Washington Tseko Isaac Mafanya

National Assembly

Washington Tseko Isaac Mafanya

About Washington Tseko Isaac Mafanya

2019 committee attendance as mp

85% attendance rate

Attended 11 meetings out of 13

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Committee appearances

  • SAPS Crime Statistics 2018/19; with Minister 12 Sep 2019

    Mr T Mafanya (EFF) noted that over the past ten years, there were almost 200 000 murders. This is a sign that SA is a country at war with itself. He proposed there be security cluster summit as it was quite clear the police alone could not deal decisively with ...
  • Safety & Security in Schools: DBE & SAPS briefings 10 Sep 2019

    Mr W Mafanya (EFF) agreed with Mr Malatji and added that the main contributor to the staggering numbers as presented are the socio-economic conditions within communities, particularly in townships. These socio-economic challenges cascade down to schools as learners replicate what they witness within their communities. The high rate of unemployment ...
  • Committee hosting Chinese delegation 6 Sep 2019

    Mr W Mafanya (EFF) stressed that the Committee would like to learn from the Chinese delegation in terms of how China deals with its crime situation. There are also trans-border crimes where you find your people in our country committing crimes. The Committee would like to know how to curb ...
  • PSIRA & Civilian Secretariat for Police 2019/20 Annual Performance Plans; Budget Reports 9 Jul 2019

    Mr W Mafanya (EFF) said that it was a matter of fact that there were security offices owned by foreigners, as well as having foreign personnel. How safe was the country when there were non-patriotic people as security guards? Security officers were often deployed into volatile situations that needed SAPS ...
  • SAPS 2018/19 Budget: Programme 1 Administration 2 Jul 2019

    Mr T Mafanya (EFF) said that many Members had spoken but he believed the presentation lacked details. For example, it was stated that violent crimes would be halved, but what about the other half that was exposed to violent crimes? What happened to them? He was also concerned about the ...

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Plenary appearances

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