Mr Nqabayomzi Lawrence Saziso Kwankwa

National Assembly

Nqabayomzi Lawrence Saziso Kwankwa

About Nqabayomzi Lawrence Saziso Kwankwa

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...

2018 committee attendance as mp

78% attendance rate

Attended 14 meetings out of 18

2017 committee attendance as mp

19% attendance rate

Attended 19 meetings out of 101

2016 committee attendance as mp

19% attendance rate

Attended 26 meetings out of 134

2015 committee attendance as mp

16% attendance rate

Attended 26 meetings out of 164

2014 committee attendance as mp

(From the start of the Fifth Parliament)

25% attendance rate

Attended 15 meetings out of 61

  • Attendance records reflect Committee not Plenary Attendance
  • Minister/Deputy Minister attendance is not compulsory.
  • MP attendance is compulsory unless an apology is given
  • MPs are recorded as absent whether they have, or have not submitted apologies.
  • This is not the official committee attendance record of Parliament.
  • Plenary Attendance is not made public by Parliament although it has been requested.

DISCLAIMER: This information has been obtained via the Parliamentary Monitoring Group. PMG makes every effort to compile reliable and comprehensive information, but does not claim that the data is 100% accurate and complete.

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Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2017 [Source]

GIFTS AND HOSPITALITY

Value Description Source
R400 Wall Clock St Paul, Anglican Church

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Description
Mitchells Plain Residential Property
King Williams Town Plot

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2016 [Source]

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Mitchell's Plain Normal Residential property
Mnqaba Village Plot
Ngxwalane Village, King Williams Town Residential property

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2015 [Source]

LAND AND PROPERTY

Location Extent Description
Mitchells Plain Normal Residential property
Mnquba Village Plot

Committee appearances

All Committee Appearances

Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 24 Nov 2017

    Whether, pursuant to his statement that any recommendation about the possibility of extending or broadening the mandate of the SA Reserve Bank (SARB) should be brought to his attention in line with his mandate as the Minister of Finance and in light of the need to ensure better alignment of ...
  • Questions asked to the President of the Republic 9 Oct 2017

    (1)      What is the position of the Government of South Africa with regard to the resolutions taken at the 28th African Union (AU) Summit held in January 2017 to (a) re-admit Morocco to the AU, although this was in violation of the Constitutive Act of the AU and (b) adopt ...
  • Questions asked to the President of the Republic 9 Oct 2017

    In light of the fact that no African country submitted a report at the 28th Summit of the African Union (AU) held in January, which required that all African countries present reports on the measures they have undertaken to implement the recommendations of the report of the High Level Panel ...

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Plenary appearances

  • 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.

    Mine was to really ...

  • DEBATE ON HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: BUILDING A CARING SOCIETY BY ENTRENCHING HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ALL 19 Mar 2015

    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 ...

All Plenary Appearances