1. National Treasury collects outstanding creditor’s information via the Local Government Database and Reporting System (LGDRS) hosted by National Treasury on monthly basis. However, although the list of outstanding creditors includes pension fund contributions, it does not provide a breakdown for outstanding medical aid contributions but this category is lumped under other payables. The National Treasury is putting measures to facilitate the collection of ...
National Treasury has been part of the process to develop the policy paper on Comprehensive Social Security and Retirement Reform from its inception in 2007 and throughout the NEDLAC process, where it was tabled for discussion in 2016. The issues are complex, including the fiscal implications, and National Treasury continues to engage with the Department of Social Development. Such process is not merely one ...More »
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We do not have contracts with G4S.
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) has no security contract with the security firm G4S. The DBSA ...
1. Government has provided the reasons for South Africa being greylisted through public statements by National Treasury at the time (e.g. statement issued by National Treasury dated 24 February 2023, and related frequency asked questions), and responses to the many parliamentary questions, for eg Nos PQ943, PQ3967, PQ2641, PQ2642, and also a question for oral response for the Deputy President (CO254E).
(aa) Procurement by National Treasury is largely for equipment, consultants or advisory services and it is not possible to accurately allocate amounts in the categories requested, as such classifications are not recorded on the BAS system. Our best estimate is that R98 460 381.90 has been allocated to SMME in the 2021/22 Financial Year.
(bb) For 2023/24, the information will be made available in 2024 after ...
The National Treasury does not take steps to encourage any specific person to live and work in South Africa and focuses instead on creating a climate for encouraging both domestic and foreign investors to invest in South Africa. This approach does entail supporting the removal of obstacles to investment, like the red tape that prevents skilled personnel from foreign countries from working in South ...More »
It is not possible to answer this question accurately as the payment system does not contain such classifications for size of business. What we can provide is our own estimate, which is that the total percentage of spending by the National Treasury on small-medium and micro enterprises is estimated to be 20% versus big businesses at 80% for all transactions in the 2021-22 financial ...More »
The office of the Chief Procurement Officer within the National Treasury has provided the following information:
Government has taken a number of steps since the era of state capture to strengthen the anti-corruption system, but even with such improvements, no system can be watertight against corruption. It is a fact that corruption has become deeply entrenched in all three spheres of government, at national, provincial and local government level and in public entities. We need to do more as a ...