What is your political background? My interest in politics started way back in 1976 and 1977 when I was young and still attending teaching college. I started teaching in 1980 and then joined a teacher union. As a unionist I became actively involved in politics. From 2000 to 2006 I served as a Councillor in Mbhase Municipality in the Eastern Cape. I then became a Councillor in the Amathole District Municipality and served from 2006 to 2010. In 2011 I was elected to serve as a Member of Parliament. More...
AARTO Amendment Bill: consideration of submissions — 14 Mar 2017
Committee Programme; Committee Reports — 1 Feb 2017
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71% attendance rate
Attended 10 meetings out of 14
69% attendance rate
Attended 36 meetings out of 52
70% attendance rate
Attended 33 meetings out of 47
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