Brian Sindile Madlingozi

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Brian Sindile Madlingozi

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  • WEDNESDAY, 3 DECEMBER 2019 3 Dec 2019

    Deputy Speaker, the EFF objects the idea of refusing Advocate Lawrence Mrwebi and audience with the Parliament of the people. People must never be irritated to hear others out even you were to reach a negative or unfavourable conclusion. It is wrong to simply reply in a written word and ...

  • HOMES DESTROYED IN VUSIMUZI, TEMBISA (Member's Statement) 26 Nov 2019

    Chairperson, at Vusimuzi, in Ward 90 in Tembisa, Ekurhuleni, the municipality, along with supporters of the ward councillor, Hendrick Selwana, are attacking and destroying people's homes. When people

    mobilise in order to stop the attacks they are threatened with violence. The leader of Abahlali baseMjondolo in the area, Melita ...

  • CLUSTER 2: SOCIAL SERVICES (Subject for Discussion) 20 Nov 2019

    House Chair, when it was established that copyright- based industries contribute more than 11% of the country's Gross Domestic Product, GDP, by Judge Ian Farlam through Copyright Review Commission.

    Artists are still dying poor. Why are you still negotiating the robbery done to South African artists, Mr Minister, instead ...

  • THE SAPS AND NATIONAL PROSECUTING AUTHORITY FAILING SENZO MEYIWA'S FAMILY (Member's Statement) 12 Nov 2019

    Chairperson, it is over five years now since Senzo Meyiwa, a national football captain was murdered in cold blood. His family has been crying for justice ever since he died. His father later succumbed to stress-related illness as a result of his heartache over losing his beloved son. In that ...

  • QUESTIONS TO THE DEPUTY PRESIDENT 17 Oct 2019

    Deputy President, rating agencies are not ideologically neutral. There are basic ideological script that they adhere to which they use against government. The most pressing needs in this country right now are for rapid redistribution of wealth and opportunities. The rating agencies will not take kindly to that.

    Now, will ...

  • APPROPRIATION BILL 17 Jul 2019

    Any organisation that considers itself to be revolutionary would realise the potential this department has. But this government and department has no idea what they are doing, and are only interested in sports when there is money involved, and at

    the level of professional male sports - everybody else doesn't ...

  • APPROPRIATION BILL 17 Jul 2019

    Hon Chairperson, hon Minister, ladies and gentlemen, the EFF sends heartfelt condolences to the Johnny Clegg family and Mama Nomhle Nkonyeni family. Minister, for 25 years again, the ANC government has failed to properly conceptualise this department and what its role should be. [Interjections.]

  • APPROPRIATION BILL 16 Jul 2019

    This sidelining of African culture is also evident in the content that we view on radio, TV and in movies.

  • APPROPRIATION BILL 16 Jul 2019

    The SABC is a strategic asset, and it broadcasts millions of homes. Local content must be promoted on the SABC. That is why TV stations and radios must air content that is at least 75% African., with African actors, producers, directors, and story lines.

    Our children must not be made ...

  • APPROPRIATION BILL 16 Jul 2019

    We see this in our National Anthem, which glorifies a regime and system that is responsible for black genocide. And we maintain our principle that Die Stem must fall. Asking blacks to sing the anthem of the oppressor, is the encouragement of self-hate, and the glorification of a criminal regime ...