Jabulile Cynthia Nightingale Mkhwanazi

National Assembly

Jabulile Cynthia Nightingale Mkhwanazi

About Jabulile Cynthia Nightingale Mkhwanazi

2021 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 7 meetings out of 7

2020 committee attendance as mp

92% attendance rate

Attended 24 meetings out of 26

2019 committee attendance as mp

88% attendance rate

Attended 14 meetings out of 16

Attendance Methodology

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Committee appearances

  • Safcol 2019/20 Annual Report 17 Mar 2021

    Ms J Mkhwanazi (ANC) commended the work that has been done by the Board and management, and the oversight being done by the Department, under the DG and DM’s leadership. The report is refreshing. Other SOEs should be encouraged to learn from this story. Can SAFCOL give an update on ...
  • Eskom on: impact of coal prices, loadshedding, electricity tariffs and escalating costs of Medupi and Kusile 17 Feb 2021

    Ms J Mkhwanazi (ANC) asked if the Minister could elaborate on the work on coal quality and coal contracts. She also wanted clarity on timeframes, since the report indicated the end September 2021. She also wanted elaboration on the “historical poor maintenance of Eskom generation” and also “poor coal quality.” ...
  • Challenges facing SOEs; Update: SAA & Express; SOEs that have not tabled annual reports & impact of COVID 3 Feb 2021

    Ms J Mkhwanazi (ANC) said to the Minister that she hoped one day there would be enough time for the Committee to be taken through the economic environment in which the SOEs were operating. The Committee and the public needed to appreciate the work being done currently compared to previous ...
  • Eskom 2019/20 Annual Report 25 Nov 2020

    Ms J Mkhwanazi (ANC) welcomed the report and acknowledged the work being done at Eskom thus far. The work being done in Government was to help peoples’ lives, help people fight poverty, inequality, unemployment, and corruption. A question for the Eskom Board was what the reasons were for the non-achievement ...
  • Transnet 2019/20 Annual Report; DPE BRRR 18 Nov 2020

    Ms J Mkhwanazi (ANC) acknowledged the comprehensive work done by the Content Advisor. She recommended a couple of technical changes and then seconded the proposal to accept the report with the amendments made by Ms Tshabalala.

All Committee Appearances

Questions

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Plenary appearances

  • WEDNESDAY, 3 DECEMBER 2019 3 Dec 2019

    In future hon Minister, how is your department going to share the information about the equity statistics in the entities so that the racial chauvinism that is perpetrated by those who seek to sow confusion in the nation does not find a fertile ground to reverse the gains of the ...

  • ACTION PLAN TO COMBAT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN (Member's Statement) 26 Nov 2019

    Thank you, Chairperson. In support of identified for the gender-based violence victims, we welcome the immediate action plan outlined by His Excellency the President, which aims to combat violence against women and children through a co- ordinated government and civil society efforts. Some of these are identification of strategic buildings ...

All Plenary Appearances