Godfrey Phumulo Masualle

National Assembly

Formerly: Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature

Godfrey Phumulo Masualle

About Godfrey Phumulo Masualle

Mr Phumulo Masualle is the current Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises. He previously served as the Premier of the Eastern Cape. He holds a Diploma in Electrical Engineering, a Post Graduate Diploma in Economic Principles. He has worked in the Eastern Cape Provincial Administration at various levels prior to his elevation to being the Member of the Provincial Legislature.

He is also the current National Treasurer of the South African Communist Party and a Member of the African National Congress' National Executive Committee. In the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature he serves as the leader of government business.

He held leadership roles both in the South African Communist Party and the African National Congress.

2019 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 10 meetings

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Plenary appearances

  • Consideration Of Select Committee On Finance - 2011 Fiscal Framework And Revenue Proposals 9 Mar 2011

    Chairperson, Minister, colleagues and hon members of this august House, I must mention that we feel honoured to have the opportunity to participate in this important discussion.

    From the outset, we want to agree with the sentiments expressed by the chairperson of the committee when he said that the President ...

  • Appropriation Bill (Policy Debate) 15 Apr 2010

    We have also, in welcoming the Minister's address here, taken cognisance of the question of strengthening our hospital-based services that will not substitute but support our primary health care programme. In this respect, we welcome the announcement about the priority hospitals that will receive attention in the revitalisation programme ...

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