R 20 691 776.65

 R   173 230.00

 

 

(2)(a)(i), (ii) and (iii) Services per person

 

International Accommodation

 

FIN YEAR

Passenger

Supplier Name

 Tot Fare 

Tvl Date

Ret Date

Dur (Days)

2012/2013

Bierman J F

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   26 598.00

20/11/2012

01/12/2012

11

2012/2013

Bopang Khutsoane

Hilton Doha(Hiltondq)

 R   20 072.92

21/11/2012

10/12/2012

19

2013/2014

Chiumya James Mr

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   11 992.00

08/04/2013

14/04/2013

6

2013/2014

Chiumya James Mr

Gullivers Travel Associates Lt(Glh)

 R   25 155.00

07/05/2013

16/05/2013

9

2013/2014

Dikgang J

Gullivers Travel Associates Lt(Glh)

 R      1 990.00

10/03/2013

11/03/2013

1

2012/2013

Dikgang Jacob

Hilton Doha(Hiltondq)

 R   20 072.92

21/11/2012

10/12/2012

19

2013/2014

Duma Sabelo

Worldwide Hotel Reservation Usa/Africa(Wrw)

 R   17 185.48

14/06/2013

18/06/2013

4

2013/2014

Duma Sabelo

Worldwide Hotel Reservation Usa/Africa(Wrw)

 R      4 148.71

21/06/2013

22/06/2013

1

2012/2013

Fakiradutoit Bibi Ms

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   11 442.00

07/11/2012

10/11/2012

3

2012/2013

Gibberd Amanda

Creative Travel (Pty) Ltd(Ctvl)

 R   10 483.75

16/09/2012

22/09/2012

6

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R         905.00

02/03/2013

03/03/2013

1

2012/2013

Magagane Mahlapa Karpos Phillip Mr

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   38 533.00

02/12/2012

12/12/2012

10

2013/2014

Manamela C

Gullivers Travel Associates Lt(Glh)

 R      1 990.00

10/03/2013

11/03/2013

1

2013/2014

Manamela Lesiba

Worldwide Hotel Reservation Usa/Africa(Wrw)

 R      1 849.39

16/03/2013

16/03/2013

1

2013/2014

Manana K

Gullivers Travel Associates Lt(Glh)

 R      1 990.00

10/03/2013

11/03/2013

1

2013/2014

Manana K R

Worldwide Hotel Reservation Usa/Africa(Wrw)

 R      1 849.39

16/03/2013

16/03/2013

1

2012/2013

Manana Khibi

Creative Travel (Pty) Ltd(Ctvl)

 R   10 483.75

16/09/2012

22/09/2012

6

2012/2013

Mawethu Vilana

Hilton Doha(Hiltondq)

 R   20 072.92

21/11/2012

10/12/2012

19

2012/2013

Modiba Ernest Patrick Mr

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R      8 720.00

24/09/2012

27/09/2012

3

2013/2014

Modiba Patrick Mr

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R      6 210.00

20/05/2013

24/05/2013

4

2012/2013

Mokgako Yvonne Dinah Ms

Gullivers Travel Associates Lt(Glh)

 R      6 750.00

26/11/2012

30/11/2012

4

2012/2013

Mugeri Shumani Melton

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   19 775.00

06/02/2013

16/02/2013

10

2012/2013

Mugeri Shumanimelton Mr

Teamamerica (Teama)(Teama)

 R      8 775.38

31/07/2012

03/08/2012

3

2012/2013

Naidoo Colette K

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   26 598.00

20/11/2012

01/12/2012

11

2013/2014

Naidoo Karen Colette

Delta Montreal(Dmo)

 R   16 787.50

22/09/2013

06/10/2013

14

 

 

FIN YEAR

Passenger

Supplier Name

 Tot Fare 

Tvl Date

Ret Date

Dur (Days)

2012/2013

Naidoo Karencolette Ms

Teamamerica (Teama)(Teama)

 R      8 775.38

31/07/2012

03/08/2012

3

2012/2013

Ndwamato V

Worldwide Hotel Reservations Europe(Wrd)

 R   27 433.15

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2012/2013

Ndwamato V

Worldwide Hotel Reservations Europe(Wrd)

 R      3 449.26

14/07/2012

15/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Ndwamato V

Worldwide Hotel Reservations Europe(Wrd)

 R      8 110.54

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2013/2014

Nkontwana Hopewell

Worldwide Hotel Reservation Usa/Africa(Wrw)

 R      1 849.39

16/03/2013

16/03/2013

1

2013/2014

Nkontwana T

Gullivers Travel Associates Lt(Glh)

 R      1 990.00

10/03/2013

11/03/2013

1

2014/2015

Nkosi Vusi

Earthbound Travel Wholesale And Incentives Pty Ltd(Earthbound)

 R   60 005.00

13/05/2014

24/05/2014

11

2012/2013

Peege T

Worldwide Hotel Reservations Europe(Wrd)

 R   27 433.15

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2012/2013

Peege T

Worldwide Hotel Reservations Europe(Wrd)

 R      3 449.26

14/07/2012

15/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Peege T

Worldwide Hotel Reservations Europe(Wrd)

 R      8 110.53

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2012/2013

Peege Tshepo

Gullivers Travel Associates Lt(Glh)

 R      6 795.00

27/01/2013

30/01/2013

3

2013/2014

Peege Tshepo

Delta Montreal(Dmo)

 R   16 787.50

22/09/2013

06/10/2013

14

2012/2013

Peege Tshepo Mankopane Mr

Dana Tours Mot.(Dana)

 R   12 043.00

18/10/2012

21/10/2012

3

2013/2014

Peege Tshepo Mr

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R      8 925.00

09/05/2013

16/05/2013

7

2012/2013

Prins Janine Ms

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   26 598.00

20/11/2012

01/12/2012

11

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatliseng Mrs

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   24 403.00

03/11/2012

10/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Sekele J

Worldwide Hotel Reservations Europe(Wrd)

 R   27 433.15

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2012/2013

Sekele J

Worldwide Hotel Reservations Europe(Wrd)

 R      3 449.26

14/07/2012

15/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Sekele J

Worldwide Hotel Reservations Europe(Wrd)

 R      8 110.54

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2013/2014

Sekele J Mrs

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   13 575.00

01/04/2013

06/04/2013

5

2013/2014

Sim Kenton Mr

Earthbound Travel Wholesale And Incentives Pty Ltd(Earthbound)

 R   29 520.00

01/11/2013

07/11/2013

6

2012/2013

Sobekwa A

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R         905.00

02/03/2013

03/03/2013

1

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo

Earthbound Travel Wholesale And Incentives Pty Ltd(Earthbound)

 R      5 330.00

20/08/2014

21/08/2014

1

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo Aurellia

Earthbound Travel Wholesale And Incentives Pty Ltd(Earthbound)

 R   60 005.00

13/05/2014

24/05/2014

11

2012/2013

Thamsanqs Mhlomi

Hilton Doha(Hiltondq)

 R   20 072.92

21/11/2012

10/12/2012

19

2012/2013

Thembalethu Nkontwana

Hilton Doha(Hiltondq)

 R   20 072.92

21/11/2012

10/12/2012

19

2013/2014

Twala Z

Gateway 2 Travel(Gw2trav)

 R   13 575.00

01/04/2013

06/04/2013

5

 

 

International Air

 

FIN YEAR

Passenger

Route Details

 Tot Fare 

Tvl Date

Ret Date

Dur (Days)

2012/2013

Kgapula Ursala Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R       9 747.00

22/07/2012

23/09/2012

63

2012/2013

Mpe Raisibegwendolen

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Chikambvi Allen Mr

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Mofokeng Dineo Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Leeuw Victortshekish

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Magakgala Matsina Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R       9 747.00

22/07/2012

23/09/2012

63

2012/2013

Tshabalala Zandile M

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R       9 747.00

22/07/2012

23/09/2012

63

2012/2013

Mabena Nkosinathi Mr

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R       9 747.00

22/07/2012

23/09/2012

63

2012/2013

Pasiya Ayanda Mr

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R       9 747.00

22/07/2012

23/09/2012

63

2012/2013

Masindi Tshimangadzo

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R       9 747.00

22/07/2012

23/09/2012

63

2012/2013

Meshack Mabunda Mr

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R       9 747.00

22/07/2012

23/09/2012

63

2012/2013

Sihlango Isaai Mr

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R       9 747.00

22/07/2012

23/09/2012

63

2012/2013

Lehloo Ntaoleng Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Masia Dakalo Mr

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Magakgala Matsina Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R     13 210.00

17/07/2012

23/09/2012

68

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R     88 614.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

6

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanth

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R     88 614.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

6

2012/2013

Mzwakali Masibonge M

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R     88 614.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

6

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacin

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R     88 614.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

6

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Jnb/Fra/Mla/Fra/Jnb

 R     23 347.00

25/08/2012

21/05/2013

269

2012/2013

Naidoo Karencolette

Jnb/Jfk/Iad/Jnb

 R     83 966.00

30/07/2012

04/08/2012

5

2012/2013

Mugeri Shumanimelton

Jnb/Iad/Jnb

 R     83 944.00

30/07/2012

04/08/2012

5

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Los/Abv/Los

 R       3 987.00

17/07/2012

20/07/2012

3

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacin

Los/Abv/Los

 R       3 987.00

17/07/2012

20/07/2012

3

2012/2013

Mzwakali Masibonge M

Los/Abv/Los

 R       3 987.00

17/07/2012

20/07/2012

3

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanth

Los/Abv/Los

 R       3 987.00

17/07/2012

20/07/2012

3

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentineantho

Los/Abv/Los

 R       3 987.00

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R     43 749.00

16/07/2012

21/07/2012

5

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacin

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R     43 749.00

16/07/2012

21/07/2012

5

2012/2013

Mzwakali Masibonge M

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R     42 729.00

16/07/2012

21/07/2012

5

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanth

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R     42 729.00

16/07/2012

21/07/2012

5

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentineantho

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R     29 709.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

8

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Cai/Abv/Cai/Jnb

 R     44 246.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

8

2012/2013

Peege Tshepomankopan

Los/Abv/Los

 R       3 987.00

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2012/2013

Sekele Johannah Ms

Los/Abv/Los

 R       3 035.00

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Los/Abv/Los

 R       3 035.00

15/07/2012

21/07/2012

6

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Los

 R     14 210.00

15/07/2012

15/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Peege Tshepomankopan

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R     41 919.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

8

2012/2013

Sekele Johannah Ms

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R     41 919.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

8

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R     41 919.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

8

2012/2013

Magakgala Matsina Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R     13 210.00

17/07/2012

23/09/2012

68

2012/2013

Lehloo Ntaoleng Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Lehloo Ntaoleng Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

1

FIN YEAR

Passenger

Route Details

 Tot Fare 

Tvl Date

Ret Date

Dur (Days)

2012/2013

Lehloo Ntaoleng Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R    -10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

-1

2012/2013

Lehloo Ntaoleng Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R    -10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

-1

2012/2013

Magakgala Matsina Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb/Dxb/Prg

 R    -13 210.00

17/07/2012

23/09/2012

-68

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacin

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R    -88 614.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

-6

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R           285.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

-6

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R    -88 614.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

-6

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R           285.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

-6

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanth

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R    -88 614.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

-6

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R           285.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

-6

2012/2013

Mzwakali Masibonge M

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R    -88 614.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

-6

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Jfk/Kin/Jfk/Jnb

 R           285.00

02/08/2012

08/08/2012

-6

2012/2013

Sekimizu Koji Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 519.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Bosquezdeoneil Olgae

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     65 815.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Good Beatrizisabel M

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     65 815.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Sammut Mariehelenefr

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     65 815.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Paoletti Antonio Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     65 815.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Mcinnes Suzannelisa

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     65 815.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Tang Janetsukming Ms

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     70 075.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Job Vincentolabisi M

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     55 365.00

04/10/2012

13/10/2012

9

2012/2013

Haile Raphaeltesfali

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     65 815.00

04/10/2012

13/10/2012

9

2012/2013

Lehloo Ntaoleng Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Lehloo Ntaoleng Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R    -10 602.00

22/07/2012

23/07/2012

-1

2012/2013

Thompson Janenicola

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Mitchell Johndaniels

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Mayolnavarrete Loren

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Wang Junfang

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Demiguelrubio Laura

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Wheatcroft Anna

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Khoury Iskandar

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Pinkney Marialuisa

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Meibergen Carlamarga

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Adam Sylvie

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Turpin Francoisemade

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Proffitt Lyndajane

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Streetly Jenniferjan

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Dell Leeann

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Young Christophermar

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Librando Gaetano

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Balkin Rosaliepam

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Ferret Elizaveta

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Zhoa Dianrong

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Breika Mandouhibrahi

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Gzour Aomar

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Ghanma Naima

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Zhang Guangbo

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

FIN YEAR

Passenger

Route Details

 Tot Fare 

Tvl Date

Ret Date

Dur (Days)

2012/2013

Gireudtresse Ariane

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Li Youqiang

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Martinez Victorjorge

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Winbow Andrewvictor

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Westwoodbooth Joseph

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Deggim Heike

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Yamada Hiroyuki

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Gregory Christineren

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Pereira Wilmaflorenc

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Grygiel Annakatarzyn

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Long Richardpeter

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Tuzov Vladimir

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Waite Irenewanjiku

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Bryant Deborahelizab

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Lebihan Christineann

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Desroches Sylvie

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Radaortiz Margarita

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Gonzalezmallada Serg

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Jnb/Fra/Mla/Fra/Jnb

 R     41 836.00

25/08/2012

21/05/2013

269

2012/2013

Haile Raphaeltesfali

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     15 783.00

04/10/2012

13/10/2012

9

2012/2013

Good Beatrizisabel M

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     15 783.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Lhr/Mla/Lhr

 R       8 542.00

26/08/2012

21/05/2013

268

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     62 867.00

25/08/2012

21/05/2013

269

2012/2013

Mcinnes Suzannelisa

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     15 783.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Bosquezdeoneil Olgae

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     15 783.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Gireudtresse Arianel

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 422.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Paoletti Antonio Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     15 783.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Sammut Mariehelenefr

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     15 783.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Job Vincentolabisi M

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     26 233.00

04/10/2012

13/10/2012

9

2012/2013

Tang Janetsukming Ms

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R       9 513.00

05/10/2012

13/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Adamkuenen Sylvia

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     80 947.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Turpin Francoisemade

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     80 947.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Lebihanrichards Chri

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     80 947.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Cai/Abv/Cai/Jnb

 R     44 246.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

8

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Cai/Abv/Cai/Jnb

 R    -44 246.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

-8

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Los

 R     14 210.00

15/07/2012

15/07/2012

1

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Los

 R    -14 210.00

15/07/2012

15/07/2012

-1

2012/2013

Mlawu James Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R      -3 666.00

28/08/2012

31/08/2012

-3

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacin

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 666.00

28/08/2012

30/08/2012

2

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanth

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 666.00

28/08/2012

30/08/2012

2

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 666.00

28/08/2012

30/08/2012

2

2012/2013

Mzwakali Masibonge M

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 666.00

28/08/2012

30/08/2012

2

2012/2013

Mlawu James Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 666.00

28/08/2012

31/08/2012

3

2012/2013

Seko Margret Ms

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 666.00

28/08/2012

31/08/2012

3

2012/2013

Mlawu James Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 666.00

28/08/2012

31/08/2012

3

FIN YEAR

Passenger

Route Details

 Tot Fare 

Tvl Date

Ret Date

Dur (Days)

2012/2013

Peege Tshepomankopan

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     53 434.00

09/09/2012

18/09/2012

9

2012/2013

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     99 934.00

09/09/2012

18/09/2012

9

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Iad/Yul/Iad/Jnb

 R     87 533.00

07/09/2012

17/09/2012

10

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Lhr/Mla/Lhr

 R       8 542.00

26/08/2012

21/05/2013

268

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Lhr/Mla/Lhr

 R      -8 542.00

26/08/2012

21/05/2013

-268

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -62 867.00

25/08/2012

21/05/2013

-269

2012/2013

Zhoa Dianrong

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R    -77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

-7

2012/2013

Gireudtresse Ariane

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R    -77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

-6

2012/2013

Lebihan Christineann

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R    -77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

-6

2012/2013

Turpin Francoisemade

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R    -77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

-7

2012/2013

Adam Sylvie

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R    -77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

-7

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     62 867.00

25/08/2012

21/05/2013

269

2012/2013

Zhao Dianrong Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     81 130.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Phirwa Mokgobengrefilwe Ms

Jnb/Iad/Yul/Iad/Jnb

 R     87 991.00

10/09/2012

18/09/2012

8

2012/2013

Gireudtresse Ariane

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Gireudtresse Ariane

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R    -77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

-6

2012/2013

Manana Khibitswanaruth Ms

Jnb/Bom/Del/Bom/Jnb

 R     40 289.00

15/09/2012

23/09/2012

8

2012/2013

Gibberd Amandaelizabeth Ms

Jnb/Bom/Del/Bom/Jnb

 R     40 289.00

15/09/2012

23/09/2012

8

2012/2013

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Muc/Bru/Muc/Jnb

 R     60 190.00

14/09/2012

20/09/2012

6

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Jnb/Zrh/Bru/Zrh/Jnb

 R     59 590.00

16/09/2012

20/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Ms

Jnb/Zrh/Bru/Zrh/Jnb

 R     59 590.00

16/09/2012

20/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Bru/Zrh/Jnb

 R     82 090.00

16/09/2012

20/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwanielon Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Zyr/Cdg/Jnb

 R     63 518.00

16/09/2012

20/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Nkontwana Thembalethu Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bru/Fra/Jnb

 R     60 267.00

15/09/2012

20/09/2012

5

2012/2013

Ralephenya Metsejames Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bru/Fra/Jnb

 R     64 431.00

15/09/2012

20/09/2012

5

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Iad/Yul/Iad/Jnb

 R    -87 533.00

07/09/2012

17/09/2012

-10

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Iad/Yul/Iad/Jnb

 R           285.00

07/09/2012

17/09/2012

-10

2012/2013

Sladkovskaia Elena Ms

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     81 215.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2012/2013

Peege Tshepo

Jnb/Wdh/Jnb

 R       6 543.00

02/09/2012

06/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Modiba Ernestpatrick Mr

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     29 767.00

24/09/2012

27/09/2012

3

2012/2013

Modiba Ernestpatrick Mr

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R    -29 767.00

24/09/2012

27/09/2012

-3

2012/2013

Modiba Ernestpatrick Mr

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     29 767.00

24/09/2012

27/09/2012

3

2012/2013

Sebesho Peggyditshele Ms

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     29 767.00

24/09/2012

27/09/2012

3

2012/2013

Sekimizu Koji Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R    -77 519.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

-6

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R           285.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

-6

2012/2013

Ferret Elizaveta

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R    -77 748.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

-7

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R           285.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

-7

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatliseng Mrs

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

 R     20 279.00

13/10/2012

24/10/2012

11

2012/2013

Palomaresrubino Miguelramon Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     82 113.00

07/10/2012

15/10/2012

8

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatliseng Mrs

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

 R     36 155.00

13/10/2012

24/10/2012

11

2012/2013

Prins Janinemelony Ms

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     94 542.00

14/10/2012

21/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Marobela Khalatse Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 274.00

17/10/2012

22/10/2012

5

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 454.00

19/10/2012

22/10/2012

3

2012/2013

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 911.00

18/10/2012

22/10/2012

4

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2012/2013

Mlawu James Adv

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 838.00

26/10/2012

29/10/2012

3

2012/2013

Nkontwana Thembalethu Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 838.00

26/10/2012

30/10/2012

4

2012/2013

Phirwa Mokgobeng Ms

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 838.00

26/10/2012

30/10/2012

4

2012/2013

Maswanganye Lerato

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     55 475.00

27/10/2012

03/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     55 475.00

27/10/2012

03/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 838.00

28/10/2012

29/10/2012

1

2012/2013

Mzwakali Masibonge Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 838.00

28/10/2012

29/10/2012

1

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Cpt/Jnb/Gbe/Jnb/Cpt

 R       9 014.00

28/10/2012

29/10/2012

1

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       3 838.00

28/10/2012

29/10/2012

1

2012/2013

Kgapola Ashlerkgothatso Ms

Prg/Dxb/Jnb

 R     11 980.00

04/11/2012

05/11/2012

1

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatliseng Mrs

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     48 831.00

03/11/2012

11/11/2012

8

2012/2013

Fakiradutoit Bibi Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     67 738.00

06/11/2012

11/11/2012

5

2012/2013

Seko Margret Ms

Jnb/Cdg/Svo/Cdg/Jnb

 R     66 319.00

06/11/2012

15/11/2012

9

2012/2013

Mboyi Knowledgelwazi Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Svo/Cdg/Jnb

 R     66 319.00

06/11/2012

15/11/2012

9

2012/2013

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Dme/Zrh/Jnb

 R     61 659.00

07/11/2012

14/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwanielon Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Dme/Zrh/Jnb

 R     61 659.00

07/11/2012

15/11/2012

8

2012/2013

Devilliers Jandavid Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Dme/Zrh/Jnb

 R     61 659.00

07/11/2012

14/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatliseng Mrs

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     18 907.00

04/11/2012

11/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatliseng Mrs

Lhr/Dme/Lhr

 R     21 587.00

08/11/2012

14/11/2012

6

2012/2013

Dikgang Butanejacob Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R     45 229.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Mohlomi Thamsanqasamuel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R     45 229.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Khutsoane Bopangphatsimo

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R     45 229.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Jnb/Fra/Mla/Fra/Jnb

 R    -65 183.00

25/08/2012

21/05/2013

-269

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Fra/Mla/Fra/Jnb

 R           285.00

25/08/2012

21/05/2013

-269

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard Mr

Mla/Lhr

 R                    -  

29/04/2013

29/04/2013

1

2012/2013

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R     51 429.00

23/11/2012

08/12/2012

15

2012/2013

Dikgang Butanejacob Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R     45 229.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Mohlomi Thamsanqasamuel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R     45 229.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Khutsoane Bopangphatsimo

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R     45 229.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Dikgang Butanejacob Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R    -45 229.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

-16

2012/2013

Khutsoane Bopangphatsimo

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R    -45 229.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

-16

2012/2013

Mohlomi Thamsanqasamuel Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Doh/Dxb/Jnb

 R    -45 229.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

-16

2012/2013

Nkontwana Thembalethu Mr

Jnb/Doh/Jnb

 R     63 639.00

21/11/2012

08/12/2012

17

2012/2013

Msomi Princessnokuthula Ms

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

 R     56 386.00

17/11/2012

30/11/2012

13

2012/2013

Naidoo Karencolette Ms

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     78 294.00

19/11/2012

02/12/2012

13

2012/2013

Bierman Johannfrederich Mr

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     78 294.00

19/11/2012

02/12/2012

13

2012/2013

Fakiradutoit Bibi Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     67 738.00

06/11/2012

11/11/2012

5

2012/2013

Ndebele Guguprecious Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     67 760.00

24/11/2012

02/12/2012

8

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatliseng Mrs

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     48 831.00

03/11/2012

11/11/2012

8

2012/2013

Nkosi Sadwellvusi Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     67 760.00

24/11/2012

02/12/2012

8

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatliseng Mrs

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -48 831.00

03/11/2012

11/11/2012

-8

2012/2013

Fakiradutoit Bibi Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -67 738.00

06/11/2012

11/11/2012

-5

2012/2013

Ndebele Guguprecious Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -67 760.00

24/11/2012

02/12/2012

-8

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R           285.00

24/11/2012

02/12/2012

-8

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2012/2013

Nkosi Sadwellvusi Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -67 760.00

24/11/2012

02/12/2012

-8

2012/2013

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R           285.00

24/11/2012

02/12/2012

-8

2012/2013

Magagane Mahlapakarposphillip Mr

Jnb/Fra/Gva/Fra/Jnb

 R     64 623.00

01/12/2012

13/12/2012

12

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     67 844.00

27/11/2012

12/12/2012

15

2012/2013

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

 R       7 432.00

26/11/2012

30/11/2012

4

2012/2013

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 148.00

26/11/2012

30/11/2012

4

2012/2013

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 148.00

26/11/2012

30/11/2012

4

2012/2013

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R      -6 148.00

26/11/2012

30/11/2012

-4

2012/2013

Mabaso Levers

Yul/Ams/Jnb/Ams/Yul

 R   167 078.00

11/12/2012

16/01/2013

36

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Coo/Lbv

 R       4 269.00

12/12/2012

12/12/2012

1

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Coo Lbv/Jnb

 R     24 129.00

09/12/2012

13/12/2012

4

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Coo/Lbv/Jnb

 R     18 482.00

12/12/2012

13/12/2012

1

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Coo/Lbv/Jnb

 R    -18 482.00

12/12/2012

13/12/2012

-1

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Coo

 R     19 641.00

10/12/2012

10/12/2012

1

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Coo

 R    -19 641.00

10/12/2012

10/12/2012

-1

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Coo/Lbv/Jnb

 R     18 482.00

12/12/2012

13/12/2012

1

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Coo/Lbv/Jnb

 R     18 482.00

12/12/2012

13/12/2012

1

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Coo/Lbv/Jnb

 R     18 482.00

12/12/2012

13/12/2012

1

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Jnb/Nbo/Coo

 R     19 641.00

10/12/2012

10/12/2012

1

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Coo

 R     19 641.00

10/12/2012

10/12/2012

1

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Coo

 R     19 641.00

10/12/2012

10/12/2012

1

2012/2013

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     78 481.00

26/01/2013

31/01/2013

5

2012/2013

Mugeri Shumanimelton

Jnb/Iad/Yul/Iad/Jnb

 R     87 927.00

05/02/2013

17/02/2013

12

2012/2013

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Atl/Ecp/Atl

 R     13 767.00

23/02/2013

02/03/2013

7

2012/2013

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Jnb/Iad/Atl/Iad/Jnb

 R     85 439.00

22/02/2013

03/03/2013

9

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine

Atl/Pfn/Atl

 R     13 767.00

23/02/2013

03/03/2013

8

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Jnb/Ams/Pty

 R     55 369.00

24/02/2013

25/02/2013

1

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Jnb/Ams/Pty

 R     55 369.00

24/02/2013

25/02/2013

1

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Jnb/Ams/Pty

 R     55 369.00

24/02/2013

25/02/2013

1

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine

Jnb/Iad/Atl/Iad/Jnb

 R     85 439.00

22/02/2013

03/03/2013

9

2012/2013

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Pty/Gru/Jnb

 R     55 272.00

01/03/2013

03/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Pty/Gru/Jnb

 R     55 272.00

01/03/2013

03/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Pty/Gru/Jnb

 R     55 095.00

01/03/2013

03/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo

Atl/Iad/Jnb

 R       3 408.00

02/03/2013

03/03/2013

1

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine

Jnb/Iad/Atl

 R       3 408.00

22/02/2013

24/02/2013

2

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Atl/Pty/Atl

 R     12 990.00

24/02/2013

02/03/2013

6

2012/2013

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Atl/Pty/Atl

 R     10 440.00

23/02/2013

02/03/2013

7

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Iad/Atl/Iad/Jnb

 R       3 480.00

23/02/2013

03/03/2013

8

2012/2013

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo

Atl/Iad/Jnb

 R      -3 408.00

02/03/2013

03/03/2013

-1

2012/2013

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo

Jnb/Iad/Atl

 R       3 408.00

22/02/2013

23/02/2013

1

2012/2013

Zwane Carol Ms

Jnb/Cdg/Gva/Cdg/Jnb

 R     52 361.00

12/03/2013

17/03/2013

5

2012/2013

Khumalo Pamela Ms

Jnb/Cdg/Gva/Cdg/Jnb

 R     52 361.00

12/03/2013

17/03/2013

5

2012/2013

Seko Margret Ms

Jnb/Cdg/Gva/Cdg/Jnb

 R     42 861.00

12/03/2013

17/03/2013

5

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwamielon Mr

Jnb/Fra/Yul/Fra/Jnb

 R     91 194.00

16/03/2013

25/03/2013

9

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2012/2013

Legodi Mabitsikoos Mr

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R   123 690.00

16/03/2013

24/03/2013

8

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine

Atl/Pfn/Atl

 R    -13 767.00

23/02/2013

03/03/2013

-8

2012/2013

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Atl/Ecp/Atl

 R    -13 767.00

23/02/2013

02/03/2013

-7

2012/2013

Manana Khibi

Mex/Gru/Jnb

 R     22 496.00

15/03/2013

17/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Nkontwana Thembalethu Mr

Mex/Gru/Jnb

 R     22 466.00

15/03/2013

17/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Manamela Charles Mr

Mex/Gru/Jnb

 R     22 466.00

15/03/2013

17/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Yul/Lhr/Jnb

 R   136 874.00

15/03/2013

25/03/2013

10

2012/2013

Nkontwana Thembalethu Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mex/Gdl/Mex

 R     32 875.00

10/03/2013

12/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Nkontwana Thembalethu Mr

Mex/Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

15/03/2013

17/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Manamela Charles Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mex/Gdl/Mex

 R     32 875.00

10/03/2013

12/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Manamela Charles Mr

Mex/Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

15/03/2013

17/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Manana Khibi

Jnb/Gru/Mex/Gdl/Mex

 R     27 845.00

10/03/2013

12/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Manana Khibi

Jnb/Gru/Mex/Gdl/Mex

 R    -27 845.00

10/03/2013

12/03/2013

-2

2012/2013

Manana Khibi

Jnb/Gru/Mex/Gdl/Mex

 R     27 845.00

10/03/2013

12/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Manana Khibi

Mex/Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

15/03/2013

17/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Dikgang Jacob Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mex/Gdl/Mex

 R     32 675.00

10/03/2013

12/03/2013

2

2012/2013

Dikgang Jacob Mr

Mex/Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

15/03/2013

17/03/2013

2

2013/2014

Lebihan Christineann

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R    -77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

-6

2013/2014

Lebihan Christineann

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R     77 748.00

07/10/2012

13/10/2012

6

2013/2014

Chiumya James Mr

Jnb/Muc/Yul/Fra/Jnb

 R     91 951.00

07/04/2013

16/04/2013

9

2013/2014

Seko Margret Ms

Jnb/Cdg/Gva/Cdg/Jnb

 R    -42 861.00

12/03/2013

17/03/2013

-5

2013/2014

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Ms

Jnb/Zrh/Bru/Zrh/Jnb

 R    -59 590.00

16/09/2012

20/09/2012

-4

2013/2014

Airline Cxd Fee

Jnb/Zrh/Bru/Zrh/Jnb

 R           912.00

16/09/2012

20/09/2012

-4

2013/2014

Ndiitwani Michael Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     68 103.00

21/04/2013

27/04/2013

6

2013/2014

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     68 137.00

10/05/2013

19/05/2013

9

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Acc/Jnb

 R     25 033.00

01/04/2013

06/04/2013

5

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Acc/Jnb

 R       8 598.00

05/04/2013

06/04/2013

1

2013/2014

Sekele Johanna Mrs

Jnb/Acc/Jnb

 R     25 033.00

01/04/2013

06/04/2013

5

2013/2014

Sekele Johanna Mrs

Acc/Jnb

 R       8 598.00

05/04/2013

06/04/2013

1

2013/2014

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Cai/Abv/Cai/Jnb

 R    -44 246.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

-8

2013/2014

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Cai/Abv/Cai/Jnb

 R           171.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

-8

2013/2014

Ndwamato Vuwani Mr

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R    -21 018.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

-8

2013/2014

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Los/Jnb

 R           285.00

14/07/2012

22/07/2012

-8

2013/2014

Mzwakali Masibonge Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R      -3 838.00

28/10/2012

29/10/2012

-1

2013/2014

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R           285.00

28/10/2012

29/10/2012

-1

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Fih/Jnb

 R     28 008.00

26/04/2013

01/05/2013

5

2013/2014

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Jnb/Fih/Jnb

 R     29 108.00

28/04/2013

01/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Nobevu Caroline Ms

Jnb/Fih/Jnb

 R     29 108.00

28/04/2013

01/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Jnb/Fih/Jnb

 R     29 108.00

28/04/2013

01/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Chiumya James Mr

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R   124 535.00

06/05/2013

16/05/2013

10

2013/2014

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R   124 535.00

08/05/2013

18/05/2013

10

2013/2014

Modiba Patrick Mr

Jnb/Fra/Bru/Fra/Jnb

 R     61 067.00

20/05/2013

25/05/2013

5

2013/2014

Sobekwa Nosipo

Jnb/Khg/Hnd/Hkg/Jnb

 R     63 433.00

29/05/2013

06/06/2013

8

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Hkg/Hnd/Hkg/Jnb

 R     47 618.00

29/05/2013

06/06/2013

8

 

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2013/2014

Devilliers Jandavid

Jnb/Hkg/Hnd/Hkg/Jnb

 R     55 508.00

29/05/2013

06/06/2013

8

2013/2014

Bierman Johannfrederich Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     17 328.00

13/05/2013

16/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Bierman Johannfrederich Mr

Nbo/Znz/Nbo

 R       6 692.00

13/05/2013

16/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Prins Janinemelony

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     15 406.00

13/05/2013

16/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Prins Janinemelony

Nbo/Znz/Nbo

 R       6 692.00

13/05/2013

16/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Rikhotso Owen

Jnb/Dar/Jnb

 R     10 550.00

22/05/2013

25/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Ndwamato Vuwanielon Mr

Jnb/Dar/Jnb

 R     10 550.00

22/05/2013

25/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Devilliers Jandavid

Hnd/Hkg/Jnb

 R     16 048.00

05/06/2013

06/06/2013

1

2013/2014

Modiba Patrick Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Lca/Dxb/Jnb

 R     38 592.00

11/06/2013

21/06/2013

10

2013/2014

Sebesho Peggy Ms

Jnb/Dxb/Lca/Dxb/Jnb

 R     38 592.00

12/06/2013

21/06/2013

9

2013/2014

Mzoneli Bayanda Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Jnb

 R     75 422.00

15/06/2013

24/06/2013

9

2013/2014

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Lca/Dxb/Jnb

 R     34 611.00

12/06/2013

21/06/2013

9

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Ams/Cdg/Ams/Jnb

 R     67 188.00

15/06/2013

23/06/2013

8

2013/2014

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Lhr/Cdg

 R       8 016.00

17/06/2013

17/06/2013

1

2013/2014

Sobekwa Nosipo

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     68 561.00

11/06/2013

23/06/2013

12

2013/2014

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Jnb/Lhr Cdg/Jnb

 R     80 218.00

15/06/2013

24/06/2013

9

2013/2014

Nkosi Vusisadwell

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     68 561.00

11/06/2013

23/06/2013

12

2013/2014

Mzoneli Bayanda Mr

Cdg/Tls/Cdg

 R       7 872.00

21/06/2013

21/06/2013

1

2013/2014

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Cdg/Tls/Cdg

 R       7 872.00

21/06/2013

21/06/2013

1

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Cdg/Tls/Cdg

 R       7 872.00

21/06/2013

21/06/2013

1

2013/2014

Nkontwana Thembalethu Mr

Cdg/Tls/Cdg

 R       7 872.00

21/06/2013

21/06/2013

1

2013/2014

Rikhotso Sungulani Mr

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     80 718.00

22/06/2013

08/10/2013

108

2013/2014

Chiumya James Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Dme/Dxb/Jnb

 R     34 502.00

29/06/2013

05/07/2013

6

2013/2014

Nkuna Robert Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       6 412.00

26/06/2013

28/06/2013

2

2013/2014

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       6 884.00

26/06/2013

28/06/2013

2

2013/2014

Dalasile Sbongile Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 930.00

26/06/2013

28/06/2013

2

2013/2014

Serero Glenda Ms

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 758.00

26/06/2013

28/06/2013

2

2013/2014

Mogotsi Segodi Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 758.00

26/06/2013

28/06/2013

2

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 758.00

26/06/2013

28/06/2013

2

2013/2014

Chiumya James

Dme/Vvo/Dme

 R     23 556.00

02/07/2013

05/07/2013

3

2013/2014

Ngcamu Mvikeli

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

 R     60 746.00

13/07/2013

20/07/2013

7

2013/2014

Mlotsa Henry Mr

Jnb/Gru/Gig/Gru/Jnb

 R     60 746.00

13/07/2013

20/07/2013

7

2013/2014

Monyane Matebello Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     68 692.00

13/07/2013

21/07/2013

8

2013/2014

Ramaema Mpatliseng Mrs

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     68 692.00

13/07/2013

21/07/2013

8

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     68 692.00

13/07/2013

21/07/2013

8

2013/2014

Sobekwa Nosipo

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     68 692.00

13/07/2013

21/07/2013

8

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       4 501.00

17/07/2013

19/07/2013

2

2013/2014

Mokgako Yvonne Ms

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     55 998.00

15/07/2013

26/07/2013

11

2013/2014

Mabunda Joseph Mr

Prg/Zrh/Jnb

 R     18 618.00

05/08/2013

06/08/2013

1

2013/2014

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Jnb/Ams/Pty

 R    -55 369.00

24/02/2013

25/02/2013

-1

2013/2014

Dossantosrocha Jacinto Mr

Pty/Gru/Jnb

 R    -55 095.00

01/03/2013

03/03/2013

-2

2013/2014

Airline Admin Fee

Pty/Gru/Jnb

 R           285.00

01/03/2013

03/03/2013

-2

2013/2014

Martins Benedictanthony Mr

Lhr/Cdg

 R      -8 016.00

17/06/2013

17/06/2013

-1

2013/2014

Airline Admin Fee

Lhr/Cdg

 R           114.00

17/06/2013

17/06/2013

-1

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2013/2014

Dikgang Jacob Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mex/Gdl/Mex

 R    -32 675.00

10/03/2013

12/03/2013

-2

2013/2014

Airline Cxd Fee

Jnb/Gru/Mex/Gdl/Mex

 R       7 923.00

10/03/2013

12/03/2013

-2

2013/2014

Modiba Patrick Mr

Jnb/Ams/Jnb

 R     69 253.00

21/09/2013

28/09/2013

7

2013/2014

Sebesho Peggy Ms

Jnb/Ams/Jnb

 R     69 253.00

21/09/2013

28/09/2013

7

2013/2014

Mogotsi Segodi

Jnb/Pol/Jnb

 R       9 544.00

31/08/2013

04/09/2013

4

2013/2014

Mthembu Lehlogonolo

Jnb/Pol/Jnb

 R       9 544.00

31/08/2013

04/09/2013

4

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     70 815.00

13/09/2013

22/09/2013

9

2013/2014

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R   125 128.00

21/09/2013

07/10/2013

16

2013/2014

Naidoo Karencolette Ms

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R   102 878.00

21/09/2013

07/10/2013

16

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhelegilbert Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Yul/Cdg/Jnb

 R   125 696.00

21/09/2013

07/10/2013

16

2013/2014

Phirwa Mokgobeng

Jnb/Cdg/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R   125 327.00

21/09/2013

01/10/2013

10

2013/2014

Ndwamato Vuwanielon Mr

Jnb/Cdg/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R   125 327.00

22/09/2013

05/10/2013

13

2013/2014

Bierman Johannfrederich Mr

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R   125 128.00

22/09/2013

07/10/2013

15

2013/2014

Manamela Lesibacharles Mr

Lhr/Jnb

 R     46 135.00

21/09/2013

22/09/2013

1

2013/2014

Manana Khibitswana Ms

Lhr/Jnb

 R     46 135.00

21/09/2013

22/09/2013

1

2013/2014

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani Ms

Jnb/Fra/Yul/Fra/Jnb

 R     94 336.00

21/09/2013

30/09/2013

9

2013/2014

Sangqu Bukiwe Ms

Jnb/Fra/Yul/Fra/Jnb

 R     94 336.00

20/09/2013

30/09/2013

10

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Fra/Yul/Fra/Jnb

 R   110 486.00

21/09/2013

30/09/2013

9

2013/2014

Omar Yusuf Mr

Jnb/Fra/Yul/Fra/Jnb

 R     94 336.00

20/09/2013

30/09/2013

10

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhelegilbert Mr

Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     19 201.00

04/10/2013

05/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Mabuela Terrence Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     70 723.00

12/10/2013

19/10/2013

7

2013/2014

Ndiitwani Michael Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -68 103.00

21/04/2013

27/04/2013

-6

2013/2014

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R           285.00

21/04/2013

27/04/2013

-6

2013/2014

Sipeka Ntsikelelo Mr

Jnb/Ams/Dub/Ams/Jnb

 R     67 115.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Sibanda Fungaikhumbulani Mr

Jnb/Ams/Dub/Ams/Jnb

 R     67 115.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Mntonintshi Unathi Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     70 586.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Msiza Refiloe Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     70 586.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Sibanda Fungaikhumbulani Mr

Jnb/Ams/Dub/Ams/Jnb

 R     67 115.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Sipeka Ntsikelelo Mr

Jnb/Ams/Dub/Ams/Jnb

 R     67 115.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Sibanda Fungaikhumbulani Mr

Jnb/Ams/Dub/Ams/Jnb

 R    -67 115.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

-6

2013/2014

Sipeka Ntsikelelo Mr

Jnb/Ams/Dub/Ams/Jnb

 R    -67 115.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

-6

2013/2014

Mntonintshi Unathi Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     70 586.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Msiza Refiloe Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     70 586.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Mntonintshi Unathi Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -70 586.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

-6

2013/2014

Msiza Refiloe Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -70 586.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

-6

2013/2014

Sebesho Peggyditshele Ms

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

 R     58 910.00

07/11/2013

25/11/2013

18

2013/2014

Sim Kenton Mr

Jnb/Dxb/Jnb

 R     54 100.00

01/11/2013

07/11/2013

6

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       9 104.00

15/10/2013

17/10/2013

2

2013/2014

Bezuidenhoudt Garrith Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       9 104.00

15/10/2013

17/10/2013

2

2013/2014

Omar Yusuf Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       9 104.00

16/10/2013

17/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       9 104.00

16/10/2013

17/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Motsatsing John Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 882.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 882.00

13/10/2013

17/10/2013

4

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 882.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2013/2014

Serero Glenda Ms

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 882.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       8 394.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Motsatsing John Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R      -6 882.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

-5

2013/2014

Motsatsing John Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 882.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Mokgako Yvonnedinah Ms

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     37 836.00

18/10/2013

26/10/2013

8

2013/2014

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 882.00

13/10/2013

17/10/2013

4

2013/2014

Serero Glenda Ms

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 882.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       6 882.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Serero Glenda Ms

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R      -6 882.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

-5

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R      -6 882.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

-5

2013/2014

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R      -6 882.00

13/10/2013

17/10/2013

-4

2013/2014

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       8 394.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R       9 104.00

15/10/2013

17/10/2013

2

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R      -9 104.00

15/10/2013

17/10/2013

-2

2013/2014

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R      -8 394.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

-5

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Fih/Nbo/Jnb

 R     29 911.00

27/10/2013

31/10/2013

4

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Nbo/Fih/Nbo/Jnb

 R     29 911.00

27/10/2013

31/10/2013

4

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Fih/Nbo/Jnb

 R                    -  

28/10/2013

31/10/2013

3

2013/2014

Ngobeni Suprise Ms

Jnb/Fih

 R     20 668.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Fih

 R     21 508.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Omar Yusuf Mr

Jnb/Fih

 R     20 668.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Chiumya James Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     55 961.00

27/10/2013

05/11/2013

9

2013/2014

Bierman Johann Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     58 531.00

26/10/2013

04/11/2013

9

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     55 961.00

27/10/2013

05/11/2013

9

2013/2014

Ngobeni Evelyndimakatso

Jnb/Fih

 R     20 668.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Fih/Fbm

 R       7 103.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Fbm/Jnb

 R       9 833.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Omar Yusuf Mr

Fih/Fbm

 R       7 103.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Omar Yusuf Mr

Fbm/Jnb

 R       9 833.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Ngobeni Suprise Ms

Fih/Fbm/Jnb

 R       7 825.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Ngobeni Evelyndimakatso

Fih/Fbm/Jnb

 R       7 825.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Fih/Nbo/Jnb

 R     29 911.00

27/10/2013

31/10/2013

4

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Fih/Nbo/Jnb

 R    -29 911.00

27/10/2013

31/10/2013

-4

2013/2014

Omar Yusuf Mr

Fih/Jnb

 R       6 695.00

30/10/2013

30/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Fih/Jnb

 R       6 695.00

30/10/2013

30/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Ngobeni Evelyndimakatso

Jnb/Fih

 R     20 668.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Ngobeni Evelyndimakatso

Jnb/Fih

 R    -20 668.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Fih/Fbm

 R       7 091.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Fbm/Jnb

 R     10 833.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Fih/Fbm

 R       7 091.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Fbm/Jnb

 R     10 833.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Ngobeni Evelyndimakatso

Fih/Fbm/Jnb

 R       7 825.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Ngobeni Evelyndimakatso

Fih/Fbm/Jnb

 R      -7 825.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Nkontwana Thembalethu Mr

Jnb/Ams/Waw/Ams/Jnb

 R     67 196.00

08/11/2013

24/11/2013

16

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2013/2014

Manana Khibitswana Ms

Jnb/Ams/Waw/Ams/Jnb

 R     67 196.00

08/11/2013

18/11/2013

10

2013/2014

Dikgang Jacob Mr

Jnb/Muc/Waw/Fra/Jnb

 R     66 048.00

09/11/2013

24/11/2013

15

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Jnb/Ams/Waw/Ams/Jnb

 R     67 308.00

16/11/2013

24/11/2013

8

2013/2014

Manyungwana Xoli Mr

Jnb/Muc/Waw/Fra/Jnb

 R     82 170.00

13/11/2013

24/11/2013

11

2013/2014

Turpin Francoisemade

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R      -8 899.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

-7

2013/2014

Airline Cxd Fee

Lhr/Jnb/Cpt/Jnb/Lhr

 R       8 360.00

06/10/2012

13/10/2012

-7

2013/2014

Bezuidenhoudt Garrith Mr

Jnb/Acc/Lhr/Jnb

 R     99 468.00

24/11/2013

01/12/2013

7

2013/2014

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

 R     55 930.00

04/12/2013

07/12/2013

3

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

 R     61 620.00

04/12/2013

07/12/2013

3

2013/2014

Bezuidenhoudt Garrith Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

 R     55 930.00

04/12/2013

07/12/2013

3

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     78 871.00

21/11/2013

06/12/2013

15

2013/2014

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     78 871.00

21/11/2013

06/12/2013

15

2013/2014

Seko Margret Ms

Acc/Lhr/Jnb

 R     86 983.00

27/11/2013

01/12/2013

4

2013/2014

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     79 480.00

23/11/2013

06/12/2013

13

2013/2014

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     71 224.00

24/11/2013

01/12/2013

7

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Acc/Lhr/Jnb

 R   100 678.00

21/11/2013

01/12/2013

10

2013/2014

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Acc/Lhr/Jnb

 R   100 678.00

22/11/2013

01/12/2013

9

2013/2014

Manyungwana Xoli Mr

Jnb/Muc/Waw/Fra/Jnb

 R    -82 170.00

13/11/2013

24/11/2013

-11

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Acc/Lhr/Jnb

 R -100 678.00

21/11/2013

01/12/2013

-10

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Acc/Lhr/Jnb

 R   100 678.00

24/11/2013

01/12/2013

7

2013/2014

Manyungwana Xoli Mr

Jnb/Muc/Waw/Fra/Jnb

 R     82 170.00

13/11/2013

24/11/2013

11

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Lhr/Dub/Lhr

 R     12 322.00

29/11/2013

02/12/2013

3

2013/2014

Bezuidenhoudt Garrith Mr

Lhr/Dub/Lhr

 R     12 322.00

29/11/2013

02/12/2013

3

2013/2014

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Lhr/Dub/Lhr

 R     12 322.00

29/11/2013

02/12/2013

3

2013/2014

Benjamin Raymond Mr

Cdg/Lhr/Cdg

 R     13 401.00

07/12/2013

12/12/2013

5

2013/2014

Benjamin Raymond Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Dur/Jnb/Lhr

 R   100 986.00

07/12/2013

12/12/2013

5

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Nbo/Fih/Nbo/Jnb

 R     29 911.00

27/10/2013

31/10/2013

4

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Nbo/Fih/Nbo/Jnb

 R    -29 911.00

27/10/2013

31/10/2013

-4

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Fih

 R    -21 508.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Omar Yusuf Mr

Jnb/Fih

 R    -20 668.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Omar Yusuf Mr

Jnb/Fih

 R     20 668.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Fih

 R     21 508.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Fbm/Jnb

 R       9 833.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

1

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Fbm/Jnb

 R      -9 833.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Omar Yusuf Mr

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R      -9 104.00

16/10/2013

17/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Vfa/Jnb

 R           285.00

16/10/2013

17/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Seko Margret Ms

Jnb/Acc/Jnb

 R     37 090.00

21/11/2013

01/12/2013

10

2013/2014

Ngobeni Suprise Ms

Jnb/Fih

 R    -20 668.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Fih

 R           285.00

28/10/2013

28/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Acc/Jnb

 R     19 302.00

23/11/2013

28/11/2013

5

2013/2014

Fikizolo Lisolomzi Mr

Jnb/Acc/Jnb

 R     35 620.00

22/11/2013

01/12/2013

9

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Acc/Jnb

 R       7 558.00

23/11/2013

28/11/2013

5

2013/2014

Mogotsi Josephsegodishimane Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       4 501.00

24/11/2013

25/11/2013

1

2013/2014

Malapane Leonard Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       4 501.00

24/11/2013

25/11/2013

1

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2013/2014

Aliu Olumuyiwabernard Dr

Los/Jnb/Dur/Jnb/Los

 R     56 388.00

08/12/2013

11/12/2013

3

2013/2014

Mabuela Chueuterrencecuthbert Mr

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

 R     53 111.00

11/01/2014

23/01/2014

12

2013/2014

Airline Cxd Fee

Fih/Fbm/Jnb

 R       1 151.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Ngobeni Suprise Ms

Fih/Fbm/Jnb

 R      -7 825.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

-1

2013/2014

Ralephenya Metse Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Mba/Nbo/Jnb

 R     26 825.00

16/12/2013

19/12/2013

3

2013/2014

Ralephenya Metse Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Mba/Nbo/Jnb

 R                    -  

16/12/2013

19/12/2013

3

2013/2014

Mokgako Yvonnedinah Ms

Jnb/Dkr

 R     43 994.00

02/01/2014

03/01/2014

1

2013/2014

Chiumya James

Dme/Vvo/Dme

 R    -23 556.00

02/07/2013

05/07/2013

-3

2013/2014

Chiumya James

Dme/Vvo/Dme

 R     23 556.00

02/07/2013

04/07/2013

2

2013/2014

Ndwamato Vuwani

Jnb/Dxb/Mnl/Dxb/Jnb

 R     17 204.00

08/02/2014

12/02/2014

4

2013/2014

Makgakga Elsiemosima Ms

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     43 911.00

15/02/2014

01/04/2014

45

2013/2014

Sihlangu Isaailawrance Mr

Prg/Fra/Jnb/Fra/Prg

 R   116 757.00

19/02/2014

04/03/2014

13

2013/2014

Sihlangu Isaailawrance Mr

Prg/Fra/Jnb

 R                    -  

13/03/2014

14/03/2014

1

2013/2014

Sadiki Rendani Ms

Jnb/Jfk/Sjo/Mia/Jfk

 R     59 578.00

23/02/2014

27/02/2014

4

2013/2014

Sadiki Rendani Ms

Jfk/Jnb

 R                    -  

28/02/2014

01/03/2014

1

2013/2014

Peege Mankopanetshepodaniel Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     17 985.00

17/02/2014

22/02/2014

5

2013/2014

Naidoo Karen Ms

Jnb/Wdh/Jnb

 R       6 335.00

16/02/2014

21/02/2014

5

2013/2014

Chiumya James

Jnb/Wdh/Jnb

 R       5 805.00

16/02/2014

21/02/2014

5

2013/2014

Mabaso Levers

Jnb/Wdh/Jnb

 R       5 805.00

16/02/2014

21/02/2014

5

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentineanthonia

Jnb/Zrh/Waw/Gdn/Waw

 R     74 706.00

10/03/2014

13/03/2014

3

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentineanthonia

Waw/Zrh/Jnb

 R                    -  

16/03/2014

17/03/2014

1

2013/2014

Fikizolo Lisolomziassph

Jnb/Fra/Waw/Gdn/Waw

 R     70 783.00

10/03/2014

13/03/2014

3

2013/2014

Fikizolo Lisolomziassph

Waw/Fra/Jnb

 R                    -  

16/03/2014

17/03/2014

1

2013/2014

Ngobeni Evelyndimakotso Ms

Jnb/Fra/Gdn/Waw/Fra

 R     89 717.00

11/03/2014

15/03/2014

4

2013/2014

Ngobeni Evelyndimakotso Ms

Fra/Jnb

 R                    -  

15/03/2014

16/03/2014

1

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Fra/Gdn/Waw/Fra

 R     96 677.00

11/03/2014

15/03/2014

4

2013/2014

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Fra/Jnb

 R                    -  

15/03/2014

16/03/2014

1

2013/2014

Chiumya James Mr

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     43 659.00

17/03/2014

06/04/2014

20

2013/2014

Modiba Patrick

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

 R     15 771.00

29/03/2014

04/04/2014

6

2013/2014

Msomi Princessnokuthula

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

 R     15 771.00

29/03/2014

04/04/2014

6

2013/2014

Manyungwana Xoli Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     74 523.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Mabena Nkosinathi Mr

Prg/Lhr/Jnb

 R     30 151.00

28/03/2014

29/03/2014

1

2013/2014

Mabena Nkosinathi Mr

Prg/Lhr/Jnb

 R     30 151.00

28/03/2014

29/03/2014

1

2013/2014

Mabuela Terrence

Jnb/Lhr Acc/Jnb

 R     30 815.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Staniland Hilton Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Lhr

 R   112 645.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Dikgang Butanejacob Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Acc/Jnb

 R     57 355.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Staniland Hilton Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Lhr

 R   112 645.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Rikhotso Tiyani Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

 R     44 079.00

05/04/2014

11/04/2014

6

2013/2014

Rikhotso Tiyani Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

 R     44 079.00

05/04/2014

11/04/2014

6

2013/2014

Ralephenya Metsejames

Jnb/Lhr Acc/Jnb

 R     30 815.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Staniland Hilton Mr

Lhr/Jnb/Lhr

 R -112 645.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

-8

2013/2014

Mabena Nkosinathi Mr

Prg/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -30 151.00

28/03/2014

29/03/2014

-1

2013/2014

Rikhotso Tiyani Mr

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

 R    -44 079.00

05/04/2014

11/04/2014

-6

2013/2014

Mabuela Terrence

Lhr/Acc

 R     29 713.00

05/04/2014

05/04/2014

1

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2013/2014

Ralephenya Metsejames

Lhr/Acc

 R     29 713.00

05/04/2014

05/04/2014

1

2014/2015

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

Jnb/Fra/Gva/Fra/Jnb

 R     30 351.00

06/04/2014

13/04/2014

7

2014/2015

Khumalo Pamela

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

 R     49 705.00

06/04/2014

11/04/2014

5

2014/2015

Seko Margaret Ms

Jnb/Jfk/Jnb

 R     43 955.00

06/04/2014

11/04/2014

5

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Fra/Gdn/Waw/Fra

 R     96 677.00

11/03/2014

15/03/2014

4

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Fra/Jnb

 R                    -  

15/03/2014

16/03/2014

1

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Fra/Gdn/Waw/Fra

 R    -96 677.00

11/03/2014

15/03/2014

-4

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Fra/Jnb

 R                    -  

15/03/2014

16/03/2014

-1

2014/2015

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     24 057.00

07/04/2014

13/04/2014

6

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyani Mr

Jfk/Jnb

 R     14 979.00

10/04/2014

11/04/2014

1

2014/2015

Maphelela Lehlohonolobernard Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     24 699.00

26/04/2014

04/05/2014

8

2014/2015

Mbeki Pumlani Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     24 726.00

26/04/2014

03/05/2014

7

2014/2015

Masombuka Adam Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     24 726.00

26/04/2014

03/05/2014

7

2014/2015

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     24 057.00

07/04/2014

13/04/2014

6

2014/2015

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R    -24 057.00

07/04/2014

13/04/2014

-6

2014/2015

Masombuka Adam Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     24 726.00

26/04/2014

03/05/2014

7

2014/2015

Masombuka Adam Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -24 726.00

26/04/2014

03/05/2014

-7

2014/2015

Mdluli Lettielebogang

Jnb/Bzv

 R       9 506.00

12/04/2014

12/04/2014

1

2014/2015

Mdluli Lettielebogang

Kgl/Jnb

 R     13 737.00

17/04/2014

17/04/2014

1

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentinemokgadi

Jnb/Bzv Kgl/Jnb

 R     27 023.00

12/04/2014

17/04/2014

5

2014/2015

Fikizolo Lisolomzi

Jnb/Bzv Kgl/Jnb

 R     14 443.00

12/04/2014

17/04/2014

5

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentinemokgadi

Bzv/Kgl

 R     13 417.00

17/04/2014

17/04/2014

1

2014/2015

Fikizolo Lisolomzi

Bzv/Kgl

 R     22 989.00

17/04/2014

17/04/2014

1

2014/2015

Mdluli Lettielebogang

Bzv/Kgl

 R     22 989.00

17/04/2014

17/04/2014

1

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwanielon Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 973.00

22/04/2014

25/04/2014

3

2014/2015

Rikhotso Owen Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 973.00

22/04/2014

25/04/2014

3

2014/2015

Lehloo Ntaoleng

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     16 396.00

04/05/2014

09/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Sikhudo Moeketsi

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     16 396.00

04/05/2014

09/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Chikambvi Allen Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     16 396.00

04/05/2014

09/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Nkosi Vusi

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     22 356.00

12/05/2014

25/05/2014

13

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipoaurellia

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     22 356.00

12/05/2014

25/05/2014

13

2014/2015

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R     14 586.00

19/05/2014

22/05/2014

3

2014/2015

Mkhwebane Bafanavictor

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R    -46 504.00

18/05/2014

22/05/2014

-4

2014/2015

Mkhwebane Bafanavictor

Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

22/05/2014

23/05/2014

-1

2014/2015

Manamela Lesibacharles

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R    -46 504.00

18/05/2014

22/05/2014

-4

2014/2015

Manamela Lesibacharles

Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

22/05/2014

23/05/2014

-1

2014/2015

Madikizela Lusanda

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R     46 504.00

18/05/2014

22/05/2014

4

2014/2015

Madikizela Lusanda

Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

22/05/2014

23/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Mkhwebane Bafanavictor

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R     46 504.00

18/05/2014

22/05/2014

4

2014/2015

Mkhwebane Bafanavictor

Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

22/05/2014

23/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Mathebula Happyemmanuel Mr

Jnb/Fra/Lej/Fra/Jnb

 R     24 596.00

17/05/2014

22/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Manamela Lesibacharles

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R     46 504.00

18/05/2014

22/05/2014

4

2014/2015

Manamela Lesibacharles

Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

22/05/2014

23/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Mufamadi Tshililonorman

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R     46 504.00

18/05/2014

22/05/2014

4

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Mufamadi Tshililonorman

Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

22/05/2014

23/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Kubeka Nozipho Ms

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R     46 504.00

18/05/2014

22/05/2014

4

2014/2015

Kubeka Nozipho Ms

Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

22/05/2014

23/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Mkhwebane Bafanavictor

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R     46 504.00

18/05/2014

22/05/2014

4

2014/2015

Mkhwebane Bafanavictor

Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

22/05/2014

23/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Manamela Lesibacharles

Jnb/Gru/Bsb/For/Gru

 R     46 504.00

18/05/2014

22/05/2014

4

2014/2015

Manamela Lesibacharles

Gru/Jnb

 R                    -  

22/05/2014

23/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Jnb/Gru/Jnb

 R     61 210.00

18/05/2014

23/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Sebesho Peggy Ms

Jnb/Ams/Jnb

 R    -69 253.00

21/09/2013

28/09/2013

-7

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

 R    -55 930.00

04/12/2013

07/12/2013

-3

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

 R           285.00

04/12/2013

07/12/2013

-3

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

 R    -61 620.00

04/12/2013

07/12/2013

-3

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

 R           285.00

04/12/2013

07/12/2013

-3

2014/2015

Bezuidenhoudt Garrith Mr

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

 R    -55 930.00

04/12/2013

07/12/2013

-3

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Muc/Jnb

 R           285.00

04/12/2013

07/12/2013

-3

2014/2015

Modiba Patrick Mr

Jnb/Ams/Jnb

 R    -69 253.00

21/09/2013

28/09/2013

-7

2014/2015

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

Jnb/Fra/Gva/Fra/Jnb

 R    -30 351.00

06/04/2014

13/04/2014

-7

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Fra/Gva/Fra/Jnb

 R           285.00

06/04/2014

13/04/2014

-7

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwanielon

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     50 336.00

26/05/2014

01/06/2014

6

2014/2015

Sebesho Peggy

Jnb/Sin/Dps/Sin/Jnb

 R     17 310.00

14/06/2014

27/06/2014

13

2014/2015

Modiba Patrick

Jnb/Sin/Dps/Sin/Jnb

 R     17 310.00

14/06/2014

27/06/2014

13

2014/2015

Grey Nontozanele

Jnb/Dxb/Abj/Dxb/Jnb

 R     12 731.00

02/06/2014

07/06/2014

5

2014/2015

Tshangana Bavuyise

Jnb/Dxb/Abj/Dxb/Jnb

 R     12 731.00

02/06/2014

07/06/2014

5

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       4 833.00

05/05/2014

06/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Peege Tshepo Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       4 833.00

05/05/2014

06/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Peege Mankopanedanieltshepo

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     20 896.00

25/05/2014

29/05/2014

4

2014/2015

Modiba Patrick

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R       4 871.00

21/05/2014

24/05/2014

3

2014/2015

Sebesho Peggy

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R       4 871.00

21/05/2014

23/05/2014

2

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Nbo/Fih/Nbo/Jnb

 R      -3 601.00

27/10/2013

31/10/2013

-4

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Nbo/Fih/Nbo/Jnb

 R           570.00

27/10/2013

31/10/2013

-4

2014/2015

Seko Margret Ms

Jnb/Acc/Jnb

 R    -16 365.00

21/11/2013

01/12/2013

-10

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Acc/Jnb

 R           285.00

21/11/2013

01/12/2013

-10

2014/2015

Mokonyama Mathabatha Mr

Fih/Jnb

 R      -6 695.00

30/10/2013

30/10/2013

-1

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Fih/Jnb

 R           285.00

30/10/2013

30/10/2013

-1

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R           285.00

22/04/2014

25/04/2014

-3

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwanielon Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R      -5 973.00

22/04/2014

25/04/2014

-3

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R           285.00

22/04/2014

25/04/2014

-3

2014/2015

Rikhotso Owen Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R      -5 973.00

22/04/2014

25/04/2014

-3

2014/2015

Khutsoane Bopang Ms

Jnb/Muc/Cgn/Muc/Jnb

 R     23 743.00

03/06/2014

14/06/2014

11

2014/2015

Tshangana Bavuyise

Jnb/Dxb/Abj/Dxb/Jnb

 R    -12 731.00

02/06/2014

07/06/2014

-5

2014/2015

Airline Cxd Fee

Jnb/Dxb/Abj/Dxb/Jnb

 R           855.00

02/06/2014

07/06/2014

-5

2014/2015

Grey Nontozanele

Jnb/Dxb/Abj/Dxb/Jnb

 R    -12 731.00

02/06/2014

07/06/2014

-5

2014/2015

Airline Cxd Fee

Jnb/Dxb/Abj/Dxb/Jnb

 R           855.00

02/06/2014

07/06/2014

-5

2014/2015

Dikgang Jacob

Jnb/Muc/Cgn/Muc/Jnb

 R     73 016.00

04/06/2014

14/06/2014

10

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Maphelela Lehlohonolobernard

Jnb/Fra/Trn/Fra/Jnb

 R     25 094.00

14/06/2014

22/06/2014

8

2014/2015

Pillay Yolande

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     24 825.00

28/06/2014

06/07/2014

8

2014/2015

Modiba Patrick

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     24 825.00

28/06/2014

06/07/2014

8

2014/2015

Motsisi Pleasuremagdeline

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R    -24 036.00

24/06/2014

04/07/2014

-10

2014/2015

Mashava Rirhandzusharon

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     24 036.00

24/06/2014

04/07/2014

10

2014/2015

Motsisi Pleasuremagdeline

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     24 036.00

24/06/2014

04/07/2014

10

2014/2015

Motsisi Pleasuremagdeline

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     24 036.00

24/06/2014

04/07/2014

10

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     22 360.00

14/06/2014

22/06/2014

8

2014/2015

Dikgang Jacobbutane

Jnb/Fra/Gva/Fra/Jnb

 R     70 404.00

25/06/2014

04/07/2014

9

2014/2015

Ramaema Mpatliseng Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     22 360.00

14/06/2014

22/06/2014

8

2014/2015

Tshangana Bavuyise Mr

Jnb/Cai/Abv/Cai/Jnb

 R     28 802.00

02/06/2014

07/06/2014

5

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Wdh/Jnb

 R       5 871.00

09/06/2014

14/06/2014

5

2014/2015

Sim Kenton

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     18 489.00

15/06/2014

19/06/2014

4

2014/2015

Lekalakala Leratoamanda

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     18 489.00

15/06/2014

19/06/2014

4

2014/2015

Serero Glenda Ms

Jnb/Hre/Jnb

 R       7 777.00

18/06/2014

21/06/2014

3

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     59 561.00

29/06/2014

05/07/2014

6

2014/2015

Peege Mankopanedanieltshepo Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     21 035.00

29/06/2014

05/07/2014

6

2014/2015

Naidoo Karen Mrs

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     21 035.00

29/06/2014

05/07/2014

6

2014/2015

Raphala Tshovhonala

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R      -4 915.00

19/06/2014

19/06/2014

-1

2014/2015

Hlabisa Christopher

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R      -4 915.00

19/06/2014

19/06/2014

-1

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R       4 915.00

19/06/2014

19/06/2014

1

2014/2015

Raphala Tshovhonala

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R       4 915.00

19/06/2014

19/06/2014

1

2014/2015

Hlabisa Christopher

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R       4 915.00

19/06/2014

19/06/2014

1

2014/2015

Raphala Tshovhonala

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R       4 915.00

19/06/2014

19/06/2014

1

2014/2015

Hlabisa Christopher

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R       4 915.00

19/06/2014

19/06/2014

1

2014/2015

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R       4 915.00

19/06/2014

19/06/2014

1

2014/2015

Prins Janine Ms

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R     21 051.00

21/06/2014

27/06/2014

6

2014/2015

Molekane Tankiso Mr

Jnb/Msu/Jnb

 R       4 915.00

19/06/2014

19/06/2014

1

2014/2015

Makhado Rendani

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     25 843.00

05/07/2014

11/07/2014

6

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Jnb/Iad/Ord/Jfk/Jnb

 R   101 678.00

26/07/2014

05/08/2014

10

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

Jnb/Muc/Ord

 R     61 576.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

1

2014/2015

Maluleke Mkhacanigodfrey

Jnb/Jfk/Ord/Jfk/Jnb

 R     58 272.00

28/07/2014

03/08/2014

6

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

Jnb/Jfk/Ord/Iad/Jfk

 R   101 428.00

28/07/2014

06/08/2014

9

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

Jfk/Jnb

 R                    -  

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

1

2014/2015

Peege Mankopanedaniel

Jnb/Jfk/Ord/Jfk/Jnb

 R   101 678.00

28/07/2014

07/08/2014

10

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

Jnb/Jfk/Ord/Iad/Jfk

 R   101 428.00

28/07/2014

06/08/2014

9

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

Jfk/Jnb

 R                    -  

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

1

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

Jnb/Jfk/Ord/Iad/Jfk

 R -101 428.00

28/07/2014

06/08/2014

-9

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

Jfk/Jnb

 R                    -  

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

-1

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani Ms

Iad/Jnb

 R     47 050.00

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

1

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Iad/Jnb

 R     47 050.00

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

1

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani Ms

Jnb/Muc/Ord/Iad

 R     60 386.00

28/07/2014

02/08/2014

5

2014/2015

Molekane Tankiso Mr

Jnb/Muc/Ord/Muc/Jnb

 R     73 857.00

28/07/2014

04/08/2014

7

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Muc/Ord/Iad

 R     60 386.00

28/07/2014

02/08/2014

5

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Sebesho Peggy

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 987.00

07/07/2014

10/07/2014

3

2014/2015

Msomi Princessnokuthula

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 987.00

07/07/2014

10/07/2014

3

2014/2015

Msomi Princessnokuthula

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 987.00

07/07/2014

10/07/2014

3

2014/2015

Msomi Princessnokuthula

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R      -5 987.00

07/07/2014

10/07/2014

-3

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani

Jnb/Muc

 R     73 857.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

1

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani

Jnb/Muc

 R    -73 857.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

-1

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani

Jnb/Muc

 R    -73 857.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

-1

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani

Jnb/Muc

 R     73 857.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

1

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani

Jnb/Muc

 R     73 857.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

1

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani

Jnb/Muc

 R     73 857.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

1

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani

Jnb/Muc

 R    -73 857.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

-1

2014/2015

Airline Cxd Fee

Jnb/Muc

 R       3 520.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

-1

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani

Jnb/Muc

 R    -73 857.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

-1

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Muc/Ord/Muc/Jnb

 R     73 857.00

28/07/2014

04/08/2014

7

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Muc/Ord/Muc/Jnb

 R    -73 857.00

28/07/2014

04/08/2014

-7

2014/2015

Airline Cxd Fee

Jnb/Muc/Ord/Muc/Jnb

 R       3 520.00

28/07/2014

04/08/2014

-7

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Iad/Jnb

 R   101 540.00

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

1

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

Jnb/Muc/Ord

 R    -61 576.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

-1

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Muc/Ord

 R           285.00

28/07/2014

29/07/2014

-1

2014/2015

Peege Mankopane Daniel

Ord/Iad/Jnb

 R   104 960.00

02/08/2014

03/08/2014

1

2014/2015

Sebesho Peggy

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       5 987.00

07/07/2014

10/07/2014

3

2014/2015

Sebesho Peggy

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R      -5 987.00

07/07/2014

10/07/2014

-3

2014/2015

Duma Sabelo

Nbo/Kis/Nbo

 R       3 030.00

14/08/2014

17/08/2014

3

2014/2015

Omar Yusuf Mr

Fih/Fbm

 R      -7 103.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

-1

2014/2015

Airline Cxd Fee

Fih/Fbm

 R       1 242.60

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

-1

2014/2015

Omar Yusuf Mr

Fbm/Jnb

 R      -9 833.00

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

-1

2014/2015

Airline Cxd Fee

Fbm/Jnb

 R       1 858.20

31/10/2013

31/10/2013

-1

2014/2015

Mogotsi Segodi

Jnb/Wdh/Jnb

 R       5 871.00

17/08/2014

19/08/2014

2

2014/2015

Motsisi Pleasuremagdeline

Jnb/Wdh/Jnb

 R       5 871.00

17/08/2014

19/08/2014

2

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R    -59 561.00

29/06/2014

05/07/2014

-6

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Dkr/Jnb

 R           285.00

29/06/2014

05/07/2014

-6

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwani

Jnb/Nbo/Jub/Nbo/Jnb

 R     25 645.00

27/08/2014

30/08/2014

3

2014/2015

Makhale Nomvulabella

Jnb/Nbo/Jub/Nbo/Jnb

 R     25 645.00

27/08/2014

30/08/2014

3

2014/2015

Makhoba Vincent

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     22 457.00

13/09/2014

21/09/2014

8

2014/2015

Modiba Patrick

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     22 457.00

13/09/2014

21/09/2014

8

2014/2015

Magakgala Bankanematsima

Prg/Fra/Jnb

 R     43 288.00

06/09/2014

07/09/2014

1

2014/2015

Masindi Tshimangadzo

Prg/Fra/Jnb/Muc/Prg

 R     85 620.00

06/09/2014

16/01/2015

132

2014/2015

Tshabalala Zandile Mr

Prg/Fra/Jnb/Muc/Prg

 R     85 620.00

06/09/2014

16/01/2015

132

2014/2015

Skosana Christinahmoedisi

Jnb/Doh/Auh/Doh/Jnb

 R     14 336.00

12/09/2014

19/09/2014

7

2014/2015

Lekalakala Leratoamanda Ms

Jnb/Sin/Dps/Sin/Jnb

 R     17 480.00

13/09/2014

21/09/2014

8

2014/2015

Sim Kenton

Jnb/Sin/Dps/Sin/Jnb

 R     17 480.00

13/09/2014

21/09/2014

8

2014/2015

Monyane Matebello

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     24 833.00

20/09/2014

28/09/2014

8

2014/2015

Serero Glendamasabata

Waw/Hel

 R       9 435.00

22/09/2014

22/09/2014

1

2014/2015

Serero Glendamasabata

Bru/Gva/Waw

 R     18 805.00

19/09/2014

21/09/2014

2

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Serero Glendamasabata

Jnb/Ams/Jnb

 R   103 148.00

13/09/2014

25/09/2014

12

2014/2015

Serero Glendamasabata

Ams/Bru Hel/Ams

 R     17 555.00

16/09/2014

25/09/2014

9

2014/2015

Ngcamu Mvikelithulanihamlet

Jnb/Syd/Jnb

 R    -21 051.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

-9

2014/2015

Ngcamu Mvikelithulanihamlet

Jnb/Syd/Jnb

 R     21 051.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Mlotsa Mancobahenry

Jnb/Syd/Jnb

 R     21 051.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Ngcamu Mvikelithulanihamlet

Jnb/Syd/Jnb

 R     21 051.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Sikhudo Matthewsmoeketsi

Jnb/Syd/Jnb

 R     21 051.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Nong Ledileelizabeth

Jnb/Syd/Jnb

 R     21 051.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Makgeta Maleselathomas

Jnb/Syd/Jnb

 R     21 051.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Duma Sabelo

Jnb/Atl/Lga/Atl/Jnb

 R     42 329.00

15/09/2014

20/09/2014

5

2014/2015

Monyane Matebello

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -24 833.00

20/09/2014

28/09/2014

-8

2014/2015

Monyane Matebello

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     24 833.00

20/09/2014

28/09/2014

8

2014/2015

Bierman Johannfrederich Mr

Mex/Tij/Mex/Yyz/Yow

 R     27 304.00

22/09/2014

24/09/2014

2

2014/2015

Bierman Johannfrederich Mr

Yow/Yul

 R                    -  

27/09/2014

27/09/2014

1

2014/2015

Bierman Johannfrederich Mr

Jnb/Gru/Mex Yul/Cdg

 R   110 839.00

20/09/2014

30/09/2014

10

2014/2015

Bierman Johannfrederich Mr

Cdg/Jnb

 R                    -  

30/09/2014

01/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Peege Mankopanedanieltshepo

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     44 209.00

01/10/2014

31/10/2014

30

2014/2015

Makhale Nomvulabella

Jnb/Lbv/Jnb

 R     18 877.00

02/09/2014

06/09/2014

4

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwani

Jnb/Lbv/Jnb

 R     18 877.00

02/09/2014

06/09/2014

4

2014/2015

Mntonintshi Unathi

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     10 230.00

30/10/2014

02/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Sipeka Ntsikelelo

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     10 230.00

30/10/2014

02/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwani

Jnb/Lbv/Jnb

 R     18 877.00

02/09/2014

06/09/2014

4

2014/2015

Mashala Nokoemmanueljackson

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     10 230.00

30/10/2014

02/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwani

Jnb/Lbv/Jnb

 R    -18 877.00

02/09/2014

06/09/2014

-4

2014/2015

Prins Janine

Jnb/Lvi/Jnb

 R       7 613.00

06/10/2014

11/10/2014

5

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani Ms

Iad/Jnb

 R     47 050.00

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

1

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Iad/Jnb

 R     47 050.00

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

1

2014/2015

Makamo Welcome

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     44 086.00

19/10/2014

25/10/2014

6

2014/2015

Chiumya James

Jnb/Ams/Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     44 086.00

19/10/2014

25/10/2014

6

2014/2015

Mulangaphuma Lavhelesani Ms

Iad/Jnb

 R    -47 050.00

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

-1

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Iad/Jnb

 R    -47 050.00

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

-1

2014/2015

Chiumya James Mr

Jnb/Sin/Jnb

 R     17 583.00

11/10/2014

17/10/2014

6

2014/2015

Modiba Ernest Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Yul/Lhr/Jnb

 R     33 262.00

25/10/2014

02/11/2014

8

2014/2015

Pillay Yolande Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Yul/Lhr/Jnb

 R     33 262.00

25/10/2014

02/11/2014

8

2014/2015

Mashava Rirhanzu

Jnb/Zrh/Txl/Zrh/Jnb

 R     29 399.00

11/10/2014

19/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     26 889.00

11/10/2014

19/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Mutshinyafulo Mulaloportia

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     26 889.00

11/10/2014

19/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Ralephenya Metsejames

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Cdg/Jnb

 R     28 654.00

13/10/2014

19/10/2014

6

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Lhr/Jnb

 R     26 246.00

13/10/2014

20/10/2014

7

2014/2015

Makaepea Ngwakowilson

Jnb/Fra/Txl/Fra/Jnb

 R     26 712.00

11/10/2014

19/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Peege Mankopanedanieltshepo

Yul/Ams/Jnb

 R     19 063.00

30/10/2014

31/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Sin/Icn/Sin/Jnb

 R     64 884.00

14/10/2014

22/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Mbeki Pumlani

Jnb/Sin/Icn/Sin/Jnb

 R     64 884.00

15/10/2014

22/10/2014

7

2014/2015

Maluleke Mkhacanigodfrey Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Svo/Dxb

 R     71 764.00

18/10/2014

27/10/2014

9

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Maluleke Mkhacanigodfrey Mr

Dxb/Jnb

 R                    -  

27/10/2014

27/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     18 492.00

19/10/2014

20/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Maluleke Mkhacanigodfrey Mr

Pek/Svo/Dxb/Jnb

 R                    -  

23/10/2014

27/10/2014

4

2014/2015

Kodisang Matshenyanebrian Mr

Lax/Atl/Jnb

 R     42 332.00

01/11/2014

02/11/2014

1

2014/2015

Kodisang Matshenyanebrian Mr

Jnb/Iad/Lax

 R     41 626.00

25/10/2014

28/10/2014

3

2014/2015

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Lax/Atl/Jnb

 R     42 332.00

01/11/2014

02/11/2014

1

2014/2015

Ralephenya Metsejames Mr

Lax/Atl/Jnb

 R     42 332.00

01/11/2014

02/11/2014

1

2014/2015

Maluleke Mkhacanigodfrey Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Svo/Dxb

 R     71 764.00

18/10/2014

27/10/2014

9

2014/2015

Maluleke Mkhacanigodfrey Mr

Dxb/Jnb

 R                    -  

27/10/2014

27/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Maluleke Mkhacanigodfrey Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Pek/Svo/Dxb

 R    -71 764.00

18/10/2014

27/10/2014

-9

2014/2015

Maluleke Mkhacanigodfrey Mr

Dxb/Jnb

 R                    -  

27/10/2014

27/10/2014

-1

2014/2015

Kodisang Matshenyanebrian Mr

Jnb/Iad/Lax

 R    -41 626.00

25/10/2014

28/10/2014

-3

2014/2015

Kodisang Matshenyanebrian Mr

Jnb/Iad/Lax

 R     41 626.00

25/10/2014

28/10/2014

3

2014/2015

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Jnb/Iad/Lax

 R     41 626.00

25/10/2014

28/10/2014

3

2014/2015

Mohan Prasanth Mr

Jnb/Iad/Jnb

 R     55 807.39

01/11/2014

07/11/2014

6

2014/2015

Ralephenya Metsejames Mr

Jnb/Iad/Lax

 R     41 626.00

25/10/2014

28/10/2014

3

2014/2015

Mbeki Pumlani

Jnb/Sin/Icn/Sin/Jnb

 R    -64 884.00

15/10/2014

22/10/2014

-7

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Sin/Icn/Sin/Jnb

 R    -64 884.00

14/10/2014

22/10/2014

-8

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Sin/Icn/Sin/Jnb

 R     64 884.00

14/10/2014

22/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Mbeki Pumlani

Jnb/Sin/Icn/Sin/Jnb

 R     64 884.00

15/10/2014

22/10/2014

7

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Lhr/Jnb

 R       5 720.00

13/10/2014

20/10/2014

7

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Arn/Mmx/Arn/Lhr/Jnb

 R     43 380.00

31/10/2014

10/11/2014

10

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Arn/Mmx/Arn/Lhr/Jnb

 R     44 682.00

31/10/2014

10/11/2014

10

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Fra/Arn

 R     39 301.00

30/10/2014

31/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Mogotsi Segodi Mr

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       6 691.00

28/10/2014

31/10/2014

3

2014/2015

Nong Ledileelizabeth Ms

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R      -6 643.00

28/10/2014

31/10/2014

-3

2014/2015

Nong Ledileelizabeth Ms

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       6 643.00

28/10/2014

31/10/2014

3

2014/2015

Nong Ledileelizabeth Ms

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       6 643.00

28/10/2014

31/10/2014

3

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     26 689.00

29/10/2014

01/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     26 689.00

29/10/2014

01/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Mabasa Patience

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     19 199.00

26/10/2014

05/11/2014

10

2014/2015

Makamo Welcome Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     19 199.00

26/10/2014

05/11/2014

10

2014/2015

Seko Margret Ms

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     11 530.00

28/10/2014

02/11/2014

5

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     26 687.00

29/10/2014

01/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Seko Margret Ms

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R    -11 530.00

28/10/2014

02/11/2014

-5

2014/2015

Makamo Welcome Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R    -19 199.00

26/10/2014

05/11/2014

-10

2014/2015

Mabasa Patience

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R    -19 199.00

26/10/2014

05/11/2014

-10

2014/2015

Seko Margret Ms

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     11 530.00

28/10/2014

02/11/2014

5

2014/2015

Makamo Welcome Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     19 199.00

26/10/2014

05/11/2014

10

2014/2015

Mabasa Patience

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     19 199.00

26/10/2014

05/11/2014

10

2014/2015

Nong Ledileelizabeth Ms

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R      -6 643.00

28/10/2014

31/10/2014

-3

2014/2015

Nong Ledileelizabeth Ms

Jnb/Mpm/Jnb

 R       6 643.00

28/10/2014

31/10/2014

3

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Arn/Mmx/Arn/Lhr/Jnb

 R     43 380.00

31/10/2014

10/11/2014

10

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Arn/Mmx/Arn/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -43 380.00

31/10/2014

10/11/2014

-10

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Fra/Arn

 R    -39 301.00

30/10/2014

31/10/2014

-1

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Jnb/Fra/Arn

 R     39 301.00

30/10/2014

31/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Mmx/Arn/Lhr/Jnb

 R     85 751.00

06/11/2014

08/11/2014

2

2014/2015

Ralephenya Metsejames Mr

Jnb/Muc/Goa/Muc/Jnb

 R     26 835.39

16/11/2014

30/11/2014

14

2014/2015

Ramaru Tokyochuene Mr

Jnb/Muc/Goa/Muc/Jnb

 R     26 835.39

16/11/2014

30/11/2014

14

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R       2 322.88

19/10/2014

20/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Muc/Ord/Iad

 R       7 595.00

28/07/2014

02/08/2014

5

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

 R     43 661.39

17/11/2014

19/11/2014

2

2014/2015

Tenza Themba Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gru/Jnb

 R     83 372.39

26/11/2014

14/12/2014

18

2014/2015

Khutsoane Bopang Ms

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gru/Jnb

 R     83 372.39

26/11/2014

14/12/2014

18

2014/2015

Dikgang Jacob Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gru/Jnb

 R     83 372.39

26/11/2014

14/12/2014

18

2014/2015

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Tao/Pek/Pvg

 R     89 492.39

29/11/2014

06/12/2014

7

2014/2015

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Pvg/Hkg/Jnb

 R                    -  

08/12/2014

09/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Nkontwana Thembalethu Mr

Jnb/Gru/Lim/Gru/Jnb

 R     33 728.00

26/11/2014

14/12/2014

18

2014/2015

Mathibe Keitumetse Ms

Jnb/Hkg/Tao/Pek/Pvg

 R     89 492.39

29/11/2014

06/12/2014

7

2014/2015

Mathibe Keitumetse Ms

Pvg/Hkg/Jnb

 R                    -  

08/12/2014

09/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Hkg/Tao/Pek/Pvg

 R     89 492.39

29/11/2014

06/12/2014

7

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Pvg/Hkg/Jnb

 R                    -  

08/12/2014

09/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Hkg/Tao/Pek/Pvg

 R     89 492.39

29/11/2014

06/12/2014

7

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Pvg/Hkg/Jnb

 R                    -  

08/12/2014

09/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Mathebula Happyemmanuel Mr

Jnb/Muc/Gva/Muc/Jnb

 R     22 624.39

30/11/2014

11/12/2014

11

2014/2015

Mdluli Lebogang Ms

Jnb/Pek/Tao/Pek/Pvg

 R     51 316.39

28/11/2014

05/12/2014

7

2014/2015

Mdluli Lebogang Ms

Pvg/Hkg/Jnb

 R                    -  

08/12/2014

09/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Mbeki Pumlani Mr

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     26 727.39

29/11/2014

07/12/2014

8

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego Ms

Jnb/Lhr/Jnb

 R     26 727.39

29/11/2014

07/12/2014

8

2014/2015

Motsisi Pleasure Ms

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     22 868.39

29/11/2014

11/12/2014

12

2014/2015

Shivambu Rhulanicaiphus Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     22 868.39

29/11/2014

11/12/2014

12

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R     26 687.00

29/10/2014

01/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R    -26 687.00

29/10/2014

01/11/2014

-3

2014/2015

Mohan Prasanth Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 532.39

09/11/2014

13/11/2014

4

2014/2015

Ravele Phophi

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 532.39

09/11/2014

13/11/2014

4

2014/2015

Kodisang Brian Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 532.39

16/11/2014

21/11/2014

5

2014/2015

Rikhotso Owen Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 532.39

16/11/2014

21/11/2014

5

2014/2015

Mogotsi Segodi Mr

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 532.39

17/11/2014

20/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Makamo Welcome Mr

Jnb/Nbo/Jnb

 R     17 165.39

16/11/2014

22/11/2014

6

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 100.39

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

2

2014/2015

Sangqu Bukiwe Ms

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 100.39

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

2

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 100.39

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

2

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R      -5 100.39

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

-2

2014/2015

Sangqu Bukiwe Ms

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R      -5 100.39

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

-2

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R      -5 100.39

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

-2

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 100.39

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

2

2014/2015

Sangqu Bukiwe Ms

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 100.39

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

2

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Gbe/Jnb

 R       5 100.39

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

2

 

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

ROUTE DETAILS

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

Jnb/Auh/Jnb

 R    -43 661.39

17/11/2014

19/11/2014

-2

2014/2015

Motsisi Pleasure Ms

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R    -22 868.39

29/11/2014

11/12/2014

-12

2014/2015

Shivambu Rhulanicaiphus Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R    -22 868.39

29/11/2014

11/12/2014

-12

2014/2015

Ralephenya Metsejames Mr

Jnb/Muc/Goa/Muc/Jnb

 R    -26 835.39

16/11/2014

30/11/2014

-14

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Muc/Goa/Muc/Jnb

 R           285.00

16/11/2014

30/11/2014

-14

2014/2015

Ramaru Tokyochuene Mr

Jnb/Muc/Goa/Muc/Jnb

 R    -26 835.39

16/11/2014

30/11/2014

-14

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Muc/Goa/Muc/Jnb

 R           285.00

16/11/2014

30/11/2014

-14

2014/2015

Motsisi Pleasure Ms

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     22 868.39

29/11/2014

11/12/2014

12

2014/2015

Shivambu Rhulanicaiphus Mr

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     22 868.39

29/11/2014

11/12/2014

12

2014/2015

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Pek/Dxb/Jnb

 R     60 152.00

06/12/2014

06/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R    -18 492.00

19/10/2014

20/10/2014

-1

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R    -18 228.00

19/10/2014

20/10/2014

-1

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R         -264.00

19/10/2014

20/10/2014

-1

2014/2015

Serero Glendamasabata

Bru/Gva/Waw

 R         -114.00

19/09/2014

21/09/2014

-2

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Pek/Hkg/Jnb

 R     59 967.00

06/12/2014

07/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Mathibe Keitumetse Ms

Pek/Hkg/Jnb

 R     59 967.00

06/12/2014

07/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     18 492.00

19/10/2014

20/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Gva/Zrh/Jnb

 R     18 228.00

19/10/2014

20/10/2014

1

2014/2015

Mdluli Lebogang Ms

Pek/Dxb/Jnb

 R                    -  

07/12/2014

07/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Serero Glendamasabata

Bru/Gva/Waw

 R         -114.00

19/09/2014

21/09/2014

-2

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Pek/Hkg/Jnb

 R     59 967.00

06/12/2014

06/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Mathibe Keitumetse Ms

Pek/Hkg/Jnb

 R     59 967.00

06/12/2014

06/12/2014

1

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Pek/Hkg/Jnb

 R    -59 967.00

06/12/2014

07/12/2014

-1

2014/2015

Mathibe Keitumetse Ms

Pek/Hkg/Jnb

 R    -59 967.00

06/12/2014

07/12/2014

-1

2014/2015

Serero Glendamasabata

Bru/Gva/Waw

 R           114.00

19/09/2014

21/09/2014

2

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -13 521.00

13/10/2014

20/10/2014

-7

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Lhr/Jnb

 R           285.00

13/10/2014

20/10/2014

-7

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentine Ms

Arn/Mmx/Arn/Lhr/Jnb

 R    -83 492.00

31/10/2014

10/11/2014

-10

2014/2015

Kodisang Matshenyanebrian Mr

Lax/Atl/Jnb

 R     42 332.00

01/11/2014

02/11/2014

1

2014/2015

Ralephenya Metsejames Mr

Lax/Atl/Jnb

 R     42 332.00

01/11/2014

02/11/2014

1

2014/2015

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Lax/Atl/Jnb

 R     42 332.00

01/11/2014

02/11/2014

1

2014/2015

Kodisang Matshenyanebrian Mr

Lax/Atl/Jnb

 R    -42 332.00

01/11/2014

02/11/2014

-1

2014/2015

Ralephenya Metsejames Mr

Lax/Atl/Jnb

 R    -42 332.00

01/11/2014

02/11/2014

-1

2014/2015

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo Ms

Lax/Atl/Jnb

 R    -42 332.00

01/11/2014

02/11/2014

-1

2014/2015

Vilana Mawethu Mr

Jnb/Hkg/Tao/Pek/Pvg

 R    -27 046.00

29/11/2014

06/12/2014

-7

2014/2015

Airline Cxd Fee

Jnb/Hkg/Tao/Pek/Pvg

 R           690.00

29/11/2014

06/12/2014

-7

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Muc/Ord/Iad

 R      -7 595.00

28/07/2014

02/08/2014

-5

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R    -26 689.00

29/10/2014

01/11/2014

-3

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R           285.00

29/10/2014

01/11/2014

-3

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego Ms

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R    -26 689.00

29/10/2014

01/11/2014

-3

2014/2015

Airline Admin Fee

Jnb/Mru/Jnb

 R           285.00

29/10/2014

01/11/2014

-3

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego

Jnb/Zrh/Gva/Lhr/Jnb

 R       8 235.00

13/10/2014

20/10/2014

7

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

Iad/Jnb

 R      -2 890.00

06/08/2014

07/08/2014

-1

 

 

Travel Insurance

 

FIN YEAR

Passenger

 Tot Fare 

Tvl Date

Ret Date

Dur (Days)

2012/2013

Maphelela Bernard

 R 5 800.00

25/08/2012

31/05/2013

279

2012/2013

Peege Tshepomankopane

 R    450.00

09/09/2012

18/09/2012

9

2012/2013

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

 R    405.00

09/09/2012

17/09/2012

8

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine

 R    495.00

07/09/2012

17/09/2012

10

2012/2013

Phirwa Mokgobeng Refilwe

 R    405.00

10/09/2012

18/09/2012

8

2012/2013

Manana Khibitswanaruth

 R    405.00

15/09/2012

23/09/2012

8

2012/2013

Gibberd Amandaelizabeth

 R    405.00

15/09/2012

23/09/2012

8

2012/2013

Vilana Mawethu

 R    315.00

14/09/2012

20/09/2012

6

2012/2013

Nkontwana Thembalethuhopewell

 R    270.00

15/09/2012

20/09/2012

5

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwanielon

 R    270.00

15/09/2012

20/09/2012

5

2012/2013

Nobevu Carolinebeauty

 R    225.00

16/09/2012

20/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Dossantosrocha Jacontoferreira

 R    225.00

16/09/2012

20/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Martins Benedictanthonyduke

 R    225.00

16/09/2012

20/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Ralephenya Metsejames

 R    270.00

15/09/2012

20/09/2012

5

2012/2013

Modiba Ernestpatrick

 R    225.00

24/09/2012

28/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Sebesho Peggyditshele

 R    225.00

24/09/2012

28/09/2012

4

2012/2013

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

 R       45.00

09/09/2012

17/09/2012

8

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentine

 R   -495.00

07/09/2012

17/09/2012

-10

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

 R    585.00

13/10/2012

25/10/2012

12

2012/2013

Prins Janinemelony

 R    360.00

14/10/2012

21/10/2012

7

2012/2013

Mlawu James

 R    225.00

26/10/2012

29/10/2012

3

2012/2013

Nkontwana Thembalethu

 R    225.00

26/10/2012

30/10/2012

4

2012/2013

Phirwa Mokgobeng

 R    225.00

26/10/2012

30/10/2012

4

2012/2013

Maswanganye Lerato

 R    360.00

27/10/2012

03/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Peege Tshepo

 R    360.00

27/10/2012

03/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Peege Tshepo

 R    225.00

18/10/2012

22/10/2012

4

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

 R    405.00

03/11/2012

11/11/2012

8

2012/2013

Fakiradutoit Bibihamidasarahjane

 R    270.00

06/11/2012

11/11/2012

5

2012/2013

Vilana Mawethu

 R    360.00

07/11/2012

14/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwanielon

 R    450.00

06/11/2012

15/11/2012

9

2012/2013

Seko Margret

 R    450.00

06/11/2012

15/11/2012

9

2012/2013

Devilliers Jandavid

 R    360.00

07/11/2012

14/11/2012

7

2012/2013

Mboyi Knowledgelwazi

 R    450.00

06/11/2012

15/11/2012

9

2012/2013

Dikgang Butane

 R    765.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Mohlomi Thamsanqa

 R    765.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Khutsoane Bopang

 R    765.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Mawethu Vilana

 R    720.00

23/11/2012

08/12/2012

15

2012/2013

Dikgang Butane

 R    810.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Mohlomi Thamsanqa

 R    810.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Khutsoane Bopang

 R    810.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

16

2012/2013

Dikgang Butane

 R   -765.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

-16

2012/2013

Khutsoane Bopang

 R   -765.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

-16

2012/2013

Mohlomi Thamsanqa

 R   -765.00

21/11/2012

07/12/2012

-16

FIN YEAR

Passenger

 Tot Fare 

Tvl Date

Ret Date

Dur (Days)

2012/2013

Nkontwana Thembalethuhopewell

 R    855.00

21/11/2012

09/12/2012

18

2012/2013

Mokgako Dinah Yvonne Mrs

 R    225.00

26/11/2012

30/11/2012

4

2012/2013

Fakiradutoit Bibihamidasarahjane

 R    315.00

06/11/2012

11/11/2012

5

2012/2013

Msomi Pricess Nokuthula Ms

 R    720.00

17/11/2012

02/12/2012

15

2012/2013

Naidoo Karen Colette Ms

 R    630.00

19/11/2012

02/12/2012

13

2012/2013

Bierman Johann Frederich Mr

 R    630.00

19/11/2012

02/12/2012

13

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

 R    585.00

03/11/2012

11/11/2012

8

2012/2013

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

 R   -405.00

03/11/2012

11/11/2012

-8

2012/2013

Fakiradutoit Bibihamidasarahjane

 R   -270.00

06/11/2012

11/11/2012

-5

2012/2013

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

 R 1 575.00

26/11/2012

 

0

2012/2013

Mogagane Mahlapakarposphillipmr

 R    585.00

01/12/2012

13/12/2012

12

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentinems

 R    720.00

27/11/2012

12/12/2012

15

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentineanthoniamokgadi

 R    225.00

09/12/2012

13/12/2012

4

2012/2013

Magakgala Matsimabankane

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2012

20/12/2013

365

2012/2013

Mabunda Meshackjoseph

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2012

20/12/2013

365

2012/2013

Pasiya Ayanda

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2012

20/12/2013

365

2012/2013

Masindi Tshimangadzo

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2012

20/12/2013

365

2012/2013

Mabena Abednigonkoinathi

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2012

20/12/2013

365

2012/2013

Sihlango Isaailawrance

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2012

20/12/2013

365

2012/2013

Tshabalala Zindile

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2012

20/12/2013

365

2012/2013

Peege Tshepo

 R    270.00

26/01/2013

31/01/2013

5

2012/2013

Mugeri Shumanimelton

 R    585.00

05/02/2013

17/02/2013

12

2012/2013

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo

 R    450.00

22/02/2013

03/03/2013

9

2012/2013

Maeko Vilentineanthoniamokgadi

 R    450.00

22/02/2013

03/03/2013

9

2012/2013

Zwane Carol

 R    270.00

12/03/2013

17/03/2013

5

2012/2013

Khumalo Pamela

 R    270.00

12/03/2013

17/03/2013

5

2012/2013

Ndwamato Vuwanielon

 R    450.00

16/03/2013

25/03/2013

9

2012/2013

Legodi Mabitsikoos

 R    405.00

16/03/2013

24/03/2013

8

2013/2014

James Chiumya

 R    450.00

07/04/2013

16/04/2013

9

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentineanthoniamokgadi

 R    495.00

15/03/2013

25/03/2013

10

2013/2014

Ndiitwani Michael

 R    195.00

21/04/2013

26/04/2013

5

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentineanthoniamokgadi

 R    270.00

26/04/2013

01/05/2013

5

2013/2014

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo

 R    450.00

10/05/2013

19/05/2013

9

2013/2014

Chiumya James

 R    540.00

06/05/2013

17/05/2013

11

2013/2014

Peege Tshepo

 R    450.00

08/05/2013

17/05/2013

9

2013/2014

Bierman Johannfrederich

 R    225.00

13/05/2013

16/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Prins Janinemelony

 R    225.00

13/05/2013

16/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Rikhotso Owen

 R    225.00

22/05/2013

25/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Ndwamato Vuwanielon

 R    225.00

22/05/2013

25/05/2013

3

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentineanthoniamokgadi

 R    405.00

29/05/2013

06/06/2013

8

2013/2014

Devilliers Jandavid

 R    405.00

29/05/2013

06/06/2013

8

2013/2014

Modiba Patrickernest

 R    495.00

11/06/2013

21/06/2013

10

2013/2014

Sebesho Peggy Ditshele

 R    450.00

12/06/2013

21/06/2013

9

2013/2014

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo

 R    585.00

11/06/2013

23/06/2013

12

2013/2014

Nkosi Sadwellvusi Mr

 R    585.00

11/06/2013

23/06/2013

12

FIN YEAR

Passenger

 Tot Fare 

Tvl Date

Ret Date

Dur (Days)

2013/2014

Peege Tshepo

 R    495.00

12/06/2013

22/06/2013

10

2013/2014

Rikhotso Owensungulani

 R 3 500.00

22/06/2013

08/10/2013

108

2013/2014

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo

 R   -135.00

10/05/2013

19/05/2013

-9

2013/2014

Serero Glenda

 R    225.00

26/06/2013

28/06/2013

2

2013/2014

Mogotsi Josephsegodi

 R    225.00

26/06/2013

28/06/2013

2

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentineanthoniamokgadi

 R    225.00

26/06/2013

28/06/2013

2

2013/2014

Chiumya James

 R    360.00

29/06/2013

06/07/2013

7

2013/2014

Mlotsa Henrymancoba

 R    360.00

13/07/2013

20/07/2013

7

2013/2014

Mgcamu Mvikeli

 R    315.00

13/07/2013

19/07/2013

6

2013/2014

Mr Bayanda Mzoneli

 R    450.00

15/06/2013

24/06/2013

9

2013/2014

Mr Benedict Anthony Martins

 R    810.00

15/06/2013

24/06/2013

9

2013/2014

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

 R    585.00

14/07/2013

26/07/2013

12

2013/2014

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo

 R    405.00

13/07/2013

21/07/2013

8

2013/2014

Monyane Matebello

 R    405.00

13/07/2013

21/07/2013

8

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele

 R    225.00

17/07/2013

19/07/2013

2

2013/2014

Ramaema Mpatlisengjacobina

 R    405.00

13/07/2013

21/07/2013

8

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentineanthoniamokgadi

 R    405.00

13/07/2013

21/07/2013

8

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele

 R    405.00

15/06/2013

23/06/2013

8

2013/2014

Mabunda Meshackjoseph

 R    350.00

05/08/2013

06/08/2013

1

2013/2014

Modiba Ernestpatrick

 R    360.00

21/09/2013

28/09/2013

7

2013/2014

Mogotsi Segodi

 R    225.00

31/08/2013

04/09/2013

4

2013/2014

Mthembu Lehlogonolo

 R    225.00

31/08/2013

04/09/2013

4

2013/2014

Sebesho Peggyditshele

 R    360.00

21/09/2013

28/09/2013

7

2013/2014

Mokonyama Mathabatha

 R    450.00

13/09/2013

22/09/2013

9

2013/2014

Peege Tshepo

 R    765.00

21/09/2013

07/10/2013

16

2013/2014

Naidoo Karencolette

 R    765.00

21/09/2013

07/10/2013

16

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele

 R    765.00

21/09/2013

07/10/2013

16

2013/2014

Phirwa Mokgobeng

 R    720.00

21/09/2013

06/10/2013

15

2013/2014

Ndwamato Vuwanielon

 R    675.00

22/09/2013

06/10/2013

14

2013/2014

Bierman Johannfrederich

 R    720.00

22/09/2013

07/10/2013

15

2013/2014

Mabuela Chueuterrencecuthbert

 R    360.00

12/10/2013

19/10/2013

7

2013/2014

Phirwa Mokgobeng

 R   -225.00

21/09/2013

06/10/2013

-15

2013/2014

Motsatsing John Mr

 R    270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

 R    225.00

13/10/2013

17/10/2013

4

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

 R    270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Serero Glenda Ms

 R    270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Vilana Mawethu Mr

 R    270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Mntonintshi Unathi Mr

 R    315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Sipeka Ntsikelelo Mr

 R    315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Sibanda Fungaikhumbulani Mr

 R    315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Msiza Refiloe Ms

 R    315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Motsatsing John Mr

 R    270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Mokgako Yvonne Dinah Mrs

 R    405.00

18/10/2013

26/10/2013

8

2013/2014

Motsatsing John Mr

 R   -270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

-5

2013/2014

Mntonintshi Unathi Mr

 R    315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2013/2014

Msiza Refiloe Ms

 R    315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Sibanda Fungaikhumbulani Mr

 R    315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

 R    225.00

13/10/2013

17/10/2013

4

2013/2014

Serero Glenda Ms

 R    270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

 R    270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Sipeka Ntsikelelo Mr

 R    315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

6

2013/2014

Vilana Mawethu Mr

 R    270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

5

2013/2014

Mntonintshi Unathi Mr

 R   -315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

-6

2013/2014

Sibanda Fungaikhumbulani Mr

 R   -315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

-6

2013/2014

Sipeka Ntsikelelo Mr

 R   -315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

-6

2013/2014

Vilana Mawethu Mr

 R   -270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

-5

2013/2014

Serero Glenda Ms

 R   -270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

-5

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentine Ms

 R   -270.00

13/10/2013

18/10/2013

-5

2013/2014

Peege Tshepomankopane Mr

 R   -225.00

13/10/2013

17/10/2013

-4

2013/2014

Msiza Refiloe Ms

 R   -315.00

21/10/2013

27/10/2013

-6

2013/2014

Chiumya James

 R    450.00

27/10/2013

05/11/2013

9

2013/2014

Bierman Johannfrederich

 R    450.00

26/10/2013

04/11/2013

9

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele

 R    450.00

27/10/2013

05/11/2013

9

2013/2014

Sim Kenton

 R    315.00

01/11/2013

07/11/2013

6

2013/2014

Knontwana Thembalethuhopewell

 R    765.00

08/11/2013

24/11/2013

16

2013/2014

Manana Khibitswanaruth

 R    495.00

08/11/2013

18/11/2013

10

2013/2014

Sebesho Peggyditshele

 R    765.00

07/11/2013

23/11/2013

16

2013/2014

Manynugwana Xoli

 R    765.00

08/11/2013

24/11/2013

16

2013/2014

Seko Margret

 R    405.00

21/11/2013

29/11/2013

8

2013/2014

Thwala Zakhele

 R    270.00

23/11/2013

28/11/2013

5

2013/2014

Fikizolo Lisolomzi

 R    315.00

22/11/2013

28/11/2013

6

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentineanthoniamokgadi

 R    720.00

21/11/2013

06/12/2013

15

2013/2014

Rikhotso Tiyani

 R    630.00

23/11/2013

06/12/2013

13

2013/2014

Vilana Mawethu

 R    405.00

23/11/2013

01/12/2013

8

2013/2014

Sobekwa Aurelianosipo

 R    720.00

21/11/2013

06/12/2013

15

2013/2014

Seko Margret

 R       90.00

21/11/2013

01/12/2013

10

2013/2014

Mogotsi Segodi

 R    225.00

24/11/2013

25/11/2013

1

2013/2014

Malapane Leonard

 R    225.00

24/11/2013

25/11/2013

1

2013/2014

Manana Khibitswanaruth

 R    270.00

18/11/2013

23/11/2013

5

2013/2014

Manynugwana Xoli

 R    765.00

08/11/2013

24/11/2013

16

2013/2014

Manynugwana Xoli

 R   -765.00

08/11/2013

24/11/2013

-16

2013/2014

Magakgala Matsimabankane

 R 2 500.00

20/11/2013

31/08/2014

284

2013/2014

Pasiya Ayanda

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2013

31/08/2014

254

2013/2014

Mabena Abednigonkosinathi

 R 5 250.00

20/12/2013

31/08/2014

254

2013/2014

Sihalngo Isaailawrance

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2013

31/08/2014

254

2013/2014

Masindi Tshimangadzo

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2013

31/08/2014

254

2013/2014

Tshabalala Zandile

 R 2 500.00

20/12/2013

31/08/2014

254

2013/2014

Dikgang Butanejacob

 R    675.00

09/11/2013

24/11/2013

15

2013/2014

Dikgang Butanejacob

 R       45.00

09/11/2013

24/11/2013

15

2013/2014

Ralephenya Metsejames

 R    225.00

16/12/2013

19/12/2013

3

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2013/2014

Mabuela Chueuterrencecuthbert

 R    585.00

11/01/2014

23/01/2014

12

2013/2014

Mokgako Yvonnedinah

 R 5 800.00

02/01/2014

02/12/2014

334

2013/2014

Peege Tshepodanielmankopane

 R    390.00

17/02/2014

22/02/2014

5

2013/2014

Ndwamato Vuwanielon

 R    225.00

07/02/2014

12/02/2014

5

2013/2014

Makgakga Elsiemosima

 R 1 935.00

13/02/2014

01/04/2014

47

2013/2014

Naidoo Karen

 R    280.00

16/02/2014

21/02/2014

5

2013/2014

Mabaso Levers

 R    280.00

16/02/2014

21/02/2014

5

2013/2014

Chiumya James

 R    280.00

16/02/2014

21/02/2014

5

2013/2014

Sadiki Rendani

 R    315.00

23/02/2014

01/03/2014

6

2013/2014

Mabuela Terrence

 R    585.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Staniland Hilton

 R    820.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Dikgang Butanejacob

 R    360.00

29/03/2014

05/04/2014

7

2013/2014

Manyungwana Xolilizweclement

 R    585.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Staniland Hilton

 R    820.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

 R    315.00

05/04/2014

11/04/2014

6

2013/2014

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

 R    315.00

05/04/2014

11/04/2014

6

2013/2014

Ralephenya Metsejames

 R    585.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

8

2013/2014

Msomi Princessnokuthula

 R    455.00

29/03/2014

04/04/2014

6

2013/2014

Chiumya James

 R    945.00

17/03/2014

06/04/2014

20

2013/2014

Maeko Vilentineanthoniamokgadi

 R    390.00

10/03/2014

17/03/2014

7

2013/2014

Modiba Patrickernest

 R    455.00

29/03/2014

04/04/2014

6

2013/2014

Fikizolo Lisolomziassaph

 R    390.00

10/03/2014

17/03/2014

7

2013/2014

Staniland Hilton

 R   -820.00

29/03/2014

06/04/2014

-8

2013/2014

Rikhotso Tiyanirobinsoneuclide

 R   -315.00

05/04/2014

11/04/2014

-6

2014/2015

Maphelela Bernard

 R    405.00

26/04/2014

04/05/2014

8

2014/2015

Bmeki Pumlani

 R    360.00

26/04/2014

03/05/2014

7

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwanielon

 R    225.00

22/04/2014

25/04/2014

3

2014/2015

Masombuka Adam

 R    315.00

26/04/2014

02/05/2014

6

2014/2015

Rikhotso Owen

 R    225.00

22/04/2014

25/04/2014

3

2014/2015

Lehloo Ntaolengmirriam

 R    270.00

04/05/2014

09/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Sikhudo Matthewsmoeketsi

 R    270.00

04/05/2014

09/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Chikambvi Allenrabelani

 R    270.00

04/05/2014

09/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Khumalo Pamela

 R    390.00

06/04/2014

11/04/2014

5

2014/2015

Seko Margaret

 R    390.00

06/04/2014

11/04/2014

5

2014/2015

Fikizolo Lisolomzi

 R    390.00

12/04/2014

17/04/2014

5

2014/2015

Maeko Vilentinemokgadi

 R    390.00

12/04/2014

17/04/2014

5

2014/2015

Mdluli Leboganglettie

 R    390.00

12/04/2014

17/04/2014

5

2014/2015

Masombuka Adam

 R    360.00

26/04/2014

02/05/2014

6

2014/2015

Ramaema Mpatliseng

 R    520.00

06/04/2014

13/04/2014

7

2014/2015

Masombuka Adam

 R   -315.00

26/04/2014

02/05/2014

-6

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele

 R    225.00

05/05/2014

06/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Peege Tshepo

 R    225.00

05/05/2014

06/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Kubeka Nozipho

 R    390.00

18/05/2014

23/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Ndwanato Vuwani Elon

 R    390.00

26/05/2014

31/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Mathebula Happy Mr

 R    325.00

17/05/2014

21/05/2014

4

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Madikizela Lusanda

 R    390.00

18/05/2014

23/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Manamela Charles Lesiba

 R    390.00

18/05/2014

23/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Mokonyama Mathabatha

 R    390.00

18/05/2014

23/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Mufamadi Norman Tshililo Mr

 R    390.00

18/05/2014

23/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Peege Makopane Daniel Tshepo Mr

 R    325.00

12/05/2014

12/05/2014

1

2014/2015

Mnkhwebane Bafana Victor Mr

 R    390.00

18/05/2014

23/05/2014

5

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo Aurellia Ms

 R    845.00

12/05/2014

25/05/2014

13

2014/2015

Nkosi Sadwell Vusi Mr

 R    910.00

12/05/2014

25/05/2014

13

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo Aurellia Ms

 R    845.00

12/05/2014

25/05/2014

13

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo Aurellia Ms

 R   -845.00

12/05/2014

25/05/2014

-13

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo Aurellia Ms

 R   -910.00

12/05/2014

25/05/2014

-13

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo Aurellia Ms

 R    910.00

12/05/2014

25/05/2014

13

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo Aurellia Ms

 R       65.00

12/05/2014

25/05/2014

13

2014/2015

Peege Mankopane Daniel Tshepo Mr

 R    315.00

29/06/2014

05/07/2014

6

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Mr

 R    315.00

29/06/2014

05/07/2014

6

2014/2015

Naidoo Karen Ms

 R    315.00

29/06/2014

05/07/2014

6

2014/2015

Tshangana Bavuyise Mr

 R    325.00

02/06/2014

07/06/2014

5

2014/2015

Tshangana Bavuyise Mr

 R       65.00

02/06/2014

07/06/2014

5

2014/2015

Sebesho Peggy Ms

 R    910.00

14/06/2014

27/06/2014

13

2014/2015

Modiba Patrick Mr

 R    910.00

14/06/2014

27/06/2014

13

2014/2015

Nkontwana Thembalethu Hopewell Mr

 R    845.00

05/06/2014

16/06/2014

11

2014/2015

Nkontwana Thembalethu Hopewell Mr

 R     -65.00

05/06/2014

16/06/2014

11

2014/2015

Bierman Johan Mr

 R    325.00

09/06/2014

11/06/2014

2

2014/2015

Bopang Khutsoane

 R    780.00

03/06/2014

13/06/2014

10

2014/2015

Bopang Khutsoane

 R     -65.00

03/06/2014

13/06/2014

10

2014/2015

Thwala Zakhele Gilbert

 R    325.00

09/06/2014

11/06/2014

2

2014/2015

Motsisi Magdeline Pleassure Ms

 R    715.00

24/06/2014

04/07/2014

10

2014/2015

Dikgang Jacob Mr

 R    650.00

05/06/2014

16/06/2014

11

2014/2015

Dikgang Jacob Mr

 R    195.00

05/06/2014

16/06/2014

11

2014/2015

Dikgang Jacob Mr

 R     -65.00

05/06/2014

16/06/2014

11

2014/2015

Mashava Rirhandzu Sharon Mr

 R    715.00

24/06/2014

04/07/2014

10

2014/2015

Pillay Yolande Ms

 R    585.00

28/06/2014

06/07/2014

8

2014/2015

Modiba Patrick

 R    585.00

28/06/2014

06/07/2014

8

2014/2015

Prins Janine Ms

 R    455.00

21/06/2014

27/06/2014

6

2014/2015

Rikhotso Tiyani Robinson Euclide

 R    715.00

28/07/2014

07/08/2014

10

2014/2015

Setshogoe Katlego Tlharihana

 R    715.00

26/07/2014

05/08/2014

10

2014/2015

Peege Daniel Mankopane

 R    715.00

28/07/2014

07/08/2014

10

2014/2015

Msomi Princess Nokuthula

 R    225.00

07/07/2014

10/07/2014

3

2014/2015

Sebesho Peggy Ditshele

 R    225.00

07/07/2014

10/07/2014

3

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwani

 R    325.00

27/08/2014

30/08/2014

3

2014/2015

Duma Sabelo

 R    270.00

13/08/2014

18/08/2014

5

2014/2015

Makhale Nomvula Bella

 R    325.00

02/09/2014

05/09/2014

3

2014/2015

Ndwamato Vuwani

 R    325.00

02/09/2014

05/09/2014

3

2014/2015

Skosana Christina Moedisi

 R    325.00

12/09/2014

19/09/2014

7

2014/2015

Lekalakala Lerato Amanda

 R    585.00

13/09/2014

21/09/2014

8

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Sim Kenton

 R    585.00

13/09/2014

21/09/2014

8

2014/2015

Mashala Noko Emmanuel Jackson

 R    325.00

30/10/2014

02/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Sipeka Ntsikelelo

 R    325.00

30/10/2014

02/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Mntonintshi Unathi

 R    325.00

30/10/2014

02/11/2014

3

2014/2015

Bierman Johann Frederich

 R    715.00

20/09/2014

30/09/2014

10

2014/2015

Makgeta Malesela Thomas

 R    650.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Duma Sabelo

 R    325.00

15/09/2014

20/09/2014

5

2014/2015

Mvikeli Thulani Hamlet Ngcamu

 R    650.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Mlotsa Mancoba Henry

 R    650.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Sikhudo Matthews Moeketsi

 R    650.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Mabasa Patience

 R    520.00

11/10/2014

17/10/2014

6

2014/2015

Modiba Ernest

 R    585.00

25/10/2014

02/11/2014

8

2014/2015

Chiumya James

 R    390.00

19/10/2014

25/10/2014

6

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipho

 R    585.00

11/10/2014

19/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Mashava Rirhanzu

 R    585.00

11/10/2014

19/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Mutshinyafulo Mulalo Portia

 R    585.00

11/10/2014

19/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Ramaru Tokyo Chuene

 R    390.00

11/10/2014

16/10/2014

5

2014/2015

Serero Glenda Masabata

 R    910.00

13/09/2014

25/09/2014

12

2014/2015

Sadwell Vusi Nkosi

 R    585.00

11/10/2014

19/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Metse James Ralephenya

 R    520.00

25/10/2014

01/11/2014

7

2014/2015

Matshenyane Brian Kodisang

 R    520.00

25/10/2014

01/11/2014

7

2014/2015

Mokgadi Valentine Maeko

 R    585.00

15/10/2014

23/10/2014

8

2014/2015

Makamo Welcome

 R    715.00

26/10/2014

05/11/2014

10

2014/2015

Ledile Elizabeth Nong

 R    325.00

28/10/2014

31/10/2014

3

2014/2015

Mbeki Pumlani

 R    520.00

14/10/2014

21/10/2014

7

2014/2015

Maluleke Mkhacani Godfrey

 R    650.00

18/10/2014

27/10/2014

9

2014/2015

Mohan Prasanth

 R    455.00

01/11/2014

07/11/2014

6

2014/2015

Sobekwa Nosipo Sobekwa

 R    520.00

25/10/2014

01/11/2014

7

2014/2015

Mabasa Patience

 R    715.00

26/10/2014

05/11/2014

10

2014/2015

Peege Mankopane Daniel

 R 3 000.00

01/10/2014

31/10/2014

30

2014/2015

Margret Seko

 R    390.00

28/10/2014

02/11/2014

5

2014/2015

Tshangana Bavuyise

 R    390.00

16/11/2014

21/11/2014

5

2014/2015

Rikhotso Owen

 R    390.00

16/11/2014

21/11/2014

5

2014/2015

Mohan Prasanth

 R    325.00

09/11/2014

13/11/2014

4

2014/2015

Brian Kodisang

 R    390.00

16/11/2014

21/11/2014

5

2014/2015

Phophi Ravele

 R    325.00

09/11/2014

13/11/2014

4

2014/2015

Makamo Welcome

 R    455.00

16/11/2014

22/11/2014

6

2014/2015

Ledile Elizabeth Nong

 R    650.00

13/11/2014

22/11/2014

9

2014/2015

Nkontwana Thembalethu

 R 1 170.00

26/11/2014

13/12/2014

17

2014/2015

Tenza Themba

 R 1 170.00

26/11/2014

13/12/2014

17

2014/2015

Jacob Dikgang

 R 1 170.00

26/11/2014

13/12/2014

17

2014/2015

Bopang Khutsoane

 R 1 170.00

26/11/2014

13/12/2014

17

2014/2015

Vilana Mawethu

 R    715.00

29/11/2014

09/12/2014

10

2014/2015

Vilentine Maeko

 R    585.00

01/11/2014

09/11/2014

8

2014/2015

Zakhele Thwala

 R    325.00

17/11/2014

19/11/2014

2

FIN YEAR

PASSENGER

 TOT FARE 

TVL DATE

RET DATE

DUR (DAYS)

2014/2015

Lebogang Mdluli

 R    715.00

28/11/2014

08/12/2014

10

2014/2015

Mbeki Pumlani

 R    520.00

29/11/2014

06/12/2014

7

2014/2015

Katlego Setshogoe

 R    520.00

29/11/2014

06/12/2014

7

2014/2015

Caiphus Shivambu

 R    780.00

29/11/2014

10/12/2014

11

2014/2015

Pleasure Motsisi

 R    780.00

29/11/2014

10/12/2014

11

2014/2015

Happy Mathebula

 R    715.00

30/11/2014

10/12/2014

10

2014/2015

Lesego Ntsieni

 R    225.00

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

2

2014/2015

Peters Elizabeth Minister Vip

 R    225.00

18/11/2014

20/11/2014

2

2014/2015

Mathibe Keitumetse Louisa

 R    495.00

29/11/2014

09/12/2014

10

2014/2015

Ntsieni Lesego

 R    495.00

29/11/2014

09/12/2014

10

Cross-Border Road Transport Agency

(1) (b) No, The CBRTA has never procured the services of Travel With Flair.

(i) Not applicable

(ii) Not applicable

(2) (b) Please see above (1)(b)

(i) (ii) (iii) Not applicable

Road Accident Fund

1. (b) Yes, the RAF procured services from Travel with Flair;

(i) travel management services were procured, and

(ii) The total amount that was paid to the specified company was R3, 564, 970.10 since the inception of the contract on 4 September 2017 until 17 November 2017;

2. (b) the specified company provided services related to international travel to the RAF;

(i) the name of the person who travelled is considered personal information and may not be divulged by the RAF in terms of applicable legislation in relation to the travel by

(ii) on the international travel route,

and, (iii) the total amount that was paid for each person is:

a certain person,

Johannesburg – Botswana – Johannesburg Flights,

R 5, 867.20,

a certain person,

Accomodation – Botswana,

R 5, 315.00,

a certain person,

Johannesburg – Botswana – Johannesburg Flights,

R5, 867.20,

a certain person,

Accomodation – Botswana,

R5, 315.00, and

a certain person,

Car Hire – Botswana,

R2, 472,92.

Road Traffic Infringement Agency

(1)(b) No, The RTIA has never procured the services of Travel With Flair.

(i) Not applicable

(ii) Not applicable

(2)(b) Please see above (1)(b)

(i) (ii) (iii) Not applicable

Road Traffic Management Corporation

(1)(b) No, The RTMC has never procured the services of Travel With Flair.

(i) Not applicable

(ii) Not applicable

(2)(b) Please see above (1)(b)

(i) (ii) (iii) Not applicable

South African National Roads Agency

2 (i) TRAVELLER

2. (ii) TRAVEL ROUTE

2. (iii) COST

R Mohamed

Dbn/Jhb/Tanzania/Dar Es Salaam/Arusha

R12 494.27

D Mbambo

Dbn/Jhb/Doha/Brussels

R21 828.27

R Ronny

Dbn/Dubai/New Dehli