Speaker, I withdraw it.
I want to state to the members of the House that the Portfolio Committee on Communications has a standing rule that if any of its stakeholders did not submit documentation on time, they cannot come and make a presentation to the portfolio committee. Therefore, the postponement of today's meeting with South African Broadcasting Corporation, the SABC, is in line with that decision; if you have forgotten that, hon Kilian.
Secondly, hon Kilian, as the department, we cannot at any point feel that we are at fault when the majority of this country decide to vote and become members of the ANC. You are complaining about the broader representation of ANC members on the SABC board. Lastly, I appreciate the fact that you are concerned about the challenges that are faced by the SABC board, together with its management. I want to assure you that, as the department, we are attending to them. We are attending to everything, including the board members that are appointed by Parliament and, when they arrived at the SABC, decided to act as opposition, which is contrary to the decisions that we want to take in constructively addressing the challenges that we are facing.
Lastly, as the Deputy Minister of Communications, I want to inform this House that the temporary mayoral position of Tlokwe that was occupied by the DA has gone back to the ANC. The ANC took over the position by 32 votes against 22 for the DA. Thank you. [Applause.]