Hon Speaker, firstly, I just want to respond to the member about Tlokwe. It's a pity that the DA now knows that they had failed their hijacking stance in Tlokwe. They are thinking about conspiracy, because they are not focusing on governance; instead they are focusing on how to spend time in courts of law rather than delivering services to people. Let me welcome the motion by hon Loretta Jacobus about the signing of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, DRC, peace deal. This was a very important event. It is in line with the ANC's policy and the policy of the government of South Africa of noninterference in solving and signing international disputes by means of dialogue rather than war.
As part of the Southern African Development Community, SADC, and in particular as part of the SADC Troika, where we are working with Namibia and Tanzania as our share and also led by the share of the SADC and Mozambique, our South African government had been extremely and deeply involved in all efforts to restore lasting peace in our member state, the