Legacy Reports; Committee Programme
3 Sep 2019
Mr M Wolmarans (ANC) shared the same view that the Legacy Report outlined key areas for future work for the Sixth Parliament to undertake. He felt the current discussions could lead to a piecemeal approach as opposed to a comprehensive report that Members could exercise their oversight role over.
Stakeholder Engagement: Mincosa, SAMDA, SAOGA, NIASA, SAREC, EIUG, CSIR & SAPIA
21 Aug 2019
Mr M Wolmarans (ANC) asked for SAMDA’s opinion on the licensing environment and how it affected SAMDA. He asked what affected new mining in rural areas. What effect will expropriation without compensation have on new mining in rural areas?
Stakeholder Engagement with Trade Unions: NUM, AMCU, UASA, Solidarity; NUMSA & CEPPWAU
20 Aug 2019
Mr M Wolmarans (ANC) asked about the effect of the SWOT analysis and research on the working conditions of workers. What is CEPPWAWU views on the proposal to make the energy sector an Essential Service? What measure does CEPPWAWU have to ensure supply of clean water to communities?
Mineral Resources and Energy Budget: Committee Report
5 Jul 2019
Mr M Wolmarans (ANC) appreciated that the Chairperson had accepted his apology for arriving late. He was late due to transport delays. In response to comments raised by Mr Mileham, the first part was an observation from the Committee, and the second was according to a different source. There was ...
Departments of Mineral Resources and Energy 2019/20 Annual Performance Plans
3 Jul 2019
Mr M Wolmarans (ANC) commented that the licensing regime was hampering the process of job creation and transformation in the sector. There was a need to address this issue, as well to try and get new black industrialists into the market.