Ms Sindiswa Patricia Rwexana

Sindiswa Patricia Rwexana

Appearances

  • Home Affairs Budgetary Review and Recommendations Report 17 Oct 2013

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE) said one of the Committee’s key findings on the Budget Vote had stated that ‘the DHA needed to ensure that there was a better working relationship between the DHA and the Department of Health on online registration of births in health facilities.’ This should also ...
  • Electoral Amendment Bill [B22-2013]: Public Hearings 10 Sep 2013

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE) said that whilst she supported in principle the 50/50 dispensation, this was not the right platform and the CGE should rather be supporting the Department of Women, Children and People with Disabilities in working on its new legislation. The system would never succeed unless it ...
  • State of Ports of Entry and Refugee Reception Offices 22 May 2012

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE), in light of visits to RROs, stated that conditions are terrible and no human being could possibly be treated in centres where poor conditions make people impatient. She also questioned foreigners coming to do business in South Africa, with reference to Cape Town and its many ...
  • Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) 2012 Strategic Plan: briefing 18 Apr 2012

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE) asked clarity on the IEC’s position of electronic voting. The concern of foreign nationals voting and being voted was raised. How did foreign nationals become Members of Parliament and how did the IEC regulate or monitor this phenomenon? The fact that voting stations on election ...
  • Home Affairs 2012 Annual Performance Plan 12 Mar 2012

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE) also sought clarification on the Nigerian nationals.
  • Domestic Violence Act implementation report by Deputy Minister & Department of Health 6 Mar 2012

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE) stressed that women, children and people with disabilities were the most vulnerable people in South Africa. She asked how the Department planned to provide information to the centres regarding all illnesses.
  • Department of Home Affairs 3rd quarter 2011 performance report 27 Feb 2012

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE) asked about foreigners applying for residency. She pointed out that people who were resident in Maseru and Swaziland were apparently crossing the border regularly to claim pensions in South Africa, then returning home for the rest of the month.
  • Department of Home Affairs 3rd quarter 2011 performance report 21 Feb 2012

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE) asked about foreigners applying for residency. She pointed out that people who were resident in Maseru and Swaziland were apparently crossing the border regularly to claim pensions in South Africa, then returning home for the rest of the month.
  • Multi-Party Women's Caucus: Domestic Violence Act implementation: Department of Police briefing 22 Nov 2011

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE) thanked the Department for the presentation and shared the Chairperson’s concerns. She agreed that this report did not clearly set out progress and challenges. It was not a secret that many South African citizens were not happy with the manner things were done within the ...
  • Domestic Violence Act implementation: Department of Police briefing 22 Nov 2011

    Ms S Rwexana (COPE) thanked the Department for the presentation and shared the Chairperson’s concerns. She agreed that this report did not clearly set out progress and challenges. It was not a secret that many South African citizens were not happy with the manner things were done within the ...