Leave for Ambassador M Shaik to Attend Court Proceedings

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

FOR ORAL REPLY

QUESTION NO: 696

PUBLISHED IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 14 OF 20 MAY 2005

Mrs S M Camerer (DA) to ask the Minister of Foreign Affairs:

(a) How many days' leave since 1 January 2004 did Mr Mo Shaik apply for to be able to regularly attend the trial of his brother Mr Schabir Shaik at the Durban High Court and

(b) what are the details of his approved leave, such as (i) the reasons therefor, (ii) the type of leave granted and (iii) the dates on which leave was (aa) applied for and (bb) granted?

N911E

REPLY:

(a) Seventy eight (78) days of leave were utilised by Mr Mo Shaik for the period 1 January 2004 to date. This period includes both sick leave and vacation leave. Management granted vacation leave to Mr Mo Shaik after due consideration to operational requirements and the fact that he had leave days available to him.

(b) The schedule below illustrates the details of approved leave (i) reasons (ii) type of leave (iii) dates on which leave was (aa) applied for and (bb) approved.

Leave Dates
No. of Days
Type of Leave (Reasons)
29/07/2005 - 29/07/2005
1
Vacation Leave
25/07/2005 - 25/07/2005
1
Vacation Leave
06/06/2005 - 17/06/2005
9
Vacation Leave
02/06/2005 - 03/06/2005
2
Vacation Leave
31/05/2005 - 01/06/2005
2
Vacation Leave
26/05/2005 - 27/05/2005
2
Vacation Leave
04/05/2005 - 04/05/2005
1
Vacation Leave
21/02/2005 - 10/03/2005
14
Vacation Leave
07/02/2005 - 08/02/2005
2
Vacation Leave
28/12/2004 - 31/12/2004
4
Vacation Leave
25/11/2004 - 02/12/2004
6
Vacation Leave
15/11/2004 - 16/11/2004
2
Vacation Leave
08/11/2004 - 12/11/2004
5
Vacation Leave
25/10/2004 - 28/10/2004
4
Vacation Leave
18/10/2004 - 21/10/2004
4
Vacation Leave
08/10/2004 - 13/10/2004
4
Vacation Leave
10/09/2004 - 10/09/2004
1
Vacation Leave
12/07/2004 - 16/07/2004
5
Vacation Leave
11/03/2004 - 12/03/2004
2
Sick Leave
20/01/2004 - 20/01/2004
1
Sick Leave
02/01/2004 - 09/01/2004
6
Vacation Leave

 

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