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QUESTION NO.: 1651

DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

Dr P J Rabie (DA) to ask the Minister for Public Enterprises:

(1) Whether any debt for electricity that Eskom provided to Zimbabwe has not yet been paid; if so, (a) what is the total amount outstanding and (b) how often is payment made for electricity Eskom provides to Zimbabwe;

(2) whether any payment plans are in place to repay this debt; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

NW2424E

REPLY

(1)(a-b)There is currently no outstanding debt for any electricity supply made to Zimbabwe.

(2) Not applicable.

QUESTION 1652

FOR WRITTEN REPLY

Date of publication on internal question paper: 26 September 2008

Internal question paper no: 29

Mrs J A Semple (DA) to ask the Minister of Social Development:

How many vacant posts existed for qualified social workers in each province in respect of each of the past three years up to the latest specified date for which information is available? NW2425E

REPLY:

Honourable Member,

Information received from the provinces is as follows:

Province

2005/2006

2006/2007

2007/2008

Currently*

Northern Cape

188

227

239

149

Gauteng

183

111

180

193

Western Cape

53

168

155

71

Limpopo

330

138

1315

1308

Free State

191

282

54

330

Mpumalanga

188

153

43

35

North West

210

132

711

711

Eastern Cape

350

223

1056

1297

Kwazulu/Natal

691

692

314

20

* As at September 2008.

QUESTION 1654

FOR WRITTEN REPLY

Date of publication on internal question paper: 29 September 2008

Internal question paper no: 29

Ms J A Semple (DA) to ask the Minister of Social Development:

(1) Whether there was a backlog with awarding (a) foster care grants, (b) disability grants, (c) child support grants and (d) pensions in any province as at 15 September 2008; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what is the backlog in each case;

(2) whether any applications for any such grants or pensions has taken longer than (a) three months, (b) six months, (c) nine months and (d) twelve months to process; if so, (i) how many in each case and (ii) from which provinces are they;

(3) whether any steps have been taken to eradicate the problem of the backlogs; if not, why not; if so, what steps? NW2427E

REPLY:

(1) Yes, there is a total national backlog with regard to the awarding of grants of 12 391 as indicated below:

Type of Grant

Total

(a)

Foster Care Grants

367

(b)

Disability Grant

4 594

(c)

Child Support Grant

6 006

(d)

Pensions (Grants for Older Persons)

1 424

(2) (a) Yes

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

(d) Yes

(i) Refer to table -

PERIODS AND TOTALS

Longer than 3 Months

Longer than 6 Months

Longer than 9

Months

Longer than 12 Months

4 083

385

89

1 321

(ii) The Provinces / Regions affected are indicated below:

Provinces / Region

Eastern Cape

Free State

Gauteng

KwaZulu-Natal

Limpopo

Mpumalanga

Northern Cape

North West

Western Cape

(3) Yes, each Province / Region has a backlog management plan in place, which is monitored on a monthly basis. This is also monitored on a monthly basis from SASSA Head Office. From statistics on the Socpen (grant payment) system, the Provinces are currently finalizing the following percentage of applications within a 30 days period:

Eastern Cape 99%

Free State 76%

Gauteng 95%

KwaZulu-Natal 99%

Mpumalanga 95%

Limpopo 85%

Northern Cape 70%

North West 87%

Western Cape 87%

Source: South African Social Security Agency (SASSA

QUESTION NO 1655

DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

(INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 29/2008)

Date reply submitted: 27 October 2008

Mr R J King (DA) to ask the Minister of Safety and Security:

(1) Whether any (a) children and/or (b) adults were reported (i) missing, (ii) kidnapped or (iii) abducted (aa) in 2005, (bb) in 2006, (cc) in 2007 and (dd) during the period 1 January 2008 up to the latest specified date for which information is available; if so, (aaa) how many and (bbb) in which province in each case;

(2) whether any of these cases (a) went to court, (b) went to trial and (c) ended in a successful conviction; if so, how many in each case?

NW2428E

REPLY:

(1)(a)+(b) (i) Missing

The number of children and adults reported missing from 2005/2006/2007 up to 31 August 2008, per province, are indicated on the attached table.

(ii) + (iii) Kidnapped and abducted

The required information is not readily available. To obtain the information would be time consuming and would necessitate the redeployment of police personnel to verify every case docket relevant to the period in question. The redeployment of personnel to carry out this task would be to the detriment of other essential duties and service delivery to the community.

(2)(a)+(b)+(c) Missing

A missing person (and reported as such to the South African Police Service) does not constitute a crime at the time and on the date of such a report. These cases are, therefore, registered as enquiries and will only be converted to criminal cases if and when it is suspected that a crime has been committed, which in most cases will be when such a person reported missing is found or if investigations into such a case prove that there might be foul play involved. The investigation of cases of missing persons are, therefore, concluded as soon as the person or the person' s body is found. If it is suspected that a crime took place, investigations into the criminal aspects will commence and the enquiry will be converted into a case docket. The "case" of a missing person will therefore never go to court nor go on trial and no conviction will take place. The investigation of cases of missing persons can, therefore, be seen as a humanitarian service the South African Police Service renders to the community. A missing person must first be found before any assessment can be made whether or not he or she was subjected to any criminal activity. The only exception to the above will be if a ransom demand is received soon after the person went missing; if an eyewitness makes a statement concerning the forceful removal of the missing person from the place he or she usually moves around in; or when a court‑appointed custodian of a child reports that the non‑custodial parent did not return the child on the agreed time and is not found at his or her usual place of residence.

Kidnapped and abducted

See (1) above.

INFORMATION ON MISSING CHILDREN AND ADULTS

1(a)(i) Children reported missing:

Province

(aa) 2005

(bb) 2006

(cc) 2007

(dd)2008 to /08/31

Northern Cape

9

10

5

19

Western Cape

390

386

395

448

North West

48

62

65

47

Mpumalanga

51

63

55

39

Limpopo

13

14

11

4

KwaZulu‑Natal

60

59

61

147

16Free State

26

25

23

27

Eastern Cape

7

6

8

49

Gauteng

471

487

491

311

TOTAL

1075

1112

1114

1091

1(b)(i) Adults reported missing:

Province

(aa) 2005

(bb) 2006

(cc) 2007

(dd)2008 up to /08/31

Northern Cape

75

54

55

63

Western Cape

712

726

735

792

North West

232

290

286

146

Mpumalanga

152

158

142

128

Limpopo

53

72

65

16

KwaZulu‑Natal

333

345

322

45

Free State

107

91

95

104

Eastern Cape

82

67

59

120

Gauteng

1013

1666

1702

721

TOTAL

2759

3469

3461

2135

QUESTION NO 1656

DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

(INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 29/2008)

Date reply submitted: 27 October 2008

Ms S J Loe (DA) to ask the Minister of Safety and Security:

Whether, (a) in 2005, (b) in 2006, (c) in 2007 and (d) during the period 1 January 2008 up to the latest specified date for which information is available, any children were raped by persons who had previously been convicted of rape; if so, how many in each case?

NW2429E

REPLY:

The required information is not readily available. To obtain the information would be time‑consuming and would necessitate the redeployment of police personnel to verify every case docket relevant to the period in question. The redeployment of personnel to carry out this task would be to the detriment of other essential duties and service delivery to the community.

QUESTION NO 1658

DATE REPLY SUBMITTED: THURSDAY, 11 DECEMBER 2008

DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: FRIDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2008 (INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 29 – 2008)

Mr S B Farrow (DA) asked the Minister of Transport:

Whether any instances of fraud and corruption have been discovered with regard to (a) motor vehicle registration, (b) driving licence tests and (c) vehicle roadworthiness in each province in each of the past three years up to the latest specified date for which information is available; if so, (i) (aa) what were the circumstances and (bb) who were the people involved in each case, (ii) what specified action was taken against the persons involved and (iii) what steps are being taken by his department to prevent a recurrence of such fraud and corruption?

NW2431E

REPLY:

The Minister of Transport:

(a), (b) and (c)

Yes, a number of fraud and corruption cases were identified due to high-level interventions by the Forensic Investigation Sub-Directorate within the Department of Transport, as well as the Department's Provincial counterparts, the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) and the eNaTIS compliance unit.

(i) (aa)

In relation to motor vehicle registration, most of the cases relate to officials changing the registration details of motor vehicles or of the owner without proper supporting documentation and also the re-registering to new owners of motor vehicles that have been deregistered.

With regard to roadworthy certificates, an examiner for motor vehicles would issue a fraudulent certificate for a motor vehicle which does not exist. There are also instances where the motor vehicle, on the face of it, is not roadworthy, but it is nevertheless issued with a roadworthy certificate.

In respect of driving licences, most of the cases relate to the examiner for driving licences not complying with the requirements for the testing of persons or not complying with the legislative requirements regarding the issuance of driving licences.

(bb)

In accordance with provincial responses, crime is committed by a diverse group of users, examiners and officials employed by the authorities. The tables below describe the details of the user roles normally associated with criminal activities:-

Motor Vehicle Registration crime

Province

2006

2007

2008

Western Cape

None reported by province

None reported by province

None reported by province

Gauteng

Examiners

Examiners

Examiners

Eastern Cape

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

KwaZulu-Natal

Municipal employees

Municipal employees

Departmental employees

North West

Examiners/crime syndicates

Examiners/public

Examiners/public

Free State

None reported by province

None reported by province

None reported by province

Mpumalanga

None reported by province

None reported by province

None reported by province

Northern Cape

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

Limpopo

Examiners

Examiners

Examiners

Vehicle Roadworthiness crime

Province

2006

2007

2008

Western Cape

None reported by province

None reported by province

Examiner

Gauteng

Examiners

Examiners

Examiners

Eastern Cape

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

KwaZulu-Natal

Private VTS/employees

Private VTS/employees

Private VTS/employees

North West

Examiners/crime syndicates

Examiners/public

Examiners/public

Free State

Examiner

Examiner

Examiner/clerk

Mpumalanga

Cashier

Cashier

Cashier/Private VTS

Northern Cape

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

Limpopo

Examiners

Examiners

Examiners

Driving Licence crime

Province

2006

2007

2008

Western Cape

Examiners

Examiners

Examiners

Gauteng

Examiners

Examiners

Examiners

Eastern Cape

No Provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

KwaZulu-Natal

Departmental employees/ municipal employees

Municipal employees

Examiners, departmental and municipal employees

North West

Examiners/crime syndicates

Examiners/public

Examiners/public

Free State

Examiner/clerk

Examiner/clerk and members of the public

Examiner/clerk/motor dealers

Mpumalanga

Civilian

Examiner/cashier

Cashier/civilian

Northern Cape

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

No provincial feedback

Limpopo

Examiners

Examiners

Examiners

(ii)

In terms of vehicle transaction fraud, investigations are performed by the Provinces and the Forensic Investigation Sub-Directorate within the Department of Transport. The actions taken against the people involved in criminal activities can be summarised as:-

  • Demotion
  • Dismissal
  • Suspension without pay
  • Final written warning
  • Criminal cases opened (current)
  • Imprisonment
  • Registration cancelled
  • Charged departmentally
  • (iii)

    The remedial actions taken by the Department of Transport and the Provinces are as follows:-

    — Monitoring all activities at Driving Licence Testing Centres (DLTCs), Vehicle Testing Stations (VTSs) and Registering Authorities (RAs).

    — Regular inspections by Provincial Monitoring Units and national inspectorates.

    — Implementing the eNaTIS electronic licence booking system.

    — Development and implementation of a computerised learner's licence test in 2009.

    — Implementation of biometric for user authentication and applicant verification

    — Piloting the system re-engineering process, also known as a best practice model for DLTCs, currently being refined in the Western Cape Province.

    — Revising the method of reporting statistics and other related information by DLTCs to the Provincial Monitoring Units to enable the exposure of irregularities in good time.

    — Addressing the method of application for duplicate registration documents by financial institutions and members of the public to prohibit unauthorised persons from being in possession of or obtaining registration documents not applicable to them.

    — Allocating certain transactions on the eNaTIS to supervisor level to prevent eNaTIS clerks/operators from having access to these transactions.

    Statistics

    The following statistics relate to investigations with regard to fraud and corruption in the driving licence field. According to the Special Investigating Unit (SIU), the statistics in respect of criminal cases investigated and arrests and convictions facilitated over the past three years, per province for the period 01 April 2005 to 30 June 2008 are as follows:-

    Province

    Year

    Criminal matters under investigation

    Number of arrests

    Number of convictions

    Jointly with SAPS

    Other

    Officials

    Private individuals

    Western Cape

    2005 – 2006

    31

    2

    2

    13

    14

    2006 – 2007

    142

    8

    0

    1

    1

    2007 – 2008

    0

    0

    0

    18

    18

    2008 – 30 June 2008

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Totals

    173

    10

    2

    32

    33

    Gauteng

    2005 – 2006

    677

    4

    13

    239

    49

    2006 – 2007

    417

    5

    4

    278

    194

    2007 – 2008

    70

    0

    0

    50

    38

    2008 – 30 June 2008

    1

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Totals

    1 165

    9

    17

    567

    281

    Eastern Cape

    2005 – 2006

    60

    297

    4

    0

    0

    2006 – 2007

    240

    134

    3

    1

    2007 – 2008

    190

    0

    0

    0

    0

    2008 – 30 June 2008

    2

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Totals

    492

    565

    7

    1

    0

    KwaZulu-Natal

    2005 – 2006

    138

    0

    2

    97

    94

    2006 – 2007

    254

    66

    137

    78

    2007 – 2008

    137

    0

    0

    82

    81

    2008 – 30 June 2008

    32

    0

    2

    6

    0

    Totals

    561

    66

    4

    322

    253

    North West

    2005 – 2006

    45

    3

    3

    3

    0

    2006 – 2007

    48

    3

    0

    1

    2007 – 2008

    13

    0

    0

    10

    8

    2008 – 30 June 2008

    2

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Totals

    108

    6

    3

    14

    8

    Free State

    2005 – 2006

    27

    0

    0

    3

    2

    2006 – 2007

    4

    4

    4

    2007 – 2008

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    2008 – 30 June 2008

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Totals

    31

    0

    0

    7

    6

    Mpumalanga

    2005 – 2006

    25

    10

    7

    16

    6

    2006 – 2007

    204

    1 138

    18

    154

    106

    2007 – 2008

    1 142

    3

    19

    13

    3

    2008 – 30 June 2008

    16

    0

    0

    12

    0

    Totals

    1 387

    1 151

    44

    195

    115

    Northern Cape

    2005 – 2006

    20

    0

    1

    2

    0

    2006 – 2007

    2007 – 2008

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    2008 – 30 June 20080

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Totals

    20

    0

    1

    2

    0

    Limpopo

    2005 – 2006

    2

    0

    2

    1

    0

    2006 – 2007

    32

    5

    0

    2007 – 2008

    9

    3

    4

    4

    0

    2008 – 30 June 2008

    2

    0

    0

    2

    0

    Totals

    45

    3

    11

    7

    0

    OVERALL TOTALS

    3 982

    1 810

    89

    1 147

    696

    According to the survey conducted in the provinces and information provided by the Departmental Forensic Investigations Unit, investigations were conducted in most provinces regarding fraudulent activities in motor vehicle registration and roadworthiness processing. The Forensic Unit of the Department has also reported statistics for a shorter period. This unit is also directly involved with various SAPS operations, such as operation Sea Biscuit, which resulted in many convictions. These surveys resulted in the following feedback by the provinces and the Forensic Unit of the Department:-

    Motor Vehicle related crime

    Province

    Motor vehicle registration crime investigations by Province

    Motor vehicle roadworthiness crime investigations by Province

    Investigation by Forensic Unit - DoT

    Western Cape

    No investigations reported by province

    Investigations reported by province

    For the period from July to September 2008, the forensic unit investigated 725 cases of vehicle crime countrywide. This includes roadworthiness crime.

    Gauteng

    Investigations reported by province

    Investigations reported by province

    Eastern Cape

    No feedback received from province

    No feedback received from province

    KwaZulu-Natal

    Investigations reported by province

    Investigations reported by province

    North West

    Investigations reported by province

    Investigations reported by province

    Free State

    No investigations reported by province

    Investigations reported by province

    Mpumalanga

    No investigations reported by province

    Investigations reported by province

    Northern Cape

    No feedback received from province

    No feedback received from province

    Limpopo

    Investigations reported from province

    Investigations reported by province

    QUESTION NO. 1659

    (Internal Question Paper No 29 - 2008)

    Mr. M M Swathe (DA) to ask the Minister for Provincial and Local Government:

    Whether any of the municipal authorities in each province spent its full budget in the (a) 2005-06; (b) 2006-07 and (c) 2007-08 financial years, if not (i) which municipal did no spent its full budget (ii) what amount was not spent in each case and (iii) what were the reasons for failing to spend the full budget in each case; if so, what are therelevant details?

    ANSWER

    (a) (b) (c)

    o

    ~

    x

    ... z

    ~

    '1J ~

    BUDGET SUMMARY FOR PROVINCES 2005106 - 2007/08 FINANCIAL YEARS

    -

    2005 - 06

    2006 - 07

    Province

    Spent Amount

    %of Spent Amt

    Unspent Amount

    %of unspent Amt

    Spent Amount

    %of Spent Amt

    Unspent Amount

    %of unspent Amt

    Eastern Cape

    9 605 821

    96.3%

    387619

    3.7%

    13084602

    104.7%

    -589,746

    -4.7%

    Free State

    4 91 878

    95.7%

    221862

    4.7%

    5 391 345

    86.5%

    844,601

    13.5%

    Gauteng

    3 7 527 959

    97.7%

    892265

    2.3%

    43091 570

    99.6%

    173,687

    0.4%

    KwaZuIu -Natal

    1 9 905 237

    98.7%

    264,964

    1.3%

    2 1 722 379

    96.3%

    825,709

    3.7%

    Limpopo

    4 238 002

    93.6%

    287 388

    6.4%

    3831711

    73.1%

    1,407,378

    26.9%

    Mpumalanga

    4 699 626

    103.1%

    -143,425

    -3.1%

    5215329

    89.7%

    598,133

    10.3%

    Northern Cape

    1 996 826

    92.1%

    170,569

    7.9%

    2 205 782

    92.5%

    178,604

    7.5%

    North West

    5 446 098

    92.7%

    431,903

    7.3%

    4 300 843

    61.3%

    2,716,151

    38.7%

    Western Cape

    1 6 695 272

    92.6%

    1,342,879

    7.4%

    1 8 148 002

    88.5%

    2,357,450

    11.5%

    Grand Total

    R 105,046,719

    96.5%

    R 3.836,024

    3.5%

    R116,991.563

    93.2%

    R8,511,967

    6.8%

    (a)(b)(c)......... continued

    BUDGET SUMMARY FOR PROVINCES 2005/06 – 2007/08 FINACIAL YEARS

    2007-08

    Province

    Spent Amount

    %of Spent Amt

    Unspent Amount

    %of unspent Amt

    Eastern Cape

    12 584 648

    75.8%

    4,011,554

    24.2%

    Free State

    6 371 755

    84.8%

    1,139,523

    15.2%

    Gauteng

    47 901 775

    92.4%

    3,942,732

    7.6%

    KwaZuIu -Natal

    24 182 478

    96.4%

    915,450

    3.6%

    Limpopo

    6 230 966

    79.3%

    1,622,444

    20.7%

    Mpumalanga

    5 525 860

    68.3%

    2,566,653

    31.7%

    Northern Cape

    2 419 884

    91.3%

    231,824

    8.7%

    North West

    5 202 659

    79.3%

    1,359,733

    20.7%

    Western Cape

    20 418 844

    86.5%

    3,174,727

    13.5%

    Grand Total

    R130,838,869

    87.3%

    R3,174,727

    12.7%

    (i) & (ii) All municipalities that have not spent their full budget and those that spent fully are reflected in the Annexure labelled Operating Expenditure and Capital Expenditure.

    (iii) In the case where full budget was not spent, common reasons applicable to all municipalities relates to:

    - Lack of capacity and skills to implement and manage capital projects

    - Delays due to Technical reports and Environmental Impact Assessment affecting capital expenditure

    - Fluctuating levels of vacancies impacting on the salaries and wages expenditure budget

    QUESTION NO 1664

    DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    (INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 29/2008)

    Date reply submitted: 27 October 2008

    Mr SJ Masango (DA) to ask the Minister for Safety and Security:

    (a) How many SA Police Service members currently employed do not have valid driving licences in each province, (b) what are the ranks of these members and (c) how many of these members are allocated to (i) the detective service, (ii) visible policing and (iii) crime intelligence?

    NW2439E

    REPLY:

    (a) After responding to question 978/2007, the SAPS embarked on a verification process within the provinces. The current figures are as follows:

    PROVINCE

    NUMBER

    EASTERN CAPE

    1 123

    WESTERN CAPE

    336

    NORTHERN CAPE

    62

    NORTH WEST

    192

    LIMPOPO

    513

    KWAZULU‑NATAL

    877

    MPUMALANGA

    46

    FREE STATE

    661

    GAUTENG

    1 923

    TOTAL

    5 733

    (b)

    RANK

    NUMBER

    SUPERINTENDENT

    17

    CAPTAIN

    280

    INSPECTOR

    3 338

    SERGEANT

    1 712

    CONSTABLE

    386

    TOTAL

    5 733

    (c) (i) Detective Service = 620

    (ii) Visible Policing = 4 984

    (iii) Crime Intelligence = 67

    (iv) Other = 62

    QUESTION NO: 1666


    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 September 2008

    QUESTION PAPER NO: 29


    DATE OF REPLY: 28 October 2008

    Ms. D Smuts (DA) asked the Minister of Communications

    1. Whether, with reference to her reply to Question 1435 on 10 September 2008, and in light of the High Court upholding the suspension of Mr Dali Mpofu as CEO, she intends to persist in refusing to answer to the question as to the grounds of the appeal and the grounds of the decision to uphold it; if so, what are the relevant details;

    2. whether the SA Broadcasting Corporation will submit the requested relevant information under the Protection of Information Act, Act 84 of 1982; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

    NW2441E

    REPLY

    No, Minister can not disclose anything further.

    Mr. Mpofu is appealing the decision and we are unable to obtain further information.

    QUESTION 1667 (WRITTEN REPLY) FRIDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    MR LK JOUBERT (DA) TO ASK THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS

    (a) When was the last audit taken of residents of Acacia Park and (b) what was the result with regard to the number of (i) parliamentarians in residence, (ii) family members of parliamentarians in residence, (iii) domestic workers of parliamentarians in residence, (iv) session officials in residence, (v) family members of session officials in residence, (vi) domestic workers of session officials in residence, (vii) people living in outbuildings and (viii) any other residents or occupants? NW2443E.

    REPLY:

    (a) The last door to door occupancy audit was conducted during the month of June 2007. New residents are requested to complete occupancy sheets in order to keep the records updated.

    (b) (i) There are 213 Parliamentarians in residence at Acacia Park.

    (ii) With regard to family members/dependants of Parliamentarians in residence at Acacia Park, our records indicate that there is a population of 405 dependants of Parliamentarians at Acacia Park.

    (iii) Our records indicate that there are 26 domestic workers employed by Parliamentarians in Acacia Park.

    (iv) There are 240 sessional officials in residence at Acacia Park.

    (v) With regard to family members/dependants of sessional officials, our records indicate that there is a population of 513 dependants of sessional officials at Acacia Park.

    (vi) Our records indicate that there are 20 domestic workers employed by sessional officials in Acacia Park.

    (vii) The Department does not do any allocation for residents for outbuildings/outside rooms in the Parliamentary Villages. The outside rooms are meant for storage purposes and as such, the Department does not have any records of residents residing in outside rooms.

    (viii) Currently there are 09 known illegal occupants at Acacia Park, the Department has referred all illegal occupants to the Office of the State Attorney's for eviction. There are also two Departmental officials that have been accommodated in Acacia Park on the basis that they perform standby duties after hours as part of their duties.

    QUESTION NO.: 1670 DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    Mr E W Trent (DA) to ask the Minister for Justice and Constitutional Development:

    Whether the various case records of the Directorate of Special Operations are secured and protected from (a) theft and (b) unauthorised access; if not, why not; if so, (i) what procedures are in place to ensure that this information is safe and secured and (ii) what are the relevant details?

    NW2447E

    REPLY

    Various measures for safeguarding case records and exhibits are in place, such as access control and monitoring, as well as maintaining duplicate records. Divulging additional detail could compromise these measures and cannot therefore be disclosed.

    Question 1671

    Mr. T D Lee (DA) to ask the Minister of Trade and Industry:

    (1) Whether any sports bodies receive funding from the National Lottery; if so, (a) how many and (b) how much have each received in each of the past three financial years up to the latest specified date for which information is available;

    (2) Whether sports bodies are considered to be nonprofit organizations by the National Lottery; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details;

    (3) Whether sports teams that wear jerseys with the National Lottery logo are sponsored by the National Lottery; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details;

    (4) Whether the National Lottery has issued a grant to Blue Bulls rugby club; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) when, (b) how much and (c) what were the reasons?NW2448E

    Response:

    The Honourable MP can be referred to the National Lottery Board (NLB) Annual Reports which are sent to all Parliamentarians. Information is also available on the NLB website which is: www.nlb.org.za

    (1) Sport bodies have received funds from the National Lottery.

    (a) In 2006, 795 beneficiaries received funding. In 2007, 55 beneficiaries received funding. In 2008, 613 beneficiaries received funding.

    (b) The amount received by sport bodies in 2006 was R401 million, in 2007 R118 million and in 2008 R422 million.

    (2) All beneficiaries of National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund (NLDTF) grants have to be registered as Non-Profit Organizations (NPO's), Section-21 Companies or Non-Profit Trusts. This requirement is identified with each call for applications and is also in the Gazetted application form.

    (3) It is a requirement that if the NLDTF grant was used for the purchase of a sports kit, the NLDTF logo should be emblazoned on the kit.

    (4) The NLB has not issued a grant to the Blue Bulls rugby club.

    QUESTION NO. 1673 INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 27 of 2008

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 12 September 2008

    Mr G R Morgan (DA) to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism:

    (1) (a) What is the current total allowable catch (TAC) for the anchovy fishery and (b) what is the date that this TAC was set;

    (2) whether he has approved the mid-season TAC increase for anchovy; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

    NW2450E

    MR G R MORGAN (DA)

    SECRETARY TO PARLIAMENT

    HANSARD

    PAPERS OFFICE

    PRESS

    1673. THE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM ANSWERS:

    (1) (a) Final Anchovy TAC – 397 500t

    Sub-season Anchovy TAC – 120 000t

    (b) 1 September 2008

    (2) Yes. See above details.

    QUESTION NO. 1674 INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 29 of 2008

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 September 2008

    Mr G R Morgan (DA) to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism:

    (1) (a) What total amount has been budgeted for the Lillydale Community Greening Project in Mpumalanga, (b) what amount has been paid to the consultant on this project thus far, (c) what is the (i) name of the project consultant and (ii) province the project consultant resides in, (d) how many temporary jobs have been created thus far and (e) when is it expected that the project will be completed;

    (2) whether this project is sustainable; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, how was this conclusion reached?

    NW2451E

    MR G R MORGAN (DA)

    SECRETARY TO PARLIAMENT

    HANSARD

    PAPERS OFFICE

    PRESS

    1674. THE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM ANSWERS:

    (1) (a) R 2 242 500.00 million.

    (b) R 1 082 070.00 million (Initial payment as per agreement).

    (c) (i) Elsiemont and Associates Cc.

    (ii) Gauteng.

    (d) 64.

    (e) 31 July 2009.

    (2) Yes. Bushbuckridge Local Municipality has agreed to fund the aftercare in the form of operational cost as well as the general maintenance of the facility.

    QUESTION NO. 1675 INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 29 of 2008

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 September 2008

    Mr I F Julies (DA) to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism:

    (1) Whether there has been any decrease in poaching of the abalone resource since his decision to close the abalone fishery on 1 February 2008; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details;

    (2) whether he will reopen the fishery; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details;

    (3) whether he has made any progress in delivering on a social plan to alleviate the plight of abalone right-holders who are affected by the closure of the fishery; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

    NW2452E

    MR I F JULIES (DA) SECRETARY TO PARLIAMENT

    HANSARD

    PAPERS OFFICE

    PRESS

    1675. THE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM ANSWERS:

    (1) Yes. Statistics for the period February – July 2008, when compared with the same period last year reveal that:

    · Incidents of abalone found abandoned decreased from 73 to 41;

    · Incidents where persons were found in possession of abalone increased from 34 to 41; and

    · The number of cases increased from 73 to 85.

    These statistics suggest that the rate of detection has increased while the incidents of illegal harvesting of the resource have decreased. Intelligence also suggests that boat-based poaching has been significantly reduced from an average of 10 boats per week to one boat in the closed areas, with certain areas only reporting one incident per month.

    (2) The fishery will only be reopened when there is sufficient evidence to suggest that the resource has recovered to such an extent that the commercial harvesting of wild abalone is viable.

    (3) The Department has interacted with a number of government departments on the basis that a collective broad government intervention is required and that DEAT's focus is limited to alternative sustainable livelihood options within the marine and coastal environment including opportunities in Aquaculture, Boat-based Whale Watching and White Shark Cage Diving.

    QUESTION NO 1678

    DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    (INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 29/2008)

    Date reply submitted: 27 October 2008

    Mr M Waters (DA) to ask the Minister of Safety and Security:

    (1) How many children were murdered in the (a) 2005‑06, (b) 2006‑07 and (c) 2007‑08 financial years;

    (2) whether autopsies were carried out on all the victims; if not, (a) why not and (b) on how many; if so, on how many?

    NW2429E

    REPLY:

    The required information can only be answered by means of a time‑consuming and labour intensive scrutiny of the Crime Administration Systems (CAS). The work involved to obtain the information would substantially and unreasonably divert the resources of the department away from urgent operational work. The SAPS is, therefore, not readily able to supply the requested statistics.

    QUESTION NUMBER 1682

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    Mr T D Lee (DA) to ask the Minister of Finance:

    (1) Whether the Land Bank has provided any funding to a certain trust (name furnished); if so, (a) how much funding, (b)(i) when and (ii) why was the funding provided and (c) what was the funding used for;

    (2) whether the Land Bank has provided any funding for the development of an area in a certain place (name furnished); if so, (a) how much funding, (b)(i) when and (ii) why was the funding provided and (c) what progress has been made with regard to the development of the said area? NW2459E

    REPLY:

    (1) The Land Bank has confirmed that it has not provided or advanced any funding to a certain Trust.

    (1) (a); (1) (b) (i) and (ii) and (1)(c) see the answer above.

    (2) The Land Bank has confirmed that it has not provided any funding for the development of an area in a certain place.

    (2) (a); (2) (b) (i) and (ii) and (2) (c) see the answer above.

    QUESTION 1683

    INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER [NO 29-2008]

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    1683. Mr A H Nel (DA) to ask the Minister for Agriculture and Land Affairs:

    (1) (a) What was the total cost to the State of consultants used by her departments in the (i) 2005-06, (ii) 2006-07 and (iii) 2007-08 financial years, (b) what are the names of the consultants used; (c) for what purpose were they used and (d) what was the reason for preferring to use consultants instead of hiring persons with the necessary skills;

    (2) whether any former employees of her departments have been employed as consultants in the abovementioned financial years; if so, (a) why and (b) why did each such person leave her department? NW2460E

    THE MINISTER FOR AGRICULTURE AND LAND AFFAIRS:

    (In respect of the Department of Land Affairs)

    (1)(a)(i) R96 062 250

    (ii) R98 387 702

    (iii) R179 021 537

    (b), (c) and (d) Please refer to Annexures A, B and C.

    (2) Yes.

    (a) They have been contracted for their expertise on special projects and/or transfer of skills.

    (b) Normal retirement or voluntary severance package.

    QUESTION NO: 1684

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 September 2008

    QUESTION PAPER NO: 29

    DATE OF REPLY:

    Adv. PS Swart(DA) asked the Minister of Communications

    (1) (a) What was the total cost to the State of consultants used by her department in the (i) 2005-06, (ii) 2006-07 and (iii) 2007-08 financial years, (b) what are the names of the consultants used; (c) for what purpose were they used and (d) what was the reason for preferring to use consultants instead of hiring persons with the necessary skills;

    (2) whether any former employees of her department have been employed as consultants in the abovementioned financial years; if so, (a) why and (b) why did each such person leave her department?

    NW2461E

    REPLY

    (1) (a)The total cost to the State of consultants used by my department is as follows:

    (i) 2005/06: R37 711 151.54

    (ii) 2006/07: R4 434 172.42

    (iii) 2007/08: R20 843 758.91

    (b) The names of the consultants used are as follows:

    · 2005/06:

    Edu Solutions (Pty) ltd

    Mogale Consulting

    Cyberia

    Human Ventures

    Ehlobo Advisory Services

    Black Moon Advertising

    Samaita Maita

    University of Pretoria

    Salt & Pepper Marketing

    · 2006/07:

    Ernst & Young

    University of Massachusetts Lowell

    Forge Ahead

    BMI Techknowledge Group

    Organizational Knowledge Management Systems

    · 2007/08:

    Soundfusion(pty) ltd

    Whispers cc t/a Equal Access

    ICAS

    Izandla

    Forge Ahead

    BMI- Techknowledge –

    University of the Western Cape

    BMI Techknowledge

    (c) They were used for the following reasons:

    Edu Solutions (Pty) Ltd: Planning and logistical arrangement for an interenational conference on disability, held in Tunis as part of the World Summit on Information Society 2005

    Mogale Consulting: Change management specialist to undertake organizational development interventions of the DoC's transformation.

    ICAS: Employee Wellness and Health program for the DoC

    Cyberia: Development of project management system for the PNC

    Human Ventures: Events Company for the World Post Day October 2005.

    Ehlobo Advisory Services: Development of stakeholder management strategy for DoC

    Black Moon Advertising: Production of 2004/05 Annual report for the Department of Communications

    Samaita Maita: Conducting of situational analysis of disability and state owned enterprises.

    University of Pretoria: Training and development services to the DoC's staff

    Salt & Pepper Marketing: Planning, Design, layout and building of pavilion stand at WSIS at Tunis

    Ernst & Young: Conduct risk assessment for the DoC

    University of Massachusetts Lowell: Acquisition of Ionosonde for research in Radio Communications.

    Forge Ahead: Development of ICT SMME strategy for the DoC

    BMI Techknowledge Group: Conduct e-readiness for the PNC on ISAD

    Organizational Knowledge Management Systems: Development of Knowledge Management Strategy for the PNC on ISAD

    Soundfusion (Pty) Ltd: Audio broadcast and satellite communication network infrastructure for community radio stations as well as transmissions.

    Whispers cc t/a Equal Access: Placement agency to staff the 112 Emergency call centre for a period of two years.

    ICAS: Employee Wellness and health services for the DoC for a period of two years.

    Izandla, Forge Ahead and BMI-Techknowledge: On rotational basis to assist the Department with ICT related research.

    University of the Western Cape: Research projects and other assignments related to ICT skills development as and when required.

    BMI Techknowledge: International peer benchmarking study on the cost to communicate in South Africa.

    (d) The consultants were used because at the time of them being hired, the necessary skills and/or resources to perform the various activities were not available within the Department.

    2. No former employees of my Department have been employed as consultants in the abovementioned financial years. However, one of the consulting companies contracted by the Department in 2005/06, namely Edu Solutions, did employ a former employee.

    QUESTION 1687

    WRITTEN REPLY

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: FRIDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO.: 29-2008

    ADV H C SCHMIDT (DA) TO ASK THE MINISTER OF DEFENCE

    1. (a) What was the total cost to the state of consultants used by his department in the (i) 2005-06, (ii) 2006-07 and (iii) 2007-08 financial years, (b) what are the names of the consultants used; (c) for what purpose were they used and (d) what was the reason for preferring to use consultants instead of hiring persons with the necessary skills;

    2. whether any former employees of his department have been employed as consultants in the above-mentioned financial years; if so, (a) why and (b) why did each such person leave his department?

    -------ooo0ooo------- NW2464

    REPLY

    1 (a ) (i) The relevant cost for the State for FY2005-06 was R13 966 178,63.

    (ii) The relevant cost for the State for FY2006-07 was R12, 565,314.11.

    (iii) The relevant cost for the State for FY2007-08 was R15 960 433.37.

    (b) The service providers involved were:

    - Gijima AST (Ltd)

    - State Information Technology Agency (SITA

    - Albert Truter

    - Jerrenique Bayard

    - Albert Truter

    - Mr D.J. Korff

    - Ms F.D.G. van Heerden

    - Mr W.J.P. Needham

    - Mr H.C. Boonzaaier

    - Mr G.J. Nel

    - Ms C. Mofulatsi

    - Capacio Metrix

    - PriceWaterhouseCoopers

    - Ignis

    - Defence Institute (Armscor Business)

    (c) The DOD requires skilled Business Architecture / Analyst resources that are allocated on a non-discretionary basis to perform certain strategic tasks.

    (d) The reason for preferring to use consultants instead of hiring persons with the necessary skills is the fact that the DOD does not have such capacity. These skills are very scarce, expensive and are utilized in corporate projects. The remuneration dispensation of the DoD (PSA) does not allow for the salary level of the expertise required.

    2 Defence Enterprise Information System Management Division utilised three consultants that were former employees of this department. The reason the former members were utilised instead of another person being appointed for this position was because (a) the remuneration package for the same person with the same or similar qualifications would have been much higher for the department (b) better remuneration packages are offered by institutions like SITA.


    QUESTION NUMBER 1688

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    Mr S J F Marais (DA) to ask the Minister of Finance:

    (1) (a) What was the total cost to the State of consultants used by the National Treasury in the 2007-08 financial year, (b) what are the names of the consultants used; (c) for what purpose were they used and (d) what was the reason for preferring to use consultants instead of hiring persons with the necessary skills;

    (2) Whether any former employees of the National Treasury have been employed as consultants in the abovementioned financial years; if so, (a) why and (b) why did each such person leave the National Treasury?

    NW2465E

    REPLY:

    (1) (a) R 15,804,326.75

    (b) Refer to ANNEX 1 for the list of consultants utilised by the National Treasury.

    (c) Consultants utilised by the National Treasury are appointed to apply expert skills in respect of the following:

    · Investigate a specific issue or problem,

    · Carry out research,

    · Provide advice,

    · Develop systems or computer software, and

    · Provide particular professional services.

    (d) The National Treasury engages consultants only in respect of short-term projects for

    which it is not justifiable to employ someone on a full-time basis.

    (2) No.

    ANNEX 1

    2007-2008

    NAME OF CONSULTANT/ COMPANY

    PURPOSE

    Catherine Garson and Associates

    To assist in completing work on the Decision-Maker's Guide to PPPs in South Africa.

    Louw Labuschagne on behalf of Letsema Consulting

    To extract a base-line architecture utilising the Back Office Project as the starting point.

    Mr. Willies Welgemoed

    Assistance in selected areas of the King Sabata Dalindyebo Local municipality.

    Mr. James Aiello

    To advice and support in Expanding Health PPP. Making Municipal PPPs more effective. Development of Municipal Guidelines and strengthening contract management for projects implementation.

    Karin Martin and Catherine Garson and Associates

    Editing the 2008 Estimates of National Expenditure(ENE)

    Ken Finlayson

    To support IGR Branch on the MIDMIP programmes and to change terms of reference for principal Technical Advisor.

    KPMG

    Conducting of Quality Assurance Reviews in National Departments

    PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

    Conducting of Quality Assurance Reviews in Provincial Departments

    Deloitte & Touché

    Providing assistance to the IGR unit to determine the allocation of financial assistance to municipalities.

    Dr CDR Rumstojee

    Assisted in establishing policy and operations for the G20.

    K. Breytenbach

    Providing Financial analysis desk of the PPP unit and the implementation of policies.

    QUESTION NO.: 1690

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    Mr C M Lowe (DA) to ask the Minister for Public Enterprises:

    (1) (1) (a) What was the total cost to the State of consultants used by her department in the (i) 2005-06, (ii) 2006-07 and (iii) 2007-08 financial years, (b) what are the names of the consultants used; (c) for what purpose were they used and (d) what was the reason for preferring to use consultants instead of hiring persons with the necessary skills;

    (2) whether any former employees of her department have been employed as

    consultants in the above mentioned financial years; if so, (a) why and (b) why did each such person leave her department?

    NW2468E

    REPLY

    (1) The classification of Consultants in the Standard Chart of Accounts (SCOA) from National Treasury is very broad, hence the disclosure of all items reflected under consultants in the department's total annual expenditure. To this end, the department has defined the categories within this classification as follows:

    Consultants: A Consultant is contracted through a company or directly for a defined period related to a specific project. These Service Providers deliver various services to the department, some of which are contracted annually, depending on the needs and others on once off basis.

    Contractors: A Contractor, for all intents and purposes, is viewed and treated as an employee in the department. Contractors are employed directly to DPE in their personal capacity or through a company. They are based at the department on a full-time basis for a fixed period ranging from one to three years. These individuals are specialists with extensive experience in their area of operation. They are expected to comply with normal working hours as per the Basic Conditions of Employment and are vetted in a similar fashion to Public Service Employees.

    (a) (i) 2005/06 R 6 502 480

    (ii) 2006/07 R23 248 426

    (iii) 2007/08 R30 117 668

    (b&c) 2005/06 –refer to Annexure A

    2006/07 - refer to Annexure B

    2007/08 - refer to Annexure C

    (d) In the instance when a specialist skill is required on a fulltime basis, we would contract the person for either one or two years at completive salaries given their expertise and experience.

    (2) 2005/06 - None

    2006/07 – Two former employees

    2007/08 – None

    (a) Former employees were employed due to their understanding of the mandate of the department and required knowledge and competencies. In other cases were employed due to the urgency and the continuity of the projects.

    (b) Personal Career Growth and Development.

    Question 1691 for written reply, National Assembly: Mr S E Opperman (DA) to ask the Minister of Public Works:

    (1) (a) What was the total cost to the State of consultants used by her department in the (i) 2005-06, (ii) 2006-07 and (iii) 2007-08 financial years, (b) what are the names of the consultants used; (c) for what purpose were they used and (d) what was the reason for preferring to use consultants instead of hiring persons with the necessary skills;

    (2) whether any former employees of her department have been employed as consultants in the abovementioned financial years; if so, (a) why and (b) why did each such person leave her department? NW2469E

    REPLY

    (1) (a) The total cost for (i), (ii) and (iii) are in the table below

    (i)2005-06 Financial Year

    (ii)2006-07 Financial Year

    (iii) 2007-08Financial year

    R 49 687 855.79

    R 94 386 806.94

    R 340,403,804.51

    (2) No former employees of the department were employed as consultants in the abovementioned financial years. See attached details in Annexure A.

    QUESTION 1695

    INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER [NO 29-2008]

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    1695. Mr A H Nel (DA) to ask the Minister for Agriculture and Land Affairs:

    In respect of the 2006-07 and 2007-08 annual reports of her departments and the annual reports of each statutory and other entity reporting to her, (a) what was the (i) budgeted cost, (ii) actual cost and (iii) unit cost of each annual report and (b) how many copies of each were (i) produced and (ii) distributed? NW2475E

    THE MINISTER FOR AGRICULTURE AND LAND AFFAIRS:

    (In respect of the Department of Land Affairs)

    2006-07 Annual Reports

    Details

    Department of Land Affairs

    Commission on Restitution of Land Rights

    Ingonyama Trust Board

    (a)(i) Budgeted Cost

    R300 000

    Included in the Department's budget

    R90 000

    (ii) Actual Cost

    R191 523

    R180 074

    R42 865

    (iii) Unit Cost

    R103.53

    R12.00

    R28.58

    (b)(i) Copies produced

    1 850

    15 000

    1 500

    (ii) Copies distributed

    1 180

    11 000

    1 450

    2007-08 Annual Reports

    Details

    Department of Land Affairs

    Commission on Restitution of Land Rights

    Ingonyama Trust Board

    (a)(i) Budgeted Cost

    R300 000

    R218 000

    R90 000

    (ii) Actual Cost

    R290 869.99

    R199 994.22

    R44 046.02

    (iii) Unit Cost

    R290.86

    R13.33

    R29.36

    (b)(i) Copies produced

    1 000

    15 000

    1 500

    (ii) Copies distributed

    950

    12 281

    1 450

    QUESTION NO: 1696

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 September 2008

    QUESTION PAPER NO: 29

    DATE OF REPLY:

    Adv P S Swart (DA) asked the Minister of Communications

    In respect of the 2006-07 and 2007-08 annual reports of her department and the annual reports of each statutory and other entity reporting to her, (a) what was the (i) budgeted cost, (ii) actual cost and (iii) unit cost of each annual report and (b) how many copies of each were (i) produced and (ii) distributed?

    NW2476E

    The information regarding the annual reports of the Department of Communications is as follows:

    YEAR

    (a)(i)

    BUDGETED COST

    (a)(ii)

    ACTUAL COST

    (a)(iii)

    UNIT COST

    (b)(i)

    NUMBER OF COPIES PRODUCED

    (b)(ii)

    NUMBER OF COPIES DISTRIBUTED

    2006-07

    R 250,000

    R 197,000

    R 131.33

    1500

    403

    2007-08

    R 250,000

    R 150,993.01

    R 100.66

    1500

    1300

    I have been advised by USAASA as follows:-

    YEAR

    (a)(i)

    BUDGETED COST

    (a)(ii)

    ACTUAL COST

    (a)(iii)

    UNIT COST

    (b)(i)

    NUMBER OF COPIES PRODUCED

    (b)(ii)

    NUMBER OF COPIES DISTRIBUTED

    2006-07

    R 275,000

    R 199,971.31

    R 133.31

    1500

    1500

    2007-08

    R 200,000

    R 428,000

    R 356.67

    1200

    535*

    *The rest of the copies will be provided to USAASA Provincial Offices and USAASA Community ICT Access Centres for further distribution to the general public. The objective of such distribution is to raise awareness, particularly in the communities that are the Agency's focus, of the Agency's work. USAASA also intends to use the remaining copies for distribution during the Agency's public awareness initiatives, events, and to provide to the Agency's stakeholders and our customers.

    I have been advised by Nemisa as follows:-

    YEAR

    (a)(i)

    BUDGETED COST

    (a)(ii)

    ACTUAL COST

    (a)(iii)

    UNIT COST

    (b)(i)

    NUMBER OF COPIES PRODUCED

    (b)(ii)

    NUMBER OF COPIES DISTRIBUTED

    2006-07

    R 50,000

    R 32,513.94

    R 32.51

    1000

    740

    2007-08

    R 100,000

    R 73,581.36

    R 73.58

    1000

    607

    I have been advised by SABC as follows:-

    YEAR

    (a)(i)

    BUDGETED COST

    (a)(ii)

    ACTUAL COST

    (a)(iii)

    UNIT COST

    (b)(i)

    NUMBER OF COPIES PRODUCED

    (b)(ii)

    NUMBER OF COPIES DISTRIBUTED

    2006-07

    R 200,000

    R 145,245 (excl vat)

    R 58

    2500

    2200

    2007-08

    R 250,000

    R 244,938 (excl vat)

    R 98

    2500

    I have been advised by SAPO as follows:-

    YEAR

    (a)(i)

    BUDGETED COST

    (a)(ii)

    ACTUAL COST

    (a)(iii)

    UNIT COST

    (b)(i)

    NUMBER OF COPIES PRODUCED

    (b)(ii)

    NUMBER OF COPIES DISTRIBUTED

    2006-07

    R 900 000

    R748 000

    R748

    1000

    1000

    2007-08

    R700 000

    R524 436

    R437,03

    1200

    1050

    I have been advised by Sentech as follows:-

    YEAR

    (a)(i)

    BUDGETED COST

    (a)(ii)

    ACTUAL COST

    (a)(iii)

    UNIT COST

    (b)(i)

    NUMBER OF COPIES PRODUCED

    (b)(ii)

    NUMBER OF COPIES DISTRIBUTED

    2006-07

    R450 000

    R542 717

    R542, 71

    1000

    980

    2007-08

    R535, 000

    R608, 475

    R608, 47

    1000

    950

    It should be noted that ICASA reports through me to Parliament. I have been advised by ICASA as follows:-

    YEAR

    (a)(i)

    BUDGETED COST

    (a)(ii)

    ACTUAL COST

    (a)(iii)

    UNIT COST

    (b)(i)

    NUMBER OF COPIES PRODUCED

    (b)(ii)

    NUMBER OF COPIES DISTRIBUTED

    2006-07

    R 220,000

    R 190,317.37

    R 76.12

    2500

    2500

    2007-08

    R268 144

    not deter-mined as yet

    not furnished

    2000

    *

    *These copies will be distributed as follows:

    · 600 copies will be distributed in terms of the Auditor General's list of distribution and guidelines i.e. 10 copies will be delivered to the Pretoria and Cape Town Offices of the Minister of Communications for tabling; and 500 copies will be delivered to Parliament.

    · 20 copies to the office of the Auditor General

    · 15 copies to Government Printing Works

    · 10 copies to the legal deposit of Libraries

    · 100 copies for the ICASA library

    Distribution at industry expos, consumer road-shows, international delegations and to licensees and other stakeholders.

    QUESTION NO: 1697

    MR J SELFE (DA) TO ASK THE MINISTER OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

    In respect of the 2007-08 annual report of his department and the annual reports of each statutory and other entity reporting to him, (a) what was the (i) budgeted cost, (ii) actual cost and (iii) unit cost of each annual report and (b) how many copies of each were (i) produced and (ii) distributed? NW2477E

    REPLY

    Statutory entities reporting to the Minister of Correctional Services is the Judicial Inspectorate of Prisons and the National Council for Correctional Services (NCCS). Information on the NCCS is incorporated into the Department of Correctional Services' Annual Report for the 2007-08 Financial Year.

    The table below provides the information for the production of the Annual Reports for both the Department of Correctional Services and the Judicial Inspectorate.

    CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

    ANNUAL REPORT

    JUDICIAL INSPECTORATE OF PRISONS

    (a) (i) R80 000.00

    (a) (i) R35 000.00

    (ii) R97 293.46

    (ii) R30 691.23

    (iii) R42.30

    (iii) R7.67

    (b) (i) 2 300

    (b) (i) 4 000

    (ii) 2 045

    (ii) 3 742

    QUESTION 1698

    WRITTEN REPLY

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: FRIDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO.: 29-2008

    ADV H C SCHMIDT (DA) TO ASK THE MINISTER OF DEFENCE

    In respect of the 2007-08 annual report of his department and annual reports of each statutory and other entity reporting to him, (a) what was the (i) budgeted cost, (ii) actual cost and (iii) unit cost of each annual report and (b) how many copies of each were (i) distributed and (ii) distributed?

    -------ooo0ooo------- NW2478E

    REPLY

    Ser.

    Reports

    (a) (i) What was the budgeted cost

    (a) (ii) the actual cost

    (a) (iii) unit cost of each annual report

    (b) how many copies of each were (i) produced

    (b) (ii). Distributed

    1.

    DoD Annual Report

    R459 834.00

    R550 010.84

    R149-54

    3000

    In process to the relevant stakeholders

    2.

    Castle Annual Report

    R15 000.00

    R9 886-08

    R12-36

    800

    Parliament (535)

    National Treasury and libraries (50)

    Corporate Marketing (215)

    3

    Armscor Annual Report

    R200 000.00

    R176 002.50

    R178.00

    1000

    800

    QUESTION 1698

    WRITTEN REPLY

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: FRIDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2008

    INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO.: 29-2008

    ADV H C SCHMIDT (DA) TO ASK THE MINISTER OF DEFENCE

    In respect of the 2007-08 annual report of his department and annual reports of each statutory and other entity reporting to him, (a) what was the (i) budgeted cost, (ii) actual cost and (iii) unit cost of each annual report and (b) how many copies of each were (i) distributed and (ii) distributed?

    -------ooo0ooo------- NW2478E

    REPLY

    Ser.

    Reports

    (a) (i) What was the budgeted cost

    (a) (ii) the actual cost

    (a) (iii) unit cost of each annual report

    (b) how many copies of each were (i) produced

    (b) (ii). Distributed

    1.

    DoD Annual Report

    R459 834.00

    R550 010.84

    R149-54

    3000

    In process to the relevant stakeholders

    2.

    Castle Annual Report

    R15 000.00

    R9 886-08

    R12-36

    800

    Parliament (535)

    National Treasury and libraries (50)

    Corporate Marketing (215)

    3

    Armscor Annual Report

    R200 000.00

    R176 002.50

    R178.00

    1000

    800

    QUESTION 1699

    DATE OF PUBLICATION OF INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 26/09/2008

    INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 29-2008

    Mr G G Boinamo to ask the Minister of Education:

    In respect of the 2006-07 and 2007-08 annual reports of her department and the annual reports of each statutory and other entity reporting to her, (a) what was the (i) budgeted cost, (ii) actual cost and (iii) unit cost of each annual report and (b) how many copies of each were (i) produced and (ii) distributed?

    NW2479E

    Table 1: Annual report costs

    PUBLIC ENTITY

    i) Budgeted cost of the Annual Report

    ii) Actual cost of the Annual Report

    iii) Unit cost of each Annual Report

    2006/07

    R

    2007/08

    R

    2006/07

    R

    2007/08

    R

    2006/07

    R

    2007/08

    R

    Department of Education

    360 000

    376 200

    159 354

    204 328

    159,35

    136,21

    South African Council for Educators (SACE)

    60 000

    90 000

    64 824

    131 141

    21,61

    87,42

    Council on Higher Education (CHE)

    70 000

    68 000

    64 198

    67 043

    64,20

    67,04

    National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS)

    70 000

    77 000

    62 433

    70 725

    41,62

    47,15

    Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC)

    159 949

    198 913

    157 555

    151 050

    105,04

    100,70

    Umalusi

    70 000

    80 000

    59 433

    77 292

    29,72

    38,65

    South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)

    150 000

    220 000

    172 637

    258 461

    43,16

    86,15

    Table 2: Annual report copies printed and distributed

    Public Entity

    i) How many copies were produced?

    ii) How many copies were distributed

    2006/07

    2007/08

    2006/07

    2007/08

    (distribution to date)

    Department of Education

    1 000

    1 500

    900

    1 000

    SACE

    3 000

    1 500

    2 900

    1 500

    CHE

    1 000

    1 000

    800

    950

    NSFAS

    1 500

    1 500

    1 412

    1 462

    ELRC

    1 500

    1 500

    1 400

    1 450

    Umalusi

    2 000

    2 000

    1 700

    1 750

    SAQA

    4 000

    3 000

    4 000

    3 000

    QUESTION NO. 1700 INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 29 of 2008

    DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26 September 2008

    Mr I F Julies (DA) to ask the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism:

    In respect of the 2006-07 and 2007-08 annual reports of his department and the annual reports of each statutory and other entity reporting to him, (a) what was the (i) budgeted cost, (ii) actual cost and (iii) unit cost of each annual report and (b) how many copies of each were (i) produced and (ii) distributed?

    NW2480E

    MR I F JULIES (DA) SECRETARY TO PARLIAMENT

    HANSARD

    PAPERS OFFICE

    PRESS

    1700. THE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM ANSWERS:

    (a) and (b)

    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM (DEAT)

    Period

    Budgeted cost

    Actual cost

    Unit cost

    Produced copies

    Distributed copies

    2007-08

    R200,000.00

    R119,940.00

    R39.98

    3000

    2500

    2006-07

    R200,000.00

    R157,371.48

    R31.47

    5000

    4500

    MARINE LIVING RESOURCES FUND (MLRF)

    2007-08

    R41 000.00

    R40 800.00

    R40.80

    1000

    900

    2006-07

    R25 000.00

    R21 424.76

    R17.85

    1200

    1000

    ISIMANGALISO WETLAND PARK (ISIMANGALISO)

    2007-08

    R109,000.00

    R122,182.00

    R101.81

    1200

    1050

    2006-07

    R100,000.00

    R83,741.55

    R69.78

    1200

    680

    SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY INSTITUTE (SANBI)

    2007-08

    R100,000.00

    R151,968.80

    R75.98

    2000

    2000

    2006-07

    R90,000.00

    R91,097.20

    R45.55

    2000

    2000

    SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL PARKS (SANPARKS)

    2007-08

    R200,000.00

    R193,663.20

    R96.83

    2000

    600

    2006-07

    R170,000.00

    R162,722.00

    R81.36

    2000

    2000

    SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM (SAT)

    2007-08

    R600,000.00

    R588,088.44

    R534.63

    1100

    600

    2006-07

    R487,005.00

    R480,191.24

    R436.54

    1100

    941

    SOUTH AFRICAN WEATHER SERVICE (SAWS)

    2007-08

    R200,000.00

    R136,173.24

    R123.80

    1100

    559

    2006-07

    R200,000.00

    R195,703.00

    R177.92

    1100

    950

    Question 1691 for written reply, National Assembly: Mr S E Opperman (DA) to ask the Minister of Public Works:

    (1) (a) What was the total cost to the State of consultants used by her department in the (i) 2005-06, (ii) 2006-07 and (iii) 2007-08 financial years, (b) what are the names of the consultants used; (c) for what purpose were they used and (d) what was the reason for preferring to use consultants instead of hiring persons with the necessary skills;

    (2) whether any former employees of her department have been employed as consultants in the abovementioned financial years; if so, (a) why and (b) why did each such person leave her department? NW2469E

    REPLY

    (1) (a) The total cost for (i), (ii) and (iii) are in the table below

    (i)2005-06 Financial Year

    (ii)2006-07 Financial Year

    (iii) 2007-08Financial year

    R 49 687 855.79

    R 94 386 806.94

    R 340,403,804.51

    (2) No former employees of the department were employed as consultants in the abovementioned financial years. See attached details in Annexure A.

    CONSULTANTS

    2007/2008

    CONSULTANT

    PURPOSE

    REASON

    TOTAL AMOUNT

    Former employee

    Why

    Why did each person leave

    ACADEMY OF BUSINESS & COMPUTER

    Providing theoretical learning in IT Learnership Programme, providing mentorship support at workplace and issuing SETA Accredited Certificates after completion of programme

    No internal skillls capacity and inability to issue SETA Accredited nationally recognised qualification

    174,313.16

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ADVAL VALUATION CENTRE

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity

    29,640.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    AFFRMOATIVE PORTFOLIOS CC

    To assist in recruiment of candidates on a temporary basis.

    Lack of capacity within the region to deal with administrative issues.

    51,004.63

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    AFRICA CONSULTING ARCHITECTS-

    Architectural service

    Status qou reporting, prelim design consultation on architectural requirements.

    294,327.92

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    AFRICAN ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    1,422,334.75

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    AFRICAN EPA (PTY) LTD.-PRETORIA

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    215,098.91

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    AFRICON ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    406,183.81

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    AFRICON ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD-KEMPTON PARK

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    157,994.89

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    AFRIGIS (PTY) LTD -

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    979,773.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    AGO-INFRA (PTY) LTD T/A F J KRUGER CONSULTING ENGINEERS-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    81,197.56

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ANATHI CONSULTING ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD

    To ensure structural stability of the building with appropriate drawings, specifications and reports.

    For specialist renovations in line with Heritage and AMAFA regulations. The specialised skills required were not catered for at the Durban Regional Office at that time.

    376,819.47

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    APES PROJEKDIENS BK

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    683,357.34

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ARC ARCHITECTURAL CONSULTANTS (PTA) (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    1,745,124.35

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ARCHITECTS PRACTICE PIETER ROSSOUW CC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    39,032.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN ASSOCIATES (GAUTENG) (PTY) LTD-PORT ELIZABETH

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    13,925.73

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ASCH PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (PTY) LTD-

    Structural engineering services

    Consultancy on CMP project for parliament.

    489,482.37

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ASIBONI MBALA EVENTS

    Providing of temporary draping / furntiture at events

    Provision of furniture for Presidential Holding areas

    30,780.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BABBS, LABDON & PARTNERS-

    Quantity surveying services

    Cost control services.

    376,987.28

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BAKONE CONSULTING ENGINEERS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    400,830.71

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BAM ZOLLNER ARCHITECTS-

    Architectural service

    Design and management of residences.

    1,126,009.68

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BASI LEEUW CONSULTING ENGINEERS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    1,367,947.87

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BAUMHAUS ARCHITECTS -

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    624,225.47

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BFBA CONSULTANTS ( CAPE TOWN)

    Electrical mechanical engineering service

    Design adjustment to existing NCOP Gallery for parliament.

    5,152.80

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BIGEN AFRICA CONSULTING ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD-PIETERSBURG

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    835,153.56

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BKS (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    5,545,088.93

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BLOKKER, HIBBERT & GROBBELAAR BOUREKENAARS-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    135,141.74

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BMDS CONSULTING ENGINEERS

    Mechanical engineering service

    Status qou reporting, prelim design consultation on architectural requirements.

    5,138,667.05

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BNB PRETORIA

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    25,122.25

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BOLENG CONSULTING SERVICES (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    3,874,890.73

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BOLENG CONSULTING SERVICES (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    1,926,510.81

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BOWMAN GILFILLAN

    Abritration

    No specialised skills in the Department

    356,240.20

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BREMBO INVESTMENT T/A SIYAKHAS

    For the provision of accreditted training through the National Qualification Framework Level 2 on the Construction Contractor Programme. This training part of a contract development programme for 25 learner contractors.

    Accreditted training

    202,019.40

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BRINK STOKES MARAIS & MOOLMAN (PTY)LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    2,660,053.29

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BT MONGWE AND ASSOCIATES (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    375,794.22

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BT MONGWE AND ASSOCIATES (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    436,717.75

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BURO TECH CONSULTING ENGINEERS CC

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    256,418.03

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BUSINESS TRUST

    EPWP Support Programme

    As per agreement between NDPW (signed by Minister Sigcau) and Business Trust

    2,500,000.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BVI CONSULTING ENGINEERS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    787,599.32

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BVI CONSULTING ENGINEERS-

    Electrical mechanical engineering service

    Design management of electrical installation.

    891,259.10

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    BVI NORTH-CAPE (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    5,558,379.26

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    C S STUDIO ARCHITECTS-

    Architectural service

    Design and management of R&R and upgrade to buildings.

    223,161.66

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CA DU TOIT (PTY) LTD-JOHANNESBURG

    To assist the Department with expertise in the field of Electronics related to Security Systems.

    Security breach occurred at the DP's residence resulting in theft of sensitive documents and laptop.Consultants appointed must be NIA cleared.

    270,497.90

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CD VENTER LAND SERVEYORS

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity

    9,815.40

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CHIBWE RITSCHL AFRITECTS CC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    1,447,051.14

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CHOISE TECHNOLOGIES

    IE-Works implementation and EPWP development system.

    Rare skill, no internal capacity to develop and implement.

    6,657,327.39

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CJOISE TECHNOLOGIES

    IE-Works implementation and EPWP development system.

    Rare skill, no internal capacity to develop and implement.

    83,944.13

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CLAASSEN AURET ACKERMANN MPHAPHULI INC

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    605,588.31

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CLINKSCALES MAUGHAN-BROWN-CAPE TOWN

    Electrical engineering service

    Design and management of electrical installation.

    907,516.20

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CNN ADVIES CC -

    To deliver a service to the client

    PRETORIA: CIVITAS BUILDING: UPGRADING

    4,344,947.22

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    COMBINET SYSTEM

    To assist with assets verification

    Lack of capacity within the department who can be able to verify Prestige environment.

    3,366,751.24

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CONRADIE & VENTER

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    35,207.83

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CONSTRUCTION MENTOR SERVICES CC

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    1,478,577.20

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CORE FOCUS PTY LTD

    To develop a profile of the ECDP Database and complete the Realigned ECDP Management Plan

    A specialized skill and experience was required to undertake the tasks which the internal staff did not possess.

    311,049.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CORNELIUS AMOS PETERSEN

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    629,936.78

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CRANE REGISTERED QUANTITY SURVEYORS (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    8,621.46

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    CSIR/WNNR

    To deliver a service to the client

    PRETORIA: : APOPS:NEW HEAD OFFICE PROJECT FOR DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTA L AFFAIRS AND TOURISM

    11,952,019.84

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    D HOLM

    To deliver a service to the client

    PRETORIA: : MASTER PLAN DEVELOPMENT FOR A NATIONAL GOVERNMENT PRECINCT

    7,445.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    D.J.J CONRADIE & PARTNERS CC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    472,967.16

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DALING DE LANGE & VAN TONDER (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    467,207.65

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DAVIS & HINSCH ARCHITECTS-

    Architectural service

    Design and management of burglar bar installation.

    678,289.69

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DAYLITE CAPITAL (PTY)LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    238,439.59

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DBN BOUREKENAARS-KROONSTAD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    578,515.24

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DE VILLIERS KOEN-

    Quantity surveying service

    Compile technical documents for and cost control of project.

    1,452,129.37

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DELOITTE CONSULTING

    To conduct competency assessments for candidates recommended to occuppy Senior Management positions in the department

    The DPSA has issued a directive on specific approved consulting companies that all government departments must appoint to conduct competency assessment for senior managers and Dellotte Consulting is one of them. This is a specialised skill and is not av

    46,488.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DELOITTE CONSULTING (PTY) LTD

    To conduct competency assessments for candidates recommended to occuppy Senior Management positions in the department

    The DPSA has issued a directive on specific approved consulting companies that all government departments must appoint to conduct competency assessment for senior managers and Dellotte Consulting is one of them. This is a specialised skill and is not av

    905,976.24

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DELPORT, DU PREEZ AND ASSOCIATES-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    56,135.49

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DELPORT, DU PREEZ AND ASSOCIATES-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    53,660.93

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS CC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    817,473.51

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH AFRICA

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    1,504,738.66

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DEYI MDLUWA AND HALL CONSULTANS

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    762,309.21

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DHK ARCHITECTS (PTY) LTD-

    Architectural service

    Status qou reporting, prelim design consultation on architectural requirements.

    799,545.08

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DIHLASE CONSULTING (PTY) LTD - BLOEMFONTEIN

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    574,906.48

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DLV ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    35,232.97

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DLV PRETORIA (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    50,157.32

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    DNMZ CONSULTING ENGINEERS CC

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    2,782,685.60

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    E S BOTHMA QUANTITY SURVEYOR-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    5,332,181.35

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    E S BOTHMA QUANTITY SURVEYOR-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    47,400.79

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    E. SINGH ASSOCIATES-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    518,170.45

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    E2C-EBRAHIM ENGINEERING CONSULTANT

    Electrical engineering service

    Consultancy on CMP project for parliament.

    234,799.29

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    EBAMINA IKADING T/A INKANYISO

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    2,245,377.97

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    EBEN-EZAR FUNERAL SERVICES

    It was for the payment for funeral services of the late Thembela Mbalane. The department later recovered it from her pensions.

    The employee had no family member and no money at the time of her death. This was the option the department had to exercise to demonstrate our humanity.

    25,689.25

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ECH MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS AFRICA (PTY) L TD

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    1,439,296.57

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    EKSTEEN, VD WALT & NISSEN (INT) PTY LTD-HEAD OFFIC

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    110,319.52

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ELCONSULT CC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    2,195,949.60

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    EMMETT:EMMETT ARCHITECTS CC-

    To provide architectural documentation and specifications

    For specialist renovations in line with Heritage and AMAFA regulations.

    1,116,160.64

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ENDECON CENTURION

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    193,396.43

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ENGINEERING DESIGN AND TRAINING

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    46,584.45

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ERASCON (PTY) LTD

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    86,257.52

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    EXPONANT

    WCS maintenance and enhancement.Reporting and management reports.

    Enhance internal capacity because of high staff turnover.

    620,784.92

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    FNATHI CONSULTING ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD

    Structural engineering service

    Design and management of structural construction elements.

    185,432.18

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    FREDDY BLAKE PROPERTY CONSULTANT

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    482,171.75

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    FRYLINCK, SOTHMANN & PARTNERS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    169,424.41

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    FWETA GLOBAL TRADING CC

    Business process capturing and modeling

    Enhance internal capacity because of high staff turnover

    365,935.37

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GAPP ARCHITECTS & URBAN DESIGNERS (PTY) LTD-JOHANNESBURG

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    430,424.49

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GENERAL PUBL.SERV. SECT. BARGAINING

    Abritration

    The employee did request to be legaly represented in the disciplinary hearing in terms of paragraph 7.3.c of the Disciplinary Code & Procedures for the Public Service, in this section the bargaining council (the GPSSBC) must appoint a Commissioner to chai

    152,828.72

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GITSHAHBAYA CONSULTING SERVICES

    Job evaluation and job description.

    No unit to deal with job evalution.

    1,054,255.75

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GLENRAND MIB LTD

    Payment of insurance for Subsidised Vehicles

    Transversal Government contract

    47,489.76

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GOLDBLATT YUILL ARCHITECTS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    310,263.67

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GOSLING ASSOCIATES-

    Quantity surveying service

    Cost control of project.

    419,095.92

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GP VAN NIEKERK ONDERNEMINGS

    Payment of insurance for Subsidised Vehicles

    Transversal Government contract

    3,340.66

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GRAHAM CHATER & ASSOCIATES-

    Architectural service

    Design work for upgrading residence to Ministerial standard.

    686,775.54

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GREEN INC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    80,844.43

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    GREGER SOUND SERVICES CC

    Media Briefing

    Specialized Services

    184,545.48

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    HAINES PALMER REABOW & GR

    Land Surveying

    Lack of capacity and skill

    22,619.90

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    HARDCORE PROJECTS

    Development of policies

    Rare skill, no internal capacity.

    198,611.11

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    HEIDI ZOLLNER ARCHITECTS CC

    Architectural service

    Design and management of residences.

    554,811.64

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    HERMANSEN ASSOCIATES CC

    Architectural service

    Status qou reporting, prelim design consultation on architectural requirements.

    1,387,498.59

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    HILES LM

    Counselling session for an employee

    EAP recommended that the employee should be referred for counselling.

    1,800.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    HNV QUANTITY SURVEYORS (PTY) LTD-

    Architectural service

    Cost control over upgrade of Ministerial accomodation. Upgrade at 120 Plein Str.

    73,673.57

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    HOLM JORDAAN GROUP-

    Architectural service

    Consultancy on CMP project for parliament.

    365,209.95

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    HOLM JORDAAN GROUP-

    Architectural service

    Consultancy on CMP project for parliament.

    2,430,915.42

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    IC BLUE TECHNOLOGIES

    Development and implementation of Employee development and management system projects.

    Short term project for implementation of document management system and enhance internal capacity because of high staff turnover.

    2,101,793.02

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ICE GROUP (PTY) LTD-

    Electrical engineering service

    Consultancy on CMP project for parliament.

    324,523.80

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    IDADA TRADING 96 PTY LTD

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    3,274,658.44

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    IKAMVA RECRUITMENT

    To assist in recruiment of candidates on a temporary basis.

    Lack of capacity within the region to deal with administrative issues.

    30,574.80

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ILISO CONSULTING PTY LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    1,322,735.45

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    IMPENDULO DESIGN ARCHITECTS-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    22,554.19

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    INDIGOCUBE PTY

    Rational suite to map business processes for the Department. Software Futures changed the name to Indigocube)

    Specialized software

    163,156.80

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    INFRABURO (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    MARION ISLAND: : HERITAGE - REPLACEMENT OF RESEARCH BASE

    135,073.57

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    INGCALI-

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    567,509.41

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    INSTRUMENTATION FOR TRAFFIC LAW

    Media Briefing

    Specialized Services

    6,750.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    INTENDA PTY LTD

    To implement Proqure and Proquote systems

    They are the only company that develop the system and it was to ensure control and better reporting system.

    1,431,766.68

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    INTERNATIONAL LABOUT ORGANISATION

    Technical support provided for the EPWP on behalf of the Limpopo department of public works.

    Payments made to the ILO on behalf of Limpop provincial public works department as per memorandum of understanding and claimed from the provincial department.

    12,752,757.94

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    IR HAUPT AND ASSOCIATES CC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    198,918.98

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    IT EMPOWERMENT

    CRM strategy

    Lack of skills & capacity

    625,291.05

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    IXIXI ARCHITECTS (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    248,116.62

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    IYR COMPUTEX

    Providing desktop support to the Department

    Enhance internal capacity, because of high staff turnover

    2,379,817.54

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    IZIKO MUSEUMS

    Payment was made to a consultant that is managing the Groote Schuur Museum which is a heritage building and must be maintained on a daily basis.

    This is a government semi owned entity which has been managing the Groote Schuur Museum for a number of years. The museum must be maintainted on a daily basis and it would be costly to appoint a private company for this service. The official who is managi

    141,781.75

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    J

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    250,800.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    JAFTA MPHAHLARI PROF

    Abritration

    No specialised skills in the Department

    241,554.60

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    JBCC

    Provision of training in the use of the Principal Building Agreement of the JBCC

    JBCC is the author of the said Conditions of Contract and as such the best authority to have provided the much needed training therein after the Department has adopted said conditions as part of the Construction Industry Development Board's promulgated St

    109,200.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    JC KRUGER

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    191,520.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    JEFFARES & GREEN INC.-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    323,532.78

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    JH SYSTEM ENGINEERS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    2,965,842.37

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    JH SYSTEM ENGINEERS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    635,296.16

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    JLN VAN ZYL

    Survey Erven 150 & 155 Upington.

    Un-registerred State owned properties to be registerred.

    13,200.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    JMK ARCHITECTS (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    173,661.48

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    JOBVEST

    SMS competency assessment

    The assessment is done for all internal staff who are promoted and external candidates who are appointed on SMS position.

    52,793.40

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KANOMAMBO COMPUTING

    Development and implementation of WCS project as well as document management system projects.

    Short term project for implementation of document management system and enhance internal capacity because of high staff turnover.

    1,548,724.28

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KANTEY & TEMPLER-

    Civil Engineering Services.

    Consultancy on CMP project for parliament.

    152,311.95

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KANYISA PROPERTY & MANAGEMENT

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity

    9,300.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KARABO ENGINEERING (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    148,674.24

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KATLEGO TRADERS

    The Regional Office had HIV/ AIDS Awareness and Employee Wellness Programme function. The theme and the story line of performances were tailored around that awareness on the two issues mentioned above.

    The department could not provide such services on its own as it does not have any artistic activities/ clubs.

    4,000.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KBK CONSULTING ENGINEERS INCORPORATED-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    300,550.30

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KHALEMA & ASSOCIATION CONSULTING ENGINEERS -

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    2,390,935.75

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KHUTHELE PROJECTS-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    819,375.23

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KLOPPER MOLEFE ASSOCIATES (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    50,566.22

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KMM QUALITY SOLITIONS

    Desktop Management

    Lack of skills & capacity

    2,386,576.31

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KNA CONSULTING ENG

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    3,644,340.47

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KNIGHT PIESOLD (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    658,794.21

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KOBUS GILDENHUYS AND ASSOCIATES

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity

    4,436.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KOOR DINDAR QUANTITY SURVEYORS-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    80,549.16

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KPMG

    To assist with collecting, collation, verification, reconciliation and systematically giving the Department a go ahead to effect payments of approximateley 1000 accounts held at Nelson Mandela Municipality

    Lack of capacity within the region to deal with arrear accounts.

    638,356.11

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KROLL BACK GROUND

    For verification of qualifications of new as well as existing empployees

    No trained personnel are available in the regioanl office. This process needs thorough checks with educational institutions, banks, Department of Home Affairs and referenced people. Security vetting is engaged in the background checks since June 2008.

    24,773.34

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KROLL BACKGROUND SCREENING

    For verification of qualifications of new as well as existing empployees

    No trained personnel are available in the regioanl office. This process needs thorough checks with educational institutions, banks, Department of Home Affairs and referenced people. Security vetting is engaged in the background checks since June 2008.

    856.14

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    KWEZI V3 ENGINEERS

    Electrical engineering service

    Status qou reporting, prelim design consultation on architectural requirements.

    283,313.52

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LAKHANYA QUANTITY SURVEYORS

    To provide highly specialized coatching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    1,243,964.31

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LAMNS AND ASSOCIATES(PRETORIA)

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    971,012.07

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LEBEA & ASSOSIATES ATTORNEYS

    Abritration

    No specialised skills in the Department

    168,919.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LEONDALE SECURITY SERVICES

    To provide an access control function to DPW Head Office

    Outsourced function

    1,949,101.36

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LEROTHOLI AND ASSOCIATES-

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    33,132.56

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LESEDI ENGINEERING CC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    562,972.76

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LESELE SERVICES CC

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    23,636,447.42

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LESLIE MADINGA ASSOCIATES CC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    52,494.15

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LETCHMAIH DAYA MANDILDI

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    1,322,400.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LETCHMIAH DAYA MANDINDI EC INC.-

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    159,101.25

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LEWIS & DE KROON CC-

    Electrical engineering service

    Compile technical documents and monitor maintenance contract.

    658,030.58

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LITEWORKS TECHNICAL TRAINING

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    2,164,603.81

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LOTEWORKS TECHNICAL TRAINING

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    307,903.52

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LOUIS CLOETE INCORPORATED-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    552,552.46

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LOUW HUISKAMP & PARTNERS CC

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    32,349.83

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LOUW, HUISKAMP AND PARTNERS CC QUANTITY SURVEYORS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    45,370.86

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LUCIEN LE GRANGE, ARCHITECTS & URBAN PLANNERS(PTY)

    Architectural service

    Design and management of residences.

    750,378.09

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    LYNERS & ASSOCIATES-BELLVILLE

    Civil Engineering Services.

    Design and manage bulk infrastructure replacement to comply with health standards.

    548,237.58

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MA SOUTH

    Valuations

    Lack of skills and capacity

    7,120.44

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MAGAN PROPERTY VALUERS CC

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity

    15,000.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MAGNA CARTA PUBLIC RELATIONS

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    1,255,837.07

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MAGQWAKA ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS CC

    Architectural service

    Design of upgrade of 90 Plein Street floors ground to floor 5.

    18,977.11

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MAHESH KHOOSAL AND ASSOCIATES-

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    359,402.67

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MAHLATI NTENE LIEBETRAU PTY LTD-CAPE TOWN

    Quantity surveying service

    Cost control of project.

    106,690.06

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MAKHOBA VOLBRECHT ASSOCIATES

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    3,069,963.99

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MALANI PADAYACHEE & ASSOCIATES (PTY) LTD-HEAD OFFI

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    291,616.57

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MANONG AND ASSOCIATES (PTY) LTD-JOHNNESBURG

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    178,091.01

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MAREE ELS & PARTNERS

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    9,844,209.44

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MASHATO

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity.

    6,840.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MATLA CONSULTANTS & ASSOCITES-OUTSIDE OF S.A.

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    483,321.03

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MATREAL PROPERTY SERVICES

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity.

    452,363.67

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MAZWANA MAQETUKA PEIRSON ASSOCIATES (UMTATA)

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    81,227.42

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MDC CONSULTANTS (PTY) LTD-RANDBURG

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    68,114.37

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MEKAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD-CAPE TOWN

    Electrical engineering service

    Consultancy on upgrade of Parl. Committee rooms at Old assembly/ NCOP.

    250,623.84

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MEKAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD-KIMBERLEY

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    219,077.03

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MENTOR MANAGEMENT

    Maintanance and program changes with regard to the PMIS system.

    Rare skill on the PMIS system only company providing the solution. Resources are trained but could not cope because of the age of the solution and high staff turnover

    889,412.64

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    METROFILE

    Offsite storage of documentaion

    Due to the high cost to rent office space this is a more cost effective option

    191,868.62

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    METROPLAN KLERKSDORP CC.

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    148,811.65

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MHV ARCHITECTS, PLANNERS INC

    To assist the Department with expertise in the field of Security Systems.

    Security breach occurred at the DP's residence resulting in theft of sensitive documents and laptop. Consultants must be NIA cleared.

    1,744,934.38

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ML MASHEGO ATT

    Abritration

    No specialised skills in the Department

    74,485.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MN

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    4,285.01

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MNI ARCHITECTS

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    961,978.15

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MNJIYA CONSULTING ENGINEERS CC

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    65,025.65

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MOKETE CIVIL AND ELECTRICAL CONSULTANTS - BLOEMFONTEIN

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    395,884.13

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MOM CONSULTING ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    210,455.18

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MORUO-BATHONG INVST

    SMS competency assessment

    The assessment is done for all internal staff who are promoted and external candidates who are appointed on SMS position.

    53,061.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MOSTERT VAN DEN BERG & DE LEEUW-

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    29,302.29

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MOTEKO CONSTRUCTION COST CONSULTANTS & PROJECT MANAGERS

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    3,150.34

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MOTHATA T

    Payment was to refund the employee (a Project Manager) who paid for his professional registration from his own funds. The department was supposed to have paid on behalf of employees.

    Payment was to refund the employee (a Project Manager) who paid for his professional registration from his own funds. The department was supposed to have paid on behalf of employees.

    684.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MOTHIBATSELA AND ASSOCIATES

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    841,225.75

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MUNNIK VISSER ARCHITECTS CC-

    Architectural service

    Design security upgrade to former State Pres residence.

    2,803,225.93

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MUSTAPHA AND CACHALIA CC-DURBAN

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    758,501.51

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MUSTAPHA AND CACHALIA CC-DURBAN

    Ensuring proper safety measures, security compliance as well as electrical and mechanical advice

    For specialist renovations in line with Heritage and AMAFA regulations.

    1,398,949.06

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    MUTHUVHELE K

    Payment was to refund the employee (a Project Manager) who paid for his professional registration from his own funds. The department was supposed to have paid on behalf of employees.

    Payment was to refund the employee (a Project Manager) who paid for his professional registration from his own funds. The department was supposed to have paid on behalf of employees.

    684.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NARKER & ASSOCIATES-

    Quantity surveying service

    Project BOQ and financial control.

    95,861.96

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NARKER & ASSOCIATES-RANDBURG

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    52,069.82

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NAZEER SERIA ARCHITECTS INC.-

    Architectural service

    Design of residence.

    55,469.63

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NETPLAN CONSULTING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS(BLOEMFONTE

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    28,795.79

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NGEWU & ASOCIATES INCORPORATED-

    Quantity surveying service

    Cost control over upgrade of 90 Plein Street floors ground to floor 5.

    143,211.38

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NGONYAMA OKPANUM & ASSOCIATES-CAPE TOWN

    Architectural service

    Design and management of upgrade to residence.

    885,674.96

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NINHAM SHAND HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD-CENTURION

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    1,920,178.73

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NIPS ELECTRICAL WHOLESALES

    Electrical Testing Machine

    Use to test the flow of electricity

    12,197.14

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NKUTHALO WOUTER ENGELBRECHT(PTY) LTD

    Electrical mechanical engineering service

    Design management of electrical installation.

    80,474.69

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    NOYANAS MANAGEMNET CONSULTING

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    10,363,808.80

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    O'BRAIN MARKETING

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    96,507.84

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    OM MOODLEY ARCHITECTS-

    To provide architectural documentation and specifications

    For specialist renovations in line with Heritage and AMAFA regulations.

    598,748.06

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    P D NAIDOO AND ASSOCIATES (PTY) LTD-PRETORIA

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    879,030.04

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PALACE ENGINEERING SERVICES PTY LTD-

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    2,452,431.03

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PALI PC

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    437.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PD NAIDOO & ASSOCIATES PTD LTD

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    3,336,692.57

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PHUMELELA AFRICA

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    2,301,217.96

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PL CONSULTANTS-

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    204,250.12

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PREBEN NAIDOO & ASSOCIATES CC-

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    598,358.64

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PRICEWATERHOUSE COOPERS

    The PWC Consortium was co-soured to conduct audits in the regional offices and transfer skills through training the current staff members of the internal audit unit.

    Consultants were used to build capacity & transfer skills to existing staff members. Permanent staff members were phased in during the period of the contract, whilst the consortium contract was being phased out.

    164,134.26

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PROCONSE CIVIL CONSULTING ENGINEERS PTY LTD

    Civil Engineering Services.

    Status qou reporting, prelim design consultation on civil requirements.

    122,926.03

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PROCONSE CIVIL ENGINEERING (PTY)LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    58,844.18

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PROCUREMENT DYNAMICS

    Recearch on ECDP

    No specialised skills in the Department

    599,640.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY PARTNERS

    Asset Register Enhancement Project

    Lack of capacity in terms of verification of Immovable Assets

    219,906.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PROFTEAM CC

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    1,189,749.10

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PROMAN MANAGEMENT SERVICES-

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    672,053.94

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    PSW CONSULTING ENGINEERS -

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    109,869.11

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    QUANTISPES QUANTITY SURVEYING SERVICES-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    626,666.07

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    REMMERS & SCHUTTE ARCHITECTS-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    1,076,330.40

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    REVEL FOX AND PARTNERS CC-

    Architectural service

    Design adjustment to existing NCOP Gallery for Parliament.

    9,496.21

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    RICOSI CONSULTING-

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    56,832.93

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    RISIMATI ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    327,390.40

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    ROOS ARCHITECTS-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    114,044.68

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    RUBIQUANT-BLOEMFONTEIN

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    2,067,544.78

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    RUDOLF BEZUIDENHOUT CONSULTING ENGINEER(ELECTRICAL)-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    61,751.81

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    RYANS PERSONNEL

    To assist in recruiment of candidates on a temporary basis.

    Lack of capacity within the region to deal with administrative issues.

    279,741.92

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    S ISMAIL CONSULTING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS CC-

    Electrical engineering service

    Electrical services wiring compliance.

    126,500.74

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SA COUNCIL FOR THE ARCHITECTURAL

    This is a professional body for registration of Architectural Professionals

    This is a professional registration entity. The department does not have this kind of service themselves

    1,890.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SABS

    Only accredited Supplier

    Only accredited Supplier

    34,200.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SACPCMP

    This is a professional body for registration of Project Managers

    This is a professional registration entity. The department does not have this kind of service themselves

    479,653.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SBDS WESTERN CAPE-

    Quantity surveying service

    Project BOQ & financial control.

    66,511.64

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SCB PROPERTY VALUERS & CONSULTANTS

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity.

    54,563.60

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SCHOOMBIE HARTMANN PRELLER (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    3,078,173.69

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SCHWARTZ TROMP (PTY) LIMITED-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    613,552.99

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SEABO CONSULTING ENGINEERS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    102,700.53

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SEBOKWA ENGINEERING CC-

    To assist the Department with expertise in the field of Security Systems.

    New residence; security installation to the residence. Consultants must be NIA cleared.

    1,544,822.81

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SECELEC CONSULTING ENGINEERS

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    308,563.80

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SETSHABA EVENT & CONFERENCES

    Media Briefing

    Specialized Services

    1,983.60

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SIBANYE PRINT SOL

    Payment was made for lamination of posters for HR.

    This is a normal supplier who does lamination of posters. It seems as if an incorrect item was used to effect this payment.

    2,982.96

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SITA C

    Only accredited IT Supplier

    Only accredited IT Supplier

    1,454,287.34

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SLABBER FICK ASSOCIATES-

    Quantity surveying service

    Cost control of project.

    423,531.64

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SMIT & FISHER ARCHITECTS

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    1,079,154.65

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SMITH GH

    Payment made for medical examination of an official who was going to Marion Island. It is a requirement that officials must undergo medical examination when going to either of the islands.

    The official paid the doctor out of his own pocket and claimed from the department. Again it seems as if the payment was effected from an incorrect item.

    417.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SNA CIVIL AND DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERS_INC

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    621,254.99

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SOFTWARE AG SA

    Provision of entire connection software that enhance the running of WCS

    Specialized software

    94,165.58

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SOFTWARE FUTURES

    Rational suite to map business processes for the Department.

    Specialized software

    258,913.16

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SPP PROJECT SOLUTIONS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    735,638.46

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SSC ARCHITECTS CC (PREVIOUSLY BRANDT SNYMAN SPRUYT-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    9,707,011.35

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    SSI ENGINEERS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    661,547.83

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    STABILIS DEVELOPMENT (PTY) LTD-UPINGTON

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    68,895.67

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    STEWART SCOTT (PTY) LTD-PRETORIA

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    2,453,858.29

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    T&T TRAINING & CONSULTING SERV.

    Training of officials for BAS / LOGIS reconcilliation.

    Lack of skills & capacity

    350,645.47

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TALJAARD MEYER & STORM INC-

    To assist the Department with expertise in the field of Cost reporting and Management in the field Security Systems.

    New residence; security installation to the residence. Consultants must be NIA cleared.

    677,716.21

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TASHOMA PROPERTY VALUERS & CONS

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity.

    100,000.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TAYLOR & ASSOCIATES TRUST

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    6,903.37

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TECTURA ARCHITECTS-

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    18,664.65

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TEMBAKURYA RECRUITMENT

    To assist in recruiment of candidates on a temporary basis.

    Lack of capacity within the region to deal with administrative issues.

    137,158.97

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TEXTILE UPHOLSTRERS T/A KOTZEE

    To improve the image of the department. The services of an interior decorator was sources through the SCM processes, using existing database information as the service could not be provided internally.

    No official has the specific skills to provide the service of interior decoration and no official was trained in this environment. Current professional team was also not capable to provide this service.

    26,169.15

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    THE ROODT PARTNERSHIP-

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    1,218,158.71

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    THM ENGINEERS FREE STATE CC-

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    332,148.67

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TILHOBYE VALUATIONS

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity.

    15,790.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TJEKA DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    2,675,196.96

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TOM ESTERHUIZEN & ASSOCIATES-

    Mechanical engineering service

    Consultancy on CMP project for parliament.

    190,547.01

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TRIOCON CONSULTING ENGINEERS (PTY) LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    907,782.32

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TRIPPLE CCC TECHNOLOGY CC -

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    66,140.52

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TTH BUSINESS CONSULTING PRT LTD

    To implement COBO/ITIL/SAM best practices into the department.

    Short term project to ensure IT Governance and enhance internal capacity, maintenance will be done internally after implementation.

    4,672,106.66

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    TURNER & TOWNSEND AFRICA(JOHANNESBURG)

    Quantity surveying service

    Consultancy on Facility Management project for parliament.

    123,950.11

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    U KU BHELA PROPERTY

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity.

    15,000.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    UKHUKHULA CONSULTING

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    8,532,244.44

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    UKU BHEKA PROPERY CC

    Valuations

    Rare skill, no internal capacity.

    30,000.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    UTHUNGULU HUMAN RESOURCE DEVEL

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    3,968,840.06

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    V & L LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

    To deliver a service to the client

    The consultant posesses the required skills to perform the required tasks as the Department does not have the capacity to perform these tasks.

    49,791.78

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    V & V HOLDINGS-DURBANVILLE

    Civil Engineering Services.

    Status qou reporting, prelim design consultation on architectural requirements.

    272,707.58

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    V3 CONSULTING ENGINEERS-GEORGE

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    4,838.16

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    VAN VUUREN DU PLESSIS

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical areas of the learners projects, project management, financial management, commercial and contractual management, as well as with regard to operational management areas.

    Due to the high skills levels that are needed, along with the fact that the appointments are for a period of only two to two-and-a-half years and not indefinite, the unit has used the services of mentor management companies, as opposed to individuals who

    703,953.21

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    VAN WYK & BEUKEN-HARRISMITH

    To deliver a service to the client

    Due to the number of capital and/or planned maintenance projects, dept does not have sufficient in-house professionals to undertake the services

    308,995.05

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    VAUGHAN CHARLES ASSOCIATES-

    To provide general estimates, Bill of quantities and ensuring value for money

    For specialist renovations in line with Heritage and AMAFA regulations.

    1,006,694.24

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    VCL CONSULTING AND ASSOCIATES CC

    To deliver a service to the client

    PIETERSBURG: REGIONAL OFFICE: APPOINTMENT OF CONSULTANT TO PROVIDE PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUPP ORT

    1,320,430.26

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    VELA VKE CONSULTING ENGINEERS (PTY)LTD

    To deliver a service to the client

    CAPE TOWN: GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS: REPAIR AND COMPREHENSIVE MAINTENANCE OF LIFTS: CONTRACT C1BT

    3,958,755.48

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    VERVEEN ATTONY'S

    Abritration

    No specialised skills in the Department

    62,150.00

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    VGICONSULT

    To deliver a service to the client

    PRETORIA: WATERKLOOF AIR FORCE BASE: UPGRADING OF ENGINEERING SERVICES AND SINKHOLE REPAIRS

    333,251.72

    N/A

    N/A

    N/A

    VI JOINT VENTURE

    To provide highly specialized coaching, training, counseling and advice in technical