Ms Patronella Zingisa Lekker

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Patronella Zingisa Lekker

Committee Meetings Attended

  • Premier & Constitutional Matters (WCPP) Department of the Premier 2019/20 Annual Performance Plan; Premier Winde present
    31 Jul 2019

    The Standing Committee met for a briefing on the 2019/20 Annual Performance Plan (APP) of the Department of the Office of the Premier.

    The Premier informed the Committee that despite the key focus areas alluded to in his State of the Province Address (SOPA), the APP would remain substantially ...

  • Community Safety, Cultural Affairs and Sport (WCPP) Western Cape Appropriation Bill: Community Safety budget
    14 Mar 2019

    The Committee met to consider and adopt the report on Vote Four (Community Safety) of the Western Cape Appropriation Bill.  The Committee supported the Vote. However, the African National Congress expressed its minority party view to not support the vote.

  • Community Development (WCPP) Western Cape Appropriation Bill: Community Development budget
    8 Mar 2019

    The Western Cape Committee on Community Development met with the Western Cape Department of Social Development to deliberate on its Appropriation Bill.

    The Bill was discussed in light of many issues arising from austerity measures imposed by Treasury.

    The Department was coming up with innovative programmes to work around these ...

  • Community Safety, Cultural Affairs and Sport (WCPP) Western Cape Appropriation Bill: Community Safety budget, with MEC
    7 Mar 2019

    The Standing Committee met to consider and approve the Appropriation Bill and Community Safety Budget.

    The Department set out what it hopes to achieve during this financial year, which includes a range of interlinked programmes and projects aimed at making the province and city safer. The Committee heard submissions from ...

  • Community Safety, Cultural Affairs and Sport (WCPP) SAPS Western Cape 2017/18 Annual Report
    27 Nov 2018

    The South Africa Police Services (SAPS) appeared before the Portfolio Committee to present its annual report for 2017/18.

    One of the major cost drivers for SAPS was the cost of fuel. About R245 million was spent on fuel. The Committee was concerned with this level of expenditure, and said ...

  • Community Development (WCPP) Western Cape Adjustments Appropriation Bill: consideration & Committee Report
    23 Nov 2018

    The Department of Social Development (DSD) appeared before the Committee to discuss the Department’s adjusted estimates for provincial expenditure.

    According to the CFO, the Department had received R5 128 000 as an adjustment increase. Of that, R1.5 million was revenue retention from the previous year that the Department ...

  • Community Safety, Cultural Affairs and Sport (WCPP) SAPS Western Cape 2017/18 Annual Report
    23 Nov 2018

    The Committee engaged the Department of Community Safety on the 2017/18 annual report of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in the Western Cape.

    A Member commented that the main appropriation had been R316 million, whereas the total adjusted appropriation was R343 million, and wanted to find out what ...

  • Community Safety, Cultural Affairs and Sport (WCPP) Western Cape Police Ombudsman 2017/18 Annual Report; Cape Town Metro Police Department 2018/19 Annual Plan
    14 Nov 2018

    The Committee met to consider the annual report of the Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO) and the annual plan for 2018/19 of the Cape Town Metropolitan Police Department.

    Pertinent issues raised in the WPCO’s annual report included the backlog in the Forensic Pathology Services, which prompted a Member ...

  • Community Safety, Cultural Affairs and Sport (WCPP) Department of Safety & Western Cape Liquor Authority 2017/18 Annual Report
    25 Oct 2018

    Report of the meeting to follow.

  • Community Safety, Cultural Affairs and Sport (WCPP) Western Cape Crime Statistics 2017/18 & Railway Policing: SAPS briefing
    26 Sep 2018

    CCTV cameras at Cape Town’s train stations have not been working since 2015. This emerged during discussion when the South African Police Service (SAPS) Western Cape and the Rapid Rail Police Unit (RRPU) of SAPS briefed the Standing Committee on Community Safety on matters related to railway policing and ...