Mbete back in the National Assembly - as it happened

2014-11-18 14:00

National Speaker Baleka Mbete is back in her seat in the House saying what happened last week is something "we are not proud of".


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18 Nov 21:16
The debate on the President not answering questions in the House has been postponed to tomorrow, and Parliament has been adjourned.

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On to the 39th order of the day.

18 Nov 20:42
There are no objections to the UN Arms Trade treaty, it has been approved.

18 Nov 20:39
The 38th order of the day is underway.

18 Nov 20:38
The responses to Gordhan's statement have concluded.

18 Nov 20:27
The chairperson complains about the general noise level in Parliament.

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IFP: South Africa is characterised by planning, but those plans rarely materialise.

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EFF: This black semi-bourgeoisie is wrongly characterised as the black middle class.

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Parliament resumes. Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Pravin Gordhan takes the stand.

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Parliament to resume shortly.

18 Nov 18:38
Parliament is taking a comfort break for an hour.

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Maimane: Those found to have ordered the police into the house must be sanctioned.

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DA MP Terri Stander tables a motion calling for police to never enter the House again.

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House moves on to motions without notice.

18 Nov 17:36
The BRRR on Social Development has been adopted. Parliament done with BRRRs for today, moving on to Notices of Motions.

18 Nov 17:35
ANC: We can't increase grants, we want people to lift themselves out of poverty, and to not be dependent.

18 Nov 17:32
EFF: Those who are fortunate enough to find employment are one salary away from poverty.

18 Nov 17:27
The BRRR on Arts and Culture has been adopted. The BRRR on Social Development up next.

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The DA, EFF and IFP would like to make declarations.

18 Nov 17:15
The BRRR on arts and culture up next.

18 Nov 17:14
The BRRR for women in the presidency has been adopted.

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The DA does not object, but wants to make a declaration. The IFP also wants to make a declaration.

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The BRRR report on women in the presidency is up next

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The BRRR environmental report has been adopted.

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EFF: The mines continue to poison our people

18 Nov 16:56
The DA supports the environmental report after making a declaration

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The EFF objects the environmental report

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