Ms Mathedi Asnath Molekwa

National Assembly

Mathedi Asnath Molekwa

About Mathedi Asnath Molekwa

2019 committee attendance as mp

78% attendance rate

Attended 21 meetings out of 27

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Committee appearances

  • Limpopo, Mpumalanga and Gauteng Provincial Managers on state of the provinces for 2018/2019 3 Sep 2019

    Mr M Molekwa (ANC) sought clarity on recruitment, and asked what had been meant when they said that they were going to prioritise the recruitment of coloureds, whites and Indians. Why should there be a follow up on mothers who gave birth at the weekends and who were discharged without ...
  • Induction Workshop by SAPS, CPS, IPID & PSIRA 21 Aug 2019

    Ms M Molekwa (ANC) asked if there is a plan in place to increase visible policing and suggested that an integrated approach with municipalities be developed. There should be a strategy in place for safety on commuter transport and another one for improving the success rate of investigating cases.
  • Civilian Secretariat for Police & IPID 2019/20 Annual Performance Plans 4 Jul 2019

    Ms MA Molekwa (ANC) asked if the capacity constraints referenced in the presentation could be elaborated upon. Were the constraints quantitative or qualitative? How much were the constraints if they were qualitative, because the organisational structure aspect had not been addressed? Was there a plan in place to deal with ...
  • SAPS 2019/20 Budget: Programme 2: Visible Policing & Programme 3: Detective Services 3 Jul 2019

    Ms MA Molekwa (ANC) asked about the matter of police stations and criteria which the department used to determine provision of police services to communities. There were challenges with rural areas with large populations but only one or two police stations to serve them. These were in high crime stations ...
  • SAPS 2018/19 Budget: Programme 1 Administration 2 Jul 2019

    Mr M Molekwa (ANC) informed the Chairperson that he had a hearing challenge and asked that the verbal and visual presentations be made clearer.

All Committee Appearances

Questions

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Plenary appearances

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