Member of the Western Cape Provincial Legislature
Ms Maseko is the former Councillor for Cederberg Municipality.
2023 committee attendance as mp
90% attendance rate (52 of 58 )
2022 committee attendance as mp
78% attendance rate (45 of 58 )
2021 committee attendance as mp
72% attendance rate (62 of 86 )
2020 committee attendance as mp
76% attendance rate (47 of 62 )
2019 committee attendance as mp
71% attendance rate (32 of 45 )
2018 committee attendance as mp
96% attendance rate (27 of 28 )
DISCLAIMER: This information has been obtained via the Parliamentary Monitoring Group. PMG makes every effort to compile reliable and comprehensive information, but does not claim that the data is 100% accurate and complete.
Local Government (WCPP)
Western Cape Adjustments Appropriation Bill, 2023: Local Government
29 Nov 2023
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The Chairperson, invited Committee Members to pose questions, signalling the conclusion of the presentation segment.
Ms M Maseko (DA) asked whether the Head of Department saw sustainability measures put in place to deal with the ...
Ms M Maseko (DA) suggested covering all the districts which included the Overberg, the West Coast, Karoo, the Garden Route, ...
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