Scope of Work
The Development Chamber seeks to reach consensus and conclude agreements on matters pertaining to social and economic policy; both urban and rural implementation strategies as well as developmental programmes. The Development Chamber adopts a proactive approach in dealing with developmental issues within the legislative framework and outside the legislative programme.
Chambers Modus Operandi
Most of the substantive work of the Chamber is done in Task Teams comprising representatives of stakeholders that have specific knowledge of the relevant subject matter. The work of the Task Team is governed by Terms of Reference, which are developed by the Chamber. The outcome of work done in the Task Teams is submitted to the Chamber for consideration and ratification. Once the Task Team report is signed off by the Chamber, it is then tabled at the Management Committee for final consideration and sign off.
The Chamber is required to meet at least six (6) times in each financial year. Representation in the Chamber is as follows: 6 mandated representatives from Organised Labour, Business, Community and Government.
Chamber Convenors and Secretariat
Business Convenor – Fani Xaba
Community Convenor – Lawrence Bale
Government Convenor – Adam Mthombeni
Labour Convenor – Matthew Parks
Chamber Coordinator – Priscilla Mashabane
Tel: 087 7022 457 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Issues currently on the agenda of the Chamber:
- National Disability Policy
- Integrated Youth Development Strategy (IYDS)
- Women Empowerment and Gender Equality Bill
- Expanded Public Works Programmes
Recently finalised items of the Chamber:
- National Education and Evaluation Unit (NEEDU) Bill
- Public Transport: Road Accident Fund
- Public Transport: Metered Taxi Implementation Strategy
- Climate Change (Joint project with the Trade and Industry Chamber)
- Cooperatives Amendment Bill (Joint project with the Trade and Industry Chamber)
- Rental Housing Amendment Bill
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