ANC MP Beverley Abrahams needs to realize what programs the administration has set up to battle destitution in light of the current report by Statistics South Africa which uncovered that rising neediness which mostly influence youngsters, dark Africans, females, individuals from rustic regions and those with almost no settlement.
Adapt’s Deidre Carter will ask about government’s position with respect to the discoveries contained in the Unburdening Panel report of the South African Council of Churches and the Betrayal of the Promise: How the Nation is Being Stolen report, the consequence of an examination organization. The reports detail the rise of a shadow express that encourages off the state by setting up a system of support, debasement and state c
ANC MP Sharon Kekana will ask Zuma how the Presidency intends to further use infrastructure development to stimulate economic growth and create jobs.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane will ask Zuma what is the total of all legal costs incurred by his office or the Presidency since May 1, 2009, in respect of the irrational decision by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to drop the 783 counts of fraud, corruption and racketeering against him in his personal capacity.
ANC MP Mohlopi Mapulane will ask Zuma if the government is currently able to effectively manage the consequences of climate change, especially its impact on the economy. This against the backdrop of indications by scientists that one of the major concerns around climate change is the increasing occurrence of extreme events such as the increased intensity of drought and severe storms.