This week in Parliament: Committee Meetings
Sep 26, 2023

Parliament has entered a constituency period from 26 September – 9 October 2023. The fourth and final term of the year will commence on 10 October and is programmed to end on 01 December 2023.

On committee level, however, a few meetings are scheduled for this week. 

A joint meeting focussing on the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) will be held. AGOA gives preferential trade status to many South African exports to the United States. There has been political pressure within the US for SA to be excluded from the act because of its stance on the war in Ukraine. 

In the NCOP the Select Committee on Public Enterprises and Communication will be briefed on the expected growth of communication infrastructure and investments following the successful auction allocating high-demand radio frequency spectrum. 

Committee Programme 


Joint Meeting: Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry and Select Committee on Trade and Industry, Economic Development, Small Business Development, Tourism, Employment and Labour, (National Assembly and National Council of Provinces), [Briefing by the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition on progress report on African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA); Consideration and adoption of minutes], Virtual Meeting Platform, 08:00-13:00 

Select Committee on Finance, (National Council of Provinces), [Further consideration of policy issues in the Municipal Fiscal Powers and Functions Amendment Bill [B21B-2022]; Further processing of Municipal Fiscal Powers and Functions Amendment Bill [B21B-2022] and possible adoption of the committee report], Virtual Meeting Platform, 14:30-17:30 


Select Committee on Transport, Public Service and Administration, Public Works and Infrastructure, (National Council of Provinces), [Consideration of oral and written submissions on Expropriation Bill [B 23B-2020 (s76)], Committee Room S12A, Ground Floor, NCOP Building, Parliament, 09:00-13:00 

Select Committee on Public Enterprises and Communication, (National Council of Provinces), [Briefing by ICASA on how the auctioning and/or availability of the spectrum will transform and create competition in the telecommunication sector with respect to the reduction of costs to communicate; Consideration and Adoption of Minutes], Virtual Meeting Platform, 10:00-13:00

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