Ms Elsabe Natasha Ntlangwini

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Elsabe Natasha Ntlangwini

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Committee Meetings Attended

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations 2016 Medium Term Budget Policy Statement: Human Sciences Research Council briefing
    9 Nov 2016

    The Committee was addressed by the Human Science Research Council on its observations regarding the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement.
    Debt levels had roughly doubled over the last eight years. The biggest item in spending by government had been the repayment of debt. The reason for that had being the halving ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Committee report on expenditure patterns: discussion; Committee Programme
    25 Oct 2016

    The consideration and adoption of the Committee report on expenditure patterns was postponed. There had to be further recommendations from Members, and engagement with the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO).

    Discussion of the Committee programme centered on the proposed study tour. Agreement was reached that the tour had to be undertaken ...

  • Finance Standing Committee Pre-Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) briefing by Parliamentary Budget Office
    19 Oct 2016

    The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) presented its pre-Medium Term Policy Statement (MTBPS) analysis to the four committees. The presentation was to provide members with the macroeconomic environment informing the 2016 MTBPS and current progress made with the implementation of the 2016/17 budget. The presentation also gave members preliminary results for ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations PRASA on its performance: hearing
    19 Oct 2016

    The Committee received a full briefing from the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) on its financial and non-financial performance. It was noted frankly that PRASA continued to experience challenges in the efficiency of providing affordable public transport as PRASA had an ageing rolling stock and infrastructure. It firstly ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations South African Post Office 1 Quarter 2016 performance: hearing
    12 Oct 2016

    The South African Post Office (SAPO) Chief Executive Officer reported that:
    -  The analysis of revenue in this period showed stability despite prolonged delay in release of funds. This delay caused 79% overall revenue performance
    -  Positive cash flows were not generated from operations and under-performance was observed in the ...

  • Electricity and Energy Nuclear New Build: briefing by Minister and Department of Energy
    11 Oct 2016

    The meeting intended to have three presentations. Due to time constraints, only the first presentation by the Department of Energy (DOE) was heard. 

    The DOE briefing looked at the historic background and gave an update on plans for the nuclear new build programme. It explain the following recommendations that the ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services on its Jan-Jun 2016 performance: hearing
    16 Sep 2016

    The Standing Committee on Appropriations was briefed by the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS) on its fourth quarter expenditure patterns for the 2015/16 financial year and the first quarter of 2016/17.

    The spending for the 2015/16 financial year had amounted to R1.3 billion, which was 92.5% of the ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations National Treasury Jan-Jun 2016 performance: hearing
    15 Sep 2016

    Documents Missing: The Jobs Fund: Jobs Fund Portfolio Performance 

    The Committee met with National Treasury to be briefed on its 2015/16 fourth quarter performance, 2016/17 first quarter performance and the Jobs Fund.

    Some of the main contributors to over/under spending in the fourth quarter included:

    -payment of capital assets for the ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Department of Health Jan-Jun 2016 performance: hearing with the Deputy Minister
    14 Sep 2016

    The Department of Health reported on Q4 2015/16 spending percentages for its programmes: Comprehensive HIV/AIDS grant spending 99.1%, National Health Insurance (NHI) 90.2%, Health Prof Training and Dev Grant (HPTDG) 100%, National Tertiary Services Grant (NTSG) 99.6% and HIV/AIDS 99.9%, Conditional grants (CG) 99.1%, Indirect grants 95.3%, Goods and services ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Department of Basic Education on its Jan-June 2016 performance, with Deputy Minister in attendance
    13 Sep 2016

    The Department of Basic Education (DBE) reported that past issues on which progress had been made included the delivery of school workbooks, as in recent years delivery had been almost 100%. 55 million schoolbooks had been distributed to 24 000 schools. The number of people who had benefited from mass literacy ...