Parliament, Wednesday, 2 November 2022 – President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow, Thursday, 3 November appear in the National Assembly’s (NA) hybrid plenary session to provide oral replies to questions from the NA Members of Parliament (MPs) at 2 pm.
Section 92(2) of the Constitution stipulates that cabinet members are accountable collectively and individually to Parliament for the exercise of their powers and performance of their functions. Questions for Oral Reply by the President and the Deputy President are one of the mechanisms that Parliament consistently uses to hold the Executive to account.
To access the complete list of the six sets of questions that President Ramaphosa will provide the oral reply to, please click: https://www.parliament.gov.za/storage/app/media/Docs/quest_pap/36e95d50-2d0d-4a17-98bb-fb222faf890f.pdf
DETAILS OF THE NA PLENARY SITTING ARE AS FOLLOWS:
DATE: THURSDAY, 3 NOVEMBER 2022
TIME: 2 PM
VENUE: GOOD HOPE CHAMBER AND ONLINE PLATFORM
Meanwhile, the National Assembly led by Speaker Mapisa-Nqakula will tomorrow convene its Programme Committee meeting to plan for the business of the House. Bills before the House, Committee Reports and the NA Draft Programme are among the items on the agenda.
DETAILS OF THE NA PROGRAMME COMMITTEE MEETING ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Date: Thursday, 3 November 2022
Time: 8.30 am
Venue: Online Platform
Members of the media who wish to physically attend the NA hybrid plenary sitting should send their details (Full name, name of the media house, and ID or passport number) to Nolizwi Magwagwa on email: email@example.com
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