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Le Goff was born in Johannesburg and grew up in Northcliff and Cape Town. He matriculated from Northcliff High School. Le Goff has a Bachelor of Arts in Politics, Philosophy and Economics and is completing an honours degree in International Studies from the University of South Africa.
Le Goff has worked for LabourNet, the Democratic Alliance and Intergreatme.
In November 2021, Le Goff was elected to the City of Cape Town council as a proportional representation councillor for the DA. He served on the Energy Portfolio Committee as well as the Future Planning and Resilience Portfolio Committee. On 10 November 2022, Le Goff was named the replacement for former DA MP Christopher Mario Fry. He was sworn in as a Member of the National Assembly on 16 November 2022. He has been appointed as an Additional Member on Employment and Labour.
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Employment and Labour
Department of Employment and Labour Q2 & 3 2022/23 performance: with Ministry
6 Sep 2023
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(1) What total number of the (a) Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) and (b) COVID-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) claims ...
(1) With regard to the (a) Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) and (b) COVID-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) Programme, what ...
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