What is your political background? I was born and bred in the Eastern Cape and I grew up in a politically inclined family as my maternal grandfather was a political activist. I was formerly a member of the African National Congress (ANC) and participated in South African Student Congress (SASCO) activities although I prioritised my academic work over political activities. I left the ANC in 2006 and then joined the United Democratic Movement (UDM) in 2007. More here...
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Attended 1 meeting out of 1
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Attended 19 meetings out of 24
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Attended 28 meetings out of 166
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Attended 15 meetings out of 61
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UNPARLIAMENTARY LANGUAGE (Ruling) 18 Feb 2016
Speaker, thank you very much and I am sorry for wasting your time. I had raised my hand before the President took to the podium but when I realised that you did not see me or pick up my hand, I decided to put it down.
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Madam Speaker, hon members and fellow South Africans, Human Rights Day is a reminder of the sacrifices our struggle heroes and heroines, who lost their lives during the Sharpeville massacre, made for our freedom and democracy. These struggle icons fought bravely to extricate themselves and us, their progeny, from the ...