Formerly: National Assembly and North West Provincial Legislature
What is your political background? I was exposed to student politics from as far back as 1976 at Morris Isaacson High School in Soweto where Mr Tsietsi Mashinini and his leadership cadres were studying. At that time we only understood that Afrikaans had to fall. In 1977 at the first commemoration of June 16th, we then became aware of the school politics context and we became involved heavily. More...
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Questions asked to the Minister of Police 26 Feb 2010
Deputy Speaker, the South African unemployment rate rose to 25,2% in the first quarter of 2010, according to the Labour Force Survey released by Statistics SA last week. In response to that trend, the Department of Labour launched the Training of the Unemployed Project earlier this year. One of ...
The President Of The Republic: 27 May 2010
Speaker, I rise on a point of order. I just want to raise a serious concern, that Parliament gears itself up when it comes to interpretation. It is not right that members have to divert from their language and use another language. Therefore I think indigenous languages are very critical ...