Mr Gungubele served as the Deputy Minister of Finance. Born 1 February 1957, Mr Gungubele was the previous Mayor of the Ekurhuleni Municipality. Mr Gungubele has a B Com (Law) Degree and also holds a National Diploma in Nursing. He has also headed the Economic Affairs Portfolio Committee in the Gauteng provincial legislature (2004-2007). Mr Gungubele has also been a MEC for Sport, Recreation, Arts & Culture (1999-2004), MEC for Health (1997-1999) and MEC for Social Development and Community Services (1994-1997)all in the Gauteng province.
In the ANC, Mr Gungubele has been Chairperson of the party's Vosloorus branch (1992). Prior to this, he was a teacher at the Falo Senior Secondary School (1980 - 1981).
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Council of Social Services Professions on funding support from Department & challenges pertaining to training, professionalization of social work practitioners & conditions of employment; NACYCW on challenges encountered in Child and Youth Care sector 27 Nov 2019
Hon Minister, we appreciate the primacy attached to the significance of the legislation, both the Children's Amendment Bill as well as the Social Assistance Amendment Bill.
Minister, could you share with us what value unlocking the processes of the Children's Amendment Bill will actually create
for fast-tracking the ...
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