The DEPUTY SPEAKER Hon member why are you rising The MINISTER OF TOURISM Thank

The deputy speaker hon member why are you rising the

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The DEPUTY SPEAKER: Hon member, why are you rising? The MINISTER OF TOURISM: Thank you very much. On a point of order: The conduct of members who come to Parliament in terms of the gallery. The former member who is sitting up there is taking pictures ... who is not supposed to be in the House. [Interjections.] The DEPUTY SPEAKER: Hon members in the gallery, you are welcome but please don’t break the rules. Go ahead, hon member. Dr M Q NDLOZI: Deputy Speaker? Deputy Speaker? The DEPUTY SPEAKER: Allow your speaker to proceed, hon member.
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UNREVISED HANSARD JOINT SITTING TUESDAY, 25 JUNE 2019 Page: 131 Dr M Q NDLOZI: No, on a point of order: Don’t allow these people who are suffering from jealousy to disrupt this young, brilliant, black woman from delivering her speech. This is her maiden speech. The DEPUTY SPEAKER: No, hon Ndlozi, you are disrupting her yourself. Dr M Q NDLOZI: This is her maiden speech, Deputy Speaker. Can you please give her a chance? The DEPUTY SPEAKER: Yes, and you are ... No, hon member? Dr M Q NDLOZI: You are jealous, man. She’s outshining you. The DEPUTY SPEAKER: Take your seat. You are out of order. You are out of order. [Interjections.] Hon members, allow the member to speak. Mr J S MALEMA: On a point of order, Deputy Speaker. The DEPUTY SPEAKER: What’s your point of order, hon member?
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UNREVISED HANSARD JOINT SITTING TUESDAY, 25 JUNE 2019 Page: 132 Mr J S MALEMA: We are asking you to protect her. It’s her maiden speech. Please protect her. You are not doing that. The DEPUTY SPEAKER: Hon member, you yourselves raise points of order in the middle of her presentation. Just like all other members are raising points of order, the rules require that we must listen to anybody who raises a point of order in the House. She’s no different. If a point of order is raised in the House it must be listened to. We can’t assume that it can’t be said. Please take your seat and allow her to proceed. Mr J S MALEMA: No. Deputy Speaker, a point of order was called relating to people who are doing something in the gallery. You did not see them yourself. You called them to order. You did not see what she talked about ... instead of telling her to sit down so that you protect the speaker ... [Inaudible.] ... sustain your own ... Please protect her. The DEPUTY SPEAKER: Hon Malema, I’ll invite you in future to help me make orders in the House; not today. Hon member, proceed.
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UNREVISED HANSARD JOINT SITTING TUESDAY, 25 JUNE 2019 Page: 133 Ms N N CHIRWA: Today Thandi is excluded from Rhodes University for protesting against rape culture. Thandi is financially excluded from completing her qualification because your National Student Financial Aid Scheme, NSFAS, did not pay for her last year of study. Thandi was turned back from a clinic because of a shortage of contraceptives. Thandi then fell pregnant and was again turned back from hospital because the waiting list for abortion services can stretch to over five months.
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