Mncedisi Nontsele

National Assembly

Mncedisi Nontsele

About Mncedisi Nontsele

2020 committee attendance as mp

58% attendance rate

Attended 18 meetings out of 31

2019 committee attendance as mp

94% attendance rate

Attended 17 meetings out of 18

  • Attendance records reflect Committee not Plenary Attendance
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  • This is not the official committee attendance record of Parliament.
  • Plenary Attendance is not made public by Parliament although it has been requested.

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Committee appearances

  • Committee Reports 10 Jun 2020

    Mr M Nontsele (ANC) asked to flag the Chairperson's proposal and keep the sentence as is since the reporting protocol for each of the Acts is to different Portfolio Committees. He suggested the Committee follow up at a later stage on the note by the Chairperson and Mr Mdabe ...
  • Employment and Labour Budget: Committee Report 3 Jun 2020

    Mr S Mdabe (ANC) moved the adoption of the minutes, and Mr M Nontsele (ANC) seconded.
  • Employment and Labour Budget: Committee Report 29 May 2020

    The Chairperson said the Committee Secretary received submissions from Dr M Cardo (DA), Mr M Nontsele (ANC), and Mr S Mdabe (ANC). Mr M Bagraim (DA) also submitted comments on the day. The Chairperson said the Committee will go straight to the recommendations.
  • Employment and Labour Budget: Committee Report 26 May 2020

    Mr M Nontsele (ANC) moved that they make that amendment.
  • UIF & Compensation Fund 2020/21 Annual Performance Plans 20 May 2020

    Mr M Nontsele (ANC) congratulated the Minister on the inclusion of domestic workers in the COID Act, which allowed them to enjoy benefits like other ordinary workers. He appreciated the foresight in the presentations of both commissioners in anticipating the impact of Covid-19 and the explanation given that the entities ...

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Plenary appearances

  • UNIDENTIFIED MEMBER: MINISTER? 10 Jul 2019

    ... in particular, we also want to note that at the heart of the presidential commitment during the Sona was the commitment to grow the economy and to provide the jobs. That commitment flows from our understanding and acceptance of the Freedom Charter 64years ago, wherein we made a commitment to ...

  • UNIDENTIFIED MEMBER: MINISTER? 10 Jul 2019

    Chairperson, hon Minister and Deputy Minister, hon Members of Parliament, director-general and management team, ladies and gentlemen good day, this budget represents a movement forward with regard to the milestones that have been outlined in the state of the nation address, Sona, by the President, His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa.

    It ...

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