Ms Nontembeko Nothemba Boyce

Member of the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature

Nontembeko Nothemba Boyce

About Nontembeko Nothemba Boyce

Nontembeko Nothemba Boyce was born on 19 February 1976 at Mabofu Location in Flagstaff, Eastern Cape.

She currently serves as the Speaker of the Provincial Legislature. She served as the Chief Whip for the ANC in the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature. She is also the Chairperson of the KZN Standing Committee on Oversight.

From 2010-2014, she was the ANC KZN Legislature Caucus Manager. From 2009-2010 Boyce served as a Ugu Department of Education Youth Development Senior Specialist. From 2005-2009, she was the SADTU Lower South Coast Regional Secretary. Boyce received a teaching diploma from Mfundisweni College of Education in 1995 and a BTech in Education Management at the Pretoria Technikon in 1999.

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