Thank you, Madam Speaker. Hon Minister, it is true that according to scientific studies it is predicted that Africa will suffer the direct impact of extreme climatic changes. They say that South Africa, which has a stable economy as compared to most other African countries, could expect to be a shelter for people from other parts of Africa. We have this in mind and rising temperatures, drought-destroying crops, animal populations declining and the thought of obviously our having to be prepared for not perhaps just our South African population, but those countries surrounding us.
Has this been taken into consideration? Also, you have mentioned obviously some intersectoral work that has been done on the holistic approach. So my follow-up question was going to be: What kind of intersectoral approach has been taken and are the possible repercussions - water sanitation for migrants - broader than our South African population being taken into consideration? Thank you.