Joint Standing Committee of Financial Management of Parliament

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Soundbite of the joint standing committee on financial management of Parliament which gave Executive Authority seven days to present to the family of the late Mr Lennox Garane an inquiry report into his death.
The co-chairperson, Ms Peace Mabe, also commented on the report by the Executive Authority regarding disciplinary hearing against Secretary to Parliament, Mr Gengezi Mgidlana.

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07
OCT

Joint Standing Committee on Financial Management of Parliament, 23 September 202

(National Assembly and National Council of Provinces), [Update on matters related to the investigation on the 2 January fire on the Parliamentary precinct in particular the progress made in the renovation effort, the sourcing of interim venues to host plenaries, and the appointment of the panel of built environment experts to advise the Executive Authority on matters related to the restoration: Briefing by the South African Police Services, Department of Public Works and Infrastructure and Parliament; Consideration of Committee minutes and reports; Consideration of Committee programme], Virtual Meeting Platform, 12:30 – 16:00
Joint Standing Committee on Financial Management of Parliament, 23 September 2022
28
SEP

Joint Standing Committee on Financial Management of Parliament, 14 September 202

(National Assembly and National Council of Provinces), [Briefing by the Executive Authority and the Minister of Finance on progress made as far as addressing concerns about the allocation of Parliament budget; Briefing by the Chairpersons of the Parmed Medical Aid Scheme Board on progress made as far as addressing concerns about the impact of ‘Parmed liability’ on Parliament’s budget], Virtual Meeting Platform, Immediately after the plenary in the NA
Joint Standing Committee on Financial Management of Parliament, 14 September 2022.
26
MAY

Joint Standing Committee on Financial Management of Parliament, 20th May 2022

Joint Standing Committee on Financial Management of Parliament, (National Assembly and National Council of Provinces), [Briefings by the South African Police Service, the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure, and the South African Heritage Resources Agency on progress made in respect of the investigation into the 2 January 2022 fire, and the restoration project; Consideration of Committee minutes: 6 May 2022], Virtual Meeting Platform
14
DEC
2021

Joint Standing Committee on the Financial Management of Parliament. 26 November 2021

Joint Standing Committee on the Financial Management of Parliament, (National Assembly and National Council of Provinces), [Briefing on Parliament’s 2021/22 mid-year performance report; JSCFMP Strategic Planning Workshop: preparatory briefing by the Committee’s content adviser; Consideration of committee minutes and reports: 19 November 2021 & report on Parliament’s 2020/21 Annual Report], Virtual Meeting Platform
21
MAY
2021

Joint Standing Committee on the Financial Management of Parliament, 21 May 2021

Joint Standing Committee on the Financial Management of Parliament, (National Assembly and National Council of Provinces), [Briefing by the Executive Authority and the Minister of Finance on progress made as far as addressing concerns about the allocation of Parliament’s budget (including a briefing by the Chairperson of the Parmed Board on progress made in resolving the issues around the Parmed liability); Consideration of committee minutes and reports], Virtual Meeting Platform, 12:15

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