Thank you very much, Chair. I just briefly want to respond to two member's statements, namely those of the hon Mahlangu. I want to say that indeed the late Moses Kotane and J B Marks were giants of our liberation struggle.
Kotane was the General Secretary of the Communist Party of South Africa, SACP, from 1939 to 1978 and at his death he was also the National Treasurer of the ANC. He was also instrumental in building the relationship between the ANC and the then Soviet Union. Both Comrade Mandela and Sisulu acknowledged Kotane as their political mentor.
JB Marks led the African Mine Workers Union and was chairperson of the SACP. He led the great 1946 African Mine Workers Union strike which, amongst other things, led to the ANC Youth League's radical programme of action and the ANC-led mass struggles of the 1950s.
We also wish to quickly say to hon Mudau that, indeed, the opening of the school in the North West for training tourism shows that government continues with its commitment to expand postschool education and training to reach out to the youth and adults who wish to acquire further education and skills. Siyaqhuba. [We continue.] Thank you, Chairperson.