SA Parliament Informal settlements June 2020

Die parlement het op 20 Junie 2020 (Saterdag) 'n verklaring afgelê tydens 'n virtuele vergadering.    Die voorlegging van die verslag vir die vierde kwartaal in die boekjaar 2019/20, aan die portefeuljekomitee handel oor menslike nedersettings, water en sanitasie.    Die departement van menslike nedersettings het gemeld dat hy slegs 60% van sy gestelde teikens… Continue reading SA Parliament Informal settlements June 2020

Expropriation of properties – Section 25

On 4 December 2018, it was stated that a report recommended that Section 25 of the Constitution be amended to allow land expropriation without compensation.   All included.   The National Assembly has passed the Constitutional Review Committee report on land expropriation without compensation with more than 200 votes in the National Assembly.  The report recommended that Section… Continue reading Expropriation of properties – Section 25

Corruption – Eskom – Parliament

Eskom se skuldbrug kom al 'n lang pad aan en dit was al meer as een keer in Parlement bespreek met hoeveel komitees wat net niks bereik het nie.   Eskom se korrupsie en kapings veroorsaak heelwat ontwrigting in Suid-Afrika.    Korrupsie is die grootste oorsaak van ons rommelstatus en dit word nie deur parlementslede aangespreek… Continue reading Corruption – Eskom – Parliament

National House of Traditional Leadership – Thembuland Royal Empire

The 'Select Committee on Petitions and Executive Undertakings' received petitions from the Thembuland Royal Empire and the National House of Traditional Leadership.    The petition submitted by the AbaThembu contained allegations that included the manipulation of the justice system with the intention of destroying the AbaThembu Nation in South Africa, and the delay of the land… Continue reading National House of Traditional Leadership – Thembuland Royal Empire

Bills at parliament – property rights – health insurance – reserve bank

  The sixth democratic Parliament has had a demanding 28 weeks since its establishment following the May general election. On the agenda were 31 Bills revived from the stage at which they lapsed when the previous Parliament’s term ended – and another 13 new Bills.   It is these new bills which are likely to dominate… Continue reading Bills at parliament – property rights – health insurance – reserve bank

Expropriation without compensation – Constitution

Die vorige kommentaar en insette was gelewer en dis nooit in ag geneem nie - die regering maak en doen net soos hulle lekker kry en soos dit hul behaag.   Verseker gaan die sogenaamde grondwet (kommunisties) wat al hoeveel maal gewysig is, weer gewysig word om hierdie internasionale reg van ons te ontneem.   Ons het… Continue reading Expropriation without compensation – Constitution

Eskom – housing – Hostelle

  As hulle nie bedel nie, spandeer hulle dit.  Belastinggeld word baie rondgeslinger, en was daar ooit soveel spandeer op hierdie onvoltooide projek deur Eskom.    Nou wie het soveel aan Eskom "belowe" wat volgens berigte, die volgende twee jaar 'n borgtog van bykans R120 biljoen sal kry, het meer as R300 miljoen op die… Continue reading Eskom – housing – Hostelle

SA Parliament – Eskom

Parliament, Tuesday, 17 September 2019 – The Northern Cape permanent delegates to the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) were shocked to learn that the province’s municipalities had the highest vacancy rate in the country, their irregular expenditure had increased to R624 million while their debt to Eskom stands at R1.3 billion. As of July 2019, the… Continue reading SA Parliament – Eskom

Labour Laws – South Africa

In November 2017,  the National Assembly in South Africa passed several pieces of labour legislation that have important implications for employers and employees in South Africa. The National Minimum Wage Bill, the Basic Conditions of Employment Amendment Bill, and the Labour Relations Amendment Bill were passed by the National Assembly. *** 27 November 2018 The… Continue reading Labour Laws – South Africa

RDP – Housing Finance in South Africa

  South Africa’s residential property market forms the largest component of the South African property market, comprising most of the property assets within the country. By the end of 2017, the South African deeds registry had 7.2 million properties, worth R6.8 trillion (US$472 billion). Of this, about R5.1 trillion (US$354 billion) is in the residential… Continue reading RDP – Housing Finance in South Africa

SA Parliament – land without compensation – traditional leaders

A Hansard of December 2018 stated there are more than 8840 traditional leaders (different black and coloureds)   in the whole of South Africa.   They all receive salaries and benefits.     It is even legally in their constitution (anc manifesto).   And most of us thought that segregation is over for those different ethnic groups.   … Continue reading SA Parliament – land without compensation – traditional leaders

Blood and alcohol toxicology tests – Parliament SA

  3 January 2019 - James, Ms LV to ask the Minister of Health -  January 2019 -  Question NW3602 to the Minister of Health. Question : How does his department intend to improve the turnaround time for blood and alcohol toxicology tests which remain a concern? Reply: 1. Blood Alcohol We have made a huge progress in… Continue reading Blood and alcohol toxicology tests – Parliament SA

Committees – SA Parliament 2019

  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

Ramaphosa: SONA – Expropriation

21 June 2019 -   Not much was said at the Sona speech of Ramaphosa in parliament - a waste of money, time and energy.   No plans of actions were given about the corruption and crime in the country, that were created by the ANC rulers and revolution since 1994.    That included the ARMS deals,… Continue reading Ramaphosa: SONA – Expropriation

Proposed Traditional Khoisan Leadership Bill (TKLB)

  The Khoisan leaders have rejected the proposed Traditional and Khoisan Leadership Bill (TKLB) once more.   This follows a protest by the Alliance for Rural Democracy (ARD) a few weeks ago.   The protesters called on President Cyril Ramaphosa not to sign the Traditional and Khoisan Leadership and Traditional Courts bills calling them “Bantustan bills”.     We all… Continue reading Proposed Traditional Khoisan Leadership Bill (TKLB)

Parliament committees 2019

Gaan daar nog meer as ooit gemanipuleer word in die komitee stelsel van Parlement en gaan alles nog verder uitmekaar val - veral na die waaghalsige pogings van Magashule en sy ander stalperde?   Natuurlik gaan niks skielik verander nie, Ramaphosa sal aangaan waar Zuma opgehou het.   Zuma en sy handlangers, wou net laat weet het… Continue reading Parliament committees 2019