Ms Haseena Ismail

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Haseena Ismail

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Committee Meetings Attended

  • Tourism Committee minutes
    16 May 2024


    On a virtual platform, the Committee met very briefly to consider and adopt outstanding meeting minutes before the Sixth Parliament was dissolved.

     A Member was concerned about not receiving reports regarding the Gazette and the R34 million due to South African Tourism. The Chairperson explained this was not included ...

  • Tourism Update on DBSA & SA National Parks facilities projects; with Deputy Minister
    27 Mar 2024

    In Parliament, the Portfolio Committee was briefed by South African National Parks (SANParks) and the Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA) on all the projects these two entities had implemented on behalf of the Department of Tourism.

    SANParks reported on its infrastructure-related projects and maintenance programme. Members were taken through ...

  • Tourism SA Tourism Q3 2023/24 Performance; Introduction of new SAT Board Members; with Minister
    20 Mar 2024

    South African Tourism’s (SAT’s) newly appointed board members inherited a legacy of poor corporate governance of which previous board members were viewed as guilty. This was said by the Portfolio Committee on Tourism when it engaged on South African Tourism (SAT’s) third quarter performance. There was discussion around transformation, lack ...

  • Tourism Department of Tourism Q3 2023/24 Performance; with Ministry
    12 Mar 2024

    In Parliament, the National Department of Tourism briefed the Committee on its performance in the third quarter of the 2023/23 financial year. The Department reported that it had achieved 48 of 54 targets overall.

    The Committee was given details of projects being implemented under the Department's destination development programme. Members ...

  • Tourism Committee Legacy Report
    5 Mar 2024

    The Committee convened physically to adopt its legacy report encompassing the Committee’s work and activities in the Sixth Parliament, 2014-2019.

  • Tourism Draft Committee Legacy Report for the Sixth Parliament
    27 Feb 2024

    The Portfolio Committee on Tourism met in Parliament to deliberate on its draft legacy report for the sixth Parliament. The consolidated report reflected on the activities the Committee undertook from May 2019 to March 2024.

    The draft report focused on five areas: highlights or achievements; the focus areas of the ...

  • Tourism Committee Minutes
    7 Dec 2023


    In its final meeting for 2023, the Portfolio Committee met on a virtual platform to adopt seven sets of draft minutes of previous Committee meetings. The draft minutes originated from meetings on 5 September 2023,19 September 2023,10 October 2023,17 October 2023,24 October 2023,31 October 2023,14 November 2023 and 21 ...

  • Tourism Department of Tourism Quarter 2 2023/24 Performance
    21 Nov 2023

    The Committee convened in Parliament to receive a briefing from the Department of Tourism on its second-quarter performance report for the 2023/24 financial year.

    The Department reported that it achieved 78% of its targets during the second quarter of the current financial year, and its budget expenditure was standing at ...

  • Tourism South African Tourism Quarter 2 2023/24 Performance Report
    14 Nov 2023

    South African Tourism has recorded over-expenditure in most of its programmes even though there has been no value for money.

    This was the view of the Portfolio Committee on Tourism when it was briefed on the second quarter performance report of South African Tourism for the current financial year in ...

  • Tourism South African Tourism Quarter 1 Report for the 2023/24 financial year; with Minister
    31 Oct 2023

    South African Tourism (SAT) presented a report on its performance in the first quarter of the 2023/24 financial year. It noted that while there was overspending, several targets were not achieved.

    The Committee was told that recommendations arising from a risk assessment report had been implemented. Internal controls were being ...