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GDE: INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE

DECONTAMINATION, DISINFECTION, DEEP CLEANING AND SANITIZATION OF SCHOOLS IN


GAUTENG PROVINCE
2020

PREPARED BY: Victor Manngo


GDE: Infrastructure Management Directorate
17 Simmonds Street
JOHANEESBURG
Tel: +27 11 355 0189
2020
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................1

2. PURPOSE OF THE REPORT...................................................................................................2

3. SCOPE OF WORK.................................................................................................................2

4. STAKEHOLDERS PARTICIPATION.........................................................................................2

5. RESPONSE TO CASES...........................................................................................................3

6. PRICING...............................................................................................................................5

7. DISINFECTION OF EDUCATION FACILITIES..........................................................................5

7.1. School facilities in the Education Sector.....................................................................5

7.2. GDE Non-School facilities (Administration Buildings).................................................6

7.3. Decontamination, Disinfection and Cleaning..............................................................7

7.4. Total Cases...................................................................................................................8

7.5. Fatalities......................................................................................................................9

8. Work allocation.................................................................................................................10

8.1. Scope of work............................................................................................................10

8.2. Activities in the scope................................................................................................10

8.3. The amounts paid......................................................................................................12

9. GENERAL REPORT FROM SCHOOL MANAGEMENT..........................................................17

ANNEXURE................................................................................................................................18

Annexure A: Company Name, Service rendered, and the amounts paid............................18

Annexure B: Sample of Acknowledgement Letter from the Service Provider.....................26

Annexure C: Sample of Certificate of Completion...............................................................27

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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: Handling reported cases.............................................................................................4

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LIST OF TABLES
Table 1: Pricing...........................................................................................................................5
Table 2: School facilities in the Education Sector......................................................................6
Table 3: Total Cases...................................................................................................................8
Table 4: Fatalities.......................................................................................................................9
Table 5: Activities in the scope................................................................................................12
Table 6: Average Education areas...........................................................................................14
Table 7: Average Size for administration areas.......................................................................15
Table 8: Average Education Support areas..............................................................................16

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1. INTRODUCTION

The 2020 academic year has faced many challenges, amongst those being the Global COVID-
19 pandemic that resulted in a National State of Disaster being declared by President Cyril
Ramaphosa in the country in March 2020. This necessitated a temporary closure of all non-
essential services sectors, including Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) to prevent the
spread of the virus.

Schools started reopening on 8 June 2020, with pupils of Grade 7 and Grade 12 returning to
classrooms as the government started gradually easing lockdown restrictions, with final
cohort returning to school on 31st August 2020.

The reopening of schools was vital for pupil’s education and wellbeing, therefore as GDE, we
needed to ensure pupils return to school sooner rather than later while taking all necessary
steps/precautions to contain the spread of COVID-19.

The critical dimensions for school reopening and recovery amongst others were;

1. Making school environments safe by decontaminating, deep cleaning and sanitizing the
affected area(s) combat airborne contaminants; encouraging pupils to wear masks;
encouraging teachers and learners to self-isolate if they are ill; minimise contact
between individuals and maintain social distancing and robust hand and respiratory
hygiene.
2. Engaging communities/parents in reopening plans
3. Getting children back to school
4. Reintegration of pupils into school setting and
5. Recovering learning loss

Going back to schools elicited a jumble of emotions for teachers, learners and parents.
Parents were apprehensive of sending their children to school. Most teachers were worried
about a rush to reopen schools, they were worried about whether schools will be able to
reopen safely amid COVID-19 pandemic. The Teachers unions said they will only allow
teachers back into classrooms once schools have been decontaminated deep cleaned and
sanitised. GDE then made a commitment that schools will be decontaminated, deep cleaned
and sanitised prior to the reopening.

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Schools were completely shut down after coronavirus cases were reported for
decontamination, deep cleaning and sanitization to take place. The opening and shutting
down of schools were massively disruptive, therefore GDE needed to make sure they act
swiftly in sourcing service providers to decontaminate, deep clean and sanitise the affected
school(s).

2. PURPOSE OF THE REPORT

 To provide information on the scope of work


 To provide information on why decontamination, deep cleaning and sanitisation of
schools/facilities was necessary
 To provide information on key stakeholders
 To provide information on response to cases and selection of service providers
 To provide information about pricing
 To provide information about how many cases were reported, how many schools,
district offices and teacher’ centres were affected and subsequently decontaminated,
deep cleaned and sanitised.

3. SCOPE OF WORK

Provision of decontamination, deep cleaning and sanitisation services to affected,


 Gauteng Schools
 District Offices
 Teachers centres

4. STAKEHOLDERS PARTICIPATION

 Department of Health
 Department of Education
 District Office
 Principals,
 Leaners, educators, support staff, parents
 Service providers

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5. RESPONSE TO CASES

Schools needed to take swift action when they become aware that someone has tested
positive for coronavirus. As soon as GDE is aware of the case they would then source a
supplier to perform the decontamination, deep cleaning and sanitisation services. GDE
would be guided by the supplier in terms of how may schools they can fog and clean based
on suppliers’ capacity and expertise.

Because suppliers had been providing GDE with decontaminations, deep cleaning and
sanitisation services from June 2020 without being payed, some suppliers ended up
declining the call to continue with the rendering of decontamination, deep cleaning and
sanitisation services of schools due to the decrease in capacity and availability of funds. This
led to the minimisation of the pool of service providers available and that has the ability to
render the services.

In some instances, schools that have had more than one confirmed case would specifically
request the district director to send a specific supplier whom they were happy with. In other
instances, GDE would allocate schools in the same area/vicinity to one supplier depending
on the supplier’s capacity, which made absolute sense logistically.

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A learner, educator, support staff, pupil or parent learns that a probable or confirmed case of COVID-19
is a school associated case

Informs the Principal immediately

Isolate the infected person

Principal reports confirmed cases to the District director immediatley

The District director confirms action to be taken and or reports the case to GDE

GDE sources a service provider(s) on the Central System Database to perform the decontamination and
deep cleaning services

In some cases, closure of the facilty will be necessary

Upon completion, the Principal or Deputy Principal confirms that the job was indeed executed by
stamping the Job card, confirmation letter or certificate

The service provider attaches the stamped job card(s) to the invoice as proof that the job was done

Submitts the Invoice with stmaped confimation/job card/certificates to GDE

GDE verifies the information presented by the service provider with the District office and the schools)

Upon Verification - GDE then pays the service provider

Figure 1: Handling reported cases

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6. PRICING

SCHOOLS/OFFICES BUDGET/CEILING PRICE


Primary School R270 000.00
High School R290 000.00
Teachers Centre R290 000.00
District Office R390 000.00
Table 1: Pricing

*Prices above are based on estimated square meterage of the facility/school. Service
providers invoiced GDE based on affected total number of square meters.

7. DISINFECTION OF EDUCATION FACILITIES

The Gauteng Department of Education provides education to 2 186 701 learners in public
schools. These schools consist of public ordinary schools of which 1 396 are primary schools,
616 are secondary schools, 65 combined schools and 128 special schools. The value of this
portfolio is in excess of R200 billion.

7.1. School facilities in the Education Sector

District PUBLIC ORDINARY PUBLIC LSEN INDEPENDENT TOTAL


EN 158 13 94 265
ES 175 7 45 227
GE 161 8 19 188
GN 46 2 21 69
GW 155 9 21 185
JC 201 12 28 241
JE 123 9 170 302
JN 146 11 96 253
JS 102 7 97 206
JW 129 8 53 190
SE 70 8 26 104
SW 133 4 14 151

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District PUBLIC ORDINARY PUBLIC LSEN INDEPENDENT TOTAL

TN 140 6 14 160
TS 188 14 116 318
TW 151 10 24 185

Grand Total 2078 128 838 3044

Table 2: School facilities in the Education Sector

7.2. GDE Non-School facilities (Administration Buildings)

GDE occupies 38 buildings which can be broken into Head office buildings, district facilities,
teacher centres, warehouse facilities and education support related facilities. In total the
GDE occupies over 189 thousand square meters of rentable space across the 38 facilities.
The main contributors are the three head office buildings (51, 765), district offices (87, 152)
and the 14-teacher development centres (29, 681). Detailed information on areas of the
buildings is attached as Annexure G.

FACILITY TYPE* NUMBER ACCOMMODATION AREA m2


GDE EXAM CENTRE 1 2,967
GDE QUALITY ASSURANCE BLD 1 3,500
GDE WAREHOUSE 1 6,500
HEAD OFFICE BUILDING 3 51,765
MAIN DISTRICT OFFICE BUILBING 15 87,152
SATELLITE OFFICE 3 7,500
TEACHERS' CENTER 14 29,681
Grand Total 38 189,065

7.3. Decontamination, Disinfection and Cleaning

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The process was aimed at limiting the survival of Corona Virus and minimizing the
transmission in Gauteng Education facilities.

The decontamination, disinfection and cleaning of educational facilities commenced in June


in preparation for the opening of schools on the 8th of June. This disinfection involved 2207
schools and the 38 admin buildings. The case management strategy in the beginning was
based on the understanding that after a person(s) had tested positive, the facility would
have to be decontaminated, disinfected and deep cleaned.

The work was generally only paid from September 2020. The overall costs are linked to
activities since the resumption of schooling in June. The invoices have only been paid in
September as they were delayed as a result of Covid restrictions, certification and
verification processes with the schools. The sciope before school opening mainly involved
deep cleaning while the majority of July was managed based on incidence of positive cases
which included a scope inclusive of decontamination, disinfection and cleaning. From
August 2020 as advised by DoH and the command council the focus was shiftef fro a whole
school to a decreased specified area of contact per case which decreased the scope
accordingly.

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7.4. Total Cases

DISTRIC # OF LEARNER EDUCATORS ADMIN GEN. YOUTH SUM


T CASES S AFFECTED STAFF ASSIST. BRIGADES TOTAL
(SCHOOLS AFFECTED AFFECTED AFFECTED AFFECTED
AFFECTED)
EN 125 35 113 10 7 2 167
ES 142 42 100 13 4 11 170
GE 240 51 241 16 10 2 320
GN 63 30 41 4 2 1 78
GW 99 26 77 7 3 0 113
JC 143 45 103 11 1 2 162
JE 231 73 185 19 7 2 286
JN 211 70 159 15 9 1 254
JS 92 19 71 12 5 0 107
JW 154 23 136 14 5 1 178
SE 184 56 141 22 7 2 228
SW 92 26 96 2 0 0 124
TN 295 103 217 18 10 0 348
TS 437 278 216 39 19 4 556
TW 257 108 190 24 12 2 336
(Various
) 8 2 5 0 0 0 7
Grand
Total 2773 987 2091 226 101 30 3434
Table 3: Total Cases

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7.5. Fatalities

The table below indicates the Total number of fatalities in the Education sector as a result of
Covid-19.

TOTAL TOTAL
DISTRICT LEARNERS EDUCATORS GRAND TOTAL FATALITIES
EN 0 0 0
ES 0 0 0
GE 0 8 8
GN 0 1 1
GW 0 0 0
JC 0 7 7
JE 0 0 0
JN 0 6 6
JS 0 4 4
JW 0 0 0
SE 0 0 0
SW 0 0 0
TN 0 0 0
TS 0 0 0
TW 0 4 4
Grand Total 0 30 30
Table 4: Fatalities

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8. Work allocation

Service providers were appointed from the CSD considering their specialty. Appointments
were based on capacity and availability (24 hours turnaround time) through the emergency
procurement processes using the emergency procurement process during the first portion
of the pandemic as allowed and adjusted by the National and Provincial Treasury.

8.1. Scope of work


The scope varied in relation to the size and complexity of each facility.
 The Decontamination, cleaning and disinfection of schools (classrooms, libraries,
laboratories, staff rooms, specialist rooms administration blocks, ablution facilities,
sporting facilities and associated rooms) or areas accessed by members of the Public
with known and or unknown Covid-19 status.
 The decontamination cleaning and disinfection of GDE office accommodation
(District offices, satellite offices, teacher centres, exam preparation facilities,
warehousing, marking centres, etc.)
 The decontamination, cleaning and disinfection of school hostel facilities etc.

8.2. Activities in the scope


 Cleaning: the removal of germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces or objects. Cleaning
involves the use of soap/detergent and water to physically remove germs from surfaces.
This process does not necessarily kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their
numbers and the risk of spreading infection.
 Deep Cleaning: an exceptionally intense cleaning process.
 Disinfection: the process of applying a prescribed disinfectant to kill germs and reduce
them to minimal levels on surfaces or other objects. Cleaning surfaces with water and
detergent first, is an essential part of disinfection.
 Decontamination: this refers to terminal cleaning and it involves total removal of
harmful microorganisms in a contaminated area by rendering the environment free from
the harmful agent, it involves a process of sterilization. It is applied where Covid-19
positive cases were handled. The process may include sterilization, particularly for
medical equipment.

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 Fogging refers to the use of liquid disinfectant and compressed air as consumables. The
ultrafine droplet size of the dry fog prevents it from easily falling onto surfaces and it is
ideal for space/ area decontaminations.
 High Touch Points refers to door handles, railings, counters, reception desks, shopping
cart handles and other areas that are frequently touched by people.
 Spraying refers to the application of a liquid solution in the form of small particles
ejected from a sprayer directly onto a surface – ideal for direct spraying on physical
surfaces.

Type of procedure Process


a. Cleaning and Disinfection 1. Thoroughly clean surfaces using detergent and
procedure for frequently warm water.
touched surfaces 2. Apply disinfectant to surfaces using disposable
alcohol wipes, paper towel or a disposable cloth. If non-
disposable cloths are used, ensure they are laundered and
dried before reusing.
3. Ensure surfaces remain wet for the period
required to kill the virus (contact time) as specified by the
manufacturer’s guide.
4. If no time is specified, leave for at least 10
minutes.
b. Procedure for cleaning and 5. Floors and walls should be hosed down with
disinfection of larger indoor water and cleaning detergent;
environments 6. Ventilate areas with fresh air for a minimum of
30 Minutes;
7. Spray risk areas according to the equipment
instruction manual.
8. 0.5% peroxyacetic acid, 3% hydrogen peroxide, or
500mg/L chlorine dioxide can be adopted for air
disinfection, by way of aerosol spray.
c. Decontamination procedures Where suspected or confirmed cases, or passengers with
(only where Covid-19 patients suspicious symptoms are found in public transportation or
were handled public gathering places, terminal disinfection should be

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Type of procedure Process
performed by professionals; The following methods should be
used for terminal disinfection;
1. The area should first be well ventilated with fresh
air for a minimum of 1 hour;
2. Hydrogen peroxide gas sterilization devices can
be used for integrated disinfection of the air and the
environment. The specific operation can be performed
according to the equipment instruction manual.
3. 0.5% peroxyacetic acid, 3% hydrogen peroxide, or
500mg/L chlorine dioxide can be adopted for air
disinfection, by way of aerosol spray;
4. For key areas that are contaminated, 1000 to
2000mg/L chlorine disinfectant can be applied by spraying
or wiping for reaction of more than 30 minutes.
Table 5: Activities in the scope

8.3. The amounts paid

The amount paid represents work undertaken between June (resumption of schooling) to
the end of August. The Extent of the school(s) elemental spaces differed from facility to
facility (school and facilities). The Covid-19 virus was novel and information and certainty on
certain aspects was confirmed as time went on. As from alert level 3 the intervention
strategy was to attend to the educational facilities (whole), his was based on the available
information at the time, which meant the intervention was targeted at the whole facility.
This was based on the information available at the time and advise given by health
authorities. As time went on information became available that the intervention did not
need to cover the whole facility but rather the specific areas that had been occupied by
persons testing positive.

The average size of schools is a 2500M2 of built up area. The average school in Gauteng
caters for at least 1000 learners, with a profile of 28 classrooms, admin building, specialist

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rooms (library, laboratory, computer room, media room, multi-purpose rooms, consumer
studies rooms…).

The following are common areas in school typologies, the sizes and complexity of schools
varies according to the periods they were built in.

Average Education areas

Unit size m²
EDUCATIONAL AREAS Average Average
Minimum Optimum
Classrooms 48 60
Grade R facility 60 80
Science laboratory 60 80
Social Sciences rooms 60 80
Computer rooms 60 80
Arts and culture room 60 80
Multipurpose 60 80
Technology room 60 80
Media Centre 60 120
Ablution facilities for learners 1.2m2 per learner 1.8m2 per learner
Storage Areas 12 15
Agricultural Management Practices room 60 80
Agricultural Technology room 60 80
Agricultural Sciences room 60 80
Dance Studies room 60 80
Design room 60 80
Dramatic Arts room 60 80
Music room 60 80
Visual Arts room 60 80
Civil Technology room 60 80
Electrical Technology room 60 80
Mechanical Technology room 60 80
Engineering Graphics and Design room 60 80
Hospitality Studies room 60 80
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Table 6: Average Education areas

Average Education Support areas

Unit size m²

EDUCATION SUPPORT AREAS Average Average


Minimum size Optimum size
Average Size for administration areas
Tuckshop 12 15
Unit size m²
Kitchen
ADMINISTRATION AREAS 15 20
Average Average
Nutrition Center / Food Storage 12 15
Minimum Optimum
60 size size
Dining Room (Multipurpose) 120
Principal’s office
Security room 3 15 6 20

Deputy Pricipal's
General Purposeoffice
Hall 120 12 180 15
Administration
Soccer/ rugby office 60m X 80m 15 20
60m X 100m
Reception area
Netball/volleyball 16m X 31m 12 15
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Ablution
Parking facilities for educators
bays(including parking for the 1.2m
Subject to size per
of school 1.8m2 per
disabled) educator educator

Storage areas
Caretaker Room 12 12 15 15
Strong room
Storage Areas 12 6 15 10
Printing
Toilets room 1.2m2 per 10 1.8m2 per learner
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learner
Staff room 48 60
Walk ways (covered) Subject to design guidelines
Pastoral care room with sick rooms and counseling 10 15
room
Assembly area Subject to design guidelines
Head
Staffof Department
quarters offices
(where there is a need) 12
Subject to needs 15
/living quarters
Kitchenette 12 20
Hostels Subject to needs

Table 7: Average Size for administration areas

Table 8: Average Education Support areas

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Prices related to areas serviced
Average minimum of a school is 2500M2 based on the standard areas and the
administration building. The average price paid for a school is R250 000, which translates to
R100 per square metre for Decontamination (Includes fogging), Disinfection and Cleaning.

Average Education areas

Unit size m²
EDUCATIONAL
Average Total
AREAS Average Average Total Optimum
number of Minimum
Minimum Optimum Area
Units Area
Classrooms 48 60 28 1344 1680

Common rooms found in all


Grade R facility 60 80 4 240 320
Science laboratory 60 80 1 60 80
Social Sciences rooms 60 80 1 60 80

schools
Computer rooms 60 80 1 60 80
Multipurpose 60 80 1 60 80
Media Centre 60 120 1 60 120
1.8m2 per
Ablution facilities for 1.2m2 per
learner 1 150 200
learners learner
(200m2)

9. GENERAL REPORT FROM SCHOOL MANAGEMENT

All Schools were expected to sign a letter of completion that indicates goods received.

(see Annexure C).

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ANNEXURE

Annexure A: Company Name, Service rendered, and the amounts paid

NAME OF COMPANY NUMBER OF SERVICE AMOUNT


RENDERED
4Waste Management 1 R250 000,00
Abaphumeleli Trading 101(Pty) Ltd 2 R535 000,00
Abira Projects (Pty) Ltd 2 R540 000,00
Abitec Trading (Pty)Ltd 3 R815 000,00
Adosi Holdings (Pty) Ltd 1 R252 000,00
Akani Masedi Projects and
1 R252 000,00
Maintenance
AngieoChem PTY Ltd 1 R289 000,00
Antaeres Alliance (Pty) Ltd 5 R1 390 000,00
Anzile Holdings (Pty) Ltd 1 R260 000,00
ARO Trading Enterprise 2 R497 847,00
Avhu Security 1 R265 650,00
BACC & Advisory (Pty) Ltd 6 R1 653 052,00
Balemetsi Trading (Pty) LTD 2 R520 000,00
Basadiwe Trading Business
2 R530 000,00
Enterprise (Pty) Ltd
Basetsana Ba Kopane (Pty) Ltd 4 R1 085 000,00
BEREAL TRADING AND PROJECTS 1 R258 900,00
Best Hygiene and projects (Pty)Ltd 5 R800 000,00
Bheletha Holdings (Pty) Ltd 12 R3 380 000,00
BICS Engineering and supply
2 R500 000,00
(Pty)Ltd
BON VIVEUR 1 R285 302,00
Bonolanga Trading and Projects 1 R268 835,00
Bravopix 65 CC 1 R70 000,00
BSS HOLDINGS 5 R1 394 515,14
BV INGENUITY (Pty) Ltd 4 R1 154 000,00
BZ Associates 1 R279 000,00
CAMERA ACADEMY 1 R260 000,00
Centi Holdings pty Ltd 2 R540 000,00
Chachulani Group Investment
18 R4 768 090,00
holding (Pty) Ltd
Chase Unlimited 3 R750 000,00
Chosen Multi Purpose (Pty) Ltd 4 R1 049 900,00
Chothe trading Enterprise 2 R520 000,00
Chothe Trading Enterprise 1 R275 000,00

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Cindyco Projects 1 R280 000,00
Coalition Trading 48 (Pty ) Ltd 2 R550 000,00
Courtesy Management (Pty) Ltd 1 R283 130,00
Coziwave 2 R485 410,00
Deep Tunes Trading (Pty)Ltd 1 R289 978,35
Desteny Child Trading And Projects 1 R275 000,00
Dikeledi 1 R270 000,00
Dikeledi Enterprise Bookshop and
1 R270 000,00
Catering (Pty) Ltd
Dikwankwetla 213 (Pty)Ltd 4 R1 090 000,00
Dirang Building Projects 1 R290 000,00
Ditodele Trading Projects 4 R819 180,00
DVC Logistics PTY Ltd 1 R260 000,00
Easy B Success Solutions and
1 R270 000,00
Projects
Eavesdrop Trading 12 (Pty) Ltd 3 R820 000,00
Ebenezer TMR Holdings 1 R263 900,00
Emprior Security Services CC 2 R544 700,00
Endobani Holdings 4 R1 188 627,00
Etilweni Projects 1 R299 000,00
Everland Trading 16 CC 2 R574 400,00
Ezaya (Pty)Ltd 3 R870 000,00
Ezine Business Services (Pty) Ltd 1 R256 000,00
Favoured Street Properties (Pty)
17 R4 547 758,00
Ltd
FGRG Holdings PTY LTD 1 R284 765,00
Fhulufhedziso HR & Payroll 1 R246 000,00
Fikile Mpofana 1 R270 000,00
Fikile Mpofana (Pty) Ltd 42 R11 693 000,00
Finds Energy Suppliers (Pty) Ltd 10 R2 531 480,00
Genuine Tenacity Consulting (Pty)
4 R1 100 000,00
Ltd
Gidigidi Buidling & Construction 1 R248 285,00
Gidigidi Building Construction 4 R1 104 115,00
Gochi Trading 1 R290 000,00
Godide Investsments 1 R289 340,00
Good Favour Holdings( Pty) Ltd 2 R534 232,00
Grade A Holding 4 R1 168 679,00
Grade A Holdings 1 R288 400,00
Gramendo Projects (Pty) Ltd 10 R2 700 000,00
Greenway Technologies 2 R532 100,00
Halele Business Enterprise 1 R270 000,00
Hamanakara Events and Projects 5 R1 320 000,00
Heritage Projects and Consultancy 1 R220 000,00

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(Pty) Ltd
Hobzin 013 Trading (Pty) Ltd 11 R2 902 800,00
Home Ground Trading 23 R6 448 281,00
Hot Little Numbers 3 (Pty) Ltd 2 R575 000,00
I and I Holdings( Pty) Ltd 4 R884 500,00
I Call The Shots (Pty) Ltd 19 R4 900 000,00
IFA Training (Pty) Ltd 1 R269 652,00
Ikatliseng Solutions (Pty) Ltd 9 R2 336 000,00
Imani Portfolio Holdings (Pty) Ltd 19 R5 095 791,00
Industrial Fan Engineering 24 R6 236 590,00
Industrial Fan Engineering 1 R287 500,00
Insimu Consulting (Ptd) Ltd 44 R11 518 299,00
Insimu Medical Group (Pty) Ltd 17 R4 653 245,00
Insimu Projects (Pty)Ltd 51 R13 907 600,00
Invested Property Fund 4 R1 080 000,00
JHAED Investments (Pty) Ltd 1 R250 000,00
JV MMAU Holdings 1 R265 000,00
JV MMAU Holdings (Pty) Ltd 1 R265 000,00
Kalahari Inn (Pty) Ltd 15 R3 838 300,00
Kalako Developers Civil and
8 R2 230 000,00
Security Services (Pty) Ltd
Kamo-Thabi Trading CC 1 R265 000,00
Kgopiso Construction and cleaning
1 R269 960,00
CC
Khoishi Car Maintenance 3 R780 000,00
Khomanani Basai Trading and
2 R530 000,00
Bookshop (Pty) Ltd
Khovana Trading & Projects
1 R260 000,00
(Pty)LTD
Khuliso Construction and Trading
2 R560 000,00
cc
KMM Travels 28 R7 267 000,00
Kokano Projects (Pty) LTD 1 R247 500,00
KPRO Construction 3 R780 140,00
KPRO Consulting SA 1 R256 990,00
KPRO Consulting SA 1 R291 000,00
KTM Services 4 R1 275 380,00
KTM Services PTY LTD 1 R315 782,35
Kuwaseng Trading Enterprise 1 R260 000,00
Labstyres (Pty)LTD 6 R1 580 000,00
LCTS Lambeu 2 R495 850,00
Le Bakgalaka Son (Pty)Ltd 23 R6 430 000,00
Lemba Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd 2 R560 000,00
Lerotse & Mvunge Holdimgs 1 R260 000,00

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Letele operations 1 R280 000,00
LIM Group Consulting Services 13 R3 546 000,00
Limeline (Pty) Ltd 1 R265 000,00
Limgroup Direct Energy 33 R8 794 000,00
Lisondalo (Pty) Ltd 15 R3 986 200,00
Llibayi Projects (Pty)Ltd 2 R550 000,00
LonRab (Pty)Ltd 2 R580 000,00
Lu & K Products Pty Ltd 2 R30 000,00
Lunako Solution Pty Ltd 2 R540 000,00
Lure Consulting (Pty) Ltd 1 R258 000,00
M & E Trading and Projects 1 R233 400,00
M T Optical Dash Eyewear 1 R310 000,00
Maanda Investments
4 R941 483,80
&Technologies (Pty )Ltd
MAB EDD GROUP 1 R281 500,00
MAB EDD GROUP 1 R281 500,00
Maboho Consulting 2 R565 000,00
Madikile Management and
1 R265 000,00
Training Consultants PTY LTD
Madingani Holdings (Pty) Ltd 1 R260 000,00
Mafhefhe Catering and Events
1 R15 000,00
(Pty) Ltd
Mafunzwani Construction 8 R2 080 000,00
Magekha Electrical Projects 1 R289 800,00
Magic Engineers (Pty) Ltd 63 R18 105 300,00
Mahobo Consulting (Pty) Ltd 2 R565 000,00
Maita Engineering & Projects 2 R536500,00
Maita Solutions 2 R550 000,00
MALTEC Business connection 3 R767 291,50
Maluthuli Consulting CC 3 R830 000,00
Mamotlaletsi 3 R830 000,00
Manekelo Trading and Projects 1 R270 000,00
Mangaliso Projects 43 R11 601 950,00
Manna & Quail Premium Food and
3 R800 000,00
services
Many Money Trading 51 PTY LTD 2 R550 000,00
Mapheceka construction &
198 R55 620 000,00
projects CC
Mapokane Enterprise Bookshop
3 R815 000,00
and Construction (PTY) LTD
MATAWEB Business As Expected
2 R277 050,00
(Pty) Ltd
Mathegu Consortium 1 R286 200,00
Mazibe Property Developers Pty
1 R290 000,00
Ltd

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Mazombula Group (Pty)Ltd 17 R4 428 342,00
Mazoto Investment (Pty) Ltd 2 R520 000,00
Mbombela Chemical Suppliers 1 R300 000,00
MBUDZISO TRADING ENTERPRISE 1 R254 300,00
MCLENOLS HOLDINGS (Pty) Ltd 8 R1 940 000,00
MdotC Solutions 14 R3 820 000,00
Melokuhle Construction and
36 R9 943 000,00
Projects (Pty) Ltd
Meltin Properties 42 (Pty)Ltd 3 R805 000,00
Merusu PTY LTD 1 R255 500,00
Mining for Future Civils 3 R810 000,00
Minqi Projects (Pty) Ltd 6 R1 685 900,00
Mirosmart (Pty) Ltd 2 R522 706,05
Mkason Trading Enterprise 1 R250 000,00
MMMD Air Conditioning and
6 R1 600 000,00
Refrigeration (Pty) Ltd
Modipamma Projects and Travels 2 R530 000,00
MOSHOPANE BUSINESS
4 R669 000,00
ENTERPRISE
Mpale Investments Holdings (Pty)
22 R5 858 710,00
Ltd
Mpathuli General Trading 1 R320 000,00
Mphasha Investments(Pty) Ltd 1 R290 000,00
MPR Construction and Projects 4 R1 143 400,00
Mr. Meyer cleaning (Pty) Ltd 4 R1 108 000,00
MSP Trading 261 (Pty)Ltd 4 R1 080 000,00
Muimeleli MasaseConstruction
1 R289 570,00
(Pty)Ltd
Mukoka Electrical Engineer 2 R503 100,00
Mulisa Trailz 2 R579 000,00
Muta Investments (Pty) Ltd 19 R4 970 045,00
Mutodandivho Trading Enterprise
4 R1 105 000,00
(Pty) Ltd
Mutshedzi Intergration Solutions 1 R286 000,00
Ncanies General Tading (Pty) Ltd 2 R507 811,00
Ndalo Business Enterprise (Pty) Ltd 1 R270 000,00
Ndimo Trading CC 1 R280 000,00
Ndirolmak Trading & Projects 1 R290 000,00
Ndozi Multi Projects 1 R278 000,00
NDURICIA HOLDINGS (Pty) Ltd 2 R299 500,00
Nebecta Trading 2 R570 000,00
Nembs Projects (Pty) Ltd 30 R8 330 000,00
Netvision Energy Savers (Pty)Ltd 15 R4 010 071,00
Ngobese Chemical Services &
6 R1 620 000,00
Projects
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Nirvana Marketing & Pomotions 3 R870 000,00
Niyema Cleaning and Hygiene 1 R170 000,00
Nkele construction and properties
1 R150 000,00
develpoers CC
Nomazymthi (Pty) Ltd 1 R287 000,00
Nozipho Holdings 13 R3 690 000,00
Nuclear Med Group 4 R1060 000,00
Nuga Logistics 3 R280 000,00
Nyumo Enterprise (Pty) Ltd 1 R287 500,00
OTHABETSWE TRADING 1 R289 100,00
Paintcol SA (Pty) Ltd 1 R265 000,00
Parls Holdings 1 R250 000,00
Perugia Projects (Pty) Ltd 1 R265 000,00
Pestocure Scientific Solution (Pty)
1 R289 000,00
Ltd
Pisto and Fumani (Pty) Ltd 1 R270 000,00
PMR Developers & Project
27 R7 470 000,00
Managers
Portia's Printers Galore 3 R839 919,00
Pristyn Investtments 1 R290 000,00
Psychin Consulting (Pty )Ltd 16 R5 130 898,00
Pure Meds 1 R289 000,00
Radinkwe Transport Logistics and
2 R550 000,00
Projects (Pty) Ltd
Ramokgadi Trading 261 (Pty) Ltd 3 R815 000,00
Randies Trade Solution 2 R540 935,00
Ratshi Property Development 6 R1 590 000,00
RENHLAKANIPHO PROJECTS (Pty)
1 R270 000,00
Ltd
Retavhi Holdings (Pty) Ltd 1 R269 277,50
Reyla Logistics 1 R289 425,10
Rhifumo Leruo (Pty) Ltd 2 R590 000,00
Riakona Group 6 R1 690 000,00
Robie Cleaning and Proects 2 R607 210,00
Ronbus Trading and Projects (Pty)
13 R3 389 989,98
Ltd
Rudylu Investments 3 R830 000,00
Runashi Trading 1 R285 000,00
Ruva Consulting &Trading
2 R568 100,00
enterprise (Pty)Ltd
Seasons Find 643 (Pty) Ltd 3 R845 000,00
SEISHONI Trading Enterprise 8 R2 169 293,00
Senty Group 1 R344 800,00
Seremani Holdings (Pty) Ltd 3 R800 000,00
Siroro Trading 4 R1 100 000,00

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Sizisa Ukhanyo Trading 116 (Pty)
2 R575 000,00
Ltd
Smangele Specialised cleaning
1 R258 750,00
projects CC
Sqalo- Innovations (Pty) Ltd 2 R530 000,00
Sulibase PTY LTD 2 R555 000,00
TAK BUSINESS INTELLEGENCE (Pty)
1 R288 872,40
Ltd
Takusanani Holdings (Pty)Ltd 1 R290 000,00
Tarcron Projects (Pty)Ltd 22 R6 020 000,00
Teewaves (Pty) Ltd 4 R1 072 007,00
Telgopart Pty Ltd 3 R501 000,00
Tenda Asset and Technical (Pty) Ltd 6 R1 594 000,00
Tendiwanga Investments(Pty)Ltd 2 R580 000,00
Terajo Trading and Projects
2 R570 000,00
(Pty)Ltd
Thangiv Global Projects (Pty) Ltd 1 R250 000,00
Thatogatse Trading and Projects 2 R555 000,00
The Impact Business Enterprise PTY
1 R285 963,00
LTD
The Light Cleaning services (PTY)
2 R535 000,00
LTD
The Supreme Training Academy 1 R288 460,00
Thendokhaye Trading Projects
3 R840 000,00
(Pty) Ltd
Thenjeni Holdings (Pty) Ltd 1 R200 000,00
Thikho marketing and
2 R471 000,00
Administration
Thulaganyo Holdings (Pty) Ltd 3 R735 000,00
Thuso Enviro & Agric Development
1 R269 350,00
Cc
Tikanani Trading (Pty) Ltd 1 R269 100,00
Tinissa Trading 28 (Pty) Ltd 3 R795 000,00
Tlhalefika (Pty) Ltd 1 R290 000,00
Tlotlomo Construction and Projects
2 R539 223,00
(Pty) Ltd
Todzy Trading & Projects 1 R234 000,00
Tona Trading Enterprise 8 R2 250 000,00
Top six Trading CC 55 R15 696 700,00
Triple R Trading & Projects 2 R540 000,00
True Hairess (Pty) LTD 3 R812 000,00
TSHAMMBOBO 2 R570 000,00
Tshebis Projects Investment-01
1 R249 095,00
(Pty) Ltd
Tsheju Enterprise (Pty) Ltd 5 R75 000,00

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Tswime Construction 1 R257 000,00
TUCOPRO 3 R676 800,00
Tyger Roar Trading CC 2 R548 000,00
Ultimate Investment Holdings
2 R809790,00
(PTY) Ltd
Unalo Trading Enterprise 2 R523 000,00
Unamurunwa (PTY)Ltd 2 R575 000,00
UnaNduvho Group (Pty) Ltd 1 R270 000,00
Vari Holidings (Pty)Ltd 1 R228 750,00
Vatavatshindi Management
2 R500 000,00
Services
Vengarex (Pty) Ltd 3 R815 000,00
Vhuyo consulting (Pty) Ltd 2 R461 500,00
VIC Leo Trading 1 R270 000,00
Visani trading and Projects 2 R592 000,00
Vondo Trading Co 1 R289 685,00
Wise Construction Company 1 R289 570,00
WOMPHA TRADING & PROJECTS 1 R255 555,00
Wonderboom College of Education 1 R285 000,00
Yellowisp 20 CC 2 R545 000,00
Zee Cat Ceilings and partitions 1 R287 300,00
Zenaldo Consulting (Pty) Ltd 25 R6 789 110,00
Zora Solutions (Pty) Ltd 1 R288 000,00
Zwanda Engineering Services
1 R300 000,00
andIndustrial Suppliers
Zwivhuya ICE AND PROJECTS (Pty)
2 R545 000,00
Ltd
TOTAL 1 597,00 R431 274 959,17

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Annexure B: Sample of Acknowledgement Letter from the Service Provider

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Annexure C: Sample of Certificate of Completion

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