Andrew Louw

Formerly: Northern Cape Provincial Legislature

Andrew Louw

About Andrew Louw

Mr Andrew Louw was the leader of the official opposition in the Northern Cape provincial legislature. He represented the Democratic Alliance in the province. He was born in Kimberley in 1969. He completed his matric at Homevale Secondary School and went on to gather a number of diplomas in marketing, operations, diversity and business management. He also completed a course in Labour Relations. He served as a councillor for the Sol Plaatje Municipality in Kimberley for three years. He was appointed as a Member of Parliament in 2009 and served as the DA Shadow Minister of Labour. He transferred from Parliament to serve as a Member of the Provincial Legislature in Kimberley. source: da.org.za

At the Legislature, Mr Louw sat on the Finance, Economic Development & Tourism; Provincial Treasury, Transport Safety & Liaison; Co-operative Governance & Traditional Affairs & Human Settlements committees

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Mr Louw (DP) expressed his agreement to the proposed position.

Mr Louw (SARS) wanted to first have discussion before finally commenting on bursaries and scholarships. He added that if the ...

The Committee was briefed by Mr Grote (National Treasury) and Mr Louw (SARS).

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Whether he held any meetings with certain persons (names furnished); if so, (a) on what date was each specified meeting ...

(1) With reference to various replies received from her predecessors pertaining to the movement of the President, Mr Jacob G ...

In the light of the Supreme Court of Appeal's finding on 8 October 2015, in the Hlaudi Motsoeneng case and ...

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