Mr. Mthethwa (ANC) said that the Committee was planning a health and safety summit in terms of which there would be some challenges for the Mine Health and Safety Inspectorate and that other stakeholders must get involved.
Mr. Mthethwa (ANC) said that it should now be accepted that the PBMR was a government programme. He was happy that MINTEK's human resources development program covered all the provinces and requested that a breakdown per province be provided to assist them in terms of their own constituency work.
Mr. Mthethwa (ANC) informed the Committee that since it was the last day of Parliament they had planned for caucuses and he asked the Members to give him guidance. He added that there were no slides for the annual report so it was difficult for Members to follow.