Mr Nceba Ephraim Hinana

National Assembly

Formerly: Western Cape Provincial Legislature

Nceba Ephraim Hinana

About Nceba Ephraim Hinana

Former Whip for the Democratic Alliance in the Western Cape Provincial Legislature

2019 committee attendance as mp

100% attendance rate

Attended 16 meetings out of 16

2018 committee attendance as mp

92% attendance rate

Attended 12 meetings out of 13

  • Attendance records reflect Committee not Plenary Attendance
  • 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

  • Stats SA on current national and provincial rate of unemployment; Department audit outcomes: AGSA & FFC briefing 4 Sep 2019

    Mr N Hinana (DA) asked whether the statistics for unemployment rates included both South African and foreign nationals. Had a distinction been made between these groups, as this factor may influence the correct statistics of the employed people in South Africa? He referred to the lack of statistics in relation ...
  • AGSA Induction briefing; Department, CCMA, Nedlac, ProdSA & UIF Quarter 4 performance 28 Aug 2019

    Mr N Hinana (DA) stated that the Auditor-General is a Chapter Nine institution with the primary mandate of checking other entities’ finances. The report does not reflect specifically which municipalities or provinces the figures represent so a breakdown is required. How do adverse findings affect service delivery? What corrective measures ...
  • Department, Sheltered Employment Enterprises & Compensation Fund Quarterly performance 27 Aug 2019

    Mr N Hinana (DA) asked if the department did not set its targets too low, so that it was easily achievable. He referenced education where the pass mark was lowered to 30% so that it could be easy to pass, but it lowered standards.
  • Employment and Labour Budget: Committee Report 5 Jul 2019

    Mr N Hinana (DA) commented on observation 6.2. The Committee agreed that there were job opportunities available but that certain people did not have the necessary skills. That meant a mechanism needed to be designed to bridge the gap between job opportunities and the necessary skills for those jobs ...
  • Department of Labour 2019/20 Annual Performance Plan 3 Jul 2019

    Mr N Hinana (DA) said Thusong Centres remain inaccessible and are not providing sufficient trading and services. They are closed when people need them. Could the Department look at extending their opening hours? How many disabled people were employed in the Department and was there a target the Department sought ...

All Committee Appearances


  • Questions asked to the Minister of Public Enterprises 7 Jan 2020

    (1) With reference to his reply to question 241 on 19 August 2019, (a) what category of infrastructure are the pylons in (i) Kempton Park and (ii) Edenvale and (b) how often should these be inspected; (2) whether any pylons, during the last inspection in the above areas, were found ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Health 28 Nov 2019

    What number of public health facilities are made of asbestos?
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Employment and Labour 18 Nov 2019

    (1)Whether he has found that the proposed economic recovery plan of the Minister of Finance, Mr T T Mboweni, will support his department’s objective of creating employment opportunities in the Republic; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (2) whether his department has submitted ...

All Questions and Answers

Plenary appearances


    Madam Speaker, ministerial entourage, hon members and fellow South Africans, people have spoken about unemployment. I am going to speak about the people who are unemployed because the majority of people are looking up to this department as to what is it that they are going to do in order ...

All Plenary Appearances