Formerly: National Assembly
Ms Mantsheng Annah Tsopo was born on the on September 1 in 1952. She grew up in the small town of Theunissen in the Northern Free State.In 1992, She was appointed as the ANC Women’s League regional secretary in the Northern Free State. Ms Tsopo was a member of the executive council in Free State provincial government where she held several portfolios since 1994 until her later redeployment to the provincial legislature. She worked as the Member of the Executive Council (MEC) for social development, health and education. She completed an executive leadership programme with Harvard University in 1998 and has a diploma in pedagogics from the University of North West. source: theweekly.co.za
She read for a BA degree in Management and Leadership at the Free State University in Bloemfontein. source: zoominfo.com Ms Tsopo served as the ANC Whip on the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry from June 2014 until she resigned as an MP on 1 October 2014.
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2014 committee attendance as mp
(From the start of the Fifth Parliament)
20% attendance rate (1 of 5 )
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25 Sep 2014
Ms M Tsopo (ANC) remarked that Parliament and the legislature were weak to follow up on the implementation of Acts ...
3 Sep 2014
Ms M Tsopo (ANC) asked for clarity from SAMDA on whether the transfer pricing issue had been brought to the ...
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3 Jun 2008
Deputy Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, hon Minister and Deputy minister, members of the House, distinguished members of the social development fraternity, ladies and gentlemen, I stand here ...
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