Ms Annette Theresa Lovemore

Formerly: National Assembly

Annette Theresa Lovemore

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About Annette Theresa Lovemore

Annette Theresa Lovemore's plenary attendance record for Feb-Apr 2013 and 2012.

Annette Theresa Lovemore was born on 20 December 1958. She graduated from Kimberly Girls’ High School in 1975 and went on to receive her BSc at University of Cape Town in 1978. Ms Lovemore is the DA’s former Shadow Minister of Home Affairs. She has continuously brought to light the inadequacies of the handling of refugee applicants within South Africa, laws that could hurt the prospects of foreign investments in the country, and the Department of Home Affairs' seemingly nonchalant handling of ID, grant and pension fraud occurring with foreigners illegally in South Africa. She currently serves as the DA's shadow Minister for Basic Education, since June 2014. Prior to her election to Parliament in 2009, she served as a Councilor in the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality.

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Attendance of committee meetings:

2016 committee attendance as mp

16% attendance rate (3 of 19 )

2015 committee attendance as mp

88% attendance rate (22 of 25 )

2014 committee attendance as mp

(From the start of the Fifth Parliament)

71% attendance rate (12 of 17 )

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What they said in committee meetings:

What are committee meetings?

Committee meetings are planned events where real-world impactful work happens such as law-making, oversight and public participation - which are all cornerstones of the work our MPs do. Although often citizens focus on the public debate taking place in main chambers, the majority of MPs' time is spent working within committees. Here is a place to see what your committee is saying.

Ms A Lovemore (DA) asked for the number of suspended employees in the public service. She commented that she was ...

Ms A Lovemore (DA) noted that her questions could have been better informed if the presenters had got the documents ...

Ms A Lovemore (DA) mentioned that she had submitted a written question for ministerial reply and a minister had previously ...

Questions asked to ministers:

What are questions asked to ministers?

Written questions and feedback are essential tools used by MPs for oversight and hold the executive accountable. This oversight mechanism allows MPs’ to extract detailed information that would normally be difficult to comprehend through oral engagement. You can see the questions that your MPs are asking here.

With reference to commitments made during his department’s Budget Vote speech on 13 May 2015, what are the relevant details ...

With reference to commitments made during his department’s Budget Vote speech on 13 May 2015, what are the relevant details ...

(1)(a) What are the details of the conditions of service attached to appointment as a Commissioner of the Public Service ...

Plenary appearances:

What are plenary appearances?

Plenary sessions are forums that have been created for the purpose of public debate and decision-making. This mechanism is used to convey the messages of our MPs within main chambers on important decisions, like how they vote.

House Chairperson, I hereby give notice that on the next sitting day of the House I shall move on behalf of the DA:

That the House debates the low level ...

Madam Speaker, I move without notice:

That the House -

1) notes that today - the 11th day of the 11th month - is the day when in 1918 the ...

Declaration of interests

What are declaration of interests?

Annually, MPs are required by parliament to register their financial interests and gifts received in their official capacity. Due to the significant influence of the role that MPs take on, there may be times when their personal or business interests become in conflict with the duty prescribed to them as elected officials representing the public interest. You can see what interests your MPs declared here.
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House [Residential]


Port Elizabeth

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Residential home


Port Elizabeth

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Old Mutual


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Residential [Erf with house]

Westering, Port Elizabeth

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Residential erf

Port Elizabeth

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Residential Erf

Port Elizabeth

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Westering, PE

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Westering, PE