Ms Tandeka Gqada completed a Management Development Programme through the University of South Africa. Thereafter she completed a Human Resources Management Programme and an MBA at the same institution. She was subsequently employed at UniSA for more than nine years, after which she was employed at Old Mutual and the Nedbank group.
Ms Gqada entered politics in 2011 when she became the Public Relations Councillor for the City of Cape Town (CoCT). She then became an Executive Mayoral Committee Member for the CoCT, where she served in various portfolios including Community Services & Human Settlement.
To learn more about this member, read her blog post.
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Hon Speaker, I move without notice:
That the House -
1) notes that on Sunday, 22 February 2015, music legend Zayn Adam sadly passed away;
2) further notes that Adam passed away at Groote Schuur Hospital after suffering a heart attack earlier last week;
3) acknowledges that Adam was a brilliant ...
Appropriation Bill 15 Jul 2014
Chairperson, hon Minister, fellow colleagues, honoured guests, ladies and gentlemen, it gives me great pleasure to deliver my maiden speech in the House today as a member of the Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements, which is very close to my heart. [Applause.] Hon Minister and members of the portfolio committee ...