Hon member, the problem that we really have is indeed what the member is pointing out. The Notice of a Motion should really be very brief and be articulated broadly as indeed is the case by amongst others - just specifically saying that in the next sitting of the Council, we shall have a debate, for example, on the legacy of Verwoerd. [Laughter.]
Now, that is the kind of the kind of thing that we need to do. Once your motion is a bit longer, it suggests that we are dealing with the next item, which should be a Motion Without Notice. So, I am going to urge members to really pay attention to this issue and I have asked the Whips of political parties in the past to assist us to engage this issue in a proper manner - a manner that I have already outlined.
So, I would then go back to what we are supposed to be doing, Looking at Notices of Motion. Please be brief. The detailed-type of motion will be dealt with in the second step, if I may say so. Whips, please assist us as we move into the future so that this matter does not take away our time and is managed properly. Yes, hon member. I thought there was a hand here. If there is no other motion, then hon Mokause!