Ms Sukers is a member of the National Assembly and serves in the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education and Health and Social Development.
In 1991, she achieved a Ministerial Development Diploma from the Rhema Bible Training Centre. She completed a management program at Wits Business School in 2005. Ms Sukers obtained a Bachelors in Theology from the International School of Ministry (ISOM) in 2018.
Ms Sukers was nominated to the National Assembly of South Africa following the General Election that was held on 8 May 2019 due to the fact that she was placed second on the ACDP's regional list. She was sworn in as a Member of Parliament on 22 May 2019. On 27 June, she received her committee assignments.
During a debate on gender-based violence in September 2019, Ms Sukers called for the House to forget about politics, and to show leadership in addressing the scourge of violence. She called for a national day of prayer against Gender Based Violence.
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House Chairperson, I move without notice:
That the House-
1) notes the latest developments in the Jesse Hess case, where two suspects have been apprehended and appeared in court for murder, rape and aggravated robbery;
2) congratulates the police for their hard work, particularly the compassion and support provided by ...
Hon Minister, the content received from the department by the portfolio committee on education differs from what is loaded on the website. What amendments were made to the uploaded content on CSE by the department in the last week and who did the department consult with regard to those amendments?