Alfred Tseki

National Assembly

Formerly: Gauteng Provincial Legislature

Alfred Tseki

About Alfred Tseki

2019 committee attendance as mp

94% attendance rate

Attended 16 meetings out of 17

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Committee appearances

  • Municipal Water Debt solutions; with Deputy Ministers 5 Nov 2019

    Mr M Tseki (ANC) said there is not much change in the consolidated presentation from what was presented in the separate presentations last week. The approach of dealing with certain matters is still problematic. Given that this is about debt, the Committee would like accuracy. Can the Committee be briefed ...
  • Human Settlements, Water & Sanitation BRRR 25 Oct 2019

    Mr M Tseki (ANC) said the recommendations are in line with the observations of the Committee and what is needed is the implementation of these recommendations by the Department, and the Committee will exercise its oversight role in this.
  • Department of Water and Sanitation on outstanding debt owed to entities 22 Oct 2019

    Mr M Tseki (ANC) said that the debt was so high that recovery of these funds was unlikely. If the top slicing of municipal grants took place, there should be a portion of this money allocated to the indebted entities. He was in favour of court cases, or judicial processes ...
  • HDA & SHRA 2018/19 Annual Reports 15 Oct 2019

    Mr M Tseki (ANC) observed that the ills of society were a result of adults failing to guide the young ones. HDA was reporting wrongs to the Committee because there has been no oversight from the Department. This could well reflect negatively on the Committee. The Committee should devise a ...
  • NHBRC, EAAB, CSOS 2018/19 Annual Reports 11 Oct 2019

    Mr M Tseki (ANC) said the Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) dealt with issues that included Section 21, owners of properties, the Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) dealt with estate agents, and the NHBRC dealt with builders and construction companies. The CSOS or NHBRC could, for example, experience a problem ...

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