Ms Tandi Moraka

Member of the National Assembly

Formerly: Limpopo Provincial Legislature

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She was Member of the Executive Council (MEC) for Sports, Arts and Culture in the Limpopo provincial government between July 2018 and October 2022. In 2022, was elected to a five-year term on the party's National Executive Committee. She formerly served as Deputy Secretary-General of the ANC Youth League from 2015 to 2019 and as a member of the Limpopo ANC's Provincial Executive Committee from 2018 to 2022.

Moraka rose to prominence as an activist in the African National Congress (ANC) and the ANC Youth League (ANCYL). Her local ANC branch is in Modimolle in the Waterberg region of South Africa's Limpopo province. Until 2010, she was Deputy Provincial Secretary of the ANCYL's Limpopo branch.

On 4 May 2015, at a provincial league elective conference, Moraka was elected as the Deputy Provincial Chairperson of the Limpopo branch of the ANCYL.

Moraka was then elected unopposed to the more senior position of national ANCYL Deputy Secretary-General.

In June 2018, at an elective conference of the Limpopo branch of the mainstream ANC, Moraka was elected to an ordinary seat of the Provincial Executive Committee of the ANC in Limpopo.She was also elected to its Provincial Working Committee.

By 2014, Moraka was a Member of the Limpopo Provincial Legislature. In late July 2018, after her election to the Limpopo ANC's Provincial Executive Committee, Moraka was appointed to the Limpopo Executive Council. She became MEC for Sports, Arts and Culture. She was re-elected to her legislative seat in the 2019 general election.

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Mr Moraka (SALGA) clarified his point on meeting targets by stating that not all municipalities would fail in meeting the ...

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Madam Chair, hon Minister of Mineral Resources, Comrade Susan Shabangu, and hon members, my speech would be incomplete if I did not mention the following historic and heroic events, led ...

Chair, hon Minister Lulu Xingwana, hon Deputy Minister Sotyu and hon members, good afternoon. I would like to start by presenting the following facts on domestic violence in South Africa. ...