Ms Faith Mazibuko

Gauteng Provincial Legislature

Faith Mazibuko

About Faith Mazibuko

Ms Mazibuko is the current Member of the Executive Council (MEC) for Community Safety. She has been a Member of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature from 1996 to 2004 and currently from 2009. Mazibuko is a member of the African National Congress.

Born in the Charteston Location in Nigel, Mazibuko matriculated from Sekano-Ntoane Senior Secondary School. She enrolled for and obtained multiple degrees and qualifications from various universities. A member of the African National Congress, she was active in the party's youth league and served on multiple party structures. She became a member of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature in 1996.

In 2004, she was elected to the National Council of Provinces as a permanent delegate from Gauteng. Ms Mazibuko returned to the provincial legislature in 2009 and was appointed Member of the Executive Council (MEC) for Infrastructure Development. She became MEC for Community Safety in November 2010. After the 2014 elections, Ms Mazibuko was selected as the MEC for the expanded Agriculture, Environment, Rural Development and Social Development portfolio. In October 2015 Ms Mazibuko was moved to the Sports, Heritage, Arts and Culture portfolio. She appointed as Gauteng MEC for Community Safety in May 2019.

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Plenary appearances

  • Appropriation Bill (Policy Debate) 25 Jul 2014

    Chairperson, just quickly, the hon member Faber - Eh! Udle phansi - [he has left], the thing is, he is a "Bari" from Kimberly, "hy ken f*kol van Gauteng." [He knows nothing about Gauteng.] [Laughter.] Next time he's in Gauteng, there are other back roads he could use to get ...

  • Appropriation Bill (Policy Debate) 25 Jul 2014

    Chairperson, it is my pleasure to participate in the debate today of the Department of Transport. As we all know, it is one of the departments that is the backbone of ensuring that people are able to be moved from one corner of South Africa to the other, especially those ...

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