Ms Anroux Johanna Du Toit Marais

Western Cape Provincial Legislature

Anroux Johanna Du Toit Marais

About Anroux Johanna Du Toit Marais

Ms Marais is the Minister of Cultural Affairs and Sport in the Western Cape.

She has been an elected member of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament since 2004, after serving as a City of Cape Town councillor from 2000 to 2004.

Ms Marais has been a member of various committees during her tenure in the Provincial Parliament. She served a full term on the Standing Committee on Cultural Affairs and Sport and chaired the Standing Committees on Health and Social Development.

2020 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 1 meeting out of 1

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Plenary appearances

  • Appropriation Bill (Policy Debate) 15 Apr 2010

    Chairperson, hon Ministers, hon members, whilst the national health budget deserves praise for the objectives and priorities, the speech outlines almost no details on the budget allocated to various projects.

    In a broad context, and together with a wide range of key stakeholders, we support the 10-point programme, with the ...

  • Appropriation Bill (Policy Debate) 15 Apr 2010

    As Minister Motsoaledi has mentioned, 190 000 children must still be inoculated and 700 000 pregnant women must be vaccinated against, among others, the N1H1 flu virus. This is indeed an ambitious task.]

    I want to thank the national Minister for the strong leadership that he has shown in the ...

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