Deputy Speaker, I want to indicate to the hon member who made the statement with regard to the e-toll panel in Gauteng that I am on record as indicating that when the Premier of Gauteng receives the report from the panel, he will duly process it correctly.
I also want to indicate that the premier is on record as indicating that he has consulted with the municipalities that are affected, and the national government through the Ministries of Transport and of Finance. You will remember that one of the key factors relating to this matter is finance.
I must also indicate once more that His Excellency President Jacob Zuma has set up a platform, a committee that is chaired by the Deputy President. It is this committee that is processing the matters that the Gauteng province is consulting the national government on. The Minister of Finance and I are part of that process. When the Deputy President has considered what has been submitted to him he will duly report on that.
I believe that Members of Parliament will also get to know what is in the proposals arising out of the consultative matters.