National Land Transport Amendment Bill [B7B-2016]: deliberations
12 Feb 2019
Mr L Magwebu (DA, Eastern Cape) said that it appeared as if SALGA was convinced that the Bill had unintended consequences of usurping the powers of local government. The Parliamentary Legal Advisers on the other hand did not share this view. There seemed to be a stalemate. What was the ...
Section 25 review of Constitution: deliberations
15 Nov 2018
Mr L Magwebu (DA) seconded Dr Lotriet’s proposal
Competition Amendment Bill [B23B-2018]: public hearings
13 Nov 2018
Mr L Magwebu (DA, Eastern Cape), on COSATU’s assertion that there were MPs that had shares in big companies, asked how true the assertion was. Was it wrong for MPs to have shares in big companies even if they disclosed it to Parliament? What was COSATU’s concern about ...
Department of Tourism 2017/18 Annual Report
31 Oct 2018
Mr L Magwebu (DA, EC) congratulated the NDT on obtaining an unqualified audit report. On the matters which the Auditor General of SA had raised around compliance with laws and regulations where there was R271 000 spent on six items, he asked whether there were six different transactions or one ...
Credit Amendment Bill: Parliamentary Legal Advisor & Department of Trade and Industry briefing
10 Oct 2018
Mr L Magwebu (DA, Eastern Cape) said that there was no doubt that the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry had good intentions when it had drafted the Bill. The reality unfortunately was that there could be unintended consequences. The Bill was an onerous thing. How practical was it? He ...