Frederik Jacobus Mulder

Formerly: Gauteng Provincial Legislature and National Assembly

Frederik Jacobus Mulder

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Committee appearances

  • Report of Public Service Commission on Appointment of Cubans: consideration 23 Feb 2005

    Mr Mulder (FF, PC Foreign Affairs) commented that many white young people queried why they were not appointed for the vacant posts. Affirmative action risked alienating a new generation. If affirmative action positions were advertised without allowing certain people to apply, the perception was created that these posts were filled ...
  • Property Rates Bill:hearings 13 May 2003

    Mr Mulder (FF) asked, from a FFC perspective, if the market value would be less than exemptions. He also wanted to know to what extent that constituted a problem. He mentioned the possible negative effects of exemptions and reductions.
  • SABC Restructuring: progress Report 13 Aug 2002

    Dr Mulder (FF) asked if a frame of reference was already in place and stated that he would like to be made party to the discussion on it. He questioned if it were necessary to standardise radio stations bearing in mind that people probably do no "hop" from one radio ...
  • Briefing by the Deputy Minister on the Inter-Congolese Dialogue and the Israeli/Palestine situation 9 May 2002

    Mr Mulder (FF) commented that it seems that the Congolese were looking for a power-sharing solution. His opinion was that this was only a temporary solution. He asked if there were any indications of the country moving towards unity.
  • Promotion/Protection of Cultural, Religious & Linguistic Communities Rights Commission Bill: hearing 2 Oct 2001

    Mr Mulder (FF) noted that Mr Kallideen had said that the proliferation of the Hindu language was dependent on school teaching. He asked to what extent the Hindu language's struggle for recognition could be attributed to the community's seeming failure to speak the language in the home rather ...

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