The Special Economic Zones Bill is a section 76 Bill, and it went to the National Council of Provinces, which made two amendments. It came back to us in the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry of the National Assembly. Both those amendments were concurred with and we brought them back to you. Essentially, what are these amendments, which were passed unanimously by the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry?
The first amendment was simply at the request of the select committee of the NCOP that the customs authorities should aim to align the text of the Bill with their practices. Very understandably, this amendment is about the omission of the word "import" from the phrase "customs import procedures" in clause 24, as the customs authorities apply more than just simply customs import procedures to imported goods. Other customs procedures may also be applicable. This amendment is not substantive and can easily be agreed to. It is purely, as it were, a clearer understanding of the English language. The second amendment is the addition of a delegation to the Minister to make regulations related to governance. As we know, the House and the whole of Parliament are very concerned about strengthening the governance of our institutions and our legislation. So, it relates to the governance of the special economic zone entities. Although the Bill already provides for governance procedures, this delegation is simply to ensure ... [Interjections.]