Mr Janho Engelbrecht

Member of the National Assembly

Formerly: Gauteng Provincial Legislature

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Janho Engelbrecht

About Janho Engelbrecht

Mr Engelbrecht currently serves as a Member of the National Assembly.

He previously served as an MPL on the Roads and Transport, and Economic Development portfolios for the DA Caucus in Gauteng since 2014. Janho joined the Democratic Party in 1991 and served as Potchefstroom University Branch Chairperson from 1993 to 1995. In 2006 Janho was elected as a Ward Councillor, subsequent to that, he served as a DA PR Councillor from 2011 to 2014 on the City Planning, Infrastructure Development, Rules and Ethics Portfolios. Janho was Campaign Manager for the 2010 Tshwane local government elections which saw the Caucus grow from 47 members to 82. In 2011, Janho was appointed Chief Whip and served in this capacity until 2013. Janho currently lives in Centurion and has two sons, Cilliers and Jandro.

[Source: Democratic Alliance]

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Attendance of committee meetings:

2022 committee attendance as mp

67% attendance rate (2 of 3 )

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Mr J Engelbrecht (DA) asked if the Committee would go over all the definitions first and then provide input or ...

Mr J Engelbrecht (DA) said that the origin of most of the problems JICS had raised was the DCS. The ...

Mr J Engelbrecht (DA) said that the SIU findings suggested that there were very serious shortcomings in the procurement and ...

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What is the (a) total number of staff employed and/or provided as departmental support in (i) her and (ii) the ...

Whether there is currently a dedicated legislative drafting unit within his department; if not, why not; if so, what (a) ...

Whether, with reference to the release on parole of Mr Morné Harmse on 03 March 2022, who was serving a ...

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