Mr Michael Malisa Tshishonga

Formerly: National Assembly

Michael Malisa Tshishonga

About Michael Malisa Tshishonga

Mike Tshisonga is the Chairperson of AGANG SA. He has a Bachelor of Law at the University of Limpopo. He was the Managing Director: Master of the High Court (Deputy Director General Level) within the Department of Justice where he was responsible for overseeing the Liquidation of Companies, Deceased Estates, Trusts and Guardian Funds in all the nine provinces in South Africa.

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Mr M Tshishonga (AGANG) directed his question to the low level of assurance provision. Senior management did not provide assurance ...

Mr M Tshishonga (ANC) pointed out that CHE as regulator was aware of the bad perception of higher education in ...

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21 Jul 2014

I am in Parliament! [Laughter.]

Hon Chair, hon members and members of the public, I have a briefing here, so you must listen carefully. It has been said that a ...

Hon members, I want to tabulate or list the good that the police do, but it is not my duty, Mr Minister, it is your duty to do so. The ...

Declaration of interests

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Annually, MPs are required by parliament to register their financial interests and gifts received in their official capacity. Due to the significant influence of the role that MPs take on, there may be times when their personal or business interests become in conflict with the duty prescribed to them as elected officials representing the public interest. You can see what interests your MPs declared here.
Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Ok Bazaar Venda


Kose Kose


Selective Empowerment I



Insolvency practitioner


Construction under Amberpeck [Deregistered]

Vula Youth [Director]


Vula Youth [Incorporator]


Amber Peek Investments

Private Co. [Resigned]

Description Extent Location

Arable Traditional community land



Source Public/Private

Dept of Justice/Finance


Old Mutual Annuity


Nominal Value No Name of Company Nature

R3 240

3 000

Mirafe Resources Ltd


R5 861.36


Telkom SA Ltd


R13 949.84


Vodacom Group Ltd


R5 100


MMI Holding Ltd


R3 146.60

11 466

Stratcorp Ltd


R7 384.68


DB Trackers Col in WLD


R80 000

1 200

Zwashu Invest (Pty) Ltd


R 2 608


Digicore Holdings Ltd


R80 000


Di-imise Invest Pty) Ltd




Description Sponsor

From Pretoria to Kutama cultural village for human resource training

Dion Schmidt Cultural Village Kutama

Source Description


10% Discount because of Directorship in OK Bazaar, Venda

Source Description Extent

Aurora Insurance

Insurance cover for handling liquidation assets

R6m cover