Questions and Replies

13 March 2019 - NW36

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Mathys, Ms L to ask the Minister of Finance

What amount is a certain person (name furnished) being paid?

Reply:

As advised by the Prudential Authority at the SA Reserve Bank, there were no payments made by the Prudential Authority (which managed the VBS curatorship) to certain person (name furnished), but were made to the curator SizweNtsalubaGobodo Advisory Services (Pty) Limited (SNG). A certain person (name furnished) acts as the representative for the curator. The total cost of curatorship for the period 12 March 2018 to 12 November 2018 amounted to R21,6 million, excluding VAT. VBS was placed in liquidation on 13 November 2018, so the curatorship ended on 12 November 2018.

The Prudential Authority of the South African Reserve Bank (which took over the role of regulator from the Registrar on 1 April 2018) implemented various governance arrangements pertaining to the cost of curatorship at the commencement of the curatorship assignment. The governance arrangements include, inter alia, an agreement on charge-out rates, instituting a limit pertaining to the total curatorship fees for the initial 12-month period of the curatorship, as well as the management of potential conflict of interest that may arise from using other service providers.

13 March 2019 - NW39

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether the Public Affairs Research Institute has had any working relationship with the (a) National Treasury and/or (b) SA Revenue Service since 1 January 2010; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

a) No

b) SA Revenue Service contracted the services of the Public Affairs Research Institute in 2011. This followed a request for quotation, RFQ 39/2010 for purposes of conducting a SARS Corruption Study on a national basis. This was awarded on the 02 February 2011 to the value of R799,755.00.

12 March 2019 - NW455

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Steenhuisen, Mr JH to ask the Minister of Labour

(1)(a) On what date did her department last conduct an audit of artwork owned by Government which is under her department’s curatorship and (b) what are the details of each artwork under the curatorship of her department according to the Generally Recognised Accounting Practice 103; (2) whether any artworks under her department’s curatorship have gone missing (a) in each of the past five financial years and (b) since 1 April 2018; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Department does not have artwork under its curatorship.

12 March 2019 - NW412

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Mulder, Dr CP to ask the Minister of Labour

(1) Whether, with reference to her reply to question 2625 on 18 October 2018, she has (a) completed studying the report of the SA Human Rights Commission and (b) received the advice from relevant labour market institutions, including the Commission for Employment Equity; if not, on what date will she (i) complete studying the report and (ii) receive the advice; if so, what steps will she take to implement the findings of the report; (2) whether she will commission an investigation into the matter; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether she will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

1. (a) Yes, I have studied the Equality Report of the SA Human Rights Commission; and

(b) (i) I have already received an Advisory from the Commission for Employment Equity (CEE), which is a statutory body established by the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (EEA) to provide me with policy advice on any matter relating to the EEA. The Advice provided by the CEE was informed by their deliberations on the findings and recommendations contained in the report, including their discussions held with the author of the Equality Report.

2. In view of the fact that the Department has filed Answering Affidavit to oppose the Solidarity case in the Labour Court and the Hearing date for this case is still pending, I will not be commissioning any investigation into the matter.

3. No statement will be issued until the Labour Court Judgement is made on this matter.

12 March 2019 - NW257

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What number of learners currently have access to a work book or tablet at each school in each province?

Reply:

a) Response on workbooks

For the 2019 academic year, Grade R, Grade 1-3 Life Skills, Grades 1-6 Home Language, Grades 1-6 English First Additional Language and Grades 1-9 Mathematics Volume 1 and Volume 2 workbooks were distributed as follows:

Province

Grade R

Grades 1 to 9

 

No of Schools

No of Learners

Books delivered

No of Schools

No of Learners

Books delivered

Eastern Cape

4338

141982

567930

5156

1499320

80993140

Free State

661

47440

189760

1098

652155

3409150

Gauteng

1431

160432

641730

2154

1963455

9846540

KwaZulu-Natal

4107

194360

777440

5945

2239945

11610450

Limpopo

2272

143403

573620

3836

1344525

7418550

Mpumalanga

1133

92115

368460

1667

945860

5072320

Northern Cape

389

23250

93000

548

260540

1391150

North west

980

56280

225120

1457

648655

3569860

Western Cape

1005

79800

319200

1493

975830

4920130

Totals

16312

939064

3756260

23346

10530285

55331290

b) The question on the number of tablets in each school should be directed to provincial legislatures.

12 March 2019 - NW226

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Khanyile, Ms AT to ask the Minister of Labour

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

Reply:

(a)(i) No

(ii) No

(aa) No

(bb) No

(cc) No

(b) No

12 March 2019 - NW250

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What total number of schools in each province (a) are and (b) are not English-medium schools?

Reply:

(a) (b)

Table 1 below indicates the number of schools that (a) are using and (b) are not using English as medium of instruction. It shows that about 23 474 schools are English medium schools and 1 391 are using other languages as medium of instruction. Please note that these schools are not only single medium schools, they can be parallel medium, meaning they use two or more languages as medium of instruction.

Table 1: Number of English and none English medium schools, by province, in 2018

Province

  1. English
  1. Not English

Total

Eastern Cape

4 922

291

5 213

Free State

1 121

69

1 190

Gauteng

2 769

138

2 907

KwaZulu-Natal

5 938

42

5 980

Limpopo

3 927

50

3 977

Mpumalanga

1 694

49

1 743

Northern Cape

389

183

572

North West

1 447

63

1 510

Western Cape

1 267

506

1 773

Total

23 474

1 391

24 865

Source: 2018 LURITS

12 March 2019 - NW249

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Tshwaku, Mr M to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What (a) number of new teachers have been appointed in the public education sector since 1 January 2019 and (b) are the relevant details of each specified new teacher (i) in each (aa) province, (bb) primary school and (cc) high school and (ii) with regard to (aa) gender and (bb) pay scale?

Reply:

What (a) number of new teachers have been appointed in the public education sector since 1 January 2019 and (b) are the relevant details of each specified new teacher (i) in each (aa) province, (bb) primary school and (cc) high school and (ii) with regard to (aa) gender and (bb) pay scale?

The data required to respond to the question is currently not available. The data has been requested from Treasury: PERSAL. It will be submitted as soon as Treasury makes these data available.

12 March 2019 - NW390

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Lees, Mr RA to ask the Minister of Labour

What (a) amount did (i) her department and (ii) each entity reporting to her borrow from any entity in the People’s Republic of China (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2018, (b) is the name of the lender of each loan, (c) conditions are attached to each loan and (d) are the repayment periods for each loan?

Reply:

The Department of Labour:

  • The Department of Labour did not borrow money from entities within the People’s Republic of China

Public Entities reporting to the Minister of Labour:

NAME OF ENTITY

AMOUNT BORROWED FROM ANY ENTITY IN THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (a)(ii)

NAME OF LENDER IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (b)

BORROWINGS IN THE PAST THREE FINANCIAL YEARS (aa)

BORROWINGS SINCE 01 APRIL 2018 (bb)

CONDITIONS ATTACHED TO EACH LOAN (c)

REPAYMENT PERIODS FOR EACH LOAN (d)

Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA)

R0,00

N/A

R0,00

R0,00

N/A

N/A

Compensation Fund (CF)

R0,00

N/A

R0,00

R0,00

N/A

N/A

National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC)

R0,00

N/A

R0,00

R0,00

N/A

N/A

Productivity South Africa

R0,00

N/A

R0,00

R0,00

N/A

N/A

Sheltered employment Enterprises (SEE)

R0,00

N/A

R0,00

R0,00

N/A

N/A

Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF)

R0,00

N/A

R0,00

R0,00

N/A

N/A

12 March 2019 - NW253

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Sonti, Ms NP to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1)What is the total number of (a) primary and (b) high schools that opened in each province in the 2018 academic year; (2) what is the total number of (a) primary and (b) high schools that will be opened in each province in the 2019 academic year? NW264E

Reply:

Please note that the questions have been referred to Provincial Education Departments Heads. The information will be provided as soon as received from Provincial Education Departments.

12 March 2019 - NW489

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Labour

What (a) number of call centres are currently operating in the country and (b) is the total number of employees at each specified call centre?

Reply:

The Honourable Member is referred to the Annual Report of the Department of Labour and to the previous reply of the Minister of Labour.

12 March 2019 - NW281

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Labour

What number of (a) tender briefings were held in 2018 by (i) her department and (ii) each of the entities reporting to her and (b) the specified briefings were compulsory?

Reply:

As the Minister of Labour, I do not participate on tender matters.

12 March 2019 - NW135

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Cachalia, Mr G K to ask the Minister of Labour

With reference to the reply of the Minister of Public Service and Administration to question 3797 on 21 December 2018, what was the total expenditure incurred by her department relating to the travel privileges contained in the 2007 Ministerial Handbook of former (a)(i) Ministers and (ii) their spouses, (b)(i) Deputy Ministers and (ii) their spouses, (c) Ministers’ widows or widowers and (d) Deputy Ministers’ widows or widowers (i) in each of the past five financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018?

Reply:

1. The Parliament Travel Privileges Facilities for Members makes provision for Travel Privileges for Members of Parliament of National Assembly and Permanent Delegates to the National Council of Provinces.

2. According to Members Facilities Section of Parliament, the facility is responsible for all Members except for Members of Cabinet.

3. Chapter 10 Section 1.1 indicates " The Travel Privileges, administered and paid by Parliament, of former Ministers/Deputy Ministers and their spouses come to effect on the first day following the date on which they relinquish their office, excluding the journeys made when vacating State Owned residence to the place where they intend to settle."

12 March 2019 - NW252

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Xalisa, Mr Z R to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What is the total number of (a) primary and (b) high schools that closed in each province in the 2018 academic year?

Reply:

Please note that the question has been referred to Provincial Education Departments Heads. The information will be provided as soon as received from Provincial Education Departments.

12 March 2019 - NW488

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Labour

What number of persons do certain companies (names and details furnished) employ?

Reply:

1. There are no stats for the Premier Group.

2. Pioneer Foods

TRADENAME

EMPLOYEES DECLARED

PIONEER FOODS PTY LTD

4 892

PIONEER FOODS GROCERIES PTY LTD

1 819

PIONEER FOODS INSTORE PTY LTD

3 892

3. Foodcorp, a division of RCL Foods

TRADENAME

EMPLOYEES DECLARED

FOODCORP PTY LTD

2 614

SUNBAKE PTY LTD

2

RCL FOODS

2

RCL FOODS SUGAR & MILLING PTY LTD

3 811

RAINBOW FARMS PTY LTD

9 970

VECTOR LOGISTICS PTY LTD

4 024

12 March 2019 - NW247

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Tshwaku, Mr M to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What (a) number of teachers were employed in the public education system in each (i) primary and (ii) high school in each province as at 1 February 2019 and (b) is the breakdown in terms of (i) gender and (ii) pay scale?

Reply:

What (a) number of teachers were employed in the public education system in each (i) primary and (ii) high school in each province as at 1 February 2019 and (b) is the breakdown in terms of (i) gender and (ii) pay scale?

The data required to respond to the question is currently not available. The information has been requested from Treasury: PERSAL. It will be submitted as soon as Treasury makes these data available.

 

12 March 2019 - NW260

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

What number of (a) tender briefings were held in 2018 by (i) her department and (ii) each of the entities reporting to her and (b) the specified briefings were compulsory?

Reply:

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE

1) Tender briefings held in 2018 are as follows:

(a) Simons’ Town Procurement Service Centre – 60 tender briefings.

(b) Central Procurement Service Centre – 69 tender briefings.

2) All briefings were compulsory.

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY VETERANS

The Department of Military Veterans had no tender briefings held in 2018.

OFFICE OF THE MILITARY OMBUD

The office of the Military Ombud did not hold any tender briefings in 2018.

ARMSCOR

Armscor held 10 tender briefings in 2018. One (1) was a published tender bid with a compulsory bidders briefing and nine (9) bids were published with non-compulsory bidders’ briefings.

DFSC

The DFSC did not hold any tenders briefings in 2018.

CASTLE CONTROL BOARD

The Castle Control Board (CCB) did not hold any tenders briefings in 2018

12 March 2019 - NW248

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Tshwaku, Mr M to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What (a) number of teaching vacancies have opened up in the public education sector since 1 January 2019 and (b) are the relevant details of each specified vacancy (i) in each (aa) province, (bb) primary school and (cc) high school and (ii) with regard to (aa) gender and (bb) pay scale?

Reply:

What (a) number of teaching vacancies have opened up in the public education sector since 1 January 2019 and (b) are the relevant details of each specified vacancy (i) in each (aa) province, (bb) primary school and (cc) high school and (ii) with regard to (aa) gender and (bb) pay scale?

The data required to respond to the question is currently not available. The information has been requested from Treasury: PERSAL. It will be submitted as soon as Treasury makes these data available.

12 March 2019 - NW610

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Atkinson, Mr P to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans

(1)Whether (a) her department and/or (b) any entity reporting to her contracted the services of a certain company (name and details furnished), in each of the past 10 financial years; if so, what (i) number of contracts were signed, (ii) was the date on which each contract was signed, (iii) was the duration of each contract, (iv) services did the company render and (v) was the monetary value of each contract in each case; (2) whether any irregular expenditure relating to the contracts was recorded and/or condoned in each case; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

I am not in a position to respond to this question as there are no details furnished with regards to the company referred to in the Parliamentary Question.

12 March 2019 - NW490

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Labour

What is the total number of employees that a certain company (name furnished) employs?

Reply:

Trade Name

Employees Declared

FOSCHINI RETAIL GROUP PTY LTD

21 771

FOSCHINI LTD

9

FOSCHINI INVESTMENTS PTY LTD

1 310

11 March 2019 - NW319

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Health

What is the total number of new staff that were employed in each occupation in the public health sector in each province for 2019?

Reply:

Please see enclosed media statement of 12 December 2018. All the 9 797 new entrant employees were placed. Furthermore 5 300 posts are at various states of being filled as described in the media statement of 09 December 2018 (also enclosed).

END.

11 March 2019 - NW354

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to the Road Accident Fund (RAF) and the proposed Road Accident Benefit Scheme (RABS), (a) what difference would there be in the respective revenue models and (b) how would this model (i) assist in making the RAF and/or RABS solvent and (ii) be more beneficial to claimants?

Reply:

With reference to the RAF and the proposed RABS, the (a) difference in the respective revenue models will be that currently section 5 of the Road Accident Fund Act, No. 56 of 1996 (the RAF Act) provides that the RAF is funded through the dedicated RAF Fuel Levy, and through loans, to make payment of claims on a “pay-as-you-go” basis, with no provision in the RAF Act for any balancing of revenue with expenses, whilst the provisions of Chapter 4 of the Road Accident Benefit Scheme Bill [B 17B -2017] (RABS Bill) provides for an additional funding stream in the form of appropriations by Parliament, in addition to the dedicated RABS Fuel Levy (which is the current RAF Fuel Levy that will in future fund RABS), and loans, in order to make payment of claims that arise under the RABS Bill on a fully funded basis and RAF claims that arose under the RAF Act on a “pay-as-you-go” basis, with specific provision in section 32 of the RABS Bill for the matching of revenue and expenses based on a funding ratio,

(b) this model will (i) assist, together with the overall benefit design set out in the RABS Bill (i.e. no-fault liability, removal of general damages , defined and limited benefits, structured payment, benefit review, and no automatic increases), to make the RABS solvent over time, noting that actuarial projections indicate that the benefits under the RABS Bill are more than 20% cheaper as compared to compensation paid under the RAF Act and

(ii) be more beneficial to claimants by: providing more inclusive access to cover, through the removal of fault; enabling much faster assessment of claims, and provision of access to benefits, due to the removal of fault and because of the defined benefit design; providing for a deemed income, on which benefits are calculated for those who earn below the deemed income and those who cannot prove an actual income; providing assistance, including financial assistance, to claimants to claim; providing for faster and cheaper resolution of disagreements through an internal dispute process, or externally, through an Appeals Committee; and, reducing the diversion of funds meant for beneficiaries to intermediaries

11 March 2019 - NW365

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Mazzone, Ms NW to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)Whether Eskom has put any mechanisms in place to (a) identify and/or (b) track illegal electricity connections; if not, in each case, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case; (2) whether he has found that eye witness accounts of Eskom employees allegedly returning to reconnect illegal electricity connections for a bribe after cutting these connections are accurate; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what steps is Eskom taking to (a) prevent this practice from happening and (b) discipline perpetrators; (3) what are the details of all steps taken by Eskom to deal with illegal electricity connections?

Reply:

The Parliamentary question has been forward to the State Owned Enterprise and the Ministry of Public Enterprises awaits their urgent response. Further information will be conveyed to Parliament as soon as the response is received.

11 March 2019 - NW334

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

Whether he has been informed that Constable N I Chabaesele (details furnished) was attacked by a dog while on duty; if so, (a) what amount in compensation was paid to the Constable, (b) was transport provided for follow-up appointments to the doctor and (c) was trauma and counselling support provided; (2) was the Constable given full leave while she was off as a result of the attack; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

1. Yes.

(1)(a) An injury board was submitted. No feedback has been received from the Workman's Compensation Commissioner, yet.

(1)(b) Yes, transport was provided.

(1)(c) No trauma counselling was requested.

2. Yes, temporary incapacity leave was granted.

 

 

 

Reply to question 334 recommended/

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Reply to question 334 approved/not approved

MINISTER OF POLICE BH CELE, MP

Date:

11 March 2019 - NW414

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Carter, Ms D to ask the Minister of Health

(1)What were the reasons that informed the recent non-remuneration of (a) medical interns and (b) medical officers employed by the State at the end of January 2019; (2) has the problem been resolved; if not, why not; if so, how?

Reply:

1. The problem affected interns and not medical officers and it happened mostly in Gauteng. It was an administrative problem of not capturing employees on persal in time for payments.

2. Yes.

END.

11 March 2019 - NW387

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Stubbe, Mr DJ to ask the Minister of Police

What number of (a) children and (b) adults were reported as having been kidnapped in the (i) 2015-16, (ii) 2016-17 and (iii) 2017-18 financial years?

Reply:

(a)(b)(i)(ii)(iii)

 

Year

(a) Children

(b) Adults

(i)

2015/2016

692

2 539

(ii)

2016/2017

596

2 399

(iii)

2017/2018

626

2 622

 

 

 

Reply to question 387 recommended/

OM E (SOE

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Reply to question 387 approved/not approved

MINISTER OF POLICE BH CELE, MP

Date:

11 March 2019 - NW395

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Johnson, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

On which legal provisions does the SA Police Service rely to arrest persons for consuming alcohol in public; (2) (a) why do police officers avoid arresting persons who drink in public and (b) what measures does he intend taking to stop such a bad practice that is killing our society, especially the youth?

Reply:

1. Schedule 5 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, (Act No.108 of 1996) addresses the functional areas of the exclusive provincial legislative competence.

Part 'A' of Schedule 5, clearly states that the issuing of liquor licences falls within the ambit of provincial legislative competence, to rpgulatp the micro- manufacturing and retail sale of liquor through provincial liquor legislation.

The legal implications of Schedule 5 is that, where in the past the liquor industry was governed by only the Liquor Act, 1989 (Act No. 27 of 1989), the liquor industry is now governed by the nine provincial liquor acts and one National Liquor Act, 2003 (Act No. 59 of 2003).

Provincial legislative framework

The provincial liquor legislations are administered by the respective Provincial Liquor Boards/Authorities/Regulators, in the nine provinces. The provincial liquor legislation is only applicable in the respective provinces. The following legislations listed below, include offences for drinking in public and being under the influence in public and are utilised by the South African Police Service (SAPS) to charge offenders:

Eastern Cape Liquor Act, 2003 (Act No 10 of 2003);

    • Section 59(d)(i), being drunk or disorderly in or on any road, street, lane, thoroughfare, square, park or market.
    • Section 59(e), consuming liquor in any road, street, lane or thoroughfare, or on vacant land adjacent thereto, in an urban area or other area subdivided into erven or plots.

Free State Gambling and Liquor Act, 2010 (Act No 6 of 2010):

    • Section 128(3)(a)(ii), a person who is drunk in or on a place to which the public has access.
    • Section 128(3)(d), a person who consumes liquor in any street, lane, thoroughfare or vacant land adjacent thereto in urban/rural area subdivided into erven or plots, read with Section 128(5).

Gauteng Liquor Act, 2003 (Act No 2 of 2003);

    • Section 127(c), being intoxicated in, on or near any public place.
    • Section 127(d), drink liquor in, on or near any public place.

Limpopo Province, Liquor Act, 1989 (Act No 27 of 1989);

    • Section 154(1)(c)(i), any person who is drunk in, on or near any road, street, lane, thoroughfare, square, park, or market.
    • Section 154(1)(d), subject to Subsection 2, consumes any liquor in any road, street, lane or thoroughfare, or on vacant land adjacent thereto, in an urban area or other area subdivided into erven or plots, with streets bound by such erven or plots.

Mpumalanga Liquor Licensing Act, 2006 (Act No 5 of 2006);

    • Section 59(1)(c), being drunk in, on, near a road, lane, thoroughfare, square, park, shop, warehouse, public garage, entertainment place, eating-house, racecourse or place where the public has access.
    • Section 59(1)(d), consuming liquor in a road, lane thoroughfare, vacant land adjacent thereto, urban area, erven or plots, with streets bounded by such erven or plots.

Northern Cape Liquor Act, 2008 (Act No 2 of 2008);

    • Section 46(1)(h), consuming liquor or being drunk in, on or at a public place, including any road, street, lane, park, market, shop or warehouse, to which the public has access to.

North West Province, Liquor Act, 1989 (Act No 27 of 1989);

    • Section 154(1)(c)(i), any person who is drunk ,in, on or near any road, street, lane, thoroughfare, square, park, or market.
    • Section 154(1)(d), subject to Subsection 2, consumes any liquor in any road, street, lane or thoroughfare, or on vacant land adjacent thereto, in an urban area or other area, subdivided into erven or plots, with streets bound by such erven or plots.

KwaZulu-Natal Liquor Licensing Act, 2010 (Act No 6 of 2010);

    • Section 93(1)(d), intoxicated, violent or disorderly in a public place.
    • The Kwazulu-Natal Provincial Liquor Authority omitted an offence for drinking in public in the said Liquor Act. However, the eThekwini Municipality bylaws are being used to charge persons for consuming liquor in public.

Western Cape Liquor Act, 2008, (Act No 4 of 2008);

    • Section 76(a)(ii), a person who is drunk in any place to which the public has access.
    • Section 2(3)(8), consuming any liquor in a public place, (municipal bylaw for the City of Cape Town). Other municipalities in the Western Cape also have bylaws for the contravention of this offence.

(2)(a)

The SAPS conducts day-to-day operations and in 2017/2018 to 25 February 2019, a total of 64 809 persons were charged for drinking in public.

Guidelines, to deal with petty offences (category B-Crimes) and to prevent civil claims against the SAPS, were developed and distributed to all provincial commissioners for implementation.

These guidelines also deal with the release of persons, who are arrested for offences related to drinking or being drunk in public. Such persons may be issued with a written notice (J534) as a method of securing his or her attendance in a Magistrate Court, in accordance with Section 56 of the Criminal Procedure Act, 1977 (Act No. 51 of 1977).

(2)(b) Education and awareness campaigns are regularly held with stakeholders to engage with communities and schools, to address underage drinking and the prevention of liquor abuse. A total of 21 626 liquor awareness campaigns were conducted, in 2017/2018, to date.

 

 

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Date:

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Reply to question 395 approved/not approved

MINISTER OF POLICE

BH CELE, MP

Date:

11 March 2019 - NW317

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Thembekwayo, Dr S to ask the Minister of Health

(a) What is the total number of public healthcare facilities that were operational in each province as at 1 February 2019 and (b) what type of facility is each?

Reply:

The following tables reflect the details in this regard.

a) Table 1.

Province

Total Number of Public Health Facilities

Eastern Cape

1083

Free State

401

Gauteng

588

KwaZulu-Natal

1003

Limpopo

700

Mpumalanga

422

Northern Cape

305

North West

427

Western Cape

577

b) Table 2

Province

Clinic

Community Day Centre

Community Health Centre

District hospital

EMS Station

Health Post

Mobile Service units

National Central Hospital

Provincial Tertiary Hospital

Regional Hospital

Satellite Clinic

Special Clinic

Specialised Chronic Hospital

Specialised hospital

Specialised Orthopaedic hospital

Specialised Psychiatric Hospital

Specialised TB Hospital

Step Down Facility

Eastern Cape

728

 

41

65

85

 

128

1

3

5

10

1

1

 

1

4

10

 

Free State

212

 

10

25

68

 

76

1

1

4

 

1

 

 

 

1

2

 

Gauteng

328

6

33

12

123

12

46

4

3

9

5

1

 

3

 

3

 1

 

KwaZulu-Natal

606

 

22

39

72

8

211

2

3

13

8

3

2

1

 

6

8

 

Limpopo

454

 

26

30

56

 

123

 -

2

5

 

 

 

 

 

3

1

 

Mpumalanga

239

 

56

23

8

 

80

 -

2

3

2

4

 

 

 

 

5

 

Northern Cape

127

 

33

11

47

15

33

 -

1

1

34

 

 

 

 

1

1

1

North West

263

 

46

13

20

7

66

 -

2

3

2

3

 

 

 

2

 

 

Western Cape

195

61

10

33

54

12

111

2

1

5

70

5

 

 

 

4

6

8

END.

11 March 2019 - NW376

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to certain reports regarding a certain person (name and details furnished), who faces numerous charges for assault including the criminal case CAS1280/09/2015 and threats to a certain person (name and details furnished) and various staff members, (a) why is the specified person in this position, (b) has the person been disciplined, (c) what is the status of the various criminal charges and grievances against the specified person and (d) why would the specified person be in charge of determining whether or not civilians are fit to possess a firearm while facing the specified charges?

Reply:

a) Brigadier LJ Mabule was appointed as the Section Head: Central Firearm Register (CFR), on 1 May 2015, as a result of the vacant post having been advertised.

Brigadier Mabule was redeployed to the Section: Firearm Compliance, on 1 August 2016, by the Deputy National Commissioner: Human Resource Management (HRM).

Brigadier Mabule was transferred, laterally, back to the CFR on 1 April 2018, by the Deputy National Commissioner: HRM.

b) With regard to Pretoria Central, CAS 1280/09/2015, the case is being investigated by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID). No recommendation for disciplinary procedure has been received from the IPID.

With regard to Pretoria Central, CAS 437/02/2016, the case was investigated in terms of the South African Police Service (SAPS) disciplinary process. The disciplinary investigation was finalised, however, no disciplinary steps were

taken, due to procedural unfairness. The case has been re-opened for independent investigation. The outcome is not yet finalised.

c) Criminal Cases:

Pretoria Central, CAS 1280/09/2015, was transferred to the IPID, on 16 February 2016, for investigation.

Pretoria Central, CAS 437/02/2016, the employee was charged on 17 October 2018. The first court appearance was on 19 November 2018. The case was postponed to 11 March 2019.

Grievances:

Collective Grievance: This matter was closed, on 13 February 2018, due to a lack of cooperation from the aggrieved members. Two other grievances were registered and were resolved.

d) Brigadier Mabule has not been found guilty of any criminal or departmental offences up to date and can, therefore, not be deemed unfit to perform his current duties relating to firearm licenses.

 

Reply to question 376 recommended ed

GENERAL AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

Date: 019 -

Reply to question 376 approved/not approved

MINISTER OF POLICE BH CELE, MP

Date:

11 March 2019 - NW323

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Police

What number of cases of corruption were opened with the SA Police Service in 2018?

Reply:

The number of corruption cases, registered with the South African Police Service (SAPS), Division: Detective Service, in 2018, is 514.

 

Reply to question 323 recommended/

GENERAL AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

E (SO

Date: j gjg -0t- 0 6

Reply to question 323 approved/not approved

MINISTER OF POLICE BH CELE, MP

Date:

11 March 2019 - NW318

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Thembekwayo, Dr S to ask the Minister of Health

What number of each type of public healthcare facilities will be opened and closed for 2019 in each province?

Reply:

Honourable Member I am at a total loss what this question is looking for. What is meant by opening and closing facilities for 2019? Please explain so that I am able to answer.

END.

11 March 2019 - NW527

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Paulsen, Mr N M to ask the Minister of Science and Technology

(a) What number of (i) buildings, (ii) properties and (iii) facilities does her department currently (aa) own and (bb) rent, (b) what is the value and purpose of each (i) owned and (ii) rented property and (c)(i) for how long has each property been rented, (ii) from whom is each property rented and (iii) what is the monthly rental fee for each property?”

Reply:

Find here: Reply

11 March 2019 - NW427

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Figg, Mr MJ to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture

With reference to his reply to question 1116 on 7 May 2018, by what date will the construction of the Sarah Bartmann Centre of Remembrance in Hankey, Eastern Cape be completed and (b) what will the running costs of the Centre be once it is operational; (2) Whether an operating agent has been appointed yet; if not, by what date will an operating agent be appointed; and if so, (a) what are the relevant details and (b) what are the relevant details of the tender process that was followed to appoint the operating agent?

Reply:

1.(a). The completion date for the construction of the Sarah Bartmann Centre of Remembrance is October 2019.

(b). The Department of Arts and Culture will be appointing a museum planner whose tasks include the development of an operational budget/running costs for the Sarah Bartmann Centre of Remembrance.

2.(a). No operating agent has been appointed, nor will an operating agent be appointed to manage the Centre.

(b). The Centre will be declared a Declared Cultural Institution, in accordance with the National Institutions Act, Act no 119 of 1998.

11 March 2019 - NW491

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Mokoena, Mr L to ask the Minister of Arts and Culture”

What is the total number of libraries that were built in each (a) province and (b) municipality in the 2018 calendar year?

Reply:

(a). The total number of libraries built in the Provinces and Municipalities in the 2018 calendar year stand at twenty-six (26). Below is the breakdown of libraries built in each Province in the 2018 calendar year:

(b) 

NO.

NAME OF PROVINCE

TOTAL NUMBER OF LIBRARIES

1

Eastern Cape

2

2

Free State

0

3

Gauteng

1

4

KwaZulu-Natal

9

5

Limpopo

3

6

Mpumalanga

3

7

Northern Cape

3

8

North West

2

9

Western Cape

3

TOTAL

26

   

Below is the breakdown of libraries built per Municipality:

NO.

NAME OF PROVINCE

NAME OF MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL NUMBER OF LIBRARIES

1.

Eastern Cape: 2

 

Karredouw Library

Koukamma

1

 

Libode Library

Nyandeni

1

2.

Free State: 0

3.

Gauteng: 1

 

Randfontein

 

1

4.

KwaZulu-Natal: 9

 

Mandeni

Mandeni

1

 

Ngolokodo Modular

Nquthu

1

 

Bhekuzulu

Abaqulusi

1

 

Sithembile modular

eNdumeni

1

 

Hafuleni modular

Umuziwabantu

1

 

eNdaka modular

Uthukela

1

 

Osuthu modular

Nongoma

1

 

Mnqobokazi Library

Mkhanyakude

1

 

Ward 7 modular

Jozini

1

5.

Limpopo: 3

 

Zamani Library

Greater Giyani

1

 

Maphalle Library

Mopani

1

 

Mahlabatheng Library

Waterberg

1

6.

Mpumalanga: 3

 

Kanyamazane Library

Mbombela

1

 

Masobye Library

Dr JS Moroka

1

 

MP Stream Library

Bushbuckridge

1

7.

Northern Cape: 3

 

Tsineng

John Taolo Gaetsewe

1

 

Warrenton

Magareng

1

 

Carolousberg

Nama Khoi

1

8.

North West: 2

 

Ramatlabama

Mahikeng

1

 

Lebotlwane

Moretele

1

9.

Western Cape: 3

 

Tesselaarsdal Library

Theewaterskloof

1

 

Groendal Library

Stellenbosch

1

 

Du Noon

City of Cape Town

1

11 March 2019 - NW336

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) On what date was the company, Enel, appointed as an external technical advisor for Eskom, (b) what is the name of each: (i) shareholder and (ii) director of the specified company, (c) who is paying the company for the external technical assistance and (d) what is the total amount that the company is being paid?

Reply:

According to the information received from Eskom

Enel has not been appointed as technical advisors. A team of South African engineers has been appointed to undertake a technical Review of power stations on a “Thuma Mina” voluntary basis.

(a)

Not Applicable.

(b)(i)(ii)

Not Applicable.

(c)

Not Applicable.

(d)

Not Applicable.

11 March 2019 - NW355

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

With reference to vehicles purchased in the past three financial years and since 1 January 2019 by his department and entities reporting to him, (a) what number of vehicles have been purchased each month, (b) for what purpose was each vehicle purchased in each case, (c) what make of vehicles were purchased in each case and at what cost in each case, (d) what assessments were undertaken as to the need for vehicles in each case, (e) who undertook the assessments in each case, (f) what were the results of each assessment in each case, (g) how are vehicles monitored once purchased and (h)(i) what number of vehicles have travelled 10 000 kilometers or less, (ii) which vehicles are those in each case and (iii) why had each vehicle travelled 10 000 kilometers in each instance?

Reply:

Department(a) number of vehicles purchased

(b) purpose of each vehicle purchased

(c) make of vehicles purchased

(d) assessments undertaken as to the need for vehicles in each case,

(e) who undertook the assessments

(f) what were the results of each assessment

(g) how are vehicles monitored once purchased and

(h)(i) number of vehicles travelled 10 000 km or less,

(ii) which vehicles

(iii) why had each vehicle travelled 10 000 km

 

2017/2018

Apr-17

CA481964

 

Deputy Minister for use in Cape Town

JAGUAR XJ 3.0

R800, 000.00

Vehicle had reached its lifespan as prescribed in the Ministerial Handbook

Head of the Office of the Deputy Minister

Met the replacement criteria

Based on age and kilometres travelled

50186

N/A

N/A

 

Apr-17

FV70GJGP

 

Deputy Minister for use in Pretoria

BMW X5 XDRIVE A/T

R984, 896.25

Vehicle had reached its lifespan as prescribed in the Ministerial Handbook

Head of the Office of the Deputy Minister

Met the replacement criteria

Based on age and kilometres travelled

11888

N/A

N/A

 

Apr-17

CA450060

3 IN APRIL 2017

Minister for use in Cape Town

TOYOTA FORTUNER 2.8

R557, 927.65

Vehicle had reached its lifespan as prescribed in the Ministerial Handbook

Chief of Staff

Met the replacement criteria

Based on age and kilometres travelled

21274

N/A

N/A

 

Jul-17

FX47LFGP

1 IN JULY 2017

Minister for use in Pretoria

M-BENZ E350D AMG

R924, 146.24

Vehicle had reached its lifespan as prescribed in the Ministerial Handbook

Chief of Staff

Met the replacement criteria

Based on age and kilometres travelled

66358

N/A

N/A

2018/2019

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SINCE 1 JAN 2019

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Airports Company South Africa SOC Limited (ACSA)

(a)(i) Four fire tenders were purchased in Financial Year 2017/18;

  1. Twenty-four (24) light commercial vehicles were purchased in Financial Year 2017/18;
  2. One all-terrain vehicle was purchased in Financial Year 2016/17;
  3. Twenty-seven (27) light commercial vehicles were purchased in Financial Year 2015/16.

(b) The vehicles were purchased to operate at ACSA owned airports and mostly for airside use. This included fire and rescue vehicles, surface maintenance, electrical maintenance, aircraft marshalling and security vehicles.

(c)(i) The four Rosenbauer fire tenders purchased in Financial Year 2017/18, cost R61,459 408 ex VAT;

  1. The twenty-four light commercial & passenger vehicles purchased in Financial Year 2017/18, comprised of the following vehicles:
    • Two BMW vehicles at a cost of R1,080 677 ex VAT;
    • Nineteen Toyota vehicles at a cost of R11, 708 646 ex VAT;
    • Three Nissan vehicles at a cost of R528 477 ex VAT.
  2. The one all-terrain vehicle purchased in Financial Year 2016/17, cost R 258 000 ex VAT.
  3. The twenty-seven-light commercial and passenger vehicles that were purchased in Financial Year 2015/16, comprised of the following vehicles:
  • Fourteen Ford vehicles at a cost of R4,419 453 ex VAT;
  • Two Mercedes vehicles at a cost of R1,186 095 ex VAT;
  • Eleven Chevrolet-vehicles at a cost of R1,470 259 ex VAT.

(d) ACSA agrees minimum operating standards for all vehicles operating on the airside with the aviation industry to ensure that vehicles are serviceable and pose no risk to the safety of operations on airside. The age limit is 6 years for light commercial vehicles and 12 years for specialised vehicles. The replacement program is planned and executed in line with these minimum standards. ACSA also uses operational planning to determine the number of vehicles required for example how many planes need to be marshalled into aircraft parking bays in the peak hour of operations. That will dictate the staff requirements and vehicle requirements.

(e) The ACSA Airport Fleet Management Department based on the age limit for operating on airside and detailed operational planning.

(f) Vehicles were only purchased were there was an operational requirement.

(g)(i) Vehicles on the airside of the airport may not leave the airside and is only used for operational purposes within the perimeter fence.

      1. At the main airports each vehicle is tracked in real-time through mode-s transponders to avoid any possibility of runway incursions.
      2. The few vehicles that operate on public roads have a log books that have to be completed for every trip.
      3. Audits are done on these to ensure compliance with company policy.
      4. Each vehicle also has a fleet petrol card and issues like fuel consumption is monitored every month.

(h)(i) None. (ii) Not Applicable. (iii) Not applicable.

Air Traffic and Navigation Services SOC Limited (ATNS)

a) No new vehicles were leased since 1 January 2019. Refer to the attached Annexure A, Column H for the installation date. All vehicles are leased under a full maintenance lease.

b) Company vehicles are used for performing both preventative and corrective maintaining on Communication, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) infrastructure and facilities across the country.

c) Refer to attached Annexure A, which reflects the make of vehicle in column F and the cost in column G.

d) The need arises from the fact that most of ATNS aviation Communications, Navigational, & Surveillance (CNS) infrastructure and facilities are strategically placed in remote areas to provide the required coverage and cater for all air traffic movements across the country. It is also a requirement by the aviation regulating authority of South Africa (SACAA) that scheduled preventative maintenance on these sites are performed routinely and in case of failure, for ATNS to respond and perform corrective maintenance and ensure continuity of service. Since most of the sites are in remote areas, ATNS need to drive to those sites to perform maintenance as required and require vehicles with greater clearance.

e) Given the current and anticipated requirements (informed by planned infrastructure investments), the company evaluates and include the needs as part of the company operating model.

f) In line with the Permission approval, the evaluation is done and approved for a period of 5 years.

g) The leased vehicles are monitored through the fleet tracking system with verification to actual slips submitted and in conjunction with the company’s Maintenance Management System. This system is fitted with each leased vehicle and on monthly basis, a report is received from the service provider (AVIS Fleet) highlighting the monthly utilisation.

(h)(i) One vehicle.

(ii) A Ford Ranger 2.2 TDCI XLS 4X4 D/CAB A/T

(iii) The vehicle is earmarked and used mainly by the WGS84 Surveyors whose main Job is visit the air traffic centres (airports) to confirm al the surveyed points and airport obstructions, CNS facilities to survey the site coordinates and above ground heights.

South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA)

The table below provides comprehensive answers by the South African Civil Aviation Authority to all questions, i.e. (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), and (h)(i), (ii), and (iii).

a)

No of Vehicles purchased

  • 2 vehicles were purchased as follows: -
  • March 2017
  • June 2018

b)

Purpose

  • Both vehicles were purchased to enable our inspectors to conduct inspections and fulfill the mandate of South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA).

c)

Vehicle Make

  • Ford Ranger; March 2017; R393,344.68
  • Ford Ranger; June 2018; R401,720.52

d)

What assessment

  • The need was determined by the services that SACAA has to render to its clients. These clients include different airports, Aviation Training Organisation at outlying areas e.g. aerodrome inspections. The other assessment was the flight costs; car hire costs incurred vs costs of having a pool vehicle for each division.

e)

Who conducted the assessment

  • The assessment was conducted by the relevant head of division with the assistance of Supply Chain Management department in sourcing the vehicles

f)

Results of assessment

  • The result was that it was better for each two divisions to have a pool vehicle to conduct inspections, this reduced cost of flights and private vehicle claims by inspectors travelling with their own car and or hiring a vehicle in case where an inspector does not own private vehicle. Also, where the inspectors are not allowed to use their own vehicle i.e. ramp inspection at the airport; the airport required a vehicle in certain colour that was branded according to the ACSA specification.

g)

Monitoring of vehicles once purchased

  • Departmental Log Book and Register is maintained
  • Altech Netstar Business Travel Logbook
  • Standard Bank Fleet Management Services

h)

KM Travelled

  1. One Ford Ranger
  1. CAA 004 WP
  1. It has not reach 10 000 km as yet. The vehicle is at 5854km. This vehicle was purchased recently

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA):

  1. Please see Annexure A for the number of vehicles that have been purchased each month.
  2. Please see Annexure B for the purpose for which each vehicles was purchased in each case.
  3. Please see Annexure C for the make of vehicles that were purchase in each case and at what cost in each case.
  4. The different end user departments with the assistance of fleet management, do their own assessments on the basis of the work that needs to be done, number of personnel, number of vehicles required and the vehicle type that will suit the purpose.
  5. The different end user departments with the assistance of the fleet management department undertook the assessments in each case.
  6. The results of the assessments found the current vehicles fleet is old, with an average of eight (8) years and the running costs are high, hence the need to procure new vehicles to replace the old ones.
  7. PRASA is a participant on the RT15 tender with National Treasury which include live tracking system for vehicles.
  8. (i) 224 vehicles have travelled 10,000 kilometres or less.

(ii) Please see Annexure D

(iii) The vehicles which have travelled 10,000 kilometres and less are due to their operations within the different business units and some of these vehicles do not cover long distances. Vehicles with zero (0) kilometres are waiting for fitments which are currently in the process.

Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (CBRTA)

The CBRTA (a) has not purchased any vehicle in the past three financial years and since 1 January

2019, therefore (b) – (h) are not applicable.

Road Accident Fund (RAF)

The RAF (a) has not purchased any vehicle in the past three financial years and since 1 January 2019,

therefore (b) – (h) are not applicable.

Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)

The RTIA (a) has not purchased any vehicle in the past three financial years and since 1 January

2019, therefore (b) – (h) are not applicable.

Railway Safety Regulator (RSR):

  1. The RSR did not purchase any vehicles in the applicable period.
  2. Not applicable.
  3. Not applicable.
  4. Not applicable.
  5. Not applicable.
  6. Not applicable.
  7. Not applicable
  8. (i) Not applicable.

(ii) Not applicable.

(iii) Not applicable.

Ports Regulator of South Africa (PRSA)

The Ports Regulator has not purchased any vehicles in the past three financial years.

(a)(b)(c)(d)(e(f)(g(h) Not applicable

Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC)

(a) number of vehicles purchased

(b) purpose of each vehicle purchased

(c) make of vehicles purchased

(d) assessments undertaken as to the need for vehicles in each case,

(e) who undertook the assessments

(f) what were the results of each assessment

(g) how are vehicles monitored once purchased and

(h)(i) number of vehicles travelled 10 000 km or less,

(ii) which vehicles

(iii) why had each vehicle travelled 10 000 km

1 (one) in Dec 2016

Used by Mechanical expert from the crush investigation unit

Mercedes Benz Viano Mixto

In each instance a needs assessment and/or business cases were developed on the various specialised units. Thereafter submissions were processed and authorised by the relevant delegated official before procuring the vehicles through R-57 contract.

The specialised vehicles (Mobile units as well as buses) were procured through the normal tender process.

The end-users of the vehicles initiated the processes with inputs from their management as well as fleet management. The delegated authorised parties also added comments and inputs during the approval process

The results of these assessments / motivation /business cases were all used as motivation for the procurement

Due to the specialised nature of the procured vehicles, they have firstly been allocated to specific people and/or units that make use of them.

Secondary to that all these vehicles are governed by the approved Policies and Procedures on fleet. Further to this, monthly submissions are made to Fleet unit to reconcile back to the RT-46 stannic reports

0

Mercedes Benz Viano Mixto

N/A

X2 (two) 65 seater buses in July 2017

  • Transportation of Students between training venues
  • Transportation of children for Road Safety Education’s annual PET Debates

Hino / Busmark 65 seater buses

       

0

Hino / Busmark 65 seater buses

N/A

4 Mobile testing Vehicles and Venter trailers in Sep 2017

  • NTP Unit for deployments nationally

FAW truck Horses with customised trailer units with mobile weigh bridge equipment

       

4

FAW truck Horses with customised trailer units with mobile weigh bridge equipment

Staff were still in training until Sep 2018

25 (twenty-five) in Dec 2018

Replacement of National Anti-Corruption Unit pool vehicles

VW Golf 7 GTI DSG

       

25

VW Golf 7 GTI DSG

Short period of time used

South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL)

(a) number of vehicles purchased

(b) purpose of each vehicle purchased

(c) make of vehicles purchased

(d) assessments undertaken as to the need for vehicles in each case,

(e) who undertook the assessments

(f) what were the results of each assessment

(g) how are vehicles monitored once purchased and

(h)(i) number of vehicles travelled 10 000 km or less,

(ii) which vehicles

(iii) why had each vehicle travelled 10 000 km

1 (one) in Feb 2018

SANRAL Western Region utility vehicle

Nissan UA7-NP200 1.6 WR

Replacement of existing vehicle

Project Management Team

Recommended for replacement

Log book and Travel request control sheet

8524

Nissan UA7-NP200 1.6 WR

N/A

1 (one) in March 2018

Operations and Maintenance at the Huguenot Tunnel - Staff Transport Bus. Collect and deliver material, spares and suppliers. Provide transport for emergency stand-by team to various areas around the tunnel and the toll plaza.

Toyota Quantum 2.7 Ses'fikile 16S

Replacement of existing vehicle

Project Management Team

Recommended for replacement

Log book and Travel request control sheet

73320

Toyota Quantum 2.7 Ses'fikile 16S

N/A

1 (one) in June 2018

Operations and Maintenance at the Huguenot Tunnel - Maintenance Vehicle use by various technicians to operate and maintain the tunnel and toll system.

Nissan 2,5TD 4x2 WR

Replacement of existing vehicle

Project Management Team

Recommended for replacement

Log book and Supervision Management

7031

Nissan 2,5TD 4x2 WR

N/A

The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) response is as follows:

Total number

Question (a) (i)

5 (Total purchased during the period in question)

What is the purpose of each vehicle

Question (b)

Transporting of staff and official passengers, collecting and delivering of parcels and documents at various places; travelling to training venues, meetings and other official matters, travelling to places to inspect/survey vessels and investigate incidents, travelling to oil pollution and other incidents

Make of each vehicle

Question (c)

Toyota Hilux SC 2.7 VVTI RB SX

Costs of vehicle: R315 000.01

 

Toyota Corolla 1.6 Prestige

Costs of vehicle: R275 617.80

 

Toyota Corolla 1.6 Prestige

Costs of vehicle: R275 617.80

 

Ford Ranger Wildtrack 3.2 TDCI Double Cab

Cost of vehicle: R507 143.82

 

Toyota Hilux 4.0 V6 D/C 4x4 Raider Automatic

Cost of vehicle: R395 748.26

Assessment undertaken

Question (d)

No assessment was undertaken. Due to SAMSA’s operational needs and terrain to travel, LDVs 4x4 have previously been identified as suitable for official use.

Passenger vehicles were identified in the mid pricing range which is fuel efficient and which can comfortably carry up to 5 persons

Who undertook the assessment Question (e)?

N/A

Results of the assessment Question (f)

N/A

Monitoring of vehicle

Question (g)

Vehicles are fitted with a tracking device. Manual record is being kept of the movement of the vehicle

Vehicles travelled less than 10 000 kilometers

Question(h)(i)

All vehicles have travelled more than 10 000 kilometers, except the one of the East London Office

Which vehicles travelled less than 10 000 kilometers

Question(h)(i)

Toyota Hilux 4.0 V6 D/C 4x4 Raider Automatic

Why had each vehicle travelled less than 10 000 kilometers?

Question (h)(iii)

The one of the East London office is new (procured during September 2018)

11 March 2019 - NW359

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Transport

(1)What is the name of the (a) engineer who conducted a certain inspection (details furnished) and (b) company that the specified engineer works for; (2) has he found that there is no threat of structural damage and/or danger to life; (3) by what date will all the recommendations of the engineer be implemented; (4) will he furnish Mr M Waters with a copy of the full report of the engineer?

Reply:

Airports Company South Africa SOC Limited (ACSA)

1. The inspections were carried out by Mr. Nathaniel Seseletsi, who is employed by Airports Company South Africa in the capacity of Chief Civil Engineer. Mr. Seseletsi’s background is structural engineering and is a Certified Bridge Inspector by the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL).

2. The considered findings, which are contained under Section 2 of the enclosed report, confirm that there is no danger to human life. The report further confirms that, whilst cracks are structural in nature (i.e. they result from structural behaviour of the Bridge), they will not result in the collapse of the bridge.

3. The recommendations of the Chief Civil Engineer have been implemented, however the final inspection has not been conducted as the piers still need to re-painted. All works on the Piers will be concluded by Friday 01 March 2019.

4. The ACSA internal memo with the findings, conclusions and recommendations (Titled Pier 23 at ORTIA elevated road and dated 30 January 2019) has been enclosed with the responses.

11 March 2019 - NW358

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to his reply to question 3778 on 15 January 2019, (a) what is the name of the police officer commonly called Gold Tooth, (b) where is he currently stationed and (c) what promotions has he received since the Carte Blanch exposé;

Reply:

(1)(a) The name of the police officer is Constable DM Mapatlare.

(1)(b) The member is stationed at the Ekurhuleni North Cluster.

(1)(c) The member did not receive any promotion, since the Carte Blanche exposé.

(2)(a) A departmental case was investigated against the member and he was suspended without salary, privileges and benefits. The member was reinstated after the complainant relocated to the United Kingdom and failed to testify at the departmental trial. The criminal case, Edenvale, CAS 311/05/2015, was withdrawn at the court, due to the same reason.

(2)(b) The member performs duties as a crime prevention official

 

 

 

. Reply to question 358 recommended/

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MINISTER OF POLICE BH CELE, MP

Date:

11 March 2019 - NW326

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Mkhaliphi, Ms HO to ask the Minister of Economic Development

(a) What amount of steel has the country (i) exported and (ii) imported in each of the past 10 years and (b) which trading country was steel (i) imported to and (ii) exported from in each case?

Reply:

I have been furnished with the following data related to imports and exports of flat steel and long steel products:

Exports from South Africa between 2009 and 2018:

Table 1: Steel Export statistics (Tons)

Imports to South Africa between 2009 and 2018:

Table 2: Steel Import statistics (Tons)

ITAC advises that South Africa’s imports of steel originate mainly from the China, the UK, Japan and Germany. South Africa exports steel mainly to Zambia, Zimbabwe, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Mozambique.

Export destinations and import sources change from time to time however, and a more detailed study would need to conducted to see the changes in the composition of import/export trading partners.

A number of government initiatives are geared to increasing the level of steel beneficiation in South Africa. These include the expansion of localization in the processing of local scrap metal, support for steel-industry initiatives and the localization requirements for the use of steel in public infrastructure projects.

-END-

11 March 2019 - NW508

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Mokoena, Mr L to ask the minister of arts and culture”

(a). What number of (i) buildings, (ii) properties and (iii) facilities does his department currently (aa) own and (bb) rent, (b) what is the value and purpose of each (i) owned and (ii) rented property and (c)(i) for how long has each property been rented, (ii) from whom is each property rented and (iii) what is the monthly rental fee for each property?

Reply:

a) (ii) (bb) My Department has rented one property

b) (i) The value and purpose of the rented property are as follows:

Property name

Value of rented property

Purpose of rented property

Sechaba House/Van Wijk Louw

??

Office Accommodation

c) Each property has been rented as follows:

 

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

Property name

Rental period of property

From whom the property is rented

Monthly rental fee for the property (Rand)

Sechaba House/Van Wijk Louw

Seven years

(DPW)/Rebosis Property

2 097 878.49

11 March 2019 - NW361

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Transport

What number of (a) road deaths per 100 000 persons occurred in (i) 2016, (ii) 2017 and (iii) 2018 and (b) the specified road deaths were pedestrians in each specified year?

Reply:

(a) Road deaths per 100 000 persons

(i) 2016: The number of fatalities per 100 000 population = 25,2

(ii) 2017: The number of fatalities per 100 000 population = 24,9

(iii) The 2018 figures are still being finalised.

(b) Road deaths for pedestrians

(i) Pedestrians fatalities for 2016: 5 410

(ii) Pedestrians fatalities for 2017: 5 337

(iii) The 2018 figures are still being finalised

11 March 2019 - NW335

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Dlamini, Mr MM to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)Was a tender advertised to appoint external technical assistance for Eskom; if not, why not; if so, on what date (a) was it advertised and (b) was the closing date; (2) what (a) number of bidders responded to the call to provide external technical assistance and (b) are the details of the name of each company and its bid price?

Reply:

The Parliamentary question has been forward to the State Owned Enterprise and the Department and the Ministry of Public Enterprises awaits their urgent response. Further information will be conveyed to Parliament as soon as the response is received.

11 March 2019 - NW348

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Van Der Walt, Ms D to ask the Minister of Public Service and Administration

What number of Public Service employees were employed in each provincial department of (a) education and (b) health (i) on the last day of the (aa) 2015-16, (bb) 2016-17 and (cc) 2017-18 financial years and (ii) on 28 February 2019?

Reply:

The number of Public Service employees that were employed in each provincial department of (a) education and (b) health (i) on the last day of the (aa) 2015-16, (bb) 2016-17 and (cc) 2017-18 financial years and (ii) on 31 January 2019 (February 2019 information not available at time of compilation), were as follows:

11 March 2019 - NW540

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Public Service and Administration

(1)Whether she, since her reply to question 2193 on 17 September 2018, is now able to indicate which criteria will be followed by her department to determine which civil servants can be offered early retirement packages; (2) what number of (a) black, (b) white, (c) coloured and (d) Indian civil servants meet the specified criteria; (3) with reference to the number of years of service in the Public Service, which is the (a) shortest, (b) average and (c) longest period of service required from civil servants in order to qualify for the specified retirement packages; (4) whether she will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

1. In terms of Section 16 (6) of the Public Service Act, 1994, approval of early retirement is a function delegated to each Executive Authority. This means each Executive Authority uses his or her discretion to approve early retirement, taking into account the motivation furnished by the employee when applying for early retirement.

DPSA has however provided criteria to be considered by Executive Authority when approving early retirement which are as follows:

i) the applicant is aged 55 to 60 years

ii) here shall be no negative impact on the delivery of services by the department

iii) there shall be no skills deficit created within the department

iv) the Human Resources Planning needs were considered

v) potential future fiscal savings will be realised in terms of NT’s conditions, and

vi) consideration is given to functions that are not aligned to a department’s mandate, structure and post provisioning norms.

We still need to engage Labour before issuing the early retirement circular and guideline.

2. This information will only be available once the Executive Authority of each department approved the application they received from the employees in their departments.

3. When an employee retires, his or her pension benefits are determined by the number of years of pensionable service. An employee with less than ten years of service, only receives a once-off lump sum (gratuity), whereas an employee with more than ten years of service, receives both a gratuity and monthly pension (annuity). An employee with less that fifteen years actual service, does not qualify for continued post-retirement medical assistance.

4. Not at this stage.

11 March 2019 - NW388

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Stubbe, Mr DJ to ask the Minister of Police

What number of (a) children and (b) adults were reported as missing in the (i) 2015- 16, (ii) 2016-17 and (iii) 2017-18 financial years?

Reply:

(a)(b)(i)(ii)(iii)

(i) 2015/2016

(ii) 2016/2017

(iii) 2017/2018

Children

Adults

Children

Adults

Children

Adults

839

3 529

902

3 454

861

3 793

 

 

 

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MINISTEROFPOL!CE BHCELE,MP

Date:

11 March 2019 - NW320

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Health

What is the current total number of public healthcare practitioners that are employed in each occupation in each province in the public sector?

Reply:

The table below indicate the current health care practitioners per profession and per province as at 31 January 2019.

Current total number of public health practitioners per profession as at 31 January 2019

National / Province

Health Professions

Total

Eastern Cape

AUDIOLOGIST

4

 

AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

2

 

CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER

11

 

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRIM H CARE)

180

 

DENTIST

124

 

DENTIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

17

 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

27

 

DIETICIAN

99

 

DIETICIAN (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

19

 

EMERGENCY CARE OFFICER

2232

 

EMERGENCY CARE PRACTIONER (BASIC)

8

 

EMERGENCY CARE TECHNICIAN

21

 

EMS COURSE CO-ORDINATOR

2

 

EMS DISTRICT MANAGER

7

 

EMS LECTURER (AEA)

2

 

EMS LECTURER (ECT)

1

 

EMS LECTURER (PARAMEDIC)

6

 

EMS SHIFT LEADER

187

 

EMS STATION MANAGER

52

 

EMS SUB-DISTRICT MANAGER

7

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

5

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER (COMMUNITY SERV)

1

 

FORENSIC OFFICER

51

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY OFFICER

49

 

MEDICAL OFFICER

1218

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

149

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (INTERN)

391

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTIST AND PROSTETIST (COMMUNITY SERV)

1

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTISTS & PROSTHETISTS

19

 

MEDICAL SPECIALIST (SUB-SPECIALITY)

6

 

NURSING ASSISTANT

5352

 

NUTRITIONIST

15

 

NUTRITIONIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

1

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

93

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

46

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

10

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN

12

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

257

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (PRIMARY H CARE)

350

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (SPECIALITY UNIT)

432

 

OPTOMETRIST

7

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

16

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

1

 

ORTHOPAEDIC AND PROSTHETIC ASSISTANT

11

 

ORTHOPAEDIC FOOTWEAR TECHNICIAN

8

 

PARAMEDIC

36

 

PHARMACIST

294

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

67

 

PHARMACIST (INTERN)

47

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (BASIC)

183

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

324

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

121

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

41

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT

13

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

363

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

7067

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY NURSING)

1572

 

PSYCHOLOGIST

68

 

PSYCHOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

3

 

RADIOGRAPHER

348

 

RADIOGRAPHER (MAMMOGRAPHY)

10

 

RADIOGRAPHER (NUCLEAR MEDICINE)

5

 

RADIOGRAPHER (RADIATION ONCOLOGY)

7

 

RADIOGRAPHER (SUPPLEMENTARY DIAGNOSTIC)

28

 

RADIOGRAPHER (ULTRASOUND)

6

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL)

121

 

SPEECH THERAPIST

2

 

SPEECH THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

4

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST

40

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERV)

10

 

SPEECH THERAPY (ASSISTANT)

1

 

STAFF NURSE

3316

 

STUDENT NURSE

1

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

117

 

SPECIALIST (DENTAL)

1

Eastern Cape Total

 

25725

Free State

AUDIOLOGIST

2

 

CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER

43

 

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRIM H CARE)

317

 

DENTIST

43

 

DENTIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

7

 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

3

 

DIETICIAN

47

 

DIETICIAN (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

5

 

EMERGENCY CARE OFFICER

1333

 

EMERGENCY CARE TECHNICIAN

41

 

EMS COURSE CO-ORDINATOR

6

 

EMS DISTRICT MANAGER

8

 

EMS LECTURER (PARAMEDIC)

12

 

EMS PROVINCIAL MANAGER

1

 

EMS SHIFT LEADER

78

 

EMS STATION MANAGER

39

 

EMS SUB-DISTRICT MANAGER

2

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

5

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER (COMMUNITY SERV)

8

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY OFFICER

38

 

MEDICAL OFFICER

393

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

44

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (INTERN)

148

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTISTS & PROSTHETISTS

15

 

MEDICAL SPECIALIST (SUB-SPECIALITY)

3

 

NURSING ASSISTANT

2000

 

NUTRITIONIST

1

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

52

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

6

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

3

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN

12

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

94

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (PRIMARY H CARE)

170

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (SPECIALITY UNIT)

204

 

OPTOMETRIST

8

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

8

 

ORTHOPAEDIC AND PROSTHETIC ASSISTANT

12

 

ORTHOPAEDIC FOOTWEAR TECHNICIAN

3

 

PARAMEDIC

2

 

PHARMACIST

77

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

22

 

PHARMACIST (INTERN)

4

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (BASIC)

23

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

299

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

50

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

13

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT

6

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

208

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

1575

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY NURSING)

764

 

PSYCHOLOGIST

28

 

PSYCHOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

4

 

RADIOGRAPHER

143

 

RADIOGRAPHER (MAMMOGRAPHY)

1

 

RADIOGRAPHER (NUCLEAR MEDICINE)

7

 

RADIOGRAPHER (RADIATION ONCOLOGY)

4

 

RADIOGRAPHER (SUPPLEMENTARY DIAGNOSTIC)

10

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL)

191

 

SPEECH THERAPIST

6

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST

2

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERV)

8

 

SPEECH THERAPY (ASSISTANT)

1

 

STAFF NURSE

972

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

102

Free State Total

 

9736

Gauteng

AUDIOLOGIST

12

 

AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

1

 

CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER

96

 

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRIM H CARE)

1651

 

DENTIST

226

 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

18

 

DIETICIAN

200

 

DIETICIAN (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

9

 

EMERGENCY CARE OFFICER

1339

 

EMERGENCY CARE PRACTIONER (BASIC)

3

 

EMERGENCY CARE TECHNICIAN

105

 

EMS COURSE CO-ORDINATOR

2

 

EMS DISTRICT MANAGER

8

 

EMS LECTURER (ECT)

2

 

EMS LECTURER (PARAMEDIC)

10

 

EMS OPERATIONAL MANAGER

2

 

EMS SHIFT LEADER

130

 

EMS STATION MANAGER

35

 

EMS SUB-DISTRICT MANAGER

1

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

7

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER (COMMUNITY SERV)

2

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY OFFICER

188

 

MEDICAL OFFICER

1861

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

49

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (INTERN)

625

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTISTS & PROSTHETISTS

29

 

MEDICAL SPECIALIST (SUB-SPECIALITY)

10

 

NURSING ASSISTANT

6432

 

NUTRITIONIST

5

 

NUTRITIONIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

1

 

OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENIST

8

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

177

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

14

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

18

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN

110

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

520

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (PRIMARY H CARE)

108

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (SPECIALITY UNIT)

469

 

OPTOMETRIST

49

 

OPTOMETRIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

1

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

41

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

1

 

ORTHOPAEDIC AND PROSTHETIC ASSISTANT

11

 

ORTHOPAEDIC FOOTWEAR TECHNICIAN

8

 

PARAMEDIC

45

 

PHARMACIST

359

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

24

 

PHARMACIST (INTERN)

9

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (BASIC)

198

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

521

 

PHARMACY ASSISTANT

1

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

180

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

19

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT

36

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

677

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

7648

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY NURSING)

2809

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (STUDENT)

2472

 

PSYCHOLOGIST

169

 

PSYCHOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

10

 

RADIOGRAPHER

556

 

RADIOGRAPHER (MAMMOGRAPHY)

9

 

RADIOGRAPHER (NUCLEAR MEDICINE)

29

 

RADIOGRAPHER (RADIATION ONCOLOGY)

27

 

RADIOGRAPHER (SUPPLEMENTARY DIAGNOSTIC)

4

 

RADIOGRAPHER (ULTRASOUND)

15

 

REGISTRAR (DENTAL)

42

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL SPECIALIST)

1

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL)

1179

 

SPEECH THERAPIST

38

 

SPEECH THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

2

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST

80

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERV)

4

 

SPEECH THERAPY (ASSISTANT)

6

 

STAFF NURSE

7415

 

STOMATOLOGIST

15

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

839

 

SPECIALIST (DENTAL)

42

Gauteng Total

 

40074

KwaZulu Natal

AUDIOLOGIST

52

 

AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

39

 

CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER

76

 

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRIM H CARE)

2422

 

DENTIST

100

 

DENTIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

47

 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

45

 

DIETICIAN

139

 

DIETICIAN (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

43

 

EMERGENCY CARE OFFICER

2371

 

EMERGENCY CARE PRACTIONER (BASIC)

1

 

EMERGENCY CARE TECHNICIAN

28

 

EMS COURSE CO-ORDINATOR

3

 

EMS DISTRICT MANAGER

4

 

EMS LECTURER (ECT)

1

 

EMS LECTURER (PARAMEDIC)

19

 

EMS OPERATIONAL MANAGER

2

 

EMS SHIFT LEADER

208

 

EMS SUB-DISTRICT MANAGER

23

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

5

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER (COMMUNITY SERV)

5

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY OFFICER

411

 

MEDICAL OFFICER

2089

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

191

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (INTERN)

860

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTISTS & PROSTHETISTS

55

 

MEDICAL SPECIALIST (SUB-SPECIALITY)

1

 

NURSING ASSISTANT

5993

 

NUTRITIONIST

546

 

OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENIST

1

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

82

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

60

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

5

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN

52

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

387

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (PRIMARY H CARE)

816

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (SPECIALITY UNIT)

463

 

OPTOMETRIST

61

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

32

 

ORTHOPAEDIC AND PROSTHETIC ASSISTANT

21

 

ORTHOPAEDIC FOOTWEAR TECHNICIAN

4

 

PARAMEDIC

90

 

PHARMACIST

532

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

107

 

PHARMACIST (INTERN)

103

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (BASIC)

356

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

760

 

PHARMACY ASSISTANT

9

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

200

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

67

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT

19

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

521

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

7814

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY NURSING)

3584

 

PSYCHOLOGIST

71

 

PSYCHOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

11

 

RADIOGRAPHER

508

 

RADIOGRAPHER (MAMMOGRAPHY)

2

 

RADIOGRAPHER (NUCLEAR MEDICINE)

10

 

RADIOGRAPHER (RADIATION ONCOLOGY)

8

 

RADIOGRAPHER (SUPPLEMENTARY DIAGNOSTIC)

9

 

RADIOGRAPHER (ULTRASOUND)

21

 

REGISTRAR (ACADEMIC)

11

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL)

342

 

SPEECH THERAPIST

31

 

SPEECH THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

22

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST

17

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERV)

21

 

STAFF NURSE

9626

 

STAFF NURSE

3

 

STUDENT NURSE

744

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

521

KwaZulu Natal Total

 

43903

Limpopo Province

AUDIOLOGIST

1

 

CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER

15

 

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRIM H CARE)

1377

 

DENTIST

166

 

DENTIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

16

 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

14

 

DIETICIAN

300

 

DIETICIAN (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

12

 

EMERGENCY CARE OFFICER

1587

 

EMERGENCY CARE TECHNICIAN

8

 

EMS DISTRICT MANAGER

2

 

EMS LECTURER (PARAMEDIC)

5

 

EMS SHIFT LEADER

187

 

EMS STATION MANAGER

37

 

ENTOMOLOGY ASSISTANT

3

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

10

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER (COMMUNITY SERV)

38

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY OFFICER

65

 

MEDICAL OFFICER

927

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

147

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (INTERN)

251

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTISTS & PROSTHETISTS

6

 

MEDICAL SPECIALIST (SUB-SPECIALITY)

1

 

NURSING ASSISTANT

4535

 

NUTRITIONIST

41

 

NUTRITIONIST ASSISTANT

1

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

134

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

14

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

7

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN

124

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

201

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (PRIMARY H CARE)

252

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (SPECIALITY UNIT)

89

 

OPTOMETRIST

113

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

40

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

6

 

ORTHOPAEDIC AND PROSTHETIC ASSISTANT

14

 

ORTHOPAEDIC FOOTWEAR TECHNICIAN

1

 

PARAMEDIC

23

 

PHARMACIST

412

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

82

 

PHARMACIST (INTERN)

53

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (BASIC)

90

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

326

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

163

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

20

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT

21

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

278

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

5161

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY NURSING)

1707

 

PSYCHOLOGIST

70

 

PSYCHOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

3

 

RADIOGRAPHER

185

 

RADIOGRAPHER (MAMMOGRAPHY)

4

 

RADIOGRAPHER (NUCLEAR MEDICINE)

1

 

RADIOGRAPHER (SUPPLEMENTARY DIAGNOSTIC)

15

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL)

31

 

SPEECH THERAPIST

5

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST

66

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERV)

10

 

STAFF NURSE

3964

 

STUDENT NURSE

568

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

55

 

SPECIALIST (DENTAL)

3

Limpopo Province Total

 

24063

Mpumalanga

AUDIOLOGIST

11

 

AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

7

 

CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER

33

 

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRIM H CARE)

479

 

DENTIST

89

 

DENTIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

11

 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

31

 

DIETICIAN

94

 

DIETICIAN (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

20

 

EMERGENCY CARE OFFICER

843

 

EMERGENCY CARE PRACTIONER (BASIC)

6

 

EMERGENCY CARE PRACTIONER (MNGMNT)

1

 

EMERGENCY CARE TECHNICIAN

13

 

EMS COURSE CO-ORDINATOR

3

 

EMS DISTRICT MANAGER

3

 

EMS LECTURER (PARAMEDIC)

1

 

EMS SHIFT LEADER

5

 

EMS STATION MANAGER

37

 

EMS SUB-DISTRICT MANAGER

1

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

2

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

5

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER (COMMUNITY SERV)

14

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY OFFICER

63

 

MEDICAL OFFICER

668

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

165

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (INTERN)

143

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTISTS & PROSTHETISTS

10

 

MEDICAL SPECIALIST (SUB-SPECIALITY)

1

 

NURSING ASSISTANT

1443

 

NUTRITIONIST

22

 

NUTRITIONIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

1

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

63

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

30

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

1

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN

15

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

86

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (PRIMARY H CARE)

229

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (SPECIALITY UNIT)

109

 

OPTOMETRIST

7

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

8

 

ORTHOPAEDIC AND PROSTHETIC ASSISTANT

4

 

ORTHOPAEDIC FOOTWEAR TECHNICIAN

2

 

PARAMEDIC

15

 

PHARMACIST

197

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

48

 

PHARMACIST (INTERN)

20

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (BASIC)

80

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

179

 

PHARMACY ASSISTANT

1

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

72

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

40

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT

2

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

208

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

3294

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY NURSING)

839

 

PSYCHOLOGIST

25

 

PSYCHOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

3

 

RADIOGRAPHER

113

 

RADIOGRAPHER (MAMMOGRAPHY)

1

 

RADIOGRAPHER (SUPPLEMENTARY DIAGNOSTIC)

5

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL)

12

 

SPEECH THERAPIST

6

 

SPEECH THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

12

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST

25

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERV)

13

 

SPEECH THERAPY (ASSISTANT)

1

 

STAFF NURSE

1787

 

STUDENT NURSE

575

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

50

 

SPECIALIST (DENTAL)

1

Mpumalanga Total

 

12403

National Departments

CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER

209

 

DENTIST

1

 

DIETICIAN

4

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

33

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER (COMMUNITY SERV)

6

 

FORENSIC ANALYST

121

 

FORENSIC OFFICER

1

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

3

 

NUTRITIONIST

6

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

2

 

OPTOMETRIST

1

 

PHARMACIST

6

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

19

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

4

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

10

 

RADIOGRAPHER

1

 

REGISTRAR (INTERIM)

1

 

SPECIALIST (EPIDEMIOLOGIST)

1

 

STAFF NURSE

1

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

1

National Departments Total

 

431

North West

AUDIOLOGIST

4

 

AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

3

 

CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER

25

 

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRIM H CARE)

445

 

DENTIST

49

 

DENTIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

28

 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

20

 

DIETICIAN

73

 

DIETICIAN (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

32

 

EMERGENCY CALL CENTRE AGENT

7

 

EMERGENCY CARE OFFICER

548

 

EMERGENCY CARE PRACTIONER (BASIC)

3

 

EMERGENCY CARE TECHNICIAN

94

 

EMS COURSE CO-ORDINATOR

3

 

EMS DISTRICT MANAGER

4

 

EMS LECTURER (AEA)

2

 

EMS LECTURER (ECT)

9

 

EMS LECTURER (PARAMEDIC)

1

 

EMS SHIFT LEADER

73

 

EMS STATION MANAGER

16

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER (COMMUNITY SERV)

29

 

FORENSIC ANALYST

1

 

FORENSIC OFFICER

1

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY OFFICER

44

 

MEDICAL OFFICER

498

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

154

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (INTERN)

224

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTISTS & PROSTHETISTS

5

 

NURSING ASSISTANT

2744

 

NUTRITIONIST

6

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

34

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

29

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

10

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN

1

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

75

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (PRIMARY H CARE)

164

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (SPECIALITY UNIT)

90

 

OPTOMETRIST

4

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

7

 

ORTHOPAEDIC FOOTWEAR TECHNICIAN

1

 

PHARMACIST

190

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

74

 

PHARMACIST (INTERN)

11

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (BASIC)

90

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

79

 

PHARMACY ASSISTANT

1

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

43

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

42

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT

20

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (COMMUNITY SERVICE

386

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

2560

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY NURSING)

636

 

PSYCHOLOGIST

40

 

PSYCHOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

3

 

RADIOGRAPHER

81

 

RADIOGRAPHER (MAMMOGRAPHY)

3

 

RADIOGRAPHER (NUCLEAR MEDICINE)

3

 

RADIOGRAPHER (RADIATION ONCOLOGY)

5

 

RADIOGRAPHER (SUPPLEMENTARY DIAGNOSTIC)

5

 

RADIOGRAPHER (ULTRASOUND)

3

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL)

27

 

SPEECH THERAPIST

9

 

SPEECH THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

6

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST

3

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERV)

3

 

STAFF NURSE

980

 

STUDENT NURSE

116

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

74

North West Total

 

11053

Northern Cape

AUDIOLOGIST

5

 

AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

3

 

CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER

9

 

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRIM H CARE)

175

 

DENTIST

24

 

DENTIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

14

 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

17

 

DIETICIAN

37

 

DIETICIAN (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

14

 

EMERGENCY CARE OFFICER

690

 

EMERGENCY CARE PRACTIONER (BASIC)

12

 

EMERGENCY CARE TECHNICIAN

6

 

EMS COURSE CO-ORDINATOR

1

 

EMS DISTRICT MANAGER

7

 

EMS LECTURER (ECT)

1

 

EMS LECTURER (PARAMEDIC)

3

 

EMS SHIFT LEADER

17

 

EMS STATION MANAGER

11

 

EMS SUB-DISTRICT MANAGER

8

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

3

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER (COMMUNITY SERV)

13

 

FORENSIC ANALYST

4

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY OFFICER

40

 

MEDICAL OFFICER

242

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

81

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (INTERN)

68

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTISTS & PROSTHETISTS

5

 

NURSING ASSISTANT

850

 

NUTRITIONIST

4

 

NUTRITIONIST ASSISTANT

8

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

32

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

24

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN

1

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

51

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (PRIMARY H CARE)

116

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (SPECIALITY UNIT)

23

 

OPTOMETRIST

2

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

2

 

PARAMEDIC

1

 

PHARMACIST

70

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

48

 

PHARMACIST (INTERN)

8

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (BASIC)

29

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

58

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

35

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

24

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT

1

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

88

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

789

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY NURSING)

164

 

PSYCHOLOGIST

15

 

PSYCHOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

2

 

RADIOGRAPHER

70

 

RADIOGRAPHER (MAMMOGRAPHY)

2

 

RADIOGRAPHER (ULTRASOUND)

2

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL)

5

 

SPEECH THERAPIST

5

 

SPEECH THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

11

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST

6

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERV)

2

 

STAFF NURSE

241

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

29

 

SPECIALIST (DENTAL)

1

Northern Cape Total

 

4329

Western Cape

AUDIOLOGIST

32

 

AUDIOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

3

 

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRIM H CARE)

642

 

DENTIST

119

 

DENTIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

15

 

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

30

 

DIETICIAN

83

 

DIETICIAN (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

6

 

EMERGENCY CALL CENTRE AGENT

142

 

EMERGENCY CARE OFFICER

1374

 

EMERGENCY CARE TECHNICIAN

112

 

EMS COURSE CO-ORDINATOR

11

 

EMS DISTRICT MANAGER

10

 

EMS LECTURER (AEA)

1

 

EMS LECTURER (PARAMEDIC)

19

 

EMS OPERATIONAL MANAGER

3

 

EMS SHIFT LEADER

56

 

EMS STATION MANAGER

42

 

EMS SUB-DISTRICT MANAGER

8

 

FORENSIC OFFICER

19

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY (INTERN)

18

 

FORENSIC PATHOLOGY OFFICER

113

 

FORENSIC TOXICOLOGIST

2

 

MEDICAL OFFICER

1017

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

204

 

MEDICAL OFFICER (INTERN)

514

 

MEDICAL ORTHOTISTS & PROSTHETISTS

15

 

MEDICAL SPECIALIST (SUB-SPECIALITY)

104

 

NURSING ASSISTANT

4143

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

140

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

15

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

5

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN

29

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL)

187

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (PRIMARY H CARE)

165

 

OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (SPECIALITY UNIT)

285

 

OPTOMETRIST

1

 

ORAL HYGIENIST

55

 

ORTHOPAEDIC AND PROSTHETIC ASSISTANT

8

 

ORTHOPAEDIC FOOTWEAR TECHNICIAN

9

 

PARAMEDIC

135

 

PHARMACIST

358

 

PHARMACIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

33

 

PHARMACIST (INTERN)

30

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (BASIC)

65

 

PHARMACIST ASSISTANT (POST-BASIC)

503

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

134

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

25

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANT

4

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

35

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (GENERAL NURSING)

2772

 

PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY NURSING)

1410

 

PSYCHOLOGIST

83

 

PSYCHOLOGIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

2

 

RADIOGRAPHER

362

 

RADIOGRAPHER (NUCLEAR MEDICINE)

18

 

RADIOGRAPHER (RADIATION ONCOLOGY)

49

 

RADIOGRAPHER (ULTRASOUND)

32

 

REGISTRAR (DENTAL)

19

 

REGISTRAR (MEDICAL)

618

 

SPECIALIST (FORENSIC INVESTIGATOR)

1

 

SPEECH THERAPIST

33

 

SPEECH THERAPIST (COMMUNITY SERVICE)

7

 

SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST

5

 

STAFF NURSE

2603

 

SPECIALIST (MEDICAL)

641

 

SPECIALIST (DENTAL)

6

Western Cape Total

 

19739

Grand Total

 

191456

END.

11 March 2019 - NW369

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1)What (a) is the name of each gas company contracted to supply gas to Eskom, (b) price is each company contracted for, (c) amount of gas is each company supplying, (d) are the details of the ownership structure of each company and (e) is the length of each company’s contract to supply gas to Eskom; (2) what (a) is the name of each diesel company contracted to supply diesel to Eskom, (b) price is each company contracted for, (c) amount of diesel is each company supplying, (d) are the details of the ownership structure of each company and (e) is the length of each company’s contract to supply diesel to Eskom?

Reply:

1)(a)(b)(c)(d) 

Table 1 below provides responses to contracts relating to supply, delivery and offloading of industrial gasses:

Table 1: Details of gas contracts

Name of Supplier

(1)(a)

Price (R)

(1)(b)

Amount of gas supplying (1)(c)

Ownership structure

(1)(d)

Length of contract (1)(e)

WASAA

                     

The price is commercially sensitive, therefore cannot be disclosed.

Contracts are on an as and when required basis

Wasaa is 100% owned by Mampo Trust, with the following shareholding:

N.Qonde 20%;

T.Manala 20%;

A.Qonde; 20%;

Q.Manala 20%;

P.Manala 20%

One (1) year. 

African Oxygen

It’s a listed company with the following shareholding:

Public shareholders 38.94%

Linde Group 61.06%

Two (2) years. 

 

 

Name of Supplier

(1)(a)

Price (R)

(1)(b)

Amount of gas supplying (1)(c)

Ownership structure

(1)(d)

Length of contract (1)(e)

Air Liquide

The price is commercially sensitive, therefore cannot be disclosed.

Contracts are on an as and when required basis

99.93% owned by Air Liquide Afrique;

Anne-Marie Lemaire 0,02%

Martine de Royer 0,02%

Gerard Delorme 0,02%

Stephen Jampol 0,01%

Craig Jampol 0,01%

 

One (1) year and six (6) months.

                                       

(2)(a)(b)(c)(d)(e)

Table 2 below provides responses relating to contracts for the supply, delivery and offloading of diesel:

Table 2: Details of deisel contracts

Name of Supplier

(2)(a)

Price

(2)(b)

Amount of diesel supplying

(2)(c)

Ownership structure

(2)(d)

Length of contract

(2)(e)

PetroSA

Prices are commercially sensitive, therefore cannot be disclosed.

Contracts are as and when required basis

PetroSA is South Africa’s National Oil Company; & reports to the Department of Energy

Ten (10) year contract.

Afric Oil

71% owned by EFORA Energy and

29% owned by PIC (Public Investment Corporation). 

Ten (10) year contract.

Various Emergency Supplies

Eskom was granted approval by National Treasury to source diesel from Refineries in the event that contracted suppliers (PetroSA and Afric Oil) are unable to meet Eskom’s demand.  The refineries are BP; Engen; Sasol; Astron and Shell. 

11 March 2019 - NW352

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to the charges laid against the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa or any individuals connected to this state-owned entity, (a) what investigations have been initiated to date, (b) on what date was each investigation initiated, (c) what is the name of each investigating officer who has been allocated to each case and (d) what progress has been made in each case to date?

Reply:

(a) Number of case dockets under investigation:

  1. Hillbrow, CAS 405/07/2015 - Fraud and Corruption.
  2. Brooklyn, CAS 564/12/2017 - Fraud and Corruption.
  3. Brooklyn, CAS 605/10/2017 - Fraud and Corruption.
  4. Brooklyn, CAS 562/12/2017 - Fraud and Corruption.
  5. Brooklyn, CAS 278/09/2015 - Fraud and Corruption.

(b) Dates on which each investigation was initiated:

1. Hillbrow, CAS 405/07/2015

- 2015-07-08.

2. Brooklyn, CAS 564/12/2017

- 2017-12-07.

3. Brooklyn, CAS 605/10/2017

- 2017-10-25.

4. Brooklyn, CAS 562/12/2017

- 2017-11-29.

5. Brooklyn, CAS 278/09/2015

- 2015-09-10.

c) The particulars of the investigating officers cannot be divulged, to ensure that the cases are investigated without fear or favour.

(d) Progress made in each case to date:

1. Hillbrow, CAS 405/07/2015:

The matter is still under investigation. A total of 250 statements were obtained and case plan meetings with prosecutors, who are allocated to the case, are held on a monthly basis.

2. Brooklyn, CAS 564/12/2017:

Allegations contained in this matter are the same as those in Hillbrow, CAS 405/07/2015.

3. Brooklyn, CAS 605/10/2017:

Allegations contained in this matter are the same as those in Hillbrow, CAS 405/07/2015.

4. Brooklyn, CAS 562/12/2017:

The matter is under investigation. It was referred to the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), in December 2018, from the Provincial Detectives, in Gauteng. The complainant is to be interviewed in order to proceed with the investigation. The investigator has been analysing the audit report, identifying the potential witnesses and compiling an investigation plan.

5. Brooklyn, CAS 278/09/2015:

The matter is under investigation. To date, 90 statements have been obtained and case plan meetings with prosecutors, allocated to the case, are held on a monthly basis.

 

 

Reply to question 352 recommended/

ION COM

KJ (SOEG)

GENERAL ER: UT AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

Date: ›019 » »

Reply to question 352 approved/not approved

MINISTER OF POLICE

BH CELE, MP

Date:

11 March 2019 - NW393

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What (a) number of (i) artisans, (ii) technicians and (iii) engineers have (aa) resigned and (bb) retired from Eskom in each year in the period 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2018 and (b) is the race of each person in each specified category who (i) resigned and (ii) retired in each specified year?

Reply:

The Parliamentary question has been forward to the State Owned Enterprise and the Ministry of Public Enterprises awaits their urgent response. Further information will be conveyed to Parliament as soon as the response is received.

11 March 2019 - NW356

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Hunsinger, Mr CH to ask the Minister of Transport

(a) What legal action has taken place between Airports Company South Africa and a certain company (name furnished) (i) in the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 January 2019, (b) why was legal action instituted in each case, (c) what has been the outcome in each case and (d)(i) which matters are still outstanding and (ii) why is each of the specified matters still outstanding?

Reply:

Airports Company South Africa SOC Limited (ACSA)

a) An application under case number 25363/2018 to declare that the Invitation for bidders to submit a proposal to be issued a license to provide ground handling services issued to market was in violation of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 and the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act 3 of 2000.

(i) The only legal action is as per (a) above and it was only in the last financial year 2018/2019

(ii) There has been a continuation of the matter under case number 25363/2018. Swissport South Africa Proprietary Limited have been successful in joining the Minister of Finance in relation to the argument pertaining to the constitutionality of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 5 of 2000

(b) Airports Company South Africa issued a request for an “Invitation for bidders to submit a proposal to be issued a license to provide ground handling services” to market on 16 May 2018, following which Swissport South Africa Proprietary Limited launched the application under case number 25363/2018 as it believed the Invitation was unlawful and in violation of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 and the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act 3 of 2000.

(c) The matter is still sub judice

(d)(i) The matter under case number 25363/2018

(ii) The matter is still sub judice as a result there can be no finality until a competent court has handed down judgment and the parties do not appeal or cannot appeal the judgment.