Mr Amos Fish Mahlalela

National Assembly

Amos Fish Mahlalela

About Amos Fish Mahlalela

Committee appearances

  • Nursing Strategy: Chief Nursing Officer progress report; Nigerian delegation meeting — 30 Nov 2016

    Mr A Mahlalela (ANC) talked about the majority of South Africans who had been excluded from proper health services as a result of the issues pre-1994. He spoke about the model being developed by the DA on health, and accused the DA of trying to protect the interests of a ...
  • Nursing Strategy: Chief Nursing Officer progress report; Nigerian delegation meeting — 30 Nov 2016

    Mr A Mahlalela (ANC) welcomed members of the delegation and proceeded to give an overview of the South African Health sector. He said that the South African health system is divided into the public health sector and private sector. The public sector caters for about 85% of the populace and ...
  • Medical Innovation Bill: Department of Health briefing — 23 Nov 2016

    Mr A Mahlalela (ANC) sought clarity, believing that some of the principles had been agreed to some time ago and wondered what the particular difficulties were in the Department of Health and what was the engagement with the Presidency around having the legislation from 2015 put into force. He asked ...
  • Public Service Commission assessment of public health facilities — 9 Nov 2016

    Mr A Mahlalela (ANC) asked about the relationship between the Office of Health Standards Compliance (OHSC) and the PSC and whether they shared information or cooperated. He asked when the inspections were done. He asked for more detail on the Commission's remarks that patients are turned away and appointments ...
  • Health Budgetary Review and Recommendations Report — 25 Oct 2016

    Mr A Mahlalela (ANC) mentioned that the suggestion was progressive and making editorial comments was just fixing he English on the report.

All Committee Appearances

Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Health — 5 Aug 2016

    Whether adequate funding from the budget is being allocated to Primary Health Care in each province in line with the prescribed norms and standards; if not, (a) what is the (i) allocation amount and (ii) shortfall in each province and (b) what steps are being taken by his department to ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services — 30 Oct 2015

    Whether he intends to implement the recommendation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s amnesty committee dated 27 November 2000 in relation to the application of a certain person (name furnished); if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Health — 30 Oct 2015

    (1) Whether, in light of the finding by the District Health Barometer, which has been published by the Health Systems Trust that there are provinces and/or areas in provinces where children under the age of five years are dying in hospitals due to severe malnutrition, pneumonia and diarrhea, he ...

All Questions and Answers

Plenary appearances

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Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2015 [Source]

PENSIONS

Public/Private Source
Public Special Pension

SHARES AND OTHER FINANCIAL INTERESTS

Nature Name of Company No Nominal Value
Ordinary MTN Zakhele 150 R15 900
Ordinary Sasol - BEE 56 R25 540
Ordinary Mutual 240 R112 350
Ordinary Vodacom Yebo Yethu 100 R6 500

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Nelspruit 3 339sq.m. Empty Stand
Mbuzini 4 535sq.m. Residence village

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2014 [Source]

PENSIONS

Public/Private Source
Public Special Pension
Public GEPF

SHARES AND OTHER FINANCIAL INTERESTS

Nature Name of Company No Nominal Value
" MTN Zakhele 150 R18 081
Ordinary Sasol - BEE 56 R25 540
Ordinary Mutual 240 R112 350
Ordinary Vodacom Yebo Yethu 100 R6 500

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Nelspruit 3 339sq.m. Empty stand
Mbuzini Village 4 535sq.m. Residence

2017 attendance

83% attendance rate

Attended 5 meetings out of 6

2016 attendance

69% attendance rate

Attended 20 meetings out of 29

2015 attendance

78% attendance rate

Attended 21 meetings out of 27

2014 attendance

(From the start of the Fifth Parliament)

88% attendance rate

Attended 14 meetings out of 16

MP attendance is compulsory unless an apology is given. Minister/Deputy Minister attendance is not compulsory.

DISCLAIMER: This is not the official attendance record of Parliament. This information has been obtained via the Parliamentary Monitoring Group. PMG makes every effort to compile reliable and comprehensive information, but does not claim that the data is 100% accurate and complete.