As we approach Mandela Day and celebrate Mandela’s life and legacy, ACDP Member of Parliament Cheryllyn Dudley visited the Ray of Sunshine House on a smallholding in the Atlantis area in Cape Town where children in need have been taken in and integrated into a family.
Responding to Private Health Scheme Inquiry Recommendations released on Friday last week, ACDP Member of Parliament Cheryllyn Dudley today said that "the ACDP is urging that the recommendations are urgently considered and adopted.
ACDP Member of Parliament Cheryllyn Dudley responded to the shocking news of the Gugulethu Fire Station in Cape Town being set alight by protestors in the early hours of Thursday morning.
ACDP Member of Parliament Cheryllyn Dudley today said that “the ACDP joins many others in welcoming the 12-year sentence of a man in the southern Cape for possession of child pornography.”
ACDP Member of Parliament Cheryllyn Dudley today called on the Departments of Basic and Higher Education “to conduct a public participation process for all stakeholders to deliberate on the content of any proposed sex education curriculum.
ACDP MP and Member of Social Development Portfolio Committee, Cheryllyn Dudley, continues to receive angry messages from pensioners and disabled people who still have not received their pensions and benefits.
ACDP Member of Parliament, Cheryllyn Dudley, today said that, “The ACDP welcomes the wage agreement between Parliament and the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (NEHAWU) and commends all involved in finding common ground and a way forward.
As delegates from around the world meet in Poland today to debate Amnesty International’s position on safe and legal abortion, ACDP Member of Parliament, Cheryllyn Dudley, who championed the ACDP’s Choice of Termination on Pregnancy Amendment Bill of 2017, was invited on air to share her thoughts on SAfm this morning.
ACDP MP and member of the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, Cheryllyn Dudley, at briefings yesterday on the interventions taken to deal with the escalating statistics of rape and kidnapping of children asked the Department of Social Development, the South African Human Rights Commission, and the Commission for Gender Equality and the Committee to “investigate what part legislation is playing in causing statutory rape to be condoned by all who should be exposing it and protecting our young people. We have a situation where an abuser can take a 12-year-old for an abortion and no questions are asked”.
The South African Social Services Agency (SASSA) briefed the Portfolio Committee on Social Development yesterday, on reasons for non-payment of grants and long queues at pay points.