Ms Malgas has served on the Portfolio Committees on Women, Children, Youth and Persons with Disabilities and International Relations and was Chairperson of the Portfolio Committees on Social Development and Basic Education. Mr Malgas was a teacher before becoming a Member of Parliament. As a teacher, she was involved in sport, serving as a referee for field events on national and international level.
50% attendance rate
Attended 1 meeting out of 2
59% attendance rate
Attended 10 meetings out of 17
91% attendance rate
Attended 21 meetings out of 23
83% attendance rate
Attended 19 meetings out of 23
85% attendance rate
Attended 17 meetings out of 20
91% attendance rate
Attended 10 meetings out of 11
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|West End, Port Elizabeth||House (Erf)||House|
|West End, PE||357sq.m.||House - Erf 1751|
|Port Elizabeth||House + outbuilding||Residence|
|R30 000 was directly sent from Premier's office to Triomph Primary [Air tickets]||4 Learners & 1 Educator Leadership Conference USA||Premier's Office - Eastern Cape|
|R14 500||Painting||Artist: Stanley Grootboom|
|Port Elizabeth||3 Bedroom||House|
|Port Elizabeth||3 Bedroom + flatlet||House|
Chairperson, the ANC continues to consolidate its support by winning all four by-elections that took place on Wednesday, 4 February 2015. These by-elections took place in Amahlathi, in the Eastern Cape; Nala, in the Freestate; and Swellendam and Witzenberg, in the Western Cape.
Most significant in these by-elections, was the ...
Anc. 16 Jul 2014
Chairperson, hon Minister, hon Deputy Minister, Members of Parliament, ladies and gentlemen, regarding certain issues that were brought up by the opposition in this august House, I need to educate members about the fact that our committee is an extension of Parliament.
Many of the questions that are brought up ...