Vuyisile Promise Malomane

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Vuyisile Promise Malomane

About Vuyisile Promise Malomane

Committee Meetings Attended

  • Sport, Arts and Culture PanSALB & Freedom Park management / employee challenges
    25 Feb 2020

    PanSALB appeared before the Committee and was allowed to present although the Acting CEO said that he had not been made aware of the presentation document that had been sent to the Committee already and that he would replace it with his own briefing. The board chairperson had been appointed ...

  • Public Service and Administration DPME, Brand SA & Stats SA 2019/20 Quarter 2 & 3 performance; with Deputy Minister
    19 Feb 2020

    Statistics South Africa, Brand South Africa and the Department of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, briefed the Committee on their quarter 2 and 3 performance for the financial year 2019/20. Their presentations focused on the targets that were achieved and not achieved; organisational performance; budgets versus expenditure; employment equity statistics; financial ...

  • Public Service and Administration Orientation workshop on mandate and functions of Public Service Commission
    5 Feb 2020

    An orientation workshop was organised for the Committee by the Public Service Commission (PSC) on its mandate and functions, and the envisaged legislative reforms that would strengthen its performance.

    The Committee was asked to consider the financial position of the PSC when it determined the frequency of its appearances before ...

  • Sport, Arts and Culture Sports and Recreation prioritised legislation
    20 Nov 2019

    The Sports and Recreation division of the Department presented its two Draft Bills: National Sport and Recreation Amendment Bill 2021 and South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport Amendment Bill 2021. Although the former Bill had been tabled in the Fifth Parliament, it would not be revived in its previous form. ...

  • Sport, Arts and Culture Investigations & Outcomes: SAHRA, National Arts Council & National Library of South Africa briefing
    19 Nov 2019

    Three entities of the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture – the National Arts Council, the National Library of South Africa, and the South African Heritage Resources Agency -- appeared before the Committee to report on progress on investigations into irregularities within their operations.

    The National Arts Council’s (NAC’s) investigations ...

  • Public Service and Administration Public Service Commissioner recommendation
    19 Nov 2019

    The Sub-Committee deliberated and motivated for the top choice for the position of Public Service Commissioner from the four shortlisted candidates, Ms Zanele Hlatshwayo, Ms Zukiswa Mqolomba, Ms Rashika Bosch and Mr Kevin Malunga. Due to disagreement amongst Sub-Committee members, the recommendation for the position of Public Service Commissioner was ...

  • Public Service and Administration Brand SA; 30 day payment of invoices; Performance Management Development System
    13 Nov 2019

    The Committee was briefed by various government entities on their implementation and compliance with the performance management development system, adherence to the 30-day requirement for the payment of suppliers, and the introduction of a programme to stimulate interest in South Africa and its products both locally and abroad.

    The Department ...

  • Sport, Arts and Culture loveLife; Netball SA World Cup journey & 2023 World Cup in SA
    12 Nov 2019

    The Committee was briefed by LoveLife on their projects as well their role in promoting sport and recreation, and healthy lifestyle and its 2018 financial report. The loveLife programme focuses on four impact areas:
    • The development of holistic athletes
    • Provision of safe spaces for young people to engage ...

  • Sport, Arts and Culture Repeat Fees of Actors; Revised White Paper; Whistleblowing & Committee Oversight
    5 Nov 2019

    In response to the briefing by the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) on repeat fees payable to actors, Members pointed out that the presentation had confused the concepts of royalties payable to artists and repeat fees payable to actors. What needed to be achieved was legislation that addressed the ...

  • Sport, Arts and Culture Mzansi Golden Economy missing R100 million; Moral Regeneration Movement
    29 Oct 2019

    The Committee were briefed by the Moral Regeneration Movement (MRM), for the first time since 2015, and the Department of Arts and Culture on the alleged missing R100 million in MGE funds. A presentation by the Department on the repeat fees for actors was postponed due to time constraints.

    The ...