Mr Sibonakaliso Phillip Mhlongo

Formerly: National Assembly

Sibonakaliso Phillip Mhlongo

About Sibonakaliso Phillip Mhlongo

Died 30th November 2021

Mr Mhlongo was born and raised in uMsinga District in KwaZulu-Natal where he did both his primary and high school education.

Fighter Mhlongo served in the EFF Provincial Command Team of KwaZulu-Natal and was very central to the establishment of the EFF in this province from the beginning. He was a member and activist of the United Democratic Front (UDF) until the unbanning of the ANC in 1990. Fighter Mhlongo also joined Umkhoto we Sizwe (MK) in 1986 and got training in Mozambique, Matola camp. He was also in Quatro, Angola before returning South Africa to form part of different attachments and deployments in Natal underground operations in the 1980s. He held an advanced diploma in Labour Law through the Ditsela program at Wits University.

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Mr P Mhlongo (EFF) said that impunity of those who were violating the code of conduct was the central issue ...

Mr P Mhlongo (EFF) asked whether the CI was part of the state capture so that Members could understand the ...

Mr P Mhlongo (EFF) referenced the changing nature of crime. In this context, there was clearly a lack of experienced ...

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Did the National Prosecuting Authority investigate whether the amount of R684,000 that was allegedly a loan from a certain company ...

(1) Whether the Government budgeted for the 2019 All Africa Games; if not, why not; if so, what amount was ...

(a) What number of (i) buildings, (ii) properties and (iii) facilities does her department currently (aa) own and (bb) rent, ...

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Family House

Residential

Eralsfield, Newlands West

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Parliament

Public

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House

Family Property

Newlands West, Durban

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GEPF [Parliament]

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House

5 Roomed

Newlands West, Durban