Mr Nyiko Floyd Shivambu

National Assembly

Nyiko Floyd Shivambu

About Nyiko Floyd Shivambu

Mr Shivambu (born 1 January 1983) is the Deputy President and Chief Whip of the EFF. He was born in Malamulele, Limpopo.

Mr Shivambu graduated from Mphambo High School in Malamulele in 2001, and went on to study at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. He earned a Bachelor's degree as well as an Honours Degree in Political Studies and International Relations. Mr Shivambu went on to graduate with a Master's degree, with distinction, in political studies in 2014.In his third year at the University of the Witwatersrand, Mr Shivambu was elected president of the university's Student Representative Body and joined the ANC Youth League.

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Committee appearances

  • 2020 Revised Fiscal Framework: public hearings 1 Jul 2020

    Mr F Shivambu (EFF) said that an admission should be made broadly that public hearing submissions are mostly talk shops because they do not get to translated into anything that gets represented in the budget. None of the points made here, whether valid or not, will be elevated into concrete ...
  • 2020 Special Adjustments Budget: Minister of Finance briefing 25 Jun 2020

    Mr F Shivambu (EFF) asked for a clear plan on how Treasury intends to use domestic fiscal policy to realise growth. The presentation contains a repetition of orthodox economic theory that is irrelevant to what is happening now.
  • 2020 Special Adjustments Budget: Minister of Finance briefing 25 Jun 2020

    Mr F Shivambu (EFF) asked for a clear plan on how Treasury intends to use domestic fiscal policy to realise growth. The presentation contains a repetition of orthodox economic theory that is irrelevant to what is happening now.
  • Digital Economy and Taxation Policy: Parliamentary Budget Office briefing 9 Jun 2020

    Mr F Shivambu (EFF) said the discussions on the digital economy and tax collection should involve the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). This is because the types of goods and services being traded in the digital economy fall under certain regulatory aspects of the DTI. Since South Africa has ...
  • National Treasury & SARS Budget: Committee Report 19 May 2020

    Mr F Shivambu (EFF) insisted racial preferences should be implemented. The courts had already given judgment on that (in the tourism fund case). What the DA and Afriforum were saying was that Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBBE) policy and redress laws should not apply to assist small businesses. This opportunism ...

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Questions

  • Questions asked to the Minister of Public Enterprises 8 Jun 2020

    (1)What total amount have certain persons (names furnished) been paid since their appointment as business rescue practitioners for the SA Airways (SAA); (2) whether the specified business rescue practitioners benefited from the Development Bank of Southern Africa equity bridge loan facility to SAA; if so, (a) what amount did ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 12 May 2020

    Whether he intends to introduce legislation that will allow the National Treasury to deduct monies owed to Eskom by (a) municipalities and (b) government departments; if not, why not; if so, what is the envisaged date for introducing the specified legislation?
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 3 Dec 2019

    (1)Whether a certain person (name furnished) is an employee of a certain company (name furnished); if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) on what date was he employed, (b) was the position advertised and (c) on what date was the post advertised; (2) whether ...

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Plenary appearances

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