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

  • DTI on impact of land expropriation without compensation on international law and treaties to which South Africa is a signatory 27 Nov 2019

    Mr F Shivambu (EFF) said that the Chairperson was creating a dialogue between him and the presenter. As the presiding officer, the Chairperson had to allow the presenter to present and he had to ask the Members to ask questions. The Chairperson could intervene later. It could not be that ...
  • Themes from Land Dialogue on section 25 of the Constitution Amendment: deliberations 13 Nov 2019

    Mr F Shivambu (EFF) pointed out that the state is already the custodian of all minerals and water, which means that anyone who intended to harvest water had to be granted permission from the state upon having met certain criteria. When it was decided that the state would be the ...
  • Constitutional Dialogue on Land Ownership 6 Nov 2019

    Mr N Shivambu (EFF) said that Mr Motshekga gave a ‘lop-sided reading of history’. Many objectionable things had been said, especially trying to exonerate the Boers for the brutality of apartheid. It was a wrong foundation upon which to start the discussion. He was interested in what the programme was ...
  • Committee discussion on process and programme 11 Sep 2019

    Mr F Shivambu (EFF) mentioned that the coordination of the meeting should have been better, and that the meeting’s agenda needed to be dealt with upfront so that the Committee is updated on a thorough process, qualitatively. He acknowledged the proposed Workshop of Experts and mentioned that the mandate ...
  • South African Reserve Bank & Prudential Authority on 2018/19 Annual Reports 11 Sep 2019

    Mr F Shivambu (EFF) asked about the exact amount transferred to the national revenue fund from the SARB’s profits. Were profits generated by the African Bank also transferred to government? He wanted to know about the percentage of black and white suppliers within the bank’s procurement space. He ...

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Questions

  • 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 ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 4 Nov 2019

    Whether the SA Revenue Service (SARS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the State Security Agency (SSA) whereby the SSA would pay a portion of tax owed on source payments; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) who from SARS signed the MoU and ...
  • Questions asked to the Minister of Finance 4 Nov 2019

    With reference to the statement by the Commissioner of the SA Revenue Service (SARS), Mr E Kieswetter, in a meeting of the Standing Committee on Finance held on 17 September 2019, wherein he said that SARS had 4 000 recording devices in offices around the country, what is the total ...

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Plenary appearances

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