Hon Speaker, the Constitution's Bill of Rights, the Regulation of Gatherings Act, Act 205 of 1993 and the Dangerous Weapons Act, Act 15 of 2013, guarantee people the right to demonstrate peacefully and unarmed. What the member has said is what all of us should say and emphasise, namely that people should exercise their rights, but that they should do so while understanding the obligations that go with those rights.
Furthermore, just to add to what Minister Pandor has said, we can easily accept a debate with the DA. We have Deputy Minister Marius Fransman here; we have many other premiers, who are ready to debate Premier Zille any day. She can come; we are waiting for her. Thank you. [Applause.]