Both the Senate and the National Assembly adjourned until Tuesday 5 March. They had been in session since 29 January, at the rate of three sittings for each week of the three-week period.
Routine committee business is suspended until Monday 4 March. National Assembly portfolio committees, however, will be conducting public hearings on three important and urgent Bills namely; the Tripartite Negotiating Forum Bill, Companies and Other Business Entities Bill and Consumer Protection Bill. Other portfolio committees will be undergoing four-day induction or sensitisation workshops at conference venues.
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