Ms Busisiwe Clarah Ndlovu

Formerly: National Assembly

Busisiwe Clarah Ndlovu

About Busisiwe Clarah Ndlovu

What is your political background? How did you come to join your political party and become an MP? Politics were introduced to me through my father who was politically active during the apartheid era. As a young teacher my involvement and activism was further deepened when I joined the National Education Union of South Africa (NEUSA) in 1979. I continued participating in the activities of NEUSA right up until the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) was formed. More...

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Ms B Ndlovu (ANC) said that her contribution to the Report was minimal, as she had not joined the Committee ...

Ms B Abrahams (ANC) called for the adoption of agenda with addition, and was seconded by Ms B Ndlovu (ANC).

Ms B Ndlovu (ANC) welcomed the DG’s explanation. She proposed the

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Declaration of interests

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Inca Peace - Director

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3 Bedrooms

Lydenburg - Mashishing