The Limpopo Legislature seeks to be a representative and consultative body, a vanguard of people’s aspirations and interests towards a democratic, non-sexist, non-racial, united and prosperous society.
The Legislature is an autonomous institution and an agent for transformation that strives to:
Defend, strengthen, deepen and maintain democracy;
Make quality laws and policies for the citizens of the province;
Have an effective and meaningful participation of the citizens in the law-making processes;
Articulate the needs and desires of the citizens of the province;
Be a transparent, consultative and accountable institution;
Maintain norms set nationally for the eradication of racism and gender imbalances;
Have a representative and accountable budget;
Ensure provision, retention of competent skills and efficient utilization of human resources;
Exercise oversight over the executive arm of government; and
Provide financial and administrative support to political parties represented in the Legislature and provide effective management and support to Members of the Legislature.
Oversight over the executive arm of government;
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Consider, pass, amend or reject any bill before the Legislature with the exclusion of money bills;
Ensures that all provincial executive organs of state in the province are accountable. This is done through conducting oversight over the executives;
Facilitate public participation in law making processes and address petitions brought before the Legislature; and
Provide financial and administrative assistance to each party represented in the Legislature
The Estimates of Provincial Revenue and Expenditure (EPRE) sets out the detailed spending plans of each government department for the coming year.
National Treasury, departments and commitees are busy with different things depending on the time of year:
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