That week in Parliament

The Week Ahead: The President and Legislation top the agenda

19-06-2017
The President's oral question session in the National Assembly chamber is the high point of the parliamentary week. Question Time occurs in both the National Assembly and the NCOP and is one of the ways Parliament scrutinises the work of the executive. ...

The week ahead:Youth Day Debates & Question Time with the Deputy President

12-06-2017
Even with a public holiday to compress the parliamentary week, there is a fair bit of action scheduled into the available three days (Parliament is sitting from Tuesday to Thursday). In the NA chamber, the most significant event will be the appearance by ...

The Week Ahead: Parliament Getting Down to Business

05-06-2017
There are four more weeks left in this term and the programme has a familiar pattern: it includes oral questions to the Executive, Members’ statements, policy debates, Committee oversight and scrutiny and processing of assorted Bills, statutory ...

The Week Ahead: President Zuma & Parliament’s budget vote in the spotlight

29-05-2017
Parliament has scheduled a broad and busy programme in the main chambers as well as in the committee corridor. The main plenary event will be the debate on the Presidency's budget vote scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. In their speeches, the ...

The Week Ahead: Budget Vote Debates - Round Two

22-05-2017
It’s the second of week of budget debates in the National Assembly and the frenetic pace of committee meetings and mini-plenary sessions continue. On Tuesday, the Ministers of Trade and Industry, Police and Finance will take to the podium to present ...

 

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