Legislation

LEGISLATION CURRENTLY TABLED IN PARLIAMENT

As at 27 May 2018 excluding draft Bills still with government departments for public comment, the following Bills are now officially tabled for attention in Parliament:

 

B13-2018     PUBLIC AUDIT AMENDMENT BILL                                                                                

Standing Committee of the Auditor General

Bill due for second reading

 

B12-2018     BANKS AMENDMENT BILL

Private Members Bill   Mr NF Shivambu

Meetings to be scheduled

 

B11-2018     CIVIL UNION AMENDMENT BILL

Private Members Bill Ms D Carter

Meetings to be scheduled

 

B10-2018     IKMVA NATIONAL E-SKILLS INSTITUTE BILL

Minister of Telecommunications and Posts

Parliamentary comments invited

 

B9-2018       PREVENTION AND COMBATING OF HATE CRIMES AND HATE SPEECH BILL

Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Bill recently tabled. Meetings not scheduled

 

B8-2018       SOCIAL ASSISTANCE AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Social Development

Meetings to be scheduled

 

B7-2018       CUSTOMARY INITIATION BILL

Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Meetings yet to be scheduled

 

B6-2018       AIR TRAFFIC AND NAVIGATION SERVICES BILL

Minister of Transport

Meetings yet to be scheduled

 

B4-2018       ANIMALS PROTECTION AMENDMENT BILL

Private Members Bill (C Dudley)

Referred to House of Traditional Leaders

 

B3-2018     APPROPRIATION BILL

Minister of Finance

Heading for NA by end of May

 

B1-2018    PUBLIC INVESTMENT CORPORATION AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Finance

Public hearings commencing

 

B37-2017       INTERNATIONAL CRIMES BILL

Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development

Briefing end of May

 

B36-2017        REPEAL OF THE OVERVAAL RESORTS LIMITED

Minister of Public Enterprises

Debates and briefings commenced

 

B35-2017        ELECTRONIC DEEDS REGISTRATION SYSTEMS BILL

Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

Meetings to be scheduled

 

B34- 2017       CHOICE OF TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY AMENDMENT BILL

Private Member’s Bill, Cherilyn Dudley

Meetings to be scheduled

 

B33-2017        POLITICAL PARTY FUNDING BILL

Ad hoc Bill from Political Parties Committee

Briefings early June

 

B32-2017        LABOUR RELATIONS AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Labour

Referred to Dept of Labour for re-drafting

 

B31-2017        NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE BILL

Minister of Labour

Bill at second reading in NA

 

B30-2017        BASIC CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Labour

Bill at second reading in NA

 

B29-2017        LABOUR LAWS AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Labour

Meetings to be scheduled

 

B23B-2017      NATIONAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Science and Technology

Reached National Assembly for reading

 

B22B-2017      CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION BILL

Minister of Police

Comments now closed. Deliberations commenced

 

B20-2017    SANRAL & NATIONAL ROADS AMENDMENT BILL

Private Members Bill

Meetings yet to be scheduled

 

B-19 RESTITUTION OF LAND RIGHTS AMENDMENT BILL

Private Members Bill

Meetings yet to be scheduled

 

B18-2017      DEFENCE AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Defence

Further meetings yet to be scheduled

 

B17-2017      ROAD ACCIDENT BENEFIT SCHEME BILL

Minister of Transport

Public hearings in process

 

B16-2017        NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE OF SA BILL

Minister of Health

Debate commenced

 

B15-2017        NATIONAL HEALTH LABORATORY SERVICE AMNDT BILL

Minister of Health

With NCOP for concurrence

 

B14-2017        NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MNGMT LAWS AMNDT BILL

Minister of Environmental Affairs

Meetings to be scheduled

 

B13-2017        COPYRIGHT AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Trade and Industry

In final debate stage by Portfolio Committee

 

B12-2017        COMMUNAL PROPERTY ASSOCIATIONS AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B9-2017        MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING BILL

Minister of Environmental Affairs

With NCOP for concurrence and mandates

 

B8-2017       TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP & GOV. FRAMEWORK AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Further meetings to follow.

B6-2017        CYBERCRIMES AND CYBERSECURITY BILL
Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B1-2017         TRADITIONAL COURTS BILL

Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Passed to Traditional House of Leaders

 

B24-2016       PERFORMERS’ PROTECTION AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Trade and Industry

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B11-2016        NATIONAL FORESTS AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Meetings to finalise in June

 

B10B-2016      LIQUOR PRODUCTS AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Further meetings to be announced

 

B9B-2016        BORDER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY BILL

Minister of Home Affairs

Further meetings to be announced

 

B7-2016         NATIONAL LAND TRANSPORT AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Transport

With the NCOP for provincial mandates

 

 

B6 -2016       PROTECTION, PROMOTION, DVPMNT & MNGT OF INDIG. KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS BILL

Minister of Science and Technology

Prov Mandates to be in by mid-June

 

B39-2015      BROADCASTING AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Communications

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B38-2015      ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUDICATION OF ROAD TRAFFIC OFFENCES BILL

Minister of Transport

With NCOP for written submissions

 

B37-2015    FILMS AND PUBLICATIONS AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Communications

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B35-2015    FOREIGN SERVICE BILL

Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B24 – 2015     EXTENSION OF SECURITY OF TENURE AMNDMENT BIL

Minister of Land Reform

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B23-2015       TRADITIONAL AND KHOI-SAN LEADERSHIP BILL

Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B21-2015       PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Public Service and Administration

Provincial mandates received. Final debates in NCOP

 

B11– 2015     PLANT BREEDERS’ RIGHTS BILL

Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Provincial mandates received. Final debates in NCOP

 

B8-2015        PLANT IMPROVEMENT BILL

Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B4D-2015    EXPROPRIATION BILL

Minister of Public Works

Further meetings to be scheduled

 

B15B-2013   MINERAL AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AMENDMENT BILL

Minister of Mineral Resources

Further meetings to be scheduled

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