Committee Chairpersons Still Not Named; Five New MPs to Be Sworn-In

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Committee Chairpersons Still Not Named; Five New MPs to Be Sworn-In


The ANC is expected to finalise the appointments of chairpersons of parliamentary committees when it holds its national executive committee meeting in Cape Town today.

The meeting will be held days before President Cyril Ramaphosa delivers his State of the Nation Address on Thursday evening.

The appointments of chairpersons were not announced when the party held a special NEC meeting on May 20 when it made nominations for the top leadership posts for the national legislature such as National Assembly Speaker, NCOP chairperson, chief whips to both houses and chair of chairs.

However, it has taken the governing party longer than expected to announce chairpersons of parliamentary committees.

This was compounded by former ministers resigning from Parliament in the past two weeks.

The committees are set to be led by new people after many were promoted as deputy ministers in various portfolios.

Although committees have been named, they have to be populated with members and parties expected to assign members.

Only the DA, EFF and ACDP have announced their members to serve as chief whips.

Some parties had asked for more time to submit names of MPs to serve on committees.

Briefing media last week on the State of the Nation Address, NCOP chairperson Amos Masondo said there was no reason to worry about delays in the announcement of committee chairs. Masondo had said it was work in progress. …

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