Mr Kenneth Sililo Mubu

Formerly: National Assembly

Kenneth Sililo Mubu

About Kenneth Sililo Mubu

Died 31st August 2015

Mr Mubu was born in Lusaka, Zambia. He holds a BA in Education from the University of Zambia, and also a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Journalism/Public Relations from Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, USA, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Management from Leicester University, United Kingdom as well as a Certificate in Public Relations Management from the Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRiSA). Mr Mubu played a critical role in voter education in the first democratic elections in 1994, informing communities of their voting rights. Under his leadership, the Turfloop Foundation realised the completion of EDUPARK, a multi-institution project outside of Polokwane. During his tenure at TSA a number of important projects were achieved on the African continent, one of these being the Southern Sudan Capacity and Institution Building initiative. Source:

Kenneth Sililo Mubu's plenary attendance record for Feb-Apr 2013 and 2012

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Attendance of committee meetings:

2015 committee attendance as mp

40% attendance rate (8 of 20 )

2014 committee attendance as mp

(From the start of the Fifth Parliament)

93% attendance rate (13 of 14 )

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Mr K Mubu (DA) said three Members had their places broken into at the Acacia Park parliamentary village. The likelihood ...

Mr K Mubu (DA) said the turnaround procedure should be clearly stated before the passage of the Budget and not ...

Mr K Mubu (DA) said the first correction on page three, line number five, was correct.

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What is the status of the revision of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act, Act 25 of 2002?

(1)   Has South Africa ratified the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Model Law on Computer Crime and Cyber Crime; if ...

(a) How does (i) his department and (ii) entities reporting to him define red tape and (b) what (i) specific ...

Plenary appearances:

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25 Jul 2014

Chairperson, the immovable asset register should be an inventory of all of government's immovable assets which this department oversees on behalf of the people of this country. However, the register ...

Hon House Chair, the DA does not support the Labour Relations Amendment Bill. Following protracted discussions by the committee and a number of proposed changes from the NCOP, the Bill ...

Declaration of interests

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Source Public/Private

UNISA Pension Fund


Nominal Value No Name of Company Nature

R2 000




Description Extent Location

Residential House

1 150sq.m.


Source Public/Private



No Name of Company Nature




Description Extent Location

Residential house

1 141sq.m.

La Montague, Pretoria

Name of Company No



Source Description Value


Set of Parker Pens

+-R3 000

Description Extent Location

Residential House

1 195sq.m.

La Montagne, Pretoria

Name of Company No



Description Extent Location

Residential House

1 195sq.m.

La Montagne

Source Public/Private

UNISA REtirement Fund


Description Sponsor

[return]. Accommodation

SA - Israel

Description Extent Location

Dwelling House


La Montagne, Pretoria

Description Extent Location

Dwelling house


La Montagne, Pretoria