Mrs Vatiswa Bam-Mugwanya

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Vatiswa Bam-Mugwanya

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Committee Meetings Attended

  • Tourism Committee Annual Report; Committee Report on World Tourism Day
    21 Nov 2018

    Draft Committee Annual Report January - December 2018

    The Committee was taken through its draft Annual Report January - December 2018. The intention was for the Annual Report, the Committee’s Budgetary Review Recommendations Report (BRRR) and the Committee’s Legacy Report to assist the incoming Committee in the Sixth Parliament. Much ...

  • Tourism Tourism Legacy Report
    14 Nov 2018

    Documents handed out: Legacy Report and Achievements of the Committee -2014 to 2019 (Tabled Committee Reports)

    The Committee met to consider the draft legacy report for its term from 2014 to 2019. Key highlights discussed included the funding for domestic tourism, restructuring of the national Department of Tourism and ...

  • Tourism Oceans Economy: National Department of Tourism briefing
    31 Oct 2018

    The National Department of Tourism (NDT) briefed the Committee on the Oceans Economy.

    The Department reported that Cabinet had approved the Coastal and Marine Tourism (CMT) Implementation Plan on 16 August 2017. The idea was for SA to become a world class coastal and marine tourism destination. The CMT Implementation ...

  • Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Poor performance: Limpopo Provincial Department of Human Settlement briefing
    23 Oct 2018

    The Committee was briefed by the Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements & Traditional Affairs (CoGHSTA), Limpopo, on their performance during the 2017/18 financial year.

    The Department highlighted their main challenges and said interventions had been put in place to address them. These challenges were the reallocation of projects without ...

  • Tourism South African Tourism 2017/18 Annual Report
    11 Oct 2018

    Annual Reports 2017/18

    South African Tourism presented its 2017/18 Annual Report.

    The entity received an unqualified audit, for the period under review. The organisation had a total budget of R1.4 billion, and there were two incidents of irregular expenditure that amounted to R4.1 million.

    The AG identified an issue with ...

  • Tourism National Department of Tourism 2017/18 Annual Report
    10 Oct 2018

    Annual Reports 2017/18

    Report of the meeting to follow.

  • Tourism Department of Tourism & SA Tourism 2017/18 Annual Reports, with AGSA input
    9 Oct 2018

    The Auditor General of South Africa (AGSA) reported that the national Department of Tourism, and its entity, SA Tourism (SAT), had received an unqualified opinion on the audit of its annual financial statements (AFS), as both its AFS and annual performance reports (APR) were submitted on time, with no material ...

  • Tourism High Level Panel recommendations: Committee response; Committee Reports
    11 Sep 2018

    The Committee’s Content Advisor reported on the Department of Tourism’s fourth quarter performance report for 2017/18, and highlighted that the Department and South African Tourism (SAT) had failed to achieve their targets for the quarter. The Department had achieved only 88.1% of its targets, while SAT had achieved 68.3%. Recommendations ...

  • Tourism Tourism Quarter 1 performance
    5 Sep 2018

    The National Department of Tourism (NDT) briefed the Committee on its 1st Quarter Performance Report for 2018/19.

    As far as the overall target, the Department had achieved 72 out of 88 targets in this period.

    Programme 1: Corporate Management
    For the Programme there were seventeen targets of which sixteen had ...

  • Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Property Practitioner Bill [B21-2018]: stakeholder engagement
    4 Sep 2018

    The Committee received comments and recommendations from 12 organisations involved in the South African property industry on the proposals contained in the Property Practitioners Bill.

    The Mortgage Origination Council of South Africa (MORCSA) submitted that they were regulated by the Financial Sector Regulation Act (FRSA). If the Bill was enacted ...