Ashor Sarupen

National Assembly

Formerly: Gauteng Provincial Legislature

Ashor Sarupen

About Ashor Sarupen

2021 committee attendance as mp

88% attendance rate

Attended 7 meetings out of 8

2020 committee attendance as mp

67% attendance rate

Attended 36 meetings out of 54

2019 committee attendance as mp

78% attendance rate

Attended 29 meetings out of 37

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Committee appearances

  • 2021 Division of Revenue Bill: Committee Report 16 Mar 2021

    Objections were received from Mr A Sarupen (DA) and Mr N Ntlangwini (EFF).
  • 2021 Division of Revenue Bill: public hearings 12 Mar 2021

    Mr A Sarupen (DA) said that both SAICA and COSATU raised the concern about local municipalities failing and then "tax" non-compliant municipalities as well in the DOR Bill. Where municipalities were failing, the Committee had a responsibility to summon the Provincial Treasuries – particularly in a province like the Free ...
  • 2021 Division of Revenue Bill: SALGA briefing 3 Mar 2021

    Mr A Sarupen (DA) said that SALGA had a very important responsibility in the sphere of local government. He wanted SALGA to advise what measures they were putting in place to try and ensure that municipalities were governed more effectively, and whether the municipalities would have the capacity to deliver ...
  • 2021 Budget: Minister of Finance & Treasury 25 Feb 2021

    Mr A Sarupen (DA) noted that tax increases were penciled in that Treasury had decided to walk back on. He requested to know what those were - in the interest of transparency. What tax increases were planned, would these come over the medium term? Apart from the excise duties and ...
  • Quarter 3 Expenditure Patterns for 2020/21: National Treasury briefing 16 Feb 2021

    Mr A Sarupen (DA) expressed concern about the audit situation of the Land Bank, in view of the fact that the Committee and Parliament had agreed to a R3 billion recapitalisation for the bank in the previous year. He asked for clarity on the conditions that were applied by Treasury ...

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  • Questions asked to the Minister of Public Service and Administration 9 Apr 2021

    What (a) number of (i) directors-general and (ii) acting directors-general of government departments received performance bonuses in respect of the 2018-19 financial year and (b) was the total quantum of such bonuses paid out and (c) number of the relevant departments achieved outputs in excess of 80% of their targets ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs 26 Mar 2021

    (1)With reference to the informal settlement on Main Reef Road, in Brakpan, Gauteng, known as Plastic City, (a) what steps are being taken by her department to hold the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality to account for failing to comply with the previous court orders to suitably rehabilitate the area and find ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy 19 Mar 2021

    With reference to the informal settlement on Main Reef Road, in Brakpan, Gauteng, known as Plastic City what: a) steps are being taken by his department to seal off the old and inactive mines in the area, considering that it has become a hotbed of illegal mining and associated criminal ...

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Plenary appearances


    House Chair, I think this fiscal framework is a very sobering assessment because it demonstrates that the ANC has completely given up on fiscal responsibility and that they happily want to lead South Africa down the fiscal abyss. And I have a lot of sympathy for the Finance Minister because ...

  • WEDNESDAY, 4 DECEMBER 2019 4 Dec 2019

    Chair, the budget in terms of the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement and Adjustments Appropriation Bill is not pro poor. It is pro poverty. Anyone who disagrees with this statement is a denialist of note.

    I'm glad that my committee chair, the hon Buthelezi, agrees that government must create an enabling ...

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