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

Laboria Park, Pelikan Park, Acacia Park

In diens van staat en regering.   Sekere dienste word gesubsidieer deur die regering en ons belastings.  Alles word reeds gedeeltelik vir hierdie 3 parlementere dorpies betaal.   Daar is beveiliging in plek, gemeubileerde wonings/woonstelle, dienste en ook busvervoer na en van werk (na Kaapstad middestad).   Meer as wat enige werker kan vra gerieflik hou die busse… Continue reading Laboria Park, Pelikan Park, Acacia Park

Ramaphosa – Questions and Oral replies

Here follows a "speech" by Cyril Ramaphosa about the Oral Replies to Questions in the National Assembly, Parliament - 2019 * QUESTION: With reference to his address at the 25 Years of Democracy Conference on 23 July 2019, wherein he stated that nation building has economic, political, cultural and social dimensions that are interrelated and dynamic,… Continue reading Ramaphosa – Questions and Oral replies

 Declaration on Parliamentary Openness

Who is involved ... and ... financed by ...? Since its launch, the Declaration on Parliamentary Openness has been formally endorsed by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)'s Parliamentary Assembly, the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA), and the First Summit of Legislative Presidents of the Americas organized by the Organization of American States (OAS). It has also been endorsed… Continue reading  Declaration on Parliamentary Openness

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

Blame and responsibilities

The financers of the Government, Parliament, constitution and legislations are to blame for the ungovernmental rules in South Africa - they pay the rulers and writers of legislations.   George Soros is one of them - look at the websites.    Billionaire socialist political investor George Soros is behind Black Lives Matter and the attempt to empty… Continue reading Blame and responsibilities

China Dodovu

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