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CodeofConduct

1. DEFINITIONS "Business Partner" means a person who shares a financial interest with a Member or that Member’s immediate family; "Code" means the Code of Ethical Conduct and Disclosure of Members’ Interests for Assembly and Permanent Council Members; "Committee" means the Joint Committee on Ethics and Members’ Interests as established by the


New CodeofConduct for MPs Adopted

The Joint Committee on Ethics and Members' Interests, at its meeting of 13 March 2014, adopted a Code of Ethical Conduct and Disclosure of Members' Interests for Assembly and Council Members. The Code will be tabled for adoption in both the National Assembly and National Council of Provinces before the 4th Parliament adjourns. This new Code is the


CodeofConduct for NA and Permanent NCOP Members

DISCLOSURE OF REGISTRABLE INTERESTS 1. Role of Committee The Committee performs the functions mentioned in joint rule 89 in accordance with this Code. 2. Registrar of Members' Interests The Committee must be served by a senior official on the staff of Parliament appointed by the Speaker and the Chairperson of the Council, acting jointly, after


Frequently Asked Questions on the CodeofConduct for Members of Parliament

(Executive Members should consult the Executive Members Ethics Act for further guidance) GENERAL To assist Members in the interpretation of the Code, the Office of the Registrar has attempted to respond to the frequently asked questions by Members. This merely serves as a guide and is not intended to be a comprehensive response to every situation


The Role of Ethics in Public Life

Ethics came under the spotlight today when the Joint Committee on Ethics and Members' Interests hosted a one-day seminar to discuss the role of ethics in public life. The Committee is currently reviewing the Code of Conduct for Members of Parliament.Mr Lemias Mashile, Co-Chairperson of the Committee, said at the start of proceedings that the


ATC - t30e-14-17march - 2014-03-18

National Assembly and National Council of Provinces CODE OF ETHICAL CONDUCT AND DISCLOSURE OF MEMBERS’ INTERESTS FOR ASSEMBLY AND PERMANENT COUNCIL MEMBERS ANNOUNCEMENTS, TABLINGS AND COMMITTEE REPORTS NO 30─2014 1389 [Monday, 17 March 2014 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. TABLE OF CONTENTS DEFINITIONS


ATC - t108e-12-30aug - 2012-08-30

................................................................................ 2805 1. 2. Code of Judicial Conduct and Regulations ..................................... 2808 Social Development ........................................................................ 2803 ANNOUNCEMENTS, TABLINGS AND COMMITTEE REPORTS NO 108─2012 2802 [Thursday, 30 August


ATC - t116e-12-11sept - 2012-09-11

: goods and services emanating from this country are competing with the world’s best. In 2007, the ruling party pronounced, in Polokwane, the need to consider a code of conduct for South African companies doing business abroad. It was found critical for the Committee to engage in the debate on the concept of a code of conduct. The conduct of South


Committee Sets Date for Disclosure of Registrable Interests

Parliament, Tuesday, 05 May 2015 - The Joint Committee on Ethics and Members' Interests will tomorrow deliberate on a date by which Members of Parliament should declare their registrable interests. In 2014, The 5th Parliament adopted a new Code of Ethical Conduct and Disclosure of Members' Interests for Assembly and Council Members. Unlike the old


ATC - ATC-82-2017-06-20-ENG.pdf - 2017-06-20

Sections 4.1.1, 4.1.4 and 4.1.5 of the Code of Conduct requires Members to, inter alia ; 2.1.1 uphold the law, and 2.1.2 discharge their obligations the Constitution, to Parliament and the Public at large, by placing the public interest above their own interest. terms of in ANNOUNCEMENTS, TABLINGS AND COMMITTEE REPORTS NO 82─2017 Tuesday, 20 June


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