Mr Jacobus Frederik Smalle

Member of the Limpopo Provincial Legislature

Formerly: National Assembly

Jacobus Frederik Smalle

Mr Jacobus Frederik Smalle on social media:

About Jacobus Frederik Smalle

Jacques Smalle was born in Makhado, Limpopo and speaks Afrikaans, English and TshiVenda.

Jacques is a founding member of the DA, formerly the Democratic Party. He started his political career as an activist in the late ’90s assisting vulnerable children in the province, especially children in Oudtshoorn who suffer from under the unjust legacy of apartheid. To make his voice heard, Jacques became a DA councillor in 2000 which allowed him to give inputs on various issues related to local government and the well-being of the community.

Jacques is currently serving his third term as the provincial leader for Limpopo and he is currently a member of the Provincial Legislature in Limpopo. He also sits on the Agriculture, COGHSTA, Education, Joint Committee and SCOPA respectively.

Jacques’ vision for Limpopo is to ensure the Party becomes the official opposition, getting the ANC below 50% as well. Jacques wants to see the DA in Limpopo co-governing five municipalities come 2021.

Jacques Smalle currently lives in Makhado with his two sons, Juan (17) and Pierre (20), and during his spare time he enjoys taking on DIY projects.

Source: Democratic Alliance

Former positions:

Public messages sent to this politician

Fetching the latest messages to Jacobus Frederik Smalle …

Politician Activity

Attendance of committee meetings:

2014 committee attendance as mp

(From the start of the Fifth Parliament)

0% attendance rate (0 of 1 )

DISCLAIMER: This information has been obtained via the Parliamentary Monitoring Group. PMG makes every effort to compile reliable and comprehensive information, but does not claim that the data is 100% accurate and complete.

What they said in committee meetings:

What are committee meetings?

Committee meetings are planned events where real-world impactful work happens such as law-making, oversight and public participation - which are all cornerstones of the work our MPs do. Although often citizens focus on the public debate taking place in main chambers, the majority of MPs' time is spent working within committees. Here is a place to see what your committee is saying.

Mr J Smalle (DA) referred to the recommendations made around legislation, why was there no reference made about the Independent ...

Mr J Smalle (DA) referred to the recommendations made around legislation, why was there no reference made about the Independent ...

Mr J Smalle (DA) thanked the DoE for the presentation. He asked whether the DoE was putting enough effort into ...

Questions asked to ministers:

What are questions asked to ministers?

Written questions and feedback are essential tools used by MPs for oversight and hold the executive accountable. This oversight mechanism allows MPs’ to extract detailed information that would normally be difficult to comprehend through oral engagement. You can see the questions that your MPs are asking here.

(1) To whom were the (a) Milnerton and (b) Saldanha storage tanks leased in the 2013-14 financial year; (2) are ...

(1) In the revised national expenditure estimates, 2013/14 as outlined in his 2013 Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (a) which ...

What (a) were the reasons for the explosion of the 132KW electrical cable, which occurred on Friday, 7 February 2014 ...

Plenary appearances:

What are plenary appearances?

Plenary sessions are forums that have been created for the purpose of public debate and decision-making. This mechanism is used to convey the messages of our MPs within main chambers on important decisions, like how they vote.

Hon Speaker, I hereby give notice that on the next sitting day of the House I shall move on behalf of the DA:

That the House debates the impact of ...

Hon Speaker, I hereby give notice that on the next sitting day of the House I shall move on behalf of the DA:

That the House debates the impact of ...

Declaration of interests

What are declaration of interests?

Annually, MPs are required by parliament to register their financial interests and gifts received in their official capacity. Due to the significant influence of the role that MPs take on, there may be times when their personal or business interests become in conflict with the duty prescribed to them as elected officials representing the public interest. You can see what interests your MPs declared here.
Nominal Value Name of Company No

R6m

Marc Smalle Trust [Family Trust with farm as asset - current dwelling]

Trustees

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Director: Himera (Pty) Ltd

Property owning [family share]

Director: Rima (Pty) Ltd

Property owning [family share]

Board Member: Dzanani Community Home Based Care project

NGO

Description Extent Location

Farm

130ha [Marc Smalle Trust]

Makado, Limpopo

Business rentals

33% [Rima (Pty) Ltd]

Thohoyandou, Limpopo

Business rentals

33% [Himera (Pty) Ltd]

Makhado, Limpopo

Residential rentals

[Himera (Pty) Ltd

Makhado, Limpopo

Family share - Town house

33%

Waterkloof, Pretoria

Nominal Value No Name of Company Nature

R3,5m

50%

Marc Smalle Trust

Farm

R2,5m

33%

Rima Properties

Property

R3,5m

38%

Himera (Pty) Ltd

property

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Himera (Pty)Ltd

Property

Rima Properties

Property

AP Snippers [Partnership]

Horse racing

Lace Heron - Felix The Cat [Partnership]

Horse racing

Nominal Value No Name of Company Nature

R10m

33%

Himera Properties (Pty) Ltd

Property Development

R6m

33%

Rima Properties (Pty)

Property Development

R7m

50%

Marc Smalle Trust

Farm