Dr Pumza Patricia Dyantyi

Formerly: Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature and National Assembly

Pumza Patricia Dyantyi

About Pumza Patricia Dyantyi

Died 7th December 2020


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Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2019 [Source]


Public/Private Source
Public Department of Defence (Special Pension)


Nature Name of Company Number of Shares Nominal Value
Ordinary Telkom 106 1.66.00
Ordinary Sanlam 803 52.90
Ordinary Old Mutual 437 166.06
Ordinary Vodacom 106 319.85
Ordinary Stanlib 1000 660.50


Description of Property Location – Area Extent of the Property
House IDutywa, Eastern Cape 4.200.00m²
Flat East London , Eastern Cape 36.00m²

Committee appearances

  • National and Provincial Departments of Health & entities Audit Outcomes: AGSA briefing 11 Nov 2020

    Dr P Dyantyi (ANC) said most of the queries were already raised by Members. She referred to slide 16 and slide 17, which deals with irregular expenses. While the Department will appear before the Committee to explain, it is very worrying. It has been a problem since Members joined the ...
  • National Health Amendment Bill: Department of Health briefing 21 Oct 2020

    Dr P Dyantyi (ANC) thanked the Department for the presentation. It is unfortunate that the Committee must fight amongst each other. They must maintain the decorum of the House of Parliament, be honourable, and respect each other, regardless of age. Turning to the points raised by the Department, she believed ...
  • National Health Amendment Bill: Department of Health briefing 21 Oct 2020

    Both Dr P Dyantyi (ANC) and Mr T Munyai (ANC) said Ms Chirwa’s point was not a point of order.
  • Minister of Health briefing 13 Oct 2020

    Dr P Dyantyi (ANC) thanked the Minister and DoH for the sterling job during trying times. It was clear that the loss of the repealed regulations was an oversight. An analysis of disaster regulations showed that most issues supposed to be dealt with by DoH were dealt with by other ...
  • NHI submissions: ToR for an external service provider; Public Hearings Programme 13 Oct 2020

    Dr P Dyantyi (ANC) referred to the proposal at the 2 September meeting that Members and their political parties should submit in writing what they would like to see in the terms of reference for the external service provider. This presentation was the result of what Members had contributed. He ...

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  • Questions asked to the Minister of Health 22 Dec 2020

    In view of the important role that public-private partnerships have played in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, (a) are there any other initiatives that he and/or his department have to continue in co-operation with the public-private partnerships and (b) how will the co-operation be taken forward to achieve a ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Health 22 Dec 2020

    As the Republic enters the holiday season, and with malaria being an important public health consideration, with the World Health Organisation predicting more deaths due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, what (a) impact has the COVID-19 pandemic had on programmes aimed at mitigating against the malaria epidemic, such ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Health 22 Dec 2020

    With reference to the issue of personal protective equipment (PPEs) which came under the spotlight in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, what (a) actions and/or measures has he and/or his department taken to address the (i) availability, (ii) quantity and (iii) quality of PPEs and (b) role has the ...

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Plenary appearances

  • NOTICES OF MOTION 5 Nov 2019

    Hon House Chair, I hereby give notice that on the next sitting day of the House I shall move on behalf of the ANC:

    That the House debates the critical role the private sector needs to play in improving the health system, and with the combined strength between the public ...


    Thank you, hon House Chair. It's a prophecy; I will follow the rule to become the doctor. [Laughter.] Hon Minister, as you have mentioned that you will build on existing plans and policies to address the

    employment that would be designated as not requiring scares skills, when are you anticipating ...

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