Mr Nkosinathi Nhleko

Formerly: National Assembly

Nkosinathi Nhleko

About Nkosinathi Nhleko

Mr Nkosinathi Nhleko previously served as the Minister of Public Works. He holds a diploma in Labour Law from the Graduate Institute of Management and Technology. His professional career includes serving as the head of the special anti-corruption unit in the Department of Public Service and Administration, Deputy Municipal Manager for the uMhlathuze Municipality and as Regional Commissioner for the Department of Correctional Services in KwaZulu-Natal. Mr Nhleko was previously appointed Director-General in the Department of Labour in 2011. As an MP, Mr Nhleko was chairperson of the Ad Hoc Committee on Funding of Represented Political Parties and Portfolio Committee on Public Service and Administration He also served as Chairperson of the ANC Caucus, ANC Chief Whip and a member of the Judicial Services Commission. Prior to his current appointment, Mr Nhleko served as the Minister of Police. Source: (gov.za)

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Politician Activity

Attendance of committee meetings:

2019 committee attendance as mp

80% attendance rate (8 of 10 )

2018 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 0 meetings

2018 committee attendance as mp

82% attendance rate (28 of 34 )

2017 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 8 meetings

2016 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 4 meetings

2015 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 2 meetings

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Mr N Nhleko (ANC) suggested that there be an addition of a chapter that would speak to what the Committee ...

Mr N Nhleko (ANC) identified the need for a structured approach for processing the Nugent Commission report. The pivotal points ...

Mr N Nhleko (ANC) pointed out that the Deputy Minister would be representing government as the PIC board chairperson. The ...

Questions asked to ministers:

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36/1/4/1/2015 NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WRITTEN REPLY ADVANCE QUESTION NW219E DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: (INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO ...

36/1/4/1/201400309 NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION 2539 DATE OF PUBLICATION IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 14 NOVEMBER 2014 (INTERNAL QUESTION ...

QUOTE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WRITTEN REPLY QUESTION NO: 144(NW157E) PUBLISHED IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO: 1-2014 OF 17 JUNE 2014 ...

Plenary appearances:

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Hon Speaker, the Constitution's Bill of Rights, the Regulation of Gatherings Act, Act 205 of 1993 and the Dangerous Weapons Act, Act 15 of 2013, guarantee people the right to ...

The hon member Mr Lekota has misled the House in his declaration regarding the former presidents' residences. All of their homes were NKPs. [Interjections.]

Declaration of interests

What are declaration of interests?

Annually, MPs are required by parliament to register their financial interests and gifts received in their official capacity. Due to the significant influence of the role that MPs take on, there may be times when their personal or business interests become in conflict with the duty prescribed to them as elected officials representing the public interest. You can see what interests your MPs declared here.
Description Extent Location

Residential Property

/-3000m2

Obisane, Ongoye, Kwadlange Zwa

Source Description Value

King Zwelithini Zulu

A cow

Mvunolala Holdings (Pty) Ltd

An event hosted for the elderly at Empangeni as gift and token of appreciation

R24 000

Soul Bookies

Entertainment

R80 000

Refreshments

R11 000

Madevu (Pty) Ltd

Cold Room Donation

R15 000

IBR by Rand H. Co.

60 Timber riflets

R24 000

Description Extent Location

Houe

Normal

Empangeni

Source Description Extent

Twala Frams, Madevu Farms, Best Cut

Livestock, catering and infrastructure support for wedding

+-R300 000

Source Description Value

Huawei Group

Huawei phone

R5 000

Chinese Ambassador

Apple iPad

R8 000

Mpisi Group

Montblanc Pen

R30 000

King Zwelethini

1 Bull

R10 000

Russian Minister

Hunica watch

R4 000

Description Extent Location

Family Homestead

+- 1 200sq.m. [House

Obisane, Emphangeni