Mr Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo

National Assembly

Formerly: North West Provincial Legislature

Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo

About Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo

Mr Mahumapelo was born in 1968 in Manamolelo outside Delareyville, North West. He holds a Certificate in Public Finance and Economics from the University of South Africa and a Master's degree in Political Economy from the University of Port Elizabeth. Mr Mahumapelo served as the ANC Provincial Secretary in the North West from 2011 until August 2018. He has also held the positions of Speaker of the Provincial Legislature and Premier of North West.

2020 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 14 meetings out of 14

2019 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 20 meetings out of 20

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Committee appearances

  • State of tourism in Rural Areas 24 Jun 2020

    The Chairperson said that both the provincial legislatures and Parliament, at the national level, represented the same sector, which was the legislative sector. The Portfolio Committee of Tourism in Parliament, during its deliberations since 2019, had realised that there had not been consistent interactions between Members of the Committee, at ...
  • Tourism Business Council of South Africa on Risk Adjusted Strategy and Recovery Plan 9 Jun 2020

    The Chairperson noted that South Africa has responded well in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic has affected the Tourism Sector more than any other sector as it relies and survives on the movement and interaction of people. Right before the pandemic arose, Tourism was struggling with contraction ...
  • Tourism Budget: Committee Report; Tourism 2019/20 Quarter 2 performance 2 Jun 2020

    The Chairperson opened the meeting by greeting the attendants and followed by announcing the duration of the meeting. He reminded the Committee that the agenda, minutes and the Draft Report were sent in advance to all the Members. He mentioned the focus of the current meeting and reminded the attendants ...
  • South African Tourism 2020/21 Annual Performance Plan 27 May 2020

    The Chairperson said that the pandemic offered South Africa an opportunity for its tourism industry to get ready. As the entire world was under lockdown, tourists would not be able to see which country was safer than others. After lockdown restrictions were lifted, there were only two things that tourists ...
  • Department of Tourism 2020/21 Annual Performance plan 26 May 2020

    The Chairperson welcomed all the Members to the meeting. He noted that the Committee was meeting a day after Africa Day. He explained how achieving democracy in Africa had been a long protracted struggle which led to the formation of the African Union (AU). Celebrating Africa Day was a reminder ...

All Committee Appearances


    No questions found

Plenary appearances


    Ke a go leboga Modulasetilo wa Baduladitulo mme ke dumedisa le batlotlegi ba NA.


    In unison, the collective of the Portfolio Committee on Tourism agreed that the long-term strategic objective remains the same, and that long-term strategic objective it is the attainment of a South Africa that one day ...


    The hon House Chairperson, the Minister, Comrade Mamoloko Ngubane, Comrade Deputy Minister, Fish

    Mahlalela, the collective members of the Committee on Tourism, we are also taking this responsible to acknowledge amongst ourselves, the Chairperson of South African Tourism, Ms Yako, ladies and gentlemen and South Africans who are paying attention ...

All Plenary Appearances