Parliament

Week of 23 - 27 March 2015

The national assembly’s police committee plans to hold a Summit on Firearms Control in South Africa. The justice and correctional services committee will continue with deliberations on the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act Amendment Bill.

National treasury and the South African Revenue Service will brief the standing committee on finance on their strategic and annual performance plans. The public works minister, Thulas Nxesi, intends introducing the Expropriation Bill to the public works committee.

On Wednesday, the Summit on Firearms Control will continue. The justice committee plans to wrap up its work on the Maintenance Amendment Bill.

The standing committee on finance is scheduled to consider further submissions on the Banks Amendment Bill. The trade and industry committee will tackle the issue of transfer pricing.

On Friday, the communications committee will conduct interviews of shortlisted candidates for the South African Broadcasting Corporation board.

Parliamentary Programme