The Ad Hoc Committee established to consider the submissions by the President in response to the Public Protector's Report.
Parliament will unveil a bust of former President Nelson Mandela at Parliament on 28 April.
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The National Assembly has 400 members. The number of seats that a party has in the Assembly is in proportion to the number of voters that voted for it in the elections.
The National Council of Provinces (NCOP), one of the two Houses of Parliament, came into effect in 1997. The NCOP is constitutionally mandated to ensure that provincial interests are taken into account in the national sphere of government.
The two houses of Parliament, the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces, conduct their work in plenary sessions (where Members of a house meet together in one group), in joint sittings (where Members of both houses meet as one group), and in Committees (smaller groups of Members).
Interventions by the National Council of Provinces
The Ad Hoc Committee established to consider the submissions by the President in response to the Public Protector’s Report and make recommendations, where applicable, will have its first meeting tomorrow.
The Ad Hoc Committee set up to consider submissions by President Jacob Zuma in response to the Public Protector’s (PP) report regarding security upgrades to his private residence met for the first time today and elected Mr Cedric Frolick as its Chairperson.
Our full schedule of committee meetings is available online. Click below to access the schedule.
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