Formerly: National Assembly
What is your political background? How did you come to join your political party and became an MP? I was brought up by a politically active grandmother and also spent time in the company of the Makoke family. Mr Makoke was an agent of the ANC movement that assisted comrades going for military training under uMkhonto weSizwe in the early 1980’s. More...
80% attendance rate
Attended 8 meetings out of 10
95% attendance rate
Attended 35 meetings out of 37
74% attendance rate
Attended 17 meetings out of 23
84% attendance rate
Attended 21 meetings out of 25
62% attendance rate
Attended 28 meetings out of 45
48% attendance rate
Attended 15 meetings out of 31
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Fishing Rights Allocation Process (FRAP) 2020 13 Nov 2018
Notices Of Motion 13 Mar 2014
Hon Speaker, I hereby give notice that on the next sitting day of the House I shall move on behalf of the ANC:
That the House debates the role of Parliament in defining the national transformation agenda.
Appropriation Bill 9 May 2013
Hon Chairperson, hon Minister, Deputy Ministers, hon members and guests, one of the key features of an interventionist state is that it creates strategic and technical capacity within itself to be able to respond to the needs of the public. The state not only intervenes to render conditions conducive to ...