Mr Cuthbert serves as the DA’s Shadow Deputy Minister for Trade, Industry and Economic Development. Some of his achievements include being the youngest councillor in Ekhurhuleni. He holds a Bachelor of Political Science, a Post-graduate diploma in Business Administration at the Wits Business School, and is currently pursuing his Master of Management with a focus on economic policy at the Wits School of Governance. Read more here.
95% attendance rate
Attended 21 meetings out of 22
81% attendance rate
Attended 22 meetings out of 27
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Oversight Reports 10 Jun 2020
WEDNESDAY, 3 DECEMBER 2019 3 Dec 2019
House Chairperson, Minister you have just spoken about the steps being taken to broaden black-owned businesses in the panel beating business, but can you tell us what you have done with respect to the neo monopoly of Nzabanzaba Attorneys which continues to receive 70% of the Competition Commissions legal work ...
Hon Speaker, never did I think I will see the nationalist socialist party of Wakanda over there arguing in favour of free markets, but it seems that things happen everyday. The ratification of the African Continental Free Trade Area agreement, AfCFTA agreement, by 27 member states is a victory for ...