Parliament, Tuesday, 20 September 2022 - The South African Legislative Sector (SALS) will tomorrow, Wednesday, 21 September, hold its Speakers' Forum meeting at The Capital Pearls Hotel in Kwa-Mhlanga, Durban.
The meeting intends to, among others, consider the Sector's consolidated budget for 2023/2024, get a status update on the collective bargaining process for 2022, and various reports, including the International Parliamentary engagements.
The Speakers' Forum comprises the Presiding Officers of Parliament, Speakers and Deputy Speakers of all the nine provincial legislatures. It sets the agenda and oversees the management and coordination of sector programmes.
The National Assembly Speaker, Ms Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula and the National Council of Provinces Chairperson, Mr Amos Masondo, are the co-chairpersons of the Forum. It is the highest decision-making body in the Legislative Sector in South Africa and meets regularly to set the direction.
DETAILS OF THE SPEAKERS FORUM MEETING:
Date: 21 September 2022
Time: 9am - 4pm
Venue: The Capital Pearls Hotel, KwaMhlanga, Durban and the virtual platform
Media wishing to cover the event and interview the co-Chairpersons of the Speaker’s Forum, Ms Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula and Mr Amos Masondo, must send their details (Full Names, ID number, Media House, Designation) to Xihlamariso Ngoveni on 083 529 1888 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the public may follow the proceedings live on Parliament TV (DSTV Channel 408) via the live stream on Parliament’s YouTube channel, Facebook and Twitter pages.
You may subscribe to the Parliament YouTube channel to receive instant notification of live feeds.
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