Mrs Phillips' first joined politics in 1992 during the Referendum for the "Yes" vote to change the political system in South Africa. In 2011, she was recruited to go on to a Wards Committee and she started getting quite active in the DA and on the Ward Committee. She served as the member of the Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources and Energy. Read more here.
100% attendance rate
Attended 7 meetings out of 7
89% attendance rate
Attended 34 meetings out of 38
88% attendance rate
Attended 22 meetings out of 25
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... and for that matter, within the Department of Energy be reviewed. Not only has this resulted in a duplication of effort and in some cases operational paralysis, but it is very costly as well. We need a leaner department and entities that are laser- focused on delivering on their ...
Thank you, hon Deputy Speaker. The Department of Mineral Resources has, despite a number of challenges, presented a credible report on its financial and performance status for the 2018-19 financial year. The achievement of a clean audit bears testament to the fact that there has been a significant improvement in ...