Michael Stephen Shackleton

National Assembly

Michael Stephen Shackleton

About Michael Stephen Shackleton

Michael Shackleton holds an LLB degree from the University of Pretoria and is an admitted attorney. He was a Councillor representing the Democratic Alliance in the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality, where he sat on the municipal oversight committees for Corporate and Shared Services, as well as Rules and Ethics.

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  • Office of the Chief Procurement Officer on the deviations and expansions during Quarter 2 & 3 performance 13 Feb 2019

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) said that slide 4 mentioned that deviations were allowed for different things – he asked if it would be possible for Treasury to bring the thresholds down; particularly the 20% or R20 million and 15% or R15 million. There are entities where the accounting officer or authority ...
  • National Treasury Quarter 2 & 3 performance; Committee Annual Report 12 Feb 2019

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) referred to slide 5 on Quarter 3 spending outcomes. He asked about the challenges related to the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and the Land Bank. How could the resolution be sped up, and by when could the MOU ...
  • Committee reports 28 Nov 2018

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) commented that it was in the country’s interest to capacitate the AG. He was happy that everything increased, including the workload, which was expected, but asked why the “other income” on page six of the report did not increase. What was this “other income”?
  • Committee Reports on 2018 MTBPS; Adjustments Appropriation Bill & Special Appropriation Bill 27 Nov 2018

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) suggested on page 17, where commissions of inquiry were mentioned, that the Committee highlight the exorbitant costs of approximately R300m for holding commissions of inquiry.
  • Adjustments Appropriation Bill: DBE hearing 23 Nov 2018

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) made reference to reports that 27 contractors had walked away from a school infrastructural project in the Eastern Cape because of a R104 million debt. He asked for an indication why this was the case and how this challenge would be addressed going forward. Was this ...

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