Patamedi Ronald Moroatshehla

National Assembly

Patamedi Ronald Moroatshehla

About Patamedi Ronald Moroatshehla

2019 committee attendance as mp

88% attendance rate

Attended 14 meetings out of 16

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Committee appearances

  • Department on: Teaching and Learning International Survey & Comprehensive Sexuality Education 17 Sep 2019

    Mr P Moroatshehla (ANC), thanked the Department for their presentation and argued that because it is such a deep comparative study, it will be useful for South Africa. South Africa often falls short regarding the offering of science and mathematics subjects and this creates a need for outsourcing talent. South ...
  • Election of Chairperson 5 Sep 2019

    Mr R Moroatshehla (ANC) seconded the nomination.
  • SACE & Umalusi 2019/20 Annual Performance Plan 27 Aug 2019

    Mr P Moroatshehla (ANC) commended the good work done by the two entities. On fraud and corruption, he remarked that the environment in which we lived produced egregious cases in which people would even fake their own death. He commended Umalusi’s effort on this. He asked SACE how it ...
  • DBE 4th Quarterly Performance Report & Impact of SONA 20 Aug 2019

    Mr P Moroatshehla (ANC) asked how the DBE was working with teachers with rare skills in order to retain them, as the private sector attracted them with high salaries after they had been developed through the Department. Regarding infrastructure, it had been highlighted that some communities, such as in the ...
  • Department of Basic Education 2019/20 Annual Performance Plan 9 Jul 2019

    Mr P Moroatshehla (ANC) said there should be tangible details on what was going to be done to address violence and social cohesion in schools. It should be admitted that many teachers and learners had been lost within the school premises. The security personnel at the schools were not well ...

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