Tertuis Simmers

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Tertuis Simmers

Committee Meetings Attended

  • Budget (WCPP) Committee Report Division of Revenue Bill final mandates
    26 Mar 2019

    Report of the meeting to follow.

  • Finance, Economic Opportunities and Tourism (WCPP) National Gambling Amendment Bill: final mandate; Committee Report on Quarterly Performance
    19 Mar 2019

    The Committee met to consider and adopt the final mandate report on the National Gambling Amendment Bill. The Committee supported the Bill, and in terms of rule 86, the African National Congress expressed its minority view to support the Bill with the exception of clause 63 A.

  • Finance, Economic Opportunities and Tourism (WCPP) Western Cape Appropriation Bill: Provincial Treasury budget
    14 Mar 2019

    The Committee considered and adopted its Draft Committee Report on Vote 3 with minor amendments effected.

    In addition, the Committee approved several outstanding minutes.

  • Human Settlements (WCPP) Western Cape Additional Adjustment Appropriation Bill: Department of Human Settlements, with MEC
    12 Mar 2019

    The Department of Human Settlements (DHS) appeared before the Committee to discuss the 2019/20 budget. It had received an additional appropriation of R83 million from the national DHS after it had applied for a disaster grant in response to the devastating fires in Khayelitsha and Phillippi. Members wanted to ...

  • Budget (WCPP) Western Cape Appropriation Bill, 2019: Provincial Treasury briefing
    5 Mar 2019

    The Provincial Treasury briefed the Budget Committee on the 2019 budget and 2018/19 additional adjustment appropriations. The 2019 Budget demonstrated the province’s commitment to policy priorities and focused on “maximum citizen impact”. The aim of the Department was to enhance governance through innovation, partnerships and technology, and to ...

  • Budget (WCPP) Western Cape Provincial Treasury on Quarter 3 performance
    1 Mar 2019

    The Committee was briefed on the Third Quarter Performance of the Provincial Treasury for the current financial year. Spending in this period amounted to R 45.499 billion of the R63.212 billion adjusted budget. Performance in the 2018/19 period of the province included a net adjustment of R463 ...

  • Finance, Economic Opportunities and Tourism (WCPP) National Gambling Amendment Bill: public hearings
    22 Feb 2019

    The Committee met to discuss the National Gambling Amendment Bill. Matters that featured prominently during the meeting included the proposed reconfiguration of the National Gambling Board to the National Gambling Regulator, run by a single functionary in the person of a chief executive officer (CEO); decision-making at second meetings by ...

  • Budget (WCPP) Committee Report on Western Cape Adjustments Appropriation Bill
    27 Nov 2018

    The Budget Committee considered the various Standing Committee reports on the votes in the schedule to the Western Cape Adjustments Appropriation Bill [B 6-2018]. The Committee supported the Bill, and the ANC expressed its minority view to not support the Bill.

  • Human Settlements (WCPP) Western Cape Adjustments Appropriation Bill: Department of Human Settlements consideration, with MEC present
    23 Nov 2018

    The Department of Human Settlement appeared before the Standing Committee to discuss the adjusted estimates of provincial revenue and expenditure.

    The Committee asked for clarity on several issues including the Department’s funding going towards specific municipalities regarding Housing Development. Members were interested in the reason why only specific municipalities ...

  • Local Government (WCPP) Western Cape Adjustments Appropriation Bill: Department of Local Government consideration
    23 Nov 2018

    The Department of Local Government appeared before the Standing Committee to discuss the adjusted budget. The original budget of R252.796 million had been adjusted budget upwards to R279.842 million. The additional funding was for unforeseen and unavoidable expenditure. This included a new earmarked allocation of R20 million, which ...