Mr Mosimanegare Kenneth Mmoiemang

National Council of Provinces

Formerly: Northern Cape Provincial Legislature

Mosimanegare Kenneth Mmoiemang

About Mosimanegare Kenneth Mmoiemang

Mr Kenneth Mmoiemang is the current chairperson of the Select Committee on Transport, Public Service and Administration, Public Works and Infrastructure. He is also a member of the following committees Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence,Select Committee on Trade and Industry, Economic Development, Small Business Development, Tourism, Employment and Labour,and an alternate member of the Select Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Water and Sanitation and Human Settlements, and Select Committee on Security and Justice.

2020 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 7 meetings out of 7

2019 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 24 meetings out of 24

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  • Minister/Deputy Minister attendance is not compulsory.
  • MP attendance is compulsory unless an apology is given
  • MPs are recorded as absent whether they have, or have not submitted apologies.
  • This is not the official committee attendance record of Parliament.
  • Plenary Attendance is not made public by Parliament although it has been requested.

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Committee appearances

  • Construction Industry Development Board 2018/19 Annual Report 19 Feb 2020

    The Chairperson welcomed the Deputy Minister and the CIDB delegates. He said that the CIDB had to assist government to regulate the construction industry. It had to live up to expectations to transform the industry so as to make a meaningful contribution to people’s lives and the economy. He ...
  • National Minimum Wage Amendment Bill; Small Enterprises Finance Agency 2018/19 annual report 18 Feb 2020

    Mr M Mmoiemang (ANC, Northern Cape) said that the responsibility of the Committee is not to focus on the general matter of the amendment of the Bill, but to correct the human error of the subject matter of the Bill.
  • Public Service Commission 2018/19 Annual Report 12 Feb 2020

    The Chairperson noted it was the first meeting in the Sixth Parliament with the PSC. He explained that the Select Committee was biased towards the provinces as its Members were from the provincial legislatures, and also local government. It was important that the public service be professionalised, with capable management ...
  • National Minimum Wage Amendment Bill: consideration of submissions 11 Feb 2020

    Mr M Mmoiemang (ANC, Northern Cape) stated that the Western Cape Provincial Government should have raised the concerns that it had whilst the National Minimum Wage Act had been dealt with in the National Assembly. The Committee was limited in what it could do.
  • Department of Public Service and Administration 2018/19 Annual Report 5 Feb 2020

    The Chairperson noted that the meeting of the day should have happened in the previous year. He welcomed the delegation from the DPSA, and added that the Committee expected the Department to provide a focus on provincial departments. The NCOP was not a replica of the NA, hence Members would ...

All Committee Appearances


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Plenary appearances

  • FRIDAY, 6 DECEMBER 2019 6 Dec 2019

    Chair, Public Service and Administration has a crucial role to play in terms of repositioning the Public Service to be able to deliver on the Medium-Term Strategic Framework of the Fifth administration.

    In one of our ... [Inaudible.] ... with the Minister, the Minister indeed confirmed that there is a process that ...

  • FRIDAY, 6 DECEMBER 2019 6 Dec 2019

    Motlatsamodulasetilo ...


    There is nothing rhetorical about the phenomena of the labour growth beating employment that is creating unemployment. The fact that labour growth beat employment growth does not mean that the economy has not created jobs, but the inability of job creation to absorb the increasing growing labour force ...

All Plenary Appearances