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WQ 482 NA Sanitation and classroom maintenance at Mceula Primary School in the Chris Hani District, 20 March 2020

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 20/03/2020

INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 10/2020

482..   Mrs D van der Walt (DA) to ask the Minister of Basic Education:    

(1)       Since what date has the Mceula Primary School in the Chris Hani District, Eastern Cape, been on the priority list for toilets and fixing of classrooms;

(2)       will this school be part of the Sanitation Appropriate for Education campaign; if not, (a) why not, (b) on what date will the ceilings and dangerous floors be attended to and (c) what is the budget allocated for all the work to be done at this school; if so, what are the relevant details?                            

Response

There are two (2)  Mceula Primary Schools in the Chris Hani Municipality:

Response:

(1) and (2) 

Mceula Primariy School, EMIS number: 200600469 had received 14 toilets for 265 learners and 5 teachers on the 23rd November 2012 and therefore it has not been prioritised. The school will not be on the SAFE Initiative because it has a sufficient number of toilets. The fixing of classrooms is delegated to the school under the maintenance budget.  A works inspector will be dispatched to the school to ensure the effective utilisation of the maintenance budget. The annual maintenance budget for the school, is R47,955.00.

Response:

(1) and (2)  Mceula Primary School, EMIS number: 200600468) is on the SAFE Initiative project list. The project has been allocated to an Implementing agent. The concurrence to appoint a contractor has been granted by the DBE and work will commence once the lockdown has been lifted. The amount allocated for the project is R726 912.59.  The fixing of classrooms is delegated to the school under the maintenance budget.  A  works inspector will be dispatched to the school to ensure the effective utilisation of the maintenance budget. The annual maintenance budget for the is R45,522.50.

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Written By: Administrator Account
Date Posted: 10/7/2020
Number of Views: 281

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