2017-2018 - Energy - Parliament Mandate The Department of Energy is mandated to ensure the secure and sustainable provision of energy, in support of socioeconomic development. It aims to achieve this by developing an integrated energy plan for the entire energy sector and regulating energy industries, and promoting investment in accordance with the integrated resource plan for electricity.… Continue reading SA Parliament – Eskom . .
Mr Dodovu is the current chairperson of the Select Committee on Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs, Water and Sanitation and Human Settlement. His educational background: MSc in Urban Housing Management with the University of Lund in Sweden; Master in Public Administration with the University of Stellenbosch. * https://www.pa.org.za/person/china-dodovu/ * North West Local Government and Traditional… Continue reading China Dodovu
Geomatics is an applied science and a professional discipline. As an applied science it involves an integrated approach to the measurement, analysis, management, and display of geographic and other spatial data. As a professional discipline, geomaticians have specialist skills, knowledge, and understanding in order to provide services that meet the needs of society and… Continue reading Geomatics – specialist skills
22 April 2013 - The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR) furnished further details on aspects of its 2013 strategic plan. The DRDLR described its human resources development strategy, outlining the types of skills training offered, and said 3 755 employees were trained since 2011. Bursaries were offered in two categories; one for… Continue reading Narysec training
NARYSEC programme is a 24 month skills development programme within the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform which targets unemployed rural youth aged between 18 – 25 in possession of Grade 12 (Standard 10) as part of the rural economy transformation strategy from poor rural wards. BUT IN .. September 2012 - The Minister of Defence and… Continue reading Narysec (soldiers) and other “careers”
Who are the real owners of state-owned land? If it is state owned land, why do the government keep the land in their own hands and create this hate agenda against whites to reform? What funding was paid (TAX) for that farmlands? If tax was used, the owners of all those farmland are the… Continue reading State-owned land – 25 years later
For certain Zuma - Gupta - people nominated. The question is how the ANC agreed to the nominations of these controversial elements, knowing they are implicated in wrongdoing, an analyst said. The ANC’s fielding of dubious figures to head crucial oversight committees will be understood as talking right and acting wrong, with analysts and… Continue reading Committees – SA Parliament 2019