Status on the signed Performance Agreements at the Level of Directors and above within the Department of Foreign Affairs

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

FOR WRITTEN REPLY

QUESTION NO: 556

PUBLISHED IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 14 OF 2 JUNE 2006

Mr L B Labuschagne (DA) to ask the Minister of Foreign Affairs:

(1) Whether all members at the level of director and above, including officials contracted to her department as Heads of Mission, signed performance agreements; if not, why not; if so (a) how many contracts were signed and (b) what are the further relevant details;

(2) whether any agreements are outstanding; if so, (a) how many and (b) what measures are being taken in this regard? N689E

REPLY:

The table below provides a summary of the total number of employees from Director level and above, total number of agreements received, total number outstanding and the reasons for non-submission.

SMSTOTAL EMPLOYEESTOTAL NUMBER OF AGREEMENTS RECEIVEDOUTSTANDING
Director-General110
Deputy Director-General1082 (1 - Retired 31/03/2006)
(1 - New Amb to China)
Chief Director49472 (1 - Leave pending retirement)
(1 - In process of being placed)
Director1671634 (1 - Unpaid leave)
(3 - Additional to establishment)
TOTAL2272198

REASONS FOR NON-SUBMISSION

DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERALS REASONS
Amb. N NtshingaNew HOM - China (Finalising performance agreement)
Amb. BIL ModiseRetired (31/03/2006)


CHIEF DIRECTORS REASONS
Mji JN Ms.In process of being placed
Mfabe JM Mr.On leave pending retirement


DIRECTORS REASONS
Dietrichsen PR Mr. Unpaid leave
Vassen R Mr.Additional to establishment
Madyibi GGS Mr. Additional to establishment
Mxenge VS Mr.Additional to establishment

No measures are being taken against outstanding performance agreements as the reasons stated above are self explanatory and do not require measures or action to be taken against these outstanding performance agreements.




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