Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership BillCall for comments opened 07 September 2018 Share this page:
Submissions are now closed (since 19 September 2018)
The Select Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs invites interested people and stakeholders to submit written comments on the Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill [B23B-2015].
Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill seeks to provide for the recognition of traditional and Khoi-San communities, leadership positions and for the withdrawal of such recognition; to provide for the functions and roles of traditional and Khoi-San leaders; to provide for the recognition, establishment, functions, roles and administration of kingship or queenship councils, principal traditional councils, traditional councils, Khoi-San councils and traditional sub-councils, as well as the support to such councils; to provide for the establishment, composition and functioning of the National House of Traditional and Khoi-San Leaders; to provide for the establishment of provincial houses of traditional and Khoi-San leaders; to provide for the establishment and composition of local houses of traditional and Khoi-San leaders; to provide for the establishment and operation of the Commission on Traditional Leadership Dispute and Claims, and the Advisory Committee on Khoi-San Matters; to provide for a code of conduct for members of the National House, provincial houses, local houses and all traditional and Khoi-San councils; to provide for regulatory powers of the Minister and Premiers; to provide for transitional arrangements; to amend certain Acts; to provide for the repeal of legislation; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
Submissions can be forwarded to Moses Manele at firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Wednesday, 19 September 2018
For any enquiries please contact Moses Manele at 021 403 3823 or 083 709 8534
You can track the progress of the bill in Parliament here