Mr Makalo Petrus Mohale

Member of the Free State Provincial Legislature

Makalo Petrus Mohale

About Makalo Petrus Mohale

Makalo Mohale served his law articles in Bloemfontein in 2004 and later worked at Free State Legislature as Public Participation Officer from late 2004 till 2007. He then worked in Ngwathe Local Municipality as supply chain manager till 2012. He later joined Mangaung Metro as the spokesperson of the Executive Mayor till 2013. He proceeded to work as Director Supply Chain in the Free State Department of Police Roads and Transport from April 2013 until his secondment as the Free State Premier’s Spokesperson 2015. Later that year, he was appointed in the Free State Department of Human Settlements as Chief Director Housing Programmes till 2019 May when he was appointed as the MEC for the Department of Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs.


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