Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker. Minister, I am glad that your house is in order and that your papers are in order, but, most certainly, Sanral's house is not in order. We know about the billing problems that exist. What is important, though, is trying to get certainty as to how people are supposed to be prosecuted. We know that the Act talks about civil action, and there is also criminal liability. What exactly will Sanral be using? Will they be arresting people, or will they be using the civil action procedure to try to get the money that is supposedly owed to them? Thank you.
TONA YA DIPALANGWA: Eo ke potso e ngwe e e leng gore e kwa ntlhleng. Jaaka Rre Alberts e le rramolao, o tshwanetse a be a itse gore tsela e e tla diriswang ke Sanral ga se go t?hot?hisa batho. O a itse gore kgotlhatshekelo le tsamaiso ya molao mo Aforikaborwa, di teng. Ka moo, ke tla kopa gore o botse potso e e maleba, rra. [Legofi.] (Translation of Setswana paragraph follows).
[The MINISTER OF TRANSPORT: That is one question which is on top of the agenda. Mr Alberts is a lawyer, he should have knowledge of the ways that will be used by Sanral to prosecute people. He knows that the courts and rule of law in South Africa are there. Sir, I would request that you ask a relevant question. [Applause.]]