Parliamentary Q & A


President's Replies to Questions for Written Reply in The National Assembly and National Council of Provinces

52. Mr M Khawula (IFP-KZN) to ask the President of the Republic: (1) How many (a) Ministers and (b) Deputy Ministers are members of the opposition parties;

02 September 2014

The Presidentís replies to Parliamentary Oral Questions, National Assembly

1. Ms J L Fubbs (ANC) to ask the President of the Republic: (1) Given that South Africa pursued the Growth Employment and Redistribution plan and the Accelerated Shared Growth Initiative for South Africa, (a) what is the relationship of the New Growth Path to the National Development Plan (NDP) and (b) where does the Industrial Policy Action Plan fit in the context of the NDP;

21 August 2014

The Presidentís Replies to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply

442. Mr M S Seshoka (DA) to ask the President of the Republic: Whether, as reported by the Presidency on 7 March 2014 that FIFA will investigate allegations of match fixing (details furnished), the investigation into the allegation of match fixing involving Bafana Bafanna in the lead up to the 2010 Soccer World Cup tournament has been concluded by FIFA; if not, when will the investigation be concluded; if so, what (a) are the recommendations and (b) action will he take in this regard? NW525E

19 August 2014

The Presidentís Replies to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply

12. Adv A de W Alberts (FF Plus) to ask the President of the Republic: Whether he has received the final report of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) into irregularities in the Midvaal local authority, as authorised by Proclamation R33 of 2011, from the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services; if so,

13 August 2014

The Presidentís Replies to National Assembly Questions for Written Reply

112. Mr B M Bhanga (Cope) to ask the President of the Republic: What are the reasons that led to him not travelling to Davos for the World Economic Forum? NW117E

08 April 2014

The Presidentís Replies to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply

Internal Question Paper No. 36 of 2013 453. Mr H B Groenewald (DA-NW) to ask the President of the Republic: (1)(a) What are the total costs of running his property in Nkandla in each (i) month and (ii) year thus far, (b) what are the future estimated costs of running the property and (c) how much has been (i) budgeted for and (ii) spent thus far on running the property;

18 December 2013

The President's replies to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply

Internal Question Paper No. 33 of 2013 2829. Dr P J Groenewald (FF Plus) to ask the President of the Republic:Ü (1) (a) With reference to his reply to question 6 for oral reply on 15 March 2012, what progress has been made with the presidential pardoning process of persons who were already specified by him in October 2010 and (b) when are these specified persons expected to receive a pardon; (2) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

22 November 2013

The Presidentís replies to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply

Mr M G P Lekota (Cope) to ask the President of the Republic: Whether, in view of the fact that, by the 2014-15 financial year, the Government would have added more than R1 trillion to its stock of debt since 2008 and increased the annual debt servicing costs to R100 billion, he intends to take steps to reduce the size of (a) the Cabinet and (b) government in other spheres of government; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

12 November 2013

The Presidentís replies to Parliamentary Oral Questions

With reference to the resolution of the African Union on 12 October 2013 to request the International Criminal Court to suspend cases against serving heads of state and more particularly against the leaders of Kenya and Sudan, what is the Governmentís position with regard to the accusation that delaying trials until leaders are no longer holding office may (a) not offer victims of acts of alleged violence redress against such leaders and (b) result in an increase in the temptation to extend the terms of office of sitting presidents in order to avoid possible prosecution?

06 November 2013

The Presidentís Replies to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply

Whether he has taken any steps to ensure that 500 000 permanent jobs would be created in order to (a) decrease the rate of unemployment, (b) stimulate the economy, (c) increase government revenue and (d) achieve a primary balance in the next Budget; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

04 November 2013

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