Mr Jan Adriaan Esterhuizen

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Jan Adriaan Esterhuizen

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  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY THURSDAY, 14 MARCH 2019 14 Mar 2019

    Chair, the purpose of this report was for South Africa to consider how best to facilitate integration of the in depth into global market and to benefit from such industrial way. Was there really a need for this tour when the industrial revolution at a time of global financial turmoil ...

  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY THURSDAY, 14 MARCH 2019 14 Mar 2019

    Chair, as we strive towards creating a just, effective and co-operative international order, cognisance must be taken of the fact that digital technology and the internet are part of everyday life for most people. In fact, as of June 2018, it was estimated that as much as 55% of the ...

  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY WEDNESDAY, 13 MARCH 2019 13 Mar 2019

    Minister, it's absolutely true that South Africa needs development and growth but it is not true that according to the licensing agreement for offshore funds, it would require four more wells to be

  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY WEDNESDAY, 13 MARCH 2019 13 Mar 2019

    Hon Chair and hon Minister, the Northern Cape being one of the poorest and with most unemployed people in the province, it felt fantastic that Vedanta Zinc International invested actually more than R1 billion is actually - it is R1,2 billion - in that kant [area].You just said as a ...

  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY THURSDAY, 7 MARCH 2019 7 Mar 2019

    Mr President, I respect your optimism for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. But in Davos the team for the World Economic Forum was globalisation. This forum took place when there was and or is an unmistakeable backlash against globalisation. Does this not make your target of 100 billion dollars investments a ...

  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY WEDNESDAY, 6 MARCH 2019 6 Mar 2019

    Minister, you are 100% right at the complete lack of consequence management, 211 companies that does business with government institutions closed down for exactly this reason and growth likely hindered on spending. Doesn't this make government and your department the biggest damper on growth? Doesn't it make government and your ...

  • SOUTH AFRICAN STEEL INDUSTRY NOT PROTECTED (Member's Statement) 5 Mar 2019

    Deputy Speaker, the ailing manufacturing in steel industry and the contraction thereof is one of the greatest contributors to the real risk of the a technical recession in this country. Not enough is being done to protect the steel industry.

    ArcelorMittal SA, Amsa, was given tariff protection in 2016 and ...

  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY TUESDAY, 5 MARCH 2019 5 Mar 2019

    Hon Deputy Speaker, Parliament and the Department of Arts and Culture plays a major role in the promotion of multilingualism as a national resource and continues to contribute to conditions of development through PanSalb. For the use of all 11 official languages in Sout Africa, with the adoption of the ...

  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY TUESDAY, 5 MARCH 2019 5 Mar 2019

    Deputy Speaker, I hereby give notice that on the next sitting day of the House I shall move on behalf of the IFP:

  • NO435E 4 Mar 2015

    Madam House Chair, hon Minister, 12 February 2015 marks the day this country became an overly ANC-led securotocracy. We have never been poorer at any other time in the last 20 years in terms of our much- vaunted Constitution.

    Hon Minister, you took an oath to uphold and defend the ...