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Oversight responsibility of Home Affairs Portfolio Committee

The Home Affairs Portfolio Committee is responsible for oversight of the Department of Home Affairs as well as the following statutory entities:

Government Printing Works

Independent Electoral Commission (IEC)

THE ROLE AND FUNCTIONS OF COMMITTEES IN PARLIAMENT (provided by Parliament)
In accordance with the powers given to it by the Constitution, the National Assembly establishes a range of committees with assigned powers and functions. The committees are required to report regularly on their activities and to make recommendations to the House for debate and decision. A large part of the Assembly’s role in the law‑making process happens in committees and much of its oversight over the executive is also done through committees, particularly the portfolio committees.

There is a portfolio committee for each corresponding government department. The composition of the committees reflects, as far as is practicable, the numerical strengths of the parties represented in the Assembly. That committee will deliberate on bills covering that department’s area of jurisdiction and scrutinise and report on its annual budget and strategic plan. As the people’s representatives, members of the committees determine whether government departments are delivering on what they promised and whether they are spending the public money they receive in a responsible manner. As part of their oversight work, committees may also do site visits where they find out directly from the people at ground level whether the government is delivering on its promises.

If a committee reports on a matter and makes certain recommendations, that report will be debated in a full sitting or plenary to give other members of the House an opportunity to engage with the content of the report. Once the report has been debated, the House decides whether to adopt the committee’s recommendations. The House may also decide only to note the report or it may refer the report back to the committee with an instruction to do further work

Broadly speaking, the mandates of Committees are to consider and process legislation referred to it; exercise oversight over the Department and entities reporting to it; consider international agreements referred to it; consider the budget vote of the Department and its entities; facilitate public participation in its processes; and to consider all other matters referred to it in terms of legislation and the Rules of Parliament

Working in Committees allows Parliament to:

  • Increase the amount of work that can be done
  • Ensure that issues can be debated in more detail than in plenary sessions
  • Increase the level of participation of Members of Parliament (MPs) in discussions
  • Enable MPs to develop expertise and in-depth knowledge of the specific Committee's area of work
  • Provide a platform for the public to present views directly to MPs, something which is not possible in a plenary sitting of Parliament
  • Provide an environment for Parliament to hear evidence and collect information related to the work of a specific Committee

Powers

Rule 167 of the National Assembly Rules (9th Edition) say that for the purposes of performing its functions  committee may, subject to the Constitution, legislation, the other provisions of these rules and resolutions of the Assembly –

  • Summon any person to appear before it to give evidence on oath or affirmation, or to produce documents
  • Receive petitions, representations or submissions from interested persons or institutions
  • Permit oral evidence on petitions, representations, submissions and any other matter before the committee
  • Conduct public hearings
  • Consult any Assembly or Council committee or subcommittee, or any joint committee or subcommittee
  • Determine its own working arrangements
  • Meet at a venue determined by it, which may be a venue beyond the seat of Parliament
  • Meet on any and at any time, including –
    • On a day which is not a working day
    • On a day on which the Assembly is not sitting
    • At a time when the Assembly is not sitting, or
    • During a recess
  • Exercise any other powers assigned to it by the Constitution, legislation, the other provisions of these rules or resolutions of the Assembly

Functions

A portfolio committee must:

  • deal with Bills and other matters falling within its portfolio as are referred to in terms of the Constitution, legislation, National Assembly Rules, the Joint Rules or by resolution of the Assembly
  • must maintain oversight of-
    • the exercise within its portfolio of national executive authority, including the implementation of legislation,
    • any executive organ of state falling within its portfolio
    • any constitutional institution falling within its portfolio, and
    • any other body or institution in respect of which oversight was assigned to it
  • may monitor, investigate, enquire into and make recommendations concerning any such executive organ of state, constitutional institution or other body or institution, including the legislative programme, budget, rationalisation, restructuring, functioning, organisation, structure, staff and policies of such organ of state, institution or other body or institution
  • may consult and liaise with any executive organ of state or constitution institution, and
  • must perform any other functions, tasks or duties assigned to it in terms of the Constitution, legislation, these rules, the Joint Rules or resolutions of the Assembly, including functions, tasks and duties concerning parliamentary oversight or supervision of such executive organs of state, constitutional institutions or other bodies or institutions


THE DIFFERENT COMMITTEES OF PARLIAMENT

Portfolio Committees
The National Assembly (NA) appoints from among its members a number of Portfolio Committees to shadow the work of the various national government departments.

Select Committees
The National Council of Provinces (NCOP) appoints from its permanent members a number of Select Committees to shadow the work of the various national government departments and to deal with Bills.

Because only 54 of the 90 NCOP Members are permanent delegates compared to the 400 of the NA, the Select Committees oversee the work of more than one national government department.

Public Accounts Committees
The National Assembly Standing Committee on Public Accounts acts as Parliament's watchdog over the way taxpayers' money is spent by the Executive. Every year the Auditor-General tables reports on the accounts and financial management of the various government departments and State institutions.

Heads of government departments and institutions are regularly called by this committee to report and account for expenditure. The Committee can recommend that the National Assembly takes corrective actions if necessary.

Internal Committees
The National Assembly has a number of internal committees that deal with matters affecting the running of Parliament. The Committees normally consist of senior Members of Parliament. The Rules Committee and its sub-committees deal with House rules, the budget of the House, support for Members, internal arrangements, and powers and privileges of members. Other internal Committees are the Programme Committee that plans the work of the Assembly, the Disciplinary Committee, and the Committee of Chairpersons.

The National Council of Provinces has its own domestic Committees. The Rules Committee and its subcommittees deal with the NCOP rules, the NCOP budget, parliamentary privileges, internal arrangements, international relations and delegated legislation. The Programme Committee plans the work of the NCOP and the Committee of Chairpersons make recommendations about the functioning of Committees and other NCOP forums.

Ad hoc Committees
Parliament or one of its Houses may appoint an ad hoc (temporary) Committee when a special task must be done. When the task is complete, the Committee is dissolved.

Joint Committees
The National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces together appoint a number of joint committees, for example the Constitutional Review Committee.

The Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence and the Joint Standing Committee on Defence are statutory Committees. This means that they are established, by the Constitution or by an Act of Parliament, as well as in terms of the rules of Parliament.

The committees play a very important role in the process of building democracy and involving the public in the processes and activities of Parliament.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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26 Nov 2019 DHA on strategies to resolve long queues at Home Affairs offices; with Deputy Minister
19 Nov 2019 2018 High-Level Panel Recommendations: DHA and IEC briefing; Fireblade Aviation facility and EOH Mthombo contracts: DHA updates, with the Deputy Minister
12 Nov 2019 Delimitation of municipal wards in preparation of 2021 Municipal Elections: MDB briefing
05 Nov 2019 Resolving DHA offices’ network downtime & ABIS Procurement process: DHA & SITA briefing; DHA on litigation case management system and categorizing of the cases; with Minister and Deputy Minister
29 Oct 2019 Issues that affect migrants and citizens: engagement with NGOs & stakeholders
22 Oct 2019 Impact of illegal migration on cities: input from Joburg & Ekurhuleni Mayors, SALGA & Minister
15 Oct 2019 Home Affairs Budgetary Review and Recommendations Report; Committee Report on Gauteng Oversight visit; 2019/20 Quarterl 1 performance
08 Oct 2019 Audit outcomes of Department and entities: AGSA briefing; DHA & IEC 2018/19 Annual Reports; with Minister
17 Sep 2019 State of province 2018/2019: Western Cape; Minister on matters affecting Department
10 Sep 2019 State of provinces 2018/2019: North West, Free State and KwaZulu-Natal
03 Sep 2019 State of provinces 2018/2019: Limpopo, Mpumalanga and Gauteng
20 Aug 2019 Department of Home Affairs Quarterly Performance, with Minister & Deputy
09 Jul 2019 Home Affairs Budget: Committee Report; Legacy Report
02 Jul 2019 DHA, IEC & Government Printing Works 2019/20 Annual Performance Plans; with Minister & Deputy Minister
02 Jul 2019 Election of Chairperson
25 Oct 2019 ATC191025: Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs Budgetary Review and Recommendation Report- 2019/20 Financial Year, Dated 15 October 2019
09 Jul 2019 ATC190709: Report of the Portfolio committee on Home Affairs on the Annual Performance Plans and Budget Vote 5 of the Department of Home Affairs, Dated 9 July 2019
14 Mar 2019 ATC190314: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs Inquiry on State Capture in Granting of Citizenship to Non South Africans, dated March 2019
13 Mar 2019 ATC190313: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs Inquiry on State Capture in Granting of Citizenship to Non South Africans, dated March 2019
12 Feb 2019 ATC190212: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Electoral Amendment Bill [B24- 2018], dated 12 February 2019
28 Nov 2018 ATC181128: Report of the Oversight Visit by the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs to Fireblade Aviation at OR Tambo International Airport and Desmond Tutu Refugee Reception in Gauteng Province, dated 27 November 2018.
28 Nov 2018 ATC181128: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Civil Union Amendment Bill [B 11 – 2018]), dated 28 November 2018
27 Nov 2018 ATC181127: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Electoral Laws Amendment Bill [B 33 – 2018] (National Assembly – section 75), dated 27 November 2018
24 Oct 2018 ATC181024: Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs Budgetary Review and Recommendation Report- 2017/18 Financial Year, dated 24 October 2018
28 Aug 2018 ATC180828: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Filling of a Vacancy in the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC), dated 28 August 2018
08 May 2018 ATC180508: Submission of a Legislative proposal: memorandum in terms of Rule 273 of the Rules of the National Assembly by the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs, dated 8 May 2018
24 Apr 2018 ATC180424: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Annual Performance Plans and Budget Vote 5 of the Department of Home Affairs Dated 24 April 2018
23 Nov 2017 ATC171123: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Refugees Amendment Bill [B12B - 2016] (National Assembly – Section 75), dated 23 November 2017
17 Oct 2017 ATC171017: Budgetary Review and Recommendation Report on the Performance of the Department of Home Affairs 2017, Dated, 17 October 2017
17 Oct 2017 ATC171017: Report of the Oversight Visit by the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs to Eastern Cape Province, dated 17 October 2017
16 May 2017 ATC170516: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Annual Performance Plan and Budget Vote 5 of the Department of Home Affairs, Dated 16 May 2017
08 Mar 2017 ATC170308: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs Budgetary Review and Recommendation Report on the Performance of the Department of Home Affairs for 2015/16 Financial Year, dated 1 March 2017
08 Mar 2017 ATC170308: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Refugees Amendment Bill [B12-2016] (National Assembly – sec 75), dated 8 March 2017
07 Mar 2017 ATC170307: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Border Management Authority Bill [B9-2016] (National Assembly – sec 75), dated 7 March 2017
21 Feb 2017 ATC170221: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) Second and Third Term Expenditure and Performance Reports for 2016/20167 dated-21 February 2017
21 Feb 2017 ATC170221: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Public Hearings on the Refugeees Amendment Bill [B12-2016], dated 21 February 2017
19 Apr 2016 ATC160419: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Annual Performance Plan and Budget Vote 5 of the Department of Home Affairs, dated 19 April 2016
17 Mar 2016 ATC160317: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the introduction of the Immigration Amendment Bill [B5 – 2016], dated 15 March 2016
15 Mar 2016 ATC160315: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Filling of a Vacancy in the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC), dated 15 March 2016
16 Feb 2016 ATC160216: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs in terms of National Assembly Rule 239(3), dated 16 February 2016
18 Nov 2015 ATC151118: Submission of a Legislative Proposal: Memorandum in terms of rule 238 of the rules of the National Assembly by the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs, dated 18 November 2015
29 Oct 2015 ATC151029: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Local Government: Municipal Electoral Amendment Bill [B 22 – 2015] (National Assembly – sec 75), dated 29 October 2015
28 Oct 2015 ATC151028: Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs Budgetary Review and Recommendation Report- 2014/15 Financial Year, dated 27 October 2015
08 Sep 2015 ATC150908: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the petition for 12-month suspension of certain immigration provisions to conduct regulatory impact assessment, submitted in terms of National Assembly Rule 312 (Mr. J Vos), dated 8 September 2015.
20 Aug 2015 ATC150820: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the oversight visit to the Northern Cape Province, dated 18 August 2015
19 Aug 2015 ATC150819: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the filling of a vacancy in the Electoral Commission, dated 19 August 2015
04 Aug 2015 ATC150804: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Refugees Amendment Bill [B19 - 2015], dated 4 August 2015.
20 May 2015 ATC150520: Submission of a Legislative Proposal: Memorandum in terms of Rule 238 of the Rules of the National Assembly by the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs, dated 19 May 2015
13 May 2015 ATC150513: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on oversight visit to Gauteng Province, dated 12 May 2015.
22 Apr 2015 ATC150422: Report of the Portfolio Committee On Home Affairs on the Annual Performance Plan and Budget Vote 5 of the Department of Home Affairs, dated 21 April 2015
24 Feb 2015 Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the nomination of an Electoral Commissioner, dated 24 February 2015
23 Oct 2014 ATC141027: Budgetary Review and Recommendation Report (BRRR) of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the performance of the Department of Home Affairs and its entities for the 2013/14 financial year, dated 23 October 2014
16 Sep 2014 ATC140917: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on an oversight visit to the Office of the Department of Home Affairs in Barrack Street, Cape Town, dated 16 September 2014
04 Sep 2014 ATC140904: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Order of the Constitutional Court, Case Number CCT 116/14 and the Judgment and Recommendation of the Electoral Court of South Africa, Case Number EC 05/14, dated 4 September 2014
29 Jul 2014 ATC140910: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs (the Committee) on an Induction Workshop held on 29 July 2014, dated 9 September 2014
08 Jul 2014 ATC140711: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Annual Performance Plan and Budget Vote 4 of the Department of Home Affairs, dated 8 July 2014
11 Mar 2014 ATC140327: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on its activities undertaken during the 4th Parliament (May 2009 – March 2014), dated 11 March 2014.
11 Mar 2014 ATC140327: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on its activities undertaken during the 4th Parliament (May 2009 – March 2014), dated 11 March 2014.
22 Oct 2013 ATC131023: Budgetary Review and Recommendation Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Performance of the Department of Home Affairs for the 2012/13 Financial Year, dated 22 October 2013
18 Sep 2013 ATC130918: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Electoral Amendment Bill [B22 – 2013] (National Assembly – section 75), dated 18 September 2013
30 Jul 2013 ATC130730: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Electoral Amendment Bill [PMB 2 - 2013], dated 30 July 2013
30 Apr 2013 ATC130503: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Annual Performance Plan and Budget Vote 4 of the Department of Home Affairs and its Entities, dated 30 April 2013
31 Oct 2012 ATC121102: The Budgetary Review and Recommendation Report (BRRR) of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the Performance of the Department of Home Affairs for the 2011/12 Financial Year, dated 31 October 2012
07 Aug 2012 ATC120814: Report of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on the study tour to the Russian Federation, dated 7 August 2012
24 Apr 2012 ATC120424: Report on Annual Performance Plan and  Budget Vote 4
21 Jun 2011 ATC110621: Report on Refugees Amendment Bill [B 30 B– 2010]
21 Jun 2011 ATC110621: Report on Immigration Amendment Bill [B 32B – 2010]
28 Apr 2011 ATC110428: Report on Nomination of a judge to serve on the Electoral Commission
29 Mar 2011 ATC110329: Report on Strategic Plan and Budget Vote 4 of the Department of Home Affairs and Entities
16 Nov 2010 ATC101116: Report on Refugees Amendment Bill [B 30 – 2010]
16 Nov 2010 ATC101116: Report on Births and Deaths Registration Amendment Bill [B18B-2010]
12 Nov 2010 ATC101112: Report on South African Citizenship Amendment Bill [B 17B - 2010]
13 Apr 2010 ATC100413: Report on Budget Vote 4 and Strategic plan 2010– 2012 of the Department of Home Affairs
23 Mar 2010 ATC100323: Report on Strategic Plan & Budget Vote 4 of the Department of Home Affairs & its Entities
10 Nov 2009 ATC091110: Report on Agreement between the Government of RSA & Government of Kingdom of Lesotho on the Facilitation of Cross-Border Movement of Citizens of the Republic of South Africa and the Kingdom of Lesotho
18 Feb 2009 ATC090218: Report on Films and Publications Amendment Bill
22 Oct 2008 ATC081022: Report on Financial Statements of Vote 4 – 2007-2008
21 Oct 2008 ATC081021: Report on “Who Am I Online” project
26 Aug 2008 ATC080826: Report on Refugees Amendment Bill
01 Aug 2008 ATC080801: Report on Films and Publications Amendment Bill
04 Jun 2008 ATC080604: Report on Refugees Amendment Bill
Report: Immigration Amendment Bill [B 32 – 2010]
03 Dec 2019 NW1257 by Mrs S J Graham - (a) What are the reasons that his department has ...
03 Dec 2019 NW1252 by Ms A T Khanyile - (1)What (a) is the current vacancy rate at his ...
03 Dec 2019 NW1254 by Ms A T Khanyile - What was the average turnaround time of his ...
03 Dec 2019 NW1256 by Mrs S J Graham - (a) Why has the gender of a certain person (name ...
02 Dec 2019 NW1253 by Ms A T Khanyile - What is the (a) extent of the current backlog in ...
02 Dec 2019 NW1587 by MS L L Van Der Merwe (IFP)) to ask the Minister of Home Affairs - What number of applications by foreign nationals ...
02 Dec 2019 NW1196 by Mr A C Roos - In light of the Foreign Mission Observation ...
02 Dec 2019 NW1628 by MS M O Clarke - What (a) are the reasons that no mobile units are ...
02 Dec 2019 NW1505 by Mr N Singh - (1)Whether his department has offices in the ...
02 Dec 2019 NW1305 by Mr D Bergman - (1) What number of asylum seekers who are ...
22 Nov 2019 NW1292 by Mr A C Roos - (1)With regard to High Court review applications ...
22 Nov 2019 NW1197 by Mr A C Roos - (1)With regard to litigation against his ...
21 Nov 2019 NW1310 by Mrs G Opperman - Whether his department has put any measures in ...
30 Oct 2019 NW1084 by A C ROOS - With regard to case number 77944/2016 in the ...
23 Oct 2019 NW981 by Mr A C Roos - What are the details of the (a) progress of the ...
21 Oct 2019 NW1168 by Mr L J Basson - Whether his department incurred any costs related ...
21 Oct 2019 NW607 by Mr V Pambo - (a) What number of visa applications were denied ...
21 Oct 2019 NW1017 by Mr. J J Mcgluwa - (a) On what date was the contract to accommodate ...
21 Oct 2019 NW535 by Mr J J McGluwa - Whether his department has any monitoring systems ...
07 Oct 2019 NW920 by Mrs C Phillips - Whether any raids/inspections have been carried ...
07 Oct 2019 NW909 by Ms A T Khanyile - (1) What total number of (a) hospitals in the ...
07 Oct 2019 NW1032 by Dr A Lotriet - (1) What is the total number of voting districts ...
07 Oct 2019 NW1018 by J J Mcgluwa - (a) Which charter flights and/or airline(s) are ...
07 Oct 2019 NW902 by Mr A C Roos - Whether he will engage with the executive mayors ...
07 Oct 2019 NW801 by Mr A C Roos - With reference to the statement of the former ...
07 Oct 2019 NW982 by Mr. A C Roos - In light of the roll-out of Smart Card Identity ...
25 Sep 2019 NW797 by Mr L T Tito - (1)(a) What amount was spent on advertising by ...
25 Sep 2019 NW803 by Ms T A Khanyile - Whether he will take any steps to re-allocate his ...
20 Sep 2019 NW833 by Mr J J McGluwa - (1)Whether he has been informed of the various ...
17 Sep 2019 NW832 by Mr J J McGluwa - Whether, with reference to providing protection ...
17 Sep 2019 NW833 by Mr J J McGluwa - (1)Whether he has been informed of the various ...
03 Sep 2019 NW462 by Mr A C Roos - What (a) is the total number of his department’s ...
03 Sep 2019 NW234 by Mr M S F Freitas - With regard to tourist visas issued by his ...
27 Aug 2019 NW380 by Mr A C Roos - What (a) number of asylum seekers have currently ...
26 Aug 2019 NW349 by Ms L L van der Merwe - What were the main reasons cited in the ...
21 Aug 2019 NW362 by Mr M Chetty - What (a) number of official international trips ...
13 Aug 2019 NW277 by Mr I S Seitlholo - What (a) total amount is budgeted for his private ...
05 Aug 2019 NW381 by Mr A C Roos - (a) What actions were taken by his department to ...
05 Aug 2019 NW254 by Mr J J McGluwa - Whether he has been informed of any serious ...
05 Aug 2019 NW317 by Mr J J Mcgluva - What plans does he have in place to address the ...
05 Aug 2019 NW379 by Mr A C Roos - What (a) is the planned date for the reopening of ...
05 Aug 2019 NW414 by Mr J J Mcgluwa - (1) What is the current outstanding number of ...
24 Jul 2019 NW233 by Mr M S F de Freitas - (1)How are the cruise ships that are docking on ...
24 Jul 2019 NW253 by Mr J J Mcgluva - Whether there is any (a) office or (b) mobile ...
24 Jul 2019 NW97 by Ms L L van der Merve ( - (a) What number of cases with regard to ...
24 Jul 2019 NW172 by MrJ J Mcgluva - (1) Whether, with reference to the fines that are ...
17 Jul 2019 NW138 by Ms L L van der Merwe - In light of his statement that he intends to ...
17 Jul 2019 NW122 by Mr J J Mcgluwa - Whether any persons whose asylum application was ...
17 Jul 2019 NW139 by Ms L L van der Merwe - What steps does he intend to take to deal with ...
08 Jul 2019 NW121 by Mr J J McGluwa - (1) What are the basic requirements for asylum ...

All questions to the Minister

Bill name Date introduced Number Status
Electoral Laws Amendment Bill 12 Oct 2018 B33-2018 Act commenced
Electoral Amendment Bill - Mr M Waters (DA) 12 Jul 2018 B24-2018 Rejected
Immigration Amendment Draft Bill 05 Jun 2018 X-2018
Civil Union Amendment Bill - Ms D Carter (COPE) 15 May 2018 B11-2018 Under consideration by the National Council of Provinces.
Refugees Amendment Bill 16 Sep 2016 B12-2016 The bill has been signed into law.
Border Management Authority Bill 24 May 2016 B9-2016 Under consideration by the National Assembly.
Immigration Amendment Bill 17 Mar 2016 B5-2016 The bill has been signed into law.
Immigration Amendment Bill 11 Dec 2015 X-2015
Local Government: Municipal Electoral Amendment Bill 02 Sep 2015 B22-2015 Act commenced
Refugees Amendment Bill 04 Aug 2015 B19-2015 Act commenced
Refugees Amendment Draft Bill 19 Jun 2015 X-2015
Electoral Amendment Bill 24 Jul 2013 B22-2013 Act commenced
Immigration Amendment Bill 01 Oct 2010 B32-2010 Act commenced
Refugees Amendment Bill 13 Sep 2010 B30-2010 The bill has been signed into law.
Local Government: Municipal Electoral Amendment Bill 20 Aug 2010 B27-2010 Act commenced
2010 South African Citizenship Amendment Bill 15 Jul 2010 B17-2010 Act commenced
Births And Deaths Registration Amendment Bill 15 Jul 2010 B18-2010 Act commenced
Civil Union Bill 12 Sep 2009 B26-2006 Act commenced
Refugees Amendment Bill 13 Mar 2008 B11-2008 The bill has been signed into law.
Immigration Amendment Bill 13 Sep 2006 B28-2006 Act commenced
Films and Publications Amendment Bill 14 Jun 2006 B27-2006 Act commenced
Electoral Amendment Bill - Mr J Selfe (DA) PMB2-2013 Withdrawn
2019 14 meetings Attendance rate 78%
Detailed attendance data by committee and MP

Contact

Secretary of Committee:

Eddie Mathonsi

Tel: 021 403 3826

Cell: 083 709 8523 / 084 630 1992

Email: emathonsi@parliament.gov.za

Secretary To Chairperson:

Babalwa Nkangana

Tel: 021 403 3125

Email: bnkangana@parliament.gov.za

 

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