Mr Moletsane Simon Moletsane

National Council of Provinces

Moletsane Simon Moletsane

About Moletsane Simon Moletsane



Committee appearances

  • Parliament of the RSA 2019/20 Annual Report: AGSA & Acting Secretary to Parliament 26 Feb 2021

    Mr M Moletsane (EFF, Free State) congratulated Parliament’s achievement in maintaining its clean audit for the 2019/20 financial year. His question came from slide ten of the presentation which showed that Parliament was experiencing a bit of a challenge in its financial performance management. Hence, he wanted to know whether ...
  • Audit Profession Amendment Bill: public hearings 9 Feb 2021

    He asked for a mover and seconder for the programme. Ms D Mahlangu (ANC, Mpumalanga) moved to adopt the programme, Mr M Moletsane (EFF, Free State) seconded the motion. The programme was adopted.
  • Audit Profession Amendment Bill: public hearings 9 Feb 2021

    Mr M Moletsane (EFF, Free State) asked whether if 10 years’ experience to qualify as a member [of IRBA] was required in “that field” [presumably the auditing field].
  • Local Government Audit Outcomes 2018/19 3 Feb 2021

    Mr M Moletsane (EFF, Free State) said that he appreciates the horrific presentation. In the past, the Committee invited SALGA and in the discussions, SALGA indicated that it is assisting municipalities to implement the audit improvement plans. He asked whether the AG team is picking up any improvement, especially looking ...
  • Audit Profession Amendment Bill: National Treasury briefing 2 Feb 2021

    Mr M Moletsane (EFF) asked about the minimum meetings per year being four. He asked if the four annual audit meetings were held each quarter, or simply held when the need arose.

All Committee Appearances


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Plenary appearances

  • FRIDAY, 6 DECEMBER 2019 6 Dec 2019

    Chairperson, the objective of the Rates Bill is to change the rates and monetary threshold and to increase the excise duties on the alcohol and tobacco. It is going to affect the poorest of the poor who are always going for the two to get solace due to stress they ...

  • FRIDAY, 6 DECEMBER 2019 6 Dec 2019

    There are serious concerns around the declared unspent funds by national departments, which is part of the factors that led to budget being adjusted. We believe this should not disadvantage social programmes meant for the poor. This amounts to R3,9 billion with a projected underexpenditure of R1,1 billion for the ...

All Plenary Appearances