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Mathabatha lauded for retaining his seat

African Nation­al Con­gress (ANC) Peter Mok­a­ba Region con­grat­u­late Chupu Math­a­batha in the wake of retain­ing his chair as pre­mier of Limpopo.

Region­al Chair­per­son John Mpe said Mathabatha’s elec­tion brings con­ti­nu­ity that will empow­er the province.

 Mpe expects Math­a­batha to fast-track ser­vice deliv­ery and attend to all issues raised by com­mu­ni­ties “dur­ing elec­tion cam­paign”

 “We  wel­come and applauds all rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the Limpopo Leg­is­la­ture and the Exec­u­tive Coun­cil for the 6th Limpopo admin­is­tra­tion,” said Mpe.

The Region also Con­grat­u­late elec­tion of all Polit­i­cal office bear­ers, all Mem­bers of  Provin­cial Leg­is­la­ture and new­ly elect­ed Mem­bers of Exec­u­tive Coun­cil

‘’There is no doubt all men and women deployed by ANCwill exe­cute the man­date with­out obsta­cles and will hold the exec­u­tive account­able at all mate­r­i­al times,” said Mpe.

Mean­while, ANC’s state­ment from Luthuli House con­gradu­lat­ed des­ig­nat­ed mem­bers sworn-in on Thurs­day after­noon as per­ma­nent del­e­gates to the Nation­al Coun­cil of Provinces (NCOP).

“ANC also wish­es to con­grat­u­late the new NCOP Pre­sid­ing Offi­cers who were all elect­ed unop­posed this morn­ing,” the rul­ing par­ty Nation­al Spokesper­son, Pule Mabe said in a state­ment.

Par­lia­ment have elect­ed Amos Mason­do as Chair­per­son of the NCOP, Sylvia Lucas as Deputy Chair­per­son and Seiso Mohai as Chief Whip.

Mabe said the ANC has con­fi­dence these cadres will dis­charge their man­date respon­si­bi­ly.

As the new House of Par­lia­ment, the NCOP plays a dis­tinct Con­sti­tu­tion­al role in ensur­ing that mem­bers take provin­cial inter­ests into account in the nation­al sphere of gov­ern­ment.

“We are con­fi­dent all our ANC provin­cial del­e­gates to the NCOP will car­ry out their rep­re­sen­ta­tive, leg­isla­tive and over­sight func­tions in the inter­est of the provinces they rep­re­sent,” said Mabe.

The peo­ple of our coun­try expect both Hous­es of Par­lia­ment look into issues that con­cern their dai­ly lives.

“The ANC looks for­ward to robust debates and calls on all pub­lic rep­re­sen­ta­tives across polit­i­cal lines to, all times, uphold and respect the deco­rum of the house,” said Mabe.

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