Korrupsie vergaderings – Corruption – meetings

Gepraat van korrupsie - hoeveel tyd gaan verlore met al die wanordes en vuisgevegte, tydens amptelike vergaderings?   Heelwat lede in parlement sowel as munisipale vergaderings loop oor in gevegte.   Dis tog so maklik om tyd te steel, aangesien dit nie hulle tyd is nie, maar die belastingbetalers sin.   Dit kos geld om enige vergadering te… Continue reading Korrupsie vergaderings – Corruption – meetings

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

SA Expropriation Bill March 2021

Die Suid-Afrikaanse parlement woeker steeds voort met hul dieperliggende rassistiese en diskriminerende agenda om grond en alle bates af te neem wat hul pas en sonder vergoeding te wettig, daarom wil hulle so graag hul eie grondwet wysig soos dit hulle pas.   Dis 'n internasionale misdaad om teen sekere minderheidsvolke te diskrimineer soos swart bemagtiging,… Continue reading SA Expropriation Bill March 2021

Constitution – SA

Grants are only one part of constitution.  The Joint Fund to Promote and Advance Constitutionalism in South Africa (Constitutionalism Fund – CF) is a collaboration between The Atlantic Philanthropies, the Ford Foundation and The Open Society Foundations, with a combined investment of US$25 million to be spent on grantmaking over a ten to twelve year… Continue reading Constitution – SA

Article 25 of Constitution – Expropriation – Parliament-Afriforum

Parliament, Tuesday 15 September 2020 – Parliament is opposing AfriForum’s application to the High Court Western Cape Division (Cape Town), asking the court to declare Parliament’s adoption of the Joint Constitutional Review Committee (CRC) report on the possible review of Section 25 of the Constitution constitutionally invalid. * Parliament’s basis for opposing this application – scheduled… Continue reading Article 25 of Constitution – Expropriation – Parliament-Afriforum

Cape Colony – Parliament

The oldest section of the buildings of Parliament, which today houses the National Council of Provinces, was completed in 1885. The original design was by Charles FREEMAN. Various financial and building problems were experienced and the project was re-allocated to the Scottish architect Henry GREAVES, who had just joined the DEPARTMENT OF THE PUBLIC WORKS.… Continue reading Cape Colony – Parliament

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

Land Reform – 2020 -Expropriation Bill

  The Inter-Ministerial Committee on Land Reform on Expropriation Bill set to replace Expropriation Act of 1975 that is inconsistent with the Constitution.   Die volgende persverklaring is uitgereik rakende die Wetsontwerp op die Ministeriële Komitee vir Grondhervorming oor Onteiening  wat die Onteieningswet van 1975 vervang wat strydig is met die Grondwet.  Die wetsontwerp is 'n… Continue reading Land Reform – 2020 -Expropriation Bill

Parliament – Salaries 2020 – the elites

  A statement in the media made on 18 June 2020 that top earning public office-bearers in Chapter Nine institutions that are pocketing more than R1.5 million a year are likely not to receive salary increases.   Parliament is set to receive a recommendation from the justice and correctional portfolio committee backing the salary freeze as… Continue reading Parliament – Salaries 2020 – the elites

SABC-mandate-funding – SAUK-mandaat-befondsing

Wat spel die presiese mandaat uit van die SAUK en deur wie word hulle befonds.    Lees gerus meer inligting hieroor na.   * Meet the Board members of the SABC https://www.sabc.co.za/sabc/sabc-board/ MANDATE The main object of the Corporation is to supply broadcasting and information services and services that are ancillary thereto, to the general… Continue reading SABC-mandate-funding – SAUK-mandaat-befondsing

James, Wilmot Godfrey

He was born in Paarl.  In 2009 James became a Member of Parliament with the Democratic Alliance, South Africa's opposition party.  He was appointed Shadow Minister of Higher Education, and later moved to the Basic Education portfolio. In 2010 he was elected federal chairperson of the party unopposed, a post he held for five years.… Continue reading James, Wilmot Godfrey

Traditional houses – South Africa

  Traditional affairs (2018-2019)   - It was stated in parliament that this is only for the KhoiSan and different ethnic black groups of people in South Africa,  but how is it working?   No idea who gave South African parliament or ministers the "mandate" if there are different ethnic traditional leaders, perhaps the different Houses of… Continue reading Traditional houses – South Africa

Sona2020 South Africa “Take your seats” “Order”

Sy kon geen beheer oor die Parlementslede uitoefen nie. It was reported in the media that the speaker, Thandi Modise has promised that she would apply the rules of Parliament when the EFF tries to disrupt the State of the Nation Address by Ramaphosa and - she didn't.   Time and again she was overruled and… Continue reading Sona2020 South Africa “Take your seats” “Order”

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

Ministerial handbook – 2019

  Guide for Members of the Executive (Ministerial Handbook) 2019 APPROVED BY THE PRESIDENT EFFECTIVE DATE: 8 JUNE 2019 * 2019-06-26 CHAPTER 6 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL 1. Travel by Ministers and Deputy Ministers 1.1 Ministers and Deputy Ministers may travel on official visits abroad if these are essential, in the national interest and with due regard… Continue reading Ministerial handbook – 2019

Australia – Federation (6 states)

  Australia is a federation of six states which, together with two self-governing territories, have their own constitutions, parliaments, governments and laws. This infosheet is about the national or central government, usually called the Federal Government, Commonwealth Government or Australian Government. However, state and territory governments are also based on the same principle of parliamentary… Continue reading Australia – Federation (6 states)

Parliament SA: Expropriation without compensation – Constitution

Parliament, Thursday, 5 December 2019 – The Ad Hoc Committee to Initiate and Introduce Legislation Amending Section 25 of the Constitution today agreed to have the draft Constitution Eighteenth Amendment Bill which aims to amend the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa of 1996 so as to provide that where land and any improvements thereon… Continue reading Parliament SA: Expropriation without compensation – Constitution

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

MP’s and Ministgers/deputies failed to pay their subsidized rent

  Houses for MPs set taxpayer back R744m Cabinet ministers and their deputies, who each earn up to R2.4 m a year and are tasked with driving the government’s user-pay principle, are failing to keep up with relatively cheap rentals for their lavish ministerial homes.   The ministers owe the state a combined R1.3m in outstanding… Continue reading MP’s and Ministgers/deputies failed to pay their subsidized rent