26.6.2019 12:31 pm
The new guide book is full of perks that allow for things such as a larger support staff compliment and increased funding for security.
Public Service and Administration Minister Senzo Mchunu has confirmed, in a letter addressed to other members of the executive, premiers and MECs, that President Cyril Ramaphosa has approved a new 33-page guide for members of the executive.
The DA ‘is responsible for the social environment in which crime flourishes’ while in the leafy areas there are street lights and CCTV cameras, he said.
Mkhize said the approval of the NHI bill in Cabinet and its introduction in parliament was imminent.
‘Wherever the elections took us, people raised similar issues… They are tired of corruption without consequences,’ the minister said.
The standing committee on legislative review and implementation of house resolutions will be chaired by Mmoloki Cwaile.
Former campaign manager for Ramaphosa, Bejani Chauke, said there was no reason for the money laundering suspicions.
‘We need to enforce consequence management and ensure that people get punished,’ said Mkhuleko Hlengwa.
Gender activist and researcher Lisa Vetten says although demand for shelters is growing, the funding allocated to shelters yearly is not.
However, despite the criticism, farmers generally welcomed the address.
The ‘Waste Water Treatment Works at Cradock are non-functional’ and ‘waste water is channeled, untreated, into the Great Fish River’.
The minister said she relied on the diplomatic corps working closely with Dirco to advance the international relations goals of South Africa, the SADC, and the entire African continent.
This does not address ‘the root causes of non-cost-reflective electricity prices and the structural inefficiencies within Eskom’.
Despite criticism of the president’s ‘dreamy rhetoric’ during his Sona, experts believe it was necessary if South Africa is to attract foreign investment.
These appointments, of which three are women, reflect government’s commitment to the ongoing transformation of the bench, he said.