Emma Louise Powell

National Assembly

Emma Louise Powell

About Emma Louise Powell

2021 committee attendance as mp

83% attendance rate

Attended 10 meetings out of 12

2020 committee attendance as mp

88% attendance rate

Attended 43 meetings out of 49

2019 committee attendance as mp

86% attendance rate

Attended 18 meetings out of 21

Attendance Methodology

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Committee appearances

  • Property Practitioners Act & Regulations: Department briefing 16 Mar 2021

    Ms E Powell (DA) said that the PPA made no distinction between estate agents and property practitioners, and the regulations focused mainly on estate agents’ qualification requirements. She asked the Department if there should not be a distinction between the estate agents and property practitioners. Industry representatives had raised concerns ...
  • Department of Human Settlements & Housing Development Agency 2019/20 Annual Report 11 Mar 2021

    Ms E Powell (DA) further raised concern at the lack of the executive authority in the meeting because the Act states that this entity is a juristic person, and the executive authority is vested in the Minister and not the Deputy Minister. The board has been disbanded which means there ...
  • Department of Human Settlements & Housing Development Agency 2019/20 Annual Report 11 Mar 2021

    Ms E Powell (DA) asked for clarity from DHS on its understanding of a juristic person and what authority the executive authority as a juristic person has? Caretakers of this entity should be ashamed because this Annual Report is indicative of the crises besetting it. The legally required financial controls ...
  • Housing Development Agency 2019/20 Annual Report 2 Mar 2021

    Ms E Powell (DA) proposed that the meeting be split between the auditors’ report and the DHS annual report. This meeting was published as 9:00 to 13:00. All Members are required to be in the House at 14:00 and she did not believe that transport arrangements should be used as ...
  • International Agreements with Cuba, Lesotho & Netherlands 26 Feb 2021

    After a moment of silence was observed, Mr Mashego confirmed that a quorum existed, allowing the meeting to continue. The apology of Ms E Powell (DA) was accepted. The Deputy Minister, Mr David Mahlobo (ANC) requested to be excused at 11:00 to attend a joint parliamentary meeting. Mr Mashego requested ...

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Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 31 Mar 2021

    Whether the National Treasury intends to take any action against government departments that fail to publish the details of personal protective equipment procurement on the website of the National Treasury in accordance with the instruction to all government departments by the President, Mr M C Ramaphosa; if not, why not; ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 26 Mar 2021

    Whether he will furnish Ms E L Powell with proof of all deviations for the purposes of personal protective equipment procurement that was authorised by the National Treasury in respect of the Travel With Flair (2004/028611/07) tender contracted by the Department of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation from 1 January ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation 19 Mar 2021

    (1)What Public Service and Administration regulations does she rely on to make appointments external to approved staff establishments within the national Department of Human Settlements; (2) whether appointments made external to approved staff establishments in the national Department of Human Settlements need to be competitively advertised; if not, why not; ...

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Plenary appearances

  • QUESTIONS - CLUSTER 2 SOCIAL SERVICES 11 Mar 2020

    Hon Minister, against the plan's target of

    9 421 title deeds transfers across nine provinces for the 2019-20 financial year, but the third quarter only 1 354 have been completed. These ongoing delay is compound the issues based by housing beneficiaries. The pre- emptive clause mandated by the national government ...

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

    Hon Mister in the past financial year the City of Cape Town has ensured that it spends 89% of all capital budgets allocated for the informal settlements upgrading programme and 94% of the capital budget for the greater human settlements department which include public housing and housing development.

    The City ...

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