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Organisation : Parliament of the Republic of South Africa
Exam : Internal Question Papers
Document Type : Sample Question Paper
Website : http://www.parliament.gov.za/live/content.php?Category_ID=236
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Parliament Internal Question Papers
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2. ? Indicates a question for oral reply.
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3. ¦ Indicates a written question endorsed as unanswered in accordance with Rules 136(1) and 146(3).
Questions For Written Reply :
1. Mr B H Holomisa (UDM) to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans:
(1) With reference to the 2015-16 Annual Report of her department which indicates that about 14 666 military veterans had access to health care in the past year, which represents a commendable increase from the 2014-15 financial year, as well as an increase of R28 569 000 to about R38 million in expenditure initially allocated to the subprogramme of health and wellness,
(a) of the 14 666 military veterans, how many accessed services and (b) where did they access the services given the reported access problems linked to the court process related to the provision of health services beyond military hospitals;
(2) what amount out of the amount that was spent in the 2015-16 financial year on the specifie subprogramme (a) was for expenditure on health and wellness for the current financial year and (b) what amount was for previous years;
2. Mr B H Holomisa (UDM) to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans:
(1) Whether, in light of the amount paid for services consumed in the 2015-16 financial year, as well as the suspended contract and the acknowledged inability of the SA Military Hospitals to meet primary health care needs (details furnished), the goal or objective of providing health and wellness services to military veterans was achieved in the specified year under review by merely stating the number of military veterans allowed to access services that they did not access;
(2) why does her department link the increased expenditure in this subprogramme to the increased number of persons insured or assured to access services when neither was possible nor the reported expenditure is linked to the needs of the 14 666 military veterans?
3. Mr B H Holomisa (UDM) to ask the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans:
(1) With regard to the Military Veterans Health Practitioner’s Association (MVPHA), which was contracted by her department to deliver health and wellness services under a contract that was declared as irregular in the Auditor-General’s report for the 2013-14 financial year, (a) who is the MVPHA and (b) why was the specified company’s contract allowed to continue until the end of the 2014-15 financial year, despite the finding of illegality against it;
(2) what is her department’s position with regard to the perception of double standards on how it deals with perceived or actual irregular service provider contracts, given the dispute on the current service provider contract that is currently in court;
4. Dr C P Mulder (FF Plus) to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises:†
(1) Whether a certain company (name furnished) was appointed or used as a provider-development partner for another company (name furnished); if not, (a) what is the (i) nature and (ii) extent of the appointment,
(b) who was the chairperson of the acquisition committee or body of Transnet during the contracting of the company and
(c) whether the chairperson has any links with the directors and/or shareholders of the company;
(2) (a) whether the chairperson of the acquisition committee and/or body of Transnet during the contracting of the companies declared any links with the directors an/or shareholders of the companies and
(b) what steps were taken to prevent biased decisions;