Ms N Y Vukuza-Linda

Politician Profile Page

N Y Vukuza-Linda

Appearances

  • No1746E 22 Jun 2011

    Minister, thank you for your answer. What are you up against? What is the backlog like? What are you chasing? What are your targets? How will you meet them? What are your indicators of success? How did you come about with the 10 000 per annum? What are you satisfying ...

  • NO1746E 22 Jun 2011

    Minister, thank you for your answer. What are you up against? What is the backlog like? What are you chasing? What are your targets? How will you meet them? What are your indicators of success? How did you come about with the 10 000 per annum? What are you satisfying ...

  • O1750E 22 Jun 2011

    Thank you, Minister, for you answer. My question is: With regard to the elements that you have answered, is there any targeted intervention in terms of capacity-building for the officials in the Eastern Cape, so that by the time you pull out, they are able to go on on their ...

  • O1750E 22 Jun 2011

    Thank you, Minister, for you answer. My question is: With regard to the elements that you have answered, is there any targeted intervention in terms of capacity-building for the officials in the Eastern Cape, so that by the time you pull out, they are able to go on on their ...

  • Appropriation Bill 13 Apr 2011

    Chairperson, Ministers, Deputy Ministers, guests, there is a contract, explicit and implicit, overt and covert, silent and loud, between government and the nation, between government and teachers, between teachers and parents - that of producing the best out of every learner at all times and in all schools. The budget, in ...

  • Appropriation Bill 13 Apr 2011

    What you then find are desperate people alongside the rail, hiking, desperate and willing to board anything that comes by. When they do not finally get on, they grow despondent. They become demotivated, they act outside the law, they end up in the street, they end up in jail, they ...

  • Appropriation Bill 13 Apr 2011

    Government must also come to the party. It must pay the teachers accordingly. It must create that resourced and enabling environment which dignifies the teaching and learning process, where teachers and learners can be motivated to do their work. There are huge and embarrassing infrastructural backlogs throughout the country, which ...

  • National Intervention In The Eastern Cape Education Department (Statement By The Minister Of Basic Education) 16 Mar 2011

    Mr Speaker, hon members, the Eastern Cape accounts for one fifth of the population. Since 1994, no less than nine MECs of education have been appointed. When such a province fails in the sphere of basic education, it does impact on the nation as a whole.

    The national department has ...

  • Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill (Second Reading Debate) 15 Mar 2011

    Madam Chairperson, hon members and South Africans, I was going to speak about "Three T". I thought that it emanated from somewhere, and my colleague here said where it emanated from. If I had the luxury of time, I would have loved to engage with this Bill against the "Three ...

  • Equal Access To Education, Training And Science And Technology: Pathway To Decent Work For Women (Debate On International Women's Day) 9 Mar 2011

    Mr Speaker, hon members and fellow South Africans, allow me on behalf of Cope to join other political parties in saluting all women of the world in recognition of International Women's Day. In dealing with the topic before us, let me pledge solidarity with and highlight the plight of ...