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Parliamentary committees, whose main function is to scrutinise legislation and oversee government action, will return to work in a phased approach in line with government guidelines, presiding officers said on Thursday.
However, with parliament’s focus firmly on dealing with the coronavirus crisis, some of the key issues that were expected to dominate the agenda this year, such as expropriation of land without compensation and public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s future, will likely be parked. ..
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