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
Hon Chairperson, hon Minister, Deputy Minister and fellow South Africans, it is a great privilege to stand before this House today as a newly elected Member of Parliament, to deliver my maiden speech in the service of the people of our nation. At this time, I am reminded that, despite ...