Dr Malcolm John Figg

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Malcolm John Figg

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  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY THURSDAY, 14 MARCH 2019 14 Mar 2019

    Hon House Chair, the objective of the study tour to Germany was to educate members on best practices used by a First World country so that we can learn from the same and apply what we learnt in South Africa. While it was very interesting and informative, we were also ...

  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY THURSDAY, 14 MARCH 2019 14 Mar 2019

    The member in the podium is referring to the leader of the party as being a moemish and a moegoe! [Interjections.] I say that this is unparliamentary language!

  • NATIONAL ASSEMBLY THURSDAY, 14 MARCH 2019 14 Mar 2019

    Point of order, Chairperson! [Interjections.] Chairperson, point of order!

    THE HOUSE CHAIPERSON (MS AT DIDIZA): Order! Order, hon

    Maake! What's the point of order?

  • DIVISION OF REVENUE BILL (Second Reading debate) 12 Mar 2015

    Hon House Chair, the Division of Revenue Bill is possibly the most significant money Bill that comes before Parliament, as it concerns the revenue raised nationally among the national, provincial and local spheres of government for the financial year, and also ensures that money raised is appropriately spent by those ...

  • DIVISION OF REVENUE BILL (Second Reading debate) 12 Mar 2015

    Hon Jacob Zuma. We are currently ranked at number 67.

    While the President believes corruption is a "Western concept", that does not detract from its far-reaching effects. It is widely accepted that South Africa loses at least R30 billion a year to corruption. Add to this the uncertainty about land ...

  • DIVISION OF REVENUE BILL (Second Reading debate) 12 Mar 2015

    As long as he does not take it literally. [Laughter.] [Interjections.]

  • NOTICES OF MOTION 24 Feb 2015

    Hon Deputy Speaker, I hereby give notice that in the next sitting, I shall move on behalf of the DA:

    That the House debates the decreasing levels of revenue and increasing levels of expenditure resulting in a swollen deficit and how this would be addressed to reassure investors.

  • NOTICES OF MOTION 30 Oct 2014

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

    That the House debates the burden of increased taxes whilst levels of fraud and corruption in the public service are spiralling out of control.

    [Applause.]

  • APPROPRIATION BILL (First Reading debate) 25 Jul 2014

    Hon Deputy President, hon Deputy Speaker, hon Ministers and Deputy Ministers, hon members, fellow South Africans, this is another budget prepared by the ANC, one of broken promises. At the outset we know that this budget is predicted to come in at a deficit of 4% of the gross domestic ...