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ParlyWatch Oct 11
The Public Accounts Committee meeting at the is taking place behind closed doors this afternoon. ParlyWatch monitor told that only members allowed and no reasons given.
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RSApolitics Oct 2
LIVE | Public Protector finds Bathabile Dlamini didn't mislead Parliament over Sassa grants saga ?
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ParlyWatch Oct 2
Monitoring the Budget Committee in the Western Cape Provincial Parliament. On the agenda: briefing by Treasury on Annual Reports and briefing by Auditor General on audit outcomes.
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DullahOmarInstitute Sep 26
Replying to @osfsa @DemocracyWomen
we encourage one law for governance, appointments and dismissals of SOE Boards. This must limit political interference, increase transparency and public participation to protect public money and improve SOE public services.
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DullahOmarInstitute Sep 26
Replying to @osfsa @DemocracyWomen
the people of South Africa - the main stakeholders of , must be heard and our lived experiences of prioritised! The billions lost to bailouts of have dire consequences for all, especially for poor and working class people.
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DullahOmarInstitute Sep 26
we demand clear consequences for the looting of funds. We encourage you to insist on clear oversight and accountability in your recommendations. Members of the public deserve more than another inquiry with no consequences.
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DullahOmarInstitute Sep 26
Replying to @osfsa @DemocracyWomen
in your recommendations, we urge you to prioritise the concerns of ordinary South Africans. They, as the primary victims of , deserve justice for years of rising poverty levels & deepening inequality.
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ParlyWatch Sep 18
ParlyWatch monitors attended the Joint Sitting of the NA and NCOP discussing GBV. The president promised R1.1 billion for the emergency plan but will have to come from from existing budget.
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ParlyWatch Sep 18
Today we have 2 monitors in Parliament. One monitoring SCOPA and the other PC on Police.
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ParlyWatch Sep 17
We monitored the Portfolio Committee on Communications today. The committee discussed the SABC turnaround strategy. The board did not come with clear solutions except, it seems wanting more money from government.
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Athandiwe Saba Sep 14
Jongilanga Senior Secondary School teachers heartbroken and angry at the war against women and children. "We have 100% pass rate but there is little support for us. Three children have been killed in our area yet none of the perpetrators have been found."
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Athandiwe Saba Sep 14
Today the whole village e Qokolweni, Dutywa bid Aviwe Wellem farewell, with no camera's or fanfare. It is our duty to follow this story until the murderer and rapist is behind bars. there are no leads, nothing. This cannot be! Do your job.
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ParlyWatch Sep 12
Replying to @jsteenhuisen
AND 2/2. If his employment is officially terminated by not renewing his contract he will leave with a clean record with no findings.
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ParlyWatch Sep 12
Replying to @jsteenhuisen
asked the Speaker if it would not make more sense to wait for the secretary to parliament's contract to expire end Nov. She responded no because 1/2. the sooner this matter is resolved the better. Even if it is only two months sooner.
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ParlyWatch Sep 12
Replying to @ParlyWatch
The closed meeting took up the full one hour of their lunch time meeting. The Speaker, Thandi Modise, had very little time to provide feedback on the suspended secretary to parliament.
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ParlyWatch Sep 12
Minister Cele presented annual crime stats to the PC on Police in Parliament this morning. Sexual offences up by 4.6%.
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ParlyWatch Sep 12
ParlyWatch monitored the release of crime stats today. Similar to last year the venue was too small for the level of interest and the hour scheduled was not sufficient. The PC on Police will meet again next week Wednesday to engage in more detail.
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Women's Legal Centre Sep 11
WLC Director Seehaam Samaai with the 14 released students outside of the court, where they have been released with no prosecution.
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ParlyWatch Sep 11
The Joint Standing Committee on the Financial Management of Parliament meeting behind closed doors. Dealing with the suicide of Mr Garane.
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Jan Gerber Sep 11
. is closing a meeting on a report on the suicide of Lennox Garane on the parliamentary precinct last year. His family expressed serious concern about his working conditions at Parliament
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