Mr Kavilan Brandon Pillay

Member of the National Assembly

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About Kavilan Brandon Pillay

Mr Pillay’s activism started during his teenage years, having been influenced by his late dad. He cut his political teeth with the Bayview Flat Residents Association as an activist and later the ANC. He served as ANC ward councillor for ward 69 in the eThekwini municipality before taking up a role in the city as grant in aid manager.

Mr Pillay graduated from UKZN with a Master’s in public administration. The topic for his Master’s research was: “An exploration of the eThekwini Municipality indigent policy and its administration with a focus on the provision of basic services.”

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2021 committee attendance as mp

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Mr K Pillay (ANC) noted that there was someone prompting Mr Lekota, when he had been asking questions, on what ...

Mr K Pillay (ANC) asked for more detailed and specific timeframes for the addressing of the system downtimes through the ...

Mr K Pillay (ANC) asked for clarity on the BMA’s staff complement currently, and also when the entity is fully ...

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