SAPO on its financial statements, governance, operational plan and response to AGSA recommendations; Department response to Committee recommendations
12 Nov 2019
Mr L Mokoena (EFF) similarly noted the dilapidated state of post offices, especially in rural areas. The post office should, on the contrary, be most relevant in precisely these areas. He thought SAPO was hitting the right notes with the e-commerce initiatives and so forth. The SAPO business model was ...
SABC on turnaround strategy & implementation of recommendations emanating from reports
17 Sep 2019
Mr L Mokoena (EFF) referred to the work the SABC board and executives have done thus far and commended them on a job well done in bringing the broadcaster back to its mandate. The issue at play was the relationship between the SABC, the Department of Communications (DoC) and the ...
SABC Board Inquiry Final Report: deliberations
23 Feb 2017
Mr L Mokoena (EFF) said that the MOI was the document under the jurisdiction of the shareholder. The shareholder representative came to parliament and said that the document was registered. He hoped that the document would reach the Parliament before 16h00 for perusal. It was the responsibility of the Minister ...
19 Jan 2017
Mr L Mokoena (EFF) remarked that the investigation was all about the fitness of the SABC Board. He noted that Dr Ngubane and Ms Tshabalala were given an opportunity to respond because they were running the SABC Board, but the purpose of inquiry was not to clear their names or ...
Mining Charter review: Department of Mineral Resources briefing
16 Nov 2016
Mr L Mokoena (EFF) said his main concern with was the youth, given they are the bulls eye of the population but the department seems to be putting less emphasis on them, whether procurement or employment equity. The Charter is silent on a percentage for youth employment or procurement as ...
Compensation Fund progress report; Convention for Prevention of Marine Pollution from Ships
16 Sep 2014
Mr L Mokoena (EFF, Free State) referred to the problem of independent contractors. There work is independent and they are not covered the same as normal employees. Yet, these practitioners are told how to work, where to work, and what tools to work with; therefore, they are not independent. They ...