Hon Deputy Minister, promotion should serve as a process that rewards good work and performance. What measures will the Ministry put in place to ensure that the promotion process in the SAPS is an open and transparent process that serves as motivation and reward for good work?
MOTLATSA LETONA WA SEPOLESA: Mme Mocumi, jwalokaha ke se ke boletse hore phahamiso mosebetsing e tla dula e le teng e le phahamiso. Ebile, batho ba tshwanetseng hore ba phahamiswe mosebetsing ke batho ba tshwanelehang, ba loketsweng ke phahamiso eno. Ha ho na le motho ya tla fumantshwa hore o phahamisitswe ka hoba mohlomong a tswallana le Sotyu, ... (Translation of Sesotho paragraph follows.)
[The DEPUTY MINISTER OF POLICE: Hon Mocumi, as I have already mentioned, promotion at the workplace will always be there. Furthermore, people who are supposed to be promoted are the ones who qualify and deserve it. Should it be discovered that someone has been promoted just because he/she is related to Sotyu ...]
... we will deal with that corrupt individual. People need to be promoted ...
... ka tsela eo ba tshwanetseng ho phahamiswa ka yona. Ha e le hore batho ba sebedisa dipehelo tsena tsa rona ka tsela e fosahetseng re tla ba lokisa hobane ke bobodu bo fetelletseng ha phahamiso e etsahala ka tsela e jwalo. Ke a leboha. (Translation of Sesotho paragraph follows.)
[... in accordance with appropriate processes. If people abuse these conditions we will deal with them accordingly, because that would be corruption of the highest level if promotions were conducted in that way. Thank you.] Statutory provisions permitting public wearing of military uniforms and paraphernalia
229. Mr M G P Lekota (COPE) asked the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans:
In terms of which statutory provisions are military veterans permitted to publicly (a) wear and (b) parade in distinctly military (i) uniform and (ii) paraphernalia? NO2599E