Mohammed Dangor

National Council of Provinces

Mohammed Dangor

About Mohammed Dangor

2020 committee attendance as mp

56% attendance rate

Attended 35 meetings out of 63

2019 committee attendance as mp

45% attendance rate

Attended 25 meetings out of 55

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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

  • DPWI on the IDT exit strategy 17 Jun 2020

    Mr M Dangor (ANC, Gauteng) said it is difficult for the Committee to give approval on anything as the exit strategy is still a work in progress. He asked if DPWI presented all possibilities to the Committee, Cabinet, and the President. He said it is too early to settle on ...
  • Budget Vote Reports 10 Jun 2020

    Mr M Dangor (ANC, Gauteng) moved the adoption, and the Chairperson seconded.
  • DSBD on: SMMEs in distress; COVID-19 intervention measures; funding for SMMEs 3 Jun 2020

    Mr M Dangor (ANC, Gauteng) asked Mr Mkhumane if he understood what the spread was between the original financer, wholesale financer and end user. Were the original funders observing fiduciary responsibility with the loans that they were making? During Covid-19, the Ministry had to work on a Community Reinvestment Act ...
  • Independent Development Trust & Agrément SA 2019/20 Annual Performance Plans 28 May 2020

    Mr M Dangor (ANC, Gauteng) said part of DPWI’s work concerns policy formulation and policy re-formulation. This means the Department has to look into the future. He asked if the Department has looked into creating technical brigades from people in cooperatives to go and build for themselves.
  • South African Tourism 2020/21 Annual Performance Plan 27 May 2020

    Mr M Dangor (ANC, Gauteng) suggested SAT should review the high-spending areas where they could attract tourists, and develop strategies for them. When he checked the last time, the cost was about $10,000 to $15,000 per person.

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