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Chairperson, as I conclude and appreciate your patience with me, let me just say that this government will make and continue to emphasise the aspect of radical economic transformation that focuses and serve the interest of the key sectors of our society. Thank you very much.
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House Chairperson, Chairperson of the NCOP, hon members, it gives me great pleasure to present the fifth Parliament sectoral engagements, covering the work we did in all these important public participation gatherings.
It was indeed another chapter in ensuring that our people are publicly involved on matters that impact on ...
Order! Order, hon members! Hon members, heckling is allowed in the House, but let us not interrupt the speaker.
Hon member, can you take your seat?
What is it? No, hon members, order, order! [Interjections.] Order, hon members! You are making my life very difficult. A statement has been made about cards that have been issued by the Western Cape government. We are not aware of that. May I caution ... [Interjections.] Hon members, order! May I ...
No, order, hon members! Hon Mmakgo?i, are you able to take a question? [Interjections.] No, she is not prepared to take a question.
Order! Order, members! I can't hear hon Waters.
Hon Davis, please take your seat. Is that a point of order, hon member?
Hon Davis, please hold on. Hon member, did I hear you say that hon Davis is talking shit or rubbish?
Do you see now? [Interjections.] No, no, hon members. You see, the reason she has to raise her voice is precisely because of the interruptions. So if you can give the member an opportunity to speak, then she would not have reason to raise her voice.