Mr Moloko Stanford Armour Maila

Formerly: National Assembly

Moloko Stanford Armour Maila

About Moloko Stanford Armour Maila

What is your political background? How did you come to join your political party and become an MP? My politics began in 1980 at Kgarahara High School in Ga Polatla, Botlokwa, Ga-Machaka, Limpopo when we received a visit from someone who spoke about the idea of establishing a branch of the Congress of South African Students (COSAS) - I was elected a treasurer of that branch. Although COSAS centred on students issues when we converged at the then University of the North, because Limpopo was still Lebowakgomo Homeland, the plight of the black population was raised quite sharply. More...

2019 committee attendance as mp

78% attendance rate

Attended 14 meetings out of 18

2018 committee attendance as mp

97% attendance rate

Attended 71 meetings out of 73

2017 committee attendance as mp

86% attendance rate

Attended 69 meetings out of 80

2016 committee attendance as mp

70% attendance rate

Attended 46 meetings out of 66

2015 committee attendance as mp

73% attendance rate

Attended 45 meetings out of 62

2014 committee attendance as mp

(From the start of the Fifth Parliament)

66% attendance rate

Attended 27 meetings out of 41

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Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2018 [Source]

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business
Larmour 244 Trading Deregistered
Big Four Business Enterprise Deregistered
Makgato CPA Cooperative Limited Farming - No Business Activities

LAND AND PROPERTY

Description Extent Location
Residential 2 Bedroomed Ivy Park, Polokwane

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2016 [Source]

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business
Makgato Communal Property Association Cooperative Ltd Farming [No business activities recorded]
Lamour 244 Trading Trading in all aspects [Deregistered]
Big Four Business Enterprise Trading in all aspects [Deregistered]

LAND AND PROPERTY

Description Extent Location
Residential property 1 200sq.m. Ivy Park - Polokwane

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2015 [Source]

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business
Big Four Business Enterprise Deregistration process
Larmour 244 Trading AR Final deregistration
Makgato Communal Property Association Cooperative Ltd Founding member - no business activity in the year under review

LAND AND PROPERTY

Description Extent Location
Residential house 600sq.m. Ivy Park, Polokwane

Parliament Register of Members' Interests 2014 [Source]

PENSIONS

Source Public/Private
GEPF Public

DIRECTORSHIP AND PARTNERSHIPS

Directorship/Partnership Type of Business
Big Four Business Enterprise Trading in all aspects [being deregistered]
Lamour 244 Trading Trading in all aspects [Dormant]
Makgato Communal Property Association Cooperative Ltd Agricultural cooperative [currently not doing business]

LAND AND PROPERTY

Description Extent Location
Residential site 1 600sq.m. site ; House = 80sq.m. Ivy Park, Polokwane

Committee appearances

  • Reports and Minutes 20 Mar 2019

    Mr M Maila (ANC) chaired the meeting
  • Venezuela & Democratic Republic of Congo political developments: Department briefing 20 Mar 2019

    Mr M Maila (ANC) advised that the disaster needs to be acknowledged and as it is a natural occurrence, it is bound to happen again therefore in rebuilding Mozambique, there is a need to take cognizance of certain factors and the government should be assisted with the locating of people ...
  • Committee Report on 2016, 2017 & 2018 public submissions; Legacy Report 14 Mar 2019

    The Chairperson welcomed everyone and indicated that Members would consider three reports as tabled before the Committee. The reports would be put up for adoption during the next meeting when the Committee constitutes a quorum.
  • Section 25 of Constitution: input by experts 8 Mar 2019

    Mr M Maila (ANC) asked about each municipality allocating the 1 000 sqm stands. What about the fact that municipalities were not the same sizes and that land was not the same in KwaZulu-Natal and the Northern Cape?
  • Section 25 of Constitution: input by experts 8 Mar 2019

    Mr M Maila (ANC) appreciated the presentation but it was taking the Committee backwards. It would have been more relevant in the Constitutional Review Committee where they had had to decide whether to change the Constitution. The decision had already been taken to make a change. The Committee just had ...

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Plenary appearances

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