Henry Andries Shembeni

National Assembly

Henry Andries Shembeni

About Henry Andries Shembeni

2019 committee attendance as mp

75% attendance rate

Attended 9 meetings out of 12

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Committee appearances

  • Induction Workshop by SAPS, CPS, IPID & PSIRA 21 Aug 2019

    Mr H Shembeni (EFF) said that underperformance goes hand in hand with leaders. If they do not work, the subordinates will not work. Station commanders must be held accountable. Police officers should not be expected to work on weekends if it does not align with their salary. They will feel ...
  • Induction Workshop 20 Aug 2019

    Mr H Shembeni (EFF) said that police informants were seemingly not active. As far as he knew, each police officer was supposed to have two informants. How were informants being used, as the police clearly did not have intelligence? Informants were not supposed to be going around with crime prevention ...
  • PSIRA & Civilian Secretariat for Police 2019/20 Annual Performance Plans; Budget Reports 9 Jul 2019

    Mr H Shembeni (EFF) asked how many registered companies there were. How did PSIRA deal with people who bought certificates?
  • Civilian Secretariat for Police & IPID 2019/20 Annual Performance Plans 4 Jul 2019

    Mr HA Shembeni (EFF) asked a question about the number of investigations of criminal misconduct as referenced in the presentation. Was the misconduct referred to misconduct of IPID members? IPID was responsible for investigating the police.
  • SAPS 2019/20 Budget: Programme 2: Visible Policing & Programme 3: Detective Services 3 Jul 2019

    Mr HA Shembeni (EFF) asked about effective border policy management. What was being used for drug detection and searching of containers and cargos at the borders? Were there scanners, full-time canines, or CCTV cameras? In the case of wanted suspects, was there footage available to analyse them as well as ...

All Committee Appearances


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Plenary appearances

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