Parliament, Wednesday, 15 April 2020 – In March 2020, the Select Committee on Appropriations invited all the stakeholders and interested parties to make written submissions on the 2020 Division of Revenue Bill that was tabled together with the 2020/2021 Budget by the Minister of Finance in Parliament on 26 February 2020.
Public hearings for oral submission were scheduled to take place in Parliament on 06 May 2020. But due to lockdown and its impact on the committee’s programme, the committee has resolved to cancel the scheduled public hearings. The committee will indicate if it decides otherwise after receiving the written submissions.
Stakeholders and interested parties who wish to make oral submissions, and those who still wish to comment on the Bill are encouraged to make written submissions by 16:00 on Wednesday, 29 April 2020. All written submissions received will be considered during a committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday, 13 May 2020.
Submissions must be directed to the Committee Secretariat, Mr Lubabalo Nodada, 083 412 1526/ Lnodada@parliament.gov.za or Ms Estelle Grunewald: 071 363 2257/ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copies of the Division of Revenue Bill are available at www.treasury.gov.za or www.parliament.gov.za
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