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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Committee appearances

  • Standing Committee on Appropriations Legacy Report 20 Mar 2019

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) stated that, on the matter that relates to positive interrelations within all Committee structures, intra-relations would be relations internal to the Committee itself and inter-relations refers to when we have relations with other Committees. Which of the two relations is this section relating to because the ...
  • Division of Revenue Bill: public hearings; FFC & SALGA input 8 Mar 2019

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) directed the majority of his questions at the FFC. In terms of conditional grant readjustment not interfering with approved service delivery plans – would this be feasible? If a 1-year window period for the grant for the upgrading of informal settlements was insufficient to evaluate its performance ...
  • Committee Legacy Report 7 Mar 2019

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) corrected the name “Democratic Party” to “Democratic Alliance” on page 1 of the minutes.
  • Integrated Financial Management System: National Treasury briefing 6 Mar 2019

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) referred to the substitution of SP7 with SP6 during the contract period with a 30% increase in contract price. If this happened once, was there space for this to be repeated? Who approved the substitution, and could the system prevent such incidents from occurring again? Would ...
  • Jobs Fund: National Treasury briefing 5 Mar 2019

    Mr M Shackleton (DA) started by enquiring as to whether there was a system in place for assessing the skills needed in the economy. He noted that the education system has been criticised as it doesn’t provide the right skills. The Northern Cape seemed to lag behind other provinces ...

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