Mr Francoise Adrianus Rodgers

Formerly: KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature and National Assembly

Francoise Adrianus Rodgers

About Francoise Adrianus Rodgers

Mr Francoise Adrianus Rodgers is the Deputy Leader of the Provincial Legislature | Finance, Agriculture of the Democratic Alliance in KwaZulu Natal.

Francois Adrianus Rodgers's plenary attendance record for 2013.



Committee appearances

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  • Questions asked to the Minister of Home Affairs 28 Feb 2014

    What (a) is being done to educate all officials on legislation so that they can correctly and accurately assist the public and (b) processes exist to ensure that officials fully understand legislation?
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs 28 Feb 2014

    (1) With reference to the Victoria West Dam, (a) what is the (i) storage capacity, (ii) current water level and (iii) purpose of the specified dam and (b) who is responsible for the maintenance of this dam; (2) whether her department has received any complaints regarding the current state of ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs 28 Feb 2014

    (1) What is the (a) current storage capacity and (b) average level of the Chelmsford Dam in Newcastle; (2) in respect of the specified dam in the past 12 months, (a) what were the extraction requirements, (b) which other entities utilised the specified dam as a water source and (c ...

All Questions and Answers

Plenary appearances

  • South African Weather Service Amendment Bill (Second Reading Debate) 12 Nov 2013

    Chair, imagine if you will a South Africa without a reliable weather service, an unregulated Weather Service and no dependable weather warnings, where agriculture, industry and ordinary citizens have no access to accurate weather information and forecasts. How would our shipping and fishing industry cope without this vital information? Agriculture ...

  • National Environmental Management: Air Quality Amendment Bill (Second Reading Debate) 5 Nov 2013

    Hon Deputy Speaker, coastal areas and coastal resources are vital to the development and future, not only of those occupying these areas, but also our country. It is estimated that almost half the world's population live in coastal areas and are dependent on the resources in these areas. It ...

All Plenary Appearances