Deputy General Secretary of COPE, Ms Deidre Carter, hails from the Free State, but currently lives in KwaZulu-Natal. She has extensive administrative experience and is skilled in the areas of human resources, credit control, sales, fleet control and the like. Ms Carter represented COPE as a Member of Parliament. She is an avid motorcyclist who participates in many road safety projects and charity runs.
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33% attendance rate
Attended 1 meeting out of 3
85% attendance rate
Attended 29 meetings out of 34
9% attendance rate
Attended 7 meetings out of 78
14% attendance rate
Attended 12 meetings out of 85
18% attendance rate
Attended 21 meetings out of 115
26% attendance rate
Attended 14 meetings out of 53
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|APRAV||Paid for travel and accommodation to attend meeitng [1 night accomodation]|
|R3 000||Domestic flight||APRAV to attend meeting in JHB|
|R1 000||Hotel Accommodation||APRAV to attend meeting in JHB|
|R500||Picture frame||Taiwan Govt.|
|R50 each||Various small gifts ef. flash drive, rice, tea||Taiwan Govt.|
|Pietermaritzburg||3 600sq.m. with dwelling||Residential|
|Taiwan Government||6 Day trip to Taiwan - all expenses paid|
|Gold Card||Voyager Card|
|Silver Card||British Airways|
|R3 000||Various small gifts||Taiwanese Government|
|Local Government Consultancy||The Governance Corporation|
|Gold Elect Cards||Voyager miles|
|Gold Cards||British Airways|
|Gold Elect Cards||Voyager|
|Gold Cards||British Airways|
|R200||World Cup shirt||Parliament|
|R50||World cup scarf||Parliament|
|R200||World Cup pen set||Parliament|
|R1,650.00||Bafana T-shirts; SA Scarf; T-shirt; Pen Set Fifa; 3 x Books; Fifa gifts; Chocolates||Parliament|
|Consultants||Nil||The Governance Corporation|
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