Office of the Chief Whip
ANC Chief Whip
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ANC Caucus welcomes Concourt Judgment on Social Grant Payments
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip welcomes the judgment of the Constitutional Court to extend the contract between South Africa Social Security Agency (SASSA) and Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) to deliver social grant pay-outs for 12 months under strict conditions.
20th Anniversary of the Constitution and Human Rights Day
The National Assembly of Parliament today debated the 20th Anniversary of the Constitution and Human Rights Day. Today's debate forms part of a yearlong programme celebrating 20 Years of the Constitution and the establishment of the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) under the theme "My Constitution, My Rights, My Responsibilities".
Interim Board of the SABC
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip welcomes the unanimous endorsement of candidates for the interim board of the South African Broadcasting Cooperation (SABC) by Parliament today.
Parliament adopts report of Ad-Hoc Committee inquiry into SABC Board
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip welcomes the National Assembly's adoption of the report of the Ad-Hoc Committee on the inquiry into the fitness of the South African Broadcasting Commission (SABC) Board
Delivery of Social Grants to Millions of South Africans
As part of our continued oversight function in holding the executive accountable, the ANC in Parliament welcomes the call of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) to have the Minister of Social Development, Cde Bathabile Dlamini and South Africa's Social Security Agency (SASSA) officials to appear before SCOPA this morning.
Alexandria ANC PCO donates rugby kit to school
The Parliamentary Constituency Office of the ANC in Alexandria has donated a rugby kit to Ukhanyo High School on Thursday 31st May 2012 at the school premises. The kit was presented by Brian Maloni who administers the activities of the Alexandria PCO.
Madiba fought for the liberation of all races
Mandela understood that racism and racially discriminatory practices degraded and dehumanised both the oppressed and the oppressors. Thus our national liberation struggle was waged for the liberation of all South Africans, both black and white. The struggle was not against white people. It was against the apartheid system.