President Cyril Ramaphosa will be accountable to the nation tomorrow, August 22, 2018, about the work of the government when he responds to questions for oral response in the National Assembly in parliament, Cape Town.
The questions for oral answer are some of the effective mechanisms used by Parliament to hold the director accountable.
President Ramaphosa will, in addition to other questions, inform Parliament about the Government's approach to the national discussion on government party proposals that the Constitution should be amended to specify the conditions under which land can be expropriated without compensation, to promote land reform. .
He will also respond to questions about the high unemployment figures recently released by Statistics South Africa, as well as the government's plans to revise the list of zero-rated items in order to assess the impact of the increase in value added tax of 14 to reduce 15 percent earlier this year.
The president will also talk about the signing by the government of the agreements with independent energy producers and about how South Africa, as a member of the BRICS countries, intends to build a fairer trade regime for a strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth.
Details of the oral answers are as follows:
Date: Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Time: 2.00 pm Location: National Assembly, Parliament, Cape Town
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of the Republic of South Africa: the Presidency.