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The ANC Has Just Made A Huge Request To The Speaker.

Cape Town - The ANC in the commonplace lawmaking body is asking the Speaker to make a move against various MECs and their area of expertise sets out toward the late accommodation of their yearly reports to their individual standing committees.

At a virtual news meeting yesterday, head of the common resistance Cameron Dugmore encouraged Speaker Masizole Mnqasela to at minimum extremely least say something in the assembly on the late submissions.

Dugmore disagreed with the Community Safety Department which neglected to table a report notwithstanding burning through great many rand on the territory's leader wellbeing plan.

"At when networks across the Western Cape are frantic for signs that the commonplace government is not kidding about their security, the lead division in battling wrongdoing neglected to present its yearly report.

"This disappointment brings up issues about the adequacy of the wellbeing plan, just as the obligation to make our networks safer.


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"In one more clear illustration of scorn, just as a work to avoid responsibility, the Human Settlements Department postponed its yearly report a day prior to the furthest limit of the period to audit yearly reports.

"Other offices, for example, Education postponed theirs late. This is unacceptable."

Responding to Dugmore's allegations, Leader of Government Business Ivan Meyer said that deferral in the postponing of the yearly reports from offices was a consequence of postponements in the conclusion of reports by the Auditor-General.

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