Let me explain to you what the problem is, hon Ndlozi. Do not raise an important point and then use abusive language to describe hon members in the House. You degenerate into using inappropriate language, and therefore create a problem for how we should address each other.
Hon members, I have said that the citing of that Rule was correct. I did not hesitate to say that, because I realised that it was something important. All I am suggesting to you is that we be politically sensitive to the responsibilities members have asked us to undertake.
We will stick by the Rules. We will work with the Rules. Many of you here in the House do not, by the way, strictly adhere to the Rules and we ... [Interjections.] Hang on! Let me explain to you. I have explained my conduct and the rulings I have made, and I have suggested to you that you go and discuss this matter in the Rules Committee, so that we bring a guiding mechanism here that will enable us from here on to apply the Rules strictly.
If you agree, hon members, we can be very strict, and when we become very strict, it is not going to be nice - I can promise you that. [Interjections.] We will be strict. We are operating in the interests of a healthy political exchange in the House, and not bureaucratically obstructing discussion. We will request you to do so and, if you don't, we will raise it ourselves in the Rules Committee to get guidance.
This matter is now closed. Thank you very much.