Mr Derek Hanekom

National Assembly

Derek Hanekom

About Derek Hanekom

Mr Hanekom is currently serving as the Minister of Tourism; the same position he occupied from 2014 until the reshuffle of 31 March 2017. Derek Hanekom was born 13 January 1953. He attended school at Jan van Riebeeck Secondary school, and after his compulsory conscription, traveled abroad. He worked for various organisations and on farms, factories and building sites. He returned to SA and practised farming for six years. He worked with the trade union movement in Johannesburg before being deported to Zimbabwe with his wife in 1987. He returned in 1990, and worked at the headquarters of the ANC, where he was responsible for policy formulation on land and agricultural matters. Source: (gov.za)

2018 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 2 meetings

2018 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 3 meetings out of 3

2017 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 0 meetings

2017 committee attendance as mp

94% attendance rate

Attended 47 meetings out of 50

2016 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 3 meetings

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Recent meetings attended

All meetings attended

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Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2016 [Source]

PENSIONS

Public/Private Source
Public Special Pension

GIFTS AND HOSPITALITY

Value Description Source
R3 500 Perfumes A K Saeed

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Kensington, JHB 713sq.m. House
Sea Point, CPT 226sq.m. Apartment

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2015 [Source]

PENSIONS

Public/Private Source
Public Special Pension

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Kensington, JHB 713sq.m. House
Sea Point, CPT 226sq.m. Apartment

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2014 [Source]

PENSIONS

Public/Private Source
Public Special Pension

GIFTS AND HOSPITALITY

Value Description Source
R3 999 Thermo electric cooler ASSAF

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Kensington, JHB 2 000sq.m. House
Sea Point 226sq.m. Flat

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2013 [Source]

PENSIONS

Public/Private Source
Public Political Prisoners Exile Pension

GIFTS AND HOSPITALITY

Value Description Source
R1 600 Display cabinet German Minister of Education
R4 000 Sony Video camera Japanese Ambassador
R4 000 Hauwei Media Ipad DOC - ICT Indaba

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Kensington, JHB 2 000sq.m. House
Sea Point 167sq.m. Flat

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2012 [Source]

PENSIONS

Public/Private Source
Public Political Prisoner's Exiles Pension

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Johannesburg 2 000sq.m. House
Sea Point 167sq.m. Flat

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2011 [Source]

PENSIONS

Public/Private Source
Public Special Pension

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Johannesburg 2000sq.m. Residence
Sea Point 167sq.m. Flat

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2010 [Source]

PENSIONS

Public/Private Source
Public Special Pension

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Type of Business Directorship/Partnership
Was owner of property which has since been sold Tregoyd CC

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Kensington, JHB 2 000 sq.m. Residence

Committee appearances

  • 2018 Budget: Parliamentary Budget Office & FFC briefing 27 Feb 2018

    Mr D Hanekom (ANC) said the budget as presented was an excellent piece of work. However, there was scope for increasing the number of zero-rated items as a means of reducing its negative impact on the poor. The increase had to be minimally regressive; if at all regressive.
  • SARS Commissioner on Makwakwa; Symington & SARS intelligence unit 5 Dec 2017

    Mr D Hanekom (ANC) said questions from Members were either not answered or not satisfactorily answered during the previous meeting. He outlined the background of the Makwakwa matter and the suspicions around his re-instatement following his suspension in September 2016. There were payments on numerous occasions which could have been ...
  • SARS Commissioner on SARS Annual Report and Makwakwa 28 Nov 2017

    Mr D Hanekom (ANC) said he had similar concerns as those raised by Mr Lees and he asked what SARS did with the information provided by Hogan Lovells. This was a very serious matter, especially the depositing of vast amounts of cash into an ATM! He wanted clarity on the ...
  • Tax Ombud Annual Report; Insurance Bill: finalisation 22 Nov 2017

    Mr D Hanekom (ANC) pointed out the importance of ensuring that SARS was fulfilling its mandate. He wanted to know if one could say SARS was deliberately withholding refunds to taxpayers in order to boost its collection figures. If that was the case, it could explain the resentment and declining ...
  • Public Investment Corporation + Government Employees Pension Fund Follow Up Meeting, with Deputy Minister 14 Nov 2017

    Mr D Hanekom (ANC) noted that the PIC and GEPF had to serve their clients and members respectively. The developmental component of their mandates was also well-appreciated, and it included investments in SOEs. However, when SOEs’ conduct becomes counter-developmental, was it possible for PIC to put pressure so that they ...

All Committee Appearances

Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Science and Technology 31 Oct 2014

    NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION NO 2188 DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 31 OCTOBER 2014 INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 23-2014 “2188 Dr A Lotriet (DA) to ask the Minister of Science and Technology: With regard to the 24 institutions that were not awarded a rebate for ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Science and Technology 11 Sep 2014

    NATIONAL ASSEMBLY WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION NO. 05-2014 DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: (25 JULY 2014) (INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO 05 – 2014) “627. Dr A Lotriet (DA) to ask the Minister of Science and Technology: 1) How many (a) international and (b) domestic hotel were made by ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Science and Technology 2 Sep 2014

    NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION NO 704 DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 25 JULY 2014 INTERNAL PAPER NO. 6 - 2014 "704 Dr A Lotriet (DA) to ask the Minister of Science and Technology: 1) (a) Whether her department has implemented any of the recommendations contained in the ...

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Plenary appearances

  • Appropriation Bill 16 May 2013

    Chairperson and hon members, it is really difficult to respond when so much has been said. One thing that is clear to me, however, is that the members have really worked hard and prepared themselves for this debate. I am really impressed.

    It was difficult to absorb everything that everybody ...

  • Appropriation Bill 16 May 2013

    Hon Chairperson, hon members and ladies and gentlemen, science and technology are rarely the first things one thinks of when one talks about our major challenges as a nation, and few people fully appreciate the toil and investment that go into the generation of knowledge, discovery and invention.

    The National ...

All Plenary Appearances