Mr Abednigo Vusumuzi Khoza

Member of the National Assembly

Formerly: KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature

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About Abednigo Vusumuzi Khoza

Khoza joined the Economic Freedom Fighters in 2013 and was appointed its provincial convenor. He was the party's premier candidate for the 2014 general elections. He was elected to the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature as the EFF won two seats.

Khoza was elected provincial chairperson of the EFF in 2018 and re-elected to the provincial legislature in 2019.

In early-2023, Khoza resigned from the provincial legislature as he was redeployed to the National Assembly of South Africa.


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2023 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate (3 of 3 )

2018 committee attendance as mp

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Mr V Khoza (EFF) said South Africa had to invest in education, suggesting that South Africa could not fail to ...

Mr Khoza (CLC) said that the current services provided by the government are fragmented. A BIG system would represent a ...

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