Follow up meeting with SIU on investigation into COVID-19 PPE procurement by state institutions
2 Jun 2021
Ms B Zibula (ANC) welcomed the detailed report from the SIU. She thanked the SIU for doing such a good job. She said that the progress to date had been slow when it came to actions against the officials. There were cases that took place last year but disciplinary hearings ...
National Skills Fund, SITA, Compensation Fund & UIF: hearing on 2019/20 Annual Report
12 May 2021
Ms B Zibula (ANC) said that since there had been eight years with little progress, could this matter not be reported to the Special Investigating Unit (SIU)? Could the Chairperson not write a letter in this regard?
SAA Business Rescue Update & SIU investigations: engagement with DPE
16 Mar 2021
Ms B Zibula (ANC) stated that the issue of SAA was very important. At this point in time, the Committee needed to be sensitive of the issue that caused them not to be present. Given the recess, the Committee needed to decide when they would meet with them. It was ...
Follow-up: current state of affairs at PRASA: meeting with Department of Transport & PRASA Board
24 Nov 2020
He was in contact with Ms B Zibula (ANC) on the passing of her daughter, and he asked that the Committee members keep her in their prayers. Communication on funeral arrangements would be provided. To PRASA, he thanked them for the meeting and noted that next time the Committee may ...
Quarterly briefing by SAPS on SCM corruption cases pertaining to SAPS officials
3 Nov 2020
Ms B Zibula (ANC) asked for clarity on what it meant by some people being charged criminally and others being charged departmentally.
SIU Update on ESKOM investigations
14 Oct 2020
Ms B Zibula (ANC) asked how much money was recovered. SCOPA is not only concerned with termination of employment, but money must also be recovered. It will be necessary to continue engaging with the NPA to ensure prosecution also takes place expeditiously. Of the seven who resigned, she asked what ...
ESKOM Update on SCOPA recommendations following oversight visit
18 Feb 2020
Ms B Zibula (ANC) said that Eskom should not blame Members for fighting. The nation was in tatters. People were paying for their electricity so why was the situation happening? The nation was pushing the Committee. People were paying for their electricity and so it was hard to explain to ...
Department of Correctional Services 2018/2019 financial statements, deviations, expansions, irregular, fruitless & wasteful expenditure: Follow-up hearing
27 Nov 2019
The Chairperson welcomed officials from the Department of Correctional Services (DCS), the Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA), National Treasury (NT) and the Independent Development Trust (IDT). He also welcomed officials from the AGSA-equivalent in Kenya and Uganda, who were on a study tour. He acknowledged receipt of correspondence from NT ...
DCS 2018-2019 financial statements, deviations, expansions, irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure: SCOPA review
19 Nov 2019
Ms B Zibula (ANC) said that Mr Fraser was owning and disowning the report. There were big problems among the officials present. The Committee had to believe what the Commissioner said, and took an oath to tell the truth. There were huge challenges. Money had disappeared. How could the Commissioner ...
Non-Tabling of 2018/19 Annual Reports: South African Express, Alexkor & NSFAS
30 Oct 2019
Ms B Zibula (ANC), referring to slide two, asked Mr Qonde what the Minister notified the National Assembly about.