The controversial Protection of State Information Bill has been slotted first on the National Assembly's agenda, on Tuesday at 2pm.
The Assembly will consider the report from the ad-hoc committee on the bill, before the House decides whether to pass the bill.
If a division is called for, MPs will individually vote on the bill in an ordinary open vote.
The various political parties will be able to make declarations on the bill before a decision is taken, Parliament confirmed on Tuesday.
“When the bill is passed by the National Assembly, it will be referred to the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) for consideration.