Mr Steven Mahlubanzima Jafta

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Steven Mahlubanzima Jafta

About Steven Mahlubanzima Jafta

Mr Jafta is the Secretary-General of the AIC


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He urged the DMR to ensure continuity in its operations. It had succeeded in getting the Department in the right ...

Mr S Jafta (AIC) expressed concerns about the capacity in DMR to implement and monitor the SAHRC recommendations. He asked ...

Mr S Jafta (AIC) said he also wanted to check what could be done to boost morale and improve the ...

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With reference to section 54 of the Mine Health and Safety Act, Act 29 of 1996, to what extent has ...

Whether any community health care workers have not received payment for some (a) months or (b) years; if so, (i) ...

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Hon Chair, the upbringing and the development of our children and learners specifically is crucial. The AIC believes in the development of a person as a whole - that is, ...

Deputy Speaker, the AIC has noted with serious concern that roads in the rural areas of this country are in a bad condition, and people feel ignored and forgotten by ...