Dr Annelie Lotriet

National Assembly

Annelie Lotriet

About Annelie Lotriet

Dr Lotriet was born in Johannesburg. She completed her post-secondary education at Rand Afrikaans University where she graduated with a BA degree in Languages. She continued her studies and completed a Doctorate degree in Education specializing in higher education. Before making her entrance into South African politics she worked in academia and lectured at both Vista University and the University of the Free State. In 2000 she was appointed as a ward councilor for the DA in Mangaung and served on number of provincial and national committees, boards and associations and previously served as the DA Shadow Minister of Higher Education. Source: DA (http://www.da.org.za).

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2018 committee attendance as mp

88% attendance rate

Attended 30 meetings out of 34

2017 committee attendance as mp

94% attendance rate

Attended 29 meetings out of 31

2016 committee attendance as mp

81% attendance rate

Attended 25 meetings out of 31

2015 committee attendance as mp

71% attendance rate

Attended 15 meetings out of 21

2014 committee attendance as mp

(From the start of the Fifth Parliament)

95% attendance rate

Attended 18 meetings out of 19

  • Attendance records reflect Committee not Plenary Attendance
  • Minister/Deputy Minister attendance is not compulsory.
  • MP attendance is compulsory unless an apology is given
  • MPs are recorded as absent whether they have, or have not submitted apologies.
  • This is not the official committee attendance record of Parliament.
  • Plenary Attendance is not made public by Parliament although it has been requested.

Recent meetings attended

All meetings attended

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Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2017 [Source]

SHARES AND OTHER FINANCIAL INTERESTS

Nature Name of Company No Nominal Value
Unit Stanlib 2993 15000

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Bloemfontein 250sq.m Sectional Title House

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2016 [Source]

SHARES AND OTHER FINANCIAL INTERESTS

Nature Name of Company No Nominal Value
Unit Trust Stanlib 1 400 R15 000

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Bloemfontein 260sq.m. House in village

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2015 [Source]

SHARES AND OTHER FINANCIAL INTERESTS

Nature Name of Company No Nominal Value
Unit Trust Stanlib 100 R15 000

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Bloemfontein 180sq.m. House [Sectional title]

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2014 [Source]

SHARES AND OTHER FINANCIAL INTERESTS

Nature Name of Company No Nominal Value
Unit Trust Stanlib Portfolio 8 500 R140 000

Committee appearances

  • Section 25 review of Constitution: Committee report 8 Nov 2018

    Dr A Lotriet (DA) said the minutes read that the Chairperson informed the meeting that Parliament should take ownership of the process and prepare a presentation on the written submissions. There was an omission as the minutes did not reflect the discussion on the manner the service provider was appointed.
  • Section 25 review of Constitution: Committee report 8 Nov 2018

    Dr Lotriet (DA) noted that the party submissions were a request but not an agreement. She pointed out that there are outstanding presentations. She asked if members can get the date and details of the additional presentations.
  • Section 25 review of Constitution: draft report 1 Nov 2018

    Ms A Lotriet (DA) said that she was at the meeting. It was correct that everyone unanimously rejected that report. In fact, members went out and had a separate meeting where it was said that the report was rejected, and Parliament was going to be requested to do a report ...
  • Section 25 review of Constitution: oral presentations 26 Oct 2018

    Dr A Lotriet (DA) said that she wished to apologise to the presenters. Her first question had also been asked by Mr Smith. She asked about the implied versus the explicit meaning of Section of 25. She asked about the Foundation’s views on just and equitable compensation. Could that ...
  • Section 25 review of Constitution: oral presentations 25 Oct 2018

    Dr A Lotriet (DA) asked for the speaker’s view on expropriation of land, especially taking into consideration that that Section 25 has not been tested in court.

All Committee Appearances

Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services 2 Jul 2018

    (1)    What are the details of the (a) number of accidents that vehicles owned by his department were involved (i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018, (b) cost for repairs in each case and (c)(i) number of and (ii) reasons for ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of State Security 14 Jun 2018

    1. What are the details of the (a) number of accidents that vehicles owned by her department were involved (i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018, (b) cost for repairs in each case and (c)(i) number of and (ii) reasons for ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Basic Education 28 Feb 2018

    With reference to her reply to question 2226 on 21 August 2017, has she received the requested information from the Eastern Cape Department of Education?

All Questions and Answers

Plenary appearances

  • Consideration Of Report Of Ad Hoc Committee To Consider And Report On Recommendations Contained In Public Protector's Report Number 13 Of 2013-14 7 Nov 2013

    Chairperson, the referral of the Public Protector's report on the IEC's headquarters has exposed critical weaknesses in the relationship between the Public Protector and other Chapter 9 institutions, as well as the relationship between the Public Protector and Parliament.

    In her report, the Public Protector specified remedial action ...

  • No2817E 11 Sep 2013

    Deputy Minister, today I would like to ask you, just like the more than 20 000 students at Walter Sisulu University asked: Where is the Minister? The students have been asking this question for almost eight weeks.

    Mr Deputy Minister, the problem we have is that the unions on campus ...

All Plenary Appearances