Mr Gijimani Jim Skosana

National Assembly

Gijimani Jim Skosana

About Gijimani Jim Skosana

What is your Political background? I always had a love for politics, especially when I was in secondary school where I was involved in debates, following parliamentary discussions through television, reading newspapers and following the news through the radio. I think that is how my interest started. More...

2020 committee attendance as mp

74% attendance rate

Attended 32 meetings out of 43

2019 committee attendance as mp

88% attendance rate

Attended 29 meetings out of 33

2018 committee attendance as mp

94% attendance rate

Attended 46 meetings out of 49

2017 committee attendance as mp

0% attendance rate

Attended 0 meetings out of 1

Attendance Methodology

Recent meetings attended

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Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2018 [Source]

PENSIONS

Source Public/Private
Municipal Councillors Pension Fund Public

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business
Jwandey CC Dormant
Mabaphile Business Enterprise CC Dormant

LAND AND PROPERTY

Description Extent Location
Residential, Stand 630m2 Siyabuswa, Mpumalanga
Residential Stand 1296m2 Siyabuswa, Mpumalanga

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2017 [Source]

PENSIONS

Source Public/Private
Municipal Councillors Pension Fund Public

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business
Jwamdeg CC Dormant
Mabaphile Business Enterprise CC Dormant

LAND AND PROPERTY

Description Extent Location
Residential - Stand 2090 Ext D 630 sq.m Mpumalanga

Committee appearances

  • National Treasury & PIC on Mpati Commission of Inquiry Report 25 Nov 2020

    Mr G Skosana (ANC) echoed Ms Mabiletsa that the meeting should be postponed, preferably to the following week in line with Mr Shivambu’s proposal. He agreed that the PIC could not fully give input on a report about itself. The absence of the Ministry would render the meeting ineffective.
  • SARB Amendment Bill: public hearings 18 Nov 2020

    Mr G Skosana (ANC) asked the IRR, given its depiction of the SARB as a diamond of the public service, did it not think that the positives raised about the Bank were due to governance and management, not due to private ownership. He contended that poor management and poor leadership ...
  • TLAB, TALAB and Rates Bills: voting and Committee Reports 11 Nov 2020

    The Committee Secretariat noted apologies from Mr G Hill-Lewis (DA) who is in his constituency for the by-elections, Mr W Wessels (FF+) and Mr G Skosana (ANC).
  • TLAB, TALAB and Rates Bill: National Treasury and SARS to the public submissions 13 Oct 2020

    Mr G Skosana (ANC) mentioned that the department was acceding to requests from companies that it should keep the bursaries in place. He asked to what extent were the institutions that administer the bursaries regulated and monitored to ensure that employees received value for money.
  • TLAB, TALAB & Rates Bills: public hearings 7 Oct 2020

    Mr G Skosana (ANC) observed that it was difficult to distinguish a person who intended to return to South Africa from one who intended to permanently leave the country. Someone who withdrew their retirement funds immediately, spent them and then returned to South Africa would become a burden to the ...

All Committee Appearances

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Plenary appearances

  • TAX ADMINISTRATION LAWS AMENDMENT BILL (Second Reading Debate) 26 Nov 2019

    Ngiyathokoza mhlonitjhwa Sekela Somlomo. Ngilotjhisa woke amalunga ahloniphekileko weNdlu le, iintatanyiswa ezikhona kunye nesitjhaba soke seSewula Afrika.

    English:

    The impact of activities within the illicit economy is a real threat to the country and its impact is huge. The illicit economy ranges from the underground economy,

    which operates outside the ...

  • NOTICES OF MOTION 26 Nov 2019

    Hon House Chair, I hereby give notice that on the next sitting day of the House I shall move on behalf of the ANC:

    That the House, debates encouraging the private sector to target youth and make use of youth employment incentive schemes. I thank you.

    The House adjourned at ...

All Plenary Appearances