Formerly: National Assembly
Mr Mackay matriculated from the University of Liverpool. Before entering the political sphere, Mr Mackay worked with UNICEF. He is currently the DA's Shadow Minister for Energy.
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NERSA Annual Report, with Minister & Deputy 31 Oct 2017
Questions asked to the Minister of Energy 15 Dec 2017
Questions asked to the Minister of Energy 27 Nov 2017
NOTICES OF MOTION 4 Mar 2015
House Chair, I hereby give notice that on the next sitting day of the House I shall move on behalf of the DA:
That the House debates the role of independent power producers and their potential role in resolving South Africa's ongoing and deepening energy crisis.
Appropriation Bill 21 Jul 2014
I call on the Minister to come clean on the extent to which the energy crisis is affecting the nation. The idea that Kusile and Medupi will mean a return to business as usual is for South Africa both troubling and misleading.
The Minister's own officials have privately admitted that ...