Hon Chairperson, hon Minister, hon Deputy Minister, director- general and your team, hon Members of Parliament, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, first and foremost, I would like to say to the hon Mokgalapa ...
... njengoba uncwina nje, konke lokhu kuncwina kwakho ikomidi liyakwazi. UMnyango nawo ngokunjalo uyakwazi ngoba siyakuxoxa. Musa ukuzoncwina lapha. Umbiko woMoqhaka wafika, wawukhona - uwumuntu omuhle-ke ngoba uyayethamela nemihlangano - wawufunda wawuncoma, sawuncoma sonke. Namhlanje usuzoma ngoMoqhaka la. [Uhleko.] [Ihlombe.]
Lalela-ke, zolo lokhu kade sibuka, sizibuza ukuthi ithini i-DA uma kungasahambeki emigwaqweni. Uma sekusakazwe amabhakede endle agcwala umgwaqo, ithini i-DA eNtshonalanga Kapa? (Translation of isiZulu paragraphs follows.)
[... as you are whining, the committee is aware of all your whining. The department is also aware of it because we are discussing it. You must not whine here. The Moqhaka report was presented and you were present - it is good that you attend meetings - you read and recommended it; we all recommended it. Today, though, you stand here before us and whine about it. [Laughter.][Applause.]
Listen, just yesterday we saw it and we asked ourselves what is the DA saying when the roads are not accessible, when buckets full of human waste are strewn on the road. What is the DA saying in the Western Cape?]
Chairperson ... [Interjections.]