Naledi Nokukhanya Chirwa

National Assembly

Naledi Nokukhanya Chirwa

About Naledi Nokukhanya Chirwa



Committee appearances

  • Compensation Commissioner for Occupational Diseases 2019/20 Annual Performance Plan 16 Oct 2019

    Ms N Chirwa (EFF) explained that her question was three-fold. Firstly, she would like to know what the position of the CCOD is on the reduction and lowering standards for silicosis. Furthermore, she asked where it stood with regards to hearing loss being one of the effects that need compensation ...
  • DoH, NHLS & SAHPRA 2018/19 Annual Reports; with Minister & Deputy Minister 15 Oct 2019

    Ms N Chirwa (EFF) asked about the licensing issue for medicinal purposes. She wanted to know many Medicines Control Council (MCC) personnel had been absorbed into SAHPRA. What had been the changes in this transition, besides the digitisation of the backlog? What measures had been taken to assist entry-level manufacturers ...
  • Health Sector 2018/19 Annual Reports, with AGSA, SAMRC, and FFC input 10 Oct 2019

    Ms N Chirwa (EFF) asked for clarification about the transformation in the scientific cohort. What was the quantitative goal for transformation, as well as its final goal? What were the organisation’s intentional strategies to absorb black women into top and senior management positions? Which programmes had been rolled out ...
  • CCOD, OHSC & SAHPRA on their Mandates & Annual Performance Plans 2019/20 4 Sep 2019

    Ms N Chirwa (EFF) said the after-effects of mining were dysfunctional family units. They were fathers and brothers who had been taken away from their family units and sent to the mines to die. It was absolutely tragic that the means of acknowledging their deaths, loss and sickness was what ...
  • Engagement with the Elders on Universal Health Coverage 3 Sep 2019

    Ms N Chirwa (EFF) explained how SA was peculiar: it was much to do with the problem that the country had with corruption. Most objectives would have trickled down to the ground, except that public servants stole and there was no accountability mechanism. For example, there was a clinic in ...

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  • Questions asked to the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services 9 Dec 2019

    Whether he has held any discussion with the National Prosecuting Authority on the desirability of prosecuting persons who fought for free quality education for all under the #FeesMustFall movement, in view of the fact that many of its activists are either in jail or still attending court cases?
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services 9 Dec 2019

    Whether he (a) has engaged the President to pardon Fees Must Fall activist, Mr Khanya Cekeshe; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what is the status of the process of pardoning Mr Khanya Cekeshe?
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Health 28 Nov 2019

    Whether there is a proper drainage system at Middelburg Provincial Hospital; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details of how the drainage system is maintained on a timeous basis?

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Plenary appearances

  • STATE OF HOSPITAL IN FREE STATE (Member's Statement) 10 Sep 2019

    The state of the national hospital in Bloemfontein is shocking and embarrassing. The Minister of Health, member of the executive council, MEC, and the officials in the department must just bury their heads in shame, because the patients in these hospitals are drinking contaminated water. They are bathing in cold ...

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