The names of all employees, crimes they were found guilty of, measures to be implemented to ensure that they are found guilty of committing these crimes to ensure that they will not be appointed as diplomats in the future and steps taken by the Department of International Relations and Cooperation against these employees, with reference to the reply to Oral Question 263 on 16 November 2016

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QUESTION NO: 2672 (NW3156E)

PUBLISHED IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO: 40-2016 OF 25 NOVEMBER 2016

1. Mr S Mokgalapa (DA) to ask the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation:

With reference to her reply to oral question 263 on 16 November 2016, what (a) are the names of all the specified employees, (b) crimes were the employees found guilty of, (c) measures will be implemented to ensure that persons found guilty of committing any crime will not be appointed as diplomats in the future and (d) steps will her department take against the specified persons? NW3156E

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Reply: (a) and (b)

1. Name 1. Offence
M Mjikeliso Forbidden Person in terms of Aliens Act as well as Culpable Homicide
P Mukeni Reckless or Negligent Driving
PS Sizani Public Violence as well as Failure to comply with provisions of the Value Added Tax Act
MMN Ngoma Prohibition of certain forms of Intimidation
N Mkoroana-Cita All Motor Vehicles shall be registered and licenced unless contrary prescribed
BP Motloung Reckless or Negligent Driving
S Ngombane Riotous Assemblies Act – Person attends gathering after it was prohibited
SM Radebe Occupy the driver’s seat of a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor

(c) When an official has committed a crime a full vetting investigation is conducted in order to determine if his/her security clearance must be withdrawn and if it is withdrawn the official will not be able to be posted again as a security clearance is a requirement for a posting.

(d) See (c) above.

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