Ms Beverley Ann Schafer

Member of the Western Cape Provincial Legislature

Beverley Ann Schafer

About Beverley Ann Schafer

Ms Schäfer is the Deputy Speaker of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament. She previously served as the Minister of Economic Opportunities, Tourism and Agriculture for the Western Cape Government. Prior to that she was the Standing Committee Chairperson for Economic Opportunities, Tourism and Agriculture. Her interests include leadership, governance and applying design thinking and innovation to solve social and economic challenges such as unemployment that countries such as South Africa has to grapple with.

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Ms B Schafer (DA) asked what the government was going to do to counteract risks that would impact on the ...

Ms B Schafer (DA) said the Commission is predicting a growth of 2% but the country is not there and ...

Ms B Schafer (DA) said in Agriculture, the targets were carrying over due to issues such as drought, flooding, etc. ...

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