Ms Joanmariae Louise Fubbs

Formerly: National Assembly

Joanmariae Louise Fubbs

About Joanmariae Louise Fubbs

Ms Fubbs was born 30 November 1944. She received a BA Honours in Clinical Psychology from the University of South Africa (UNISA) in 1990 and in 1993 an MSc Development and Planning from the University of Witwatersrand (WITS). In 2000 she was awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Economic Principles from SOAS University of London and in 2012 an MSc Public Policy and Management from SOAS University of London. Ms Fubbs served as an MPL in the Gauteng Legislature from 1994 until 2004 when she was elected to the National Assembly. She chaired the Standing Committee on Finance 1994 – 2004, and the Economic Affairs Committee until it was delinked from Finance in 2001. She also served as a member of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts, Deputy Chair of the Internal Audit Gauteng Legislature and Chairperson of the Premier’s Oversight Committee (1994-2004). An MP since 2004, Ms Fubbs initially served as the Whip of the Joint Budget Committee, (NA & NCOP – which later the Appropriations Committee). Ms Fubbs also served as the Whip of the Economic Transformation Cluster and as a Member of the Portfolio Committee on Finance (2004 – 2009). Between 2004-2019 she served as a member of the WTO- IPU and between 2004-2009 she served as a member of the SA-EU-IPU. In 2009 Ms Fubbs became Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry - a position she held until 2019. During this time 2009-2019 she also served as Co-Chair with the European Parliament the SA-EU Inter-Parliamentary Union Focus Group. She is the founder and current Chairperson of the Centre for Education in Economics and Finance.Africa (CEEF.Africa)

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Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Centre of Education and Economics and finance. Africa (Ceef.Africa)

Research

Description Extent Location

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1/2 Acre

Hartebeespoortdam

House

1/2 Acre

Sandingham, Johannesburg

Source Public/Private

Parliamentary Pension

Public

Directorship/Partnership

Centre of Education Economies Tertiary Education

Source Description Value

EU Parliament

European Parliament branded wrist watch with Leather Strap

R1500 - R 3000

Description Extent Location

Plot

1.2 Acre

Hartebeespoort Dam

House

1.2 Acre

Sandringham Johannesburg

Source Public/Private

De Beers Pension Fund

Private

Liberty Life Annuity

Private

Sanlam Life Annuity

Private

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Centre of Education in Economics and Finance - Africa [CEEF.Africa]

Tertiary Education

Source Description Value

EU Parliament

Silver tray

-R1 500 - R1 700

Description Extent Location

Plot

1/2 Acre

hartebeespoort Dam

House

1/2 Acre

Sandringham, JHB

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Centre for Education in Economics and Finance - AFrica [Ceef.Africa]

Tertiary education and training

Description Extent Location

Plot

1/2 Acre

Hartebeespoort Dam

House

1/2 Acre

Sandringham

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Centre for Education in Economics and Finance Africa [CEEF Africa]

Training

Source Description

Parliament

Leather folder and Parker pen

Description Extent Location

Plot

1/2 Acre

Hartebeespoort Dam

House

1/2 Acre

Sandringham

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

CEEF.Africa - S21 [Centre for Education in Economics and Finance Africa

Tertiary Education - Section 21 Co.

Description Extent Location

Plot

1/2 Acre

Hartebeespoort, NW

House

1/2 Acre

Sandringham

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Women in Action for Development

Women in Economic Empowerment

Centre for Education in Economics

Training

Description Extent Location

House

1/2 Acre

Sandringham

Plot

1/2 Acre

Hartebeespoort [North West]

Source Description Extent

CEEF Africa

MSc Public Policy

R80 000 [2003-2007]

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

Women in Action for Development Women economic development empowerment

Finance]

Training

SURG

Community empowerment

Source Description Value

China

String of pearls

R300-R400

Description Extent Location

Housa

1/2Acre

Sgham, JHB

Plot

1/2Acre

Hartebeespoort, NW

Source Description Extent

CEEF Africa

MSC Public Policy

R80,00-2003 ended in 2007

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business

WAD [Women in Action for Development]

Women empowerment into the economic mainstream their development

CEEF, Africa [Centre for Education in Economics and Finance]

S21 [Training and education in economic policy [Public]

SURG [Dormant]

Community empowerment in low-income - facilitation

Source Description Value

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Wooden carving in picture frame during official visit

Estimated R200-E300

Description Extent Location

House

1/2 Acre

Sandringham, JHB

Plot

1/2 Acre

Hartebeespoort, North West