Mr Charel Jacobus De Beer

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Charel Jacobus De Beer

Committee Meetings Attended

  • NCOP Finance Carbon Tax Bill; Customs & Excise Amendment Bill; PIC Amendment Bill: briefing
    6 Mar 2019

    The Carbon Tax would be implemented from 1 June 1 2019 by Treasury. It was part of was part of South Africa’s commitment to global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The tax would start at a low rate of R120 per ton. However, a range of offsets and incentives ...

  • Ad Hoc Committee on North West Intervention Committee Legacy Report
    6 Mar 2019

    The Committee considered and adopted its Legacy Report as well as several outstanding minutes.

  • Finance Standing Committee Committee Report on 2019/20 Budget
    5 Mar 2019

    The Standing and Select Committees on Finance met for consideration and adoption of the Report on the Fiscal Framework and Revenue Proposals. The Committees considered the report jointly and adopted it separately.

     

    On observations and recommendations, the Committees believe that the government has managed the economy reasonably well. In ...

  • Finance Standing Committee 2019 Budget submissions: National Treasury response
    1 Mar 2019

    2019 Budget Speech

    2018 MTBPS

    2019 Budget: public hearings

    The Standing and Select Committees on Finance met to hear responses from National Treasury on submissions received during public hearings on the 2019 Budget. COSATU gave a brief input.

    National Treasury said the Budget was formulated against the backdrop of economic ...

  • Finance Standing Committee 2019 Budget: public hearings
    27 Feb 2019

    2019 Budget Speech

    2018 MTBPS

    The Standing and Select Committees on Finance held public hearings on the 2019 Budget. COSATU, the Pietermaritzburg Pensioners Forum, the Budget Justice Coalition (BJC), the Fiscal Cliff Study Group, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), South African Institute for Tax Professionals (SAIT), and the South African Institute of Chartered ...

  • Finance Standing Committee 2019 Budget: Parliamentary Budget Office briefing
    26 Feb 2019

    Parliamentary Budget Office - Pre-budget discussion 20192019 Budget Speech;  2018 MTBPS

    The Finance and Appropriations Committees met jointly for a briefing by the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) on the 2019 Budget. This was a follow-up meeting with MPs.

    The PBO said the 2019 Budget priorities included the ...

  • Finance Standing Committee 2019 Budget: Minister of Finance briefing
    21 Feb 2019

    2019 Budget Speech

     2018 MTBPS

    The Finance and Appropriations Committees met jointly for a briefing by the Minister of Finance on the 2019 Budget.

    The Minister of Finance emphasised the need for the public to understand that there is no endless supply of cash in government. The biggest risk ...

  • Finance Standing Committee Pre-Budget 2019: Parliamentary Budget Office briefing
    19 Feb 2019

    2018 MTBPS

    The Finance and Appropriations Committees met with jointly with the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) for a pre-Budget briefing.

    The PBO pointed out that during the State of the Nation Address; the President highlighted the strategic direction for the budget in terms of linking priorities for 2019/20 with the ...

  • NCOP Finance Izinduna unfunded budget, with COGTA Minister
    12 Feb 2019

    The KwaZulu-Natal Finance MEC briefed the Committee about the Izinduna budget in the presence of COGTA Minister. The initial audit confirmed that KZN has 3 100 Izinduna. The issue at stake is that following the President’s proclamation in 2014, Headmen were to be remunerated on a salary of R80 875 backdated to ...

  • Ad Hoc Committee on North West Intervention North West intervention: Inter-Ministerial Task Team progress report, with Ministers present
    6 Feb 2019

    Nine ministers and deputy ministers were present for the Inter-Ministerial Task Team (IMTT) progress report on the intervention in the North West Provincial Government in terms of section 100(1) of the Constitution. Amongst the items reported, the IMTT noted that the 17% and 24% medicine shortage at the hospitals and ...