Ms Mchunu (ANC) noted that the Department is responsible for national outcome five and indicated that emphasis has been laced on skills development. Ms Mchunu expressed concern regarding the area of focus and noted that historically disadvantaged black youth should be an area of focus.
Ms Mchunu (ANC) said that Ekurhuleni was growing so fast and suggested that perhaps flats should be built. She pointed out that the foundations that were built for the houses were not good and needed to be stronger.
Ms A Mchunu (ANC) felt that this was a time to take a humble approach. She wanted to know if South Africa played a role in Kenya’s electoral process, as, if this was the case, it could impact on South Africa’s integrity.
Ms Mchunu (ANC) asked where the registering of retrenched persons took place.
She also raised a concern as to the danger of non-trained and non-counselled
retrenched staff might resort to criminal activities if they are not attended
Ms A Mchunu (ANC, NCOP)
referred to the R37.2 million that could not be transferred to municipalities
for lack of compliance with the PFMA and noted that electrification would be
one way to alleviate poverty. She asked whether DME had taken active steps to
discover what the problems were ...