Ramaphosa to take questions in Parliament

2015-08-12 05:52
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. (GCIS)

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Johannesburg - Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to take questions from MPs in the National Assembly on Wednesday.

His office in a statement said Ramaphosa will answers questions related to the human resource development strategy, immigration issues, his recent state visit to China and his SADC facilitation efforts in Lesotho.

Some of the questions Ramaphosa will respond to include:

- With reference to the National Development Plan’s emphasis that the need for a strong relationship between the technical and vocational education and training colleges and industry, to what measures are in place to ensure that these partnerships materialise and are sustained?

- Whether the deputy president has been briefed on the progress of the current deliberations on and reviews of the visa regulations of the Department of Home Affairs?

- Which aspects of the five to 10 year strategic programme on co-operation between China and South Africa were discussed during his official visit to China and what the key outcomes of the bilateral discussions were.

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