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25 February 2021 - NW88

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Steyn, Ms A to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whether any of the 700 000 hectares of State land, that is currently being made available for farmers, falls under the control of her department, if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) how many hectares fall under the control of her department, (b) where is the land situated and (c) who is currently occupying the land?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The 700 000 hectares made available to farmers is under the control of the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD).

a) None of these hectares fall under the control of Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure;

b) The land is situated throughout national and provincial spheres of government;

c) According to DALRRD, the land is vacant.

25 February 2021 - NW176

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Clarke, Ms M to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whether there is a budget to repair the lift at the Germiston Police Station that has eight floors; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what is the budget and (b) on what date will the lift be repaired?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

I am informed by the Department that budget is available for the maintenance of the lifts at the Germiston Police Station through a term contract.

Germiston Police Station vertical transportation service comprises of five lifts. All the lifts have reached and exceeded their end of lifespan and are over-due for a complete replacement.

Three lifts are out of service due to age and spares unavailability, the balance of two lifts are in service under the DPWI’s Johannesburg Region planned maintenance, however, only one lift is in operation as the other is currently switched off by the maintenance service provider whilst awaiting critical spare parts from the overseas suppliers.

a) The maintenance budget is available under a maintenance contract for the lifts under DPWI responsibility. Only two (2) of the five (5) lifts fleet in Germiston SAPS are repairable, though all have exceed their useful life and are beyond economic repair. The entire fleet needs to be replaced from a capital works fund to be provided by SAPS as a client.

b) A plan has been initiated to register a capital works project that will accommodate the replacement of the dilapidated lifts; this entails an instruction from the User Department (SAPS) together with funding allocations. The replacement period for the lifts is estimated at 12 to 18 months as lifts are being imported.

25 February 2021 - NW183

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Van Minnen, Ms BM to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)With reference to recommendations made by the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) after its oversight visit to the Beitbridge Border Post and the state of the fence built during 2020 by her department as part of the Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, (a) what did her department’s Acting Director-General mean during the meeting of 2 February 2021 when he stated that her department’s Accounting Officer is only taking steps to ensure that all physical defects in the fence are rectified because Scopa recommended it and (b) what plans has her department put in place to rectify all the defects that it also admits exist; (2) in view of the recommendation that all supply chain management personnel be vetted and with Scopa now being told that this will take until March 2022, (a) what are the reasons for such a long delay with compliance with this recommendation and (b) what is being done to expedite this; (3) (a) what progress is being made on the recommendations to blacklist the principal contractor and the main contractor from doing business with the Government in terms of Regulation 14 of the Preferential Procurement Regulations of 2017 and (b) why there is still a number of contracts with these companies in place? NW186E

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. (a) To have an informed position on the feasibility of rectifying all physical defects of the Beitbridge Border fence, the Accounting Officer sanctioned a detailed Technical Condition Assessment of the constructed 40km border fence to determine the extent of material deficiencies and breaches. The assessment was undertaken during December 2020.

On 2 February 2021, the outcome of this assessment was reported against recommendation (b) of the Report of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts on its oversight visit to Beitbridge Border Post, from 4 to 6 September 2020, dated 17 November 2020 (ATC of 19 November 2020), which stated that:

The Committee recommends that the Accounting Officer ensures that all physical defects are rectified in line with all applicable regulations,

(b) As the fence, in its current form, is not fit for purpose and in material non-compliance with the specifications, the Department has taken a decision not to entertain the possibility of any further repairs of the fence.

Any further border fence initiatives will be located in the context of the Integrated Border Management solution currently underway. In this regard, the site clearance process is aimed at being completed by June this year, from where the Department will embrace and utilise a best practice approach to border security in consultation with the Department of Defence (DoD). The relevant Request for Information (RFI) on the Integrated Border Fence Solutions will accordingly be published by the end of March 2021 to facilitate consultations for solutions.

2. (a) I am informed by the Department that Security Vetting is a lengthy process and usually takes 3 months or more to complete. The Department has 7 Vetting officials who must vet the outstanding 253 SCM and Bid Committee officials.

The vetting process includes the following steps:

 

      • The SCM officials must complete the Z204 Vetting forms and attach personal documents such as copies of bank statements (savings, investment, house loan, vehicles loan, business interests), copies of academic qualifications, as well as other relevant documents. 
      • Thereafter fieldwork interviews by the vetting officers commence, where they go around the country to interview references of the official who is being vetted. Thereafter follows a personal interview with the official and his/her supervisor. 
      • The vetting officer compiles the report from where the vetting files are submitted to the State Security Agency (SSA) to conduct a polygraph test.
      • After the polygraph test, the files go to the SSA Evaluation Unit to determine whether security clearance should be issued or not. 
      • It should be noted that the SSA has to cater for all Government Departments and SOEs where the standard SSA process for polygraph testing and evaluation can sometimes take up to a year or more.

The process outlined above, is what informed the anticipated timeframe of completing the vetting of SCM and Bid Committee officials by March 2022.

 

(b) The Accounting Officer requested that SSA consider the DPWI vetting files as top priority for the expedition of polygraph testing as well as evaluation of vetting files. The Minister has also requested that the process be concluded as soon as possible.

3. (a) It was recommended that the Principal Agent and the main contractor be restricted from doing business with Government subject to the application of the relevant due process and National Treasury concurrence, pursuant to the examination of the findings of the investigation that they acted in an irregular manner in their respective engagements with the DPWI.

The matter served before the Restriction Committee and Authority (RCAA) on 28 August 2020, after which detailed evidence contained in the Investigation Report was sought by the RCAA to enable it to continue its business. The Department was compelled to delay the release of this information and to reconstitute the composition of the RCAA recognising that the chairperson of the RCAA was one of the officials cited in the investigation report and subject to disciplinary action.

Another reason for delaying the release of the report to the RCAA, was to allow the Department to initiate and advance disciplinary processes before releasing the investigation report to third parties to protect the confidentiality of the information contained in the report.

On 11 February 2021 the department approved the final charges against the officials and formally reconstituted the RCAA to exclude from membership of the Committee any person who may have a conflict of interest. On 12 February 2021 the matter was tabled again with the RCAA and all the relevant reports and supporting evidence were provided to the committee to enable it to conclude its work.

The Committee has considered and studied the relevant investigation reports and issued letters to the contractor and consultant on 26 February 2021 requesting reasons why the Department should not recommend to National Treasury their restriction from doing business with the State. The RCAA has indicated that it will afford the respective service providers a period of 14 days to provide their written representations. The RCAA estimates that this process will be finalised by mid-March 2021.

(b) At this stage, the Department has not identified any justifiable grounds to terminate the existing contracts, as these contracts have been duly awarded. However, the Department is in the process of reviewing these contracts though its Internal Audit unit.

The Department is further seeking legal advice as to whether the conduct of the respective companies in relation to the Beitbridge contract constitutes sufficient grounds to seek termination of their remaining contracts with the Department. The matter is currently under legal review.

25 February 2021 - NW222

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)Whether, with reference to the 89 Non-Profit Organisations (NPO) in the Eastern Cape that form part of the Non-State Sector Expanded Public Works Programme, the NPOs are required to pay Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) and Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act (COIDA) contributions on behalf of their participants; if not, why not; if so, are the contributions monitored by the Independent Development Trust; (2) whether the specified contribution from the NPOs are up to date; if not, (a) what measures are in place to ensure that outstanding monies are paid up on behalf of the participants and (b)(i) what total amount of outstanding contributions are owed for UIF and COIDA to her department and (ii) by which NPOs; (3) whether the stipend allocations are made in advance; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what happens to any excess monies that are not paid over to participants in cases such as absenteeism, (b) how often are the calculations made as to the amount of excess monies held by the NPO and (c) is there a record of anticipated expenditure versus actual expenditure in respect of each NPO; (4) in cases where the stipend allocations are made in arrears, what are the time frames for payments to the NPOs for each payment period? NW225E

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. I am informed by the Department that to implement the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) Non-State Sector Non-Profit Organisation (NPOs) programme in the Eastern Cape Province, a total of forty eight (48) NPOs were contracted for two years in the 2019/20 financial year. From April – November 2020, twenty four (24) NPOs were utilized to implement the EPWP COVID-19 Response Project.

Based on the contract signed between the intermediary the Independent Development Trust (IDT) and the NPOs, there is an allocation paid to NPOs to ensure they pay the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) and Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act (COIDA) for participants contracted in the programme.

The payments done by the NPOs towards UIF and COIDA to the Department of Employment and Labour (DEL) are monitored by the IDT in the following manner:

  • Upon contracting, NPOs have to submit a valid Letter of Good Standing with the UIF and for COIDA to cover the period of the programme/project implementation.
  • NPOs also expected to submit a proof of payment of the UIF to DEL to the IDT before the allocation can be paid.

2. All twenty four 24 NPOs contracted to implement the EPWP COVID-19 response are up to date with the COIDA contributions. However, from these NPOs, three (3) NPOs are not up to date with the UIF contributions.

(a) To ensure all outstanding monies are paid on behalf of participants to UIF and COIDA, the IDT continues to remind and encourage NPOs to settle any outstanding payments as the existing contracts signed with the NPOs does not have any punitive measures to be enforced.

(b)

(i) There are no outstanding contributions owed to and by NPOs on COIDA. Only three (3) NPOs have outstanding contributions on UIF. The 3 NPOs submitted their invoices to the IDT in February 2021 for the payment of UIF they did on behalf of participants, while participants had finished working on 13 November 2020. No payment has been done yet by the IDT to the NPOs, as the NPOs have been requested to provide evidence that payment was done for participants during the implementation of the EPWP COVID-19 Response Project.

(ii) The three (3) NPOs mentioned above are indicated in table 1 below:

Table 1: NPOs with outstanding UIF Payments

Item

District Municipality

Name of NPO

UIF Allocation

UIF Amount Spent

UIF Amount Un-spent

1.

Alfred Nzo

Ixabiso Lomntu Aids Awareness & Home Base Care

R5,641.86

R0.00

R5,641.86

2.

Alfred Nzo

Mount Frere Paralegal Advice Centre

R6,363.00

R0.00

R6,363.00

3.

Amathole

Ubabalo Lusanele Skills Centre

R5,641.86

R0.00

R5,641.86

3. Payment of stipends/wages to the NPOs are not made in advance. The payments to NPOs for participants stipends are based on claims submitted to the IDT for the work done supported by attendance registers.

a) The issue of excess monies does not apply in the NSS NPOs programme, as payments of stipends/wages are made on the basis of submission of the invoices which are supported by the attendance registers.

b) Calculations for payments held by NPOs on outstanding stipends/wages do not apply in the NPOs programme, as there are no advance payments made in the programme.

c) Yes, there are records of projected expenditure and actual expenditure for each NPO kept. Upon contracting, NPOs are allocated a budget based on the number of participants they should contract against the number of work days included in the contract. From this information, the IDT is able to project monthly expenditure for each NPO prior. For actual expenditure of projects, NPOs are also expected to submit invoices on monthly basis before payments can be done.

4) It takes 14 days to process the invoice of the NPO provided there are no corrections needed to be made by the NPO. The NPO invoice payment will exceed 14 days in cases where the NPOs have to make corrections. The turn-around time for payment depends on the speed of correction of the invoice by the NPOs. This varies from NPO-to-NPO. The IDT does not pay the NPO until all corrections / queries have been addressed.

06 January 2021 - NW2236

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De Villiers, Mr JN to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)What (a) total number of ministerial houses does her department own for the use of Ministers and Deputy Ministers and (b) is the total number of the specified ministerial houses that are (i) currently still being used by former Ministers and/or Deputy Ministers who have not vacated the properties and (ii) what are the names of the specified former Ministers and/or Deputy Ministers who are still living in ministerial houses; (2) whether the specified former Ministers and/or Deputy Ministers are paying market-related rentals for the use of the houses; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) what is the total number of the ministerial houses which are vacant or standing empty; (4) whether any of the vacant houses are being rented and/or leased out to tenants or any person who is not a Minister or Deputy Minister; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. (a) In Pretoria there are 63 houses for Ministers and Deputy Ministers, and in Cape Town there are 70 houses for Ministers and Deputy Ministers.

(b)(i) In Pretoria there is one house and in Cape Town there is none.

(ii) In Pretoria is former Deputy Minister Mr Gert Oosthuizen. The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure’s acting Director General has written to Mr Oosthuizen to vacate the property by end of January 2021.

2. The valuation of the market related rental that the former Deputy Minister has paid so far R240 000.

3. In Pretoria there are nine houses that are vacant, two of the houses will be reallocated, one is reserved for the President of the Pan African Parliament and one house is reserved for decanting purposes.

In Cape Town there are seven vacant houses, three houses will be reallocated and one house has been reserved for decanting.

4. In Pretoria one house has been rented out to a Section 9 institution at a market rent of R60 000 a month.

06 January 2021 - NW2589

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Siwisa, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

In view of the suspension of the Director-General (DG) of her department, what progress has been made in finalising the disciplinary hearing against the DG?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The President of the Republic of South Africa, Mr MC Ramaphosa, has mandated the Minister in the Presidency, Mr Jackson Mthembu, to attend to the matter relating to Director-General Adv Sam Vukela. Minister Mthembu is best placed to provide an update on the matter.

06 January 2021 - NW2415

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Nxumalo, Mr MN to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whether any progress has been made on talks between her department and its counterparts in the justice and police departments towards creating a system to co-ordinate and share information and tracking disciplinary cases that have resulted in criminal charges against officials; if not, how soon would she be able to provide relevant details in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details on the talks towards creating the specified system?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure has been working with various law enforcement agencies including the Hawks, SAPS, SIU, Assets Forfeiture Unit and the NPA. A Task Team consisting of members from these institutions has been established. The main responsibility of the Task Team is to ensure that the Department’s criminal referrals are prosecuted by NPA. The Department has been providing the list of criminal referrals to the Task Team for monitoring purposes. The Department further provides an update on the disciplinary cases to the Task Team for their noting and monitoring. The Task Team is also responsible for ensuring that there is no duplication of investigations. In the past, different organs of state would investigate the same matters without being aware of this. The Task Team sits once every quarter to discuss the progress on criminal referrals. The Task Team has also been reviewing some of the cases that were closed by NPA without the Department being informed of such a decision. The SIU is responsible for coordinating the meetings of the Task Team.

27 November 2020 - NW2242

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Selfe, Mr J to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whether her department owns a property at 62 Orchard Street, Newlands, Western Cape; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what is the extent of the specified property and (b) who currently occupies the property?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

Yes, the Department owns the property in question.

a) The site is made up of 4 erven and the total size is 3 830m².

b) It is currently occupied by the Departmental official (Director: Property Management in the Cape Town Regional Office)

I was informed that request to occupy the state-owned property was authorised in April 2018 by the then Regional Manager, Mr F Johnson, then Chief Director Mr B Kgasoane and Mr B Matutle, then Deputy Director-General IGC.

I have requested the Acting Director-General, Mr I Fazel, to investigate the matter.

27 November 2020 - NW2414

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Nxumalo, Mr MN to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)What total number of officials at national and provincial level were charged and found guilty of (a) financial misconduct, (b) irregular expenditure, (c) failure to comply with procurement procedures, (d) abuse of sick leave, (e) poor work performance, (f) theft and (g) sexual misconduct; (2) What mechanisms are there for establishing a national blacklisting register which can be consulted by government institutions at a (a) national, (b) provincial and (c) municipal level to ensure that in the event that the specified officials were found guilty they would not be able to gain employment in the Public Service until after a 5-year blacklisting period?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. The National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI)

Financial years

2017/2018

2018/2019

2019/2020

2020/2021

a) Financial misconduct

b) Irregular expenditure

c) Failure to comply with procurement procedures,

43 employees found guilty

26out of 43 employees reported above committed irregular expenditure

24out of 43 employees reported above found guilty for non-compliance with procurement procedures

50employees found guilty

40 out of 50employees reported abovecommitted irregular expenditure

35 out of 50employees reported above found guilty of non-compliance to procurement procedures

27 employees found guilty

10 out of 27 employees reported above committed irregular expenditure

10 out of 27 reported above found guilty for non-compliance with procurement procedures

7 employees found guilty

2 out of 7 employees reported abovecommitted irregular expenditure

1 out of 7employees reported above found guilty of non-compliance with procurement procedures

d) Abuse of sick leave

0

0

0

0

e) Poor work performance

0

0

0

0

f) Theft

0

1employee found guilty of theft

2 employees found guilty of theft

0

g) Sexual misconduct

0

0

1 employee found guilty of sexual harassment

0

The National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure does not have access to disciplinary records of Provincial Departments.

2. (a) The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) does not have a mechanisms for establishing a national blacklisting register which can be consulted by government institutions. The Department of Public Service and Administration(DPSA) is responsible for overseeing misconduct cases across government. The DPWI relies on the PERSAL system which is monitored by the DPSA together with the National Treasury upon which we are able to detect during appointments the status of employees who were either found guilty or not of misconduct in the public service.

The current mechanism (PERSAL System) is effective and reliable in providing disciplinary records of employees but it is utilized internally for the DPWI.

27 November 2020 - NW2741

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Nxumalo, Mr MN to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)With reference to the alleged poor workmanship by contractors appointed by her department on the Road P63-1 from Hebron Village running from the border of Gauteng and North West to Letlhabile near Brits as well as Road P34-6 from Jan Kempdorp to Christiana, for what amount were the contractors contracted to build the roads; (2) (a) what (i) amount will it cost to redo the specified roads and (ii) criteria were used to award the specified contracts to rebuild the roads and (b) how long is it envisaged that the completion of the roads will take?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

Road construction is the responsibility of the Provincial Department therefore the question should be referred to the MEC of the relevant Province.

26 November 2020 - NW2355

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) In light of the fact that the Independent Development Trust (IDT) was used as the implementing agent for the Expanded Public Works Programme’s (EPWP) Covid-19 response, (a) by what means were the nonprofit organisations (NPOs) identified, (b) what criteria were used to determine which NPOs would be used, (c) what number of the specified NPOs were already part of the nonstate sector (NSS) NPO EPWP programme; (2) what (a) number of organisations that were already contracted to the IDT as part of the NSS EPWP programme were not used and (b) were the reasons for not using them; (3) whether the original NSS EPWP NPO programme is going ahead for this financial year as well; if not, (a) why not and (b) on what legislation and/or legal provisions will she rely to avoid legal repercussions for the breach of contract; if so, how far is the IDT with the implementation of this programme?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) that the Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) that participated in DPWIExpanded Public Works Programmes (EPWP) COVID-19 response,were identified from an existing database of NPOs that were contracted by the Independent Development Trust (IDT)in 2019. These NPOs entered into a contractual agreement, with the IDT, for a period of two (2) years (i.e. 2019/20 – 2020/21) to implement the NPO programme activities.Considering their contracts were still active, the DPWI deemed it appropriate for the IDT to utilise the existing NPOs from the aforementioned database, subject to them being compliant with the Central Supplier Database (CSD) requirements.

Prior to contracting with the IDT in 2019, the NPOs had to undergo due diligence. The following criteria had to be met:

  • Valid Tax Clearance from SARS
  • Valid UIF Clearance Certificate
  • A valid letter of good standing from Compensation Fund
  • A valid letter from Department of Social Development confirming NPO registration
  • Proof that organisation has been in existence or operational for a minimum of 2 years
  • Submission of information of how the NPOs will create labour intensive (60%) activities and EPWP work opportunities
  • Proof of the NPOs good financial, administrative and reporting systems
  • Confirmation that work to be undertaken will have a developmental focus
  • Proof that the NPO has a presence where work will be undertaken
  • Attendance of compulsory briefing sessions for all NPOs.

For the purpose of COVID-19 interventions, of the 339 NPOs on the IDT database, 189 NPOs were contracted.

Three Hundred and Thirty Nine (339) NPOs were already part of the Non-State Sector (NSS) Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) programme contracted for a period of two (2) years in 2019.

2.(a) I was informed that of the 339 NPOs who were already part of the NSS NPOs programme, a total of 150 NPOs contracted to the IDT were not used.

(b)The reason these NPOs could not be used is due to the fact that they either did not meet the participation criteria or were un-willing to participate in the COVID-19 emergency response project.The plan still remains to implement the original NSS EPWP NPO programme.

3.(a) The Plan still remains to implement the original NSS EPWP NPO Programme.

(b) Currently the IDT is implementing the EPWP COVID-19 response project until the end of November 2020.

26 November 2020 - NW2160

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) With reference to the imminent closure of the Independent Development Trust (IDT), what is the total number of (a) legal matters which are still ongoing relating to the IDT and (b) members who are still part of the IDTBoard; (2) whether an exit strategy document has been prepared; if not, on what basis is the closure being managed; if so, will she furnish Ms S J Graham with a copy of an exit strategy document; (3) what (a) is the total number of staff who are still employed by the IDT, (b) measures are being taken to reassign the staff within her department and (c) additional monies are being allocated to the IDT following the allocation of R84 million over four months?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1.(a) The total number of legal matters which are still ongoing relating to the IDT are 86 broken down asfollows:

Litigations

No.

Amount

By the IDT

16

R89,711,689.55

Against the IDT

45

R314,273,931.48

Dormant*

25

R22,592,395.04

* Dormant cases are those that were registered long ago for which there has not been any movement by the litigants but have not necessary been withdrawn or struck off.

b) The members who are still part of the IDT Board as confirmed by the Master of the High Court confirmedare:

  1. DrGcwalisile CynthiaKabanyane-Zulu
  2. Mr RashidPatel
  3. Ms PhelisaNkomo
  4. MrSiyadumaBiniza
  5. Mr ZakheleZitha
  6. Dr LulamaZitha

2. Yes, an IDT Exit Strategy Implementation Plan (IESIP) has been developed, but is not yet finalised pending the conclusion of all IDT client and stakeholder consultations on the future of the IDT. The IESIP gives an account of the portfolio of the IDT in terms of staff complement, committed and projected projects/programmes, assets and liabilities, litigations, and projectedrevenue.

The assessment depicts a bleak picture on the going concern status of the entity given its poor state of finance and weak balance sheet, where challenges have been mainly attributed to the gradual decrease in the IDT’s project portfolio due to a lack of client confidence, declining revenue that cannot cover its operational costs and corporate governance collapse, resulting in continued reliance on Government for funding.

3.(a) The IDT has 220 employees broken down asfollows:

Staff

Term

Total

 

Fixed

Term

Permanent

220

Core Technical and Social

56

40

96

Non-core / Support

43

61

104

Temp Support (finance)

10

0

10

Graduate trainees

(technical)

10

0

10

b) Subject to the final decision on the future of the IDT, options on the potential transfer and/or retention of existing staff are currently being examined and will be done in compliance with the Public Service Act, the Labour Relations Act and other and associatedlegislation.

c) The 84 million referred to was not allocated, but identified as the total operational requirement for four months based on a calculation that the IDT’s total operational expenses amounted to R21 million permonth.

A total of R128 million has been confirmed and approved by National Treasury for reclassification in the Department’s baseline (following the identification of savings in certain economic classifications) and transfer to

the IDT subject to sections 38 and 29 of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). Of this, a total of R72 million has already been transferred for 2020/21 where the balance of R56 committed for the remainder of the Financial Year, will be done in monthly tranches subject to the IDT submitting its operational shortfalls (on a monthly basis) and approval by the Accounting Officer.

26 November 2020 - NW2074

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Siwisa, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What (a) are the names of the officials who have been found to have conducted themselves irregularly in relation to the Beitbridge project and (b) steps has she taken to hold the specified officials accountable for their actions?

Reply:

a) The principles of natural justice demand that officials who have been implicated in misconduct be given an opportunity to give their side of the story against allegations levelled against them. It is on this basis that the names of the officials are withheld until all the affected employees have been properly served with the final charge sheets.

The process has been assigned to the Office of the State Attorney. Both the initiator and the chairperson of the disciplinary hearings have been appointed. The provisional charges were served on the implicated officials on the 05 October 2020.The officials were given seven (7) working days to provide the department with the written representations as to why they must not be formally charged with misconduct. The officials have already made written representations to the department. The process is underway to consider all the written representations made by the officials. Thereafter the department will consider whether to confirm the charges against the officials or not. Once the final charge sheet is served the names will be provided.

b) All the affected employees will be subjected to disciplinary hearings. The process has already commenced as indicated in clause a) above.

26 November 2020 - NW2591

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

What are the details of the measures that her department has put in place to prioritise the construction and/or renovation of SA Police Service stations

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The Government Immovable Asset Management Act 19 of 2007 (GIAMA) requires custodians and users to observe principles of immovable asset management, as strategic asset strategic planning instruments including prioritization.

The department has put in place a number of programmes to prioritise the construction and/or renovation of SA Police Stations across the country namely, the Repair and Refurbishment Programme and Client Capital Programme.

Current Stages

Repair and Refurbishment

Client Capital

Total Per Stage

 

No. off

No. off

 

Design (Status 4)

56

150

206

Construction (Status 5B)

38

25

63

Total Per Programme

94

175

 

The department has a number of projects in the design phase and construction phase to respond to the client’s needs. The high level plans are as follows:

26 November 2020 - NW2592

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whether she has put any measures in place to ensure that small, medium and micro enterprises contracted to participate in the Government’s construction and infrastructure projects are sufficiently skilled to ensure that quality is not compromised in pursuit of the targets set out in the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, Act 5 of 2000; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has programmes at various stages for small, medium and macro enterprises contracted to participate in the Government’s construction and infrastructure projects.

The Vuk’uphileLearnership Programme was launched in 2014 through the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) to promote economic growth and create sustainable development, for lower end Contractors with CIDB Grading 1 to 3. This programme is an Emerging Contractors Development Programme to build capacity to execute the increasing amount of labour-intensive work as part of the EPWP. The learner contractors in the programme receive training as part of the EPWP guidelines inorder to develop the learners on bidding and executing labour intensive projects, so that they are fully fledged contractors when they exit the programme.

Furthermore, the Department is planning to implement the Contractor Incubator Programme (CIP) targeting the development of emerging contractors between CIDB Grading 3 to 6. The purpose of the incubator programme therefore is to create an enabling environment within which selected existing contracting enterprises can develop into sustainable contracting enterprises. The programme is in the approval stages of the procurement strategy by the Department.

26 November 2020 - NW1268

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What are the details of the (a) scope of work, (b) bill of quantities, (c) list of specifications from the client departments and (d)(i) progress and (ii) implementation reports from the project manager and/or contractor on certain bids that were awarded (details furnished)?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

With respect to the details requested for the projects, a summary of the attached documents is shown below for item (a) to (d):

Description

Document Attached

(a) Scope of Work

(b) Bills of Quantities

(c) List of Specifications

(d) Progress/

Implementation

report

H18/038AI – Awarded on 10 May 2019

Annexure A

Refer to Page 80, 99 and 107

N/A

Consultants Appointment

N/A

Procurement Instruction received from Key Account Management

N/A

Contractor not yet appointed

H18/034AI – Awarded on 10 May 2019

Annexure B

Refer to Page 78

N/A

Consultants Appointment

N/A

Procurement Instruction received from Key Account Management

N/A

Contractor not yet appointed

H18/026AI – Awarded on 26 April 2019

Annexure C

Refer to Scope of work document

N/A

Consultants Appointment

Refer to Procurement Instruction

N/A

H18/047AI – Awarded on 14 May 2019

Annexure D

Refer to Scope of work document

Refer to BoQ document

Refer to list of specifications

Refer to completion certificate reports

H18/029AI – Awarded on 14 March 2019

Annexure E

Refer to Page 66 to 102

N/A

Consultants Appointment

N/A

Procurement Instruction received from Key Account Management

N/A

Contractor not yet appointed

H18/027AI – Awarded on 11 June 2019

Annexure F

Refer to Scope of work documentation

N/A

Consultants Appointment

Refer to Procurement Instruction

N/A

H16/022 – Awarded on 20 October 2016

Annexure G

Refer to Scope of work document

Refer to BoQ document

Refer to tender document

Refer to progress report

H16/075 – Awarded on 3 March 2017

Annexure H

Refer to Scope of work document

Refer to BoQ document

Refer to tender document

Refer to progress report

H15/043 – Awarded on 23 June 2016

Annexure I

Refer to Scope of work document

Refer to BoQ document

Refer to tender document

Refer to progress report

H15/044 – Awarded on 23 June 2016

Annexure J

Refer to Scope of work document

Refer to BoQ document

Refer to tender document

Refer to progress report

26 November 2020 - NW1944

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whether Thaba Tshwane has a User Management Plan (UMP) in place; if not, (a) on what date was maintenance last done on the infrastructure at Thaba Tshwane, (b) what maintenance is planned for the current financial year, (c) what budget has been allocated for maintenance and (d) by what date will a UMP be signed between her department and the client department; if so, (i) what services fall under the auspices of her department, (ii) has her department complied with its obligations in terms of the UMP, (iii) what is the budget allocation for implementation of the UMP and (iv) is the budget sufficient to comply with the terms of the UMP?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

No. I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) that there is no specificUser Asset Management Plan (UAMP) in place for Thaba Tshwane. The overall UAMP document submitted by the DOD includes projects for Thaba Tshwane. See paragraph 1 (d)

a) Maintenance in the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) are divided into two broad categories, preventative and corrective maintenance

  • Preventative maintenance can be divided into two categories, interval based and condition based.
  • Interval based preventative maintenance is carried out in accordance with an established time schedule or an established number of units of use.
  • The condition based preventative maintenance is initiated by monitoring the condition of the asset, this involves inspection of assets, testing and parameter monitoring to determine if any maintenance is needed and then carrying out any requirements identified. The performance and parameter monitoring may be scheduled on request or continuously.
  • Corrective maintenance is carried out after fault recognition and is intended to put an item back into a state in which it can perform a required function. This type of maintenance can be an emergency repair, unscheduled or planned repair based on inspection or customer complaints.

The maintenance approach in Thaba Tshwane facility is a blend of both Preventative and Corrective. There is part of work that is done on a Corrective basis, on what DPWI refer to as Day-to-Day maintenance. The other Correctivemaintenanceis what the department termedas Planned Maintenance, which entail planned repair, refurbishment and renovation.

  • The date maintenance was last done on the infrastructure at Thaba Tshwane is grouped as follows:
  • Preventative maintenance is an ongoing activities through a Total FacilitiesManagement (TFM). The TFM aspectscover wide range of services from technical maintenance to soft services in the up keeping of the 1 Military Hospital facility. The commencement of the TFM is of the 1st September 2020.
  • Correctivemaintenancehas two categories at the department and are:
  • Unscheduled/Emergency, they arereferred to as Day-to-Day within the department. The maintenanceactivities of these are ongoing and are on “as and when” basis.
  • Planned maintenance entails planned repair, refurbishment and renovation.

b) Planned maintenance for the current financial year are as follows:

  • Preventative maintenance that is covered in the TFM implementation. The TFM aspects cover wide range of services from technical maintenance to soft services in the up keeping of the 1 Military Hospital facility. The programme runs for 36 months;
  • There is Unscheduled / Emergency maintenance, they referred to as Day to Day within the department is on the “as and when” basis;
  • Planned maintenance which entail planned repair, refurbishment and renovation for the current financial year could not be allocated funding owing to limited budget.

c) The following is the breakdown of the budget allocation for maintenance:

Preventative maintenance that is covered in the TFM implementation, which runs for 36 months with annual budget of R 62 898589,10.

  • Unscheduled/Emergency maintenance, referred to as Day-to-Day within the department doesn’t have a specific budget for Thaba Tshwane, rather there is an overall budget for the entire region in attending to the Unscheduled/Emergency maintenance and is on the “as and when” basis;
  • Planned maintenance, which entails planned repair, refurbishment and renovation budget for the current financial year. There is no planned maintenance budget that was allocated for this financial year owing to limited available budget.

d) With regard to the date in which the UMP will be signed between the DPWI (custodian) and the client department, the Government Immovable Asset Management Act, 19, 2007, states the following:

  • Clause 14 (1) The accounting officer of a user or custodian in its capacity as a user must, for all the immovable assets that it uses or intents to use;
  • compiles in accordance with Section 8, a user immovable asset management plan that will form part of the strategic plan of that user;
  • submits a copy of the user immovable asset management plan to the relevant custodian in accordance with Section 9.

In view thereof, no UMP is signed between the custodian and client departments. As per GIAMA, the user submits a copy of the UMP to the custodian. In this case the Department of Defence (client) has submitted their UMP to DPWI (custodian) on 05 August 2020.

(i) Regarding theservices that fall under the auspices of the DPWI; in respect of the UMP, the DPWI is responsible for the planning and execution of Capital Works projects (construction and upgrading of infrastructure) and the procurement of accommodation (acquisition or lease).

(ii) With regard to compliance with its obligations in terms of the UMP, the DPWI is currently managing the following maintenance projects as articulated in question a, b, and c above; and

The following dolomite projects are also being implemented:

  • Thaba Tshwane Emergency Dolomite Call-Out Services: WCS 052046: Allocation for Financial Year 2020/2021 is R12 292 651;
  • Dolomite Risk Management Services: Thaba Tshwane Personnel Services School: Upgrading of Civil Engineering Wet Services: WCS 048804: Allocation for Financial Year 2020/2021 is R1 000 000;
  • Dolomite Risk Management Services - SAAF Thaba Tshwane: Air force Gymnasium, Mafkamp, Base Hill & Mobile Deployment Wing - Upgrade Civil Engineering Wet Services: WCS 048803: Allocation for Financial Year 2020/2021 is R100 000;
  • Dolomite Risk Management Services - DOD Thaba Tshwane: Various Properties Fence line Repairs Including Additional Fencing to Shooting Range: WCS 047878: Allocation for Financial Year 2020/2021 is R150 000

(iii) With regard to budget allocation for implementation of the UMP, it should be noted that the prioritisation of projects for execution and its associated budget allocation is determined by the user. In view thereof, the Department of Defence (User) will be best positioned to respond to this question.

(iv) With regard to the budget sufficiency to comply with the terms of the UMP, it should be noted that the availability and confirmation of funding allocated for projects is a user prerogative and as such, the Department of Defence will be best positioned to answer this questiondirectly.

26 November 2020 - NW2356

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) What progress has been made in meeting the target of 25% set in her department’s 2020 Annual Performance Plan for new leases to be with black-owned properties; (2) whether her department intends entering into a lease with landlords who are not compliant with the requirements of Black Economic Empowerment in cases where (a) there are no black-owned properties in a certain area and (b) black-owned properties do not meet certain criteria; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether in cases where black-owned properties do not tender for a specific contract, her department will cancel the tender process and re-tender in order to allow for those businesses to participate; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (a) number of times would the procedure be followed and (b) other mechanisms would be used to ensure that the 25% target is met?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) that the Department has thus far awarded a total of seven (7) lease contracts for the current financial year. Of these, five (5) have been awarded to black owned properties.

2. The Department continues to award leases to landlords who do not meet requirements of Black Economic Empowerment. The details are as provided in Annexure A (attached). It is not in the Empowerment Policy of the Department not to award any tender to landlords who do not meet requirements of the Black Economic Empowerment.

3.The Department will not cancel tender and restart the procurement processes solely on the basis of non-participation of bidders who comply with the requirements of Black Economic Empowerment.

Additionally, the cancellation of tenders are legislated in that departments are only allowed to cancel tenders in instances where due to changed circumstances there is no longer a need, funds are no longer available to cover the expenditure, no acceptable tender is received or there is a material irregularity in the tender process. Departments are only allowed to cancel a tender for the first time and thereafter any further cancellations must be approved by the National Treasury.

 

26 November 2020 - NW2395

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Siwisa, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) On what legislation and/or legal provisions did she rely when she published her department’s Expropriation Bill of 2020 before the completion of the parliamentary process to amend section 25 of the Constitution of the Republic, 1996, to allow for land expropriation without compensation; (2) whether she has found that the publication of her department’s Expropriation Bill for 2020 will not hinder the parliamentary process in any way?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. The Expropriation Bill [B23-2020] is to replace the Expropriation Act 63 of1975. The Act of 1975 is inconsistent with the Constitution of South Africa, as also noted by the Presidential Advisory Panel on Land Reform and Agriculture. The Expropriation Bill [B23-2020] was published in the Government Gazette for submission to Parliament in terms of Rule 276(1) (b) and (c) of the Rules of the National Assembly.

2. No.The Office of the Chief State Law Advisor (OCSLA) granted the final certification on 28 September 2020. The OCSLA found that the Expropriation Bill [B23-2020] is constitutional and therefore should proceed for parliamentary processes.

The review of section 25 of the Constitution, 1996 is the preserve of the Constitutional Review Committee (CRC) of Parliament. In terms of the separation of powers doctrine the three arms of the state must respect the constitutional status, institutions, powers and functions accorded to each one of them.

26 November 2020 - NW2466

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) What number of new beds has her department procured for the parliamentary villages; (2) whether the beds are intended for all three parliamentary villages; if so, (a) what number of beds are intended for each parliamentary village, (b) what criteria will be used to determine who is entitled to receive a new bed, (c) what is the value of the bed contract and (d) to whom was the tender/contract for the provision of beds awarded; (3) whether the contract includes other items for the houses; if so, what are the details of the (a) additional items and (b) associated costs; if not, (4) whether her department has any plans in place for the procurement of additional items for the specified houses; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) that a total number of 360 new beds were procured by the Department for the three parliamentary villages.

2. Yes, the beds are intended for the main bedroom of all residences occupied by Members of Parliament at the three parliamentary villages.

(a) A total of 235 beds are intended for Acacia Park, a total of 56 beds are intended for Laboria Park and a total of 69 beds are intended for Pelican Park;

(b) All the beds of the main bedroom of Members of Parliament are entitled to replacement, unless a Member of Parliament feels that the bed does not require replacement;

(c) The value of the bed contract is R1,787,514.72;

(d) The contract for the provision of beds was awarded to Huracan term contract

3. This particular contract does not include any other items for the houses.

4. No, the Department does not have any plans to procure additional items for the specified houses as there is no need for it at the moment and the lifespan of the current items are still valid.

26 November 2020 - NW2538

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Schreiber, Dr LA to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)What number of former (a) Ministers and (b) Deputy Ministers who were not included in the Cabinet announced by the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa, on 29 May 2019, are still living in official residences; (2) whether she will furnish Dr L A Schreiber with a list of full names of all such former (a) Ministers and (b) Deputy Ministers; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) what total costs has her department incurred for providing official residential accommodation to former (a) Ministers and (b) Deputy Ministers since the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa, constituted the current Cabinet on 29 May 2019?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

  1. (a) None. (b) In Pretoria there is one former Deputy Minister.
  2. (a) None. (b) In Pretoria we have Mr Gert C. Oosthuizen, former Deputy Minister of Sport and Recreation.
  3. (a) None. (b) In Pretoria the Departments’ Valuations Unit made a determination for a market related rental to the value of R480,000.00 which has been raised as a debt against Mr Gert C. Oosthuizen, former Deputy Minister of Sport and Recreation.

26 November 2020 - NW2540

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

With reference to the Southern Sun Emnotweni Hotel in Mpumalanga which was identified as a Covid-19 isolation site and was open during the lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus, (a) what are the reasons that the specified facility was kept open throughout each level, (b) who was accommodated at the facility in each week, (c) what total number of government officials, irrespective of which department where they are employed, were accommodated in the facility in each week, (d) what are the reasons that they were accommodated in each case and (e) what amount was spent in each (i) case and (ii) week?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure that the Department did not contract with the Southern SunEmnotweni Hotel as a quarantine site.

26 November 2020 - NW2220

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)(a) What type of entity is Infrastructure South Africa (ISA), (b) under which legislative prescript was the ISA established and (c) where in the organogram of her department does the ISA sit; (2) under what legislative prescripts was the appointment of a certain person (name and details furnished) done? (3) whether the organisational structure for the ISA is available; if not, (a) who will draft the organogram and (b) by what date will the organogram be drafted; if so, will she provide Ms S J Graham with a copy of the organogram; (4) whether appointments will be made without an organogram being in place; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details of the position(s) in which appointments will be made (details furnished); (5) (a) where is the funding for the ISA emanating from, (b) how much funding has been allocated to ISA in the current financial year, (c) where is the budget and (d) how is the budget allocated?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. (a) ISA was not established as an entity but a function to oversee the implementation of the mandate of Infrastructure. It is part of the National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (NDPWI) functional organisational structure reporting to the Minister, responsible for PICC & IDMS roles emanating from the National Macro Organisation of Government (NMOG) processes including the urgent need for targeted infrastructure investment.On the 27 May 2020, Cabinet resolved to create Infrastructure South Africa (ISA) to be housed within DPWI to serve the purpose of being a single-entry point and to ensure that DPWI has a system accounting for all infrastructure projects at all levels of government.

(b) Public Service Regulations, 25 (2)(a) states that, based on the strategic plan of the department, an executive authority shall determine the department’s organisational structure in terms of its core mandated and support function. Public Service Act, section 41 stipulates the alignment with the said regulations as well as the role of the Minister of Public Service and Administrations.

(c) The structure depicts ISA at a macro level within the department with the Head of ISA reporting to the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure.

2. Dr Kgosientsho Ramokgopa is appointed in the Presidency on contract. The Ministerrequested the permission of the Presidency to utilize the expertise of Dr Ramokgopa in introducing the functions of Infrastructure within DPWI.

3. The start-up organisational structure of ISA was concluded by the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure and submitted to the Minister of Public Service and Administration for his concurrence in accordance with the Public Service Act and Regulations. The organisational has now been approved and ready for implementation.

4. The process of recruitment is currently underway. The positions of Head of ISA, Deputy Director Generals and Chief Directors was advertised on the 8 November 2020.

5. The Department has reprioritised the budget which was approved by National Treasury for an amount of R23.062m. The breakdown is as follows:

a) Compensation of Employees is an amount of R11.943 m

b) Goods and Services is an amount R11.119m

c) And (d) See Annexure A – Allocation letter.

26 November 2020 - NW2571

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)With reference to the Sarah Baartman Centre of Remembrance breaking ground in April 2014 with an initial budget of R 165,4 million and a proposed completion date in October 2016, (a) what is the current anticipated cost of the specified centre, (b) what total amount of the new costs relate to expenditure on work already completed that is not up to standard, (c) what has been done to recover costs from the original contractor, (d) has work commenced on the project since the lockdown period was declared and (e) what is the current anticipated date of completion; (2) what total number of jobs have been created on the project to date; (3) what total number of small, medium and micro enterprises (a) have already been involved, (b) are currently contracted, (c) are local businesses in the Kouga Local Municipality and (d) are based in the Eastern Cape as compared to those that are from outside the Eastern Cape?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1.

a) I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) that the current estimated cost to complete the Sarah Baartman Centre of Remembrance project amounts to approximately R 200 million.

b) I am informed that at this stage of the project, no cost was paid for work that is not up to standard. The contractor disputed the non-payment of unsatisfactory work that had to be redone. The matter was referred to Mediation for a final recommendation.

c) An assignment of the contract took place between the original contractor and new contractor. The assignment of the contract was a decision between the two contractors, which was merely accepted and honored by the Department at their request. By accepting the assignment, the new contractor took over all contractual obligations and responsibilities from the original contractor. The assignment agreement indicated that all retention monies that was withheld by the Department must be released to the original contractor since the new contractor offered a variable Construction Guarantee of 10% of the project value. The new contractor would recover their losses from the original contractor.

d) The work did not commence immediately after the Lockdown period, due to the reasonthat the contractor cancelled the contract due to a payment that was not received in time as per the timeframe indicated in the Condition of Contract. After several engagements with the contractor, the contractor agreed to rescind the termination and started work on site on the 19 October 2020.

e) The anticipated completion date of the project is scheduled for May 2021.

2. A total number of 121 work opportunities were created on the project during the 2019/2020 financial year.

(3)

(a) A total number of 16 SMME’s were employed.

(b) 5 SMME’s are currently contracted and confirmed returning to site

(c 3 SMME’s are from local businesses in the Kouga Local Municipality

(d) 13 SMME’s are from the Eastern Cape, excluding the 3 above from Kouga Local Municipality. I am informed that there are no SMME’s from outside the Eastern Cape.

30 October 2020 - NW1848

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Tafeni, Ms N to ask the Ms N Tafeni (EFF)asked the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructuree

(1) Whether her department owns the land next to the East London Airport where houses were demolished; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether her department went to court to obtain an order to demolish the houses; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. The Remainder of Portion 1 of the farm Grey-Dell No. 871, East London Registration Division as depicted on S.G.-diagram 1288/1900 and registered vide deed of transfer T409/1952 in the name of the National Government of the Republic of South Africa.

The property is 271, 9114 ha in extent and is commonly known as Bongweni.The property falls under the custodianship of the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) in terms of the State Land Disposal Act, Act 48 of 1961.

2. Yes, the DPWI approached the HighCourt for intervention by taking legal action against the erection of illegal structures and this was granted on the 16th March 2017. In line with the Court Order, only unoccupied structures and structures under construction were demolished.

The demolition is in line with a Court Order that permits the landowner to prevent the illegal invasion of its property. This was a joint operation between DPWI, South African Police Service and Sheriff of the Court.

The illegal structures are within a restricted area in the direct flight path to/from East London Airport which also constitutes a serious risk to residents.

30 October 2020 - NW2220

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)(a) What type of entity is Infrastructure South Africa (ISA), (b) under which legislative prescript was the ISA established and (c) where in the organogram of her department does the ISA sit; (2) under what legislative prescripts was the appointment of a certain person (name and details furnished) done; (3) whether the organisational structure for the ISA is available; if not, (a) who will draft the organogram and (b) by what date will the organogram be drafted; if so, will she provide Ms S J Graham with a copy of the organogram; (4) whether appointments will be made without an organogram being in place; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details of the position(s) in which appointments will be made (details furnished); (5) (a) where is the funding for the ISA emanating from, (b) how much funding has been allocated to ISA in the current financial year, (c) where is the budget and (d) how is the budget allocated?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. (a) ISA was not established as an entity but a function to oversee the implementation of the mandate of Infrastructure. It is part of the National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (NDPWI) functional organisational structure reporting to the Minister, responsible for PICC & IDMS roles emanating from the National Macro Organisation of Government (NMOG) processes including the urgent need for targeted infrastructure investment.On the 27 May 2020, Cabinet resolved to create Infrastructure South Africa (ISA) to be housed within DPWI to serve the purpose of being a single-entry point and to ensure that DPWI has a system accounting for all infrastructure projects at all levels of government.

(b) Public Service Regulations, 25 (2)(a) states that, based on the strategic plan of the department, an executive authority shall determine the department’s organisational structure in terms of its core mandated and support function. Public Service Act, section 41 stipulates the alignment with the said regulations as well as the role of the Minister of Public Service and Administrations.

(c) The structure depicts ISA at a macro level within the department with the Head of ISA reporting to the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure.

2. Dr Kgosientsho Ramokgopa is appointed in the Presidency on contract. The Ministerrequested the permission of the Presidency to utilize the expertise of Dr Ramokgopa in introducing the functions of Infrastructure within DPWI.

3. The organisational structure of ISA was concluded by the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure and submitted to the Minister of Public Service and Administration for his concurrence in accordance with the Public Service Act and Regulations and approved.

4. No, the Department of Public Service and Administration must approve the organogram, which was done in September 2020. The recruitment process has started.

5. The Department reprioritised the budget to fund the function of ISA which will be subject to approval by National Treasury. For the current financial year, an amount of R23.062 million has reprioritised to provide funding for compensation of employees. Other funding requests such as computers, software licenses, cell phones and office furniture will be procured from the centralised budget under Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Supply Chain Management (SCM) budgets for goods and services and payments for capital services.

30 October 2020 - NW2159

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whether she will furnish Ms S J Graham with the details of the role that the Presidential Infrastructure Co-ordinating Commission (PICC) played in (a) the BeitBridge Border Fence project, (b) the determination of quarantine sites and (c) any other interventions within the purview of the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI); if not, why not; if so, what are the details of (i)(aa) which officials were involved, (bb) the scope of their involvement, (cc) the duration of their involvement and (dd) why they were seconded and/or used instead of DPWI officials and (ii) any cost to the DPWI for the interventions by the PICC?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(a) The Presidential Infrastructure Co-ordinating Commission Technical Task Team (PICC TTT) provided technical support during the investigation of BeitBridge BorderFence project.

(b) The PICC has a Geographical Information System (GIS) and geo-spacing capability

that was used to list and relocate sites proposed for quarantine. This list wasprovided to the Department of Health to conduct inspections and operationalize sitesas may be deemed necessary during the Covid-19 response.

(c) A specialist from the PICC TTT has been appointed as part of the IDT Exit Strategy TaskTeam that was tasked with investigating the sustainability of the IDT.

(i)

(aa) PICC TTT officials that provided technical support during the investigation of theBeitBridge project were Mr Tshepo Chuene, Mr Thabang Tladi, Mr MuzwandileButhelizi and Dr Hilton Macdonald.

(bb) The scope of the technical evaluation during the investigation focused on three keyaspects of the project, namely the contractual matters as related to the GeneralConditions of Contracts (GCC), analysis of the contract scope and costs ascontained in the Bills of Quantities (BoQ) as well as observations made during aproject site visit on 05 May 2020. This included:

  • Reviewing contractual matters as captured in project documents, including themotivation and conditions for the accelerated appointment of both the Contractorand Principal Agent. The review team also checked whether those conditions inthe appointment contracts were upheld / adhered to;
  • Analysing and comparing the rates of the 2016 BoQ with those of March 2020,in order to verify the compliance to the conditions set out in the motivation forthe emergency appointment of the Contractor and Principal Agent;
  • Developing an independent BoQ to determine a fair price of the contract,through the team’s own market research, site visit observations and analysis ofcontract documents; and
  • Assessing fitness for purpose and the quality of work of the implemented fencesolution, to effectively secure the 40km stretch of the border between SouthAfrica and Zimbabwe.

(cc) The duration of the Technical Task Team’s evaluation was an estimated 65 ours.

(dd) As departmental officials were involved in the implementation of the project andpossible conflict interest, the Department used an independent team to assist withthe technical aspects of the investigation. The team was complimenting theinvestigating team of the Department with engineering quantity surveying andproject management capabilities. The team is independent as it didn’t participate inthe planning and implementation of the project.

The Department recognised the need to work together with the PICC and SIU onthis investigation in order to enhance the effectiveness of dealing with corruption andmaladministration. The Department further recognised that effective and efficientmutual assistance in this investigation was fundamental to successful investigation,disciplinary proceedings, prosecution of crime and civil proceedings.

(ii) No cost to DPWI.

30 October 2020 - NW2075

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Siwisa, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whether the contractor involved in the Beitbridge project is doing any other work for her department; if so, which projects is the company involved in?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) that the contractor for Beitbridge Project, Caledon River Properties (Pty) Ltd T/A Magwa Construction, is involved with the following projects:

STATUS

STATUS DESCRIPTION

AWARD AMOUNT

AWARD DATE

PRACTICAL COMPLETION DATE

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

1,619,160.24

12/1/2006

1/28/2010

VARIOUS CENTRES: NORTH WEST, LABOUR CENTRE, POTCHESTROOM: RAMP FOLLOW ON CONTRACT: GROUP E

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

3,808,523.40

1/20/2009

2/19/2012

MEMEL, MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE, REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

4,818,673.03

3/24/2010

3/28/2013

MOKOPANE, MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE, RAMP: FOLLOW-ON CONTRACT

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

18,516,513.68

2/9/2007

2/7/2010

BRAY, BORDER POSTS , BOSHOEK AND MAKOPONG: RAMP OF BUILDINGS, CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE AND ELECTRICAL WORK

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

10,319,747.00

8/30/2007

11/30/2010

MANANGA, BORDER POST , REPAIR, MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADING OF BUILDINGS, CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS AND MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

3,898,927.68

9/6/2010

3/5/2014

GLENCOE, PRISON , REPAIR, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS OF WATER SEWERAGE SERVICE

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

6,776,392.33

3/19/2010

9/18/2013

NEWCASTLE, EKUSENI YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTRE , REPAIR, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS OF WATER SEWERAGE SERVICE

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

5,468,679.18

12/8/2010

11/9/2016

MANANGA, BORDER POST , MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING OF BUILDINGS, CIVIL, ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND INSTALLATIONS

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

15,062,097.24

1/28/2011

7/14/2016

RAMATLABAMA, BRAY AND MAGOBISTAD, BORDER POSTS , MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING OF CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

17,411,120.42

1/25/2011

7/14/2016

SWARTKOP, BORDER POST , MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING OF BUILDING, CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

3,340,148.70

3/11/2011

11/10/2016

KOSI BAY, BORDER POST , MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING OF BUILDING, CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

20,234,569.08

12/11/2013

3/15/2017

SKILPADHEK, BORDER POST , MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADING OF BUILDINGS, CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS AND MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

8

PROJECT COMPLETE

11,898,484.38

2/3/2012

10/4/2017

MAHAMBA, BOTHASHOOP AND EMAHLATHINI, BORDER POST , MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADING OF BUILDINGS, CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS AND MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

7

FINAL DELIVERY

5,721,845.82

12/17/2008

12/19/2011

KROONSTAD, PRISON , FOLLOW ON CONTRACT:REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF CIVIL WORKS, ROAD, STORMWATER AND SERVICES

7

FINAL DELIVERY

7,986,888.56

9/29/2010

5/28/2012

ZONDERWATER, PRISON , REPAIR, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS OF WATER SEWERAGE SERVICE

7

FINAL DELIVERY

15,612,816.42

1/30/2012

1/31/2017

MASERU BRIDGE, BORDER POST , MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADING OF BUILDINGS, CIVIL, ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS AND INFRASTRUCTURE

6A

PRACTICAL COMPLETION

37,328,167.98

6/23/2016

10/22/2019

RAMATLABAMA, KOPFONTEIN AND DERDEPOORT, BORDER POSTS , 36 MONTH MAINTENANCE, SERVICE AND REPAIR OF BUILDINGS, CIVIL, ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS AND INFRASTRUCTURE

5B

CONSTRUCTION

67,023,061.83

10/20/2016

 

BEIT BRIDGE, BORDER POST , MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING OF BUILDING, CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

5B

CONSTRUCTION

34,725,058.92

6/23/2016

 

GROBLERS BRIDGE AND STOCKPOORT, BORDER POST , MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING OF BUILDING, CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

5B

CONSTRUCTION

19,638,243.06

3/30/2016

 

BRAY, MOGOBISTAD AND SWARTKOPFONTEIN, BORDER POSTS , MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING OF BUILDING, CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

5B

CONSTRUCTION

30,216,992.15

1/23/2017

 

BORDER POS , BORDER POSTS , MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING OF BUILDING, CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

5B

CONSTRUCTION

36,362,828.52

3/3/2017

 

SKILPADHEK, BORDER POST , 36 MONTHS REPAIRS MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING OF BUILDING, CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

5B

CONSTRUCTION

37,176,843.50

3/18/2020

 

BEIT BRIDGE, BORDER POSTS , BEITBRIDGE BORDERLINE BASE: (PHASE 1) SANDF 40KM BORDERLINE FENCE INFRASTRUCTURE AND INSTALLATION ON THE BORDERS BETWEEN ZIMBABWE AND RSA

5B

CONSTRUCTION

16,466,905.20

7/7/2020

 

LPOE: BOESMANSHOEK, ONGELUKSNEK AND RAMATSELISO APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS OF BUILDING, CIVIL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND INSTALLATIONS FOR A 36 PERIOD MONTHS

30 October 2020 - NW2048

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)In light of the fact that small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) demand between 10% and 15% Preliminary and General (P&Gs) over and above the 30% to which they are entitled on some projects, what (a) steps is her department taking, especially through the Construction Industry Development Board, to educate and upskill SMMEs on (i) financial matters, (ii) contractual matters and (iii) any other related matters, (b) recourse do the contractors have where SMMEs threaten to close sites unless their demands are met in terms of the P&G and (c) intervention will her department offer in such a case; (2) whether her department will blacklist and/or penalise an SMME for closing down a site on a spurious issue such as P&G to which they are not entitled but demand anyway; if not, why not; if so, (3) whether her department is acknowledging the existence of the so-called Construction Mafia; if not, why not; if so, what steps is she taking to address the matter?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1) I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) that the preliminary and General costs (P&Gs) are factored in and priced by the main contractor in the Bill of Quantities. As such, if 30 percent sub-contracting was imposed by the client when going out on tender, in terms the Preferential Procurement Regulations of 2017, the sub-contracting agreement must be 30 percent of the value of the entire contract amount awarded to the main contractor. This therefore means that the P&Gs would be factored in the contract amount due to the sub-contractor. In terms of this the subcontractor would then balance their rates from what was originally priced by the main contractor.

NB: the rates submitted, priced and contracted by the main contractor cannot be increased after the awarding of the contract, as this would mean the change of the original contract terms. Therefore sub-contractors cannot claim any amounts over above what is in the original contract.

(a) (i), (ii) and (iii) The CIDB has programmes to capacitate stakeholders, including SMME’s, and has produced emerging contractor tools and guidelines such as, the Contractor Management Guidelines (CMG 101), as well the basic guide on the 3Rs (Rights, Responsibilities and Risks).

(b) Threats by SMME’s to close off the sites or any interruptions to complete a project are a reportable violation of the CIDB code of conduct. The conduct as such is punishable in terms of Regulation 27A of the CIDB regulations. For any dispute that may push SMMEs to close off sites dispute resolution mechanisms are spelt out in the contract.

(c) The CIDB can only intervene upon such matters being reported in terms of Regulations 28 and as per the provisions of the contract between the conflicting parties.

(2) As stated above in (1) (b) threats to close off the sites or any interruptions to complete a project are a reportable violation of the CIDB code of conduct, and shall be dealt with according to the stipulations of the code.

(3) Yes, this is alleged criminal activities and is dealt with by the Security Cluster.

30 October 2020 - NW1943

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What are the details of the Sneeuwitjie Creche in Nieu-Bethesda that is part of the Non-State Sector Extended Public Works Programmes (EPWP) run by the Independent Development Trust and her department in terms of the (i) normal non-sector EPWP programme, (ii) Youth EPWP Covid-19 programme, and (iii) Non-State Sector EPWP School Cleaning programme, (b) on what date did the non-profit organisation commence with the programme, (c) what total number of beneficiaries are on the programme, (d) what are the rates paid to the beneficiaries, (e) what number of days do the beneficiaries work each month and (f) have the beneficiaries been issued with Protective Personal Equipment in each programme?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) as follows:

(a) (i) The NPO was appointed in October 2019 to implement the EPWP NSS NPO Programme for a period of two financial years ending 31 March 2021. The budget allocation for 2019/2020 financial year was R2 463 840.22

(ii) As at 14 August 2020, a total of 126 work opportunities were created, of which 116 (93%) are youth as shown in the table below.

Table 1: Breakdown of overall work opportunities created

Dr. Beyers Naude

103 (including Gender-Based Violence)

Blue Crane Route

9

Sundays River Valley

14

(iii) The Non-State Sector did not participate in the EPWP School Cleaning programme. The latter is implemented by provincial departments responsible for education function.Hence the NPO did not participate in the aforementioned programme.

(b) The Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) Programme was first introduced as part of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) in the 2009/10 financial year, and has since then been implementedby the Independent Development Trust. In 2020/21 financial year, 189 of the 339NPOs started implementing the EPWP COVID-19 project in support of the Department of Health Public Health Hygiene Strategy with effect from 01 June 2020.The implementationis currently under way through district municipalities and primary health care facilities in provinces.

(c) To date, 19 794 participants (i.e. 1 June – 31 July 2020) have been deployed to work at various sites, primarily within communities to demonstrate on how to wash hands, construct tippy taps, cleaning of public places such as taxi ranks and others.

(d) Guided by the EPWP Ministerial Determination, participants are paid a daily wage rate of R101.00 per person day of work.

(e) Participants work 7 days in a fortnight, that is, they work 4 days in week 1 and 3 days in the following week. Therefore all participants should work 14 days a month. However, the work schedule may be amended, as required.

(f) Personal Protective Equipment’s (PPEs) have been made available for all participants. It was recently discovered that some participants were not fully complying with the regulations linked to PPEs. This was raised with the Implementing Agent to be corrected immediately.

30 October 2020 - NW1936

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Hicklin, Ms MB to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)Whether her department allocated R2,8 million to the Limpopo Department of Public Works to accommodate 11 technical assistants from Cuba, if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether her department allocated any funding for the accommodation of the Cuban officials; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, from which budget line item was the funding sourced?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1) The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has not allocated funds to Limpopo Department of Public Works for 11 technical assistants from Cuba. Limpopo Department of Public Works is responsible for the payment of its own technical assistants from Cuba for salaries, accommodation, logistics or any other costs.

(2) Yes, DPWI has allocated funding for the accommodation of the Cuban Officials throughthe Department’s Cuban Technical Advisory programme

30 October 2020 - NW1935

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Hicklin, Ms MB to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whether her department allocated R3,5 million for the maintenance and renovation of the Malembe Guest House in the Mopani District; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, why does her department not upgrade other established facilities which have more rooms available to quarantine repatriated South Africans?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

I was informed the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure(DPWI) has established the referred property and according to the Deeds Office’s property report belongs to the Provincial Government of the Limpopo Province (See Annexure 1).Therefore, DPWI would not spend any maintenance or renovation costs to any property belonging to the provincial department.

30 October 2020 - NW1857

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Tshwaku, Mr M to ask the Mr M Tshwaku (EFF)asked the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What are the reasons that a certain company (name furnished) has been awarded the contract to manage the funeral of Mr A M Mlangeni while it is under investigation by the Standing Committee on Public Accounts for inflating invoices during the funerals of the former President, Mr N R Mandela and Mrs W N Madikizela-Mandela?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) that at the time of awarding the bid, the specified company was not restricted from doing business with Government. It was part of six (6) companies that submitted quotations forthe service.

This company could not have been excluded by the Department without following due process for restriction. This could be construed to be anunfair process which may also be irregular on the basis of passing over the highest scoringNational Treasury SCM Instruction Note 3 of 2016/17.

The due process for restriction isoutlined in the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017 and National Treasury SCMInstruction Note 3 of 2016/17. The Department has issued an internal Circular No 40 of2019 to establish a Restriction Committee and provide Standard Operating Procedures togive effect to the above-mentioned Prescripts.

The matter of restricting Crocia Events has subsequently served at the duly constitutedRestriction Committee and Crocia has been given 14 days to provide reasons why theDepartment must not recommend their restriction to the National Treasury.

20 August 2020 - NW1263

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Gondwe, Dr M to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What progress has her department made in (a) compiling and (b) finalising a (i) reliable and (ii) accessible Immovable Assets Register?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(a) The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) embarked on the Immovable Asset Register (IAR) Enhancement Programme to address management assertions in order to ensure that the IAR is complete and credible.

The historical context of the IAR and various sources of data is considered in addressing the completeness and accuracy of the register. This include the compliance with the Public Finance Management Act, Government Immovable Asset Management Act, and National Treasury guidelines including the National Treasury Immovable Asset Guide section 3.2 (b).

Reconciliation of the IAR is done considering the following:

  • Deeds records
  • Property Management Information System
  • DRDLR Vesting Data (LAW)
  • Devolved Properties - deemed provincial properties linked to the devolved budget for rates
  • Original title deeds - aktex records or copies of the title deed
  • Chief Surveyor General - CSG information on surveyed land parcels
  • User Asset Management Plans (U-AMPs)
  • Points of Interest and security clusters - police, prisons, courts & defence.
  • Other National or Provincial IARs

Given the above activities, it must be borne in mind that the IAR changes from time to time to take account of the numerous entries which occur as a result of the completed infrastructure projects, section 42 transfers in line with PFMA, disposal of properties, and the rectification of erroneously registered and vested properties.

AdetailedreconciliationofDPWIpropertiesagainsttheDeedsrecordsand IARsofotherNationalandProvincialcustodianswasconducted between 2011 and 2013.Thisexercisewas followed by physical verification and high level condition assessment of DPWI properties between 2014 and 2016.

In addition DPWI applied the deemed cost model on immovable assets in order to eliminate the historically recorded R1 values contained in the Immovable Asset Register. For example, the total value of immovable assets as at 31 March 2013 was only R3.5billion because most assets were recorded at R1 due to the lack of historical cost information/values. The total value of immovable assets is now more than R120billion since the 2016/17 financial year.

A detailed reconciliation of DPWI properties against the Deeds records and IARs of other National and Provincial custodians is conducted twice annually.

DPWI has also recruited young graduates, experienced project managers and other specialists on contract to maintain the IAR, but most importantly to reduce reliance on service providers in line with Auditor-General’s recommendation. Physical verification is being conducted by these contract specialists since June 2015 in order to comply with the relevant GRAP standards and Section 13 (d) of GIAMA.

Furthermore, the maintenance of data is managed by the DPWI specialists, GIS professionals, and accountants with articles, chartered accountants, data analysts, administrators, and property managers.

Significant progress has been made in addressing historical and legacy issues affectingnationalandprovincialcustodiansofimmovableassets.Landparcelsto bevested(confirmationofownershipintermsoftheConstitution)underDPWIhave been recorded in the IAR on the basis of substance overform.

(b)(i), (ii) DPWI is currently reviewing all its systems to finally move towards a more reliable and complete IAR.

20 August 2020 - NW1795

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works andInfrastructure

Whether,with reference to there solution by the Cabinet in October 2019 that 14000 hectares could be released for human settlement development,her department has taken any steps to release any of the identified land; if not, why not; if so, (a) which exact pockets of land were transferred in each municipality and(b)what are the time frames for the release of all 14000 hectares?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has approved a total of 14 land parcels measuring 1004.0186 hectares to be released for human settlements purposes.

a) The land transfer is at various stages. Currently,no land transfers have taken place due to requirement of legislation that National Treasury endorsement must be obtained on properties that are transferred below market value. In this instance, two land parcels out of the fourteen land parcels arewiththeNationalTreasuryforconsiderationwhilstthe market valuation offive land parcels have been approved by the Land Affairs Board and will be submitted to National Treasury.

The DPWI has informed me that valuation of the seven parcels of land will be considered by the Land Affairs Board and submitted to National Treasury before the end of August.

b) The Department has prioritised the release of 47 land parcels measuring 1416.8195 hectares within this financial year. The remaining land parcels will be prioritised for release in 2021-22 financial year pending receiving formal requests with supporting documentation,includingdevelopmentplans,whichwillprovideanindicationofexact extent of land to be released. DPWI will process these requests subject toavailability of the identified properties and completion of feasibilityinvestigations.

The delay in transfers is caused by the requirement of National Treasury for market value. To speed up the process, DPWI has requested that National Treasury consider municipal value instead of market value. DPWI cannot skip these processes of the Land Affairs Board and the National Treasury as it is required by legislation.

18 August 2020 - NW1718

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

In terms of the 45 445 participants from the Expanded Public Works Programme who have been engaged to assist with cleaning and sanitising schools on behalf of the Department of Basic Education, (a) which entity in her department is managing the specified programme, (b) what total amount is being charged in management fees for the project, (c) will the same nonprofit organisations (NPOs) be utilised as those for the 25 000 young persons who have been engaged through the Independent Development Trust to assist with Covid-19 projects, (d) what number of (i) NPOs are being used, (ii) participants have already been engaged and (iii) schools are already benefiting from the programme and (e) what are the relevant details of the schools that have benefited from the programme?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

a) Neither the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) nor any of its entities are involved in the implementation of the Department of Basic Education (DBE) project for the cleaning and sanitising of schools. The decision for the non-involvement of the DPWI on this project is premised on the resolutions of the meeting held on the 27 May 2020 between the Directors-General of DPWI, DBE, and National Treasury (NT), where it was agreed that the cleaning of schools is a Provincial Department of Education function. It was further agreed that the funding for the screening and cleaning activities at schools must be through the respective Provincial Departments of Education budget. Due to the financial constraints of Provincial Department of Education,the DBE and NT agreed to fund this activity by reallocating funds from the DBE Infrastructure Grant. Around R4,4 billion was allocated to this activity during the Adjustment Budget presented by the Minister of Finance in July 2020.

b) No management fee is charged to the DPWI as it is not involved in the implementation of the project.

c) Since the DPWI and the IDT are not involved in the implementation of the programme, the DPWI is not in a position to ascertain which NPOs are involved in the DBE initiative.

d) Since the DPWI and the IDT are not involved in the implementation of the programme, the DPWI is:

(i) not in a position to ascertain the number of NPOs involved in the DBE initiative.

(ii) not in a position to ascertain, for now, the number of participants already engaged in the DBE initiative. However once the DBE reports the participants into the EPWP Reporting System, this information will be available.

(iii) notaware of the schools benefiting from the programme.

e) The DPWI is not possession of the relevant details of schools benefitting from the programme.

18 August 2020 - NW1719

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What number of vacant properties owned by her department (a)(53)have been subjected to land invasions and (b)(i)(9)were successful in preventing land invasion, (ii)(32)were unsuccessful in preventing land invasion and are currently occupied and (iii)(12) has been the subject of legal processes for trespassing and/or eviction orders in 2019 and 2020?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure as follows:

(a) Number of vacant properties subjected to land invasions.

Bloemfontein =1 (One)

Cape Town = 4 (Four)

Durban = 8 (Eight)

Johannesburg = 0 (Nil)

Kimberley = 3 (Three)

Mmabatho = 3 (Three)

Nelspruit =9 (Nine)

Polokwane = 2 (two)

Port Elizabeth = 9 (Nine)

Pretoria = 0 (Nil)

Umthatha = 14 (Fourteen)

TOTAL = 53

No.

Regional Office

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

   

List of sites:successful in preventing land invasion

List of sites:

unsuccessful in preventing land invasion and are currently occupied

List of sites:

the subject of legal processes for trespassing and/or eviction orders in 2019 and 2020

1

Nelspruit Regional Office

 
  • Portion 2 of the Farm Dingwell 276 JT.
  • Farm Ingrid 591 JU
  • Farm Rooiduiker 591 JU
  • Farm Vaalribok 547 JU
  • Farm Langrand 457 JT
  • Farm Lindenau 303 JT
  • Portion 23 of the Farm Valschfontein 33 JS
  • Farm Masoyi Police Station 74 JU
  • Farm Mimosa 557 JU

2

Cape Town

  • Portion of Farm 421 Doring Bay
  • ERF 1117 Blaauwberg
  • Farm 295 Grabouw
  • Portion 65 of Farm 82 RoodeZand, Worcester (Known as Sandhills)

NONE

3

Kimberley

  • Erf 1 Danielskuil
  • Erf 6983 Kimberley, eviction process is underway
  • Erf 1 Danielskuil and Erf 6983 Kimberley

4

Mthatha

  • 3Erf 14040 at Police Camp in Mthatha
  • Erf 265 Sprigg Street in Mthatha
  • Erf 264 Main Street Port St Johns
  • Erf 85 Tsomo
  • Erf 200 Mthatha
  • Erf 7547 Ntusi Street, Mthatha
  • Erf 1950 in Mthatha
  • Erf 1952 in Mthatha
  • Erf 1963 in Mthatha
  • Erf 8711 in Mthatha
  • Erf 234 in Mthatha
  • Erf 8328 in Mthatha and
  • Erf 170 Port St Johns
  • Erf 920 in Mthatha

5

Durban

  • Remainder of Erf 77 Howick (17 Theed Street, Howick)
  • Rem of Portion 69 of the farm Reserve No. 7A No. 15826,
  • Rem of Portion 3 of the farm Veelgeluk No. 171
  • Portion 4 of the farm RietVallei No. 1043
  • Erf 500 La Lucia (1 Oakleigh Avenue, La Lucia)
  • Erf 387 Rose Hill (148 Manfred Drive, Park Hill, Durban North)
  • Erf 550 Scottburgh (43 Erskine Street, Scottburgh)
  • Erf 1878 Amanzimtoti (13 Dickens Road, Athlone Park, Amanzimtoti

6

Port Elizabeth

 
  • Farm 45, Draaibosch

Komga,

  • Farm 114, Kommetjiesleegte Outspan

East London,

  • Farm 356, Black Hill Outspan
  • East London,

Farm 866 PT 1,

East London RD,

  • Farm 871, Grey dell

East London,

  • Farm 871 PT 1, Grey dell

East London,

  • Farm 871 PT 3, Grey dell

East London,

  • Farm 276 PT 1, PlaasDonkerhoek,
  • AlbanyFarm 304, Nahoon Dam

East London,

7

Johannesburg

NONE

NONE

NONE

8

Bloemfontein

 
  • ERF 8225 Portion 1,Thabong, Welkom
 

9

Pretoria

NONE

NONE

NONE

10

Mmabatho

  • Portion 4 of the farm Zandpan 423 IP,
  • Portion 24 and 34 of Rustenburg town and Townlands 272 JQ,
  • Portion 1 of farm Wildebeestfontein 274 JQ
   

11

Polokwane

   
  • PT 13 of Farm Tempelhof 150 MS
  • Remainder of Farm Loskop North 12 JS
 

TOTAL

9

32

12

Closing statement:

The department managed to deploy various strategies on the prevention of land invasion and that includes the 9 vacant land, amongst the strategies to be deployed the department is planning to procure the services of the Security Companies to patrol the land and forge the relationship with various municipalities to collaborate and share intelligence on the land prevention strategies.

The department is also intending to collaborate with community leaders, civil activists and whistle blowers in order to receive information of potential threats on land invasion and act immediately upon receipt of such information to prevent further land invasions, also to report cases to South African Service to assist with the arrest of the trespassers and distraction of informal structures within 24 hours.

18 August 2020 - NW1720

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)Whether her department collaborates with the SA Heritage Resources Agency whenever national monuments are being renovated and/or refurbished; if not, what steps are being taken to ensure the integrity of national monuments; (2) whether, in view of client departments being responsible for day to day maintenance and repairs on national monuments, the user asset management plan requires that specialist heritage architects and contractors be appointed to do the work; if not, why is this principle not being implemented; if so, is there a database of heritage architects and contractors?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1) With the promulgation of the National Heritage Resources Act, no 25, 1999, and with reference to Section 58 (11 )(a), all monuments declared as 'National Monuments' under the previous National Monuments Act, are now classified as "Provincial Heritage Sites" and are therefore subject to heritage management under the 'provincial heritage resource authorities' in their respective provinces. These 'Provincial Heritage Sites' are thus no longer subject to heritage management under the SAHRA.

Sites now declared to be of 'national significance', under the provisions of the National Heritage Resources Act, are declared 'National Heritage Sites', also termed, 'Grade 1 Heritage Sites'. This replaces the previous designation of 'National Monument' with 'National Heritage Site'. Furthermore, 'National Heritage Sites' are independently owned and only some fall under the title of Public Works and Infrastructure. These include the Union Buildings, 120 Plein Street in Cape Town, the Houses of Parliament, Tuynhuys, the Castle of Good Hope, Constitution Hill precinct and Freedom Park.

In this context, the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure, do engage with the SAHRA during the planning and execution phases of renovation projects on these sites. This ensures that intervention and restoration work is carried out in compliance with the National Heritage Resources Act and in line with each site's Conservation Management Plan. For example, planning for restoration work at the Union Buildings is underway and regular engagement occurs with the SAHRA in the obtaining of permit approvals to carry out the work.

(2) User Asset Management Plans (UAMPs) require compliance with all legislationincluding the National Heritage Resources Act. The South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP), however, provides no separate classification for 'heritage architect'. Neither is there an official classification for 'heritage contractor'. Architects by virtue of their registration as a professional architect with SACAP, are deemed to possess the necessary competency to address heritage requirements for projects. It is therefore, not required that DPWI keep a database of 'heritage architects'.

The DPWI, when carrying out 'Planned Maintenance' and 'Repair & Renovation' projects on heritage buildings, irrespective of their cultural heritage significance, often appoint a 'heritage practitioner' as part of the project's professional consultant team. Required by the National Heritage Resources Act, all DPWl's projects on heritage buildings include the required heritage study and a permit application to the relevant provincial heritage authority - or the SAHRA, in the case of National Heritage Sites. DPWl's Heritage Advisory Services, provides input/advice to DPWI staff, client departments, consultants and contractors, to ensure that they are well informed.

Day-to-Day maintenance work, is the responsibility of each client department. This work is utilitarian in nature and carried out as and when needed; for example, the replacement of a tap washer. These types of services do not require heritage expertise. By default, an official appointed by a client department to manage day­to-day maintenance, should be suitably qualified to make correctjudgments, to know that, for example, should a section of an historic gable collapse, specialist input by an architect and heritage practitioner would be necessary and furthermore, that an experienced contractor would need to be appointed to effect the repair appropriately. Only in exceptional cases, is specialised restoration work needed, for example, a requirement for a stonemason. Such expertise is appointed through the standard supply chain processes of the Department. Tender requirements can include allowance for scoring for specialist heritage experience, to assist in procuring a suitably experienced contractor or artisan.

18 August 2020 - NW1739

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Tshwaku, Mr M to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(a)What are the names of the (i) buildings and/or (ii) sites that are currently used as quarantine sites; (b) where is each specified property located; (c) what are the relevant details of each property; (d) is each property in private or public ownership; (e) what is the cost of each property; (f) what is the duration of the contract in each case and (g) who made the request in

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The response to questions (a) to (g) above are provided in tabular format and attached as

Annexure A titled, “Quarantine Sites Contracted by the Department of Public Works and

Infrastructure – Covid-19 Pandemic”.

ANNEXURE A

ANNEXURE A to NA PQ 1739

QUARANTINE SITES CONTRACTED BY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE - COVID 19 PANDEMIC

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

1

Musina Hotel and Conference Facility

Limpopo

3 National Road, Musina

Private

R1050-00

Not applicable.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

No persons under investigation (PUI’s) checked-in for quarantine to date.

2

Tsogo Sun - Garden Court Eastgate

Gauteng

Ernest Oppenheimer Ave, Bruma, Johannesburg

Private

R1207-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

3

Tsogo Sun - Garden Court Newlands

Cape Town

7 Main Road, Newlands Cape Town

Private

R1380-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

4

Tsogo Sun - Stay Easy Eastgate

Gauteng

8 South Boulevard, Bruma, Johannesburg

Private

R1092-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

5

Tsogo Sun Stay Easy Emnotweni

Mpumulanga

Southern Sun Stay Easy Emnotweni

15 Government Boulevard

Riverside Park Ext 1

Nelspruit

1201

Private

R1092-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

6

Tsogo Sun Southern Sun Bloemfontein

Free State

Cnr Nelson Mandela and Meville Drive

Brandwag

Bloemfontein

9301

Private

R1380-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

7

Centurion Lake Hotel - Pretoria

Gauteng

1001 Lenchen Avenue North, Centurion, Gauteng, 0046

Private

R1050-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

8

City Lodge Grand West

Cape Town

Grand West Casino & Entertainment World, Off Vanguard Drive,, Goodwqood, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8001

Private

R1050-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

9

City Lodge V & A

Cape Town

Cnr Dock & Alfred Roads, V & A Waterfront, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8001

Private

R1050-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

10

City Lodge Durban Hotel

Durban

CnrSylvestor Road, KE Masinga Road, Durban

Private

R1207-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

11

City Lodge Umhlanga Ridge

Durban

2 Palm Boulevard, Umhlanga Ridge, Umhlanga, KwaZulu-Natal, 4321

Private

R1205-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

12

Capital on Park

Gauteng

101 Katherine street, Sandown, Sandton

Private

R1138-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

13

Capital Melrose

Gauteng

AthollOaklands road, Melrose North Johannesburg

Private

R1138-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

14

Capital Bath

Gauteng

72 Bath Avenue Rosebank, Johannesburg

Private

R1138-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

15

Capital Ivy Villa Hotel

Gauteng

160 Helen Road, Strathavon, Sandton, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2196

Private

R1138-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

16

Capital on Empire

Gauteng

177 Empire Place, Sandhust, Sandton

Private

R1138-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

17

Capital Menlyn Maine - Pretoria

Gauteng

194 Bancor Avenue, Menlyn , Pretoria

Private

R1138-50

Not applicable.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

Discontinued use as this is a multi-tenant facility

18

Mercure Hotels South Africa - Midrand

Gauteng

Old Pretoria road, Halfway House, Midrand

Private

R1092-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

19

Mercure Hotels South Africa - Bedfordview

Gauteng

33 Bradford Road, Bedfordview, Johannesburg, Gauteng,

Private

R1207-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

20

Mercure Premier Hotel

Nelspruit

Mpumulanga

Mercure Hotel Nelspruit

Cnr N4 and Graniet Street

Nelspruit

1200

Private

R1208-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

21

Peermont Emperors Palace Metcourt Hotel – Kempton Park

Gauteng

Emperor's Palace, 64 Jones Road, Jet Park, Kempton Park, Gauteng, 1620

Private

R1200-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

22

Peermont Emperors Palace Mondior Hotel – Kempton park

Gauteng

Emperor's Palace, 64 Jones Road, Jet Park, Kempton Park, Gauteng, 1620

Private

R1380-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

23

Indaba Hotel and Spa - Sandton

Gauteng

Cnr William Nicol and Wenning Street, Fourways, Sandton, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 3032

Private

R1207-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

24

Mannah Guest House

Kempton Park

Gauteng

39 Pomona Road, Pomona, Kempton Park, Gauteng, 1620

Private

R1120-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

25

Protea Hotel Balalaika

Sandton

Gauteng

20 Maude Street, Sandown, Sandton, Gauteng, 2146

Private

R1200-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

26

Protea Hotel Durbanville

Cape Town

99 Jip de Jager Drive, Tygervalley, Bellvile, Cape Town, Western Cape, 7530

Private

R950-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

27

Radisson Blu - Gautrain

Gauteng

Rivonia Road, Sandton, Benmore

Private

R1000-00

Not applicable.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

Discontinued use as this is a multi-tenant facility

28

Radisson Blu Park Inn Newlands

Cape town

10 Hemlock Street, Newlands, Cape Town, Western Cape,7701

Private

R1200-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

29

Park Inn Radisson Foreshore

Cape Town

29 Heerengracht, Foreshore, cape town, Western Cape, 8000

Private

R1233-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

30

Radisson Blu

Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth

Marine Drive and Nineth Ave, Port Elizabeth

Private

R1233-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

31

Birchwood Hotel

Kempton Park

Gauteng

Viewpoint Road, Bardene, Bardene, Boksburg, Gauteng, 1462

Private

R1150-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

32

Centurion Legacy Hotel

Gauteng

1001 Lenchen Avenue North, Centurion, Gauteng, 0046

Private

R1130-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

33

Signature Lux Hotel Foreshore

Cape Town

7 Hans Strijdom Street

Private

R790-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

34

New Tulbagh Hotel

Cape Town

8 Hans Strijdom Avenue

Private

R950-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

35

First Million Development CC T/A Black Mountain Hotel – Free State

Free State

Black Mountain Hotel

Suite 215

Private bag X 01

Brandhof

9324

Private

R1150-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

36

First Million Development CC T/A Windmill Casino Hotel – Free State

Free State

96 Raymond Mhlaba Street

Navalsig

Bloemfontein

9301

Private

R1050-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

37

President Hotel - Bloemfontein

Free State

President Hotel Free State

1 Union Avenue

Navalsig

Bloemfontein

9301

Private

R1150-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

38

Farm House Lodge

Free State

Paul Kruger ave 229

Universitas

Bloemfontein

9300

Private

R850-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

39

Tuscany Lodge and Conference Centre

Free State

PO Box 12748

Brandhof

9324

Private

R850-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

40

Monte Bello Estate

Free State

Monte Bello Estate

PO Box 22 111

Exton Weg

Bloemfontein

9313

Private

R1150-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

41

Badplaas Forever Resorts

Mpumulanga

Badplaas Forever Resorts

R38 Main Road between Carolina and Barberton

Mpumalanga

1190

Private

R1207-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

42

Kings Tide Boutique Hotel

Port Elizabeth

16 10th avenue, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth

Private

R1050-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

43

Coastlands West Street Hotel

Durban

Dr PixleyKaseme street, Durban Central

Private

R1000-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

44

Coastlands Umhlanga Hotel

Durban

329 UMHLANGA ROCKS DRIVE, UMHLANGA, DURBAN, KwaZulu-Natal, 4319

Private

R1000-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

45

aHa Bloemfontein Hotel

Free State

AHa Bloemfontein Hotel

Suite 109, Private Bag X01

Brandhof

 

Private

R1200-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

46

aHaKopanong Hotel

Kempton Park

Gauteng

243 Glen Gory Rad, Nortons Home Estates, Benoni

 

R1200-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

47

aHa Ivory Tree Game Lodge

North West

Bakgatla National Park

Pilanesburg Nature Reserve SP

North West

0318

Private

R1350-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

48

Saint Georges Hotel - Pretoria

Gauteng

58 Goede Hoop Ave, Doornkloof, Pretoria

Private

R1150-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

49

Ehrlick Park Lodge

Free State

Ehrlich Park Lodge

P.O. BOX 27130

Ward Number 19

Bloemfontein

9301

Private

R1000-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

50

MetsiMatso Lodge

Free State

Free State

Jwala-Boholo

Thaba-Bosiu

Maloti a Phofung

Qwaqwa

9601

Private

R1050-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

51

Bon Hotel Bloemfontein

Free State

Bon hotel Bloemfontein central

Bloem plaza

East burger street

Bloemfontein

9301

Private

R1200-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

52

Relekane Guest House

Free State

Relekane Guest House

P.O. BOX 27130

Ward Number 16

Bloemfontein

9301

Private

R1000-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 
                 

Serial No

Name of Buildings or Sites currently used as Quarantine Sites

a(i) and (ii)

Location of each property

(b)

Relevant details of each property

(c)

Ownership status - private or public

(d)

Cost of each property. Rate per room as per FEDHASA

(e)

Duration of the contract

(f)

Who made the request

(g)

Comments

53

Oasis Hotel

Upington

Northern Cape

Oasis Hotel

PO Box 198126 Schroder Street,Upington 8800

Private

R1100-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

54

River City Inn

Upington

Northern Cape

River City Inn

C/o Park and Scott Street

26 Scott street

Upington

8801

Private

R1170-00

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

55

Elangeni Lodge

Mpumulanga

Elangeni Lodge

P. O Box 313

Malelane

1320

Private

R1207-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

56

Khayalami Guest Lodge

Mpumulanga

Khayalami Lodge

29 Van Wijk Street

Sonheuwel

Nelspruit

1200

Private

R1092-50

National state of disaster period.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

 

57

aHa Casa Da Sol Hotel and Resort

Mpumulanga

Aha Casa Do Sol Hotel and Resort

11 Autumn Street

Rivonia

Johannesburg

2128

Private

R1350-00

Not applicable.

NATJOINTS Border Control Workstream and PORT HEALTH

No persons under investigation (PUI’s) checked-in for quarantine to date.

18 August 2020 - NW1794

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)Whether, with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, better known as ISIS, being active in the northern parts of Mozambique and reports of almost 210 000 Mozambican citizens displaced since April 2020 resulting in the potential for Mozambicans wanting to come into South Africa to avoid the conflict, her department has done any assessment, since 1 January 2020, of the state of the border between South Africa and Mozambique; if so, what were the findings; if not, (2) whether her department will be doing an assessment; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, on what date will the assessment be done; (3) whether an additional budget will be sought to address any shortcomings in the border fence; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, from where will additional funds for border fence infrastructure be sourced if required?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1. Yes, in terms of initiating infrastructure planning, and obtaining high level cost estimates a town planning/ site clearance assessment on the ±554 km borderline fencing and patrol roads is currently under way.

The findings of the town planning assessment report will be presented to the Department of Defence and the newly established Border Management Agency (BMA), a public entity of the Department of Home Affairs for their joint consideration and incorporation into the development of National Border Security Strategic Plan.

2. As per 1 above.

3. The National Border Security Strategic Plan, will support the Strategic Infrastructure needs and submission to National Treasury to approve additional capital budget allocation for project implementation by DPWI.

18 August 2020 - NW1717

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Hill-Lewis, Mr GG to ask the Minister of Public Works andInfrastructure

Whatarethefulldetailsofalldisbursementsthatherdepartmenthasmadeavailabletoeach province in response to theCovid-19pandemic?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has not made any disbursement to Provinces in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is for both the Main Vote and the PMTE. The Department paid directly for quarantine sites and for renovation work done for GBV facilities in Gauteng and the Western Cape.

 

18 August 2020 - NW1448

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(a) What was the percentage of budget and actual amount of money budgeted for maintenance of infrastructure owned by her department in the 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 financial years and since 1 April 2020, (b) what percentage and actual amount of the budgeted amounts were spent in the 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 financial years, (c) what were the reasons why the budget was either over- or underspent in each case and (d) which votes and/or line items were either increased and/or reduced as a result?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(a) The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) percentage of budget and actual amount of money budgeted for maintenance of infrastructure in the 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 financial years and since 1 April 2020 is outlined in table 1 below:

Table 1: Infrastructure maintenance budget

 

Line Item

 

2017/18

2018/19

2019/20

April to June 2020

 

Budget

% of total Budget

 

Budget

% of total Budget

 

Budget

% of total Budget

 

Budget

% of total Budget

 

 

R'000

 

R'000

 

R'000

 

R'000

 

Scheduled and Unscheduled Maintenance

1 367 580

9%

1 570 448

10%

1 781 095

10%

1 437 861

7%

Repair

943 594

6%

1 087 519

7%

1 339 429

7%

1 451 024

7%

Refurbishment

1 034 464

7%

1 020 776

6%

1 233 776

7%

1 319 637

7%

Total

3 345 639

23%

3 678 743

22%

4 354 300

24%

4 208 522

22%

(b) The percentage and actual amount of the budgeted amounts were spent in the 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 financial years are listed in Table 2 below

Table 2: Infrastructure maintenance expenditure

Line Item

 

2017/18

2018/19

2019/20

April to June 2020

 

Exp

% Exp

 

Exp

% Exp

 

Exp

% Exp

 

Exp

% Exp

 

 

R'000

 

R'000

 

R'000

 

R'000 

 

Scheduled and Unscheduled Maintenance

1 316 633

96%

1 548 982

99%

1 781 095

100%

239 574

17%

Repair

952 025

101%

943 976

87%

1 057 534

79%

57 650

4%

Refurbishment

1 033 399

100%

926 515

91%

976 779

79%

57 650

4%

Total

3 302 057

99%

3 419 472

93%

3 815 408

88%

354 874

8%

(c) The scheduled and unscheduled maintenance budget for 2017/2018 was underspent by 4% and for 2018/19 the underspent was 1%, due to the portion of unscheduled maintenance, which cannot be predicted with certainty owing to breakdown of assets, equipment and conditions thereof.

In the mist of delivering infrastructure projects, DPWI encountered a number of challenges which include but not limited to the following:

  • Incapacity of some emerging contractors implementing our projects is adversely affecting timeous delivery of projects.
  • Clients requests for additional work and community protests and demands to be considered by service providers has financial implication on the preliminaries and generals costs of the projects;
  • Limited professional services positions for Sketch Plan approvals, which adds to delays for approval of sketch plans;
  • Extended tender adjudication and award dates;
  • Community protests and work stoppages;
  • Incapacity of some emerging contractors implementing DPWI projects is adversely affecting timeous delivery of projects.

(d) No Votes and/or line items were increased and/or reduced as a result of the under-expenditure.

18 August 2020 - NW1449

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1)With regard to assessing what procurement is required for expenditure related to Covid-19 and which will require deviation from supply chain procedures through emergency procurement under the Disaster Management Act, Act 57 of 2002, what (a) criteria are used to determine the qualifying items and/or projects and (b) mechanisms are in place to ensure that deviation is done strictly in line with the emergency procurement processes; (2) whether any projects that have been outstanding for a long time have been completed under the guise of Covid-19 projects; if not, what safeguards have been put in place to prevent such projects from being completed under the guise of Covid-19 projects; if so, what are the further relevant details?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1.(a) I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrasructure (DPWI) that the procurement of quarantine sites for Covid-19 is a deviation from supply chain processes and is done under “emergency” regulations.

The qualifying criteria for determination of this procurement is the notification received from the NatJoints Containment Work stream of all persons entering the country via the air, sea and land ports of entry and who require to be quarantined.The Beitbridge border fence was also procured through emergency from ordinary supply chain management processes.

(b) Emergency procurement is a delegated function which requires each delegated authority to consider the nature of the emergency request prior to approving the emergency. The emergency approval granted by the delegated authority is thereafter ratified by the relevant Bid Adjudication Committee.

(2) No requests were received via user clients or User Demand Management to complete projects under disguise of Covid-19.

18 August 2020 - NW1486

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) With reference to the 13 buildings which her department is supposed to hand over to the Minister of Social Developmentfor the purpose of victim empowerment shelters to assist women, (a) which of the seven buildings that have completed building renovations are currently operational, (b) who is the appointed service provider for each building, (c) what are the reasons that completed shelters are not currently operational and (d) by what date will the specified shelters be operational; (2) by what dates does she envisage that the renovations of the remaining six buildings will (a) commence and (b) be completed in each case?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(a) The following seven building renovations were completed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI):

Region

(a) Buildings were renovations completed

(a) Operational

Western Cape

Heidelberg

None of the 6 completed buildings are currently operational. The Department is finalising its administrative processes and contract arrangements with the province on letting of state owned property as per treasury regulations 16A7.4.

 

Albertina

 
 

Laingsburg

 
 

Aurora

 

Johannesburg

Observatory

 
 

Cyrildene

 

Pretoria

Salvokop

 

(b)

Region:

Building

Service Provider

Western Cape

Heidelberg

In-house Workshops

 

Albertina

In-house Workshops

 

Laingsburg

In-house Workshops

 

Aurora

In-house Workshops

Johannesburg

Observatory

Unified Plumbing Services

 

Cyrildene

Unified Plumbing Services

Pretoria

Salvokop

In-house Workshops

(c) The Department is finalising its administrative processes and contract arrangementswith the province on letting of state owned property as per treasury regulations 16A7.4. Approval by National Treasury will be sought as soon as Western Cape Province confirms the nominal rental it is amenable to.

DPWI wrote to National Treasury on 29 May 2020 to seek approval that the Department is following up with responses.

Gauteng province has visited its sites this week (21-24 July 2020) and was further provided with the draft agreement for its perusal and confirmation of its agreeableness to the terms of the contract.

(d) As soon as the contract arrangements that confirms that DPWI will recover refurbishment costs, user departments will be responsible for costs related to municipal services, maintenance and operation of the facilities have been agreed to and approval by National Treasury granted. The agreement will then be concluded and properties be available for occupation.

(2)

BUILDING

a) COMMENCEMENT DATE

b) COMPLETION DATE

Aurora, Western Cape

Work has commenced

20 July 2020

Aurora, Western Cape

Work has commenced

31 July 2020

Moorreesburg, Western Cape

Work has commenced

07 August 2020

Die Wilgers, Pretoria

Work has commenced through in-house Workshops

Completion date is yet to be determined due to change in scope and appointment of contractors to finalise additional work

Mountain view, Pretoria

   

Waterkloof Heights, Pretoria

   

18 August 2020 - NW1540

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

Whetherherdepartmenthaslaunchedaninternalinvestigationintothecurrent scam affecting her department regarding the calling for tenders; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what steps have been taken in thisregard; (2) whether every individual whose name appears on a fraudulent tender request has been investigated; if not, why not; ifso, (3) whether the matter has been reported to the SA Police Service (SAPS); if so, what progress has been made on the case; ifnot, (4) whether the matter will be reported to the SAPS; if not, why not; if so, on what date; (5) given the apparent authenticity of the documentation, what measures have been put in place to improve ICT security? NW1911E

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

((1) At the emergence of the scam the Anti-Corruption Unit instituted investigations to determine amongst others whether there was evidence to suggest the involvement of the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) officials in the scam. The assistance of the law enforcement agencies were also solicited in this respect, criminal referrals were made and investigations were initiated by SAPS whom the assigned investigators worked closely with, the Anti-Corruption Unit and provided regularupdates.InvestigationsbytheSAPSarestillongoing.Throughcoordination

of investigation efforts with the internal ICT division, it was also established that the emails containing DPWI officials’ credentials didn’t originate from the DPWI ICT infrastructurenetworkorsystems.Emanatingfromthefindingsoftheinvestigations alludedtoabove,itwasresolvedthatthroughtheChiefDirectorateCommunications and Marketing the Department should launch an awareness campaign in an endeavour to alert members of the public to validate requests for quotations purported to be issued by theDPWI.

SCM’s contribution to this is as follows; “In keeping with the departments zero tolerance approach to fraud and corruption, an on-going awareness campaign is undertaken and the departmental website warns all officials and service providers about fraudulent order scams. Any purchase order or quotation/tender purported to be from DPWI must first be verified prior to delivery. The Department has also availed specific contact names and numbers on the website for both the internal staff and the service providers to enquire and report such scams.

2. IninstancesbroughttotheattentionoftheAnti-CorruptionUnitwhereDepartmental officials’credentialsareusedintheperpetrationoftenderfraud,theAnti-Corruption Unit conducts preliminary assessments to determine whether there is a need to institute an investigation into the matter. Extensive investigations conducted as highlighted in Paragraph 1 above has thus far revealed no linkages between Departmental officials and the fraudsters perpetrating thescam.

3. As highlighted in Paragraph 1, referrals were made to the SAPS and the investigations are ongoing in this regard. It should be noted that not all enquiries attended to by the Department results in the Department lodging a criminalcase.

4. The Department was advised by the South African Police Services (SAPS) that DPWI cannot be the complainant since it has never suffered any loss in such instances. SAPS has recommended that the DPWI should rather advise the affected service providers to be the ones who open a CAS with SAPS. The Departmentisthusadvisingallaffectedserviceproviderstoreportthematterattheir

nearest police stations and once the CAS is opened, SAPS normally obtains the affidavits/statements from the Department.

5. The Department has for all eventualities an anti-virus email softwarewhereby:

  • the latest Anti-virus software for end point security firewalls isrun;
  • all the offices including Regional Offices and sites have firewalls - Virtual Private Network (VPN);
  • a Virtual Private Network that ensures all officials logging into the DPWI domain operate in a secureenvironment;

Further to this:

    • TheDepartmenthasamasterICTpolicythatisregularlyreviewedtoaddress all governance and security relatedissues;
    • Active Directory password authentication is designed according topolicy;
    • All systems have current Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate to enable encryption, privacy, authentication and dataprivacy.

18 August 2020 - NW1658

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Siwisa, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What (a) criteria were used to identify the 191 non-profit organisations across the Republic to help with Covid-19 interventions, (b) are the names of the NPOs and (c) total number of the NPOs are black-owned?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(a) In 2019, a total of 339 NPOs were contracted by the Independent Development Trust (IDT) to implement the Non-State Sector (NSS) Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) programme over a period of 2 years from 2019/20 to 2020/21 financial years. The 339 NPOs contracted into the programme, were appointed based on the following criteria:

  • Proof of NPO registration with Department of Social Development (DSD);
  • Letter of good standing from the DSD;
  • Letter of good standing on Compensation for Occupational and Injuries and Disease Act (COIDA);
  • Proof of registration with the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF);
  • Printed copy for proof of registration with the Central Supplier Database (CSD) Registration;
  • Track record of existence of not less than 2 years; and
  • Willingness to participate in the EPWP COVID-19 response project.

For the EPWP COVID-19 response project, the same 339 NPOs were assessed for compliance with the CSD. From the assessed and contacted NPOs, some NPOs were not willing to participate in this intervention. Finally only 189 NPOs were appointed.

(b) The names of the contracted NPOs are attached herein as Annexure A.

(c) The table below demonstrates ownership status of the 189 NPOs contracted. Seventy seven percent (77%) of the NPOs contracted are 100% black owned.

Ownership Status

No. of NPOs

NPOs are 100% black owned

146

NPO is 100% White owned with 50% white women ownership

1

NPO is 21% Black owned with 9% Black women ownership and 79% White women ownership

1

NPO is 80% Black owned with 60% women ownership

1

NPO is 94% Black owned with 37% women ownership

1

No ownership details on CSD

39

TOTAL

189

ANNEXURE A

Province

Name of Non Profit Organisation

NPO Residential Address

EC

Aliwal Diocese Welfare & Development Committee

No 55 Carthcart Street, Aliwal North

EC

Dibashe Special Educare Inclusive

1431 N.U.10 Mdantsane, East London

EC

Empilisweni HIV/ Aids & Orphans Care Centre

1361 Gugulethu,Devana Location, King Williams Town

EC

Gwebindlala HIV/Aids

D206 N.U.9 Mdantsane, East London

EC

Iliso Care Society

Springrove, Queenstown

EC

Inqabayethu Youth Development

Mputhi A/A Baziya, Mthatha

EC

IxabisoLomntu Aids Awareness & Home Base Care

Magqabasini Location, Ndakeni A/A Flagstaff

EC

Lithemba Support Group

7406 NkewanaStreet,Kwazakhele, Port Elizabeth,6205

EC

ManguzelaThandanani Home Base Care

Dengwane Location, magadla A/A Mmatatiele

EC

Masizakhe Community Development Project

198 Nkonjane Street, Hostel Kwazakhele,Port Elizabeth,6205

EC

Mount Frere Paralegal Advice Centre

173 Main Street, Mt Frere

EC

NcedisizweHewu Home Base

ERF 2515 Ekuphumleni Rent Office Zone 2, Ekuphumleni Township, Whittlesea, 5360

EC

Peddie Development Centre

41 Sutton Road, Sidwell, Port Elizabeth,6001

EC

Port St Johns Community Legal Advice Centre

Erf 166 Church Street, Port St. John

EC

SakheSingamadoda Youth Programme

434 Ketse Street, KwaNomzamo

EC

Sinako Wellness & Development

136 A Langfield Road, Whittlesea

EC

Siphumelele Youth Organisation

No 1 African Lodge,African Square, Grahamstown

EC

Sizophila Community Child

Imizizi A/A Mchayi Location

EC

Sneeuwtjie Early Child

638 Hudson Street, Pienaarsig, New Bethersda

EC

Southern African Youth Movement

32 Swallow Drive, Westbank, King Williams Town, 5600

EC

UbabaloLusanele Skills Centre

Mkhonkotho Location, Holela A/A Centane

EC

Ubuhlebethu 1203 Organisation

21 Gordon Road Southernwood, East London

EC

UMzimkhulu Development Service

188 Garana, Roman Catholic Church , Mount Ayliff,4735

EC

Zanoncedo Empowerment Centre

Mpongo Location, Chalumna,East London,5200

FS

Bolokanang Churches

03 Boiketlo Street, Bolokanang ,Petrusburg, 9932

FS

ChildwelfareKgotsong

No 41 Greyling Street Bothaville, 9660

FS

Dihlabeng Initiative

2667 A Tsoella Street, Bohlokong, Bethlehem, 9701

FS

Itekeng Disabled Centre

5285 Zone 2 Ficsksburg, 9732

FS

Lesedi Hospice

251 Bammans street, Hertzogville, 9482

FS

Qhola - Qhwe

01 QholaQhweCreche, Witsiehoek, Phathaditjhaba, 9866

FS

Regeneration of the Lost Generation

888 Ramanamane Street, Rammulotsi Municipality Office Building, Viljoenskroon, 9520

FS

Southren Youth Movement

65 Ramakgari street, ThabaNchu, 9780

FS

Umzimkulu Development

Agricultural Centre, 92 Church Street Rouxville, 9958

GP

Angels Home Based Care

14808/28 CASWELL JAULA, KAGISO EXT 2

GP

Bakone Community Home Based Care

19178 LETHABONG STR, KAGISO EXT 14, MOGALE CITY

GP

EvangeliEncha Home Based Care

19178 LETHABONG STR, KAGISO EXT 14, MOGALE CITY

GP

Kgoro Organisation

PORTION 26, KROMDRAAI, KRUGERSDRORP

GP

KitsoLesedi Community Development

4538 Modisane Street Mogale City 1754

GP

Kopano Manyano God the Founder Center for Homeless

271 PRETORIUS STREET, BAREND VAN ERKOM BUILDING, 6TH FLOOR, ROOM 621, PRETORIA

GP

Legae La Bana HBC

2452 CNR JABULANI & CORANE STREET, MUNSIEVILLE, MOGALE CITY

GP

Linomtha Day and Aftercare Centre

12646 WALTER SISULU STR, EXTENTION 8, KAGISO

GP

Maximum Development Institute

No 83 WOBURN AVENUE, 1st FIRST FLOOR 101, BENONI

GP

Mo-AfrikaIthlokomele Educational Project

3623/7 MODJAJI &CNR MOHLOKA STR, ZONE 3, PIMVILLE

GP

National Institute Community Development & Management Trust (NICDAM)

89 Erasmus Avenue, Raslouw Estate, Wierda Park

GP

Nomncebo Community Development Project

2454 MAYFIELD EXT5 MINANAWE DAVEYTON

GP

Phaphamang Environmental Organisation

575014 ZONE 3,SEBOKENG, VERENIGING

GP

Rotanganedza Community Centre

PLOT 151, BADIRILE CLINIC, BADIRILE LOCATION, RANDFONTEIN

GP

ShomangSebenzani Development Initiative

LIMPRO PARK GARDEN SITES (PIKITUP 1 AND FILL SITE. MALBORO

GP

Siphumelele Youth Organisation

904 RALERATA STR,MOHLAKENG (MPCC) RANDFONTEIN

GP

Southern African Youth Movement (SAYM)

66 GLENWOOD ROAD LYNNWOOD PRETORIA

GP

TholaUlwazi Home Based Care & Training

6 SPENCER PLACE, LOMBARDY EAST

GP

Thought

56 BLOCK BB, SOSHANGUVE

GP

Tshwarisanang Environment Pro-ReActive Safety Mentors

6 SPENCER PLACE, LOMBARDY EAST

KZN

All Purpose Skills Development

D2290 EZIQHAZENI AREA NQUTHU 3135

KZN

Amajuba Community Development Project

Khambule stand, Madadeni, Newcastle

KZN

Asinqobe Youth Empowerment

D2284 Kwaluvisi area Nquthu 3135

KZN

Bakhiphe Community Development Organization

LOT 1033 SONKOMBO AREA MWOLOKOHLO NDWEDWE 4342

KZN

Buyisithemba Community Development

NGWADUMANE AREA, WARD11, MAPHUMULO 4470

KZN

Celukuthula Community And Counselling

UNION BLD EMPANGENI

KZN

Community Orphanage Centre And Shelter

MAFITLENG AREA NQUTHU 3135

KZN

EmbizeniCreche

D 999, KwaMbiza, Ntshongweni, 3700

KZN

EntokozweniCreche

98 OLD MAIN ROAD SHAKASKRAAL 3450

KZN

Esididini Community Project

BLOCK 11 MASSONDALE FARM MADADENI 2951

KZN

Ethekwini Young Entrepreneurs Network

22 GREEN FIELD ROAD CATO CREST MAYVILLE 4091

KZN

Hlanganani Youth Project

OGELELE

KZN

HlongwaCbo Network

D219 KWAHLONGWA THAFAMASI MAPHUMULO

KZN

IkhayaLethu Community Organization

Dendethu Area, Mandeni, 4491

KZN

Ikhayalethu Community Centre

Sithembile Area

KZN

Imbokodo Women Empowerment

Esidumbini Mission Nsuze Area P 712 Ndwedwe, 3242,

KZN

Inkanyezi Development Foundation

HLONGWA TRIBAL COUNCIL UMGUBO LOCATION UMZUMBE 4226

KZN

InkanyeziYokusa Development Organisation

Bhekuphiwa Area

KZN

Intungwa Development

1094 Qumbu Road Cato Crest

KZN

Lethukukhanya Crisis And Development Centre

KWADABEKA D PINETOWN

KZN

Majiya Community Projects

Magwetshana Reserve, Ntambanana

KZN

Makhuzeni Youth Development

Mphola Area, Ngandumbili, Nongoma.3950

KZN

Masibambisane

P 75 QoloqoloMthwalume 4200

KZN

Mawela Community Development

Emakhosini Reserve Ulundi

KZN

Mkhephi Project

Ward 09, Ngwebini Area, Nwutu

KZN

Mpilonhle

MTUBATUBA

KZN

Ndumiso Support Group

29 Mc Kenzie Street ,Dundee 3000

KZN

New Generation Community Organization

BHADANA LOCATION KWADUMISA 4200

KZN

New Philippian Church Of Southern Africa

2744 GOERGEDALE HAMMARSDALE 3700

KZN

Newcastle Arts Development Organization

Office Number 10 Kunene Shoping Complex 5376 Osizweni 2952

KZN

Nurses At A Go

16410 uBhaqa Road, Luganda Township, Marianhill 3609

KZN

PfuxaRixaxa Foundation

100463 Emgangeni Village, Amanzimtoti ,4125

KZN

Phembukuthula Community Care Organization

1162 Etholeni Area, Wasbank 2920

KZN

Inqabayethu Youth Development

01 Njengabathu Area Darlton 3236

KZN

Sakhisizwe Community Development Centre

CABAZINI LOCATION IXOPO

KZN

SakhisizweHiv/Aids Support Group Aids

Dube Village Groutville 4470

KZN

Sakhisizwe Youth Organization

Bhadane Location near Nqanula Combined Primary School

KZN

Sakhumnotho Development Services

51 Roy Campbell Drive, Napierville, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

KZN

Seconds Of Development

07 Minaar Street Utrecht

KZN

Simile Youth Project

KwaMdakane Area, Tribal Court, Dannhouser,3080

KZN

Simunye Youth Development

Egazini Reserve, KwaCeza,3866

KZN

Sinethemba Project

Mjunundu Road, Tribal Court, Vulamehlo

KZN

Siyakha Development Organisation

7305 Section 4 Madadeni 2951

KZN

Siyakhula Projects

72 BHOMELA AREA IZOTSHA PORTSHEPSTONE 4242

KZN

Siyakhula United Action For Development

72 Bhomela ,Portshepstone 4240

KZN

Siyanqoba Luncheon Club

10 a UNION STREET DUNDEE

KZN

Siyathuthuka Care Centre

NONGOMA

KZN

Siza Youth And Community Development

Crompton Street, Pinetown 3610

KZN

Sizzan Community Development

SIZZAN CENTRE KWADUKUZA 4450

KZN

Soul Prosper Home Based Care

Mondlo Vryheid

KZN

South African Food Security And Development Agency

45 CORNOR STREET ESCOURT 3310

KZN

South African Youth Movement

Kwavova Area Poulpietersburg 3180

KZN

Thembalihle Community Project

ESIBOZILE TOWNSHIP DUNDEE

KZN

Thought

EMATIMATOLO WARD 2 GREYTOWN

KZN

Ubuntu Crisis And Family Care Centre

181 WYEBANK ROAD KLOOF 3610

KZN

Umusawake Family Care And Crisis

D1063 EKUVUKENI TOWNSHIP 3389

KZN

Widowed Women Of South Africa

H1912 IHOBE STREET ESIKHAWINI

KZN

Youth Organization United

15 SAGITTARIUS ROAD COLITA

KZN

Ziphatheleni Community Development

LOT230 UMBUMBULU 4105

LP

Sakhumnotho Development Service

57 Woodhouse Rd Scottsville PMBurg 3201

LP

Intungwa Development

Amaoti Durban

LP

TiangMaatlaMultupurpose Centre

PO Box 4801 Solomondale 0964

LP

Tjiane drop in centre

Stand 20105 Tjiane Ga-Mphahlele 0745 next to Thelela shop

LP

Mo- AfrikaIthlokomele Educational Project

Shop NO 5 Shallas complex Senwabarwana

LP

Dzekula Development Organisation

Nwadzekudzeku village MadyisaStrret next to Zala

LP

HomuMinceka White Project

Stand no 661 Makosha Village Giyani

LP

Pfuxanani Early Learning Centre

PO Box 4903 Giyani 0826

LP

Ramotshinyadi HIV/AIDS Youth Guide

Stand no 1205 Ramotshinyadi village next to Pamotshinyadi clinic

LP

Are Ikemeng Young Womans Health Development organization

PO Box 4794 Mpudulle 1057

LP

IntuthukoYesizwe Community Organization

PO Box 1499 Groblersdal0470

LP

Life Orienttion Home Based Care

Stand no BA 85 Lekala section Boekenhoutkloof next to ikhutsheng primary school

LP

Mamokwale home based care

Mmakagatle A next to Hututu High school Stand no10035

LP

Mohaletse Disabled Group

MohlaletsiMaeba Next to taxi rank

LP

Phela o phedishe health and welfare care group

PO Box 3621 Lefalane 0741

LP

TafelkopeLesedi home based cate

PO Box 0474 Boleu 0474

LP

Elandskraal Home Based Care

Stand no 383 Elandskraal Block 2

LP

Far North Youth development Initiative

Office no 9 Managaomplex Thohoyandou

LP

Get Ready Information Services

521 Section A Hospital Road Malamulele

LP

Gundo Community Development

PO Box3116 Sibasa 0970

LP

Imvuselelo Development Agency

No 715 Mulila Street P West Thohoyandu

LP

Miehleketo Early Learning Centre

 

LP

Bangwanate Disabled Project

PO Box 4463 Mokopane 0600

LP

Bathuseng Community Center

PO Box1911 Mokopane 0600

LP

Ga Mokaba Reading Room

Ga-Mokaba Village MokopaneTown

MP

Amos/Kgaphamadi

Stand no:50154 EzakheniKwamhlanga

MP

Buhlebesizwe

323 Buhlebesizwe Community Centre Empumalanga

MP

Easthigh college

Orion Building 33 Bester Street Nelspriut

MP

Foster Care & Widowers HBC

Stand no:121 Newington C Ximhungwe

MP

Impilo community centre

Stand no;232 Vaalbank Ext Mbibane

MP

Isiphephelo

23146 Ext 21 EmbalenhleMhlambanyathi Street Embalenhle

MP

Ithembalomphakathi

No 1057 Phola Park Kwamhlanga 1022

MP

Ithuseng Pre-School

2547 Thamaga Street Kwaguqa Ext 4 Emalahleni

MP

Jeepes Reef HBC

Stand no:1219 Jeepes Reef ShongweMissoin

MP

KagoYabana

53 Wilkens street Rockysdrift

MP

Laapeng Foundation

Stand no: 1612 A Main Road Kabhokweni Old Complex

MP

Ntataise

150 Solomon Street Rocky's Drift White River

MP

Philisani Drop In Centre

Stand no 210 Mbangwane 1355

MP

Piet Retief Miracle Centre

5717 Phola Park Ethandukhanya Piet Retief

MP

SiphosethuDaycare Centre

Stand no:1045 Gembokspruit

MP

Thola-Ulwazi Home Based Care and Training

Stand no: 7028 MatselapataWaterval B Siyabuswa

MP

Thought

106 Kwachibikhulu Location Chrissiesmeer

MP

Tirhani

Stand no:339 Rolle Village Thulamahashe

MP

Tiyimiseleni HBC

Stand no:628 Lillydale B Main Road Ximhungwe

MP

Zimiseleni DOTS

Stand no:603 Driekoppies Trust Shongwe Mission

NC

Thought

1202 Matshidisho Street, Olifantshoek

NC

Woman of Wisdom

60 Queensway Hadison Park Kimberly 8301

NW

ARE DIRENG CARE GIVERS

1186, Blackrock Section

NW

BATSHA BA KOPANE

1810Goponyane Sec, MabekaskraalVill

NW

HOPE AND FAITH DROP IN CENTRE

294 Thuto Neo Primary School

NW

ICCSA

3768 B MAIYELA SECTION 2868

NW

ITIRELENG PROJECT

1793 Kafotlha Street , Reagile, Koster

NW

KATLO DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

560 BLOCK I EXT LETLHABILE

NW

KGOTHATSANANG ORGANISATION

2007B, Skampaneng, Ga-Motle Village

NW

KITSO KE LESEDI

14 MOLATLHEGI AVENUE
RUSTENBURG
0263

NW

KUTULLO DISABILITY CARE CENTRE

1406 Block F, Letlhabile

NW

LEANO LA BOPHELO AND SUPPORT GROUP

28007 ESXTENSION 24

NW

LOKGABENG DISABLED CENTRE

KLERKSDORP

NW

MAKAPANSTAD RURAL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

2642 B MMEKWA SECTION

NW

OBAKENG DISABILITY CENTRE

969EA NearWalterLetsie High School

NW

PEELETSO SECHABENG DEVELOPMENT

3291 LERATO STREET TLHABANE

NW

PHILANI HEALTH CARE CENTRE

X583 MokhechaneStr, Jouberton, Klerksdorp

NW

REKOPANE OLD AGE AND DISABILITY

272 KGOSING SECTION MAIN ROAD , PELLA OD CLINIC

NW

RELEBOGILE CARE SUPPORT

0165 ZONE 5 NGOBI

NW

SAVF VentersdorpOuestehuis

47 Mark Street Ventersdorp

NW

SUNSHINE SELF HELP

301 BLOCK I MAUBANE

NW

THE GOOD SAMARITAN PROJECT

590 KAMEEL STREET LETSOPA LOCATION

NW

TSHEDIMOSETSO

20123 DIBATE VILLAGE

WC

DWDE (Disability workshop developent)

21 Cavendish Street Claremont

WC

Edu-Plett

1 Xiphula Street, kwanokuthula, Plett

WC

God Cares International

37 Lynx Pacalsdorp George

WC

Iliso Care Society

A648 Sunrise Street Site C Khayelitsha

WC

Masibambane Community Garden

G232 Mongise road, Khayelitsha

WC

Prince Albert Advice and Development Centre

3 Voorstreet, Prince Albert

WC

Siyakhathala

56-675 Oscar Mpetha road khayelitsha

WC

South African Youth Council

10A Old Dutch Square, Bill Bezuidenhoudt Avenue, Bellville

WC

Urban Rural Development

Langa Housing Department, Washington Street, Langa

18 August 2020 - NW1629

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

What are the full details on the (a) exact terms of reference, (b) scope of work, (c) project timelines, including the commencement date, (d) anticipated completion date and (e) appointment of key role players to deliver the project for the (i) revamping of the Groote Schuur Estate, (ii) roads and parking at the Bryntirion Presidential Estate and (iii) facilities management at the Union Buildings and The Presidency offices?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

I was informed by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) regarding work done at Groote Schuur Estate, Bryntirion Presidential Estate and the Union Buildings.

(i) The following response relates to Groote Schuur Estate Infrastructure project.

a) Terms of reference:

Upgrade of Infrastructure Services relating to the Civil Works (Stormwater, water reticulation; plumbing) and Electrical infrastructure

b) Scope of works:

Upgrade internal roads; Perimeter security and patrol paths; Fire reticulation network upgrade; Upgrade sewer reticulation networks; Upgrade storm-water systems; Electrical supply and upgrades; Upgrade Potable water reticulation network; Upgrade irrigation supply and storage and landscaping 

c) Project timelines:

Site was handed over 1 July 2020 with a 30 month construction period.

d) Anticipated completion date:

The anticipated project completion date is December 2022

e) Appointment of key role players:

Goega is the Implementing Agent acting as Project Manager.

Aurecon  acting as Principal Agent and responsible for Electrical & Civil Works.

FCHolm appointed Landscape Architect responsible for irrigation and landscaping. 

Martin & East is the appointed contractor

(ii) The following relates to Roads and Parking at the Bryntirion Presidential Estate

a) Terms of reference:

The terms of reference emantes from the conversion of government farm into Bryntirion estate which requires that we provide clean water, build roads and stromwater.

b) Scope of works:

The project comprises of the construction of roads, storm water, water reticulation and sewer on Western side and central area of the Bryntirion Estate.

c) Project timelines:

The project is anticipated to commence on the 19 October 2020

d) Anticipated completion date:

The anticipated project completion date is October 2023

e) Appointment of key role players:

A Service Provider has not been appointed yet. The implementation of the project will be supported by the following members of the Project Management Office;

Boleng Consulting Services – Project Management Professional Services

ChibweAfritectsSA – Architectural Professional Services

Elconsult CC – Quantity Surveying Professional Services

Weaveway Trade CC – Civil Engineering Professional Services

(iii) The following relates to the Facilities Management at the Union Buildings and The Presidency offices

a) Terms of reference:

Facilities Management Contract for PresitigeAccomodation in Pretoria(Tambo House, SM Makgatho Guest House, AFB Waterkloof Presidential Suites).

The Prestige Accommodation list of Facilities is made up of a portfolio of Buildings which are extremely old and are of immense National Heritage value. The current state of these facilities has reached various stages of decay, deterioration and disrepair which is attributed to a lack of efficient and effective maintenance.

b) Scope of works:

The security measure upgrade of the entire premises, upgrading of the HVAC system, roof repairs, maintenance of mechanical, building, electrical, plumbing and drainage infrastructure. As well as cleaning and horticulture services.

c) Project timelines:

Site was handed over 02 May 2019 with a 60 month construction period.

d) Anticipated completion date:

The anticipated project completion date is April 2024

e) Appointment of key role players:

The Contract is implemented by the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) with the support of the following members of the Project Management Office;

Nkonki& Associates – Project Management and Quantity Surveying Professional Services

Ikemeleng Architects – Architectural Professional Services

Rev2Light – Occupational Health and Safety Professional Services

Phatsimo Engineering – Electrical Engineering and Security Installations Professional Services

Tsekwane Investments – Civil and Structural Engineering Professional Services

ADI Engineering – Mechanical Engineering and Fire Installations Professional Services

Gauflora/Superfactor JV- Contractor

18 August 2020 - NW1796

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Public Works andInfrastructure

Whether, given the Covid-19 pandemic whereby the iThemba land in Cape Town has been earmarked as a transitional residential site where identified residents from informal settlements would be moved to a spart of there-blocking,she has given the Western Cape provincial government and/or the Housing Development Agency the power of attorney to commence with the various statutory processes; if not,wh ynot; if so, what are the (a) relevant details and (b) anticipated time frames for the completion of the process?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

Farm Eersteriv No. 981 Stellenbosch also known as iThemba land is a property under the custodianship of DPWI and is allocated and utilised by the South African Police Service (SAPS). In order to make available a portion of the property as requested by the DepartmentofHumanSettlements,SAPSwasrequestedtoconfirmifDPWImayproceed to release the required portion of FarmEersteriv.

The SAPS has indicated that the property is utilised as a shooting range with various Specialised Units such as Provincial training, Anti-Gang, Public Order Policing, Tactical Response as well as residential accommodation for SAPS officials. Further, the SAPS pointed out issues relating security concerns that would be brought about by the abutting housing development as the base is occupied by highly specialised operational units. The proximity of the shooting range to a housing development was sighted as a serious concern that would pose risks to members of thePublic.

 

06 August 2020 - NW1250

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Hicklin, Ms MB to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) What (a) procurement procedures were employed by her department in the identification and selection of the private facilities later referred to the Department of Health to be used for the repatriation of South African citizens and (b) number of these identifications and selections were done through unsolicited bids; (2) whether her department considered the applications that numerous private facilities in Limpopo, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal made to her department to have their facilities nominated for evaluation by the Department of Health to be used as quarantine sites; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1)(a) The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has informed me that all private facilities that the Department procured from the private sector were sourced from the Department of Tourism database and some individually submitted or offered their facilities to DPWI for use as quarantine facilities. Sites were then included into a Master Database pending inspection by the Department of Health.  Only when DOH inspected and approved a site, is it then listed as compliant on the Master Database. Quotations were then invited from NDOH compliant sites and Letters of Activation (LOA’s) issued based on location, room availability according to the number of Persons Under Investigation (PUI’s) arriving and price. Rates offered were also verified against the FEDHASA rates as agreed with the National Treasury.

(b) Offers were received from the private sector availing their facilities for quarantine.  The offered sites were included them into the Master Database as “potential” quarantine sites pending inspection by the Department of Health.  Annexure A is a list of all sites contracted.

2. All offered facilities regardless of the province are incorporated into the national database. The Department of Health is provided with the latest updated version of the national database to ensure that the assessment and evaluation of facilities takes place. The latest version of the national database contains the following proposed number of facilities (some of which are private facilities);

  • Limpopo (415)
  • Mpumalanga (476)
  • KwaZulu Natal (474)

LIST OF QUARANTINE SITES CONTRACTED BY DPWI ANNEXURE A

Serial No

Name of Institution/Facility Procured as Quarantine Site

Agreed Rate/Tariff as per FEDHASA letter dated 21 April 2020 (VAT inclusive)

Comments

1

Musina Hotel and Conference Facility

R1050-00

Site not activated by Department of Health. Thus no PUI’s allocated for quarantine to date.

2

Tsogo Sun - Garden Court Eastgate

R1207-50

 

3

Tsogo Sun - Garden Court Newlands Cape Town

R1380-00

 

4

Tsogo Sun - Stay Easy

Eastgate

R1092-50

 

5

Tsogo Sun Stay Easy EmnotweniMpumulanga

R1092-50

 

6

Tsogo Sun Southern Sun Bloemfontein – Free State

R1380-00

 

7

Tsogo Sun Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard

R1207-50

 

8

Centurion Lake Hotel

R1050-00

 

9

City Lodge Grand West Cape Town

R1050-00

 

10

City Lodge V & A Cape Town Lodge

R1050-00

 

11

City Lodge Durban Hotel

R1207-50

 

12

City Lodge Umhlanga Ridge Durban

R1205-50

 

13

Capital on Park

R1138-50

 

14

Capital Melrose

R1138-50

 

15

Capital Bath

R1138-50

 

16

Capital Ivy Villa Hotel

R1138-50

 

17

Capital on Empire

R1138-50

 

18

Capital Menlyn Maine

R1138-50

Discontinued use. Multi-tenant facility

19

Mercure Hotels South Africa –Midrand

R1092-50

 

20

Mercure Hotels South Africa – Bedfordview

R1207-50

 

21

Mercure Premier Hotel Nelspruit

R1208-00

 

22

Peermont Emperors Palace Metcourt Hotel

R1200-00

Advised that they no longer wish to be used due to staff becoming infected

23

Peermont Emperors Palace Mondior Hotel

R1380-00

Advised that they no longer wish to be used due to staff becoming infected

24

Indaba Hotel and Spa - JHB

R1207-50

 

25

Mannah Guest House - JHB

R1120-00

 

26

Protea Hotel Balalaika - JHB

R1200-00

 

27

Protea Hotel Durbanville - CPT

R950-00

 

28

Radisson Blu - Gautrain

R1000-00

Discontinued use. Multi-tenant facility

29

Radisson Blu Park Inn Newlands – Cape Town

R1200-00

 

30

Radisson Red V & A Waterfront

R1350-00

 

31

Park Inn Radisson Foreshore

R1233-00

 

32

Birchwood Hotel – Kempton park

R1150-00

 

33

Centurion Legacy Hotel

R1130-00

 

34

Signature Lux Hotel Foreshore - CPT

R790-00

 

35

New Tulbagh Hotel

R950-00

 

36

First Million Development CC T/A Black Mountain Hotel

R1150-00

 

37

First Million Development CC T/A Windmill Casino Hotel

R1050-00

 

38

President Hotel - Bloemfontein

R1150-00

 

39

President Hotel - Cape Town

R1035-00

 

40

Farm House – Free State

R850-00

 

41

Tuscany Guest Lodge – Free State

R850-00

 

42

Monte Bello Estate – Free State

R1150-00

 

43

Badplaas Forever Resorts - Mpumulanga

R1207-50

 

44

Kings Tide Boutique Hotel – Port Elizabeth

R1050-00

 

45

Coastlands West Street Hotel - DBN

R1000-00

 

46

Coastlands Umhlanga Hotel - DBN

R1000-00

 

47

aHa Bloemfontein Hotel

R1200-00

 

48

aHaKopanong Hotel

R1200-00

 

49

Saint Georges Hotel

R1150-00

 

50

Ehrlick Park Lodge

R1000-00

 

51

MetsiMatso Lodge

R1050-00

 

52

Bon Hotel Bloemfontein

R1000-00

 

53

Holiday Inn Cape Town

R1350-00

 

54

Relekane Guest House

R1000-00

 

06 August 2020 - NW1149

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure

(1) Whether, with reference to her reply to question 913 on 8 June 2020, her department purchased any goods and/or services below the amount of R500 000 connected to the Covid-19 pandemic; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what (a) is the name of each company from which the specified goods and/or services were purchased, (b) is the amount of each transaction and (c) was the service and/or product that each company rendered; (2) whether there was any deviation from the standard supply chain management procedures in the specified transactions; if so, (a) why and (b) what are the relevant details in each case; (3) what were the reasons that the goods and/or services were purchased from the specified companies; (4) whether she will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1) Yes, the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) informed me that it purchased goods and/or services below the amount of R500 000 connected to the Covid-19 pandemic.

(a) The names of the companies to whom awards were made are indicated in

Column C of the attached Annexure A.

(b) The amount of each transaction is listed in Column D of the attached Annexure A. The amounts listed for each of the quarantine sites are the daily rate that have been negotiated between National Treasury, Department of Tourism, Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) and the Industry represented by Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (FEDHASA). These rates are aligned per Star grading of the facility, it includes three meals and is a breakeven rate.

(c) The service and/or product provided by each company is indicated in

Column B of the attached Annexure A.

(2) Furthermore, the DPWI informed me that the Department did deviate from the standard supply chain management procedures in the specified transactions listed in the attached Annexure A document.

(a) Recognising the declaration of the National State of Disaster by the State President due to the COV/D 19 pandemic and a very high risk for loss of life, negative health impact, negative economic impact and social impact in South Africa. This was done in line with Section 27(2)(L) of the Disaster Management Act, Act No. 57 of 2002, National Treasury Regulation 16A6.4 as well as the National Treasury's Instruction Note No. 08 of 2019/2020 Emergency Procurement COVID-19 in paragraph 3.5.1(i) that provide for the invocation of emergency procedures. In terms of the aforementioned National Treasury Instruction Note, Accounting Officers are allowed to deviate from competitive bidding processes in cases that have been declared an emergency, without obtaining NT approval.

(b) The relevant details in each case for making the awards are indicated in

Column E of the attached Annexure A.

(3) The reasons why the goods and/or services were purchased from the specified companies are indicated in Column F of the attached Annexure A.

(4) No.

ANNEXURE A: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE (DPWI)

COLUMN

A

COLUMN B

COLUMN C

COLUMN

D

COLUMN E

COLUMN F

OFFICE

COMMODITY

(1c)

SERVICE PROVIDER

(1a)

AMOUNT

(1b)

PROCUREMENT

PROCESS (2a)

REASON FOR AWARD TO EACH

BUSINESS (2b)

BLM

Masks with Ear Loops

Bidvest Steiner

R3 854,80

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

NominatedfromNationalTreasury(NT)Central

Supplier Database (CSD) and company indicatedthattheyhavesufficientstockinstore.

BLM

Clocolan Magistrate Office: Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MOLLELWA GENERAL TRADING

R4 952,40

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Clocolan Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working: Lockdown)

MOLLELWA GENERAL TRADING

R4 952,40

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Vrede Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SAMJEM TRADING

R5 749,08

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Vrede Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SAMJEM TRADING

R5 749,08

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Hoopstad Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

PABALLO CHRISTINA MATSHOLO

R6 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Hoopstad Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

PABALLO CHRISTINA MATSHOLO

R6 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Dealesville, 16 Skool str, 33

Meyer str

Ramooseeka Mejeni Trading &

Projects

R6 800,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Digital Thermometers

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R7 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Jacobsdal Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MALEBOGO LEGACY

R7 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Jacobsdal Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MALEBOGO LEGACY

R7 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Bothaville, 28 Smith str (once off site cleaning and gardening to ready site for Isolation

faculty)

BD Hlalele Catering & Cleaning Service

R7 800,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Hertzogville,39vanNiekerkstr (once off site cleaning and gardening to ready sitefor

Isolation faculty)

O Nthuse Hle Trading & Projects

R7 960,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Edenburg, 9 Piet Retiefstr (once off site cleaningand gardening to ready sitefor

Isolation faculty)

Moteki Projects & consultants

R8 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Springfontein Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

KABI AND TEFO CONSTRUCTION

R8 004,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Springfontein Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

KABI AND TEFO CONSTRUCTION

R8 004,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Steynsrus Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SEBATSI

R8 280,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Steynsrus Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SEBATSI

R8 280,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Ficksburg, 1 Kort Str (once off

site cleaning and gardening to ready site for Isolation faculty)

TSHWARELLA KA THATA TRADING AND PROJECTS 16

R8 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Batho Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

TSOELA DEVELOPMENT

R9 555,65

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Batho Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

TSOELA DEVELOPMENT:

R9 555,65

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Reddersburg Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

RANZO HOLDINGS

R10 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Brandfort Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

LENYAKI

R10 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Reddersburg Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

RANZO HOLDINGS

R10 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Brandfort Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

LENYAKI

R10 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Hand sanitisers Gel 1 litre

Bidvest Steiner

R10 465,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Nominated from CSD and company indicated

that they have sufficient stock in store

BLM

Koppies Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

BO IKARABELO ENTERPRISES AND TRADING

R11 590,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Koppies Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

BO IKARABELO ENTERPRISES AND TRADING

R11 590,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Marquard Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SEKUTE TRADING

R12 000,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Examination Gloves Medium

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R13 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Bloemfontein Family Advocate Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MEZINOX

R14 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Bloemfontein Family Advocate Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

MEZINOX

R14 500,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Memel Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

HLAKANO GROUP

R15 832,20

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Memel Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of May (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

HLAKANO GROUP

R15 832,20

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Examination Gloves X-large

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R18 000,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Cloth Masks

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R20 000,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Examination Gloves Large

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R22 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Spray Bottles

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R22 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Sanitizers 500ml bottle

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R27 750,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Decontamination of Xariep District ( Bethulie, Edenburg, Fauresmith, Jacobsdal, Jagersfontein, Koffiefontein, Luckhoff, Phillipolis, Redersburg, Rouxville, Smithfield, Springfontein, Trompsburg, Zastron magistrate Officies)

Kol Logistics

R62 947,42

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Visors

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R63 000,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Decontamination of Feziile District (Edenville, Frankfort, Heilbron, Koppies, Kroonstad, Parys, Sasolburg, Steynsrus, Tweeling, Viljoenskroon, Villiers, Vredefort Magistarte Offices)

Kol Logistics

R85 324,20

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Sanitizers 5 Litre bottle

FreeCompassSewingPrimaryCo-op

R92 500,00

Quotation process

Suppliers from NT contract; lowest price

BLM

Decontamination of Thabo Mofutsanyane District (Bethlehem, Clocolan, Excelcior, Ficksburg, Fouriesburg, Harrismith, Hobhouse, Kestell, Ladybrand, Lindley, Makwane, Marquard, Memel, Paul Roux, Petrus Steyn, Phuthaditjhaba, Reitz, Senekal, Tseki, Tseseng, Tweespruit, Vrede, Warden Magistrate Offiices

Kol Logistics

R155 193,78

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Installation of soap dispensers

Bidvest Steiner

R158 230,80

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Nominated from CSD and company indicated

that they have sufficient stock in store

BLM

Soap, hand sanitizers Gel 70%

Bidvest Steiner

R162 856,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Nominated from CSD and company indicated

that they have sufficient stock in store.

BLM

Examination Gloves Medium

Bidvest Steiner

R162 856,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Nominated from CSD and company indicated

that they have sufficient stock in store

BLM

Decontamination of Lejweleputswa District (Boshoff, Bothaville, Brandfort, Bultfontein, Dealesville, Henneman, Hertzogville, Hoopstad, Odendalsrus, Theunissen, Ventersburg, Wesselsbron, Welkom, Winburg Magistrate Offices)

Kol Logistics

R164 940,12

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Decontamination of Mangaung District (NDPW Office, Nursery, Workshop, Batho, BFN Family Advocate, BFN High Court, BFN Master of High Court, BFN Regional Justice, BFN State Attorney, BFN Supreme Court, Dewetsdorp, Wepener Magistrate Offices)

Kol Logistics

R241 907,31

Emergency only 1 quote: Amounts only estimates and will be ammended as and when information is received.

Nominated from CSD

BLM

Marquard Magistrate Office Cleaning Services for the month of April (Permanent officials not working:

Lockdown)

SEKUTE TRADING

R8 280,00

Emergency only 1 quote

Nominated from CSD

CT

Masks & Gloves

Foodwear and Safety

R6 381,36

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Various companies were contacted and this company had readily available stock and were able to deliver immediately. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Greystone Trading

R8 459,40

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Hiring (Supply and delivery of mobile toilets) for 3 days

Plan B Trolley Engineering

R9 200,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Additional units were required and various companies were contacted and this company had readily available units and were able to deliver immediately. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegations may be used and reported as such.

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R12 558,00

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R13 489,48

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R15 582,72

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Hiring (supply and delivery of sanitary bin 11 days -Refugees accommodation)

Sanitec

R18 975,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Various companies were contacted and this company had readily available units and were able to deliver immediately. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegations may be used and reported as such.

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R22 701,00

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R23 149,00

Emergency Delegation by end user

Negotiated by End User as company was

succesful used previously on other sites

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Greystone Trading

R26 923,80

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R27 379,40

Emergency delegation procurement- Negotiated by Enduser (this was an extension of

existing services)

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R27 379,40

Emergency Delegation by end user

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service

(1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Greystone Trading

R27 765,60

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Lowest price bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Pronto Kleen

R32 121,70

Emergency Delegation by end user

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service

(1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Rassol Clean

R32 778,38

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Rassol Clean

R33 477,10

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Pronto Kleen

R34 218,18

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service

contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Metrox Enterprise

R34 500,02

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Samcho cleaning

R38 433,00

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R44 190,44

Open quotation - 17 quotes invited

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R54 628,00

Open quotes

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

CT

Installation and removal ofauto- hand sanitizerDispensers

Hornes Projects

R57 500,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Various companies were contacted and this company complied as per the specification and was able to supply and install the dispensers in the shortest time. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegations may be used and reported as such. It was no longer safe for employeesandhenceanemergencydelegation had to beused.

CT

Marquee Tent Hire

C- Squard

R60 000,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The company donated the marquees and they requested to be reimbursed for fuel & food for their staff and to pay their casual labours. The companyisbasedinBloemfonteinanddonated the marquee for utilistaion in CapeTown.

CT

Hiring (supply and delivery of Mobile Toilets and Berth Showers -Refugees accommodation for 5 days)

Sanitec

R66 930,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

These were required immediately and various companies were contacted and this company had readily available units and were able to deliver immediately. The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegations may be used and reported as such.

CT

First extension of Hiring (Supply and delivery of mobile toilets for 11days)

Plan B Trolley Engineering

R69 287,50

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Thiscompanywasalreadyonsiteandtherefore an extension of their services wasrequested.

The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegationsmaybeusedandreportedassuch.

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Pronto Kleen

R74 764,39

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Pronto Kleen

R74 764,89

Emergency delegation procurement- Negotiated by Enduser (this was an extension of

existing services)

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Gadinelwe Construction & Projects

R87 814,64

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Mobile Toilets and Sanitary 20 Bins

Tshidime Trading

R89 700,00

Open quotation

(17 quotes invited and 3 responded)

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Gadinelwe Construction & Projects

R95 614,64

Emergency delegation

This company has existing cleaning service

contracts with the Department in nearby areas

CT

Second extension of Hiring (Supply and delivery of mobile toilets for 14 days)

Plan B Trolley Engineering

R97 750,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Thiscompanywasalreadyonsiteandtherefore an extension of their services wasrequested.

The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegationsmaybeusedandreportedassuch.

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R98 734,95

EmergencyDelegationbyenduser

Negotiated by End User as company was

succesful used previously on other sites

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

Gadinelwe Construction & Projects

R99 014,64

Emergency delegation procurement- Negotiated by Enduser (this was an extension of

existing services)

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

TSEBO Cleaning Solutions

R111 111,61

Open quotes

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

Supply & delivery of fabric

masks

Belinda's creative

R160 000,00

(3quotesinvitedand3responded)

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

ExtraHire(Provisionforsupply anddeliveryof10mobiletoilets 10 Berth shower 11days)

Sanitec

R165 682,80

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Due to the number of people utilising the resources,itwasbasedontheHealthInspector that a need for extra resources was identified. Additionalunitswererequiredandthiscompany who was already on site had readily available additional units and were able to deliver immediately.TheDisasterManagementActand NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegationsmaybeusedandreportedassuch.

CT

Hiring (Supply and delivery of Mobile Toilets and Bert Showers - Refugees

accommodation for May)

Sanitec

R171 810,00

EmergencyDelegation-Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Serviceprovider)

Negotiated by End User- Extension of Service (1 Service provider)

CT

Cleaning contracts - Lockdown

South End Environmental Services

R185 898,38

Nominatedprocedure-8quotations

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

Purchase of masks; gloves; sanitisers

Plan B Trolley Engineering

R270 883,65

(3quotesinvitedand3responded)

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

2 x 10 block Berth showers

Sanitec

R286 488,00

Open quotation

(18 quotes invited and 1 responded)

Highest point scoring bidder was recommended

CT

Second extension of hiring- (Provision for supply and delivery of 10 mobile toilets for 14 days)

Sanitec

R374 440,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Thiscompanywasalreadyonsiteandtherefore an extension of their services wasrequested.

The Disaster Management Act and NT regulations mandate that in emergencies emergency procurement may be used. Further in terms of NT instruction note 8, emergency delegationsmaybeusedandreportedassuch.

CT

Supply & delivery of surgical masks

Flowtide Trading 128

R392 437,50

(3quotesinvitedand3responded)

Highestpointscoringbidderwasrecommended

DBN

Justice: Paul Pietersburg Magistrate Court: Decontamination of facilities to prevent and combat the spread of COVID-19

Civilux PTY Ltd

R158 834,00

Emergency Procedure as per National Treasury Instruction no 08 of 2019/2020, however Durban Regional Office opted for obtaining a minimum of at least 3 comparative quotes )

Service provider is the highest point scorer and lowest in price

DBN

Durban Regional Office:Supply

of fabric musk and face shield

Gugu Mobile Boutique

R112 250,00

Emergency Procedure National

Treasury Instruction no 08 of

(one service provider appointed )

DBN

Durban Regional Office: Physical Barriers and Goods

Nosino Projects

R196 000,00

Emergency Procedure National Treasury Instruction no 08 of 2019/2020 (one service provider

appointed )

(one service provider appointed )

DBN

Durban Regional Office:Supply ofPPE

Unitrade 1032 cc

R446 120,50

25 Service providers invited through Quotation Procedure using National Treasury Transversal

Contract List

Service provider is the highest point scorer and lowest in price

HO

Catering for NatJoints

Maribelo

R409 216,00

Term Contract

As per current term contract provisions

HO

Aprons - plastic

Crystal Pier Trading 148

R19 320,00

6 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

6 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Digital body thermometers

Buyambo Cultural Organisation

R150 030,00

3 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

3 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Non-sterile gloves

Lathi Holdings

R280 000,00

5 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

5 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Furniture

Loresa Management Services

R322 041,00

22 Service providers invited - 18

Quotation received

22 Service providers invited - 18 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Masks N95

Lathi Holdings

R352 800,00

4 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

4 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Furniture and Linen

Military Surplus Stores t/a Army Surplus Stores

R422 863,05

On average 4 Service providers invitedperlineitemandbetween2-

4 quotations received

On average 4 Service providers invited per line

item and between 2 - 4 quotations received - awarded based on highest score

HO

Body covering overalls

Growth Point Engineering

R470 400,00

5 Service providers invited - 3

Quotation received

5 Service providers invited - 3 Quotation

received - awarded based on highest score

JHB

DISPOSABLE OVERALL X- LARGE ; 2 UNITS @ R126,50;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R253,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

ENERGIZER UNIVERSAL CHARGER FOR RECHARGABLE BATTRIES ; 2 UNITS @ R224,25;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R448,50

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

HAND SANITISER ; 1 UNIT;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R459,08

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

ENERGIZER RECHARABLE BATTERYPACK;3PACKS@ R172,50; JHBE19/266-Quote#

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R517,50

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

C SIZED BATTERIES FOR AUTO HAND SANITIZER DISPENSER WITH STAND ; 4 UNITS @ R143,75;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R575,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Supply of 60% alcohol based

hand sanitisers 150ml bottle

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R739,68

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

EMPTY SPRAY BOTTLE ; 20 BOTTLES @ R57,40;

JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01

June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R1 147,70

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

Foam soaprefill with pump in a

hygenically sealed package

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R1 558,25

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

FACE SHIELD ; 20 UNITS R103,40; JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R2 067,70

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

Alcohol based hand sanitiser

refill withpump in hygienically sealed package

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R2 337,38

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

DISPOSABLE OVERALL LARGE ; 20 OVERRALLS @ R126,50; JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R2 530,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

Supply of disposable powder freeLatexgloves;20GLOVES @ R201,25;JHBE19/266-

Quote # 2 dd 01 June202

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R4 025,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

AUTOMATIC HAND SANITISER DISPENSER WITH STAND ; 2 STANDS @ R2 645; JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R5 290,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

60% alcohol based hand sanitizer refill with pump in a hygienically sealed package on as and when required basis (adherence to SANS 490); 30 HAND SANITISERS @ R187,00 JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R5 609,98

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Toilet seat cleaner refill in a hygienically sealed package ; 40 UNITS @ R155,83JHBE19/266-Quote #

2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R6 233,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Overheads per month

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R6 670,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

OVERHEADS ; JHBE19/266-

Quote # 2 dd 01 June 2020; The breakdown of the Overheads Costs is as follows:

  • Transports costs: (Petroland driver fee) :R2070.00
  • Administrative Expenses:R2

300.00 ( ink cartridgecolour and black, stationery,paper, adminassistant)

  • Onsite inspection:R402,50
  • Sundry expenses: R 1897,50 (Land line, cell phone, internet expenses)
  • Total: R 6670.00

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R6 670,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Supply of disposable powder

free Latex gloves

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R8 050,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

Folded Hand Paper towels

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R8 280,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

DISPOSABLE OVERALL MEDIUM ; JHBE19/266-Quote

# 2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R9 867,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

DAYOUMED INFRARED THERMOMETER;JHBE19/266

Quote # 2 dd 01 June 202

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R11 377,41

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared.

JHB

Supply of 60% alcohol based hand sanitisers 100ml bottle

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R21 519,38

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

Supply and install automated foam hand soap dispenser

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R29 900,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

Automated / sensor hand sanitiser dispensors

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R32 890,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared

JHB

Manual toilet seat cleaner dispenser;JHBE19/266-Quote # 2 dd 01 June2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R52 900,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

has already been security Cleared

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Carltonville,Westonaria and Khutsong Magistrate Courts (JHB19/273)

Mamulo Trading

R53 417,50

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

JHB

Supply of surgical disposable

face masks

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and

Distribution

R57 500,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Germiston, Hardach,Edenvale and Kemptonpark Magistrate

Courts (JHBE19/280)

Kabela Trading

R61 165,65

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Carltonville,Westonaria and Khutsong Magistrate Courts (JHB19/273)

Mamulo Trading

R65 683,17

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergencyprocedure.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Randburg Magistrate Court, Land Claims Court and Midrand Branch Court

(JHBE19/278)

Immaculate Cleaning and Hygiene

R65 925,30

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Automated/ sensor hand sanitizer dispensers (touch free) (adherence to SANS 490); JHBE19/266-Quote # 2

dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R83 720,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Hillbrow Magistrate Court, Labour Court, Master of the High Court, Justice Regional Officeand JHB RegionalOffice. (JHBE19/277)

Chithibunga Cleaning

R88 571,75

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Meadowlands,Orlando, Kliptownand Lenasia Magistrate Courts

(JHBE19/275)

Walking Tall Trading & Projects

R89 859,00

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Meadowlands,Orlando, Kliptownand Lenasia Magistrate Courts

(JHBE19/275)

Walking Tall Trading & Projects

R90 807,20

Emergency (Negotiated Procedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Supply of surgical disposable face masks ; JHBE19/266- Quote # 2 dd 01 June 2020

Deejoy Construction, Cleaning and Distribution

R92 000,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider (SP) was supplying JHB ROwithDetergentsinthepast,asappointedon quotation,tenderoremergencyprodure.TheSP

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Randburg Magistrate Court, Land Claims Court and Midrand Branch Court

(JHBE19/278)

Immaculate Cleaning and Hygiene

R95 015,40

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Roodepoort, Krugersdorp and Randfontein Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/274)

Thabe Wa Nape Contracting cc

R96 979,49

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Germiston, Hardach,Edenvale and Kemptonpark Magistrate

Courts (JHBE19/280)

Kabela Trading

R106 691,25

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Vereeniging and Sebokeng Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/279)

Dinny's Business Enterprise

R110 059,82

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at South Gauteng High Court (JHBE19/276)

Sikhanyisile Cleaning Ltd

R112 806,84

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Vosloorus, Heidelberg and Benoni Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/282)

Malose and Neo Trading Enterprise

R117 697,04

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Nigel, Brakpan, Springs and Daveyton Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/281)

Dumezulu Supplier and Projects

R121 770,92

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaningservices atVereenigingandSebokeng MagistrateCourts

Dinny's Business Enterprise

R126 605,32

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Hillbrow Magistrate Court, Labour Court, Master of the High Court, Justice Regional Officeand JHB RegionalOffice. (JHBE19/277)

Chithibunga Cleaning

R131 881,75

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SP has already been securityCleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Vosloorus, Heidelberg and Benoni Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/282)

Malose and Neo Trading Enterprise

R185 291,71

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at South Gauteng High Court (JHBE19/276)

Sikhanyisile Cleaning Ltd

R190 034,29

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Nigel, Brakpan, Springs and Daveyton Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/281)

Dumezulu Supplier and Projects

R223 476,42

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

JHB

Provision of cleaning services at Roodepoort, Krugersdorp and Randfontein Magistrate Courts (JHBE19/274)

Thabe Wa Nape Contracting cc

R268 380,88

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

The Service Provider is one of the Service Providers who was contracted to render the cleaningservicesthroughaquotation,tendering and/or emergency procedure. The SPhas

already been security Cleared.

KMB

Supply of first aid kit

St John

R6 221,50

Quotation (Single Source)

Whencostwasverballysourcedwithotherlocal

KMB

Purchasing of 1 litre plastic

trigger spray bottles

Tshedik Investments

R7 203,60

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Window blinds for sickbay

Lera M Trading

R13 365,00

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Purchase of 555 cloth face

masks

Shine the way 649 CC

R13 875,00

Quotation

3 Quotations received, 2 (two) non compliant

KMB

Purchasing of 500ml plastic

spray bottles

Kim Xtreme Clean & Trading

R15 000,08

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Purchase of hard surface

disinfectant detergent concentrate

Naledi Chemicals

R17 120,00

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Purchase of face masks

Biological Pharmaceticals

R19 900,90

Quotation (RT Contract)

QuotationsweresourcedontheNTTransversal Contract, Biological Pharmaceticals wasthe

only responding bidder

KMB

Materials to repair ablution

faclities.

Mothape Events and projects

R20 061,00

Quotaion

2 Quotations received, 1 non compliant.

Request for deviation approved by RM

KMB

Purchasing of sickbay equipment

DHT Wired

R20 657,46

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

AllserviceprovidersinKimberleyindicatedthey areoutofstockfortherequireditems,DHTwas the only service provider that could provideall

the items required.

KMB

Purchasing of 370 face shields

Rozdk Suppliers

R25 900,00

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Purchasing of 60%-70%

alcohol based hand sanitisers

Feli Fred Trading

R29 325,00

Quotation

Awarded to the lowest quoting service provider

KMB

Cluster 5 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination - Loxton, Vosburg, Ritchie, Stryedenburg, Vanwyksvleiand Carnavon MagistrateCourts

MMG Consulting and Projects

R52 715,31

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 3 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination - Jankempdorp, Windsorton and Pampierstad

Moselatisetso Holdings

R57 845,76

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS

requirements

KMB

Cluster 6 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination of facilities - Calvinia, Fraserburg, Sutherland, Niewoudtville, Loriesfontein, Brandvlei Periodic Courts

Shabba Man Trading

R79 066,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 2 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination of facilities - Petrusville, Phillipstown, Richmond, Colesburg and Noupoort Magistrate Courts

A-Z General Trading (Germ X)

R79 493,22

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 9 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination of facilities - Barkley West, Danielskuil, Delportshoop, Kuruman MC, Mothibistad and Botithong Periodic Courts

Hands on Vegetation

R92 000,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 8 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination of facilities - Northern HC, Prieska and Marydale Periodic Courts

Hands on Vegetation

R130 200,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cluster 7 Courts: Cleaning and Decontamination - Augrabies, Upington MC, Kenhardt, Rietfontein, Griekwastad, Grobblershoop and Niekerkshoop Periodic Courts

JH Pest Control

R150 308,19

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS requirements

KMB

Cleaning and Decontamination of DPWI facilities, Regional Office (21-23 Market Square and Workshops Kenilworth Road

A-Z General Trading (Germ X)

R242 000,00

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

LocalServiceproviderswereidentifiedthatoffer the required services for decontamination; that are registered on CSD and OHScompliant.

Quotations received were cost effective and inline with cost estimate. Service provider compliant in terms of CSD and OHS

requirements

MMAB

Procurement of Gloves, Masks and Sanitizers

Petty cash

R1 000,00

Petty cash procedure

Pettycashasthequickestmethod,wastheonly feasiblemethodtofollowasweweresparednot even a day to procure gloves, masksand

sanitisers.

MTH

Cleaning Material: COVID 19

AMINA CHEM

R420 189,21

Emergency (NegotiatedProcedure)

Emergency Negotiated procedure

NEL

Face masks

IT Mathatlamdupro

R26 000,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Latex Gloves

IT Mathatlamdupro

R26 000,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Thermometer

IT Mathatlamdupro

R9 600,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Automatic Sensor Dispenser 1l

sanitizer refills

Onele Construction and Cleaning

R27 200,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Automatic sensor dispenser

sanitizer holders (mounted)

Onele Construction and Cleaning

R11 378,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Paper wipe rolls

Onele Construction and Cleaning

R10 000,00

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

NEL

Hand spray containers 500ml

Onele Construction and Cleaning

R11 665,50

Quotation process

Highestscoringserviceproviderawardedquote

PE

Gloves

BIDVEST/STEINER

R883,20

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

Bed Linen (Sheet cover, pillow,

bed throw, matteress)

VOLPES

R2 430,00

Quotations - (1 Quotation

Emergency)

Used Petty Cash method to procure the service

and it requires one supplier

PE

Dispenser Wall Mounted (STAND AND DISPENSER)

BIDVEST/STEINER

R6 237,60

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

ALCOHOL based Wipes for Basement, car park

BIDVEST/STEINER

R7 615,30

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

Vehicle Sanitizing

BIDVEST/STEINER

R11 500,09

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

H/Duty Gloves (Workshop

Officials)

BIDVEST/STEINER

R18 975,00

Quotations - (1 Quotation

Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the

requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

Office Friendly Saniters

BIDVEST/STEINER

R24 437,50

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PE

Hand Sanitizer (GEL)

BIDVEST/STEINER

R46 338,34

Quotations - (1 Quotation Emergency)

Other three suppliers were not in position of the requiredstockquantities.ExcpetBidvestSteiner

PLK

One Seater Couch(For

Sickbay)

Black Sky Investment

R3 000,00

4 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service

providers(CSD) and awarded in terms

PLK

Mobile washing Basin(For Sickbay)

Dada World of Hardware

R5 199,79

3 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service

providers(CSD) and awarded in terms responsive criteria or highest score

PLK

5L Hand Sanitizer and empty bottle

Bidvest Steiner

R5 506,20

Emergency delegation used,1 quotation obtained

Sanitizer for essential service staff and only

service provider where we found sanitizer avaiable in Polokwane during lockdown

PLK

Powdered Gloves

Supra Health Care

R14 385,00

Emergency delegation used,1

Transversal Contracts for Gloves reguired for

PLK

installation of hand sanitizer Spray(12 Months Rental)

Bidvest Steiner

R25 740,00

Emergency delegation used,1 quotation obtained

Sanitizer for essential service staff and only

service provider where we found sanitizer avaiable in Polokwane during lockdown

PLK

Rendering of cleaning services DPW offices(6 Months)

Bertie Cleaning

R87 139,62

4 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service

providers(CSD) and awarded in terms responsive criteria or highest score

PLK

Decontamination of DPW

Offices and Magistrate(Capricorn District)

Servest(Pty)Ltd

R293 733,23

5 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service provider for decontamination and awarded in terms

responsive criteria or highest score

PLK

Decontamination of

Magistrate(Vhembe District)

Servest(Pty)Ltd

R398 501,59

3 quotations obtained

sourced from database of service provider for

decontamination and awarded in terms

PTA

Cleaning services @ Pta High

Court

LFN projects

R13 000,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @NPA

offices, 28 ChurchSquare

MNNR & Olwethu

R16 200,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Supply of face shield

AQN Events

R24 504,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

PTA West Quarantine Site (mechanical fire)

Bela Bela Fire and Security

R27 011,82

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) at the Pretoria West Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial

Development Board Respectively

PTA

Cleaning services @Mamelodi

Court

Fabs Pty Ltd

R36 000,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @

Soshanguve Court

Lesibana Cleaning

R36 800,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @ Cullinan

Court

Mashadi Projects

R45 000,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @ Ekangala

Court

Senzangakhona Trading

R49 650,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @

Commercial Crime Court

Longile Projects

R65 364,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @

Bronkhorstspruit Court

Senzangakhona Trading

R75 300,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Decontamination Ekangala

Magistrate Court

BOGAMPHEMETSE

R87 652,15

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Daily cleaning at the AVN

Building

Monotwane Distribution

R90 928,00

EmergencyDelegationProcuremen

Existing contract with relevant service provider.

PTA

Decontamination at Cullinan

Magistrate

Eco-Refined

R96 840,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Cleaning services @

Atteridgeville Court

Maotwanafinyela Trading

R98 600,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Decontamination at

Bronkhorstspruit Magistrate

Fine FIX Supply

R102 924,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at

Soshanguve Magistrate Court

King Kung

R108 177,60

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at Mamelodi

Magistrate Court

Mosegodimpo

R118 974,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Deep Cleaning at Centre Walk

Lesibana Cleaning

R121 030,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Hand Gloves

Evergreen latex cc

R124 800,00

NationalTreasuryContract:RT76-2

Existing contract in place with the relevant

PTA

Cleaning services @ Pretoria

North Court

Bokamoso Ba Kgalalelo le

Tshegofatso

R136 140,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

PTA West Quarantine Site ( building)

STHABISOBUSINESSENTERPRISE

R136 388,06

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) at Pretoria West Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial

Development Board Respectively

PTA

SupplyOfClothFaceMaskFor

NDPWI

Ludonga Lukamavuso Projects

R146 200,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Cleaning services @ CGO

Building

Longile Projects

R153 225,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Mechanical Services, ( HVAC)Salvokop Quarantine site

Munaca Technologies

R168 314,47

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) 21 lockdown at the Salvokop Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial Development Board Respectively.

PTA

Decontamination at Palace of

Justice

Khakhakha

R173 189,09

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at Rietondale

Workshop

Moesedi Trading

R195 571,80

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Cleaning services @ Palace of

Justice

Miliswam Projects

R199 000,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Decontamination at PTA North

Magistrate Court

Bolk construction

R199 639,84

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at

Atteridgeville Magistrate Court

Onhak

R211 020,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Cleaning services @ SAPS

College

Afrodizz Trading

R211 542,50

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Cleaning services @ PTA

Magistrate Court

Scend Trading

R214 419,00

Urgent Procurement (1 quote)

Existing contract in place with the relevant

service provider.

PTA

Supply Of Non Sterile

Examination Gloves

Fortuness Trading

R216 000,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Deep Cleaning at Nipiliar

House

Wayinnivy Trading and Projects

R219 523,24

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Electrical services, Salvokop Quarantine site

Superfecta Trading 209

R229 912,06

Emergency Delegation Procuremen

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) 21 lockdown at the Salvokop Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial

Development Board Respectively.

PTA

DeepCleaningatAVNBuilding

Siyamthanda Trading

R243 721,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination at PTA

Magistrate Court

Matebello Cleaning

R248 490,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Purchase And Delivery Of Equipment For The Sick Bay

For NDPW

Nthangeni Holding

R280 496,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Fencing : Salvokop Quarantine site

SA Fence and Gate (Pty) Ltd

R289 075,07

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) 21 lockdown at the Salvokop Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial

Development Board Respectively

PTA

Soft Services, Salvokop Quarantine site

Glearmartins Trading Enterprise

R305 540,00

EmergencyDelegationProcurement

Emergency work in response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) 21 lockdown at the Salvokop Isolation and Quarantine Centre. Service providers were appointed from Central Supplier Database and Construction Industrial Development Board Respectively.

PTA

Once off Supply of Hand

Sanitisers

Harvest Medical Hygiene

R329 025,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Purchase And Delivery Of Disposable Aprons For All

Cleaning Staff

Siyamthanda Trading

R340 000,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Supply and Maintenance Of Hands Free Foot Operated Hand Sanitizer At The Union

Buildings

Tumii

R374 718,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Decontamination PTA High

Court

Pitoza Trading

R386 203,00

Normal Quotation process followed

Awardedonthebasisofobtaininghighestscore

PTA

Daily cleaning at the Salu

Building

Mmetla Trading

R389 620,00

Emergency Delegation

Existing contract in place with Mmetla Trading