As part of its oversight function the Standing Committee on Human Settlements is engaging with the public to find out what their experiences have been with the District Six land claims process.
The Speaker of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament (WCPP), Honourable Masizole Mnqasela, hosted the launch of the institution’s new public engagement programme, Thetha Nathi, in Oudtshoorn, and via simulcast in George, today, 21 September.
The Speaker of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament (WCPP), Honourable Masizole Mnqasela, will be hosting the launch of the institution’s new public engagement programme, Thetha Nathi, in Oudtshoorn, and via simulcast in George, on 21 September 2021, at 10:00.
On Friday, 13 August, at 10:00, the Western Cape Provincial Parliament will host the 2021 Western Cape Women’s Parliament. The theme for this year’s Women’s Parliament is: “Placing the dignity and innate rights of women in the spotlight”.
On Wednesday, 26 May, the Standing Committee on Health conducted unannounced oversight visits to the Mitchell’s Plain, Eerste River and Nyanga COVID-vaccine centres to assess the level of care. The standing committee plans further visits to sites outside the Metro, as 51 additional sites were brought online by the provincial government this week.
Media release: Joint political party statement encouraging residents 60 years and older to register for their Covid-19 vaccine
16 May 2021
During its meeting this morning, the Standing Committee on Health acknowledged the invaluable role of nurses around the world.
The Western Cape Provincial Parliament’s Standing Committee on the Premier and Constitutional Matters of the invites stakeholders, interested persons and organisations to make submissions on the Constitution of the Western Cape First Amendment Bill [B1–2021].
Following his election as Speaker in 2019, Hon Masizole Mnqasela committed to taking the Provincial Parliament closer to the people of the province during his term in office.