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https://twitter.com/TimesLIVE/status/1486785214676414476?t=YvqR4Zdh5n3oNMSUSHPvSg&s=08 It's close to 30 days since a hellfire destroyed parliament and the public works office is yet to delegate architects to evaluate the harm and test how the public council burned to the ground. Acting public works and foundation chief general Imtiaz Fazel said on Wednesday that the interaction to choose them was being closed.

  5 months ago ago
Bed News For All South Africans

POLITICS

ANC spy ombud rejected because of this

ANC's first choice of Frank Chikane becoming a spy ombud was rejected. Parliament has not recommended a candidate for the spooks’ ombudsman since interviews concluded in early February. The Sunday Times can reveal that MPs who serve on the joint standing committee on intelligence (JSCI) cannot agree on who should replace Setlhomamaru Dintwe as IGI.

  1 month ago ago
ANC spy ombud rejected because of this

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Patricia de Lille says department’s failure to migrate to IT systems leads to corruption

Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille says the principle snag to her oversight job was the division's protection from utilizing data innovation frameworks, liking rather to work physically. This, she said, empowered debasement to happen inside the division. De Lille, acting chief general Imtiaz Fazel and Chief Financial Officer, Lesetja Toona, showed up before Parliament's standing council on open records (Scopa) to clarify the sporadic, unbeneficial and inefficient use inside the Property Management Trading Entity (PMTE).

  4 months ago ago
Patricia de Lille says department’s failure to migrate to IT systems leads to corruption

SOCIETY

For all South Africans, there is some good news in the bedroom.

Source https://twitter.com/TimesLIVE/status/1486785214676414476?t=YvqR4Zdh5n3oNMSUSHPvSg&s=08 It's been about 30 days after a hellfire devastated parliament, and the public works office has yet to appoint architects to assess the damage and test how the public council was consumed by fire. Imtiaz Fazel, the acting secretary of state for public works and foundations, said on Wednesday that the selection process had ended.

  5 months ago ago
For all South Africans, there is some good news in the bedroom.

POLITICS

The value of the recently burnt South African parliament is unknown simply because its not insured

https://briefly.co.za/politics/118214-parliament-not-insured-fire-repairs-will-be-paid-by-taxpayers-as-public-works-dept-takes-no-responsibility/ In a shocking development it has came to light that the R221 million damage caused by the fire in parliament could come from taxpayers money. According to the Public Works Department, properties leased to other departments or client departments are not insured. The parliament building in Cape Town is also among these uninsured properties.

  5 months ago ago
The value of the recently burnt South African parliament is unknown simply because its not insured

ECONOMY-FINANCE

News: All South Africans Should view this

Source https://twitter.com/TimesLIVE/status/1486785214676414476?t=YvqR4Zdh5n3oNMSUSHPvSg&s=08 It's been about 30 days since a hellfire devastated parliament, and the public works office has yet to appoint architects to assess the damage and test how the public council was destroyed. Imtiaz Fazel, the acting secretary of state for public works and foundations, declared on Wednesday that the selection process had come to an end.

  5 months ago ago
News: All South Africans Should view this

ECONOMY-FINANCE

News: All South Africans Should view this

Source https://twitter.com/TimesLIVE/status/1486785214676414476?t=YvqR4Zdh5n3oNMSUSHPvSg&s=08 It's been about 30 days since a fire leveled parliament, and the public works office has yet to appoint architects to assess the damage and test how the public council was destroyed. On Wednesday, acting public works and foundation chief general Imtiaz Fazel said that the selection process had come to an end.

  5 months ago ago
News: All South Africans Should view this

POLITICS

Revealed| Find out who will take care of a R1-billion bill for parliament repairs

Taxpayers will have to foot the bill for the repairs of the parliament after fire broke out at the precinct last weekend. This is because the houses of the parliament are not parliament are not insured, meaning a repair and reconstruction bill that could reach R1-billion will be paid for by the taxpayers money.

  5 months ago ago
Revealed| Find out who will take care of a R1-billion bill for parliament repairs

POLITICS

The cost of rebuilding the uninsured parliament has sparked a controversy among South Africans.

The houses of parliament, which caught fire a few days ago, are not insured, which means taxpayers would be on the hook for an R1 billion repair and reconstruction expense. As Cape Town firefighters finished their three-day battle to save the complex of buildings in the city center, interim director-general Imtiaz Fazel conveyed the news to parliamentary leadership and political party leaders.

  5 months ago ago
The cost of rebuilding the uninsured parliament has sparked a controversy among South Africans.

POLITICS

Destroyed Parliament building was not insured

The National Assembly working in Parliament area annihilated by fire wasn't protected, passing on the enormous expenses to revamp to the citizen. The fire broke out on January 2 and saw something like 300 firemen battle the furious burst for two days. The fire impacted both the Old Assembly Wing and the National Assembly Wing of the structures of Parliament, which house the offices of the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces (NCOP).

  5 months ago ago
Destroyed Parliament building was not insured

POLITICS

Beitbridge fence fiasco: Government Splashed Out R17m More Than What It Was Meant To Pay

An examination concerning the Beitbridge outskirt fence venture has discovered that the administration paid R17 million more than the market-related expense for a questionable fencing venture that has been buried in debate.  This was uncovered during a virtual gathering of Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Public Works and Infrastructure on Tuesday.  The examination drove by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure's enemy of debasement unit, just as the Special Investigating Unit, revealed a cesspool

  1 year ago ago
Beitbridge fence fiasco: Government Splashed Out R17m More Than What It Was Meant To Pay