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Parliamentary Notebook: Land, state capture, minimum wage – key highlights of a busy 2018 for MPs that draws to close

Parliament has wrapped up for 2018. The national legislature’s in-tray is not quite cleared – the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) rose for the year with a backlog of legislation to pass – and some of the work for 2019 is already clear, including finding eight new SABC board members and the 18th Constitutional Amendment Bill for land expropriation without compensation that will, no doubt, set tempers alight. But for now Parliament is in recess after a year, that ANC Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu in Friday’s year-end briefing described as...

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Published By: dailymaverick - Friday, 7 December