Ms Mathedi Asnath Molekwa

National Assembly

Mathedi Asnath Molekwa

About Mathedi Asnath Molekwa

2020 committee attendance as mp

54% attendance rate

Attended 7 meetings out of 13

2019 committee attendance as mp

75% attendance rate

Attended 30 meetings out of 40

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  • Minister/Deputy Minister attendance is not compulsory.
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  • This is not the official committee attendance record of Parliament.
  • Plenary Attendance is not made public by Parliament although it has been requested.

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Committee appearances

  • Police management of COVID-19 lockdown: SAPS briefing; with Minister & Deputy Minister present 29 Apr 2020

    Ms M Molekwa (ANC) asked if there is any mechanism in place to monitor the payout of pensions. Most of the pensioners are vulnerable as well as the payout person because there is no monitoring mechanism. How fast can the disciplinary hearings of police members be attended to? This is ...
  • Petitions: consideration 11 Mar 2020

    The Chairperson apologised for being late as there were no traffic lights in her area due to load-shedding. She apologised for there being no light or microphones and wanted the Committee to understand the position of the Deputy Minister of Police, Mr Cassel Mathale – if the Deputy Minister needed to ...
  • SAPS Quarter 1, 2 & 3 performance; Committee Report on Safe Festive Season 19 Feb 2020

    Ms M Molekwa (ANC) agreed with the Members that there had been progress compared to the previous report that the Committee had received. The only thing that needed to be stressed to the Department was that assessments on CPFs needed to be ensured. CPFs were also the most important stakeholders ...
  • DNA Board 2018/19 Annual Report 13 Nov 2019

    Ms M Molekwa (ANC) complained that the presentation is more concerned with challenges than solutions – and was mostly concerned about the tension between two entities. It was expected that, at the end, there would be recommendations from the DNA Board which would put temporary measures in place for the challenges ...
  • Delimitation of municipal wards in preparation of 2021 Municipal Elections: MDB briefing 12 Nov 2019

    Ms M Molekwa (ANC) asked to what extent the MDB had undertaken a process of participatory democracy, and how it determined that its objectives had been achieved. She asked this question because in certain municipalities, people were not advised that they had been taken from one ward to another until ...

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