Honourable Members & Cape Town

The prefix The Honourable or The Honorable (abbreviated to The Hon. or formerly The Hon'ble) is a style used before the names of certain classes of persons. Cape Town is the second-most populous city in South Africa, and the provincial capital and primate city of the Western Cape. 5.0/5

Honourable Members Cape Town President Jacob Zuma National Assembly South Africa Deputy Speaker South Africans President Mandela Constitutional Court Global Impact Deputy President Jeff Radebe Correctional Service Rural Development Deputy Chairperson Free State

Address by President Jacob Zuma in response to the debate on The State of The Nation Address National Assembly, Cape Town 20 February 2014 Honourable Speaker, Honourable Deputy Speaker, Honourable Deputy President, Mr Kgalema Motlanthe, Honourable Ministers and Deputy Ministers, Honourable Members, Fellow South Africans, Thank you Honourable Speaker for the opportunity to respond to the debate on the 2014 State of the Nation Address. Allow me Honourable Speaker to extend a warm welcome to the Minister of Local Government of the Palestinian National Authority, Dr Al-Koni and his delegation, who are in the country for bilateral discussions with our Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Ministry. Their visit will further cement our relations with Palestine. We also welcome students from the Glen Agricultural College in the Free State and also the representatives from the Kalkbay fishing community. Samukela zonke ezinye izivakashi ezikhona namhlanje lapha ePhalamende. Honourable Speaker, Let me thank ...
Budget Vote Speech by the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande, MP, to the National Assembly, Cape Town 8 May 2013 Honourable Speaker / House Chairperson, Cabinet Colleagues and Deputy Ministers, Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee, Honourable Members of Parliament, Director-General and Staff of the department, Heads and Executives of all our Post-School Organisations and Institutions, My family, Honoured guests, My special guests Ladies and gentlemen and comrades. Introduction This year 2013 marks the 60th Anniversary of the Bantu Education Act which introduced and systematised a racist system of education aimed at severely restricting the educational opportunities of blacks in this country. Most of our government’s efforts with regard to education since 1994 have been aimed at overcoming this burdensome legacy together with the entire oppressive inheritance of colonialism and apartheid. Great progress has been made over the past 19 years in expanding access and success in post ...
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