Financial Sector Regulation Bill B34B – 2015

National Assembly, Parliament Honourable Chairperson, Whilst the Inkatha Freedom Party welcomes and supports the objects of this Bill, namely the achievement of a financial system that not only works in the interests of financial customers, but also supports balanced and sustainable economic growth in country through the establishment of a regulatory and supervisory framework promoting […]

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Debate On Fracking And Other Means Of Gas Extraction With Refernce To Application For Exploration Licences

National Assembly, Parliament Honourable JA Esterhuizen, MP Honourable Speaker, Cheaper energy is good for South Africa. It translates into more jobs, more prosperity and greater economic growth.  Shale gas can be cheap energy or very expensive and in some circumstances, even disastrous if one factors in the very real possibility of environmental damage through ‘fracking’ operations! […]

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Motion on Use of State Vehicles

This House noting that on 30 November there will be a by-election at Wards 31 and 32 in Umhlatuze yet again the ANC is using municipal vehicles to campaign for its candidate this is not the first such blatant abuse of state resources for party political purposes Calls on the IEC CEO, Mosotho Moepya to […]

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Consideration Of Report Of Persons For Appointment To SA Human Rights Commission

Honourable Chairperson, As we consider the committee recommendations for the appointment of 5 full-time and 2 part-time commissioners of this very important Chapter 9 Institution, we must pause and reflect on how the culture of Human Rights respect and protection is slowly eroding in South Africa. Social division along racial, cultural and religious lines is […]

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Debate On A Motion Of No Confidence In The President Of The Republic Of South Africa

Contribution By Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP President Of The Inkatha Freedom Party Honourable Speaker – A house divided cannot stand. We have seen the evidence in fallen dynasties and fallen empires. Must we watch it happen to Africa’s oldest liberation movement? This is no longer about the voice of the opposition, of NGOs, academics and […]

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