money to be used for incremental rehabilitation of mining sites because I think there is a recognition that this is a problem that our country faces and that going forward we can't continue to be issuing mining rights without dealing with it.
With regard to the important question you raised about tree-planting. We do have a programme that we are currently planning and financing for the next financial year that is going to allow for mass planting of trees because what we recognise is that this is an important contribution to the development of carbon sinks that are an important mechanism to help us deal with carbon gas emitions and the consequent climate change that arises. Thank you very much.
Deputy Speaker, the Department of Employment and Labour isn't working for the unemployed. The official unemployment rate stands at 29,1%; which is the highest in 11 years. Part of the problem is over- regulation and rigid labour legislation.