Parliament loses chairpersons of some powerful committees
Government has announced it would cut R100m in costs for the presidential inauguration ceremony at Loftus Stadium in Pretoria.
Members of Parliament be will sworn in next Wednesday. After that, they’ll vote for the president.
The president will be sworn in the following Saturday.
Eyewitness News reporter Gaye Davis explains what the itinerary for the new MPs will be in the first week.
We have lost some chairs of some powerful committees, such as Yunus Carrim.Gaye Davis, Reporter - EWN
Quite a number of committees are going to be repopulated. There will be new members.Gaye Davis, Reporter - EWN
We are going to see a shift in dynamics.Gaye Davis, Reporter - EWN
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