PARLIAMENT’S ‘CAPACITY PROBLEMS’ TO BE EXPOSED?

This article appeared in Juta Law’s Legalbrief Today on Thursday 13 June 2019 The capacity of National Assembly committees to adequately hold the executive and state institutions to account is finally being brought to the attention of ordinary South Africans in the context of the commission of inquiry into state capture. This is noting recent […]

PARLIAMENT BEGINS WORK ON NEW COMMITTEE STRUCTURES

This article appeared in Juta Law’s Legalbrief Today on Tuesday 4 June 2019 The ‘naming and composition’ of Parliament’s new National Assembly committees is expected to be discussed tomorrow at a meeting of the House Rules Committee, when the process of assigning MPs to these and ‘various other bodies’ could also begin. According to a media […]