Delmaine Chesley Christians

National Council of Provinces

Delmaine Chesley Christians

About Delmaine Chesley Christians

2021 committee attendance as mp

93% attendance rate

Attended 14 meetings out of 15

2020 committee attendance as mp

89% attendance rate

Attended 65 meetings out of 73

2019 committee attendance as mp

92% attendance rate

Attended 24 meetings out of 26

Attendance Methodology

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Committee appearances

  • Department of Sport, Arts and Culture 2021/22 Annual Performance Plan 2 Jun 2021

    Ms D Christians (DA) noted the R20 million set aside in the 2021/22 budget for the Monument Flag Project. In light of the outcry about the large number of unemployed battling artists who have lost income and their livelihood. Can the Department not rather redirect that money to assist the ...
  • DSD, SASSA & NDA 2021/22 Annual Performance Plan 1 Jun 2021

    Ms D Christians (DA, Northern Cape) noted that what stood out during the presentation was that the first presenter noted that DSD and its services are there to reach people in the country effectively. But ironically in places like Barkly West in the Northern Cape, the SASSA offices have been ...
  • Lessons learnt in respect of multimodal teaching and learning; 2021 registration for universities & TVET colleges; Progress made with NSFAS appeals 26 May 2021

    Ms D Christians (DA, Northern Cape) acknowledged that 2020 was a hard year for many educational institutions in the country. Online learning was the new way of education globally, and the Department should have shared in detail how this would be ensured, especially with COVID and the inequalities that existed ...
  • Department of Science and Innovation 2021/22 Annual Performance Plan 19 May 2021

    Ms D Christians (DA, Northern Cape) said that there had been some serious budget cuts for research, especially for intellectual property (IP) management. Considering the approaching COVID-19 third wave, would one be seeing a complete vaccine roll out and perhaps see most of population vaccinated by winter through SA's own ...
  • DHET 2021/22 Annual Performance Plan 12 May 2021

    Ms D Christians (DA, Northern Cape) said that Cabinet had approved a reduction of R24.6 billion in the baseline budget, of which R6.8 billion was removed from NSFAS loans and bursaries, R5 billion from university subsidies; and R947 million from TVET college infrastructure. Her main concern was the budget reduction ...

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