Special Appropriation Bill

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Special Appropriation Bill

“Government has committed R23 billion to be allocated to Eskom over the next 3 years in the current fiscal framework, Eskom’s funding plan is dependent on Eskom raising additional finance from the market, which in turn requires Eskom to be a going concern. It is therefore important to note that the proposed financial support for 2019/20 and 2020/21 financial years addresses the going concern status and enables Eskom to honour its obligations.

Therefore, this Special Appropriation Bill request approval for additional financial support for Eskom as follows:

a. Additional R26 billion in 2019/20 financial year; and

b. R33 billion in the 2020/21 financial year.”

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No I do not
The security company in my area is extremely better than the police.
No I do not
This will be grossly unfair to Law- abiding citizens who are under Lockdown because of the Covid 19 pandemic, and the violence and crime grows continuously in South Africa. !
No I do not
To take away weopans will meet the end...it will never justify the means of protecting or to react to life danger situation...it will meen that security work can only be done by the presents of police... when armed criminals are active of enforcing their terror by means of no mercy ...firstly many incidents security is first on the seen or are at the seen... unifirm is the simbel of criteria for that type of discpline ..you can not wear a trouser to protect high deligated person or tactical clothes it means that clothes are wear to set out the type of work entented....to inforce law to eliminate firsthand workers are going to put more strain on combatting crime and will also put more strain on police enforcement...