Study Tour Report: discussion; First Term Committee Programme: adoption

Sports, Arts and Culture

25 November 2003
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SPORT AND RECREATION PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE

SPORT AND RECREATION PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE
25 November 2003
STUDY TOUR REPORT: DISCUSSION; FIRST TERM COMMITTEE PROGRAMME: ADOPTION

Chairperson:
Ms R Bhengu

Relevant documents
Limpopo Study Tour Report
Northern Cape Study Tour Report
Analysis of Northwest Study Tour Report
Committee Programme: First Quarter 2004 (Appendix)

SUMMARY
The Committee considered the Committee Programme for the first quarter of 2004 as well the study tour report. The Committee agreed that further recommendations be added to the report. Members did not constitute a quorum and could therefore not adopt the study tour report. The Committee adopted the Committee Programme.

MINUTES
The Committee considered the Committee Programme for the first quarter of 2004.

Committee Programme
Mr I Ncinane (ANC) suggested that the presentations by Gymnastics South Africa and South African Rugby Football Union (SARFU) on 27 and 28 January 2004 respectively be merged to take place on one day.

The Chairperson explained that the meeting with SARFU would be a long one. There were a number of poignant issues to be addressed in the meeting, including the spates of racism before the Rugby World Cup this year. She added that the study tour report would take some time before completion in its new format.

Mr J Louw (ANC) suggested that the report be dealt with between Parliamentary recess and the date of its adoption in Parliament.

The Chairperson agreed.

The Committee then adopted the Programme.

Study Tour Report
The Chairperson led the Committee through the study tour report. The Committee suggested several technical amendments which will be incorporated.

Recommendations
The Committee agreed that a number of points be added as recommendations. The Budget should be biased towards provinces experiencing lack of funding. The Committee should meet with the Education Portfolio Committee to discuss school sport. There should be permanent structures for the organisation of indigenous sport. The role played by Bakers Biscuits in youth cricket must be mentioned in the report. Municipalities keeping facilities locked so that the surrounding communities could not use them should be mentioned by name in the report. The Committee should meet with sponsors to discuss the sponsoring of some and not other codes of sport.

Members could not vote on the report as there was no quorum. The Chairperson suggested that the meeting reconvene the following day to adopt the report.

Meeting was adjourned.

PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON SPORT AND RECREATION

DRAFT PROGRAMME FOR 2004

Date

Time frame

Activity /Agenda

Persons responsible

Venue

Comments

27.01.2004

09h00-11h00

Presentation by Chess and Gymnastics on year plans

CHESS & GYMNASTICS

To be announced

28.01.2004

09h00 - 11h00

Briefing by SARFU on Rugby World Cup and allegations on racism

SARFU

29.01.2004

09h00 -11h00

SRSA and SASC to brief the Committee on year plans

SRSA & SASC

03.02.2004

09h00 -11h00

Invitation of Playing for Peace, SCORE and Sport for All to discuss sponsorship

SCORE

04.02.2004

09h00 - 11h00

United Cricket Board to brief the Committee on transformation progress

UCB

05.02.2004

09h00 - 11h00

Briefing by SRSA, SASC and Education department on school sport agreements

Debriefing on all briefings and evaluation of findings

 

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