Mr Mncedisi Nontsele

National Assembly

Mncedisi Nontsele

About Mncedisi Nontsele

2021 committee attendance as mp

65% attendance rate

Attended 13 meetings out of 20

2020 committee attendance as mp

70% attendance rate

Attended 32 meetings out of 46

2019 committee attendance as mp

94% attendance rate

Attended 15 meetings out of 16

Attendance Methodology

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Committee appearances

  • Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Amendment (COIDA) Bill: public hearings day 4 28 Apr 2021

    Mr M Nontsele (ANC) referred to the rationale that introduced clause 43(4), the submissions suggested that there was a preoccupation with fraud and corruption. To what extent was HASA committed to getting rid of fraud and corruption? HASA suggested that the essence of the clause was solely about that – ...
  • Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Amendment (COIDA) Bill: public hearings day 3 22 Apr 2021

    Mr M Nontsele (ANC) asked if CompSol had reported the CompEasy challenges to the DEL.
  • Employment Equity Amendment Bill: public hearings day 3 15 Apr 2021

    Mr M Nontsele (ANC) said that the intent of the amendments to section 15 was to enable the Minister to help a sector achieve specific employment equity targets. He also asked about Agri SA’s own investment into skills development in the sector. He asked whether the benefits of the recent ...
  • Oversight Committee Report 17 Mar 2021

    Mr M Nontsele (ANC) thanked the delegation that went on the plant visit. This visit was necessary because it is the responsibility of the Committee to do appropriate oversight visits and support the Department and its leadership, the Minister and Deputy Minister. The sense so far after looking at the ...
  • SIU on investigations & findings against UIF 16 Feb 2021

    Mr M Nontsele (ANC) greeted everyone and thanked the SIU for its presentation. He said while he understood that the findings at this stage were based on “work in progress”, there was no logic in prosecuting individuals that embezzled less than R1 million yet leaving those that took about R6 ...

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Plenary appearances


    ... in particular, we also want to note that at the heart of the presidential commitment during the Sona was the commitment to grow the economy and to provide the jobs. That commitment flows from our understanding and acceptance of the Freedom Charter 64years ago, wherein we made a commitment ...


    Chairperson, hon Minister and Deputy Minister, hon Members of Parliament, director-general and management team, ladies and gentlemen good day, this budget represents a movement forward with regard to the milestones that have been outlined in the state of the nation address, Sona, by the President, His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa.

    It ...

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