Formerly: National Council of Provinces
What is your political background? How did you become involved in politics and in particular, what drew you to your specific party? I joined the African National Congress (ANC) through the United Democratic Front (UDF) in 1983. At the time I was involved in the National Education Coordinating Committee (NECC) where I worked with Ihron Rensburg, because I was also a qualified teacher. My first arrest came in 1985 as a result of the political activities of the UDF at the time. More...
93% attendance rate
Attended 13 meetings out of 14
95% attendance rate
Attended 60 meetings out of 63
82% attendance rate
Attended 53 meetings out of 65
74% attendance rate
Attended 37 meetings out of 50
75% attendance rate
Attended 43 meetings out of 57
67% attendance rate
Attended 16 meetings out of 24
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Izinduna budget: COGTA briefing 12 Feb 2019
PIC. 28 Mar 2019
These are so-called clever people, and clever people are sitting on my right. They are not fools, because they understand the manifesto of the ANC.
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PIC. 28 Mar 2019
Hon Chairperson ...
Malungu ahloniphekileyo e-NCOP, Sekela Mphathiswa.
I'm trying! [Laughter.]
You know, I appreciate the fundamental shift of the DA from building a single country which was really propagated by the ANC in providing a unitary state. And fortunately there's a fundamental shift from their policy ...