Tandi Mahambehlala is a South African politician who has served as the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Tourism since 2021. A member of the African National Congress (ANC), she served as the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on International Relations and Cooperation from 2019 to 2021.
Schools are to revive in stages from the arranged date of 6 May, in spite of the fact that this is liable to change, MPs have heard. Input from social bunch clergymen was that 18 May could be progressively practical. On the primary day, just Grade 7 and Grade 12 understudies are relied upon to return to class. Evaluation 11 and Grade 6 students are planned to follow fourteen days after the fact and understudies in different evaluations will follow at regular intervals until Grade R students' foreseen re
It's possible that Operation Dudula is spreading to neighboring provinces such as KwaZulu-Natal and Limpopo, according to officials in Gauteng. Some anticipated that the acts of Operation Dudula might exacerbate tensions within the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) between South Africa and its neighbors. At the Portfolio Committee on Police, the police chiefs gave a status report of their investigations into the operations of "Operation Dudula."
Eskom may contemplate bringing private prosecutions against persons associated with state capture and corruption inside the firm if the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) does not make noticeable progress in a number of cases presented to it. Within Eskom, frustration has grown over the past six months about the NPA's inability to prosecute accused offenders properly and expeditiously.
Schools far and wide are shut for the dread of spreading the infection among students and educators.The Department of Education has been mulling over on re-opening schools as from the sixth of May 2020,a move that is been restricted by numerous lawmakers as untimely and exceptionally unsafe to students as the bend isn't leveled at this point. Therefore:South African Schools are to revive in stages from the arranged date of 6 May, in spite of the fact that this is liable to change, MPs have heard. Criticism
According to the education source, the minister will give clarity on Thursday 30 April. "There are protocols that need to be followed" said Mweli on the source. Also the Director-general added that the proposed dates for school reopening will be finalised on Thursday. The following are guidelines of the proposal of social distancing for schools: 🔗Physical distancing in classrooms, no more than two Lena sharing desks. 🔗Cloth face masks to be worn by all students and teachers at all times. 🔗no mass e
Against the backdrop that the ESKOM is very notorious for shocking electricity consumers with their short notice of light shedding, the ESKOM board has also repeated its usual unpredictable behavior by informing the parliament at the wee hour that it would not be able to attend today's meeting. As a matter of fact, the Scopa has had to postpone a meeting with Eskom following the notice that was dispelled by the ESKOM board. There is no gainsaying that this is not the first time that ESKOM will commit outright
Harare- Zimbabwe's Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs will roll out public consultations on the second amendment of the country's constitution despite Public Health (COVID-19 Prevention, Containment and Treatment) Regulations, 2020 that limit public movement, gatherings of more than 50 persons as well as imposition of social distancing. According to Section 2 sub section 3 of the Public Health (COVID-19 Prevention, Containment and Treatment) Regulations, 2020, " Any pe
The Department of Education’s scramble to save the academic year seems to have found some direction as the education body announced early on Wednesday regulations to be adhered to when schools reopen. No date has been announced yet for the reopening. A presentation to Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Basic Education as well as the Select Committee on Education, Technology, Arts and Culture, outlined how the department plans to tackle the spread of Covid-19 on the school grounds. Guidelines included a
Reviewer General Kimi Makwetu has called for more deterrent measures to halt abruptly those aiming to plunder open assets. Makwetu on Friday advised Parliament's Standing Committee on the Auditor-General about the administration of COVID-19 activities. Makwetu as of now delivered his discoveries recently, which demonstrated that dead individuals, jail detainees, local officials, and youngsters underneath the lawful age to work got COVID-19 advantages. He gave MPs a concise update on the report delivered