Floyd Shivamby is the current Chief Whip and the Deputy President of the EFF. Born in Malamulele, Limpopo Province and a resident of Gauteng Province since 2002, Floyd Shivambu is a political activist, revolutionary, Freedom Charter Defender, writer, blogger, Publisher, and was a Spokesperson (2008 to 2012) for the ANC Youth League and member of its National Executive and Working Committees (2008 to 2012).
He was a student leader at Wits University (SRC President between 2004 and 2005), National Coordinator of the process that led to the launch of the South African Union of Students. Shivambu served in the National Executive of SASCO, National Committee of the Young Communist League and in the National Executive Committee and National Working Committee of the ANC Youth League.
He also served as a member of the African National Congress’ Economic Transformation and Communications NEC sub-committees. As President of the Students’ Representative Council at Wits University, he served in its Council and Senate (2004 and 2005), was a Students Representative in the Joint Initiative for Priority Skills Acquisition (JIPSA) chaired by RSA Deputy President Mlambo Ngcuka (2006 to 2007) and Board Member of the National Students’ Financial Aid Scheme between 2008 and 2012. (source: www.economicfreedomfighters.org)
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Attended 39 meetings out of 43
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Section 25 review of Constitution: deliberations 15 Nov 2018
Section 25 review of Constitution: deliberations 14 Nov 2018
Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 8 Oct 2018
Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 7 Aug 2018
Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 11 Jul 2018
NO451E 4 Mar 2015
Come back with Hansard. There won't be any withdrawal or any apology.
NO451E 4 Mar 2015
It is a fact we must remind you of. [Interjections.]