Formerly: KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature
Dr Dhlomo was the MEC for Health in KZN from 2009 - 2019.
He holds the following qualifications:
MBCHB from the University of Natal; BA Degree from UNISA that he acquired whilst being incarcerated in Robben Island; Master's in Public Health (MPH) from Medunsa; Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene from Wits University; Diploma in Project Management from Damelin College; Diploma in HIV Management from College of Medicines SA; Diploma in Palliative Care from UCT; Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management from the University of KwaZulu Natal, and, most recently Diploma in Forensic Pathology from College of Medicine of South Africa.
He is a former member of Umkhonto Wesizwe and was incarcerated on Robben Island in the 1980’s.
He has also served in the South Africa National Defence and worked as an academic at the University of KwaZulu-Natal lecturing in Public Health.
100% attendance rate
Attended 3 meetings out of 3
100% attendance rate
Attended 13 meetings out of 13
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Hon Chair, the National Public Health Institutes of South Africa Bill, NAPHISA, was processed in both Houses in the 5th Parliament. It went through the process of revival in this House hence we are tabling it for consideration.
In 1994, the democratic government began a process of transforming the deep- ...
THE SPEAKER ANNOUNCED THAT THE VACANCIES WHICH OCCURRED IN THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OWING TO THE RESIGNATIONS OF MR S BESANI AND MS Z C FAKU HAD BEEN FILLED BY THE NOMINATIONS OF MS C SEOPOSENGWE WITH EFFECT FROM 9 JULY 2019 AND MS P FAKU WITH EFFECT FROM 1 AUGUST 2019, RESPECTIVELY. THE MEMBERS HAD MADE AND SUBSCRIBED THE OATH IN THE SPEAKER'S OFFICE. 22 Aug 2019
Hon Speaker, to the hon President, there has been some concerns - and we need to attend to them - raised by some
South Africans based on the reports of the performances of some state-owned enterprises, SOEs, which are related to governance challenges and financial irregularities.
These concerns therefore claim that the ...