The committee is happy to announce that all Members who were legally obliged to disclose have done so
CAPE TOWN, South Africa, June 6, 2018,-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- The Joint Committee on Ethics and Members’ Interests at its meeting on Thursday, 31 May 2018, considered and adopted the Register of Members’ Interests for 2017.
The committee hereby publishes the Register of Members’ Interests for 2017 to members of the public as well as the media. The register is published to ensure transparency, and to instil public trust and confidence in Parliament.
The committee is happy to announce that all Members who were legally obliged to disclose have done so. However, the committee is concerned by the growing number of late disclosures and has resolved to have these cases investigated.
Meanwhile, the committee has been granted permission to meet during the constituency period to deal with outstanding cases. To this end, a sub-committee has developed a programme to deal will all cases referred to it by the committee, and will report back to the committee in due course.
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