Mr William Mothipa Madisha

National Assembly

William Mothipa Madisha

About William Mothipa Madisha

William Mothipa “Willie” Madisha grew up in Atteridgeville, Pretoria. He studied teaching at the Transvaal College of Education and served as President of the South African Democratic Teachers Union for 12 years (1996-2008). He also served as President of the Congress of South African Trade Unions from 1999-2008. Mr Madisha continues to work for the realisation of workers’ rights.

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Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2015 [Source]

LAND AND PROPERTY

Description Extent Location
Residential 3 Bedroomed Lebowakgomo

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2014 [Source]

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business
Nilaflex Private Co.
Proudly South African NPO

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2010 [Source]

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business
Job Creation Trust -
Umcobomvu Youth Fund [Resigned]
Proudly SA Campaign [Resigned]
Nagatshweu Trade [Resigned]
CPS Office Automation [Resigned]

LAND AND PROPERTY

Description Extent Location
Residential 3 Bedroomed Limpopo

Committee appearances

  • SIU on SABC investigations; ICASA Quarter 1 performance 10 Sep 2019

    Mr W Madisha (COPE) stated that the report was comprehensive and welcomed the steps taken thus far. He said the NPA had been continually invited to the Committee to give a progress report. Despite the multiple invitations they had not come. The Committee needed to once again communicate to the ...
  • Department & entities Quarter 1 performance 3 Sep 2019

    Mr W Madisha (COPE) said he welcomed the Minister’s acceptance that problem areas had been uncovered at the SABC in Corporate Services and that these areas would be dealt with. He proposed that the Committee be given a report on the areas that had been fixed. He was worried ...
  • Department on state of the reconfiguration 27 Aug 2019

    Mr W Madisha (COPE) said the bringing together of the two departments is positive. Where there is a problem is in the multiplicity of staff in merging the two departments. Although the Minister and DG spoke about the upskilling and retraining of staff, if there are 10 Acting DDGs in ...
  • Departments of Communications, and Telecommunications and Postal Services 2019/20 Annual Performance Plan 3 Jul 2019

    Mr W Madisha (COPE) said that the merger was indeed important and these two departments should not have been separated to begin with. A clear programme of action on the reconfiguration of the departments has not been presented. What is the programme of action that will be followed for reconfiguration?
  • SABC Board on implementation of section 189 of Labour Relations Act 13 Nov 2018

    Mr W Madisha (COPE) said everyone knew about the financial crisis faced by the SABC, but the Members should move from repeating the problems and start focusing on what needed to be done. He believed that the officials had thoroughly studied the problem and had tried to come up with ...

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Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans 18 Apr 2019

    (a) What are the reasons that informed the decision of the Department of Military Veterans to withdraw participation and financial support to an SAS Mendi memorial service in Cape Town by the Gunners Association and (b) what is her official position regarding this decision and the reasons advanced for the ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Health 9 Apr 2019

    (1) What are the details of each supplier of air-ambulance services in terms of (a) name and (b) amounts paid to each supplier that is currently contracted to various provincial departments of health; (2) whether he has found that the manner in which the services were procured complies with the ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Police 5 Apr 2019

    What (a) is the average processing time for the consideration and approval of firearm competency certificates, (b) is the current backlog for the processing of such applications and (c) are the reasons for this backlog?

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Plenary appearances

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