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The evaluation of the implementation of disability policies is a result of the low rate of public participations in the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature’s programs as well as the low number of disabled persons who are employed.
Institutions like Parliaments and Legislatures are law making institutions, some of their tasks in to attract comments, suggestions and ideas from all interested parties to participate in the law making process.
They also have a responsibility to conduct vigorous oversight over the provincial government departments; this includes issues like compliance with the relevant policies and regulations.
The data was collect from three different groupings namely the staff of ECPL, the members of provincial legislature as well as the general public which includes disabled persons.
It was clear from the findings that the management and the MPL, who are decision makers of the institution, have a very shallow knowledge of the disability policies and regulations.
There is a disability strategy which was made for all the legislatures and National Parliament; however the strategy has not been implemented in ECPL.
Pumza Mbutuma was born in the dusty streets of Mdantsane; a township situated near East London in the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa.
When she matriculated; she started working until she was offered a bursary by her employer to study part-time.
Since then, studies have been a hobby to keep her out of the streets.
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