I was just saying, hon Speaker, that there are students from 123 countries around the world who are at present studying medicine in Cuba. For the DA to believe that this is not good quality is quite regrettable. [Interjections.] We will solve this problem by making sure that the programme is national. The students themselves have asked us to make this programme national.
This is so that we do not have one part of the country regarding itself as a sovereign state, when it is just a province. [Applause.] The MEC in the Western Cape lied to the public by saying that they approached the University of Cape Town, specifically for students in the Western Cape. That programme was done by me - nationally - with all eight universities. I have given them R65 million to do that, to take 400 extra students from the entire country, not only from the Western Cape. [Interjections.] The University of Cape Town is not a university for the Western Cape only. It is a university for all of South Africa. It will train everybody from all over the country. Thank you. [Applause.]