Ms Motlalepula Ziphora Rosho

Member of the North West Provincial Legislature

Motlalepula Ziphora Rosho

About Motlalepula Ziphora Rosho

Ms Motlalepula Z Rosho is the current MEC for Finance in the North West province.

She previously served as a public representative in the following positions at the North West Provincial Legislature:

  • Acting Premier of the North West Provincial Legislature

  • Member of Executive Council on Local Government and Human Settlement (NWPG): 2018 December to 2019 May

  • Chairperson of Portfolio Committee: Local Government and Human Settlement: 2015-2018 November

  • Chairperson of Portfolio on Finance, Economy & Enterprise Development 2014- May to 2015

  • Member of the Executive Council on Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism: 2012 may to 2014

  • Deputy speaker of the north west legislature: 2010-2012

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Ms Motlalepula Rosho (ANC),Chairperson: Local Government & Human Settlements, North West Province, said that it had been one the Committee’s ...

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