National Council of provinces Plenary, 23rd June 2022
The National Council of Provinces (NCOP) is one of the two Houses of Parliament. The NCOP is constitutionally mandated to ensure that provincial interests are taken into account in the national sphere of government. This is done through participation in the national legislative process and by providing a national forum for consideration of issues affecting provinces.The NCOP also plays a unique role in the promotion of the principles of Cooperative Government and Intergovernmental Relations. It ensures that the three spheres of government work together in performing their unique functions in terms of the Constitution and that in doing so, they do not encroach in each other’s area of competence.
1 Jul 2022
Government · Politics
1 Motions 2. Reports 3. Consideration of the Financial Sector and Deposit Insurance Levies Bill [B 3B - 2022] (s77) 4. Consideration of the Financial Sector and Deposit Insurance Levies (Administration) Bill [B 4B - 2022](s75) 5. Debate on Indigent Support: Subsidisation of basic services to indigent households.
Consideration of the Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Amendment Bill [B 25 -2021](s75) Debate on the Socio-economic Impact and Threat of the Production and Trade in Counterfeit Products: Waging a concerted battle against the production and distribution of counterfeit products