President Cyril Ramaphosa will brief the nation on government interventions on a number of critical issues of national concern when he responds to questions posed by Members of Parliament in the National Assembly tomorrow Thursday 31 October 2019 at 14h00.
The President’s responses will deal with amongst others the fight to end the scourge of gender based violence an update on the implementation of the economic stimulus and recovery plan and progress on government’s program to accelerate land reform.
Questions for oral reply to the President are scheduled at least once a quarter during session time within Parliament’s annual programme.
Up to six questions about matters of national or international importance may be asked during the three hour session.
During the session the President responds to the main questions and associated supplementary questions.
Holding regular question and answer sessions is one of the ways in which Parliament exercises it’s oversight role over the work of the Executive and holds it to account.
Source: The Presidency Republic of South Africa