Formerly: National Assembly
Mr Bhoola was born in Pietermartizburg, Kwazulu-Natal. He joined the Minority Front in 1999 and served as a councilor in the Umdoni Municipality before becoming a Member of the National Parliament in 2004. He has served on the Human Settlements and Social Development Portfolio Committees and am an alternate Member on the Basic Education Portfolio Committee. I particularly represent the Indian community under the banner of the Minority Front, and they are largely to be found in KZN. But, the Minority Front has also made inroads in African communities
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|Sub 2 Lot 96||1 200sq.m.||Umzinto|
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DIVISION OF REVENUE BILL (Second Reading debate) 13 Mar 2014
The MF welcomes the eradication of the bucket system; we must stop treating our people like second class citizens. This is relevant right here in the Western Cape, where the DA thinks that it is humane to give people open toilets. Our citizens deserve more. Treat them like humans with ...
FAREWELL SPEECHES 13 Mar 2014
Mr Speaker, firstly I would like to extend my sincere gratitude for the opportunity to express a few words of farewell to my colleagues, friends and the support staff of Parliament in both Houses. It has indeed been a privilege to serve the MF, my community and all minority groups ...