Doreen Senokoanyane

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Doreen Senokoanyane


  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Legacy Report 20 Mar 2019

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) enquired about the bullet that stated that political parties must consider not allocating permanent Members to the SCOA (Standing Committee of Appropriations) as alternatives to other Committees and asked what about smaller parties because this will work against them?
  • Division of Revenue Bill: public hearings; FFC & SALGA input 8 Mar 2019

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) asked the FFC what the implications for service delivery would be if conditional grant funding was reprioritised away from underperforming grants. Regarding national incentives enforcing commercial customers to settle debt, she asked what SALGA’s suggestions would be on this matter. She also asked for a clarification ...
  • Jobs Fund: National Treasury briefing 5 Mar 2019

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) welcomed that the funding partnerships worked in the government’s favour. She asked who ultimately identified the beneficiaries to be recruited in projects- did that go through the investment committee, or was it done by private sector? In terms of the geographical spread: how were the figures ...
  • DPW and SANDF maintenance & personnel budgets: Treasury, Public Works, Defence Department follow-up 27 Feb 2019

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) was not sure about the role of Treasury in the transfer of the function. She asked if other challenges been identified and if those challenges had been attended to.
  • Pre-Budget 2019: Parliamentary Budget Office briefing 19 Feb 2019

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) asked about the implications of the negative findings and the unavailability of reports from provinces.
  • Office of the Chief Procurement Officer on the deviations and expansions during Quarter 2 & 3 performance 13 Feb 2019

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) said that the breakdown of information was helpful but it was not comprehensive enough. She felt perhaps more text or information on the figures presented would provide more detail. It would assist the Committee if the Office of the Procurement Officer indicated the steps it would ...
  • National Treasury Quarter 2 & 3 performance; Committee Annual Report 12 Feb 2019

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) remarked that transfers to Human Settlements and Energy were higher than anticipated. She asked about implications for the fourth quarter. She asked what the NT’s take on the national health insurance (NHI) budget was. It seemed that there was over-budgeting for things the NHI was not ...
  • Committee Reports on 2018 MTBPS; Adjustments Appropriation Bill & Special Appropriation Bill 27 Nov 2018

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) asked what the reason was for there to be a recommendation for effective and efficient spending. Was there something found to be wrong with the manner in which the budget was allocated? Such a recommendation would imply that the Committee was worried that the funds were ...
  • Adjustments Appropriation Bill: DBE hearing 23 Nov 2018

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) wanted to know if schools that were going to be built were part of the existing school infrastructure programmes. Was the recent allocation going to be able to cover all the requisite infrastructure in the schools where the projects would be undertaken?
  • 2018 MTBPS; Adjustment Appropriation Bill; Special Appropriation Bill: hearing 23 Nov 2018

    Ms D Senokoanyane (ANC) agreed that chicken is the cheapest source of meat protein. She asked if there was any attempt on the part of FairPlay to actively propose the zero-rating of chicken products. The mid-term budget, in itself was challenging. She appreciated the submissions as they were quite progressive ...