Mr Nicolaas Deetlefs Du Toit

Formerly: National Assembly

Nicolaas Deetlefs Du Toit

About Nicolaas Deetlefs Du Toit

Nicolaas Deetlefs Du Toit's plenary attendance record for Feb-Apr 2013 and 2012.

Mr Du Toit was born in Worcester. After completing matric in 1975 he went on the further his studies at the University of Stellenbosch where he obtained a BA degree in Political Science, Sociology, Geography and Economics and later obtained an Honours degree in Business Administration from the same university. Before his entry in to politics, Mr Du Toit worked in a range of sectors including agriculture, poultry processing clothing manufacturing amongst others. He joined the DP in 2000 and was elected as a councillor for the DA in 2000. Since then Mr Du Toit was elected as the DA Caucus leader in the Drakenstein Municipality in 2007 and got elected to Parliament in 2009 where he executed duties on the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA). He is currently appointed as the Shadow Deputy Minister of Public Service and Administration. Source: DA (http://www.da.org.za).

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Mr D du Toit (DA) thanked Ms Whitaker for her contribution and said that in her submission she had referred ...

Mr D Du Toit (DA) said that as he had read the public submissions, he was aware that the Western ...

Mr D du Toit (DA) stated that he understood the moral and practical standpoint of the Bill. However, he questioned ...

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(1) What amount has (a) his department and (b) each of the entities reporting to him spent on advertisements placed ...

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(1) What amount has (a) his department and (b) each of the entities reporting to him spent on advertisements placed ...

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22 May 2013

Thank you, Chairperson. When the sun came out in the short span of one day the Republic became a banana republic. But are we really a republic, except in name? ...

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22 May 2013

Certainly. What this country needs is leadership unblemished by any rumours, skeletons in the closet or present and past scandals, supported by individuals of the same calibre and a change ...

Declaration of interests

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Description Extent Location

Dwelling

412sq.m.

Paarl

Nominal Value No Name of Company Nature

R40 000 approx

6 090

Capevin Holdings Limited

Ordinary

Source Description

Capevin

Dividends paid out by shares

Description Extent Location

Dwelling

412sq.m.

Paarl

Nominal Value No Name of Company Nature

R8 per share

6 090

Capevin Holdings Limited

Shares

Description Extent Location

Free standing dwelling

412sq.m.

Paarl

Source Public/Private

Parliamentary Pension

Public

Nominal Value Name of Company Nature

+- R30 000

KWV

Ordinary

Description Extent Location

Dwelling

412sq.m. [area]

Paarl

Private Dwelling

412sq.m.

Paarl