Ms Susan Shabangu

Formerly: National Assembly

Susan Shabangu

About Susan Shabangu

Ms Susan Shabangu served as Minister of Social Development, having previously served as Minister of Women in the Presidency. She also serves both in the National Working Committee and the NEC of the ANC. Born in 1956, Ms Shabangu has a long history in struggle politics. She organised the Amalgamated Black Worker's Project in 1984 and went on to head the women’s desk at Cosatu. She was an advisor to the September Commission, assigned to look at the future of the unions in the mid-90s and later became a Member of Parliament. She has actively participated in Parliamentary Committees such as Labour, Transport and Trade and Industry during her tenure. Source: (gov.za)

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Politician Activity

Attendance of committee meetings:

2019 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 3 meetings

2018 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 9 meetings

2017 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 4 meetings

2016 committee attendance as minister/deputy

Attended 2 meetings

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Adv. Maluleke responded to the Chairperson and acknowledged that the DDG mentioned was expelled at some point. However, they are ...

Mr Shabangu (AGSA) responded that they physically went to the location to assess what has been done and sourced an ...

Mr Shabangu (AGSA) responded that this question accurately outlined the major challenge they faced because the percentage method lacked a ...

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Declaration of interests

What are declaration of interests?

Annually, MPs are required by parliament to register their financial interests and gifts received in their official capacity. Due to the significant influence of the role that MPs take on, there may be times when their personal or business interests become in conflict with the duty prescribed to them as elected officials representing the public interest. You can see what interests your MPs declared here.
Details Of Benefits Name Of Trusts

None

Koketso Modiba Foundation for Girls Education

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Koketso Modiba Foundation for girls education and Development

Trust

Description Extent Location

House

Unknown

Bedfordview

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Koketso Modiba Foundation for Girl Education

Trust

Description Extent Location

House

Normal

Bedfordview

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Koketso Modiba Foundation for Girls Education Development

Trust

Description Location

House

Bedfordview

House

Vosloorus

House

Boksburg

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Koketso Modiba Foundation for Girls Education Development

Trust

Description Location

House

Bedfordview

House

Boksburg

House

Vosloorus

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Koketso Modiba Foundation for Girls Education and Development

Trust

Source Description Value

Rooberg Workers

Earrings and necklace

Unknown

Description Location

House

Bedfordview

House

Boksburg

House

Vosloorus

Source Description Value

Anglo

Bowl on 3feet stand

R3 700

Anglo

Flowers

R600

DMR

Flowers in a basket

R250

Ambassador of Russia

Flowers in a basket

R700

Chamber of Mines

Photo frame

Unknown

Done

Shoe Art Effect

Unknown

Indiama - Angola

Crystal art statue

Unknown

Description Location

House

Boksburg

House

Vosloorus

Source Description Value

Gift

Wine hamper

R800.00

Pear necklace and earrings

R1 400.00

Hamper

R200.00

Wine, sweets, nuts hamper

R400.00

Consol Jar

R500.00

Umbrella & USB

R300.00

Source Description Value

FIFA

1 Addidas travel bag

R300.00

FIFA

FIFA in Africa Best of 2010 W/C DVDs

Unknown

Camelot Health Spa Vouchers

R500.00

Goldfields

Red roses bouquet

R400.00

Goldfields

Red roses bouquet

R400

Chamber of Mines

Rand

Unknown

Dept. of Arts

Opening

Unknown

De Beers

1 set Steak knives and forks

R450.00

UMK

1 Silver Waterman pen

Unknown

SAMMI

1 x Drilling Miner Scupture

Unknown

PALAMA

2009

R139.40

Cuzen Randere

glasses

R650.00

FIFA/Aveng Group

2010

Unknown

Dr Y Muthien, DBSA

1 Pottery vasewith Lindt Chocolates

Unknown

Sate of Qatar

1 Bronze display Code of Arms

Unknown

CEF

1 Set of Oriental Express black pens

Unknown

Kalagadi Manganese

1 Bouquet

R800.00

Minister of Energy

Turkish ceramic plate

R700.00

FIFA

2010 Signature tie set and cuffs

Unknown

Ministry of Agriculture

Merlot

R144.95

Sinosteel

1 Chinese tea set

Unknown

Government of China

accessories

R800.00

De Beers

1 Balman pen set

Unknown

Embassy of Japan

1 Wako gold plated desk clock

Unknown

Description Location

House

Boksburg

House

Vosloorus

Description Sponsor

Anglo American offered Minister a lift to Cape Town so that they can hold a meeting on air-en-route to Cape Town

Anglo American

Directorship/Partnership

Fifa 2010 LOC [Board of Directors]

Source Description Value

Presidential Office [Angola]

Bronze African Statuete

Unknown

Chamber of Mines

1 Gold necklace

R2,500