Keitumetse Bridgette Tlhomelang

National Assembly

Keitumetse Bridgette Tlhomelang

About Keitumetse Bridgette Tlhomelang

2019 committee attendance as mp

81% attendance rate

Attended 13 meetings out of 16

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Committee appearances

  • “The Unseen Sector”: Research paper by International Finance Corporation & World Bank 13 Nov 2019

    Ms K Tlhomelang (ANC) agreed with the recommendations. She would like to know if the IFC had done any research on why there had been a decline in female entrepreneurs. Looking at the reality, one usually saw women selling peanuts and vetkoeks in the street.
  • Access to Markets – Major Issues for consideration 30 Oct 2019

    Ms K Tlhomelang (ANC) said that since unemployment was such a major problem in SA, there was a dire need to support SMMEs so that they became a source of job creation. The presentation had highlighted that the biggest challenge faced by SMMEs was access to markets, and so the ...
  • Entrepreneurial Finance Imperative for Growth and Employment: briefing by Content Advisor 23 Oct 2019

    Ms K Tlhomelang (ANC) commented that the presentation had been an eye opener. She was impressed that the Committee had been urged to call on all financial sectors, where all relevant stakeholders could participate. She agreed that SEFA could not do the work alone, and said the Committee should encourage ...
  • Small Business Development Budget Review and Recommendations Report 16 Oct 2019

    Ms K Tlhomelang (ANC) recommended that the Committee should agree to have a check list comprising of all the Auditor General’s (AG’s) findings, to ensure that they were implemented. In view of the challenges faced by Department, she supported the introduction of a Committee Ombudsman Bill. She also ...
  • Audit Outcomes: AGSA, DPME & FFC input 8 Oct 2019

    Ms K Tlhomelang (ANC) wanted to know whether there was any punitive or remedial action if departments and entities do not implement recommendations flowing from observations made by the DPME.

All Committee Appearances


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Plenary appearances

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