Speaker, I want to respond to the hon Mr Ollis and also to some extent to the Leader of the Opposition who seems to have had a media moment and then left. She is no longer here.
Firstly, with regard to the issue that was raised by the Leader of the Opposition of fighting against apartheid and Helen Suzman fighting for freedom. Helen Suzman may have fought for freedom, but she didn't fight for universal franchise. She didn't fight for one-person, one-vote. When the Leader of the Opposition, who calls herself the parliamentary leader, says that "we" fought against apartheid, I'm not sure how "we" - that's the DA - could have fought against apartheid when they weren't there.
However, I think the issue, the inconvenient truth in your policy, your untold story, is that the policies of the Progressive Federal Party were not for one-person, one-vote. They were for a qualified franchise of minority vetoes. You didn't oppose the state of emergency. You didn't oppose as a party; that's the PFP conscription. So, those are the issues you need to remind South Africans about. Don't whitewash history, please!
I also want to respond to hon McGluwa's statement of demanding President Zuma's appearance before the commission. If, as a commission, they want him, they will call him. We can't, as Parliament, demand something. Mr McGluwa needs to try to understand the legal system.
I also want to remind hon McGluwa that the charges against President Zuma were thrown out by two separate High Court judges on separate occasions; that was Judge Msimang and Judge Nicholson. [Interjections]. So, please look at all the facts. Thank you, Speaker. [Applause.]