Mr Ndabakayise Erasmus Gcwabaza

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Ndabakayise Erasmus Gcwabaza

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Committee Meetings Attended

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations National Treasury First Quarter Expenditure Report for 2014/15
    26 Aug 2014

    The National Treasury briefed the Standing Committee on first quarter expenditure in the 2014/15 financial year. The highest level of underspending was in the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs. Underspending of R6.4 billion was due to underspending on the capital programme, on local government grants and the cleanup ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations 2015/16 Division of Revenue: Financial and Fiscal Commission briefing
    19 Aug 2014

    The Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC) briefed the Committee on the 2015/16 division of revenue submission. The submission consisted of four parts: macroeconomic perspectives and fiscal frameworks for inclusive growth, improving investments in education and health, investment in infrastructure and the impact of demarcations on municipal finance.

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  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Appropriation Bill [B4-2014]: Committee Report
    22 Jul 2014

    The Committee met to consider for adoption the second draft of the Committee report on the 2014 Appropriation Bill.  The Committee had read through and considered the content of the first draft on 15 July.  However, there was considerable discussion about the content and procedure in the current meeting, as ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Committee Report on 2014 Appropriation Bill
    16 Jul 2014

    The Appropriations Standing Committee report on the 2014 Appropriation Bill was first presented by the Committee Content Adviser, and then read through by the Committee, for comments. The report set out the context of the Bill, and provided an overview of it and the hearings held with the National Treasury, ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Appropriation Bill: briefing by National Treasury
    4 Jul 2014

    The National Treasury gave a presentation on the 2014 Appropriation Bill. Fiscal policy was guided by counter-cyclicality, debt sustainability and intergenerational fairness. Payments for financial assets was the fastest declining area of expenditure. Payments for capital assets grew substantially. Compensation of employees growth declined strongly. Growth in transfers and subsidies ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Processing of budget votes, Committee Mandate: briefings by Researcher and Content Advisor
    1 Jul 2014

    The Committee Secretaries, Committee Content Advisor and Committee Researcher presented the Committee with an overview of the budgetary process and elaboration on the mandate of the Committee. The Budget was overarching and cut across all departments. The Committee could accept, reject or amend budgets. The main focus areas for the Committee ...

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Election of the Chairperson; Committee Programme
    25 Jun 2014

    Mr S Mashitile (ANC) was elected as Committee Chairperson. The main purpose of the committee was to monitor government departments’ expenditure. In so doing, it would assist in directing the expenditure towards specific priorities, and avoid wasteful expenditure. The draft programme was adopted. The programme covers briefings by stakeholders on ...

  • Economic Development Infrastructure Development Bill [B49-2013]: Public hearings Day 2
    15 Jan 2014

    The Committee continued with the second day of public hearings on the Infrastructure Development Amendment Bill, hearing submissions from eight entities. Committee Members were appreciative of suggestions, but called upon several presenters to make further written recommendations on possible amendments to clauses, as well responding to outstanding questions in writing. ...

  • Economic Development Infrastructure Development Bill [B49- 2013]: Public hearings Day 1
    14 Jan 2014

    The Portfolio Committee heard from eight entities on the first day of the public hearings on the Infrastructure Development Bill, now tagged by the Joint Tagging Mechanism as a section 76 bill. Common concerns were expressed by several of the entities, with the majority commenting on lack of full consultation ...