Thembi Portia Msane

National Assembly

Formerly: KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature

Thembi Portia Msane

About Thembi Portia Msane

Ms Thembi Msane is a member of the Economic Freedom Fighters. She currently serves as a Member of the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry.

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Committee appearances

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Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition 27 Nov 2020

    (1)What total number of poultry farms that are 100% black-owned (a) will participate in the new localisation designation report and (b) are not affiliated with the SA Poultry Association? (2) What total number of 100% black-owned companies that produce poultry feed are assisted by the Government? [NW3372E]
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Transport 19 Nov 2020

    With reference to the US$100 million loan that was approved by the African Development Bank under identity number P-ZA-D00-004 for the SA Commuter Transit Project on 18 October 2018, (a) in which provinces has the specified project been implemented to date, (b) of the 6700 small and medium enterprises ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation 3 Nov 2020

    What multilateral programmes do the Southern African Development Community bloc and other African regional blocs have in addressing human trafficking on the continent?

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Plenary appearances

  • UNGQONGQOSHE WEZOBULUNGISWA NOKUHLONYULELISWA KWEZIMILO: 13 Nov 2019

    Chairperson, noting that South Africa was the Chairperson of Ayora from October 2017 to October 2019; and the Deputy Minister is speaking of a UN programme. I want to know how many South Africans are going to be beneficiaries to such programmes?

    Besides your seminars and other elitist programmes that ...

  • PROCEEDING OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY 13 Nov 2019

    Thank you very much, Deputy Minister, for the African Continental Free Trade Agreement to be

    beneficial to the African continent, preference should be given to Pan- African manufactured goods and it seeks to develop services offered by the African people. How will your department ensure that black-owned businesses which trade ...

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