Parliamentary Q & A


Oral Replies by His Excellency President Jacob Zuma, at the National Assembly, Cape Town

4. Ms H H Malgas (ANC) to ask the President of the Republic: With reference to his response to the debate of his address at the Annual Opening of the National House of Traditional Leaders in Cape Town on 12 March 2014, what are the latest developments in finalising the formal recognition of Khoi and San leaders as indigenous leaders in the country of their birth? NO1020E

16 April 2015

President Jacob Zuma's Written Reply to Questions in the National Assembly

1. Whether, with reference to his reply to question 2251 on 24 November 2014, he can provide the (a) agendas and (b) minutes for the National Nuclear Energy Executive Coordination Committee (NNEECC) meetings held on (i) 10 October 2013, (ii) 20 May 2014, (iii) 22 July 2014, (iv) 30 July 2014 and (v) 5 September 2014;

27 March 2015

National Assembly Questions for Oral Reply by President Jacob Zuma

1. Mr E M Mthethwa (ANC) to ask the President of the Republic (1) Whether, since his State of the Nation Address on 17 June 2014 and his pronouncement at the provincial local government summit in Midrand, Johannesburg, on 18 September 2014, there has been any progress in the implementation of the Back-to-Basics approach to local government;

11 March 2015

President Jacob Zuma Replies to Parliamentary Questions of August 2014

4. Ms H H Malgas (ANC) to ask the President of the Republic: With reference to his response to the debate of his address at the Annual Opening of the National House of Traditional Leaders in Cape Town on 12 March 2014, what are the latest developments in finalising the formal recognition of Khoi and San leaders as indigenous leaders in the country of their birth? NO1020E

26 February 2015

President Jacob Zuma’s Reply to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply, National Assembly

Mr J H Steenhuisen (DA) to ask the President of the Republic: Whether he attended a meeting at the Southern Sun Maputo hotel in Maputo, Mozambique, on 18 January 2015; if so, (a) what are the names of the people who were in attendance at the meeting, (b) what was the nature of the meeting and (c) what issues were discussed at the meeting? NW329E

26 February 2015

President Zuma submits August Replies to Parliament

4.Ms H H Malgas (ANC) to ask the President of the Republic: With reference to his response to the debate of his address at the Annual Opening of the National House of Traditional Leaders in Cape Town on 12 March 2014, what are the latest developments in finalising the formal recognition of Khoi and San leaders as indigenous leaders in the country of their birth? NO1020E

10 February 2015

President Jacob Zuma’s replies to Parliamentary questions for Written Reply

Prof NM Khubisa (NFP) to ask the President of the Republic: (a) What is the (i) latest report that he can provide to the National Assembly with regard to the Special Envoys he sent to monitor the Israel-Palestine conflict and (ii) amount of the expenses that have been incurred and (b) have they concluded their assignment?

12 December 2014

President Jacob Zuma’s Replies to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply

Adv HC Schmidt (DA) to ask the President of the Republic: Given the recent decision of the Government that the One Environmental System be implemented on 8 December 2014, will he (a) sign the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment Bill {B15-2013} into law and/or (b) refer the Bill back to Parliament for further consideration?

08 December 2014

President Jacob Zuma's Replies to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply, National Assembly

The Leader of the Opposition (DA) to ask the President of the Republic: Which meetings were (a) scheduled for his planned trip to London in the United Kingdom on 27 October 2014 and (b) still to be scheduled at the time of the cancellation of the trip? NW 2803E

24 November 2014

The President’s Replies to Parliamentary Questions for Written Reply, National Assembly

Question No: 1880 Date Published: 17 October 2014 Mr AM Shaik Emam (NFP) to ask the President of the Republic: 1. With reference to his various addresses to South Africans where he emphasized the need for commitment from all levels of government to accelerate service delivery in order to leave behind a legacy whereby the Fifth Parliament can be regarded as a turning point in politics in terms of service delivery, what action does he intend to take against those who are failing to comply at every level of government;

20 November 2014

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