Order! Hon members, I was not opening up the space for us to start asking about each other's relatives. That is why I said in my ruling that given our political history, we ought to be sensitive to these issues.
The third point of order, which was raised by the hon Chief Whip of the Opposition, related to a question asked by hon Lulu Johnson on whether it is parliamentary for a member to come to the House dressed in sleeveless clothes in winter. After consultation with the Table, I rule that there may not be anything unparliamentary about the question. However, given our history as a patriarchal society and the challenges we face in gender relations, we appeal to hon members to be sensitive and to ensure that we do not make statements that may be perceived as sexist in nature. I therefore rule that this matter is not unparliamentary. As I said, though, there should be sensitivity from all of us in the statements we make.
I would like to advise members that the Extended Public Committee on Human Settlements will meet at 14:00 in the National Assembly Chamber.