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).
Attended 1 meeting
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Attended 15 meetings out of 15
Attended 15 meetings
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Attended 7 meetings out of 7
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Attended 55 meetings out of 62
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Attended 8 meetings out of 11
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