It is not at all. Continue, hon Minister.
The MINISTER OF WOMEN, CHILDREN AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES: Mrs Maxeke said in 1930 that we will know that we have succeeded -
... to lift women and children up in the social life ... ... of the African when even men benefit ...
... and thus the whole community, both White and Black ... -
Sizonikhulula mhlonishwa More, nani malungu ahloniphekile kanye ne-Freedom Front. [It looks like we will have to ask you to leave, hon More, hon members and the Freedom Front.]
The women of South Africa are here to listen and witness this memorable day in Parliament when we deliberate on this piece of legislation that will truly empower them. The road behind has been long, but when we look back, despite the many challenges, the evidence that South Africa has a good story to tell in empowering women is overwhelming. [Applause.] This confirms that South Africa is a better place today to live in than it has ever been.
In conclusion, to the women of South Africa I say, go out there and vote for the party that has your interests at heart. Go out there and vote for the party that has a track record of women's empowerment and gender equality ...